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~~~~~"fR~ihni'Ritm~-g~~~~~~~<HtfRl~m~ <fir? (1) GWOURV (2) LZKMSU (3) JOEHNP (4) SFXPMO I~~ lO. Find the oddman out. ~ero-t~ 'iifiil? (1) IW ~~ 'ifR ~ it -a -at.521 6.Three of the four groups of letters given below are alike in a certain way while one is different Choose the odd one.i ~ (2) MS ~ -a ~~~~ (3) ~ Ff d{ft ~~ ~ cIt.TI'ij m~1 ~lffif (4) JU 111 A . Choose the odd one. IIUlllmllm ~III (1) MOndAy (3) WEdNESdAy (2) tUESdAy (4) thUrSdAy 7. Which one does not belong 10 the group ? (I) PROFIT : RPQCKR (3) LEGUME: NCrsOC (2) OTHERS: QRJCI'Q (4) CANKER: EYFIGP 9. Three of the following four have similar relationship and hence form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to the group ? (1) CUSTOMER: (3) OVERSEAS: SGPSYYBK TCHWWKCW (2) INTEREST: UUHVJYUQ (4) BANKING : HPLOSGI 8. Three of me four groups of letters given below are alike in a certain way while one is differe_nt. Three of the following four are alike in a certain way and hence form a group.

2FD. (I) ]2 PX 15 KG. then which letter is fourth letter to the right of 13th letter from the left? <If{ ~ lfC6R.ll. N 13.q-~~~~tmrft!. M4. T6M. DGK 0. CODE (2) MEET LACK (3) ROAD -5(1) LACK ~ -ij <. 11-15) : Find out the missing term in the following letter-number series: 521 ~ (Jr. then the next 6 letters are written in reversed erder and so on. (1) P 1485 S N lOOQ. JED. C!R ~:J41 '"ill! iIif mlt iJ ~ Q m.~~~3Im~t~~~WctIT~qor'"lI(l1I~~. (2) 118 X ? PVC 15 (2) KPV 8 ? (1) V 4 14. If the first 6 letters of the English ALphabet series are written in reversed order.]l~ mrn ? (2) 0 ~5f>l{~ fffigr ~m. -p 7. and ar the eod Y is interchanged by Z. T7. 31m <IfR -aT mm '{ ~~ (1) M (3) (4) P 17. 3 KH.~ ? ~ -mn ~ I 11. XI5G. (1) A 12L 15.rr y i!~ ~~ ~ aT&« ~ (4) N -ffi:sRm ~ 1 m EjUI'lldl (3) M 18. Q 10. H4 W. whicb letter will be exactly in the middle of the remaining letters of the Alphabet series ? ~ ~~ (1) L ~ ~ <6) qofqm~ 3100 ~ Rla~iififfiii ~ ~ in . cfr~ if. If me letters in each of the following five groups of letters are first rearranged in the alphabetical order and then the groups of letters so formed are rearranged as in a dictionary. S 10.!oftollctl t 1mlf 6 3I8R ~~ y Chi z if ~ (2) N ~ SiiII·"ij ~~~. 1 [8 V.wra 6 3T15{ fct"qfurSfR ijW~·~ 3l'eR -t't 00 am: -R ~. 11-15): -:ffij 1ft §<fi ~-li&rf K48T ~ -q.MIDDLE among the five letter-groups? ~~. If the English Alphabet series is written in the reverse order and every alternate leiter starting from Y is dropped. (2) K 7 V 9 J. which letter group would have its group of letters in the .ilnrnmumjUlIlU Directions (Q.t~~~W 3ll5{ ~ qit !tIO<<hIt( t ~~ ~WIT ~. (2) R 180 M ? • W 294 H (3) S 198 I (4) T 206 K l2.ftiIT~M ? (4) DEAF A A 111 . R5 P.lt2(R WW~31&R tiFil ~ MEET DEAF. (I) GK GKP3 (4) G 15 (3) Z25 D (4) U 20 Q 5 (3) PVZ 9 (4) UTI 11 16. o. 48 KF (3) 9 LV ? K 16 (3) T J3 (2) 6 RI (4) 8 TQ 13. ~ ofit <. ROAD.

then the next 6 letters an: written in reversed order and so on.v 5 (3) PVZ 9 (4) KPU 11 16. (I) 12 PX 13. (4) N ? or ~urRldl (1) L (3) M 18.R~ 31'iR~ e:izf'j annf~m ~ (4) SfR if f~mr~ ~ ~m-m ? ~~ M (3) Q P 17. LACK (2) MEET (1 LACK A 111 .. 3 KH. m~-a"3l~Tni~~:ai~#a{~nf~'ihiRrraftir~? (3) ROAD -5(4) DEAF A _MEET.. CODE. then which letter is fourth letter to ale right of l311• letter from the left ? ~ 3T!I.? (2) K 7 V 9J. If the first 6 letters of the English Alphabet series are written in reversed order. 48 KF (2)6RI S 10. 11-15) : Find out the missing term in the following letter-number series: 521 <3 ~ ~ 11. 15 KG.R GH ~ <iTlllii$61t1 ~ ~~<n\W. T7 P 7. (2) R 180 M ? . No. ~15\ ~ ~~ ~ 3iaRt cfil ~ Eilufl1lcll ~ Sfill' Ii~ <fi{ ~ ~ Q?ll f-g ~ Wf. T6M. 2FD. which letter group would have its group of letters in the MIDDLE among the five letter-groups ? ern ~~ a:rBj{~ ~~ DEAF. X 15 G. If the letters in each of the following five groups of letters are first rearranged in the alphabetical order and then the groups of fetters so formed arerearranged as in a dictionary. Q 10.? (l) GK. (I) (I2fi 3Mi'~ Y ~ Z -a 3'i'{toiGd (2) N 6~ fcNtto ~ it fulgWt <iflii. q. which letter will be exactly in me middle of the remaining fetters of the Alphabet series? 1:[f{ ~:cfil~ ~~ <tit fiNfui 5PT~ ~ ~ 3iW~ ~ cft:q1m~ (2) 0 ID a:re«iFrr ~ om Y '8' 3lRPIr~ ~ ~ a:Jm-q')1 fi-rem~. W294H (3) S 198 1 (4) T 206 K (1) P 1485 S t2.f'nit~uf"l'\'11 ~ ~ 'SICfiR.{Q~ ijif~"if ~ m~ 6 . If the English Alphabet "Series is written in the reverse order and every alternate letter starting from Y is dropped. (1) A 12 L (3) Z 25 D (4) U20Q 15. "Ii ~ ? qq mil enit I H 4 W. ROAD. 1 Rb. t8 V K 48 T . ? (2) 1 18 X PVC 15 (_) KPV 8 (3)9LV K 16 (4) 8 TQ (I) V 4 (3) T 13 (4) G \5 14. N 13. and at the end Y is interchanged by Z.lID! OOlmlliD Directions Q.J:fP. GKP 3. R5P.n~. M4. (V:R. DGK 0. 11-15): ~ 3lm--msm ~ N 100 Q.

