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funsZ'k (1&10) % fuEu iz'uksa esa ls izR;sd iz'u esa fn,19.
fodYiksa
'kCn'TEAR' ls rhu v{kjksa ds fdrus lkFkZd 'kCnksa dks fcuk
esa ls lEcfU/r v{kj@'kCn@vkÑfr@ la[;k dks pqfu, A v{kjksa dks nksgjk, xfBr fd;k tk ldrk gS]'A'tks ls fd
1. fouk'k: vkx : : izy; : ? 'kq: gksrs gksaA
(A) Hkqdai (B) ck<+ (A) ,d (B) nks
(C) ok"i (D) vkikrdkyhu (C) rhu (D) ik¡p
2. 20 : 30 : : 110 : ?
20. ;fn + = –, – = ×, × = ÷, ÷ = + rks
(A) 123 (B) 321
(C) 312 (D) 132 40 ÷ 360 × 24 – 4 + 18 dk eku Kkr djsaA
3. 12 : 414 : : 24 : ? (A) 118 (B) 82
(A) 756 (B) 678 (C) 72 (D) 90
(C) 529 (D) 396 21. jhuk us fcanq
A ls 10 ;kMZ iwoZ
B fcanq
dh vksj ;k=kk dhA og
4. ,ukVkWeh: tarq 'kkL=k: isfM;kfVªDl
:? fiQj vius nk,a vksj eqM+dj
3 ;kMZ ;k=kk dhA iqu% og nkfgus
(A) jlk;u 'kkL=k (B) vkW"kf/ eqM+dj 14 ;kMZ ;k=kk dhA vc og vius izkjafHkd LFkku ls
(C) ;kaf=kdh (D) thokf'edh
fdruh nwjh ij gSA
5. EYES : HBCQ: : NOSE : ?
(A) PQUC (B) QRQC (A) 4 ;kMZ (B) 5 ;kMZ
(C) PQRF (D) LMVH (C) 24 ;kMZ (D) 25 ;kMZ
6. TZW : 80 : : QYS : ? 22. 55 deZpkfj;ksa ds fdlh dk;kZy; esa iq:"kksa dh la[;k efgykvks
(A) 560 (B) 138
(C) 160 (D) 158
dh la[;k ls 15 vf/d gSA dk;kZy; esa fdrus iq:"k dk;Zjr gSaA
(A) 30 (B) 20
7. ukWflf[k;k: f'k"; : : vxznwr:?
(C) 40 (D) 35
(A) pksj (B) lans'kokgd
funsZ'k%
iz'u la[;k 23 rFkk24 esa dFku ds vkxs fu"d"kZ
I vkSj
(C) yqVsjk (D) ikdsVeku
II fn, x, gSaA vkidks dFkuksa dks lR; ekudj fopkj djuk
8. AN : BO : : LY : ?
(A) MN (B) JW gS pkgs os lkekU;r% Kkr rF;ksa ls fHkUu izrhr gksrs gksaA vki
(C) MZ (D) IL fu.kZ; djuk gS fd fn, x, fu"d"kksZa esa dkSu lk fu"d"kZ fuf'pr
9. 400 : 30 : : 484 : ? :i dFku ds vk/kj ij fudkyk tk ldrk gSA viuk mÙkj
(A) 33 (B) 38
(C) 42 (D) 34 fufnZ"V djsaA
10. vacj : ihyk: : dSjkekbu :? 23. dFku %lHkh oSKkfud ew[kZ gSA
(A) uhyk (B) yky lHkh ew[kZ f'kf{kr gSA
(C) cSxuh (D) gjk fu"d"kZ
(A) lHkh oSKkfud f'kf{kr gSA
funsZ'k (11&18)% fn;s x, fodYiksa esa ls fo"ke 'kCn@v{kjksa@
la[;k dks pqfu, A (B) lHkh f'kf{kr oSKkfud gSA
11. (A) AZ (B) JQ (C) dksbZ oSKkfud f'kf{kr ugha gSA
(C) GS (D) DW
(D) (A) vkSj(B) nksuksas lR; gSA
12. (A) sraepg (B) elppa
(C) eqnaro (D) ginreg 24. dFku %dksbZ lsc larjk ugha gSA
13. (A) 325 (B) 549 lHkh dsys larjs gSA
(C) 425 (D) 189 fu"d"kZ
14. (A) eafnj (B) fxjtk?kj
(A) dqN lsc larjs gSA
(C) eB (D) tfLtn
(B) lHkh lsc larjs gSA
15. (A) vaxwj (B) rjcwt
(C) dksbZ larjk dsyk ugha gSA
(C) ukjaxh (D) dsyk
16. (A) 15-105 (B) 16-112 (D) buesa ls dksbZ ughaA
(C) 18-126 (D) 17-102 25. fn, x, fodYiksa esa ls ml 'kCn dk p;u djsa tks fn, x,
17. (A) RIDFAY (B) ANUJYAR 'kCn ds v{kjksa dk iz;ksx djds cuk;k tk ldrk gSA
(C) CHMAR (D) RETESEMPB INSTANTANEOUS
18. (A) dqÙkk (B) fcYyh (A) ANNOUNCE (B) ANXIOUS
(C) ?kksM+k (D) tscjk (C) ANTENA (D) ANAESTHETIC
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Part - I (General Intelligence)


Directions (1–10) : In each of the following 19. How many three letters meaningful words
questions, select the related letter/word/ can be formed from the word 'TEAR'
figure/ number from the given alternatives. beginning with 'A' without repeating any
1. Annihilation : Fire : : Cataclysm : ? letter within that word.
(A) Earthquake (B) Flood (A) One (B) Two
(C) Steam (D) Emergency (C) Three (D) Five
2. 20 : 30 : : 110 : ? 20. If + = –, – = ×, × = ÷, ÷ = +, then find the value of
(A) 123 (B) 321 40 ÷ 360 × 24 – 4 + 18
(C) 312 (D) 132 (A) 118 (B) 82
3. 12 : 414 : : 24 : ? (C) 72 (D) 90
(A) 756 (B) 678
21. Reena travelled from point A to a distance
(C) 529 (D) 396
of 10 yards east at point B. She then turned
4. Anatomy : Zoology : Paediatrics : ?
right and walked 3 yards. Again she turned
(A) Chemistry (B) Medicine
right and walked 14 yards. How for is she
(C) Mechanics (D) Palaeontology
from starting point.
5. EYES : HBCQ: : NOSE : ?
(A) PQUC (B) QRQC (A) 4 yards (B) 5 yards
(C) PQRF (D) LMVH (C) 24 yards (D) 25 yards
6. TZW : 80 : : QYS : ? 22. In an office having 55 employees number
(A) 560 (B) 138 of men are 15 less than that of women. How
(C) 160 (D) 158 many men are working in that office
7. Novice : Learner : : Harbinger : ? (A) 30 (B) 20
(A) Thief (B) Messenser (C) 40 (D) 35
(C) Robber (D) Pickpocket Directions: In question no. 23 & 24, a statement
8. AN : BO : : LY : ? is given followed by conclusions I and II. You
(A) MN (B) JW have to consider the statements to be true
(C) MZ (D) IL even if they seen to be at variance from
9. 400 : 30 : : 484 : ? commonly known facts. You are to decide which
(A) 33 (B) 38 of the given conclusion, if any, follow from the
(C) 42 (D) 34 given statement.
10. Amber : Yellow : : Caramine : ? 23. Statements : All scientists are fools.
(A) Blue (B) Red
All fools are literates.
(C) Violet (D) Green
Conclusions:
Directions (11–18) : Find the odd number/
letters/ number from the given alternatives. (A) All scientists are literates.
11. (A) AZ (B) JQ (B) All literates are scientists.
(C) GS (D) DW (C) No scientist are literates.
12. (A) sraepg (B) elppa (D) Both (A) and (B) are correct.
(C) eqnaro (D) ginreg 24. Statements : No apple is orange.
13. (A) 325 (B) 549 All bananas are oranges.
(C) 425 (D) 189
Conclusions:
14. (A) Temple (B) Church
(C) Monastery (D) Mosque (A) Some apples are oranges.
15. (A) Grapes (B) Water-melon (B) All apples are oranges.
(C) Orange (D) Banana (C) No apple is banana.
16. (A) 15-105 (B) 16-112 (D) None of the above.
(C) 18-126 (D) 17-102 25. Select the word which can be formed using
17. (A) RIDFAY (B) ANUJYAR the letters given in the word.
(C) CHMAR (D) RETESEMPB INSTANTANEOUS
18. (A) Dog (B) Cat (A) ANNOUNCE (B) ANXIOUS
(C) Horse (D) Zebra (C) ANTENA (D) ANAESTHETIC

