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Form Number : Paper Code : 0999 DM31011 5020


(Academic Session : 2015 - 2016)


Test Type : ALL INDIA OPEN TEST (MAJOR) Test Pattern : AIPMT
TEST DATE : 21 - 02 - 2016
Important Instructions / egRoiw.kZ funsZ' k
Do not open this Test Booklet until you are asked to do so
bl ijh{kk iq fLrdk dks tc rd uk [kks y s a tc rd dgk u tk,s A
1. A seat marked with Reg. No. will be allotted to each student. The student should ensure that he/she occupies the correct seat
only. If any student is found to have occupied the seat of another student, both the students shall be removed from the examination
and shall have to accept any other penalty imposed upon them.
izR;sd fo|kFkhZ dk jftLVªs'ku ua- ds vuqlkj LFkku fu;r gS rFkk os vius fu;r LFkku ij gh cSBsaA ;fn dksbZ fo|kFkhZ fdlh nwljs fo|kFkhZ ds LFkku
ij cSBk ik;k x;k rks nksuksa fo|kfFkZ;ksa dks ijh{kk d{k ls ckgj dj fn;k tk,xk vkjS nksuksa dks dksbZ vU; tqekZuk Hkh Lohdk;Z gksxkA
2. Duration of Test is 3 Hours and Questions Paper Contains 180 Questions. The Max. Marks are 720.
ijh{kk dh vof/k 3 ?k.Vs gS rFkk iz'u i= esa 180 iz'u gSaA vf/kdre vad 720 gSaA
3. Student can not use log tables and calculators or any other material in the examination hall.
fo|kFkhZ ijh{kk d{k esa yksx Vscy] dsYdwyVs j ;k fdlh vU; lkexzh dk mi;ksx ugha dj ldrk gAS
4. Student must abide by the instructions issued during the examination, by the invigilators or the centre incharge.
ijh{kk ds le; fo|kFkhZ dks ifjoh{kd }kjk fn;s x;s funsZ'kksa dh ikyuk djuk vko';d gSA
5. Before attempting the question paper ensure that it contains all the pages and that no question is missing.
iz'u i= gy djus ls igys fo|kFkhZ vk'oLr gks tk, fd blesa lHkh ist layXu gSa vFkok ughaA
6. Each correct answer carries 4 marks, while 1 mark will be deducted for every wrong answer. Guessing of answer is harmful.
izR;sd lgh mÙkj ds 4 vad gSaA iz R;s d xyr mÙkj ij 1 va d dkV fy;k tk,xkA mÙkj dks vuqeku ls Hkjuk gkfudkjd gks ldrk gAS
7. A candidate has to write his / her answers in the OMR sheet by darkening the appropriate bubble with the help of Blue / Black Ball
Point Pen only as the correct answer(s) of the question attempted.
ijh{kkFkhZ dks gy fd;s x;s iz'u dk mÙkj OMR mÙkj iqfLrdk esa lgh LFkku ij ds oy uhys @ dkys ckWy ikWb UV isu ds }kjk mfpr xksys dks xgjk
djds nsuk gSA
8. Use of Pencil is strictly prohibited.
is f Uly dk iz ;ks x loZ Fkk oftZ r gSA
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1. If a particle moves along a straight line according 1. ;fn ,d d.k fu;e v=2 (x sinx + cos x) ds vuqlkj
to the law v=2 (x sinx + cos x) then find its ljy js[kk esa xfr djrk gS rks x= p/2 ij bldk Roj.k
dv dv
acceleration (i.e. ) at x= p/2:- (vFkkZr~ ) gksxk :-
dt dt

p p p p p p
(1) (2) (3) (4) zero (1) (2) (3) (4) zero
2 2 2 4 2 2 2 2 4 2
2. Find the average acceleration of the block from 2. le; t=2 sec ls t=4 sec ds e/; CykWd dk vkSlr
time t=2 sec to t=4 sec. Roj.k Kkr dhft,A

v(ms)–1 v(ms)–1

10 10

t t
1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4

(1) 5 m/s2 (2) 10 m/s2 (1) 5 m/s2 (2) 10 m/s2

(3) –5 m/s2 (4) –10 m/s2 (3) –5 m/s2 (4) –10 m/s2
3. An observer finds the magnitudes of the 3. ,d izs{ kd dks nks oLrqvksa ds Roj.k ds ifjek.k leku
acceleration of two bodies to be the same. This iz kIr gksrs gSA ;g vko';d :i ls O;Dr djrk gS fd
necessary implies that the two bodies. nks oLrq ,¡&
(1) are at rest with respect to each other (1) ,d nwljs ds lkis{k fojkekoLFkk esa gS
(2) are at rest or move with constant velocities with
(2) ,d nwljs ds lkis{k fojkekoLFkk esa gS
respect to each other
(3) ,d nwljs ds lkis{k Rofjr gS
(3) are accelerated with respect to each other
(4) may be at rest, moving with constant velocities (4) ,d nwljs ds lkis{k fojkekoLFkk esa gS ;k fu;r osxksa
or accelerated with respect to each other ls xfr'khy gS ;k Rofjr gS
4. A nucleus at rest splits into two nuclear parts 4. fojke esa fLFkr ,d ukfHkd (nucleus) nks ukfHkdksa esa fo?kfVr
having same density and radii in the ratio 1:2. gksrk gS ftuds ?kuRo leku gaS vkSj f=T;kvksa dk vuqikr
Their velocities are in the ratio 1:2 gS rks muds osxksa dk vuqikr gksxk
(1) 2:1 (2) 4:1 (3) 6:1 (4) 8:1 (1) 2:1 (2) 4:1 (3) 6:1 (4) 8:1
5. The P-V diagrams of two different masses 5. ,d vkn'kZ xSl ds fy;s nks fofHkUu nzO;eku m1 ,oa m2
m1 and m2 for an ideal gas at constant temperature ds fu;r rkieku ij P-V vkjs[k iznf'kZr g]S rc &
T is given in figure. Then P

m1 m2
m2 V
(1) m1 = m2 (2) m1 > m2
(1) m1 = m2 (2) m1 > m2
(3) m1 < m2 (4) Data is insufficient (3) m1 < m2 (4) vifjiw.kZ vkadM+s gS
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6. The kinetic energy of a body decreases by 19%, 6. ,d fi.M dh xfrt ÅtkZ 19 izfr'kr de gksrh gS] rks laoxs
what is the percentage decrease in momentum ? esa gqbZ izfr'kr deh gksxh &
(1) 20 % (2) 15 % (3) 10 % (4) 5 % (1) 20 % (2) 15 % (3) 10 % (4) 5 %
7. While sitting on a tree branch 20m above the 7. tehu ls 20 m Åij ,d isM+ dh 'kk[kk ij cSBdj vki
ground, you drop a chestnut. When the chestnut ,d v[kjksV fxjkrs gSA tc v[kjksV 5m uhps fxj pqdk gS]
has fallen 5m, you throws a second chestnut vki nwljk v[kjksV lh/kk uhps fxjkrs gAS vkidks nwljs v[kjksV
straight down. What initial speed must you give dks fdl izkjfEHkd pky ls fxjkuk pkfg, fd os nksuksa tehu
the second chestnut if they are both to reach the ij ,d gh le; ij igq¡ps \ (g=10ms–2)
ground at the same time ? (g=10ms–2) (1) 5 ms–1 (2) 10 ms–1
(1) 5 ms–1 (2) 10 ms–1
(3) 15 ms–1 (4) None of these (3) 15 ms–1 (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
8. In the arrangement shown in figure, coefficient 8. fp= esa fn[kk;s x;s nks CykW dksa ds e/; ?k"kZ. k xq.kkad
of friction between the two
µ= gSA nksuks a CykW d ds e/; dk;Z jr ?k"kZ .k cy gS
1 2
blocks is µ= . The force of friction acting
2 (g=10 ms–2)
between the two blocks is (g = 10 ms ) –2

2kg F=2N
2kg F=2N
F2=20N 4kg
4kg smooth
F2=20N smooth
(1) 8 N (2) 10 N
(1) 8 N (2) 10 N
(3) 6 N (4) 4 N (3) 6 N (4) 4 N
9. A disc having a thread tightly wound on it is being 9. ,d pdrh ij ,d /kkxs dks dldj yisVk x;k gAS vc
pulled upwards by the thread such that the disc bls /kkxs }kjk Åij dh vksj bl izdkj [khapk tkrk gS fd
starts moving upwards with an acceleration g. If pdrh g Roj.k ls Åij dh vksj xfr djuk izkjEHk dj nsrh
angular acceleration is a and radius R, then the gAS ;fn dks.kh; Roj.k a rFkk f=T;k R gS rks Ra dk eku
value of Ra is- gksxk&

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

(3) 3g (4) 4g (3) 3g (4) 4g
10. A tuning fork arrangement (pair) produces 10. ,d 288 gV~Zt vko`fÙk dk Lofj=] ,d vU; Lofj= ds lkFk
4 beats/s with one fork of frequency 288 cps. A 4 foLiUn@lsd.M mRiUu dj jgk gAS vKkr vko`fÙk ds Lofj=
little wax is placed on the unknown fork and it ij FkksM+k lk ekse yxkus ij ;g 2 foLiUn@lsd.M mRiUu
then produces 2 beats/s. The frequency of the djrk gAS vKkr Lofj= dh vko`fÙk gS %
unknown fork is- (1) 286 cps (2) 292 cps
(1) 286 cps (2) 292 cps
(3) 294 cps (4) 288 cps (3) 294 cps (4) 288 cps
11. In a certain system, the units of length, mass and 11. ,d fuf'pr fudk; esa yEckbZ] nzO;eku rFkk le; dh bdkbZ
time are chosen to be 1 cm, 100 g and 10 s. The 1 cm, 100 g rFkk 10 s fy;s x;s gaAS xfrt ÅtkZ dh bdkbZ
unit of kinetic energy will be gksxh%&
(1) 0.1 erg (2) 1 erg (1) 0.1 vxZ (2) 1 vxZ
(3) 10 erg (4) None of these (3) 10 vxZ (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
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12. Two particles P and Q move in a straight line towards 12. nks d.k P rFkk Q izkjfEHkd osxksa v1 rFkk v2 ls rFkk izkjfEHkd
each other at initial velocities v1 and v2 and with {k.k ij laxr osxksa ds fo:¼ funsZf'kr fu;r Roj.kksa a1 rFkk
constant accelerations a1 and a2 directed against the a2 ls ljy js[kk esa ,d nwljs dh vksj xfr djrs gaSA xfr
corresponding velocities at the initial instant. What ds nkjS ku tc os feyrs gaS rks muds e/; vf/kdre izkjfEHkd
must be the maximum initial separation between nwjh D;k gksxh\
them for which they meet during the motion ?
( v1 + v 2 )
v12 v 22
( v1 + v 2 )
v v2 2
(1) (2) +
(1) (2) 2a + 2a
1 2 2 ( a1 + a 2 ) 2a1 2a 2
2 ( a1 + a 2 ) 1 2

( v1 + v 2 )
( v1 + v 2 )

(3) (4) None of these

2 ( a1 + a 2 )
(3) (4) None of these
2 ( a1 + a 2 )

13. The v–t graph of the motion of a wooden block 13. 1 kg nzO;eku okys ydM+h ds cDls dh xfr dk v–t xzkQ]
of mass 1 kg is shown in figure. It is given an fp= esa iznf'kZr gAS bls t=0 ij {kfS rt est ds vuqfn'k
initial push at t=0, along a horizontal table. The izkjfEHkd /kDdk fn;k tkrk gSA CykWd rFkk est ds e/; ?k"kZ.k
coefficient of friction between the block and table xq.kkad gksxk%& (g= 10 ms–2)
is (g= 10 ms–2)


t(S) 0 14
0 14

(1) 0.2 (2) 0.1 (3) 0.4 (4) 1.4 (1) 0.2 (2) 0.1 (3) 0.4 (4) 1.4
14. The diagram shows a uniform disc of mass M & 14. M nzO;eku rFkk a f=T;k dh ,dleku pdrh dks fp=
radius ‘a’. If the moment of inertia of the disc esa iznf'kZr fd;k x;k gAS ;fn XY v{k ds lkis{k pdrh
about the axis XY is I, its moment of inertia about dk tM+Ro vk?kw.kZ I gS rks pdrh ds ry ds yEcor~ rFkk
an axis through O and perpendicular to the plane O ls gksdj xqtjus okyh v{k ds lkis{k bldk tM+Ro vk?kw.kZ
of the disc is gksxk&

a/2 a/2


cm cm
o o


4 1 2 4 1 2
(1) Ma 2 (2) I + Ma (1) Ma 2 (2) I + Ma
3 4 3 4

(3) 2I (4) (3) 2I (4)
2 2

iz R;s d iz ' u dks vtqZ u cudj djks A

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15. A wave y = asin(wt – kx) on a string meets with 15. lehdj.k y = asin (wt – kx) }kjk iznf'kZr ,d rjax] ,d
another wave producing a node at x = 0. Then the vizxkeh rjax cukus ds fy, ,d vU; rjax ds lkFk v/
equation of the unknown wave is- ;kjksfir gksrh gS] ftlls fd x = 0 ij fuLiUn cusA nwljh
(1) y = asin(wt + kx) rjax dh lehdj.k gS %
(2) y = – asin(wt + kx) (1) y = asin(wt + kx) (2) y = – asin(wt + kx)
(3) y = asin(wt – kx)
(3) y = asin(wt – kx) (4) y = – asin(wt – kx)
(4) y = – asin(wt – kx)

a a - t2 a - t2 a
16. The dimensions of in the relation P = 16. lEcU/k P = esa dh foek,¡ D;k gksxh] tgk¡ P
b bx bx b

where P is the pressure, x is the distance and t is nkc] x nwjh rFkk t le; g-S
the time, is-
(1) M–1L0T–2 (2) M L0T–2
(1) M L T
–1 0 –2
(2) M L T 0 –2

(3) M0L0T–2 (4) MLT–2

(3) M L T
0 0 –2
(4) MLT–2
17. Two particles A and B are moving in horizontal 17. nks d.k A vkjS B ,d {kfS rt lery esa fuEu fp= ds vuqlkj
plane as shown in figure at t = 0, then time after py jgs gSaA fdrus le; ckn d.k A d.k B dks idM+ ysxk&
which A will catch to B will be-
v 30 m/s
v 30 m/s
37° A B
A B 200 m
200 m
(1) 4 s (2) 5 s (1) 4 s (2) 5 s
(3) 2 s (4) 8 s (3) 2 s (4) 8 s
18. A body of mass m dropped from a height h reaches 18. m nzO;eku dh ,d oLrq dks h Å¡ pkbZ ls fxjkus ij og
the ground with a speed of 1.4 gh . The work 1.4 gh dh pky ls tehu ij igq¡prh gAS ok;q ?k"kZ.k ds
done by air drag is- }kjk fd;k x;k dk;Z gksxk&
(1) –0.2 mgh (1) –0.2 mgh
(2) –0.02 mgh (2) –0.02 mgh
(3) –0.04 mgh (3) –0.04 mgh
(4) mgh (4) mgh
19. A solid sphere of mass M and radius R cannot 19. M nzO;eku rFkk R f=T;k okys ,d Bksl xksys dk tM+Ro
have moment of inertia vk?kw.kZ ugha gks ldrk gS &
2 1 2 1
(1) MR2 (2) MR 2 (1) MR2 (2) MR 2
3 2 3 2

2 2 2 2
(3) MR 2 (4) MR 2 (3) MR 2 (4) MR 2
5 7 5 7
20. An observer moves towards a stationary source 20. dksbZ izs{kd fdlh fLFkj /ofu òksr dh vksj /ofu ds osx
of sound, with a velocity one-fifth of the velocity ds 1/5 osa osx ls xfr djrk gSA vkHkklh vko`fÙk esa izfr'kr
of sound. what is the percentage increase in the o`f¼ D;k gS ?
apparent frequency ?
(1) 'kwU; (2) 0.5%
(1) zero (2) 0.5%
(3) 5% (4) 20% (3) 5% (4) 20%
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1 1
A 3B 2 A 3B 2
21. A physical quantity P is given by P = 3 . The 21. ,d HkkfS rd jkf'k P lw= P= 3 ls iznf'kZr dh tkrh
C D 2
C -4 D 2

quantity which brings the maximum percentage gS rks P esa vf/kdre =qfV fdl jkf'k ds dkj.k vk ldrh
error in P is– g\S
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D (1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D

