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University of Allahabad

UGAT- 2011
B.A., B.Sc., B.Sc. (Applied Science), B.Sc. (Home Science), B.Com.
Session 2011-12
Content
1. UGAT-2011 important informations ... 1
2. What is UGAT-2011 ? ... 3
3. How to obtain UGAT-2011 Registration Form ? ... 3
4. Eligibility for UGAT-2011 ... 3
5. How to fill UGAT-2011 Online Registration. ... 3
6. How to fill UGAT-2011 OMR Registration Form ? ... 3
7. Column wise filling of OMR Registration Form. ... 6
8. How to Submit the Form ? ... 8
9. Admit Card ... 9
10. Test Centres ... 9
11. Test Schedule ... 9
12. How to mark entries in the Answer Sheet ? ... 9
13. Would you like to answer the questions on guess ? ... 9
14. Negative marking ... 9
15. Test Syllabus ... 10
16. Abridged Admission Rules ... 11
17. Test Results ... 12
18. Counseling and Admission Process ... 12
19. Documents to be presented at the time of Admission ... 13
20. Model questions of B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. ... 14
21. Annexure 1-6 ... 38
UGAT- 2011
Important Informations
1. This information brochure is for the general guidance of the applicants. The Admission Test and
admission to the first year degree course shall be governed by the relevant provisions of the
University of Allahabad Act, 2005 and the first ordinance made under Section 29 (2) of University
of Allahabad Act, 2005.
2. The information/executive instructions of the Government of India, the regulations / norms issued
by the University Grants Commission (UGC) and the orders / judgments of the Hon'ble Supreme
Court of India and the Hon'ble High Court at Allahabad shall be strictly followed with regard to
reservation of seats in admission to the degree courses mentioned above.
3. The information in the brochure is complete. However, any subsequent change will be made
available on our website 'www.auadmission.net'. The admission to any degree course is
suggestive of the fact that the terms and conditions laid down in this brochure are acceptable to the
candidate and his/her guardian. The existing provisions of the Act, Statutes, Ordinance and Rules
framed by the University and those modified from time to time shall govern the candidate. Any
change in the rule, regulations, fee, special conditions, etc. shall mutatis mutandis apply to the
admitted student.
4. The University of Allahabad reserves all the rights to conduct UGAT-2011 and any decision taken
by the University in this regard shall be final and binding on all applicants.
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5. UGAT-2011 is the combined Admission Test for admission to only regular degree courses offered
by the University of Allahabad and its Constituent Colleges, namely, Allahabad Degree College,
Arya Kanya Degree College, CMP Degree College, Iswar Saran Degree College, Jagat Taran
Girls Degree Colleg, Rajarshi Tandon Mahila Mahavidyalaya, S.S. Khanna Girls Degree College
and Shyama Prasad Mukherji Degree College. Only those applicants who qualify this
Entrance Test will be eligible for admissions to the University and its Constituent Colleges.
(Note : Ewing Christian College and Hamidia Girls Degree College are minority institutions
and are not included in this Admission Test).
6. The admission Test and admission shall be made only as per the published scheme. No change
shall be made in this scheme on the ground that the candidate's qualifying examination result is
not declared, or no mark sheet has been issued to the candidate, or the candidate has to appear in
supplementary examination, etc. However, the University reserves the right to change the dates of
Admission Test or admission, if confronted with any special circumstances. A candidate who fails
to be present for counseling for admission on the date fixed by the University will forfeit his /her
claim.
7. It shall be the duty of the applicant to produce the prescribed/desired documents for admission. In
case of non-production of the desired documents, his/her claim for admission will automatically
stand cancelled. The information regarding the desired documents is published in this brochure
and any additional information will be published from time to time.
8. The applicant is advised to remain vigilant in collecting information published by the University
regarding the Admission Test, its results and other such details from relevant sources. The
University shall not be responsible if the applicant fails to collect such information.
9. The information regarding the Admission Test and admission process will be published on the
university website www.auadmission.net and will also be published in the local newspaper of
the Allahabad City.
10. The information supplied by the applicant in his/her application (i.e. Online/OMR
Registration) shall be final. Any subsequent change in the Online/OMR Registration Form
will not be allowed. If any information provided by the applicant is found to be false or
forged at any stage, his/her admission shall be cancelled and he/she may be liable for
prosecution under the law.
11. The applicant is advised to preserve the photocopy/printout of Online Registration/OMR
Form, Acknowledgement slip and the Fee Payment Challan/slip and for future
correspondence and reference.
12. Results declared by the University shall be final. There is no provision for scrutiny of
Answer Sheets.
13. Ragging in the University of Allahabad and its Constituent Colleges is strictly prohibited as
per orders of the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India. The orders of Hon'ble Supreme Court have
been communicated by the UGC letter no. Fl-1(2006 (CPP-II) dated March 4, 2008. If any
incident of ragging is reported it will invite stringent penal action according to law and as per
directives of Hon'ble Supreme Court of India.
14. Disputes related to admission shall be under the jurisdiction of the Hon'ble Allahabad High Court
of judicature at Allahabad only.

Note : Candidate desirous of seeking admission in B.P.E., B.Mus. and B.F.A. should contact the
respective Department of the University.
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What is UGAT 2011 ?
UGAT-2011 is the entrance examination for the session 2011-12 for admission to the regular
degree courses only i.e. B.A., B.Com., B.Sc., B.Sc. (Applied Science) and B.Sc. (Home Science) of the
University of Allahabad and its eight Constituent Colleges. This entrance examination will be held at
Allahabad, Gorakhpur, Bareilly, Bhubaneshwar, Delhi, Patna and Bhopal centers.
How to obtain UGAT 2011 Registration Form ?
Online Registration can be done at the university website www.auadmission.net and
candidates can submit it without having to visit the university for collecting and submitting the form.
OMR Forms along with information brochure will also be available for purchase from Pravesh
Bhawan, Chaitham Lines, University of Allahabad, Allahabad-21102 U.P. on all days including
holidays between 10.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. on cash payment of Rs, 600/- for General and OBC candidates
and Rs. 300/- for Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribe and Physically Handicapped applicants. Online
registration at website www.auadmission.net is starting from 4 April, 2011 and sale of OMR forms
from Pravesh Bhawan will start from 4 April, 2011. Last date of online submission and
submission of OMR form is 24 April, 2011. Applicants are hereby informed that in no case the UGAT-
2011 Registration Form shall be sent to them by post. The Registration
Eligibility for UGAT 2011
1. An applicant who has passed or appeared in any stream of the intermediate examination
conducted by the U.P. Board/C.B.S.E./I.C.S.E. or an examination equivalent there to is eligible to
apply for the Undergraduate Admission Tests for B.A. and B.Com.
2. An applicant who has passed or appeared at the above examination with Science Group is eligible
to apply for the Undergraduate Admission Test for B.Sc./B.Sc. (Applied Science).
3. Only such female applicants who have passed or appeared at the above examination either with
(a) Science Group, or (b) with any other Group having Home Science as one of the subjects after
having passed the High School (or equivalent) examination with science Group are eligible to
apply for the Undergraduate Admission test for B.Sc. (Home Science).

Note : A candidate who holds a Bachelor's Degree in any stream is not eligible to apply for any of
the streams of UGAT 2011.

UGAT -2011 Registration Form


Registration for UGAT-2011 can be done by any of the two options.
(a) Online Registration at www.auadmission.net
(b) OMR Registration Form
How to fill UGAT 2011 Online Registration ?
Candidates can submit online form for the UGAT-2011 test at the website
www.auadmission.net The website provides all the information required for online form submission.
Online Prospectus :
The prospectus for UGAT-2011 is available on the website www.auadmission.net and the
admission seeking candidates can visit the website and download it. Candidates are advised to read the
prospectus carefully before applying.
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Process of filling up the Online Registration Form :
Candidates willing to submit the Online form are first required to deposit the applicable fees
and then open website www.auadmission.net and submit their online form.
Process for depositing the fees for online form :
For Online Registration the candidates are required to download the Challan of State Bank of
India form the website and fill it up correctly by mentioning all the details required. The bank account
number UGAT-2011 has to be clearly mentioned along with the applicable fee which is Rs. 600./- in
case of General and OBC Candidates and Rs. 300/- in case of SC/ST/PH candidates. The completed
challan along with the fees can be deposited at any of the branches of State Bank of India. State Bank
will give a unique 9 digit receipt number on acceptance of the fee and this number is to be entered by the
applicant on the online form. If the fee payment receipt number entered by the candidate does not
match with the details provided by the bank to the university then admit card will not be issued
and application will be cancelled. Bank will also give tow copies (student copy and university copy)
of the challan to the candidate. The student is required to bring the original university copy of
challan along with its Admit Card to the Test Centre and submit it at the time of Test.
Requirements for Online Registration Form Submission :
Admission aspirants are required to have scanned copy of their coloured photocopy of passport
size and scanned copy of their signature. These scanned copies of photo and signature are required to be
uploaded during the online form submission. The specification of the scanned copy of the photograph
and the signature are provided in the "How to fill Online Form" section of the website. All aspirants
filling the online form are advised to read the instructions to fill up the online form which has all the
pre0requisite and the guidelines. Upon successful submission of the form the candidates will be given a
unique Application ID and a password. If the candidate has provided their email ID in the online form
then a registration email will also be sent to the candidate which will have the Application ID and the
Password details. The candidates can use this Application ID and the password to login to the website
and view or print their forms and download their admit cards, when enabled. The forms submitted
online can be printed and reviewed by the applicant. If they find any mistake in the data entered by them
then they can login to the website using their Application ID and the password and edit their forms and
save them again. The Online Forms can be edited and saved for any correction required within 3 days of
the date of submission or the last date of online submission, which ever is earlier. After the editing
period of the form is over then no correction will be allowed and the candidates will be responsible for
the data submitted by them.
Candidates are also advised to view their photograph and the signature uploaded in the online
form and it should match with the sample provided in the "How to fill the online form" section of the
website. If the photograph or the signature uploaded by the applicant is not as per the guidelines then
their application is liable to be rejected.
Help Deck : For the convenience of the online applicants Help Desk has been setup for the Online Form
Submission and the phone numbers 9450618213 & 9450627883 are available on
www.auadmission.com. Candidates are responsible for ensuring that the information entered by them
on the online form are true and correct in all respect.
How to fill OMR Registration Form ?
1. OMR Registration Form, designed on Optical Mark Recognition (OMR) technology in which
'oval' filled by black ballpoint pen are recognized by the computer and are preserved in
electronic form for future use.
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2. The OMR Registration Form is an important document. Do not mutilate or spoil it. Do not fold it
from any other place, which has not been specified. Do not write any other thing unless
otherwise asked to and do not make any symbol/mark on it either by pen or pencil.
3. The University may cancel the candidature of such applicants who furnish incomplete,
wrong or deliberate misinformation; or conceal the facts in Online/OMR Registration
Form.
4. The information provided and the data supplied by the applicant through the Registration Form
shall be preserved in the University. The University shall use the data for various purposes; hence,
in no case shall any change be allowed at a later stage. Therefore , all the information must be
furnished correctly, completely and clearly by the applicant himself/herself as per the instruction
given in the website or brochure.
5. If an applicant fails to follow the instructions/rules printed in this brochure and fills the OMR
Registration Form illegibly or the Form is left incomplete; and, because of these reasons if the
computer fails to scan the OMR Registration Form, the applicant shall be responsible for such an
error and in that case the University reserves the right to cancel the candidature of such an
applicant.
6. In the OMR Registration Form the required 'ovals' are to be blackened carefully by a black
ballpoint pen, Fill the corresponding boxes using capital letters of English alphabet clearly by a
black ballpoint pen only. Write only one letter in one box. Be careful and avoid
cutting/overwriting.
For Example
Correct Method A B H I S H E K D E Y

Wrong Method a b h i s h e k d e y
How to blacken ovals
Correct Method A B C D

Wrong Method A B C D

7. Do not enclose any document along with the filled-in OMR Registration Form at the time of
submission.
8. A special identification mark (bar code ) has been provided on each OMR
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Registration Form, which is unique for every form. Therefore, submit the original
Registration Form only to the University Admission Office at Pravesh Bhawan. A
photocopy or any other copy of the Registration Form or its duplicate will in no case be
accepted.
9. The applicant should fill and sign at specified places in the OMR Registration Form by
himself/herself. If at any stage the signature of the applicant is found to be forged or has not
been done by the candidate himself/herself, his/her candidature is liable to be cancelled.
10. The Acknowledgement slip (which is part of the OMR Registration Form) will be detached
at the time of the submission of the form at the Pravesh Bhavan counter of the University
and will be returned to the applicant or his/her representative after stamping it.
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Column wise filling of OMR Registration Form
Note : (a)The information in the OMR Registration Form should be filled by using black ballpoint
pen only.
(b) This form should be filled with utmost care and without any error. The applicant is advised
to practice filling of the 'form' on a photocopy of the OMR Registration Form first, then
check for errors (if any) and completely fill the original form correctly.
(c) Please preserve a photocopy of the completely and correctly filled-in OMR
Registration Form for future reference.
Column 1 : Test Desired- Blacken only one oval against the course you are eligible and interested in.
Column 2 : Test Centre : Blacken only one oval among the test centres
(i) Allahabad (ii) Gorakhpur (iii) Bareilly (iv) Bhubaneshwar
(v) Delhi (vi) Patna (vii) Bhopal
Column 3 : Name of the Applicant : Write your name as it appears in your High School or
equivalent certificate, using CAPITAL LETTERS. Blacken the corresponding ovals.
Do not write Surname first . Leave one box blank between First and Middle name and
one between Middle and Surname in the same order. Do not use Mr. / Shri / Kumari /
Shrimati / Mr. / Dr. / Ms. etc before the name. Firstly the applicant must ensure the
number of boxes required for writing the full name on a blank paper. Enough boxes have
been provided for the purpose. Yet the name may be condensed in the following manner.
For example, SACHIDANAND HIRANAND VATSYAYANAGYEYA may be written
as SACHIDANAND H V AGYEYA.
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Column 4: Date of Birth : Enter one digit in each box indicating the date, month and year of your
birth. If you are using a single digit, write 'Zero' before it. Blacken the corresponding
ovals.
Column 5: Social Category : Blacken the corresponding oval representing your social category.
Reservation shall apply as per Central Government rule, for Candidates of Reserved
Category qualifying in General Merit shall be given seats of General Candidates.
No change in category shall be entertained after submission of OMR Registration
Form.
Column 6: Annual Family Income : Blacken the oval of the applicable option i.e. less than 1 lac,
between 1-2 lacs and more than 2 lacs.
Column 7: (a) Qualifying Examination : Blacken the oval representing the name of the
Examination Board, which has conducted the qualifying examination, i.e.
intermediate or equivalent examination (10+2). In case, if the Examination Board
does not fall within the first three categories, blacken the category, 'OTHER'.
(b) Qualifying Examination Year : Write the year of the Qualifying Examination in
the boxes and blacken the corresponding ovals.
(c) Qualifying Examination Roll No. : Write the Roll no. of the qualifying
examination in the boxes and blacken the corresponding ovals.
(d) High School Roll No. : There are nine boxes one for each digit, if your Roll no. is
shorter than nine digits, prefix zero/zeres to make it a nine-digit number.
Example 9903 0 0 0 0 0 9 9 0 3
Column 8: Gender : Blacken the oval representing your gender.
Column 9 : Weightage Claimed :
(a) Blacken the oval applicable to candidate after studying carefully the Rules 5a, 5b
and 3c of the "Abridged Admission Rules",
(b) Blacken the ovals after studying carefully the rule 6 of the 'Abridged Admission
Rules'. Obtained OMR Registration Form as per your social category (Note : For
SC, ST and Physical Handicapped separate OMR Registration Forms are
available). If a candidate submits a Registration Form other than his/her
social category, his / her candidature shall be cancelled.
Column 10 : Father's Name : Fill in the complete name of your father in the boxes and blacken the
corresponding ovals as per the instruction given in Column 3.
Column 11: Mother's Name : Fill in the complete name of your mother in the boxes and blacken the
corresponding ovals as per the directions given at Column 3.
Column 12: Nationality : Blacken the appropriate oval whether
(i) Foreigner (ii) Indian (iii) NRI
Column 13: If Minority Community :
Blacken the appropriate oval of the minority category to which you belong
(i) Buddhist (ii) Christian (iii) Jain (iv) Muslim (v) Parsi and (vi) Sikh
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Column 14 : Blood-Group : Blacken the appropriate oval after confirming your blood group.
Column 15: Name and full mailing Address : The applicant should write in BLOCK letters (using
black ball point pen) his/her name, full postal address and also the pin code, where
he/she wants his/her admit card to be posted. The postal address should clearly bear
applicant's name, father/guardian's name. House no., Street no., Mohalla / Village / Tola,
Post Office, District and State. The scanned image of the address furnished by the
applicant will, as such, be used for generating the postal address.
Column 16: Photograph & Signature : Paste your recent clear colour photograph (3.4 x 4.5 cm),
bearing your name, in the box provided for this purpose (The applicant is advised to
get him-self/herself photographed by putting the name plate in front of him/her, so
that the photograph should bear the name of the applicant clearly). No attestation is
required on the photograph. It is to be noted that the same photograph shall be used on
the admit card and attendance sheet of the UGAT-2011 and also on other important
documents such as identity card, admit card of U.G. main examination, etc. after
admission. In no case the photograph shall be changed after admission to the course. Put
your signature in the specified box. This signature should match the signature of
applicant at the time o Admission Test. In case the two signature don't match, the
applicant to be debarred from the Test.
Column 17: Name and full mailing Address: The applicant should write in BLOCK letters (using
black ball point pen) his/her name, full postal address and also the pin code, where
he/she wants his/her admit card to be posted. The postal address should clearly bear
applicant's name, father/guardian's name, House no., Street no., Mohalla / Village / Tola,
post Office, District and State. The scanned image of the address furnished by the
applicant will, as such, be used for generating the postal address.
Column 18: Declaration : Read the declaration and put your signature at appropriate place on the
other side of the OMR Registration From. Acknowledgment : The applicant must fill
the Acknowledgment slip by providing his/her name, Father's name, Test desired and
mailing address (As given in Column no. 14). This acknowledgment shall be detached
and be given back to the to the applicant after the University receives the filled-in OMR
Registration Form by hand.
How to submit the Form ?
1. After completing the OMR Registration Form the applicants should submit the same in prescribed
envelop at Pravesh Bhavan (Chatham Line), University of Allahabad between 4th April and
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24 April, 2011 up to 4.00 p.m. personally/or through representative and receive the
acknowledgment slip.
2. An applicant desirous of applying for admission to more than one stream/faculty, is eligible, shall
be required to fill separate Registration Form for each stream/faculty.
3. The applicant must submit each Registration Form in a separate envelop and superscribe the name
of the course applied for.

