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tc rd ifjos"kd funsZ'k ugha nsa rc rd iz'u i=k dh lhy dks ugha [kksaysA
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This section contains 45 multiple choice questions. This section contains 45 multiple choice questions.
Each question has 4 choices (1), (2), (3) and (4) for Each question has 4 choices (1), (2), (3) and (4) for its
its answer, out of which Only One is correct. answer, out of which Only One is correct.

Na2B4O7  Borax bead. Na2B4O7 


740ºC 740ºC
1. What are 1. cksjksDl eudk] cksjsDl eudk ds
components of borax bead: va'k D;k gS &
(1) NaBO2, H3BO3 (1) NaBO2, H3BO3
(2) Na3BO3 , B2O3 (2) Na3BO3 , B2O3
(3) NaBO2, B2O3 (3) NaBO2, B2O3
(4) None of these (4) buesa ls dksbZ ughaA

2. Which species are found in aqueous solution of 2. Na2B4O7. 10H2O ds tyh; foy;u esa dkSulh iztkfr
Na2B4O7. 10H2O izkIr gksrh gS &
(1) H3BO3 only (1) dsoy H3BO3
(2) [B(OH)4] only
(2) dsoy [B(OH)4]
(3) Both H3BO3 and [B(OH)4]–
(3) H3BO3 rFkk [B(OH)4]–
(4) None of these
(4) buesa ls dksbZ ughaA

3. A neutral atom of an element has 2K, 8L, 9M 3. fdlh rRo ds mnklhu ijek.kq esa 2K, 8L, 9M vkSj 2N
and 2N electrons. Which of the following is bysDVªkWu gaSA fuEu esa ls dkSulk lgh lqesfyr ugh gS \
incorrectly matched:
(1) dqy s bysDVªkWuksa dh la[;k - 8
(1) Total number of s electrons - 8
(2) dqy p bysDVªkWuksa dh la[;k - 12
(2) Total number of p electrons - 12
(3) dqy d bysDVªkWuksa dh la[;k - 1
(3) Total number of d electrons -1
(4) Number of unpaired electrons in element - 3 (4) rRo esa v;qfXer bysDVªkWuksa dh la[;k - 3

4. What product is obtained when B2H6 is heated 4. D;k mRikn cusxk] tc B2H6 dks NH3 ds vfk/kD; ds
with excess of NH3 lkFk xeZ djrs gS rks &
(1) B2H6 . 2NH3 (2) (BN)x
(1) B2H6 . 2NH3 (2) (BN)x
(3) B3N3H6 (4) None of these
(3) B3N3H6 (4) buesa ls dksbZ ughaA

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5. How many oxygen atoms are shared per SiO4 5. [kfut okWykLVksukbV [Ca3(Si3O9)] esa] izfr SiO4
tetrahedral unit in mineral wollastonite prq"Qyd bdkbZ ds fdrus vkWDlhtu ijek.kq lkf>r
[Ca3(Si3O9)] ? gksrs gSa ?
(1) 2 (2) 3 (1) 2 (2) 3
(3) 4 (4) 1 (3) 4 (4) 1

6. Which of the following process lead to formation 6. fuEu esa ls fdl izØe lss leHkkfjd dk fuekZ.k gksxk\
of isobars ?
(1) K-bysDVªkWu vkd"kZ.k
(1) K-electron capture
(2) iksthVªkWu mRltZu
(2) Positron emission

d.k  e  mRltZu
0
0 (3) 
(3)  particle  e  emission  
–1
 –1
(4) all of these (4) mijksDr lHkh

7. Which of the following dimmer does not have 7. fuEu esa ls dkSulk f}yd lsrq ca/k ugha j[krk gS \
bridge bond :
(1) B2H6 (2) Al2Cl6
(1) B2H6 (2) Al2Cl6
(3) I2Cl6 (4) Al2(CH3)6
(3) I2Cl6 (4) Al2(CH3)6

8. Which of the following is inert for hydrolysis in at 8. fuEu esa ls dkSulk ;kSfxd dejs ds rki ij ty
room temperature :
vi?kVu ds fy, vfØ; gS \
(1) B2H6 (2) SiCl4
(1) B2H6 (2) SiCl4
(3) CCl4 (4) BF3
(3) CCl4 (4) BF3

9. Enthalpy of formation of H2O() is –285 KJ/mol 9. H2O() ds laHkou dh ,UFkSYih–285 KJ/mol gS rks H2
then Calorific value of H2 is : dk dSyksjhQhd eku gS :
(1) 285 KJ (1) 285 KJ
(2) 530 KJ (2) 530 KJ
(3) 142.5 KJ (3) 142.5 KJ
(4) Data insufficient (4) vkadM+s vi;kZIr gS

10. Equal volumes of following solutions are mixed, 10. fuEu foy;uksa dks cjkcj vk;ru esa vkil esa feyk;k
in which case the pH of resulting solution will be tkrk gS rks fdlesa izkIr foy;u dh pH nksuksa foy;uksa
average value of pH of two solutions.
ds izkjfEHkd pH dk vkSlr gksxk &
(1) pH = 2 HCl & pH = 12 NaOH
(1) pH = 2 HCl & pH = 12 NaOH
(2) pH = 2 HCl & pH = 4 HCl (2) pH = 2 HCl & pH = 4 HCl
(3) pH = 2 HCN & pH = 12 NaOH (3) pH = 2 HCN & pH = 12 NaOH
(Ka of HCN = 10–10) (Ka of HCN = 10–10)
(4) All of these (4) mijksDr lHkh

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11. In a container fitted with piston, ice and water 11. 273 K ij ,d ik=k esa] ftlesa fiLVu yxk gks] ftlls
are present at equilibrium at 273 K, and air is blds vk;ru dks de T;knk dj ldrs gSA cQZ rFkk
also present in the container at pressure of 1
ty lkE; ij nksuksa mifLFkr gSa] 1 atm nkc ij ik=k esa
atm, If now inert gas is added into this
ok;q Hkh mifLFkr gS] ;fn leku rki rFkk leku fLFkfr
equilibrium keeping the piston at the same
position and at constant temperature, then esa fiLVu dks j[kdj] bl lkE; esa vc vfØ; xSl dks
(neglect any water vapour present in the feyk;k tkrk gS] rc (ik=k esa mifLFkr fdlh ty^ok"i
container) dks ux.; ekudj)
(1) there will not be any change in the amount (1) cQZ rFkk ty dh ek=kk esa dksbZ ifjorZu ugha gksrk
of ice and water.
gSA
(2) the amount of ice will decrease and the
(2) cQZ dh ek=kk de gks tk;sxh rFkk ty dh ek=kk esa
amount of water will increase
(3) the amount of water will decrease and the
o`f) gksxhA
amount of ice will increase (3) ty dh ek=kk de gks tk;sxh rFkk cQZ dh ek=kk esa
(4) the amount of ice and water both will get o`f) gksxhA
decreased (4) cQZ rFkk ty nksuksa dh ek=kk de gks tk;sxhA

12. It was observed that in the initial additions of 12. ;g ik;k x;k fd izkjEHk esa KMnO4 dks vEyh; ek/;e
KMnO4 in the titration of acidic medium, pink esa vuqekiu ds fy, Mkyus ij xqykch jax /khjs /khjs xk;c
colour disappeared slowly but later on it gksrk gSA ysfdu ckn esa ;g rsth ls xk;c gksus yxrk gSA
disappeared quickly. The possible reason can be bldk laHkkfor dkj.k gks ldrk gSA
(1) The reaction between MnO 4– and H2SO4 is (1) MnO4– dh de lkUnzrk ij MnO4– rFkk H2SO4
slow at low concentration of MnO4– chp vfHkfØ;k dk /khek gksukA
(2) Oxidising power of H2SO4 is much lower (2) H2SO4 dh vkWDlhdkjd {kerk dk KMnO4 dh
than that of KMnO4 {kerk ls cgqr de gksuk
(3) The reaction between MnO4– and C2O4– – is (3) MnO4– rFkk C2O4– – ds chp vfHkfØ;k lkekU;
slow at room temperature but it gets rki ij /kheh gksrh gSA ysfdu cuus okys Mn2+
catalysed by the production of Mn2+ ions. vk;Ul bls mRizsfjr djrs gSA
(4) None of these (4) bues ls dksbZ ugh

13. Heat of neutralization of NH4OH and HCl is 13. NH4OH rFkk HCl ds fy, mnklhfudj.k dh Å"ek gSA
(1) 13.7 kcal/mole (2) < 13.7 kcal/mole (1) 13.7 kcal/mole (2) < 13.7 kcal/mole
(3) > 13.7 kcal/mole (4) Zero (3) > 13.7 kcal/mole (4) 'kwU;

14. Amongst the following hydroxides, the one which 14. fuEu gkbMªksDlkbM esa ls dkSu lkekU; rki ij U;wure
has the lowest value of Ksp at ordinary Ksp j[krk gS &
temperature is :
(1) Mg(OH)2 (2) Be(OH)2
(1) Mg(OH)2 (2) Be(OH)2
(3) Ba(OH)2 (4) Ca(OH)2
(3) Ba(OH)2 (4) Ca(OH)2

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15. Which of the following statements is false : 15. fuEu esa ls dkSulk dFku xyr gS :
(1) The particle nature of electromagnetic (1) oS|qr pqEcdh; fofdj.k dh d.k izd`fr] izdk'k
radiations is able to explain photoelectric
oS|qr izHkko dks le>kus esa l{ke gSA
effect.
(2) ,d QksVkWu dk laosx] bldh rjax-nS/;Z ds
(2) The momentum of photon is inversely
O;qRØekuqikrh gksrk gSA
proportional to its wavelength.
(3) The energy of a photon is inversely
(3) ,d QksVkWu dh ÅtkZ] bldh rjax-nS/;Z ds
proportional to its wavelength. O;qRØekuqikrh gksrh gSA
(4) The wave number of red photon is more (4) yky QksVkWu dh rjax la[;k] cSaxuh QksVkWu dh
than the energy of violet photon. ÅtkZ dh vis{kk vf/kd gksrh gSA

16. Which of the following reactions is associated 16. fuEu esa ls dkSulh vfHkfØ;k ,UVªkWih esa lcls _.kkRed
with the most negative change in entropy ? ifjorZu j[krh gS %
(1) N2 (g) + 3H2 (g)  2NH3 (g)
(1) N2 (g) + 3H2 (g)  2NH3 (g)

(2) C2H2 (g) + 2H2 (g)  C2H6 (g) (2) C2H2 (g) + 2H2 (g)  C2H6 (g)

(3) C (s) + O2  CO2(g) (3) C (s) + O2  CO2(g)

(4) 2NO2 (g)  N2O4 (s) (4) 2NO2 (g)  N2O4 (s)

17. For the reaction, 17. vfHkfØ;k]


1 1
1
A2 +
1
B2  AB ; H = – 50 Kcal. A2 + B2  AB; H = – 50 Kcal ds fy,
2 2 2 2

If the bond energies of A2, B2 and 'AB' are x


;fn A2, B2 rFkk 'AB' dh ca/k ÅtkZ;sa Øe'k% x, rFkk
2
x
respectively x, and x Kcal, the value of x is :
2 x Kcal gSa] rks x dk eku gS %
(1) 50 (2) 100 (1) 50 (2) 100
(3) 200 (4) 400 (3) 200 (4) 400

18. The magnitude of enthalpy changes for 18. 1L ls 2L rd ,d xSl ds vuqRØe.kh; :)ks"e izlkj ds
irreversible adiabatic expansion of a gas from 1L fy, ,UFkSYih ifjorZu dk ifjek.k H1 gS rFkk leku
to 2L is H1 and for reversible adiabatic
izdkj ds mRØe.kh; :)ks"e izlkj ds fy, bldk
expansion for the same expansion, it is H2.
ifjek.k H2 gS] rc %
Then
(1) H1 > H2 (1) H1 > H2

(2) H1 < H2 (2) H1 < H2

(3) H1 = H2, enthalpy being a state function (3) H1 = H2, pwafd ,UFkSYih ,d voLFkk Qyu gksrk gS
(4) H1 = E1 & H2 = E2, where E1 & E2 (4) H1 = E1 rFkk H2 = E2, tgk¡ E1 rFkk E2
are magnitudes of change in internal energy Øe'k% bl izlkj esa xSl dh vkUrfjd ÅtkZ esa
of gas in these expansions respectively.
ifjorZu dk ifjek.k gSA

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19. The equilibrium reaction that is not influenced by 19. fuEu esa ls dkSulh lkE; vfHkfØ;k fu;r rki ij
volume change at constant temperature is vk;ru esa ifjorZu ls izHkkfor ugha gksxh \
(1) H2  g   2  g 2H  g
(1) H2  g   2  g 2H  g
(2) N2  g  3H2  g 2NH3  g
(2) N2  g  3H2  g 2NH3  g

(3) N2O4  g 2NO2  g (3) N2O4  g 2NO2  g

(4) 2NO  g  O2  g 2NO2  g (4) 2NO  g  O2  g 2NO2  g

20. dz2  orbital has : 20. dz  d{kd


2 j[krk gS :
(1) A lobe along z-axis and a ring along xy- (1) z-v{k ds vuqfn'k ,d ikyh (lobe) rFkk xy-ry
plane ds vuqfn'k ,d oy;
(2) A lobe along z-axis and a lobe along xy- (2) z-v{k ds vuqfn'k ,d ikyh (lobe) vkSj xy-ry
plane ds vuqfn'k ,d ikyh (lobe)
(3) It has two radial nodes (3) blesa nks f=kT;h; uksM ik;s tkrs gSaA
(4) Both (1) and (3) (4) (1) o (3) nksuksa

21. Calculate the heat of formation of benzene from 21. fuEu vkadMksa dks iz;qDr djrs gq, csUthu ds laHkou ds
the following data, assuming no resonance.
,YFkSYih Kkr djks ¼vuqukn ds izHkko dks ux.; ekus½
Data :
ca/k ca/k ÅtkZ
Bond Bond enthalpy
C–C 80 kcal C–C 80 kcal

C=C 150 kcal C=C 150 kcal

C–H 100 kcal C–H 100 kcal

H–H 50 Kcal H–H 50 Kcal

Heat of atomisation of C = 200 kcal dkcZu dh ijek.kq ,UFkSYih 200 kcal gS &
(1) 560 Kcal (2) – 240 Kcal (1) 560 Kcal (2) – 240 Kcal
(3) – 1200 Kcal (4) 60 Kcal (3) – 1200 Kcal (4) 60 Kcal

22. According to Heisenberg's uncertainty principle, 22. gkbtsucxZ vfuf'prrk fl)kUrkuqlkj] ,d lw{en'khZ d.k
on increasing the wavelength of light used to dks fu/kkZfjr djus ds fy, iz;qDr izdk'k dh rjax&nS/;Z
locate a microscopic particle, uncertainty in esa o`f) djus ij] d.k dh fLFkfr esa vfuf'prrk ds
measurement of position of particle : ekiu esa %
(1) Increases
(1) o`f) gksrh gS
(2) Decreases
(2) deh gksrh gS
(3) Remains unchanged
(3) vifjofrZr jgrk gS
(4) Cannot be predicted
(4) dgk ugha tk ldrk