22. A particle is moving with a velocity of 22. ,d d.k vr = ( 3iˆ + 4tjˆ ) m / s ds osx ls xfr dj jgk gAS
v = ( 3iˆ + 4tjˆ ) m / s . Find the ratio of tangential t = 1 s ij mlds Li'kZ js[kh; Roj.k o vfHkyEc Roj.k
dk vuqikr Kkr dhft,&
acceleration to that of normal acceleration at
t = 1 sec.
(1) 4/3 (2) 3/4
(1) 4/3 (2) 3/4
(3) 5/3 (4) 3/5
(3) 5/3 (4) 3/5
23. Find out the total energy of a particle moving in 23. r f=T;k dh o`Ùkkdkj d{kk esa xfr'khy d.k dh dqy ÅtkZ
a circular orbit of radius r. Kkr dhft,A
Information I : Particle moves with constant lw puk I : d.k fu;r pky v ls xfr djrk gAS
speed v. lw puk II : d.k laj{kh cy {ks= esa xfr djrk gAS
Information II : Particle moves in a conservative (1) iz'u dks dsoy lwpuk&I }kjk gy fd;k tk ldrk
force field. gS
(1) Question can be solved by information I only. (2) iz'u dks dsoy lwpuk&II }kjk gy fd;k tk ldrk
(2) Question can be solved by information II only. gS
(3) Question can be solved by information I and (3) iz'u dks lwpuk&I rFkk lwpuk&II }kjk la;qä :i ls gy
II in combined form only. fd;k tk ldrk gS
(4) Question can not be solved by both the (4) iz'u dks dsoy nksuksa lwpukvksa }kjk gh gy ugha fd;k
informations only. tk ldrk gS
24. In the following figure r1 and r2 are 5 cm and 24. fp=kuqlkj r1 o r2 Øe'k% 5 lseh o 30 lseh gAS ;fn ifg,
30 cm respectively. If the moment of inertia of dk tM+Ro vk?kw.kZ 5100 fdxzk&eh2 gks rks bldk dks.kh; Roj.k
the wheel is 5100 kg-m 2 then its angular gksxk :–
acceleration will be-

30 r1
30 r1
12N r2 9N
r2 9N

(1) 10–4 jsfM;u@lsd.M2 (2) 10–3 jsfM;u@lsd.M2

(1) 10–4 rad/s2 (2) 10–3 rad/s2
(3) 10–2 rad/s2 (4) 10–1 rad/s2 (3) 10–2 jsfM;u@lsd.M2 (4) 10–1 jsfM;u@lsd.M2

dksbZ Hkh iz'u Key Filling ls xyr ugha gks uk pkfg,A

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25. S1 , S2 are two coherent sources of sound located 25. /ofu ds nks dyklaca¼ lzkrs S1 , S2 x v{k ds vuqfn'k
along x - axis separated by 4 l where l is fLFkr gS rFkk muds e/; nwjh 4 l gAS tgka l muds }kjk mRlftZr
wavelength of sound emitted by them . Number /ofu dh rjaxnS/;Z gSA buds pkjksa vksj nh?kZo`Ùkh; ifjlhek
of maxima located on the elliptical boundary ij fLFkfr mfPp"Bksa dh la[;k gksxh %&
around it will be :
S1 S2
S1 S2 4l

(1) 16 (2) 12
(1) 16 (2) 12
(3) 8 (4) 4 (3) 8 (4) 4
26. A particle is situated at the origin of a coordinate 26. ,d d.k funs'Z kkadksa ds ewy fcUnq ij mifLFkr gAaS fuEufyf[kr
system. The following forces begin to act on the cy ,d lkFk bl ij yxuk izkjEHk djrs gaS
particle simulta-neously r r
r r F1 = 5iˆ - 5ˆj + 5kˆ , F2 = 2iˆ + 8ˆj + 6kˆ ,
F1 = 5iˆ - 5ˆj + 5kˆ , F2 = 2iˆ + 8ˆj + 6kˆ ,
r r
r r F3 = -6iˆ + 4ˆj - 7kˆ , F4 = -ˆi - 3ˆj - 2kˆ
F3 = -6iˆ + 4ˆj - 7kˆ , F4 = -ˆi - 3ˆj - 2kˆ .
Then the particle will move :
rks d.k xfr djsxk
(1) in X–Y plane (2) in Y–Z plane (1) X–Y ry esa (2) Y–Z ry esa
(3) in Z–X plane (4) along X–axis (3) Z–X ry esa (4) X–v{k ds vuqfn'k
27. Two projectile A and B are projected with angle 27. nks iz {ksI ;ksa A rFkk B dks] A ds fy;s iz{ ksi.k dks.k
of projection 15° for the projectile A and 45° for 15°rFkk B ds fy;s iz{ksi.k dks.k 45° ds lkFk iz{ ksf ir
the projectile B. If RA and RB be the horizontal fd;k tkrk gSA ;fn RA rFkk RB nks iz {ksI;ksa dh {kSfrt
range for the two projectiles, then ijkl gS] rks %&
(1) RA < RB (1) RA < RB
(2) RA = RB (2) RA = RB
(3) RA > RB (3) RA > RB
(4) the information is insufficient to decide the (4) RA rFkk RB ds e/; lEcU/k LFkkfir djus ds fy,
relation of RA with RB lwpuk vi;kZIr gS
28. A particle with total energy E moves in one 28. ,d d.k ftldh dqy ÅtkZ E g]S ,d {ks= esa ,dfoeh;
dimension in a region where the potential energy xfr djrk g]S tgk¡ fLFkfrt ÅtkZ U(x) gSA d.k dk Roj.k
is U(x). The acceleration of the particle is zero 'kwU; gksxk] tgk¡
where (1) U(x) = 0
(1) U(x) = 0
dU ( x )
dU ( x ) (2) =0
(2) =0 dx

d2 U ( x ) d2 U ( x )
(3) =0 (3) =0
dx 2 dx 2
(4) U(x) = E (4) U(x) = E
29. 540 g of ice at 0°C is mixed with 540 g of water 29. 0°C ij cQZ dh 540 xzke ek=k dks 80°C ij ty dh
at 80°C. The final temperature of the mixture is 540 xzke ek=k ds lkFk fefJr fd;k tkrk gAS feJ.k dk
(Given latent heat of fusion of ice = 80 cal/g and vfUre rki gks x k ( fn;k x;k g S % xyu dh xq I r
specific heat capacity of water = 1 cal/g0C) Å"ek = 80 cal/g rFkk ty dh fof'k"V Å"ek = 1 cal/g0C)
(1) 0°C (2) 40°C (1) 0°C (2) 40°C
(3) 80°C (4) less than 0°C (3) 80°C (4) 0°C ls de
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30. The time period of a satellite of earth is 5 hours. 30. i`Foh ds fdlh mixzg dk vkorZdky 5 ?kaVs gAS ;fn i`Foh
If the separation between the centre of earth and ds dsUæ o mixzg ds chp dh nwjh 4 xquk gks tk, rks mixzg
the satellite is increased to 4 times the previous dk u;k vkorZdky gksxk %&
value, the new time period will become- (1) 10 ?kaVs (2) 80 ?kaVs
(1) 10 h (2) 80 h (3) 40 h (4) 20 h (3) 40 ?kaVs (4) 20 ?kaVs
31. The potential energy U between the atoms in a 31. ,d f}ijekf.od v.kq ds ijek.kqvksa ds e/; fLFkfrt ÅtkZ (U)
diatomic molecule as a function of the distance x dk ifjorZu ijek.kqvksa ds e/; nwjh (x) ds lkFk fpf=r gS rks ijek.kq&
between the atoms is shown in figure. The atoms U
B x
O x

(1) tc x nw j h A vkSj B ds e/; gS] rc vkil es a

(1) Attract each other when x is between A and B vkdZf"kr djsaxsA
(2) Attract each other when x is between B and C (2) tc x nwjh B vkjS C ds e/; gS rc vkil esa vkdZf"kr djsxa s
(3) Attract each other when x is at B (3) tc x B ij gS rc vkil esa vkdZf"kr djsaxsA
(4) Repel each other when x is at B (4) tc x B ij gS rc vkil esa izfrdf"kZr djsaxsA
32. A boat moves relative to water with a speed which 32. ,d uko ikuh ds lkis { k unh ds cgko dh pky dh
1 1
is times the river flow speed. At what angle xquk pky lss pyrh gSA uko dks U;wure viogu ds
n n
to the stream direction should the boat move to fy;s unh ds cgko dh fn'kk ls fdl dks. k ij pyuk
minimise drifting (assume n > 1) pkfg, %&
p 1 p 1
(1) (2) sin–1 (1) (2) sin–1
2 n 2 n
p 1 p p 1 p
(3) + sin–1 (4) + sin–1(n) (3) + sin–1 (4) + sin–1(n)
2 n 2 2 n 2
33. At time t = 0 particle starts moving along the 33. le; t = 0 ij ,d d.k x-v{k ij xfr izkjEHk djrk gAS
x-axis. If its kinetic energy increases uniformly ;fn mldh xfrt ÅtkZ le; 't' ds lkFk ,dleku :i ls
with time 't', the net force acting on it must be c<+ jgh gS] rc ml ij dk;Z'khy ifj.kkeh cy blds
proportional to :- lekuqikrh gS :-
1 1
(1) t (2) constant (3) t (4) (1) t (2) fLFkjkad (3) t (4)
t t
34. Two electric lamps A and B radiate the same 34. nks fo|qr cYc A o B leku 'kfDr fofdfjr djrs gaAS muds
power. Their filaments have the same dimensions, rUrqvksa dh foek,a ,d leku gS rFkk mRltZdrk,a eA o eB
and have emissivities eA and eB. Their surface
TA gAS budh lrgksa ds rki TA rFkk TB gAS vuqikr TB dk
temperatures are TA and TB. The ratio T will be

equal to :– eku gksxk&

1/4 1/2
æ eB ö
æ eB ö
æ eB ö æ eB ö
(1) ç ÷ (2) ç ÷ (1) ç ÷ (2) ç ÷
è eA ø è eA ø è eA ø è eA ø
1/2 1/4
æ eA ö
æ eA ö
æ eA ö æ eA ö
(3) ç ÷ (4) ç ÷ (3) ç ÷ (4) ç ÷
è eB ø è eB ø è eB ø è eB ø

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35. What is the minimum energy required to launch 35. æO;eku M ,oa f=T;k R ds ,d xzg ds i`"B ls æO;eku
a satellite of mass m from the surface of a planet m ds ,d mixzg dks 2R Å¡pkbZ ij o`Ùkh; d{k esa ykUp
of mass M and radius R in a circular orbit at an djus ds fy, U;wure ÅtkZ vko';d gS %
altitude of 2R ?
5GmM 2GmM
5GmM 2GmM (1) (2)
(1) (2) 6R 3R
6R 3R


(3) (4) (3) (4)
2R 3R 2R 3R
36. The velocity of a particle is v = 6iˆ + 2ˆj - 2kˆ . The 36. ,d d.k dk os x vr = 6iˆ + 2ˆj - 2kˆ g S A lfn'k
component of the velocity of a particle parallel to r
a = ˆi + ˆj + kˆ ds lekUrj bl d.k ds os x dk ?kVd
vector a = ˆi + ˆj + kˆ is :- gS :-
(1) 6iˆ + 2ˆj + 2kˆ (2) 2iˆ + 2ˆj + 2kˆ (1) 6iˆ + 2ˆj + 2kˆ (2) 2iˆ + 2ˆj + 2kˆ

(3) ˆi + ˆj + kˆ (4) 6iˆ + 2ˆj - 2kˆ (3) ˆi + ˆj + kˆ (4) 6iˆ + 2ˆj - 2kˆ
37. In the figure shown, the acceleration of wedge is 37. iznf'kZr fp= esa ost dk Roj.k gksxk (?k"kZ.k ux.; ekfu;s)
(Neglect friction)

M (wedge)
(wedge) m

F F (1) (2)
(1) (2) M m+M
M m+M

(3) zero (4) (3) zero (4)
m m
38. Five uniform circular plates, each of diameter D 38. ik¡p le:i o`Ùkkdkj IysVas ftuesa izR;sd dk O;kl D rFkk
and mass m are laid out in a pattern shown. Using æO;eku m gS fp=kuqlkj j[kh xbZ gAS ewy fcUnq dk iz;ksx
the origin shown, find the y co–ordinate of the djrs gq ; s ik¡ p Iys V ks a ds fudk; ds nzO;eku dsUæ dk
centre of mass of the five–plate system. y funsZ'kkad Kkr dhft,&

+y +y

+x +x

origin origin

(1) 2D/5 (2) 4D/5 (1) 2D/5 (2) 4D/5

(3) D/3 (4) D/5 (3) D/3 (4) D/5

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39. One mole of a gas is subjected to two process AB 39. fp=kuqlkj ,d eksy xSl dks nks izØeksa AB rFkk BC esa
and BC, one after the other as shown in the figure. ls ,d ds ckn ,d ys tk;k tkrk gAS BC dks PVn = fu;r
BC is represented by PVn = constant. We can }kjk iznf'kZr fd;k x;k gAS ge fu"d"kZ fudky ldrs gaS fd
concludethat (where T= temperature, W = work (tgka T= rki] W=xSl }kjk fd;k x;k dk;Z] V= vk;ru
done by gas, V = volume and U = internal energy) rFkk U = vkarfjd ÅtkZ)



V 0 2V 0 3V 0 V 0 2V 0 3V 0

(1) TA = TB = TC (1) TA = TB = TC
(2) VA < VB, PB < PC (2) VA < VB, PB < PC
(3) WAB < WBC (3) WAB < WBC
(4) UA < UB (4) UA < UB
40. Two blocks of mass 3 kg and 6 kg respectively 40. nks xqVds ftudk nzO;eku 3 kg vkjS 6 kg Øe'k% g]S mUgsa
are placed on a smooth horizontal surface. They ,d {kSfrt fpdus lrg ij j[kk x;k gAS mUgsa gYds fLizax
are connected by a light spring of force constant ftldk cy fu;rkad 200 N/m ls tksM+k x;k gAS izkjaHk
k = 200 N/m. Initially the spring is unstretched. esa fLizax ruh gqbZ ugha gAS xqVds dks fn;k x;k osx fp= esa
The indicated velocities are imparted to the blocks. fn[kk;k x;k gAS fLizax esa vf/kdre foLrkj gksxk :-
The maximum extension of the spring will be :-
2.0m/s 1.0m/s
3kg 6kg
3kg 6kg

(1) 30 cm (2) 25 cm
(1) 30 cm (2) 25 cm
(3) 20 cm (4) 15 cm (3) 20 cm (4) 15 cm
41. A particle is moving in a straight line y=3x. Its 41. ,d d.k ,d ljy js[kk y=3x ds vuqfn'k xfr dj jgk
velocity time graph is shown in figure. Its speed g S A bldk os x &le; xz k Q fp= es a n'kkZ ; k x;k g S A
is minimum at t =............. t =............. ij bldh pky U;wure gksxhA

v(ms ) –1
v(ms )
10 10

5 5
t(s) t(s)
0 2 4 6 8 0 2 4 6 8

–10 –10

(1) 2s (2) 4s (1) 2 lsd.M (2) 4 lsd.M

(3) 6s (4) 8s (3) 6 lsd.M (4) 8 lsd.M
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42. If a constant external force starts acting on a 42. ;fn fdlh xfr'khy d.k ij ,d fu;r ckg~; cy dk;Z
moving particle, which of the following is not djuk izkjEHk djrk gAS fuEu esa ls dkSu ls vko';d :i
essentially true? ls lR; ugha g\S
(1) the line of motion of the particle will keep changing (1) d.k dh xfr dh js[kk ifjorZu'khy jgsxh
(2) the speed of the particle will keep changing (2) d.k dh pky ifjorZu'khy jgsxh
(3) the particle will keep moving (3) d.k xfr'khy jgsxk
(4) none is essentially true (4) dksbZ Hkh vko';d :i ls lR; ugha gS
43. A body of mass 4 kg is acted on by a force which 43. 4 kg nzO;eku dh ,d oLrq ij ,d cy dk;Z djrk gS tks
varies as shown in the graph below. The fd uhps iznf'kZr xzkQ ds vuqlkj ifjofrZr gksrk gAS izkIr
momentum acquired is laoxs gksxk%&

F(N) F(N)

10 10

t(s) t(s)
0 5 9 0 5 9

(1) 280 N–s (2) 140 N–s (1) 280 N–s (2) 140 N–s
(3) 70 N–s (4) 210 N–s (3) 70 N–s (4) 210 N–s
44. A body cools from 50.0°C to 49.9°C in 5 s. How 44. fdlh oLrq dks 50.0°C ls 49.9°C rd BaMk gksus esa 5
long will it take to cool from 40.0°C to 39.9°C? lsd.M dk le; yxrk gAS bls 40.0°C ls 39.9°C rd
Assume the temperature of surroundings to be BaMk gksus esa fdruk le; yxsxk ;fn okrkoj.k dk rki
30.0°C 30.0°C gks %&
(1) 2.5 s (2) 10 s (1) 2.5 lsd.M (2) 10 lsd.M
(3) 20 s (4) 5 s (3) 20 lsd.M (4) 5 lsd.M
45. A wire of length l, area of cross-section A and 45. edku dh Nr ls ,d rkj ftldh yackbZ l, vuqizLFk dkj
Young's modulus of elasticity Y is suspended dk {ks=Qy A, ;ax ekikad Y g]S yVdk;k x;k gSA rkj ds
from the proof of a building. A block of mass m fupys fljs ls m nzO;eku okys xqVds dks tksM+k x;k gAS ;fn
is attached at lower end of the wire. If the block xqVds dks ek/; fLFkfr ls foLFkkfir fd;k tkrk gS vkSj mls
is displacement from its mean position and then NksM+k tkrk gS rks og nksyu djus yxrk gSA nksyu dk
released the block starts oscillation. Time period vkorZdky gksxk :-
of these oscillations will be :-

