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funsZ'k (1&8) % fuEu iz'uksa esa ls izR;sd esa fn, fodYiksa
funsZ'k ls
(19-21): fn, x, fodYiksa esa ls foyqIr la[;k pqfu,A
lEcfU/r v{kj@'kCn@la[;k dks pqfu, A 19.
8 7 9
1. Vsyhfotu : VsyhdkLV : : jsfM;ks
:? 8 7 6
(A) izlkj.k (B) lekpkj 88 77 ?
(C) laxhr (D) ukVd 5632 3773 3132
2. fnol : jkf=k: : xks/wfyCksyk :? (A) 66 (B) 87
(A) izkr%dky (B) e;dky (C) 58 (D) 76
(C) lk;adky (D) mQ"kkdky 20. 28 35 32
7 5 8
3. eq[k: vfHkO;fDr : : laxhr: ?
4 3 ?
(A) ofu (B) uksV 8 10 9
(C) /qu (D) ;a=k (A) 3 (B) 5
4. xq#Ro : d"kZ: : pqEcdRo :? (C) 6 (D) 7
(A) i`Foh (B) fod"kZ.k 21. 7 1 14
(C) vkd"kZ.k (D) pUnzek 8 ? 10
5. 8 : 215 : : 6 : ? 9 10 16
(A) 192 (B) 128 6 10 8
(C) 612 (D) 576 (A) 10 (B) 11
6. 6 : 20 : : 5 : ? (C) 19 (D) 8
(A) 18 (B) 17 j?kq rFkk ckcw tqM+ok gSA ckcw dh cgu jhek gSA jhe
22.
(C) 19 (D) 21
7. 3, 1, 2, 2 : 9, 1, 4, 4 : : 0, 2, 3, 3 : ?
jktu gSA j?kq dh ek y{eh gSA y{eh dk ifr] jkts'k gSA
(A) 1, 4, 6, 6 (B) 1, 4, 9, 9 rnuqlkj jkts'k dk jktu ls D;k fj'rk?gS
(C) 0, 4, 6, 6 (D) 0, 4, 9 ,9 (A) pkpk (B) nkekn
8. 115 : 13225 : : 165 : ? (C) llqj (D) ppsjk HkkbZ
(A) 27275 (B) 24025 23. K, B ls T;knk lqUnjB, gSA
Y ds leku lqanj ughaJ,gSA
B
(C) 24075 (D) 27225 ;k Y ds leku lqanj ugha gSA rnuqlkj] lqanjrk dh dksfV e
funsZ'k (9&17)% fn;s x, fodYiksa esa ls fo"ke 'kCn@v{kjksa@
lcls fupys Lrj ij dkSu gS \
la[;k dks pqfu, A (A) Y (B) K
9. (A) fLV;fjax ifg;k (B) bUtu (C) B (D) J
(C) dkj (D) Vk;j 24. ;fn pwgs dks dqkk dgk tk,] dqks dks gkFkh] gkFkh d
10. (A) psUubZ (B) eqEcbZ 'ksj dks lki rFkk lki dks mQWV dgk tk,] rks ikyrq i'kq dk
(C) fnYyh (D) fo'kk[kkikue gS \
11. (A) URT (B) GDF (A) pwgk (B) dqkk
(C) PLN (D) NKM (C) gkFkh (D) 'ksj
12. (A) JKL (B) FGI
25. mkj fodYiksa esa pkj la[;k leqPp; fn;s x;s gS] buesa ls m
(C) MPR (D) TUW
13. (A) fxVkj (B) ok;fyu la[;k leqPp; dks igpkus tks iz'u esa fn;s leqPp; ls esy
(C) cklqjh (D) oh.kk [kkrk gSA fn;k x;k leqPp;: (7, 21, 35)
14. 6, 13, 18, 25, 30, 37, 40 (A) (5, 15, 45) (B) (8, 24, 40)
(C) (9, 27, 45) (D) (6, 18, 42)
(A) 25 (B) 30
(C) 37 (D) 40 26. fn, x, lehdj.k dks lUrqfyr djus rFkk
* fpUgkssa ds LFkku
15. (A) est (B) dqlhZ ij izfrLFkkfir djus ds fy, xf.krh; fpUgksa dk lgh e
(C) csap (D) dicksMZ lewg pqfu,
16. (A) xksYiQ (B) fdsV 16 * 4 * 2 * 3 * 22
(A) + = (B) =
(C) gkWdh (D) dSje (C) + = (D) + =
17. (A) 37 (B) 43 27. ;fn '' fpds fy, '' gks
, '+' fpds fy, '', '' fpds fy,
(C) 51 (D) 60
'' vkSj'' fp ds fy, '+' gks] rks fuEu esa ls dkSu lk
18. fn, x, fodYiksa esa ls og lgh fodYi pqfu, tks vuqe
dks iwjk djsxk& lehdj.k lgh gS?
(A) 49 + 7 3 5 8 = 20
2, 3, 10, 15, 26, ? , 50, 63 (B) 49 7 + 3 5 8 = 24
(A) 37 (B) 35 (C) 49 7 + 3 5 8 = 16
(C) 39 (D) 41 (D) 49 7 3 + 5 8 = 26
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Part - I (General Intelligence)


Directions (18) : In each of the following Directions (19-21): Select the missing number
questions, select the related letter/word/ from the given responses.
number from the given alternatives. 19.
1. Television : Telecast : : Radio : ? 8 7 9
(A) Broadcast (B) News 8 7 6
(C) Music (D) Play 88 77 ?
5632 3773 3132
2. Day : Night : : Dusk : ?
(A) Morning (B) Afternoon (A) 66 (B) 87
(C) Evening (D) Dawn (C) 58 (D) 76
20. 28 35 32
3. Mouth : Articulation : : Music : ? 7 5 8
(A) Sound (B) Note 4 3 ?
(C) Tune (D) Instrument 8 10 9
4. Gravity : Pull : : Magnetism : ? (A) 3 (B) 5
(A) Earth (B) Repulsion (C) 6 (D) 7
(C) Attraction (D) Moon 21. 7 1 14
5. 8 : 215 : : 6 : ? 8 ? 10
(A) 192 (B) 128 9 10 16
(C) 612 (D) 576 6 10 8
6. 6 : 20 : : 5 : ? (A) 10 (B) 11
(A) 18 (B) 17 (C) 19 (D) 8
(C) 19 (D) 21 22. Raghu and Babu are twins. Rima is Babu's
7. 3, 1, 2, 2 : 9, 1, 4, 4 : : 0, 2, 3, 3 : ? sister. Rajan is Rima's husband. Laxmi is
(A) 1, 4, 6, 6 (B) 1, 4, 9, 9 Raghu's mother. Rajesh is Laxmi's husband.
(C) 0, 4, 6, 6 (D) 0, 4, 9 ,9 What is Rajesh in relation to Rajan.
8. 115 : 13225 : : 165 : ? (A) Uncle (B) Son-in-law
(A) 27275 (B) 24025 (C) Father-in-law (D) Cousin
(C) 24075 (D) 27225 23. K is more beautiful than B. B is not as
Directions (917) : Find the odd number/ beautiful as Y. J is not beautiful like B or Y.
letters/ number from the given alternatives. Then who is at bottom of the series of beauty?
9. (A) Stearing wheel (B) Engine (A) Y (B) K
(C) Car (D) Tyre (C) B (D) J
10. (A) Chennai (B) Mumbai 24. If Rat is called Dog. Dog is called Elephant.
(C) Delhi (D) Vishakhapatnam Elephant is called Lion, Lion is called Snake
and Snake is called Camel, then which is
11. (A) URT (B) GDF
a pet animal ?
(C) PLN (D) NKM
(A) Rat (B) Dog
12. (A) JKL (B) FGI (C) Elephant (D) Lion
(C) MPR (D) TUW 25. From the set of numbers given in the four
13. (A) Guitar (B) Violin alternatives choose one which is the most
(C) Flute (D) Veena likely to the given set ? Given set : (7, 21, 35)
14. 6, 13, 18, 25, 30, 37, 40 (A) (5, 15, 45) (B) (8, 24, 40)
(A) 25 (B) 30 (C) (9, 27, 45) (D) (6, 18, 42)
(C) 37 (D) 40 26. In the following equation, select the correct
15. (A) Desk (B) Chair combination of mathematical signs to
(C) Bench (D) Cupboard replace * signs to balance the equation.
16 * 4 * 2 * 3 * 22
16. (A) Golf (B) Cricket
(A) + = (B) =
(C) Hockey (D) Carrom
(C) + = (D) + =
17. (A) 37 (B) 43 27. If '' stands for '', '' stands for '+', '' stands
(C) 51 (D) 60 for '' and '+' stands for '', then which of
18. Choose the correct alternative from given the following statements is correct ?
ones that will complete the series (A) 49 + 7 3 5 8 = 20
2, 3, 10, 15, 26, ? , 50, 63 (B) 49 7 + 3 5 8 = 24
(A) 37 (B) 35 (C) 49 7 + 3 5 8 = 16
(C) 39 (D) 41 (D) 49 7 3 + 5 8 = 26
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28. fuEufyf[kr fodYiksa esa ls og 'kCn pqfu, tks fn, 36.
x, 'kCn
xIiq iwoZ lss if'pe fn'kk
8 fdeh
esa dh ;k=kk djrk gSA mlds
ds v{kjksa dk iz;ksx djds ugha cuk;k tk
: ldrk ckn nk, ?kwedj
2 fdeh dh ;k=kk djrk gSA iqu% nk, ?kwedj
'ANNIVERSARY' 5 fdeh dh ;k=kk djrk gSA var esa og vius vkjafHkd fcUn
(A) SAVE (B) VIEW ls fdl fn'kk esa gS \
(C) YARN (D) VERY
(A) nf{k.k&iwoZ (B) mkj&if'pe
29. ;fn DREAM dks dwV Hkk"kk esa
239222614 fy[kk tk,
(C) if'pe (D) mkj
vkSjTRY dks792, rksSKY dks dwV Hkk"kk esa fdl izdkj
37. bl vkfr esa fdrus o`k ? gS
fy[kk tk,xk?
(A) 8143 (B) 8162
(C) 181223 (D) 122318
30. ;fn MADRAS dksDAMSAR fy[kk tk,] rks mlh dwV
Hkk"kk esa
MUMBAI dks D;k fy[kk tk,xk \ (A) 21 (B) 19
(A) BAIUMM (B) MUMIAB (C) 18 (D) 17
(C) IABMUM (D) MBIAUM 38. cPpkas dh ,d iafDr Aesa]ck, ls uosa LFkku ij gS vkSj
31. P vkSjQ HkkbZRgSaA
vkSjS cgu gSaAP dk iq=kS dk HkkbZ B nk, ls ikpos LFkku ij gSA A rFkk
;fnB vius LFkkuksa
gSAQ vkSjR esa D;k fj'rk ?gS dh vnyk&cnyh dj ysa]Arks ck, ls18osa LFkku ij gks
(A) pkpk (B) HkkbZ tk,xkA rnuqlkjB nk, ls fdl LFkku ij gksxk
?
(C) firk (D) nknk (A) 9ok (B) 5ok
32. ;fn C = 4 vkSjPOLISH = 85 gks] rksPOINTER = ? (C) 18ok (D) 14ok
(A) 102 (B) 103
39. ,d cl Mhiks ls psUUbZ ds fy, izR;sd
30 feuV ckn ,d cl
(C) 104 (D) 105
funsZ'k
(33 34) : uhps fn, x, izR;sd iz'u esa dFku vkSj
fudyrh gSA ,d iwNrkN&deZpkjh us ,d ;k=kh dks crk;k fd
psUubZ dh10
mlds pkj@ nks fu"d"kZ fn, x, gSaA vkidks fn, x, dFkuksa dks cl feuV igys tk pqdh gS vkSj vxyh cl
10:30 cts izkr% tk,xhA rnuqlkj] tc ml iwNrkN&deZpkjh
lR; ekuuk gS] Hkys gh os loZKkr rF;ksa ls fHkUu gksaA vkidks r;
djuk gS fd dkSu&lk fu"d"kZ fn, x, dFkuksa dk rdZlaxr :i us ;g lwpuk nh] rks le; D;k Fkk \
(A) 10:20 izkr% (B) 10:10 izkr%
ls vuqlj.k djrk gS \ viuk mkj fpfr djsaA
(C) 10 izkr% (D) 9:50 izkr%
33. dFku:
1. lHkh eksj 'ksj gSA 40.
2. dksbZ 'ksj ck?k ugha gSaA fdsV Vsful
16 f[kykM+h
fu"d"kZ : f[kykM+h
I. lHkh eksj ck?k gSA 25 22

