1. Dog bite can cause rabies.

Which among the
following other animals can also cause rabies?
(1) Donkey (2) Bat
(3) Horse (4) Goat
2. The bee-sting leaves an acid which causes pain
and irritation. The injected acid is :-
(1) Acetic acid (2) Sulphuric acid
(3) Methanoic acid (4) Citric acid
3. 'Stem Cell Therapy' (SCT) is not useful for the
treatment of which one of t he followi ng
ailments ?
(1) Kidney failure (2) Cancer
(3) Vision impairment (4) Brain injury
4. The largest man-made canal in the world is :-
(1) Rhine canal (2) Panama canal
(3) Suez canal (4) None of these
5. Who produced the first film in India "Raja
Harishchandra" in 1913 ?
(1) V. Shanta Ram (2) Sohrab Modi
(3) Dada Saheb Phalke (4) K. L. Sehgal
6. Who said, "At the stroke of midnight, when the
world sleeps, India will awake to life and
freedom"?
(1) Mahatma Gandhi (2) C. Rajagopalachari
(3) Lord Mountbatten (4) Jawaharlal Nehru
7. Who among the following is not the recipient of
Bharat Ratna Award ?
(1) Ustad Bismillah Khan
(2) Raj Kapoor
(3) Lata Mangeshkar
(4) Satyajit Ray
8. Who among the following was the first woman
Cabinet Minister in India?
(1) Vijayalakshmi Pandit
(2) Indira Gandhi
(3) Rajkumari Amrit Kaur
(4) Sarojini Naidu
9. Who is the proponent and propagandist of the "Art
of Living" ?
(1) Maharishi Mahesh Yogi
(2) Swami Chinmayanand
(3) Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
(4) Bhagwan Rajneesh
1. + Ÿ | + + | º - = · ¤ i ¤ - | n + · | ª t | =+ - | t + l - - - n
= ~ - ¤ l + = ¤| - ¤ · + + | · º | · | i · ¤ i ¤ t | =+ - | t ?
(1) ª · | | (2) - n ª | · ÷
(3) · | | ÷ | (4) ¤ + · i
2. n · | n + º | i + ÷ + n | · - = (+ ~ - n + | ª z | ¤ t | - | t l ¤=+
+ | · º | · · ~ | · ¤n - t | - i t + - = ~ - n + | - | n t :-
(1) ( =i l º + ~ - n (2) =- ∂ ¤ ¸ l · + ~ - n
(3) n · | - | : + ~ - n (4) =| : l º ™ + ~ - n
3. ' ª º n = n · | · ¤ i ' (SCT) l - - - n = l + = ¤ + | · + · | ª +
- ¤ - | · n - ¤ ¤ | ª i - t i t ?
(1) ª · + i º | · | ¤ i (2) + - =·
(3) · l · º t | l - (4) n l ª - · + + i - | º
4. l ¤ z ¤ + i =¤ = ¤ ÷ i n | - ¤ l - l n - - t · t :-
(1) · | : - - t · (2) ¤ - | n | - t ·
(3) ª ¤ ¤ - t · (4) : - n = + | : - t i
5. · | | · - n 1913 n ¤ · | n l + - n" · | ¤| t · i z | - - : " + | l - n | º |
l + =- l + ¤ | · | | ?
(1) ¤ i z | | - - | · | n (2) =| t · | ¤ n | · i
(3) · | · | =| t ¤ + | - + (4) + ( n =t ª n
6. " n · ¤ · | l z + =n ¤ ¤¤ =- ¤ ¸ º | = =| · =| · t | t | ª | , · | | · -
+ l n ¤ ª ¤ - z - | + i ( + - : = ¤ t + | ~ | ª | ¤ t | ª | " ¤ t
+ · | - l + =- + t | · | | ?
(1) n t | · n | ª | · | i (2) =i · | ¤ª | ¤ | n | - | · i
(3) n | ÷ n | - - º ¤ º - (4) ¤¤ | t · n | n - t ª
7. l - - - l n l º | - n = l + = · | | · - · · - ¤ · ª + | · = =- n | l - - - t i
l + ¤ | ª ¤ | t ?
(1) - ª - | · l ¤ l ª n - n | t º | | -
(2) · | ¤ + ¤ ¸ ·
(3) n - | n ª z | + ·
(4) =· ¤ ¤i - · | ¤
8. l - - - n = · | | · - n ¤ · | n n l t n | + l ¤ - º n z i + | - · | i ?
(1) l ¤ ¤¤ n - n i ¤ l ÷ -
(2) : l · · | ª | · | i
(3) · | ¤+ n | · i ~ n - + | ·
(4) =· | l ¤- i - | ¤ ÷ ¸
9. " ~ | º ~ | + l n l ¤ ª " + ¤ º | - | ~ | · ¤ - | · + + | - t ?
(1) n t l · | n t z | ¤ | ª i
(2) ª ¤ | n i l - - n ¤ | - - ·
(3) ¬ i ¬ i · l ¤ z | + ·
(4) · | ª ¤ | - · ¤- i z |


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10. Which of the following cricketers of Indian origin
did not play for the West Indies ?
(1) Rohan Kanhai (2) Sonny Ramadhin
(3) Alvin Kallicharran (4) Raman Subbarao
11. The birth place of philosopher Ramanuja is the
death place of which Prime Minister ?
(1) Rajeev Gandhi (2) Indira Gandhi
(3) Jawaharlal Nehru (4) Morarji Desai
12. Which breed of dog does not bark ?
(1) Basenji (2) Doberman
(3) German Shepherd (4) Dalmatian
13. The city of Mysore has derived its name from the
sanskrit word, for which of these?
(1) Buffalo town (2) Beautiful town
(3) Golden town (4) Great town
14. 'Fanning and Dust' these terms are associated with:
(1) Tea (2) Coffee
(3) Soup (4) Cold drink
15. Which of the following cartoon character
represents a GENE ?
(1) Popeye (2) Asterix
(3) Obelix (4) Tintin
16. In tricolour flag of India, Saffron colour is a
symbol of :
(1) Unity (2) Sacrifice
(3) Peace (4) Prosperity
17. Which writer has won the Jnanpith as well as the
Magsaysay award ?
(1) R. K. Narayan (2) Arundhati Roy
(3) Amrita Pritam (4) Mahashweta Devi
18. Who was the first Deputy Prime Minister of India?
(1) Maulana Azad
(2) Vallabh bhai Patel
(3) V. K. Krishna Menon
(4) Rajendra Prasad
19. Which of the following is not correctly matched?
Authors Books
(1) Ram Manohar Lohia – The Wheel of History
(2) Dr. Rajendra Prasad – India Divided
(3) Maulana Azad – India Wins Freedom
(4) Mahatma Gandhi – My India
20. Swami Vivekananda's birthday is observed in
India as :
(1) Hindu Renaissance day
(2) World Religions day
(3) National Youth day

10. l - - - n = · | | · - i ¤ n ¸ n + | ¤ t + | - =| l + + º l º | n | ÷ i t
l ¤=- ¤ ª º : ÷ i ¤ + l n ¤ l + + º - t i º | n | t ?
(1) · | t - + - t | : (2) =| - i · | n | · i -
(3) ( l - ¤ - + | n i - · º | (4) · n - = · ¤ | · | ¤
11. · | z | l - + · | n | - ¤ + | ¤- n ª · | n l + = ¤ · | | - n z i + i n · ¤
· | ¸ l n t ?
(1) · | ¤i ¤ ª | · | i (2) : l · · | ª | · | i
(3) ¤¤ | t · n | n - t ª (4) n | · | · ¤i · =| :
12. l - - - n = + | - =i - ª n + | + Ÿ | | · | | + - | - t i t ?
(1) ¤ = - ¤i (2) ÷ | ¤ · n -
(3) ¤n - z | + ÷ (4) ÷ | n n l z | ¤ -
13. n =¸ · z | t · + | - | n ( + = ª + - z | · · = · ¤ · ¤ - - l + ¤ | ª ¤ |
t , l ¤=+ | z | | l · · + ~ · | t ?
(1) · | = z | t · (2) = - · · z | t ·
(3) = - t · | z | t · (4) n t | - z | t ·
14. ' + l - ª ( ¤ ÷ ª º ' z | · · l + == =- ¤ l - · | - t :
(1) - | ¤ (2) + | + i
(3) =¸ ¤ (4) z | i - n ¤ ¤
15. l - - - n = + | - =| + | º ¸ - - l · z ( + ¤i - + | ¤ · l z | - + · - |
t ?
(1) ¤ | ¤ : (2) ( ª º l · + =
(3) ~ | ¤ l n + = (4) l º - l º -
16. · | | · - + · | · º ™ i ¤ l - · ª · ¤ ¤ n + =l · ¤ | · ª l + =+ | ¤ - i +
t :
(1) ( + - | (2) ¤ l n · | -
(3) z | | l - - (4) =n l z
17. + | - = n º | + - a | - ¤ i a ¤ · ª + | · + =| · | t i n · = = ¤ · ª + | ·
· | i ¤ | - - l + ¤ | t ?
(1) ~ | · + - | · | ¤ º | (2) ~ ª · | l - · | ¤
(3) ~ n - | ¤ i - n (4) n t | z ¤ - | · ¤ i
18. · | | · - + ¤ · | n - ¤ ¤ · | | - n - z i + | - · | ?
(1) n | n | - | ~ | ¤| ·
(2) ¤ - n · | · | | : ¤ º n
(3) ¤ i + + · º | | n - -
(4) · | ¤ - : ¤ =| ·
19. l - - - l n l º | - n = + | - =| = n l n - - t i t ?
n º | + ¤ ª - +
(1) · | n n - | t · n | l t ¤ | · · t i n ~ | + l t ª º ™ i
(2) ÷ | · | ¤ - : ¤ =| · : l ÷ ¤ | l ÷ ¤ | : ÷ ÷
(3) n | n | - | ~ | ¤| · : l ÷ ¤ | l ¤ - = ›i ÷ n
(4) n t | · n | ª | · | i n | : : l ÷ ¤ |
20. ª ¤ | n i l ¤ ¤ + | - - · + ¤- n l · - + | · | | · - n l + = ª¤ n
n - | ¤ | ¤| - | t :
(1) l t - · ¸ ¤ - ¤| ª · º | l · ¤ =
(2) l ¤ z ¤ · | n l · ¤ =
(3) · | · º ™ i ¤ ¤ ¤ | l · ¤ =

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21. Which of the following quantities has not been
expressed in proper unit :-
(1) Torque N-m
(2) Stress N/m
2
(3) Surface tension N/m
(4) Power N/m/s
22. Two vectors A

and B

have components
A
x
, A
y
, A
z
and B
x
, B
y
, B
z
respectively. If
A B 0 + =
  
, then :-
(1) A
x
= B
x
, A
y
= – B
y
, A
z
= – B
z
(2) A
x
= B
x
, A
y
= B
y
, A
z
= – B
z
(3) A
x
= B
x
, A
y
= B
y
, A
z
= B
z
(4) A
x
= – B
x
, A
y
= – B
y
, A
z
= – B
z
23. Velocity-time graph corresponding to
displacement-time graph shown in adjoining
figure is :-
t
S
(1)
t
v
(2)
t
v
(3)
t
v
(4)
t
v
24. The displacement of a particle moving in a
straight line depends on time (t) as :
x = ot
3
+ |t
2
+ ¸t + o
The ratio of its initial acceleration to its initial
velocity depends :-
(1) Only on o (2) Only on o and |
(3) Only on | and ¸ (4) Only on o and ¸
25. There are two values of time for which a
projectile is at the same height. The sum of these
two times is equal to (T = time of flight) :-
(1)
3T
2
(2)
4T
3
(3)
3T
4
(4) T
21. l - - - n = + | - =i · | l z | - ¤ ¤ ‰ : + | : n · ¤ ‰ - t i + i ª :
t ·
(1) ¤ n ~ | · | ¸ º | N-m
(2) ¤ l - ¤ n N/m
2
(3) ¤ · a - - | ¤ N/m
(4) z | l ‰ N/m/s
22. A

- · | |B

· | =l · z | t , l ¤- + · | º + + n z| · A
x
, A
y
,
A
z
- · | |B
x
, B
y
, B
z
t + ¤ l ·
A B 0 + =
  
t , - ¤:-
(1) A
x
= B
x
, A
y
= – B
y
, A
z
= – B
z
(2) A
x
= B
x
, A
y
= B
y
, A
z
= – B
z
(3) A
x
= B
x
, A
y
= B
y
, A
z
= B
z
(4) A
x
= – B
x
, A
y
= – B
y
, A
z
= – B
z
23. = n · - l - z n · z | | ¤ ª ¤ l ¤ ª · | | ¤ - =n ¤ ª | + = =- ¤ l - ·
| - ¤ ª =n ¤ ª | + + | - =| t | ª | ·
t
S
(1)
t
v
(2)
t
v
(3)
t
v
(4)
t
v
24. =· n · º | | n ª l - z | i n ( + + º | + | l ¤ ª · | | ¤ - , =n ¤ (t)
¤ · : x = ot
3
+ |t
2
+ ¸t + o + ~ - =| · l - · | · + · - |
t - | : =+ | ¤ | · l - · | + · ¤ · º | ¤ ¤ | · l · | + ¤ ª + | ~ - ¤ | - l - - -
n = l + = ¤ · l - · | · + · - | t ·
(1) + ¤ no ¤ · (2) + ¤ no - · | || ¤ ·
(3) + ¤ n| - · | |¸ ¤ · (4) + ¤ no - · | |¸ ¤ ·
25. ( + ¤ - | - ¤ · | =n ¤ | ¤ · =n | - ≈ - | : = l - + n - | t - | - -
· | - | =n ¤ | + | ¤ | ª t | ª | (T = - ÷ ¸ ÷ ¤ - + | n ) ·
(1)
3T
2
(2)
4T
3
(3)
3T
4
(4) T

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26. A ball is thrown from 10 m height vertically at
speed v
0
vertically down ward. In colliding surface
of earth it looses 50% of its energy and again reach
upto same height value of v
0
is :-
(1) 14 m/s (2) 9.8 m/s
(3) 4.9 m/s (4) 19.6 m/s
27. A diode detector is used to detect an amplitude
modulated wave of 60% modulation by using a
condenser of capacity 250 pico farad in parallel
with a load resistance 100 kilo ohm. Find the
maximum modulated frequency which could be
detected by it.
(1) 10.62 MHz (2) 10.62 kHz
(3) 5.31 MHz (4) 5.31 kHz
28. A block of mass m is at rest with respect to a lift
when placed on inclined plane of inclination u
inside the lift. If lift move upward at constant
velocity v then work done by friction force on
block in t time is :-
(1) Zero (2) mgt
2
vcos
2
u
(3) mgtvsin
2
u (4)
1
mgtvsin2
2
u
29. Consider th following two statements :-
A : Linear momentum of a system of particles is
zero.
B : Kinetic energy of a system of particles is
zero.
Then-
(1) A does not impl y B and B does not
imply A
(2) A implies B but B does not imply A
(3) A does not imply B but B implies A
(4) A implies B and B implies A
30. A circular disc of moment of inertia of 0.1 kg-m
2
and radius 0.1 m has a massless string passing
around its circumference. Starting from rest, the
disc acquires an angular velocity of 1 rev/sec in
a time interval of 2 sec, when the string is pulled
down by a force F. The force F is :-
(1) 2tN (2) (t/2)N
(3) tN (4) 0.1tN
26. ( + ª ·10 m ≈ - | : = ¤ | · l - · | + ¤ ªv
0
= - i - + i ~ | ·
+ + i ¤| - i t + ¤ t ¤ · ¤ i + i =- t = º + · | - n 50% ≈¤|
º | | · - i t - · | | l + · - =i ≈ - | : - + - a - i t + v
0
+ | n | -
t :-
(1) 14 m/s (2) 9.8 m/s
(3) 4.9 m/s (4) 19.6 m/s
27. ( + ÷ | ¤ | ÷ = =¸ - + + | , 250 l ¤ + | + · | ÷ ¤ | n = · | | l · z
+ 100 l + n | ~ | t n + n | ÷ ¤ l - · | · | + =| · | =n | - - · + n
n n ª | + · , 60% n | ÷ n z | - ¤ | n i ~ | ¤ | n n | ÷ n + - · ª + |
¤ - | n ª | - n ¤ ¤ + - l + ¤ | ª ¤ | t + : =+ , | · | ~ l · | + - n
n | ÷ l n - ~ | ¤ l Ÿ | l ¤= a | - l + ¤ | ¤| =+ - | t ·
(1) 10.62 MHz (2) 10.62 kHz
(3) 5.31 MHz (4) 5.31 kHz
28. m : · ¤ n | - + | ª º ¸ º | l + =i l n ∂ º n · º | u + | º | ¤ · ¤ +
- - - n ¤ · l n ∂ º + =| ¤ - | l ª · | · t + l n ∂ º ( + =n | - ¤ ª
v = ≈¤ · - a - i t - | t =n ¤ n · | · | º | ¤ n , | · | ª º ¸ º ¤ ·
l + ¤ | ª ¤ | + | ¤ t ·
(1) z | ¸ - ¤ (2) mgt
2
vcos
2
u
(3) mgtvsin
2
u (4)
1
mgtvsin2
2
u
29. · | + · | - l · ¤ ª ¤ t
A : l - + | ¤ + + º | | + | · º | i ¤ = ¤ ª z | ¸ - ¤ t +
B : l - + | ¤ + + º | | + i ª l - ¤ ≈¤| z | ¸ - ¤ t +
- ¤ ·
(1) A, B + | ¤ l · · | | l · | - - t i + · - | ¤B, A + | ¤ l · · | | l · | -
- t i + · - |
(2) A, B + | ¤ l · · | | l · | - + · - | t ¤ · - - B, A + | ¤ l · · | | l · | -
- t i + · - |
(3) A, B + | ¤ l · · | | l · | - - t i + · - | ¤ · - - B, A + | ¤ l · · | | l · | -
+ · - | t
(4) A, B + | ¤ l · · | | l · | - + · - | t ¤ B, A + | ¤ l · · | | l · | - + · - | t
30. ( + ¤ Ÿ | | + | · l ÷ ª + l ¤=+ | ¤÷ · ¤ ~ | · | ¸ º | 0.1 l + ª | n i
z
- · | | l z º ¤ | 0.1 n i º · t , + i ¤ l · l · | ¤ · ( + · · ¤ n | - t i - ÷ | · i
l n ¤ º i t + ÷ | · i + | ¤¤ ¤ n F , | · | º | i - - t , - | l ÷ ª +
2 = + º ÷ n l ¤ · | n = ~ | · - · | + · 1 - + + · ! = + º ÷ + |
+ | º | i ¤ ¤ ª ¤ | - - + · n - i t + ¤ n F + | n | - t
(1) 2tN (2) (t/2)N
(3) tN (4) 0.1tN
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31. A uniform solid sphere rolls on a horizontal
surface at 20 ms
–1
. It then rolls up and incline
having an angle of inclination at 30º with the
horizontal. If the friction losses are negligible, the
value of height h above the ground where the ball
stops is :
(1) 14.3 m (2) 28.6 m
(3) 57.2 m (4) 9.8 m
32. If wavelength of photon emitted due to transition
of an electron from third orbit to first orbit in a
hydrogen atom is ì, then the wavelength of photon
emitted due to transition of electron from fourth
orbit to second orbit will be :-
(1)
128
27
ì (2)
25
9
ì (3)
36
7
ì (4)
125
11
ì
33. Light of wavelength 0.6 µm from a sodium lamp
falls on a photocell and causes the emission of
photoelectrons for which the stopping potential is
0.5 V, with light of wavelength 0.4 µm from a
mercury vapour lamp, the stopping potential is 1.5
V, then the work function in electron volts, of the
photocell surface is :-
(1) 0.75 eV (2) 1.5 eV
(3) 3 eV (4) 2.5 eV
34. In a sample, ratio of p
31
and p
32
is 1 : 2. P
31
is stable
but p
32
is radioactive and decays in S
32
with half
life T. After how long time ratio of p
31
and p
32
becomes 2 : 1 :-
(1) T (2) 2 T (3)
5
T
2
(4)
T
2
35. There are two identical small holes of area of cross
section a on the opposite sides of a tank containing
a liquid of density µ. The difference in height
between the holes is h. Tank is resting on a smooth
horizontal surface. Horizontal force which will has
to be applied on the tank to keep it in equilibrium
is :-
(1) ghµa (2)
2gh
a µ
(3) 2µagh (4)
gh
a
µ
31. ( + ( + =n | - a | = ª | n | ( + - | l - ¤ =- t ¤ ·20 n i ! =
· · = n · + - | t + : =+ ¤ z - | - ¸ ¤ t 30º ¤ + | ¤ + ~ | - -
- n ¤ · ≈¤ · + i ~ | · n · + - | t + ¤ l · · | · | º | = - · ¤ - - t | l - ¤|
- ª º ¤ t - | · | ¸ l n = ≈¤ · - = ≈ - | : h + | n | - + ¤ | t ¤t |
ª | n | ª+ ¤| - | t ·
(1) 14.3 m (2) 28.6 m
(3) 57.2 m (4) 9.8 m
32. : n + º ™ | - + | - i =· + - | | = ¤ · | n + - | | n = + n º | + + | · º |
- · =l ¤ - + | º | - + i - · ª · · ¤ ì t , ¤ l · : n + º ™ | - + | = + n º |
- | · | i + - | | = · ¸ =· i + - | | n t | - | t , - | - · =l ¤ - + | º | -
+ | - · ª · · ¤ t | ª | :-
(1)
128
27
ì (2)
25
9
 (3)
36
7
 (4)
125
11