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26. fn, x, O;atdksa esa ls dkSu lk O;atd lR; ugha gS]
37. ;fnvaxzth o.kZekyk dh J`a[kyk esa 13
ck,a
osavksj
v{kjls ds nka,
O;atdZ > Y > W < V iq.kZr% lR; gSA lkrok¡ v{kj dkSu lk gksrk gSA
(A) V > Y (B) W < Z (A) S (B) T
(C) Z > V (D) Y > V (C) V (D) U
27. dsUnz dh vksj eq[k j[kdj N% fe=k ,d o`r vkdkj esa cSBs,dgSA
38. canj fdlh [kEHks ij izR;sd ?kaVsa ds30vkjaHk
fiQV esa
B, D rFkk
E ds eè; esa gSA
D, A rFkk B ds eè; esa gSA
E, p<+rk gSA20 vkSj
iQhV fiQlyus ds ckn dqN nsj vkjke djds
C rFkkB ds eè; esa gSA
C dk LFkku D;k ? gS og iqu% vxys ?kaVs ds vkjaHk esa [kaHks ij p<+uk izkjaH
(A) A rFkkE ds eè; esaA gSA ;fn viuh p<+kbZ og izkr%
8:00 cts izkjaHk djs rks fdrus
(B) F rFkk
E ds eè; esaA le; ij og tehu ls 120 eh- dh mQ¡pkbZ ij fLFkr >aMs dks
(C) F rFkkD ds eè; esaA Li'kZ djsxkA
(D) D rFkkE ds eè; esaA (A) 4 pm (B) 5 pm
28. ;fn FADE = 1456, rksHDBG = ? (C) 6 pm (D) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
(A) 2478 (B) 2469 39. mÙkj vkÑfr esa ls dkSu lh vkÑfr iz'u vkÑfr dks iwjk
(C) 4287 (D) 2748
djsxh?
29. A, B rFkk C dk iq=k gSA
B dh cgu dk ,d iq=kD rFkk iq=kh
iz'u vkd`fr %
E gSA
F, D dk ekek gSAE, F ls fdl izdkj ls lacaf/r gSA
(A) cgu (B) csVh
(C) Hkrhth@ Hkkath(D) ifRu ?
funsZ'k
(30-32): dkSu lh la[;k nh xb J`a[kyk dks iwjk djsxh
?
30. 2, 8, 26, ? , 242
(A) 75 (B) 72
(C) 82 (D) 80
mÙkj vkd`fr;k¡ %
31. Y, Z, B, A , ? , D, C, W
(A) X (B) U
(C) V (D) F
32. 9, 31, 73, __,241
(A) 141 (B) 124
(C) 198 (D) 138 (A) (B) (C) (D)
33. fn, x, la[;kvkasa ds leqPp; esa ls ml leqPp; dk p;u
djsa] tks leku leqPp; dk vuqlj.k djrk gSA 40. ;fn 'hapllesh' dk eryc 'cloudburst', 'Srenchoch'
fn;k x;k leqPp;: (6, 19, 40) dk eryc 'pinball', 'resbosrench' dk eryc
(A) 4, 16, 40 (B) 8, 22, 45 'ninepin', rks fdl 'kCn dk reyc 'cloudnine' gks
(C) 9, 28, 58 (D) 7, 18, 40 ldrk gSA
34. ;fn 13 × 75 = 5731 (A) lesnsrench (B) ochhapl
27 × 34 = 4372 (C) haploch (D) haplresbo
15 × 42 = 2451
41. uhps nh xbZ vkÑfr esa oxksZa dh fdruh gSA
rks, 16 × 36 = ?
(A) 1636 (B) 576
(C) 6361 (D) 3616
35. fuEufyf[kr 'kCnksa dks vaxzsth 'kCndks'k ds vuqlkj Øe esa
j[kus ij dkSu lk 'kCn eè; esa vk,xkA
Entry, Efflorescent, Entreat, Every, Ensure (A) 11 (B) 12
(A) Entreat (B) Every (C) 11 ls de (D) 12 ls T;knk
(C) Ensure (D) None of these 42. ;fn 2345 = 7
36. fuEufyf[kr J`a[kyk esa ,sls9 fdrus
gS ftlds fcydqy igys 1453 = 7
6 vkrk gks ijUrq rqjar
3 ckn
ugh vkrk gSA 2742 = 9
693769639646947666936769296 rks]9218 = ?
(A) 2 (B) 3 (A) 5 (B) 6
(C) 4 (D) 5 (C) 7 (D) 8
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26. Which of the following expression is not 37. In an english alphabet series, which letter
correct, if the expression Z > Y > W < V is is 7th to the right of 13th letter from the
definitely correct ? left.
(A) V > Y (B) W < Z (A) S (B) T
(C) Z > V (D) Y > V
(C) V (D) U
27. Six friends are sitting in a circle all facing
the centre. B is in between D and E. D is in 38. A monkey climbs 30 feet at the beginning
between A and B. E is in between C and B. of each hour and rests for a while when he
What is the position of C ? slips back 20 feet before he again starts
(A) Between A and E climbing in the beginning of the next hour.
(B) Between F and E If he begins his climbing at 8:00 am, at what
(C) Between F and D time will he first touch a flag at 120 feet
(D) Between D and E from the ground ?
28. If FADE = 1456, then HDBG = ? (A) 4 pm (B) 5 pm
(A) 2478 (B) 2469
(C) 6 pm (D) none of these
(C) 4287 (D) 2748
29. A is the son of B and C. B's sister has a son 39. Idenfify the figure that completes the
D and daughter E. F is the maternal uncle pattern of the question figure.
of D. How is E related to F. Question figure:
(A) Sister (B) Daughter
(C) Niece (D) Wife
Directions (30-32): Which number will ?
complete the given series ?
30. 2, 8, 26, ? , 242
(A) 75 (B) 72
(C) 82 (D) 80
31. Y, Z, B, A , ? , D, C, W Answer figures:
(A) X (B) U
(C) V (D) F
32. 9, 31, 73, __,241
(A) 141 (B) 124
(C) 198 (D) 138
33. Find out a set of numbers amongst the four (A) (B) (C) (D)
sets of numbers given in the alternatives
which is most like the set given in the 40. If 'hapllesh' mean 'cloudburst', 'Srenchoch'
question. means 'pinball', 'resbosrench' means
Given set: (6, 19, 40) 'ninepin'. Then which word could mean
(A) 4, 16, 40 (B) 8, 22, 45 'cloudnine'
(C) 9, 28, 58 (D) 7, 18, 40
(A) lesnsrench (B) ochhapl
34. If 13 × 75 = 5731
27 × 34 = 4372 (C) haploch (D) haplresbo
15 × 42 = 2451 41. How many squares are there in the figure
then 16 × 36 = ? given below ?
(A) 1636 (B) 576
(C) 6361 (D) 3616
35. Which of the following word will come in
middle when arranged according to
dictionary pattern ?
Entry, Efflorescent, Entreat, Every, Ensure (A) 11 (B) 12
(A) Entreat (B) Every
(C) less than 11 (D) more than 12
(C) Ensure (D) None of these
36. How many 9's are there in the following 42. If 2345 = 7
sequence which are preceded by 6 but not 1453 = 7
immediately followed by 3 ? 2742 = 9
693769639646947666936769296 then 9218 = ?
(A) 2 (B) 3 (A) 5 (B) 6
(C) 4 (D) 5 (C) 7 (D) 8
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funsZ'k
(43-44): fuEu osu vkjs[kksa esa ls dkSu&lk osu vkjs[k
49.
lgh lEca/ fu:fir djrk gS ? 12 8 12
43. ydM+h] iQuhZpj] dqlhZ
6 48 4 5 40 4 9 ? 6
8 6 5

(A) 108 (B) 114


(A) (B) (C) (D) (C) 72 (D) 86
50. ,d 'kCn osQoy ,d la[;k&lewg }kjk n'kkZ;k x;k gS] tSlk
44. ?kaVk] feuV] lsds.M fd fodYiksa esa ls fdlh ,d esa fn;k x;k gSA fodYiksa esa fn,
x, la[;k&lewg v{kjksa ds nks oxks± }kjk n'kkZ, x, gSa] tSlk
uhps fn, x, nks vkO;wg esa gSA I dsvkO;wg&
LraHk vkSj iafDr
dh la[;k 0 ls 4 nh xbZ gS vkSj vkO;wg&
II dh 5 ls 9A bu
(A) (B) (C) (D) vkO;wgksa ls ,d v{kj dks igys mldh iafDr vkSj ckn esa LraH
la[;k }kjk n'kkZ;k tk ldrk gSA mnkgj.k ‘D’dsdks
fy,03,
45. ;fn ,d niZ.k dksMN js[kk ij j[kk tk, rks nh xbZ mÙkj 10 vkfn }kjk n'kkZ;k tk ldrk gS ‘J’rFkk
dks56, 65 vkfn
vkd`fr;ksa esa ls dkSu&lh mÙkj vkÑfr iz'u vkd`fr dh lgh
}kjk n'kkZ;k tk ldrk gSA blh rjg ls] vkidks 'kCn
‘DALDA’
izfrfcEc gksxh
?
ds fy, la[;k lewg dks igpkuuk gSA
GOOD LUCK
M
vkO;wg-I vkO;wg -II
N 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
(A) (B) 0 A B C D E 5 J K L M N
(C) (D) 1 D B A E C 6 L M J K N
46. fn, x, J`a[kyk esa vxys inksa dks Kkr dhft,A 2 C A D B E 7 N J L K M
bdeacdbeacbdea _ _ _ _
3 B D E C A 8 M L N K J
(A) bdce (B) cdbe
4 E B C A D 9 K N M J L
(C) beac (D) cdeb
funsZ'k% iz'u la[;k
47 ls 49 esa] fn, x, fodYiksa esa ls yqIr
(A) 03, 21, 77, 33, 43
la[;k Kkr dhft,A
(B) 22, 43, 86, 22, 43
47. (C) 44, 34, 55, 03, 22
3 6 4 8
4 3 12 9 (D) 10, 43, 76, 22, 34
8 16 6 12
24 ? 8 7
(A) 21 (B) 23
(C) 17 (D) 19
48.
3
6930 6
? 18
90

(A) 630 (B) 720


(C) 990 (D) 1080

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Directions (43-44): In the venn diagrams, which
49.
venn diagram represent correct relationship.
12 8 12
43. Wood, Furniture, Chair
6 48 4 5 40 4 9 ? 6
8 6 5

(A) 108 (B) 114


(A) (B) (C) (D) (C) 72 (D) 86
44. Hour, Minute, Second 50. A word is represented by only one set of
numbers as given in any one of the
alternatives. The sets of numbers given in
the alternatives are represented by two
classes of letters as in two matrices given
below. The columns and rows of Matrix-I are
(A) (B) (C) (D) numbered from 0 to 4 and that of Matrix-II
45. If a mirror is placed on the line MN, then are numbered from 5 to 9. A letter from
which of the answer figures is the right these matrices can be represented first by
image of the question figure ? its row and next by its column. E.g., ‘D’ can
M represented by 03, 10 etc., and ‘J’ can be
GOOD LUCK represented by 56, 65 etc. Similarly, you
N have to identify the set for the word 'DALDA'
(A) (B) Matrix-I Matrix-II
(C) (D)
46. Find the next term in series 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
bdeacdbeacbdea _ _ _ _ 0 A B C D E 5 J K L M N
(A) bdce (B) cdbe 1 D B A E C 6 L M J K N
(C) beac (D) cdeb
2 C A D B E 7 N J L K M
Direction (47-49) : Find the missing number
from the given responses. 3 B D E C A 8 M L N K J
4 E B C A D 9 K N M J L
47.
3 6 4 8
4 3 12 9 (A) 03, 21, 77, 33, 43
8 16 6 12 (B) 22, 43, 86, 22, 43
24 ? 8 7 (C) 44, 34, 55, 03, 22
(D) 10, 43, 76, 22, 34
(A) 21 (B) 23
(C) 17 (D) 19
48.
3
6930 6
? 18
90

