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1.

"Idgaah" is written by:


(A) Munshi Premchand
(C) Jai Shanker Prasad

2.

3.

4.

Enzyme is a:

8.

9.

Akash is a ........... missile:

(A) Pacific Ocean


(C) Indian Ocean
11.

6.

fuEufyf[kr jkT;ksa esa fdl jkT; esa f}lnuh; fo/kku lHkk gS%
(A) xqtjkr
(B) egkjkV
(C) Nkhlx<+
(D) e/;&nsk

7.

skj dqdj esa [kkuk tYnh curk gS D;ksafd%


(A) ncko c<+us ls DoFkukad c<+rk gS
(B) Hkki csdkj ugha tkrh
(C) Hkki tYnh ls [kkuk idkrh gS
(D) ikuh fuEurj rkieku ij mcyrk gS

8.

varfj{k ksxzke ds vUrxZr la{ksi.k GSLV dk rkRi;Z gS%


(A) ft;kslk;ksul lsVsykbZV ykWUp osgfdy
(B) Xykscy lsVsykbZV fyad osgfdy
(C) ft;ksLVskujh lksyj ykbZV osgfdy
(D) buesa ls dksbZ ugha

9.

vkdkk ,d ------- {ksikL= gS%


(A) ok;q ls ok;q
(C) lrg ls lrg

(A) Sodium carbonate


(C) Sodium chloride

(B)
(D)

ok;q ls lrg
lrg ls ok;q

10.

;w-,l-,- dk lcls cM+k lSfud Nkouh Mk;xks xkflZ;k fLFkr gS%


(A) kkUr egklkxj esa
(B) ,VykfUVd egklkxj esa
(C) fgUn egklkxj esa
(D) Q+kjl dh [kkM+h esa

11.

csfdax lksMk dk jklk;fud uke gS%


(A) lksfM;e dkcksZusV
(B) lksfM;e ckbdkcksZusV
(C) lksfM;e DyksjkbM
(D) lksfM;e gkbMksDlkbM

(B) Atlantic Ocean


(D) Persian Gulf

The chemical name of baking soda is:

izksVhu
U;wfDy;d vEy

HkwdEih; rjaxksa ds ekiu gsrq fjDVj Ldsy dk fodkld fdl nsk dk


fuoklh gS%
(A) ;w- ,l- ,(B) :l
(C) ;w- ds(D) tkiku

(B) Air-to-surface
(D) Surface-to-air

Diego Garcia, which is one of the largest military


bases of USA, is located in:

(B)
(D)

27
31

5.

Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle


Global Satellite Link Vehicle
Geostationary Solar Light Vehicle
None of these

(A) Air-to-air
(C) Surface-to-surface
10.

,Ut+kbe gksrs gSa%


(A) dkcksZgkbMsV
(C) olk;q vEy

Increased pressure raises boiling point


Steam is not wasted
Steam cooks food faster
Water boils at a lower temperature

Under Indian space programme, the abbreviation


GSLV stands for:
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

4.

(B) Maharastra
(D) Madhya Pradesh

Cooking is quicker in a pressure cooker because:


(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

rhu /kku jax gSa%


(A) uhyk] gjk ,oa yky
(B) uhyk] ihyk ,oa yky
(C) ihyk] ukajxh ,oa yky
(D) cSaxuh] uhy ,oa uhyk

(B) Russia
(D) Japan

Among the following states, which has got bicameral


legislature:
(A) Gujarat
(C) Chattishgarh

7.

3.

(B) Protein
(D) Nucleic Acid

The developer of the scale, known as Richter scale to


measure seismic waves, was the native of which
country:
(A) U.S.A.
(C) U.K.

6.

foo lk{kjrk fnol fdl fnu euk;k tkrk gS%


(A) vDVwcj] 24
(B) flrEcj]
(C) flrEcj] 8
(D) vDVwcj]

Blue, green and red


Blue, yellow and red
Yellow, orange and red
Violet, indigo and blue

(A) Carbohydrate
(C) Fatty acid
5.

2.

(B) September 27
(D) October 31

The three primary colours are:


(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

bZnxkg fdlds }kjk fy[kk x;k gS%


(A) eqa'kh sepUn
(B) lqfe=kuUnu iar
(C) t;'kadj lkn
(D) egknsoh oekZ

(B) Sumitra Nandan Pant


(D) Mahadevi Verma

World literacy day is observed on:


(A) October, 24
(C) September, 8

1.

(B) Sodium bicarbonate


(D) Sodium hydroxide
ASST.-III (Dept.)

[B-1]

12.

If one seventh of a number exceeds its one eleventh


part by 100, the number is:
(A) 770
(C) 1825

13.

(B) 1925
(D) 1200

15.

(A) 5
(C) 1/5
17.

18.

19.

1
5
1
5

16.
(B) 1
(D) None of these

(B) 48
(D) 60
18.

19.

20.

(B) 110
(D) 80

ljy djsa

(B) 20osa
(D) 29osa

(B) 6.5
(D) 7

(B) M
(D) C
1 1
+ of
5 5
1
1
of
5
5

1
5
1
5

%
(B) 1
(D) buesa

ls dksbZ ugha
8

vf/kd gS] rks og

(B) 48
(D) 60

;fn e'k% nks la[;kvksa ds ?ku dk ;ksx

91

gS] rks os la[;k;sa crk,a%

(B) 2, 3
(D) 4, 5

,d O;f ;fn unh ds cgko ds lkFk 6 fdeh- fr ?kaVs dh nj ls


uko pykrk gS vkSj cgko ds foijhr 4 fdeh- fr ?kaVs dh nj ls]
rks ty okg dh xfr D;k gksxh%
(B) 4 fdeh(D) buesa ls

dksbZ ugha

nks la[;kvksa dk y?kqke lekiorZd mlds egke lekiorZd dk 24


xquk gksxkA muds egke rFkk y?kqke lekiorZd dk ;ksx 375 gS] vkSj
;fn ,d la[;k 45 gS rks nwljh la[;k gksxh%
(B) 110
(D) 80

fdsV ds [ksy esa Fke 10 vksoj esa juksa dh nj dsoy 3.2 FkhA
ckdh 40 vksojksa esa 282 ju dk y{; ikus ds fy, juksa dh nj D;k
gksuh pkfg,%
(A) 6.25
(C) 6.75