(1) 2p (2) 2p (1) 2p (2) 2p
mY ml mY ml

ml m ml m
(3) 2p (4) 2p (3) 2p (4) 2p

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46. XeF 6 fluorinates I 2 to IF 7 and li berates 46. XeF6 , I2 dk ¶yksjhuhdj.k djds IF7 rFkk Xe(g) nsrk
Xenon(g). 210 mmol of XeF 6 can yield a gAS 210 feyh eksy XeF6 , IF7 dk vfèkdre------feyh
maximum of_____ mmol of IF7 eksy ns ldrk gS %&
(1) 420 (2) 180 (3) 210 (4) 245 (1) 420 (2) 180 (3) 210 (4) 245
47. Calculate change in entropy when 2 moles of 47. 2 eksy vkn'kZ xSl dks 10 litre ls 20 litre rd mRØe.kh;
an ideal gas is expanded from 10 litre to o lerkih izfØ;k ls izlkfjr fd;k x;k gS ,UVªkWih esa ifjorZu
20 litre reversibly and isothermally gksxk %&
(1) 1.2 Cal (2) 2.772 Cal (1) 1.2 Cal (2) 2.772 Cal
(3) –1.2 Cal (4) –2.772 Cal (3) –1.2 Cal (4) –2.772 Cal
48. In which of the following species are planar. 48. fuEu esa ls dkuS lh iztkfr;k¡ leryh; gS %&
(1) I3 --, XeF 2 , ClF 3 (2) H2 O, OCl –, ICl2+ (1) I3 --, XeF 2 , ClF 3 (2) H2 O, OCl –, ICl2+
(3) XeF 5--, XeF 4 , BF 3 (4) All are correct (3) XeF 5--, XeF 4 , BF 3 (4) lHkh lgh gSA
49. Which is the strongest Lewis acid? 49. buesa ls dkuS lcls 'kfDr'kkyh yqbZl vEy gS ?
(1) BF3 (2) BCl3 (1) BF3 (2) BCl3
(3) BBr3 (4) BI3 (3) BBr3 (4) BI3

50. CH3–CH–CH = CH2 + HBr ® X (product) 50. CH3–CH–CH = CH2 + HBr ® X (mRikn)

which is predominate; X is - dkuS lk X (mRikn) vf/kdre ek=k esa cusxk -

(1) CH3 - CH - CH2CH2Br (1) CH3 - CH - CH2CH2Br
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Br Br
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(2) CH3 - C - CH2 - CH3 (2) CH3 - C - CH2 - CH3
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(3) CH3 - CH - CH - CH3 (3) CH3 - CH - CH - CH3

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CH3 Br CH3 Br

(4) None is correct (4) None is correct

51. 112.0 mL of NO2 at STP (1atm, 273K) was 51. 112.0 feyh NO2 dk STP (1 ok;qe.My, 273K) ij
liquefied, the density of the liquid being nzohdj.k djus ij izkIr nzo dk ?kuRo 1.15 g mL–1 ik;k
1.15 g mL–1 . Calculate the volume and the x;kA izkIr nzo NO2 dk vk;ru ,oa v.kqvksa dh la[;k dh
number of molecules in the liquid NO2 x.kuk dhft;s (At. wt. N = 14)
(At. wt. N = 14)
(1) 0.10 feyh vkjS 3.01 × 1022
(1) 0.10 mL and 3.01 × 1022
(2) 0.20 mL and 3.01 × 1021 (2) 0.20 feyh vkjS 3.01 × 1021

(3) 0.20 mL and 6.02 × 1023 (3) 0.20 feyh vkjS 6.02 × 1023
(4) 0.40 mL and 6.02 × 1021 (4) 0.40 feyh vkjS 6.02 × 1021
52. If Ksp for AgCl is 10–10. Calculate solubility of 52. AgCl ds fy, Ksp 10–10 gAS AgCl dh 0.1M NaCl esa
AgCl in 0.1M NaCl solution in mol/litre. foys;rk gksxh (eksy@yhVj) %&
(1) 10–5 (2) 10–9 (3) 10–4 (4) 10–7 (1) 10–5 (2) 10–9 (3) 10–4 (4) 10–7

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53. Which of the following order is/are correct 53. ca/k dks.k ds lanHkZ esa fuEu esa ls dkuS lR; gS %&
about the bond angle.
(1) OF2 > H2O < Cl2O > ClO2
(1) OF2 > H2O < Cl2O > ClO2
(2) COF 2 <COCl2<COBr2 <COI2 (X–C–X–ca / k
(2) COF2<COCl2<COBr2<COI2 (X–C–X–Bond
(3) PH3 > PF3
(3) PH3 > PF3
(4) KrF4 > XeF4 (4) KrF4 > XeF4
54. B2H6 + CH3Cl ¾® Product 54. B2H6 + CH3Cl ¾® mRikn
product which not possible mRikn tks fd laHko ugh gS
(1) B2(CH3)6 (2) B2H4(CH3)2 (1) B2(CH3)6 (2) B2H4(CH3)2
(3) B2H3(CH3)3 (4) B2H5(CH3) (3) B2H3(CH3)3 (4) B2H5(CH3)
55. Which of the following is most stable ? 55. fuEu esa ls lokZf/kd LFkk;h gS ?


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

CH3 3 CH3 3

(3) H (4) All have same stability (3) H (4) mijksDr lHkh dk LFkkf;Ro leku gS
56. In Heisenberg's uncertainty experiment 56. gkbtsucxZ ds vfuf'prrk okys iz;ksx ds fy, xyr dFku
incorrect statement is :- gksxk :-
(1) Use of high intensity light increases (1) mPPk rhozrk okys izdk'k dk iz;ksx djus ij ukfHkd ls
accuracy in the measurement of distance of
bysDVªksu dh nwjh ekius esa vf/kd ;FkkFkZrk izkIr gksrh gAS
electron from nucleus.
(2) Use of high frequency light increases (2) mPPk vko`fÙk dk izdk'k iz;ksx djus ij ukfHkd ls bysDVªkus
accuracy in the measurement of distance of dh nwjh dh ;FkkZFkrk vf/kd gksxhA
electron from the nucleus (3) yEch rjaxn/S ;Z dh mi;ksx djus ij bysDVªksu ds osx dh
(3) Use of long wavelength light increases
accuracy in measurement of speed of electron
;FkkFkZrk vf/kd izkIr gksxhA
(4) If an experiment is designed to measure the (4) ;fn iz;ksx dks bl izdkj fd;k x;k ftlls bysDVªksu dh
distance of electron from nucleus, the speed
ukfHkd ls nwjh lgh izkIr gks tk;s rks bl iz;ksx esa osx esa
measured in the same experiment would be
highly imprecise. vLi"Vrk vf/kd gksxhA
57. Calculate no. of moles of KMnO4 required to 57. 1 eksy KI dks {kkjh; ek/;e esa iw.kZr;k fØ;k djokus ds
completely react with 1 mole of KI in alkaline fy, KMnO4 ds fdrus eksy dh vko';drk gS
2 3
2 3 (1) 2 (2) 1 (3) (4)
(1) 2 (2) 1 (3)(4) 5 5
5 5
58. Which of the following forms only p-bond 58. vkf.od d{kd fl¼kar ds vuqlkj fuEu esa ls dkSu flQZ
using M.O. theory : p&ca/k cukrk gS :
(1) Li2 (2) C2 (3) N2 (4) O2 (1) Li2 (2) C2 (3) N2 (4) O2

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59. Inert pair effect is predominant in 59. vfØ; ;qXe izHkko fdlesa lokZf/kd gS %&
(1) Si (2) Pb (1) Si (2) Pb

(3) Ge (4) Sn (3) Ge (4) Sn

60. Ozonolysis of 2-methyl-2-butene, in presence 60. 2-esfFky -2-C; qV hu, Zn dh mifLFkfr esa vkstksuhdj.k
of Zn, yields - vfHkfØ;k ij nsx h -
(1) Only aldehyde (1) dsoy ,sYMhgkbM
(2) Only ketone (2) dsoy dhVksu
(3) Both aldehyde and ketone (3) ,YMhgkbM ,oa dhVksu nksuksa
(4) Only carboxylic acid (4) dkcksZ fDlfyd vEy
61. At relatively high pressure, the van der waal's 61. lkis{kr% mPp nkc ij okUMjoky lehdj.k dks fy[kk tk
equations reduces to :- ldrk gS :-
(1) PV = RT – a/V (1) PV = RT – a/V
(2) PV = RT + Pb (2) PV = RT + Pb
(3) PV = RT (3) PV = RT
(4) PV = RT – a/V (4) PV = RT – a/V2
62. Solid AgNO3 is added to a solution which is 62. 0.1 M Cl– rFkk 0.1 M CrO42– okys foy;u esa Bksl
0.1 M in Cl– and 0.1 M in CrO42–. Ksp values AgNO3 feyk;k x;kA ;fn AgCl rFkk Ag2CrO 4ds
of AgCl and Ag 2 CrO 4 are 1.7 × 10 –10 and
foys;rk xq.kuQy Øe'k% 1.7 × 10–10 rFkk 1.9 × 10–12
1.9 × 10 –12 respectively.The concentration of
Cl– when Ag2CrO4 starts precipitating will be :-
gksa rks Cl– dh lkUærk ml le; Kkr dhft, tc Ag2CrO4
(1) 3.9 × 10–5M
dk vo{ksi.k izkjEHk gks tk,xk :-
(2) 2.9 × 10–5M (1) 3.9 × 10–5M
(2) 2.9 × 10–5M
(3) 3.9 × 10–3M
(3) 3.9 × 10–3M
(4) 1.9 × 10–2M (4) 1.9 × 10–2M
63. If dipole moment of AX3 molecule is zero then 63. ;fn AX3 v.kq dk f}/kzqo vk?kw.kZ 'kwU; gS rc v.kq dh lEHkkfor
possible shape of molecule will be :- vkÏfr gksxh :-
(1) Pyramidal (2) T–shape (1) fijkfeMh; (2) T–vkd`fr
(3) Trigonal planner (4) Tedrahedral (3) f=dks.kh; leryh; (4) prq"Qydh;
64. The correct IUPAC name of 64. fn;s x;s ;k S f xd dk lgh IUPAC uke g S
CH3 - CH2 - C - COOH is : CH3 - CH2 - C - COOH :-
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(1) 2-Methyl butanoic acid (1) 2-esfFky C;sVsuksbd vEy

(2) 2-Ethyl propenoic acid (2) 2-,sfFky izksihuksbd vEy
(3) 2- Carboxy-1- butene (3) 2-dkcksZDlh-1- C;wVhu
(4) None of the above (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugh
65. Which of the following compounds will not 65. fuEu esa ls dkSu VkWysu vfHkdeZd ds lkFk 'osr vo{ksi
give white precipitate with Tollen's reagent- ugh nsxk -
(1) Ethyne (2) 1-Butyne (1) bFkkbZu (2) 1-C;w VkbZ u
(3) 3-Methyl-1-butyne (4) 2-Pentyne (3) 3-esfFky -1-C; w VkbZ u (4) 2-isUVkbZ u

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66. For the reaction ˆˆ† OH– + H2PO4–
66. vfHkfØ;k H2O + HPO42– ‡ˆˆ
ˆˆ† OH– + H2PO4–
H2O + HPO42– ‡ˆˆ ds fy;s dkuS lk lgh gS ?
Which of the following is correct ?
vEy la ;qXeh vEy {kkj ;qXe
Acids Conjugate acid-base pairs
(1) H2O; H2PO4– H2O/HPO42– ;H2 PO4 – /OH–
– 2– – –
(1) H2O; H2PO4 H2O/HPO4 ;H2 PO4 /OH
2– – 2– –
(2) H2O; H2PO42– H2 O/H– ;H2PO4 2– /H2PO4 –
(2) H2O; H2PO4 H2 O/H ;H2PO4 /H2PO4
– – – 2–
(3) H2O; H2PO4– H2O/OH– ;H 2PO 4– /HPO4 2–
(3) H2O; H2PO4 H2O/OH ;H 2PO 4 /HPO4
2– – 2– – – (4) H2PO42–;H2PO4– HPO42– /OH–;H2 PO4 –/H2 O
(4) H2PO4 ;H2PO4 HPO4 /OH ;H2 PO4 /H2 O
67. If x is the velocity of an electron in first Bohr’s 67. ;fn cksgj ds izFke d{k esa bysDVªkWu dk osx x g]S rks cksgj ds
orbit. What would be the velocity of the rhljs d{k esa bysDVªkWu dk osx gksxk -
electron in third Bhor’s orbit -
x x x x
(1) (2) (3) 3x (4) 9 x (1) (2) (3) 3x (4) 9 x
9 3 9 3
68. H2O2 can act as all of these except 68. H2O2 buesa ls fdlds vfrfjä lHkh dh rjg dk;Z dj
(1) acid (2) base ldrk gS %&
(3) oxidising agent (4) reducing agent (1) vEy (2) {kkj (3) vkWDlhdkjd (4) vipk;d
69. The IUPAC name of the given compound is :- 69. fn;s x;s ;kSfxd dk lgh IUPAC uke gS %&
Br Br
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Cl - C - CHO Cl - C - CHO
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(1) 2-Bromo-2-chloro-2-fluoroethanal (1) 2-czkseks-2-Dyksjks-2-¶yksjks,Fs ksuy
(2) 1-Bromo-1-chloro-2-fluoroethanal (2) 1 czkseks-1-Dyksjks-2-¶yksjks,Fs ksuy
(3) 2-Fluoro-2-chloro-2-bromoethanal (3) 2-¶yksjks-2-Dyksjks-2-czke
s ks,Fs ksuy
(4) 1-Fluoro-1-chloro-1-bromoethanal (4) 1-¶yksjks-1-Dyksjks-1-czke
s ks,Fs ksuy
70. Among the following groups, the group that 70. fuEu esa ls dkSu csUthu dh bysDVªkWuLusgh ds lkFk vfHkfØ;k
deactivates the benzene ring for further dks fuf"Ø; djrk gS –
electrophilic substitution, is – (1) –OH (2) –CH3 (3) –NO2 (4) –NH2
(1) –OH (2) –CH3 (3) –NO2 (4) –NH 2
71. At 200ºC, nitrogen oxide reacts with oxygen 71. lehdj.k 2NO + O2 ‡ˆˆ ˆˆ† 2NO2 , kc = 3 × 106
to form nitrogen dioxide as follows : ds vuqlkj ukbfVªd vkWDlkbM vkWDlhtu ds lkFk vfHkfØ;k
ˆˆ† 2NO2 , kc = 3 × 106
2NO + O2 ‡ˆˆ djds ukbVª k stu MkbZ v kW D lkbM dk fuekZ . k djrk gS A
In a mixture of the three species at equilibrium, lkE;koLFkk ij rhuksa xSlksa ds feJ.k esa ge lgh&lgh vuqeku
we can accurately predict that dj ldrs gS :-
(1) The concentration of both NO and O2 will be (1) NO o O2 nksuksa dh lkanzrk NO2 dh rqyuk esa cgqr
much larger than the concentration of NO2
vfèkd gksxh
(2) The concentrations of both NO and O2 will be
much smaller than the concentration of NO2. (2) NO o O2 nksuksa dh lkanzrk NO2 dh rqyuk esa cgqr de
(3) The concentrations of either NO or O 2 gksxh.
(and possibly both) will be much smaller (3) ;k rks NO ;k O2 fdlh ,d dh lkanzrk (o lEHkor%
than the concentration of NO2 nksuksa) NO2 dh rqyuk esa cgqr de gksxhA
(4) The concentration of O2 will be exactly one
(4) O2 dh lkUnzrk NO dh lkanzrk dh Bhd vk/kh gksxhA
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72. What is the density (in g mL–1) of a 3.60 M 72. 3.60 M lY¶;w f jd vEy ds foy;u dk ?kuRo
aqeous sulphuric acid solution that is 29.0% (g/mL) D;k gksxk ;fn bl foy;u esa 29.0% Hkkj ds
H2SO4 by mass :- :i esa H2SO4 mifLFkr gS :-
(1) 1.22 (2) 1.45 (3) 1.64 (4) 1.88 (1) 1.22 (2) 1.45 (3) 1.64 (4) 1.88
73. The boiling point of water is exceptionally high 73. ty dk DoFkukad buesa ls fdlds dkj.k vioknLo:i vfèkd
due to gS
(1) covalent bond between H and O (1) H o O ds chp lgla;kstd ca/k
(2) linear shape (2) js[kh; lajpuk
(3) hydrogen bonding (3) gkbMªkstu ca/k
(4) non linear shape (4) vjs[kh; lajpuk
74. Which is a pair of geometrical isomers ? 74. dkSulk T;kferh leko;oh;ksa dk ;qXe gS ?
Cl Br Cl Br
Cl Br Cl Br I. C=C II. C=C
C=C H Br H CH3
I. C=C II.
H Br H CH3
Cl CH3 H Br
Cl CH3 H Br III. C=C IV. C=C
C=C Br H Cl CH3
Br H Cl CH3
(1) I vkjS II (2) I vkjS III
(1) I and II (2) I and III
(3) II and IV (4) III and IV (3) II vkjS IV (4) III vkjS IV
75. Friedel – Craft alkylation proceeds through 75. ÝhMy&Øk¶V vfHkfØ;k esa cuus okyk e /;orhZ gS -
the formation of intermediate - (1) ,fYdy ½.kk;u (2) ,fYdy eqä ewy d
(1) Alkyl anion (2) Alkyl free radical
(3) ,fYdy /kuk;u (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
(3) Alkyl cation (4) None of these
76. Which is correct statement : 76. fuEu esa ls dkuS lk dFku lgh gaS :
(1) On moving away from the nucleus, kinetic (1) gkbMªkstu ln`'; ijek.kqvksa esa ukfHkd ls nwj tkus ij
energy of electron decreases in a H-like atom. bysDVªkWuksa dh xfrt ÅtkZ ?kVrh gSA
(2) Energy difference between energy levels (2) ;fn fLFkfrt ÅtkZ dk eku vuUr ij 'kwU; ls vyx ekuk
will be changed, if P.E. at infinity assigned tk; rks fofHkUu ÅtkZ Lrjksa ds e/; ÅtkZ dk vUrj
value other than zero ifjo£rr gksxkA
(3) The difference in angular momentum (3) gkbMªkstu ijek.kq dh ,dkUrj d{kkvksa esa bysDVªkWuksa ls
associates with the electron present in
h lEcfU/kr dks.kh; laoxs dk vUrj gAS
alternate orbit of H-atom is 2p
2p (4) gkbMªkstu ijek.kq ds fofHkUu d{kkvksa esa bysDVªkWu dh
(4) Frequency of electron in an orbit in a
H-atom is in the order of f4 > f3 > f2 > f 1 vko` r h dk Øe f 4 > f 3 > f 2 > f 1 g S A
(fn : where n is orbit number for a given atom) (fn : tgk¡ n fn;s x;s ijek.kq dk d{kk Øekad gS )
77. Select the correct statement(s) 77. lgh dFku pqfu, %&
(1) The normal oxide formed by the element (1) pje ckabZ rjQ ds rRoksa }kjk cuk, x, vkWDlkbM vfèkdre
on extreme left is the most basic. {kkjh; gksrs gSA
(2) The tendency of group IA (i.e. 1 st group)
(2) IA lewg ds rRoksa dh vkWDlhtu vkf/kD; ;kSfxd cukus
to form oxygen rich compounds increases
from top to bottom.
dh izo`fÙk mij ls uhps tkus ij c<+rh gAS
(3) Oxides of metals are called as basic (3) /kkrqvksa ds vkWDlkbM {kkjh; ,ugkMªkbM (ty jfgr)
anhydrides. dgykrs gAS
(4)All are correct (4) lHkh lgh gAS