(A) 630 (B) 720


(C) 990 (D) 1080

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Hkkx II
&(ek=kkRed vfHk{kerk
)
3 3 995
51. vkSj ds chp dk ,d ifjes; la[;k Kkr djsa? 58. 999 × 999 dk eku Kkr djsaA
4 8 999
12 7 (A) 999824 (B) 998995
(A) (B) (C) 990809 (D) 9989999
7 3
 1 
(C)
16
(D)
9 59. ;fn x = 1 + 2 + 3 , rks x  x – 1  dk eku Kkr
9 16  
djsa?
52. 2, 3
3, 4
4 esa lcls cM+h la[;k Kkr djsaA
(A) 1 + 2 3 (B) 2 + 3
(A) 2 (B) 3
3
(C) 3 + 2 (D) 2 3 –1
(C) 4
4 (D) lHkh cjkcj gSaA
nks fe=k f}?kkrh; lehdj.k gy dj jgs FksA ,d fe=k us fLFkj
60.
53. A, B o C us viuh iw¡th dks
2 : 3 : 5 ds vuqikr esa fuos'k
Js.kh esa xyrh dj nh vkSj mls ewy10 Øe'k%
vkSj18 izkIr
fd;kA o"kZ ds vUr5esa: 3os
: 12 ds vuqikr esa ykHk izkIr
gq,A nwljs fe=k x dsusxq.kkad esa xyrh dj nh vkSj mls ewy
djrs gSA ml le; dk vuqikr Kkr djsa] ftlds fy, os
Øe'k%8 vkSj24 izkIr gq,] rks lgh ewy Kkr djsaA
viuh iw¡th fuos'k fd;s? Fks
(A) – 16 vkSj – 12 (B) 16 vkSj12
(A) 10 : 25 : 24 (B) 10 : 25 : 24
(C) 25 : 10 : 20 (D) 25 : 10 : 24 (C) 16 vkSj –12 (D) – 16 vkSj12
54. nks
dsú Mhú dSEil esa efgyk deZpkjh iq#"k deZpkfj;ksa dh 90»
61. o`Rr] ftudk dsUnz
A o B gS mudh f=kT;k,a Øe'k%
5 lseh
gSaA iq#"k deZpkjh efgyk deZpkfj;ksa ds fdrus izfr'krrFkk3 \lseh gS ,d&nwljs dks vUr% Li'kZ djrs gSaA ;fn [kaM
gS
(A) 111% (B) 108% AB ds yEc lef}HkktdA dsUnz okys o`Rr dksPØe'k%
1 1 rFkkQ ls feyrk gS] rks PQ dh yackbZ Kkr djsaA
(C) 111 % (D) 108 %
9 9 (A) 2 6 lseh- (B) 4 6 lseh-

 2  (C) 6 lseh- (D) 8 lseh-


2 54 – 6 – 96  cjkcj gS&
55.
 3  62. ,d pquko esa 10% yksx er Mkyus ugha x;s rFkk
20% er
(A) 0 (B) 1 voS/ ik;s x;sA ,d mEehnokj dks dqy erksa
40% dk
er
(C) 2 (D)
feyk rFkk og 3600 erksa ls pquko thr x;kA ernkrk lwph
6
esa dqy ernkrk dh la[;k Kkr?djsa
56. ,d leckgq f=kHkqt ds varHkkZx esa fLFkr fdlh fcanq ls(A)
f=kHkqt
45000 (B) 43000
dh Hkqtkvksa ij Mkys x;s yEcksa dh Øeokj
P1, PyEckba;k
2
, (C) 36000 (D) 47000
rFkkP3 gSaA f=kHkqt dh izR;sd Hkqtk dh yEckbZ
? Kkr djsa
a2 b2 c2
1 63. ;fn a + b + c = 0 gks] rks + + dk eku
bc ca ab
(A) (P1 + P2 + P3)
3 Kkr djsa?
2 (A) 2 (B) 3
(B) (P1 + P2 + P3) (C) 4 (D) 0
3
64. ( 1 + cot  – cosec  ) (1+ tan  – sec  ) dk
(C)
4
(P1 + P2 + P3) eku Kkr djsa?
3 (A) 1 (B) 2
(D) buesa ls dksbZ ughaA (C) 0 (D) – 1
65. Vadh dh isanh dk ,d Nsn Hkjh gqbZ 8 ?kaVs
Vadh dks
esa [kkyh
x a2 x 2 – y2
57. ;fn y = a – 2 , rks x 2  y 2 dk eku Kkr djsa
? dj ldrk gSA ,d Hkjus okyk uy ,d feuV6esa
yhVj dh
nj ls ikuh Hkjrktc
gSA
Vadh Hkjh gqbZ gks rks Hkjus okyk uy
4a 4 [kksy fn;k x;k rFkk Nsn ds dkj.k
12Vadh
?kaVksa esa [kkyh gks
(A) (B) 2
a2 – 4 a tkrh gSA Vadh dh /kfjrk Kkr djsaaasA
8a 4a (A) 8290 yhVj (B) 8460 yhVj
(C) (D) (C) 8640 yhVj (D) 8920 yhVj
a2  4 a2  4

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Part - II (Quantitative Aptitude)


3 3 995
51. Find a rational number between and ? 58. Find the value of 999 × 999
4 8 999
12 7 (A) 999824 (B) 998995
(A) (B) (C) 990809 (D) 9989999
7 3
59. If x = 1 + 2 + 3 , then find the value of
16 9
(C) (D) 1 
9 16 
x   ?
52. Find the largest number among 2, 3
3,  x – 1
4
4 ? (A) 1 + 2 3 (B) 2 + 3
(A) 2 (B) 3
3 (C) 3 + 2 (D) 2 3 – 1
60. Two friends attempted to solve a quadratic
(C) 4 4 (D) All are equal
equation. One friend made a mistake in
53. A, B and C invested their capitals in the writing down t he constant term. He
ratio of 2 : 3 : 5. At the end of year, they obtained the roots as 10 and 18 respectively.
received the profit in the ratio of 5 : 3 : 12. Other friend made a mistake in writing
Find the ratio of the time at which they down the coefficient of x. He obtained the
contributed their capitals ? roots as 8 and 24 respectively. Find the
(A) 10 : 25 : 24 (B) 10 : 25 : 24 correct roots ?
(C) 25 : 10 : 20 (D) 25 : 10 : 24 (A) – 16 and – 12 (B) 16 and 12
54. In K D campus female employees are 90% (C) 16 and –12 (D) – 16 and 12
of male employees. What is male employees 61. Two circle with centre A and B and radii 5
as a percentage of female employees ? cm and 3 cm respectively touch each other
(A) 111% (B) 108% internally. If the perpendicular bisector
1 1 segment AB meets the circle which centre
(C) 111 % (D) 108 % A, on P and Q respectively, find the length
9 9
of PQ ?
 2 
55. 2 54 – 6 – 96  is equal to - (A) 2 6 cm (B) 4 6 cm
 3  (C) 6 cm (D) 8 cm
(A) 0 (B) 1 62. In an election 10% of total voters didn't cast
(C) 2 (D) 6 their votes and 20% votes were found
56. The lengths of the perpendiculars drawn invalid. A candidate got 40% of total votes
from any point in the interior of an and he won by 3600 votes. Find total number
equilateral triangle to the respective sides of voters in voter list ?
are P1, P2, and P3. Find the length of each (A) 45000 (B) 43000
side of the triangle ? (C) 36000 (D) 47000
63. If a + b + c = 0, then find the value of
1
(A) (P1 + P2 + P3) a2 b2 c2
3 + + ?
bc ca ab
2
(B) (P1 + P2 + P3) (A) 2 (B) 3
3 (C) 4 (D) 0
4 64. Find the value of
(C) (P1 + P2 + P3) (1 + cot  – cosec  ) (1+ tan  – sec  ) ?
3
(A) 1 (B) 2
(D) None of these
(C) 0 (D) – 1
x a2 x 2 – y2 65. A leak in the bottom of a tank can empty
57. If y = , then find the value of 2 ? the full tank in 8 hours. An inlet pipe fills
a–2 x  y2
water at the rate of 6 litres in a minute.
4a 4 When the tank is full the inlet is opened
(A) (B) and due to leak, the tank is empty in 12
a2 – 4 a2
hours. Find the capacity of tank ?
8a 4a (A) 8290 l (B) 8460 l
(C) (D)
a2  4 a2  4 (C) 8640 l (D) 8920 l