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23. In SO2 molecule, there are two -bonds and two 23. SO2 v.kq esa nks -ca/k rFkk nks -ca/k gSA nks -ca/kks dk
-bonds. The two -bonds are formed by : fuekZ.k gksrk gSA
(1) p–p overlap between S and O atoms (1) S vkSj O ijek.kqvksa ds e/; p – p vfrO;kiu ls
(2) sp2–p overlap between S and O atoms (2) S vkSj O ijek.kqvksa ds e/; sp2 – p vfrO;kiu ls
(3) one by p–p overlap and other by p–d (3) ,d p – p vfrO;kiu }kjk rFkk vU; p – d
overlap vfrO;kiu }kjk
(4) both by p–d overlap
(4) nksuksa p – d vfrO;kiu }kjk

24. Which of the following MO has lowest energy for 24. fuEu esa ls dkSulk vkf.od d{kd (M.O) B2 v.kq ds
B2 molecule ? fy, U;wure ÅtkZ j[krk gS \
(1) 2px (2)  2px

(1) 2px (2) 2px
(3) 2py (4) 2py (3) 2py (4) 2py

25. In which of the following species all bonds 25. fuEu esa ls fdl iztkfr esa lHkh cU/kksa dh yEckbZ leku
length are equal? gksrh gS\
(1) ClO4– (2) NO3– (1) ClO4– (2) NO3–
(3) SF4 (4) both (1) and (2) (3) SF4 (4) (1) rFkk (2) nksuksa

26. The oxidation state(s) of Cl in CaOCl2 (bleaching 26. CaOCl2 (fojtad pw.kZ) esa Cl dh vkWDlhdj.k voLFkk
powder) is/are : fuEu gS
(1) +1 only (2) –1 only (1) dsoy +1 (2) dsoy –1
(3) +1 and –1 (4) None of these (3) +1 rFkk –1 (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugh

27. For the reaction : CaCO3 (s) CaO(s) + CO2 27. CaCO3 (s) CaO(s) + CO2 (g) ds fy;s 1000 K
(g), Kp = 2 atm at 1000 K. If 20 g of CaCO3 were ij Kp = 2 atm gSA ;fn 1000 K ij ,d 8.21 yhVj
kept in a 8.21 litre vessel at 1000 K, then the ik=k esa CaCO3 dk 20 g fy;k tk;s] rc lkE;koLFkk ij
percentage of CaCO3 remaining at equilibrium is: cps gq, CaCO3 dh çfr'kr D;k gksxh %
(1) 40% (2) 50%
(1) 40% (2) 50%
(3) 78% (4) 1000% (3) 78% (4) 100%

28. Identify the functional group which is absent in 28. fØ;kRed lewg igpkfu,] tks fuEu ;kSfxd esa vuqifLFkr
the following compound. gS &
O O O O
N–C–CH3 N–C–CH3

O O O O

(1) Ester (2) Amide (1) ,LVj (2) ,ekbM+


(3) Ether (4) Ketone (3) bZFkj (4) dhVksu

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29. Total number of structural 3° alcohols possible 29. v.kqlq=k C6H14O ds dqy fdrus 3º ,YdksgkWy lajpuk
with molecular formula C6H14O is : leko;oh laHko gS&
(1) 1 (2) 2 (1) 1 (2) 2
(3) 3 (4) 4 (3) 3 (4) 4

30. The IUPAC name of 30. fuEu ;kSfxd dk IUPAC uke gS &
F F

 Cl is :  Cl
Br Br

(1) 1-Bromo-2-Chloro-3-Fluoro-6-iodo benzene (1) 1-czkseks-2-Dyksjks-3-¶yksjks-6-vk;ksMks csUthu


(2) 2-Bromo-1-Chloro-5-Fluoro-3-iodo benzene (2) 2-czkseks-1-Dyksjks-5-¶yksjks-3- vk;ksMks csUthu
(3) 4-Bromo-2-Chloro-6-iodo-1-Fluoro benzene (3) 4-czkseks-2-Dyksjks-6-vk;ksMks-1-¶yksjks csUthu
(4) 2-Bromo-3-Chloro-1-iodo-5-Fluoro benzene (4) 2-czkseks-3-Dyksjks-1-vk;ksMks-5-¶yksjks csUthu

31. Number of total resonating structures of 31. lkbDyksisUVkMkbbZukby _.kk;u dh dqy vuquknh
cyclopentadienyl anion is : lajpukvksa dh la[;k gS &
(1) 2 (2) 3
(1) 2 (2) 3
(3) 4 (4) 5
(3) 4 (4) 5

32. Correct statement for resonance : 32. vuqukn ds fy, lgh dFku gS &
(1) Position of atoms in resonating structures
(1) vuquknh lajpuk esa ijek.kqvksa dh fLFkfr cnyrh
may differ.
gSA
(2) All resonating structures have same energy.
(2) lHkh vuquknh lajpuk,¡ leku ÅtkZ j[krh gSA
(3) p-orbital electrons/-bond electrons transfer (3) vuqukn eas p-d{kd ds bysDVªkWu /-ca/k bysDVªkWuksa
may take place. dk LFkkukUrj.k gksrk gSA
(4) Resonance hybrid structure has more (4) vuquknh ladj lajpuk vU; vuquknh lajpuk dh
energy than its resonating structure. vis{kk vf/kd ÅtkZ j[krh gSA

33. In which species positive charge is delocalised ? 33. dkSulh Lih'kht esa /ku vkos'k foLFkkuhÑr gksrk gS\
H H
+ +
OH2 N OH2 N
(1) (2) (1) (2)

H H H H
 
 N N
(3) (4) 
(3) (4)

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34. Which among the following statements are true 34. lgla;ksth ca/k esa bysDVªkWfud foLFkkiu ds lkis{k fuEu
with respect to electronic displacement in a
covalent bond ?
esa ls dkSulk dFku lR; gS \
(1) Inductive effect operates through  bonds (1) izsjf.kd izHkko dsoy ca/k ds }kjk dk;Z djrk gSA
only.
(2) Resonance effect operates through  bonds (2) vuqukn izHkko dsoy  ca/kksa ds }kjk dk;Z djrk gSA
only.
(3) vuqukn rFkk izsjf.kd izHkko nksuksa ca/kksa ds }kjk
(3) Resonance and inductive effect both
operate through  bonds. dk;Z djrs gSA
(4) inductive effect operates through  bonds
(4) izsjf.kd izHkko dsoy  ca/k ds }kjk dk;Z djrk gSA
only.

35. Which of the following pair is the pair of chain 35. fuEu esa ls dkSulk ;qXe J`¡[kyk leko;oh dk ;qXe gS \
isomers ?
(1) O rFkk O
(1) O and O
OH
(2) and
OH (2) rFkk
OH
OH
CHO CHO

(3) and (3) rFkk


CHO CHO
O O O O
(4) CH3–CH2–C–OCH3 and CH3–C–O–CH2–CH3 (4) CH3–CH2–C–OCH3 rFkk CH3–C–O–CH2–CH3

36. How many structures of amines with molecular 36. v.kq lw=k C4H11N ;qDr ,ehuksa dh fdruh lajpuk,sa
formula C4H11N can give carbyl amine test dkfcZy,ehu ijh{k.k ns ldrh gS ¼dsoy lajpukRed
(consider only structural isomers) ?
leko;oh dks gh ekus½ \
(1) 4 (2) 5
(1) 4 (2) 5
(3) 6 (4) 8 (3) 6 (4) 8

37. Which is the correct basic strength order of the 37. fuEu ;kSfxdksa ds {kkjh; lkeF;Z dk lgh Øe dkSulk gS \
following compounds ?
NH NH–CH=O
NH NH–CH=O (i) (ii)
(i) (ii)
CH2–NH2 NH2
CH2–NH2 NH2 (iii) (iv)
(iii) (iv) CH3
CH3
(1) I > iv > iii > ii
(1) I > iv > iii > ii
(2) iii > iv > i > ii (2) iii > iv > i > ii

(3) iv > ii > iii > I (3) iv > ii > iii > I
(4) i > iii > iv > ii (4) i > iii > iv > ii

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38. Which reagent is not suitable for the following 38. fuEu :ikUrj.k ds fy, dkSulk vfHkdeZd mi;qDr ugha
conversion ? gS &

Ph–CH=O 
 Ph–COOHReagent
vfHkdeZd
Ph–CH=O 
 Ph–COOH
(1) Tollen's reagent (1) VkWysu vfHkdeZd
(2) Fehling solution
(2) Qsgfyax foy;u
(3) K2Cr2O7 , H+
(3) K2Cr2O7 , H+
(4) Acidic KMnO4
(4) vEyh; KMnO4

39. Identify compound y according to following test : 39. fn;s x;s ijh{k.k ds vuqlkj ;kSfxd y dks igpkfu,
Test Compound y ijh{k.k ;kSfxd y
(1) NaO No reaction
(1) NaO dksbZ vfHkfØ;k ugha
 No reaction
(2) [Ag(NH3)2]
(2) [Ag(NH3)2] dksbZ vfHkfØ;k ugha
(3) NaHCO3 No reaction
(3) NaHCO3 dksbZ vfHkfØ;k ugha
O
O
O
(1)
O
OH (1)

O OH
O
(2) O
(2) O

(3) CH3.–CH=O
(3) CH3.–CH=O
COOH
(4)
COOH
OH OH (4)
OH OH

40. The mono nitration will mainly take place at 40. eksuksukbVªhdj.k eq[;r% dkSulh fLFkfr ij gksxh \
which position?
(2)
(2) (3)
NH (1)
(3)
NH (1)
NH
(4) O
NH
(4) O
(1) 2 (2) 4
(1) 2 (2) 4
(3) 1 (4) 3
(3) 1 (4) 3

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41. Which statement is incorrect for the preparation 41. ,sYdsu ls ,sfYdy czksekbM cukus ds fy, dkSulk dFku
of alkyl bromide from alkane ? xyr gS &
(1) Isopentane gives 2-bromo-2-methyl butane
(1) vkblksisUVsu eq[; mRikn ds :i esa 2-czkseks-2-
as major product.
esfFky C;wVsu nsrk gSA
(2) n-Pentane gives total 4 monobromo
(2) n-isUVsu dqy 4 eksuksczkseks isUVsu leko;oh nsrs gSA
pentane isomers.
(3) vkblksC;wVsu eq[; mRikn ds :i esa vkblksC;wfVy
(3) Isobutane gives isobutyl bromide as major
product. czksekbM nsrk gSA

(4) Bromination of alkane is highly selective (4) ,sYdsu dk czkseksuhdj.k mPp p;ukRed vfHkfØ;k
reaction. gSA

42. Which of the following cation is most stable ? 42. fuEu esa ls dkSulk /kuk;u lokZf/kd LFkk;h gS \
CH3
CH3
(1) CH3
(1) CH3
H3C
H3C
CH3
CH3 CH3
(2) H3C CH3
OH (2) H C
3
OH
CH3
(3) CH3 CH3
HO (3) CH3
HO
CH3
(4) CH3
H3C OH
(4)
H3C OH

43. In aqueous solution at normal temperature, X 43. lkekU; rki ij tyh; ek/;e esa X rFkk Y gS &
and Y are OH O
OH O

OH O
X Y
OH O
X Y (1) vuquknh lajpuk,sa
(1) resonanting structures
(2) pyko;oh leko;oh
(2) tautomers
(3) fØ;kRed leko;oh
(3) functional isomers
(4) fLFkfr leko;oh
(4) positional isomers

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44. Compound (X) 44. ;kSfxd (X)
 

O3
  Y  Z 
NaOH

 
H

 Ph–CH2–OH  3 O
  Y  Z 
NaOH
 
H

 Ph–CH2–OH
Zn, H O
2 Zn, H O 2 

+ compound (Q) + ;kSfxd (Q)


Compound Q gives Tollen's test. Identity the ;kSfxd Q VkWysu ijh{k.k nsrk gSA ;kSfxd (X) dh lajpuk
compound (X) : igpkfu;s :
CC–CH3
CC–CH3
(1)
(1)

CH2–CH=CH2 CH2–CH=CH2
(2) (2)

CH=CH2 CH=CH2
(3) (3)

CH=CH CH3 CH=CH CH3


(4) (4)

Br2/CCl4 Br2/CCl4
2 Products 2 mRikn

45. X 45. X
dil. cold alkaline KMnO4
1 Product ruq B.Mk {kkjh; KMnO4
1 mRikn
Br2/CCl4 Br2/CCl4
No product mRikn ugha
Y Y
dil. cold alkaline KMnO4
No product ruq B.Mk {kkjh; KMnO4
mRikn ugha
X rFkk Y Øe'k% gS &
X & Y are respectively :
(1) rFkk
(1) &

(2) rFkk
(2) &

(3) rFkk
(3) &

(4) rFkk
(4) &

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PART–B

Straight Objective Type lh/ks oLrqfu"B izdkj


This section contains 45 multiple choice
bl [k.M esa 45 cgq&fodYih iz'u gSaA izR;sd iz'u ds
questions. Each question has 4 choices (1), (2),
(3) and (4) for its answer, out of which Only One
4 fodYi (1), (2), (3) rFkk (4) gSa] ftuesa ls flQZ ,d
is correct. lgh gSA

46. A car with a horn of frequency 620 Hz travels 46. 620 Hz vko`fr ds gkuZ okyh dkj 20 m/s dh pky ls
towards a large wall a speed of 20 m/s. If the
cMh nhokj dh vksj py jgh gSA ;fn /ofu dk osx
velocity of sound is 330 m/s the frequency of
330 m/s gS] rc MªkbZoj }kjk lquh tkus okyh gkuZ ds
echo of sound of horn as heard by the driver will
be :- izfr/ofu dh vko`fr gksxh :-
(1) 700 (2) 660 (1) 700 (2) 660
(3) 620 (4) 550 (3) 620 (4) 550

47. A man swims from a point A on one bank of a 47. ,d vkneh 100m pkSM+h unh esa A ls B dh vksj rSjrk
river of width 100m. When he swims gSA tc og ty izokg ds yEcor rSjrk gS rks og ikj
perpendicular to the water current, he reaches
djus ds nkSjku 80m izokg dh fn'kk esa cg tkrk gSA rV
the other bank 50 m downstream. At which angle
ls og fdrus dks.k ij rSjs rkfd og unh dks vfHkyEcor
from the bank should the man swim so as to
cross the river perpendicularly?
ij dj ik;s\
B B

100m
100m

A
A
(1) /kkjk ds foijhr fn'kk ls 37º dks.k ij
(1) 37º with upstream
(2) /kkjk ds foijhr fn'kk ls 53º dks.k ij
(2) 53º with upstream
(3) 30º with upstream (3) /kkjk ds foijhr fn'kk ls 30º dks.k ij
(4) 60º with upstream (4) /kkjk ds foijhr fn'kk ls 60º dks.k ij

48. The molar heat capacity of a monoatomic ideal 48. izØe PV1/2 = fu;rkad ls xqtjrh ,dy ijek.kqd
gas undergoing process PV1/2 = constant is vkn'kZ xSl dh eksyj Å"ek /kkfjrk gSA
15 23
(1) R (2) R 15 23
2 2 (1) R (2) R
2 2
7
(3) R (4) zero 7
2 (3) R (4) 'kwU;
2
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49. An ideal di-atomic gas is filled in a 49. ,d dqpkyd ik=k esa vkn'kZ f}izek.kfod xSl Hkjh gqbZ
non-conducting container. Now the
gSA dqpkyd fiLVu dks /khjs&/khjs uhps /kdsyk tkrk gSA
non-conducting piston is slowly pushed down.
bl izfØ;k ds fy, rqY; vk;ru izlkj xq.kkad D;k
What will be equivalent co-officient of volume
expansion for this process. gksxkA
2 7 2 7
(1)  (2)  (1)  (2) 
5T 5T 5T 5T
5 5 5 5
(3)  (4)  (3)  (4) 
7T 2T 7T 2T