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78. Which of following reaction gives H2 gas? 78. dkSulh vfHkfØ;k H2 xl
S nsrh g\
(1) CaH2 + H2O (1) CaH2 + H2O
(2) Al + NaOH excess (2) Al + NaOH vkf/kD;
(3) Zn + dil. H2SO4 (3) Zn + ruq. H2SO4
(4) All (4) mijksDr lHkh

79. ¾¾¾ ® Major product ? Cl
hn 79. ¾¾¾
® eq[; mRikn gS

CH2–CH2–Cl Cl–CH–CH3 CH2–CH2–Cl Cl–CH–CH3

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

CH2–CH 3 CH2–CH 3
CH2–CH 3 CH2–CH 3

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

Cl Cl

80. Which of the following resonating structure 80. fuEu esa ls dkuS lh vuqukn lajpuk;a]s vuqukn ladj esa leku
contributes equally to the resonance hybrid. ;ksxnku nsrh gS %&
(1) CH3 – C – CH = CH – CH3 ¬¾® (1) CH3 – C – CH = CH – CH3 ¬¾®

CH3 – C = CH – C H – CH3 CH3 – C = CH – C H – CH3

(2) CH3 – C – NH2 ¬¾® CH 3 – C = NH 2 +
|| | (2) CH3 – C – NH2 ¬¾® CH 3 – C = NH 2
O ||
O- O
O O -
(3) CH3 – C ¬¾® CH3 – C O O
O- O (3) CH3 – C ¬¾® CH3 – C
(4) CH2 = CH – CH = O ¬¾®
+ -
(4) CH2 = CH – CH = O ¬¾®
CH 2 – CH = CH – O + -
CH 2 – CH = CH – O

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81. Three different gasses He, O2 & CH4 each of 81. rhu fHkUu xl S ksa izR;sd ds 1 eksy He, O2 vkjS CH4 dks
1 mole are expanded reversibly and mRØe.kh; :¼ks"e izfØ;k ls foLrkj dj jgs gaS ftudks xzkQ
adiabatically as shown in graph. esa fn[kk;k x;k gS


Then correct representation is rc lgh izn'kZu gksxk
(1) A ® He B ® O2 C ® CH4 (1) A ® He B ® O2 C ® CH4
(2) A ® CH4 B ® O2 C ® He (2) A ® CH4 B ® O2 C ® He
(3) A ® CH4 B ® He C ® O2 (3) A ® CH4 B ® He C ® O2
(4) A ® He B ® CH4 C ® O2 (4) A ® He B ® CH4 C ® O2
82. Which one of the following statements is 82. vk;uu ÅtkZ ds laEc/k esa fuEu esa ls dkSulk dFku vlR;
incorrect in relation to ionisation enthalpy ? gS ?
(1) Ionization enthalpy increases for each
successive electron. (1) ,d ds ckn ,d byDS VªkWu ds fy, vk;uu ÅtkZ c<+rh gSA

(2) The greatest increase in ionization enthalpy (2) vk;uu ÅtkZ esa lcls vf/kd o`f¼ vfØ; xSl foU;kl
is experienced on removal of electron from
ds dksj ls bysDVªkWu dks gVkus ij vuqHko gksrh gAS
core of noble gas configuration.
(3) Determination of valence electrons is (3) la;ksth bySDVªkWu dk fu/kkZj.k vk;uu ÅtkZ esa cM+s varj ls
marked by a large jump in ionization fpfUgr gksrk gAS
(4) Removal of electron from orbitals bearing (4) de n eku ds d{kd ls bySDVªkWu gVkuk] vf/kd n eku
lower n value is easier than from orbital ds d{kd ds ctk; vklku gAS
having higher n value.
83. Which is least thermally stable? 83. fuEu esa ls dkuS rkih; :i ls lcls de LFkk;h gS ?
(1) Li2CO3 (2) Na2CO3 (1) Li2CO3 (2) Na2CO3
(3) K2CO3 (4) Rb 2CO3 (3) K2CO3 (4) Rb 2CO3
84. A mixture of ethyl iodide and n-propyl 84. ,sfFky vk;ksMkbZM vkSj n-izkfs iy vk;ksMkbZM feJ.k esa
iodide is subjected to Wurtz reaction. The oqVZt vfHkfØ;k djkbZ tkrh gS ] dkSulk gkbMªksdkcZ u ugh
hydrocarbon that will not be formed is- cusxk -
(1) n–Butane (2) Isobutane (1) n–C; wVsu (2) vkblks C;q Vsu
(3) n–Pentane (4) n–Hexane (3) n–isUVsu (4) n–gsDlsu
85. Find the strongest acid among the following 85. fuEu ;kfS xdks esa ls izcyre vEy gS %&
(1) CH3CHCOOH (2) CH3 – CH – COOH
(1) CH3CHCOOH (2) CH3 – CH – COOH
NO2 Cl
NO2 Cl
C ºN
C ºN

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86. In the following figure, when the two stopcocks 86. fuEufyf[kr fp= esa ;fn nksuks LVkWi&dkWd dks [kksy fn;k
are opened, the total pressure inside the flask tk;s rks vUnj dqy nkc gksxk :-
will be :-

CO2 H2 Ar
CO2 H2 Ar 2.13 atm 1.0L 1.15 atm
2.13 atm 1.0L 1.15 atm 1.5L 0.861 atm 2.0L
1.5L 0.861 atm 2.0L

(1) 1.41 atm (2) 2.41 atm (1) 1.41 atm (2) 2.41 atm
(3) 3.41 atm (4) 1.12 atm (3) 3.41 atm (4) 1.12 atm
87. Select the correct order of solubility (in water) 87. fuEu esa ls tyh; foy;u esa foys; rk dk lgh Øe
from the following :- pqfu, :-
(1) SrSO4 < CaSO4 < MgSO4 < BeSO4 (1) SrSO4 < CaSO4 < MgSO4 < BeSO4
(2) NaF < KF < RbF < CsF (2) NaF < KF < RbF < CsF
(3) Ba(OH)2 > Sr(OH)2 > Ca(OH)2 > Mg(OH)2 (3) Ba(OH)2 > Sr(OH)2 > Ca(OH)2 > Mg(OH)2
(4) All of these (4) lHkh lgh gSA
88. Which one of the following does not impart 88. fuEufyf[kr es ls dkSulk ,d yo.k Tokyk dks jax iznku ugh
colour to the flame :- djrk gS :-
(1) MgCl2 (2) NaCl (1) MgCl2 (2) NaCl
(3) SrCl2 (4) BaCl2 (3) SrCl2 (4) BaCl2
89. When n–butyl magnesium iodide reacts with 89. tc n–C;wfVy eSfXuf'k;e vk;ksMkbZM dh vfHkfØ;k ikuh
water the product is : ds lkFk gksrh gS rks mRikn D;k gksxk :-
(1) n– Butane (1) n– C;wVsu
(2) a –Butylene (2) a–C;w fVyhu
(3) n–Butyl alcohol (3) n–C;w fVy ,Ydksg kW y
(4) n–Butyl ether (4) n–C;w fVy bZ Fkj
90. Order of basic strength in the following 90. fuEu ;ksfxdks dh {kkjh; {kerk dk Øe gS %&
compounds. .. ..
.. .. .. NH2 NH2
.. NH2 NH2 NH2

(1) II > I > III (2) I > II > III
(1) II > I > III (2) I > II > III
(3) III > II > I (4) II > III > I (3) III > II > I (4) II > III > I

fdlh iz' u ij ns j rd :dks ugha A

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91. Find out mismatched pair/pairs? 91. vlqesfyr ;qXe ;k ;qXeksa dks igpkfu, ?

Common lk/kkj.k uke dqy x.k

Family Order
A. Wheat Poaceae Sapindales A. xsgw¡ iks,fl lsfiuMsy~l
B. Mango Anacardiaceae Poales B. vke ,ukdkjfM,flZ iks,y~l
C. House fly Muscidae Diptera
D. Man Hominidae Primata C. eD[kh eqflfM fMiVsjk
D. ekuo gksfefufM izkbesVk
(1) Only B

(2) A and B (1) dsoy B

(2) A vkjS B
(3) A and C
(3) A vkjS C
(4) B and D (4) B vkjS D
92. Plant having vascular tissues but no seeds - 92. ik/S ks esa laoguh Ård rFkk cht ugh -
(1) Polytrichum (1) ikWyhVªkbde
(2) Equisetum (2) bfDoflV~e
(3) Sequoia (3) lhdksb ;k
(4) Funaria (4) Qqusfjvk
93. Which of following represent correct sequence 93. fuEu esa dkSulk Øe fp= dks lgh izn£'kr djrk gS %&
of given figure ?

(1) nh?kZiznhIr dkyh ikni] vYi iznhIr dkyh ikni] fnol

(1) Long day plant, short day plant, Day neutral
plant fujis{k ikni

(2) Short day plant, long day plant, Day neutral (2) vYi iznhIr dkyh ikni] nh?kZinz hIr dkyh ikni] fnol
plant fujis{k ikni
(3) Long day plant, Day neutral plant, Shor day (3) nh?kZinz hIr dkyh ikni] fnol fujis{k ikni] vYi iznhIr
dkyh ik/S kk
(4) Short day plant, Day neutral plant, Long
day plant (4) vYi iznhIr dkyh ik/S kk] fnol fujis{k ikni] nh?kZ iznhIr
dkyh ikni

J ges ' kk eq L djkrs jgsa A

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94. Match the column I with column II and select 94. LrEHk I dk LrEHk II ls feyku dhft, vkjS uhps fn;s x;s
out correct option from the code given below dwV esa ls lgh dk pquko dhft, %&
Column I Column II LrEHk I LrEHk II
(Element) (Enzyme) (rRo) (,Utkbe )

(a) Mo (i) Alcohol (a) Mo (i) ,Ydksgy

dehydrogenase fMgkbMªksftusl
(b) Zn2+ (ii) Nitrogenase
(b) Zn2+ (ii) ukbVªksftusl
(c) Mg (iii) Kinase
(c) Mg2+ (iii) dkbust
(1) a (i) b (ii) c (iii)
(1) a (i) b (ii) c (iii)
(2) a (ii) b (i) c (iii)
(2) a (ii) b (i) c (iii)
(3) a (iii) b (ii) c (i) (3) a (iii) b (ii) c (i)
(4) a (iii) b (i) c (ii) (4) a (iii) b (i) c (ii)
95. Read the following statement 95. fuEu dFkuksa dks if<,
(A) The main axis terminates in a flower (A) eq[; v{k iq"i esa lekIr gksrk gAS
(B) Limited growth
(B) lhfer o`f¼
(C) The flowers born in a acropetal succession
(C) iq"i vxzkfHklkjh Øe esa yxk gksrk gAS
Which of the following statement are correct
with respect to cymose type of infloresence? fuEu esa ls dkuS ls dFku llhek{kh iq"iØe ds lEcU/k esa lgh g\
(1) Only A (2) Only B (1) dsoy A (2) dsoy B
(3) Only A and B (4) All of the above (3) dsoy A vkjS B (4) mijksä lHkh
96. Notochord is a____A____derived-rod-like 96. i`"B jTtq ,d____A____mn~Hkkfor naMuqek lajpuk gS tks
structure formed on the ____B____side during jTtqdhvksa esa Hkwz.kh; mn~fodkl ds nkjS ku ____B____Hkkx
embryonic development in chordates esa curh gS
(1) Mesodermally Ventral (1) e/;'pehZ; v/kj
(2) Ectodermally Dorsal (2) cká'pehZ; i`"B
(3) Endodermally Ventral (3) var'pehZ; v/kj
(4) Mesodermally Dorsal (4) e/;'pehZ; i`"B
97. Which of the following is incorrect w.r.t. 97. buesa ls dkSulk tUrq] mlds mRlthZ lajpuk rFkk ukbVªksthuh
animals, their excretory structure, and the type vif'k"V inkFkZ ds ckjs esa xyr fn;k gS ?
of nitrogenous waste excreted by them?
tUrq mRlthZ ukbVªk st uh
Animals Excretory Nitrogenous
laj puk vif'k"V inkFkZ
structures waste
(1) Rana o Dd ;wf jd vEy
(1) Rana Kidneys Uricotelic
(2) Pheretima Nephridia Urea
(2) Pheretima o Ddd ;wf j;k
(3) Periplaneta Malpighian Uricotelic
(3) Periplaneta ekyihxh ;wf jd vEy
(4) Tadpole larva Kidneys Ammonotelic ufydk mRlthZ
of frog (4) es< d
+ dk VsM iksy o Dd veksf u;k
ykokZ mRlthZ
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98. The four sketches (A, B, C and D) given below 98. fuEufyf[kr pkj js[kk fp=] (A, B, C rFkk D) pkj fofHkUu
represents four different types of animal tissue. izdkj ds tUrq mrd dks nZ'kkrs gSa] crkb;s fuEu esa ls dkSulk
Which one of these is correctly identified in the
vius lgh LFkku rFkk dk;Z ds lkFk lqefs yr gaS %&
option given along with its correct location and
function ?