IMPORTANT NOTE
The University will not accept any OMR registration form by post.
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Admit Card :
Admit Card for all the valid applications received by the University will be processed and
enabled on the website www.auadmission.net. The Candidates can download their admit card from the
website after entering their OMR Application Number and date of birth in case of OMR
Registration and Application ID and Date of Birth in case of Online Registration. ALL Admit
Card will be uploaded for all the valid application by 7th May, 2011. University will not be sending
any admit card by post or distribute them from the counters.
Test Centres :
The Admission Test will be held at different centers in the city of Allahabad besides
Gorakhpur, Bareilly, Bhubanehwar, Delhi, Patna and Bhopal. The name of the Test Centers will
be explicitly written on the Admit Card of the applicant and will not be changed in any case. No
traveling allowances will be paid to the applicant appearing in the Test. If the total number of
candidates for a particular center is not sufficient then the university reserves the right to cancel
that center and allocate the nearest center to such candidates.
Test Schedule :
See the Examination scheme mentioned on the back cover page of the Brochure and also
the website www.auadmission.net.
Note : 1. Even if the day of the admission test is declared a Public holiday, the examination will be
held a per above schedule.
2. The applicant is advised to reach the Test Center Center half an hour before the
commencement of the examination.
How to make entries in the Answer Sheet ?
1. All the entries of the Answer Sheet should be filled with black ball point pen only.
2. A specimen of Answer Sheet is given in this booklet, against each Question No. there are four
ovals. Each oval has a letter a, b, c or d printed inside it. After reading a question carefully you
should select the right answer, then go to the Answer Sheet and blacken the correct corresponding
alphabet-bearing oval.
How to blacken ovals
Correct Method A B C D

Wrong Method A B C D

For each question, the applicant has only one correct option. In case, if more than option is
marked by the applicant, answer will be treated as incorrect even if it contains the right option.
Would you like to answer the question on guess ?
Negative Marking :
The mode of deductable (negative) evaluation system is applicable. For every correct
answer 03 marks will be awarded, but for every wrong answer 01 marks will be deducted.
Therefore, the applicant is advised not to answer question purely on guess. Be sure before replying a
question. If the candidate resorts to pure work while answering question, there are fair chances that the
total score will be reduced.
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Test Syllabus
The Admission Test will be of two hours duration. Every candidate has to answer 150
questions from multiple choice questions. For every correct answer, 03 marks will be awarded and
for every wrong answer 01 mark will be deducted.
(A) B.A. Admission Test
1. English or Hindi (Language and Literature) 25 questions
The candidate will opt for one of these two options. The questions will be framed to assess the
applicant's understanding of the literature, language, vocabulary, grammar, unseen passage,
etc.
2. General Awareness 25 questions
There is no fixed syllabus for this. Questions pertaining to events affecting social, economic
and political development will be asked in this section. The question will be of Intermediate
standard.
3. General Mental Ability Test 25 questions
In this section, questions related to logic and analytical faculty, assessment of
interrelationship and other related mental exercise will be asked.
4. Knowledge Test 75 questions
Out of the seven subjects, namely, Civics, Economics, Geography, History, Logic, Sanskrit
and Urdu, each subject will have 25 questions of Intermediate level. The candidate will have
to opt any three subjects from amongst these.
(B) B.Sc. Admission Test :
Common to B.Sc. (Biology), B.Sc. (Mathematics), B.Sc. (Applied Science), B.Sc. (Home
Science), B.Sc. (Math) + B.Sc. (App. Sc.), B.Sc. (Bio) + B.Sc. (App. Sc.), B.Sc. (bio) + B.Sc.
(Home Sc.), B.Sc. (Math) + B.Sc. (Home Sc.).
1. General English or General Hindi 20 questions
The candidate will opt one of the above two subjects. Question related with vocabulary,
spelling and grammar will be asked in this section.
2. General Awareness 10 questions
There is no fixed syllabus for this. Questions pertaining to events social, economic and
political development will be asked in this section. The questions will be of Intermediate
standard.
3. Science Group (intermediate level) 120 questions
There will be 40 questions in each of the following four subjects : 1. Physics, 2. Chemistry, 3.
Mathematics and 4. Biology. Candidates of maths stream have to select 120 questions from
Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and that of Biology stream have to select 120 questions
from Physics, Chemistry and Biology. However, candidates, who have applied for B.Sc.
(Applied Science) and B.Sc. (Home Science) may opt any three subjects from these.
Candidates who have applied for B.Sc. (Maths + Applied Science) & B.Sc. (Maths & Home
Science) have to select 120 questions from physics, Chemistry and mathematics and those
who have to select 120 questions from physics, chemistry and biology.
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(C) B.Com. Admission Test
1. General English or General Hindi 20 questions
The candidate will opt one of the above two subjects. Questions related with vocabulary
spelling and grammar will be asked in this section.
2. General Awareness 10 questions
There is no fixed syllabus for this. Questions pertaining to event affecting social, economic
and political development will be asked in this section. The questions will be of intermediate
standard.
3. Commerce (Intermediate Level) 120 questions
The section wise break-up of units and the number of questions asked will be as follow :
(i) Accountancy 40 questions (v) Economics 10 questions
(ii) Business Method 20 questions (vi) Insurance 05 questions
(iii) Currency 20 questions (vii) Management 05 questions
(iv) Banking 20 questions
Abridged Admission Rules
For details please see the B.A., B.Sc., B.Sc. (Applied Science), B.Sc. (Home Science), B.Com.
Admission Test Ordinances and Regulations (In case of any controversy, the English version of the
brochure will be accepted):
1. All candidates seeking admission to B.A., B.Sc., B.Sc. (Applied Science), B.Sc. (Home Science),
and B.Com. Part I class have to appear in the Admission Test for that subject combination/stream.
2. The foreign national who, having passed the qualifying examination has applied through the
Department of Education, Ministry of Human Resources Development, Government of India is
exempted from the Admission Test. Such a candidate may be admitted to a course of study on the
recommendations of the Foreign Student Advisory Board of the University. The nominated
candidate must apply before the completion of admission process otherwise his/her candidature
shall not be considered.
3. The following proportion of the approved seats in each subject-course will be reserved for
candidates belonging to scheduled castes (SC) category, the scheduled Tribes (ST) Category and
other backward classes (OBCs).
(a) For candidates belonging to SC category : 15%
(b) For candidates belonging to ST category : 7.5%
(c) For candidates belonging to OBCs category : 27% for the session -2011-12 as per
THE CENTRAL EDUCATION INSTITUTION (Reservation in Admission) ACT, 2006
and also as per the letter of the Ministry of the Human Resource Development regarding
implementation of Reservation in Admission in respect of persons belonging to Socially and
Educationally Backward Classes (OBCs).
(d) Physically Handicapped : 3% (1% Hearing impaired, 1%
visually impaired, 1% Orthopaedic
disability)
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4. There shall be separate merit lists for General (i.e. unreserved category), Other Backward Classes,
Schedule Caste, Schedule Tribe and Physically Handicapped candidates.
5. Weightage / Premium Awarded on the Test Score : Due weightage / premium shall be awarded
on the Test Score of an applicant only when such a claim has been made in the OMR Registration
Form. Applicant will be entitled to have only one of the following weightage / premiums.
(a) 5% premium to an applicant who holds the NCC 'B' and 10% premium to an applicant who
holds NCC 'C' Certificate.
(b) Weightage as per Central Government norms for the year 2010 shall be given to Kashmiri
migrants.
6. The candidature of outstanding sports person shall be determined on the recommendation of the
Athletic Association, based on the standards decided by the Association. Such candidates
however, must appear in the Admission Test.
7. A premium/weightage or special consideration may be granted only when the candidate has made
such a claim in the Registration Form and presents the required documents and certificates at the
time of admission. The order of merit for admission shall be determined on the basis of computed
marks of the candidate as under. Computed Mars = Candidate' Test Score + Weightage / Premium
(if any).
8. If two or more candidates obtain the same computed total marks, their relative merit for the
purpose of admission and/or allotment of subject(s) shall be determined on the following basis:
(a) The mark obtained by the candidate in the Intermediate or equivalent examination.
(b) In case the marks obtained by the two candidates in the Intermediate or equivalent
examinations are equal then the mark obtained by the two candidates in the High School or
equivalent examination.
(c) In case the marks obtained by the two candidates in the High School or equivalent
examination are also equal then the draw of lots.
Test Results
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(i) The total results of UGAT-2011 will be announced by 11 June, 2011
(ii) The results can be seen on the university website www.auadmission.net, local news
papers and notice board of Pravesh Bhawan.
Counseling and Admission Process
1. Admission will be made from 15 June, 2011 by the process of 'Counseling'. The details of
information regarding the counseling will be published in local newspaper, and will also be
available on University website www.alldunivpio.org and www.auadmission.net. No
information regarding 'Counseling' will be given to the candidate individually, and no inquiries in
this regard will be entertained.
2. The purpose of 'Counseling' is to help provide information regarding the availability of seats in
accordance to the merit.
3. The counseling and admission will be done separately and simultaneously in University and its
Constituent Colleges. However, the admissions of Rajshri Tandon Mahila Mahavidyalaya (A
constituent college of the Allahabad University for girls students will be done from the Pravesh
Bhawan)
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4. If the candidate does not turn up for admission at required place on advertised date/time/merit
list/curriculum/ and availability of the eats (published in local newspapers from time to
time)along with the required documents, he/she will lose his/her chance of admission, and the seat
will be allocated to the next candidate.
Documents to be presented at the time of admission.
(Without these documents applicants' claim will not be entertained)
(a) High school or equivalent examination mark-sheet and certificate in original along with a photo-
copy thereof.
(b) Intermediate or equivalent examination mark-sheet and Certificate in original alongwith a photo-
copy thereof.
(c) Original Transfer Certificate/Migration certificate for regular candidates at the Qualifying
Examination. Affidavit duly attested by a Notary/Public Commissioner for private candidates at
the Qualifying Examination.
(d) Original Test Admit Card issued by the University/original and photocopy of the Exemption
Letter issued by the Co-ordinator UGAT 2011.
(e) Admission fee in cash to be deposited at the time of admission in the respective units (see,
Annexure 5).
(f) Additional documents to be produced by the candidates claiming weightage / premium/special
consideration :
i. For SC/ST and OBC candidates governed by Rule 3(a), 3(b) and 3(c) : Caste certificate in
original and a photocopy thereof,
ii. For the applicants governed by Rule 3(d): Original and a photocopy of the certificate of
Physical Disability (Visual, Hearing, Orthopaedic) issued by the Chief Medical Officer of
District Hospital or by the Viklang Kendra, Allahabad and to appear before a Board of
Doctors to assess the intensity of disability/challenge.
iii. For the applicants governed by Rule 5(a): Original and a photocopy of the NCC 'B', NCC 'C'
certificate,
iv. For the applicants governed by Rule 5(b): Original and a photocopy of the certificate issued
by competent authority for Kashmiri Migrants. The relief given to the Kashmiri Migrants
will be in accordance to norms laid down by central government.
V. For the applicants governed by Rule 6: Original and photocopy of certificates of national
level.
(g) Income certificate issued by competent authority/officer in case of Annual Family Income is less
than 1 Lac.
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Model Question In the underlined portion (1), (2) and (3) of the sentence
English Language and Literature above
1. Comprehension (a) (1) contains an error.
"One day Lord Gautam Buddha came to a (b) (2) contains an error.
city preaching his gospel. In that city lived a widow (c) (3) contains an error
who only a few days before has lost her only son. (d) (4) There is no error.
Hearing that Lord Gautam Buddha was in town, she (Answer c)
carried to him the rotting body of her boy and said 3. Vocabulary
"Lord, I am a widow and this was my only child, Type I
please bring him back of life." The Buddha was all
Quit means
compassion, 'Mother', he said, "get handful of
(a) Leave (b) Yes, right)
mustard seeds from a home where there has been no
death and I shall bring your son back to life." The (c) calm (d) a liquid measure
widow rose. From morning till evening she went (Answer a)
knocking from door to door and asking for a handful Or
of mustard seeds. Every housewife was willing to Currant is
give her the seeds but she found no home where had (a) electricity (c) modern
been no death. Somewhere the father has died, (b) A flow of something (d) a kind of raisin.
somewhere a son, or a daughter. At night the widow (Answer d)
came back to Gautam Buddha and bowing before Type II
him said, "Lord make me your disciple". Why did From the list below choose one word meaning "belong
the widow have to go to so many houses asking for a to the present or recent times.
handily of mustard seeds ?
(a) eternal (b) contemporary)
(a) Because nobody wanted give her the seed.
(c) historical (d) chronological
(b) Because nobody kept mustard seeds at home.
(Answer b)
(c) Because the Buddha was very clever.
Type III
(d) Because nobody fulfilled the condition for
Choose from the following words an antonym for
giving her the seed.
'rational'.
(Answer d)
(a) illogical (b) emotional
2. Grammar and Usage
(c) foolish (d) silly
Type I
(Answer a)
Which one of the following is grammatically
Type IV
correct ?
Which one of the following sets of words has been
(a) I am having a good friend who gave me a cat.
rightly paired ?
(b) I have a good friend who gave me a cat.
(a) bull, grunts (b) buffalo, trumpets
(c) I have a best friend who gave me a cat.
(c) lion, howls (d) horse, neighs
(d) I have a good friends who gave me a cat.
(Answer d)
(Answer b)
4. Spelling
Type II
Type I
The fat man said to the thin man. "For three Days
Which one of the following words has been misspelt ?
(1) (2)
(a) leisure (b) perceive
late no any food.
(c) neither (d) neice
(3)
(Answer d)
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Type II (c) Meyo Gvekesâ ceve mes škeâjeles Les~
Which one of the following sets of words has been
wrongly paired ?
(d) Gmes MeyoeW keâe DeLe& mecePeves ceW keâef"veeFÙeeB nesleer Leer~
(a) hot-cold (b) moving-stationary (Gòej d)
(c) brave-cowardly (d) quite-noise (keâ) Jele&veer
(Answer d) ØeLece Øekeâej
Type III
After his illness he was adviced to take
efvecveefueefKele Meyo ¤heeW ceW mes Jele&veer keâe mener ¤he keâewve mee nw ?
(1) (2) (a) efšheCeer (b) efšhheÌ[er
sufficient rest . (c) efšhheCeer (d) efšhheefCe
(3)
In the underlined portion (1), (2) and (3) of the
(Gòej c)
sentence above efÉleerÙe Øekeâej
(a) (1) contains an error. efvecveefueefKele MeyoeW ceW mes ieuele Meyo keâewve mee nw ?
(b) (2) contains an error.
(a) efvemJeeme (b) Dele:
(c) (3) contains an error
(d) (4) There is no error. (c) hegveMÛe (d) Øeele:keâeue
(Answer b) (Gòej a)
efnvoer Yee<ee leLee meeefnlÙe le=leerÙe Øekeâej
DeJeyeesOeve efvecveefueefKele efceueles-pegueles MeyoeW ceW mes ieuele Jele&veer Jeeuee Meyo keâewve
efvecveefueefKele ieÅeebMe keâes heefÌ{Ùes Deewj Devle ceW efoÙes ieÙes ØeMveeW keâe mee nw ?
Gòej oerefpeS~ (a) œe°e (b) mepe&ve
''efÛe$eeW kesâ veerÛes efueKe cepecetveeW ves meerOeer meeoer Yee<ee ceW (c) meie& (d) efßebieej
otmejs osMeeW Deewj otmejs ueesieeW mes cesje heefjÛeÙe keâjeÙee~ Deleerle (Gòej d)
Deewj Jele&ceeve keâer yengle meer IešveeDeeW kesâ yeejs ceW yeleeÙee efpeveceW mes (Ke) MeyoeJeueer
keâF& cesjer mecePe ceW ve Deeleer Deewj Fmemes cesje ùoÙe keâÛeesš G"lee~
ØeLece Øekeâej
keâYeer-keâYeer leerj keâer YeeBefle kegâÚ Meyo cesjs efoceeie ceW Deekeâj
škeâjeles nQb~ Ùes Meyo cesjs peer keâe pebpeeue yeve peeles Deewj cesjs ''peye ceQ meceejesn ceW hengBÛee lees meYeer ueesie cesjer ...... keâj jns Les~''
efoceeie ceW hewâuekeâj Flevee hewâueles yeÌ{les keâer efmeJee Gvekesâ kegâÚ Deewj GheÙeg&òeâ JeekeäÙe ceW efjòeâ ceW efvecveefueefKele ceW mes keâewve-mee Meyo meyemes
ve megveeF& oslee Deewj cegPes ueielee nw efkeâ Fve MeyoeW kesâ DeLe& keâe helee GheÙegòeâ nw ?
ueieeS efyevee cesjer mecePe ceW kegâÚ veneR DeeÙesiee~ ceeveeW Ùes Meyo (a) Øeleer#ee (b) Dehes#ee
ØenefjÙeeW keâer YeeBefle meYeer jnmÙeeW kesâ Éeje KeÌ[s nes~ yengOee mecetÛes (c) DeeMee (d) DeYÙeLe&lee
JeekeäÙe cesjs efoceeie ceW Deškeâ keâj jn peeles, ceebme ceW Iegmeer ceebme (Gòej a)
keâer lejn Keškeâles Deewj cesjs efueS DevÙe efkeâmeer Deesj OÙeeve ueieevee
efÉleerÙe Øekeâej
DemecYeJe keâj osles nQ~''
efvecveefueefKele MeyoeW ceW mes keâewve-mee Meyo DevÙe leerve MeyoeW kesâ Jeie& ceW
uesKekeâ kesâ MeyoeW keâes Øenjer FmeefueS keâne nw efkeâ
veneR jKee pee mekeâlee nsw ?
(a) Meyo efÛe$eeW kesâ veerÛes efueKes Les~
(a) mvesn (b) Øesce
(b) MeyoeW kesâ ceeOÙece mes Jen Deheves keâes JÙeòeâ keâjlee nww~
(c) Devegjeie (d) menevegYetefle (Gòej d)
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le=leerÙe Øekeâej le=leerÙe Øekeâej
efvecveefueefKele ceW mes meeceevÙe Meyo keâe efJeueesce DeLe& metÛekeâ Meyo efvecveefueefKele JeekeäÙeeW ceW mes keâewve mee JeekeäÙe ieuele?
keâewve mee nw ? (a) Jecee& keâer meerceeDeeW hej Ûeerveer mesveeSB osKeer ieF&~
(a) DeceevÙe (b) efJeefMe° (b) ieeskeâea kesâ GhevÙeemeeW keâe efnvoer ceW DevegJeeo ngDee~
(c) ieesheeue keâer DeJemLee 15 Je<e& keâer nw~
(c)efJeue#eCe (d) GheÙeg&òeâ leerveeW ceW keâesF& veneR
(d) leerveeW JeekeäÙe mener nQ~
(Gòej b) efJe<eÙe-mebmke=âle
ÛelegLe& Øekeâej 1. ‘‘Deehe yeÇeåeCe keâes oeve osles nw'' JeekeäÙe keâe mebmke=âle ceW DevegJeeo
Gme JÙeefòeâ kesâ efueS pees YeeJeer IešveeDeeW keâes pevelee nw, nesiee-
efvecveefueefKele ceW mes keâewve mee Meyo GheÙegòeâ nw~ (a) YeieJeeved yeÇeåeCe Oeve ooeefle
(a) YeefJe<Ùe õ°e (b) %eeveer (b) YeJeeved yeÇeåeCe Oeve ooeefme
(c) pÙeesefle<eer (d) GheÙeg&òeâ ceW mes keâesF& veneR (c) YeJeeved yeÇeåeCeeÙe Oeve ooeefle
(Gòej c) (d) YeJeeved yeÇeåeceCeeÙe Oeveb ooeefme
hebÛece Øekeâej (Gòej d)
''veew oes iÙeejn nesvee'' keâe leelheÙe& nw- 2. keâeocyejer keâe jÛeefÙelee keâewve nQ-
(a) oes mebKÙeeDeeW keâes peesÌ[keâj yeÌ[er mebKÙee yeveevee (a) yeeCeYešdš (b) oC[er
(b) Demeceeve ueesieeW mes efce$elee nesvee (c) keâeefueoeme (d) YeJeYetefle
(c) Yeeie KeÌ[s nesvee (Gòej a)
(d) ÙeesiÙelee mes TBÛee G"vee 3. jIegJebMe efkeâme Øekeâej keâe keâeJÙe nw-
(Gòej c) (a) ieÅe keâeJÙe (b) cenekeâeJÙe
metÛevee: DevÙe Øekeâej kesâ ØeMve Yeer mecYeJe nw~ (c) veešdÙe keâeJÙe (d) KeC[ keâeJÙe
(ie) JÙeekeâjCe (Gòej b)
ØeLece Øekeâej efJe<eÙe-Got&
YeejleerÙe mesveeDeeW ves meodYeeJeeveeDeeW kesâ DeeOeej hej 1.
(1) (2) (a)
kegâÚ peieneW hej meÌ[keWâ "erkeâ keâj oer~ (b)
(3) (c)
(a) JeekeäÙeebMe (1) ceW $egefš nw (d)
(Gòej a)
(b) JeekeäÙeebMe (2) ceW $egefš nw 2.
(c) JeekeäÙeebMe (3) ceW $egefš nw (a)
(d) efkeâmeer ceW $egefš veneR nw~ (b)
(c)
(Gòej b) (d)
efÉleerÙe Øekeâej (Gòej d)
''ieg™peer..... Dee%ee ceevevee nceeje keâòe&JÙe nw~'' GheÙeg&òeâ 3.
JeekeäÙeebMe kesâ efjòeâ mLeeve ceW keâewve mee keâejkeâ efÛevn nesiee? (a)
(a) keâe (b) kesâ (b)
(c) keâer (d) oesveeW nes mekeâles nQ~ (c)
(d)
(Gòej c) (Gòej )
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General Awareness (a) 1 (b) 2
Q.1. Which one of the following poets is also a (c) 25 (d) 100
painter? Ans. (b)
(a) Mohd. Iqbal Q.3. If BEAT is spelled as ZCYR then SOUP may be
(b) Amritsher-Gill spelled as
(c) Jamini Roy (a) RMTN (b) MNSQ
(d) Rabindra Nath Tagore (c) QNSO (d) QMSN
Ans. (d) Ans. (d)
Q.2. Who propouned the Laws of Motion? Subject : CIVICS
(a) Galilieo (b) Newton Q.1. Most accepted theory of the origin of the State is:
(c) Elinstein (d) Kepler (a) Principle of Divine Right Theory
Ans. (b) (b) Principal of Force Theory
Q.3. For rotational sowing wheat can be put along (c) Social Contract theory
with one of the following? (d) Theory of Development
(a) Paddy (b) Pigeon pea (arhar pulse) Ans. (d)
(c) Gram (d) None of the above Q.2. A community can not be called a nation unless
Ans. (a) (a) All have a common language
Q.4. Which one of the following is an industry (b) All are governed under one legal system
based on raw material? (c) All of them have one state
(a) Iron and steel (b) Silk Textile (d) All of them have the same historic tradition.
(c) Aluminium (d) Motorvehicle Ans. (c)
Ans. (a) Q.3. A joint session of the Parliament is convened in
Q.5. Which of one of the following believed in case of disagreement between the Lok Sabha and
caste system: Rajya Sabha on:
(a) Gurunanak (b) Ramakrishna Param Hans (a) Finance Bill
(c) Kabir (d) None of the above (b) Non-Finance Bill
Ans. (d) (c) Amendment of the Constitution
Mental Ability (d) Establishment of a new State
Q.1. Carefully observe the form of the diagram Ans. (b)
given below. There is a vacant space in the Subject : LOGIC
diagram Q.1. Logic is a study of
(a) Human mind
(b) Truth in relation to world
(c) Process of reasoning
Which one of the following four fragments (d) Principles of Science
will complete the diagram Ans. (c)
Q.2. Greeks are human beings. Socrates is a human
being. Therefore Socrates is Greek:
(a) (b) (c) (d) (a) Fallacy of illicit major
Ans. (c) (b) Fallacy of amphiboly
Q.2. There are two questions marks in the (c) Undistributed middle term
following equation (d) Exclusive premises
4 ? Ans. (c)
= Q.3. Which one of the following Philosopher has made
? 100 important contribution to inductive logic:
Which one of the following numbers can be (a) John Stuart Mill (b) Aristotle
placed at both the questions marks. (c) Hegal (d) Ramanuja Ans. (a)
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Subject : ECONOMICS (b) To establish on empire in India
Q.1. Function of Law of Decreasing return (c) Destruction of Hindu states
operates: (d) Propagation of Islam
(a) In any economy that cannot be stopped. Ans. (a)
(b) Except in planned economy it cannot be Q.3. The first viceroy of India was:
stopped penuculy (a) Lord Irwin (b) Lord Mountbaten
(c) It can be stopped by increasing the (c) Lord Canning (d) Sir John Shore
amount of capital Ans. (c)
(d) It can be stopped by increasing number For B.Sc. General English/General Hindi and
of Laborers General Awareness see the B.A. Model Paper
Ans. (a)
Subject : PHYSICS
Q.2. What do you mean by marginal utility of
Q.1. Power of a lens is measured in:
commodity in reference to consumer?
(a) Centimeter (b) Diaopter
(a) Change of total utility if price increase
(c) Light year (d) Coulomb Ans. (b)
(b) Change of total utility if price decrease
Q.2. For radioactive elements whose half life period is
(c) Rate of growth in total utility in the total
20 years, the decay constant is
cost of production
(a) 0.03465 per year (b) 0.06930 per year
(d) In certain periods increase in total utility
(c) 10 per year (d) 40 per year
of extra unit increased
Ans. (a)
Ans. (d)
Subject : CHEMISTRY
Q.3. Feature of perfect competition
Q.1. Which one of the following statement is correct:
(a) Existence of Homogenous goods and
(a) Cds is precipitated in presence of diluted HCI.
services (b) Cds is precipitated in presence of
(b) Multiplicity of prices
concentrated HCI.
(c) Identical goods and services
(c) Cds is precipitated in presence of HCI and
(d) Single prices
excess of water
Ans. (b)
(d) Zns is precipitated in presence of
Subject : GEOGRAPHY
concentrated HCI.
Q.1. Which one of the following is a
Ans. (c)
metamorphosed rock:
Q.2. Which one of the following is formed on heating
(a) Lime-stone (b) Quartzite
ammonium acetate at higher temperature?
(c) Gabro (d) Conglomerate
(a) Acetamide (b) Formamide
Ans. (b)
(c) Ammonia (d) Urea
Q.2. Which one of the following is the resultant
Ans. (a)
feature of the glacial deposit.
Q.3. The equilibrium constant K of reaction
(a) Natural levees (b) Alluvial Fan
A+B C + D is expressed by
(c) Sand dune (d) Esker
(a) [A]x [B] / [C] x [D]
Ans. (d)
(b) [A] + [B] / [C] x [D]
Subject : HISTORY
(c) [C] x [D] / [A] x [B]
Q.1. Capital of Pallav's was:
(d) [C] + [D] / [A] + [B]
(a) Manyarved (b) Tanjore
Ans. (c)
(c) Kanchipuram (d) Mahabalipuram
Subject : MATHEMATICS
Ans. (c)
1. If A and B are two sets, then A Ç (A È B) is equal to
Q.2. The purpose of repeated attack on North India
(a) A (b) B
by Sultan Mahmud of Ghazni was:
(a) To acquire wealth (c) f (d) None of the above
Ans. (a)
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9 1
2. x 2 is equal to Q.2. Meaning of Business is:

9 x
1
2
 12  x  2
1 (a) Commerce
(a) 9 (b) 6 (b) Industry and Commerce
(c) 3 (d) 0 (c) Trade and Commerce
r r r Ans. (c) (d) All of the above
3. If a, b, c one dimentional independent Ans. (a)
vectors are Q.3. Expenditure on painting in a factory is:
r r r r r r r r r r r r (a) Revenue expenditure
a  b, b  c, c  a   a b, b c, c a  (b) Capital expenditure
such that
(c) Deferred capital expenditure
 r r r
a , b, c  (d) None of the above
Then   is equal to Ans. (d)
(a) 0 (b) 1 Q.4. Minimum number Directors in a Private Limited
(c) 2 (d) None of the above Company is:
Ans. (c) (a) 1 (b) 2
Subject : ZOOLOGY (c) 3 (d) 7 Ans. (b)
Q.1. Bacteria are prokaryotic because their cells Q.5. Shareholder of a company is a:
do not have (a) Creditor of the company
(a) Process of respiration (b) Debtor of the company
(b) Photosynthesis (c) Owner of the company
(c) Developed cell wall (d) Employee of the company
(d) Fully developed nucleus Ans. (c)
Ans. (d) Q.6. Management is an art and science which relates
Q.2. Fossils are to:
(a) Furrow present in the retina of vertebrate. (a) A Business organization
(b) Remains of organisms preserved in the (b) A social organization
rocks. (c) An educational organization
(c) Furrow present on the bone (d) All types of organization
(d) Pores from which neurons passes Ans. (d)
Ans. (b) Q.7. General Principles of Management was first
Q.3. The Small cells which are separated from egg propounded by:
during its maturation in animals, the one (a) E.W. Taylor (b) Peter Drucker
among them is (c) Henry Fayol (d) Mary Arthur
(a) Primary spermatocyte Ans. (a)
(b) Secondary oocyte Q.8. Which one of the following statements is true:
(c) Primary oocyte (a) One rupee note is issued by the Govt. of India
(d) Polar bodies (b) One rupee coin is a legal tender
Ans. (d) (c) State Bank of India is a Central Bank
From B.Com General English/General Hindi (d) Bank rate is the interest rate which is charged
and General Awareness see the B.A. by the Commercial Banks on the loan taken
MODEL PAPER by their customers.
Model Questions in Commerce Ans. (a)
Q.1. Sales is equal of: Q.9. Which one of the following is incorrect.
(a) Cost of goods sold and profit (a) Reserve Bank was established in 1935.
(b) Balance of gross profit minus cost of (b) All the currency notes are issued by the
goods sold Reserve Bank of India
(c) Balance of cost of goods sold minus (c) Reserve Bank of India is the lender of the last
gross profit resort
(d) None of the above (d) Reserve Bank of India accepts public deposits
Ans. (a) without interest.
Ans. (b)
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1. Ùen metÛevee hegefmlekeâe/efJeJejefCekeâe DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW kesâ efueS meeceevÙe efoioMe&ve cee$e nw~ ØeJesMe hejer#ee leLee ØeJesMe, Fueeneyeeo efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe
DeefOeefveÙece 2005 kesâ Devleie&le Fueeneyeeo efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe DeOÙeeosMeeW kesâ KeC[ 29(2) kesâ Devleie&le ØeJeefle&le heefjefveÙece, DeOÙeeosMe Deewj
DeefOeefveÙece SJeb leodefJe<eÙekeâ kesâvõerÙe mejkeâej kesâ efveCe&ÙeeW mes Meeefmele nw~
2. efJeefYeVe efveÙeefcele hee"dÙe›eâceeW ceW ØeJesMe nsleg meerš Deej#eCe mecyevOeer Yeejle mejkeâej kesâ efveoxMe, efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe Devegoeve DeeÙeesie kesâ heefjefveÙece,
ceeveveerÙe GÛÛelece vÙeeÙeeueÙe SJeb ceeveveerÙe GÛÛe vÙeeÙeeueÙe kesâ efveCe&Ùe DeheefjneÙe& ™he mes DeJeMÙe ceevÙe neWies~
3. Fme hegefmlekeâe ceW oer ieÙeer metÛeveeSB hegefmlekeâe kesâ ØekeâeMeve hetJe& lekeâ ØeceeefCele metÛeveeSb nw~ lelheMÛeeled nesves Jeeuee keâesF& Yeer heefjJele&ve efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe
kesâ JesyemeeFš www.auadmission.net hej GheueyOe nesiee~ efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe kesâ efkeâmeer hee"dÙe›eâce ceW ØeJesMe nsleg mJeerkeâjCe Ùen OJeefvele
keâjlee nw efkeâ DeYÙeLeea leLee Gmekesâ ceelee-efhelee DeLeJee DeefYeYeeJekeâeW keâes efJeJejefCekeâe ceW efveefo&° meYeer ØeeJeOeeve ceevÙe nQ leLee Gme hej efveÙece,
efJeefveceÙe Megukeâ, efJeMes<e MeleX Deeefo ÙeLeeheefjJeefle&le ueeiet neWieer~
4. Ùet0peer0S0šer0-2011 mecheVe keâjeves keâe meJee&efOekeâej Fueeneyeeo efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe keâe nw leLee DeYÙeLeea/ efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe kesâ efnle ceW
efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe Éeje efueÙes ieÙes meYeer efveCe&Ùe Deefvlece Deewj meJe&ceevÙe neWies~
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5. Ùet0peer0S0šer0-2011 Fueeneyeeo efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe leLee Fmekesâ mebIeškeâ ceneefJeÅeeueÙeeW (Fueeneyeeo ef[«eer keâeuespe, DeeÙe& keâvÙee ieume& ef[«eer
keâeuespe, meer0Sce0heer0 ef[«eer keâeuespe, F&MJej MejCe ef[«eer keâeuespe, peiele leejve ieume& ef[«eer keâeuespe, jepeef<e& šC[ve ceefnuee ceneefJeÅeeueÙe,
meoveueeue meebJeueoeme KeVee ceefnuee ceneefJeÅeeueÙe, MÙeecee Øemeeo cegKepeea ceneefJeÅeeueÙe), kesâ efveÙeefcele hee"Ùe›eâceeW ceW ØeJesMe kesâ efueS Den&
hejer#ee nw~ FmeceW meheâue DeYÙeLeea ner efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe SJeb mebIeškeâ ceneefJeÅeeueÙeeW ceW ØeJesMe kesâ efueS Den& neWies~
efšhheCeer- F&efJebie ef›eâef§eve keâeuespe SJeb nceerefoÙee ieume& ef[«eer keâeuespe DeuhemebKÙekeâ mebmLeeSB nesves kesâ keâejCe efJeMes<eeefOekeâej kesâ
veeles Fme hejer#ee ceW meefcceefuele veneR nw~
6. efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe hetJe& Ieesef<ele keâeÙe&›eâce kesâ Devegmeej ner ØeJesMe keâeÙe& mecheVe keâjsiee~ ØeJesMe keâeÙe&›eâce ceW keâesF& Yeer heefjJele&ve Fme DeeOeej hej veneR efkeâÙee
peeÙesiee efkeâ DeYÙeLeea ner Den&keâejer hejer#ee keâe heefjCeece Ieesef<ele veneR nw, DeLeJee Gmes Debkeâ leeefuekeâe Øeehle venber ngF& nw Ùee Gmes Deveghetjkeâ hejer#ee ceW
meefcceefuele nesvee nw~ efveOee&efjle efleefLe hej keâeGefvmeefuebie Ùee ØeJesMe nsleg GheefmLele ve nesves hej ØeJesMeeLeea Deheves ØeJesMe keâe oeJee Kees
osiee~
7. Ùet0peer0S0šer0-2011 keâer ØeJesMe Øeef›eâÙee kesâ efueS efveOee&efjle/Dehesef#ele omleeJespe, ØeJesMe kesâ meceÙe Øemlegle keâjvee DeYÙeLeea keâe GòejoeefÙelJe
nesiee~ Fmes Øemlegle ve efkeâÙes peeves keâer oMee ceW ØeJesMe nsleg Gmekeâe oeJee mJele: efvejmle nes peeÙesiee~ Dehesef#ele omleeJespeeW keâer metÛevee Fme hegefmlekeâe ceW
GheueyOe nw leLee meceÙe-meceÙe hej ØekeâeefMele nesves Jeeueer metÛeveeDeeW ceW Fvekeâe efJeJejCe efoÙee peeÙesiee~
8. DeYÙeLeea keâes Ùen meueen oer peeleer nw efkeâ efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe Éeje mecheVe keâjeÙeer peeves Jeeueer ØeJesMe hejer#ee, hejer#ee heefjCeece SJeb ØeJesMe keâeÙe& mes
mecyeefvOele ØekeâeefMele metÛeveeDeeW keâer peevekeâejer meceÙe-meceÙe hej efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe kesâ mecegefÛele ceeOÙeceeW mes Øeehle keâjles jnW~ ØekeâeefMele metÛeveeDeeW keâer
peevekeâejer Øeehle keâjvee DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW keâe GòejoeefÙelJe nw leLee efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe Fmekesâ efueS keâesF& efpeccesoejer veneR uesiee~
9. ØeJesMe hejer#ee mes mecyeefvOele mecemle metÛeveeSB efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe kesâ JesyemeeFš www.auadmission.net hej GheueyOe neWieer~ Fmekesâ
Deefleefjòeâ metÛevee mLeeveerÙe meceeÛeej he$eeW ceW oer peeÙesieer~
10. DeeveueeFve/Dees0Sce0Deej0 DeeJesove (jefpemš^sMeve)/DeeveueeFve Øehe$e ceW DeYÙeLeea Éeje oer ieF& metÛeveeSB Deefvlece neWieer~ GveceW yeeo ceW efkeâmeer Yeer
Øekeâej keâe keâesF& Yeer heefjJele&ve efkeâmeer Yeer DeeOeej hej keâjves keâer Devegceefle venber nesieer~ DeYÙeLeea Éeje oer ieÙeer metÛevee/Iees<eCee, efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe ceW
Gmekesâ DeOÙeÙeve kesâ oewjeve efkeâmeer mlej hej DemelÙe heeÙes peeves hej Gmekeâe ØeJesMe efvejmle nes peeÙesiee leLee Gmes efJeefOe meccele efkeâmeer JewOeeefvekeâ
keâeÙe&Jeener nsleg GòejoeÙeer nesvee heÌ[ mekeâlee nw~
11. DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW keâes efJeMes<e meueen oer peeleer nw efkeâ DeeveueeFve DeeJesove/Dees0Sce0Deej0 DeeJesove (jefpemš^sMeve) Øehe$e keâer
ÚeÙeeØeefle, DeeJesove Øehe$e pecee keâjves keâer jmeero (Acknowledgement)/heâerme pecee keâjves keâe Ûeeueeve/efmuehe jmeero
Deheves heeme megjef#ele jKeW Deewj DeeJeMÙekeâlee heÌ[ves hej Gmes Øemlegle keâjW~
12. efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe Éeje Ieesef<ele heefjCeece Deefvlece ™he mes efveCee&Ùekeâ SJeb ceevÙe nesiee~ Gòej he$ekeâeW kesâ hegvehe&jer#eCe keâer keâesF& JÙeJemLee veneR nw~
13. ceeveveerÙe GÛÛelece vÙeeÙeeueÙe kesâ DeeosMeevegmeej Fueeneyeeo efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe SJeb Fmekesâ mebIeškeâ ceneefJeÅeeueÙeeW ceW jwefiebie hetCe&leÙee ØeefleyeefvOele nw~
Ùen DeeosMe UGC kesâ he$e mebKÙee F1-8/2006(CPP-II) efoveebkeâ 4 ceeÛe&, 2008 kesâ meb%eeve ceW ueeÙee ieÙee nw~ jwefiebie keâer metÛevee
efceueves hej ceeveveerÙe GÛÛelece vÙeeÙeeueÙe kesâ DeeosMeeW SJeb keâevetve kesâ Devegmeej keâÌ[er oC[elcekeâ keâeÙe&Jeener keâer peeÙesieer~
14. ØeJesMe mecyevOeer efJeJeeo kesâJeue ceeveveerÙe GÛÛe vÙeeÙeeueÙe Fueeneyeeo kesâ #es$eevleie&le efJeÛeejeOeerve nesiee~
efšhheCeer: yeer0heer0F&0, yeer0 cÙetpe leLee yeer0Sheâ0S0 hee"Ùe›eâceeW ceW ØeJesMe nsleg FÛÚgkeâ DeYÙeLeea efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe kesâ mecyeefvOele
efJeYeeieeW mes mecheke&â keâjW~
Ùet0peer0S0šer0 2011 keäÙee nw?
me$e 2011-12 kesâ efueS nesves Jeeueer mveelekeâ ØeJesMe hejer#ee Ùet0peer0S0šer0 2011 nw efpemekesâ Éeje yeer0S0, yeer0keâe@ce0,
yeer0Sme0meer0, yeer0Sme0meer0 (ShueeF[ meeFbme) leLee yeer0Sme0meer0 (ie=n efJe%eeve) kesâ ØeLece Je<e& ceW efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe SJeb Gmekesâ 8 mebIeškeâ
ceneefJeÅeeueÙeeW kesâ efveÙeefcele hee"Ùe›eâceeW ceW ØeJesMe efoÙee peeÙesiee~ Ùen hejer#ee Fueeneyeeo, ieesjKehegj, yejsueer, YegJevesMJej, efouueer, hešvee, Yeesheeue SJeb
veiej kesâ efJeefYeVe kesâvõeW hej mecheVe nesieer~
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Ùet0peer0S0šer0 2011 keâe DeeJesove Øehe$e kewâmes Øeehle keâjW?
DeYÙeLeea Dee@veueeFve DeeJesove JesyemeeFš www.auadmission.net hej Øesef<ele keâj mekeâles nQ leLee DeeJesove Kejeroves SJeb pecee
keâjves kesâ efueS efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe Deevee DeeJeMÙekeâ veneR nw~ Dees0Sce0Deej0 heâece& SJeb efJeJejCe hegefmlekeâe (yeÇesmej) ØeJesMe YeJeve, ÛewLece ueeF&veme,
Fueeneyeeo efJeÕeefJeÅeeueÙe mes 4 DeØewue 2011 mes GheueyOe nesieer~ Dees0Sce0Deej0 heâece& meeceevÙe SJeb efheÚÌ[s Jeie& kesâ DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW kesâ efueS ™0
600/- veieo SJeb DevegmetefÛele peeefle, DevegmetefÛele pevepeeefle SJeb efJekeâueebie Jeie& kesâ DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW kesâ efueS ™0 300/- veieo Yegieleeve hej GheueyOe
nesiee~ JesyemeeFš hej Dee@veueeFve DeeJesove meesceJeej 4 DeØewue 2011 mes ØeejcYe nesiee~ Dee@veueeFve DeeJesove keâer Deefvlece efleefLe jefJeJeej 24 DeØewue,
2011 nw leLee DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW Éeje hetCe& ™he mes Dees0Sce0Deej0 heâece& keâes efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe kesâ ØeJesMe YeJeve ceW pecee keâjves keâer Deefvlece efleefLe 24 DeØewue
2011 nw~ YeejleerÙe mšsš yeQkeâ efkeâ Fueeneyeeo keâer efpeve MeeKeeDeeW hej Dees0Sce0Deej0 heâece& GheueyOe nesiee Gvekeâer metÛeer efJeJejCe hegefmlekeâe kesâ Devle
ceW mebueive nQ~ DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW keâes metefÛele efkeâÙee peelee nw efkeâ Ùet0peer0S0šer0-2011 DeeJesove Øehe$e [ekeâ Éeje keâoeefhe veneR Yespee peeÙesiee~
Ùet0peer0S0šer0 2011 ceW DeeJesove kesâ efueS keâewve Den& nQ?
1. yeer0S0, yeer0keâe@ce0 keâer ØeJesMe hejer#ee kesâ efueS Ùet0heer0 yees[&/meer0yeer0Sme0F&0/DeeF&0meer0Sme0F&0 Éeje mebÛeeefuele FCšjceeref[Sš DeLeJee
Fmekesâ mecekeâ#e efkeâmeer Yeer mebJeie& keâer hejer#ee ceW meefcceefuele/GòeerCe& DeYÙeLeea~
2. yeer0Sme0meer0 leLee yeer0Sme0meer0(ShueeF[ meebFme) ØeJesMe keâer hejer#ee kesâ efueS Ùet0heer0 yees[&/meer0yeer0Sme0F&0/DeeF&0meer0Sme0F&0 Éeje
mebÛeeefuele FCšjceeref[Sš DeLeJee Fmekesâ mece#e efJe%eeve mebJeie& keâer hejer#ee meefcceefuele/GòeerCe& DeYÙeLeea~
3. yeer0Sme0meer0(ie=n efJe%eeve) keâer ØeJesMe hejer#ee kesâ efueS Jes ceefnuee DeYÙeLeea pees Ùee lees (i) efJe%eeve mebJeie& mes FCšjceeref[Sš Ùee mecekeâ#e hejer#ee ceW
DeLeJee (ii) efJe%eeve mebJeie& mes neF&mketâue DeLeJee mecekeâ#e hejer#ee ceW GòeerCe& nesves kesâ yeeo ie=n efJe%eeve efJe<eÙe kesâ meeLe FCšjceeref[Sš Ùee mecekeâ#e
hejer#ee ceW efkeâmeer Yeer mebJeie& mes meefcceefuele/GòeerCe& nQ~
efšhhCeer: Ssmes DeYÙeLeea pees efkeâmeer Yeer mebJeie& keâer mveelekeâ GheeefOe kesâ Oeejkeâ nw, Ùet0peer0S0šer0 2011 kesâ efkeâmeer Yeer mebJeie& ceW
DeeJesove kesâ efueS Den& veneR nQ~
Ùet0peer0S0šer0 2011 DeeJesove kewâmes keâjW?
Ùet0peer0S0šer0 2011 kesâ DeeJesove kesâ efueS DeYÙeLeea efvecveefueefKele oes ØeeefJeOeeveeW ceW mes efkeâmeer Skeâ keâe ÛeÙeve keâj mekeâles nQ~
1. JesyemeeFš www.auadmission.net hej Dee@veueeFve DeeJesove
2. Dees0Sce0Deej0 DeeJesove Øehe$e
Dee@veueeFve DeeJesove kewâmes keâjW
DeYÙeLeea Dee@veueeFve DeeJesove yesJemeeFš www.auadmission.net hej Øesef<ele keâj mekeâles nQ leLee JesyemeeFš hej Dee@veueeFve
DeeJesove mes mecyeefvOele meYeer metÛeveeÙeW GheueyOe nQ~
Dee@veueeFve efJeJejCe hegefmlekeâe
Dee@veueeFve efJeJejCe hegefmlekeâe JesyemeeFš www.auadmission.net hej GheueyOe nw Deewj DeYÙeLeea Fmes Fvšjvesš Éeje [eGveuees[
keâj Øeehle keâj mekeâlee nw~ DeeJesove keâjves mes henues DeYÙeLeea efJeJejCe hegefmlekeâe Je JesyemeeFš hej DevÙe efveoxMeeW keâes OÙeevehetJe&keâ heÌ{W~
Dee@veueeFve DeeJesove Øehe$e pecee keâjves keâer efJeOe -
Dee@veueeFve DeeJesove keâjves kesâ efueS DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW keâes henues hejer#ee Megukeâ pecee keâjvee DeeJeMÙekeâ nw lelhe§eeled JesyemeeFš hej peekeâj Dehevee
DeeJesove hebpeerke=âle keâjvee nesiee~
Dee@veueeFve DeeJesove keâer hejer#ee Megukeâ pecee keâjves keâer efJeefOe -
DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW keâes DeeJesove Megukeâ pecee keâjves kesâ efueÙes YeejleerÙe mšsš yeQkeâ keâe Ûeeueeve Øeehle keâj Gmes mener efJeefOe mes Yejvee nesiee~ Ûeeueeve keâer
Skeâ Øeefle JesyemeeFš hej GheueyOe nw Deewj DeYÙeLeea Gmes [eGveuees[ keâj mekeâles nQ~ DeeJeMÙekeâ nw efkeâ DeYÙeLeea Ûeeueeve hej Ùet0peer0S0šer0 2011 keâe
mener Keelee mebKÙee Je Deheves Jeie& keâe mener Megukeâ pecee keâjW (meeceevÙe SJeb efheÚÌ[s Jeie& kesâ DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW kesâ efueS ™0 600/- veieo SJeb DevegmetefÛele
peeefle, DevegmetefÛele pevepeeefle SJeb efJekeâueebie Jeie& kesâ DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW kesâ efueS ™0 300/-)~ Ûeeueeve SJeb DeeJesove Megukeâ YeejleerÙe mšsš yeQkeâ keâer
efkeâmeer Yeer MeeKee hej pecee efkeâÙee pee mekeâlee nw~ Megukeâ pecee keâjves hej YeejleerÙe mšsš yeQkeâ ØelÙeskeâ DeYÙeLeea keâes 9 Debkeâes keâe efJeefMe° SJeb DeefÉleerÙe
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jmeero veb0 Øeoeve keâjsiee pees efkeâ Ûeeueeve keâer DeYÙeLeea Øeefle SJeb efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe Øeefle hej Debefkeâle nesiee~ yeQkeâ Éeje Megukeâ keâe Yegieleeve nes peeves kesâ heMÛeeled
DeYÙeLeea Øeefle SJeb efJeÕeefJeÅeeueÙe Øeefle DeYÙeeLeea keâes osiee~ yeQkeâ Éeje Ûeeueeve hej Debefkeâle efJeefMe° SJeb DeefÉleerÙe jmeero mebKÙee keâes DeYÙeeefLe&ÙeeW Éeje
Dee@veueeFve DeeJesove heâe@ce& hej Debefkeâle keâjvee nesiee~
Ùeefo jmeero mebKÙee yeQkeâ Éeje efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe keâes oer ieÙeer metÛevee mes efYeVe nesieer lees DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW keâe ØeJesMe he$e peejer veneR efkeâÙee
peeÙesiee~ Dele: DeYÙeLeea Fmes Dee@veueeFve DeeJesove hej OÙeeve hetJe&keâ YejW~
yeQkeâ Éeje Øeoeve keâer ieÙeer Ûeeueeve keâer efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe Øeefle keâes DeYÙeLeea hejer#ee efoJeme hej hejer#ee keâ#e efvejer#ekeâ keâes meeQhe
osiee~
Dee@veueeFve DeeJesove nsleg DeeJeMÙekeâ efveoxMe :-
DeeJesove keâes Deheves veece meefnle, jbieerve Je mhe° veJeervelece heâesšes«eeheâ keâer mkewâve keâe@heer Je Gmekesâ nmlee#ej keâer mkewâve keâe@heer keâes DeeJesove kesâ
meceÙe Deheuees[ keâjvee DeeJeMÙekeâ nw~ heâesšes efKeÛeJeeles meceÙe Deheves veece keâer heefókeâe jKekeâj heâesšes efKebÛeJeeÙeW leeefkeâ heâesšes hej DeYÙeLeea keâe veece Úhee
nes~ heâesšes Je nmlee#ej keâer mkewâve keâe@heer keâe efJemle=le efJeJejCe SJeb GoenjCe JesyemeeFš kesâ “How to fill Online Form” KeC[ hej GheueyOe
nw~ JesyemeeFš kesâ Dee@veueeFve DeeJesove heâece& hej meYeer ØeefJeef°ÙeeW keâes (mkewâve heâesšes, mkewâve nmlee#ej Je yeQkeâ Éeje Øeoòe Ûeeueeve jmeero mebKÙee) keâes mener
Øekeâej mes Yejkesâ pecee (Submit) keâjves hej DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW keâes Gvekeâe Application ID Je heemeJe[& efceuesiee~ Ùeefo DeYÙeLeea ves heâece& hej Dehevee
F&-cesue Debefkeâle efkeâÙee nes lees Gmes F&-cesue hej hebpeerkeâjCe he$e (Registration E-mail) Øeehle nes peeÙesiee~
DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW keâes Dehevee Application ID Je heemeJe[& megjef#ele jKevee nesiee efpemekesâ Éeje JesyemeeFš hej hegve: uee@ie-Fve (Login)
keâj Deheves heâece& keâe DeJeueeskeâve keâjves, ØeJesMe he$e Øeehle keâjves Je DevÙe keâeÙeeX kesâ efueS GheÙeesie keâj mekeâles nQ~ DeYÙeLeea Éeje Deeve-ueeF&ve DeeJesove
keâjves kesâ heMÛeeled Ùeefo Deheves DeeJesove Øehe$e ceW keâesF& $egefš heelee nw lees Jen Gmes DeeJesove keâjves keâer efleefLe mes leerve efove Ùee DeeJesove keâer Deefvlece efleefLe, pees
henues nes, lekeâ JesyemeeFš hej Dehevee Application ID Je heemeJe[& Debefkeâle keâj $egefš keâes otj keâj mekeâlee nw~ Dee@veueeFve DeeJesove keâjves keâer
efleefLe mes leerve efove Ùee DeeJesove keâer Deefvlece efleefLe kesâ heMÛeeled DeeJesove hej efkeâmeer Yeer Øekeâej keâe mebMeesOeve mebYeJe veneR nesiee Deewj DeYÙeLeea Deheves DeeJesove
hej oer ieÙeer metÛeveeDeeW kesâ efueS efpeccesoej nesiee~
DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW keâes Deheves heâesšes«eeheâ Je nmlee#ej keâer mkewâve keâe@heer keâe Dee@veueeFve heâe@ce& hej hegve: DeJeueeskeâve keâjves keâer hejeceMe& oer peeleer nw~
heâesšes Je nmlee#ej JesyemeeFš hej efoÙes ieÙes GoenjCe kesâ Devegmeej nesvee ÛeeefnS DevÙeLee ØeJesMe he$e efveie&le veneR efkeâÙee peeÙesiee~
nsuhe [smkeâ: Dee@veueeFve DeeJesove keâjles meceÙe efkeâmeer Yeer keâef"veeF& kesâ meceeOeeve nsleg nsuhe [smkeâ keâer megefJeOee nw efpemekesâ šsueerheâesve vecyej JesyemeeFš
www.auadmission.net hej efoÙes ieÙes nw~
Ùet0peer0S0šer0 2011 Dees0Sce0Deej0 DeeJesove Øehe$e kewâmes YejW?
1. Ùet0peer0S0šer0 2011 Dees0Sce0Deej0 DeeJesove Øehe$e ceW efvecveefueefKele ØeefJeef°ÙeeB keâchÙetšj Éeje heÌ{er peeÙeWieer~ Ùen DeeJesove Øehe$e
Dees0Sce0Deej0 (Deeefhškeâue ceeke&â efjkeâiveerMeve) heæefle hej DeeOeeefjle nw~ Fme heæefle ceW ieesues  (Oval) keâes keâeues yeeue hJeeFbš hesve mes
keâeuee keâjvee nw~ efpemekeâer henÛeeve keâchÙetšj Éeje keâer peeleer nw leLee Fmekeâe Fueskeäš^eefvekeâ ™heevlejCe YeefJe<Ùe kesâ efueS megjef#ele jKee peelee nw~
2. Dees0Sce0Deej DeeJesove Øehe$e Skeâ DelÙevle cenòJehetCe& Øehe$e nw~ Fmes efkeâmeer Yeer Øekeâej mes Kejeye/ieboe ve keâjW~ Fmes efveOee&efjle mLeeve kesâ Deefleefjòeâ
DevÙe mLeeve mes veneR ceesÌ[s~ Fme Øehe$e hej JeebefÚle metÛeveeDeeW kesâ Deefleefjòeâ kegâÚ Yeer veneR efueKeW Deewj efkeâmeer Yeer Øekeâej keâe efÛevn/efveMeeve Fme Øehe$e
hej keâneR Yeer hesve DeLeJee heWefmeue mes veneR yeveeÙee peeÙes~
3. Dees0Sce0Deej0 DeeJesove Øehe$e ceW keâesF& Yeer metÛevee DeYÙeLeea Éeje veneR Yejs peeves DeLeJee ieuele Yejs peeves DeLeJee DeOetjer Yejs peeves keâer oMee ceW
DeYÙeLe&ve efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe Éeje efvejmle efkeâÙee pee mekeâlee nw~
4. DeYÙeLeea Éeje Fme DeeJesove Øehe$e ceW oer ieÙeer metÛeveeSB keâchÙetšj ceW ope& keâer peeÙeWieer leLee DeYÙeLeea kesâ ØeJesMe mes ueskeâj efkeâmeer Yeer hee"Ùe›eâce ceW
DeYÙeLeea kesâ DeOÙeÙeve heÙe&vle efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe Fve metÛeveeDeeW keâe GheÙeesie efJeefYeVe keâeÙe& nsleg keâjsiee~ Fme metÛeveeDeeW ceW heefjJele&ve DeLeJee mebMeesOeve
efkeâmeer Yeer oMee ceW mecYeJe veneR nesiee~ Dele: mecemle metÛeveeSB efveoxMeevegmeej DeYÙeLeea Éeje mJeÙeb, mener, hetCe&, mhe° Je Deefvlece ™he mes Yejer peeSB~
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5. Fme metÛevee hegefmlekeâe ceW efoÙes ieÙes efveÙeceeW/DevegosMeeW keâe GuuebIeve keâjves keâer oMee ceW Dees0Sce0Deej0 DeeJesove Øehe$e ceMeerve Éeje veneR heÌ{s peeves
DeLeJee keâesF& metÛevee Dehe"veerÙe/DehetCe& nesves hej DeYÙeLe&ve efvejmle keâj efoÙee peeÙesiee~
6. Dees0Sce0Deej0 DeeJesove Øehe$e ceW efveOee&efjle ieesue Keeves (Oval) keâes keâeues yeeue hJeeFbš hesve mes meeheâ-meeheâ YejW~ Ûeewkeâesj KeeveeW ceW Yeer mebiele
metÛevee Deb«espeer kesâ kewâefhešue uesšj ceW keâeues yeeue hJeeFbš hesve mes YejW~ DeesJej jeFefšbie/keâefšbie veneR nesves oW leLee hetjer meeJeOeeveer yejleW~
GoenjCeeLe&
mener lejerkeâe A B H I S H E K D E Y