Now study the given information lind answer the question following it.s~ I. How many such vowels are there in the above arrangements.fM ~ ~ ~ 20~~W~~ 'fft:r~ At B ~ c~~cfi'l IB ~ ClfM-tlW<i*f~*1 A~ B ~~-lffiJCfillf~~ I 4/3:rn~~'I~~A ~ ClWr-mm~~ B ~ CiiilITlf-lWtq.t-fl5/41JIT~~ 31.f. On the other hand A and C together are 5/4 times as efficient as Band f.tq ~ {olI'fiCij'l(1sn -q ~ ~ f. P /). 31-34) : In the following coded arithmetic equations certain symbols are used with [he following meaning: I. Band C complete a work in 20 days. PDQ P-q-a-if2'Rlfl'i P q?t Q~ WI '!I0l1iIl{~ ill. Q means add P [0 Q. P 0 Q 'OftI ~ -at i li. P IJ.tbt (Ji.li. P 0 Q Cfil crnq<f p <fil Q .<i IV. 31-34): cir. ~ f. Which of the following equations represents the number of days in which A alone can finish the same work? (I) 24 02{) 0(24 020) 0 (30 0 20) (2) 30 0 20 (30 A 20) (4) 400200(40020) -8- (3) 30 020 111 A .Wcfit .521 by a digit and lrnmediately followed Ilm~1m~l~~n~ 1 by a consonant 7 30.0 Q means divide P by Q. each of Which is immediately preceded (1) 1 (2) 2 (Q.l<fq.mr -a 'Iil7T ~ ~ tI ~l dlR ~ m !i~ ifi'r ~ ~ 1. IIL PO Q means multiply P with IV. (3) 3 (4) 4 Directions o. and B together. Three persons A. Band C together are 413 times as efficient as A C together. u PDQ means subsrract Q from P. p Q' and .lR ~ ~ ~ ~ ~: QCfiT~ Cfij~Qqij P~Q'ij~~~i II.

<i mrr if <mnq. same work? (1) 40 0200 (400 20) (2) 20 0 (12 06) 0 5 (4) 20 0 (12 0 6) (3) 20 0 (3 fJ.IIILD I mUDD 521 32. 3) 0 4 (2) 40 020 0 (40 020) 03 (3) 20 0 (12 06) 05 (4) 200 (12 06) 34.itt ~ ~~~ -a l{('q ~ ? (2) C ~ (4) B t€t 3fu emu C~ Cfi\ffi t t.{iji A A 111 -9- . 3) 04 03 35. A travel towards East B travels towards North. Which of the following equations represents the number of days in which A and B working together can finish the same work? (l) 20 0 (3 6. Which of the following is definitely true ? (1) B and C travel In opposite directions (3) D travels towards North A~ ~tRffi (2) C travels towards West (4) Band C travel in the same direction ~ <fit 3fu tren 'ijjffiT t I B ~ ~ I f. C and D travel in opposite directions.n:=r om 3iR <mn CfiU1T tiC t{Cf D ~ if <mn ~ i I 0. Which of the following equations represents the number of days in which A and C working together can finish the. A cfi'J zyff a. Which of the following equations represents the number of days in which B and C together can finish the same work? (I) 24 0 (3 A 3) (3) 200(1206) 04 05 (2) 20 0 (12 0 6) 0 3 (40 020) (4) 40 0200 33. D travels towards right of A.

How marry boys are there in the row '1 \ffi Rm ~ ~ Cfif. a boy is thirteen from the left. runs [0 9 metres and again turns to left.i:Mt altl ~ (4) 1ifFrq W I arcITTWtfi1~~furr~t (I) ~ 37. TOW left. In a [OW of boys facing North.ft tfto ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ? fctcrr I~ ~~ crs~ aitt-~ cWO afu:·~nm fq.~ (4) 30 3iR $r ~ ~ 'R <f61ffin ~cffli 1iR it ~m (1) 32 ~ (2) 31 t 11ffifi ii~ ~ i ? (3) 33 111 -10- A . runs [0 metres and turns to right. Wfi ~ aWft 3iK -a ~ t I a:rq. be turned left.n ~ &it ijis<til cQ 1% t'fffii if·.521 36.flr <fR: ft-l ~ ~ f. ~ 9 'ifra: ~ 6 ~ ~~ alR¥-VfKf1 t 5 lftc:C~ t ififI (til ~ 3lrrl. then turned right and then towards the left again.ft.) ~ ~ am aw.l1Tc W. U Thursday was the day after the day before yesterday five days ago. what is the least number of day ago when Sunday was three days before the day after tomorrow ? '1$f1lf{jql{ <liT ~ ~.6cR K-:r ~ ~ ? (2) 2 (3) 3 (1) I (4) 4 39. runs 5 metres and then turns left and runs 6 metres.ifi'Wi (2) East 20 1f0: 'W£ <fi) aiR ~ ~ f am ~~ ~~ 10 lfRl ~ 12 iftt\ ~ . runs 12 metres and finally turns which direction is the cow facing ? (3) South (4) Wesl (I) North ll. A boy started walking positioning his back towards the sun. A co LO 110111111111Inrll runs 20 metres towards East and turns to right. he becomes seventeenth from right end of the row.ls \lTRft ~. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~-t ~ Cfit{ ~ ~ ~qffiCRf 't wmf ~ K. >iffift~. When shifted to hfs right by three places.{ ~TI q{: 3lif ~ "iI11:5T ~ (2) 3"ffi: lff ~ (3) ~-zrr~ 38. After sometimes. (2) ~ 3)~ ~t am: 3FO~ i. In which direction is he going now ? ( I) East or West (2) North or West (3) South or West (4) North or South ~ ~i'wtef.