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66. P rFkkQ dsUnzksa okys nks o`Rr ,d nwljs dks B rFkk
Øe'k% A, B ls 20% de dke djrk gSA ;fn A ,d dke dks
75.fcUnq
C ij izfrPNsfnr djrs gSaA
nksuksas o`Rrksa Aoij D
Øe'k%
fcanq 1
7 ?kaVs esa iwjk dj ldrk BgS]mls
rksfdrus ?k.Vs esa
bl izdkj gS fdA, C, D lajs[kh; gSaA
;fn  APB = 130º 2
rks  BQD Kkr djsa
? djsxk
?
(A) 65º (B) 130º (A) 4 ?kaVk (B) 6 ?kaVk
(C) 135º (D) 195º (C) 8 ?kaVk (D) 10 ?kaVk
m – a2 m – b2 m – c2 76. ,d nokbZ ds nqdku dk ekfyd us
`12000 dh nok ,d
67. ;fn + + = 3 gks] rks
m dk
b2  c 2 c2  a2 a 2  b2 1
eku Kkr djsa
? dEiuh ls [kjhnhA mlus
Hkkx nok
30% ds gkfu ij cspkA
3
(A) a2 + b2 – c2 (B) a2 + b2 'ks"k nokvksa dks og fdrus izfr'kr ykHk ij csps ftlls mls
(C) a2 – b2 – c2 (D) a2 + b2 + c2
u rks ykHk gks vkSj u gh gkfuA
1
68. ;fn 2 + x 3 = 2  3 , rksx dk ljyre eku Kkr 1
(A) 15 % (B) 22 %
2
djsaA (C) 20 % (D) 10 %
(A) 2 (B) 1
77. fdlh fo|ky; esa dqy Nk=kksa
70%dhyM+fd;k¡ gSaA yM+dksa
(C) – 1 (D) – 2
69. ,d ukSdk esa
15 ukfodksa dk vkSlr otu ml le;
1.6
dh la[;k510 gSA fo|ky; esa dqy Nk=kksa dh la[;k
? Kkr djsa
(A) 850 (B) 1700
fdxzk c<+ tkrk gS tc muesa
42 fdxzk
ls otu okys ,d (C) 1830 (D) 1900
ukfod ds LFkku ij nwljk O;fDr vk tkrk gSA u;s O;fDr
78. dk
,d csbZeku O;kikjh vius lkeku dks Ø;&ewY; ij cspus dk
otu Kkr djsaA nkok djrk gS ysfdu ,d fdxzk ds LFkku
920 ijxzke otu
(A) 66 fdxzk (B) 65 fdxzk dk iz;ksx djrk gSA mldk ykHk izfr'kr Kkr? djsa
(C) 43 fdxzk (D) 69 fdxzk
16 16
70. ;fn ABCD ,d oxZ gS rFkk
BCE ,d leckgq f=kHkqt gS] (A) 7 % (B) 8 %
23 23
rks DEC Kkr djsaA
(A) 15º (B) 30º 16 16
(C) 5 % (D) 3 %
(C) 25º (D) 60º 23 23
6 79. P o Q dk 5 o"kZ iwoZ vkSlr 15vk;q
FkkA orZeku esa
P, Q
71. ,d Vªsu vius lkekU; pky ds pky ls pyrs gq,10 o R dh vkSlr vk;q 20 o"kZ gSA
10 o"kZ i'pkr R dh vk;q
7
feuV nsjh ls ig¡qprh gSA ml ;k=kk dks r; djus dk lkekU; fdruh gksxh
?
le; Kkr djsaA (A) 35 o"kZ (B) 40 o"kZ
(A) 25 feuV (B) 15 feuV (C) 30 o"kZ (D) 50 o"kZ
(C) 35 feuV (D) 60 feuV 80. gf"kZrk Hkkjrh; LVsV3 cSad o"kZ esa]
ds fy,` 20,000
72. ikuh dks fLizV ds lkFk fdl vuqikr esa feykuk pkfg, fd lkof/ tek djrh gSA ;fn lk/kj.k C;kt dh nj
13% okf"kZd
fLizV dks Ø; ewY; ij cspus 20%ls dk ykHk gksA gks rFkk C;kt v¼Zokf"kZd ns; 42 gks]
efguksa
rks ds ckn og
(A) 4 : 1 (B) 1 : 5 fdruk izkIr djsxh?
(C) 1 : 4 (D) 2 : 3 (A) ` 29100 (B) ` 28100
73. p, q, r, s rFkk t ik¡p Øekxr fo"ke la[;k,a gSA mudk (C) ` 27800 (D) ` 30000
vkSlr D;k gS ? 81. 1 + 2 ÷ {1 + 2 ÷ ( 1+ 1/3)} cjkcj gS&
(A) p + 2 (B) p + 4 1 1
(C) p + 3 (D) p + 1 (A) 2 (B) 4
4 5
74. nks ladsUnzh;Co`Ùkksa
1
o C2 dk dsUnzO gSA mudh f=kT;k,a
Øe'k% 12 lseh- vkSj 3 lseh- gSA
o`RrC1 ij ,d fcanqA 4 8
(C) 1 (D) 1
5 9
ls o`RrC2 ij [khaph x;h nks Li'kZ js[kkvksa dsB Li'kZ fcanq
82. A, B o C ds osru1 : 3 : 4 ds vuqikr esa gSA ;fn muds
vkSjC gSa] rks prqHkqZt
ABOC dk {ks=kiQy Kkr djsaA
osru esa Øe'k% 5%, 10% o 15% dh o`f¼ dh tk,] rks
(A)
9 15
oxZ lseh- (B) 12 15 oxZ lseh- muds c<+s gq, osru fdl vuqikr esa gksxsaA
2 (A) 20 : 60 : 95 (B) 21 : 66 : 95
(C) 9 15 oxZ lseh-(D) 6 15 oxZ lseh- (C) 21 : 66 : 92 (D) 19 : 66 : 92

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66. Two circles with centres P and Q intersect 75. A does 20% less work than B. If A can
each other at point B and C respectively. A 1
and D are points on the circles such that complete a piece of work in 7hours, then
2
A, C, D are collinear. If  APB = 130º then in how many hours will B complete it ?
find  BQD ? (A) 4 hours (B) 6 hours
(A) 65º (B) 130º (C) 8 hours (D) 10 hours
(C) 135º (D) 195º 76. A medical store owner purchased
medicines worth `12000 from a company.
m – a2 m – b2 m – c2
67. If 2 2 + 2 2 + = 3, then find 1
b c c a a 2  b2 He sold part of the medicine at 30% loss.
the value of m ? 3
(A) a2 + b2 – c2 (B) a2 + b2 On which gain should he sell the rest of
2 2 2 the medicines so that he incurs neither
(C) a – b – c (D) a2 + b2 + c2
gain nor loss ?
1 1
68. If 2 + x 3 = , find the simplest value (A) 15 % (B) 22 %
2 3 2
of x ? (C) 20 % (D) 10 %
(A) 2 (B) 1 77. In a school 70% of the students are girls.
(C) – 1 (D) – 2 The number of boys are 510. Find the total
69. The average weight of 15 oarsmen in a boat number of student in the school ?
is increased by 1.6 Kg when one of the crew, (A) 850 (B) 1700
whose weights 42 Kg is replaced by a new (C) 1830 (D) 1900
man. Find the weight of the new man ? 78. A dishonest dealer professes to sell his goods
(A) 66 Kg (B) 65 Kg at cost price but he uses a weight of 920 g
(C) 43 Kg (D) 69 Kg for a Kg weight. Find his gain percentage ?
70. If ABCD is a square and BCE is a equilateral 16 16
(A) 7 % (B) 8 %
triangle, then find  DEC. 23 23
(A) 15º (B) 30º
16 16
(C) 25º (D) 60º (C) 5 % (D) 3 %
23 23
6 79. 5 year ago, the average age of P and Q was
71. Moving of its usual speed the train is 10
7 15 years. Present average age of P, Q and
minutes late. Find its usual time to cover R is 20 years. How old will R be after 10
the journey. years ?
(A) 25 min (B) 15 min (A) 35 years (B) 40 years
(C) 35 min (D) 60 min (C) 30 years (D) 50 years
72. In what proportion must water be mixed 80. Harshita makes a fixed deposit of ` 20,000
with spirit to gain 20% on selling it at cost in State Bank of India for a period of 3 years.
If the rate of interest be 13% simple
price ?
interest per annum charged half-yearly
(A) 4 : 1 (B) 1 : 5
then, what amount will she get after 42
(C) 1 : 4 (D) 2 : 3
months?
73. p, q, r, s and t are five consecutive odd (A) ` 29100 (B) ` 28100
numbers. What is their average ? (C) ` 27800 (D) ` 30000
(A) p + 2 (B) p + 4 81. 1 + 2 ÷ {1 + 2 ÷ ( 1+ 1/3)} is equal to
(C) p + 3 (D) p + 1
1 1
74. C1 and C2 are two concentric circles with (A) 2 (B) 4
centres O. Their radii are 12 cm and 3 cm 4 5
respectively. B and C are the point of contact 4 8
of two tangents drawn to C2 from a point A (C) 1 (D) 1
5 9
lying on the circle C1. Then find the area of 82. The salaries of A, B and C are in ratio 1 : 3 : 4.
the quadrilateral ABOC ? If the salaries are increased by 5%, 10%
and 15% respectively, then what will be the
9 15 ratio of their increased salaries.
(A) sq. cm (B) 12 15 sq. cm
2 (A) 20 : 60 : 95 (B) 21 : 66 : 95
(C) 9 15 sq. cm (D) 6 15 sq. cm (C) 21 : 66 : 92 (D) 19 : 66 : 92

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83. A o B 20 fdeh- dh nwjh ij gSaA
A] 4fdeh/?k.Vk o B 90. I o Q f=kHkqt ABC Øe'k% var% dsUnz o ifjdsUnz gSaA c<+k
6 fdeh-/?k.Vk dh pky ls py ldrs gSaA ;fn os lqcg xbZ js[kk
AI,  ABC ds ifjo`Rr dks fcanq
D ij izfrPNsfnr
7 cts ,d&nwljs dh rjiQ pyuk izkjEHk djrs gS] rks os dcdjrh gSaA ;fn  ABC = xº,  BID =yº vkSj BOD = zº
feysxsa
? zx
rks y dk eku Kkr djsaA
(A) lqcg8.00 (B) lqcg8.30
(C) lqcg9.00 (D) lqcg10:00 (A) 1 (B) 2
(C) 3 (D) 0
84. ,d isVªksy ds VSad dh400{kerk
yhVj gSA lgk;d Vadh ls
91. ,d leku jkf'k X o Y dks7.5% dh C;kt nj ij Øe'k%
40 yhVj isVªksy ,d xzkgd dks csprk gS ,oa bldh iwfrZ
4 o"kZ5oo"kZ ds fy, m/kj fn;k x;kA ;fn muds }kjk vnk
feV~Vh ds rsy ls dj nsrk gSA og izfØ;k N% xzkgdksa fd;s ijx, C;kt dh jkf'k esa
`150 dk vUrj gks] rks izR;sd
nksgjk;h tkrh gSA lkrok¡ xzkgd 'kq¼ isVªksy dh fdruh ek=kk
dks m/kj nh x;h jkf'k Kkr?djsa
ik;sxk tc fd og 40 yhVj isVªksy [kjhnrk
? gS (A) ` 500 (B) ` 1000
(A) 21.25 yhVj (B) 20.25 yhVj (C) ` 2000 (D) ` 3000
(C) 23.25 yhVj (D) 24.25 yhVj 92. A vkSj B feydj ,d dke dks 3 fnu esa iwjk dj ldrs gSaA
os ,d lkFk 'kq: djrs gSa ijUrq
2 fnu cknB us dke NksM+
85. ,d d{kk esa
yM+ds ,oa yM+fd;ksa dks33feykdj
fo|kFkhZ gSA
fn;kA ;fn dke iwjk djus 2 esa
fnu vkSj yxs] rks
B vdsyk
ekfld ijh{kk esa d{kk dk vkSlr14 Ldksj
FkkA d{kk esa
ml dke dks fdrus fnu esa iwjk dj ldrk? gS
yM+fd;ksa ,oa yM+dksa dk vkSlr 15 Ldksj
,oa12
Øe'k%
FkkA (A) 4 fnu (B) 6 fnu
;g ekurs gq, fd lHkh fo|kfFkZ;ksa us ijh{kk nh] d{kk esa
(C) 8 fnu (D) 10 fnu
yM+fd;ksa dh la[;k D;k ? Fkh 93. fdlh jkf'k ij 3 o"kksZa ds fy, pØo`f¼ C;kt o lk/kj.k
(A) 11 (B) 22 C;kt dk vUrj5% okf"kZd pØo`f¼ C;kt dh nj ij
(C) 33 (D) buesa ls dksbZ ugha `36.60 gSA jkf'k Kkr?djsa
86. ,d tkWxj] jsyos VªSd ds lkFk&lkFk
9 fdeh-/?k.Vs dh pky (A) ` 8400 (B) ` 8000
ls nkSM+ jgk gS ,oa 120,dehVj yEch Vªsu tks 45fd (C) ` 4400 (D) ` 4800
funsZ'k
(94 - 95 ) : fuEu xzkiQ dk vè;;u djsa rFkk iz'uksa ds mRrj
fdeh/?k.Vs dh pky ls mlh fn'kk esa py jgh gS] mlds baftu
nsa &
ls 240 ehVj vkxs gSA fdrus le; esa Vªsu tkWxj ls gksdj
xqtjsxh?
2.00
(A) 70 lsds.M (B) 36 lsds.M
(C) 56 lsds.M (D) 18 lsds.M 1.75
87. ,d O;fDr us20% izhfe;e ij izfr ` 100 okys 'ks;j eas
1.50
` 14,400 fuos'k fd;kA ;fn o"kZ ds vUr esa5% dEiuh
v k; d k O; ; l sv uqi kr