(A) (B)
(A) (B)

(C) (D)
(C) (D)

fodYi :-
Option :-
mrd LFkku dk;Z
Tissue Location Function (1) (B) olh; Ård Ropk ds uhps rFkk lkekU;r%
(1) (B) Adipose Beneath the skin Generally vkek'k; ij ÅtkZ iznku
tissue & on the stomach provide the djrs gaS
(2) (C) Dense In the skin Provide the (2) (C) l?ku Ropk esa izR;kLFkrk
irregular elasticity vfu;fer iznku djrk
connective la;ksth Ård gAS
(3) (D) mikfLFk d'ks:d n.M dh nks >Vdksa ls
(3) (D) Cartilage Between adjacent Prevents the
bones of the jerk vfLFk;ksa ds e/; cpkrk gS
vertebral column
(4) (A) i{ekHk vkek'k; dk vkarfjd L=ko.k o
(4) (A) Ciliated Inner lining of Secretion &
LrEHkkdkj Lrj vo'kks"k.k
columnar stomach absorption
epithelium midyk

99. Which of the following are in direct contact 99. fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkuS AV dikVksa ds lh/ks laidZ esa gksrk
with the AV valves and prevent these from gS rFkk dikVksa dks okil vkfyUn dh vksj [kqyus ls cpkrk
collapsing back into atria gS %&
(1) Chordae tendinae (1) dkWMhZ VsfUMuh
(2) Columnae carnae (2) dkWyeus dkWuhZ
(3) Papillary muscle (3) ii S hyjh is'kh
(4) Musculi pectinatii (4) eLdqyh isDVhusVh
100. Dissociation curve is associated with - 100. fo;kstu oØ fdl ls layXu gS \
(1) Carbonic anhydrase (1) dkcksZfud ,ugkbMªst
(2) CO (2) CO
(3) CHCl3 (3) CHCl3
(4) Oxyhaemoglobin (4) vkWDlhtfur gheksXyksfcu

viuh {kerk dks iwj k olw yus dk iz; kl djs a A

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101. Identify following plants 101. fuEufyf[kr ikS/kksa dks igpkfu, %&

A. (i) Salvinia A. (i) lky~fofu;k

B. (ii) Ginkgo B. (ii) fxad~xks

C. (iii) Selaginella C. (iii) lsyfS tuy

S k

D. (iv) Sphagnum D. (iv) LQx

S ue

(1) A-(iii), B-(i), C-(iv), D-(iii) (1) A-(iii), B-(i), C-(iv), D-(iii)
(2) A-(iii), B-(iv), C-(i), D-(ii) (2) A-(iii), B-(iv), C-(i), D-(ii)
(3) A-(iii), B-(i), C-(ii), D-(iv) (3) A-(iii), B-(i), C-(ii), D-(iv)
(4) A-(i), B-(ii), C-(iii), D-(iv)
(4) A-(i), B-(ii), C-(iii), D-(iv)
102. Read the following statements (A ® E) and 102. fuEufyf[kr dFkuksa (A ® E) dks if<, vkSj vkxs fn;s mÙkjksa
answer as asked next to them :- dks igpkfu, :-
(A) A bud is present in the axil of leaflets of Neem. (A) uhe esa i=d dh i.kZo`r d{k ij dyh ik;h tkrh gAS
(B) Leaflets are attached at a common point i.e., (B) uhe dh MaBy dh uksd ij i=d ,d lkekU; fcUnq ij
at the tip of petiole in Neem. tqM+s gksrs gAS
(C) In Maize the leaf base expands into a sheath (C) eDdk esa i.kZ/kkj pknj dh rjg QyS dj rus dks iwjk vFkok
covering the stem partially or wholly. vkaf'kd :i ls <d ysrk gAS
(D) In Calotropis more than two leaves arise at (D) dsyksVªksfil esa ,d gh xkaB ij nks ls vf/kd ifÙk;k¡
a node and form a whorl. fudyrh gS vkjS ,d pDdj cukrh gAS
(E) Half inferior ovary is present in Plum. (E) vk/kk v/kksg vaMk'k; csj esa ekStwn gksrk gSA
How many of above statements are correct ? Åij fn;s x;s dFkuksa esa fdrus lgh gS ?
(1) Three (2) Four (3) Five (4) Two (1) rhu (2) pkj (3) ik¡p (4) nks

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103. Which of the following is product of two 103. fuEu esa ls dkuS lk vkblks flfVªd vEy ds nks MhdkcksfZ Dlys'ku
decarboxylation of isocitric acid ? dk mRikn gS ?
(1) Succinyl Co–A
(1) lDlhukby Co–A
(2) a-ketoglutaric acid
(2) a-dhVksXywV sfjd vEy
(3) Citric acid (3) flfVªd vEy
(4) Oxalo succinic acid (4) vksDlsyks lDlhuhd vEy
104. Water move from a cell _____ water potential 104. ty dk LFkkukrja.k_____ ty foHko dh dksf'kdk ls
to a cell ______ water potential ______ ty foHko dh dksf'kdk dh vksj gksrk gS %&
(1) Higher, lower (1) T;knk] de
(2) Lower, higher (2) de] T;knk
(3) Less negative, high negative (3) de uxsfVo] T;knk uxsfVo
(4) Both (1) & (3) (4) nksuksa (1) vkjS (3)
105. Some example are given below select out how 105. uhps fn;s x;s dqN mnkgj.kksa esa ls irk yxkvksa fd fdrus
many have actinomorphic and how many have f=T;lefer vkjS fdrus ,dO;kl lefer j[krs gS
zygmorphic symmetry. Mustard, Datura, Chilli, Pea, Gulmohar, Bean,
Mustard, Datura, Chilli, Pea, Gulmohar, Bean, Cassia, Canna
Cassia, Canna
Actinomorphic Zygomorphic f=T;lefefr ,dO;kl lefefr
(1) 4 3 (1) 4 3
(2) 5 3 (2) 5 3
(3) 4 4 (3) 4 4
(4) 3 4 (4) 3 4
106. The four sketches (A,B,C and D) given below, 106. uhps fn;s x, pkj fp=ksa (A,B,C rFkk D) esa] pkj tUrq fn[kk,
represent four animals. Which of these is x, gaSA buesa ls fdl ,d dks uhps fn;s x, fodyi esa lgh
correctly identified in the options given, along igpkuk x;k ,oa mlds izdkj rFkk Qkbye Hkh lgh fn;s x;s
with its correct type and phylum :- gS :-

(a) (b) (a) (b)

(d) (d)
(c) (c)

Animal Type Phylum tUrq izdkj Qkbye

1 Scorpion Living fossil Mollusca 1 fcPNw thf
'e eksyLdk
2 Locusta Gregarious pest Arthropoda 2 yksdLVk ;wFk ihM+d vkFkkZis ksMk
3 Butter fly Vector Arthropoda 3 frryh okgd vkFkkZis ksMk
4 Prawn Parasitic Arthropoda
4 izkus ijthoh vkFkkZis ksMk

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107. With reference to cockroach, match the 107. frypV~Vs ds laca/k ls LraHkksa dk lgh feyku djsa :-
following columns :-
dWk ye -I dWk ye -II
Column-I Column-II
(A) xqn h; yqe (1) 4th o 6th [kaM
(A) Anal cerci (1) 4th or 6th segments

(B) Tegmina (2) 10th segment (B) Vsxfeu (2) 10 oha [kaM

(C) Testes (3) Forewings (C) o`"k.k (3) vxz ia[k

(D) Ommatidia (4) Sclerites (D) us=k'kad (4) dBd

Units of compound (E) cká dadky (5) la;qDr us= dh bZdkbZ
(E) Exoskeleton (5)
(1) (A)-(2), (B)-(3), (C)-(1), (D)-(5), (E)-(4) (1) (A)-(2), (B)-(3), (C)-(1), (D)-(5), (E)-(4)
(2) (A)-(4), (B)-(3), (C)-(2), (D)-(5), (E)-(1) (2) (A)-(4), (B)-(3), (C)-(2), (D)-(5), (E)-(1)
(3) (A)-(3), (B)-(4), (C)-(5), (D)-(2), (E)-(1) (3) (A)-(3), (B)-(4), (C)-(5), (D)-(2), (E)-(1)
(4) (A)-(5), (B)-(4), (C)-(3), (D)-(2), (E)-(1) (4) (A)-(5), (B)-(4), (C)-(3), (D)-(2), (E)-(1)
108. Identify the type of epithelial tissue shown 108. uhps fn, x, midyk mÙkd dks igpkfu, rFkk mldks gekjs
below as well as the related right place of its 'kjhj esa mlds ik, tkus ds LFkku rFkk mlds dk;Z ds lkFk layXu
occurrence in our body along with its correct djks vkSj ml lgh fodYi dk pquko fdft, ftlesa ;s
function and select the correct option for the lqesfyr gks ?
two together ?

fodYi :-
Option :-
Type of epithelial Occurance & its midyk mÙkd dk
LFkku rFkk dk;Z
Tissue function iz d kj
(1) Simple squamous - Found in wall of (1) ljy 'kYdh; midyk jä okfguh rFkk Qq¶Qql dh ok;q
Epithelium blood vessels and air
dwfidkvksa dh nhokj ij ik,
sacs of lungs.
- Function-forming a tkrs gS
diffusion boundary dk;Z & folj.k lrg dk fuekZ.k
(2) Simple cuboidal - Found in wall of the
(2) ljy ?kukdkj midyk xzafFk;ksa dh uyh dh nhokj esa
epithelium ducts of gland
- Function-diffusion dk;Z&folj.k rFkk mRltZu
and excretion
(3) Simple columnar - Found in wall of (3) ljy LrEHkkdkj usÝkWu dh nhokj rFkk xzafFk dh
epithelium nephrones and wall midyk uyh dh nhokj esa
of ducts of glands dk;Z &L=ko.k rFkk vo'kks"k.k
- Function-secretion
and Absorption
(4) ljy 'kYdh; midyk vkek'k; rFkk vka= dh nhokj esaA
(4) Simple squamous - Found in wall of dk;Z & vo'kks"k.k rFkk L=ko.k
epithelium stomach and intestine
- Function-absorption
and secretion

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109. Which of the following blood vascular by 109. ifjlapj.k ra= esa dkSulk miekxZ tUe ls igys mifLFkr gksrk
passes are present in the circulatory system gS %&
before birth (1) Qksjkesu vksoy s
(1) Foramen ovale (2) Qkslk vksofs yl
(2) Fossa ovalis
(3) MDVl vkVhZfj;ksfll
(3) Ductus arteriosus
(4) Both (1) & (3) (4) (1) rFkk (3) nksuksa
110. All of the following structures are situated in 110. fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdldks NksM +dj lHkh la jpuk, o` Dd
the renal medulla except - eè;ka'k esa ikbZ tkrh gS -
(1) Loop of Henle (1) gsuys dk ywi
(2) Vasa recta (2) oklk jsDVk
(3) Duct of Bellini (3) csfyuh dh ufydk
(4) DCT (4) DCT (nwjLFk dqaMfyr ufydk)
111. Haplo-diplontic pattern of life cycle is present 111. gsiyks fMiyksufVd (vxqf.kre&f}xqf.krd) rjhds dk thou
in- pØ fdlesa ik;k tkrk gS -
(1) Funaria (2) Ectocarpus (1) Qwusfj;k (2) ,DVksdkiZl
(3) Polysiphonia (4) All (3) ikWfylkbQksfuvk (4) lHkh esa
112. Match the following figures with there related 112. fuEufyf[kr ikS/kksa dks muls lacaf/kr fp=ksa ls igpkfu, ?
plants ?
(A) i. xqMgy
(A) i. China rose

(B) ii. vkjtheksu

(B) ii. Argemone

(C) iii. xqyeksgj

(C) iii. Gulmohur

(D) iv. csj

(D) iv. Plum

Option :- fodYi %&

(1) A - iii, B - iv, C - ii, D - i (1) A - iii, B - iv, C
ii, D - i -
(2) A - iv, B - iii, C - i, D - ii (2) A - iv, B - iii, C
i, D - ii -
(3) A - iii, B - iv, C - i, D - ii (3) A - iii, B - iv, C
i, D - ii -
(4) A - iv, B - iii, C - ii, D - i (4) A - iv, B - iii, C
ii, D - i -
113. Florigen is synthesized in :- 113. ¶yksjhtu dk la'ys"k.k gksrk gS :-
(1) Stem (2) Leaves (1) ruk esa (2) ifÙk;ka esa
(3) Root (4) Fruits (3) ewy esa (4) Qy esa
114. Number of carboxylation in photosynthesis in 114. lks j ?ke (Tokj ) rFkk eDdk es iz d k'k la ' ys " k.k es
Sorghum and maize is :- dkcksZfDlyhdj.k dh la[;k gS :-
(1) 1 (2) 2 (3) 3 (4) 4 (1) 1 (2) 2 (3) 3 (4) 4

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115. Find the incorrect statement(s) from the 115. fuEu fn;s x;s dFkuksa ls xyr dFku dk irk yxkvks vkjS tokc
following and give correct answer :- l gh mÙkj nks :-
(A) Family is a group of related genera with less
number of similarities than genus and (A) dqy lEcf/kr oa'k ds lewg gksrs gS tks oa'k rFkk tkfr
species dh rqyuk esa de lekurk izn£'kr djrs gAS
(B) Genera are aggregates of closely related (B) oa'k lehiLFk lacf/kr tkfr;ksa dk ,d lewg gksrk gAS
(C) izR;sd o£xdh laoxZ oxZd oxhZdj.k dh bZdkbZ dks
(C) Every taxonomic category / taxon
represents a unit of classification
izn£'kr djrk gSA

(D) ICNB is a code for nomenclature of plants (D) ICNB dksM dsoy ikni ukseus dyspj ds fy, gksrk
only gSA
(1) Only A & B (1) dsoy A & B
(2) Only B (2) dsoy B
(3) Only C & D (3) dsoy C & D
(4) Only D (4) dsoy D
116. Consider the following figure & choose the 116. uhps fn, x, fp= ij fopkj dhft, vkSj lgh fodYi
correct option :- pqus :-

(1) fu;fer l?ku daMjk is'kh dks Ropk ls

(1) Regular dense Tendon Connects
la;ksth mÙkd tksMu+ k
connective tissue muscle
to skin
(2) fu;fer l?ku Luk;q vfLFk dks vfLFk
(2) Regular dense Ligament Connects la;ksth mÙkd ls tksM+uk
connective tissue bone
to bone
(3) vfu;fer l?ku daMjk is'kh dks vfLFk ls
(3) Irregular dense Tendon Connects la;ksth mÙkd tksMu+ k
connective tissue muscle
to bone (4) vfu;fer l?ku Luk;q is'kh dks vfLFk ls
(4) Irregular dense Ligament Connects la;ksth mÙkd tksMu+ k
connective tissue muscle
to bone

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117. Observe the diagram and identify the structures 117. fp= dks nsf[k, rFkk vafdr lajpukvksa dks igpkfu, rFkk lgh
labelled and choose the correct option: fodYi pqfu, :

(1) A-Spermatheca, B-Collaterial glands, (1) A- 'kq Ø xz f gdk , B- 'ys " d xz a f Fk , C- tuu d{k ,
C-Genital chamber, D - Common oviduct D - lkekU; vaMokfguh
(2) A-Common oviduct , B-Genital chamber,
(2) A-lkekU; vaMokfguh, B-tuu d{k, C-'ys"d xzfUFk,
C-collaterial glands, D-spermatheca
(3) A-collaterial gland, B-Common oviduct or
vagina, C - Spermatheca, D - Genital (3) A- 'ys " d xz f UFk , B- lkekU; va M o k fguh ]
chamber C - 'kqØxzkfgdk, D - tuud{k
(4) A - Genital chamber, B-Collaterial glands, (4) A - tuu d{k, B-'ys"d xzfUFk, C-lkekU; va.Mokfguh,
C-Common oviduct , D-Spermatheca D-'kqØxzkfgdk
118. Find the correct statement w.r.t mechanism of 118. gkWeksZu dk;Zfof/k dh izfØ;k ds lanHkZ esa lgh dFku dk pquko
hormonal action shown. dhft, %&