50. A mass M is suspended from a spring of 50. ,d nzO;ekughu fLaizx ls M nzO;eku yVdk gqvk gSA
negligible mass. The spring is pulled a little and fLizx dks gYdk lk f[kpdj NksM fn;k tkrk gSA ftlls
then released so that the mass executed SHM T vkorZ dky ls nzO;eku ljy vkorZ xfr djrk gS
of time period T. If the mass is increased by m,
;fn nzO;eku m ls c<k fn;k tk;s rks vkorZ dky
the time period becomes 5T/3. The ratio of m/M
5T/3 gks tkrk gS m/M dk vuqikr gksxk:-
is :-
5 3
5 3 (1) (2)
(1) (2) 3 5
3 5
16 25
16 25 (3) (4)
(3) (4) 9 9
9 9

51. A refrigerator maintains the eatables kept inside 51. ,d fÝt vUnj ds [kk| inkFkkZs dks –3ºC rki ij
at –3ºC and the room temperature is 27º C. cuk, j[krk gS vkSj dejs dk rki 27º C gSA ekuyks bl
Assume that the Carnot cycle is being used in jsfÝtjsVj esa dkuksZ pØ iz;qDr gks jgk gSA ;fn vUnj
the refrigerator. If the heat absorbed from the mifLFkr [kk| inkFkksZ ls izfr feuV 20 J m"ek
eatables per minute is 20 J, then the work done vo'kksf"kr dh tkrh gS rks fo|qr lzksr }kjk izfr lsd.M
on the gas by electricity per second will be : xSl ij fd;k x;k dk;Z gksxk %
(1) 18J (2) 4.4 J
(1) 18J (2) 4.4 J
(3) 6.67 J (4) 2.2 J (3) 6.67 J (4) 2.2 J

52. If number of molecules per unit volume of a gas 52. ;fn fdlh xSl esa v.kqvksa dh la[;k izfr vk;ru
 
is ×1026 per m3 and the diameter of ×1026 izfr m3 gSA ;fn v.kqvks dk O;kl
2 2
molecules is 1 Aº (10–10 m) , then the mean free
1 Aº (10–10 m) gks rks v.kqvks dk ek/; eqDr iFk gksxk %
path is approximately.
(1) 0.1 m (2) 0.2 m (1) 0.1 m (2) 0.2 m
(3) 0.14 m (4) 0.24 m (3) 0.14 m (4) 0.24 m

53. A large liquid drop is broken into 64 small drops 53. ,d cM+h nzo dh cwan dks r f=kT;k dh 64 NksVh cwanks esa
each of radius r. The work done in the process rksMk tkrk gSA izØe esa fd;k x;k dk;Z gS (nzo dk i`"B
is (surface tension of liquid is T) ruko T gS)
(1) 128r2T (2) 192r2T (1) 128r2T (2) 192r2T
(3) 108r2T (4) 144r2T (3) 108r2T (4) 144r2T
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54. A particle moving on x-axis has potential energy 54. x-v{k ij xfr'khy ,d d.k dh x-v{k ds vuqfn'k
U = 4 – 40x + 10x2 J along x-axis. The particle is fLFkfrt ÅtkZ U = 4 – 40x + 10x2 J gSA d.k dks
released at x = – 2m. The maximum value of x = – 2m ij NksMk tkrk gSA x dk vf/kdre eku gksxk
x will be (x is in metre) (x ehVj esa gSaA)
(1) 4 m (2) 6 m (1) 4 m (2) 6 m
(3) 8 m (4) 3 m (3) 8 m (4) 3 m
55. A cart is accelerating horizontally with constant 55. ,d xkMh g (= 9.8 m/s2) ds cjkcj fu;r Roj.k ls
acceleration equal to g (= 9.8 m/s2). A particle is {kSfrt :i ls Rofjr gSA ,d d.k dks xkMh ds {kSfrt
projected inside it with a speed u relative to the
Q'kZ ls  = 45º dks.k ij xkMh ds lkis{k u pky ls
cart, at an angle  = 45º with the horizontal floor
blds vUnj iz{ksfir fd;k tkrk gSA xkMh ds vUnj ,d
of cart. For an observer inside the cart, the
trajectory of projectile is izs{kd ds fy, iz{ksI; dk iz{ksi&iFk gS

u u

45º 45º

(1) A straight line (2) A parabola (1) ljy js[kk (2) ijoy;
(3) A circle (4) An ellipse (3) o`Ùk (4) nh?kZo`Ùk

56. Variation of V2 of an accelerated motion of a 56. x-v{k ds vuqfn'k xfr'khy ,d d.k dh Rofjr xfr dk
particle moving along x-axis varies with its
V2 bldh fLFkfr ds lkFk xzkQ esa n'kkZ, vuqlkj
position x as shown in graph.
2 2 2
ifjofrZr gksrk gSA
V (m /s )
2 2 2
V (m /s )
4
4

X(m)
0 2 X(m)
0 2
The magnitude of acceleration of particle at
x = 1 m is x=1m ij d.k ds Roj.k dk ifjek.k gS
(1) zero (2) –1 ms–2 (1) 'kwU; (2) –1 ms–2
(3) – 2 ms–2 (4) – 4 ms–2 (3) – 2 ms–2 (4) – 4 ms–2

57. A particle is projected horizontally with speed u 57. ,d dks.k dks ,d ehukj ds f'k[kj ls u pky ls {kSfrt
from top of a tower. The particle reaches the :i ls iz{ksfir fd;k tkrk gSA d.k le; T esa /kjkry
ground in time T. The value of speed of the ij igqaprk gSA d.k dh pky dk eku ftlls ;g /kjkry
particle by which it will strike the ground is ls Vdjk;sxk] gSA
2 2 2
(1) u + gT (2) u –g T
(1) u + gT (2) u2 – g2 T 2
(3) u2  g2 T 2 (4) u2  2g2 T 2
(3) u2  g2 T 2 (4) u2  2g2 T 2
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  – t2 
58. The dimensions of in the equation 58. lehdj.k F  esa dh foek D;k gksxh
 v 2

 – t2 ;fn F cy dks] v osx dks vkSj t le; dks iznf'kZr djrk
F , where F is the force, v is velocity and
v 2
t is time is
gSA
(1) [MLT–1] (2) [ML–1 T–2] (1) [MLT–1] (2) [ML–1 T–2]
(3) [ML3 T–4] (4) [ML2 T–4] (3) [ML3 T–4] (4) [ML2 T–4]

59. A steel rod of diameter 1 cm is clamped firmly at 59. ,d NM+ dks nksuks fljks ls n`<rk iwoZd tksM fn;k tkrk
each end when its temperature is 25ºC so that it gSA NM+ dk vuqizLFk dkV dh f=kT;k 1 cm gS vkSj
cannot contract on cooling. The tension in the
izkjfEHkd rki 25ºC gSA 0ºC ij NM+ esa mRiUu ruko
rod at 0ºC is approximately ( = 10–5/ºC,
Y = 2 × 1011 N/m2)
gksxk% ( = 10–5/ºC, Y = 2 × 1011 N/m2)
(1) 4000 N (2) 7000 N (1) 4000 N (2) 7000 N
(3) 7400 N (4) 4700 N (3) 7400 N (4) 4700 N

60. 4 kg of ice at –15ºC are added to 5 kg of water at 60. –15ºC dh 4 kg cQZ dks 15ºC ds 5 kg ikuh ls feykus
15ºC. The temperature of the resulting mixture ij feJ.k dk vafre rki gksxk%
equals
(1) –15ºC
(1) –15ºC
(2) 0ºC
(2) 0ºC
(3) 5ºC
(3) 5ºC
(4) 15ºC (4) 15ºC

61. A thin disc of radius R, just touching the liquid 61. R f=kT;k dh ,d iryh pdrh tks nzo dh lrg dks Nw
surface, forms one arm of a balance. The plate jgh gS] rjktw dh ,d Hkqtk cukrh gSA rjktw ds nwljs
is balanced by some weight on the other side of
iyMs ij dqN Hkkj j[k dj bls lUrqfyr fd;k tkrk
the balance. How much extra weight should be
added on the other side, so that the disc can
gSA nwljs iyMs ij vfrfjDr fdruk Hkkj yxk;s rkfd
just come out of water ? pdrh ikuh ls just ckgj fudy tk;sA

(T)( R2 ) (T)(4R) (T)( R2 ) (T)(4R)


(1) (2) (1) (2)
g g g g
(T)( R) (T)(2R) (T)( R) (T)(2R)
(3) (4) (3) (4)
g g g g

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62. An air bubble of radius r in water is at a depth h 62. ikuh ls f=kT;k r dk ,d gok dk cqycqyk fdlh {k.k ij
below the water surface at some instant. If P is
ikuh dh lrg ls h xgjkbZ ij gSA ;fn ok;qe.Myh;
atmospheric pressure, d and T are density and
nkc P, ?kuRo d rFkk i`"B&ruko T gks rks cqycqys ds
surface tension of water respectively, the
pressure inside the bubble will be : vUnj nkc D;k gksxk :
(1) P + h dg – (4T/r) (1) P + h dg – (4T/r)
(2) P + h dg + (2T/r) (2) P + h dg + (2T/r)
(3) P + h dg – (2T/r) (3) P + h dg – (2T/r)
(4) P + h dg + (4T/r) (4) P + h dg + (4T/r)

63. A liquid of density  and coefficient of viscosity 63.  ?kuRo vkSj ';kurk xq.kkad dk ,d nzo V osx ls
 is flowing with a velocity V in a tube. The flow ,d uyh esa cg jgk gSA izokg T;knk ls T;knk /kkjk
will be more and more laminar if :
(1)  and V should be large and  should be js[kh; gksxk ;fn
small (1)  vkSj V T;knk gks vkSj de gks
(2)  and V should be small and  should be
(2)  vksj V de gks vkSj T;knk gks
large
(3) , V and  all should be small (3) , V vkSj rhuksa de gks
(4)  and V should be small and  should be
(4)  vkSj V de gks vkSj T;knk gks
large

64. A vessel contains oil (density = 0.8 gm/cm 3) over 64. ,d ik=k esa ikjs (?kuRo = 13.6 gm/cm3) ds Åij rsy

mercury (density = 13.6 gm/cm 3). A uniform (?kuRo = 0.8 gm/cm3) Hkjk gSA ,d lekax xksyk bl
sphere floats with half its volume immersed in izdkj rSjrk gS fd mldk vk/kk vk;ru rsy esa rFkk
mercury and the other half in oil. The density of vk/kk ikjs esa jgrk gS rks xksys ds inkFkZ dk ?kuRo
the material of sphere in gm/cm 3 is: gm/cm3 esa gS
(1) 3.3 (2) 6.4 (1) 3.3 (2) 6.4

(3) 7.2 (4) 12.8 (3) 7.2 (4) 12.8

65. A 75 cm string fixed at both ends produces 65. ,d 75 lseh- dh jLlh nksuksa fljksa ij ca/kh gqbZ gS rFkk
resonant frequencies 384 Hz and 288 Hz without 384 Hz o 288 Hz dh vuqukn vko`fÙk bl izdkj iznku
there being any other resonant frequency djrh gSa fd bu nksuksa vko`fÙk;ksa ds e/; vU; dksbZ
between these two. Wave speed for the
vuqukn vko`fÙk ugha gS rks jLlh esa rjax osx gksxk&
string is :
(1) 144 eh-@lS-
(1) 144 m/s
(2) 216 eh-@lS-
(2) 216 m/s
(3) 108 m/s (3) 108 eh-@lS-

(4) 72 m/s (4) 72 eh-@lS-

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66. The v – t plot of an object moving in a straight 66. ,d xfreku oLrq dk v – t xzkQ fuEu fp=k esa iznf'kZr
line is shown in the figure. The average velocity
gSA izFke 6 lSd.M ds nkSjku oLrq dk vkSlr osx gSA
of the object during the first 6 seconds is

6
6
4 8
4 8

(1) 0 (2) 0.83 ms–1 (1) 0 (2) 0.83 ms–1


(3) 2.5 ms–1 (4) 0.67 ms–1 (3) 2.5 ms–1 (4) 0.67 ms–1

67. Two vibrating strings of same material stretched 67. nks dEiUu djrh gqbZ jfLl;k¡ tks fd leku inkFkZ ls
under same tension and vibrating with same cuh gS rFkk leku ruko ds vUrxZr [khaph gqbZ gSA rFkk
frequency in the same overtone have radii leku vko`fr rFkk leku vf/kLoLd ls dEiUu djrh gSA

2r and r. Then the ratio of their lengths is :


budh f=kT;k r rFkk 2r gS rks budh yEckb;ksa dk vuqikr
gksxk :
(1) 1 : 2 (2) 1 : 4
(1) 1 : 2 (2) 1 : 4
(3) 1 : 3 (4) 2 : 3 (3) 1 : 3 (4) 2 : 3

68. A uniform solid cylinder rolls up an incline plane 68. ,d le:i Bksl csyu 30º dks.k ds ,d ur ry ij
of inclination 30º. At the bottom of the incline
Åij dh vksj yksVuh xfr djrk gSA fuEure fcUnq ij
plane, the cylinder is given an initial velocity of
csyu dks 5 m/sec dk js[kh; osx 'kq) yksVuh xfr ds
5 m/sec. along with the angular velocity required
for perfect rolling. How much time will it take to fy, vko';d dks.kh; osx ds lkFk fn;k tkrk gSA csyu
return to the bottom? dks mlh fLFkfr rd okil igqpus esa yxk le; gksxk&
(1) 3 sec. (2) 6 sec. (1) 3 sec. (2) 6 sec.
(3)15 sec. (4) 4sec. (3)15 sec. (4) 4sec.

69. A solid sphere is placed on a smooth horizontal 69. ,d Bksl xksyk ,d fpduh {kSfrt lrg ij j[kk gSA
surface. An horizontal impulse  is applied as ,d {kSfrt vkosx  bl ij fp=kkuqlkj vkjksfir fd;k
shown in the figure. If soon after the impact
tkrk gSA ;fn VDdj ds Bhd ckn xksyk yq<+duk ¼fcuk
sphere starts rolling (without slipping) the ratio of
h/r is :
fQlys½ izkjEHk djrk gS rks h/r dk vuqikr gS %

(1) 1/2 (2) 1/5 (1) 1/2 (2) 1/5


(3) 2/5 (4) 1/4 (3) 2/5 (4) 1/4
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  – t2 
70. The dimensions of in the equation 70. lehdj.k F  esa dh foek D;k gksxh ;fn
 v 2

–t 2
F , where F is the force, v is velocity and
v 2 F cy dks] v osx dks vkSj t le; dks iznf'kZr djrk gSA
t is time is
(1) [MLT–1] (2) [ML–1 T–2]
(1) [MLT–1] (2) [ML–1 T–2]
(3) [ML3 T–4] (4) [ML2 T–4] (3) [ML3 T–4] (4) [ML2 T–4]

71. Mass of pully is 2m and radius is R and string is 71. fp=kkuqlkj f?kjuh dk nzO;eku 2m rFkk f=kT;k R gSA
massless, there is no slipping between pully and Mksjh nzO;ekughu gS rFkk Mksjh rFkk f?kjuh ds e/;
string then acceleration of 3m mass will be - fQlyu ugh gSA 3m nzO;eku dk Roj.k gksxk?