33. ( + =| l ÷ ¤ n n - ¤ = 0.6 µm - · ª · · ¤ + | ¤ + | z | ( +
+ | º | = n ¤ · l ª · | ¤ | ¤| - | t ~ | · : =+ + | · º | - · =l ¤ - + | º |
: n + º ™ | - + l n ( l - · | · | i l ¤ · | ¤ + | n | - 0.5 V ¤ | - - t | - |
t + - · | | ( + ¤ | · · ¤ | · ¤ n - ¤ + 0.4 µm - · ª · · ¤ + ¤ + | z |
+ + | · º | + | º | = n = - · =l ¤ - + | º | : n + º ™ | - + l n ( l - · | · | i
l ¤ · | ¤ + | n | - 1.5 V ¤ | - - t - | + | º | = n + ¤ · a + |
+ | ¤ + n - + | n | - (eV) n t | ª | :-
(1) 0.75 eV (2) 1.5 eV
(3) 3 eV (4) 2.5 eV
34. l + =i ¤ · | · | n p
31
¤ p
32
+ | ~ - ¤ | - 1 : 2 t + P
31
ª · | | ¤ i
t ¤ · - - p
32
· l ÷ ¤ | =l + ¤ t ¤ : =+ | - | ¤ S
32
n t | ¤| - |
t + p
32
+ i ~ z ~ | ¤ T t - | l + - - =n ¤ ¤ | · p
31
¤ p
32
+ | ~ - ¤ | - 2 : 1 t | ª | :-
(1) T (2) 2 T (3)
5
T
2
(4)
T
2
35. l + =i · ¤( · | - · ¤ µ) = · | · ¤ | z + i · i ¤ | · | n l ¤ ¤ l · -
~ | · =n | - - | z + n a + · | l ¤ · ( l - z | - =| · ) t l ¤ · |
+ i ≈ - | : ¤ | n ~ - · h t + ¤ | z - | l - ¤ · | · | º | · l t -
- n ¤ · · º | | t + ¤ t - | l - ¤ ¤ n ¤| ¤ | z + | =| - ¤ | ¤ ª · | |
n · º | - + l n ( ~ | ¤ z ¤ + t , t | ª | :-
(1) ghµa (2)
2gh
a µ
(3) 2µagh (4)
gh
a
µ
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36. Agriculture farm is ploughed because :-
(1) Water can go in depth in land
(2) It is easier to saw the seeds
(3) The land is made soft
(4) The clay capillaries are deformed to prevent
water deep down from rising to the surface and
being evoprated
37. One mole of an ideal gas undergoes a process
P =
0
2
0
P
1 (V / V) +
. Here P
0
and V
0
are constants
change in temperature of the gas when volume
is changed from V = V
0
to V = 2V
0
is :-
(1)
0 0
2P V
5R
÷
(2)
0 0
11P V
10R
(3)
0 0
5P V
4R
÷
(4) P
0
V
0
38. If a piece of metal is heated to temperature u and
then allowed to cool in a room which is at
temperature u
0
the graph between the temperature
T of the metal and time t will be closed to :
(1)
T
t
O
(2)
T
t O
u
0
(3)
T
t O
u
0
(4)
T
t O
u
0
39. An ideal gas is expanding such that
PT
2
= constant. The coefficient of volume
expansion of the gas is:
(1)
1
T
(2)
2
T
(3)
3
T
(4)
4
T
36. º | - + | t n = ¤| - | ¤| - | t - | l + :-
(1) ¤ | - i · | ¸ l n n ª t · | : - + ¤| =+
(2) ¤ i ¤ ¤ | - | =· n t | ¤| ¤
(3) · | ¸ l n - · n t | ¤| ¤
(4) l n ¿ i + i + z | - l n + | ¤ - | ÷ + · · | ¸ l n + ~ - · · + ¤ | - i
+ | ¤ | l · ¤ - t | - = ¤ - | ¤ | ¤| =+
37. ( + ~ | · z | ª = + | ( + n | n l - - - ¤ l + ¤ | = ª ¤· - | t
P =
0
2
0
P
1 (V / V) +
. ¤ t | P
0
- · | | V
0
l - ¤ - | + t + ª = +
- | ¤ n ¤ l · ¤ - - + ¤ | t ¤¤ ~ | ¤ - - V = V
0
= V = 2V
0
t | ¤| - | t :-
(1)
0 0
2P V
5R
÷
(2)
0 0
11P V
10R
(3)
0 0
5P V
4R
÷
(4) P
0
V
0
38. ¤ l · · | | - + ( + º + ÷ + | - | ¤ n | - u - + ª n l + ¤ | ¤| - |
t ~ | · l + · ( + + n · n , l ¤=+ | - | ¤ n | - u
0
t , a ÷ | t | -
l · ¤ | ¤| - | t , - ¤ · | | - + - | ¤ n | - T ~ | · =n ¤t + ¤ i -
ª | + : =+ ~ · ¤ l · | + =n i ¤ t ·
(1)
T
t
O
(2)
T
t O
u
0
(3)
T
t O
u
0
(4)
T
t O
u
0
39. ( + ~ | · z | ª = : = ¤ + | · = + n · t i t l + PT
2
= l - ¤ - | + +
ª = + | ~ | ¤ - - ¤ =| · ª º | | + t ·
(1)
1
T
(2)
2
T
(3)
3
T
(4)
4
T
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40. An ideal gas with pressure P, volume V and
temperature T is expanded isothermally to a
volume 2V and a final pressure P
I
. The same gas
is expanded adiabatically to a volume 2V, the final
pressure is P
A
. In terms of the ratio of the two
specific heats for the gas ¸, the ratio P
I
/P
A
is:
(1) 2
¸–1
(2) 2
1–¸
(3) 2
¸
(4) 2¸
41. A stone dropped from the top of a tower of height
300 m high splashes into the water of a pond near
the base of the tower. When is the splash heard
at the top given that the speed of sound in air is
340 ms
–1
(g = 9.8 ms
–2
)
(1) 8.70 s (2) 16.14 s
(3) 8 s (4) 7 s
42. A hospital uses an ultrasonic scanner to locate
tumours in a tissue. What is the wavelength of
sound in the tissue in which the speed of sound
is 1.7 km/s. The operating frequency of the
scanner is 4.2 MHz.
(1) 4.1 × 10
–4
m
(2) 4.1 × 10
–3
m
(3) 4.1 × 10
–2
m
(4) 4.1 × 10
–4
m
43. A metre-long tube open at one end, with a movable
piston at the other end, shows resonance with a
fixed frequency source (a tuning fork of frequency
340 Hz) when the tube length is 25.5 cm or 79.8
cm. Estimate the speed of sound in air at the
temperature of the experiment. The edge effects
may be neglected.
(1) 300 m/s (2) 644 m/s
(3) 152 m/s (4) 347 m/s
44. Two sitar strings A and B playing the note ‘Ga’
are slightly out of tune and produce beats of
frequency 6 Hz. The tension in the string A is
slightly reduced and the beat frequency is found
to reduce to 3 Hz. If the original frequency of A
is 324 Hz, what is the frequency of B?
(1) 316 Hz (2) 318 Hz
(3) 330 Hz (4) 324 Hz
40. · | ¤P, ~ | ¤ - - V - · | | - | ¤ T + i ( + ~ | · z | ª = + |
=n - | ¤ i ¤ ¤ + n = ~ | ¤ - -2V - + ¤ =| l · - + · - t + ~ l - - n
· | ¤P
I
t + : =i ª = + | ªz| · n ¤ + n = ~ | ¤ - - 2V - +
¤ =| l · - + · - t + ~ ¤ ~ l - - n · | ¤ P
A
t +¸ ª = + l n ¤
· | l ¤ l z | · º ≈· n | ~ | + | ~ - ¤ | - P
I
/P
A
¤ · | ¤ · t ·
(1) 2
¸–1
(2) 2
1–¸
(3) 2
¸
(4) 2¸
41. 300 m ≈ - i n i - | · + z | i · | = l ª · | ¤ | ª ¤ | ¤ · · | · n i - | ·
+ ~ | · | | · ¤ · ¤ - - | n | ¤ + ¤ | - i = º + · | - | t + ¤ l · ¤ | ¤
e s a è o f u d h p k y 340 ms
–1
t - | ¤ · · | · + º + · | - + i · ¤ l -
n i - | · + z | i · | ¤ · ¤ · · | · l ª · | - + l + - - i · · ¤ | · = - | : · ª i
(g = 9.8 ms
–2
)
(1) 8.70 s (2) 16.14 s
(3) 8 s (4) 7 s
42. l + =i ~ ª ¤ - | n n ≈Ÿ | + | n º ¸ ¤ ¸ n · | + | ¤ - | n ª | - + l n (
¤ · | ¬ · ¤ ª + - · + | ¤ ¤ | ª l + ¤ | ¤| - | t + - = ≈Ÿ | + n · ¤ l -
n - · ª · · ¤ l + - - i t l ¤=n · ¤ l - + i - | n 1.7 km/s

t +
ª + - · + i ¤ - | n - ~ | ¤ l Ÿ | 4.2 MHz t +
(1) 4.1 × 10
–4
m
(2) 4.1 × 10
–3
m
(3) 4.1 × 10
–2
m
(4) 4.1 × 10
–4
m
43. ( + l =· ¤ · º | n i - · | | · ¸ =· l =· ¤ · - n | ¤ n | - l ¤ ª º - n ª i
1 m n ¤ i - l n + | , l + = i l - ¤ - ~ | ¤ l Ÿ | + ª z | -
(340 Hz ~ | ¤ l Ÿ | + | ª ¤ l · z l , · | ¤ ) + =| · | , ¤¤ - l n + |
n ¤ | ¤ + | n n 25.5 cm ~ · | ¤ | 79.8 cm t | - | t - ¤ ~ - - | ·
· z | | - i t + ¤ ¤ | ª z | | n | + - | ¤ ¤ · ¤ | ¤ n · ¤ l - + i - | n + |
~ | + n - + i l ¤( + + | · ¤ · | | ¤ + | - ª º ¤ n | - =+ - t +
(1) 300 m/s (2) 644 m/s
(3) 152 m/s (4) 347 m/s
44. l =- | · + i · | ÷ | l · ¤ | A - · | | B ( + =| · | ‘ ª |’ ª ¤ · ¤ ¤|
· t i t - · | | · | | ÷ i =i ¤ = · i t | - + + | · º | 6 Hz ~ | ¤ l Ÿ |
+ l ¤ ª ¤ · - · ¤ - - + · · t i t + ÷ | · i A + | - - | ¤ + ¤ · | º | -
¤ · l ¤ ª ¤ · + i ~ | ¤ l Ÿ | · | º + · 3 Hz · t ¤| - i t + ¤ l · A
+ i n ¸ n ~ | ¤ l Ÿ | 324 Hz t - | B + i ~ | ¤ l Ÿ | + ¤ | t ?
(1) 316 Hz (2) 318 Hz
(3) 330 Hz (4) 324 Hz
+ | : · | i ¤ z -K Filli = ª n - - t i t | - | - | l t ( +
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45. The motion of a particle executing simple
harmonic motion is described by the displacement
function,
x(t) = A cos (et + |).
If the initial (t = 0) position of the particle is
1 cm and its initial velocity is e cm/s, then its
equation is The angular frequency of the particle
is t s
–1
.
(1)
2 cos t
4
t | |
e ÷
|
\ .
(2)
2 cos t
4
t | |
e +
|
\ .
(3)
5
2cos t
4
t | |
e +
|
\ .
(4)
3
2cos t
4
t | |
e ÷
|
\ .
46. The magnitudes of gravitational field at distance
r
1
and r
2
from the centre of a uniform sphere of
radius R and mass M are E
1
and E
2
respectively.
Then :-
(1)
1 1
2 2
E r
E r
=
if r
1
< R and r
2
< R
(2)
2
1 2
2
2 1
E r
E r
=
if r
1
> R and r
2
> R
(3) both (1) and (2)
(4) None of these
47. A hydrogen balloon released on the moon would:-
(1) Climb with an acceleration of
2
9.8
ms
6
÷
(2) Climb with an acceleration of 9.8 × 6 m s
–2
(3) neither climb nor fall
(4) fall with an acceleration of
9.8
6
ms
–2
45. =· n ~ | ¤ - ª l - +· - l + =i + º | + i ª l - + | ¤ º | - - i -
l · ( ª ( l ¤ ª · | | ¤ - + n - , | · | l + ¤ | ¤| - | t ,
x(t) = A cos (et + |).
¤ l · + º | + i ~ | · l · | + (t = 0) l ª · | l - 1 cm - · | | - =+ |
¤ | · l · | + ¤ ª e cm/s t , - | : = + º | + | =n i + · º | t | ª |
+ º | + i + | º | i ¤ ~ | ¤ l Ÿ | t s
–1
t +
(1)
2 cos t
4
t | |
e ÷
|
\ .
(2)
2 cos t
4
t | |
e +
|
\ .
(3)
5
2cos t
4
t | |
e +
|
\ .
(4)
3
2cos t
4
t | |
e ÷
|
\ .
46. M · · ¤ n | - - · | | R l z º ¤ | + ( + , ( + =n | - ª | n + + - ·
= r
1
- · | |r
2
· ¸ · i ¤ · ª ª· ¤ i ¤ - | z + ¤ l · n | º | + n z| · E
1
- · | |E
2
t + - ¤ :-
(1)
1 1
2 2
E r
E r
=
, ¤ l · r
1
< R - · | |r
2
< R
(2)
2
1 2
2
2 1
E r
E r
=
, ¤ l · r
1
> R - · | | r
2
> R
(3) (1) - · | |(2) · | - |
(4) - ¤ · | + - n = + | : - t i
47. - - · n | ¤ · n + - l + ¤ | ª ¤ | t | : ÷ ™ | ¤- = · | · | ª · ¤ | · | :-
(1)
9.8
6
n i º · ! = + º ÷
z
· ¤ · º | = ≈¤ · ¤| ¤ ª |
(2) 9.8 × 6 n i º · ! = + º ÷
z
· ¤ · º | = ≈¤ · ¤| ¤ ª |
(3) - ≈¤ · ¤| ¤ ª | - t i l ª · ª |
(4)
9.8
6
n i º · ! = + º ÷
z
· ¤ · º | = - i - l ª · ª |
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48. A spherically symmetric gravitational system of
particles has a mass density
µ =
0
for r R
0 for r R
µ s ¦
´
>
¹
where µ
0
is a constant. A test mass can undergo
circular motion under the influence of the
gravitational field of particles. Its speed v as a
function of distance r(0 < r < ·) from the centre
of the system is represented by :-
(1)
v
r
R
(2)
v
r
R
(3)
v
r
R
(4)
v
r
R
49. A mass m is placed in the cavity inside a hollow
sphere of mass M as shown in the figure. What
is the gravitational force on the mass m :-
r
m
R
(1)
2
GMm
R
(2)
2
GMm
r
(3) 2
GMm
(R r) ÷
(4) Zero
50. A point charge Q is located
R
b
Q
on the axis of a disc of
radius R at a distance b
from the plane of the disk.
If one-fourth of the electric
flux from the charge
passes through the disc,
then
(1)
R 2b =
(2) R = b
(3)
R 3b =
(4) R = 2b
51. Two isolated metallic solid spheres of radii R and
2R are charged such that both of these have same
charge density o. The sphere are located far away
from each other, and connected by a thin
conducting wire. Find the new charge density on
the bigger sphere.
(1)
6
5
o
(2)
5o
(3)
2o
(4)
3o
48. + º | | + ( + ª | n i ¤ =n l n -[spherically symmetric]
ª ª· ¤ i ¤ l - + | ¤ + | · · ¤ n | - · | - · ¤ µ l - - - ¤ + | · l · ¤ | ª ¤ | t
µ =
0
r R
0 r R
µ s ¦
´
>
¹
+ l n ¤
+ l n ¤
¤t | µ
0
( + l - ¤ - | + t + + º | | + ª ª· ¤ i ¤ - | z + ¤ · | | ¤
+ ~ - - ª - ( + ¤ · i - | º | · · ¤ n | - (Test mass) ¤ Ÿ | i ¤ ª l -
+ · =+ - | t + : =+ i - | n v l - + | ¤ + + - · = · ¸ · i
r(0 < r < ·) + + n - + ª¤ l - - - n = l + = ª | + , | · |
¤ · l z | - + i ¤| =+ - i t :-
(1)
v
r
R
(2)
v
r
R
(3)
v
r
R
(4)
v
r
R
49. M · · ¤ n | - + ( + º | | º | n ª | n + ~ - · · + | º · (cavity)
n ( +m · · ¤ n | - + | · º | | ª ¤ | t , ¤ =| l + l - z n ¤ · l z | -
t + · · ¤ n | - m ¤ · ª ª· ¤ | + · | º | ¤ n + | n | - + ¤ | t :-
r
m
R
(1)
2
GMm
R
(2)
2
GMm
r
(3) 2
GMm
(R r) ÷
(4) z | ¸ - ¤
50. ( + l ¤ - · ~ | ¤ z | Q ( + R l z º ¤ | + i - + - i + - n = b · ¸ · i
¤ · l ª · | - t + ¤ l · - + - i = ( + - | · | | : ∂ n + = ª ¤· - | ·
R
b
Q
(1)
R 2b =
(2) R = b (3)
R 3b =
(4) R = 2b
51. · | l ¤ n l ª - - | n + a | = ª | n l ¤- + i l z º ¤ | ( R ¤ 2R t
+ | =n | - ~ | ¤ z | · | - · ¤ o = ~ | ¤ l z | - l + ¤ | ¤| - | t + : -
· | - | + | · ¸ · · º | + · ¤ - n - | · = ¤| ÷ | ¤| - | t - | ¤ ÷ ª | n
+ | - ¤ | ~ | ¤ z| · | - · ¤ t | ª | ·
(1)
6
5
o
(2)
5
6
o
(3)
2
3
o
(4)
3
2
o
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52. An electron having
V
e
charge e and mass m
starts from lower plate
of two metallic plates
separated by a distance d. If potential difference
between the plates is V, the time taken by the
electron to reach the upper plate is given by :
(1)
2
2md
eV
(2)
2
md
eV
(3)
2
md
2eV
(4)
2
2md
eV
53. The ratio of magnetic field at centre of a current
carrying circular coil to its magnetic moment is
x. If the current and radius both are doubled the
new ratio will become :-
(1) 2x (2) 4x (3) x/4 (4) x/8
54. A long straight wire along z axis carries a current
i in –z direction. The magnetic field
B