ASST.-III (Dept.)

fnu
fnu

;fn fdlh la[;k dk vk/kk mlds frgkbZ ls


la[;k crk,a%

(A) 120
(C) 150
21.

vf/kd gS rks og

la[;k 500 dks jkseu vadu i)fr esa fdl dkj nf'kZr fd;k
tk,xkA

(A) 5 fdeh(C) 1 fdeh-

(B) 4 Km
(D) None of these

100

(B) 16
(D) 17

(A) 1, 2
(C) 3, 4

(B) 2, 3
(D) 4, 5

fgLls ls

fo|kfFkZ;ksa dh vkSlr vk;q 15 okZ gSA tc 5 u, fo|kFkhZ kkfey


fd, tkrs gSa rks vkSlr vk;q 1 okZ ls c<+ tkrk gSA u;s fo|kfFkZ;ksa
dk vkSlr vk;q okks esa D;k gksxk%

(A) 36
(C) 52

In the first 10 overs of a cricket game, the run rate was


only 3.2. What should be the run rate in the remaining
40 overs to reach the target of 282 runs?
(A) 6.25
(C) 6.75

17.

1/11

10

(A) 5
(C) 1/5

The LCM of two numbers is 24 times their GCM. The


sum of their GCM and LCM is 375. If one number is 45,
the other number is:
(A) 120
(C) 150

21.

1 1
+ of
5 5
1
1
of
5
5

fnu
fnu

(A) L
(C) D

A man can row with the stream at 6 Km/Hr. and


against the stream at 4 Km/Hr. Find the speed of the
current:
(A) 5 Km
(C) 1 Km

20.

(B) M
(D) C

If sum of cubes of two consecutive numbers is 91, the


numbers are:
(A) 1, 2
(C) 3, 4

15.

blds

(B) 1925
(D) 1200

(A) 18
(C) 15

If one half of a number is 8 more than 1/3 of that


number, the number is:
(A) 36
(C) 52

14.

(B) 16
(D) 17

How will the number 500 be represented in Roman


notation:

Simplify

1/7

,d lw{etho R;sd 24 ?kaVs esa viuh la[;k dks nqxquk dj ysrk gSA
30 fnu ds vUr esa bldh la[;k 84 yk[k gSaA bldh la[;k 21
yk[k dc Fkh%
(A) 14osa
(C) 28osa

The average age of 10 students is 15 years. When 5


new students joined, the average age rose by one
year. The average age in years of the new students is:

(A) L
(C) D
16.

13.

(B) 20th day


(D) 29th day

(A) 18
(C) 15

;fn ,d la[;k dk
la[;k gS%
(A) 770
(C) 1825

A micro organism doubles itself numerically every 24


hours. At the end of 30 days its number is 84 lakhs.
When was its number 21 lakhs:
(A) 14th day
(C) 28th day

14.

12.

[B-2]

(B) 6.5
(D) 7

22.

How much time will it take for an amount of ` 450 to yield


` 81 as interest at 4.5% per annum of simple interest?
(A) 3.5 years
(C) 5 years

23.

What least number which must be added to 1056, so


that the sum is completely divisible by 23?

,d u esa] ,d fo|kFk us 3/4 ls xq.kk djus ds ctk; 4/3 ls


xq.kk dj fn;k vkSj lgh mkj mldk 49 vf/kd vk;kA lgh mkj gS%

in

respect

(A) 19
(C) 84

(B) 63
(D) 112

Ram purchased 25 kgs of rice at the rate of ` 45 per kg


and 12 kgs of pulses at the rate of ` 28 per kg. What is
the total amount that he paid to the shopkeeper?

26.

(B) ` 1416
(D) ` 1471
27.

(B) ` 8800
(D) ` 10000

If the diagonals of a rhombus are of measure 12 cm


and 16 cm. Then the measure of its side is:

Simplify 6 5 6 5

3
2

65 65

(A) 6
(C) 5

Find the area of a triangle whose base is 25 cm long


and corresponding height is 10.8 cm.:

(B) ` 8800
(D) ` 10000

;fn ,d prqHkZqt dk fod.kZ


Hkqtkvksa dk eki gS%
(A) 10 lseh(C) 15 lseh-

(B) 2
(D) 3

gSA dqy jde D;k gS\

29.

30.

(A) 153 cm
(C) 531 cm2

53% ` 5,194

nks vifjes; la[;kvksa dk xq.kuQy gksrk gS%


(A) lnSo vifjes;
(B) lnSo ifjes;
(C) lnSo ,d iw.kkd
(D) dHkh ifjes; ,oa dHkh vifjes;

(B) 20 cm
(D) 96 cm

,d jde dk

(B) ` 1416
(D) ` 1471

28.

Always irrational
Always rational
Always an integer
Sometimes rational and sometimes irrational

jke us pkoy ` 45 fr fdxzk- dh nj ls 25 fdxzk- vkSj nkysa ` 28


fr fdxzk- dh nj ls 12 fdxzk- [kjhnkA nwdkunkj dks mlus dqy
fdrus #i, fn;s\

(A) ` 9800
(C) ` 7800

The product of two irrational numbers is:

(B) 63
(D) 112

(A) ` 1466
(C) ` 1461

53% of a sum of money is 5194. What is the sum of money?

(A) 6
(C) 5
31.

(B) 18
(D) 21

25.

statement

Opposite sides are equal


Opposite angles are equal
Diagonals bisect each other but need not be equal
Sum of adjacent angles is 90

(A) 10 cm
(C) 15 cm

30.