ykHkka'k ?kksf"kr djrh gS] rks mls fdruk #i;s ykHkka'k1.25feyrk


gS? 1.00
(A) ` 720 (B) ` 750
0.75
(C) ` 650 (D) ` 600
88. N% o"kZ i'pkr~
A dh orZeku vk;q
B dh vk;q ls4 o"kZ 0.50
vfèkd gksxhA
A ,oaB dh orZeku vk;q dk ;ksx
70 o"kZ gSA
B dh orZeku vk;q D;k? gS 0.25
(A) 36 o"kZ (B) 33 o"kZ
(C) 30 o"kZ (D) 34 o"kZ 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
89. ,d vk;rkdkj eSnku ds yEckbZ ,oa {ks=kiQy dk vuqikr o"kZ
1:30 gSA eSnku dk ifjeki
150 ehVj gSA ml vk;rh; eSnku
dh yEckbZ D;k gSA 94. vk; esa2011 ls 2012 esa gq, deh dk izfr'kr Kkr? djsa
(A) 145 ehVj (B) 30 ehVj (A) 50 % (B) 33 %
(C) 15 ehVj (D) buesa ls dksbZ ugha 1
(C) 37 % (D) vk¡dM+s vi;kZIr
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83. A and B are 20 kms apart. A can walk at an 90. I and Q are respectively the incentre and
average speed of 4 km/hour and B at 6 km/ circumcentre of a triangle ABC. The
hour. If they start walking towards each produced line AI intersects the circumcircle
other at 7 am, when will they meet ? of  ABC at the point D. If  ABC = xº
(A) 8.00 am (B) 8.30 am  BID = yº and  BOD = zº, then find the
(C) 9.00 am (D) 10:00 am zx
84. A petrol tank has a capacity of 400 litres. value of y ?
The attendant sells 40 litres of petrol from
(A) 1 (B) 2
the tank t o one customer and then
(C) 3 (D) 0
replenishes it with kerosene oil. This
91. Equal amount of money are lent to X and Y
process is repeated with six customers. at 7.5% per annum for a period of 4 years
What quantity of pure petrol will the seventh and 5 years respectively. If the difference
customer get when he purchases 40 litres in interest, paid by them was `150, find the
of petrol ? sum lent to each ?
(A) 21.25 litres (B) 20.25 litres (A) ` 500 (B) ` 1000
(C) 23.25 litres (D) 24.25 litres (C) ` 2000 (D) ` 3000
85. In a class there are 33 students comprising 92. A and B together can complete a work in 3
of boys and girls. In a monthly test, the days. They start together, but after 2 days,
average score of the class was 14. The B left the work. If the work is completed after
2 more days, B alone could do the work in
average score of girls and boys of the class
how many days.
was 15 and 12 respectively. Assuming that (A) 4 days (B) 6 days
all the students had taken the test, what is (C) 8 days (D) 10 days
the number of girls in the class ? 93. If the difference between the compound
(A) 11 (B) 22 interest and simple interest on a sum at
(C) 33 (D) None of these 5% rate of interest per annum for three
86. A jogger running at 9 km/hr alongside a years is ` 36.60. Find the sum ?
railway track is 240 metres ahead of the (A) ` 8400 (B) ` 8000
engine of a 120 metres long train (C) ` 4400 (D) ` 4800
running at 45 kms per hour in the same Directions (94 - 95 ) : Study the following graph
direction. In what time will the train pass and answer the questions.
the jogger ?
2.00
(A) 70 seconds (B) 36 seconds
Ratio of Income to expenditure

(C) 56 seconds (D) 18 seconds 1.75


87. A man invested ` 14,400 in the hundred
rupee shar es of a company at 20% 1.50
premium. If the company declares 5%
1.25
dividend at the end of the year, then how
much does he get as dividend ? 1.00
(A) ` 720 (B) ` 750
0.75
(C) ` 650 (D) ` 600
88. A's present age is 4 years more than B's 0.50
age after six years. The sum of the present
age of A and B together is 70 years. What is
0.25
the present age of B ?
(A) 36 years (B) 33 years
(C) 30 years (D) 34 years 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
89. The ratio between the length and the area Years
of a rectangular field is 1:30. The perimeter 94. Find the percentage decrease in income
of the field is 150 metres. What is the from 2011 to 2012 ?
length of that rectangular field? (A) 50 % (B) 33 %
(A) 145 metres (B) 30 metres 1
(C) 37 % (D) Data inadequate
(C) 15 metres (D) None of these 2

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95. ;fn vk; iwjs le; (2010 - 2015) rd /ukRed o`f¼ dks 97. 2014 esa Øekns'kd dh la[;k ls izcU/d (vkbZ-Vh-) dk
n'kkZrk gks] rks fdrus o"kZ esa O;; /ukRed o`f¼ n'kkZrk
vuqikr
gSA
D;k gksxkA
(A) 5 (B) 2 (A) 12 : 1 (B) 1 : 2
(C) 3 (D) 4 (C) 1 : 12 (D) 1:10
funsZ'k( %
iz'u la[;k 96 ls100) fuEufyf[kr rkfydk ds 98. MkVk ,.Vªh vkWijsVj o iz.kkyh fo'ys"kd Js.kh esa dfeZdks
vk/kj ij iz'uksa ds mRrj fn;s tkrs gSaA la[;k 2014 rqyuk esa
2010 esa fdruk izfr'kr?gS
(A) 61 % (B) 52 %
2010 esa deZpkfj;ksa
2014 esa deZpkfj;ksa
(C) 59 % (D) 41 %
dkfeZdks dh Js.kh 99. mlh Js.kh ds iz.kkyh fo'ys"kd ds2014
fy;s esa dsUnzh;
dh la[;k dh la[;k
MkVk ,UVªh vkWijsVj 18 25 dks.k D;k gksxk
?
MkVk csl dUVªksyj 5 8 (A) 80º (B) 78º
(C) 83º (D) 32º
Øekns
'kd 21 36
iz.kkyh fo'ys"kd 31
100. ;fn fofHkUu dkfeZdks dh Js.kh ds fy;s ikbZ pkVZ [khapk tk
15
izca/d (vkbZ-Vh-) 3 3
gS rks o"kZ
2010 ds fy;s iz.kkyh fo'ys"kd ds fy;s [khapk x;k
i;Zos{kd 18 32 dsUnzh; dks.k D;k? gksxk
dqy 80 135 1
(A) 30º (B) 67 º
2
96. 2010 dh rqyuk esa
2014 esa lsDVj dks.k esa fdrus Jsf.k;ksa
(C) 45º (D) 90º
dh la[;k esa deh gqbZ gS
(A) 3 (B) 4
(C) 5 (D) 6

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95. If the income shows positive growth every 97. What is the ratio of number of programmer
year throughout the period (2010 - 2015), to managers (IT) in 2014 ?
then in how many years the expenditure (A) 12 : 1 (B) 1 : 2
shows a positive growth ? (C) 1 : 12 (D) 1:10
(A) 5 (B) 2 98. The total number of personal in data entry
(C) 3 (D) 4 operator and system analysts are what
Directions(96 -100) The following question are percent of 2010 with respect to 2014 ?
to be answered on the basis of the table given (A) 61 % (B) 52 %
below. (C) 59 % (D) 41 %
99. For the same categories of system analysts,
Category of Number of Number of
what is the sector angle for the year 2014?
Personal staff in 2010 staff in 2014 (A) 80º (B) 78º
(C) 83º (D) 32º
Data entry operator 18 25
100. If pie charts are to be drawn for the different
Data Base controller 5 8 categories of personnel, what would be the
Programmers 21 36 angle subtended by the system analysts for
System Analysts 15 31 the year 2010 ?
Manager (IT) 3 3 1
Supervisor 18 32 (A) 30º (B) 67 º
2
Total 80 135
(C) 45º (D) 90º