2 2 2 2
(1) g (2) g (1) g (2) g
5 3 5 3
(3) g (4) None of these (3) g (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugh

72. In the given arrangement, the reading of spring 72. nh xbZ O;oLFkk esa dekuhnkj rqyk dk ikB~;kad gksxk %
balance S is (Assume that the pulley is smooth
(ekuyks f?kjuh fpduh vkSj Hkkjghu gS)
and massless)

(1) 9 kgf (2) 90 kgf (1) 9 kgf (2) 90 kgf


(3) 80 kgf (4) 8 kgf (3) 80 kgf (4) 8 kgf

73. A faulty thermometer has its fixed points (milting 73. ,d nks'kiw.kZ FkekZehVj ds fy, ty dk xyukad vkSj
point and freezing point of water) marked 5º X
DoFkukad Øe'k% 5º X vkSj 95º X gSA ;fn fdlh oLrq
and 95º X respectively. If the temperature of a
body as shown on the Celsius scale is 40ºC, dk rki lsaVhxzsM iSekus ij 40ºC gS rks bl nks'kiw.kZ
then its temperature shown on this faulty FkekZehVj }kjk bldk rki inzf'kZr gksxk%
thermometer is
(1) 39º X (2) 40º X
(1) 39º X (2) 40º X
(3) 41º X (4) 44.4º X (3) 41º X (4) 44.4º X

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74. In an I.C. engine, a gas is undergoing a cyclic 74. ,d vUr% ngu batu esa xSl dk pØh; çØe
process as shown in P–V diagram. If the engine P–V vkjs[k esa n'kkZ,uqlkj gSA ;fn batu ,d lSd.M esa
completes 5 cycles in a second, then the
5 pØ iw.kZ djrk gS] rks batu dh vkSlr 'kfDr gksxh&
average power of the engine is :

(1) 50 KW (2) 100 KW (1) 50 KW (2) 100 KW


(3) 150 KW (4) 200 KW (3) 150 KW (4) 200 KW

75. In a closed rigid container an ideal gas is filled. If 75. cUn n`<+ ik=k esa vkn'kZ xSl Hkjh gSA ;fn xSl dks xeZ
the gas is heated, the graph of pressure (p) v/s fd;k tkrk gS rks nkc (p) o oxZek/; ewy pky ds e/;
root mean square speed (rms) will be :
xzkQ gksxkA

(1) (2)
(1) (2)

(3) (4)
(3) (4)

76. Force acting on a body is given as 76. fdlh oLrq ij yxus okyk cy bl izdkj ls iznf'kZr
C -kr C -kr
F= e where r is distance then dimensions fd;k tkrk gS F = e tgk¡ r nwjh gS rks C fd foek
K K
of C are : gksxhA
(1) M1L2T-2 (2) M1L0T-2 (1) M1L2T-2 (2) M1L0T-2
(3) M1L1T-2 (4) M0L2T-2 (3) M1L1T-2 (4) M0L2T-2

77. A block of mass M rests on a rough horizontal 77. M nzO;eku dk CykWd [kqjnjs {kSfrt ry ij fojke esa
surface. The co-efficient of friction between the j[kk gSA CykWd rFkk lrg ds e/; ?k"kZ.k xq.kkad  gSA
block and the surface is . A force F = M g acting
CykWd dks [khapus ds fy, Å/okZ/kj ls  dks.k ij
at angle  with the vertical is applied on it. In
F = Mg dk cy yxk;k tkrk gSA fuEu esa ls fdl
which of the following cases, the block can start
sliding along the surface? fLFkfr esa CykWd dks lrg ds vuqfn'k [khapk tk ldrk gS
 
(1) tan  (2) tan   (1) tan  (2) tan  
2 2
 
(3) cot (/2)  (4) tan > (3) cot (/2)  (4) tan >
2 2

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78. An insulated box containing a diatomic gas of 78. M eksyj nzO;eku dh f}ijek.kqd xSl ;qDr ,d
molar mass M is moving with velocity v. The box
dqpkyd cDlk v osx ls xfr'khy gSA cDls dks vpkud
is suddenly stopped. The resulting change in
jksdk tkrk gSA rki esa ifj.kkeh ifjorZu gSA
temperature is

mv 2 mv 2
(1) (1)
2R 2R

mv 2 mv 2
(2) (2)
3R 3R

mv 2 mv 2
(3) (3)
5R 5R

2mv 2 2mv 2
(4) (4)
5R 5R

79. If rod of length 4 m, area 4cm 2 and young 79. ;fn yEckbZ 4 m, {ks=kQy 4cm2 o ;ax xq.kkad
modules 2 x 1010 N/m2 is attached with mass 2 x 1010 N/m2 dh ,d NM+ 200 kg nzO;eku ls tqM+h gS
200 kg, then angular frequency of SHM rks nzO;eku dh ljy vkorZ xfr dh dks.kh; vko`fÙk
(rad/sec.) of mass is equal to -
(rad/seces) cjkcj gS %&
(1) 1000
(1) 1000
(2) 10 (2) 10
(3) 100 (3) 100
(4) 10  (4) 10 

80. If unit of distance and mass is doubled and unit 80. ;fn nwjh vkSj nzO;eku ds ek=kd dks nqxquk dj fn;k
of pressure is done four times, then the tk;s vkSj nkc ds ek=kd dks pkj xquk dj fn;k tk;s rks
numerical value of time will be : le; dk vkafdd eku gks tk;sxk %
1 1
(1) 2 times (2) times (1) 2 xquk (2) xquk
2 2
(3) 8 times (4) none of these (3) 8 xquk (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugh

81. A particle is revolving in a vertical circle 81. ,d d.k dks  yEckbZ dh gYdh jLlh ls cka/kdj
connected by a light string of length  and
¼ftldk nwljk fljk tM+or gS½ Å/oZ o`Ùk esa ?kqek;k
keeping the other end of the string fixed. The
minimum speed of the particle when the string is tkrk gSA ;fn d.k o`Ùk iwjk dj ys rks jLlh dh {ksfrt
horizontal for which the particle will complete the
voLFkk esa d.k dh U;wure pky D;k gksxh &
circle is
(1) g (2) 2g (1) g (2) 2g

(3) 3g (4) 4g (3) 3g (4) 4g

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82. Two blocks of masses 10kg and 4kg are 82. 10 fdxzk- rFkk 4 fdxzk- nzO;eku ds nks CykWd] ,d ux.;
connected by a spring of negligible mass having
nzO;eku dh fLizax ls tqM+s gSa ftldk K = 140 N/M
K = 140 N/M and are placed on a frictionless
horizontal surface. An impulse gives a speed of rFkk ?k"kZ.k jfgr {kSfrt lrg ij j[ks gSaA cM+s CykWd dks
14 ms–1 to the heavier block in the direction of ,d vkosx NksVs CykWd dh rjQ 14 eh-ls-–1 dh pky
the lighter block. Then, the maximum
iznku djrk gSA rks fLizax esa vf/kdre laefiM+u gksxkA
compression in the spring will be

(1) 1 m (2) 2 m (1) 1 m (2) 2 m


(3) 3 m (4) 4 m (3) 3 m (4) 4 m

83. A ring of mass M and radius R lies in x-y plane 83. ,d oy; ftldk nzO;eku M gS rFkk f=kT;k R gS ;g
with its centre at origin as shown. The mass x-y ry esa gSA bldk dsUnz ewy fcUnq ij fp=kkuqlkj gSA
distribution of ring is non uniform such that, at oy; ij nzO;eku forj.k vleku gSA oy; ij fdlh
any point P on the ring, the mass per unit length fcUnq P ij izfr bdkbZ yEckbZ dk nzO;eku  = 0
is given by  = 0 cos2 (where 0 is a positive
cos2 gS (tgk¡ 0 ,d /kukRed fu;rkad gS) rks oy; dk
constant). Then the moment of inertia of the ring
z-v{k ds lkis{k tM+Ro vk?kw.kZ gksxk :
about z-axis is :
y
y

P
P
 x
 x

1
1 (1) MR2 (2) MR2
(1) MR2 (2) MR2 2
2
1M 1M
1M 1M (3) R (4) R
(3) R (4) R 2 0  0
2 0  0
84. fp=kkuqlkj fpduh {kSfrt lrg ij j[kk CykWd fLçax ls
84. A block attached to a spring, pulled by a
constant horizontal force F, is kept on a smooth tqM+k gSA bl CykWd dks fu;r {kSfrt cy F }kjk [khapk
surface as shown in the figure. Initially, the
tkrk gSA ;fn fLçax çkjEHk esa bldh lkekU; fLFkfr esa
spring is in the natural state. Then the maximum
displacement of the block is : [Given that spring gS rks CykWd dk vf/kdre foLFkkiu gksxk : [fn;k gS :
does not break] fLçax VwVrh ugha gS]

F 2F
(1) (2) F 2F
K K (1) (2)
K K
F
(3)  (4) F
2K (3)  (4)
2K
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85. In the figure shown, coefficient of restitution 85. çnf'kZr fp=k esa VDdj dk çR;koLFkku xq.kkad A o B ds
1 1
between A and B is e = , then loss of kinetic e/; e = , gS rk VDdj esa xfrt ÅtkZ dh gkfu gksxh
2 2
energy in the collision is (particle B is initially at
(d.k B izkjfEHkd :Ik foJkekoLFkk ij gS) :
rest) :

1 3 1 3
(1) mv2 (2) mv2 (1) mv2 (2) mv2
4 4 4 4
5 3 5 3
(3) mv2 (4) mv2 (3) mv2 (4) mv2
16 16 16 16

86. There is a rectangular metal plate in which two 86. ,d vk;rkdkj /kkrq dh IysV esa] fn[kk;h x;h ekiksa dh
cavities in the shape of rectangle and circle are vk;r ,oa o`Ùkh; vkdkj dh nks xqgk,sa cuk;h x;h gSaA
made, as shown with dimensions. P and Q are
P rFkk Q bu xqgkvksa ds dsUnz gSaA IysV dks xeZ djus ij]
centres of these cavities. On heating the plate,
which of the following quantities increase ? fuEu esa dkSulh jkf'k;k¡ c<+rh gSa &

(1) area r2)of circular cavity (1) o`Ùkkdkj xqgk dk {ks=kQy r2)
(2) area (ab)of rectangular cavity (2) vk;rkdkj xqgk dk {ks=kQy (ab)
(3) Distance (PQ)between centre of both cavities (3) nksuksa xqgkvksa ds dsUnz ds chp dh nwjh (PQ)
(4) All of the above (4) mijksDr lHkh

87. Heat is
87. m"ek gS %
(1) Kinetic energy of random motion of
molecules
(1) v.kqvksa dh ;kn`fPNd xfr ds dkj.k xfrt ÅtkZ
(2) Kinetic energy of orderly motion of (2) v.kqvksa dh O;ofLFkr xfr ds dkj.k xfrt ÅtkZ
molecules
(3) v.kqvksa dh ;kn`fPNd xfr vkSj O;ofLFkr xfr nksuks
(3) Total kinetic energy of random as well as
ds dkj.k xfrt ÅtkZ
orderly motion of molecules
(4) Energy in transit (Energy flow from hot (4) laØfer ÅtkZ (xeZ oLrq ls B.M+h oLrq dh vksj
object to the cold object)
cgus okyh ÅtkZ)

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88. In the Rutherford -particle scattering 88. jnjQksMZ ds -d.k izfØ.kZu iz;ksx esa d.k dks u osx
experiment an  particle is projected with a ls fLFkj xksYM ds ukfHkd dh vksj iz{ksfir fd;k tkrk
velocity of u towards a fixed gold nucleus and
gSA vkSj fu'kkuk pwd tkrk gSA izfrd"kZ.k ds dkj.k
aim is missed. Due to the repulsion, the path of
 particle become curced. Which quantity of d.k dk iFk oØkdkj gks tkrk gSA d.k ds fy,
 particle will remain conserved. dksulh jkf'k lajf{kr jgsxh%

(1) momentum
(1) laosx
(2) Only angular momentum about the gold
nucleus (2) dsoy xksYM ds ukfHkd ds lkis{k dks.kh; laosx
(3) Only total mechanical energy (3) dsoy dqy ;kaf=kd ÅtkZ
(4) Both Angular momentum and Total
(4) dks.kh; laosx vkSj dqy ;kaf=kd ÅtkZ nksuks
mechanical energy

89. A bimetallic strip is made of aluminium and steel 89. ,d f}/kkrqd i=kh vY;wehfu;e ,oa LVhy (al > steel).
(al > steel). On heating, the strip will dh cuh gSA xje djus ij ;g i=kh&
(1) remain straight (1) lh/kh jgsxh
(2) get twisted (2) O;kofrZr gks tk,xh
(3) will bend with aluminium on concave side (3) vY;qfefu;e dks vory ik'oZ cukdj eqMsxh
(will bend toward aluminium plate) (vY;qfefu;e i=kh dh rjQ eqMsxh )
(4) will bend with steel on concave side. (will (4) LVhy dks vory ik'oZ cukdj eqMsxh (LVhy i=kh
bend toward steel plate) dh rjQ eqMsxh )

90. A uniform metallic rod rotates about its 90. dksbZ ,d leku /kkrq dh NM+ vius yacor~ f}Hkktd ds
perpendicular bisector with constant angular ifjr% ,d leku dks.kh; pky ls ?kw.kZu djrh gSA ;fn
speed. If its is heated uniformly to raise its bldk FkksMk rki c<+kus ds fy, bls ,d leku rIr djsa
temperature slightly rks bldh
(1) its speed of rotation increases. (1) ?kw.kZu pky c< tkrh gS
(2) its speed of rotation decreases (2) ?kw.kZu pky ?kV tkrh gS
(3) its speed of rotation remains same. (3) ?kw.kZu pky vifjofrZr jgrh gS
(4) its speed increases because its moment of (4) ?kw.kZu pky blds tMRo vk?kw.kZ esa o`f) ds dkj.k
inertia increases. c< tkrh gS

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PART- C

Straight Objective Type


lh/ks oLrqfu"B izdkj
This section contains 90 multiple choice
bl [k.M esa 90 cgq&fodYih iz'u gSaA izR;sd iz'u ds
questions. Each question has 4 choices (1), (2),
(3) and (4) for its answer, out of which ONLY 4 fodYi (1), (2), (3) rFkk (4) gSa] ftuesa ls flQZ ,d
ONE is correct. lgh gSA

91. 91.
(i) (ii) (i) (ii)

(iii) (iv) (iii) (iv)


Select the correct option that has correct lgh fodYi dk p;u dhft, tks mijksDr fp=kksa (i),
labeling for above diagrams (i), (ii), (iii) & (iv) (ii), (iii) & (iv) dk Øe'k% lgh ukekadu j[krk gS
respectively (1) (i) – fMfDV;ksVk (ii) – iksyhlkbQksfu;k (iii) –
(1) (i) – Dictyota (ii) – Polysiphonia (iii) – ekdZsfUl;k (iv) – lkfYofu;k
Marchantia (iv) – Salvinia
(2) (i) – ¶;wdl (ii) – iksjQk;jk (iii) – okWYokWDl (iv)
(2) (i) – Fucus (ii) – Porphyra (iii) – Volvox
– LQSXue
(iv) – Sphagnum
(3) (i) – ysfeusfj;k (ii) – dkjk (iii) – ¶;wusfj;k
(3) (i) – Laminaria (ii) – Chara (iii) – Funaria
(iv) – flysftusyk
(iv) – Selagenella
(4) (i) – ¶;wdl (ii) – iksyhlkbQksfu;k (iii) – okWYokWDl
(4) (i) – Fucus (ii) – Polysiphonia (iii) – Volvox
(iv) – Selagenella (iv) – flysftusyk