(A) 3
(C) 2

In a question, instead of multiplying a number by 3/4,


a student multiplied it by 4/3 and got 49 more than the
correct answer. The correct answer is:

(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
29.

esa lcls NksVh la[;k dkSu&lh tksM+h tk, ftlls bldk ;ksx
iw.kZr% foHkkftr gks tk,\

lekUrj prqHkqZt ds lanHkZ esa vlR; dFku dk pquko djsa%


(A) foijhr Hkqtk,a cjkcj gksrh gSa
(B) foijhr dks.k cjkcj gksrs gSa
(C) fod.kZ ,d nwljs dks foPNsn djrs gSa ysfdu cjkcj gksuk
vko;d ugha gS
(D) fudVor dks.k dk ;ksx 90 gksrk gS

(A) ` 9800
(C) ` 7800
28.

1056
23 ls

24.

(A) ` 1466
(C) ` 1461
27.

(B)
(D)

ij lk/kkj.k C;kt dh nj ls
dh vko;drk gksxh%
4.5 okZ
4 okZ

of

(A) 19
(C) 84
26.

23.

(B) 18
(D) 21

Find the incorrect


parallelogram:
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

25.

` 450 dh ,d jde ij 4.5% frokZ


` 81 vftZr djus ds fy, fdrus le;
(A) 3.5 okZ
(C) 5 okZ

(B) 4.5 years


(D) 4 years

(A) 3
(C) 2
24.

22.

31.

(B) 135 cm2


(D) None of these
ASST.-III (Dept.)

12

lseh- ,oa
(B) 20
(D) 96

16

lseh- gS rks mldh

lsehlseh-

ljy djsa%
(B) 2
(D) 3

f=Hkqt dk {ks=Qy Kkr djsa ftldk vk/kkj 25 lseh- yEck gS ,oa


ijLij pkbZ 10.8 lseh- gS%
2
2
(A) 153 lseh(B) 135 lseh2
(C) 531 lseh(D) buesa ls dksbZ ugha

[B-3]

32.

A watch was sold at a profit of 15%. If its cost had


been 5% less and it had been sold for ` 21 less, then
the profit would have been 10%. Find the cost price of
the watch:
(A) ` 200/(C) ` 190/-

33.

A reduction of 10% in the price of sugar enables a


shopkeeper to obtain 25 Kg more for ` 2250. The
original price per kg was:

35.

(B) 218
(D) 214

22
7
22
7

480

ds

60%

(A) 216
(C) 212
36.

(B) 218
(D) 214

fuEufyf[kr esa lR; dFku crk,a%


22
7
22
7

(B)

,oa

(C) is rational and

(C)

ifjes; gS ,oa

(D) is irrational

(D)

vifjes; gS ,oa

22
is irrational
7
22
and
is rational
7

The product of two irrational numbers is:

22
7
22
7

vifjes; gS
ifjes; gS

38.

;fn 1 fdyksehVj 10 gsDVksehVj ds cjkcj gS] rks


fdlds cjkcj gksxk%
(A) 10 MsdkehVj
(B) 1 MsdkehVj
(C) 100 MsdkehVj
(D) 10 MslhehVj

39.

fuEu esa ls dkSu ledks.k f=Hkqt dh Hkqtk,a gSa\


(A) 5, 8, 12
(C) 15, 8, 17

(B) 6, 7, 12
(D) 3, 6, 8

The average score of three boys in mathematics is 30.


When the score of a fourth boy is added to the total
score of the three boys, the average is lowered to 25.
What is the score of the fourth boy?

nksuksa vifjes; gSa

nks vifjes; la[;kvksa dk xq.kuQy gksrk gS%


(A) lnSo vifjes;
(B) lnSo ifjes;
(C) lnSo ,d iw.kkd
(D) dHkh ifjes; vkSj dHkh vifjes;

(B) 1 decameter
(D) 10 decimeters

Which one of the following are the sides of a right


angled triangle:

nksuksa ifjes; gSa

37.

Always irrational
Always rational
Always an integer
Sometimes rational and sometimes irrational

If one kilometer is equal to 10 hectometer, then 1


hectometer is equal to:

ls foHkkftr gks tk, ,oa

ds rhu pkSFkkbZ dk eku D;k gksxk%

are both irrationals

(A) 10
(C) 20

12, 15, 20
(B) 180
(D) 1000

,oa

(A) 5, 8, 12
(C) 15, 8, 17
40.

lcls NksVh la[;k Kkr djsa tks


,d iw.kZ oxZ cusa%

(A)

(A) 10 decameters
(C) 100 decameters
39.

(B) ` 9/(D) ` 11/-

are both rational

(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
38.

35.

ugha

phuh dh dher esa 10% fxjkoV gksus ij ,d nwdkunkj ` 2250/esa 25 fdxzk- vf/kd phuh kIr djrk gSA ewy dher fr fdyksxzke
D;k Fkh%

(A) 400
(C) 900

Which of the following is a true statement?

(B) and

37.

34.

(B) 180
(D) 1000

What is the value of three fourth of 60% of 480?

(A) and

(B) ` 400/(D) buesa ls dksbZ

(A) ` 8/(C) ` 10/-

Find the smallest number which is divisible by 12, 15,


20 and is a perfect square:

(A) 216
(C) 212
36.

33.

(B) ` 9/(D) ` 11/-

(A) 400
(C) 900

,d ?kM+h dks 15% ykHk ij cspk x;kA ;fn bldh ykxr 5% de


gksrh rks ;g ` 21 de esa cspk tkrk rc ykHk 10% gksrkA ?kM+h dk
ykxr ewY; Kkr djsa%
(A) ` 200/(C) ` 190/-

(B) ` 400/(D) None of these

(A) ` 8/(C) ` 10/34.

32.

40.