II. lHkh 'ksj eksj gSA mu Nk=kksa dh la[;k fdruh gS tks fdsV ? [ksyrs gSa
III. dksbZ 'ksj eksj ugha gaSA (A) 25 (B) 18
IV. dksbZ eksj ck?k ugha gaSA (C) 9 (D) 41
(A) dsoy fu"d"kZ I Bhd gSA 41. fuEufyf[kr 'kCnksa dks 'kCndks'k esa fn, x, e ds vuqlkj
(B) dsoy fu"d"kZ II Bhd gSA fy[ksa
(C) dsoy fu"d"kZ III Bhd gSA 1. Genuine 2. Genesis
(D) dsoy fu"d"kZ IV Bhd gSA 3. Gender 4. Gentle
5. General
34. dFku% lw;Z izdk'k dk lzksr gSA (A) 3, 5, 4, 2, 1 (B) 1, 5, 4, 3, 2
fu"d"kZ% (C) 3, 5, 2, 4, 1 (D) 2, 5, 3, 1, 4
(I) panzek izdk'k dk lzksr ugha gSA 42. fodYiksa esa nh xbZ dkSu lh vkfr nh xbZ iz'u vkfr dk
(II) izdk'k dk dsoy ,d lzksr gSA lgh niZ.k izfrfcEc?gS
(A) dsoy fu"d"kZ (I) vuqlj.k djrk gSA iz'u vkfr %
(B) dsoy fu"d"kZ (II) vuqlj.k djrk gSA A
(C) dsoy fu"d"kZ (I) vkSj fu"d"kZ
(II) nksuksa vuqlj.k djrs gSA
(D) u rks fu"d"kZ
(I) vkSj u gh fu"d"kZ
(II) vuqlj.k djrk gSA
35. fodYiksa esa nh xbZ dkSu lh vkfr nh xbZ iz'u vkfr dk
B
lgh niZ.k izfrfcEc gS \ mkj vkfr;k :
M
MISSION
N
(A) (B)
(C) (D) (A) (B) (C) (D)

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28. From the given alternative words, select the 36. Gappu starts a journey by moving 8 kms
one which cannot be formed using the from East to West. Then he takes a right
letters of the given word: turn and travels 2 kms. Again he turns right
'ANNIVERSARY' and travels 5 kms. Now finally in which
(A) SAVE (B) VIEW direction is he from the initial point ?
(C) YARN (D) VERY (A) South-East (B) North-West
29. If DREAM is written as 239222614 and TRY (C) West (D) North
is written as 792, then how SKY can be 37. How many circles are there in this figure ?
written in that code?
(A) 8143 (B) 8162
(C) 181223 (D) 122318
30. If MADRAS is written as DAMSAR, how
MUMBAI can be written in that code ? (A) 21 (B) 19
(A) BAIUMM (B) MUMIAB (C) 18 (D) 17
(C) IABMUM (D) MBIAUM 38. In a row of children, A is ninth from the left
31. P and Q are brothers. R and S are sisters. and B is 5th from the right. If A and B
The son of P is brother of S. What is the interchange their positions, then A will be
relation between Q and R. 18th from the left. Then find the position of
(A) Uncle (B) Brother B from right ?
(C) Father (D) Grandfather (A) 9th (B) 5th
32. If C = 4 and POLISH = 85, then find the (C) 18th (D) 14th
value of POINTER. 39. A bus leaves for Chennai after every 30
(A) 102 (B) 103 minutes from a Bus Depot. An enquiry staff
(C) 104 (D) 105 tells a passenger that bus for Chennai has
Directions (3334) : In each question statement left 10 minutes earlier and next bus is at
is given and is followed by four/ two conclusions. 10: 30 am in the morning. Then what was
You have to consider the statement to be true, the time when the enquiry staff has given
even if it seems to be at variance from the information ?
commonly known facts. You have to decide (A) 10:20 am (B) 10:10 am
which of the given conclusion can definitely (C) 10 am (D) 9:50 am
be drawn from the given statement. Indicate
your answer. 40.
Cricket Tennis
33. Statement : Players 16 Players
1. All peacocks are lions. 25 22
2. No lion is tiger.
Conclusion : Find the number of students who play
I. All peacocks are tigers.
cricket ?
II. All lions are peacocks.
(A) 25 (B) 18
III. No lion is peacock. (C) 9 (D) 41
IV. No peacock is tiger. 41. Arrange the following words as per their
(A) Only conslusion I is correct order in the dictionary.
(B) Only conslusion II is correct 1. Genuine 2. Genesis
(C) Only conslusion III is correct 3. Gender 4. Gentle
(D) Only conslusion IV is correct 5. General
34. Statement: (A) 3, 5, 4, 2, 1 (B) 1, 5, 4, 3, 2
The Sun is the source of light. (C) 3, 5, 2, 4, 1 (D) 2, 5, 3, 1, 4
Conclusions: 42. Which of the following figure is the correct
(I) The Moon is not the source of light mirror image of the given figure ?
(II) Light has only one source. Question figure:
(A) Only conclusion (I) follows A
(B) Only conclusion (II) follows
(C) Both conclusions (I) and (II) follow
(D) Neither conclusion (I) nor (II) follows
35. Which of the following figure is the correct B
mirror image of the given figure ? Answer figures:
M
MISSION
N
(A) (B)
(C) (D)
(A) (B) (C) (D)
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43. P, Q, R vkSjS pkj ekxr eghus gSa ftlesa
P vkSjS, 30 47. fdl mkj vkfr esa iz'u vkfr lfUufgr gS \
fnu ds gSaA
S dkSu lk eghuk?gS iz'u vkfr %
(A) vizSy (B) twu
(C) flrEcj (D) uoEcj
44. uhps iz'u vkfr;ksa esa fn[kk, vuqlkj dkxt dks eksM+dj
dkVus rFkk [kksyus ds ckn og fdl mkj vkfr tSlk fn[kkbZ
nsxk \ mkj vkfr;k
:
iz'u vkd`fr;k %

(A) (B) (C) (D)


mkj vkd`fr;k % funsZ'k
(48-49): v{kjksa dk dkSu lk lewg fjDr LFkkuksa esa
eokj j[kus ij nh x;h v{kj J`a[kyk dks iwjk djsxk
?
48. 2, 3, __, 7, 11, __, __, 19, __
(A) 5, 15, 17, 21 (B) 5, 13, 17, 21
(C) 5, 13, 17, 23 (D) 5, 15, 17, 23
49. __ EIOU__IOUA__OUAE__ UAEI__AEIO
(A) (B) (C) (D) (A) AOIEU (B) AEIOU
45. mkj vkfr esa ls dkSu lh vkfr iz'u vkfr dks iwjk
(C) AIEOU (D) AUEOI
djsxh? 50. ,d 'kCn dsoy ,d la[;k&lewg }kjk n'kkZ;k x;k gS] tSlk
iz'u vkfr % fd fodYiksa esa ls fdlh ,d esa fn;k x;k gSA fodYiksa esa fn
x, la[;k&lewg v{kjksa ds nks vkO;wgksa }kjk n'kkZ, x, gS
fd uhps fn, x, nks vkO;wgkas esa-IgSA ds LraHk
vkO;wg vkSj
iafDr dh la[;k0 ls4 nh xbZ gSa vkSj-IIvkO;gw
dh 5 ls 9 Abu
vkO;wgksa ls ,d v{kj dks igys mldh iafDr vkSj ckn esa Lra
mkj vkfr;k
: la[;k }kjk n'kkZ;k tk ldrk gSA mnkgj.k 'A'ds
dks
fy,
24,
33 vkfn }kjk n'kkZ;k tk ldrk gS 'D'rFkk
dks56, 69 vkfn
}kjk n'kkZ;k tk ldrkfn, gSAx, 'kCn 'BEAD' ds fy,
la[;k lewg igpkfu,:
vkO;wg-I vkO;wg - II
(A) (B) (C) (D)
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
46. uhps vkfr;ksa dk vuqe fn;k x;k gS] ftls lewg esa0 I E A O U 5 F D B T C
oxhZr fd;k tk ldrk gSA ml fodYi dks pqfu,] ftlesa 1 A O U I E 6 B G H K H
vkfr;ksa dks lewgc fd;k tk ldrk gSA 2 E I O U A 7 D F G B D
3 O U E A I 8 G H D C B
4 U A I E O 9 C B F S D
(A) 97, 32, 14, 56 (B) 88, 41, 20, 57
(C) 57, 32, 41, 87 (D) 75, 14, 20, 57
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)

