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1. A particle is moving along a straight line. The 1. ,d d .

k ,d ljy js[kh; ekxZ ij xfreku gSA

magnitudes of the velocity at t = 0s, t =10s and t = 0s, t =10s vkS j t = 20s ij bld sosx d seku
t = 20s are 0m/s,10 m/s and 30 m/s
respectively. Its average acceleration over the
Ø e'k%0m/s,10 m/s vkS j 30 m/s gS
A nw
a l js10 ls
d .M
second interval of 10s is then more than its d svUrjky es abld svkSl r Roj.kd keku bld sigys
average acceleration over the first interval of 10s, 10 ls d .M d svUrjky d svkSl r Roj.k d seku ls
by : ----------- vf/kd gS%
(A) 20% (B) 50% (A) 20% (B) 50%
(C) 100% (D) 150% (C) 100% (D) 150%

2. A rectangular wooden block floats on water with 2. ikuh ij rSj jgsy d M+h d s,d vk;rkd kj d qUnsd h
75% of its height under water. The relative 75% Å ¡ p kbZikuh d sHkhrj gh gSA bl y d M+h d s
density of wood is :
vkisf{kr ?kuRo d k eku ----------- gksxk %
(A) 0.25 (B) 0.50
(A) 0.25 (B) 0.50
(C) 0.75 (D) 1.33
(C) 0.75 (D) 1.33
3. A particle has a kinetic energy of 0.1 J. The 3. ,d d .kd hxfrt Å t kZd keku 0.1J gS A bl d .kd s
momentum of the particle is now doubled. The laos
x d keku nqxukfd ;st kusij bld hxfrt Å t kZ
resulting change inthe kinetic energy of the
esagq, ifjorZu d k eku -------------- gksxk %
particle would then be :
(A) 0.1 J (B) 0.2 J
(A) 0.1 J (B) 0.2 J
(C) 0.3 J (D) 0.4 J
(C) 0.3 J (D) 0.4 J
4. A block of mass 0.5 kg rests on a horizontal 4. 0.5 fd xz
k-nzO;eku oky k ,d fufi.M ,d leLrjh;
surface. When a horizontal force of 2.0 N is lrg ij j[kkgqv kgSA bld sÅ ij 2.0 N d klery
applied on it, it acquires an acceleration of cy y xkusij bls3MS–2 d k Roj.k izkIr gksrk gSA
3 ms–2 . The force of friction between the block fufi.M rFkkleLrjh; lrg d schp d s?k"kZ.kcy d k
and the horizontal surface is :
eku ------------ gS%
(A) 0.0 N (B) 0.5 N
(A) 0.0 N (B) 0.5 N
(C) 1.0 N (D) 1.5 N
(C) 1.0 N (D) 1.5 N
5. Ice floats on water because its volume : 5. cQ Zikuh ij rSjrh gS]D;ksafd %
(A) increases when it melts down (A) fi?ky usij bld k vk;ru c<+t krk gS
(B) per unit mass is less than that of water
(B) nz
O;eku dhiz
fr bdkbZijbldkvk;ru ikuhlsde gkrskgS
(C) per unit mass is same as that of water
(D) per unit mass is more than that of water (C) nz O;eku d hiz fr bd kbZij bld kvk;ru ikuhd s
cjkcj gksrkgS
(D) nz O;eku d hiz fr bd kbZij bld kvk;ru ikuhls
vf/kd gksrkgS
6. The path of a ray of light in going from medium 1 6. ek/;e 1 ek/;e 2 esat kusij izd k'kd h,d fd j.ko
to medium 2 is as shown in the diagram. If 1 ekxZfn[kk;sx;svkjs [kd svuql kj gSA nksuksaek/;eks
and 2 denote the refractive indices of the two viorZukad Ø e'k%1 vkSj 2 gSavkSj muesaizd k'k d h
media and v1 and v2 the speed of light in them,
we have :
xfr d kekc Ø e'k%v1 vkS j v2 gS
A ge d g ld rsgSfd
bl fLFkfr esa------------- gksaxs:
Medium 1
ek/;e 1