365. 345) .. Choose that set of numbers from the four alternative sets. 136 vehicles: are parked in a parking lot in a single row. there are two scooters. Three of the followrng four are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Work ~OfiR"t~"'tfR (1) 61 ~ t~ (2) 62 I~ ~ 'tWt aml ~ :q ~ (3) 63 ifil ~ 1ffi! ~ I (4) 64 41. After the second car. 43. Choose the one which is different from the rest (1) 248 (2) 326 (3) 392 (4) 414 4S.n~~: Given set: (246. Which is the one mat does not belong to that group ? (1) l56 (2) 152 (3) 72 (4) 42 A III -11- A . 136~~~~~~ih~r%~~~II~CfiRitiiffi!~~~ I~qij\~~~~~ 1 0 on. After the third car. 367) (4) (233.I ID!llIJJlllnllllUD 521 40. (1) 140-45 (2) 120-35 (3) 110-35 (4) 80-25 et. 257. 343. 44. there are three scooters and out the number of scooters in the second half of the rOW. 246 (3) (273. Which one of the following dees nor belong [D thaI group? (I) 7 (2) 9 (3) 17 (4) 33 42. 325) (2) (143 253. After the firs! car there is one scooter. 235. 358) (l) (145. Three of the following four are alike in a certain way and hence form a group. mal is similar to the given trriT a<tlk4<ti eM:q -u 'q6 tg ~ <iiit <if ~ ~ ~ ~~ I w. Choose the odd numeral pair in the following.

Assumptions: l) Very industrious people also can be poor. 46-50) : ~ ~ ~~ mit ll. f. Ci1't 'lfGf-~ WrrTJlIT~ ~~ ~ fu1.t ~ lIT 'lcf~I{OII ~:if ~ tNl(oll ( )~~ ~I{ullij m ~ ~~ ~ 1ft g{ ~ ::!i~f. (3) if neither 1 nor n is is implicit. Statement : He is too industrious to be poor.~ ~ ~ tfR1J1l. (2) if only as urnption lWO I[llllmlill assumptions £0 mill 4: numbered rand Il.am"<{ 1ft 46.~ 3Frl f.':fffid ~ j <?r ~~~ Ill. : people should work hard.fl ~ "fFn ~ f. '" 50 m ~: Very lazy people also can be rich.tW lf1IT t 4'llllfr (Ji.lf ijffiff. An assumption is something supposed or taken [or granted. (2) ~ ~~n 3i. ~ 31~f. and (4) if both I and II are implicit. 111 -12- A 111 .::nHffll1~. 46~50) : In each question below.lrnd·~ I 1 061 tlfR"it U3cfi:t 3ftf.~I{u11I. is given a statement followed by statement and the following assumptions and decide which of tbe assumptions Give answer: (I) if only assumption 1 is implicit.521 Direetlons (Q. You have consider the i implicit in the statement.lif.<ii~ ilq tOfimi1 ~ ~ .H$a t ~ rfftlRUlllI I (3)~".fm '['. Statement: Assumptions To achieve economic development. ~: t) 47. implicit. is desirable.Ci II fl@llifihd ~ ~ : (I) ~ I 3i=dHffid ~ . 1) Achieving economic development II) Working hard is not impo sible.

the amenities provided here are far superior. : 1) Rates are independent of amenities provided. I) Learning science by everybody is desirable. fIE Ill! 521 48.tft ~ I TI) it '5IN{ ~ 3l1tTIfta.lOr.~~~ I • 50. I)~C6I~~~~':f!ft~ I I m~~ifil~onvrr~~ 49. Statement: Assumptions Although the rates of this hotel are comparable with other hotels._tf~: I)fiffiR~~if. I~ A layman generally finds it difficult to Learn science on IUs own. l) . Assumptions . Staternenr : Visitors may use lift at their own risk. 1. Assumptions: I) Using Hft is Dot always safe. m Visitors do not want to use lift. Statement : This book is so designed that even a layman can easily learn sc ience in the absence of a teacher.. il) Rates are dependent on amenities provided.~~ $I4clld) ~1R anmItf . t I 111 -13-- A .

F must serve on the same committee as B or H or both Band H. A and B cannot serve on the arne comm ittee.q 1i.ffi~lq.~. F.rlf<Wf~.521 Dfreeticn (Q. The appointments must respect the fullowing : Each committee must have exactly three members. a Food Service Committee and an Entertainrneut Committee. E. wbich of the following must serve on the Food Servi e Committee ? (1) A (2) D (3) E -14- 111 A . Sl-55) : The President of a club is appointing nine officials A. If B and G serve on the Games Committee. D. E. D.B~ m~ ~ ij1J ~~ IIRl!il.~4'i"t {I't. 1mr ('51'.~ -R~ ~m llfEffii II~ ~ ~3l1 R~f. C and D must serve on the same committee. G H ~ I tg WI ~ I~ W ~ l%-~OO v_<i1% 1 cfr. H must erve on the Entertainment Committee. ~ ~ R 51-55): l% iffiiifonT 3lt2l&l <fR iffitiJ~· ~iIlRlzn CIiRf Cf. B. G. There will be a Garnes Committee. H and I to serve on three committees (0 study three different aspects of activities of the club.rr ~ . No person can serve on more than one committee. E cannot serve on the same committee as I. C.ffe7r WPQT ~ I -&rrr I -F~nnrl4~~~~~B~H~B~H~~ 51.P4 m lJP <fi\rft 1i'ttff ~iI 11~ J ~m q<nitl<tilllAl A. B.E :m :efimf . P.:j ~ I ~ -~ . C.~ I lfCImT I ~~ eRlfa41 it1tfil' lrltIftrit if.) f.c ~D~mrrfflif~~·l / -A~B~~-q:@mml .