(B) 15
(D) 25

ASST.-III (Dept.)

gsDVksehVj

(B) 6, 7, 12
(D) 3, 6, 8

rhu yM+dks dk xf.kr esa vkSlr vad 30 gSA tc rhu yM+dksa ds dqy
vadksa esa pkSFks yM+ds dk vad tksM+k tkrk gS rks vkSlr ?kVdj 25 gks
tkrk gSA pkSFks yM+ds dk vad D;k gS\
(A) 10
(C) 20

[B-4]

(B) 15
(D) 25

41.

The price of an article is reduced by 40 percent. In


order to restore the original price, the reduced price
must be increased by:
(A)
(C)

42.

1
%
3
2
66 %
3

33

,d oLrq dh dher 40% ls ?kVk nh tkrh gSA ewy dher esa bls okil
ykus ds fy, ?kVs dher esa fdruh frkr dh o`f) djuh gksxh%
(A)

(B) 40%
(C)
(D) 50%

The average age of a group of 40 students in a bus is


7 years. When the conductor's age is included the
average age is increased by one year. The age of the
conductor is:
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

41.

42.

1
%
3
2
66 %
3

(B) 40%

33

(D) 50%

,d cl esa 40 fo|kfFkZ;ksa ds ,d lewg dh vkSlr vk;q 7 o"kZ gSA


tc ifjpkyd dh vk;q blesa lfEefyr dh tkrh gS rks vkSlr vk;q
esa 1 o"kZ dh o`f) gks tkrh gSA ifjpkyd dh mez D;k gksxh%
o"kZ
o"kZ
48 o"kZ
buesa ls dksbZ ugha

(A) 40

40 years
45 years
48 years
None of these

(B) 45
(C)
(D)

DIRECTIONS: (Question No. 43 to 45) A logical diagram is


drawn following by four choice groups. Select the choice which
fit the logic of the diagram.

funsZk% izu la[;k 43 ls 45 ,d rkfdZd js[kkfp= ds ipkr~ pkj fodYi


fn;s x, x;s gSa ml fodYi dks pqus tks js[kkfp= dks rkfdZd n`fV ls lgh
crkrk gksA

43.

43.

(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

Forest, Trees, Plants


Mathematics, Algebra, Geometry
River, House, Boy
Humans, Mothers, Computers

(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

taxy] isM+] ikS/


xf.kr] chtxf.kr] T;kfefr
unh] ?kj] yM+dk
ekuo] ekrk] de~I;wVj

(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

flag] phrs] eknk,a


Qhrs] NM+h] dksV
Qwy] isM+] ?kkl
ufn;k] xaxk] tequk

(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

firk] HkkbZ] iq=


uj] rksrs] Lru/kkjh
O;f] dykdkj] yM+ds
firk] HkkbZ] cgu

44.

44.

(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

Lions, Tigers, Females


Laces, Sticks, coats
Flowers, Trees, Grass
Rivers, Ganges, Yamuna
45.

45.

(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

Father, Brother, Son


Males, Parrots, Mammals
People, Artists, Boys
Father, Brother, Sister

DIRECTION: (Question No. 46 & 47) Find the wrong number in


the following series.

funsZk% u la[;k
crkb;s%

46.

46.

10, 14, 28, 32, 64, 68, 132:


(A) 14
(C) 132

47.

(B) 32
(D) 68

(A) 10
(C) 500

,oa

47

(B) 50
(D) 5000

(B) 32
(D) 68

2, 5, 10, 50, 500, 5000%


(A) 10
(C) 500

ASST.-III (Dept.)

fuEufyf[kr Jsf.k;ksa esa xyr la[;k dks

10, 14, 28, 32, 64, 68, 132%


(A) 14
(C) 132

47.

2, 5, 10, 50, 500, 5000:

46

[B-5]

(B) 50
(D) 5000

DIRECTIONS: (Question No. 48 to 51) The following questions


are to be answered on the basis of information given below:
The is a group of 5 persons : A, B, C, D and E. In the group,
there is a Professor of Philosophy, a professor of Psychology
and a Professor of Economics. A and D are ladies who have no
specialisation in any subject and are unmarried. No lady is
philosopher or an Economist. There is a married couple in the
group of which E is the husband. B is the brother of C and is
neither psychologist nor an Economist.
48.

49.

51.

(B) B
(D) D

fuEufyf[kr fdl leqnk; esa lHkh iq:"k gSa%


(A) ABC
(C) BC

50.

(B) B
(D) D

(B) BCD
(D) BE

n'kZu'kkL= ds ksQslj dkSu gS%


(A) A
(C) C

51.

Who is the Professor of Economics?


(A) B
(C) D

49.

(B) BCD
(D) BE

Who is the professor of philosophy?


(A) A
(C) C

^E* dh iRuh dkSu gS%


(A) A
(C) C

(B) B
(D) D

Which of the following groups includes all the men?


(A) ABC
(C) BC

50.

48.

Who is the wife of E?


(A) A
(C) C

funsZ'k% 'u la[;k 48 ls 51 fuEufyf[kr 'uksa dk mkj fuEu lwpukvksa


ds vk/kkj ij nsuk gSA
ikp O;f;ksa dk ,d leqnk; gS % A, B, C, D ,oa EA leqnk; esa ,d
n'kZu'kkL= ds ksQslj gSa] ,d eukSfoKku ds rFkk ,d vFkZ'kkL= dsA A ,oa
D efgyk,a gSa ftudh fdlh fo"k; esa fof'k"Vrk ugha gS ,oa vfookfgr gSA
dksbZ Hkh efgyk u rks n'kZu'kkL=h gS vkSj u gh vFkZ'kkL=hA leqnk; esa ,d
fookfgr tksM+k gS ftldk ifr ^E* gSA ^B* C dk HkkbZ gS ysfdu eukSoSKkfud
ugha gS vkSj u gh vFkZ'kkL=h gSA

(B) E
(D) C

(B) B
(D) D

vFkZ'kkL= ds ksQslj dkSu gS%


(A) B
(C) D

DIRECTIONS: (Question No. 52 to 56) Select from the following


groups the word that does not belong to the group or is different
from the rest.

