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iqht from the first lndustrial Revolution it has been proved that the

*tion which has greater advantage is the one which takes the lead

in tfre knowledge ievolution.

The second revolution was in Nuclear Physics. During and after the Second World War it was United States that was rhost powerful in the world.

The third knowledge revolution was in the field of informatics. The great revolution of the conquest of space technology is very intimately connected with the advances in computer technology.'

Our government and the HRD minister in particular are very keen about

' the new lndian revolution of unification of lndia in a new way, Holding common exams, common cuniculum right from CBSE and the constant

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emphasis on the importance of Research are all connected to each other.

As the Hon. Minister put it, "a college is a teaching institution and a

university is an institution where you create knowledge".

We had been emphasising all these years that we have to develop the art of questioning. The teachers of ancient lndia taught the disciples by asking questions and the students were equally keen to lebrn by asking

the fundamental questions.

This is the interaction between teachers and students. lt was the collective

search for truth. Neither today nor in the yesteryears, a fresh graduate is ready to start research on his own 0r take part in production work. The key for the

solution to the problem is inhouse training.

Graduates, post-graduates and doctorate holders have to put in a lot of

work with the seniors in the field helping them initially. 0nce they are ready to take on their own, the time and energy spent in training them

is never regretted. Universities are certainly the place for research. This is one institution where no questions are asked why research is necessary. Research needs no justification. Teaching is part of research, where the students are subtly prodded to ask questions, to understand the present limitations of knowledge and then try to solve the internal contradictions by boldly going on their own.

There is only one way that any nation can become a superpower. That

is research and more research in every field - agriculture to medicine,

aeronauticaf applications to atomic research, informatics to space

research, all on our own steam.

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Usefuldata:GasconstanlR:8.314

H2O = 18 g, C6H5OH =94

O = 8, F = 9, Na =,11, P:

IK-lmol-l,Molecularmass:H2SO4=9g&C2HpH=46gr

H= t

Li= 3, B-= 5;i= 6, N =7;

g, 1 F = 95500 C; Atomic Numbers:

15, S = 16, Cl = 17, Ar= 18, K = L9, V = 23, Cr= 24 Mn = 25, Fe ='Zi,

Co=27, Ni=2& Cu=29,2n=30,Ge=32,8r=35, Ag=47,I=53,Xe =54,pt=78,Hs.=g0, pb=g2

Straight Objective llpe

This section contains 9 multiple choice questions numbered

1 to 9. Each question has 4 choices (a), (b), k) and (d), out of which ONLY ONE is conect.

1. During the test of halogens, sodium extract is

'

first boiled with nitric acid as to

(a)

decompose NaCN and NarS

(b)

make silver halide'insoluble

(c) :rrcrease the solubility of AgNO3

(d) ,.{issolve AgCN

2. The system shown in the diagram is at equilibrium

at 27"C and volume of the bulb is 150 mL.

At this temperature, the vapour pressure of water is

28 millimetres of mercury

If the bulb contains

0.001 mol of Orn, volume of the liquid water is

approijmately

(a)

34 mL

(b)

(c)

30 mL

(d)

10 mL

50 mL

3. For a perfectly crystalline solid Co.-. = aTB, wherc

a is constant. If C,- is 0.{2IlK-mol at 10 K, molar entropy at 10 K is

(a)

0.42llK-mol

@) a.zllK-mol

O)

0.1-1llK-mol

(d) zero

Which of the following statement is not

correct?

(a)

(b)

H2O2 oxidises Fe(II) to Fe(Itr). :

HrO2 can be obtained by' electrolysis of

dil. H2so4.

(c) HrO2 reduce Mn(Vtr) to Mn(II).

(d) H2O, is a weak base.

Fluorine does not show highest oxidation state

opposite to other halogens, because

(a) it is most electronegative.

(b) it has no d-orbital.

(c) its atomic radius is very small.

(d) F- ion is stable and isoelectronic with neon.

Calcium imide on hydrolysis gives gas (B)

which on oxidation by bleaching powder gives

gas(C). Gas(C) on reaction with magnesium give

compound (D) which on hydrolysis gives again

gas(B).Identify (B),(C) and (D).