G (3) C. E isappointed [Q the Food Service Committee. G ill. B 53.ci c em ~ t ~. Which of the following groups could constitute the Games Committee 521 ? 0) ~B. D.fi'I ~ II. E cfi't lSID WiHrI~mdtM<6t i HWffi ti~nliImrc). ill.! . If F erves on the Food Service Committee And C serves on the same committee as ~ then which of the folio . m HRit t1 cmw~ i'RT~ ? L G <. 1 (L) ~ H t. I~~~~t~<fit~~ (I) ~ (3) ~Clcl 1 ~ ill (4) ~ n~m 54..E (2) A. H E (4) P.l. If A is assigned to the Food Service Committee and C is appointed to Enrertainment Committee. (3) 1 and m only (4) IT and ill only trftrffiv.tt:r -ijit ~ ~~ if ~~ ? I (2)~m (3) ~ -J5- I~II (4) ~ n~m A A III . to the Games Committee. A II. then which of the foUowing must be true ? I.1l Tflft t I I I m. 1 i appointed to the Entertainment (1) I only ~ A <€I ·~~itcrr (2) ill only Committee. I (Ir Loaty (2) III only (3) I and II only (4) n and ill only ~F"@m-Rcn lrttmn1 ~ om C ~ mtmt q~~ 1. G is appointed TI. ~ I (2)~m c@ TFft ID. ing must serve on the Games Committee? I i LA Tt G ITr. (iif f.I!llm~mmllll 52.

VlSERL (1) E (2) L (3) R (4) S 60. 3i~ coT q)qro ~ cg WIT 1UIT~ tim~· ~ qcRJ ~ ~ Tf'ft i I . If I is on the Entertainment Cernminee and B is on the FQod Service Committee. choose the last letter of the correct word. 56-60) :~ ~ q. Out of the choices given below each question. No. 56-60) : Letters of certain words have been rearranged and the jumbled spellings have been given below. tf.w.521 following must be true ? (I) F is on the Entertainment Commluee (2) C is on the Games Committee (4) F is on the Games Committee ImlllllltlMlmnn 55.:rf~"Rritt I I . then which of the (3) G is on the Food Service Committee (I) F~ l. CAPCET (I) A (2) C (3)P (4) T 59. AYDOT (1) A (2) D 1 (3) T (4) Y 57. ERVSECI (l)E (2) 1 (3) R (4) S 111 A .i~~~~~·~itmT~Cfi1.:q ~ I (3) Gl9m1:Tcn mr&rif~ Directions (Q. ~ (11:.31~~ 56. ILCEOP (J) C (2) E (3) L (4) a 58. (2) C~ ~.

) ~ qtf 3¥f.C. a person buys N.1I11lmllll IlllllllUm Test . 54. if it is first dropped from a height of 8 meters. ~ cli'rl:!!-fi~ ~<ifR .f~? (1) 4. Which of the following numbers is exactly divisible by 99 ? (1) 114345 (2) 135792 (3) 3572404. (4) 913464 62.500.wRt~~<€J~lf~~"t~~ cfI~~ lOcffqJ{~iI ~ij<i{3if. the divisor is 10 times the quotient and 5 times the remainder. Find the value (in Rupees) of the certificates purchased by him in the first year ? 1% ~ 'mfi ~q.) wf-.500 ~~ u$r ~ If.{ ~t I ~ qti ~~w~f. find the total vertical distance (in meters) il has travelled when it hilS the ground for the 10th lime.969 (4) 24. If the remainder is 46 the dividend is : (1) 4356 (2) 4816 (3) 5096 (4) 5336 63.fi~lJTB~6RfiflGJ~J I) ~¥f~ (2) 4.969 (2) 22. (National Savings Certificates) of value exceeding that of his last year's purchase by Rs. In a division sum. ~~~crn slftl\ N~-a~~.000 J~~<flf~~ (4) 6.969 ~~.II N umerleal Ability 521 ~-~ -II tiL~!(li<fi ~ 61.rwa~~~(~1f)(flfc:f»l7 (3) 23.000 ~ it) ~ ~lf.S. (1) 21. .969 A III -17- A .ft fuR. On 1st January every year.800 (3) 5.t) ~ 11100 ~ ~~ 54. After 10 years he finds that the total value of the certificates held by him is Rs. 100.000 64. A [ennis ball rebounds each time to a height equal to one-half of the height of the previous bounce.