96. The number of categories for which the


sector angle has decreased in 2014
compared to 2010 is.
(A) 3 (B) 4
(C) 5 (D) 6

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Hkkx III
& ( lkekU; tkudkjh)
101. 110. ;fn fuEu ?kVukvksa dks dkyØekuqlkj lek;ksftr fd;k tk,
jk"Vªh; i;kZoj.k izcU/u vf/dj.k ,oa jkT; i;kZoj.k izcUèku
vf/dj.k dks LFkkfir djus dh vuq'kalk fdlus izLrkfor rks budk lgh Øe gksxk&
fd;k % (a) Mk¡Mh ;k=kk
(A) lqczeU;u iSuy (B) 'kaxyw iSuy (b) tfy;kokyk ckx dh ?kVuk
(C) dsydj iSuy (D) tkosndj iSuy (c) Hkkjr NksM+ks vkUnksyu
102. us'kuy vkWfIVd iQkbZcj usVodZ fo'o esa xzkeh.k (d) Lons'kh vkUnksyu
lEc¼rk
(A) b, a, c, d (B) d, c, a, b
ifj;kstuk dk lcls cM+k usVodZ gSA Hkkjr dk izFke(C) jkT;d, b, a, c (D) c, d, a, b
ftlus vius lHkh ftyksa rFkk lHkh xzke iapk;rksas dks'vFkiw
111. blds' dk lEcU/ fuEu esa lsa fdl ioZ ?ls gS
ekè;e ls tksM+k
: (A) <+ksy ;k=kk (B) vks.ke
(A) xqtjkr (B) dsjy (C) iksaxy (D) fo'odekZ iwtk
(C) dukZVd (D) rfeyukMq 112. fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu lh tk;n dh iQly - gS
103. dEI;wVj dks jhcwV djus ds fy, fuEu esa ls dkSu lh dekaM (A) [khjk rFkk xUuk (B) ew¡x rFkk mM+n
nh tkrh gS
? (C) pkoy rFkk cktjk (D) eDdk rFkk ew¡xiQyh
(A) Ctrl + Alt + Del 113. fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu lk izkf/dkj eky ds vk;kr gsrq
(B) Ctrl + Alt + Tab fons'kh fofue; dh vuqefr iznku djrk ? gS
(C) Ctrl + Shift + Del (A) dksbZ Hkh jk"Vªh;Ñr cSad
(D) Ctrl + Alt + Shift
(B) fofue; cSad
104. fdl foVkfeu dks vYiQk&VsdksiQsjksy : dgrs gS (C) fjtoZ cSad vkWiQ bafM;k
(A) foVkfeu B (B) foVkfeu
E (D) foÙk ea=kky;
(C) foVkfeu K (D) foVkfeu
A 114. Í.k i=k izLrqr fd;k tkrk gS &
105. fuEu esa dkSu eaf=kifj"kn dk Hkkx ugha gS& (A) fu;kZrd }kjk
(A) dSfcusV ea=kh (B) jkT; ea=kh (B) vk;krd }kjk
(C) dSfcusV lfpo (D) mi ea=kh (C) lhek 'kqYd vf/dkjh }kjk
106. rkuk'kkgh lEHko – gS (D) tgkt dEiuh }kjk
(A) ,d nyh; jkT; esa 115. Hkkjrh; jk"Vªh; jktekxZ izkf/dj.k ds foÙk dk eq[; lzksr gS&
(B) f}nyh; jkT; esa (A) midj
(C) cgqnyh; jkT; esa (B) fons'kh lgk;rk
(D) nks vkSj cgqnyh; jkT; esa (C) cktkj ls Í.k
107. Hkkjrh; lafo/ku esa U;kf;d leh{kk vk/kfjr gS & (D) dsUnz ljdkj dk ctVh; leFkZu
(A) fof/ dk 'kklu 116. MODVAT dk lEca/ gS &
(A) mRikn 'kqYd (B) fuxe dj
(B) fof/ dh mfpr izfØ;k
(C) lEifÙk dj (D) vk; dj
(C) fof/ }kjk LFkkfir izfØ;k
117. lwph -I dks lwph
-II ls lqesfyr djsa ,oa uhps fn, x, dwVkas dk
(D) mnkgj.k vkSj lEesyu
iz;ksx djrs gq, lgh mÙkj pqusA
108. NBoha 'krkCnh bZlk ,d ;qx Fkk&
lwph-I lwph -II
(A) rdZ'kfDr dk (B) ckSf¼d tkx`fr
(ykSg&bLikr) dsUnz (ns'k
)
(C) jktuhfrd v'kkafr (D) /kfeZd fo{kksHk
(a) gSfeYVu 1. phu
109. fuEu esa ls fdl pkVZj vf/fu;e ds rgr Hkkjr ds fons'kh (b) cfeZa?ke 2. dukMk
O;kikj ls bLV bf.M;k dEiuh dk ,dkf/dkj lekIr gks (c) ,lsu 3. ;w- ds
x;k& (d) vu'ku 4. teZuh
(A) 1853 dk pkVZj vf/fu;e dwV: a b c d
(B) 1793 dk pkVZj vf/fu;e (A) 4 3 1 2
(C) 1813 dk pkVZj vf/fu;e (B) 2 1 4 3
(C) 2 3 4 1
(D) 1833 dk pkVZj vf/fu;e (D) 3 4 2 1

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Part - III (General Awareness)


101. The recommendation of setting up of National 110. If
Environment Management Authority and (a) Dandi March
State Environment Management Authority (b) Tragedy of Jallianwalah
has been proposed by: (c) Quit India Movement and
(A) Subramanian Panel (d) Swadeshi Movement
(B) Shunglu Panel are arranged in the chronological order then
(C) Kelkar Panel they come as-
(A) b, a, c, d (B) d, c, a, b
(D) Javedkar Panel
(C) d, b, a, c (D) c, d, a, b
102. Naitonal Optic Fibre Network is the largest
111. 'Athapoo' is associated with which of the
rural connectivity project in the world. First following festivals ?
State of India to connect all its district Gram (A) Dhol Yatra (B) Onam
Panchayats through this : (C) Pongal (D) Vishwakarma Puja
(A) Gujrat (B) Kerala 112. Which of the following are the 'Zaid' crops ?
(C) Karnataka (D) Tamil Nadu (A) Cucumber and Sugarcane
103. Which of the following commands is given (B) Moong and Urad
to reboot the computer ? (C) Rice and Millets
(A) Ctrl + Alt + Del (D) Maize and Groundnut
(B) Ctrl + Alt + Tab 113. Which of the following authority sanctions
(C) Ctrl + Shift + Del foreign exchange for the import of goods ?
(D) Ctrl + Alt + Shift (A) Any Nationalised Bank
104. Which vitamin is called Alpha-tocopherol ? (B) Exchange Bank
(A) Vitamin B (B) Vitamin E (C) Reserve Bank of India
(C) Vitamin K (D) Vitamin A (D) Ministry of Finance
105. The Council of Ministers does not include 114. A letter of credit has to be produced by
(A) an exporter
(A) Cabinet Ministers
(B) an importer
(B) Ministers of State
(C) custom authorities
(C) Cabinet Secretary (D) Shipping company
(D) Deputy Minister 115. The main source of fund for the National
106. Despotism is possible in a - Highway Authority of India is
(A) One party state (A) Cess
(B) Two party state (B) Foreign assistance
(C) Multi party state (C) Market borrowings
(D) Two and multi party state (D) Budgetary support of Union Government
107. Judicial review in the Indian Constitution 116. MODVAT is related to
is based on: (A) Excise duty
(A) Rule of law (B) Corporation Tax
(B) Due process of law (C) Wealth tax
(C) Procedure Established by Law (D) Income tax
(D) Precedents and Conventions 117. Match List-I and List-II and select the
108. 6th Century B.C was an age of correct answer from the code given below
(A) Reasoning the lists :
List-I List-II
(B) Intellectual awakening
(Iron-Steel Centre) (Country)
(C) Political unrest
(a) Hamilton 1. China
(D) Religious ferment (b) Birmingham 2. Canada
109. Which Charter Act brought to an end, the (c) Essen 3. U. K
East India Company's monopoly in India's (d) Anshan 4. Germany
foreign trade ? Codes: a b c d
(A) Charter Act of 1853 (A) 4 3 1 2
(B) Charter Act of 1793 (B) 2 1 4 3
(C) Charter Act of 1813 (C) 2 3 4 1
(D) Charter Act of 1833 (D) 3 4 2 1
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118. fuEu esa ls dkSu lk jkT; ^elkyksa ds cxhps* ds uke ls tkuk
128. lwph-I dks lwph
-II ls lqesfyr djs ,oa uhps fn, x, dwVksa dk
tkrk gS? iz;ksx djrs gq, lgh mÙkj pqfu,A
(A) dukZVd (B) dsjy lwph
-I lwph -II
(C) egkjk"Vª (D) rfeyukMq a. ekjiQhu 1. jksxk.kqjks/d
119. dwyxkMhZ] vkLVªsfy;k ds fdl izkUr ? esa fLFkr gS b. lksfM;e 2. feJ/krq
(A) U;w lkmFk osYl (B) mÙkjh {ks=k c. cksfjd ,flM 3. nnZuk'kd
(C) DohUlyS.M (D) if'peh vkLVªsfy;k d. teZu pk¡nh 4. feV~Vh dk rsy
120. fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu lk tksM+k lqesfyr - ugha gSdwV : a b c d
(A) dks;yh– xqtjkr (A) 4 3 1 2
(B) ukxkifV~Vue – rfeyukMq (B) 2 4 3 1
(C) 3 1 4 2
(C) uqekyhx<+ – vle
(D) 3 4 1 2
(D) eukyh– vka/z izns'k
129. fdlh O;fDr dk iw.kZ izfrfcEc ns[kus ds fy, lery niZ.k
121. ljnkj oYyHk HkkbZ iVsy Ñf"k fo'ofo|ky; fLFkr gS& dh U;wure mQ¡pkbZ D;k ? gksxh
(A) iQStkckn (B) esjB
(A) O;fDr dh mQ¡pkbZ ds cjkcj
(C) dkuiqj (D) >kalh
(B) O;fDr dh mQ¡pkbZ ds vk/s ds cjkcj
122. 'LVsuyh 'di dk lEcU/ gS & (C) O;fDr dh mQ¡pkbZ ds ,d pkSFkkbZ ds cjkcj
(A) cSMfeUVu (B) ckLdsVckWy
(D) O;fDr dh mW¡QpkbZ ds nksxqus ds cjkcj
(C) xksYiQ (D) vkbl gkWdh
130. ok;q xqCckjs esa gkbMªkstu dh vis{kk ghfy;e dks ojh;rk n
123. fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdlds lkFk f'kokth us bZloh esa
1665
tkrh gS D;ksafd