at a point
having co-ordinate (x, y) on the
z = 0 plane is :-
(1)
( )
( )
0
2 2
ˆ ˆ
i yi xj
2 x y
µ ÷
t +
(2)
( )
( )
0
2 2
ˆ ˆ
i xi yj
2 x y
µ +
t +
(3)
( )
( )
0
2 2
ˆ ˆ
i xj yi
2 x y
µ ÷
t +
(4)
( )
( )
0
2 2
ˆ ˆ
i xi yj
2 x y
µ ÷
t +
55. Two conducting rings P and Q of radius r and
3r moves in opposite direction with velocities 2v
and v respectively on a conducting surface S.
There is a uni form magnet ic field B
perpendicular to the plane of rings. The potential
difference between highest points x and y of the
two rings is :-
v
S
3r
x
r
y
2v
P
Q
B
(1) Zero (2) 2Brv
(3) 6Brv (4) 10 Brv
52. (+ : n + º ™ | - l ¤=+ | · · ¤ n | -
V
e
m ¤ ~ | ¤ z | e t · | · | | l · ¤ +
- n º | n = - i - ¤ | n i =
≈¤ · ª l - ¤ | · - · | + · - | t +
- n º | + n · ¤ · ¸ · i d ¤ l ¤ · | ¤ | - - · V t - | : n + º ™ | - + | ≈¤ ·
¤ | n i - n º - + ¤ t - - n =n ¤ n ª ª | ·
(1)
2
2md
eV
(2)
2
md
eV
(3)
2
md
2eV
(4)
2
2md
eV
53. ( + · | | · | ¤ | t i ¤ Ÿ | i ¤ + º ÷ n i + + - : ¤ · - - ¤ + i ¤ - | z
¤ - - ¤ + i ¤ ~ | · | ¸ º | + | ~ - ¤ | - x t + ¤ l · · | | · | ¤ l z º ¤ |
· | - | + | · ª - | + · l · ¤ | ¤| ¤ - | ¤ t ~ - ¤ | - t | ¤| ¤ ª | ·
(1) 2x (2) 4x
(3) x/4 (4) x/8
54. ( + n - ¤ | · | | · | ¤ | t i - | · z ~ - | + ~ - l · z | t + : =n –z
+ ~ - l · z | · | | · | i ¤ ¤ | l t - t + z = 0 - n n l ª · | - l ¤ - ·
l ¤=+ l - · z | | + (x, y) t , ¤ · - - ¤ + i ¤ - | z
B

t | ª | ·
(1)
( )
( )
0
2 2
ˆ ˆ
i yi xj
2 x y
µ ÷
t +
(2)
( )
( )
0
2 2
ˆ ˆ
i xi yj
2 x y
µ +
t +
(3)
( )
( )
0
2 2
ˆ ˆ
i xj yi
2 x y
µ ÷
t +
(4)
( )
( )
0
2 2
ˆ ˆ
i xi yj
2 x y
µ ÷
t +
55. · | - | n + ¤ n ¤ P ¤ Q + i l z º ¤ |r ¤ 3r t + ¤ t · | - |
+ n z | ·2v ¤ v ¤ ª | = l ¤ ¤ · i - l · z | | n - | n + =- t S
¤ · ª l - n | - t + =n ª¤ - - ¤ + i ¤ - | z B ¤ n ¤ | + - n +
n - ¤ ¤- ¸ t + ¤ n ¤ | + - - - - n l ¤ - · ~ | x ¤ y + n · ¤
l ¤ · | ¤ | - - · t | ª | ·
v
S
3r
x
r
y
2v
P
Q
B
(1) z | ¸ - ¤ (2) 2Brv
(3) 6Brv (4) 10 Brv

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56. Two short identical barmagnets P and Q arranged
such that their centres are on the
x-axis. The magnetic axis of P and Q are along
x and y axis respectively. At a point R, midway
between their centres, if B is the magnitude of
induction due to Q the magnitude of total
induction at R due to the both magnets is :-
(1) 3B (2)
5B
(3)
5/ 2 B
(4) B
57. In series L-C circuit inductance is 2mH and
capacitance is 400µF and supply voltage is 100V.
If frequency of source is 10
3
rad/sec then what will
be potential difference across inductor :-
(1) 400 V (2) zero
(3) 200 V (4) 200
2
58. What should be the maximum acceptance angle
at the air–core interface of an optical fibre if n
1
and n
2
are the refractive indices of the core and
the cladding, respectively
(1) sin
–1
(n
2
/n
1
) (2) sin
–1 n n
1
2
2
2

(3)
t a n
– 1
n
n
2
1
L
N
M
O
Q
P (4)
t a n
– 1
n
n
1
2
L
N
M
O
Q
P
59. Two towers on top of two hills are 40 km apart.
The line joining them passes 50 m above a hill
halfway between the towers. What is the longest
wavelength of radio waves, which can be sent
between the towers without appreciable
diffraction effects?
(1) 25.0 cm (2) 12.5 cm
(3) 25 m (4) 12.5 m
60. In young's double slit experiment, the two slits are
illuminated by light of wavelength 5890 Å and the
angular fringe width between the fringes obtained
on screen is 0.2º. If the whole apparatus is
immersed in water of refractive index 4/3, then
the angular fringe width will be-
(1) 0.30º (2) 0.15º
(3) 15º (4) 30º
56. · | ( + =n | - ¤ | º i ¤ ÷ - - ¤ + P ¤ Q : = ¤ + | · · ¤ ¤ l ª · | -
t l + : - + + - : x- ~ - | ¤ · t P ¤ Q + i ~ - | + n z | ·
x ¤ y ~ - | + ~ - l · z | t + · | - | + + - : | + a i + n · ¤
l ¤ - · R ¤ · Q + | - - ¤ + i ¤ - | z B t | - | l ¤ - · R ¤ · · | - |
+ | ¤ l · º | | n i - | z t | ª | ·
(1) 3B (2)
5B
(3)
5 / 2 B
(4) B
57. ( + ¬ º | i L-C ¤ l · ¤ · | n ¤ · + · ¤ 2mH ¤ · | | l · - | 400µF
t + =- n | : ¤ | - º - | + | n | - 100V ¤ ~ | ¤ l Ÿ | 10
3
rad/sec
t | - | ¤ · + · ¤ + ¤ l · - l ¤ · | ¤ | - - · t | ª | ·
(1) 400 V (2) z | ¸ - ¤
(3) 200 V (4) 200
2
58. ~ ª · + | ÷ ~ | · ¤ l · l - · | | - : + n l ÷ ª | + ~ ¤ ¤ - - | + + n z| ·
n
1
~ | · n
2
t - | (+ ¤ + | z| i ¤ + | : ¤ · + ¤ | ¤ + | ÷ ~ - · | ¤ · a
: ( ~ · + | · : - º · + =| ¤ · ~ l · | + - n ª ¤ i + · º | + | º | + ¤ |
t | - | - l t ¤ :-
(1) sin
–1
(n
2
/n
1
) (2) sin
–1 n n
1
2
2
2

(3)
t a n
– 1
n
n
2
1
L
N
M
O
Q
P (4)
t a n
– 1
n
n
1
2
L
N
M
O
Q
P
59. · | ¤ t | l ÷ ¤ | + i - | º i ¤ · · | º | ¤ · 40 km · ¸ · l ª · | - t +
- - + | l n n | - ¤ | n i · º | | º | ¤ · | + a i + ¤ i - n l ¤ ¤n | -
¤ t | ÷ i = 50 n i - ¤ · ª · - i t + · l ÷ ¤ | - · ª | + i ~ l · | + - n
l + - - i - · · ª · ¤ l ¤ - | l ¤ z | · | l ¤ ¤ - - ¤ · | | ¤ + =| · | º | ¤ · |
+ ¤ i - · | ¤i ¤| =+ - i t ·
(1) 25.0 = n i (2) 12.5 = n i
(3) 25 n i (4) 12.5 n i
60. ¤ ª + l , l ª n º ¤ ¤ | ª n · | - | l ª n º | + | 5890 Å - · ª · · ¤
+ ¤ + | z | , | · | ¤ + | l z | - l + ¤ | ¤| - | t - · | | ¤ · ¤ · l › ¤|
+ n · ¤ + | º | i ¤ l › ¤ - | ÷ | : 0.2º ¤ | - - t | - i t + ¤ l · ¤ ¸ ·
- ¤ + · º | + | 4/3 ~ ¤ ¤ - - | + ¤ | n ¤ | - i n · º | l · ¤ | ¤| ¤
- | + | º | i ¤ l › ¤ - | ÷ | : t | ª i : -
(1) 0.30º (2) 0.15º
(3) 15º (4) 30º
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61. Among the following the surfactant that will form
micelles in aqueous solution at the lowest molar
concentration at ambient condition is:
(1) CH
3
(CH
2
)
15
N
+
(CH
3
)
3
Br

(2) CH
3
(CH
2
)
11
OSO

3
Na
+
(3) CH
3
(CH
2
)
6
COO

Na
+
(4) CH
3
(CH
2
)
11
N
+
(CH
3
)
3
Br

62. In the reaction C
(s)
+ CO
2(g)
 2CO
(g)
the
equilibrium pressure is 12 atm. If 50% of CO
2
reacts than K
p
will be :
(1) 12 atm (2) 16 atm
(3) 20 atm (4) 24 atm
63. A buffer solution contains 1 mole of (NH
4
)
2
SO
4
and 1 mole of NH
4
OH(K
b
= 10
–5
). The pH of
solution will be :
(1) 5 (2) 9
(3) 5.3010 (4) 8.699
64. When 20 gm of naphthoic acid (C
11
H
8
O
2
) is
dissolved in 50 gm of benzene (K
f
= 1.72 Kg/m) a
freezing point depression of 2K is observed. The
van't hoff factor is
(1) 0.5 (2) 1
(3) 0.2 (4) 0.4
65. Time required to deposit one milli-mole of
aluminium metal by the passage of
9. 65 amperes through aqueous solution of
aluminium ions is
(1) 30 sec (2) 10 sec
(3) 30,000 sec (4) 10,000 sec
66. Emf for the cell reaction Zn|Zn
2+
(0.001M)
||Zn
2+
(0.1M)
|Zn
(1)
RT
n(0.01)
F


(2)
RT
n(0.1)
F


(3)
RT
n(0.01)
F


(4)
RT
n(0.1)
F

67. The equivalent weight of MnSO
4
is half its
molecular weight when it is converted to :
(1) Mn
2
O
3
(2) MnO
2
(3) Mn
2
O

4
(4) Mn
2
O
2–
4
68. 27 gm of Al will react completely with how many
grams of oxygen ?
(1) 8 gm (2) 16 gm
(3) 32 gm (4) 24 gm
61. l - - - n = + | - =| =- t i + | · + ¤n i ¤ l ¤ n ¤ - n l - - - - n
n | n · =| - · - | ¤ ~ - + ¸ n - | ¤ ¤ · l n = n l - n | º | + · - | t ·
(1) CH
3
(CH
2
)
15
N
+
(CH
3
)
3
Br

(2) CH
3
(CH
2
)
11
OSO

3
Na
+
(3) CH
3
(CH
2
)
6
COO

Na
+
(4) CH
3
(CH
2
)
11
N
+
(CH
3
)
3
Br

62. ~ l · | l + ¤ | n ¤ l ·CO
2
50% l + ¤ | + · - i t - |
C
(s)
+ CO
2(g)
 2CO
(g)
(K
p
) + | n | - t | ª | + ¤ l · =| - ¤
· | ¤12 atm t
(1) 12 atm (2) 16 atm
(3) 20 atm (4) 24 atm
63. ( + ¤ + · l ¤ n ¤ - 1 n | n(NH
4
)
2
SO
4
- · | |1 n | n
NH
4
OH(K
b
= 10
–5
) · º | - | t + l ¤ n ¤ - + i pH + ¤ |
t | ª i :
(1) 5 (2) 9
(3) 5.3010 (4) 8.699
64. ¤¤ 20 gm naphthoic acid (C
11
H
8
O
2
) + |
50 gm benzene n · | | n | ¤| - | t (K
f
= 1.72 Kg/m) - ¤
l t n | + l ¤ - · n ~ ¤ - n -2K · º | | ¤| - | t + ¤ | - º t | + + | · +
t | ª |
(1) 0.5 (2) 1
(3) 0.2 (4) 0.4
65. ( n l n l - ¤ n ~ | ¤ - + ¤n i ¤ l ¤ n ¤ - n = ( + l n n i n | n
( n l n l - ¤ ¤ | - - + · - + l n ( ~ | ¤ z ¤ + =n ¤ + ¤ | t | ª | ¤ l ·
l ¤ n ¤ - n = 9.65 Amp. + i · | | · | v ¤ | l t - + i ¤| ¤ ·
(1) 30 sec (2) 10 sec
(3) 30,000 sec (4) 10,000 sec
66. = n ~ l · | l + ¤ | + l n ( Emf t | ª | Zn|Zn
2+
(0.001M)
||Zn
2+
(0.1M)
|Zn
(1)
RT
n(0.01)
F


(2)
RT
n(0.1)
F


(3)
RT
n(0.01)
F


(4)
RT
n(0.1)
F

67. MnSO
4
+ | - - ¤ | + i · | | · , ~ º | · | | · + | ~ | · | | + ¤ ¤ | - - t | ª |
¤¤ - =+ | ¤ l · ¤ - -.............. t | :
(1) Mn
2
O
3
(2) MnO
2
(3) Mn
2
O

4
(4) Mn
2
O
2–
4
68. 27 gm Al l + - - ª | noxygen = ¤ ¸ º | - · l + ¤ |
+ · ª | ?
(1) 8 gm (2) 16 gm
(3) 32 gm (4) 24 gm