(B) E
(D) C

funsZ'k% 'u la[;k 52 ls 56 fuEufyf[kr 'kCnksa ds leqnk; esa tks leqnk;


ls fHk gS ;k leqnk; ls lEc) ugha gS mls pqusaA
52.

52.
(A) Tin
(C) Iron

(B) Steel
(D) Copper

fVu
ykSg

(B)
(D)

LVhy
rkez

(A)
(C)

dykdkj
lekpkj mn?kks"kd

(B)
(D)

xksYQ+ f[kykM+h
u`R;kaxuk

(A)
(C)

ty
ok;q

(B)
(D)

xSlksfyu
lhesUV

(A)
(C)

le;
O;f

(B)
(D)

dejk
dkj.k

(A)
(C)

rhu ifg;k
cl

(B)
(D)

VSDlh
VSadj

;fn

ROAD = 152

53.

53.
(A) Artist
(C) Newscaster

(B) Golfer
(D) Dancer
54.

54.
(A) Water
(C) Wind

(B) Gasoline
(D) Cement
55.

55.
(A) Time
(C) Person

(B) Room
(D) Reason
56.

56.
(A) Three-wheeler
(C) Bus
57.

(A)
(C)

(B) Taxi
(D) Tanker

If ROAD = 152 and MAP = 90, then RAIL = ?


(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

57.

120
140
160
None of these

(A) 120
(B) 140
(C) 160
(D) buesa
ASST.-III (Dept.)

[B-6]

vkSj

ls dksbZ ugha

MAP = 90,

rks

RAIL =

58.

A girl introduced a boy as the son of the daughter of


the father of her maternal uncle. The boy is girl's:
(A) Brother
(C) Son-in-law

59.

60.

61.

59.

,d yM+dh ?kj ls fudyrh gSA og igys 30 ehVj mkj&if'pe fn'kk


esa pyrh gS rFkk mlds ckn 30 ehVj nf{k.k&if'pe fn'kk esaA mlds
ckn og nf{k.k&iwoZ fn'kk esa 30 ehVj pyrh gSA vUrr% og vius
?kj dh eqM+rh gSA fdl fn'kk esa og eqM+ jgh gS%
(A) nf{k.k&iwoZ
(B) nf{k.k&if'pe
(C) mkj&iowZ
(D) mkj&if'pe

60.

N% ifjokj A, B, C, D, E, ,oa F ,d drkj ls ?kj esa jg jgs gSaA


B dk iM+kslh D ,oa F gSaA E dk iM+kslh A ,oa C gSaA A u rks F
vkSj u gh D ds cxy esa jgrk gSA 'C' 'D' ds cxy esa ugha jgrk
gSA F ds Bhd cxy okys iM+kslh gSa%
(A) B ,oa E
(B) B ,oa D
(C) B ,oa C
(D) dsoy B

61.

uhps vadksa dh ,d k`[kyk nh xbZ gS%

South-East
South-West
North-East
North-West

Six families A, B, C, D, E, and F are living in houses in a


row. B has F and D as neighbours, E has A and C as
neighbours. A does not live next to either F or D, C does
not live next to D. Who are F's next door neighbours?
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

,d yM+dh us ,d yM+ds dk ifjp; djok;k fd og mlds ekek ds


firk dh iq=h dk yM+dk gSA yM+ds yM+dh ls D;k lEcU/k gS%
(A) HkkbZ
(B) Hkrhtk
(C) nkekn
(D) pkpk

(B) Nephew
(D) Uncle

A girl leaves from her home. She first walks 30 meters


in North-West direction and then 30 meters in SouthWest direction. Next, she walks 30 meters in South-East
direction. Finally, she turns towards her house. In
which direction is she moving?
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

58.

B and E
B and D
B and C
Only B

Below is given a number series:


185729843627518943659
How many instances are there in which an even
number is followed by two odd numbers?
(A) Nil
(B) One
(C) Two
(D) Three

62.

In the following number series how many 5s are


preceded by 6 and not immediately followed by 8?

185729843627518943659

fdrus ,sls volj gSa ftuesa nks fo"ke la[;kvksa ds ckn ,d le la[;k
vkrh gS\
(A) ,d Hkh ugha
(B) ,d
(C) nks
(D) rhu
62.

58256836553558835652806583
(A) 1
(B) 2
(C) 4
(D) 6
63.

th

64.

65.

(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

as

vkrk gS ysfdu

yM+dksa dh ,d drkj esa tc vfer cka;h vksj nks LFkku f[kldrk


gS rks og cka;s Nksj ls 7ok gks tkrk gSA drkj esa nkfgus Nksj ls
mldh iwoZor fLFkfr D;k Fkh%
(A) lkroha
(B) vkBoha
(C) uoha
(D) buesa ls dksbZ ugha

64.

fdlh fuf'pr dwV esa SENIOR dks NZIDJM dksM fd;k tkrk gS
rks mlh dksM esa XDODUZI dks D;k dgsaxs\

(B) INQUIRE
(D) SUSTAIN

If INSURANCE is coded
HINDRANCE will be coded?

ds iwoZ vad

63.

(B) 8th
(D) None of these

In a certain code SENIOR is coded as NZIDJM, which


word would be coded as XDODUZI in that code?
(A) CISTERN
(C) CITIZEN

58256836553558835652806583
(A) 1
(B) 2
(C) 4
(D) 6

In a row of 16 boys, when Amit was shifted two places


towards the left, he became 7th from left end. What
was his earlier position from the right end of the row?
(A) 7
(C) 9th

fuEufyf[kr la[;k J`a[kyk esa fdrus


mlds rqjUr ckn 8 ugha vkrk gS%

16

(A) CISTERN
(C) CITIZEN

ECNARUSNI,

how

65.