(6) (7) (8) (9)


(A) 3, 5, 2; 1, 4, 6; 7, 8, 9
(B) 3, 4, 1; 5, 7, 9; 2, 8, 6
(C) 1, 4, 9; 3, 6, 8; 2, 5, 7
(D) 8, 5, 4; 3, 2, 1; 7, 6, 9

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43. P, Q, R and S are four consecutive months 47. In which answer figure the question figure
in which P and S are of 30 days. Which is embedded ?
month is S ? Question figure :
(A) April (B) June
(C) September (D) November
44. A piece of paper is folded and cut as shown
below in the question figures. From the
given answer figures, indicate how it will
appear when opened ? Answer figures :
Question figures :

(A) (B) (C) (D)


Answer figures : Directions (48-49): Which one set of letters
when sequentially placed at the gaps in the
given series shall complete it ?
48. 2, 3,__, 7, 11,__, __, 19, __
(A) 5, 15, 17, 21 (B) 5, 13, 17, 21
(C) 5, 13, 17, 23 (D) 5, 15, 17, 23
(A) (B) (C) (D) 49. __ EIOU__IOUA__OUAE__ UAEI__AEIO
45. Complete the given figure by choosing the (A) AOIEU (B) AEIOU
correct alternatives from the answer figures. (C) AIEOU (D) AUEOI
Question figure: 50. One word has been shown through one
number-set, as given in one of the options.
Number-set given in the options have been
shown through two categories of characters,
as given in the two matrices below. Rows
and columns of Matrix-I have been
Answer figures: numbered from 0 to 4 and that of Matrix-II
from 5 to 9. Through these matrices, each
character can be first represented by its row
and then its column. For example, 'A' can
be represented as 24,33 etc. and 'D'can be
represented as 56, 69 etc. Recognize the
(A) (B) (C) (D) number-set for the given word:
46. The sequence of the figure has given below 'BEAD'
that can be classified in group. Choose that
MATRIX-I MATRIX-II
option which can be grouped.
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
0 I E A O U 5 F D B T C
1 A O U I E 6 B G H K H
2 E I O U A 7 DF G B D
3 O U E A I 8 G H D C B
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) 4 U A I E O 9 C B F S D

(A) 97, 32, 14, 56 (B) 88, 41, 20, 57


(C) 57, 32, 41, 87 (D) 75, 14, 20, 57
(6) (7) (8) (9)
(A) 3, 5, 2; 1, 4, 6; 7, 8, 9
(B) 3, 4, 1; 5, 7, 9; 2, 8, 6
(C) 1, 4, 9; 3, 6, 8; 2, 5, 7
(D) 8, 5, 4; 3, 2, 1; 7, 6, 9

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&(ek=kkRed vfHk{kerk
)
51. uhps fn;s x;s fodYiksa esa5ls
71
dkSu
+ 572 + 573 dks iw.kZr%
61. Hkkx ds 'u esa Hkktd] HkkxiQy
4 xqukdkrFkk 'ks"kiQy dk
foHkDr djrk gS & nqxquk gSA a vkSj
;fn b e'k% Hkktd rFkk HkkT; gSa rks
(A) 150 (B) 160
(C) 155 (D) 30 4b a 4b 2a
(A) =3 (B)
52. 5 la[;kvksa dk y- l-27720 ,oa
e- l- 4 gS] rks bu a a2
la[;kvksa dk xq.kuiQy D;k gksxk\ a (a 2)
(A) 7096520 (B) 7096320 (C) (a + 1)2 = 4b (D) =4
b
(C) 7086420 (D) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
53. tc 2 dks10 ls Hkkx fn;k tkrk gS] rks 'ks"kiQy
33
gksxk 62.
\ D;k 12 iq#"k ;k
18 efgyk, iQly dks
14 fnuksa esa dkV ldrs
(A) 1 (B) 2 gSaA
8 iq#"k rFkk
16 efgyk, fdrus fnuksa esa iQly dkV
(C) 5 (D) 0 ik,sxsa\
54. nks la[;kvksa dk y- l- vkSj e- l-27 gSA ;fn igyh
2079 (A) 14 (B) 9
la[;k 189 gS] rks nwljh la[;k D;k gksxh\ (C) 10 (D) 12
(A) 293 (B) 297 63. ,d lkj.khdkj fdlh ijh{kk ds
200 Nk=kksa dk vkSlr vad
(C) 243 (D) buesa ls dksbZ ugha Kkr djrs le; xyrh ls 64 dh txg 46 vad fy[k fn;k
55. ` 14 esa5 dh nj ls uhacw cspus ij O;fDr
40%dksdk ykHk rFkk mudk vkSlr vad 57 kIr gqvkA mu Nk=kksa dk lgh
gksrk gS] rks mlus fdrus #i;s esa ,d ntZu uhacw [kjhns Fks\vad Kkr djsa&
vkSlr
(A) ` 20 (B) ` 21
(C) ` 24 (D) ` 28 (A) 57.91 (B) 56.91
(C) 57.09 (D) 57.81
56. 18 xzke vkSj12 xzke otu dh nks izdkj ds lksus dh 'kqrk
64. A dksbZ dke ` 3500 yxkdj 'kq: djrk gS] mlds
e'k% 20 dSjsV rFkk
15 dSjsV gSA nksuksa dks ,d lkFk fi?kykdj
5 eghus
rS;kj dhx;h lksus dh vaxwBh esa lksus dh 'kqrk (dSjsV esa) D;k cknB dqN #i;s yxkdjA ds lkFk lk>snkjh djrk
gksx
h\ gSA ,d o"kZ ds ckn2ykHk
: 3 ds vuqikr esa ckaVk tkrk gSa]
(A) 17.5 (B) 16 rksB }kjk yxkbZ xbZ iwath Kkr dhft,A
(C) 18 (D) 19 (A) ` 8000 (B) ` 8500
57. ,d O;fDr ` 2523 dks nks Hkkxksa esa ckaVdj A mls nks(C)
iq=kksa
` 9000 (D) ` 7500
rFkkB ds uke ij 5% okf"kZd po`f C;kt dh nj65. ls ,d uko 3 ?kaVs esa frdwy izokg12 fdehesavkSj vuqdwy
e'k%3 o"kZ vkSj5 o"kZ ds fy, tek fd;kA ;fn nksuksa dksokg esa 8 fdeh dh nwjh r; djrh gS tcfd ;gh uko
18
leku&feJ/u izkIr gq, gks]Arks ds uke ij fdrus #i;s fdeh frdwy okg esa32 vkSj
fdeh vuqdwy okg esa r;
tek fd, x, \ djus ds fy, 7 ?kaVs ysrh gS] rks /kjk dh pky Kkr djsaA
(A) ` 1200 (B) ` 1353
(A) 0.5 fdeh@?kaVk(B) 1.5 fdeh@?kaVk
(C) ` 1323 (D) ` 1240
58. dksbZ O;fDr ,d xk; 8% ykHk ij csprk gSA ;fn og mls (C) 1 fdeh@?kaVk (D) 2 fdeh@?kaVk
20% de ij [kjhnrk vkSj ` 640 vf/d ij csprk] rks mls 66. 50 Nk=kksa dh d{kk esa lHkh Nk=kksa 45 fdxzk
dk vkSlr
gSAHkkj
40% dk ykHk gksrkA xk; dh vkjafHkd fo; ewY; D;k Kkr 2 Nk=kksa ds pys tkus ls d{kk dk vkSlr
150 xzke
Hkkjde
djsa & gks tkrk gSA d{kk NksM+dj tkus okys Nk=kksa dk vkSlr
(A) ` 16000 (B) ` 16960 dhft,A
(C) ` 15000 (D) ` 17280
(A) 46 fdxzk (B) 48 fdxzk
59. A vkSj
B ,d dk;Z dks8 fnuksa esa dj ldrsBgSa]
vkSj
C
(C) 48.6 fdxzk (D) 52.2 fdxzk
mlh dk;Z dks
12 fnuksa esa dj ldrs gSaA,rFkk
B vkSj
C
67. ,d jsyxkM+h VsyhxzkiQ ds ,d 420 [kaHks
ehVjvkSj
yacs ,d
feydj mls 6 fnuksa esa iwjk dj ldrs
A vkSj
gSaA
C feydj
fdrus fnuksa esa mls iwjk dj ldsaxs\ iqy dks e'k%
8 lsd.M vkSj
20 lsd.M esa ikj djrh gSA
(A) 4 (B) 6 jsyxkM+h dh xfr fdruh gS\
(C) 8 (D) 12 (A) 35 fdeh@?kaVk (B) 52.5 fdeh@?kaVk
60. A, B ls frxquk dq'ky gS vr% fdlh dk;Z dks iwjk djus esa (C) 126 fdeh@?kaVk (D) 120 fdeh@?kaVk
B ls 60 fnu dk de le; ysrk gSA ,d lkFk dk;Z djrs gq,68. ,d nqdkunkj vius xzkgdksa 10%dks
cV~Vk nsdj26% Hkh
;s bl dk;Z dks fdrus le; esa iwjk djsaxs\ ykHk dekrk gSA oLrq dk vafdr ewY;
` 280 gSA nqdkunkj
(A) 20 (B) 22
1 us bls fdrus #i;s esa [kjhnk Fkk\
2 (A) ` 200 (B) ` 230
(C) 25 (D) 30 (C) ` 252 (D) ` 210
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Part - II (Quantitative Aptitude)