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69. l - - - n = + | - =| ª | + ¤ | · ¤ - + i · · - · | | = · | - - + i · ·
=n ¤ + =| ¤ - | =t i ¤ · l z | - + · - | t ? (for a liquid in
a closed constainer)
(1)
Rate of Vap.
Rate
Rate of
condensation
Time 
(2)
Rate of Vap.
Rate
Rate of
condensation
Time 
(3)
Rate of Vap.
Rate
Rate of
condensation
Time 
(4)
Rate of Vap.
Rate
Rate of
condensation
Time 
70. + | ¤ + - : i ¤ · | - = · - - | (BCC) + i + | · n - ¤ | : + ¤ | t | ª i ,
¤ l · ¤ · n | º | + i l z º ¤ |r t :-
(1)
3r
4
(2)
r
3
(3)
4r
3
(4) 2r
71. ¤ l · ( + NaH ( + + + | l · a + | + i · | ¤| + i n - ¤ | :
488 pm t , - | Na–H ¤ · | + i n - ¤ | : + ¤ | t | ª i ¤ l · ¤ t
fcc = · - - | n l + ª º n i + - t | - | t :-
(1) 488 pm (2) 122 pm
(3) 244 pm (4) 976 pm
72. ( + ~ l · | l + ¤ | +| · · l - ¤ - | +
K = 2.1 ×10
10
exp (–2700 / RT) l · ¤ | ª ¤ | t ~ · | | - ¸ :
(1) log K + |
1
T
+ l ¤ ªz ~ | · º | ( + =i · | i · º | | t | ª i
l ¤=+ | · | n=
2700
2.303R

t
(2) log K + |
1
T
+ l ¤ ªz ~ | · º | ( + =i · | i · º | | t | ª i
¤ log K + ~ - | ¤ · ~ - - · º | º ÷ = log 2.1 × 10
10
t | ª |
(3) v · | | ¤ i º + + · | + i = º ¤ | 2.1 × 10
10
cm
–3
s
–1
t +
(4) (1) ¤ (2) · | - |
69. Which of the following plots in correctly
representing the variation in rate of vaporation and
rate of condensation with time ? (for a liquid in
a closed container)
(1)
Rate of Vap.
Rate
Rate of
condensation
Time 
(2)
Rate of Vap.
Rate
Rate of
condensation
Time 
(3)
Rate of Vap.
Rate
Rate of
condensation
Time 
(4)
Rate of Vap.
Rate
Rate of
condensation
Time 
70. In a body centered cubic cell (BCC), what is the
value of lattice parameter, if the atomic radius is r:-
(1)
3r
4
(2)
r
3
(3)
4r
3
(4) 2r
71. If the edge length of an NaH unit cell is
488 pm. What is the length of an Na–H bond if
it crystallises as fcc structure:-
(1) 488 pm (2) 122 pm
(3) 244 pm (4) 976 pm
72. The rate constant of a reaction is given by
K = 2.1 ×10
10
exp (–2700 / RT) it means that is :
(1) log K vs
1
T
will be a straight line with slope
=
2700
2.303R

(2) log K vs
1
T
will be a straight line with
intercept on log K axis = log 2.1 × 10
10
(3) The number of effective collisions are
2.1 × 10
10
cm
–3
s
–1
(4) (1) & (2) both
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73. For the following reaction :
2A + B  product
initial concentration 10mol/L 2mol/L
1
2
t
of the overall reaction is the time when :
(1) half of A changes to product
(2) half of B changes to product
(3) half of each of A and B changes to product
(4) 6 mol of A and B changes to product
74. If the value of principal quantum number is 4, the
possible values for magnetic quantum number will
be :-
(1) 4 (2) 16 (3) 32 (4) 9
75. A gaseous mixture contains 1 gm of H
2
, 4 gm of
He, 7gm of N
2
and 8gm of O
2
. The gas having the
highest partial pressure is :-
(1) H
2
(2) O
2
(3) He (4) N
2
76. Which shows +ve electron gain enthalpy :
(1) O
2
–1
(2) Cl
–1
(3) O
–1
(4) all of these
77. X–X and C–C bond length are respectively 1.0,
1.54Å then C–X bond length would be
(EN
X
= 3.0 EN
C
= 2.0)
(1) 1.27 Å (2) 1.28 Å
(3) 1.18 Å (4) 1.08 Å
78. Which pair have identical bond order :-
(1) CN

, NO

(2) O
2

, O
2
+
(3) CN

, CN
+
(4) NO
+
, CN

79. Which has Largest value of dipole moment is :-
(1) CH
3
F (2) CH
3
Cl
(3) CCl
4
(4) CO
2
80. In aqueous solution H
2
O
2
oxidises H
2
S in to :-
(1) S (2) H
2
SO
4
(3) H
2
SO
5
(4) SO
2
81. Which among the following on thermal
decomposition give CO
2
:-
(1) ZnCO
3
(2) CaCO
3
(3) Li
2
CO
3
(4) All of these
82. Which one is a pseudo alum :-
(1) K
2
SO
4
·Al
2
(SO
4
)
3
·24H
2
O
(2) K
2
SO
4
·Cr
2
(SO
4
)
3
·24H
2
O
(3) Na
2
SO
4
·Fe
2
(SO
4
)
3
·24H
2
O

73. l - - - l n l º | - ~ l · | l + ¤ | + l n (:
2A + B  - · ¤ | ·
v | · l - · | + =| - : - | 10mol/L 2mol/L
=- ¤ ¸ º | ~ l · | l + ¤ | + l n (
1
2
t
¤ t =n ¤ t , ¤¤
(1) A + | ~ | · | | - · ¤ | · n ¤ l · ¤ l - - t | ¤| - | t
(2) B + | ~ | · | | - · ¤ | · n ¤ l · ¤ l - - t | ¤| - | t
(3) A - · | | B ¤ · ¤ + + | ~ | · | | - · ¤ | · n ¤ l · ¤ l - - t | ¤| - | t
(4) A - · | |B + 6 n | n - · ¤ | · n ¤ l · ¤ l - - t | ¤| - t
74. ¤ l · n º ¤ + ¤ | º º n = º ¤ | + | n | - 4, t , - | - - ¤ + i ¤ + ¤ | º º n
= º ¤ | + = · | ¤ n | - t | ª :-
(1) 4 (2) 16 (3) 32 (4) 9
75. ( + ª =i ¤ l n ¬ º | n H
2
+ 1gm, He + 4gmN
2
+ 7gm
¤ O
2
+ 8gm t + l + = ª = + | ~ l · | + - n ~ | l z | + · | ¤
t :-
(1) H
2
(2) O
2
(3) He (4) N
2
76. + | - · | - | · n + : n + º ™ | - n | l · · | ( - · | - ¤ i · ¤ + - + · - | t ·
(1) O
2
–1
(2) Cl
–1
(3) O
–1
(4) - ¤ · | + - =· | i
77. X–X ¤ C–C ¤ - · | n - ¤ | : + n z | ·1.0 ¤ 1.54Å t - |
C–X ¤ - · | n - ¤ | : t | ª i ·
(EN
X
= 3.0 EN
C
= 2.0)
(1) 1.27 Å (2) 1.28 Å
(3) 1.18 Å (4) 1.08 Å
78. l + = ¤ · n +| ¤ - · | + n =n | - t | ª | ·
(1) CN

, NO

(2) O
2

, O
2
+
(3) CN

, CN
+
(4) NO
+
, CN

79. l - - - + | - = ~ º | n l , · | ¤ ~ | · | ¸ º | + | n | - =¤ | l · | + t ·
(1) CH
3
F (2) CH
3
Cl
(3) CCl
4
(4) CO
2
80. ¤n i ¤ l ¤ n ¤ - n H
2
O
2
, H
2
S + | l + =n ~ | + =i + - + · - |
t +
(1) S (2) H
2
SO
4
(3) H
2
SO
5
(4) SO
2
81. + | - - | ¤ i ¤ l ¤ · | º - + · - ¤ · CO
2
n + - + · - | t ·
(1) ZnCO
3
(2) CaCO
3
(3) Li
2
CO
3
(4) - ¤ · | + - =· | i
82. l - - - n = + | - = | ( + ¤ · ¸ n ( n n t ·
(1) K
2
SO
4
·Al
2
(SO
4
)
3
·24H
2
O
(2) K
2
SO
4
·Cr
2
(SO
4
)
3
·24H
2
O
(3) Na
2
SO
4
·Fe
2
(SO
4
)
3
·24H
2
O
(4) C SO Al (SO ) 24H O
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83. Which one is a methanoid :-
(1) Al
4
C
3
(2) CaC
2
(3) Mg
2
C
3
(4) SiC
84. Which has maximum tendency to form
complexes:
(1) La
+3
(2) Lu
+3
(3) Gd
+3
(4) Ce
+3
85. Which one is paramagnetic :-
(1) [Co(NH
3
)
6
]
+2
(2) [Ni(CO)
4
]
(3) [PtCl
4
]
2–
(4) [Ni(CN)
4
]
–2
86. H
3
C–CH
2
– 
3
CH
|
CH CH
2
–O–CH
2
–CH
3


Cold HI
Product :
(1) CH
3
–CH
2
– 
3
CH
|
CH CH
2
–I & CH
3
–CH
2
–OH
(2) CH
3
–CH
2

3
CH
|
C –
|
OH
CH
3
& CH
3
–CH
2
–I
(3) CH
3
–CH
2

3
CH
|
C –
|
I
CH
3
& CH
3
–CH
2
–OH
(4) CH
3
–CH
2
– 
3
CH
|
CH CH
2
–OH & CH
3
–CH
2
–I
87. Arrange the following acids in decreasing order
of acidic strength :-
O
H–C–OH
(X)
O
CH –C–OH
3
(Y)

O
C
(Z)
OH
(1) X > Z > Y (2) X > Y > Z
(3) Z > X > Y (4) Z > Y > X
88. Among the following which is most reactive
towards AgNO
3
?
(1)
O
Br
(2)
O
Br
(3)
Br
(4)
Br
83. + | - =| n · | - | : ÷ t ·
(1) Al
4
C
3
(2) CaC
2
(3) Mg
2
C
3
(4) SiC
84. = + n l - n | º | + i ¤ + l - =¤ | l · | + l + =n t | ª i ·
(1) La
+3
(2) Lu
+3
(3) Gd
+3
(4) Ce
+3
85. l - - - n = + | - =| ~ - - - ¤ + i ¤ t ·
(1) [Co(NH
3
)
6
]
+2
(2) [Ni(CO)
4
]
(3) [PtCl
4
]
2–
(4) [Ni(CN)
4
]
–2
86. H
3
C–CH
2
– 
3
CH
|
CH CH
2
–O–CH
2
–CH
3


Cold HI
- · ¤ | · ·
(1) CH
3
–CH
2
– 
3
CH
|
CH CH
2
–I & CH
3
–CH
2
–OH
(2) CH
3
–CH
2

3
CH
|
C –
|
OH
CH
3
& CH
3
–CH
2
–I
(3) CH
3
–CH
2

3
CH
|
C –
|
I
CH
3
& CH
3
–CH
2
–OH
(4) CH
3
–CH
2
– 
3
CH
|
CH CH
2
–OH & CH
3
–CH
2
–I
87. ~ - n i ¤ =| n · ¤ - | + | · | º - | t ~ | + n t :-
O
H–C–OH
(X)
O
CH –C–OH
3
(Y)

O
C
(Z)
OH
(1) X > Z > Y (2) X > Y > Z
(3) Z > X > Y (4) Z > Y > X
88. AgNO
3
+ ¤ l - =¤ | l · | + l + ¤ | z | i n t ?
(1)
O
Br
(2)
O
Br
(3)
Br
(4)
Br
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89. Consider the following sequence of reaction

4
4
1. Cold KMnO
2. HIO
 A
NaOH

B
The product B is
(1)
O
O
(2)
O
(3)
O
(4)
HO OH
90. What is the end product C in the following
sequence
4 4
KHSO / Zn Hg NBS / CCl
Conc.HCl
Glycerol A B C
 
  
(1) Glyceryl bromide
(2) 3-Bromopropene
(3) 2-Bromopropane
(4) 1, 2-Dibromopropane
91.
NH
2
NO
2
  
  
2 2 2
Br / H O (i)HNO ,0 5 C (i)Sn HCl
(ii)CuBr
X Y Z
Z is :-
(1)
Br
NH
2
(2)
Br
NH
2
Br
(3)
Br
NH
2
Br
Br
(4)
Br
NH
2
Br
92. The absolute configuration of the two chiral
centres in the following molecule are
COOH
H
H
Br
CN
OH
(1) 2R, 3S (2) 2R, 3R
(3) 2S, 3S (4) 2S, 3R
89. l · ¤ ª ¤ ~ l · | l + ¤ | ¤ + n n

4
4
1. Cold KMnO
2. HIO
 A
NaOH

B
- · ¤ | · B t | ª | ·
(1)
O
O
(2)
O
(3)
O
(4)
HO OH
90. l - - - l n l º | - + nn ~ l - - n - · ¤ | · C t
4 4
KHSO / Zn Hg NBS / CCl
Conc.HCl
Glycerol A B C
 
  
(1) Glyceryl bromide
(2) 3-Bromopropene
(3) 2-Bromopropane
(4) 1, 2-Dibromopropane
91.
NH
2
NO
2
  
  
2 2 2
Br / H O (i)HNO ,0 5 C (i)Sn HCl
(ii)CuBr
X Y Z
Z t :-
(1)
Br
NH
2
(2)
Br
NH
2
Br
(3)
Br
NH
2
Br
Br
(4)
Br
NH
2
Br
92. l - - - ~ º | n · | l + · n + | ¤ - ¤ · l - · ¤ - | ~ l · | l ¤ - ¤ | =
t | - | t
COOH
H
H
Br
CN
OH
(1) 2R, 3S (2) 2R, 3R
(3) 2S, 3S (4) 2S, 3R
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93. Among the following the most reactive towards
alcoholic KOH is :-
(1) CH
2
= CHBr (2) CH
3
CH
2
Br
(3) CH
3
COCH
2
CH
2
Br (4) CH
3
CH
2
CH
2
Br
94.
NBS Alcoholic KOH
A B
C H
2 4
O /H O
3 2
C D
In the above reaction product D is :-
(1)
H
O
H
O
(2)
H H
O O
(3) HO
O
O
OH
(4)
O
OH
O
95. The product of hydrolysis of (P) and (Q) can be
distinguished by -
CH =C
2
OCOCH
3
CH
3
(P) (Q)
CH
3
OCOCH
3
(1) Lucas reagent (2) 2,4–DNP
(3) Fehling solution (4) NaHSO
3
96. Which of the following the weakest base is :
(1) C
6
H
5
CH
2
NH
2
(2) C
6
H
5
CH
2
NHCH
3
(3) NO
2
CH
2
NH
2
(4) CH
3
NHCHO
97. Which is used as Antacid drug :-
(1) Prontosil (2) Aspartame
(3) Cimetidine (4) Terfenadine
98. Which of the following statement is not true about
H
2
O molecule :-
(1) The molecule has V shape
(2) The molecule can act as a base
(3) The molecule has a zero dipole moment
(4) Shows abnormally high boiling point in
comparison to the hydrides of other elements
of oxygen group
99. An effective atomic number of [Co(CO)
4
] is 35
and hence is less stable. It attains stability by:-
(1) Oxidation of CO
(2) Reduction of CO
(3) Dimerisation
(4) Both (2) & (3)
100. The product of reaction of I

with MnO
4

in
alkaline medium :-
(1) I
2
(2) IO

(3) IO
4

(4) IO
3

93. ( - + | tl n + KOH + ¤ l - =¤ | l · | + l + ¤ | z | i n t | - |
t :-
(1) CH
2
= CHBr (2) CH
3
CH
2
Br
(3) CH
3
COCH
2
CH
2
Br (4) CH
3
CH
2
CH
2
Br
94.
NBS Alcoholic KOH
A B
C H
2 4
O /H O
3 2
C D
- ¤ · | ‰ ~ l · | l + ¤ | n - · ¤ | · D t :-
(1)
H
O
H
O
(2)
H H
O O
(3) HO
O
O
OH
(4)
O
OH
O
95. (P) ( ¤ (Q) + ¤n ~ ¤ · | º -+ - · ¤ | · | + | l - - - n = l + =+
, | · | l ¤ · | l · - l + ¤ | ¤| =+ - | t -
CH =C
2
OCOCH
3
CH
3
(P) (Q)
CH
3
OCOCH
3
(1) n + | = ~ l · | + n +(2) 2,4–DNP
(3) + t l n ª l ¤ n ¤ - (4) NaHSO
3
96. l - - - n = + | - =| · ¤ n - n - | | · t | - | t ·
(1) C
6
H
5
CH
2
NH
2
(2) C
6
H
5
CH
2
NHCH
3
(3) NO
2
CH
2
NH
2
(4) CH
3
NHCHO
97. l - - - n = ¤ l - ~ - n ~ | · | l · | + ª¤ n - ¤ ¤ | ª n i ¤| - i t :-
(1) ¤ | - º | l =n (2) ( ª ¤ | º n
(3) l =n l º ÷ i - (4) º · + - ÷ i -
98. H
2
O ~ º | + l n ( l - - - n = + | - =| + · | - =· ¤ - t i
t :-
(1) ~ º | + i ~ | œ l - V- ~ | œ l - t +
(2) ~ º | ( + n : = - | | · + i - · t + | ¤ + · =+ - | t +
(3) ~ º | + | l , · | ¤ ~ | · | ¸ º | z | ¸ - ¤ t +
(4) H
2
O ~ º | + | + ¤ · | - | + , ~ | + =i ¤- ¤ l · ¤ | · + ~ - ¤
- · ¤ | + t | : ÷ ™ | : ÷ | = ~ l · | + t +
99. [Co(CO)
4
] + | ¤ · | | ¤ i ¤ · n | º | + n | + 35 t ( ¤ + n ª · | | ¤ i
t + ¤ t ª · | | l ¤ · ¤ ª t º | + · - | t :-
(1) CO + ~ | + =i + · º | , | · |
(2) CO + ~ ¤ - ¤ - , | · |
(3) l , n + i + · º | , | · |
(4) (2) ( ¤ (3) · | - |
100. - | | · i ¤ n | · ¤ n n I