Medium 2
ek/;e 2

(A) 1 > 2 and v1 > v2

(B) 1 > 2 and v1 < v2 (A) 1 > 2 vkS
j v1 > v2
(C) 1 < 2 and v1 < v2 (B) 1 > 2 vkS
j v1 < v2
(D) 1 < 2 and v1 > v2 (C) 1 < 2 vkS
j v1 < v2
(D) 1 < 2 vkS
j v1 > v2
7. A student is provided a concave mirror a convex 7. ,d Nk=kk d sikl ,d vory niZ.k ,d mÙky niZ.k
mirror, a concave lens and a convex lens. To ,d vory y S al rFkk,d mÙky y Sa l miy C/kgSA mls
get a virtual, erect and diminished image of a ,d oLrqd k,d vkHkklhlh/kkrFkkvfYir izfrfcEc
given object, she can use either a : izkIr d juk gSA bld sfy ;sog ------------d k iz;ksx d j
(A) Concave mirror or a concave lens ld rh gS%
(A) vory niZ .k ;k vory y Sal
(B) Concave mirror or a convex lens
(B) vory niZ .k ;k mÙky y Sal
(C) Convex mirror or a concave lens
(C) mÙky niZ .k ;k voÙky y Sal
(D) Convex mirror or a convex lens
(D) mÙky niZ .k ;k mÙky y Sal

8. The focal lengths of a given convex lens, is 'f' 8. ,d mÙky yS l d h ukHkh; yEckbZ¼Q ks
a d y yS XFk½ 'f'
a
cm. An object is placed first at a distance d1 cm lsUVhehVj gS A ,d oLrqd ksbl yS l lsigysd1 ls
a eh-
from the lens (where 0 < d1 < f) and next at a d hnwjh(0 < d1 < f) ij j[kkt krkgSrFkkckn es ad2 lseh-
distance d2 cm from the lens (where f < d2 < 2f). d h nwjh (f < d2 < 2f) d h nwjh ij [kk t krk gS A nksuks a
The images formed in the two cases are :
fLFkfr;ks
aes acuusokysiz frfcEc Ø e'k%------------gks
xs%
a
(A) (virtual, magnified) and (real, magnified)
(A) (vkHkklh]vkof/kZr) vkSj (okLrfod vkof/kZ r)
respectively.
(B) (okLrfod ]vkof/kZ r) vkSj (vkHkklhvkof/kZr)
(B) (real, magnified) and (virtual, magnified
(C) (vkHkklh]vfYir) vkS j (okLrfod vfYir)
respectively).
(D) (okLrfod ]vfYir) vkS j (vkHkklhvfYir)
(C) (virtual, diminished) and (real, diminished
respectively).
(D) (real, diminished) and (virtual, diminished
respectively).

9. From the choices given below, the combination 9. ,d la;qä lw {en'khZcukusd sfy ;sfuEufyf[kr p;uksa
of two lenses that is best suited for designing esals------------- lokZf/kd mi;qä gksaxs %
a compound microscope is : (A) 200 cm rFkk 20 cm ukfHkd h; y EckbZ¼Q ks dy
(A) two convex lenses of focal lengths 200 cm ySXFk½
and 20 cm respectively. (B) 2 cm rFkk4 cm ukfHkd h; y EckbZ¼Q ks d y y SXFk½
(B) two convex lenses of focal lengths 2 cm oky snksmÙky y Sal
and 4 cm respectively (C) 10 cm ukfHkd h; yEckbZokyk,d mÙky yS l rFkk
a
(C) a convex lens and a concave lens of focal 10 cm ukfHkd h; y EckbZoky k ,d vory y S al
length 10 cm each (D) 2 cm rFkk4 cm ukfHkd h; yEckbZokysnksvory
(D) Two concave lenses of focal lengths 2 cm
ySlA
a
and 4cm respectively