51. Which of the following will completely divide 61. In a division sum, the divisor is 4 times
571 + 572 + 573 ? the quotient and twice the remainder. If a
(A) 150 (B) 160 and b are the divisor and the dividend
(C) 155 (D) 30 respectively, then
52. There are five numbers. H.C.F. and L.C.M.
of all the five numbers are 4 and 27720 4b a 4b 2a
respectively. What will be their product ? (A) =3 (B)
a a2
(A) 7096520 (B) 7096320
(C) 7086420 (D) None of these a (a 2)
53. When 233 is divided by 10, then remainder is- (C) (a + 1)2 = 4b (D) =4
b
(A) 1 (B) 2 62. 12 males or 18 females can mow a field in
(C) 5 (D) 0
14 days. How much time will 8 males and
54. The L.C.M. of two numbers is 2079 and their
H.C.F. is 27. If the first number is 189, find 16 females take to mow the same field?
the 2nd number. (A) 14 (B) 9
(A) 293 (B) 297 (C) 10 (D) 12
(C) 243 (D) None of these 63. A tabulator while calculating the average
55. A person sells lemons at the rate of 5 for marks of 200 students of an examination
` 14 and earns a profit of 40%, then in how by mistake enters 46, instead of 64 and
many rupees he brought a dozen lemons ? obtained the average as 57, the actual
(A) ` 20 (B) ` 21 average marks of those students is
(C) ` 24 (D) ` 28 (A) 57.91 (B) 56.91
56. Two qualities of gold of weight 18 gms and (C) 57.09 (D) 57.81
12 gms have purity of 20 carat and 15 carat 64. A starts a business with ` 3500 and after 5
respectively. If they are melted together to
months, B joins A with some capital as his
form a ring then the purity (in carat) of the
ring is - partner. After one year the profit is divided
(A) 17.5 (B) 16 in the ratio 2 : 3. What is B's contribution
(C) 18 (D) 19 in the capital?
57. A person deposited a sum of ` 2523 in 2 (A) ` 8000 (B) ` 8500
parts for his two sons A and B at 5% per (C) ` 9000 (D) ` 7500
annum compound interest for 3 years and 65. A boat covers 12 kms upstream and 8 kms
5 years respectively. If both get the same downstream in 3 hours, while it covers 18
amount, then how much sum was deposited kms upstream and 32 kms downstream in
for A? 7 hours. The speed of current is
(A) ` 1200 (B) ` 1353 (A) 0.5 km/hr (B) 1.5 km/hr
(C) ` 1323 (D) ` 1240 (C) 1 km/hr (D) 2 km/hr
58. A man sells a cow at a profit of 8%. If he 66. There are 50 students in class. Their
had bought it at 20% less and sold for ` 640
average weight is 45 kg. When two students
more he would have gained 40%. Find the
initial selling price of cow. leave the class the average weight reduces
(A) ` 16000 (B) ` 16960 by 150 gm. What is the average weight of
(C) ` 15000 (D) ` 17280 the two students who left the class?
59. A and B can do a piece of work in 8 days, B (A) 46 kg (B) 48 kg
and C can do the same work in 12 days and (C) 48.6 kg (D) 52.2 kg
A, B and C in 6 days. In how many days will 67. A train passed a telegraph post and a bridge
A and C complete the same work together? 420 m long in 8 seconds and 20 seconds
(A) 4 (B) 6 respectively. What is the speed of the train?
(C) 8 (D) 12 (A) 35 km/hr (B) 52.5 km/hr
60. A is thrice as good as B, so he is able to (C) 126 km/hr (D) 120 km/hr
finish a work in 60 days less than B. How 68. A shopkeeper makes 26% profit after selling
many days will they take to finish the same
the article at 10% discount to customer.
work if they work together?
MRP of an article is ` 280. At what price
1 does the shopkeeper buy this article ?
(A) 20 (B) 22
2 (A) ` 200 (B) ` 230
(C) 25 (D) 30 (C) ` 252 (D) ` 210

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69. fdlh jkf'k ij 10% okf"kZd nj ls rhljs o"kZ dk po`f
79. ;fn tan (5x 10) = cot (5y + 20) gS rks
(x + y) dk
C;kt` 72.60 gS] og jkf'k D;k gS& eku D;k gS\
(A) ` 720 (B) ` 400 (A) 16 (B) 24
(C) ` 600 (D) ` 800 (C) 20 (D) 15
70. ;fn x = 2 2 + 2 , rksx3 6x2 + 18x + 40 dk
1/3 2/3

eku Kkr dhft,A 80. ;fn sec cos =


3
, tgka /ukRed U;wudks.k gS] rks
(A) 22 (B) 33 2
(C) 40 (D) 62 sec dk eku D;k gS\
71. fdlh jkf'k dks
x% okf"kZd nj3ijo"kks ds fy, m/kj fn;k (A) 1 (B) 2
tkrk gSA ;fn mlh jkf'k dks mrus gh le; ds fy, 1
(x + 3)% okf"kZd nj ij m/kj fn;k tk,] `rks
1296 (C) 0 (D)
2
vfkd C;kt izkIr gksaxsA og jkf'k D;k gS\ 1
(A) ` 12000 (B) ` 14000 81. ;fn nks la[;kx vkSj dk vkSlrA gS](;gkx 0) rksx3
(C) ` 14400 (D) ` 10400 x
72. ,d ckYVh esa
150 yhVj ikuh gSA mlesa
15 yhVj
ls ikuh 1
fudkydj mruk gh vYdksgy feyk fn;k x;kA ;g f;k ,d vkSjx 3 dk vkSlr D;k gksxk\
ckj vkSj nksgjk;h x;hA vc mlesa ikuh vkSj vYdksgy(A) dk 4A3 3A (B) 4A3 4A
vuqikr D;k gS\ 3
(C) 4A A (D) 4A3 2A
(A) 19 : 81 (B) 15 : 9 82. ;fn nks xksys ds i`f"B; {ks=kiQy
9:16 ds vuqikr esa gS] rks
(C) 81 : 19 (D) 9 : 15
73. nks la[;kvksa17dks
ls Hkkx nsus ij e'k%
13 ,oa11 'ks"k
muds vk;ru dk vuqikr D;k gS\
(A) 27: 64 (B) 64 : 27
cprk gSA ;fn nksuksa la[;kvksa ds 17
;ksxiQy
ls Hkkx
dksnsa
(C) 9 : 16 (D) 16 : 9
rks 'ks"kiQy D;k gksxk\
(A) 13 (B) 11 83. ,d yEc fijkfeM dk vk/kj oxkZdkj gS ftldk {ks=kiQy
(C) 7 (D) 4 324 oxZehVj gSA ;fn fijkfeM dk1296 vk;ru?kuehVj
74. rhu ekxr cV~Vksa
40%, 30% vkSj 20% dk lerqY; gS] rks fr;Zd lrg dk {ks=kiQy
(eh esa
2
) fdruk gS\
,dy cV~Vk D;k gksxk\ (A) 540 (B) 1080
(A) 80% (B) 50% (C) 360 (D) 432
(C) 66.4% (D) 58% 84.,d leckgq f=kHkqt dk ifjeki ,d o`k dh ifjf/ ds cjkcj
75. ,d iQy fosrk fdlh fnu200 vke csprk gS rFkk40
mls
gSA muds {ks=kiQy dk vuqikr D;k gS\
vkeksa ds fo; ewY; ds cjkcj ykHk gqvkA vxys fnu mlus
mruk gh vke cspk rFkk40 mls
vkeksa ds fo; ewY; ds 22
(= dk iz;ksx djsa
)
cjkcj gkfu gqbZA nksuksa fLFkfr;ksa esa gq, fr'kr ykHk 7 rFkk
fr'kr gkfu ds la[;kRed ekuksa esa D;k varj gS\
(A) 21 : 22 3 (B) 21 : 22 2
2
(A) 25% (B) 16 % (C) 22 : 21 2 (D) 22 : 21 3
3
1 2 85. ,d 'kadq] ,d csyu vkSj ,d xksyk/Z leku vk/kj ij j[ks
(C) 8 % (D) 6 % gSa vkSj mudh mQpkbZ cjkcj gSA muds vk;ru dk vuqikr
3 3
76. O, ABC dk yEcdsanz gS] rks + BAC fdruk
BOC gksxk\
gksxk\ (A) 2 : 1 : 3 (B) 1 : 3 : 2
(A) 135 (B) 180 (C) 1 : 2 : 3 (D) 2 : 3 : 1
(C) 90 (D) 120 86. fdlh leckgq f=kHkqt ds Hkhrj fdlh Hkh fcanq ls Hkqtkvk
77. ;fn sin + sin2= 1, rkscos12 + 3 cos10 + 3 yEcksa dh yackbZ
'a' lseh-
, 'b' lseh-vkSj
'c' lseh-gSaA mldk
cos8 + cos6 1 dk eku D;k gksxk\
(A) 2 (B) 3
{ks=kiQy
(lseh-
2
esa
) fdruk gS\
(C) 0 (D) 1 3 3
78. ,d foeku ls Bhd lh/h lM+d ij] foeku dh foijhr (A) (a + b + c)2 (B) (a + b + c)
3 3
fn'kkvksa esa fLFkr nks vuqfed fdyksehVj iRFkjksa ds voueu
dks.k e'k%
60 vkSj
30 gSaA ml le; foeku dh lM+d 2 2
ls mQpkbZ (fdeh esa) fdruh gS\ (C)
3
(a + b + c)2 (D)
3
(a + b + c)