.700 Caretaker = Rs. I head clerk and an additional staff as caretaker. I clerk and I head clerk.000 Clerk == Rs.20.4801 (3) 0. 2.500. 3. The monthly salary of each of them is as follows.n~ (2) 2.000 ~=1i. What fraction must be subtracted from the sum of three fractions ? 4 1 and "6 1 to have an average of '12 of all the 1 (1) - 1 2 1 (2) 3 (3) - I 4 (4) 6 1 111 -ts- A .800 (wi'rlf)f.2 (3) 70. 4..j!K~~1lfi~1fJl 3ifdlt~ 1 "RNl Ctlll(l<h{ ~ I~ H~ iiiT ~<lo-r~~ 1. The L.Cfi«<~=~. 3 clerks.2 (4) 71.30.521 65. Each school has 3 peons.48 (2) 0.1333 == ? (1) 0. 3.48 (4) 4.500 1.~~-q lzyfi 3 TfGUtfi 1~ ~ I~ ~ t ~ ~~. ~~~~ (1) 2.2 ? (2) 69. of 3' 6"' 9' I52 4 27 is 3'6' 9' 27 0) 1 54 I52 4 "qlf~ Wilqqtf4~ (2) 10 _7 (3) 20 3 (4) 27 4 60.C. 1.40. ~ 20~% 1~ ~ ~ . whereas a colJege has 5 peons.lOO.400 (4) 2. The total monthly salary bill (in Rupees) of Schools and Colleges of the city is : ~tIl[{-iI ~ ~=l.100 . 1.10.2 67. Peon = Rs.8 68. 5~ 3~.M. In a certain city there are 5 colleges and 20 school . Head clerk = Rs.lin.5 Cfiict~ if : 2.3467 +0. 0.700. 1.8438+0.~~=~.600 (3) 2.500 69.069= (1) 60.

JOA.. the average score for the team would have been 84.'IiPT ~ 84 ~ I~ I trq <t?t ~ ~ ~ 85 tJfR1lIG1 mtif ~ m I~ ~ 92 ~ ~ 1 (4) 672 (1) 645 (3) 588 72. The number of poirus.02 (3 0. The percent that q is less than p is (1) 83. The best marksman scored 85 points.n:tl§1JI3l't (I) 40 <!iT ~ 136 ~ 1"lfR ~ ~~ 2 : 3 ~ OWl ~ ~ f!Rm ~ flCfij ~ 5 :3 ~. A . II the ratio between first and second be 2 : 3 and that between second and third is 5 : 3 then the second number is : ~ ~'<iiT ~ tft. The sum of three numbers is l36.51 ? I.63 (4) 0. qjf~t: (1) 0. m tm' ~ It''fi ~Slfa4"'IMal trl <fil 3frffir ~ (2) 665 .IUIlIl rnli 111ft 11111m 70. (4) 32 m A ~~fcim2tqr. If he had scored 92 points.!.ft? (1) -3 (2) -6 (3) 3 (4) 6 75. A is as much younger to B as he is elder to C. '3 (2) 163. the team scored was : :s ~ ~ ~~ 'W<f ~ ma. A team of 8 persons join in a shooting competition. P is six times as large as q. The value of 521 . If the sum of the ages of B and C is 48 years what is the age of A in years '7 A B~""J(HT~~t~~Cl6 (1) 20 (2) 24 C-Rargr~ '~B~C<6t (3) 30 ~<nT~ 48~%. is: JOA. m~-a&rr~: (2) 48 (3) 52 (4) 60 73.q.2 (2 0. 3 (3) 90 (4) 60 A 111 -lg.

1~WnIW~.f. The percentage of slump in business is : llllllli m"~lIm i increased from 4% to (1) 10% (2) 15% (3) 20% (4) 30% 17.fl. Y retired from the firm and X and Z decide to share profits. Y and Z were sharing profits in the ratio 4 : 3 : 2.in the ratio 3 : 2. ~~~(~-if) ~4(-a~ 1R~? ImtRl (4) 13.50 78. at what price (in Rupees) per kg should he sell the mixture to make 35% profit in the transaction ? ~~~ 35f. What additional discount must be offered to bring the net price to Rs.50~. X.:n. A book is listed at Rs.:toflf fai:rr I mt(i mcrrff"ffi'l ifil ~ f.50 per kg and 30 kg at the rate of Rs.50 per kg.50 (3) 13 10.rcnrffiX. 150. Calculate the gaining ratio. A man purchased 15 kg of rice at the rate of Rs.q 35%BNvrta~-&i~cm~<fiTma-f<f. 10. ~.1JL<6lGl(lm 30~.fll fffisT ~ I~ ~ q. 104 em.ci Z~ 3: 2 ~ ~~BN~ (4) 5: 8 1ll -2~ A .r ~ ~ ] 80~.50~. 9. ~ 9. q.q 'ffi"1il1l-m~ IY CI1f. with a discount of 20%.521 76.1L ~. The length of the longest IS : t (1) 26 (2) 32 (3) 48 (4) 52 80. The sides of a triangle are in the ratio side (in em.1Ii.. lj.1lT. The income of a broker remains unchanged though the rate of commission 5%.:n. Wrfcij. 180 ? "tzy6 ~ tR fu:I tR 20% cfij wt L50~.) 2": '3 >4" I1I and its perimeter is. Approximately. (l) 12 (2) 12. y ~ Z 4: 3: 2 it. He mixed the two. iR1~~ ~ ~ ~"iLl (1) 8% crr\ifW ? (2) 10% L (3) 12-% 2 (4) 15% 79. (1) 7 : 8 (2) 5: 9 ~-e St:lIR'fti it~ti?:fT I (3) 4: 7 xv.