ieuele lejerkeâe a b h i s h e k d e y

ieesuee kewâmes keâeuee (Blacken) keâjW ?


Ùen mener efJeefOe nw A B C D

Ùes ieuele efJeefOeÙeeB nQ A B C D

7. DeYÙeLeea Dees0Sce0Deej0 DeeJesove Øehe$e kesâ meeLe keâesF& DevÙe Øehe$e mebueive ve keâjW~
8. Dees0Sce0Deej0 DeeJesove Øehe$e kesâ Thej efJeefMe° henÛeeve efÛevn (yeej keâes[ 30112545
) Debefkeâle nw pees ØelÙeskeâ DeeJesove Øehe$e kesâ efueS
DeefÉleerÙe nw~ Fme DeeJesove he$e keâes cetue ™he mes efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe kesâ ØeJesMe keâeÙee&ueÙe ØeJesMe YeJeve ceW pecee keâjW~ heâesšes Øeefle DeLeJee DevÙe Øekeâej mes
lewÙeej Dees0Sce0Deej0 DeeJesove he$e/[ghueerkesâš DeeJesove he$e efkeâmeer Yeer oMee ceW mJeerkeâeÙe& veneR neWies~
9. Dees0Sce0Deej0 DeeJesove Øehe$e hej efoÙes ieÙes mLeeve hej DeeJesokeâ/DeeJesefokeâe mJeÙeb Dehevee nmlee#ej keâjW~ Úodce (Øee@keämeer) nmlee#ej keâer metÛevee
efceueves hej DeYÙeLe&ve efvejmle keâj efoÙee peeÙesiee~
10. ØelÙeskeâ Dees0Sce0Deej0 DeeJesove Øehe$e kesâ meeLe heeJeleer he$ekeâ mebueive nw~ DeeJesokeâ Øehe$e ØeJesMe keâeÙee&ueÙe ceW meerOes pecee keâjves hej, heeJeleer he$ekeâ
hej Øeeefhle keâer cegnj ueieekeâj, Fmes DeeJesove he$e mes Deueie keâj DeYÙeLeea/ØeefleefveefOe keâes efoÙee peeÙesiee~