3 3 87. ;fn a, b, c okLrfod la[;k gSa vkSja2 + b2 + c2 =


(A) (B)
3 4 2(a b c) 3, rksa + b + c dk eku D;k gksxk\
3 (A) 1 (B) 3
(C) 3 (D) (C) 0 (D) 1
2
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69. On certain sum, the compound interest of 79. If tan (5x 10) = cot (5y + 20), then the
3rd year is ` 72.60 at 10% per annum. Find value of (x + y) is
the sum ? (A) 16 (B) 24
(A) ` 720 (B) ` 400
(C) ` 600 (D) ` 800 (C) 20 (D) 15
70. If x = 2 21/3 + 22/3, then find the value of 3
x3 6x2 + 18x + 40. 80. If sec cos = , where is a positive
2
(A) 22 (B) 33 acute angle, then the value of sec is
(C) 40 (D) 62 (A) 1 (B) 2
71. A sum of money is lent at x% per annum
for 3 years. If the same amount is lent at 1
(C) 0 (D)
(x + 3)% per annum for the same time then 2
` 1296 more interest is obtained. Find out 1
the sum? 81. If av erage of two numbers x and
(A) ` 12000 (B) ` 14000 x
(C) ` 14400 (D) ` 10400 (where x 0) is A, then what will be the
72. A container contains 150 litres of water 1
from which 15 litres of water was taken out average of x3 and ?
and replaced with alcohol. This process was x3
repeated one more time. Now in container (A) 4A3 3A (B) 4A3 4A
ratio of water and alcohol is 3
(C) 4A A (D) 4A3 2A
(A) 19 : 81 (B) 15 : 9 82. If the surface areas of two spheres are in
(C) 81 : 19 (D) 9 : 15 the ratio 9:16, then the ratio of their
73. Two numbers, when divided by 17, leave
remainder 13 and 11 respectively. If the volumes is
sum of those two numbers is divided by 17, (A) 27: 64 (B) 64 : 27
then remainder will be (C) 9 : 16 (D) 16 : 9
(A) 13 (B) 11 83. Base of a right pyramid is a square whose
(C) 7 (D) 4 area is 324 m2. If the volume of the pyramid
74. Three successive discounts 40%, 30% and is 1296 m3, then the area (in m2) of the slant
20% is equivalent to a single discount of
surface is
(A) 80% (B) 50%
(C) 66.4% (D) 58% (A) 540 (B) 1080
75. One day a fruitseller sells 200 mangoes and (C) 360 (D) 432
he gains equal to the selling price of 40 84. Perimeter of an equilateral triangle is
mangoes. Next day he sells same number equal to the circumference of a circle. The
of mangoes and he losses equal to the
selling price of 40 mangoes. Find out the 22
drift in value of profit and loss percentage ratio of their areas is (Use = ) :-
7
in both conditions.
2 (A) 21 : 22 3 (B) 21 : 22 2
(A) 25% (B) 16 %
3 (C) 22 : 21 2 (D) 22 : 21 3
1 2
(C) 8 % (D) 6 % 85. A cone, a cylinder and a hemisphere stand
3 3 on the same base and have equal height.
76. O is the orthocentre of ABC. Then BOC The ratio of their volumes is
+ BAC is equal to
(A) 135 (B) 180 (A) 2 : 1 : 3 (B) 1 : 3 : 2
(C) 90 (D) 120 (C) 1 : 2 : 3 (D) 2 : 3 : 1
77. If sin + sin2= 1, then the value of cos12 86. From any point inside an equilateral
+ 3 cos10 + 3 cos8 + cos6 1 is triangle, the lengths of perpendiculars on
(A) 2 (B) 3 the sides are 'a' cm, 'b' cm and 'c' cms. Its
(C) 0 (D) 1 area (in cm2) is
78. From an aeroplane just over a straight road,
the angles of depression of two consecutive 3 3
kilometre stones situated at opposite sides (A) (a + b + c)2 (B) (a + b + c)
3 3
of the aeroplane were found to be 60 and
30 respectively. The height (in km) of the 2 2
(C) (a + b + c)2 (D) (a + b + c)
aeroplane from the road at that instant, 3 3
is 87. If a, b, c are real numbers and
3 3 a2 + b2 + c2 = 2 (a b c) 3, then the value of
(A) (B) a + b + c is
3 4
(A) 1 (B) 3
3
(C) 3 (D) (C) 0 (D) 1
2
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a6 a4 a2 1
funsZ'k
(96-100) : fuEufyf[kr ikbZ pkVZ dk ;kuiwoZd v;;u
88. ;fn a = 2 + 3 , rks dk eku D;k dj fuEufyf[kr iz'uksa ds mkj nhft,A
a3
gksxk\ fdlh ifjokj }kjk vius ekfld [kpks
(A) 65 (B) 42 ds fy, vuqekfur ctV
(C) 56 (D) 45
89. /krq ds cus ,d csyukdkj ikbi dk vk;ru
784 lseh3 gSA

fofo/
bldh yackbZ14 lsehgS vkSj ck f=kT;k
9 lsehgSA bldh
22 fdjkuk
fuos'k

7%
eksVkbZ fdruh gksxh\
(= dk iz;ksx djsa
) 20%
7 15%
(A) 7 lseh (B) 17 lseh
oL=k
(C) 11 lseh (D) 1 lseh 8%
90. ,d leyEc prqZHkqt dh nks lekarj Hkqtkvksa 28dh yackbZ f'k{kk

iQ
25%
lseh-vkSj
40 lsehgSaA ;fn bldh vU; nks Hkqtkvksa dh yackbZ fctyh fcy

ksu fcy 6%
12 izfr Hkqtk lseh gks] rks leyEc dk({ks=kiQy
lseh2 esa
) D;k 19%

gksxk\
(A) 408 3 (B) 204 3
dqy osru= ` 32000 fr ekg
(C) 504 3 (D) 312 3 96. ifjokj }kjk fdjkus rFkk diM+ksa ij ,d lkFk vuqekfur ctV
91. ,d lef}ckgq f=kHkqt esa] ;fn 'kh"kZ dks.k vk/kj dks.kksa
gSds&;ksx
dk nqxquk gS] rks f=kHkqt ds vk/s 'kh"kZ dks.k dk eki (A)
D;k gksxk\
` 8850 (B) ` 8690
(A) 70 (B) 80 (C) ` 8960 (D) ` 8550
(C) 50 (D) 60 97. ifjokj us fdjkus ij okLrfod :i ls` 4672 [kpZ fd;s gksa]
92. ;fn x + y + z = 6, rks 1)3 + (y 2) + (z 3)3
(x rks bl okLrfod jkf'k rFkk ctV }kjk fdjkus ij [kpZ dh xbZ
dk eku D;k gksxk\ jkf'k dk varj D;k gksxk \
(A) 3xyz
(A) ` 1728 (B) ` 1672
(B) (x 1) (y 2) (z 3)
(C) ` 467 (D) ` 1038
(C) 3(x 1) (y 2) (z 3)
(D) 2(x 1) (y 2) (z 3) 98. ifjokj }kjk vuqekfur fctyh fcy rFkk iQksu fcy ds chp
1 1 varj gksxk &
93. ;fn p4 = 119 p 4 , rksp3 p 3 dk eku D;k gksxk\ (A) ` 1920 (B) ` 4160
(C) ` 6080 (D) ` 8000
(A) 32 (B) 36 99. fookg ds dkj.k] fofo/ [kpZ dqy
` 3040 dk gqvk gksA rc
(C) 18 (D) 24
94. ,d le cgqHkqt ds vkarfjd dks.kksa dk ;ksxgSA
1440
ctV dh jkf'k ls] bl jkf'k dks fdruk c<+k;k x;k gS\
(A) ` 1738 (B) ` 304
Hkqtkvksa dh la[;k fdruh gS\
(C) ` 800 (D) ` 224
(A) 10 (B) 12
(C) 6 (D) 8 ifjokj us vius fctyh ij ctV esa vuqekfur [kpsZ dh vis{kk
100.
95. 8 lseh- vkSj 3 lseh- dh f=kT;k okys nks o`k ds dsanzksa cpk, gks] rks ;g fctyh fcy] dqy vk; dk
ds chp
` 1920
dh nwjh 13 lseh- gSA nksuksa o`kksa dh lkoZ Li'kZ fdruk fr'kr
js[kk dh gksxk\
yackbZ
(lseh- esa) fdruh gksxh\ (A) 10.5% (B) 12%
(A) 16 (B) 18 (C) 14.5% (D) 13%
(C) 12 (D) 15

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Directions (96-100) : Observe the pie chart
88. If a = 2 + 3 , then the value of given below and answer the questions.
a6 a4 a2 1 Budget estimated by a family for
is
a3 their monthly expenses
(A) 65 (B) 42

Misc 7%
(C) 56 (D) 45
89. Volume of a metallic cylindrical pipe is

ellan
784 cm 3. Its length is 14 cm and external Grocery

eous
Investment 20%
22 15%
radius is 9 cm. Its thickness is (Use = )
7
(A) 7 cm (B) 17 cm Clothing
(C) 11 cm (D) 1 cm 8%
Education
90. The lengths of the two parallel sides of a 25%
trapezium are 28 cm and 40 cm. If the Electricity
length of its other two sides be 12 cm each, bill
19%
then the area (in cm2) of the trapezium is -
(A) 408 3 (B) 204 3
Total salary = ` 32000 per month
(C) 504 3 (D) 312 3
96. What is the budget estimated by the family
91. In an isosceles triangle, if the vertex angle on clothing and grocery together?
is twice the sum of the base angles, then (A) ` 8850 (B) ` 8690
the measure of the half of the vertex angle (C) ` 8960 (D) ` 8550
of the triangle is 97. The family actually paid ` 4672 on grocery.
(A) 70 (B) 80 What is the difference in the amount in
(C) 50 (D) 60 budget alloted for grocery and that spent on
92. If x + y + z = 6, then the value of
grocery?
(x 1)3 + (y 2) + (z 3)3 is
(A) ` 1728 (B) ` 1672
(A) 3xyz
(C) ` 467 (D) ` 1038
(B) (x 1) (y 2) (z 3)
98. What is the difference in the amount
(C) 2(x 1) (y 2) (z 3)
estimated by the family on electricity bill
(D) 2(x 1) (y 2) (z 3)
and phone bill?
1 1 (A) ` 1920 (B) ` 4160
93. If p4 = 119 , then the value of p3
p4 p3 (C) ` 6080 (D) ` 8000
is 99. Due to marriage, the family incurs
(A) 32 (B) 36 miscellaneous expenditure of ` 3040 in
(C) 18 (D) 24 total. How much is the increase in the
94. The sum of the internal angles of a regular amount under this head from that in the
polygon is 1440. The number of sides is budget ?
(A) 10 (B) 12 (A) ` 1738 (B) ` 304
(C) 6 (D) 8 (C) ` 800 (D) ` 224
95. The distance between the centres of two 100. The family saved ` 1920 on their electricity
circles having radii 8 cm and 3cm, is 13
bill, as was estimated in the budget. What
cm. The length (in cm) of the direct common
is the percentage to the this electricity bill
tangent of the two circles is
(A) 16 (B) 18 with respect to the total salary ?
(C) 12 (D) 15 (A) 10.5% (B) 12%
(C) 14.5% (D) 13%