CADNIHNCE
HANCDEINR
AENIRHDCN
ECNARDNIH

;fn

INSURANCE dks ECNARUSNI


HINDRANCE dks D;k dksM fd;k tk,xk\
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

ASST.-III (Dept.)

(B) INQUIRE
(D) SUSTAIN

[B-7]

CADNIHNCE
HANCDEINR
AENIRHDCN
ECNARDNIH

dksM djrs gSa] rks

DIRECTIONS: (Question no. 66 to 68) Select the suitable


alternative to satisfy the relationship in the following questions.

funsZk% u la[;k 66 ls 68 fuEufyf[kr uksa esa muds lEcU/kksa dks


lUrqV djus okys lgh fodYi dks pqfu,%

66.

66.

Triangle : Square : : Circle:


(A) Rectangle
(C) Ellipse

67.

Preamble : Constitution : : Preface:


(A) Dress
(C) Ledger

68.

(B) Pentagon
(D) Histogram

(A) Fork
(C) Cutlery

(B)
(D)

iapHkqt
fgLVksxzke

67.

vkeq[k % lafo/kku % % i`B Hkwfe %


(A) Msl
(B) iqLrd
(C) [kkrk
(D) uksV~l

68.

rqjgh % csUM % % pkdw%


(A) dkVk
(C) drZfjdk

(B) Book
(D) Notes

Trumpet : Band : : Knife:

f=Hkqt % oxZ % % o`k%


(A) vk;r
(C) nh?kZ o`k

(B) Spoon
(D) Kitchen

(B)
(D)

pEep
jlksbZ x`g

DIRECTIONS: (Question Nos. 69 to 71) In the following


questions the select the choice of letters which completes the
first word and begins the second. The letters in the bracket end
the first word and begin the second. Number of dots in bracket
indicate number of letters required.

funsZk% u la[;k 69 ls 71 fuEufyf[kr uksa esa igys kCn dks iw.kZ


djus ds fy;s vkSj nwljs kCn dks kjEHk djus ds fy, lgh v{kjksa dk
pquko djsaA og v{kj tks igys kCn dks iw.kZ vkSj nwljs kCn dks kjEHk
djsaxsa og dksBd esa vk,xsaA dksBd esa nkkZ;h xbZ fcUnqvksa dh la[;k v{kjksa
dh la[;k crkrh gS%

69.

69.

BO ( . . ) CALL:
(A) NE
(C) RE

70.

75.

71.
(B) ET
(D) ST

(A) 66
(C) 144

(B) DYST
(D) UCKT

CORN ( . . ) RATIC%
(B) ET
(D) ST

72.

;fn ikuh dks Hkkstu] Hkkstu dks isM+] isM+ dks vkdk'k] vkdk'k dks
nhokj dgrs gSa rks fdl ij Qy mxrk gS%
(A) ty
(B) isM+
(C) nhokj
(D) vkdk'k

73.

,d ?kM+h 7.30 iBu djrk gSA ;fn feuV okyh lwbZ if'pe n'kkZrh gS
rks ?kaVs okyh lwbZ dkSu&lh fn'kk n'kkZ,xh%
(A) mkj&if'pe
(B) mkj&iwoZ
(C) nf{k.k&if'pe
(D) nf{k.k&iwoZ

74.

jkf= esa ,d O;f isM+ ds uhps [kM+k gS vkSj og mkjh fnkk esa 5
fdyksehVj pyrk gSA og 90 ij vius nkfgus dh rjQ eqM+rk gS
vkSj 5 fdyksehVj pyrk gSA mls fdl fnkk esa isM+ rd igqpus ds
fy, pyuk pkfg,%
(A) nf{k.k
(B) nf{k.k iwoZ
(C) nf{k.k ifpe
(D) ifpe

75.

;fn

(B) Tree
(D) Sky

(B) North-East
(D) South-East

(B) South East


(D) West

If BAT = 69 and BOOK = 172, then PEN = ?

STU ( . . . .) IST%

(A) ES
(C) ER

A man is standing under a tree at night and walks in


the northern direction for 5 km. He then turns 90 to
his right and walks 5 km. In which direction should he
walk to get the original tree:
(A) South
(C) South West

(B) SS
(D) WL

(A) PIDT
(C) DENT

A watch reads 7.30. If the minute hand points west, in


what direction will the hour hand point?
(A) North-West
(C) South-West

74.

(B) DYST
(D) UCKT

If water is called food, food is called tree, tree is called


sky, sky is called wall, on which of the following
grows a fruit?
(A) Water
(C) Wall

73.

70.

CORN ( . . ) RATIC:
(A) ES
(C) ER

72.

(A) NE
(C) RE

STU ( . . . .) IST:
(A) PIDT
(C) DENT

71.

(B) SS
(D) WL

BO ( . . ) CALL%

(B) 105
(D) None of these

BAT = 69

(A) 66
(C) 144

ASST.-III (Dept.)

[B-8]

vkSj

BOOK = 172,

rks

(B) 105
(D) buesa

PEN =

ls dksbZ ugha

76.

Which of the following is the largest planet:


(A) Neptune
(C) Saturn

77.

78.

79.

80.

81.

82.

83.

84.

85.

86.

87.

81.

fo"ke dks igpkusa%


(A) vtUrk dh xqQk,a
(C) ,yhQSUVk dh xqQk,a

(A) Heart
(C) Liver

,yksjk
pkjfeukj

Nkhlx<+ fdldks dkVdj cuk;k x;k%


(A) e/;&ns'k
(B) fcgkj
(C) egkjk"V
(D) mkj&ns'k

83.

egkRek xka/kh dk tUe fdl jkT; esa gqvk%


(A) e/;&ns'k
(B) xqtjkr
(C) egkjk"V
(D) vkU/kz ns'k

84.

dkUMyk cUnjxkg fdl jkT; esa fLFkr gS%


(A) xqtjkr
(B) egkjk"V
(C) rfeyukMq
(D) if'pe&caxky

85.