Dees0Sce0Deej0 DeeJesove Øehe$e kesâ ØelÙeskeâ keâeuece keâes Yejves keâer efJeefOe
veesš: (keâ) Fme Øehe$e keâer mecemle metÛeveeSB kesâJeue keâeues yeeue hJeeFbš hesve mes Yejer peeÙeWieer~
(Ke) Ùen Øehe$e $egefš jefnle {bie mes DelÙevle meeJeOeeveer mes Yeje peevee nw~ Dele: DeefOekeâ DeÛÚe nesiee efkeâ DeeJesokeâ/DeeJesefokeâe Fme Øehe$e keâer
ÚeÙee Øeefle keâjekeâj henues DeYÙeemeeLe& ÚeÙee Øeefle keâes YejW, leye hejer#eCe keâjkesâ $egefšÙeeB otj keâj cetue DeeJesove Øehe$e keâes YejW~
(ie) Yejs ngS Dees0Sce0Deej0 DeeJesove Øehe$e keâer Skeâ ÚeÙeeØeefle YeefJe<Ùe kesâ ØeÙeespeve kesâ efueS jKe ueW~
keâeuece 1. JeebefÚle hejer#ee- hee"Ùe›eâceeW keâer metÛeer mes efpeme hee"Ùe›eâce ceW Deehe ØeJesMe nsleg Den& leLee FÛÚgkeâ nw, kesâ meccegKe yeves efkeâmeer Skeâ ieesues keâes
ner keâeuee keâjW~
keâeuece 2. hejer#ee kesâvõ- Fueeneyeeo 2. ieesjKehegj 3. yejsueer 4. YegJevesMJej 5. efouueer 6. hešvee 7. Yeesheeue ceW mes efkeâmeer Skeâ JeebefÚle hejer#ee kesâvõ
kesâ meeceves yeves ngS ieesues keâes keâeuee keâjW~
keâeuece 3. DeYÙeLeea keâe veece- Ûeewkeâesj KeeveeW ceW efueKes SJeb veerÛes kesâ mebiele ieesue Keeves keâes keâeuee keâjW~ GoenjCeeLe&- Dehevee, veece pewmee efkeâ
neF&mketâue DeLeJee Gmekesâ mecekeâ#e ØeceeCe he$e ceW GefuueefKele nes, Deb«espeer kesâ kewâefhešue uesšj ceW, Skeâ keâes‰keâ ceW Skeâ-Skeâ De#ej efueKeW~
Gheveece keâes henues veneR efueKeW~ ØeLece veece, ceOÙe veece leLee Gheveece kesâ yeerÛe Skeâ-Skeâ Keeueer mLeeve ÚesÌ[ oW leLee Fmeer ›eâce keâe heeueve keâjW~
DeYÙeLeea keâes Ùen meueen oer peeleer nw efkeâ meJe&ØeLece Deueie keâeiepe hej hetjs veece efueKekeâj Ùen megefveefMÛele keâj ueW efkeâ efkeâleves KeeveeW keâer
DeeJeMÙekeâlee nesieer~ keâes‰keâeW keâer heÙee&hle mebKÙee Fme nsleg oer ieÙeer nw leLeeefhe veece efvecveefueefKele Devegmeej ueIeg efkeâÙes pee mekeâles nQ-
S A C H I D A N A N D H I R A N A N D VATS YAYAN A G Y E YA k e â e u e I e g ™ h e
SACHIDANANDHVAGYEYA nesiee~ Ûeewkeâesj KeeveeW SJeb ieesueeW keâes vecetves kesâ Devegmeej YejW~ Deheves veece kesâ hetJe&
ßeer/kegâ0/ßeerceleer/[e@0 ve efueKeW~
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keâeuece 4. pevceefleefLe- Deheves pevce keâer efleefLe, ceen leLee Je<e& - nj Debkeâ keâes Deueie DeeÙele ceW efueKeW~ efkeâmeer Dekesâues Debkeâ kesâ efueS Gme Debkeâ kesâ
hetJe& MetvÙe ueieeÙeW~ mebiele ieesueeW keâes vecetves kesâ Devegmeej keâeuee keâjW~
keâeuece 5. meeceeefpekeâ mebJeie& - Deheveer meeceeefpekeâ keâesefš (mebJeie&) kesâ Devegmeej kesâJeue Skeâ ieesues keâes keâeuee keâjW~ Deej#eCe kesâvõ mejkeâej kesâ
efveÙeceeW kesâ DeOeerve nesiee~ Deejef#ele ßesCeer DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW kesâ hejer#ee heefjCeece ceW meeceevÙe Den&lee metÛeer ceW mLeeve hej GvnW meeceevÙe Deveejef#ele
mebJeie& keâer meerš DeeJebefšle keâer peeÙesieer~ Dees0Sce0Deej0 DeeJesove/Dee@veueeFve Øehe$e kesâ pecee nes peeves kesâ Ghejevle mebJeie& heefjJele&ve hej
efJeÛeej veneR nesiee~
keâeuece 6. Jeeef<e&keâ heeefjJeeefjkeâ Dee@Ùe DeeJesokeâ keâes Deheves heefjJeej keâer Jeeef<e&keâ DeeÙe keâes heâece& hej leerve efJekeâuheeW ceW mes Skeâ efJekeâuhe Ûegvekeâj
Debefkeâle keâjvee nw~
keâeuece 7. (a) Den&keâejer hejer#ee- FCšjceeref[Sš Ùee mecekeâ#e (10±2) hejer#ee, efpemes DeYÙeLeea ves GòeerCe& efkeâÙee nw DeLeJee efpemeceW DeYÙeLeea
meefcceefuele ngDee nw- Den&keâejer hejer#ee nw~ Deheveer Den&keâejer hejer#ee uesves Jeeues yees[& mes mecyeefvOele Keeves keâes efÛeefvnle keâjW~ Ùeefo
Deehekeâer Den&keâejer hejer#ee uesves Jeeueer ØeLece mebmLee ØeLece leerve mebmLeeDeeW keâes Deefleefjòeâ keâesF& DevÙe nw lees OTHER Jeeues
ieesues keâes keâeuee keâjW
(b) Den&keâejer hejer#ee keâe Je<e&- Den&keâejer hejer#ee keâe Je<e& efueKeW leLee megmebiele ieesueeW keâes keâeuee keâjW~
(c) Den&keâejer hejer#ee keâe Deveg›eâceebkeâ- Den&keâejer hejer#ee keâe Deveg›eâceebkeâ efueKeW leLee megmebiele ieesueeW keâes keâeuee keâjW~
(d) neF&mketâue Deveg›eâceebkeâ kegâue veew keâes‰keâ nw, ØelÙeskeâ ceW kesâJeue Skeâ Debkeâ efueKevee nw~ Ùeefo Deehekesâ Deveg›eâceebkeâ ceW veew mes
keâce Debkeâ nQ lees Fve Debkeâes kesâ hetJe& heÙee&hle mebKÙee ceW MetvÙe ueieekeâj FvnW veeW DebkeâeW Jeeueer mebKÙee yevee ueW~
pewmes - Example 9903 0 0 0 0 0 9 9 0 3
keâeuece 8. DeeJesokeâ keâe efuebie Deheves efuebie kesâ Devegmeej heg™<e DeLeJee ceefnuee Jeeues ieesues keâes keâeuee keâjW~
keâeuece 9. JeebefÚle DeefOeYeej/DeefOeueeYe/efJeefMe° Jeie& (#eweflepe Deej#eCe)-
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(a) Fme metÛevee hegefmlekeâe ceW efoÙes ieÙes ''mebef#ehle ØeJesMe efveÙece'' mebKÙee 5(a), 3(c) leLee 5(b) keâe meeJeOeeveer hetJe&keâ DeOÙeÙeve
keâjves kesâ yeeo ner GheÙegòeâ ieesues keâes keâeuee yeveeSb~
(b) Fme metÛevee hegefmlekeâe ceW efoÙes ieÙes 'mebef#ehle ØeJesMe efveÙece' mebKÙee 6 keâe meeJeOeeveer hetJe&keâ DeOÙeÙeve keâjves kesâ yeeo ner GheÙegòeâ
ieesues keâes keâeuee keâjW~
DevegmetefÛele peeefle, DevegmetefÛele pevepeeefle SJeb efJekeâueebie (meYeer mebJeie&) kesâ efJeÅeeefLe&ÙeeW nsleg Deueie mes DeeJesove
Øehe$e GheueyOe nQ~ Ùeefo DevÙe mebJeie& kesâ DeYÙeLeea Fme DeeJesove Øehe$e keâes Yejles nQ lees Gvekeâe DeYÙeLe&ve efvejmle keâj
efoÙee peeÙesiee~
keâeuece 10. efhelee keâe veece: (keâeuece mebKÙee leerve hej ‘DeYÙeLeea keâe veece' Yejs peeves Jeeues ieesues keâes keâeuee keâjves nsleg efveoxMeevegmeej) efhelee keâe hetje
veece YejW~
keâeuece 11. ceelee keâe veece: (keâeuece mebKÙee leerve hej ‘DeYÙeLeea keâe veece' Yejs peeves SJeb ieesues keâes keâeuee keâjves nsleg efveoxMeevegmeej) ceelee keâe hetje
veece YejW
keâeuece 12. je°^erÙelee : 1. efJeosMeer 2. YeejleerÙe 3. DeefveJeemeer YeejleerÙeeW ceW mes Deehe pees Yeer neW, Gmekesâ meeceves yeves efkeâmeer Skeâ ieesues keâes keâeuee keâjW~
keâeuece 13. DeuhemebKÙekeâ mecegoeÙe : 1. yeewæ 2. FmeeF& 3. pewve 4. cegefmuece 5. heâejmeer 6. efmekeäKe ceW Deehe efpeme Yeer mecØeoeÙe kesâ nes Gmekesâ
meeceves yeves ngS ieesues keâes keâeuee keâjW~
keâeuece 14. DeYÙeLeea Dehevee jòeâ mecetn keâe efJeJejCe oW~
keâeuece 15. veece leLee [ekeâ Éeje he$e JÙeJenej keâe hetCe& helee: Deehe peneB kesâ jnves Jeeues neW Gme mLeeve hej mechetCe& he$e JÙeJenej keâe helee, efheve
keâes[ meefnle Deb«espeer kesâ kewâefhešue uesšj ceW keâeues yeeue hJeeFbš hesve mes efueKeW~ Deehekeâe veece, efhelee/DeefYeYeeJekeâ keâe veece, cekeâeve meb0,
ieueer veb0/veece cegnuuee/ieeBJe/šesuee, [ekeâIej, efpeuee leLee ØeosMe efueKevee ve YetueW~ efoÙes ieÙes mLeeve hej efheve keâes[ DeJeMÙe efueKeW~
keâeuece 16. DeYÙeLeea keâe heâesšes«eeheâ Je nmlee#ej : DeeJesokeâ kesâ veece meefnle, jbieerve Je mhe° veJeervelece heâesšes«eeheâ (3.5²4.5 c.m.)
ieeWo/uesF& mes "erkeâ mes efÛehekeâeÙeW~ heâesšes«eeheâ keâe Deekeâej Dees0Sce0Deej0 DeeJesove Øehe$e ceW efoÙes ieÙes DeeÙele mes yeÌ[e veneR nesvee
ÛeeefnS~ Ùener heâesšes«eeheâ hejer#ee ceW GheefmLele he$ekeâ, ØeJesMe he$ekeâ leLee hee"Ùe›eâce ceW ØeJesMe kesâ Ghejevle meYeer cenòJehetCe& omleeJespeeW pewmes
efkeâ heefjÛeÙe he$e, cegKÙe hejer#ee ØeJesMe he$e Deeefo ceW ØeÙegòeâ nesiee~ heâesšes efKebÛeJeeles meceÙe Deheves veece keâer hešdšer jKekeâj heâesšes efKebÛeJeeÙes
leeefkeâ heâesšes hej DeYÙeLeea keâe veece Úhee nes~ keâeueer yeeue hJeeFbš hesve mes nmlee#ej keâjW~ Ùen nmlee#ej hejer#ee kesâ oewjeve DeYÙeLeea Éeje
efkeâÙes ieÙes nmlee#ej mes cesue Keevee ÛeeefnS~ Ùeefo Ùes oesveeW nmlee#ej cesue veneR Keeles lees DeYÙeLeea keâes hejer#ee mes yeefn<ke=âle keâj efoÙee
peeÙesiee~ ØeJesMe Øeehle nesves hej Deehekesâ heefjÛeÙe he$e hej Ùener nmlee#ej Debefkeâle nesiee~
keâeuece 17. veece leLee [ekeâ Éeje he$e JÙeJenej keâe hetCe& helee: mechetCe& he$e JÙeJenej keâe helee, efheve keâes[ meefnle Deb«espeer kesâ kewâefhešue uesšj ceW
keâeues yeeue hJeeFbš hesve mes efueKeW~ Deehekeâe veece, efhelee/DeefYeYeeJekeâ keâe veece, cekeâeve meb0, ieueer veb0/veece cegnuuee/ieeBJe/šesuee,
[ekeâIej, efpeuee leLee ØeosMe efueKevee ve YetueW~ efoÙes ieÙes mLeeve hej efheve keâes[ DeJeMÙe efueKeW~
keâeuece 18. Iees<eCee: Dees0Sce0Deej0 he$e kesâ meeF[ 2 ceW efueefKele Iees<eCee keâes meeJeOeeveer hetJe&keâ heÌ{W Deewj efveOee&efjle mLeeve hej keâeueer yeeue hJeeFbš
hesve mes nmlee#ej keâjW~
heeJeleer he$ekeâ: DeYÙeLeea heeJeleer he$ekeâ hej Dehevee veece, efhelee keâe veece, JeebefÚle hejer#ee leLee he$e JÙeJenej keâe helee (keâeuece 14 kesâ
Deveg™he) DeJeMÙe YejW~ Ùen heeJeleer he$ekeâ Dees0Sce0Deej0 DeeJesove he$e mes efJeueie keâj DeYÙeLeea keâes efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe Éeje DeeJesove he$e
keâer Øeeefhle hej efoÙee peeÙesiee~
Dees0Sce0Deej0 DeeJesove Øehe$e kewâmes pecee keâjW?
1. Dees0Sce0Deej0 DeeJesove Øehe$e hetCe& ™he mes Yejves kesâ heMÛeeled Gmes efveOee&efjle efueheâehesâ ceW jKekeâj efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe kesâ ØeJesMe YeJeve (ÛewLece ueeFvme
heefjmej) ceW mJeÙeb/ØeefleefveefOe 4 DeØewue, 2011 mes 24 DeØewue 2011 keâes Meece 4.00 yepes lekeâ pecee keâjkesâ Øeeefhle-jmeero Øeehle keâj ueW~
2. Ssmes DeYÙeLeea pees Skeâ mes DeefOekeâ hee"Ùe›eâceeW ceW ØeJesMe kesâ efueS DeeJesove kesâ DeÛÚgkeâ leLee Den& nQ, Jes ØelÙeskeâ hee"Ùe›eâce kesâ efueS Deueie-Deueie
DeeJesove Øehe$e YejW~
3. DeYÙeLeea ØelÙeskeâ DeeJesove Øehe$e Deueie-Deueie efueheâehesâ ceW Yejkeâj pecee keâjW leLee efueheâehesâ kesâ Thej JeebefÚle hee"Ùe›eâce keâe veece efueKeW~
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cenlJehetCe& metÛevee
[e@keâ Éeje Dees0Sce0Deej0 hebpeerkeâjCe Øehe$e efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe Éeje mJeerkeâej veneR efkeâÙee peeÙesiee~
ØeJesMe he$ekeâ
1. efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe Éeje Øeehle meYeer Den& DeeJesoveeW kesâ efueS ØeJesMe he$e efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe keâer JesyemeeFš www.auadmission.net hej
GheueyOe nesiee~ DeYÙeLeea Dehevee Dees0Sce0Deej0 heâece& mebKÙee SJeb pevceefleefLe keâes JesyemeeFš hej efueKekeâj Dehevee ØeJesMe he$e 7 ceF&, 2011 kesâ
Ghejevle [eGve uees[ keâj mekeâles nQ~ ØeJesMe hejer#ee ceW yew"ves kesâ efueS ØeJesMe he$e Ssmes meYeer Den& DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW keâes efveie&le efkeâÙes peeÙeWies efpevekesâ DeeJesove
(jefpemš^sMeve) DeeveueeFve Øehe$e DeLeJee Dees0Sce0Deej0 Øehe$e meYeer Âef°ÙeeW mes heefjhetCe&, efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe Éeje metefÛele Deefvlece efleefLe lekeâ Ùee
Fmemes henues efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe keâes Øeehle nes ieÙes nw~ ØeJesMe he$ekeâ ceW DeYÙeLeea kesâ DeeJesove Øehe$e keâer mebKÙee, Deveg›eâceebkeâ, veece, efhelee keâe veece, ceelee
keâe veece, meeceeefpekeâ mebJeie&, DeefOeYeej/DeefOeueeYe keâer efJeMes<e megefJeOee, DeeJebefšle hejer#ee kesâvõ keâe veece Deewj helee leLee hejer#ee keâeÙe&›eâce mes
mecyeefvOele metÛevee GheueyOe nesieer~
hejer#ee kesâvõ:
ØeJesMe hejer#ee Fueeneyeeo Menj kesâ efJeefYeVe kesâvõeW, ieesjKehegj SJeb yejsueer, YegJevesMJej, efouueer, hešvee SJeb Yeesheeue ceW mecheVe nesieer~ DeYÙeLeea
kesâ DeeJebefšle hejer#ee kesâvõ keâe mhe° GuuesKe ØeJesMe he$e ceW efkeâÙee peeÙesiee leLee efkeâmeer Yeer oMee ceW FmeceW heefjJele&ve veneR efkeâÙee peeÙesiee~ DeeJebefšle hejer#ee
kesâvõ kesâ efkeâmeer DevÙe kesâvõ hej DeYÙeLeea keâes hejer#ee ceW meefcceefuele nesves keâer Devegceefle veneR oer peeÙesieer~
Hejer#ee ceW meefcceefuele nesves kesâ efueS DeYÙeLeea keâes keâesF& Ùee$ee Yeòee osÙe veneR nesiee~
Hejer#ee keâeÙe&›eâce
Ùet0peer0S0šer0 2011 efvecve keâeÙe&›eâce kesâ Devegmeej mecheVe nesieer~
efove/efleefLe Hee"Ùe›eâce meceÙe
Meg›eâJeej, 20.05.2011 yeer0S0 09.00 - 11.00 Øeele:
MeefveJeej, 21.05.2011 yeer0Sme0meer0/yeer0Sme0meer (ShueeF[ meeFbme) 09.00 - 11.00 Øeele:
yeer0Sme0meer0 (ie=n efJe%eeve)
MeefveJeej, 21.05.2011 yeer0keâe@ce0 03.00 - 05.00 meeÙeb
1. hejer#ee kesâ efove Ùeefo meeJe&peefvekeâ DeJekeâeMe keâer Iees<eCee keâj oer peeleer nw, leye Yeer ØeJesMe hejer#ee GheÙe&òeâ keâeÙe&›eâce kesâ Devegmeej ner mecheVe nesieer~
2. DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW keâes meueen oer peeleer nw efkeâ Jes DeeJebefšle hejer#ee kesâvõ hej efveOee&efjle meceÙe mes DeeOee IeCše hetJe& hengBÛe peeSB~
Gòej he$ekeâ ceW ØeefJeef°ÙeeB kewâmes YejW?
1. Gòej he$ekeâ keâer mecemle ØeeefJeef°ÙeeB keâeues yeeue hJeeFbš hesve mes Yejer peeÙeWieer~
2. Fme hegefmlekeâe ceW Gòej he$ekeâ keâe Skeâ vecetvee mebueive nw~ ØelÙeskeâ ØeMve mebKÙee kesâ meeceves Ûeej ieesues efoÙes ieÙes nQ efpeveceW ›eâceMe: a, b, c, d Debefkeâle nw~
YeueerYeeBefle ØeMve heÌ{ves kesâ yeeo mener Gòej keâe ÛeÙeve keâjW leLee Gòej he$ekeâ ceW ØeMve mebKÙee kesâ meeceves efoÙes ieÙes keâes‰keâeW ceW mes mener Gòej Jeeues
De#ej mes Ùegòeâ ieesues keâes keâeues yeeue hJeeFbš hesve mes keâeuee keâjW~
ieesuee kewâmes keâeuee (Blacken) keâjW?