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Hkkx III
& ( lkekU; tkudkjh)
101. cktkj dc vliQy gksrs gSa\ 110. ,d "kd ds }kjk ,d VSDVj dk ; mldk D;k gS\
(A) tc os leLr miHkksDrkvksa vkSj mRikndksa ds vf/'ks"k (A) vafre miHkksx (B) fu;r fuos'k
dks cjkcj dj nsrs gSa (C) eky fuos'k (D) e;orhZ miHkksx
(B) tc os leLr miHkksDrkvksa vkSj mRikndksa ^dky oS'kk[kh* D;k gS\
ds vf/'ks"k
111.
dks c<+k nsrs gSa (A) iQly dVkbZ
(C) tc os leLr miHkksDrkvksa vkSj mRikndksa ds vf/'ks"k (B) dsjy esa izpfyr ,d /kfeZd vuq"Bku
dks vf/dre ugha cuk ikrs (C) pokrh rwiQku
(D) tc os leLr miHkksDrkvksa vkSj mRikndksa ds vf/'ks"k (D) mi;qZDr esa ls dksbZ ugha
dks vf/dre cuk nsrs gSa 112. Hkkjr esa fo'ks"k vkfFkZd {ks=k (lst) D;k c<+kus ds
102. nf{k.kh Hkkjr esa ^nkaMh ekpZ* dk lapkyu fdlus fd;k LFkkfir
Fkk\ fd, x, Fks\
(A) ds- dkejkt (B) HkDr oRlye~ (A) eqDr O;kikj (B) fons'kh fuos'k
(C) jktkth (D) Vh- izdk'ke~ (C) jkstxkj (D) izkS|ksfxdh fodkl
103. v'kksd us vius lHkh vfHkys[kksa esa ,d:irk ls fdl113. izkrfdl izdkj dh vFkZO;oLFkk esa jk"Vh; vk; vkSj ?kjsyw v
Hkk"kk dk iz;ksx fd;k gS\ cjkcj gksrh gS\
(A) lao`r (can) vFkZO;oLFkk
(A) vZ&ex/h (B) 'kwjlsuh
(B) [kqyh vFkZO;oLFkk
(C) ex/h (D) vafxdk
(C) fodflr vFkZO;oLFkk
104. fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu&lk vUu euq"; }kjk lcls igys iz;ksx
(D) fodklksUeq[k vFkZO;oLFkk
fd;k x;k Fkk\
114. flUnzh] >kj[kaM esa mRikfnr moZjd dk uke gS&
(A) jkbZ (B) xsgw
(A) ;wfj;k
(C) tkS (;o) (D) tbZ (vksV)
(B) veksfu;e iQkWLisQV
105. lalnkRed rFkk v;{kkRed :i esa ljdkjksa ds oxhZdj.k (C) dSfYl;e lqij iQkWLisQV
fdl ij vk/kfjr gS \ (D) veksfu;e lYisQV
(A) dsUnz&jkT; laca/
115. pexknM+ksa
(Bats) esa --------- ik;k tkrk gSA
(B) fo/kf;dk&dk;Zikfydk laca/ (A) ijkJO; ofu ra=k
(C) dk;Zikfydk&U;k;ikfydk laca/ (B) vojDr lalwpd ra=k
(D) mi;qZDr lHkh (C) jsfM;ks&rjax lalwpd ra=k
106. vf/dre lkekftd ykHk dk flkar fdldk cqfu;knh flkar (D) izdk'kdh; lapkj {ks=k
gS\ 116. fuEu esa ls dkSu n`f"V ds i'pnhfIr flkar ds vk/kj ij
(A) lw{e vFkZ'kkL=k (B) o`gr~ vFkZ'kkL=k fufeZr gS&
(C) jktdks"kh; vFkZ'kkL=k
(D) i;kZoj.kh; vFkZ'kkL=k (A) dSejk (B) LisDVksLdksi
107. fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdlus ^lEifk ds Je&flkar* ds i{k esa (C) flusek (D) isfjLdksi
leFkZu fd;k\ 117. ,d ;wt&rkj esa eq[; :i ls D;k gksuk pkfg,\
(A) FkkWel gkWCl (B) tkWu ykWd (A) mPp xyukad] vYi izfrjks/
(C) ts- ts- :lks (D) ts- ,l- fey (B) vYi xyukad] vYi izfrjks/
108. jkT; esa eaf=kifj"kn~ lkewfgd :i ls fduds izfrksrs
mkjnk;h
\gS g (C) vYi xyukad] mPp izfrjks/
(D) mPp xyukad] mPp izfrjks/
(A) jkT;iky (B) eq[;ea=kh
118. D;ksa 'khrdky dh rqyuk esa xzh"edky esa vf/d eNfy;k
(C) Hkkjr ds jk"Vifr (D) fo/kulHkk
ejrh gSa \
109. mkjh vejhdk ds rV ls xqtjus okyh BaMh egklkxjh; /kjk
(A) [kkus dh deh ds dkj.k
dk uke gS&
(B) vkfo"k ds lkanz.k ds dkj.k
(A) dqjksf'k;ks /kjk (B) xYiQLVhe
(C) vkWDlhtu ds vi{k; ds dkj.k
(C) ysczkMksj /kjk (D) iQkdySaM /kjk
(D) jksx ds iSQyus ds dkj.k
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Part - III (General Awareness)


101. Markets fail - 110. The purchase of a tractor by a farmer is his -
(A) When they make all consumers and (A) Final consumption
producers surplus equal (B) Fixed investment
(B) When they add to the surplus of all (C) Investment goods
consumers and producers (D) Intermediate consumption
(C) When they cant maximize surplus of 111. What is 'Kaal Baishakhi'?
all consumers and producers (A) As harvest
(D) When they maximize surplus of all (B) A religious ritual practiced in Kerala
consumers and producers (C) Cyclonic Storm
102. In South India, who led the Dandi March? (D) None of the above
(A) K. Kamraj (B) Bhakt Vatsalam 112. India's special economic zones were
(C) Rajaji (D) T. Prakasam established in order to increase?
103. Which Prakrit language is uniformly used (A) Free Trade
by Ashoka in all his inscriptions? (B) Foreign Investment
(A) Ardhmagadhi (B) Surseni (C) Employment
(C) Magadhi (D) Angika (D) Technological development
104. Which of the following grain was first used 113. In what type of economy, national income
by human? and domestic income are equal?
(A) Ragi (B) Wheat (A) Closed Economy
(C) Barley (D) Oat (B) Open Economy
105. Classification of government in (C) Developed Economy
parliamentary and presidential form is (D) Developing Economy
based on:- 114. Which fertilizer is produced in Sindri,
(A) Centre-State Relation
Jharkhand?
(B) Legislative-Executive Relation
(A) Urea
(C) Executive-Judiciary Relation
(B) Ammonium Phosphate
(D) All of the above
(C) Calcium Superphosphate
106. The basic principle of maximizing social
(D) Ammonium Sulphate
benefits is based on which principle ?
115. --------- found in Bats
(A) Micro economics
(A) Ultrasonic sound system
(B) Macro economics
(B) Infrared detector system
(C) Fiscal Economics
(C) Radio wave detector system
(D) Environmental Economics
(D) Optical communication
107. Who among the following favoured 'labour
116. Which of the following is built on the
theory of property'?
principle of persistence of vision.
(A) Thomas Hobbes
(B) John Locke (A) Camera
(C) J.J. Ruso (B) Spectroscope
(D) J.S. Mill (C) Cinema
108. To whom is the Council of ministers of state (D) Periscope
collectively accountable? 117. What should be mainly in a fuse wire?
(A) Governor (A) High melting point, low resistance
(B) Chief Minister (B) Low melting point, low resistance
(C) President of India (C) Low melting point, high resistance
(D) Vidhan Sabha (D) High melting point, high resistance
109. Name of the cold ocean current passing 118. Why fish die more in summer than in
through the coast of North America winter?
(A) Kuroshio current (A) Due to lack of food
(B) Gulfstream (B) Due to concentration of toxic
(C) Labrador current (C) Due to decrement of oxygen
(D) Falkland current (D) Due to outbreak of disease