^ljnkj ljksoj ifj;kstuk* lanfHkZr djrk gS%


(A) xksnkojh
(B) ueZnk
(C) xaxk
(D) cziq=

86.

ns'k dk lokZf/kd cM+k LVkWd ,Dlpsat dkSu&lk gS%


(A) ckWEcs LVkWd ,Dlpsat
(B) fnYyh LVkWd ,Dlpsat
(C) us'kuy LVkWd ,Dlpsat
(D) Hkkjrh; frHkwfr ,oa fofue; cksMZ

87.

fdlds dk;Z dks fu"ikfnr djus ds fy, Mk;yfll dk ;ksx gksrk gS%
(A) n;
(B) xqnkZ
(C) ;r
(D) QsQM+k

BSE
DSE
NSE
SEBI

Dialysis is used to perform the function of:

(B)
(D)

82.

(B) Narmada
(D) Bharmaputra

Which is the largest stock exchange of the country:


(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

ns'k dk ,dek= LFkku tgk czk th dk efUnj gS] fdl ftys esa fLFkr
gS%
(A) t;iqj
(B) vtesj
(C) xksj[kiqj
(D) okjk.klh

(B) Maharastra
(D) West Bengal

'Sardar Sarovar Project' refers to:


(A) Godavari
(C) Ganga

80.

(B) Gujarat
(D) Andhra Pradesh

In which state Kandla Port is located:


(A) Gujarat
(C) Tamilnadu

xjck vkSj jklyhyk yksd u`R; Hkkjr ds fdl jkT; ds gSa%


(A) mM+hlk
(B) jktLFkku
(C) xqtjkr
(D) fgekpy&izns'k

(B) Bihar
(D) Uttar Pradesh

The birth state of Mahatama Gandhi


(A) Madhya Pradesh
(C) Maharastra

79.

(B) Ellora
(D) Charminar

Chattishgarh was carved out of:


(A) Madhya Pradesh
(C) Maharastra

dqaHk&esyk ;kx] gfj}kj] vkSj mTtSu rhuksa ifo= 'kgjksa ds vykok


pkSFks fdl ifo= 'kgj esa euk;k tkrk gS%
(A) eFkqjk
(B) egkcyhiqje
(C) ukfld
(D) cM+ksnjk

(B) Ajmer
(D) Varansi

Find the odd one out:


(A) Ajanta Caves
(C) Elephanta Caves

78.

(B) Rajasthan
(D) Himachal Pradesh

The place famous for the countrys only Bramha


temple being located there is in the District of:
(A) Jaipur
(C) Gorakhpur

ekxZ'khkZ jkVh; iapkx dk dkSu&lk eghuk gS%


(A) nloka
(B) X;kjgoka
(C) ukSoka
(D) vkBoka

(B) Mahabalipuram
(D) Vadodara

'Garba and Ras Lila' folk dances are of Which State Of


India:
(A) Orrisa
(C) Gujarat

77.

(B) Eleventh
(D) Eighth

The Kumbh Mela is celebrated at one of the holy


cities. Prayag, Haridwar and Ujjain are the three,
which is the fourth:
(A) Mathura
(C) Nasik

fuEufyf[kr esa lokZf/kd cM+k xzg dkSu&lk gS%


(A) usIp;wu
(B) c`gLifr
(C) 'kfu
(D) eaxy

(B) Jupiter
(D) Mars

Margashirsha is .. month of National Calender:


(A) Tenth
(C) Ninth

76.

(B) Kidney
(D) Lungs
ASST.-III (Dept.)

[B-9]

88.

A coal mining area of the Damodar Valley is:


(A) Korba
(C) Singareni

89.

90.

91.

92.

93.

94.

Octroi is levied by:

(A) 100 crore


(C) 102.7 crore
96.

nd

(A) 22 March
(C) 13 March
97.

98.

99.

(A) Ghias-ud-din Balban


(C) Qutub-ud-din Aibak

(A) Snake bite


(C) Bed bug

94.

pqxh dkSu yxkrk gS%


(A) uxj fuxe
(C) vk;&dj foHkkx

95.

(B)
(D)

dsU ljdkj
vkcdkjh foHkkx

tux.kuk ds vuqlkj ns'k dh tula[;k gS%


100 djksM+
(B) 90 djksM+
102.7 djksM+
(D) 150 djksM+

2001

96.

^pS=* ekg dk Fke fnu lkekU;r% fdl frfFk dks iM+rk gS%
(A) 22 ekpZ
(B) 18 twu
(C) 13 ekpZ
(D) 15 tqykbZ

97.

Hkkjr dk jk"V xku D;k gS%


(A) tu&x.k&eu
(C) lkjs tgk ls

(B) Vande Mataram


(D) Raghupati Raghav

(B)
(D)

oUns ekr~je
j?kqifr jk?ko

98.

^okfyZl* tutkfr eq[;r% dgk ikbZ tkrh gS%


(A) e/;&ns'k
(B) xqtjkr
(C) egkjk"V
(D) jktLFkku

99.

jft+;k csxe fdldh iq=h Fkh%


(A) X;klqhu cycu
(C) dqrqcqhu ,scd

(B) Gujarat
(D) Rajasthan

(B) Altamash
(D) Mohammad Ghori

100. Malaria is transmitted through:

,d eqfLye Qdhj
,d /keZ

^uUnknsoh jk"Vh; ikdZ* dgk fLFkr gS%


(A) mkjk[k.M
(B) if'pe&caxky
(C) vle
(D) rfeyukMq

(B) 18 June
(D) 15th July

Razia-Begam was the daughter of:

(B)
(D)

93.

th

'Warlis' tribe is mainly found in:


(A) Madhya Pradesh
(C) Maharastra

nhu&,&bykgh ,d uke Fkk%


(A) ,d fl) efLtn
(C) ,d fo'ofo|ky;

(A)
(C)

What is the national song of India:


(A) Jana-Gana-Mana
(C) Sare-Jahan-Se

92.