+ i MnO
4

+ =| · | ~ l · | l + ¤ | = ¤ - -
¤ | n | - · ¤ | · t :-
(1) I
2
(2) IO

(3) IO
4

(4) IO
3

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101. I can perform :-
Identify
who am
I ?
Growth
Metabolism
Consciousness
But can not
reproduce
Cellular
organisation
Question
(1) A virus
(2) A living bacterium only
(3) A living animal only
(4) May be any living entity
102. Chlorella, Chlamydomonas and Paramoecium,
Amoeba were earlier placed with plants and animals
respectively but after Whittaker's 5 kingdom
classification, they should be brought together in:-
(1) Monera (2) Protista
(3) Plantae (4) Animalia
103. ‘Common mushroom we eat, moulds developed
on our bread, rotting of our orange, white spots
on leaves of mustard etc. are due to actually :-
(1) Bacteria
(2) Algae
(3) Fungi
(4) All these characters are due to different types
of organisms
104. Which of the following pairs are correctly
matched -
(A) Urochordates – Lencelet
(B) Anamniotes – Bufo, Ichthyophis
(C) Osteichthyes – Pristis, Trygon
(D) Gastropod Molluscs – Pila, Aplysia
(1) A & B (2) B & D
(3) C & D (4) A & D
105. Which one of the following is correctly
matched with their two characteristic
morphological character :-
(1) Wuchreria, Hirudinaria, Earthworm –
Schizocoelomate & metamerism
(2) Aplysia, sepia, locust – Open circulatory
system and dorsal nerve cord
(3) Antedon, Branchiostoma, Ophiura –
Enterocoelomate & Deutero stomus
(4) Psittacula, chelone, Balaenoptera – Dorsal
h ll d & P ikil th
101. n ¤ · l z | - + · =+ - | t ¸ :-
¤ t - | l - (
n t ¸
+ | - ·
¤ l z
- - - |
l + - - ¤- -
- t i + · =+ - |
+ | l z| + i ¤
= ª a-
- ¤ | ¤ - ¤
¤ z-
(1) ( + ¤ | : · =
(2) + ¤ n ( + ¤i l ¤ - ¤i ¤ | º |
(3) + ¤ n ( + ¤i l ¤ - ¤- -
(4) + | : · | i ¤i l ¤ - ~ l ª - · ¤ t | =+ - | t
102. + n | · - n | , + n n | : ÷ | n | - | = (¤ ¤ · | n i l =¤ n , ~ n i ¤ | + | ¤ | · - · |
n + n z| · ¤ | · ¤ ¤ ¤- - ~ | n · º | | ª ¤ | · | | + l + - - l · t º + ·
+ ¤ | - ¤ª - ¤ ª i + · º | + ~ - =| · : - + | ( + =| · | l + =n
· º | | ¤| - | - | l t ( :-
(1) n | - · | (2) ¤ | l º ª º |
(3) - n | - º i (4) ( - i n l n ¤ |
103. =| n | - ¤ n z| ªn l ¤= t n º | | - t , ~ ¤ - i · | º i ¤ · n ª ¤| -
¤ | n i + + ¸ · i , ~ ¤ - = - · | + | =÷ - | , =· =| + i ¤ l Ÿ | ¤ | ¤ ·
=+ · · | · ¤ ~ | l · + | ¤ | ª - ¤ n + | · º | t :-
(1) ¤i ¤ | º |
(2) z | ¤ | n
(3) + ¤ +
(4) ¤ =· | i n - | º | l ¤ l · | - - ¤ + | · + ¤i ¤ | + + | · º | t | - t
104. : - n = + | - =| ¤ · n = n l n - t ·
(A) Urochordates – Lencelet
(B) Anamniotes – Bufo, Ichthyophis
(C) Osteichthyes – Pristis, Trygon
(D) Gastropod Molluscs – Pila, Aplysia
(1) A - · | |B (2) B - · | |D
(3) C - · | |D (4) A - · | |D
105. - i - l · ¤ ª ¤ ¤ | l º | ¤ | + l + = =n ¸ t n =· | i + | - - + · |
~ l · | n | - | l º | + ~ | + | l · + i ¤ n - | º | | = =t i l n n | ¤ | ª ¤ |
t ·
(1) Wuchreria, Hirudinaria, Earthworm –
· i º | · t ª t i ¤ ( ¤ l ¤ º | ÷ | ¤ ª · | |
(2) Aplysia, sepia, locust – º | n | ¤ l · = - · º | - z ( ¤
¤ · a - l z + | · º ¤
(3) Antedon, Branchiostoma, Ophiura –
~ | - z · t ª t i ¤ ( ¤ ÷ ¸ ¤ ¸ º · | ª º | l n ( º
(4) Psittacula, chelone, Balaenoptera –
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106. The four sketches (A, B, C and D) given below represent
four different types of animal tissues. Which one of these
is correctly identified in the option given along with
its correct location and function
(A) (B)
(C)
(D)
Tissue Location Function
1. B Simple Fallopian tube Transport
of gamete
2. C Simple Wall of blood Diffusion
Vessels and
air sac of lungs
3. D Compound Skin Protection
epithelium
4. A Simple Tubular part Secretion
of nephron
squamous
epithelium
cuboidial boundary
epithelium
columnar
Epithelium
107.
A B
C
D
E
Go through the blood vascular system of
earthworm, given in the following diagram and
select the correctly matched code ?
A B C D E
(1)
Dorsal
vessel
Lateral hearts
Latero-
oesophageal
hearts
Ventral
vessel
Anterior
loop
(2)
Ventral
vessel
Lateral hearts
Anterior
loops
Dorsal vessel
Subneural
vessel
(3)
Dorsal
vessel
Latero-
oesophageal
hearts
Anterior
loops
Commisural
vessel
Ventral
vessel
Dorsal

Anterior Commisural Subneural
106. - i - l · ¤ ª ¤ - | · l - z | (A, B, C - · | | D) n - | · ¤ + | ·
+ ¤ | º | i - Ÿ | + l · º | | ( ª ¤ t + : - n = ( + + | - i - l · ¤
ª ¤ l ¤ + - ¤ | n = =t i ¤ t - | - | ª ¤ | t ( ¤ - =+ ¤ | ¤ ¤| -
+ | ª · | | - - · | | + | ¤ =t i l · ¤ ª ¤ t :-
(A) (B)
(C)
(D)
107.
A B
C
D
E
+ - ~ | + · + - ¤ l · = - · º | - z + l · ¤ ª ¤ l - z + | ~ ¤ n | + -
+ · - · | | =t i = n l n - + | ÷ + | - - ?

A B C D E
(1)
¤ ‘ · -  
( i l r ¬ i
¤ i ’ (   ; · ¤
¤ i ’ (  ^ l ¬¬ i  
; · ¤
¬ · i º  
( i l r ¬ i
¬ ^  ¤i ’ i
(2)
¬ · i º  
( i l r ¬ i
¤ i ’ (   ; · ¤ ¬ ^   ¤i ’ i
¤ ‘ · -  
( i l r ¬ i
¬ · i   nl i ¬ i  
( i l r ¬i
(3)
¤ ‘ · -  
( i l r ¬ i
¤ i ’ (  ^ l ¬¬ i  
; · ¤
¬ ^   ¤i ’ i
¬· i i ¤i  
( i l r ¬ i
¬ · i º  ( i l r ¬i
(4)
¤ ‘ · -  
¤ i ’ (   ; · ¤ ¬ ^   ¤i ’ i
¬· i i ¤i   ¬ · i   nl i ¬ i  
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108. Name of some of the tissue are given below. Out
of them how many are the products of
redifferentiation ?
Cork, Secondary cortex, Secondary xylem,
Cork cambium, Vascular cambium, Secondary
phloem.
(1) Four (2) Three
(3) Five (4) Two
109. The position of megaspore mother cell,
functional megaspore & embryo is respectively
at :-
(1) Micropylar end, Micropylar end, Chalazal
end
(2) Micropylar end, Chalazal end, Micropylar
end
(3) Chalazal end, Chalazal end, Micropylar end
(4) Chalazal end, Micropylar end, Micropylar
end
110. Bicarpellary gyanoecium & oblique ovary
occurs in how many of following plants in given
list :-
Aloe, Petunia, Tobacco, Tulip, Trifolium, Chilli,
Belladona, Ashwagundha, Brinjal, Tomato,
Potato, Asparagus
(1) Six (2) Five
(3) Four (4) Eight
111. Which one of the following is exclusive feature
of meiosis ?
(1) Double karyokinesis and no cytokinesis
(2) DNA replication occurs twice
(3) Karyokinesis as well as centrioles
duplication occurs twice
(4) Spindle fiber formation occurs twice and
cytokinesis once only
112. Which of the following is common to both
cyclic and non-cyclic photophosphorylation ?
(1) ATP and NADPH synthesis
(2) Involvement of both PSI and PSII
(3) ATP synthesis and involvement of PSI
(4) Photolysis of water
113. In which of the following auxin is not used ?
(1) Plant propagation
(2) Hedge making
(3) Parthinocarpic fruit formation
(4) Malting
108. - i - + ¤ - Ÿ | + | + - | n l · ¤ ª ¤ t + : - n = l + - - ¤ - l ¤ · | · -
+ - · ¤ | · t ?
+ | + , l , - i ¤ + ¤ - + º , l , - i ¤ + ¤| : n n, + | ª ( · | | , = ¤ t - i
( · | |, l , - i ¤ + ∂ n | ( n
(1) - | · (2) - i -
(3) ¤ | - (4) · |
109. ª ª¤ i ¤| º | n | - + | l z | + | , l + ¤ | z | i n ª ª¤ i ¤| º | ~ | · · | ¸ º |
+ ª · | | - + n z| · t :-
(1) ¤ i ¤| º÷ , | · i ¤ | · , ¤ i ¤| º ÷ , | · i ¤ | · , l - · | | ª i ¤
¤ | ·
(2) ¤ i ¤| º÷ , | · i ¤ | · , l - · | | ª i ¤ ¤ | · , ¤ i ¤| º ÷ , | · i ¤
¤ | ·
(3) l - · | | ª i ¤ ¤ | · , l - · | | ª i ¤ ¤ | · , ¤ i ¤| º ÷ , | · i ¤ ¤ | ·
(4) l - · | | ª i ¤ ¤ | · , ¤ i ¤| º ÷ , | · i ¤ ¤ | · , ¤ i ¤| º ÷ , | · i
¤ | ·
110. l , ~ º ÷ ¤ i ¤| ¤ | ª ~ | · l - ¤ + ~ º ÷ | z | ¤ l - - - =¸ - i n l + - -
¤ | · ¤ | = =- ¤ l - · | - t :-
( n | , l ¤ º ¸ l - ¤ | , - - ¤ | + ¸ , º ¤ ¸ l n ¤ , º ™ | : + | l n ¤ n ,
l n - , ¤ n | ÷ | - | , ~ z ¤ ª - · | | , ¤ ª - , º n | º · , ~ | n ¸ , =- | ¤ ·
: ( ª ¤ · ª =|
(1) ¤ · (2) ¤ | -
(3) - | · (4) ~ | a
111. l - - - n = + | - =| ~ · | = z i l ¤ · | | ¤- + | l ¤ l z | · º n - | º |
t :-
(1) · | t · | + - · + l ¤ · | | ¤- ( ¤ + | : + | l z | + | · · ¤ l ¤ · | | ¤-
- t i +
(2) DNA l , ª º | - · | ¤ | · t | - | +
(3) + - · + l ¤ · | | ¤- ( ¤ - | · + + - · + | l , ª º | - · | · | ¤ | · t | - |
(4) - + - - - + | l - n | º | · | ¤ | · n l + - + | l z | + | · · ¤ + |
l ¤ · | | ¤- + ¤ n ( + ¤ | · t | - |
112. : - n = + | - - + i ¤ - · | | ~ - + i ¤ · | - | ¤ + | · + ¤ + | z |
+ | ª + | ª + | · n i + · º | + l n ¤ =· ¤ t ?
(1) ATP - · | |NADPH + | = z n · | º |
(2) PS I - · | |PS II · | - | + | ¤ | ª · | -
(3) ATP + | = z n · | º | - · | | PSI + | ¤ | ª · | -
(4) ¤n + | ¤ + | z | ~ ¤ · | º -
113. : - n = l + =n ~ | l + ¤- + | ¤ ¤ | ª - t i t | - | t ?
(1) ¤ | · ¤ ¤ ¤ · | -
(2) ¤ | ÷ ¤ - | - |
(3) ~ l - · | + + n - ¤ · º |
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114.
Transport protein
A
A
B
A
B
I
II
III
On the basis of the above diagram find the
correct match :-
I II III
1. Symport Antiport Uniport
2. Uniport Symport Antiport
3. Uniport Antiport Symport
4. Uniport Simple diffusion Symport
115. Read the following four statements (a-d) :-
(a) Immunosuppressive agent is obtained from
monascus purpureus.
(b) Artificial insemination helps to overcome
several problems of normal matings
(c) Bee keeping is easy and do not require
specialised knowledge
(d) Catla, Rohu and Common carp are fresh
water fish.
How many of the above statements are
incorrect?
(1) One (2) Two (3) Three (4) Four
116. Consider the following four statements (a-d) and
select the option which includes all the correct
ones only.
(a) Cross-breeding allows the desirable qualities
of two different species to be combined.
(b) Wax is used in the preparation of cosmetics
and polishes of various kinds.
(c) Pisciculture is catching, processing and selling
of fishes
(d) Inbreeding helps in accumulation of superior
genes.
Options :
(1) Statement (b), (c) and (d)
(2) Statement (a) and (d)
(3) Statement (a) and (c)
(4) Statement (a), (c) and (d)
114.
¤ l · ¤ t - ¤ | º i -
A
A
B
A
B
I
II
III
- ¤ · | + - l - z + ~ | · | | · ¤ · =t i l n n | - + | ¤ t - | l - ¤ :-
I II III
1. l ¬- ¤ i - ¤ · - i ¤ i - ¤ ¸ · i ¤ i -
2. ¤ ¸ · i ¤ i - l ¬- ¤ i - ¤ · - i ¤ i -
3. ¤ ¸ · i ¤ i - ¤ · - i ¤ i - l ¬- ¤ i -
4. ¤ ¸ · i ¤ i - ¬i · i i º º i   l ( ¬º º i l ¬- ¤ i -
115. l - - - l n l º | - - | · + · | - | (a-d) + | ¤ l · ( ·
(a) ¤ l - · - | | l - · | · | + n | - | ª + = ¤ · - ¤ ¸ · i ~ = = ¤ | - - l + ¤ | ¤| - |
t +
(b) =| n | - ¤ = ª n = - · ¤ - - ~ - + =n ª ¤ | ( œ l z n ¤ i ¤ = - -
+ i ¤ l + ¤ | = · ¸ · t | ¤| - i t +
(c) n · | n + º | i ¤ | n - ~ | =| - t ~ | · : =+ l n ( l ¤ z | · | ¤ + | ·
+ a | - + i ~ | ¤ z ¤ + - | - t i t | - i +
(d) Catla, · | t ¸ ~ | · + | n - + | ¤ ~ n ¤ º | ¤n n ¤ n i
t +
- ¤ · | + - + · | - | n = l + - - ª n - t ·
(1) ( + (2) · | (3) - i - (4) - | ·
116. l - - - l n l º | - - | · + · | - | (a-d) ¤ · · ¤ | - + i l ¤( ~ | · + ¤ n
=· | i + · | - | ¤ | n | ( + l ¤ + - ¤ - l - ( :-
(a) = + · º | · | l ¤ l · | - - ¤| l - + ¤ | ¤ - i ¤ ª º | | + = ¤ | ¤-
n =t | ¤ + t | - | t +
(b) n | n + | ¤ ¤ | ª + | l - ¤ z + ¤ ª - ~ | - · | | l ¤ l · | - - ¤ + | ·
+ ¤ | l n z | + | - ¤ | · + · - n l + ¤ | ¤| - | t +
(c) n ¤ n i ¤ | n - = ¤ · | n ¤ n i + | ¤ + ÷ - | - - + | ¤ = ª + · º |
- · | | - - t ¤ - - = t | - | t +
(d) ~ - ¤ ¤- - ¬ · a l + ª n + ¤i - | + = - ¤ - n =t | ¤ - |
¤ · | - + · - | t +
l ¤ + - ¤ ·
(1) + · | -(b), (c) - · | |(d)
(2) + · | -(a) - · | |(d)
(3) + · | -(a) - · | |(c)
(4) + · | -(a), (c) - · | |(d)