10. An expenenced electrician has to connect a 10. ,d vuq Hkohfo|qr fo'k"skK d ks,d ?kj d s,d d ejses a,d
bulb, a tube-light an a fan in one room of a
given house. He would connect ?
cYc ,d V~ ;cwykbV rFkk,d ia [kkyxkukgS A og %
(A) the bulb and the tube-light in series with (A) cYc rFkkV~ ;w cykbV d ks,d ,d nw l jslsJs.khc)
each other and the fan in parallel with this t kMsd+ j]ia[ksd ksbl la ;äq Js .khd slekukUrj t kMsx+
skA
combination.
(B) the tube-light and the fan in series with each (B) V~ ;wcy kbV rFkk ia[ksd ks,d nwl jslsJs.khc)
other and the bulb in parallel with this t kMsd+ j]cYc d ksbl la ;äq Js .khd slekukUrj t kMsxs+kA
combination. (C) ia [ksrFkk cYc d ks,d ,d nwl jslsJs.khc)
(C) the fan and the bulb in series with each
other and the tube-light in parallel with tis t ksM+d j]V~ ;w
cykbV d ksbl la ;qä Js.khd slekukUrj
combination. t kMsx+
skA
(D) all three the bulb the tube-light and the fan
(D) rhuks aoLrqv ksa
& cYc]V~ ;wcy kbV vkSj ia[ks
& d ks,d
in parallel with one another.
nwl jsd slekUrj t ksM +sxkA
11. The long metal rod used, to protect tall buildings 11. Hkoukas d ksrfM+r d siz
d ks
i lscpkusd sfy;siz ;äq yEch
against lightning has :
(A) sharp points at its upper end and a thick /kkrqNM+d s%
metallic strip, buried deep inside the earth, at (A) Å ijhNks j ij rh[ksfcUnqrFkkfupysNks j ij iF̀oh
is lower end. esaxgjkbZij j[kh /kkrqd h ,d eksVh Iy sV gksrh gSaA
(B) Sharp points at its upper as well as at its
lower ends. (B) Å ijh,oe~fupysnks uks
aNksjks
aij rh[ksfcUnqgks
rsgS Aa
(C) thick metallic strips at its upper as well as (C) Å ijh ,oe~fupy snks uksaNksjksaij /kkrqd h eksVh
at its lower ends.
(D) a thick metallic strip at its upper end and
Iy sVsagksrhgSA
sharp points at its lower end. (D) Å ijhNks j ij /kkrqd h,d eks VhIy sV rFkkfupy s
Nksj ij rh[ksfcUnqgksrsgSA
12. A student writes the following three statements 12. ,d Nk=k usÑ f=ke mixzgksad sfooj.k d sckjsesa
(1) A sun-syncnronous orbit satellite passes
fuEufy f[kr rhu oDrO; fy [ks%
oven a particular location on the earth at (d ) lw;Zd sleØ fed d {kk oky k ,d mixzg iF̀oh
(approximately thesame lical time. fLFkr fd lh fof'k"V LFkku d sÅ ij lsml LFkku d s
(2) The time period of revolution of a geo-
stationary satellite about the earth is the same ¼y xHkx½ fuf'pr LFkkuh; le; ij gh fud y rk gSA
as the time period of rotation of the earh about ([k) iF̀ohd sled {kfLFkj iz rhr gksusoky smixzg d k
its own axis. viuhd {kkes a?kewusd kd ky iF̀ohd sviuh/kq jhd sfxnZ
(3) The farthest point, from the earth, on the
?kweusd sd ky d scjkcj gksrk gSA
orbit of the statements are.
(x) mixz g d hd {kkesaiF̀ohlslclsvf/kd nwjhoky k
(A) (1) and (2) (B) (2) and (3)
fcUnqmiHkw¼isfjt h½ d gy krk gS%
(C) (3) and (1) (D) (1), (2) and (3)
(A) (d ) vkS
j ([k) (B) ([k) vkSj (x)
(C) (x) vkSj (d ) (D) (d ), ([k) vkSj (x)
13. An element has an atomic number of 24 and a 13. fd lhrRo d hijek.kqla[;k24 ,oae nzO;eku la[;k
mass number of 60. The number of neutrons 60 gSaA bl rRo d sijek.kqd sukfHkd esafd rusU;wVªkWu
present in the nucleus of this element is - gSa\
(A) 24 (B) 60 (A) 24 (B) 60
(C) 36 (D) 84 (C) 36 (D) 84
14. Which of these is a mineral of aluminium ? 14. fuEu esalsd kSu lk Al d k [kfut gS\
(A) Bauxite (B) Haematite (A) ckW
DlkbV (B) fges
VkbV
(C) Galena (D) Cinnabar (C) xs
y huk (D) flus
ckj

15. Which process is used for the separation of 15. is

Vkªfsy;e lsfofHkUu inkFkkZsd ksfd l iz
fØ ;k}kjkiF̀kd
different compounds of petrluem ? fd ;k t krk gS\
(A) Fractional distillation(B) Separation (A) iz Hkkt hvklou (B) Nkud j
(C) Distillation (D) Sublimation (C) vklou (D) m/oZikru }kjk

16. Which of these is not a metal ? 16. buesalsd kSu lh /kkrqughagS\

(A) Mercury (B) Sulphur (A) ejd jh;kikjk (B) lYQ j
(C) Copper (D) Silver (B) d kW
ij (C) pk¡
nh

17. Which of these is an unsaturated hydrocarbon? 17. fuEu esalsd kSu vlarÌr gkbMªksd kcZu gS\
(A) CH4 (B) C3H8 (A) CH4 (B) C3H8
(C) C2H6 (D) C4H8 (C) C2H6 (D) C4H8

18. Which metal is stored in kerosene oil ? 18. fuEu esalsfd l /kkrqd ksfeV~
Vhd srsy es aMq
cks
d j j[krs
(A) Sodium (B) Zinc gSa\
(C) Iron (D) Magnesium (A) lks
fM;e (B) ft a
d
(C) yks
gk (D) esXuhf'k;e
19. Which of these used for packing of medicines? 19. nokvkasd hiS
fd xa es
afd l /kkrqd hiRuhd kiz
;kxs gkrskgS\
(A) Fe (B) Al (A) Fe (B) Al
(C) Zi (D) Mg (C) Zi (D) Mg