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119. gkbMkstu ce dk vkfo"dkj fdlus fd;k\ 127. dqN ok;jlksa esa vkj- ,u- ,- gksrh gS] ijarq Mh- ,u- ,- ugh
(A) ts- jkWcVZ vksIisugkbej blls D;k irk pyrk gS\
(B) ,ycVZ vkbZUlVkbu (A) ok;jl esa izfrr ugha gksrh
(C) lSeq,y dksgsu (B) bu ok;jlksa dh oa'kkxr tkudkjh ugha
(D) ,MoMZ Vsyj (C) vkj- ,u- ,- vkuqoaf'kdh tkudkjh dks ok;jlksa esa
120. fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdl [kk| inkFkZ esa ,d&gh ek=kk esa lEizsf"kr djrh gSA
vfkdre dSyksjh eku fo|eku gS\ (D) U;wDyhd vEy dks fLVyhr fd;k tk ldrk gSA
(A) eD[ku (B) lsc 128. ftl izksVhu ds dkj.k ,d dksf'kdk esa fo"kk.kqvksa }kjk vk
(C) iuhj (D) phuh ij vk'kqizHkkfor gksus esa deh vkrh gS] mldk uke gS&
121. okguksa ds Vk;j D;ksas vPNh izdkj ls iqQyk, tkrs gSa\ (A) ,aDVksek;ksflu (B) DyksjksekblsfVu
(A) le voLFkk esa pyuk lqfuf'pr djus ds fy, (C) gkbfczMksek (D) bUVjisQjkWu
(B) okgu dh Hkkj&ogu {kerk c<+kus ds fy, 129. jkT;lHkk ds ,d LFkk;h (Permanent) lnu gksus ds dkj.k &
(C) fiQlyu ls cpus rFkk U;wure ?k"kZ.k gsrq (A) ,d&frgkbZ lnL; izfr nks o"kZ ij lsokfuo`k gksrs g
(D) rst pyus ,oa b/u dh cpr gsrq (B) ,d&v/Z lnL; izfr rhu o"kZ ij lsokfuo`k gksrs gS
122. fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdl R; ds dkj.k Hkxr flag vkSj muds fe=k
(C) lnL;ksa dk ikpok Hkkx izfr o"kZ lsokfuo`k gksr
jktxq: vkSj lq[knso dks 23 ekpZ] 1931 esa iQklh nh xbZ Fkh \
(D) lnL;ksa dk NBok Hkkx izfr o"kZ lsokfuo`k gksrk
(A) o"kZ 1928 esa ykgkSj esa lkW.MlZ dh gR;k ds dkj.k
130. fdl iYyo 'kkld us egkcyhiqje ds 'kgj dh LFkkiuk vkSj
(B) dkdksjh&"kM~;a=k ?kVuk ds dkj.k
ogk dbZ eafnjksa dk fuekZ.k fd;k\
(C) 18 vizSy] 1929 esa dsnzh; fo/kulHkk esa ce isaQdus ds
(A) ujflEgk oeZu (B) flEgfo".kq (vofuflEgk)
dkj.k
(C) f'kok&Ldankokjke (D) egsanz oeZu izFke
(D) ykgkSj&"kM~;a=k ?kVuk ds dkj.k
131. MkbZdkSSV rus esa tkbye vkSj yks,e ds chp esa dkSu l
123. gheksXyksfcu vkSj DyksjksfiQy nks tho&v.kq gSA fuEufyf[kr esa
ls dkSu&lk dFku lgh gS\ ekStwn gS\
(A) nksuksa esa yksgk gS (A) n`<+dksf'kdk
(B) nksuksa esa eSXuhf'k;e gS (B) dsafc;e
(C) DyksjksfiQy esa eSXuhf'k;e vkSj gheksXyksfcu (C)esaLVkpZ
yksgk 'khFk
gksrk gS (D) eTtk
(D) gheksXyksfcu esa dksckYV vkSj DyksjksfiQy esa Dyksjhu
132. dkSu&lk ikni e:LFky dh ty nkc fLFkfr;ksa esa fodflr
gksrk gS gksrs gSa\
124. lqksl ds ty&vi?kVu ls curk gS& (A) f'k;ksiQkbV (B) ,fiiQkbV
(A) dsoy ysDVksl (C) thjksiQkbV (D) ghfy;ksiQkbV
(B) dsoy Xywdksl 133. ^,YiSQYiQk*(Alfalfa) fdl izdkj ds inkFkZ dk uke gS\
(C) Xywdksl vkSj izQDVksl (A) ou (B) iQly
(D) Xywdksl vkSj ysDVksl (C) ?kkl (D) mi;qZDr esa ls dksbZ ugha
125. jsizQhtjs'ku og izf;k gS] ftlds dkj.k & 134. ,LVkstu vkSj izkstsLVsjksu fuEUkfyf[kr esa ls fdldh o`
(A) dhVk.kq ekjs tkrs gSa fu;af=kr rFkk mksftr djrs gSa\
(B) dhVk.kqvksa dh o`f nj ?kV tkrh gS
(A) ih;wf"kdk xzfUFk (B) voVq xzfUFk
(C) dhVk.kqvksa dh dk;Z{kerk :d tkrh gS
(C) Lru xzfUFk (D) vf/o`Dd xzfUFk
(D) dhVk.kq IykTek esa :ikarfjr gksrs gS
135. ^^ekbZ izslhMsU'kh;y bZ;lZ** iqLrd ds ys[kd gSa&
126. dpjs dh loksZke fuiVku izfof/ gS&
(A) MkW- 'kadj n;ky 'kekZ
(A) oehZdYpj
(B) MkW- ,l- jk/k".ku
(B) buflusjs'ku
(C) vkj- osadVjkeu
(C) Hkwfe dks Hkjus esa
(D) MkW- jktsUnz izlkn
(D) tyk nsus esa
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119. Who invented Hydrogen bomb? 127. Some viruses have R.N.A. but don't have
(A) J. Robert Oppenheimer D.N.A. it shows that:
(B) Albert Einstein (A) Virus doesn't replicate
(C) Samuel Kohen (B) These viruses don't have hereditary
(D) Edward Teller information
120. In which of the following food item of same (C) RNA transmit hereditary information
in viruses
quantity maximum calorie is found?
(D) Nuclic acid can be crystallized.
(A) Butter
128. The protein due to which susceptibility of a
(B) Apple
cell to the invasion by the virus is reduced
(C) Cheese
is known as?
(D) Sugar (A) Actomyosin
121. Why tyres of vehicles are well inflated? (B) Chloromycetin
(A) To ensure moving in even state. (C) Hybridoma
(B) To increase weight carrying capacity (D) Interferon
(C) To avoid skidding and for minimum 129. Rajya Sabha being a permanent house
friction (A) One-third members retire every two
(D) To move fast and save fuel. years
122. For which of the following act Bhagat Singh (B) One-half members retire every three
and his friends Rajguru and Sukhdev were years
hanged on March 23, 1931 ? (C) Fifth part of members retire every years
(A) For the assassination of Saunders in (D) Sixth part of members retire every
Lahore in 1928 years
130. Which Pallava ruler founded the city of
(B) For the Kakori conspiracy
Mahabalipuram and constructed many
(C) For throwing bomb in Central Assembly
temples there?
on April 18,1927
(A) Narasimha Varman
(D) For Lahore conspiracy
(B) Simhavishnu (Avanisimha)
123. Haemoglobin and chlorophyll are two (C) Shiva Skandavaram
biological molecules. Which of the following (D) Mahendra Varman I
statement is correct? 131. The layer present in between xylem and
(A) Both have Iron phloem in Dicot stem is?
(B) Both have magnesium (A) Sclereids (B) Cambium
(C) Chlorophyll has Magnesium and (C) Starch Sheath (D) Pith
haemoglobin has Iron 132. The plant which grows under water stress
(D) Haemoglobin has Cobalt and conditions of deserts are?
Chlorophyll has Chlorine (A) Sciophytes (B) Epiphytes
124. What is formed by the hydrolysis of sucrose ? (C) Xerophytes (D) Heliophytes
(A) Only Lactose 133. Alfalfa is the name of which kind of
(B) Only Glucose substance?
(A) Forest (B) Crop
(C) Glucose and Fructose
(C) Grass (D) None of above
(D) Glucose and Lactose
134. Which of the followings growth is controlled
125. Refrigeration is the process, due to which
and excited by estrogen and progesterone?
(A) Bacterias are killed
(A) Pituitary gland
(B) Decreases the growth of bacteria (B) Thyroid gland
(C) Efficiency of bacteria is restrained (C) Mammary gland
(D) Bacteria are converted into plasma (D) Adrenal gland
126. Which is the best method of waste disposal? 135. 'My Presidential Years' book is written by
(A) Vermiculture (A) Dr. Shankar Dayal Sharma
(B) Incineration (B) Dr. S. Radhakrishnan
(C) Land filling (C) R. Venkataraman
(D) Burning (D) Dr. Rajendra Prasad
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136. ^;qok caxky vkUnksyu* ds usrk dkSu Fks\ 143. jk"Vh; ikni vkuqoaf'kd lalk/u C;wjks fuEUkfyf[kr
(NBPGR)
esa ls fdl 'kgj esa fLFkr gS\
(A) jktk jkeeksgu jk;
(A) caxyq: (B) tEew
(B) nsosUnzukFk VSxkSj
(C) ubZ fnYYkh (D) f'kykax
(C) gsujh fofo;u Msjksft;ks 144. thok.kqvksa dks u"V djus ds fy, fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdl xSl
(D) MsfoM gssjs dk iz;ksx fd;k tkrk gS\
137. (A) Dyksjhu
jk"Vifr vkSj mijk"Vifr ls lacaf/r pquko fooknksa dk le>kSrk (B) vkWDlhtu
(C) gkbMkstu (D) fu;kWu
djus dk vf/dkj mPPkre U;k;ky; dks gSA ;g mldk gS&
145. usg: VkWiQh fdl [ksy ls lacaf/r gS\
(A) ekSfyd vf/dkj (B) dkuwuh vf/dkj
(A) gkWdh (B) iqQVckWy
(C) ijke'khZ vf/dkj (D) cgqeq[kh vf/dkj (C) dcM~Mh (D) Vscy&Vsful (efgyk)
138. fdl ok;ljk; ds 'kkludky esa igyk m|ksx'kkyk vf/fu;e
146. ^n vEczsyk eSu* uked iqLrd ds ys[kd dkSu gS\
ikfjr fd;k x;k\ (A) vuhrk nslkbZ (B) lyeku #'nh
(A) ykWMZ dtZu (B) ykWMZ fyVu (C) flkFkZ xhxw (D) lck udoh
147. usV U;wVfyVh dh tkp ds fy, fdl vk;ksx dk xBu fd;k
(C) ykWMZ fjiu (D) ykWMZ dsfuax
x;k gS\
139. izFke HkfDr vkUnksyu dk vk;kstu fdlus fd;k Fkk\ (A) bZ- iukHku vk;ksx
(A) ukud (B) ehjk (B) ,- ds- HkkxZo vk;ksx
(C) jkenkl (D) jkekuqtkpk;Z (C) Vh- lh- ,- vkuar vk;ksx
140. lalk/uksa ds vf/d mi;ksx dkss ^yksd =kklnh* dgk tkrk (D)gSA ,- ds- feky vk;ksx
148. fuEufyf[kr esa ls fczDl ds U;w MsoyiesaV cSad dk izeq[k
bldk izfriknu fdlus fd;k Fkk\
gksxk\
(A) xsjsV gkfMZu (B) lsfyxeu
(A) igykt fugykuh (B) vkj-,p- ekFkqj
(C) ,MksYiQ okxusj(D) ,- ih- yuZj (C) ds- oh- dkeFk (D) 'ks[kj lsu
141. fuEu esa ls dkSu&lk ,d] 'ks"k nwljksa ls esy ugha jk"Vh;
[kkrk
149. gS\ f"k fodkl ;kstuk dc 'kq: dh xbZ Fkh\
(A) dFkdyh (B) HkkaxM+k (A) 2006 (B) 2007
(C) 2014 (D) 2015
(C) dqphiqMh (D) HkjrukV~;e
150. orZeku esa vuqlwfpr tkfr vkSj vuqlwfpr tutkfr ds fy,
142. Hkkjr ds jkT;ksa dk izeq[k jktLo&lzksr D;k gS\ yksdlHkk esa vkjf{kr lhVsa e'k% gS&
(A) vk; dj (B) fch dj (A) 87 vkSj 48 (B) 84 vkSj 47
(C) jkT; mRiknu 'kqYd (D) Hkw&jktLo (C) 42 vkSj 23 (D) 79 vkS 41