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117. Sarcomeres are delineated by a very thin &
comparatively dense part called
(1) M-line (2) A-band
(3) I-band (4) Z-line
118. Somatostatin releases from pancrease and it's
target organ/gland is :-
(1) Kidney (2) Testis
(3) Pancreas (4) Ovary
119. At the base of cochlea, the scala vestibuli ends
at ............ where as scala tympani terminate at
the ............... which opens to the middle ear.
(1) Oval window, Round window
(2) Round window, Oval window
(3) Circular window, Oval window
(4) Round window, Circular window
120. Identify A, B, C and D in digrammatic sectional
view of seminiferous tubule.
(1) A-Sertoli cells B-Interstitial cells
C-Spermatozoa D-Spermatogonia
(2) A-Interstitial cells B-Spermatogonia
C-Spermatozoa D-Sertoli cells
(3) A-Spermatogonia B-Spermatozoa
C-Interstitial cells D-Sertoli cells
(4) A-Spermatozoa B-Spermatogonia
C-Interstitial cells D-Sertoli cells
121. How many of the following substances are
synthesize by the liver
Cholesterol,Insulin, ANF, Bile, Prothrombin,
Fibrinogen.
(1) Four (2) Two (3) Three (4) One
117. =| + | l n ¤ · ~ l - = - n - n - | · n + ª t · · | | ª , | · | ¤ · | + · t - |
t , + t n | - | t ·
(1) M- · º | | (2) A- ¤ º ÷
(3) I- ¤ º ÷ (4) Z- · º | |
118. =| n º | ª º º i - ~ · - | z | ¤ , | · | n + - t | - | t ( ¤ : =+ n - ¤
~ ª ! ª l · | t :-
(1) ¤ + + (2) ¤ · | º |
(3) ~ · - | z | ¤ (4) ~ ÷ | z | ¤
119. + | l + n ¤ | + - i - ª + n | ¤ ª º i · ¤ n i ............ n =n | - - t | - i
t ¤¤ l + ª + n | l º - ¤ - i ............... n =n | - - t | - i t + ¤|
l + n · ¤ + º | n º | n - | t +
(1) ~ ÷ | + | · l º | ÷ + i , ª | n | + | · l º | ÷ + i
(2) ª | n | + | · l º | ÷ + i , ~ ÷ | + | · l º | ÷ + i
(3) ¤ Ÿ | | + | · l º | ÷ + i , ~ ÷ | + | · l º | ÷ + i
(4) ª | n | + | · l º | ÷ + i , ¤ Ÿ | | + | · l º | ÷ + i
120. z | + ¤- - - l n + | ~ | + ~ | · º | i ¤ + | º + l - z n =
A, B, C ~ | · D + | ¤ t - | l - ¤ : -
(1) A- =º | n i + | l z | + | ( B- ~ - · | n i + | l z | + | (
C- z | + | º | D- =º | n i + | l z | + | (
(2) A- ~ - · | n i + | l z | + | ( B- ª ¤ n º | ª | l - ¤ |
C- z | + | º | D- =º | n i + | l z | + | (
(3) A- ª ¤ n º | ª | l - ¤ |B- z | + | º |
C- ~ - · | n i + | l z | + | ( D- =º | n i + | l z | + | (
(4) A- z | + | º | B- ª ¤ n º | ª | l - ¤ |
C- ~ - · | n i + | l z | + | ( D- =º | n i + | l z | + | (
121. l - - - n = l + - - ¤ · | · | ¤ œ - + , | · | = z n l · | - l + ( ¤| -
t
+ | n ª º ™ | n , : - =¸ l n - , ANF, l ¤ - , ¤ | · | l - ¤ - , + | : l ¤ - | ¤-
(1) - | · (2) · |
(3) - i - (4) ( +
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122. What is the correct sequence of toxicity of
nitrogenous wastes :-
(1) Urea > NH
3
> Uric acid
(2) NH
3
> Urea > Uric acid
(3) Uric acid > Urea > NH
3
(4) Urea > Uric acid > NH
3
123. How many structural genes are presents in Lac
operon :
(1) 1 (2) 2 (3) 5 (4) 3
124. Inheritance of skin colour in humans is an
example of :-
(1) Polygenic inheritance
(2) Mendelian inheritance
(3) Monogenic inheritance
(4) Pleiotropic gene
125. Match the column :
(i) Linkage (A) Hugo-de-vries
(ii) Independent
assortment
(B) Morgan
(iii) Incomplete
dominance
(C) Mendel
(iv) Mutation (D) Correns
Column-(A) Column-(B)
(1) i-B, ii-C, iii-A, iv-D
(2) i-B, ii-C, iii-D, iv-A
(3) i-C, ii-D, iii-A, iv-B
(4) i-B, ii-D, iii-C, iv-A
126. Mark the correct ascending order of evolution
of the following :-
(1) Rhynia, Psilophyton, Progymnosperm, Seed
ferns, Dicotyledons, Monocotyledons
(2) Progymonosperm, Rhynia, Psilophyton,
Seed ferns, Dicotyledons, Monocotyledons
(3) Dicotyledons, Rhynia, Psilophyton,
Progymonosperm, Seed ferns,
Monocotyledons
(4) Monocotyledons, Dicotyledons, Rhynia,
Psilophyton, Progymnosperms seed ferns
127. Gene frequency of a population can be
changed by all of the following except one :-
(1) Natural selection (2) Gene migration
(3) Genetic drift (4) Random mating
122. - | : º ™ | ¤- i ~ ¤ l z | · º ¤ · | · | | + l ¤ · | n ¤ - + | =t i + n + ¤ |
t :-
(1) ¤ ¸ l · ¤ |> ~ n | l - ¤ | > ¤ ¸ l · + ~ - n
(2) ~ n | l - ¤ | > ¤ ¸ l · ¤ |> ¤ ¸ l · + ~ - n
(3) ¤ ¸ l · + ~ - n> ¤ ¸ l · ¤ |> ~ n | l - ¤ |
(4) ¤ ¸ l · ¤ |> ¤ ¸ l · + ~ - n> ~ n | l - ¤ |
123. n + ¤ - l n + n l + - - = · - - | · n + ¤i - ¤ | ( ¤| -
t ·
(1) 1 (2) 2 (3) 5 (4) 3
124. n | - ¤ n · ¤ - | + | · ª + | - =i ¤ z | | - ª l - + | - · | t · º |
t ·
(1) ¤ t ¤i - i ¤ z | | ª l -
(2) n º ÷ l n ¤ - ¤ z | | - ª l -
(3) n | - | ¤ l - + : ( + ¤i - | ¤ z | | - ª l -
(4) ¤ t ¤ · | | ¤ i ¤i -
125. l - - - + | l n n | - + · ·
(i)
¬r ¬ · · n i
(A)
=¸ ^ i - · i - l ( ¬
(ii)
- ( n i   ¬ ¤ · ¤¸ r ·
(B)
- i ^ ·
(iii)
¬ ¤ ¸ º i   ¤ · i i l ( ni
(C)
- º · ¬
(iv)
· - ¤ l º ( n ·
(D)
¬ i º · ¬
Column-(A) Column-(B)
(1) i-B, ii-C, iii-A, iv-D
(2) i-B, ii-C, iii-D, iv-A
(3) i-C, ii-D, iii-A, iv-B
(4) i-B, ii-D, iii-C, iv-A
126. l - - - + - · ¸ l ¤ + | = + =t i ~ | · | t i + n + | ¤ t - | l - ¤ :-
(1) · | : - | , =| : n | + | : º | - , ¤ | l ¤- - | ª ¤ n , ¤ i ¤i ¤ º | | ª ,
l , ¤ i ¤¤ z i , ( + ¤ i ¤¤ z i
(2) ¤ | l ¤- - | ª ¤ n , · | : - | , =| : n | + | : º | - , ¤ i ¤i ¤ º | | ª ,
l , ¤ i ¤¤ z i , ( + ¤ i ¤¤ z i
(3) l , ¤ i ¤¤ z i , · | : - | , =| : n | + | : º | - , ¤ | l ¤- - | ª ¤ n ,
¤ i ¤i ¤ º | | ª , ( + ¤ i ¤¤ z i
(4) ( + ¤ i ¤ ¤ z i , l , ¤ i ¤¤ z i , · | : - | , =| : n | + | : º | - ,
¤ | l ¤- - | ª ¤ n , ¤ i ¤i ¤ º | | ª
127. l + = (+ + | ¤ | ÷ + · l - - - =· | i (+ =l n l · º + i ¤i - ~ | ¤ l Ÿ |
+ | ¤ l · ¤ l - - + · =+ - t :-
(1) ¤ | œ l - + ¤ · º | (2) ¤i - ¤ n | ¤ -
(3) ~ | - ¤ | l z | + l ¤ - n -(4) ¤ | · l - ¤ + = · | | ª

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128. Appearance of "Long pointed canine teeth" in
human baby is an example of :-
(1) Vestigial organ (2) Atavism
(3) Connecting link (4) Homologous organ
129. Which of the following hormone helps in
development of brain in embryonic stage and
also regulates menstrual cycle in adult females:
(1) Melatonin (2) Glucocorticoids
(3) Thyroid hormone (4) Thymosin
130. Which of the following statements is false:-
(1) MRI uses strong magnetic fields and non-
ionising radiations to accurately detect
pathological and physiological changes in
the living tissue.
(2) Antibodies against cancer-specific antigens
are also used for detection of certain
cancers.
(3) Most cancers are treated by combination of
surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy
(4) Benign tumors grow very rapidly, invading
and damaging the surrounding normal
tissues.
131. Mark the incorrectly matched pair :-
(1) Schwann cells : Formation of myelin sheath
around axons, found in spinal and cranial
nerves
(2) Association area : Large regions that are both
sensory and motor area in function
(3) Fovea : Thinned out portion of retina where
only the cones are densely packed
(4) Vestibular apparatus : Composed of three
semicircular canal and the ototith organ
consisting of saccule and utricle
132. Which one is a true statement regarding DNA
finger printing :-
(1) It involves identifying differences in some
specific region in DNA sequence called as
repetitive DNA
(2) It involves PCR and RFLP
(3) Molecular analysis of profile of DNA
sample
(4) All the above
133. Read the following statement (A - D) :-
(A) The VNTR belongs to a class of satellite
DNA referred to as minisatellite
(B) Less than 5 percent of the genome codes
for protein
(C) Largest known human gene being
dystrophin
(D) Glucose and galactose act as inducer for lac
operon
How many of the above statements are right:-

128. n | - ¤ l z | z | n n - ¤ , - + i n + - | : - · | - + | ¤ + º t | - |
l + =+ | - · | t · º | t ·
(1) ~ ¤ z | · | i ~ ª + (2) ¤ · ¤ | ¤ - - +
(3) = ¤ | ¤+ + l ÷ + (4) (1) ( ¤ (2) · | - | +
129. l - - - n = + | - =| t | n | - · | ¸ º | i ¤ ~ ¤ ª · | | n n l ª - · + + | l ¤ + | =
+ · ¤ | - | t - · | | ¤ ¤ ª + ~ | · - | n n | l =+ - + + | l - ¤ l z - + · - |
t ·
(1) n n | º | l - - (2) · n ¸ + | + | l º + | : ÷ ¸ =
(3) · | | : · | : ÷ t | n | - (4) · | | : n | l =-
130. l - - - n = + | - =| + · | - ~ =· ¤ t ·
(1) ¤i l ¤ - ≈- + n ¤ + l - - ~ | · + | l ¤ + i ¤ ¤ l · ¤ - - | + |
( + · n =t i ¤ - | n ª | - + l n ( ( n ~ | · ~ | : n - ¤
- - ¤ + i ¤ - | z | ~ | · ~ - | ¤ - + | · i l ¤ l + · º | | + | - ¤ ¤ | ª
l + ¤ | ¤| - | t +
(2) + ¤ + =· | + | ¤ - | n ª | - + l n ( + =· l ¤ l z | · º ¤ l - ¤- |
+ l ¤ ªz ¤ l - · l - | ¤ | + | · | i - ¤ ¤ | ª l + ¤ | ¤| - | t +
(3) ~ l · | + | z | + =· + | - ¤ - | · z- ¤ l + ¤ | , l ¤ l + · º | l - l + · =|
~ | · · =| l - l + · =| + = ¤ | ¤- = l + ¤ | ¤| - | t +
(4) = · n ~ ¤ · ¤ t - - ¤i = ¤ · - | t ~ | · ~ | = ¤ | = + =| n | - ¤
≈- + | ¤ · t n n | + · + - - t - | l - ¤ t - | - | t +
131. ª n - n l n - ¤ · n + | ¤ t - | l - ¤ ·
(1) z ¤ | - + | l z | + | · ( + =| - + - | · | ~ | · n | : l n - ~ | - ¤ ·
+ | l - n | º | ¤| l + n ª - · | | + ¤ | n - l z + | n ¤ | ¤ ¤| -
t +
(2) =t · | | ª i - | z · ¤ ÷ - | z ¤| l + + | ¤ n = ¤ · i ( ¤ ¤ · +
· | - | t | - t +
(3) + | l ¤ ¤ | · · l º - | + | ¤ - n | · | | ª ¤t | =· | - ª¤ = · ¤ ¤ l ª · | -
+ ¤ n z | + + | l z | + | ( - ¤ l ª · | l -
(4) ¤ ª º i ¤ n · - ¤ + · º | · ¤ t - i - ~ · | ¤ Ÿ | | + | · - l n + | ~ |
- · | | ~ | º | l n · | ~ ª ¤ = = + ¤ ¸ n (¤ ¤ º ™ i + n + | ¤ - | t | - | t +
132. DNA l + ª · l ¤ l - º ª + = · · | n + | - =| + · | - =t i t :-
(1) : =n DNA ~ - + n n l ª · | - + ¤ l ¤ l z | · º - | z | n
l ¤ l · | - - - | ~ | + | ¤ - | n ª | - t l ¤=+ i ¤ - · | ¤ Ÿ | i DNA
+ t | ¤| - | t
(2) : - n PCR - · | |RFLP =l - n l n - t
(3) DNA = - ¤ n + ¤ | + | : n + | ~ | l º ¤ + l ¤ z n · | º | l + ¤ |
¤| - | t
(4) - ¤ · | + - =· | i
133. l - - - l n l º | - - | · + · | - | (A - D) + | ¤ l · ( :-
(A) VNTR, = º n | : º DNA + i ¬ º | i = =- ¤ l - · | - t
l ¤=+ | l n - i = º n | : º + t | ¤| - | t
(B) ¤i - | n + | 5 ¤ l - z| - = + n · | | ª ¤ | º i - + | + ¸ º n º | -
+ · - t
(C) =¤ = ¤ ÷ i a | - t ¤ ¸ n - ¤i - l ÷ ª º ™ | l + - + i t
(D) · n ¸ + | ¤ - · | | ª n + º | ¤ n + ~ | ¤ · | - n ¤ · + + i - · t + | ¤
+ · - t
- ¤ · | + - l · ¤ ª ¤ + · | - | n = l + - - =t i t :-

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134. The maximum biomass of livings diatoms is to
be found in :-
(1) Upper surface of sea water
(2) Moist soil and swamps
(3) Deep coal mines
(4) Swamps
135. Frequent occurrence of water blooms in a lake
indicates :-
(1) Nutrient deficient
(2) Oxygen deficiency
(3) Excessive nutrient availability
(4) Absence of herbivores in the lake
136. Paleo ecology is refered as the study of :-
(1) Living organisms with environment
(2) Extinct organisms with their environment
(3) Herbivores with their environment
(4) None of these
137. Which character of species is susceptible of
extinction ?
(1) Large body size and low reproductive rate
(2) Small population size
(3) Feeding at high trophic level in food chain
(4) All the above
138. Drought resistant and fire resistant plant species
are found in which biome ?
(1) Northern coniferous
(2) Temperate deciduous
(3) Tropical deciduous
(4) Chaparral
139. Mark the incorrect statement regarding the
binding of oxygen with haemoglobin ?
(1) Binding decreases with fall in pH
(2) Binding increases with fall in temperature
(3) Binding decreases with rise in
2
CO
P
(4) Binding increases with rise in
2, 3-diphosphoglyceride concentration.
140. What would be the cardiac output of a person
having 72 heart beats per minute and a stroke's
volume of 60 ml per beat ?
(1) 360 ml/min
(2) 3600 ml/min
(3) 5000 ml/min
(4) 4320 ml/min
134. ¤i l ¤ - ÷ | ¤ º n | + i ~ l · | + - n ¤ ¤ = t l - + t | ¤ | : ¤| - i
t ·
(1) =n · i ¤n + i ≈¤ · i =- t ¤ ·
(2) ~ | · l n ¸ i - · | | · n · n | n
(3) ª t · i + | ¤ n | º | | - | n
(4) · n · n i ¤ª t ¤ ·
135. l + =i ¤ i n n ¤- · i ¤- · i ¤n ª + ¸ º - t | - | t | , - | - ==
+ ¤ | = + - l n n - | t ·
(1) ¤ | · | º | ~ · | | ¤
(2) ~ | + =i ¤- ~ · | | ¤
(3) =| n | - ¤ = ~ l · | + ¤ | · | º | - ¤ n · · | - |
(4) ¤ i n n z | | + | t | l · ¤ | + i ~ - ¤ l ª · | l -
136. ¤ l n ¤ | : + | n | ¤i ~ · ¤ ¤ - t ·
(1) ¤ ¤ | ¤ · º | + | ¤i ¤ | = =- ¤ - · |
(2) l ¤ n - - ¤i ¤ | + | - - + ¤ ¤ | ¤ · º | = =- ¤ - · |
(3) z | | + | t | · i + | - - + ¤ ¤ | ¤ · º | = =- ¤ - · |
(4) - ¤ · | + - n = + | : - t i
137. l - - - n = + | - =| n - | º | ¤| l - l ¤ n | ¤ - + ¤ l - = ª | t i t ·
(1) l ¤ z | | n + | ¤ z | · i · - · | | l - - - ¤ ¤- - · ·
(2) ¤ | º | =n l · º ~ | n | ¤
(3) º | | ¤ + ÷ i n - - - ¤ | · | º | ª - · ¤ · · | | ¤-
(4) - ¤ · | + - =· | i
138. =¸ º | | ¤ l - · | · | i - · | | ~ | ª ¤ l - · | · | i ¤ | · ¤ ¤| l - ¤ | l + = ¤ | ¤ | n
n ¤ | ¤ i ¤| - i t ·
(1) - Ÿ | · i z | + · | | · i
(2) z | i - | · º | ¤ º | ¤ | - i
(3) - · º | + l º ¤ · | i ¤ ¤ º | ¤ | - i
(4) - ¤ | · n
139. t i n | · n | l ¤ - + =| · | O
2
+ ¤ · | - t | - + = · · | n ª n -
+ · | - - l - ( ·
(1) pH n + n i = ¤ · | - n l ª · | ¤ º
(2) - | ¤ n | - n + n i = ¤ · | - n ¤ l z
(3)
2
CO
P

n ¤ l z = ¤ · | - n l ª · | ¤ º
(4) 2, 3- ÷ | : + | ª + | l · n =· | : ÷ =| · - | n ¤ l z = ¤ · | - n
¤ l z
140. ( + ( = · ¤ l + - + | ‚ · ¤ l - + | = + ¤ | t | ª | l ¤=+ ‚ · ¤ + i
ª ¤ · - · · 72 ¤ | · ¤ l - l n - º t ¤ ª º ™ | + ~ | ¤ - - 60 l n n i n i º ·
¤ l - ª ¤ · - t ?
(1) 360 l n n i n i º · ! l n - º
(2) 3600 l n n i n i º · ! l n - º
(3) 5000 l n n i n i º · ! l n - º
(4) 4320 l n n i n i º · ! l n - º
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DIRECTIONS FOR Q. NO. 141 TO 200
These questions consist of two statements each,
printed as Assertion and Reason. While
answering these Questions you are required to
choose any one of the following four responses.
A. If both Assertion & Reason are True & the
Reason is a correct explanation of the
Assertion.
B. If both Assertion & Reason are True but
Reason. is not a correct explanation of the
Assertion.
C. If Assertion is True but the Reason is False
D. If both Assertion & Reason are false.
141. Assertion :- In a uniform circular motion angle
between velocity vector and acceleration vector
is always t/2.
Reason :- For any type of motion, angle between
acceleration and velocity is always t/2
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
142. Assertion :- The time of flight of a body becomes
n times of original value, if its speed is made n
times.
Reason :- Due to this range of projectile becomes
n times.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
143. Assertion :- Average velocity of the body may be
equal to its instantaneous velocity.
Reason :- When body moves with constant
velocity
ins avg
v v =
 
.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
144. Assertion :- Static friction
s applied
F F = ÷
 
.
Reason :- Kinetic friction
( ) k
relative
ˆ
F N V
k
= µ ÷

(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
145. Assertion :- In an elastic collision of two bodies,
the momentum and energy of system are
conserved.
Reason :- If two bodies stick to each other, after
colliding, the collision is said to be perfectly
inelastic.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
146. Assertion :- It is more difficult to open the door
by applying the force near the hinge.
Reason :- Torque is maximum at hinge.