8 85. (1) 18 it t:R ~ q. I{<i 4 ~. t5 men take 21 days of8 hours each to do a piece of work. The speed of a boat in still water is 15krnlhr and the rate of current is 3 kmlhr.t.'Oi. The length of the train (in meters) is : 1:%~ 1$ en Dll f<ffi4f em Qj) zm b.q (2 54 2 ~:I{f ~.ift/Y.6 (4) 30. %v.r ~ ~ cn:rn~1 ~ ~~ 3~ 3(AT 'tt ifi11f ifiUfr i ~ fcfi 2 !!W~~. as 2 men ? ~ ~ J5 ~ 8~ ~ 6 f. and comes down with an average speed of 36 kmph.tT.tr.fi. A [rain overtakes two persons who are walking in the same direction in which the train is going.1ft . % ! 121lRl-q ~ cfil ~ ~~ cfi'r (2) 2.) ~: (3) 32.nq<€J ~ \iffi ~7ffit 1F1I W (iItt.) in 12 minutes is : M-. A man goes uphill with an average speed of 24 kmph. cfitG.2 (4) 1.1f}/~. and passes them completely in 9 and 10 seconds respectively. The distance travelled downstream (in krn.~~~~q>lffi: 9v.m .90 is made of 180 coins wbich are either 10 paise coins or 25 paise co iDS.ci 1O~-ija. if . The number of 10 paise coins is : (1) 54 (2) 60 (3) 80 -21- (4) 120 111 A . A sum of Rs.<t ~ ~"1l'fct-e"iRff~wrr~36 I~"lfm~ Ni.r~ (1) ~~M~~~24 f./~.{ 3 f<f. ar (he rate of 2 kmlhr and 4 km/hr. 36.J"lf <iT 21 21 ~"3B w./)i.I.Jft.q ~ ~1R6~"fftfi~ I~~~ (iftzdf) t: (3) 50 (4) 45 ~ (I) 72 84.t:l.1=ft./1l..ci tmJ '5ICffi. The average speed (in km/hr) for the ~~wwn.8 30 (2) 28. l=jT.'tft. The distance travelled in botn the cues entire journey is : being the same.ffi q.8 83. if 3 women eto as much work.6 15 Rr. How many days of 6 hours each would 21 women take.521 81./"SI. 1l) t : (I) 3.:r if 1JP ~ ? (4) 30 (3) 25 &2.ts». tfft ~1lffi ~amrrt I ~rrta (f..4 (3) 1.•fiprfa -a "iffi Wi ~ ~.pf ~ (2) 20 ~ft.

1ft.t~cfitm:ll cfit~jr~~ (1) 26000 8%:R l! % ~m. . ~ ~ I CJtR q. t I \'RR qzy..:.0005 (1) 0. This liquid is to be filled into cylindrical shaped small bottles of a diameter 3 em and height 4 em. If one side and one diagonal of a rhombus are 5 em and 8 cm respectively then its area (in em") is : (1) 20 (2) 24 (3) 40 (4) 26 89.600 for Rs. How needed 1% ~ La empty many bottles will be the bowl ? ~ il iro \ifRT t I <inffiTq. his year I'y mcome ~·~impR(RctJTR~<nl"tffiT'ij"ffifftf.05 ~ q. The compound interest (in Rupees) on Rs.~~(mi{)~: (2) 24600 (3) 23800 (4) 22400 1 87. fM ~~ (4) 54 9 «:tft.f ~ iiI~HI<fiR1M g)it ~ ~lq::tljihd(~ (1) 27 (2) 35 (3) 45 III A . The thickness of the sheet (in: em. -q) i: (3) 0.70 (2) 873.) W ~~ ~ ~~1fil <fi\ ~1'Jlfl I mz-<6t ~ (~.005 90.1 wOO <fiB it.50. Half meter cubic gold sheet is extended by hammering so as to cove-r an area of one hectare. 61.. 1. 5.5 (4) 0.rwJa.) is : 3lllTIW lHfcJiK ~ cfI Wen) v_q..50 (3) 868 (4) 840 8g.q eRa ~ ? 'ffi"Sant I~ ififrcil ~ 4 -e.m~3UlIil6L50~. compounded 2 annually..1ft. is (1) 882. ~ (2) 0. 0iTI ~ iftf.r 'Ol1'R1 3 -a.----------------- --- 521 3 &6. His capital (in Rupees) is : 10110lillllllUHIJIE 4" '(J1_' 70. years at 10% per annum. A hemispherical bowl of internal radius 9 cm contains a liquid. A money lender finds that due to fall in the raft! of interest from 8% to 7 diminishes by Rs.Jft.r.

q 'i:fIJf€t~~ "Iffiij 'i:1iT~~ ? HlffiT~ ~ TlIllIq I (3) 1ffiO <iil ~ en ~ m lNT q)J ~ ~ A 111 A .S.4 141$tq(jq1 (I Cfi21:1 'q""' Wf'tt ~ Tfnj tfcfi 94. if 92.. TIle system of Judicial review originated in (1) India (2) Germany (3) Russia (4) U.::q ~ ~ fdi4f4q.-lIihl'Rrt~:(nttfCfi ( (4) ~ (3) " . ( 1) \IT{ffCfll"ffigr lig~~ mulWm~ (2) (4) -23- Cfi[qql~"r. The West to East extension of the Himalayas is from (1) Nanga Parbat to Namcha Barwa (3) ~ ~ to <6I ~ (2) Rokapo hi to Lobit river (4) Indus gorge to Dihang gorge Chomoithari (I) ~ -a ~. Le Corbusler.. (2) m~ (3) wit (4) "S. (3) Gandhian state (4) Industrial state (I) ~~"B (2) 4:WllRl<huar~ 95.GIl{EU~ ff ~ <fi'r amfcffim: ~ : (2) {fCfiN". The philosophy of Laissez f<ilre is identified with (I) Welfare state ~CfIT~~~~~ (2) Socialist state . the architect of Chandhigarh (I) France "j1ilI'[¢ "EfiJ Cl1tti4il( ~ was a national of (3) Portugal (4) Netherlands' (2) Switzerland <ii1{~Rw:I{ ~ iti : (3) ~CfiT (I) 9iHf CfiT (2) \4"I¥lw1-S <:fiT (4) ~<'@ 93.A. (1) Comptroller and Auditor General of India (2) The Chief Justice of India (3) Attorney General of India (4) Ex-Speaker of Lok Sabha ~ Hi=r1{-a ~~.--~--- II~ IIIlIR I~IJ IllJ1Jl1111D 521 Tet-ill General Knowledge and Awareness of Current Affairs VH-~ lWlI. ~. Who among the following non-members can take part in the proceedings of the Indian Parliament whhoul the fight to vote . ~ m <tl <ilt4CfiH~ 91.1!.