(B) 90 crore
(D) 150 crore

The first day of 'Chaitra' month normally falls on:

fpkkSM+x<+
ukgj x<+

jk"Vifr dks Hkkjr dk ukxfjd gksuk pkfg, ,oa mldh mez fdlls
de ugha gksuh pkfg,%
(A) 30 o"kZ
(B) 25 o"kZ
(C) 35 o"kZ
(D) 32 o"kZ

(B) Central Government


(D) Excise Department

As per 2001 census the population of our country is:

(B)
(D)

91.

(B) West Bengal


(D) Tamilnadu

(A) Municipal Corporation


(C) Income Tax Department
95.

dhfrZ LrEHk dgk fLFkr gS%


(A) vtesj
(C) ek/kox<+

(B) A Muslim Saint


(D) A Religion

'Nandadevi National Park' is situated in:


(A) Uttarakhand
(C) Assam

90.

(B) 25 years of age


(D) 32 years of age

Din-e-ilahi was the name of a:


(A) A famous Mosque
(C) An University

vQhe dk lokZf/kd mRiknu djus okyk Hkkjrh; jkT; gS%


(A) tEew ,oa d'ehj
(B) e/;&ns'k
(C) mkj&ns'k
(D) egkjk"V

(B) Chittorgarh
(D) Nahar Garh

The president must be a citizen of India and not less


than:
(A) 30 years of age
(C) 35 years of age

89.

(B) Madhya Pradesh


(D) Maharashtra

Kirti Stambha is located in:


(A) Ajmer
(C) Madhavgarh

nkeksnj ?kkVh dk dks;yk [knku {= gS%


(A) dksjck
(B) laHkyiqj
(C) flaxjsuh
(D) jkuhxat

(B) Sambhalpur
(D) Raniganj

Which Indian state is the largest producer of opium?


(A) Jammu & Kashmir
(C) Uttar Pradesh

88.

100.

(B) Bee sting


(D) Mosquito

ASST.-III (Dept.)

(B)
(D)

vYrek'k
eksgEen xkSjh

fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdlds }kjk eysfj;k QSyrk gS%


(A) lkai ds dkVus ls
(B) e/kqeD[kh ds Mad ls
(C) [kVey ls
(D) ePNj ls

[B-10]

bl iqfLrdk ij dqN Hkh fy[kus ls igys


fuEufyf[kr funsZ'k /;kuiwoZd i<+sa
1.

viuk mkj fy[kuk kjEHk djus ls igys viuh 'u iqfLrdk dh Hkyh&Hkkfr tkp dj ysa] ns[k ysa fd blesa mijks
uksa dh la[;k bafxr gSa vkSj blesa fafVax laca/kh vFkok vU; fdLe dh dksbZ deh ugha gSA ;fn fdlh dkj dh dksbZ
deh gks rks i;Zos{kd dks lwfpr djsa rFkk iqfLrdk cny ysaA mkj nsus ls iwoZ vki ;g vo'; lqfuf'pr djsa fd
vkidks lgh fo|k'kk[kk iqfLrdk feyh gSA

2.

viuk uke] vuqekad la[;k vkSj vks-,e-vkj- OMR la[;k vkeq[k i`"B ij fy[ksaA mkj i= ij uhys@dkys
ckWy IokbV isu ls HkjsaA mkj if=dk ij viuk uke fyf[k, rFkk gLrk{kj dhft,A

3.

;g ,d oLrqijd fdLe dh ijh{kk gS ftlesa R;sd 'u ds uhps ekad A ls D rd pkj Lrkfor mkj fn;s
gSaA vkids fopkj esa tks Hkh mkj lgh gS mldks vks-,e-vkj- mkj i= esa fpfUgr dhft,A vius mkj 'u iqfLrdk
esa u yxk,A

4.

lHkh u vfuok;Z gSaA

5.

mkj&i= ij u rks jQ+ dk;Z djsa u gh vkSj fdlh dkj dk fu'kku vkfn yxk,a ;k bls eksaM+sA

6.

mkj if=dk bysDVkWfud ek/;e ls lalkf/kr dh tk;sxhA vr% bls eksM+us ;k ;=&r= fpUg yxkus vFkok mkj if=dk
dks [kjkc djus ,oa viw.kZ@vlR; Hkjus ij mkj if=dk dks fujLr fd;k tk ldrk gS ,oa bldh iwjh ftEesnkjh
vH;Fk ij gksxhA

7.

jQ+ dk;Z iqfLrdk esa fdlh Hkh [kkyh LFkku esa fd;k tkuk pkfg,A fdlh vU; dkx+t ij bls djus dh vuqefr ugha gSA

8.

gj ,d 'u ds fy, dsoy ,d gh mkj bafxr djsaA ,d ls vf/kd mkj nsus ij 'u dk dksbZ vad ugha fn;k
tk,xkA mkj esa dksbZ Hkh dfVax ;k vksojjkbZfVax ekU; ugha gksxhA iqu% 'u i= f}Hkk"kh; fgUnh ,oa vaxzsth esa gSA
fgUnh laLdj.k esa fdlh Hkh fHkrk gksus ij ewY;kadu ds fy, vaxzsth laLdj.k dks vfUre ekuk tk;sxkA

9.

dsYdqysVj] LykbM:y] eksckbZy] dsYdqysVj ?kfM+;k ;k bl dkj dh dksbZ Hkh ;qf ,oa fdlh Hkh v/;;u@lanHkZ
lkexzh vkfn dk ;ksx ijh{kk d{k esa oftZr gSA

10.

ijh{kk dh lekfIr ds i'pkr~ viuh mkj&if=dk i;Zos{kd dks okil dj nsaA vks-,e-vkj- mkj if=dk dks ijh{kk
d{k ls ckgj ys tkuk oftZr gS ,slk djuk n.M.kh; vijk/k gSA

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