izfl¼ ^iqjUnj dh laf/* dh?Fkh (A) ;g lLrh gSA
(A) tloUr flag (B) t; flag I
(B) bldk ?kuEo de gSA
(C) 'kkbLrk [kku (D) fnysj [kku
(C) mRFkku dh 'kfDr vf/d gksrh gSA
124. egkHkk";'iratyh' ds ys[kd fuEufyf[kr esa fdlds ledkyhu
(D) ;g ok;q ds lkFk foLiQksVd feJ.k ugha cukrh gSA
Fks?
131. /zk.kuk'k gS &
(A) pUnzxqIr ekS;Z (B) v'kksd
(A) Lokn dh 'kfDr esa dehA
(C) iq';fe=k 'kaqx (D) pUnzxqIr izFke
(B) lw¡?kus dh 'kfDr esa dehA
125. fuEufyf[kr dFkuksa ij fopkj dhft, rFkk fn, x, dwVksa(C) esa Li'kZ eglwl djus dh 'kfDr esa dehA
ls lgh mÙkj dk p;u dhft,- (D) xeZ eglwl djus dh 'kfDr esa dehA
1. foØe lEor~57 bZlk iwoZ essa izkjEHk gqvk FkkA
132. ,M~l fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdlds dkj.k gksrk gS&
2. 'kd lEor~78 bZloh esa izkjEHk gqvk FkkA
(A) thok.kq (B) iQiaQwnh
3. xqIr dky320 bZloh esa izkjEHk gqvkA
(C) Ñfe (D) fo"kk.kq
4. Hkkjr eas eqfLye 'kklu dk1192 dky bZloh esas izkjEHk
133. vk¡[k dh iqryh] ijEijkxr dSejs ds fdl Hkkx ds lerqY;
gqvk FkkA gksrh -gS
(A) 1 rFkk 2 (B) 3 rFkk 4
(A) fiQYe (B) ysal
(C) 1,2 rFkk 3 (D) 1, 2, 3 rFkk4
(C) 'kVj (D) vkoj.k
126. fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdlus caxky foHkktu ds(1905)
foHkktu134. fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu lk bUiQksVsd izkS|ksfxdh ? dk Hkkx
ds fojks/ esa vkanksyu dk usr`Ro ? fd;k Fkk
(A) izksVksdky (B) ykfxu
(A) lqjsUnzukFk cuthZ
(C) vkphZ (D) mijksDr lHkh
(B) lh- vkj- nkl
135. www ds vkfo"dkjd rFkk laLFkkid - gS
(C) vk'kqrks"k eq[kthZ
(A) fVEcjuzl (B) ,u- jlsy
(D) johUnz ukFk VSxksj
(C) yh- ,u- fiQ;kax (D) fcy xsV~l
127. fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu lk tksM+k lqesfyr ? ugha 136.
gS ch-,e-Mh ijh{k.k fuEu esa ls fdldks Kkr djus ds fy, fd;k
(A) tsEl okV– Hkki batu
tkrk gS-
(B) ,- th- csy – VsyhiQksu
(A) Msaxw (B) eysfj;k
(C) ts- ,y- cs;MZ – Vsyhfotu
(C) vfLFk lqf"kjrk (D) ,M~l
(D) ts- ijfdUl – isfuflyhu
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118. The state known as 'Garden of Spices' is 128. Match List-I with List-II and select the
(A) Karnataka (B) Kerala correct answer from the code given below:
(C) Maharashtra (D) Tamil Nadu List-I List-II
119. Coolgardie lies in the Australian province
a. Morphine 1. Antiseptic
of
b. Sodium 2. Alloy
(A) New South Wales
(B) Northern Territory c. Boric Acid 3. Analgesic
(C) Queensland d. German Silver 4. Kerosene oil
(D) Western Australia Codes: a b c d
120. Which one of the following pairs is NOT (A) 4 3 1 2
correctly matched ? (B) 2 4 3 1
(A) Koyali – Gujarat (C) 3 1 4 2
(B) Nagapattinam – Tamil Nadu
(D) 3 4 1 2
(C) Numaligarh – Assam
129. The minimum height of a plane mirror to
(D) Manali – Andhra Pradesh
121. Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Agricultural see the full size image of a person is equal to
University is located at (A) the height of the person
(A) Faizabad (B) Meerut (B) half the height of the person
(C) Kanpur (D) Jhansi (C) one-fourth the height of the person
122. 'Stanley Cup' is associated with (D) double the height of the person
(A) Badminton (B) Basketball 130. Helium is preferred to hydrogen in air
(C) Golf (D) Ice Hockey
balloons because it ?
123. With whom Shivaji signed the famous
'Treaty of Purandar' in 1665 A.D ? (A) is cheaper
(A) Jaswant Singh (B) Jai Singh I (B) is less dense
(C) Shaishta Khan (D) Diler Khan (C) has greater lifting power
124. The writer of Mahabhasya 'Patanjali' was a (D) does not form an explosive mixture
contemporary of with air
(A) Chandragupta Maurya 131. Anosmia is
(B) Ashoka (A) loss of the sense of taste
(C) Pushyamitra Sunga
(B) loss of the sense of smell
(D) Chandrapugta-I
125. Consider the following statement and select (C) loss of the sense of touch
the correct answer from the code given (D) loss of the sense of heat
below : 132. AIDS is caused by
1. Vikram Samvat began in 57 BC. (A) Bacteria (B) Fungus
2. Saka Samvat began in 78 AD. (C) Helminth (D) Virus
3. Gupta era began in 320 AD. 133. Retina of the eye is comparable to which
4. The era of Muslim rule in India began of the following parts of a traditional
in 1192 AD.
camera?
(A) 1 and 2 (B) 3 and 4
(C) 1,2 and 3 (D) 1, 2, 3 and 4 (A) Film (B) Lens
126. Who among the following led the agitation (C) Shutter (D) Cover
against the Partition of Bengal (1905) ? 134. Which one of the following is a part of
(A) Surendranath Banerjee Infotech Terminology ?
(B) C. R. Das (A) Protocol (B) Login
(C) Ashutosh Mukherjee (C) Archie (D) All the above
(D) Rabindra Nath Tagore 135. Inventor and founder of www is ?
127. Which one of the following pairs is NOT
(A) Timbernrus (B) N. Russel
correctly matched ?
(A) James Watt – Steam Engine (C) Lee N. Fiyong (D) Bill Gates
(B) A.G. Bell – Telephone 136. BMD testing is done to diagnose
(C) J. L. Baird – Television (A) Dengue (B) Malaria
(D) J. Perkins – Penicillin (C) Osteoporosis (D) AIDS
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137. dFkulkef;d
Hkkjr dh laln ds lanHkZ esa fuEu esa ls dkSu lk144. lR; vè;{k (izksVse Lihdj) dk dk;Z gS&
ugha ?gS (A) vè;{k dh vuqifLFkfr esa lnu dh dk;Zokgh lapkfyr
djukA
(A) lafo/ku] ljdkj dk lalnh; Lo:i iznku djrk gSA
(B) tc vè;{k ds pqus tkus dh lEHkkouk ugha gksrh gS rks
(B) laln dk loZizeq[k dk;Z eaf=ke.My dk izko/ku djuk
vè;{k ds :i esa lEc¼ gksrk gSA
gSA (C) tc rd fu;fer vè;{k ugha pquk tkrk rc rd lnL;ksa
(C) eaf=ke.My dh lnL;rk fuEu lnu rd lhfer gSA dks 'kiFk xzg.k djokrk gSA
(D) eaf=ke.My dks yksdfiz; lnu esa cgqer dk fo'okl (D) ;g fujhf{kr djrk gS fd lnL;ksa ds pquko izek.ki=k Øe
izkIr djuk gksrk gSA es gSa ;k ughaA
145. cktkj es /u dks fuxZr djus rFkk mldh fuxjkuh djus dh
138. Hkkjrh; lafo/ku ds fdl vuqPNsn ds rgr fo/ku lHkk]
O;oLFkk dks dgk tkrk gS&
foèkku ifj"kn dk fuekZ.k djrh
? gS
(A) vkuqikfrd vkjf{kr vuqikr
(A) vuqPNsn168 (B) vuqPNsn 169 (B) lkof/ vkjf{kr vuqikr
(C) vuqPNsn170 (D) vuqPNsn 171 (C) U;wure vkjf{kr vuqikr
139. ^dkyk ioZr* dgk¡ fLFkr? gS (D) vLFkk;h vkjf{kr vuqikr
(A) dukMk (B) ukosZ 146. ;kstuk rFkk fu;a=k.k lEcfU/r gS&
(A) ;kstuk] fu;a=k.k djuk izkjEHk djrh gSA
(C) fLoV~tjyS.M (D) ;w- ,l- ,-
(B) fu;a=k.k] ;kstuk cukuk izkjEHk djrh gSA
140. fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu lh ns'k dh Lo tqrh gqbZ e`nk ds :i
(C) nksuks lerqY; gSA
esa tkuh tkrh gSA (D) nksuks pØh; :i esa lkFk&lkFk c<+rs gSA
(A) tyks<+ feV~Vh 147. 14 vxLr 2015 dks fuEu esa ls dkSu lk O;fDr ^lkoZtfud
(B) ySVsjkbV feV~Vh izfr"Bku p;u lfefr*(PESB) dk vè;{k fu;qDr fd;k
(C) dkyh feV~Vh x;k&
(A) vf'ouh dqekj nÙk(B) ds- ,e- vkpk;Z
(D) jsrhyh feV~Vh
(C) xkSjh dqekj (D) vthr dqekj lsB
141. fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdl xzg ds ifjr% ?kweus okys mixzg ugh
148. fuEu esa dkSu igyk Hkkjrh; cSMfeUVu f[kykM+h gS ft
gS & tdkrkZ] b.Mksusf'k;k esa vk;ksftr ^fo'o cSMfeUVu izfr;ksfx
(A) eaxy rFkk 'kqØ (B) cq/ rFkk 'kqØ esa jtr ind izkIr fd;kA
(C) eaxy rFkk cq/ (D) o:.k rFkk eaxy (A) ih- oh- lU/w (B) Tokyk xqV~Vk
142. ^Mkd ernku* vU; fdl uke ls tkuk tkrk gS& (C) lkbuk usgoky (D) ih- d';i
149. dsUnz ljdkj us ,;jykbu lapkyu iz.kkyh dks vkSj vf/d
(A) cgqy ernku
dq'ky rFkk lLrk cukus ds fy, xxu iz.kkyh dh 'kq:vkr dh
(B) Nn~e ernku
gSA bl ^xxu* iz.kkyh dk iw.kZ uke ? D;k gS
(C) Hkkfjr ernku (A) ftvks&,MsM thih,l vkWxesUVsM usfoxs'ku
(D) xqIr ernku (B) thih,l&,MsM vkWxesUVsM usfoxs'ku
143. gS ftvks vkWxesUVsM thih,l ,MsM usfoxs'ku
deZpkfj;ksa dh U;wure la[;k tks O;kikj la?k cuk ldrs (C)
rFkk ^O;kikj la?k vf/fu;e* ds rgr iathÑr djok ldrs (D) th&,MsM ftvks vkWxesUVsM usfoxs'ku
150. fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdl Vhe us nf{k.k ,f'k;kbZ ckLdsVcky
gS?
izfr;ksfxrk
(SABA) dk f[krkc thrk ?
(A) 7 (B) 25
(A) Hkkjr (B) Jhyadk
(C) 100 (D) 50
(C) ekynho (D) usiky