(a) NH3, N2 Mg3N, (b) N" NH3, MgNH

(c) N, N2O5, Mg(NO3)2

(d) NH3, NO" Mg(NOj,

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7. (Sirou)2'-anion is obtained when

(a)

no iixygen of a SiOf-tetrahedron is shared

with another SiOf- tetrahedron

(b)

one oxygen of a SiOf- tetrahedron is shared

with another SiOt- tetrahedron

(c) two oxygen of a SiOf- tetrahedron are shared

with another SiOf- tetrahedron

(d) three oxygen of a Siot-tetrahedron

are shared

with another SiOf-tetrahedron

Platinum-saltmethod is used for the determination of molecular weight of the organic

(a)

bases

(b)

acids

(c)

phenolic compounds

(d)

all are correct

Which is/are the structure of XeFa ?

(a)

(b)

':, . r,,,rAsgertion ReaSon ltpe,r,';: r,. :,

This section contains 3 multiple choice questions numbered

10 to 12. Each question contains statement-l (Assertion) and

statement-2 (Reason). Each question has 4 choices (a), (b),

(c) and (d) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is True; Statement-2'

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

is a correct explanation for Statement-1.

Statement-l is True, Statement-2 is True; Statement-2 is

not a correct explanation for Statement-1

Statement-l is True, Statement-2 is False.

Statement-l is False, Statement-2 is True.

10. Statement-l : Chemical reaction of H2O is slower

than D2O. Statement-2 : Heavier isotope(deuterium) is less

reactive and bond energy of O - H bond is lesser

thanO-Dbond.

11. Statement-l : Li2SOa does not form alum.

Statement-2 : The size of Li* is very small and it can

not show co-ordination of six H2O molecules.

12. Statement-l : In an adiabatic process, entropy of

the system remains constant.

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Statement-2 : In an adiabatic process, no heat

exdrange between the system and tlre zurroundings

takes place.

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Linked,Comprehension rype

This section contains 3 paragraphs Prr-rr Pr"r, and Prr-rr.

Based upon each paragraph,3 multiple choice questions have to be answered. Each question has 4 chokes (a), (b), k) and

(d), out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

Paragraph for Question Nos. 13 to 15 The pronounced change from non-metallic behaviour as also the increase in basicity of oxides from N, R

As, Sb io Bi is principally due to the increasing size of

the atoms. The ionization potential indicate that it is

much more difficult to pull electrons of small nitrogen

atom than the larger bismuth atom. It is interesting to note that nitrogen obtained from the decomposition of.compounds such as NHaNO2 is of lower density than the residual gas obtained from the atmosphere by removal of oxygery carbon dioxide and water.

13. \Alhich of the following oxides is most acidic ?

(a)

As2O3

(b)

Bio:

(c)

Sb2O3

(d)

POr

14. Which of the following hydrides would be most

basic ?

(a)

PH3

(b)

tuH.

(c)

NHs

(d)

sbH3

15. The residual nitrogen obtained from air after removal of oxygen, carbon dioxide and water

vapour has a greater densilv than that obtained from chemical compounds because

(a) it is an allotrophic modification of nitrogen.

(b) it is mixed with some heavier gas.

(c) it is rich in heavier isotopes of nitrogen.

(d) nitrogen obtained from chemical sources

contains some light gas.

Paragraph for Question Nos. 16 to 18

An organic compound on analysis gave the following data.

(i) 0.4 gmof organic compoundoncomplete combustion

gave 0.44 gm CO2 and 0.18 gm H2O.

(ii) 0.4 gm of the compound on analysis by Duma's method gave 11.2 ml nitrogen gas at STP.

16. % of carbon in the compound is

(a)

30%

(c) 60%

b)

40Y'

(d) s0%

L7. % of hydrogen in the comPound is

(a) 10% (b) s%

(c) 20o/" (d) 15%

18. % of nitrogen in the organic compound is

(a)

(c)

40o/"

35%

(b) 45'/"

(d) 30%

Paragraph for Question Nos. 19 to 21 For a non-ideal gas, the compressibility factor (Z) is defined as

Z =Pv* : v- = Molar volume

RT

Compressibility of an unknown gas at 600 K and

1.0 atm was found to be 1.2. Also this gas was found

to effuse 1.58 times slower than the pure methane gas

under identical conditions.

t!. Density of the gas in the above mentioned

experimental

1ai o.ra

(c)

g rr

1.02 g L{

condition is

@)

@)

0.58 g Lr

La7 gLa

20. Molar volume of the gas in.the given experimental

conditions is

(a) 40.8 L

(c) 59.8 L

b)

3e.2L

(d\ 27.2L

21. The value of the virial coefficient"B" in the virial equation is (Ignore the higher terms from the

equation during calculations) virial equation :

"-''

z=1*B*C+D+.--.-v^

i*

'

u,]

'

u,1

'"""'n

(a) 8.16 L mol-l

(c) 11

76

L mol-l

@)

(d)

7.84

5.44

L mol-l

L mol-l

This section contains 9 multiple choice questions numbered 24to32. Each question has 4 choices (a), (b), k) and (d), out

of which 0NLY ONE is conect.