92. Which of the following is unique feature of 92. fuEu eas ls dkSulk vuko`Ùkchft;ksa dk fof'k"V y{k.k gS
Gymnosperms (1) f}rh;d o`f} dh mifLFkfr
(1) Presence of secondary growth
(2) okfgfudkvksa dh mifLFkfr
(2) Presence of tracheids
(3) uXu chtk.Mksa dh mifLFkfr
(3) Presence of naked ovules
(4) Presence of pollination (4) ijkx.k dh mifLFkfr

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93. Select the wrong pair 93. xyr ;qXe dk p;u dhft,
(1) Acrocentric chromosome–Subterminal (1) ,ØkslsfUVªd xq.klw=k–mifljh; xq.klw=kfcUnq
centromere (2) XykbdksizksVhu ,oa XykbdksfyfiM~l dk la'ys"k.k&
(2) Synthesis of glycoprotein and glycolipids–
xkWYth midj.k
golgi apparatus
(3) i{ekfHkdkvksa ,oa d'kkfHkdkvksa dk vk/kkjdk;–
(3) Basal body of cilia and flagella–formed by
centrioles rkjddsUnzksa }kjk cuk gqvkA
(4) Lysosome–Maintains a acidic pH < 5 by (4) ykblkslkse–H+ eqDr djds 5 ls de vEyh; pH
releasing H+ cuk;s j[krk gSA

94. In which of the following biennial plant, 94. fuEu esa ls fdl f}o"khZ; ikni esa oalrhdj.k mi;ksxh gSA
vernalization is useful. (1) iÙkkxksHkh (2) pqdUnj
(1) Cabbage (2) Sugarbeet
(3) xktj (4) mijksä lHkh
(3) Carrot (4) All of the above

95. Packaging of material and cell wall formation 95. inkFkksZa dh isfdax o dksf'kdk fHkfÙk fuekZ.k fdlds }kjk
are performed by lEiUu gksrs gaSA
(1) ER (2) Dictyosome (1) ER (2) fMfDV;kslkse
(3) Lysosome (4) Microtubules
(3) ykblkslkse (4) lw{e ufydk,¡

96. Which of the following statements is TRUE? 96. fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu&lk dFku lR; gS\
(1) In telophase, the nuclear membrane
(1) vaR;koLFkk esa dsUnzd dyk dk fuekZ.k izkjEHk gks
begins to form
(2) In prophase, the sister chromatids tkrk gS
separate
(2) iwokZoLFkk esa lg&v/kZlw=k vyx gksrs gSa
(3) In metaphase, the sister chromatids begin
condensation (3) e/;koLFkk esa lg&v/kZlw=kksa dk la?kuu izkjEHk gksrk gS
(4) In anaphase, the chromosomes move to
(4) i'pkoLFkk esa] xq.klw=k rdqZe/; js[kk dks tkrs gSa
the spindle equator

97. Which of the following is homologous of sweet 97. fuEu esa ls dkSulk ehBs vkyw ds letkr gS&
potato (1) vnjd (2) vkyw
(1) Ginger (2) Potato
(3) 'kyte (4) dsyk
(3) Turnip (4) Banana

98. Select the wrong pair 98. xyr ;qXe dks pqfu;s&
(1) Microsomes–Fragments of ribosomes only (1) ekbØkslksEl&lsUVªh¶;wxs'ku ds ckn dsoy
after centrifugation
jkbckslkse ds [k.M
(2) Actin protein–Microfilament
(3) Tonoplast–Membrane of Vacuole in plant (2) ,fDVu izksVhu&lw{erarqd
cell (3) VksuksIykLV&ikni dksf'kdk esa fjfDfrdk dh dyk
(4) Pili–do not play role in motility
(4) jkse&xfr esa dksbZ Hkwfedk ugh

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99. Which of the following is absent in dicot root 99. fuEu esa ls dkSulk f}chti=kh ewy esa vuqifLFkr gksrk gS\
(1) Diarch to hexarch xylem (1) tkbye f}vkfnnk:d ls "kVvkfnnk:d
(2) Well developed pith (2) lqfodflr eTtk
(3) Secondary growth (3) f}rh;d o`f)
(4) Centripetal xylem
(4) vfHkdsUnzh; tkbye

100. Which of the following is day neutral plant? 100. fuEu esa ls dkSulk fnol mnklhu ikni gS\
(1) Wheat (2) Tomato (1) xsg¡w (2) VEkkVj
(3) Potato (4) Rice (3) vkyw (4) pkoy

101. Which of the following is wrongly matched? 101. fuEu esa ls dkSulk xyr lqesfyr gS\
(1) Prop roots – Banyan (1) izkWi ewysa & cjxn
(2) Pneumatophores – Rhizophora (2) U;wesVksQkslZ & jkbtksQksjk
(3) Stilt roots – Maize (3) LVhYV ewysa & eôk
(4) Hygroscopic roots – Sweet potato (4) vknzZrkxzkgh ewysa & ehBk vkyw

102. Nucleic acid is absent in 102. U;wfDyd vEy fdlesa vuqifLFkr gksrk gS\
(1) Virus (2) Viroid (1) ok;jl (2) ok;jksbM
(3) Prion (4) Mycoplasma
(3) fçvksu (4) ekbdksIykTek

103. 'Keel' is absent in 103. 'dhy' fdlesa vuqifLFkr gksrh gS –


(1) Indigophora (2) Sesbania (1) bafMxksQksjk (2) lsLcsfu;k
(3) Cassia (4) Trifolium
(3) dsfl;k (4) VªkbQksfy;e

104. The Thalloid body of Slime mould 104. Lykbe eksYM~l (feDtksekbflVht) dk FkSyskbM dk;
(Myxomycetes) is known as fdl :i esa tkuk tkrk gSA
(1) Plasmodium (2) Protonema (1) IykTeksfM;e (2) izksVksfuek
(3) Fruiting body (4) Mycelium (3) Qyu dk; (4) dodtky

105. Which is wrong about Mycoplasma 105. dkSulk ekbdksIykTek ds ckj esa lgh ugh gSA
(1) They are called PPLO (1) bUgsa PPLO dgrs gS
(2) They lack cell wall (2) buesa dksf'kdk fHkfÙk vuqifLFkr gksrh gS
(3) They are sensitive to penicillin (3) ;s isfuflyhu ds izfr laosnh gksrs gS
(4) They can live without oxygen (4) ;s vkWDlhtu ds fcuk thfor jg ldrs gSA

106. A prokaryotic autotrophic nitrogen fixing 106. ,d izksdsfj;ksfVd Loiks"kh ukbVªkstu fLFkjhdkjh
symbiont is found in : lgthoh fdlesa ik;k tkrk gS\
(1) Alnus (2) Cycas
(1) ,Yul (2) lkbdl
(3) Cicer (4) Pisum
(3) lkblj (4) ikble

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107. Which pair belongs to basidiomycetes 107. dkSulk ;qXe cSflfM;ksekbflVht ls lEc) gSA
(1) Puffball and Claviceps (1) DysfolSIl rFkk iQckWy
(2) Peziza and Ustilago (2) istkbtk rFkk vfLVysxks
(3) Morchella and Mushroom (3) eksdsZyk rFkk e'k:e
(4) Toadstools and Puffball
(4) VksMLVwy rFkk iQckWy

108. Plants deficient in zinc, show reduced 108. ftad dh deh okyk ikni fdl o`f) gkjeksu ds tSo
biosynthesis of growth hormone la'ys"k.k es deh dks n'kkZrk gSA
(1) Cytokinin (2) Auxin (1) lkbVksdkbfuu (2) vkWfDlu
(3) Ethylene (4) Abscisic acid. (3) bFkkbyhu (4) ,fClfld vEy

109. Reaction of -ketoglutaric acid with ammonia to 109. -dhVksXywVsfjd vEy ds lkFk veksfu;k dh fØ;k ls
form glutamic acid is XywVkWfed vEy dk fuekZ.k gSA
(1) Oxidative amination (1) vkWDlhdkjh ,feuhdj.k
(2) Reductive amination (2) mip;udkjh ,sehuhdj.k
(3) Transamination
(3) Vªakl,sfeuhdj.k
(4) Ammonification
(4) veksuhdj.k

110. Which of the following is correct set of 110. fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSulk ikniksa ds fy, lw{eek=kd
micronutrient for plants? iks"kd rRoksa ds lgh ;qXe gS
(1) Mg, Si, Fe, Cu Ca (2) Cu, Fe, Zn, B. Mn
(1) Mg, Si, Fe, Cu Ca (2) Cu, Fe, Zn, B. Mn
(3) Mg, Fe, Zn, B, Mn (4) Mo. Zn, Cl, Mg, Ca
(3) Mg, Fe, Zn, B, Mn (4) Mo. Zn, Cl, Mg, Ca

111. Aerobic respiratory pathway is appropriately 111. ok;oh; 'oluh; ifjiFk ds fy, lgh&lgh D;k dgk
termed tkrk gSA
(1) Anabolic (2) Catabolic (1) mip;uh (2) vip;uh
(3) Parabolic (4) Amphibolic (3) ijoyf;d (4) mHk;oyf;d

112. The energy-releasing metabolic process in 112. ml ÅtkZ&foekspuh mikip;u izfØ;k dks D;k dgrs gSa
which substrate is oxidised without an external ftlesa fØ;k/kkj dk vkDlhdj.k fcuk fdlh cká
electron acceptor is called bysDVªkWu Lohdkjd ds gksrk gSaA
(1) Fermentation (2) Aerobic respiration (1) fd.ou (2) ok;oh; 'olu
(3) Photorespiration (4) Glycolysis (3) izdk'k 'olu (4) Xykbdksfyfll

113. Which is not constituent of cell membrane? 113. dkSulk dksf'kdk dyk dk ?kVd ugha gSa\
(1) Glycolipids (1) XykbdksfyfiM~l
(2) Phospholipids
(2) QkWLQksfyfiM~l
(3) Cholesterol
(4) Proline
(3) dksysLVªkWy
(4) izksyhu

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114. Meiosis takes place in 114. v)Zlw=kh foHkktu dgka gksrk gS\
(1) Conidia (1) dksfufM;k ¼df.k chtk.kq½
(2) Gemmule (2) eqdqyd
(3) Megaspore (3) xq:chtk.kq
(4) Meiocyte
(4) v)Zlw=kh dksf'kdk

115. 2NH3 + 3O2  2NHO2 + 2H2O + energy In 115. 2NH3 + 3O2  2NHO2 + 2H2O + vfHkfØ;k eas
this reaction nitrifying bacteria indicates that ukbVªkstuhÑr thok.kq ;g iznf'kZr djrs gS fd ;s
they are (1) izdk'k Loiks"kh
(1) photoautotrophic
(2) jlk;u Loiks"kh
(2) chemoautotrophic
(3) photoheterotrophic
(3) izdk'k fo"keiks"kh
(4) chemoheterotrophic (4) jlk;u fo"keiks"kh

116. Cell elongation in internodal regions of the 116. gjs ikniksa esa iohZ; {ks=k esa dksf'kdk foo)Zu fdlds
green plants takes place due to dkj.k gksrk gSA
(1) Indole acetic acid (1) bUMksy ,lhfVd vEy
(2) Cytokinins (2) lkbVksdkbfuUl
(3) Gibberellins (3) ftCcjsfyUl
(4) Ethylene
(4) bFkkbZyhu

117. Water potential of a flaccid cell will be 117. ,d nqcZy dksf'kdk dh ty&lkeF;Z gksxhA
(1) W = S (1) W = S
(2) s = p (2) s = p
(3) W = 0 (3) W = 0
(4) w = s –p (4) w = s –p

118. When is NADH+H+ not formed in Kreb’s cycle 118. ØsCl pØ esa NADH+H+ dc ugha curkA
(1) During formation of oxalosuccinic acid from (1) vkblksflfVªd vEy ls vkSDtsykslDlhfud vEy ds
isocitric acid
fuekZ.k ds nkSjku
(2) During formation of succinyl Co-A from -
(2) –dhVksXywVsfjd vEy ls lDlhfuy Co-A ds
Ketoglutaric acid
(3) During formation of fumaric acid from fuEkkZ.k ds nkSjku
succinic acid (3) lDlhfud vEy ls ¶;wesfjd vEy ds fuekZ.k ds
(4) During formation of oxaloacetic acid from nkSjku
malic acid
(4) eSfyd vEy ls vkSDtsyks,lhfVd vEy ds fuekZ.k
ds nkSjku

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119. Choose the correct combinations of labelling of 119. dSfYou pØ esa dkcksZgkbMªsV v.kq Hkkx ysrk gSA ukekadu
the carbohydrate molecules involved in the ds lgh la;ksx dk p;u dhft,A
Calvin cycle.
(i)
(i) Carboxylation
ADP
Carboxylation
ADP
Regenerations CALVIN CYCLE (ii)
Regenerations CALVIN CYCLE (ii) ATP + NADPH2
ATP + NADPH2
Reduction
ATP
Reduction
ATP (iii)
(iii) ADP + NADP
ADP + NADP
Sucrose, Starch
Sucrose, Starch
(1) (i) RuBP (ii) VªkbZ;kst QkWLQsV (iii) PGA
(1) (i) RuBP (ii) Triose phosphate (iii) PGA
(2) (i) PGA (ii) RuBP (iii) VªkbZ;kst QkWLQsV
(2) (i) PGA (ii) RuBP (iii) Triose phosphate
(3) (i) PGA (ii)Triose phosphate (iii) RuBP (3) (i) PGA (ii) VªkbZ;kst QkWLQsV (iii) RuBP
(4) (i)RuBP (ii) PGA (iii) Triose phosphate (4) (i)RuBP (ii) PGA (iii) VªkbZ;kst QkWLQsV

120. A few normal seedling of tomato were kept in a 120. VekVj ds dqN lkekU; uoksn~fHknksa dks va/kjss d{k esa
dark room. After few days they were found to j[kk x;kA dqN fnuksa ds ckn os o.kZdghu ds tSls
have become white-coloured like albions, Which
lQsn gq, ik;s x,A mudk o.kZu djus ds fy, vki
of the following terms will you use to describe
fuEufyf[kr esas ls fdl 'kCn dk ç;ksx djsaxs\
them?
(1) Mutated (2) Embolised (1) mRifjofrZr (2) vUrjkjksfgr
(3) Etiolated (4) Defoliated (3) ikaMqfjr (4) fu"if=kr

121. Water soluble pigment found in plant cell 121. ikni dksf'kdkvksa dh fjfDrdk esa ik;k tkuk okyk ty
vacuole is: esa ?kqyu'khy o.kZd gSA
(1) Anthocyanin (2) Xanthophylls (1) Anthocyanins (2) Xanthophylls
(3) Chlorophylls (4) Carotenoids (3) Chlorophylls (4) Carotenoids