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136. Who was the leader of 'Young Bengal 143. National Bureau of Plant Genetic Resoures
Movement'? (NBPGR) is situated in which city?
(A) Raja Rammohan Roy (A) Bangaluru (B) Jammu
(B) Devendranath Tagore (C) New Delhi (D) Shillong
(C) Henri Vivian Derozio 144. Which of the following gas is used to kill
Bacteria?
(D) David Hare
(A) Chlorine (B) Oxygen
137. Honourable Supreme Court has the right
(C) Hydrogen (D) Neon
to handle disputes between the President 145. With which sport is Nehru Tr ophy
and the Vice President. It is Supreme associated ?
Court's.....? (A) Hockey
(A) Fundamental Right (B) Football
(B) Legal Right (C) Kabaddi
(C) Advisory Right (D) Table Tennis (Women)
(D) Versatile Right 146. Who is the writer of The Umbrella Man?
138. During which viceroy's tenure, 1st Factory (A) Anita Desai
Act was passed? (B) Salman Rushdie
(A) Lord Curzon (B) Lord Lytton (C) Siddhartha Gigoo
(D) Saba Naqvi
(C) Lord Rippon (D) Lord Canning
147. To examine 'Net Neutrality' which
139. Who organized the first Bhakti Andolan?
committee has been set up ?
(A) Nanak (B) Meera (A) E. Padmanabhan Committee
(C) Ramdas (D) Ramanujacharya (B) A.K. Bhargava Committee
140. Exploitation of resources is called. "The (C) TCA Anant Committee
tragedy of the commons". This term was (D) AK Mittal Committee
coined by? 148. Who is going to head New Development
(A) Garrett Hardin (B) Seligman Bank of BRICS ?
(C) Adolf Vagner (D) A.P. Larner (A) Pahlaj Nihlani (B) R.H. Mathur
141. Which one of the following is odd-one out? (C) K.V. Kamath (D) Shekhar Sen
(A) Kathakalli (B) Bhangra 149. When Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana (RKVY)
(C) Kuchipudi (D) Bharatnatyam was launched?
(A) 2006 (B) 2007
142. Which one of the following is the major
(C) 2014 (D) 2015
source of Revenue for Indian States?
150. Currently in the Lok Sabha, seats reserved
(A) Income tax for the scheduled castes and scheduled
(B) Sales tax tribes are respectively
(C) States excise tax (A) 87 and 48 (B) 84 and 47
(D) Land Revenue (C) 42 and 23 (D) 79 and 41

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Part - IV (English Language)


Direction : In Question nos. 151 to 155, some Direction: In Question nos. 161 to 165, a
part of the sentences have errors and some are sentence/ a part of the sentence is underlined.
correct. Find out which part of a sentence Below are given alternatives to the underlined
h a s an error and blacken the oval [ ] part at (A), (B), (C) which may improve the
sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In
corresponding to the appropriate letter (A), (B),
case no improvement is needed your answer is
(C). If a sentence is free from error, blacken the (D). Mark your answer in the Answer Sheet.
oval corresponding to (D) in the Answer Sheet. 161. The boy told his teacher to explain the
151. You are never practical (A)/ and your passage.
suggestions hold no water (B)/ because they (A) asked his teacher
are not convincing. (C)/ No error (D) (B) said to his teacher
152. The teacher tried his very best to bring (C) invited his teacher
home (A)/ on the students the (B)/ need for (D) No improvement
hard work.(C)/ No error (D) 162. I am tired as I am working since 7 O'clock in
153. The patient died (A)/ after he (B)/ was the morning.
(A) I was working
transfused.(C)/ No error (D)
(B) I has been working
154. When the police approached him (A)/ he (C) I have been working
held up his both hands (B)/ and (D) No improvement
surrendered . C)/ No error (D) 163. When it was dark they decided to put at an
155. Inspite of my consoling her (A)/ she kept inn.
weeping (B)/ day in, day out. (C)/ No error (D) (A) put off with (B) put up at
Directions : In Question nos. 156 to 160, sentences (C) put out in (D) No improvement
given with blanks to be filled in with an appropriate 164. The floor of the hall was covered by a carpet.
word(s). Four alternatives are suggested for each (A) covered in (B) covered with
question. Choose the correct alternative out of the (C) covered upon (D) No improvement
165. Miss Pillai teaches very well, isn't it ?
four and indicate it by blackening the appropriate
(A) didn't she (B) doesn't she
oval [ ] in the Answer Sheet. (C) wasn't (D) No improvement
156. Please do not _____ an offer made by the Directions : In Question nos. 166 to 169 out of
Chairman. the four alternatives, choose the one which best
(A) refrain (B) refute expresses the meaning of the given word and
(C) refuse (D) refuge mark it in the Answer Sheet.
157. Take possession of the records immediately 166. Painstaking
lest they should be _______ with. (A) feeling panic
(A) tampered (B) destroyed (B) thorough and rigorous
(C) taking risk
(C) manhandled (D) mishandled
(D) painful and sorrowful
158. Let us take him upon his word. I see no
167. Stifle
room for any ______ in the matter. (A) starve (B) smother
(A) duplicity (B) deviation (C) stumble (D) stagger
(C) synicism (D) difference 168. Stalemate
159. Since one cannot read every book, one (A) degeneration (B) exhaustion
should be content with making a _______ (C) deadlock (D) settlement
selection. 169. Abstemious
(A) normal (B) standard (A) resistant (B) temperate
(C) moderate (D) judicious (C) superstitions (D) careful
Directions : In question nos. 170 to 173, choose
160. There has been a ____ lack of efficiency in
the word opposite in meaning to the given word
all the crucial areas of the working of Public
and mark it in the Answer Sheet.
Sector Undertakings. 170. Propensity
(A) positive (B) surprising (A) disinclination (B) forecast
(C) conspicuous (D) stimulative (C) stagnation (D) restlessness

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171. Laconic 183. Being an introvert, he will only eat his
(A) uncivilised (B) talkative heart out.
(C) erudite (D) livid (A) eat too much
172. Exodus (B) keep brooding
(A) influx (B) return (C) invite trouble
(C) home coming (D) restoration (D) suffer silently
173. Chimerical 184. She exhibited remarkable sang froid during
(A) fearful (B) breathtaking the crisis.
(C) serene (D) practical idea (A) temper (B) irritation
Directions : In question nos. 174 to 175, four (C) composure (D) anger
words are given in each question, out of which only
185. It was he who put a spoke in my wheel.
one word is correctly spelt. Find the correctly spelt
(A) tried to cause an accident
word and mark your answer in the Answer Sheet.
(B) helped in the execution of the plan
174. (A) millionaire (B) milionaire
(C) thwarted the execution of the plan
(C) millioneir (D) millioneire
(D) destroyed the plan
175. (A) sacrilegious (B) sacriligious
(C) sacreligious (D) secrilegious Direction : In Question nos. 186 to 195, in the
Directions : In Question nos. 176 to 180, out of following passages some of the words have been
the four alternatives, choose the one which can left out. Read the passages carefully and
be substituted for the given words/sentences choose the correct answer to each question out
and indicate it by blackening the appropriate of the four alternative and fill in the blanks.
oval [ ] in the Answer Sheet. CLOZE TEST
176. A collection of slaves. If you have ever watched a documentary
(A) Coffle (B) Crew where a cheetah is ....186.... a gazelle for its next
(C) Company (D) Cortege meal, you know what agility is. As the two
177. Take great pleasure. animals ....187.... in a sixty-mile an hour life-
(A) Revel (B) Satisfied and death race, agility and speed determine how
(C) Uphold (D) Overhaul the race ....188.... to an end. Whether the gazelle
178. Person who files a suit. can ....189.... the cheetah or the cheetah can
feed her cubs will be ....190.... by which animal
(A) Charger (B) Suitor
is faster and more agile. Both animals have
(C) Plaintiff (D) Accuse
skeletal and muscle structures that enable them
179. Governed by a sense of duty.
to be ....191.... swift and nimble. Southwest
(A) Conscious (B) Sensible
Airlines, like the cheetah and the gazelle, is lean
(C) Intelligent (D) Conscientious
and muscular and has quick .... 192.... its agility
180. The act of producing beautiful handwriting in quickly ....193.... people and reconfiguring
using a brush or a special pen. resources comes in part from its ....194....
(A) Hieroglyphics (B) Calligraphy communicat ion style. And its open
(C) Stenciling (D) Graphics communication is partly a function of its lean
Direction : In Question nos. 181 to 185, four structure and ....195.... code of conduct.
alternative are given for the Idiom/Phrase 186. (A) proceeding (B) leading
underlined in the sentence. Choose the alternative (C) pursuing (D) racing
which best expresses the meaning of the Idiom/ 187. (A) bind (B) engage
Phrase and mark it in the Answer Sheet. (C) conflict (D) interlock
181. He was a king who ruled his subjects with 188. (A) comes (B) meets
a high hand. (C) finishes (D) goes
(A) oppressively 189. (A) refrain (B) void
(B) kindly (C) quash (D) baffle
(C) conveniently 190. (A) determined (B) ended
(D) sympathetically (C) claimed (D) defined
182. He did me a good turn by recommending me 191. (A) incredibly (B) excitedly
for the post of co-ordinator. (C) ironically (D) expectedly
(A) became suddenly good 192. (A) stimulation (B) actions
(B) improved my prospects (C) positions (D) reflexes
(C) did an act of kindness 193. (A) rendering (B) mobilizing
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194. (A) smooth (B) complex employ very little props and images the human
(C) defined (D) streamlined body becomes the main tool in which
195. (A) lively (B) lax choreography, mime, dialogues, songs and
(C) informal (D) non-existent slogans are extensively used.
Direction : In Question nos. 196 to 200, you have Street theatre is one of the most intimate media.
a passage. Read the passage carefully and Its appeal is to the emotions leading to quick
choose the best answer to each question out of psychological impact on audiences. By being local
the four alternatives and mark it by blackening and live they also are able to establish not only
the appropriate oval [ ] in the Answer Sheet. direct contact with the audience, but by being
Street theatre in India is a well established cost-effective and flexible they are popular among
ancient art form. Despite the proliferation of all age groups.
modern means of entertainment and 196. Modern means of entertainment and
communication, street theatre continues to communication ..... street theatre.
flourish in India. Street theatre as a channel of (A) does affect (B) does not affect
communication has for centuries been (C) helps popularize (D) help establish
propagating reforms by highlighting social, 197. In the olden days street theatre ..... to
economic and political issues present in the villages or small localities of the city.
society. (A) was restricted (B) was not restricted
Unlike in the olden days, its performance is no (C) was opened (D) was entertained
longer restricted to villages or small localities of 198. Street theatre usually.....with issues of
the city. Today small groups of performers public importance.
including students, would stage performances to (A) is distanced (B) is performed
mobilize public opinion or to help create or raise (C) deals (D) does not deal
awareness over a particular public importance. 199. Street theatre is ..... to stage.
Themes on substance abuse, AIDS awareness (A) nothing (B) costly
and domestic violence are some of the areas (C) reasonable (D) affordable
highlighted by contemporary street theatre 200. Street theatre creates an/a ..... impact on
troupe, Unlike regular drama, street drama audiences.
(A) intimate (B) emotional
(C) mystical (D) physical

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