20. Rain water is - 20. o"kkZd k ikuhgksrk gS

(A) Acidic (B) Neutral (A) vEyh; (B) mnklhu
(C) Basic (D) None of the above (C) {kkjh; (D) mijkD
sr es
alsd kbsZuga
h

21. Which of these is the hardest ? 21. fuEu esalsd kSu d Bksjre gS\
(A) Lead (B) Diamond (A) 'kh'kk (B) ghjk
(C) Gold (D) Iron (C) lksuk (D) yksgk

22. The main component of CNG is - 22. CNG d k eq[; /kkjd gS&
(A) Methane (B) Propane (A) feFks
u (B) iz
ksisu
(C) Butane (D) Pentane (C) C;w
Vsu (D) is
UVs u
23. Which does not liberate hydrogen gas on 23. fuEu esalsd kSu lh/kkrqruqHCl vfHkfØ ;kd jd sH2
reaction with dilute HCl ? xSl ughafud ky rk gS\
(A) Mg (B) Cu (A) Mg (B) Cu
(C) Zn (D) Na (C) Zn (D) Na

24. The chemical formula of marble is - 24. laxejej d k jklk;fud lw=k gS&
(A) Na2CO3 (B) NaOH (A) Na2CO3 (B) NaOH
(C) CaCO3 (D) MgCO3 (C) CaCO3 (D) MgCO3

25. Man is belleved to have originated in : 25. euq"; d h mRifÙk d k LFkku ekuk t krk gSA
(A) Egypt (B) China (A) felz (B) phu
(C) India (D) Africa (C) Hkkjr (D) vÝ hd k
26. Microbes are used in which of the following 26. fuEufyf[kr es alsfd l izfØ ;k@ iz fØ ;kvkases
at hok.kvq ksa
process d k mi;ksx gksrk gS%
(A) Enriching the soil with Nitrogen (A) eǹk esaukbVªkst u d h ek=kk c<+kuk
(B) Wine preparation (B) lq
jkcukuk
(C) Antibiotic synthesis (C) iz
(D) All the above (D) mijksDr lHkhesa
27. Traits are transferred from - parents to off spring 27. ekrk & firk d sy {k.k mud h larfr esafd ld s}kjk
through : vkrsgSaA
(A) Ribosomes (B) Chromosomes
(A) jkbZ
cks
l ks
e (B) xq.klw=k
(C) Microsomes (D) Golgi apparatus
(C) ekbZØ ks
l ks
e (D) xkWy ~t hd k;
28. Periyar Sanctuary is known for protection of : 28. isfj;kj vkJ; fd l i'kqd h j{kk d jrk gSa%
(A) Tiger (B) Chinkara (A) 'ks
(C) Panther (D) Elephant
(C) ranq
s , (D) gkFkh
29. Unripe mangoes ripen faster if kept together with 29. d Ppsvkeksad ksid svkaeksd slkFk j[kuslsog fd l
ripe mangoes because of : d kj.ko'k 'kh?kzifjiDo gkst krsgSa%
(A) Ethylene (B) Auxin
(A) ,fFkyhu (B) vkW fDlu
(C) Gibberellin (D) Cytokinin
(C) ft Ccjhyhu (D) lkbZ Vkds kbZ
uhu
30. Which one of the following is a true fish : 30. buesalsd kSu&lk izk.kh eNy h gh gS%
(A) Sea anemone (B) Sea horse (A) lh,s fueksu (B) nfj;kbZ?kks M+k
(C) Starfish (D) Jellyfish (C) LVkjfQ +'k (D) t fsyfQ + 'k
31. A bacteriophage is : 31. cSDVhfj;ksQ s+t D;k gS%
(A) A virus that kills bacteria (A) ,d okbjl t kscS DVhfj;k d k uk'k d jrk gS
(B) A bacterium that kills viruses (B) ,d cS DVhfj;e t ksokbjl d k uk'k d jrk gSA
(C) A vaccine that kills viruses (C) ,d Vhd k ¼oS Dlhu½t ksokbjl d k uk'k d jrk gS
(D) An antibiotic that kills bacteria
(D) ,d ,UVhckbZ ;ksfVd t kscSDVhfj;kd ksekjrhgSA
32. Which of the following is arranged in correct 32. fuEufy f[kr esa ls d kSu&lk t Sod h; t fVy rk d s
ascending order biological organization : lgh Ø e esafy [kk gqv k gS%
(A) Tissue, organ Cell, Organism
(A) mÙkd ]va x]d ksf'kd k]t ho
(B) Cell, Tissue, Organ, Organism
(B) d ks
f'kd k]mÙkd ]vax]t ho
(C) Organism, Organ, Tissue, Cell
(D) Tissue, Cell, Organism, Organ (C) t ho]va x]mÙkd ]d ksf'kd k
(D) mÙkd ]d ks f'kd k]t ho]vax
33. Which one of the following does not help in 33. fuEufy f[kr esalsfd ld k iz;ksx py useasughagksrk %
locomotion (A) iknkHk (B) d 'kkHk
(A) Pseudopodia (B) Flagella
(C) i{khd kHk¼lhfy;k½ (D) ohykbZ
(C) Cilla (D) Villi