122. Which is not bounded by single membrane 122. dkSu ,dy dyk ls fxjk gqvk ugha gksrk gSA
(1) Vacuole (2) Lysosome (1) fjfDrdk (2) ykblkslkse
(3) Centrioles (4) Cilia/Flagella
(3) rkjddsUnz (4) i{ekfHkdk,sa@d'kkfHkdk,sa

123. What is not common between chloroplast and 123. gfjryod ,oa lw=kdf.kdk ds chp D;k mHk;fu"B gS\
mitochondria (1) nksuksa 70s jkbckslkse rFkk f}lw=kh o`Ùkkdkj DNA
(1) Both have 70s ribosomes, DS circular DNA j[krs gSaA
(2) Both have two envelopes (2) nksuksa nks vkoj.k j[krs gSaA
(3) Both show cytoplasmic inheritance
(3) nksuksa dksf'kdknzO;h oa'kkxfr n'kkZrs gSaA
(4) Both are the site of oxidative
(4) nksuksa vkWDlhdkjh QkWLQksfjyhdj.k ds LFky gksrs
phosphorylation
gSaA
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124. Select the wrong pair : 124. xyr ;qXe dk p;u dhft, &
(1) Bulliform cells–Leaves of grasses (1) cqyhQkWeZ dksf'kdk,sa–?kkalksa dh ifRr;k¡
(2) Stolon–Jasmine (2) HkwLrkjh–pesyh

(3) Viroid–Naked RNA (3) okbjkWbM–uXu RNA

(4) Glomus–Ectomycorrhiza
(4) Xyksel–,DVksekbdksjkbtk

125. Select the correct statement : 125. lgh dFku dk p;u dhft,&

(1) Dissolving of synaptonemal complex and (1) flusIVksfuey tfVy dk ?kqyuk o fd,TesVk dk

movement of chiasmata towards tip of ckbosysUV ds fljs dh vksj xfr] dsoy fMIyksVhu
voLFkk esa gkssrh gSA
bivalent occur in diplotene stage only
(2) ikbul o flysftusyk nksuks esa Lora=k ;qXedksn~fHkn
(2) Both Pinus and Selagenella do not bear
ugha gksrk gSA
independent gametophyte
(3) GERL ra=k] ykblkslkse o jkbckslkse ds fuekZ.k
(3) GERL system involve in formation of
esa 'kkfey gksrk gSA
Lysosome and Ribosome
(4) lgthoh ukbVªkstu fLFkjhdj.k] ukbVªksftust
(4) Symbiotic nitrogen fixation is initiated by
,atkbe }kjk izkjEHk fd;k tkrk gS tks fd Mg-Fe
nitrogenase enzyme that is composed of
izksVhu dk cuk gksrk gSA
Mg-Fe protein

126. Select the wrong statement : 126. xyr dFku dk p;u dhft,&

(1) Inflorescence cymose is found in Solanum (1) llhek{k iq"iØe lksysue esa ik;k tkrk gS
(2) ,dk.Mih v.Mk'k; o vHkwz.kiks"kh cht eVj esa ik;s
(2) Monocarpellary ovary and non
tkrs gS
endospermic seeds are found in pea
(3) LrEHkh; chtk.MU;kl o nyyXu iqadslj] I;kt o
(3) Axile placentation and epipetalous stamens
rEckdw esa ik;s tkrs gSA
are found in onion and tobacco
(4) ,dO;kl lefer iq"i] dsfl;k esa ik;s tkrs gSA
(4) Zygomorphic flowers are found in Cassia

127. Which of the following is related with Ethylene 127. fuEu esa ls dkSu ,fFkyhu ls lEcaf/kr gS \
(1) lajpukfodkl
(1) Morphogenesis
(2) eVj ds chtksa dk vadqj.k
(2) Germination of seeds of pea
(3) xgjs ty ds pkoy ds ikniksa esa ioZ@i.kZo`Ur ds
(3) Promotes rapid internode/petiole elongation
Rofjr nh?khZdj.k dks c<krk gSA
in deep water rice plants.
(4) tk;ye foHksnu
(4) Xylem differentation
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128. 128.

Select the correct option that has correct


lgh fodYi dk p;u dhft, tks mijksDr fp=k ds ckjs
labeling about the above diagram
easa lgh ukekadu j[krk gSA
(1) A–Endodermis, B–Symplast, C–Apoplast,
(1) A–vUr'peZ , B–flEIykLV,C–,iksIykLV,
D–Cell wall
D–dksf'kdk fHkfÙk
(2) A–Endodermis, B–Casparian strip,
(2) A–vUr'peZ, B– dsLisfj;u iV~Vh,
C–Symplastic path, D–Apoplastic path
C–flEIykfLVd ekxZ, D– ,iksIykfLVd ekxZ
(3) A–Casparian strip, B–Endodermis,
(3) A–dsLisfj;u iV~Vh, B– vUr'peZ, C–,iksIykfLVd
C–Apoplastic path, D–Symplastic path ekxZ, D–flEIykfLVd ekxZ
(4) A–Endodermis, B–Passage cells, (4) A– vUr'peZ, B– ekxZ dksf'kdk,sa, C– flEIykfLVd
C–Symplastic path, D–Apoplastic path ekxZ, D–,iksIykfLVd ekxZ

129.
129.

Select the option that has correct labeling for ml fodYi dk p;u dhft, tks mi;qZDr fp=k ds
above diagram : fy, lgh ukekadu j[krk gS&
(1) A–Ribosome, B–Nucleus,C–Rough (1) A–jkbckslkse, B–dsUnzd, C–[kqjnjh vUr%iznzO;h
Endoplasmic Reticulum, D–Nucleopore, E– tkfydk, D–dsUnzd fNnz, E–fpduh vUr%iznzO;h
Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum tkfydk
(2) A–Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum, B–
(2) A–[kqjnjh vUr%iznzO;h tkfydk, B– dsUnzd,
Nucleus, C–Ribosome, D–Nucleopore, E–
C–jkbckslkse, D–dsUnzd fNnz, E–fpduh
Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum
(3) A–Ribosome, B–Nucleolus, C–Rough vUr%iznzO;h tkfydk
Endoplasmic Reticulum, D–Nuclear (3) A–jkbckslkse, B–dsfUnzdk, C–[kqjnjh vUr%iznzO;h
membrane, E–Smooth Endoplasmic tkfydk, D–dsUnzd f>Yyh, E–fpduh vUr%iznzO;h
Reticulum tkfydk
(4) A–Ribosome, B–Nucleolus, C–Rough
(4) A–jkbckslkse, B–dsfUnzdk, C–[kqjnjh vUr%iznzO;h
Endoplasmic Reticulum, D–Nucleus, E–
tkfydk, D–dsUnzd, E–fpduh vUr%iznzO;h
Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum
tkfydk
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130. Select the wrong pair : 130. xyr ;qXe dk p;u dhft,&
(1) Prickle–Exogenous in origin (1) rh{.ko/kZ& mRifÙk esa cfgZtkr
(2) Virus–Only cubical and helical symmetry (2) ok;jl – dsoy ?kukdkj o dq.Mfyuh lefefr
present mifLFkr
(3) Trichoderma–Used to control Fungal (3) VªkbZdksMekZ – vko`Ùkchth; ikniksa esa dod jksxksa ds
diseases in angiospermic plants fu;a=k.k esa iz;qDr
(4) Haplontic life cycle–Spirogyra (4) vxqf.krd thou pØ –Likbjksxk;jk

131. Which of the following has biflagellated gametes 131. fuEu esa ls dkSu f}d'kfHkr ;qXed j[krk gS&
(1) Nostoc (2) Fucus (1) ukWLVkWd (2) ¶;wdl
(3) Polysiphonia (4) Spirogyra (3) iksfylkbQksfu;k (4) Likbjksxk;jk

132. Valvate aestivation in Corolla is found in 132. nyiqat esa dksjLi'khZ ny foU;kl fdlesa ik;k tkrk gS\
(1) China Rose (2) Cassia (1) xqMgy (2) dsf'k;k
(3) Calotropis (4) Pea (3) dsyksVªksfil (4) eVj

133. Which is found in Monocot stem 133. ,dchti=kh rus esa D;k ik;k tkrk gS\
(1) Phloem parenchyma (1) ¶yks,e e`nwrd
(2) Cambium (2) ,/kk
(3) Bundle sheath around each vascular bundle (3) izR;sd laogu iwy ds pkjksa vksj iwykPNn
(4) Well developed pith (4) lqfodflr eTtk

134. Richmond-Lang effect is related with 134. fjpe.M-ySax izHkko fdlls lEcaf/kr gS&
(1) Seed germination (1) chtkadqj.k ls
(2) Photorespiration (2) izdk'k 'olu ls
(3) Seed dormancy (3) cht izlqfIr ls
(4) Delaying senescence (4) th.kZrk eas foyEcu ls

135. Lac operon model was given by 135. ysd vksisjkWu ekWMy fdlds }kjk fn;k x;k Fkk&
(1) Britan & Davidson (1) fczVu & MssfoMlu
(2) Jacob & Monad (2) tsdc & eksukM
(3) Robert & Sharpe (3) jkcVZ & 'kkisZ
(4) Harshey & Chase (4) g"ksZ & pst

136. A non proteinaceous organic compound, which 136. ,d vizksVhuh dkcZfud ;kSfxd] tks ,UTkkbe ls etcwrh ls
tightly binds to enzyme and is non separable is ca/k tkrk gS rFkk vi`FkDduh; gksrk gS] og dgykrk gS
called
(1) ,iks,Utkbe (2) izksLFksfVd lewg
(1) Apoenzyme (2) Prosthetic Group
(3) dks,UTkkbe (4) dks-QsDVj
(3) Coenzyme (4) Co-factor

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137. There are two models to explain mechanism of 137. ,Utkbe fØ;k dks Li"V djus ds fy;s nks ekWMy gSaA
action of enzyme, the currently acceptable one orZeku esa LohÑr ,d ekWMy crkrk gS fd&
states that (1) fØ;k/kkj] ,Utkbe esa fdlh la:i.kkRed ifjorZu
(1) Substrate retards any conformational dks /khek dj nsrk gS
change in enzyme
(2) fØ;k/kkj] ca/ku ds i'pkr~ vdsyk gh bldh
(2) Substrate alone change its shape after
vkÑfr ifjofrZr dj nsrk gS
binding
(3) ,Utkbe lajpuk esa dksbZ la:i.kkRed ifjoruZ
(3) There is no conformational change in
ugh gksrk gS
structure of enzyme
(4) ,Utkbe] fØ;k/kkj ls tqM+rs le; viuh vkÑfr
(4) Enzyme change in its shape at time of
binding with substrate
esa ifjorZu dj ysrk gS

138. Glucose is also called 138. Xywdkst dks ;g Hkh dgk tkrk gS&
(1) Dextrose (2) Grape Sugar (1) MsDlVªkst� (2) vaxwj dh 'kdZjk
(3) Corn sugar (4) All of these (3) edbZ 'kdZjk (4) ;s lHkh

139. The structural and functional unit of liver is 139. ;Ñr dh lajpukRed ,oa dk;kZRed bdkbZ gS&
(1) Cystic duct (1) fiÙkk'k; dh ufydk
(2) Hepatic lobule (2) ;Ñr ikfydk,sa
(3) Hepatopancreatic duct (3) ;Ñr vXuk'k;h okfguh
(4) Sphincter of Oddi (4) vksMh vojksf/kuh

140. The wall of alimentary canal from oesophagus 140. xzfldk ls eyk'k; rd vkgkj uky dh fHkfÙk esa
to rectum possesses _______layers. _______ ijrsa gksrh gS&
(1) 2 (2) 3 (1) 2 (2) 3
(3) 4 (4) 5 (3) 4 (4) 5

141. Vomiting centre is located in the


141. oeu dsUnz fdles fLFkr gksrk gS\
(1) Medulla oblongata (1) esMwyk vksCyksaxsVk
(2) Stomach and sometimes in duodenum (2) vkek'k; rFkk dHkh&dHkh xzg.kh esa
(3) GI tract (3) tBjk¡=kh; iFk
(4) Hypothalamus (4) gkbiksFkSysel

142. A portion of cardiovascular system that 142. ân; lagou ra=k dk ,d Hkkx tks vukWDlhÑr jä dk]
transports deoxygenated blood from the heart to ân; ls QsQM+ksa dks ifjogu djrk gS rFkk vkWDlhtfur
the lungs and brings oxygenated blood back to jä dks okil ân; esa ykrk gSa] ;g dgykrk gS&
the heart is referred as (1) Qq¶Qqlh; ifjlapj.k
(1) Pulmonary circulation (2) ân;h ifjlapj.k
(2) Coronary circulation (3) nSfgd ifjlapj.k
(3) Systemic circulation (4) ,dy ifjlapkjh ra=k
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143. An oval depression called fossa ovalis is 143. ,d v.Mkdkj x<~<k tks Qkslk vksosfyl dgykrk gS]
present on og ik;k tkrk gS&
(1) interatrial septum (1) vUrjkfyUn iV ij
(2) papillary muscles (2) vadqj isf'k;ksa ij
(3) inter ventricular septum (3) varj fuy;h iV
(4) right auriculo-ventricular septum (4) nka;s vkfyUn&fuy;h iV ij

144. Which of the following statements is related to 144. fuEu esa ls dkSulk dFku ân; ds Ýsad&LVkfy±x fu;e
Frank-Starling's law of heart? ls lEcfU/kr gS\
(1) Greater the stroke volume greater is the
(1) vf/kd LVªksd vk;ru rks vf/kd ân; nj
heart rate
(2) ftruk vf/kd ,d feuV dk vk;ru mruh gh
(2) Greater the minute volume greater is the
heart rate vf/kd ân; nj
(3) The stroke volume of the heart increases in (3) ân; dk LVªksd vk;ru] ân; dks Hkjus okys jä
response to an increase in the volume of ds vk;ru esa o`f) dh vuqfØ;k esa c<+rk gS
blood filling the heart
(4) ân; is'kh rarq dh yackbZ ftruh de gksrh gS
(4) Lesser the length of cardiac muscle fibre
greater is the force of contraction of heart mruk gh vf/kd ân; ladqpu dk cy gksrk gSA

145. Which of the following hormones has no effect 145. fuEu es ls dkSulk gkWeksZu ân; Lianu ij dksbZ izHkko
on heartbeat? ugh j[krk gS\
(1) Oxytocin (2) Thyroxine (1) vkWfDlVksflu (2) Fkk;jkWDlhu
(3) Adrenaline (4) Noradrenaline (3) ,Mªhuyhu (4) ukWj,Mªhuyhu

146. Effective Filtration Pressure (EFP) in the 146. euq"; ds o`ô ds Xykses:yl esa izHkkoh fuL;anu nkc
glomerulus of kidney of man is about (EFP) yxHkx gksrk gS
(1) 10 mm Hg (2) 50 mm Hg (1) 10 mm Hg (2) 50 mm Hg
(3) 75 mm Hg (4) 80 mm HG (3) 75 mm Hg (4) 80 mm HG