24. If the sum of the coefficients in the expansion of

+ (a - 2)r]20 is equal to the square of of the coefficients in the expansion of

(b + c)20 [1

the sum

l2bcx - (b + c)y110 where A, b, c are positive

constants, then

(a) o>Ji

(b) c, a,b are in A.P.

(c)

c, a, b are in G.P.

G) :,+,+^re in A'P'

25. Coefficients of r30 in expansion of

(1-r)3211+r+x2)3ois

This section contains 2 questions.

Each question contains statements

given

be matched. statements (A,B,C,D) in

in two columns which have

to

A

B

pqrs

t@re-L@l

l@@@ol

Column I have to be matched with

statements (p,q,r,s) in Column ll.The D

answers to these questions have to

be appropriately bubbled as illustrbted in the following

example. lf the correct matches,are A-p, A-s, B-q, B-r, C-p,

C-q and D-s, then the correctly bubbled 4 x 4 matrix should

be as shown.

22. Match the co}umn

c

l@@o@l

l@@o@l

€olumn,:I

Column -'II

(A)

Heavy water

(p)

DrO

(B)

Nuclear reaction

(q)

ColourlEss

(c)

D2

(r)

Low boiling point

(D)

Elz

(s)

Diatornic

23. Match the column.

olumn- I

(A) CO2G; + Cc", -+ 2CO

[AHi: CO2 = -394 and

CO: -220 kl/mol,

respectivelyl

(B) SOCl2nf -+ SO2kl,+,Ch1*,

(c)

tD)

CO + Clzcl -r COCl26y

Ctrs6y-r 2.C161

Coltifin *rII

(p)

as>0

(q)

AH>AE

(r)

AH< AE

(s)

aG,.<.0

(a) 3oCto

(c)

3'cto

(b) 32. u30

(d)

3oCro * 32Cro

26. There are 12 seats in a row numbered \ to 12,

4 men select 4 seats so that seat numbered 8 is always occupied and with no two men like

adjacent seats. If such arrangementi can be done

in n ways then n

(a) 40

@) aa

(b) 36

(d) 34

27. In a cricket matctu the probabilitieg of scoring no run, 2 runs, 4 runs and 6 runs by a player X are 0.'1,, 0.2,0.4 and 0.3 respectively. If X requires

18 runs from last 4 balls, then probability of X

winning the match without extra runs is

(a)

0.4971.

@) 0.2847

(c)

0.2497

(d)

0.04e7

28. A bag contains 5 balls and it is not known how

many of them are white. It is observed that

2 balls drawn from the bag at random are white.

The probability that all the balls in the bag are white, is

29.

(a)

(c)

Z

5

)

;

tu)

(d)

1"

2

z

4

o(ztu.,.zL- t"r,aa)

\

12

L2)

('-;;'(#);Jm

(a) 1

(c) Jt

(b) +

{3

ta) -Jt

30. Triangle ABC is right angle at A with AB = AC,

point M is interior point of the triangle so that

ZMBA = ZMAB = 15o. The number of degree in

ZAMC =

(a)

75"

(b)

60.

(c)

45'

(d)

none of these

31. The number of positive integral solution of the

equation

tan-1 x+cos-,_!=sin-l * tlt*Y'

'/10

r,

(a)

1

(b)

2

(c)

3

(d)

infinite

32. Triangle ABC is right angle at C. Inradius and

circumradius of triangle ABC with sides a, b, c

are r and R, then >*r,t"(Lf9)=

(a) 4r2

1

(c) 4R

(b)

(d)

4R2

-+- 1. 1. rR

This section contains 3 multiple choice questions numbered

33 to 35. Each question contains Statement-l (Assertion) and

Statement-2 (Reason). Each question has 4 choices (a), (b),

(c) and (d) out of which ONLY ONE is conect.

(a) Statement-l is True, Statement-2 is True; Statement-2

is a correct explanation for Statement-l.