34. Identify the odd one out : 34. fuEufy f[kr esad kSu&lk fHkUu gS%
(A) Neem (B) Amaranthus (A) uhe (B) pkS
y kbZ
(C) Rose (D) Cuscuta (C) xq
y kc (D) d ld wVk¼vejcsy ½
35. Locate the malarial parasite : 35. buesalsd kSu ey sfj;k ijt hoh gS%
(A) Entamoeba (B) Trypanosoma (A) ,UVkehck (B) Vs
ªiuks
l ks
ek
(C) Paramoecium (D) Plasmodium
(C) iS
jkehfl;e (D) Iykt +
eksfM;e
36. The factorization of 36. xq.ku [k.M+gksxs%
(x – 3y – 3z)3 + (2y + 2x – x)3 + (y + z)3 (x – 3y – 3z)3 + (2y + 2x – x)3 + (y + z)3
(A) (x – 3y – 3z)(2y + 2z – x)(y + z) (A) (x – 3y – 3z)(2y + 2z – x)(y + z)
(B) (x – 3y + 3z)(2y – 2z – x)(y – z)
(B) (x – 3y + 3z)(2y – 2z – x)(y – z)
(C) 3(x – 3y – 3z)(2y + 2z – x)(y + z)
(C)3(x – 3y – 3z)(2y + 2z – x)(y + z)
(D) 2(x – 3y + 3z)(2y – 2z – x)(y – z)
(D)2(x – 3y + 3z)(2y – 2z – x)(y – z)
37. If the selling price of 5 articles is same as the 37. ;fn 5 oLrq
v ks
ad kfoØ ; ewY; 6 oLrq
v ks
Y; d s
cost price of 6 articles then the gain percentage
cjkcj gSrksy kHk izfr'kr gksxk:
is :
(A) 1% (B) 5% (A) 1% (B) 5%
(C) 10% (D) 20% (C) 10% (D) 20%

38. If the simple interest on x is y and that on y is 38. ;fn leku nk o leku le; d sfy , x ij lk/kkj.k
z for the same time and same rate, then the
C;kt y gSvkSj y ij z gSrc x, y vkSj z lEcU/k gS:
relation between x, y and z is :
(A) x2 = yz (B) y2 = zx
(A) x2 = yz (B) y2 = zx
(C) z2 = xy (C) xyz = 1 (C) z2 = xy (C) xyz = 1

(a  b ) 2 (b  c ) 2 (a  b ) 2 (b  c ) 2
39. If a + b + c = 0, then + + 39. ;fn a + b + c = 0, rks + +
ab bc ab bc

(c  a ) 2
is equal to (c  a ) 2
ca d k eku
ca
(A) 3 (B) 3abc
(A) 3 (B) 3abc
 1 1 1
(C) 3(a + b = c) (D) 3      1 1 1
a b c (C) 3(a + b = c) (D) 3    
a b c
43 3 43 3
40. If =x+ y , x  z, y  z (where z 40. ;fn =x+ y , x  z, y  z (t gk¡z
74 3 74 3

is the set of integers) then ,d iw.kkZad ksad k leqPp; gS) :

(A) x = – 1, y = 12 (B) x = 1, y = – 12 (A) x = – 1, y = 12 (B) x = 1, y = – 12
(C) x = 1, y = 12 (D) x = – 1, y = – 12 (C) x = 1, y = 12 (D) x = – 1, y = – 12

3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2
41. If x = ,y= then the value of 41. ;fn x = ,y= rc x2 + xy +
3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2
x2 + xy + y2 is : y2 d k eku gksxk:
(A) 5 (B) 99
(A) 5 (B) 99
(C) 98 (D) 100
(C) 98 (D) 100
 1 1 1
42. If 2x = 3y = 6–z, then  x  y  z  is equal to : 1 1 1
  42. ;fn 2x = 3y = 6–z, rks x  y  z  d k eku gksxk:
 