(1) Hormones exhibiting such mechanism (1) gkWeksZu bl fØ;kfof/k dks f>Yyh cfU/kr xzkgh;ksa ds lkFk
interact with membrane bound receptors layXu gksdj izn£'kr djrs gSA
(2) These hormones generate second (2) ;s gkWeksZu f}rh;d lan's kokgd dk mRiknu djrs gaS tks
messengers to mediate their action muds dk;Z dh e/;LFkrk djrk gSA
(3) Hormones exhibiting such mechanism (3) gkWeksZu bl fØ;kfof/k dks izn£'kr djrs g]S oks T;knkrj
mostly regulate gene expression or thu vfHkO;fä ;k Øksekslkse ds dk;Z dk fu;eu djrs
chromosome function gSA
(4) Such hormonal mechanism does not result (4) bu gkWeksZu dh fØ;kfof/k dk ifj.kke 'kkjhfjd rFkk o`f¼
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119. Which is true for thyrocalcitonin? 119. FkkbjksdSfYlVksfuu ds lanHkZ esa fuEu esa ls dkSu lR; gS ?
(1) Produced by parathyroid, decreases Ca++ (1) ijS kFkkbjkbM }kjk mRiknu] ECF esa Ca++ dh ek=k dks
in ECF de djrk gAS
(2) FkkbjkbM }kjk mRiknu] ECF esa Ca++ dh ek=k dks
(2) Produced by thyroid, decreases Ca ++ in
de djrk gAS
(3) ijS kFkkbjkbM }kjk mRiknu] ECF esa Ca++ dh ek=k dks
(3) Produced by parathyroid, increases Ca++ c<+krk gAS
in ECF (4) FkkbjkbM }kjk mRiknu] ECF esa Ca++ dh ek=k dks
(4) Produced by thyroid, increases Ca++ in ECF c<+krk gAS
120. Which of the following statements is false? 120. buesa ls dkSulk dFku xyr gS ?
(1) Locomotion and many other movements (1) xeu rFkk fofHkUu izdkj ds lapyuksa ds fy, leUof;r
require coordinated muscular activities is'kh; dk;Zfof/k;ksa dh t:jr gksrh gAS
(2) Muscle is a specialised tissues of (2) is'kh ,d fof'k"V Ård ftldk mn~Hko var'pehZ; gksrk
endodermal in origin gSA
(3) There are about 639 muscles which
(3) euq"; 'kjhj esa yxHkx 639 isf'k;k¡ gksrh gaS 'kkjhfjdHkkj
contribute about 40-50 % of adult body
dk 40-50 % Hkkx cukrh gAS
(4) Muscles show contractibility, excitability (4) is'kh;k¡ ladqpu'khyrk] mÙkstu'khyrk rFkk izR;kLFkrk
and elasticity izn£'kr djrh gSA
121. Bracket fungi or puff balls belongs to - 121. czSdsV dod o iQ xsan fdlds varxZr vkrs gS -
(1) Deuteromycetes (2) Ascomycetes (1) M;wfVjksekbflVht (2) ,sLdksekbflVht
(3) Basidiomycetes (4) Phycomycetes (3) csflfM;ksekbflVht (4) QkbdksekbflVht
122. Match the following floral formulas with there 122. fuEufyf[kr ikni lw=ksa dks muds ikniksa ds lkFk igpkfu, ?
related plants ? A. + K(5) C(5) A5 GG i. ljlks

A. + K(5) C(5) A5 GG i. Mustard

(2)(2) B. % K(5) C1 + 2 + (2) A(9) + 1 G 1 ii. ,yks;
B. % K(5) C1 + 2 + (2) A(9) + 1 G1 ii. Aloe
C. + K2 + 2 C4 A2 + 4 G(2) iii. Y;qfiu
C. + K2 + 2 C4 A2 + 4 G(2) iii.Lupin
D. Br + P(3 + 3) A3 + 3 G (3) iv. vkyw
D. Br + P(3 + 3) A3 + 3 G (3) iv.Potato
Option :- fodYi %&
(1) A - iv, B - iii, C - i, D - ii (1) A - iv, B - iii, C - i, D - ii
(2) A - iv, B - iii, C - ii, D - i (2) A - iv, B - iii, C - ii, D - i
(3) A - iii, B - iv, C - i, D - ii (3) A - iii, B - iv, C - i, D - ii
(4) A - iii, B - iv, C - ii, D - i (4) A - iii, B - iv, C - ii, D - i
123. The three boxes in this diagram represent the 123. fn;s x;s fp= esa rhu cDls ok;qoh; 'olu ds rhu izeq[k
three major biosynthetic pathways in aerobic toS la'ys"kh (biosynthetic) ekxZ dk izfrfuf/kRo gS] rhj 'kq¼
respiration. Arrow represent net reactants or vfHkdkjd ;k mRikn dk izfrfuf/kRo djrk gS %&

Arrow numbered 4, 8 and 12 can all be

rhj Øekad 4, 8 rFkk 12 lHkh gksaxs %&

(1) FAD+ or FADH2 (2) NADH (1) FAD+ or FADH2 (2) NADH
(3) ATP (4) H2O (3) ATP (4) H2O

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124. Which of the following is not correct statement 124. fuEu es a dk S ulk dFku cz k ;ksQ kbV ds fy, lgh ugh
for bryophytes ? gS\
(1) Their plant body is more differentiated than (1) budk ikni 'kjhj 'kSoky ls vf/kd foHksfnr gksrk
that of algae
(2) Sporophyte is not free-living but attached
to photosynthetic gametophyte and derive (2) chtk.kqnfHkn~ eqDr thoh ugha gksrk gS ysfdu izdk'kla'ys"kh
nourishment from it ;qXedksn~fHkn~ ls tqM+k jgrk gS vkjS iks"k.k izkIr djrk gAS
(3) All cells of the sporophyte undergo (3) chtk.kqnfHkn~ dh lHkh dksf'kdk,a U;wudkjh foHkktu djrh
reduction division to produce haploid gS vkjS vxqf.kr chtk.kq mRiUu djrh gAS
(4) blesa tM+&leku ] i.kZ&leku] vkjS rus leku lajpuk
(4) They may possess root-like leaf-like and
stem-like structures
gks ldrh gAS
125. Some algal members are given in a box. 125. uhps dqN 'ko
S ky ds lnL; fn;s x;s gS %&
Porphyra, Gracilaria, Polysiphonia, Gelidium, iks j Qk;jk ] xzs f lysf j;k ] iks y hlEÝksf u;k ] ftys f M;e]
Ectocarpus, Ulothrix, Laminaria ,DVksdkiZl] ;wyksfFkzDl] ySfeusfj;kA
How many of them lack flagella in their life
blesa ls fdruks ds thou pØ esa ¶yt S yk vuqifLFkr gksrk g?S
(1) Six (2) Five (3) Three (4) Four (1) N% (2) ik¡p (3) rhu (4) pkj
126. Cavity of sphenoid bone, in which pituitary 126. Sphenoid vfLFk dh xqgk] ftlesa ih;w"k xzafFk ikbZ tkrh g]S
gland is present called :- dgykrk gS %&
(1) Sella turcica (2) Cranium (1) lsyk Vjfldk (2) diky
(3) Pituitary pit (4) Parietal cavity (3) ih;w"k xìk (4) isjkbVy xqgk
127. Which one of the following pairs of kind of 127. fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdl ;qXe dh dksf'kdk,¡ rFkk mudk dk;Z
cells and their function is not correctly lqefs yr ugh gS ?
matched? (1) isjkbVy dksf'kdk - HCl rFkk ut S dkjd dk
(1) Parietal cells - secrete hydrochloric L=ko
acid and intrinsic factor (2) vehyksCykLV - MsfUVu dk L=ko
(2) Ameloblasts - secrete dentine dksf'kdk
(3) Zymogen cells - secrete a large quantity (3) tkbekstu dksf'kdk - izpqj ek=k esa isfIlukstu dk
of pepsinogen L=ko
(4) Paneth cells - Antibacterial secretion (4) isfuFk dksf'kdk - thok.kqjks/kh dk L=ko
128. Identify the hormone with its correct matching 128. gkW eks Z u dks mlds L=ksr rFkk dk;ks ± ds lkFk lq e sf yr
of source and functions dh igpku djsa %&
Hormone Source & Function gkWeksZu L=ksr rFkk dk;Z
(1) Oxytocin - Posterior pituitary, growth
and maintenance of (1) vkWDlhVksflu i'p ih;q"k xzafFk] nqX/k xzazfFk dh
mammary gland o`f¼ rFkk j[k j[kko
(2) Atrial - Heart ANF can cause vaso (2) Atrial ân; ANF okfgdk esa ladqpu
natriuretic constriction, increase the nutriuretic djrk gS rFkk BP esa o`f¼ djrk
factor BP factor
(3) Melatonin - Pineal gland, regulate the
normal rhythm of (3) eSysVksfuu fifu;y xzafFk] lksus&tkxus okys
sleepwake cycle pØ dk fu;eu
(4) ADH - Adenohypophysis, ADH (4) ADH ,MhuksgkbiksQkbfll] ADH ty
facilitates water ds iqu% vo'kks"k.k dks c<+krk gSA
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129. Which one of the following animals is correctly 129. buesa ls dkSuls tUrq dks mldh ,d fo'ks"krk rFkk VSDlksu ls
matched with its one characteristics and the taxon lgh feyku fd;k x;k gS \
Animal Characteristic Taxon tUrq fo'ks" krk VSDlksu
Duckbilled 1 Mdfcy IySfVil vaMt Lru/kkjh
1 Oviparous Mammal
Ventral nerve 2 feyhihM v/kj raf=dk rarq Lru/kkjh
2 Milipede Mammal
cord 3 leqnz ,suheksu f=dksfjd ukbMsfj;k
3 Sea Anemone Triploblastic Cnidaria
4 flYojfQ'k val rFkk Jks.kh jTtqdh
Pectoral and Pelvic
4 Silverfish Chordata ehuia[k
130. Na+ - K+ pump 130. Na+ - K+ ia i
I. dk;Z djus ds fy, ÅtkZ (ATP) dh t:jr gksrh gAS
I. Needs energy (ATP) to work
II. 2K+ vk;kr ij 3 Na+ fu;kZr
II. Export 3 Na+ for every 2K+ ions imported
III. lkanzrk izo.krk ds fo:¼ dk;Z djrk gSA
III. Works against a concentration gradient
IV. fojkedyk foHko cuk, j[krk gAS
IV. Maintains resting potential
(1) All are correct (1) lHkh lgh gSA

(2) Only II and III are correct (2) II rFkk III lgh gAS
(3) Only I and III are correct (3) I rFkk III lgh gAS
(4) Only I is correct (4) dsoy I lgh gS
131. Mismatched in following is - 131. fuEufyf[kr esa vlqesfyr ;qXe gS -
(1) Sporangiospores - Endogenous (1) Liksjsuth;ks chtk.kq - vartkZrh;
(2) Basidiospores - Endogenous (2) csflfM;kschtk.kq - vartkZrh;
(3) Conidia - Exogenous (3) dksfufM;k - cfgtkZrh;
(4) Ascospores - Endogenous (4) ,sLdksLiksj - vartkZrh;

132. Read the following statements A ® E and 132. fuEufyf[kr dFkuksa ( A ® E ) dks if<, rFkk muds vkxs
answer as asked next to them fn;s mÙkjksa dks igpkfu, %&
A- Vegetative propagation in Mint occurs by A- iwnhus esa dkf;d izo/kZu sucker ds }kjk gksrk gAS
B- uhacw esa jlnkj cky tl
S h ik;h tkus okyh lajpuk
B- Juicy hair like structure observed in the Mesocarp ls fodflr gksrs gaSA
lemon fruit develop from mesocarp.
C- i.kkZHko`Ur (Phylloclade) iÙkh ds :ikUrj.k gS vkjS esa
C- Phylloclade is modification of leaf and
vksifU'k;k (Opuntia) ik;s tkrs gAS
found in Opuntia
D- In Sweet pea placentation is marginal. D- ehBs eVj esa chtk.MU;kl lhekar gksrk gAS

E- Caryopsis fruit is characteristic of Fabaceae. E- djS h;ksilhl Qy Qscfs l (Fabaceae) ds y{k.k gksrs gAS
Number of correct and incorret statements are lgh vkSj xyr dFkuksa dh la[;k gS
(1) Three & two (2) Four & one (1) rhu vkSj nks (2) pkj vkSj ,d
(3) Two & Three (4) One & four
(3) nks vkjS rhu (4) ,d vkSj pkj

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133. In a give diagram of citric acid cycle, identify 133. flfVªd vEy pØ ds fn;s x;s fp= esa A, B, C dh igpku
A, B, C and select the correct option dhft, vkSj lgh fodYi dk pquko dhft, %&


(1) oxaloacetate aceyl CoA succinic acid (1) vkWDlsyks,slhVsV a kbe A lDlhfud vEy
,lhVkby dks,t
(2) acetyl CoA oxaloacetate succinic acid (2) ,lhVkby dks,t
a kbe A vkWDlsyks,slhVsV lDlhfud vEy

(3) acetyl CoA (3) ,lhVkby dks,t

a kbe A lDlhfud vEy vkWDlsyks,slhVsV
succinic acid oxaloacetate
(4) oxaloacetate succinic acid acetyl CoA (4) vkWDls yks,slhVsV lDlhfud vEy ,lhVkby dks,atkbeA
134. Match the column I and column II 134. dkW y e I rFkk dkW y e II dks lqesfyr dhft,

Column I Column II C olu m n I C olu m n II

a vkWfDlu p GA3
a Auxin p GA3
b ftCcsj sf y u q b.Mksy ,flfVd
b Gibberellin q Indole acetic
acid v Ey

c Cytokinin r Abscisic acid c l k;Vksd kbfuu r ,cflfld vEy

d Dormin s Acetic acid d Mks£ eu s ,flfVd vEy
t Zeatin t ft ;kfV~u
(1) a–q, b-r, c-p, d-t (2) a–q, b-s, c-p, d-t
(1) a–q, b-r, c-p, d-t (2) a–q, b-s, c-p, d-t
(3) a-q, b-p, c-t, d-r (4) a-q, b-t, c-p, d-t
(3) a-q, b-p, c-t, d-r (4) a-q, b-t, c-p, d-t
135. Which one of the following groups in plantae 135. fuEu esa ls dkSulk ,d ikni lewg iw.kZ:i ls fo"ke fctk.kqd
is completely heterosporous? gksrk gS ?
(1) Bryophyta (2) Pteridophyta (1) czk;ksQkbVk (2) VSfjMksQkbVk
(3) Spermatophyta (4) Embryophyta (3) LiesZVksQkbVk (4) Hkwz.kh;ikni
136. Which of the following animals has 136. buesa ls fdl tarq esa vuqn/S ;Z isf'k;k¡ rFkk ladksf'kdk gksrh gS
longitudinal muscles and syncytial epidermis ,oa ,d yphyk D;wfVdy gksrk gS %&
with an elastic cuticle

(1) (2) (3) (4) (1) (2) (3) (4)

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137. Trachea divides at the level of 137. 'okluky (Vªfs d;k) fdl Lrj ij tkdj foHkkftr gks tkrk gS
(1) 2nd thoracic vertebra (2) 5th thoracic vertebra (1) f}rh; o{kh; d'ks:dk (2) iape o{kh; d'ks:dk
(3) 5th cervical vertebra (4) 4th cervical vertebra (3) iape xzhok d'ks:dk (4) prqFkZ xzhok d'ks:dk
138. Which of the following is an incorrect match? 138. fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkuS lk vlqefs yr ;qXe gS \
(1) Heart sound lubb - Closure of valve (1) ân; /ofu lubb - fuy; ladqpu ds nkjS ku dikV dk
during ventricular cUn gksuk
(2) Heart sound dub - Opening of semilunar (2) ân; /ofu dub - fuy; f'kfFkyu ds nkjS ku v¼Zpanzkdkj
valve during dikV dk [kqyuk
ventricular diastole
(3) ân; fudkl - izokgh vk;ru × ân; nj
(3) Cardiac output - Stroke volume × Heart rate
(4) Neurogenic heart - Cockroach (4) raf=dh; tfur ân; - frypêk
139. Which of the following statements is correct 139. buesa ls dkSulk dFku 'kYdh midyk ds fy, lgh gS ?
about squamous epithelium ?
(1) It consists of a single thin layer of flattened (1) ;g ,d piVh dksf'kdkvksa ds irys Lrj ls curk gS ftlds
cell with irregular boundaries. fdukjs vfu;fer gksrs gaSA
(2) It is found in the wall of blood vessel, air (2) ;g jä okfgdkvksa dh fHkfÙk rFkk QsQMs ds ok;q dks'k
sac of lungs, etc. esa ik;k tkrk gSA
(3) It is involved in many functions like
formation of a diffusion boundary (3) ;g dbZ dk;ks± esa lfEefyr gS tl
S s folj.k lhek cukuk
(4) All of the above (4) mijksä lHkh
140. Following structures are given below - 140. uhps dqN lajpuk,¡ nh xbZ gS -
A. Lens A. yaSl
B. Aqueous humour B. tyh; nzo
C. Vitreous humour C. dkpkHk nzo
D Cornea D dkW£u;k
Choose the correct sequence of pathway of us = es a ckgj ls va nj izd k'k dk lgh ekxZ dk pquko
light from outside to inside the eyeball - dhft,-
(1) D, B, A, C (2) A, B, C, D (1) D, B, A, C (2) A, B, C, D
(3) D, C, B, A (4) A, D, B, C (3) D, C, B, A (4) A, D, B, C
141. The given table shows classes of algae and their 141. nh xbZ rkfydk esa 'ko
S ky ds oxZ vkSj muds eq[; vfHky{k.kksa
main characteristics. Some characteristics in dks n'kkZ ;k x;k g SA dq N vfHky{k.kksa dks rkfydk es a
this table mentioned as A, B, C and D, Observe A, B, C vkjS D, ds :i esa fy[kk x;k gSA rkfydk dks izsf{kr
the table and choose the option in which A, B, djsa vkjS ml fodYi dks pqus ftlesa A, B, C vkjS D dks
C and D are correctly identified :- lgh igpkuk x;k gS :-
Classes Chlorophyceae Phaeophyceae Rhodophyceae oxZ Dyksj ksQ kblh fQ;ks Qkblh jks Mks Qkblh
Major Chl a, b Chl a, c A eq[; o.kZd Chl a, b Chl a, c A
Pigments B
lafpr Hkkstu LVkpZ ¶yksj hfM;u
Stored Starch B Floridean starch
Cell Wall C Cellulose, Cellulose, pectin, dksf'kdk fHkfÙk C lsyy
q kst] lsyyq kst]
algin polysulphate ester ,Ythu isfDVu] ikWyhlYQsV
Flagellar 2-8 2 D ,LVj
Number d'kkfHkdk la[;k 2-8 2 D