147. The pectoral and pelvic girdles and the bones of 147. val es[kyk ,oa Jks.kh es[kyk rFkk iknksa dh vfLFk;k¡
the limb form cukrh gS
(1) axial skeleton (1) v{kh; dadky
(2) appendicular skeleton
(2) mikaxh; dadky
(3) visceral skeleton
(3) vkarjkaxh; dadky
(4) outer skeleton.
(4) ckgjh dadky
148. Sella turcica is a 148. lsyk VflZdk gS
(1) covering of kidney (1) o`Dd dk vkoj.k
(2) covering of testis
(2) o`"k.k dk vkoj.k
(3) depression in brain
(4) depression in skull which lodges the
(3) efLr"d dk xrZ
pituitary body. (4) [kksiM+h esa mifLFkr xrZ ftleas fiV~;wVjh dk;
j[kh gksrh gSA
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149. Myasthenia gravis is 149. ek;LFksfu;k xzsfol gS
(1) Vitamin disorder (1) foVkfeu fodkj
(2) Respiratory disorder (2) 'oluh; fodkj
(3) Autoimmune disorder (3) Loizfrj{kk fodkj
(4) Bone disorder (4) vfLFk fodkj

150 Which one of the following substances can cure 150 fuEu esa ls dkSulk inkFkZ ikfdZUlu ds jksx dks Bhd
Parkinson's disease? dj ldrk gS?
(1) GABA (2) Acetylcholine (1) GABA (2) ,flVkbydksyhu
(3) Dopamine (4) Glutamic acid (3) Mksikekbu (4) XywVsfed vEy

151 The brain stem is made up of 151 efLr"d LrEHk fdudk cuk gksrk gS
(1) midbrain, pons, cerebellum (1) e/; efLr"d, iksUl, vuqefLr"d
(2) midbrain, pons, medulla oblongata (2) e/; efLr"d, iksUl, esM~;wyk vkWCyk¡XksVk
(3) dienecephalon, mdulla oblogata cerebellum (3) vxz efLr"d i'p, esM~;wyk vkWCyk¡XksVk vuqefLr"d
(4) cerebellum, cerebrum medulla oblongata (4) vuqefLr"d, izefLr"d esM~;wyk vkWCyk¡XksVk

152. Given below is a diagrammatic representation 152. dksfDy;k ds dkV dks uhps fp=kkRed :i esa n'kkZ;k x;k
of sectional view of cochlea. gSA&

Read the following paragraph carefully.


fuEufyf[kr iSjkxzkQ dks lko/kkuhiwoZd if<+, &
The eardrum vibrates in response to sound
waves and these vibrations are transmitted d.kZ Mªe esa mRiUu daiUu d.kZ vfLFkdkvkas vkSj vaMkdkj
through ear ossicles to oval window which are f[kM+dh }kjk nzo ls Hkjs var% d.kZ rd Hksts tkrs gSa]
transferred to the fluid of cochlea where they tgk¡ os....(i)....esa ,d rjax mRiUu djrh gSaA....(ii)....esa
generate waves in lymphs. The waves in the
gksus okyh xfr jkse dksf'kdkvksa dks eksM+rh gS
lymph induce a ripple in The __(i)___ The
movement of the___(ii)___ bends the hair cells, vkSj....(iii)....ds fo:) ncko mRiUu djrs gSaA
pressing them against the ___(iii)____ fodYi dk p;u dhft, tks fp=k eas lajpuk ds lanHkZ
Choose the option which correctly fills the graph esa lqesfyr gS&
w.r.t labelled structures in diagram.
(1) (i)  D, (ii)  B, (iii)  A
(1) (i)  D, (ii)  B, (iii)  A
(2) (i)  A, (ii)  B, (iii)  C
(2) (i)  A, (ii)  B, (iii)  C
(3) (i)  A, (ii)  B, (iii)  D
(3) (i)  A, (ii)  B, (iii)  D
(4) (i)  A, (ii)  A, (iii)  B
(4) (i)  A, (ii)  A, (iii)  B
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153. Which of the following statements is not correct 153. gkbiksFkSysel ls L=kkfor gkeksZu ds lanHkZ esa dkSu lk
w.r.t the hormones secreted by hypothalamus ? dFku lgh ugha gSa\
(1) Control the adrenal medulla (1) ,Mªhuy esMwyk dk fu;a=k.k
(2) Regulate secretion of adrenal cortex with (2) ACTH ds lkFk ,Mªhuy dkVsZDl ds óko dk
ACTH fu;eu
(3) Store secretion in posterior pituitary (3) Ik'p fiV;wVjh esa óko laxzfgr gksrk gS
(4) Control the process of lactation with the (4) PRL-RH, PRL-IH rFkk vkWDlhVkslhu dh
help of PRL-RH, PRL-IH and oxtocin lgk;rk ls nw/k ds óko izzfØ;k dk fu;a=k.k

154. If a person is going on a long journey by road 154. ;fn ,d O;fDr lM+d ekxZ ls ,d YkEch ;k=kk ij tk
and he uses the road map with the help of jgk gks rks og izefLr"d ds fdl yksc dh lgk;rk ls
which lobe of cerebrum the person is able to
uD'ks esa viuh fLFkfr dk irk yxkrk gS\
locate his position on the map
(1) Frontal lobe (2) Parietal lobe
(1) ÝUVy yksc (2) isjk;Vy yksc
(3) Occipital lobe (4) Temporal lobe (3) vkWDLkhfiVy yksc (4) VsEiksjy yksc

155. Which of the following hormone stimulates the 155. o`f) gkeksZu ds foekspu dks dkSu lk gkeksZu m|hfir
release of growth hormone? djrk gSa\
(1) Thyroxine (2) Somatostatin (1) Fkk;jkfDlu (2) lksesVksLVksfVu
(3) Somatocrinin (4) Somatotropin (3) lksesVksØkbfuu (4) lksesVksVªksfiu

156. Which of the following hormone regulates 156. fuEu fyf[kr esa ls dkSulk gkeksZau T fyEQkslkbV~l ds
differentiation of T-Lymphocytes as wall as foHksnhdj.k dk fu;eu djrk gSA lkFk-lkFk izfrj{kh ds
promotes the production of antibodies? mRiknu dks c<+krk gS
(1) Melatonin (2) Thyroxine (1) feySVksfuu (2) Fkk;jkWfDlu
(3) Fkkbeksflu (4) dkfVZlksy
(3) Thymosin (4) Cortisol

157. Which one of following is correct matching? 157. fuEu esa ls dkSulk lqesfyr gS\
(1) Adenine, Guanine, Cytosine - Purine (1) ,Mhfuu] Xokuhu] lkbVkslhu&I;wjhu
(2) Scapula, Clavicle, Ilium - Pectoral girdle (2) Ldsiqyk] Dysfody] bfy;e&val es[kyk
(3) Actin, Myosin, Troponin - Muscle proteins (3) ,fDVu] ek;kslhu] Vªksiksfuu&is'kh; izksVhu
(4) Temporal, Occipital, Atlas - Skull bones (4) Vsaiksjy] vkfDlhihVy] ,Vyl&[kksiM+h dh vfLFk;k¡

158. The ‘T’ wave of normal ECG is caused by 158. lkekU; ECG dh ‘T’ rjax blds dkj.k gksrh gS&
(1) Ventricular depolarization (1) fuy;h fo/kqzo.k
(2) Ventricular repolarization
(2) fuy;h iqu%/kqzo.k
(3) Atrial depolarization
(4) Atrial repolarization
(3) vkfyUnh; fo/kqzo.k
(4) vkfyUnh; iqu%/kqzo.k

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159. Which of following group contains all 159. fuEu esa ls dkSuls lewg esa lHkh ikWfylSdsjkbM~l
polysaccharides? 'kkfey gSas\
(1) Maltose, Lactose, Fructose (1) ekYVkst] ysDVkst] ÝDVkst
(2) Sucrose, Glucose, Fructose (2) lqØkst] Xywdkst] ÝDVkst
(3) Glycogen, Cellulose, Starch
(3) Xykbdkstu] lsY;wykst] e.M
(4) Glycogen, Sucrose, Maltose
(4) Xykbdkstu] lwØkst] ekYVkst

160. The general body plan and body symmetry are 160. lkekU; 'kjhj ;kstuk rFkk 'kjhj lefefr ,d leku
similar in gksrs gS&
(1) Annelids and coelenterates (1) ,suhfyM~l rFkk lhysUVªsV~l
(2) Coelenterates and flukes (2) lhysUVsªV~l rFkk ¶ywDl
(3) Annelids and Arthropods (3) ,fufyM~l rFkk vkWFkzksiksM~l
(4) Cnidarians and echinoderms
(4) fuMksfj;Ul rFkk bdkbuksMeZ

161. The most distinctive feature of echinoderm is 161. ty laogu ra=k dh mifLFkfr bdkbuksMesZVk dh lcls
the presence of water vascular system which fof'k"V y{k.k gS tsk lgk;d gS&
helps in
(1) izpyu esa
(1) Locomotion
(2) 'olu esa
(2) Respiration
(3) Hkkstu idMuk rFkk LFkkukUrfjr djuk
(3) Capture and transport of food
(4) All of these (4) ;s lHkh

162. In chordates central nervous system is 162. dkWMsZV~l esa dsUnzh; raf=kdk ra=k (C.N.S) gksrk gS&
(1) Dorsal, solid and single (1) i`"Bh;] Bksl ,oa ,dgjk
(2) Dorsal, hollow and double (2) i`"Bh;] [kks[kyk ,oa nksgjk
(3) Dorsal, hollow and single (3) i`"Bh;] [kks[kyk ,oa ,dgjk
(4) Double, solid and ventral (4) nksgjk] Bksl ,oa v/kjh;

163. Match the column A with column B and choose 163. LrEHk A ls LrEHk B dk feyku djsa vkSj lgh fodYi
the correct option pqus&
Column A Column B LrEHk A LrEHk B
A. Porifera i. Canal system A. iksjhQsjk i. dSuky iz.kkyh
B. Aschelminthes ii. Water-vascular system B. ,sLDysesfUFkt ii. ty laogu ra=k
C. Annelida iii. Muscular Pharynx C. ,sfufyMk iii. is'kh; xzluh
D. Arthropoda iv. Jointed appendages D. vkFkzksiksMk iv. la;qDr mikax
E. Echinodermata v. Metameres E. bdkbuksMesZVk v. esVkfe;lZ
(1) A-ii, B-iii, C-v, D-iv, E-i (1) A-ii, B-iii, C-v, D-iv, E-i
(2) A-ii, B-v, C-iii, D-iv, E-i
(2) A-ii, B-v, C-iii, D-iv, E-i
(3) A-i, B-iii, C-v, D-iv, E-ii
(3) A-i, B-iii, C-v, D-iv, E-ii (4) A-i, B-v, C-iii, D-iv, E-ii
(4) A-i, B-v, C-iii, D-iv, E-ii

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164. Which of the following group of 164. lajpukvksa@vaxks dk fuEu es ls dkSulk lewg leku
structures/organs have similar functions? dk;Z j[krk gSA
(1) Radula of Pila and tube feet of star fish (1) ikbyk dk jsMwyk ,oa rkjk eNyh dk ukyikn
(2) Antenna of insects and nephridia of (2) dhVks dh Jafxdk ,oa dspq,sa dk usfÝfM;k
earthworm (o`Ddd)
(3) Typhlosole of earthworm and contractile (3) dsapq, dk fV¶ykslksy ,oa vehck dh ladqpu'khy
vacuole of amoeba /kkuh
(4) Malpighian tubule of insects and proboscis (4) dhVks dh esYih?kh ufydk ,oa gsehdkMsZV~l dh
gland of hemichordates. izkscksfll xzafFk

165. Here are given two lists, one contain type of 165. ;gk¡ nks lwfp;k¡ nh x;h gS ,d esa midyk ÅÙkd dk
epithelial tissue and other contain list of izdkj gS rFkk nwljh esa Ård dh fLFkfr;k¡ gSa tgk¡ ;s
locations, where they are found. Select the ik;s tkrs gSA lqesy dk p;u djsa
correct match
A- 'kYdh midyk (i) Qsyksih ufydk
A- Squamous epithelia (i) Fallopian tube
B- ?kukdkj midyk (ii) jDr okfgfu;ksa dh
B- Cuboidal epithelia (ii) wall of blood
fHkfÙk
vessels
C- Columnar epithelia (iii) lining of stomach C- LRkEHkdkj midyk (iii) vkek'k; dk vLrj
D- Ciliated epithelia (iv) tubular parts of D- i{ekHkh midyk (iv) o`Ddd ds
nephron ufydkdkj Hkkx
(1) A- iii, B-ii, C-iv D-i (1) A- iii, B-ii, C-iv D-i
(2) A- i, B-iii, C-ii D-iv (2) A- i, B-iii, C-ii D-iv
(3) A- ii, B-iv, C-iii D-i (3) A- ii, B-iv, C-iii D-i
(4) A- ii, B-iii, C-iv D-i (4) A- ii, B-iii, C-iv D-i

166. Cell junctions to keep the muscles together are 166. isf'k;ksa dks lkFk lkFk j[kus ds fy, dksf'kdk laf/k;k¡
found in fduesa ik;h tkrh gSA
(1) Smooth muscles and skeletal muscle
(1) fpduh isf'k;k¡ ,oa dadky is'kh
(2) Cardiac muscle and skeletal muscle
(3) Smooth muscle and cardiac muscle (2) ân;h is'kh ,oa dadky is'kh
(4) Smooth muscle, skeletal muscle and (3) fpduh is'kh ,oa ân;h is'kh
cardiac muscle (4) fpduh is'kh] dadky is'kh ,oa ân;h is'kh

167. How many types of tissue are present in our 167. gekjs ân; es fdrus izdkj ds Ård mifLFkr gksrs gSA
heart (1) ,d
(1) One
(2) nks
(2) Two
(3) rhu
(3) Three
(4) Four (4) pkj

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168. Given diagram is of -----A------ cockroach, which 168. fn;k x;k fp=k-----A------ frypV~Vs dk gS tks------B---
is evident due to ------B---- and -----C-----. - rFkk -----C----- ds dkj.k Li"V gksrk gSA

(1) A- male, B- presence of anal style, (1) A-uj, B-xqnk ywe dh mifLFkfr, C- ehtksFkksjsfld
C-metathoracic wings wider than
ia[kksa dh vis{kk vf/kd pksMsa esVkFkksjsfld ia[k
mesothoracic wing
(2) A- uj, B- xqnkywe dh vuqifLFkfr, C- mnj dh
(2) A-male , B- absence of anal cerci,
C- wings shorter than abdomen vis{kk ia[k NksVs
(3) A-female, B- absence of anal style (3) A –eknk, B- iqPN 'kwd dh vuqifLFkfr C- mnj
C- wings shorter than abdomen dh vis{kk ia[k NksVs
(4) A- female, B- absence of anal cerci, C- Last (4) A- eknk, B- xqnkywe dh vuqifLFkfr, C- mnj dk
segment of abdomen is bifid.
vafre [k.M f}Hkkftr gksrk gSA

169. Primary structure of protein is due to 169. izksVhu dh izkFkfed lajpuk dk dkj.k gS&
(1) hydrogen bonds (2) peptide bonds (1) gkbMªkstu ca/k (2) isIVkbM ca/k
(3 – S – S linkages (4) ionic bonds (3) – S – S ca/k (4) vk;fud ca/k

170. If the prosthetic group/ non protein part of a 170. ;fn ,d la;qfXer ,Utkbe ¼gksyks,Utkbe½ ds izksLFksfVd
conjugate enzyme (holoenzyme) is removed lewg@xSj izksVhu Hkkx dks gVk fn;k tk, rks&
then
(1) ,Utkbe fuf"Ø; gks tkrk gS
(1) enzyme becomes inactive
(2) activity of enzyme decreases
(2) ,Utkbe dh lfØ;rk ?kV tkrh gS
(3) KM constant increases (3) KM fLFkjkad c<+ tkrk gS
(4) enzyme starts inhibiting the reaction (4) ,Utkbe] fØ;k dks vo:) djuk izkjEHk dj nsrk gS