(b) Statement-l is True, Statement-2 is True; Statement-2 is

(c)

(d)

not a correct explanation for Statement-l.

Statement-'l is True, Statement-2 is False.

Statement-l is False, Statement-2 is True.

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-1.1- Statement-l : There are 20 identical balls in a bag out of which 5 are white, 9 are black and 5 are blue. The number of ways in which one or

mole balls can be selected from the bag is 419.

Statement-2: The number of ways in which one

or more items can be selected from 20 distinct

items is 220 - 1,.

34. Statement-l : A and B play a game 16 times. A

wins 8 times, B wins 5 timei and they draw twice.

A and B play a seiies of 5 games. The probability that they win alternatell is 451256.

Statement-2 : P(A u B): P(A) + P(B) if A and B

are mufually exclusive events.

35. Statement-L : The quadratic equation with sin18o and -sin54o as its roots has rational

coefficients.

Statement-2 : x :

the equation cos3r = sin2x.

18o and r = - 54o are roots of

This section contains 3 paragraphs P35-,,, P3ea1 and pn -*.

Based upon each paragraph,3 multiple choice questions have

to be answered. Each question has 4 choices (a), (b), (c) and

(d), out of which 0NLY 0NE is correct.

Paragraph for Question Nos. 35 to 38

Suppose r is a random variable which takes

values 0, t, 2,3,

and P(x :

r) = pq, where

0 < p < 1, q = 1 - p and r = 0, 1, 2,

36. P(x > a) is

,

then

(a)

> q"

(b) < q"

(c) q"

(d) q

37.

o(x>(a+b)\_

\x2a)

(a)

(c)

P(x = b)

q

38. o(

\

(a)

(c)

x = a+b\_

x>a )

P(x = b)

o

(b)

(d)

(b)

(d)

P(x > b)

1

P(x > b)

't

Paragraph for Question Nos. 39 to 41

Letf': A -r B be a function defined by y =/(x) such

that / is bijective then there exists a unique function

g

: B -+ A such

yeB. Here., g

g

= f-t : B'-+

that

f(x)=y

e

Cg)=

x,YxeA and

and

we

is said to be inverse of /

A = llf(x), x\: [x, f(x)lef ;.

ir

consider two inverse functions sin-1x and cofl r with

domain [-1, U &

respectively. Then

[-*, -]and rai'rge l-;,;l& (0, r)

-"]=r ir"

40.

o,[',#]

(.) t#,']

(b) [0, u

",[;,']

If -I

(a)

< x < 0 then sin-1 .r =

"*-'[q7] ", -

r(qt)

(c)

cot-ltqz) n (d) none of these

41.

If [cot-r "t+ ff real numbei and

function then complete set of values of r is

-

ri"-' "l = O wherexisnonnegative

[.]

de-notes the greatest

integer

(a)

(c)

(cos1, cotl)

(cot1, 1l

(b) (cos1,1l

(d) none of these

Paragraph for

Question Nos.42 to 44

Inradius and circumradius of triangle ABC with sides

a, b; c are r and R respectively.

Incircle of the triangle

C1 respectively.

touches the sides a, b, c at At, Br,

Similarly the incircle of triangle ArBlCt touches its

sides at 42, 82, C2 respectively and so on.

42. ln MrBrC, the value of Z.B2A2C2=

(a) 3n - A

8

(c)

5n+A

1.6

43' cosf-

/r-c \

f

B,C,

irc =

(a)

(c)

-""(f )

*'(f )

44.

r(

'

Areaof ABC\

'-

Areaof A1B,C1

(a) R

(c) 2R

,o, '-' 5n- A

1.6

n+A

4

(b) 't"(+)

(o) _*,(+)

0)4 2

(d) none of these

This section contains 9 multiple choice questions numbered

4 choices (a), (b), k) and (d), out

of which 0NLY ONE is conect.

47 to 55. Each question has

47, If. nth division of main scale coincides with

(n + 1)th divisions of vernier scale. Given one

main scale division is equal to a units. Find the

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This section contains 2 {uestions. Each question contains statements A

given in two columns which have to

be matched. Statements (A,B,C,D) in

B

Column I have to be matched with u

_

statements (p,q,r,s) in Column ll. The D

answers to these questions have to be appropriately bubbled as illustrated in the following example. lf the correci matches

Irl.4-p:

A-s; B-q, B-r, C-p, C-q and D-s, then the correctly

bubbled 4 x 4 matrix should be as shown.