(1) Chl a, e Fat & oil Peptidoglycan Many (1) Chl a, e olk o rsy isIVhMksXykbdu dbZ
Chl a, d Mannitol, Cellulose Absent (2) Chl a, d esfuVksy] ysehusfju lssyqykst vuqifLFkr
(3) Chl a, d isjkekbye fyiksizksVhu ,d
(3) Chl a, d Paramylum Lipoprotein One
(4) Chl a, c Xykbdkstu lsyqykst vuqifLFkr
(4) Chl a, c Glycogen Cellulose Absent

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142. Dissolution of synaptonemal complex occur 142. flusIVksfuey lfEeJ dk fo?kVu gksrk gS :-
in:- (1) ruqiê (fyIVksVhu) (2) ;qXeiê (tkbxksVhu)
(1) Leptotene (2) Zygotene
(3) Pachytene (4) Diplotene (3) LFkwyiê (iSdkbZVhu) (4) fMIyksVhu
143. Which one of the following ion is essential for 143. fuEu esa ls dkuS lk ,d vk;u izdk'kh; ty vi?kVu ds fy,
photolysis of water t:jh g\ S
(1) Manganese (2) Magnesium (1) eSXuht (2) eXS uhf'k;e
(3) Carbon (4) Copper (3) dkcZu (4) dkWij
144. Read the following statement and select out 144. fuEu dFkuksa dks i<+dj xyr dFku dks Nk¡Vs\
wrong one (1) tks dksf'kdk,a izksVhu la'ys"k.k ,oa L=o.k esa lfØ; Hkkx
(1) RER is frequently observed in the cell, ysrh gS muesa [kqjnjh variznO;h tkfydk cgqrk;r ls
actively involved in protein synthesis and feyrh gAS
secretion (2) izkf.k;ks fd dksf'kdk esa fyfiM dh Hkk¡fr LVhjk;My gkWeksuZ
(2) In animal cells lipid-like steroidal hormones fpdus varnZzO;h tkfydk esa curh gAS
are synthesised in SER
(3) gfjr yod ds vUnj flQZ izksVhu la'ys"k.k ds ,Utkbe
(3) Chloroplast contains enzymes required for
gksrs gAS
the synthesis of only protein
(4) Centriole form basal body of cilia or flagella (4) rkjddsUnz i{ekHk o d'kkfHkdk dk vk/kkjhdk; cukrk gAS
145. The living differentiated cell which has lost the 145. thfor foHksfnr dksf'kdk tks foHkktu dh {kerk [kks pqdh
capacity to divide, can regain capacity of gksrh g]S oks dqN [kkl ifjfLFkfr;ksa esa foHkktu dh {kerk iqu%
division under certain condition. This
izkIr dj ldrh gS ;g ?kVuk dgykrh gS :–
phenomenon is called :–
(1) Dedifferentiation (1) fu£oHksnu

(2) Differentiation (2) foHks nu

(3) Redifferentiation (3) iqu£oHksnu
(4) Reproduction (4) iztuu
146. Match Column-I with Column-II and select the 146. dkWye-I ,oa dkWye-II dk feyku dhft, ,oa lgh fodYi
correct option : dk p;u dhft,A
Column-I Column-II Column-I Column-II
(A) Abducens (i) Movement of Eyeball (A) vipkyd (i) us= xksy d dh xfr
(B) Accessory spinal (ii) Movement of Pharynx (B) lq" kqEuh; lgk;d raf=dk;sa (ii) xzl uh dh xfr
(C) Hypoglossal (iii) Visceral Sensation (C) ftOgk v/kkso/khZ (iii) dkseykax lao sn u
(D) Vagus (iv) Movement of Tongue (D) osx l (iv) ftg~o k dh xfr
(v) Ejaculation (v) L[kyu

(1) (iii) (i) (ii) (iv) (1) (iii) (i) (ii) (iv)
(2) (i) (ii) (iv) (iii) (2) (i) (ii) (iv) (iii)
(3) (i) (ii) (iv) (v) (3) (i) (ii) (iv) (v)
(4) (iii) (ii) (iv) (v) (4) (iii) (ii) (iv) (v)

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147. Which of the following disorder is related to 147. fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSulk fodkj /kweziku djus ls dwidh;
cigarette smoking in which alveolar walls are nhokj foÏr gksus ls lacaf/kr g\
(1) vLFkek ('okal jksx) (2) bEQkblhek
(1) Asthma (2) Emphysema
(3) Atelectasis (4) Bend's disease (3) ,VkysDVsfll (4) cSUM dk jksx
148. Given below is an incomplete table about 148. uhps ,d viw.kZ lkj.kh nh xbZ gS ftlesa dqN fof'k"V gkWeksZu]
certain hormones, their source glands and one mudh L=ksr xzafFk rFkk muds ekuo 'kjhj esa mudk eq[; izHkko
major effect of each on the body in humans. fn;k x;k g]S fjä LFkku ds fy, lgh fodYi dk pquko fdft,
Identify the correct option for the three blanks (A, B ,C) :
A, B and C :
xzafFk L=ko.k 'kjhj ij iz Hkko
Gland Secretion Effect on Body
Oestrogen Maintenance of ,LVªkstu f}rh;d ;kSu y{k.kksa
A secondary sexual dk vuqj{k.k
ySxjgSal dh jä 'kdZjk ds Lrj esa
Alpha cells of Raises blood sugar }hfidk dh a B o`f¼
Islets of B level dksf'kdk
vxzih;w"k xzafFk vfrL=ko.k ls
Anterior Over secretion C
C vfrdk;rk gksrh gAS
pituitary leads to gigantism
Options : fodYi :
(1) Ovary Glucagon Growth hormone (1) v.Mk'k; XywdsxkWu o`f¼ gkWeksZu
(2) Placenta Insulin Vasopressin (2) vijk balqfyu olS ksizfs lu
(3) Ovary Insulin Calcitonin (3) v.Mk'k; balqfyu dSYlhVksfuu
(4) Placenta Glucagon Calcitonin (4) vijk XywdsxkWu dSYlhVksfuu
149. Red coloured oxygen storing pigment of 149. is'kh esa vkDlhtu HkaMkj.k okys yky jax ds o.kZd dks D;k
muscle is :- dgrs g\ S
(1) Myoglobin (1) ek;ksXyksfcu
(2) Haemoglobin (2) fgeksXyksfcu
(3) ATP (3) ATP
(4) Both (1) and (2) (4) (1) vkjS (2) nksuksa
150. Which of the following statements is false ? 150. fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSulk dFku vlR; gS ?
(1) Hormones provide chemical coordination, (1) gkWeksZu ekuo 'kjhj esa jklk;fud leUo;] ,dhdj.k rFkk
integration and regulation in the human fu;a=.k iznku djrs gSA
body (2) gkWeksZu gekjs vaxksa esa mikip;u] o`f¼ rFkk fodkl dks
(2) Hormones regulate metabolism, growth and fu;af=r djrk gAS
development of our organs
(3) gkbiksFkyS sel] ih;w"k xzafFk] ihfu;y xzafFk] FkkbjkW;M xzafFk]
(3) Besides hypothalamus, pituitary, pineal,
thyroid, adrenal, parathyroid, thymus, etc., vf/ko`Dd xzafFk] ijS kFkkbjkW;M xzafFk] Fkkbel ds vykok
GIT, heart, kidney, etc also produce th-vkbZ-Vh- (tBj vka=h; ekxZ)] ân;] o`Dd Hkh gkWeksZu
hormones L=kfor djrs gAS
(4) Hormone can be used again and again like (4) gkWeksZu toS mRizsjd dh rjg ckj&ckj iz;ksx fd, tk ldrs
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151. Which of following fungi is commonly known 151. fuEufyf[kr dodksa esa vkerkjS ij dkSulk dod viw.kZ dod
as imperfect fungi? ds :i esa tkuk tkrk gS ?
(1) Alternaria (2) Colletotrichum
(1) vkYVjusfj;k (2) dksyhVksVªkbde
(3) Trichoderma (4) All of above
(3) VªkbZdksMekZ (4) mijksä lHkh


Identify the stages A & B of cell division shown in dksf'kdk foHkktu ds fn;s x;s fp= A vkjS B dh voLFkk
above diagram and choose the correct option:- dks igpkfu, vkSj lgh ;qXe dk p;u djs :-

(1) Metaphase-I Anaphase (1) e/;koLFkk-I i'pkoLFkk

(2) Metaphase Anaphase (2) e/;koLFkk i'pkoLFkk
(3) Metaphase-I Anaphase-I (3) e/;koLFkk-I i'pkoLFkk-I
(4) Metaphase Anaphase-I (4) e/;koLFkk i'pkoLFkk-I
153. Read the following statements carefully :- 153. fuEu dFkuksa dks /;kuiwoZd if<;s %&
(i) PSI is involved in non cyclic (i) PSI dsoy vpØh; QksLQksjhys'ku esa Hkkx ysrk gAS
photophosphorylation only
(ii) PSII pØh; vkSj vpØh; QksLQksjhys'ku nksuksa esa Hkkx
(ii) PSII is involved in both cyclic and non
cyclic photophosphorylation ysrk gAS
(iii) Stromal lamellae membrane possess PSI only (iii) ihBhdk iVfydk f>Yyh dsoy PSI j[krh gS
(iv) Grana thylakoid membrane possess both (iv) xzkuk FkkbysdksbM f>Yyh PSI vkjS PSII nksuksa j[krh gAS
How many of above statements are wrong?
mijksä fn;s x;s dFkuksa esa fdrus xyr gS %&
(1) Only one (2) Two (3) Three (4) Four (1) dsoy ,d (2) nks (3) rhu (4) pkj
154. Consider the following four statements (a-d) 154. fuEufyf[kr pkj dFkuksa (a-d) ij fopkj fdft;s vkSj dsoy
and select the option which includes all the lgh dFkuksa okyk ,d fodYi pqfu;s :-
correct ones only :- (a) f}chti=h ik/S kksa essa vf/kpeZ ds uhps LFkwydks.kksÙkd dh
(a) The collenchyma occurs in layers below the ijr ikbZ tkrh gS
epidermis in dicotyledonous plant
(b) f}chti=h ruksa esa mifLFkr ,.MksMfeZl dksf'kdkvksa esa
(b) Casparian strips are present in endodermal
dsLisfj;u ifV~Vdk,a mifLFkr gksrh gS
cells of dicotyledonous stem
(c) Conjoint and collateral type of vascular (c) rus o ifÙk;ksa esa laoguiwy la;qDr o lEikf'oZd izdkj
bundles are found in stems and leaves ds ik;s tkrs gS
(d) In dicot stems phellogen originates from cells of (d) f}chti=h ruksa esa Qy S kstu f}fr;d o`f¼ ds le; ifjjEHk
pericycle at the time of secondary growth dh dksf'kdkvksa ls curh gAS
Option fodYi
(1) Statements (b) (c) and (d) (1) dFku (b) (c) vkSj (d)
(2) Statements (a) (c) and (d) (2) dFku (a) (c) vkSj (d)
(3) Statements (a) and (c) (3) dFku (a) vkSj (c)
(4) Statements (b) and (d) (4) dFku (b) vkSj (d)
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155. Identify the given diagrams (A-D) :- 155. fn;s x, fp= (A-D) dh igpku dhft, :-

(A) (B) (A) (B)

(C) (D) (C) (D)

(1) Anaphase Metaphase-I Anaphase-I Anaphase-II (1) i'pko LFkk e/;ko LFkk -I i'pko LFkk-I i'pkoLFkk-II
(2) Prophase-I Metaphase-I Metaphase Anaphase (2) iwo kZo LFkk-I e/;ko LFkk -I e/;ko LFkk i'pko LFkk
(3) Prophase-I Metaphase Prophase Telophase (3) iwo kZo LFkk-I e/;ko LFkk iwo kZo LFkk vR;ako LFkk
(4) Anaphase-II Metaphase-I Anaphase-I Anaphase (4) i'pko LFkk-II e/;ko LFkk -I i'pko LFkk-I i'pkoLFkk

156. Which of the following animals is correctly 156. bues ls fdl tUrq dks mlds fof'k"V y{k.k rFkk VSDlku ls
matched with its one characteristic and their taxon. gh feyk;k x;k gS %&
Animal Characteristic Taxon tUrq y{k.k VS D lkWu
(1) Ascaris Pseudocoelome Platyhelminthes (1) Ascaris dwV nsg xqgk IySfVgsyfefFkl
(2) Hirudo Schizocoelome Annelida
& Metamerism (2) Hirudo lkbtkslhykse rFkk ,ufS yMk
(3) Dugesia Flame cells Aschelminthes
ladder like (3) Dugesia ¶yse dksf'kdk,¡ ,LdfS YeaFl
nervous system lh<+huqek raf=dk ra=

(4) Taenia Eucoelomate Platyhelminthes (4) Taenia izxqgh; IySfVgSfYeaFl

157. Every 1000 ml of deoxygenated blood delivers 157. izfr 1000 ml fovksfDltfur jä }kjk yxHkx fdruh ml
approximately____ml of CO2 to the alveoli. CO2 dwfidk dks iznku dh tkrh gS %&
(l) 4 ml (2) 40 ml (3) 5 ml (4) 50 ml (l) 4 ml (2) 40 ml (3) 5 ml (4) 50 ml
158. Match the column I with column II :- 158. LrEHk I dks LrEHk II ls lqefs yr dhft, :-
Column–I Column–II LrEHk–I LrEHk–II
(A) Germinal (p) Neurosensory (A) tehZuy midyk (p) raf=dk laosnh midyk
Epithelium epithelium
(B) Gut epithelium (q) Cuboidal (B) vkgkjuky midyk (q) ?kukdkj midyk
(C) Olfactory Epithelium (C) ?kzk.k midyk (r) Qq¶Qql dh dwfidk
Epithelium (r) Alveoli of lungs
(D) isoesaV midyk (s) LrEHkkdkj midyk
(D) Pavement (s) Columnar
Epithelium Epithelium (1) (A) – (p), (B) – (s), (C) – (q), (D) – (r)
(1) (A) – (p), (B) – (s), (C) – (q), (D) – (r) (2) (A) – (r), (B) – (p), (C) – (q), (D) – (s)
(2) (A) – (r), (B) – (p), (C) – (q), (D) – (s)
(3) (A) – (q), (B) – (s), (C) – (p), (D) – (r)
(3) (A) – (q), (B) – (s), (C) – (p), (D) – (r)
(4) (A) – (p), (B) – (q), (C) – (r), (D) – (s) (4) (A) – (p), (B) – (q), (C) – (r), (D) – (s)
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159. The narrow distal part of stomach leading to the 159. vkek'k; dk ladjk nwjLFk Hkkx tks NksVh vka= dh rjQ
intestine is called - fu"dkflr gksrk gS -
(1) Cardiac (2) Pyloric
(1) tBjkxe Hkkx (2) tBjfuxZeh Hkkx
(3) Fundus (4) Body (3) QaMl {ks= (4) 'kjhj
160. Identify the correct match from column I, II & III:- 160. dkWy e I, II rFkk III ls lgh feyku igpkus :-

Column - I Column - II Column - III Column - I Column - II Column - III

Transport of (1) RBCs (a) esØksiksfyl eSu (i)
xSlksa dk ifjogu
(1) RBCs (a) Macropoliceman (i)
Synthesis of (2) ,sflMksfQYl (b) gheksXyksfcu (ii) ,aVhckWMh dk fuekZ.k
(2) Acidophils (b) Haemoglobin (ii)
antibody nh?kZ o xksy ,ythZ o ijthoh
(3) eksukslkbV~l (c) (iii)
Prevent dsUnzd ls 'kjhj dh lqj{kk
Large and
body from
(3) Monocyte (c) Round (iii) (4) fyEQkslkbV~l (d) f}ikfyr dsUnzd (iv) Hk{kk.kq
allergy and
(4) Lymphocytes (d) Bilobed nucleus (iv) Phagocytic (1) (1)-(b)-(iii); (2)-(d)-(i); (3)-(a)-(iv); (4)-(c)-(ii)

(1) (1)-(b)-(iii); (2)-(d)-(i); (3)-(a)-(iv); (4)-(c)-(ii) (2) (1)-(b)-(i); (2)-(d)-(iii); (3)-(a)-(iv); (4)-(c)-(ii)