(A) 0 (B) 1
(A) 0 (B) 1
3 1
(C) (D) – 3 1
2 2 (C) (D) –
2 2

43. If (x – 4) is the HCF of (x2 – x – 12) and (x2 – x – 8) 43. ;fn (x2 – x – 12) vkSj(x2 – mx – 8) d k e-l-i-
then the value of m is : (x – 4) gSrks m d k eku gks
xk:
(A) 0 (B) 1
(A) 0 (B) 1
(C) 2 (D) 6
(C) 2 (D) 6

44. The solution the equation | 3x – 10 |  5 is : 44. lehd j.k| 3x – 10 |  5 d k gy gksxk:

5 5 5 5
(A) x  5 or x  (B) x  5 or x  (A) x  5 or x  (B) x  5 or x 
3 3 3 3

5 5 5 5
(C) x  – 5 or x  – (D) x  – 5 or x  – (C) x  – 5 or x  – (D) x  – 5 or x  –
3 3 3 3

45. Which of the following number is divisible by 99 ? 45. fuEufy f[kr la[;kvksaesalsd kSu lh99 lsHkkT; gS?
(A) 3572404 (B) 135792 (A) 3572404 (B) 135792
(C) 913464 (D) 114345 (C) 913464 (D) 114345

46. The largest natural number by which the product 46. og cM+hlscM+hizkd f̀rd la[;kft llsrhu]d ekxr
of three consecutive even natural number is
le iz kd f̀rd la
[;kvks
.kuQ y lnS
o foHkkft r gks
]
always divisible is :
(A) 16 (B) 24 gksxh :
(C) 48 (D) 96 (A) 16 (B) 24
(C) 48 (D) 96
47. A sum of Rs.7000 is divisible among A, B, C in 47. 7000 : i;ks
ad ksA, B rFkkC esabl izd kj ck¡Vkt krk
such a way that shares of A and B are in the gSfd A rFkkB d sfgLls2 : 3 d svuqikr esagSarFkk B
ratio 2 : 3 and those of B and C are in the ratio vkS j C d sfgLls4 : 5 d svuq
ikr es
agSC }kjkizkIr : i;s
4 : 5. The amount recelved by C is : gksaxs:
(A) Rs. 2600 (B) Rs. 2800 (A) 2600 : - (B) 2800
(C) Rs. 3000 (D) Rs. 3900
(C) 3000 : - (D) 3900 : -
48. A discount series of 10%, 20% and 40% is 48. 10%, 20% vkS
j 40% d srqY; cV~Vk gksxkA
equivalent to a single discount of (A) 70% (B) 50%
(A) 70% (B) 50% (C) 56.8% (D) 66.8%
(C) 56.8% (D) 66.8%

49. A train 150 meter long crosses a man walking 49. 150 ehVj yEchxkM+
hfoijhr fn'kkesa6 km/h d hxfr
at a speed of 6 kmph in the opposite direction
py usoky sO;fDr d ks6 lS-esaxqt j t krhgSA xkM+hd h
in 6 seconds. The speed of the train (in kmph)
is :
xfr gksxh:
(A) 66 km/hr (B) 84 km/hr (A) 66 km/hr (B) 84 km/hr
(C) 96 km/hr (D) 106 km/hr (C) 96 km/hr (D) 106 km/hr
50. The length of a side of rhombus is 5 meter and 50. y Ech; leprqHkqZt d h ,d Hkqt k5 lseh gSvkSj ,d
one of its diagonal is of length 8 meter. The
fod .kZd hy EckbZ8 ls
ehgSrksnwl jsfod .kZd hy EckbZ
other diagonal is of length :
(A) 5 cm (B) 8 cm
gksxh:
(C) 7 cm (D) 6 cm (A) 5 cm (B) 8 cm
(C) 7 cm (D) 6 cm
51. If tangents QR, RP, PQ are drawn respectively 51. ;fn QR, RP rFkkPQ ,d oÙ̀kt ksU;w u d k.skh; ABC
at ABC so as to form another PQR, then
'kh"kksZ lsgksd j xqt jrk gSd sfcUnqA, B rFkk C ij
RPQ is equal to :
(A) 180º – BAC
Ø e'k%[khap h xbZLi'kZjs[kk;sagSat ksPQR, curh gS
(B) 180º – 2BAC rksRPQ d k eku gksxk:
(A) 180º – BAC
1
(C) 180º – BAC (B) 180º 2BAC
2
(D) BAC 1
(C) 180º – BAC
2
(D) BAC

52. If three equal circles of radius 3 cm each touch 52. leku f=kT;koky srhu oÙ̀k( f=kT;k3 lseh) ,d nwl js
each other, then the area of the shaded portion d ksNq
rsgS
Aa rhuks
=kd k{ks
=kQ y
is :
gksxk:

Nk;kafd r {ks=k

3 9
(A) (2 – ) cm2 (B) (2 3 – ) cm2 3 9
2 2 (A) (2 – ) cm2 (B) (2 3 – ) cm2
2 2

9 3
(C) (2 3 + ) cm2 (D) (2 + ) cm2 9 3
2 2 (C) (2 3 + ) cm2 (D) (2 + ) cm2
2 2
53. ABC a triangle angled at B and M, N are the 53. f=kHkq
t ABC t ksB ij led ks.kgSHkq
t kAB vkS
j BC d s
points of AB and BC, then 4(AN2 + CM2) is equal e/; fcUnqM vkSj N gSA rc 4(AN + CM ) d k eku
2 2

to :
gksxk:
(A) 4 AC2 (B) 6 AC2
(A) 4 AC2 (B) 6 AC2
5
(C) 5 AC2 (D) AC2 5
4 (C) 5 AC2 (D) AC2
4
54. If one of the interior angles of a regular polygon 54. fd lh leckgqHkqt d s,d vUr% d ks.k d k eku le
9 9
is to be equal to   times of one of the interior
8
"kVHkqt d svUr% d ks.k d seku d k  8  xq.kk gSrks
 
angles of a regular hexagon, then the interior ckgqHkqt d hHkqt kvksad hla[;kgksxh:
sides of the polygon is : (A) 7 (B) 8
(A) 7 (B) 8 (C) 4 (D) 5
(C) 4 (D) 5

55. In the adjoining figure ABCD is a rectangle and 55. fn;sfp=kes aABCD d kvk;r gSrF; {ks=kABE = 15
area of ABE = 15 cm2, If EC = 2BE, area of lseh2, ;fn EC = 2BE, rksvk;r d k{ks=kQ y gksxkA c
the rectangle in cm2 is :
A D
A D

B E C
B E C
(A) 90 cm2 (B) 120 cm2
(A) 90 cm2 (B) 120 cm2 (C) 45 cm2 (D) 60 cm2
(C) 45 cm2 (D) 60 cm2
56. Kalibangan and Lothal are associated with 56. d ky hcaxu o y ksFky d k lEcU/k gS%
(A) Chinese Civilisation (A) phu d h lH;rk ls
(B) Harappan Civilisation
(B) gM+ Ii d hlH;rkls
(C) Egyptian Civilisation
(D) Mesopotamian Civilisation (C) felzd hlH;rkls
(D) esl ks
iks
Vsfe;kd hlH;rkls

57. Kautilyas 'Arthashashtra' deals with 57. d kSfVY; d s^vFkZ'kkL=k d k fo"k; gS%
(A) Polity (B) Economy (A) jkt Ro (B) vFkZ
& O;oLFkk
(C) Society (D) Religion
(C) lekt (D) /keZ
58. The token currency introduced by Muhammad 58. eqgEen fcu rqxy d }kjk py kbZxbZlkad sfrd eqnzk%
bin Tughluq was of (A) d kxt d hFkh
(A) Paper
(B) pkanhd hFkh
(B) Silver
(C) Iron (C) y ks
gsd hFkh
(D) Copper and brass (D) rkacso d kal sd hFkh

59. The 'Renaisaance' laid emphasis on 59. iqut kZxj.kusfuEufy f[kr esalsfd l ij cy fn;k\
(A) Imperialism (A) lkez kT;okn
(B) The importance of reason
(B) rkfd Zd rk d k egÙo
(C) Capitalism
(D) Moral principles (C) iat hokn
w
(D) uS frd fl) ka
r
60. A new sea-route from Europe to India was 60. ;w
jksi lsHkkjr d k,d u;kleq
nzhekxZ<wa
< fud ky kFkk
discovered by : (A) okLd ks& Ms& xkekus
(A) Vasco-da-Gama
(B) d ks
y Ecl us
(B) Columbus
(C) Marco Polo (C) ekd ksZiksy ksus
(D) Napoleon (D) usiksfy ;u us

61. Why did the English promote English education 61. vaxzst ksausHkkjr es
ava xzst hf'k{kkd ksD;ksac<+
kokfn;k\
in india ? (A) iz 'kklfud d kj.kks als
(B) vkfFkZ d d kj.kksals
(B) For economic reasons
(C) For social reasons (C) lkekft d d kj.kks als
(D) For cultural reasons (D) lka LÑ frd d kj.kksals

62. Which was the movement that began after 62. t fy ;kaoky k ckx ujlagkj (1919) d sckn d kSu&lk
Jallianwala Bagh Massacre (1919) ? vkUnksy u izkjaHkgqv k\
(A) Lons 'khvkUnksy u
(B) Quit India Movement
(C) Civil Disobedience Movement (B) Hkkjr NksM+ ksvkUnks
yu
(D) Non–Cooperation Movement (C) lfou; voKkvkUnks yu
(D) vlg;ks x vkUnks yu