Ùen mener efJeefOe nw A B C D

Ùes ieuele efJeefOeÙeeB nQ A B C D

Ùen Ùeeo jKeW efkeâ Deehekeâes ØelÙeskeâ ØeMve kesâ efueS kesâJeue Skeâ Gòej efÛeefvnle keâjvee nw~ Ùeefo Deehe efkeâmeer ØeMve kesâ efueS Skeâ mes DeefOekeâ Gòej
efÛeefvnle keâjles nQ, lees Ssmes meYeer Gòej ieuele ceeves peeÙeWies, Yeues ner GveceW Skeâ Gòej mener nes~
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keäÙee Deehekeâes kesâJeue Devegceeve keâjkesâ Gòej osvee ÛeeefnS?
$e+Ceelcekeâ cetuÙeebkeâve :
$e+Ceelcekeâ (efveiesefšJe) cetuÙeebkeâve heæefle ueeiet nw~ ØelÙeskeâ mener Gòej kesâ efueS leerve Debkeâ efoÙes peeÙeWies, efkeâvleg ØelÙeskeâ ieuele Gòej kesâ efueS Skeâ
Debkeâ keâešs peeÙeWies~ Dele: Devegceeve kesâ DeeOeej hej Gòej osves keâe ØeÙeeme cele keâjW~ ØeMve keâe Gòej Yeer oW peye Deehekeâes Gmekeâe mener %eeve nes~
ceveceeves lejerkesâ mes DeLeJee kesâJeue Devegceeve mes Gòej osves hej Fme yeele keâer mecYeeJevee DeefOekeâ nw efkeâ Deehekeâe hejer#ee Øeehleebkeâ keâce nes peeÙes~
hejer#ee kesâ Debie leLee hee"Ùe›eâce :
ØeJesMe hejer#ee oes IebšeW keâer nesieer~ ØelÙeskeâ DeYÙeLeea keâes yengefJekeâuheerÙe Øekeâej kesâ 150 Jemlegefve‰ ØeMveeW keâes nue keâjvee nw~ ØelÙeskeâ mener Gòej hej
leerve Debkeâ efoÙes peeÙeWies Deewj ØelÙeskeâ ieuele Gòej hej Skeâ Debkeâ keâšWies~
— A.: yeer0S0 ØeJesMe hejer#ee
1. Deb«espeer DeLeJee efnvoer (Yee<ee SJeb meeefnlÙe) 25 ØeMve
DeYÙeLeea GheÙeg&òeâ oes efJekeâuheeW ceW mes kesâJeue Skeâ keâes ner ÛegveWies~ ØeMve Fme Øekeâej kesâ neWies efpevemes DeYÙeLeea keâer efJeefMe° Yee<ee leLee
meeefnlÙe keâer mecePe-MeyoeJeueer, JÙeekeâjCe leLee Deheef"le ieÅe keâer hejKe nes mekesâ~
2. meeceevÙe peeie™keâlee 25 ØeMve
Fmekeâe keâesF& efmLej hee"Ùe›eâce veneR nw~ FmeceW meceepe keâes ØeYeeefJele keâjves Jeeueer meeceeefpekeâ, DeeefLe&keâ leLee jepeveereflekeâ IešveeDeeW hej
DeeOeeefjle ØeMve neWies~ hetÚs peeves Jeeues ØeMveeW keâe mlej Jener nesiee efpemekeâer FCšjceeref[Sš kesâ efJeÅeeLeea mes meeceevÙele: Dehes#ee keâer peeleer nw~
3. meeceevÙe ceeveefmekeâ ÙeesiÙelee 25 ØeMve
Fve ØeMveeW mes hejer#eeLeea keâer leke&â #ecelee, mecyevOeeW kesâ DevegYeJe keâjves keâer #ecelee leLee DevÙe ceeveefmekeâ keâeÙe& pees meeceevÙe Øeke=âefle kesâ nQ,
keâer hejKe nesieer~ ØeMve Meeefyokeâ leLee efÛe$e ™he oesveeW Øekeâej kesâ neWies~
4. efJeÉòeehetCe& ØeefleYee 75 ØeMve
meele efJe<eÙeeW veeieefjkeâ MeeŒe, DeLe&MeeŒe, Yetieesue, Fefleneme, leke&âMeeŒe, mebmke=âle leLee Got& ceW mes ØelÙeskeâ hej FCšjceeref[Sš
hee"Ùe›eâce mlej kesâ 25 ØeMve neWies~ ØelÙeskeâ DeYÙeLeea keâes efkeâvneR leerve efJe<eÙeeW kesâ meYeer ØeMveeW kesâ Gòej osves neWies~
— B.: yeer0Sme0meer0 ØeJesMe hejer#ee
yeer0Sme0meer0 (peerJe efJe%eeve), yeer0Sme0meer0 (ieefCele), yeer0Sme0meer0(ShueeF[ meeFvme), yeer0Sme0meer0 (ie=n efJe%eeve) kesâ
efueS meceeve~
1. meeceevÙe Deb«espeer DeLeJee meeceevÙe efnvoer 20 ØeMve
DeYÙeLeea GheÙeg&òeâ oes efJekeâuheeW ceW mes kesâJeue Skeâ keâes ner ÛegveWies~ ØeMve Fme Øekeâej kesâ neWies efpeveceW DeYÙeLeea keâer efJeefMe° Yee<ee keâer
MeyoeJeueer, Jele&veer leLee Gmekesâ JÙeekeâjCe keâer hejKe nes mekesâ~
2. meeceevÙe peeie™keâlee 10 ØeMve
Fmekeâe keâesF& efmLej hee"Ùe›eâce veneR nw~ FmeceW meceepe keâes ØeYeeefJele keâjves Jeeueer meeceeefpekeâ, DeeefLe&keâ leLee jepeveereflekeâ IešveeDeeW hej
DeeOeeefjle ØeMve neWies~ hetÚs peeves Jeeues ØeMveeW keâe mlej Jener nesiee efpemekeâer FCšjceeref[Sš kesâ efJeÅeeLeea mes meeceevÙele: Dehes#ee keâer peeleer nw~
3. efJe%eeve efJe<eÙe (FCšjceeref[Sš hee"Ùe›eâce mlej) 120 ØeMve
Ûeej efJe<eÙees 1. Yeeweflekeâ efJe%eeve, 2. jmeeÙeve MeeŒe 3. ieefCele leLee 4. peerJe efJe%eeve ceW mes ØelÙeskeâ efJe<eÙe hej 40 ØeMve neWies~ ieefCele
Oeeje kesâ DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW keâes Yeeweflekeâ efJe%eeve, jmeeÙeve efJe%eeve leLee ieefCele kesâ 120 ØeMve keâjveW neWies~ peerJe efJe%eeve Oeeje kesâ DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW keâes
Yeeweflekeâ efJe%eeve, jmeeÙeve efJe%eeve leLee peerJe efJe%eeve kesâ 120 ØeMve keâjves neWies leLee efpeve DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW ves yeer0Sme0 meer0 (ShueeF[
meeFbme) Deewj yeer0Sme0meer0 (ie=n efJe%eeve) nsleg DeeJesove efkeâÙee nw Jes Fve efJe<eÙeeW ceW mes efkeâvneR leerve efJe<eÙeeW kesâ meYeer ØeMve keâjWies~
— C. : yeer0keâe@ce0 ØeJesMe hejer#ee:
1. meeceevÙe Deb«espeer DeLeJee meeceevÙe efnvoer 20 ØeMve
DeYÙeLeea GheÙeg&òeâ oes efJekeâuheeW ceW mes kesâJeue Skeâ keâes ner ÛegveWies~ ØeMve Fme Øekeâej neWies efpevemes DeYÙeLeea keâer efJeefMe° Yee<ee keâer
MeyoeJeueer, Jele&veer leLee Gmekesâ JÙeekeâjCe keâer hejKe nes mekesâ~
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2. meeceevÙe peeie™keâlee 10 ØeMve
Fmekeâe keâesF& efmLej hee"Ùe›eâce veneR nw~ FmeceW meceepe keâes ØeYeeefJele keâjves Jeeues meeceeefpekeâ, DeeefLe&keâ leLee jepeveereflekeâ IešveeDeeW hej
DeeOeeefjle ØeMve neWies~ hetBÚs peeves Jeeues ØeMveeW keâe mlej Jener nesiee efpemekeâer FCšjceeref[Sš kesâ efJeÅeeLeea mes meeceevÙele: Dehes#ee keâer peeleer nw~
3. JeeefCepÙe efJe<eÙe (FCšjceeref[Sš hee"Ùe›eâce mlej) 120 ØeMve
kegâue 120 ØeMve neWies~ ØeMveeW keâe efJeJejCe efvecve Øekeâej nesiee-
(i) uesKeeMeeŒe : 40 ØeMve (v) DeLe&MeeŒe : 10 ØeMve
(ii) JÙeJemeeefÙekeâ heæefle : 20 ØeMve (vi) yeercee : 05 ØeMve
(iii) cegõe : 20 ØeMve (vii) ØeyevOeve : 05 ØeMve
(iv) DeefOekeâes<eCe : 20 ØeMve
mebef#ehle heüJesMe efveÙece
(efJemle=le metÛevee kesâ efueS yeer0S0/yeer0Sme0-meer0/yeer0Sme0meer0(ShueeF[ meeFbme), yeer0Sme0meer0 (ie=n efJe%eeve) yeer0keâe@ce0 ØeJesMe
DeOÙeeosMe SJeb heefjefveÙece osKeW~ efJeJeeo keâer efmLeefle ceW efJeJejefCekeâe keâe Deb«espeer mebmkeâjCe ceevÙe nesiee~
1. meYeer Den& DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW kesâ efueS, pees yeer0S0/yeer0Sme0meer0/yeer0Sme0meer0 (ShueeF[ meeFbme), yeer0Sme0meer0 (ie=n efJe%eeve) / yeer0keâe@ce0
hee"Ùe›eâce kesâ ØeLece Je<e& ceW ØeJesMe uesvee Ûeenles nQ, JeebefÚle keâ#eeDeeW keâer ØeJesMe hejer#ee ceW meefcceefuele nesvee DeefveJeeÙe& nw~
2. Gve efJeosMeer veeieefjkeâeW kesâ efueS efpevneWves Den&keâejer hejer#ee GòeerCe& keâjkesâ ceeveJe mebmeeOeve efJekeâeme ceb$eeueÙe, efMe#ee efJeYeeie, Yeejle mejkeâej kesâ
ceeOÙece mes ØeJesMe kesâ efueS DeeJesove efkeâÙee nw, ØeJesMe hejer#ee ceW meefcceefuele nesvee DeefveJeeÙe& veneR nw~ GvnW Fueeneyeeo efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe keâer efJeosMeer
hejeceoMe&oe$eer meefceefle keâer mebmlegefle hej ØeJesMe efoÙee pee mekeâlee nw~ veeefcele DeYÙeLeea ØeJesMe Øeef›eâÙee keâer meceeefhle kesâ hetJe& DeeMeÙe DeeJesove keâjW
DevÙeLee Gvekesâ DeYÙeLe&ve hej efJeÛeej veneR efkeâÙee peeÙesiee~
3. DevegmetefÛele peeefle ßesCeer, DevegmetefÛele pevepeeefle ßesCeer leLee DevÙe efheÚÌ[e Jeie& mes mecyeefvOele DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW keâer ØelÙeskeâ efJe<eÙe keâesF& ceW mJeerke=âle mLeeve ceW
efvecve Devegheele ceW Deej#eCe efoÙee peeÙesiee:
(a) DevegmetefÛele peeefle ßesCeer mes mebyebefOele DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW kesâ efueÙes : 15³
(b) DevegmetefÛele pevepeeefle ßesCeer mes mebyebefOele DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW kesâ efueÙes : 7.5³
(c) DevÙe efheÚÌ[e Jeie& mes mebyebefOele DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW kesâ efueÙes: 27³ me$e 2011-12 ceW~ Ùen kesâvõerÙe mejkeâej kesâ kesâvõerÙe efMe#eCe mebmLeeve
(ØeJesMe Deej#eCe) DeefOeefveÙece, 2006 SJeb ceeveJe mebmeeOeve efJekeâeme ceb$eeueÙe kesâ efveÙeceeW kesâ Deveg™he nw~
(d) efJekeâueebie DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW kesâ efueÙes: 3³ (1³ Âef° SJeb 1³ n[d[er efJekeâueebielee)
4 meeceevÙe (Deveejef#ele mebJeie&), DevegmetefÛele peeefle SJeb DevegmetefÛele pevepeeefle, DevÙe efheÚÌ[e Jeie& leLee efJekeâueebielee meefnle meYeer mebJeieeX keâer Deueie-
Deueie ÙeesiÙelee ›eâce metÛeer nesieer~
5. DeeJesokeâeW keâes ØeJesMe hejer#ee Øeehleebkeâ hej efoÙee ieÙee DeefOeYeej/DeefOeueeYe: DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW keâes hejer#ee Øeehleebkeâ ceW GefÛele DeefOeYeej/DeefOeueeYe leYeer osÙe
nesiee peyeefkeâ Gmeves Ssmee oeJee Deheves DeeJesove Øehe$e ceW efkeâÙee nw~ Ssmes DeYÙeLeea keâes DeOeesefueefKele DeefOeYeej/DeefOeueeYe ceW mes kesâJeue Skeâ osÙe
nesiee~
(a) Sve0meer0meer0 “B” ØeceeCe-he$e Oeejkeâ DeYÙeLeea keâes 5³ DeefOeueeYe leLee 'C' ØeceeCe he$e Oeejkeâ keâes 10³ DeefOeueeYe osÙe nesiee~
(b) keâMceerjer efJemLeeefheleeW keâes lelmecyevOeer ØeceeCe-he$e kesâ DeeOeej hej kesâvõerÙe mejkeâej kesâ Je<e& 2008 ØeeJeOeeveeW kesâ Devleie&le DeefOeueeYe efoÙee peeÙesiee~
6. Glke=â° efKeueeefÌ[ÙeeW keâes SLeuesefškeâ SmeesefmeSMeve Éeje efveOee&efjle ceevekeâeW kesâ DeeOeej hej Gvekeâer lelmecyevOeer mebmlegefle hej GvnW ØeJesMe efoÙee peeSiee~
Ssmes DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW keâes Yeer ØeJesMe hejer#ee ceW yew"vee DeefveJeeÙe& nw~
7. DeefOeueeYe/DeefOeYeej/efJeMes<e megefJeOee DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW keâes leYeer osÙe nesieer peyeefkeâ Gmeves Deheves DeeJesove Øehe$e ceW Fmekeâe oeJee efkeâÙee nw leLee ØeJesMe kesâ
meceÙe efveOee&efjle omleeJespe leLee ØeceeCe he$e Øemlegle keâjlee nw~ Fmeer hee"Ùe›eâce ceW ØeJesMe nsleg ÙeesiÙelee ›eâce keâe efveOee&jCe DeYÙeLeea keâe mebieefCele
(keâchÙetšs[) Debkeâ kesâ DeeOeej hej Fme Øekeâej efkeâÙee peeÙesiee~ mebieefCele Debkeâ · ØeJesMe hejer#ee Øeehleebkeâ ± DeefOeYeej (Jesšspe) DeefOeueeYe
(ØeerefceÙece)/(Ùeefo keâesF& nw)~
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8. peneB oes Ùee DeefOekeâ DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW kesâ mebieefCekeâ Debkeâ meceeve nQ, JeneB ØeJesMe Deewj/DeLeJee efJe<eÙeeW kesâ DeeJebšve keâe efveOee&jCe DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW kesâ mebieefCele
Debkeâ kesâ DeeOeej hej Fme Øekeâej nesiee-
(a) DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW Éeje FCšjceeref[Sš DeLeJee mecekeâ#e hejer#ee ceW Øeehle Debkeâ~
(b) Ùeefo FCšjceeref[Sš DeLeJee mecekeâ#e hejer#ee ceW oesveeW DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW kesâ Debkeâ meceeve nw, leye neF&mketâue DeLeJee mecekeâ#e hejer#ee ceW Øeehle Debkeâ~
(c) Ùeefo neF&mketâue DeLeJee mecekeâ#e hejer#ee ceW oesveeW DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW kesâ Øeehleebkeâ meceeve nw, leye ueešjer heæefle Éeje~
ØeJesMe hejer#eeheâue keâer Iees<eCee
1. Ùet0peer0S0šer0 2011 keâe mechetCe& hejer#eeheâue efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe Éeje 11 petve, 2011 lekeâ Ieesef<ele efkeâÙee peeÙesiee~
2. ØeJesMe kesâ efueS meheâue Ieesef<ele DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW keâe hejer#eeheâue SJeb Øeleer#eemetÛeer Fueeneyeeo veiej kesâ meceeÛeej he$eeW ceW ØekeâeMeve kesâ efueS Øesme keâes Yespeer
peeÙeWieer~ hejer#eeheâue owefvekeâ meceeÛeej he$eeW/efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe keâer JesyemeeFš www.auadmission.net mes SJeb ØeJesMe YeJeve Fueeneyeeo
efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe kesâ metÛevee heó hej Øeehle efkeâÙee pee mekeâlee nw~
ØeJesMe Øeef›eâÙee
1. 15 petve, 2011 mes ØeJesMe efoÙee peeSiee efpemekeâer metÛevee kesâJeue mLeeveerÙe meceeÛeej he$eeW ceW ØekeâeefMele keâer peeÙesieer~ ØeJesMe keâeÙe&›eâceeW keâer mechetCe&
Fueeneyeeo efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe keâer JesyemeeFš hej Yeer GheueyOe nesieer~ hejeceMe& (keâeGefvmeefuebie) nsleg Deueie mes ØelÙeskeâ efJeÅeeLeea keâes keâesF& metÛevee
JÙeefòeâiele ™he mes veneR Yespeer peeÙesieer ve ner JÙeefòeâiele hetÚleeÚ keâer megefJeOee DevegcevÙe nesieer~
2. hejeceMe& (keâeGefvmeefuebie) keâe GösMÙe DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW keâes hee"Ùe›eâce/efJe<eÙe ÛeÙeve ceW cesefjš kesâ Devegmeej GheueyOe efjòeâ mLeeveeW kesâ
DeeOeej hej meneÙelee keâjvee nw~
3. Fueeneyeeo efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe SJeb mebIeškeâ efJeÅeeueÙeeW ceW hejeceMe& SJeb ØeJesMe Deueie-Deueie SJeb Skeâ ner meceÙe hej nesiee, ÙeÅeefhe jepeef<e& šC[ve
ceefnuee ceneefJeÅeeueÙe Fueeneyeeo efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe mes mebÙegòeâ kesâJeue Úe$eeDeeW kesâ efueS ØeJesMe, ØeJesMe YeJeve mes efoÙee peeÙesiee~
4. DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW keâes keâeGvmeefuebie nsleg efveOee&efjle mLeeve hej efJe%eeefhele efleefLe/meceÙe hej (mebJeie&/cesefjš metÛeer/hee"Ùe›eâce/efjòeâ meeršeW keâer GheueyOelee kesâ
DeeOeej hej mLeeveerÙe owefvekeâeW ceW ØekeâeefMele meceÙe meejCeer kesâ Devegmeej) JeebefÚle omleeJespeeW kesâ meeLe mJeÙeb GheefmLele veneR nesves hej Gmeer mebJeie& kesâ
JejerÙelee metÛeer ceW efveÙeceevegmeej Deieues DeYÙeLeea keâes mLeeve DeeJebefšle keâj efoÙee peeSiee Deewj Fme Øekeâej DeYÙeLeea ØeJesMe keâe Dehevee DeJemej ieJeeb
osiee~
ØeJesMe kesâ meceÙe Øemlegle efkeâÙes peeves Jeeues cetue ØeceeCe he$e SJeb omleeJespe
(Fvekesâ efyevee DeYÙeLeea kesâ ØeJesMe kesâ oeJes hej efJeÛeej veneR efkeâÙee peeSiee)
(a) neF&mketâue Ùee mecekeâ#e hejer#ee keâer cetue Debkeâleeefuekeâe SJeb ØeceeCe he$e leLee Gvekeâer ÚeÙeeØeefleÙeeB~
(b) FCšjceeref[Sš Ùee mecekeâ#e hejer#ee keâer cetue Debkeâleeefuekeâe SJeb ØeceeCe he$e leLee Gvekeâer ÚeÙeeØeefleÙeeB
(c) (i) Den&keâejer hejer#ee kesâ efveÙeefcele Úe$eeW keâe cetue mLeeveevlejCe ØeceeCe he$e (šer0meer0)/ceeF«esMeve ØeceeCe he$e~
(ii) Den&keâejer hejer#ee kesâ JÙeefòeâiele (ØeeFJesš) DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW keâes veesšjer heefyuekeâ keâefceMvej Éeje melÙeeefhele MeheLe he$e~
(d) efJeMJeefJeÅeeueÙe Éeje efveie&le cetue ØeJesMe he$e hejer#ee/mecevJeÙekeâ Ùet0peer0S0šer0-2011 Éeje efveie&le ØeJesMe hejer#ee mes Útš mecyevOeer cetue he$e
leLee Fmekeâer ÚeÙeeØeefle Øemlegle keâjvee DeefveJeeÙe& nw~
(e) DeefOeYeej/DeefOeueeYe/efJeMes<e megefJeOee keâe oeJee keâjves Jeeues DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW keâes efvecveefueefKele Deefleefjòeâ omleeJespe Øemlegle keâjves neWies:
(i) Ùeefo DeYÙeLeea ves Meeefmele Øehe$e ceW DevegmetefÛele peeefle/DevegmetefÛele pevepeeefle, Dees0yeer0meer0 mebJeie& ceW ØeJesMe keâe oeJee efkeâÙee nw leye
efveOee&efjle peeefle ØeceeCe he$e keâe cetue he$e leLee ÚeÙeeØeefle Øemlegle keâjvee DeefveJeeÙe& nw~
(ii) efveÙece 3(d) mes Meeefmele DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW keâes efpeuee efÛeefkeâlmeeueÙe kesâ cegKÙe efÛeefkeâlmee DeefOekeâejer (meer0Sce0Dees0) Ùee Fueeneyeeo kesâ
efJekeâueebie kesâvõ Éeje efveie&le Meejerefjkeâ (ÂMÙe, ßeJÙe SJeb DeefmLe) De#ecelee ØeceeCe he$e keâer cetueØeefle leLee ÚeÙeeØeefle~
(iii) efveÙece 5(a) mes Meeefmele DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW keâes Sve0meer0yeer0 “B” leLee “C” ØeceeCe he$e keâer cetue Øeefle leLee ÚeÙeeØeefle~