(2) (1)-(b)-(i); (2)-(d)-(iii); (3)-(a)-(iv); (4)-(c)-(ii) (3) (1)-(b)-(i); (2)-(d)-(iii); (3)-(a)-(ii); (4)-(c)-(iv)
(3) (1)-(b)-(i); (2)-(d)-(iii); (3)-(a)-(ii); (4)-(c)-(iv)
(4) (1)-(d)-(i); (2)-(b)-(iii); (3)-(c)-(iv); (4)-(a)-(ii)
(4) (1)-(d)-(i); (2)-(b)-(iii); (3)-(c)-(iv); (4)-(a)-(ii)
161. Identify correct pair – 161. lqefs yr ;qXe dks igpkfu, –
(1) Homosporous – Selaginella (1) lechtk.kq – lsyfS tuy
S k
(2) Homosporous – Salvinia (2) lechtk.kq – lky~fofu;k
(3) Heterosporous – Cycas (3) fo"kechtk.k – lkbdl
(4) Heterosporous – Funaria (4) fo"kechtk.kq – Qqusfj;k
162. The first reaction in photorespiration is :- 162. izdk'k 'olu dh igyh izfrfØ;k gksrh gS :-
(1) Carboxylation (2) Decarboxylation (1) dkcksZfDlyslu (2) MhdkcksZfDlyslu

(3) Oxygenation (4) Phosphorylation (3) vkWfDlftuslu (4) QkWLQksjkbyslu

163. Which of the following step is associated with 163. fuEu esa ls dk S u lk pj.k ATP fuekZ . k ls la E cf/kr
ATP formation (substrate level gAS (fØ;kèkkj Lrjh; QkWLQksjhdj.k)
phosphorylation) ?
(1) QkWLQksbuksy ik;:osV ® ik;:fod vEy
(1) Phosphoenolpyruvate ® pyruvic acid
(2) Malic acid ® oxaloacetic acid (2) efS yd vEy ® vkWDlSfyd vEy
(3) Fructose 6 phosphate ® fructose 1, 6
bisphosphate (3) ÝqDVkst 6 QkWLQsV ® ÝqDVkst 1, 6 ckbQkWLQsV

(4) Glyceraldehyde 3 phosphate ® dihydroxy (4) XyhljYMhgkbM 3 QkLQsV ® MkbgkbMªksDlh ,lhVksu

acetone phosphate

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164. Read the following statement (i–iv) 164. fuEu dFkuksa (i–iv) dks if<+, %&
(i) Mature sieve tube elements are enucleated (i) ifjiDo pkyuh ufydk vdsanzdh; gksrh gAS
(ii) Central vacuole is present in each sieve cell (ii) gj pkyuh dksf'kdk esa e/; jl/kkuh ik;h tkrh gAS
(iii) The functions of sieve tube are controlled (iii) pkyuh ufydk ds dk;Z dks lgpj ds dsUnzd fu;af=r
by the nucleus of companion cell djrs gaSA
(iv) Phloem parenchyma is absent in most of
(iv) ¶yks,e ijS sadkbek eksuksdksV esa ugh ikbZ tkrh gAS
the monocotyledons
How many above statements are correct ?
Åij fn;s x;s fdrus dFku lgh gaS \
(1) One (2) Two (3) Three (4) Four (1) ,d (2) nks (3) rhu (4) pkj
165. From the column-I, Column-II and Column-III 165. fuEufyf[kr LrEHk-I, ,II ,III esa ls fdrus ;qXe lgh lqefs yr
how many of the following are correctly gS :-

Column-I Column-II Column-III LrEHk -I LrEHk-II LrEHk -III

a Ribosome Composed of r-RNA Site of a jkbckslkse r-RNA vkjS izkVs hu dk izksVhu la'ys"k.k
and protein protein cuk gksrk gAS dk LFky

b ER Network of tiny Site for b ER dksf'kdk nzO; esa NksVh dkczkgs kbMªVs
tubular structure synthesis of ufydk ;qä fc[kjh la' ys"k.k dk
scattered in the carbohydrate lajpuk dk tky LFky

c Kinetochore disc shape Site for

c dkbusV ksd ksj xq.klw= ds f}rh;d rdqZ rUrqv ks ds
structure present attachement ldhZ. ku ij fMLd tqM us dk LFky
on secondary of spindle vkdkj dh lajpuk
constriction of fibres
chrom osom e
d ekbØksckWMh f>Yyh ls f?kjh NksVh dso y ikni
iqfVdk dksf'kdk esa
d M icrobody M em brane bound Present only ik;h tkrh gS
m inute vesicle in plant cell

(1) Two (2) One (1) Two (2) One

(3) Four (4) Three (3) Four (4) Three
166. Identify given animal :- 166. fn, x;s tUrq dks igpkfu, %&

Choose incorrect statement regarding this. blds ckjs esa vlR; dFku dk pquko dhft, %&
(1) It is marine and sessile animal
(1) ;s leqnzh izk.kh gS rFkk ;s xeu izn£'kr ugh djrkA
(2) It is larva undergoes retrogressive
metamorphosis (2) bldk ykokZ izfrØe.kh dk;karj.k djrk gAS
(3) It is one protochordate with motile larva in (3) bl jTtqdh ds thou pØ esa pyk;eku ykokZ gksrk gAS
its life history
(4) Adults shows gills for respiration and (4) O;Ldksa esa 'olu ds fy, Dykse gksrs gaS rFkk i`"B jTtq
notochord persists throughout life thoui;ZUr gksrh gAS
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167. Following is the oxygen-haemoglobin 167. fuEufyf[kr ,d O2 fgeksXyksf cu fo;kstu oØ gS ] mu
dissociation curve, mark the conditions in voLFkkvksa dks fpfUgr fdth;s ftlesa oØ A ls B dh vksj
which that curve will shift from A to B. LFkkukarfjr gks tk,xk &

a. Increase in DPG a. DPG dk c<+uk

b. Increase in partial pressure of carbon dioxide b. CO2 ds vkaf'kd nkc esa o`f¼
c. Low temperature
c. rkieku esa deh
d. Increase in pH, blood becomes more
alkaline. d. pH esa o`f¼] jä dk vf/kd {kkjh; gksuk
(1) a and b (2) b and c (1) a and b (2) b and c
(3) c and d (4) a and d (3) c and d (4) a and d
168. Consider the following four statements (a-d) and 168. fuEufyf[kr pkj okD;ksa (a-d) dks /;kuiwoZd if<+;s ,oa ml
select the option which include all incorrect one fodYi dk p;u dhft;s tks lHkh xyr dFku j[krs gS &
(a) M~;jw kesVj lcls vkarfjd ijr ga S tks fd eksVh] cgqr etcwr
(a) Duramater is innermost layer which is thick,
,oa vyphyh gksrh gAS
very strong and non-elastic
(b) Arachnoid is a middle layer (b) ,jDukW;M e/; dh ijr gAS
(c) Piamater is outermost thin layer which is (c) ik;kesVj ckg~;re iryh ijr gaS tks fd vfrlaoguh;
highly vascular gSA
(d) Arachnoid is found only in Amphibia (d) ,jDukW;M dsoy mHk;pjksa esa mifLFkr gAS
(1) Statement a, b, c (1) dFku a, b, c
(2) Statement a and c (2) dFku a ,oa c
(3) Statement a, c and d (3) dFku a, c ,oa d
(4) Statement b only (4) dsoy dFku b
169. Which of the following sequence is correct? 169. fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkuS lk Øe lgh gS ?
(1) Descending part of colon ® Rectum ® Anus (1) dksyu dh vojksgh Hkkx ® eyk'k; ® xqnk
(2) Stomach ® Jejunum ® Duodenum (2) vkek'k; ® e/;ka= ® xzg.kh
(3) Ileum ® Colon ® Caecum (3) bfy;e ® dksyu ® lhde
(4) Colon ® Anus ® Rectum (4) dksyu ® xqnk ® eyk'k;
170. The enzyme trypsin hydrolyses- 170. fVª Ilhu fodj ty vi?kVu djrk gS -
(1) Proteins to peptides (1) izksVhu dks isi~V kbM esa
(2) Fats to fatty acids (2) olk dks olh ; vEyksa esa
(3) Glucose to ethyl alcohol (3) Xywdkst dks bFkkWby vYdksgy esa
(4) Polysaccharides to monosaccharides (4) ikWyhlsDjkbM dks eksukslsDjkbM esa

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171. Read the following statements (A – E) and 171. fuEufyf[kr dFkuksa (A – E) dks if<, vkSj muds vkxs fn;s
answer as asked next to them - mÙkjksa dks igpkfu, -
(A) Mosses have more elaborate sporophyte as (A) ekWl esa LiksjksQkbV fyojoVZ dh vis{kk vf/kd fodflr
compared to liver worts.
gksrk gAS
(B) Cycas is branched and Dioecious
(B) lkbdl 'kkf[kr ,oa ,dfyaxkJ;h (Dioecious) gksrs gAS
(C) Pteridophytes are mostly heterosporous
(C) T;knkrj VSfjMksQkbV fo"kechtk.kq gksrs gAS
(D) Endosperm of Cycas is haploid.
(D) lkbdl dh ,.MksLieZ vxqf.kr gksrk gAS
(E) In Marchantia, archegonia & Antheridia
(E) ekjdsaf'k;k esa vkjfpxksuh;k vkjS ,UFkhfjfM;k vyx Fky
S l
develops on different thallus
Number of correct and incorrect statements are
ij fodflr gksrk gAS
respectively – lgh vkSj xyr dFkuksa dh la[;k Øe'k% gS –
(1) Two and Three (2) Three and Two (1) nks vkjS rhu (2) rhu vkSj nks
(3) Four and One (4) One and Four (3) pkj vkSj ,d (4) ,d vkSj pkj
172. Which one is false about kranz anatomy :- 172. fuEu esa dkSulk Økat 'kkfjfjdh ds laca/k esa xyr g\ S
(1) Bundle sheath have large chloroplast and (1) iwykPNn esa cM+s DyksjksIykLV vkjS de fodflr xzus k ik;s
less developed grana tkrs gAS
(2) e/;ksÙkd dksf'kdk esa agranal DyksjksIykLV ik;s tkrs
(2) Mesophyll cells have agranal chloroplast
(3) It is found in sugarcane, maize (3) ;s xUus] eDdk esa ik;h tkrh gAS
(4) Plant having it have better (4) bu ikniksa esa C3 ikniksa ds eqdkcys esa T;knk csgrjhu
photosynthesizing power than C3 plant izdk'k la'ys"k.kh; {kerk gksrh gSa
173. Leghaemoglobin in the root nodule of legume 173. ysX;we ikni ds ewy xzfa Fkdk esa ysxgheksXyksfcu mRikfnr djrk
plant generate gS %&
(1) Aerobic condition (1) vkWDlh voLFkk
(2) Anaerobic condition (2) vukWDlh voLFkk
(3) Acidic condition (3) vEyh; voLFkk
(4) Some time aerobic and some time anaerobic (4) dqN le; vkWDlh vkSj dqN le; vukWDlh
174. Match the columns related to vascular bundle 174. laogu iwy ls lacaf/kr LrEHkksa dk esy djsa %&
Column-I Column-II LrEHk& I LrEHk-II
(i) Bicollateral (a) Root (i) ckbdksyVs ªy (a) tM+
(ii) Closed (b) Stem of monocots (ii) can (b) ,dchti=h ruk
(iii) Open (c) Stem of gymnosperm (iii) [kqyk (c) ftEuksLieZ
(iv) Exarch (d) Cucurbitaceae stem (iv) ckáfnnk:d (d) dqdjfcVslh ruk
Select out the correct match
lgh esy fodYi dks pqfu, %&
(1) i-c, ii-a, iii-b, iv-d (2) i-a, ii-c, iii-d, iv-b (1) i-c, ii-a, iii-b, iv-d (2) i-a, ii-c, iii-d, iv-b
(3) i-d, ii-b,iii-c, iv-a (4) i-c, ii-d, iii-a, iv-b (3) i-d, ii-b,iii-c, iv-a (4) i-c, ii-d, iii-a, iv-b
175. If in a cell 20 tetrads are present in prophase- 175. ;fn iw o kZ o LFkk I es a dks f 'kdk es a 20 prq " d g S] rks
I, then what will be the number of chromatids e/;ko LFkk-II vkSj i'pkoLFkk-I ds nkjS ku izR;sd dksf'kdk esa
in each cell during metaphase-II and
ØkseSfVM dh la[;k D;k gksxh ?
anaphase-I respectively?
(1) 40 vkjS 40 (2) 20 vkjS 40
(1) 40 and 40 (2) 20 and 40
(3) 40 and 80 (4) 40 and 40 (3) 40 vkjS 80 (4) 40 vkjS 40

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176. Given below is the diagram of juxtaglomerular 176. fuEu fn;k x;k fp= tDlVk Xykse: s yj la;a= dk g]S ftlds
apparatus. Label with A, B, C what is A, B, C dqN Hkkxksa dks A, B, C ls iznf'kZr fd;k x;k gAS ;g A, B,
(respectively)? C (Øe'k%) D;k g\ S
Afferent arteriole Afferent arteriole


Efferent arteriole Efferent arteriole
(1) A = Juxta cells, B = Glomerular cells, (1) A = tDlVk dksf'kdk, B = Xykse: s yj dksf'kdk,
C = Lacis cells C = ykWfld dksf'kdk
(2) A = Juxta cells, B = Glomerular cells, (2) A = tDlVk dksf'kdk, B = Xykse: s yj dksf'kdk,
C = Mesangial cells C = ehlsuth;y dksf'kdk
(3) A = Macula densa, B = Juxta glomerular cells, (3) A = eDS ;wyk MuS l s k, B = tDlVk Xykse: s yj,
C = Lacis cells C = ykWfld dksf'kdk
(4) A = Juxtaglomerular cells, B = Macula densa, (4) A = tDlVk Xykse: s yj dksf'kdk, B = eDS ;wyk MSulkW,
C = Mesangial cells C = ehlsuth;y dksf'kdk
177. Which of the following statements is true about 177. mjksfLFk ds ckjs esa lR; dFku gS :-
sternum (1) o{k dh e/; i`"B js[kk ij fLFkr piVh vfLFk gAS
(1) Flat bone present an dorsal midline of
(2) esVk mjksfLFk dks Xiphoid process Hkh dgk tkrk gSA
(2) Metasternum is also called xiphoid process (3) ilfy;ks a dh nw l jh ls ys d j lkroh tks f M;ka ]
(3) 2 nd to 7 th pair of ribs are attached with mesosternum ls tqM +h gSA
(4) (2) vkjS (3) nksuksa
(4) Both (2) and (3)
178. To obtain a standard ECG a patient is connected to 178. ekud ECG ysus ds fy, ,d jksxh dks e'khu ds lkFk rhu
the machine with three electrode attached. bysDVªksM ls tksM+k tkrk gS %&
(1) one to each wrist & to the left ankle (1) ,d izR;sd dykbZ rFkk ckbZ ,sM+h ij
(2) one to each ankle & to the left wrist
(2) ,d izR;sd ,sM+h rFkk ckbZ dykbZ ij
(3) one to each wrist & to the left chest region.
(4) one to each ankle and to the left chest region (3) ,d izR;sd dykbZ rFkk ck,s o{kh; Hkkx
179. Exchange of gases - (4) ,d izR;sd ,sM+h rFkk ck¡,s o{kh; Hkkx ij
(1) Occurs between the alveoli and pulmonary 179. xl
S h; fofue; gksrk gS -
blood capillary (1) dwfidkvksa rFkk Qq¶Qqlh; dsf'kdk,¡ ds e/;
(2) Occurs between blood and tissues (2) Ård rFkk jä ds e/;
(3) Takes place by diffusion (3) folj.k ds }kjk
(4) All of the above (4) mijksä lHkh
180. "The deoxygenated blood pumped into the 180. ^^vkWDlhtu jfgr jDr dks __A__ esa iai fd;k tkrk
__A__ is passed on the lungs from where the g]S tks QsQM+kas esa __B__ gksdj __C__ ls gksrk gqvk
__B__ is carried by __C__ into the __D__ __D__ vkfyan esa vkrk gAS ;g lapj.k iFk __E__
atrium. This pathway constitutes the __E__ dgykrk gAS ** A, B, C, D, E ds ckjs esa lR; D;k g\S
circulation. What is true about A, B, C, D, E? (1) A = Qq¶Qqlh; /keuh, D = nka;k,
(1) A = Pulmonary artery, D = Right,
E = Qq¶Qqlh;
E = Pulmonary
(2) B = vkWDlhtfur, C = Qq¶Qqlh; /keuh,
(2) B = Oxygenated blood, C = Pulmonary artery,
D = Left D = cka;k
(3) A = Pulmonary artery, D = Left, (3) A = Qq¶Qqlh; /keuh, D = cka;k,
E = Pulmonary E = Qq¶Qqlh;
(4) B = Deoxygenated blood, C = Pulmonary vein, (4) B = vkWDlhtu jfgr jDr, C = Qq¶Qqlh; f'kjk,
D = Left D = cka;k
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SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK / jQ dk;Z ds fy;s txg

Your moral duty

is to prove that ALLEN is ALLEN
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