45. Match the column.

I iColumn II

(A)

12

312 >

r=0

"rrr'(-+l =

(p)

1

(B)

(c)

54eis

divided by 7 then

remainder is

If m:20101 then the value of the expressiorl

1

1

1

Iogzm

,

-,

log3m -

-

=

log2s1nm

(q)

(t)

3

5

(D)

Number of positive integral

solutions of xp2xs = 30 is

4 )" + 3 then the value of l, is

(s)

46. Match the column.

6

Column I

(A) lcosr I = sinx

Column II

(p) znn+f,

(B)

cosx = lsinr I

(c) cos3x -3costsin2x = cos3x

(D)

sec2/+cosec2r - 2Ji

(secr+cosecr)+4=0

(q)

(r)

(s)

zrn+&

^3n

znlt-r

'4

4

znn-!

4

least count of the vernier.

(a)

(*)

(c) (il

*,(#)

(d) Can't be determined

48. A long capillary tube of radius r is initially just

a liquid

. of angle of contact 0o. If the tube is slowly

vertically completely immersed inside

raised then relation between radius of curvature

of meniscus(R) inside the capillary tube and

displacement (h) of tube can be repiesented by

(a)

(c)

(d) none of these

49. Equal volumes of two immiscible liquids of

densities p and 2p are filled in a vessel ai shown

in

figure.

h

: and

.3h

Two small holes are p.rrrih"d at depth

f tuom the surface of lii;hter liquid. If

t4and a2 are the velocities of efflux at these two

holes, then ais

(a) J=

2t2

(c) T,

1

tJ2

b)+

(d) none of these

50. The limbs of a manometer consist of uniform

capillary tubes of radii 1.4 x 10-3 m and

7.2 x 1.0-a m. Find out the correct

difference if the level of the liquid (density

pressure

103 kg m-3, surface'tension 72 x '1,0a N m-1) in

narrower tube stands 0.2 m above that in the

broader tube (assume angle of contact 0o).

(a) 1386 Pa (c) 5170 Pa

(b)

(d)

1863 Pa

None of these

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51. Figure shows a parabolic graph between T and

1 7 for a mixture of a gas undergoinganadiabatic '

process. What is the

sound in the mixfure?

ratio of ur^" and speed of

(a)

1 (b)

3

(c) J,

(d) None of these

52. An irregular shaped body of rr.ass m,

density o

is falling with a terminal speed z' in a viscous medium of density p and viscosifr q. The viscous drag force acting on the body will be

(a)

(c)

mg

6nqro

(u) ,gl.r-P]

\

o./

," ,r(r.*)

53. Uranium ores on the earth at the present

time have a composition consisting of 99.3oh

'

of f.he isotope ,rIJ238 and.0.7o/o of the

isotope

,rU235.The half lives of these isotopes are

4.47 xl}eyears and 7.04 x 108years respectively. If

these two isopopes were equally abundant when

the earth was formed, then the age of the earth is

lrake tn2 = o.7,rn(

99'3)= n.nut

\0'7 )

@) a.06 x 10e years (b) 2.03 ' 10e years

(c)

6.07' 10e years (d) none of thlse

54. If potential energy of electron revolving around nucleus in hydrogen atom is given by equation

"=-#:,

where k is.positive constant, e is

the electronic charge and r is orbital radius of

revolving electron. Application of Bohr,s theory

to hydrogen atom in this shows that

(a) total energy of electron in nth orbit is

proportional to n3.

(b) total

energy of electron in nth orbit is

to n6.

'proportional

the velocity of electron in nrh orbit is

proportional to n6.

' (d) the velocity of electron in n th orbit is

(c)

proportional to z-3.

55. One mole of a monoatomic ideal gas undergoes process AB in given P-V diagram. Then average specific heat for this Process is

(a)

(c)

2LR

10

9R

10

P

(b)

(d)

_

18R

10

13R

_

10

Assertion Reason IYPe

This section contains 3 questions numbered 56 to 58. Each question contains Statement-l (Assertion) and Statement-2

(Reason). Each question has 4 choices (a), (b), k) and (d) out

of which ONLY 0NE is conect.

(a) Statement -1 is True, Statement -2 is True; Statement -2

is a correct explanation for Statement -1.

(b)

Statement -1 is True, Statement -2 is True; Statement -2

is not a correct explanation for Statement -1.