.c. Into how many parts is the Indian constitution divided? . Who is theauthor (I) Cherie Blair of the book 'Speaking.for Myself' ? (2) Salman Rusadie ~ qi ~ (3) Mohammad Bauif (4) Hillary Clinton .z (4) GfdlfRc:n~~ -24- 111 A .-411""'llfiR 1fI~ ~ 0it' . When is Inrernational Women's Day. ':f\ (I) ~ ib ~ iti ~ 99.:e:... is the (1) President of Italy (3) Prime Minister of Italy ~ ciHt1.:a (3) lfTif.qH ~ 7 (4) 'ifR . ~'. whose name was in news recently. Silvio Berlusconi.12 ·(4) March. 2008 ~ ~ (2) ~ t<~ aTrtR ~ N<m asfi:l'"l{ (3) ~ =cj"M'4~~. 4 3'li={I{(lt{jt. 98.15 100..~v '. and United Nations Day for women's Right and International Peace celebrated ? (1) March. 97 _ Who among the following won the "India open Grand Prix Badminton 2008 ? (1) Thailand (2) India (3) Eng1and Mit -« ~ (I) ~ ~. 1 (3) ~~ 5IaHJi. \ (1) 18 (2) 21 (3) 22 (4) 24 lOt. BNID which recently came into news stands for (1) Business Management (3) Ballistic Management Development Defence (2) Ballistic Missile Development (4) Ballistic Missile Defence (1) ~ (3) ii(~I~CP ~4~~. 15 Rem ~ ¥O!@dl3!l~ ~ (2) ~. ~ (2) March."' ~~ ~H t> ? • (1) ~WR3R (2) ~~ _ Championship" (4) China held in April.fi..521 96.:f.Sqt'\Gqrt G4'?1~"T! ~ (2) =lciIMi:fi ~ .f!If~~ B41iilG (2) ~ (2) President of Germany (4) Prime Minister of France it ¥fl. 8 ~ i8lr ~ ~~ ~ JRltU ~ ? (I) :q. 12 ~ 3ir11«1Il{l~mf.t<hl.4 (4) l:ffif. 8 (3) March.sqaq~.

4 3'Hj(U~lj ~ (2) March. held in April. When is Intemarional Women's Day._:'l.-.. . who 20087 among the following won [he "India open Orand Prix Badminton Championship" (2) India (3) England (4) China (I) Thailand f..521 96. 4 Jff1f 8 (3) ~.~~ A ..n4if iI~ (I) ~ ~ 2008 if s{ .l~ . Into how many parts is the Indian constitution divided? (1) 18 (2) 21 (3) 22 (4) 24 101.. 8 (3) March.15 • 1 10Q. (1) ~ 4~':1~Pi!:sc:I€lqq'i! - ~~wITrTmmt? (2) ii{li1IlWn ~ (4) *~111R.ft ~:uq~if (2) ~~~ if en. and United Nations Day for women's Peace celebrated ? (l) March.~? ~1S"f1 "h11 l. 15 it<:ffi ~ ~~ (2) ~ ~ 3l""d((l~lj mRt fa'a ~ * ~~ CRlf.12 (4) liR. BMD which recently came into news stands for (1) Business Management (3) Ballistic Management Development Defence (2) Ballistic Missile Development (4) Ballistic Missjle Defence Gil.:. Silvio Berlusconi.6 (3) lZffiil.' • (2) lffi1lf. V!f. 12 '(4) March.ff'I1 ~t ? (I) ~. is the (1) President of Italy (3) Prime Minister of Italy (2) President of Germany (4) Prime Minister of France H41iliO mdlaafl (1) ~~~ ii({fi#y. ~:~~~ifEPil""4loil~.. Who is the author of the book 'Speaking for Myself (1) Cherie Blair f~ ? Hanif (4) Hillary Clinton (2) Salman Rushdie 1 (3) Mohammad ~1I"t1'Il@l . ~. whose name was in news recently..- (1) 97..« :ijfi:q4"1~IGII ~? (3) ~ (4) ~R-~I TfR t 98..sct~q~'i! (3) 4d1Q<f! 4~?1~"'t~ 111 ..~ Right and International 99. -itU ~* 4t~at4i ~q.~~( ~ (2) ~~ ~sl4.

Gujrar and Maharashtra (1) ~J ~1«i3'ii{m (2) ~.imlllR~~~~·<it"3m{~i (I) ftq) ~~t ftc:Tt'tl (3) ~ tG (2) ~ 'tl (4) ~~ 103. The rate at which banks lend to RBI is known as (I) Repo mte (2) Reverse rapo rate (3) Interest rate (4) Bank rate f. Haryana and U.~~ (4) d.H~: ~1"\UI4!i1~ ~ 111 ·25- A .P (2) Bihar.*. (4)'wim~ 105. 'Vijay Hazare Trophy' (l) Badminton is associated with the game of (2) Football (3) Hockey (4) Cricket (2)~ (3) ~ (4)~ 104.3) ~ • 0) ~ (2) ~ 106. . 'Talchar' is famous for thermal power plant It is located in which of the foUowing states? (I) Assam f~ (2) Bihar GffR ~d~i~' ~ (3) Orissa (4) West Bengal ~lf[ql ~ I lUI ~ ~-q t 7 (. Which states of India have derived maximum benefits from green revolution? (1) Punjab. ~~"Q.. Andhra Pradesh and Kerala (3) Rajasthan.~. Pen name 'Beerbal' belongs to (I) Pramatha Chaudhry (2) Ashpurva ~:N-Wi '~' ~~ De v (3) Samaresh Majumdar (4) Samares h B asu ? (2) ~~ (1) wrM~ (3)m~. West Bengal and Assam (4) Tamil Nadu.-----~- 521 101.<i amrrq (3)~.