¤ z - = º ¤ | 141 = 200 + l n ( l - · z |
¤ · ¤ + ¤ z - n + · | - - · | | + | · º | l · ( ª ¤ t + ¤ z - |
+ | t n + · - =n ¤ - i - l · ( ª ( - | · | l ¤ + - ¤ | n
= =t i l ¤ + - ¤ + | - l - ( +
A. ¤ l · + · | - ( ¤ + | · º | · | - | =· ¤ t - · | | + | · º | + · | -
+ | =t i ª ¤ · º i + · º | t +
B. ¤ l · + · | - ( ¤ + | · º | · | - | =· ¤ t , n l + - + | · º | , + · | -
+ | =t i ª ¤ · º i + · º | - t i t +
C. ¤ l · + · | - =· ¤ t , n l + - + | · º | ~ = · ¤ t +
D. + · | - ¤ + | · º | · | - | ~ =· ¤ t +
141. + · | -:- ( + =n | - ¤ Ÿ | | + | · ª l - n ¤ ª =l · z | - · | | · ¤ · º |
=l · z | + n · ¤ + | º | t n z | | t/2 t | - | t +
+ | · º | :- l + =i · | i ¤ + | · + i ª l - n , · ¤ · º | - · | | ¤ ª +
n · ¤ + | º | t n z | | t/2 t | - | t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
142. + · | -:- ( + ¤ ª - + | - ÷ ¸ ÷ ¤ - + | n ¤ | ª - l ¤ + n | - + |
n ª - | t | ¤| ¤ ª | ¤ l · - =+ i - | n + | n ª - | + · l · ¤ | ¤| ¤ +
+ | · º | :- : =+ + | · º | ¤ - | - ¤ + i ¤ · | =n ª - | t | ¤| ¤ ª i +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
143. + · | -:- ¤ ª - + | ~ | =- ¤ ª , - =+ - | · - | l º | + ¤ ª + ¤ · | ¤ ·
t | =+ - | t +
+ | · º | :- ¤¤ ¤ ª - l - ¤ - ¤ ª = ª l - + · - i t - ¤
ins avg
v v =
 
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
144. + · | -:- ª · | l - + · | · | º |
s applied
F F = ÷
 
+ | · º | :- ª l - ¤ · | · | º |
( ) K
ˆ
F N V
k
= µ ÷

=| ¤ - |
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
145. + · | -:- · | l ¤ º ÷ | + i ¤ · ¤ | ª · | º + + · n l - + | ¤ + | = ¤ ª
~ | · ≈¤| = · l - | - · t - i t +
+ | · º | :- ¤ l · º + + · + ¤ z - | - ¸ · | - | l ¤ º ÷ ~ | ¤ = n l - ¤ +
¤| - t - | ¤ t º + + · ¤ ¸ º | ~ ¤ · ¤ | ª · | + t n | - i t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
146. + · | -:- ¤ n + | · · ¤ | ¤ ¤ · l + n + i - + l - + º ~ | · | l ¤ -
+ · - ¤ · · · ¤ | ¤ + | º | | n - | n l z + n t | - | t +
+ | · º | :- l + n + i - ¤ · ¤ n ~ | · | ¸ º | ~ l · | + - n t | - | t +

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147. A nuclide X undergoes o-decay and another
nuclide Y undergoes |

-decay.
Assertion :- All the o-particles emitted by X will
have the same speed whereas all the |-particles
emitted by Y may have widely different speeds.
Reason :- In o-decay, the entire energy is carried
away by the o-particles as its kinetic energy
whereas in |

-decay, the energy is shared between
the |-particle and the anti-nutriono.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
148. Assertion :- If frequency of incident light is
greater than threshold frequency of the metal then
photo electric effect is obtained.
Reason :- An electron is sure to come out from
the metal if it absorbs a photon having energy
greater than work function of the metal.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
149. Assertion :- Work done by a gas in isothermal
expansion is more than the work done by the gas
in the same expansion adiabatically.
Reason :- Temperature remains constant in
isothermal expansion not in adiabatic expansion.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
150. Assertion :- The total translational kinetic energy
of all the molecules of a given mass of an ideal
gas is 1.5 times the product of its pressure and its
volume.
Reason :- The molecules of a gas collide with each
other and the velocities of the molecules change
due to the collisions.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
151. Assertion :- A man with a wrist watch (spring
wound) on his hand falls from the top of a
tower. The watch will show correct time during
free fall.
Reason :- The working of the wrist watch (spring
wound) depend on spring action and it has nothing
to do with gravity.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
152. Assertion :- Maximum kinetic energy of a particle
executing SHM may be greater than mechanical
energy.
Reason :- Potential energy of a system executing
SHM may be negative.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
147. ( + - | l · | +X n o- - | ¤ - · | | · ¸ =· - | l · | + Y n |

- - | ¤
t | - | t +
+ · | -:- - | l · | + X = n + - t ¤ o- + º | | + i - | n =n | -
¤¤ l + - | l · | +Y = n + - t ( |- + º | | + i - | n ~ =n | -
t | - i t +
+ | · º | :- o- - | ¤ = n + - t : =- ¤ ¸ º | ≈¤| o- + º | | + i ª l - ¤
≈¤| + ª¤ n |

- - | ¤ = n + - t : =- ¤ ¸ º | ≈¤| |- + º | |
- · | | ( - º i - ¤ ¸ º ™ i - | n l ¤ · | + - t | ¤| - i t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
148. + · | -:- ¤ l · ~ | ¤ l - - ¤ + | z | + i ~ | ¤ l Ÿ | , · | | - + i · t n i
~ | ¤ l Ÿ | = ~ l · | + t - | ¤ + | z | ¤ ¤ - ¤ · | | ¤ ¤ | - - t | - | t +
+ | · º | :- ¤ l · + | : : n + º ™ | - · | | - + + | ¤ + n - = ~ l · | +
≈¤| + | + | º | - ~ ¤ z | | l · | - + · - | ¤ t l - l z - - t i · | | - =
¤ | t · ~ | ¤| - | t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
149. + · | -:- =n - | ¤ i ¤ ¤ =| · n l + =i ª = , | · | l + ¤ | ª ¤ | + | ¤
ªz| · n · i l - = - - - t i ¤ =| · n ª = , | · | l + ¤ ª ¤ + | ¤
= ~ l · | + t | - | t +
+ | · º | :- =n - | ¤ i ¤ ¤ =| · n - | ¤ l - ¤ - · t - | t , ªz| · n
¤ =| · n - t i +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
150. + · | -:- ( + ~ | · z | ª = + a | - · · ¤ n | - + =· | i ~ º | ~ |
+ i + n ª · | | - | - - · i ¤ ª l - ¤ ≈¤| , : =+ · | ¤ ( ¤ : =+
~ | ¤ - - + ª º | - + n + i 1.5 ª - i t | - i t +
+ | · º | :- l + =i ª = + ~ º | ( + · ¸ =· = º + · | - t
- · | | ~ º | ~ | + ¤ ª º + + · + + | · º | ¤ l · ¤ l - - t | -
t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
151. + · | -:- ( + · ¤ l + - l ¤=- t | · | · | ÷ i (spring wound)
¤ t - i t : t + ( + n i - | · + z | i · | = l ª · ¤| - | t + l ª · - =n ¤
· | ÷ i =t i =n ¤ · z | | - i t +
+ | · º | :- t | · | · | ÷ i + i + | ¤ ¤ º | | n i + ¤ n l ª ¤ ª l + ¤ | ¤ ·
l - · | · + · - i t + ª ª· ¤ | + · | º | + | : = ¤ · + | : ¤ · | | ¤ - t i
¤ ÷ - | t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
152. + · | -:- =· n ~ | ¤ - ª l - + · · t + º | + i ~ l · | + - n ª l - ¤
≈¤| ¤ | l z + ≈¤| = ~ l · | + t | =+ - i t +
+ | · º | :- =· n ~ | ¤ - ª l - + · · t + º | + i l ª · | l - ¤ ≈¤|
Ωº | | · n + t | =+ - i t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
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153. Assertion :- Description of sound as pressure
wave is preferred over displacement wave.
Reason :- Sound sensors (ear or mike) detected
pressure changes.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
154. Assertion :- The time period of revolution of a
satellite close to surface of earth is smaller than
that revolving away from surface of earth.
Reason :- The square of time period of revolution
of a satellite is directly proportional to cube of its
orbital radius.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
155. Assertion :- For the planets orbiting around the sun,
angular speed, linear speed, KE changes with time,
but angular momentum remains constant.
Reason :- No torque is acting on the rotating
planet, so its angular momentum is constant.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
156. Assertion :- A dipole always tends to align in the
direction of electric field.
Reason :- In this direction torque acting on the
dipole is zero.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
157. Assertion : Magnetism is releativistic.
Reason : When we move along the charge so
that there is no motion of charge relative to us,
we find no magnetic field associated with the
charge.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
158. Assertion : Higher the range, greater is the
resistance of ammeter.
Reason : To increase the range of ammeter,
additional shunt needs to be used across it.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
159. Assertion : In series R-L-C ac circuit when
frequency of source increases then power factor
must be increases.
Reason : When frequency increases then
impedance of circuit decreases.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
153. + · | -:- · ¤ l - + i · ¤ | º ¤ | + l n ( l ¤ ª · | | ¤ - - · ª + i ~ ¤ - | |
· | ¤ - · ª + | n t · ¤ l · ¤ | ¤| - | t +
+ | · º | :- · ¤ l - = ¤ · + ( + | - ~ · | ¤ | n | : + ) · | ¤ ¤ l · ¤ - - |
+ | = =¸ l - - + · - | t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
154. + · | -:- ¤ · ¤ i + i =- t + l - + º ¤ l · + n º | · - l + =i - ¤ ª t
+ | ~ | ¤ - + | n ¤ · ¤ i + i =- t = · ¸ · ¤ l · + n º | · - l + =i
- ¤ ª t + ~ | ¤ - + | n = + n t | - | t
+ | · º | :- l + = i - ¤ ª t + ¤ l · + n º | + | n + | ¤ ª
: =+ i + - | i ¤ l z º ¤ | + · | - + ~ - + n | - ¤ | - i t | - |
t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
155. + · | -:- =¸ ¤ + ¤ l · - · ¤ l · · | n º | · - ª t | + + | º | i ¤ - | n
· º | i ¤ - | n - · | | ª l - ¤ ≈¤| - | =n ¤ + =| · | ¤ l · ¤ l - - t | -
t ¤ · - - + | º | i ¤ = ¤ ª l - ¤ - · t - | t +
+ | · º | :- · | ¸ º | - · - ª t ¤ · + | : ¤ n ~ | · | ¸ º | + | ¤ - t i + · - |
t + ~ - · : =+ | + | º | i ¤ = ¤ ª l - ¤ - · t - | t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
156. + · | -:- ( + l , · | ¤ t n z | | l ¤ ¤ - - | z + i l · z | | n ~ | -
+ i ¤ + l - · º | - | t +
+ | · º | :- : = l · z | | n l , · | ¤ ¤ · + | ¤ · - ¤ n | · | ¸ º | z | ¸ - ¤ t | - |
t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
157. + · | -: - - ¤ + · ¤ ( + =| ¤ - | ~ ¤ · | | · º | | t +
+ | · º | : ¤¤ t n ~ | ¤ z | + =| · | : = ¤ + | · ª l - n | - t | l +
t n | · =| ¤ - | ~ | ¤ z | + i + | : ª l - - t i t | - | ~ | ¤ z | =
- - ¤ + i ¤ - | z = ¤ l · | - - t i t | ª | +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
158. + · | -: · - ¤ l ¤- - | - - - - · t , · | | · | n | ¤ i + | ¤ l - · | · | - - - |
t i ~ l · | + - · t +
+ | · º | : · | | · | n | ¤ i + i · - ¤ n ¤ l z + · - + l n ¤ , : = ¤ ·
~ l - l · + - z | º + | ¤ ¤ | ª l + ¤ | ¤| - | ~ | ¤ z ¤ + t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
159. + · | -: ( + ¬ º | i + nR-L-C ¤ · ¤ | ¤ - i · | | · | ¤ l · ¤ · | , ª z | -
+ i ~ | ¤ l Ÿ | + | ¤ · | - ¤ · z | l ‰ ª º | | + l - l z- - ª¤ = ¤ · ª | +
+ | · º | : ¤¤ ~ | ¤ l Ÿ | + | ¤ · | ¤ | ¤| - | t - | ¤ l · ¤ · | + i ¤ l - ¤ | · | |
· | º ¤| - i t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
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160. Assertion : Focal length of a lens for red colour
is greater than its focal length for violet colour
Reason : Because
1
f
= (µ – 1)
2
1 1

R R
| |
|
\ .
and µ
r
< µ
v
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
161. Assertion :- When AgNO
3
is treated with excess
of KI, colloidal particles gets attracted towards
anode
Reason :- Colloidal particles adsorb common ions
and thus becomes charged.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
162. Assertion :- The dissociation constants of
polyprotic acid are in the order K
1
> K
2
> K
3
.
Reason :- The [H
+
] furnished in first step of
dissociation exerts common ion effect to reduce
the second dissociation so on.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
163. Assertion :- HClO
4
is a stronger acid then HClO
3
.
Reason :- Oxidation state of Cl in HClO
4
is (+7)
and in HClO
3
(+5).
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
164. Assertion :- 0.1 M glucose and 0.1 M urea are
isotonic to each other at same temperature
Reason :- Isotonic solution have same osmotic
pressure. Osmotic pressure of non-electrolyte
solution depends on molar concentration and
temperature i.e. t = cRT.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
165. Assertion :- Heat of neutralisation of HF versus
NaOH numerically less than 57.1 kJ/eq.
Reason :- Some heat is used to ionize weak
acid.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
166. Assertion :- For the combustion reaction, the
value of AH is always negative.
Reason :- The combusion reactions are always
endothermic.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
167. Assertion :- An orbital cannot have more than two
electrons.
Reason :- Two electrons in an orbital create
opposite magnetic field.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
160. + · | -: n | n · ª + l n ¤ l + =i n = + i + | + = n - ¤ | :
+ | n | - ¤ ª - i · ª + l n ¤ + | + = n - ¤ | : = ~ l · | + t | - |
t
+ | · º | : + ¤ | l +
1
f
= (µ – 1)
2
1 1

R R
| |
|
\ .
( ¤ µ
r
< µ
v
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
161. + · | -:- ¤¤ AgNO
3
+ | KI + ~ | l · | + ¤ + =| · | l + ¤ |
+ · ¤ | - t - | ¤ | - - + | n | : ÷ i + º | ( - | ÷ + i ~ | · attract
t | - t +
+ | · º | :- + | n | : ÷ i + º | =n ~ | ¤ - + | ~ l · | z | | l · | - + ·
~ | ¤ l - - t | ¤| - t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
162. + · | -:- ¤ | l n ¤ | l º + ~ - n + l ¤ ¤ | ¤- l ª · | · | + + | + n
K
1
> K
2
> K
3
.
+ | · º | :- ¤ · | n ª - · + l ¤ ¤ | ¤- n ¤ | - - [H
+
] + =n ~ | ¤ -
¤ · | | ¤ + + | · º | l , - i ¤ l ¤ ¤ | ¤- · | º ¤| - | t - · | | : = ¤ + | ·
~ | ª · | i - n - | · t - | t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
163. + · | -:- HClO
4
, HClO
3
+ i - n - | n ¤ ¤ n ~ - n t
+ | · º | :- HClO
4
n Cl + | ~ | + =i + · º | ~ + (+7) - · | |
HClO
3
n Cl + | ~ | + =i + · º | ~ + (+5) t ·
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
164. + · | -:- 0.1 M · n ¸ + | = - · | | 0.1 M ¤ ¸ l · ¤ | ( + · ¸ =· +
=| · | =n | - - | ¤ ¤ · =n ¤ · | =· i t +
+ | · º | :- =n ¤ · | =· i l ¤ n ¤ - + ¤ · | =· º | · | ¤ =n | - t | -
t + l ¤ ¤ - ~ - ~ ¤ · | º ¸ ¤ l ¤ n ¤ - + | ¤ · | =· º | · | ¤ n | n · =| - · - |
- · | | - | ¤ ¤ · l - · | · + · - | t i.e. t = cRT.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
165. + · | -:- HF + i NaOH = - · | =i - i + · º | + i ≈· n | + |
n | - = º ¤ | · n + ª¤ = 57.1 kJ/eq = + n t | - | t +
+ | · º | :- + ¤ ≈· n | · ¤ n ~ - n + | ~ | ¤ l - - + · - n º | -
t | - i t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
166. + · | -:- · t - ~ l · | l + ¤ | + l n ( AH + | n | - =· ¤
Ωº | | · n + t | - | t
+ | · º | :- · t - ~ l · | l + ¤ | t n z | | - · n | z | | · | i t | - i t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
167. + · | -:- ( + + - | + n · | : n + º ™ | - = ~ l · | + - t i · | · ¤|
=+ - t +
+ | · º | :- ( + + - | + n · | : n + º ™ | - l ¤ ¤ l · - - - ¤ + i ¤ - | z
- · ¤ - - + · - t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
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168. Assertion :- [Co(NH
3
)
4
NO
2
Cl]Cl is a heteroleptic
complex
Reason :- Complex gives two ions on ionisation
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
169. Assertion :- O
3
and SO
2
both are bleaching agent
Reason :- Both exhibit bleaching action through
oxidation.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
170. Assertion :- Deep pink color of KMnO
4
is due to
d-d transition.
Reason :- MnO
4

is square planer
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
171. Assertion :- B and Si carbides are covalent carbide
Reason :- All p-block element forms covalent
carbide
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
172. Assertion :- AgCl is soluble in NH
3
but insoluble
in H
2
O
Reason :- NH
3
is non polar while H
2
O is polar
solvent.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
173. Assertion :- Glucose react with HNO
3
gives
saccharic acid.
Reason :- The formula of saccharic acid is
(CHOH)
4