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137. Which one of the following statements 144. The function of Pro-tem speaker is to
about the Parliament of India is NOT (A) conduct the proceedings of the house in
correct ? the absence of the speaker.
(A) The Const it ut ion pr ov ides t he (B) officiate as speaker when a speaker is
unlikely to be elected.
Parliamentary form of Government
(C) swearing in members and hold charge
(B) The foremost function of the Parliament till a regular speaker is elected.
is to provide a Cabinet. (D) Check if the election certificates of
(C) The membership of the cabinet is members are in order.
restricted to the Lower House 145. The system of issuing and monitoring of
(D) The cabinet has to enjoy the confidence money in the market is known as -
of the majority in the popular Chamber. (A) Proportional reserve ratio
138. Under which one of the following Articles of (B) Fixed reserve ratio
the Indian Constitution, the Legislative (C) Minimum reserve ratio
Assembly is allowed to resolve for the
(D) Floating reserve ratio
creation of the Legislative Council ?
146. Planning and control are so related that
(A) 168 (B) 169
(A) Planning initiates control
(C) 170 (D) 171
(B) Control initiates planning
139. The Black Mountains are located in (C) Both are equivalent
(A) Canada (B) Norway (D) Both go on simultaneously in cycle
(C) Switzerland (D) U. S. A 147. Name the person who was appointed as
140. Which of the following is known as 'self- chairman of Public Enterprises Selection
ploughed' soil of the country ? Board (PESB) on 14 August 2015.
(A) Alluvial soil (A) Ashwani Kumar Datt
(B) K.M. Acharya
(B) Laterite soil
(C) Gauri Kumar
(C) Black soils
(D) Ajit Kumar Seth
(D) Desert soils 148. Name the badminton player who became
141. Which planets do not have satellites the first Indian to win a silver medal at the
revolving around them ? world Badminton Championships held in
(A) Mars and Venus Jakarta, Indonesia.
(B) Mercury and Venus (A) P.V Sindhu (B) Jwala Gutta
(C) Mars and Mercury (C) Saina Nehwal (D) P Kashyap
149. Union Government launched GAGAN
(D) Neptune and Mars
system that would make airline operations
142. Postal voting is otherwise called more efficient and reduce costs. What is full
(A) Plural voting form of GAGAN ?
(B) Proxy voting (A) Geo - Aided GPS Augmented Navigation
(C) Weighted voting (B) GPS - Aided Geo Augmented Navigation
(D) Secret voting (C) Geo Augmented GPS - Aided Navigation
143. The minimum number of workers who can (D) G - Aided Geo Augmented Navigation
150. Which of the following team won the South
form a Trade Union and get it registered
Asian Basketball (SABA) Championship
under Trade Union Act ? title?
(A) 7 (B) 25 (A) India (B) Sri Lanka
(C) 100 (D) 50 (C) Maldives (D) Nepal

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Part - IV (English Language)


Direction : In Question nos. 151 to 155, some 161. It is easier walking than run.
part of the sentences have errors and some are (A) easier to walk than to run
correct. Find out which part of a sentence has (B) easier walking then running
an error and blacken the oval [ ] (C) easier walking to running
corresponding to the appropriate letter (A), (B), (D) No improvement
(C). If a sentence is free from error, blacken the 162. The winter was such severe that even
oval corresponding to (D) in the Answer Sheet. water in the tap froze.
151. I will discuss the matter (A)/ with him when (A) severe so much
(B) I will see him. (C)/ No error. (D) (B) so severe
152. Kohli is one of the finest batsmen (A)/ that (C) severe such
(D) No improvement
has won many (B)/ laurels for India.(C)/ No
163. My father agreed with my going alone for
error. (D)
the examination.
153. He is not an artist (A) nor he is (B)/ a
(A) to my going alone
musician.(C)/ No error. (D)
(B) that I go alone
154. Everyone of my friends (A)/ know two (C) I go alone
languages (B)/ besides his mother tongue. (D) No improvement
(C)/ No error. (D) 164. She had no difficulty to settle down to her
155. His coat was (A)/ laying on (B)/ the chair. new life in the city.
(C)/ No error. (D) (A) to settling down
Directions : In Question nos. 156 to 160, (B) for settling down
sentences given with blanks to be filled in with (C) in settling down
an appropriate word(s). Four alternatives are (D) No improvement
suggested for each question. Choose the correct 165. No sooner had the umpire given the
alternative out of the four and indicate it by batsman out than the crowd rushed into the
blackening the appropriate oval [ ] in the field.
Answer Sheet. (A) and the crowd
156. While I was crossing the street, a blind man (B) when the crowds
bumped ___________ me. (C) but the people
(A) at (B) into (D) No improvement
(C) in (D) no preposition 166. The Crop's quality improved after fertilizers
157. He swore _______ the name of God. were applied to the paddy field.
(A) on (B) in (A) The crop-quality
(C) upon (D) no preposition (B) The quality of the crop's
158. Both the signatures resemble ____ each (C) The quality of the crop
(D) No improvement
other.
167. The teacher congratulated him for his
(A) with (B) to
success in the examination.
(C) from (D) no preposition
(A) on (B) to
159. It is you who _______ to be held guilty. (C) from (D) No improvement
(A) is (B) am Directions : In question nos. 168 to 170, out
(C) are (D) none of these of the four alternatives, choose the one which
160. To write, to speak or to act ____ uncommonly best expresses the meaning of the given word.
easy to a number of over-confident persons. 168. Thrall
(A) seem (B) seems (A) spat (B) bondage
(C) has seemed (D) will be seem (C) liberty (D) strength
Direction: In Question nos. 161 to 167, a 169. Felon
sentence/ a part of the sentence is underlined. (A) imposter (B) criminal
Below are given alternatives to the underlined (C) empiric (D) usurer
part at (A), (B), (C) which may improve the 170. Heyday
sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In (A) heroic (B) admirable
case no improvement is needed your answer is (C) zenith (D) painful
(D). Mark your answer in the Answer Sheet.

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Directions : In question nos. 171 to 173, choose 183. Over the hill
the word opposite in meaning to the given word. (A) past one's prime
171. Vacuous (B) at the zenith
(A) sparkling (B) bright (C) at the hill station
(C) wise (D) naughty (D) a tourist on the hill
172. Rampant Directions : In Question nos. 184 to 188, out
(A) rejected (B) expelled of the four alternatives, choose the one which
(C) restricted (D) exhausted can be substituted for the given words/
173. Lacerate sentences and indicate it by blackening the
(A) mangle (B) snowball
appropriate oval [ ] in the Answer Sheet.
(C) heal (D) feel
184. A new word coined by an author.
Directions : In question nos. 174 to 176, four
words are given in each question, out of which (A) neologism (B) verbose
only one word is correctly spelt. Find the (C) obsolete (D) neo-rich
correctly spelt word and mark your answer in 185. A man who is excessively fond of his wife.
the Answer Sheet. (A) hand-picked husband
174. (A) Ferbuary (B) Ferbary (B) samaritan
(C) February (D) Farbuary (C) cosmopolitan
175. (A) Eskimos (B) Skimos (D) uxorious
(C) Escemos (D) Iskemos 186. An insect which has many feet.
176. (A) Responsblity (B) Responsiblity
(A) vertebrate (B) mammal
(C) responsibility (D) Respeonsiblity
(C) invertebrate (D) centipede
Direction : In Question nos. 177 to 183, four
alternative are given for the Idiom/Phrase 187. Very few people like to listen to him for he
given below. Choose the alternative which best has a style full of words.
expresses the meaning of the Idiom/Phrase and (A) obsolete (B) verbatim
mark it in the Answer Sheet. (C) verbose (D) talkative
177. In dire strait 188. The Hindus believe that after death, the soul
(A) in too much difficulty passes from one body to another.
(B) in a happy position (A) migration (B) miracle
(C) in the thick of wild forest
(C) transmigration (D) reunion
(D) in a dilemma
Direction : In Question nos. 189 to 193, in the
178. In the wake of
(A) keeping in mind following passages some of the words have been
(B) on the part of left out. Read the passages carefully and
(C) monitoring the situation choose the correct answer to each question out
(D) on the other hand of the four alternative and fill in the blanks.
179. Greek to one CLOZE TEST
(A) well-versed (B) well-recited If you have ever watched a documentary
(C) well-known (D) unknown where a cheetah is ...189... a gazelle for its next
180. In camera meal, you know what agility is. As the two
(A) openly
animals ...190... in a sixty-mile an hour life-and
(B) a view of a photographer
(C) business of cameras death race, agility and speed determine how the
(D) secretly ...191.. meets the end. Whether the gazelle can
181. Foregone conclusion ...192... the cheetah or the cheetah can feed her
(A) conclusion anticipated beforehand cubs will be ...193... by which animal is faster
(B) a happy conclusion and more agile.
(C) a sad conclusion 189. (A) proceeding (B) leading
(D) no conclusion at all (C) pursuing (D) investigating
182. A prima facie case 190. (A) bind (B) engage
(A) as it seems at first sight
(C) conflict (D) interlock
(B) as it is made to seem at first sight
191. (A) debate (B) controversy
(C) as it turns out to be at the end
(D) at it seems to the court, after a number (C) life (D) race
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192. (A) refrain (B) void 196. The passage seems to suggest that
(C) quash (D) baffle (A) despair sometimes leads to dictatorship
193. (A) determined (B) ended (B) Hitler was no leader
(C) claimed (D) defined (C) a leader is chosen only by a free country
Direction : In Question nos. 194 to 200, you (D) a leader foresees his future position
have two brief passages. Read the passage PASSAGE - II
carefully and choose the best answer to each The dog is a very intelligent animal and it
question out of the four alternatives and mark can be trained for many duties. Some dogs work
with the police and the army as sentries and
it by blackening the appropriate oval [ ] in
trackers, and there are medals that are awarded
the Answer Sheet.
to dogs for bravery in action. Other dogs act as
PASSAGE-I seeing-eyes for the blind, and some breeds are
In a free country, the man who reaches the specially trained for rescue work among
position of leader is usually one of outstanding mountains and snow. Jobs like herding sheep
character and ability. Moreover, it is usually and cattle and guarding homes are also done by
possible to foresee that he will reach such a them. Whenever man lives and works in the
position, since early in life one can see his Arctic Circle, in the desert, in the jungle, in the
qualities of character. But this is not always true moors or mountains, the dog is his faithful
in the case of a dictator: often he reaches his companion and help. A common mongrel may
position of power through chance, very often possess these qualities just as much as the
through the unhappy state of his country. It is aristocratic bloodhound.
197. The passage tells us that dogs
possible that Hitler would never have become the
(A) can be trained to do different kinds of
leader of Germany if that country had not been
work
driven to despair. (B) are capable of difficult work
194. In a free country, one who becomes a leader (C) are of different type
(A) must be of outstanding character and (D) alone are a great help to man
ability 198. Medals are awarded to some dogs for
(B) must show qualities of character from (A) their brave deeds
an early age (B) working with the police
(C) is generally of a remarkable character (C) serving as sentries
and ability (D) being able to perform difficult work
(D) must see that his country is free from 199. The passage implies that
despair (A) only dogs are faithful not man
(B) man would have felt helpless without
195. Hitler became a leader because
dogs
(A) he exhibited leadership qualities
(C) the dog has certain qualities that make
(B) Germany was a free country it man’s trustworthy companion
(C) Germany was in despair (D) dogs can do almost anything
(D) Germans wanted a dictator 200. The phrase aristocratic bloodhound, in the
passage means
(A) the dog kept by wealthy people
(B) a pedigree dog
(C) a dog fond of blood
(D) any big dog

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