(iv) efveÙece 5(b) mes Meeefmele DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW keâes Yeejle mejkeâej Éeje keâMceerj efJemLeeefheleeW keâes peejer ØeceeCe he$e keâer cetue Øeefle leLee ÚeÙeeØeefle,
kesâvõerÙe mejkeâej kesâ ØeeJeOeeveeW kesâ Devegmeej ØeJesMe ceW keâMceerj efJemLeeefheleeW keâes ueeYe efoÙee peeÙesiee~
(v) efveÙece 6 Meeefmele DeYÙeefLe&ÙeeW keâes Kesue ceW Glke=â°lee nsleg je°^erÙe mlej kesâ ØeceeCe he$e keâer cetueØeefle leLee ÚeÙeeØeefle~
(vi) DeeÙe keâe ØeceeCe he$e (Ùeefo heefjJeej keâer Jeeef<e&keâ DeeÙe Skeâ ueeKe lekeâ nw lees) me#ece DeefOekeâejer Éeje efveie&le keâjevee nesiee~
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Model Question (a) (1) contains an error
(cee@[ue ØeMve : yeer0S0) (b) (2) contains an error
English Language and Literature (c) (3) contains an error
1. Comprehension (d) (4) There is no error
“One day Lord Gautam Buddha came to a city (Answer c)
preaching his gospel. In that city lived a widow who 3. Vocabulary
only a few days before and lost her only son. Type I
Hearing that Lord Gautam Buddha was in town, she Quit means:
carried to him the rotting body of her boy and said, (a) leave (b) Yes, Right
“Lord, I am a widow and this was my only child, (c) Calm (d) a liquid measure
please bring him back to life.” The Buddha was all
(Answer a)
compassion, 'Mother', he said, “get handful of
mustard seeds from a home where there has been no OR
death and I shall bring your son back to life.” The Currant is
widow rose. From morning till evening she went (a) electricity (b) A flow of something
knocking from door to door and asking for a handful (c) modern (d) a kind of
of mustard seeds. Every housewife was willing to (Answer d)
give her the seed but she found no home where there Type II
had been no death. Somewhere the father had died,
From the list below choose one word meaning
somewhere a son, or a daughter. At night the widow
“belonging to the present or recent times.”
came back to Gautam Buddha and bowing before
him said, “Lord make me your disciple. (a) eternal (b) contemporary
Why did the widow have to go to so many (c) historical (d) chronological
houses asking for a handful of mustard seeds? (Answer a)
(a) Because nobody wanted to give her the seeds. Type III
(b) Because nobody kept mustard seeds at home. Choose from the following words an antonym for
(c) Because the Buddha was very clever. 'rational'.
(d) Because nobody fulfilled the condition for (a) illogical (b) emotional
giving her the seeds. (c) foolish (d) silly (Answer a)
(Answer d) Type IV
2. Grammer and Usage Which one of the following sets of words has been
Type I rightly paired?
Which one of the following is grammatically (a) bull, grutns (b) buffalo, trumpets
correct? (c) lion, howis (d) horse, neighs
(a) I am having a good friend who gave me a cat. (Answer d)
(b) I have a good friend who gave me a cat. 4. Spelling
(c) I have a best friend who gave me a cat. Type I
(d) I have good friends who gave me a cat.
Which one of the following words has been misspelt?
Type II
(a) leisure (b) perceive
The fat man said to the thin man. “For three
(c) neither (d) Nice (Answer d)
(1) (2)
Type II
Days late no any food.
Which one of the following sets of words has been
(3) wrongly paired
In the underlined portion (1), (2) and (3) of the (a) Hot-cold (b) moving-stationary
sentence above:
(c) brave-cowardly (d) quite-noise (Answer d)
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Type III efÉleerÙe Øekeâej
After his illness he was adviced to take efvecveefueefKele MeyoeW ceW mes ieuele Meyo keâewve mee nw?
(1) (2) (a) efvemJeeme (b) Dele:
Sufficient rest.
(c) hegveMÛe (d) Øeele: keâeue
(3)
In the underlined portion 1, 2 and 3 of the (Gòej - a)
sentence above. le=leerÙe Øekeâej
(a) (1) contains an error efvecveefueefKele efceueles-pegueles MeyoeW ceW mes ieuele Jele&veer Jeeuee Meyo keâewve mee
(b) (2) contains an error nw?
(c) (3) contains an error (a) Œe° (b) mepe&ve
(d) there is no error
(c) meie& (d) efßebieej (Gòej - d)
(Answer b)
efnvoer Yee<ee leLee meeefnlÙe (Ke) MeyoeJeueer
DeJeyeesOeve ØeLece Øekeâej
efvecveefueefKele ieÅeebMe keâes heefÌ{Ùes Deewj Devle ceW efoÙes ieÙes ØeMveeW keâe ''peye ceQ meceejesn ceW hengBÛee lees meYeer ueesie cesjer...... keâj jns Les~'' GheÙeg&òeâ
Gòej oerefpeS~ JeekeäÙe ceW efjòeâ mLeeve ceW efvecveefueefKele ceW mes keâewve-mee Meyo meyemes GheÙeg&òeâ
''efÛe$eeW kesâ veerÛes efueKes cepecetveeW ves meerOeer meeoer Yee<ee ceW otmejs nw?
osMeeW Deewj otmejs ueesieeW mes cesje heefjÛeÙe keâjeÙee ~ Deleerle Deewj Jele&ceeve (a) Øeleer#ee (b) Dehes#ee
keâer yengle meer IešveeDeeW kesâ yeejs ceW yeleeÙee efpeveceW mes keâF& cesjer mecePe ceW (c) DeeMee (d) DeYÙeLe&vee
ve Deeleer Deewj Fmemes cesje ÜoÙe keâÛeesš G"lee~ keâYeer-keâYeer leerj keâer (Gòej - a)
YeeBefle kegâÚ Meyo cesjs efoceeie ceW Deekeâj škeâjeles nQ~ Ùes Meyo cesjs peer efÉleerÙe Øekeâej
keâe pebpeeue yeve peeles Deewj cesjs efoceeie ceW hewâuekeâj Flevee hewâueles yeÌ{les
keâer efmeJee Gvekesâ kegâÚ Deewj ve megveeF& oslee Deewj cegPe ueielee nw efkeâ Fve efvecveefueefKele MeyoeW ceW mes keâewve-mee Meyo DevÙe leerve MeyoeW kesâ Jeie& ceW veneR
MeyoeW kesâ DeLe& keâe helee ueieeS efyevee cesjer mecePe ceW kegâÚ veneR DeeÙesiee jKee pee mekeâlee nw?
ceeveeW Ùes Meyo ØenefjÙeeW keâer YeeBefle meYeer jnmÙeeW kesâ Éeje KeÌ[s nes~ (a) mvesn (b) Øesce
yengOee mecetÛes JeekeäÙe cesjs efoceeie ceW Deškeâ keâj jn peeles, ceebme ceW Iegbmeer (c) Devegjeie (d) menevegYetefle
ceebme keâer lejn Keškeâles Deewj cesjs efueS DevÙe efkeâmeer Deesj OÙeeve (Gòej - d)
ueieevee DemecYeJe keâj osles nQ~'' le=leerÙe Øekeâej
uesKekeâ kesâ MeyoeW keâes Øenjer FmeefueS keâne nw efkeâ efvecveefueefKele ceW mes meeceevÙe Meyo keâe efJeueesce DeLe& metÛekeâ Meyo keâewve-mee
(a) Meyo efÛe$eeW kesâ veerÛes efueKes Les~ nw?
(b) MeyoeW kesâ ceeOÙece mes Jen Deheves keâes JÙeòeâ keâjlee nw~ (a) DeceevÙe (b) efJeefMe°
(c) Meyo Gvekesâ ceve mes škeâjeles Les~ (c) efJeue#eCe (d) GheÙeg&òeâ ceW mes keâesF& veneR
(d) Gmes MeyoeW keâe DeLe& mecePeeves ceW keâef"veeFÙeeB nesleer Leer~
(Gòej - d) (Gòej - b)
(keâ) Jele&veer ÛelegLe& Øekeâej
ØeLece Øekeâej Gme JÙeefòeâ kesâ efueS pees YeeJeer IešveeDeeW keâes peevelee nw, efvecveefueefKele ceW mes
efvecveefueefKele Meyo ™heeW ceW mes Jele&veer keâe mener ™he keâewve-mee nw? keâewve mee Meyo GheÙegòeâ nw?
(a) efšheCeer (b) efšhheÌ[er (a) YeefJe<Ùe õ°e (b) %eeveer
(c) efšhheCeer (d) efšhheefCe (c) pÙeesefle<eer (d) GheÙeg&òeâ leerveeW ceW mes keâesF& veneR
(Gòej - c) (Gòej - c)
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hebÛece Øekeâej 2. ieefle kesâ efveÙeceeW kesâ DevJes<ekeâ keâewve Lee?
''veew oes iÙeejn nesvee'' keâe leelheÙe& nw (a) iewueerefueÙees (b) vÙetšve
(a) oes mebKÙeeDeeW keâes peesÌ[keâj yeÌ[er mebKÙee yeveeve (c) DeeFvmešeFve (d) kesâheuej
(b) Demeceeve ueesieeW mes efce$elee nesvee (Gòej - d)
(c) Yeeie KeÌ[s nesvee 3. heâmeueeW keâer Ûe›eâerÙe yegJeeF& kesâ efueS iesntB keâes efvecveefueefKele ceW mes
(d) ÙeesiÙelee mes TBÛee G"vee (Gòej - c) efkeâmekesâ meeLe jKee pee mekeâlee nw~
metÛevee: DevÙe Øekeâej kesâ ØeMve Yeer mecYeJe nw~ (a) Oeeve (b) Dejnj
(ie) JÙeekeâjCe (c) Ûevee (d) FmeceW mes keâesF& veneR
ØeLece Øekeâej (Gòej - a)
YeejleerÙe mesveeDeeW ves meodYeeJeveeDeeW kesâ DeeOeej hej 4. efvecveefueefKele ceW mes keâewve-mee keâÛÛes ceeue hej DeJeefmLele GÅeesie nw?
(1) (2) (a) ueewn SJeb Fmheele (b) jsMeceer JeŒe
kegâÚ peieneW hej meÌ[keWâ "erkeâ keâj oer (c) DeuÙegefceefveÙece (d) ceesšj Jeenve
(3) (Gòej - d)
(a) JeekeäÙeebMe (1) ceW $egefš nw meeceevÙe yeewefækeâ #ecelee
(b) JeekeäÙeebMe (2) ceW $egefš nw 1. veerÛes yeves efÛe$e kesâ mJe™he keâes OÙeevehetJe&keâ osefKeÙes~ efÛe$e ceW Skeâ
(c) JeekeäÙeebMe (3) ceW $egefš nw Keeueer peien nw~ Gme Keeueer peien ceW veerÛes yeves Ûeej šgkeâÌ[esW ceW mes
(d) efkeâmeer ceW Yeer $egefš veneR nw efkeâme šgkeâÌ[s keâes jKeves ceW efÛe$e hetje nesiee?
(Gòej - b)
efÉleerÙe Øekeâej
ieg™peer ....... Dee%ee ceevevee nceeje keâòe&JÙe nw~ GheÙe&gòeâ JeekeäÙeebMe kesâ
efjòeâ mLeeve ceW keâewve mee keâejkeâ efÛevn nesiee?
(a) keâe (b) kesâ (a) (b) (c) (d)
(c) keâer (d) oesveeW nes mekeâles nwb~ (Gòej c)
(Gòej - c) 2. efvecveefueefKele meceerkeâjCe ceW oes mLeeveeW hej ØeMve efÛevn yeveW nQ-
le=leerÙe Øekeâej 4 ?
·
efvecveefueefKele JeekeäÙeeW ceW mes keâewve mee JeekeäÙe ieuele?
? 100
(a) Jecee& keâer meerceeDeeW hej Ûeerveer mesveeSB osKeer ieF&~ Fveces mes efkeâme Skeâ ner mebKÙee oesveeW ØeMve keâer peien jKee pee mekeâlee nw-
(b) ieeskeâea kesâ GhevÙeemeeW keâe efnvoer ceW DevegJeeo ngDee~ (a) 1 (b) 2
(c) ieesheeue keâer DeJemLee 15 Je<e& keâer nw~ (c) 25 (d) 100
(d) leerveeW JeekeäÙe mener nQ~ (Gòej -b)
(Gòej - d)
3. Ùeefo BEAT keâes ZCYR efueKee nw lees SOUP keâes efueKee
meeceevÙe peeie™keâlee pee mekeâlee nw?
1. efvecveefueefKele ceW mes keâewve keâefJe nesves kesâ meeLe efÛe$ekeâej Yeer Les?
(a) RMTN (b) MNSQ
(a) ceesncceo Fkeâyeeue (b) Dece=le Mesj - efieue
(c) QNSO (d) QMSN
(c) peeefceveer jeÙe (d) jJeervõ veeLe šwieesj
(Gòej -d)
(Gòej - d)
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efJe<eÙe - veeieefjkeâMeeŒe (c) Glheeove keâer kegâue ueeiele keâer leguevee ceW kegâue GheÙeesefielee keâer
1. jepÙe keâer Glheefòe kesâ mecyevOe ceW meyemes ceevÙe efmeæevle nw~ Je=efæ oj
(a) owJeerÙe DeefOekeâej efmeæevle (d) Skeâ meceÙeeJeefOe kesâ oewjeve GheÙeesie keâer ieF& Skeâ Deefleefjòeâ
(b) yeue efmeæevle FkeâeF& ceW kegâue GheÙeesefielee ceW Je=efæ
(c) meeceeefpekeâ mebefJeoe efmeæevle (Gòej -d)
(d) efJekeâemeMeeruelee efmeæevle 3. hetCe& ØeeflemheOee& yeepeej (hejhesâkeäš ceekexâš) keâe DeeJeMÙekeâ ue#eCe nw-
(Gòej -d) (a) efkeâmeer Yeer meceÙe hej mece™he (DeeF[sefCškeâue) JemlegDeeW kesâ
efueS keâerceleeW keâer Deveskeâ™helee (ceušerefhueefmešer)
2. Skeâ peve-mecegoeÙe keâes leye lekeâ je°^ veneR keâne pee mekeâlee peye
(b) efkeâmeer Yeer meceÙe hej meeceevÙe (DeeF[sefCškeâue) JemlegDeeW kesâ
lekeâ efkeâ-
efueS kesâJeue Skeâ ner keâercele
(a) meye keâer Yee<ee Skeâ ve nes
(c) LeesÌ[s mes ›esâlee Deewj efJe›esâlee
(b) meye Skeâ ner efJeefOe-JÙeJemLee kesâ DeOeerve ve nes
(c) meyekeâe Skeâ ner jepÙe ve nes (d) keâercele leb$e (ØeeFme ceskesâefvepce) keâer DevegheefmLeefle
(d) meyekeâer Skeâ ner Ssefleneefmekeâ hejcheje ve nes (Gòej -b)
(Gòej -c) efJe<eÙe - Yetieesue
3. efvecveefueefKele ceW mes efkeâmekesâ Thej ueeskeâmeYee leLee jepÙemeYee kesâ 1. efvecveefueefKele ceW keâewve meer ™heevleefjle Mewue nw-
ceOÙe Deefvlece Demenceefle keâer efmLeefle ceW YeejleerÙe mebmeo kesâ oesveeW (a) Ûetvee helLej (b) keäJeeš&peeFš
meoveeW keâe mebÙegòeâ DeefOeJesMeve yegueeÙee peelee nw- (c) «ewyeeW (d) keâebiueescejsš
(a) Oeve mecyevOeer efJeOesÙekeâ (Gòej -b)
(b) iewj Oeve mecyevOeer efJeOesÙekeâ 2. efvecveefueefKele ceW keâewve mee efnceveo kesâ efve#esheelcekeâ keâeÙe& keâe Øeefleheâue nw-
(c) mebefJeOeeve keâe mebMeesOeve (a) Øeeke=âeflekeâ lešyevOe (b) peueesÌ{ hebKe
(d) veÙes jepÙe keâer mLeehevee (c) yeeuetkeâe mlethe (d) Smkeâj
(Gòej -b) (Gòej -d)
efJe<eÙe - DeLe&MeeŒe 3. mecemeeiejerÙe peueJeeÙeg keâer efJeMes<elee nw-
1. Üemeceeve Øeefleheâue efveÙece keâe ef›eâÙeevJeÙeve (DeehejsMeve) (a) «eer<cekeâeue Deeõ& leLee Mejokeâeue Meg<keâ
(a) efkeâmeer Yeer Øekeâej keâer DeLe&JÙeJemLee ceW mLeeÙeer ™he mes (b) Je<e& Yej Meg<keâ
veneR jeskeâe pee mekeâlee~ (c) Mejokeâeue Deeõ& leLee «eer<cekeâeue Meg<keâ
(b) efveÙeesefpele DeLe&JÙeJemLee keâes ÚesÌ[keâj, mLeeÙeer ™he mes (d) Je<e& Yej peue Je<ee&
veneR jeskeâe pee mekeâlee~ (Gòej -c)
(c) Glheeove ceW ueieer hetBpeer keâer OevejeefMe ceW Je=efæ keâj mLeeÙeer efJe<eÙe - Fefleneme
™he mes jeskeâe pee mekeâlee nw~ 1. heuueJeeW keâer jepeOeeveer Leer-
(d) Glheeove ceW ueies ngS ßeefcekeâeW keâer mebKÙee ceW Je=efæ Éeje (a) ceevÙejJes[ (b) lebpeewj
mLeeÙeer ™he mes jeskeâe pee mekeâlee nw~ (c) keâebÛeerhegjced (d) ceneyeefuehegjced
2. GheYeeskeälee kesâ efueS Jemleg keâer meerceevle GheÙeesefielee mes leelheÙe& (Gòej -c)
nw- 2. iepeveer kesâ meguleeve cenceto Éeje Gòej Yeejle keâe yeejcyeej efkeâÙes ieÙes
(a) keâercele ceW Je=efæ kesâ keâejCe kegâue GheÙeesefielee ceW nesves Dee›eâceCeeW keâe GösMÙe Lee-
Jeeuee heefjJele&ve (a) Oeve Øeehle keâjvee (b) Yeejle ceW meeceüepÙe mLeeefhele keâjvee
(b) keâercele ceW efiejeJeš kesâ keâejCe kegâue GheÙeesefielee ceW nesves (c) efnvot jepÙeeW keâe efJeveeMe (d) Fmueece keâe ØeÛeej
Jeeuee heefjJele&ve (Gòej -a)
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3. ieJeve&cesCš Dee@heâ FefC[Ùee Sskeäš, 1935, ØelÙe#e heefjCeece Lee- efJe<eÙe-Got&
(a) ceeCšjsiÙet-Ûesucmeheâes[& efjheesš& keâe 1.
(b) ieesuecespe meYee
(c) ieebOeer-FjefJeve mecePeewlee (a)
(b)
(d) (ceesleer ueeue) vesn™ efjheesš& (c)
efJe<eÙe - leke&âMeeŒe (d)
1. leke&âMeeŒe DeOÙeÙeve nw- (Gòej a)
2.
(a) ceeveJe ceefmle<keâ keâe (b) peiele kesâ mecyevOe ceW melÙe (a)
(c) leke&â Øeef›eâÙee (d) efJe%eeve kesâ efmeæevle (b)
(Gòej -c) (c)
(d)
2. Ùetveeveer ceveg<Ùe nw, megkeâjele ceveg<Ùe nQ, Dele: megkeâjele Ùegveeveer (Gòej d)
nw, GheÙeg&òeâ Ùegefòeâ ceW leke&âoes<e nw- 3.
(a) meoes<e cegKÙeheo (a)
(b) ÉÙeeLe&keâ oes<e (b)
(c) DeJÙeehle ceOÙeheo oes<e (c)
(d) Skeâeefvlekeâ DeeOeej JeekeäÙe (d)
(Gòej )
(Gòej -c) cee@[ue ØeMve : yeer0Sme0meer0
3. efvecveefueefKele ceW mes efkeâme oeMe&efvekeâ ves Deieeveelcekeâ leke&âMeeŒe meeceevÙe efnvoer
ceW cenlJehetCe& Ùeesieoeve efkeâÙee nw-
õ°JÙe, cee@[ue ØeMve yeer0S0
(a) pee@ve mšgDeš& efceue (b) Dejmleg
(keâ) Jele&veer (Ke) MeyoeJeueer (ie) JÙeekeâjCe
(c) neriesue (d) jeceevegpe
meeceevÙe Deb«espeer
(Gòej -d)
õ°JÙe, cee@[ue, ØeMve: yeer0S0
efJe<eÙe - mebmke=âle
1. ''Deehe yeÇeåeCe keâes oeve osles nQ'' JeekeäÙe keâe mebmke=âle ceW DevegJeeo 1. Grammar and Usage
nesiee- 2. Vocabulary
(a) YeieJeeved yeÇeåeCe Oeve ooeefle 3. Spelling
(b) YeJeeved yeÇeåeCe Oeve ooeefme meeceevÙe peeie™keâlee
(c) YeJeeved yeÇeåeCeeÙe Oeve ooeefle õ°JÙe, cee@[ue, ØeMve : yeer0S0
(d) YeJeeved yeÇeåeceCeeÙe Oeveb ooeefme efJe<eÙe - Yeeweflekeâer
(Gòej -d) 1. ML2 T2 efJecee met$e efvecve jeefMeÙeeW ceW mes efkeâmekeâer nw-
2. keâeocyejer keâe jÛeefÙelee keâewve nQ- (a) yeue keâer (b) IevelJe keâer
(a) yeeCeYešdš (b) oC[er (c) Tpee& keâer (d) he=‰ leveeJe keâer
(c) keâeefueoeme (d) YeJeYetefle (Gòej -c)
(Gòej -a)
2. uesvme keâer heâeskeâue #ecelee veeheer peeleer nw-
3. jIegJebMe efkeâme Øekeâej keâe keâeJÙe nw-
(a) mesvšerceeršj (b) [e@Ùeehšj
(a) ieÅe keâeJÙe (b) cenekeâeJÙe
(c) ceeršj ceW (d) ketâueecye ceW
(c) veešdÙe keâeJÙe (d) KeC[ keâeJÙe
(Gòej -b)
(Gòej -b)
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0 1
2
x
3. jsef[ÙeesOeceea lelJeeW kesâ efueS efpemekeâer DeOe&-DeeÙeg DeJeefOe 20 Je<e& 2.  1 1
dx yejeyej nw-
nw, Gmekeâer Dehe#eÙe efmLejebkeâ nw- 0 x 2
 12  x  2