CH OH
2

COOH
.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
174. Assertion :- P
|
HBV is polyester biodegradable
polymer.
Reason :- P
|
HBV is an chain growth polymer
used in the formation of surgical items.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
175. Assertion :- Acetamide and methyl acetate are
derivatives of acetic acid.
Reason :- Acetamide is less easily hydrolysed as
compared to methyl acetate.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
176. Assertion :- pK
b
for aniline is more than that of
CH
3
NH
2
(Higher pK
b
means less basic)
Reason :- In aniline .p of nitrogen is delocalised
so not easy available for protonation.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
168. + · | -:- [Co(NH
3
)
4
NO
2
Cl]Cl ( + l n l ¬ - = + n t +
+ | · º | :- ~ | ¤ - i + · º | ¤ · = + n · | ~ | ¤ - · - | t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
169. + · | -:- O
3
¤ SO
2
· | - | l ¤ · ¤i + | · + t +
+ | · º | :- · | - | ~ | + =i + | · + ¤ + l - + + | · º | l ¤ · ¤- l + ¤ |
· ¤ + - + · - t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
170. + · | -:- KMnO
4
+ | ª t · | ª n | ¤ i · ªd-d = + n º | +
+ | · º | t | - | t +
+ | · º | :- MnO
4

¤ ª | + | · =n - n i ¤ t | - | t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
171. + · | -:- B ¤ Si + | ¤ | : ÷ =t = ¤ | ¤i + | ¤ | : ÷ t | - t +
+ | · º | :- =· | i p-block + - · ¤ =t = ¤ | ¤i + | ¤ | : ÷ ¤ - | -
t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
172. + · | -:- AgCl, NH
3
n l ¤ n ¤ t n l + - H
2
O n ~ l ¤ n ¤
+ | · º | :- NH
3
~ · | ¤ i ¤ ¤ H
2
O · | ¤ i ¤ l ¤ n | ¤ + t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
173. + · | -:- · n + | = HNO
3
+ =| · | ~ l · | l + ¤ | = = + l · +
~ - n ¤ - | - | t +
+ | · º | :- = + l · + ~ - n + | =¸ z
(CHOH)
4

CH OH
2

COOH
t | - | t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
174. + · | -:- P
|
HBV ¤ | l n ( ª º · ¤ ¤ l - l - - + · º | ¤ t n + t | - |
t +
+ | · º | :- P
|
HBV ( + ¬ º | n | ¤ l z ¤ t n + t l ¤=+ |
- ¤ ¤ | ª =l ¤ + n ~ | : º n ¤ - | - t - l + ¤ | ¤| - | t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
175. + · | -:- ( l =º | n | : ÷ ( ¤ n l · | n ( l =º º , ( l =l º + ~ - n +
· ¤ · ¤ - - t | - t +
+ | · º | :- ( l =º | n | : ÷ , n l · | n ( l =º º + i - n - | n + n
~ | =| - i = ¤n ~ ¤ · | l º - t | - | t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
176. + · | -:- ( l - l n - + | pK
b
, CH
3
NH
2
= ~ l · | + t | - | t +
( - - -pK
b
~ · | | - + n - | | · i ¤)
+ | · º | :- ( l - l n - n N + | p l ¤ ª · | | - i œ - t | - | t : =l n ¤
¤ | º | - i + · º | + l n ¤ ~ | =| - i = - ¤ n · · | - t i t | - | t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
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177. Assertion :- Derived name of simplest alkenyne
is vinyl acetylene.
Reason :- Vinyl acetylene contains six unhybrid
p-orbitals.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
178. Assertion :- Terminal alkynes gives red ppt. when
treated with ammonical Cu
2
Cl
2
.
Reason :- Red ppt. is obtained due to formation
of Cu
2
O.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
179. Assertion :- Formaldehyde on reaction with
Grignard reagent followed by hydrolysis yield
methyl alcohol.
Reason :- All aldehyde on reaction with grignard
reagent followed by hydrolysis yield primary
alcohol.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
180. Assertion :- BeCl
2
is covalent whereas BaCl
2
is
ionic.
Reason :- Smaller is size of the cation, greater is
the polarising power.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
181. Assertion :- Pteridophytes are found in cool, damp
and shady places, So the spread of them is limited and
restricted to narrow geographical regions.
Reason :- Pteridophytes produce small,
multicellular, non vascular, free living thalloid
gametoptyte in ther life cycle.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
182. Assertion :- Gymnosperms exhibit xerophytic
characters.
Reason :- They have loosely arranged tissues less
developed xylem and more living tissue in their
plant bodies.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
183. Assertion :- Lamprey is Anadromous in nature.
Reason :- After metamorphosis their larvae return
back to the ocean.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
184. Assertion :- In compound leaf incisions of lamina
reach upto the midrib, breaking it into number of
leaflets.
Reason :- Axillary buds are present in axil of
leaflets.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
177. + · | -:- =· n - n ( - + i - | : - + | · ¤ · ¤ - - - | n ¤ | : l - n
( l =l º n i - t | - | t +
+ | · º | :- ¤ | : l - n ( l =l º n i - n ¤ · ~ = + l · - p- + - | + t | -
t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
178. + · | -:- ~ - ª · | ( - + | : - ~ n | l - ¤ | n ¤ Cu
2
Cl
2
+ =| · |
~ l · | œ - + · - ¤ · n | n ~ ¤ - | ¤ · - i t +
+ | · º | :- n | n ~ ¤ - | ¤ Cu
2
O + ¤ - - + + | · º | ¤ | - - t | - |
t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
179. + · | -:- + | n l - ÷ t | : ÷ + | l ª - ¤ | · ~ l · | + n + + =| · |
~ l · | l + ¤ | + · ¤ | + · ¤n ~ ¤ · | l º - + · - ¤ · n l · | n ( - + | t | n
¤ - - | t +
+ | · º | :- =· | i ( l - ÷ t | : ÷ l ª - ¤ | · ~ l · | + n + + =| · |
~ l · | l + ¤ | + · ¤ | + · ¤n ~ ¤ · | l º - + · - ¤ · ¤ | · | l n +
( - + | t | n ¤ - | - t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
180. + · | -:- BeCl
2
=t = ¤ | ¤+ t ¤¤ l + BaCl
2
~ | ¤ l - + t +
+ | · º | :- · | - | ¤- + | ~ | + | · ¤ | º | t | - + + | · º | · | ¤ º | - | n - |
¤ · ¤| - i t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
181. + · | -:- º l · ÷ | + | : º ¸ = a º ÷ , - n ¤ ¤ | ¤ | · | · ª · | | - | ¤ · ¤ | ¤
¤| - t ~ - · ¤ + ¤ n + ¤ =i l n - · | | ª | l n + - | z | - + t i
+ n t +
+ | · º | :- º l · ÷ | + | : º ¸ = ~ ¤ - ¤i ¤ - - + n ¤ | º | ,
¤ t + | l z | + i ¤ , ~ = ¤ t - i ¤ - · | | n + - ¤i ¤ i · | n = + =n | -
¤ · n + | · ¸ l · | · ¤ - | - t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
182. + · | -:- l ¤- - | ª ¤ n n ª· ¸ l · | · i ¤ n - | º | ¤ · l z | - + · -
t +
+ | · º |:- : - + ¤ | · ¤ z | · i · n · i n · | n · ¤ ¤ l ª · | - ≈Ÿ | + ,
+ n l ¤ + l =- ¤| : n n - · | | ¤i l ¤ - ≈Ÿ | + ~ l · | + n | z | n
t | - t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
183. + · | -:- n - ¤ , ( - | ÷ ™ | n = t | - i t +
+ | · º | :- : - + n | ¤ | + | ¤ | - - · º | + ¤ z - | - ¸ ¤ | ¤ = =n : n
n | º ¤| - t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
184. + · | -:- = ¤ + - ¤ Ÿ | i n ¤ º | + n + n l ¤ · | | ¤- n · ¤
l =· | - + t | ¤| - t , ¤| : = ~ - + | ¤ z + | n l ¤ · | | l ¤-
+ · · - t +
+ | · º | :- + - | ª · | + l n + | ¤ ¤ z + | + + - | n ¤ | : ¤| - i
t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
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185. Assertion :– Ribosome of the chloroplast are
smaller than the cytoplasmic ribosome.
Reason :– Ribosome are non membranous
organelles found in prokaryotes as well as
eukaryotes.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
186. Assertion :- Respiration is amphibolic process.
Reason :- Respiration is both aerobic as well as
anaerobic.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
187. Assertion :- Amides have more nitrogen as
compared to amino acids.
Reason :- The hydroxil part of amino acid is
replaced by NH
2

radicle in amides.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
188. Assertion :– The protein encoded by CryIAb is
not effective in control of cotton bollworm.
Reason :– Most Bt toxins are insect group
specific.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
189. Assertion :- Regulation of glucose concentration
is fast & more accurate by the help of insulin &
glucagon.
Reason :- Cellular reaction are faster & more
accurate when activity is determined by actions
of two antagonistic hormone rather than by
absolute level of single hormone.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
190. Assertion :- Endometrium of uterus regenerates
during follicular phase due to increasing level of
estrogen.
Reason :- During follicular phase, the primary
follicles in the ovary grow to become a fully
mature Graafian follicle
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
191. Assertion :- Bile is responsible for the
emulsification of fat.
Reason :- Bile reduces surface tension of large
fat globules and break them into smaller ones.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
192. Assertion :- Dominance is an autonomous feature
of a gene.
Reason :- Dominant gene expresses only in
homogygous condition.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
185. + · | -:– + n | · | - n | ª º + · | : ¤ | =| n + | l z | + | · · ¤ i · | : ¤ | =| n
+ i - n - | n ¤ | º t | - t +
+ | · º | :– · | : ¤ | =| n l ¤ - n i · l t - + | l z | + | ª t ¤| l +
¤ | + l · ¤ | º ¸ = ( ¤ ¤ ¸ + l · ¤ | º ¸ = · | - | n ¤ | ( ¤| - t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
186. + · | - :- z ¤ =- ( + ( + i ¤ | l n + ¤ l + ¤ | t +
+ | · º | :- z ¤ =- ~ | + =i - · | | ~ - | + =i · | - | ¤ + | · + | t | - |
t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
187. + · | - :- ( n | : ÷ ¸ = n ~ n i - | ~ - n + i - n - | n ~ l · | +
- | : º ™ | ¤- ¤ | ¤ i ¤| - i t +
+ | · º | :- ~ n i - | ~ - n + | t | : ÷ ™ | l + =n · | | ª ( n | : ÷ ¸ = n
NH
2

n ¸ n + = l ¤ ª · | | l ¤ - t | ¤| - | t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
188. + · | -:– CryI Ab , | · | ¤ - | ¤ | ª ¤ | ¤ | º i - + | º - ¤ n ¤ n
+ l - ¤ z º | n ¤ · | | ¤ i - t i t | - | +
+ | · º | :– ~ l · | + | z | Bt l ¤ · | + i º | + l n ( ¤| l - l ¤ l z | · º
t | - t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
189. + · | -:- · n ¸ + | ¤ + i = | - : - | + | l - ¤ - z º | : - = l n - ~ | ·
· n ¸ + | ª | - t | n | - + + | · º | - i ¤ ~ | · ª ¤ · º t | - i t +
+ | · º | :- + | l z | + i ¤ l + ¤ | ( º ¤ | · | - i ¤ ~ | · ª ¤ · º - ¤ t | - i
t ¤¤ : - t ( + t | n | - ª - · + i - n - | n · | l ¤ · | · | i t | n | -
+ i l + ¤ | ~ | , | · | l - ¤ l n - l + ¤ | ¤| - | t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
190. + · | -:- ª · | | z | ¤ + i ( º ÷ | n l º ™ ¤ n ( ª º ™ | ¤- + i - - - n | z |
+ + | · º | ¤ - ª· ¸ · | l ¤ - t | ¤| - i t +
+ | · º | :- + | l n + n · ~ ¤ ª · | | + · | · | - ~ º ÷ | z | ¤ n ¤ | · | l n +
¤ º + ¤ l z + · ( + ¤ ¸ º | ¤ l · ¤ + ¤ ª l + ¤ - ¤ º + n l ¤ + l =-
t | ¤| - i t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
191. + · | -:- ¤ i - ¤ = | + ¤ | ¤ =i + · º | + l n ( l ¤- n · | ·
t +
+ | · º | :- ¤ i - ¤ · a - - | ¤ + | · | º | + | · ¤ ÷ i ¤ =| ª | n + | + |
¤ | º i ª | l n + | ~ | n - | ÷ · - | t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
192. + · | -:- ¤ · | | l ¤ - | ¤i - + | ª ¤ | ¤ - n - | º | t +
+ | · º | :- ¤ · | | ¤ i ¤i - + ¤ n =n ¤ · n - ¤i ~ ¤ ª · | | n
~ l · | · ¤ + - t | - | t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
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193. Assertion :- Phenotype may be effected in
modified allele.
Reason :- Modified allele may produce normal
enzyme.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
194. Assertion :- Human have four type of Races.
Reason :- All human races have the same
chromosome number and gross morphology.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
195. Assertion :- Mesozoic was the era of dinosaurs
but they suddenly disappeared from the earth.
Reason :- Dinosaurs may have changed into birds
or climatic changes killed them.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
196. Assertion :- Hormones of adrenal medulla
increase alertness, pupilary dilation,
glycogenolysis, lipolysis and proteolysis.
Reason :- Glucocorticoids stimulate
gluconeogenesis, lipolysis, proteolysis and
erythropoiesis.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
197. Assertion :- In a polysaccharide (Glycogen) chain
the right end is called the reducing end the left
end is called non reducing.
Reason :- Glycogen is a linear polymer of
|-glucose
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
198. Assertion :- Los angles smog is a photochemical
that smog requires high temperature.
Reason :- Los angles smog occur's manily due to
sulphure oxide.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
199. Assersion :- Mangrove plants have low osmotic
pressure in their cell sap.
Reason :- Presence of pneumatophores is a special
adaptation of all xerophytes.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
200. Assertion :- Blockage in lymphatic vessel causes
oedema.
Reason :- Lymphatic vessels drain excess of tissue
fluid.
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
193. + · | -:- ª¤ | - l · - ~n i n = n - | º | ¤ | ª¤ ¤ · | | l ¤ - t | =+ - |
t +
+ | · º | :- ª¤ | - l · - ~ n i n =| n| - ¤ ( ¤| : n ¤ - | - | t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
194. + · | -:- n | - ¤ + i - | · ¤ ¤| l - ¤ | t +
+ | · º | :- =· | i n - · ¤ ¤ ¤| l - ¤ | n ª º | =¸ z + i = º ¤ | ,
~ | + | l · + i =n | - t | - i t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
195. + · | -:- n i ¤| ¤| : + ÷ | ¤ - | =| · + | n t | + - ¤ · | | n l + - ¤
~ - | - + ¤ · ¤ i = =n | - - t | ª ( +
+ | · º | :- ÷ | ¤ - | =| · ¤ l - | ¤ | + ª¤ n l ¤ + l =- t | ª ( ¤ |
¤n ¤ | ¤ ¤ l · ¤ - - | - : - t n | · l · ¤ | +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
196. + · | -:- ~ l · | ¤ + + n · ¤ | z | + t | n | - =- + - | , ¤ - l n ¤ | + |
+ n - | , · n | : + | ¤- ~ ¤ · | º - , ¤ =| ~ ¤ · | º - - · | | ¤ | º i -
~ ¤ · | º - + | ¤ · | - t +
+ | · º | :- · n ¸ + | + | l º + | : ÷ ¸ = · n ¸ + | l - ¤ | l ¤- l ==, ¤ =|
~ ¤ · | º - , ¤ | º i - ~ ¤ · | º - - · | | n | n · + - | º | + l - n | º | + |
¤ · | - t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
197. + · | -:- ( + ¤ | n i = + · | : ÷ ¬ º | n | : · n | : + | ¤- | n · | ¤ |
l =· | ~ ¤ - | ¤ + - · | | ¤ | ¤ | l =· | ~ - ~ ¤ - | ¤ + t | - | t +
+ | · º | :- · n | : + | ¤-|- · n ¸ + | ¤ + | · º | i ¤ ¤ t n +
t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
198. + · | -:- n | = ( - ¤l n = ª n | ª ¤ + | z | · | =| ¤ l - + ª n | ª t ,
: =n - - - - | ¤ + i ~ | ¤ z ¤ + - | t | - i t +
+ | · º | :- n | = ( - ¤l n =ª n | ª n º ¤ - ¤| =- + · + ~ | + =| : ÷
+ + | · º | t ~ | · | | +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
199. + · | -:- n ª | ¤ ¤ | · ¤ | + i + | l z | + | ~ | n ¤ · | =· º | · | ¤ l - - -
t | - | t +
+ | · º | :- z ¤ =- n ¸ n : - ¤ ¸ n º | + | · | + | ¤ | ¤ | ¤| - | =· | i
n ª· l · | · ¤ | · ¤ | + | ( + l ¤ z | · | ~ - + ¸ n - t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D
200. + · | -:- n =i + | ¤ | l t - i n ~ ¤ · | · | + + | · º | z | · i · +
=- ¤ l - · | - · | | ª n = ¤- (Oedema) t | ¤| - | t +
+ | · º | :- n =i + | ¤ | l t l - ¤ | ~ l · | + ≈- + · · ¤ + | l - + | =
+ · - i t +
(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D


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