171. What happens when the pancreatic duct of a 171. ,d iz;ksx ds :i esa tc fdlh Lruh dh vXU;k'k;h
certain mammal is temporarily ligated for an ufydk dks vLFkk;h :i ls cka/k fn;k tkrk gS rks D;k
experiment? Note that carbohydrate and other
?kfVr gksrk gS\ /;ku jgs fd [kqjkd esa dkcksZgkbMªsV
nutrients in the diet are in proper amounts and
ligation of the pancreatic duct is not critical for vU; iks"kd i;kZIr ek=kk esa gSa rFkk vXU;k'k;h ufydk
survival of the animal. The amount of dk ca/ku tarq dh mÙkjthfork ds fy, ladViw.kZ ugha
carbohydrate: gSA dkcksZgkbMªsV dh ek=kk
(1) unchanged in feces, decreases in urine.
(1) ey esa vifjofrZr jgrh gS] ew=k esa ?kV tkrh gS
(2) increases in feces, does not change in
urine. (2) ey esa c<+ tkrh gS] ew=k esa vifjofrZr jgrh gS
(3) decreases in feces, increases in urine. (3) ey esa ?kV tkrh gS] ew=k esa c<+ tkrh gS
(4) increases both in feces and urine. (4) ey rFkk ;wfju nksuksa esa c<+ tkrh gS

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172. Liver does not synthesize 172. ;d`r fdldks la'ysf"kr ugha djrk gS \
(1) albumin (2) prothrombin (1) ,Ycqfeu (2) izksFkzksfEcu
(3) fibrinogen (4) gamma globulins
(3) Qkbfczukstu (4) xkek XykscqfyUl

173. Examination of blood of a person suspected of 173. ,d O;fDr ds jDr ds ijh{k.k esa jDrkYirk gksus dk
having anemia, shows larger, immature, lansg gqvk] tks gheksXyksfcu jfgr cM+h] vifjiDo]
nucleated erythrocytes without hemoglobin. dsUnzd ;qDr bfjFkzkslkbV~l n'kkZrk gSA mldh [kqjkd esa
Supplementing his diet with which of the fuEu esa ls fdldh vkiwfrZ mlds y{k.kksa dks de dj
following is likely to alleviate his symptoms? ldrh gS?
(1) RibofIavin (1) jkbcks¶ysfou
(2) Iron compounds (2) vk;ju ;kSfXkd
(3) Thiamine (3) Fkk;ehu
(4) Folic acid and cyanocobalamine (4) Qksfyd vEy ,oa lk;uksdksckysehu

174. Secretin 174. lhØsfVu


(1) Stimulates enzyme secretion by Pancreas (1) vXU;k'k; ls ,Utkbe L=kko.k dks mn~nhfir djrk

inhibits acid secretion in stomach gS] vkek'k; esa vEy L=kko.k dks vo:) djrk gS]
stimulates gall bladder fiÙkk'k; dks mn~nhfir djrk gSA
(2) Stimulates bicarbonate secretion by (2) vXU;k'k; ls ckbZdkcksZusV L=kko.k dks mn~nhfir

Pancreas, inhibits acid secretion in djrk gS] vkek'k; esa vEy L=kko.k dks vo:)
stomach djrk gSA
(3) Stimulates acid secretion in stomach (3) vkek'k; esa vEy L=kko.k dks vo:) djrk gS]

potentiates action of CCK, inhibits intestinal CCK dh fØ;k dks izHkkoh cukrk gS] vka=kh; xfr

movement dks vo:) djrh gSA


(4) Stimulates gall bladder, inhibits acid (4) fiÙkk'k; dks mn~nhfir djrk gS] vkek'k; esa vEy

secretion in stomach stimulates L=kko.k dks vo:) djrk gS] vXU;k'k; ls


bicarbonate secretion by pancreas ,Utkbe L=kko.k dks mn~nhfir djrk gSA

175. During CO2 transport, HCO3 diffuses from 175. CO2 ifjogu ds nkSjku] HCO3 bfjFkzkslkbV~l ls
erythrocytes to plasma and in turn upsets the IykTek esa folfjr gks tkrk gS rFkk vk;fud lkE; dks
ionic equilibrium momentarily. In order to keep FkksM+s le; ds fy, fopfyr dj nsrk gSA vk;fud
the ionic balance, an equal number of CI– ions larqyu dks cuk, j[kus ds fy, CI– vk;uksa dh leku
into the erythrocytes from plasma. This process ek=kk IykTek ls bfjFkzkslkbV~l esa folfjr gksrh gSA ;g
is known as
izfØ;k dgykrh gSA
(1) Hamburger phenomenon
(1) gsEcxZj ?kVukfØ;k
(2) bicarbonate shift
(2) ckbdkcksZusV foLFkkiu
(3) Haldane effect
(3) gsYMsu izHkko
(4) carbo chlorosis
(4) dkcksZ Dyksjksfll

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176. After forceful inspiration the amount of air that 176. cyiwoZd vUr%'olu ds i'pkr~ ok;q dh og ek=kk] tks
can be breathed out by maximum forced vf/kdre cyiwoZd mPNolu }kjk ckgj fudkyh tk
expiration is equal to ldrh gS] og fdlds cjkcj gksrh gSA
(1) Inspiratory Reserve Volume (IRV) +
(1) vUr%'oluh; vkjf{kr vk;ru (IRV) + mPNolu
Expiratory Reserve Volume (ERV) + Tidal
vkjf{kr vk;ru (ERV) + Tojh; vk;ru (TV) +
Volume (TV) + Residual Volume (RV)
vof'k"V vk;ru (RV)
(2) IRV + RV + ERV
(2) IRV + RV + ERV
(3) IRV + TV +ERV
(3) IRV + TV +ERV
(4) TV + RV +ERV (4) TV + RV +ERV

177. Which one of the following is the correct 177. euq";ksa esa 'olu ds fy, fuEu esa ls dkSulk ,d dFku
statement for respiration in humans? lgh gS\
(1) Cigarette smoking may lead to (1) flxjsV ihus ls vka=k esa iznkg gks ldrk gSA
inflammation in intestine (2) efLr"d ds iksUl {ks=k esa fLFkr U;weksVsfDld dsUnz
(2) Neural signals from pneumotaxic centre in ds raf=kdh; ladsr fu%'olu dh vof/k dks c<+k
pons region of brain can increase the
ldrs gSaA
duration of inspiration
(3) iRFkj rksM+us ,oa filkbZ ds m|ksxksa esa dk;Z djus
(3) Workers in grinding and stone breaking
okys Qq¶Qqlh; Qkbczzksfll ls ihfM+r gks ldrs gSaA
industries may suffer form lung fibrosis
(4) yxHkx 90% dkcZuMkbZvkWDlkbM (CO2) dks
(4) About 90% of carbon dioxide (CO2) is
gheksXyksfcu }kjk dkcZ,feuks gheksXyksfcu ds :i
carried by haemoglobin as
carbanminohaemoglobin esa ys tk;k tkrk gSA

178. What percent (%) of CO2 is transported as 178. fdrus izfr'kr (%) CO2 dk ifjogu dkckZsfud
bicarbonate (HCO3) with the help of the enzyme ,UgkbMªst ,Utkbe dh lgk;rk ls ckbdkcksZusV
carbonic anhydrase? (HCO3) ds :i es gksrk gS\
(1) 70 % (2) 20–25%
(1) 70 % (2) 20–25%
(3) 97% (4) 7%
(3) 97% (4) 7%

179. Papillary muscles are located in 179. isihyjh isf'k;k¡ fdlesa fLFkr gksrh gSA
(1) dermis of mammalian skin (1) Lruh; Ropk dh peZ esa
(2) heart ventricles of man (2) euq"; ds ân;h fuy;ksa esa
(3) oribits of vertebrate eyes (3) d'ks:dh us=kksa ds d{kksa esa
(4) pylorus of vertebrate stomach (4) d'ks:dh vkek'k; ds ikbyksjl esa

180. A woman with blood type 'O" has child with 180. 'O" izdkj ds jDr okyh ,d efgyk 'O" izdkj ds jDr
blood type 'O" If she claims a friends of hers okyk ,d cPpk j[krh gSA ;fn og vius A jDr lewg
with blood group 'A' as the father of the child okys fe=k dks mlds cPps ds firk ds :i esa nkok
then the genotype of the father would be djrh gS rks firk dk thu iz:i gksxk&
(1) IOIO (2) IAIB (1) IOIO (2) IAIB
(3) IAIO (4) IBIO (3) IAIO (4) IBIO
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FULL SYLLABUS TEST (FST-2) (XI SYLLABUS)
DATE : 26-03-2017
COURSE : SAFAL (MR)
CODE - 4

Please read the instructions carefully. You are allotted 5 minutes specifically for this purpose.
Ñi;k bu funsZ'kksa dks /;ku ls i<+saA vkidks 5 feuV fo'ks"k :i ls bl dke ds fy, fn;s x;s gSaA

1. Immediately fill the particulars on this page of the Test 1.ijh{kk iqfLrdk ds bl i`"B ij vko';d fooj.k uhys@dkys ckWy
Booklet with Blue / Black Ball Point Pen. Use of pencil is IokbaV isu ls rRdky HkjsaA isfUly dk iz;ksx fcYdqy oftZr gSA
strictly prohibited.
2. The Answer Sheet is kept inside this Test Booklet. When 2. mÙkj i=k bl ijh{kk iqfLrdk ds vUnj j[kk gSA tc vkidks ijh{kk
you are directed to open the Test Booklet, take out the iqfLrdk [kksyus dks dgk tk, rks mÙkj i=k fudky dj
Answer Sheet and fill in the particulars carefully.
lko/kkuhiwoZd fooj.k HkjsaA
3. The test is of 3 hours duration. 3. ijh{kk dh vof/k 3 ?kaVs gSA
4. The Test Booklet consists of 180 questions. The maximum 4.bl ijh{kk iqfLrdk esa 180 iz'u gSA vf/kdre vad 720 gSA
marks are 720.
5. There are three parts in the question paper A, B, C 5. bl ijh{kk iqfLrdk es rhu Hkkx A, B, C gSA ftlds izR;sd Hkkx esa
consisting of Chemistry (45), Physics (45) and Biology jlk;u foKku (45)] HkkSfrd foKku (45)] ,oa tho foKku (90)
(90) questions. Each question is allotted 4 (four) marks for
correct response. iz'u gSA vkSj lHkh iz'uksa ds vad leku gSA izR;sd iz'u ds lgh
mÙkj ds fy, 4 ¼pkj½ vad fu/kkZfjr fd;s x;s gSA
6. Candidates will be awarded marks as stated above in 6. vH;kfFkZ;ksa dks izR;sd lgh mÙkj ds fy, mijksDr funsZ'ku la[;k 5
Instructions No. 5 for correct response of each question. ¼ ds funsZ'kkuqlkj ekDlZ fn;s tk,axsA izR;sd iz'u ds xyr mÙkj ds
[one fourth (–1)] marks will be deducted for indicating
incorrect response of each question. No deduction from the fy;s ¼oka Hkkx (–1) dkV fy;k tk;sxkA ;fn mÙkj iqfLrdk esa
total score will be made if no response is indicated for an fdlh iz'u dk mÙkj ugha fn;k x;k gks rks dqy izkIrkad ls dksbZ
item in the answer sheet. dVkSrh ugha fd tk;sxhA
7. There is only one correct response for each question. Filling 7.çR;sd iz'u dk dsoy ,d gh lgh mÙkj gSA ,d ls vf/kd mÙkj
up more than one response in any question will be treated nsus ij mls xyr mÙkj ekuk tk;sxk vkSj mijksDr funsZ'k 6 ds
as wrong response and marks for wrong response will be
deducted accordingly as per instructions 6 above. vuqlkj vad dkV fy;s tk;saxsA
Filling the Top-half of the ORS : vksvkj,l (ORS) ds Åijh&vk/ks fgLls dk Hkjko :
Use only Black ball point pen only for filling the ORS. ORS dks Hkjus ds fy, dsoy dkys ck¡y iSu dk mi;ksx dhft,A
Do not use Gel / Ink / Felt pen as it might smudge the
ORS.
8. Write your Roll no. in the boxes given at the top left corner of 8. ORS ds lcls Åij cka;s dksus esa fn, x, ck¡Dl esa viuk jksy
your ORS with black ball point pen. Also, darken the uEcj dkys ck¡y ikbUV ls fyf[k, rFkk laxr xksys Hkh dsoy dkys
corresponding bubbles with Black ball point pen only. Also
fill your roll no on the back side of your ORS in the space isu ls Hkfj;sA ORS ds ihNs dh rjQ Hkh viuk jksy uEcj fyf[k,
provided (if the ORS is both side printed). (;fn ORS nksuksa rjQ Nih gqbZ gSA).
9. Fill your Paper Code as mentioned on the Test Paper and 9. ORS ij viuk isij dksM fyf[k, rFkk laxr xksyksa dks dkys ck¡y
darken the corresponding bubble with Black ball point pen. isu ls dkys dhft,A
10. If student does not fill his/her roll no. and paper code 10 ;fn fo|kFkhZ viuk jksy uEcj rFkk isij dksM lgh vkSj mfpr
correctly and properly, then his/her marks will not be rjhds ugha Hkjrk gS rc mldk ifj.kke jksd fy;k tkosxkA
displayed.
11.Since it is not possible to erase and correct pen filled 11. pawfd isu ls Hkjs x, xksys feVkuk vkSj lq/kkjuk laHko ugha gS
bubble, you are advised to be extremely careful while blfy, vki lko/kkuh iwoZd vius mÙkj ds xksyksa dks HkjsaA
darken the bubble corresponding to your answer.
12.Neither try to erase / rub / scratch the option nor make the 12.fodYi dks u feVk,a@u Ldzsp djsa vkSj u gh xyr (X) fpUg dks
Cross (X) mark on the option once filled. Do not scribble, HkjsaA ORS dks dkVs u gh QkMs u gh xUnk ugha djsa rFkk dksbZ Hkh
smudge, cut, tear, or wrinkle the ORS. Do not put any stray
marks or whitener anywhere on the ORS. fu'kku ;k lQsnh ORS ij ugha yxk,aA
13.If there is any discrepancy between the written data and the 13. ;fn ORS esa fdlh izdkj dh fy[ks x, vkadMksa rFkk xksys fd, vkadMksa
bubbled data in your ORS, the bubbled data will be taken as esa fojks/kkHkkl gS rks xksys fd, vkadMksa dks gh lgh ekuk tkosxkA
final.

Name of the Candidate (ijh{kkFkhZ dk uke) : Roll Number (jksy uEcj) :

I have read all the instructions and shall I have verified all the information filled by
abide by them the candidate.
eSaus lHkh funsZ'kksa dk i<+ fy;k gS vkSj eSa mudk ijh{kkFkhZ }kjk Hkjh xbZ lkjh tkudkjh dks eSusa
vo'; ikyu d:¡xk@d:¡xhA tk¡p fy;k gSA

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Signature of the Candidate Signature of the Invigilator
ijh{kkFkhZ ds gLrk{kj ijh{kd ds gLrk{kj