V.Britain (3) Q. Mahalancbis 'IT«nWfilt::r \4d jfi'fl p (2) Prof.t~W~ ~~'lS'~ if ~ 3Wr~ ~c6! cor 31"1~ m? (2) ~ )11.iH~&. Desbmukh 31fq ~ ~ ~ ~~~. l{8. M.Ireland 11lIlIDm~11111I1lll III (3) Kharieum ~ Sudan D u -Rt=r-ql!~~W~~ (1) ? (2) ~ - cmm . Who invented 'computer laptop' ? (]) Sinclair .~ 111 -26- A . 7Jq rfil ~ q.1l$ I~ tWrfij. C. ~ • IlO.France ? (2) 3n('?fr~ .~ 3i1t4W1iJ I (3) @[{ij~lllq_ - ¥H (4) ~.Germany ~~q. ~-ij. W{.~~~ ~ (2) 6"1. (3) tfi. ~. Swaminathan (4) Sada Shiv Rao (I) Dr.S.U. Norman Borlaug (3) Dr. tIT. Who was the Government the chairman of this committee? (1) Dadabhai Nareji (3) P.lil(~f. (4) Lacques Nicolas Conte . K. R.A.Australia (4) Dublin . lit.:nfCi ~ 109. After independence. mrm.a . <fl. V. Daimler . a:m:.Poland (2) Rotterdam .. en. _. ~ . recognizing the importance ef estimate of National Income and its various of India appointed the National Income committee in 1949. !iQIt1I.. William Gande (1) (3) "'Gr.n1n (2) Arthur Wynn. (1) ~ "LG1'i1~ ~. Which one of the following is not correctly matched 1 (l) Warsaw . m. 'I{. D.~. 3'l14tif1~ 108.i<:6ldl~ <t?R . 't4141'iitf'i-:r (4) ST.r~lfElbI. cemponents. The term "Green Revolution" was given by (2) Dr. (4) -4'% 4'11.521 107.~-m 4) dCjl~R f. (l) fB'i'fdlj{ _ ~ (3)~.fruq ~ m...S. Rao (4) C..

I have not come across verv few people who think of thing beyond their daily work.1Il1ll1llU 11m~mlll 521 Test-IV English Language Directions (Q. 116. The tendency to believe that man is inherently dishonest is something that wilJ decried. Identify that part and mark its number J. 116 . He managed to board !be running train but a 2 his luggat!es was left on the station. n 1. 3 or 4 in your answer sheet.115) : In each of the following sentences four words OT phrases have been underlined. 1 2 3 4 114. 113. HOBBLE: WALK:: (I) gallop : run (2) stammer: speak (3) stumble: fall (4) sniff: smell 111 ~27- A . It is foolish [0 be expecting one person to be like another person. Only one underlined part in each sentence is not accepted in standard English. 3 4 Directions (Q. SCALES: JUSTICE: (l) weights: : (2) laws: courts measures (3) torch : liberty (4) launch: peace 117.120) : Select the pair of words which are related in the same way as the capitalised words are related 0 each other. 2 3 4 115. for each individual is born with his J 2 3 4 characteri tics traits. 111 . 2 3 4 112. 2. Gaze for a tllin£! that are not available easily in th€ country is a universal phenomenon.

four words or phrases are given of which only one is synonymous with the given word. ABSTAIN (J) Slay (2) tempt (3) refrain (4) pardon . 111 . DUB10US (l) clear (2) undoubtedly (3) hesitant (4) doubtful 123. COARSE (1) impolite (2) rough (3) polished (4) improper 124. Select the synonym. DEFER (I) respect (2) dislike (3) postpone (4) disrespect 122.. YOLK: EGG:: (1) rind : melon (2) nucleus: cell (3) stalk: com (4) web: spider 120. -2&- A . 121. PROXlMITY (1) nearness (2) aloofness (3) completely (4) nearly 125. :BAMBOO: SHOOT: (1) bean : sprout : (2) pepper : corn (3) oak : tree (4) holly: sprig Directions (Q. FRAYED: FABRIC: (1) watered : lawn (3)tba\ : (2) renovated (4) worn: : building en : ice nerves 119.521 118.125) : For each Gf the following capitalized words.12l .

26. 1) get on (2) gel out even with murder. (3) gel off (4) get away Directions (Q. U6-130) : Fill in the blanks by selecting appropriate alternative.521 Directions (Q. Even after repeated warnings. He told his wife that (1) he will like to visit France (3) he would like to visit France from Gennany. Lovey asked me ( 1) wby are you angry ? (3) why 1 (2) past j _ (3) ago (4) previous _ (2) why (4) why 1 am angry ? was 1 angry ? to office on time. INDIFFERENT (1) curious (2) varied {3) alike (4) uniform 13 2. (2) he was liking to visit FIance (4) he is liking to visit France 130. (I) never come (3) is never coming (2) never comes (4) have never come 129. was angry ? he 128. I mel him only a week (I) back L27. 131·135) : Choose the correct antonym from the chaises for each of the following capitalised words: 131. DISCREET (1) wise (2) diplomatic (3) prudent (4) careless 111 -29- A . Some people can .

521 133. He went to the library (1) seldom (2) never to fmd that it was closed. 136. (I) emotional (2) democratic (3) intolerant (4) liberal 111 -30- A . race and religion. that they can disappear (I) tentative (2) tenuous (3) consistent (4) restrictive 138. She rejected it (2) subtle . (2) ambiguous (3) narrow (4) fantastic 140. ills (I) complicated directions misled us we did nor know which of the two roads to lake. The lies thai bind us together in common acti ity are so at any moment. 136-140) : Each sentence has one or two blanks. OBSOLETE (1) free IHlmllHllIlIIIUl (2) ancient (3) current (4) cultured 134. SCEPTICAL (l) doubtful (2) convinced (3) questioning (4) cinic Directions (Q. It would be difficult for one so to believe that all men are equal irrespective of caste.abruptly .angrily _ 139.violently (4) sympathetic . Her reaction to his proposal was (1) inevitable -vebemently (3) clever . (3) only (4) solely 137. Choose the word or set of words lhal best completes the sentence mean ingfully. RA TlONAL (1) sound (2) insane (3) judicious (4) sensible 135.

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