(a) .03465 ØeefleJe<e& (a) 9


(b) .06930 ØeefleJe<e& (b) 6
(c) 10 ØeefleJe<e& (c) 3
(d) 40 ØeefleJe<e& (d) 0
(Gòej -a) (Gòej c)
r r r
efJe<eÙe - jmeeÙeve 3. Ùeefo a, b, c  Skeâ Ieelekeâ: mJeleb$e meefoMe Fme Øekeâej nQ efkeâ
1. efvecveefueefKele ceW mes keâewve-mee leLÙe mener nw- r r r r r r r r r r r r
a  b, b  c, c  a   a b, b c, c a 
(a) CdS keâe DeJe#esheCe leveg HCI keâer GheefmLeefle ceW r r r
efkeâÙee peelee nw~ lees a, b, c yejeyej nw-
(b) CdS keâe DeJe#esheCe meevõ HCI keâer GheefmLeefle ceW (a) 0
efkeâÙee peelee nw~ (b) 1
(c) CdS keâe DeJe#esheCe leveg HCI kesâ efJeueÙeve ceW Deewj (c) 2
DeefOekeâ heeveer efceueeves hej neslee nw~ (d) Ghejesòeâ ceW mes keâesF& veneR
(d) ZnS keâe keâJe#esheCe meevõ HCI keâer GheefmLeefle ceW (Gòej c)
efkeâÙee peelee nw~ efJe<eÙe - peerJe efJe%eeve
2. DeceesefveÙee Smeeršsš keâe GÛÛe leehe hej iece& keâjves hej efvecve ceW 1. peerJeeCeg hetJe&kesâvõkeâ nesles nw? keäÙeeWefkeâ Gvekeâer keâesefMekeâeDeeW ceW veneR
mes keâewve yevelee nw- heeÙeer peeleer-
(a) SefmešeceeF[ (a) MJemeve keâer ef›eâÙee
(b) heâe@jceeceeF[ (b) ØekeâeMe-mebMues<eCe
(c) DeceesefveÙece (c) hetCe& efJekeâefmele keâesefMekeâe-efYeefòe
(d) ÙetefjÙee (d) hetCe& efJekeâefmele kesâvõkeâ
(Gòej -a) (Gòej d)
3. Skeâ DeefYeef›eâÙee A + B « C + D keâe meecÙe efmLejebkeâ K 2. peerJeeMce nw -
efvecveefueefKele ceW mes efkeâmemes oMee&Ùee peelee nw- (a) keâMes™keâer kesâ ves$e keâer Âef° hešue ceW GheefmLele Keele
(b) peerJeeW kesâ DeJeMes<e pees ÛeóeveeW ceW megjef#ele
(a) [A] x [B] / [C] x [D]
(c) n[d[er hej efmLele Keele
(b) [A] + [B] / [C] + [D]
(d) jbOeÇ efpeveceW lebef$ekeâeSb neskeâj peeleer nQ~
(c) [C] x [D] / [A] x [B]
(Gòej b)
(d) [C] + [D] / [A] x [B]
(Gòej -c) 3. pevleg kesâ DeC[s heefjhekeäJe nesles meceÙe pees vevneR keâesefMekeâeSb DeC[s mes
efJeueie nesleer nQ GveceW mes Skeâ nw-
efJe<eÙe ieefCele
(a) ØeeLeefcekeâ Meg›eâeCegpeve
1. Ùeefo A Deewj B oes mecegÛÛeÙe neW, lees AÇ (AÈ B ) (b) efÉleerÙekeâ Deb[ peveveer
yejeyej nw- (c) ØeeLeefcekeâ Deb[ peveveer
(a) A (b) B (d) OeÇgJeerÙe efheb[
(c)f (d) Ghejesòeâ ceW mes keâesF& veneR (Gòej d)
(Gòej a)
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cee@[ue ØeMve yeer0keâe@ce0 5. Skeâ keâcheveer keâe DebMeOeejer-
meeceevÙe efnvoer õ°JÙe, cee@[ue ØeMve: yeer0S0 (a) keâcheveer keâe uesveoej nw
(keâ) Jele&veer (b) keâcheveer keâe osveoej nw
(Ke) MeyoeJeueer (c) keâcheveer keâe mJeeceer nw
(ie) JÙeekeâjCe (d) keâcheveer keâe keâce&Ûeejer nw
meeceevÙe Deb«espeer õ°JÙe, cee@[ue ØeMve: yeer0S0 (Gòej c)
1. Grammar and Usages 6. ØeyevOe keâuee SJeb efJe%eeve nw efpemekeâe mebyebOe neslee nw-
2. Vocabulary (a) Skeâ JÙeJemeeefÙekeâ mebie"ve mes
3. Spelling
meeceevÙe peeie™keâlee (b) Skeâ meeceeefpekeâ mebie"ve mes
õ°JÙe, cee@[ue, ØeMve : yeer0S0 (c) Skeâ Mewef#ekeâ mebie"ve mes
3. yeer0keâe@ce0 (d) meYeer Øekeâej kesâ mebie"ve mes
1. efJe›eâÙe yejeyej neslee nw- (Gòej d)
(a) efJe›eâÙe JemlegDeeW keâer ueeiele SJeb ueeYe kesâ 7. ØeyevOekeâ kesâ meeceevÙe efmeæevleeW keâes meJe&ØeLece efoÙee nw-
(b) efJe›eâÙe JemlegDeeW keâer ueeiele ceW mes mekeâue (a) Sheâ0[yuÙet0 šsuej ves
(c) ueeYe keâer jeefMe kesâ Mes<e kesâ (b) heeršj [^keâj ves
(d) cewjer DeeLe&j heâeGues ves (c) nsvejer hesâÙeesue ves
(Gòej a) (d) cesjer DeeLe&j heâeGues
2. JÙeJemeeÙe keâe DeLe& neslee nw- (Gòej a)
(a) JeeefCepÙe 8. efvecveefueefKele ceW me keâewve mee efJeJejCe melÙe nw:
(b) GÅeesie SJeb JeeefCepÙe (a) Skeâ ™heÙes keâe veesš Yeejle mejkeâej Éeje efveie&efcele efkeâÙee peelee
(c) JÙeeheej SJeb JeeefCepÙe nw~
(d) Ghejesòeâ meYeer (b) Skeâ ™heÙes keâe efmekeäkeâe efJeefOe«eeåe cegõe nw,
(Gòej d) (c) mšsš yeQkeâ Dee@heâ FefC[Ùee kesâvõerÙe yeQkeâ nw~
3. Skeâ keâejKeeves keâer hesefvšbie hej efkeâÙee ieÙee JÙeÙe nw- (d) yeQkeâ oj, Ssmeer yÙeepe oj nw pees JÙeeheeefjkeâ yeQkeâ Deheves «eenkeâeW
(a) DeeÙeiele JÙeÙe keâes efoÙes ieÙes $e+Ce hej uesles nQ~
(b) hetBpeeriele JÙeÙe (Gòej a)
(c) DeemLeefiele hetBpeeriele JÙeÙe 9. efvecveefueefKele ceW mes keâewve mee efJeJejCe DemelÙe nw:
(d) Ghejesòeâ ceW mes keâesF& veneR (a) efjpeJe& yeQkeâ keâer mLeehevee meved 1935 cebs ngF& Leer~
(Gòej a) (b) meYeer keâjsvmeer veesšeW keâe efveie&ceve YeejleerÙe efjpeJe& yeQkeâ kesâ Éeje
4. Skeâ efvepeer meerefcele kebâheveer ceW, mebÛeeuekeâeW keâer vÙetvelece mebKÙee efkeâÙee peelee nw~
nesleer nw- (c) YeejleerÙe efjpeJe& yeQkeâ Debeflece GOeejoelee nw~
(a) 1 (d) YeejleerÙe efjpeJe& yeQkeâ efyevee yÙeepe kesâ meeJe&peefvekeâ pecee
(b) 2 mJeerkeâej keâjlee nw~
(c) 3 (Gòej b)
(d) 7
(Gòej b)
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Annexure-1
No. of Seats available for admission in AU and its Constituent Colleges

UNIV JT SSK RT SPM ADC AK CMP IS Total

B.A. 2390 757 780 293 240 1450 727 1870 1010 9517

B.Sc (Maths) 420 60 90 225 795

B.Sc (Bio) 200 60 335 595

B.Sc (App. Sc.) 30 30

B.Sc (H.S.) 30 30

B.Com 375 160 425 350 200 1510

Total 3445 757 780 293 520 1965 727 2780 1210 12477

Abbreviations for Institutions : ADC = Allahabad Degree College, AK = Arya Kanya Degree College,

CMP = CMP Degree College, IS = Iswar Saran Degree College, JT = Jagat Taran Girls Degree College,

RT = Rajarshi Tandon Girls Degree College, SSK = S.S. Khanna Girls Degree College.

Self Financing and other courses by Constituent Colleges


(i) Computer Application in SPM & ADC.
(ii) (a) B.Sc Degree courses under self-financing scheme running at JTC and SSK; B.Sc (Bio) 60 seats
& B.Sc (Maths) 30 seats.
(b) B.Com Degree Course under self-financing scheme also running at SSK & JTC.
(c) Office Management and Secretarial Practice, a vocational subject under self-finance is running
at SSK & Hamidia Girls Degree College.
(iii) B.Sc. Degree course under self-financing scheme is running at ISD, approved by the University of
Allahabad.
(iv) For admission in B.A. with Geography as one of the subject it is mandatory to have geography subject
or science at intermediate level or in equivalent examination.
(v) Candidates admitted in Photography in the University of Allahabad will have to pay an extra amount
Rs. 4000/- Per Year.
(vi) The Candidates admitted in Computer Maintenance in University of Allahabad will have to pay an
extra amount Rs. 4000/- Per Year.

Note: For details regarding admission in Self-Financing Courses candidate has to contact
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Annexure 2
Possible subject combination and their codes for B.Sc. (Maths)
S.No. Sub1 Sub2 Sub3 Name of Institution
1. Maths Phy Chem AU, CMP, SPM, ADC
2. Maths Phy Comp. main AU
3. Maths Phy Comp. Sc. AU, ADC
4. Maths Phy Stat AU, ADC
5. Maths Phy Def st AU, ADC
6. Maths Phy Gly AU
7. Maths Phy Geo AU
8. Maths Phy Photo AU
9. Maths Comp. Sc. Psy AU
10. Maths Phy Comp. App. SPM, ADC

Subject Code Subject Code


Geography Geo Geology Gly
Statistics Stat Psychology Psy
Anthropology Ant Biochemistry Biochem
Zoology Zoo Botany Bot
Physics Phy Mathematics Maths
Computer Maintenance Comp. Main Chemistry Chem
Defence & Strategic Studies Def. St. Photography Photo
Computer Application Comp. App. Computer Science Comp. Sc.

Possible subject combination and their codes for B.Sc. (Bio)


S.No. Sub1 Sub2 Sub3 Name of Institution
1 Zoo Bot Chem AU, CMP, SPM
2 Zoo Bot Def. St. AU
3 Zoo Chem Biochem AU
4 Zoo Bot Ant AU
5 Zoo Bot Photo AU
6 Bot Chem Biochem AU
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Annexure 3
Possible Subject Combinations and their Codes for B.Sc (Maths) at University of Allahabad
1 MATHEMATICS PHYSICS CHEMISTRY
2 MATHEMATICS PHYSICS COMPUTER MAINTENANCE
3 MATHEMATICS PHYSICS COMPUTER SCIENCE
4 MATHEMATICS PHYSICS STATISTICS
5 MATHEMATICS PHYSICS DEFENCE STUDIES
6 MATHEMATICS PHYSICS GEOLOGY
7 MATHEMATICS PHYSICS GEOGRAPHY
8 MATHEMATICS PHYSICS PHOTOGRAPHY
9 MATHEMATICS COMPUTER SCIENCE PSYCHOLOGY

Possible Subject Combination and their Codes for B.Sc. (Bio.)


at University of Allahabad
1 ZOOLOGY BOTANY CHEMISTRY
2 ZOOLOGY BOTANY DEFENCE STUDIES
3 ZOOLOGY CHEMISTRY BIOCHEMISTRY
4 ZOOLOGY BOTANY ANTHROPOLOGY
5 ZOOLOGY BOTANY PHOTOGRAPHY
6 BOTANY CHEMISTRY BIOCHEMISTRY

Annexure 4
Subject Streams and Fee Structure for the Session 2011-12
Class Fees in Rupees
General and OBC SC and ST
B.A. (Without Practicals) 924/- 180/-
B.A. (With Practicals) 1074/- 330/-
B.Sc. (Maths) 1074/- 330/-
B.Sc. (Bio) 1074/- 330/-
B.Sc. (Applied Science) 1074- 330/-
B.Sc. (Home Science) 1074/- 330/-
B.Com 924/- 180/-

Note: In Addition to above mentioned fee an amount of Rs. 100/- per subject (as enrolment fee for each
subject) will be charged from each student taking admission in UG courses in Allahabad
University and its constituent colleges.
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Annexure 5
Possible Subject Combination for B.A. in University and its Constituent Colleges
Arabic, English Lang., Med. History English Lang., Anc. History, Education
Arabic, English Lit., Education English Lang., Anc. History, Political Sci.
Arabic, Hindi, Education English Lang., Philosophy, Med. History
Arabic, Urdu, Economics English Lit., Anc. History, Political Sci.
Arabic, Urdu Med., History English Lit., Philosophy, Anc. His.
Economics, Defence Std., English Lit. English Lit., Philosophy, Med. His.
Economics, Geography, English Lit. English Lit., Philosophy, Political Sc.
Economics, Political Sc., Anc. History Geography, Defence Std., Anc. History
Economics, Psychology, Anthropology Geography, Defence Std., English Lang.
Economics, Psychology, English Lit. Geography, Defence Std., English Lit
Economics, Urdu, Engish Lit. Geography, Psychology, English Lit.
Education, Economics, English Lit. Geography, Defence Std., Philosophy
Education, Political Sci., Anc. History Hindi, Anci. History, Economics
Education, Psychology, English Lit. Hindi, Anci. History, Education
Hindi, Anc. History, Political Sci. Philosophy, Anc. History, Political Sc.
Hindi, English Lang., Anc. History Photography, Hindi, Education
Hindi, English Lit., Economics Photography, Sanskrit, Anc. History
Hindi, Philosophy, Anc. History Photography, Sanskrit, Political Science
Hindi, Philosophy, Education Photography, Urdu, English Lit.
Hindi, Philosophy, Med. History Political Sc., Defence Std., Anthropology
Maths, Ancient History, Political Science Political Sc., Defence Std., Philosophy
Maths, Defence Std., Geography Political Sc., Geography, Anc. History
Maths, Hindi, Economics Political Sc., Geography, Anthropology
Maths, Philosophy, Medieval History Political Sc., Psychology, Anc. History
Maths, Statistics, Economics Psychology, Defence Std., English Lang.
Maths, Statistics, Geography Sanskrit, Anc. History, Political Sci.
Med. History, Defence Std., English Lit. Sanskrit, English Lit., Philosophy
Med. History Economics English Lang. Sanskrit, English Lit., Political Sci.
Med. History, Economics, English Lit. Sanskrit, Hindi Anc., History
Med. History, Economics, Hindi Sanskrit, Hindi, Economics
Med. History, Economics, Philosophy Sanskrit, Hindi, Education
Med. History, Education, Hindi Sanskrit, Hindi, Med. History
Med. History, Education, Philosophy Sanskrit, Hindi, Philosophy
Med. History, Geography, English Lit. Sanskrit, Philosophy, Anc. History
Med. History, Geography, Hindi Sitar, English Lit., Education
Med. History, Psychology, English Lit. Sitar, Hindi, Med. History
Med. History, Psychology, Hindi Sitar, Sanskrit, English Lit.
Mod. History, Economics, Philosophy Sitar, Sanskrit, Political Sci.
Mod. History, Education, Economics Tabla, Anc. History, Education
Mod. History, Education, English Lit. Tabla, English Lit., Political Science
Mod. History, Education, Political Sci. Tabla, Sanskrit, English Lit.
Painting, Philosophy, English Lit. Tabla, Sanskrit, Hindi
Painting, Sanskrit, Anc. History Urdu, English Lit., Anc. History
Painting, Sanskrit, Hindu Urdu, English Lit., Med. History
Persian, English Lang., Med. History Urdu, Med. History, Economics
Persian, English Lit., Education Vocal, Anc. History, Education
Persian, Hindi, Political Sc. Vocal, English Lang., Education
Persian, Philosophy, Med History Vocal, English Lit., Economics
Persian, Urdu, Economics Vocal, Sanskrit, Education
Philosophy, Anc. History, Education Vocal, Sanskrit, Hindi

Note:- 1. B.A. Part: Subject combinations give in the brochure are subject to modification and any
modification will be communicated to the students at the time of admission.
2. Available subject combination in different constituent colleges will be displayed at the time of
admission in respective units.
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