63. Azad Hind Fauz was formed by 63. vkt kn fgUn Q kSt d k xBu fd ;k Fkk
(A) Subhas Chandra Bose (A) lqHkk"k pUnzcksl us
(B) Bhagat Singh (B) Hkxr fla g us
(C) Rashbehari Bose and Captain Mohan Singh
(C) jklfcgkjhcks l ,oad Irku eksgu flag us
(D) Lala Lajpat Rai
(D) y ky k y kt ir jk; us
64. Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar played a prominent role 64. Hkhejko vEcsMd j usizeq[kHkwfed kfuHkkbZ
in :
(A) lkfgR; d s{ks=kesa
(A) The field of literature
(B) The field of cinema (B) py fp=k d s{ks=k esa
(C) The field of art (C) d y k d s{ks
=k esa
(D) The framing of Constitution (D) lafo/kku d sxBu esas

65. What are salt water takes formed along the 65. leqnrzV ij cuusokyhyo.kh; >hy d ksD;kd grsgS
a\
coast called ?
(A) Iyk;k (B) cS
d okVj >hy
(A) Playa (B) Backwater lake
(C) Lagoon (D) Oxbox lake (C) y xw
u (D) vkW
Dlcks>hy

66. Whon type of soil is associated with the steppe 66. LVs
i ?kkl d seS
nku es
afd l iz
d kj d hfeV~VhikbZt krh
grasslands ? gS\
(A) chernozems (B) alluvial soil
(A) 'kjuks
te (B) t y ks
<+feV~Vh
(C) black soil (D) loess
(C) d kyhfeV~Vh (D) yks
,l
67. Indias only active volcano is found on 67. Hkkjr d k ,d ek=k lfØ ; Toky keq[kh d gk¡gS\
(A) Kavaratti island (B) Barren island
(A) d kokjÙkh}hi (B) cSju }hi
(C) Nicobar islands (D) Pitli island
(C) fud ks
ckj }hi (D) fiVyh}hi

68. Which or the following ocean currents has a 68. fd l leqnzh/kkjkd siz
Hkko lsrVh; fd ukjsd krki c<+
warning influence on the coast along which it t krk gS\
flows : (A) xYQ LVª he (B) ys
czM ks
j /kkjk
(A) Gulf Stream (B) Labrador Current
(C) gEcks
YV /kkjk (D) vks
;kf'k;k/kkjk
(C) Humboldt Current (D) Oiyushio Current
69. Which one of the following is not a factor 69. fuEufyf[kr es ad kuS&lk,d d kjd rkieku d ksiz
Hkkfor
influencing temperature ? ughad jrk gS\
(A) altitude
(A) Å ¡
p kbZ
(B) longitude
(C) latitude (B) ns
'kkUrj js[kk
(D) distance from the sea (C) v{kka'kjs[kk
(D) leqnzlsnwjh
70. The Tropic of Cancer does not pass through 70. d d ZoÙ̀k js[kk fd l jkT; esalsughaxqt jrh gSa\
(A) Rajasthan (A) jkt LFkku
(B) Chhattisgarn (B) NÙkhlx<+
(C) Orissa (C) mM+ hl
(D) Tripura (D) f=kiqjk

71. A well will always water if 71. fd l d wi esaloZnk ikuh jgsxk \

(A) it is sunk at the bottom of a hill (A) t ksigkM+h d sfupy sHkkx esa[kksnk t k;s
(B) it is sunk into sedimentary rocks (B) t ksvolknh 'kS y esa[kksnk t k;s
(C) it is located in a rainy region (C) t ksvf/kd o"kkZoky s{ks
=k esagks
(D) it is on a spring line (D) t ksHkw
fexr t y lzksr ij fLFkr gks

72. Aluminium is extracted from which mineral ? 72. ,Y;qfefu;e fd l [kfut inkFkZlsizkIr gksrk gS\
(A) bauxite (B) chromium (A) ckW
DlkbV (B) Ø ks
fe;e
(C) cobalt (D) nickel
(C) d kc
skYV (D) fud sy
73. Under shifting cultivation, when land is 73. LFkkukarj.k'khy Ñ f"k i) fr esat c Hkwfe vuqit kÅ gks
exhausted of its fertility, it is : t krh gSa]rc
(A) planted with some other crops (A) vU; Q ly mxkbZt krh gS
(B) treated with fertilizers (B) moZ jd ksad kiz;ksx fd ;kt krk gS
(C) abandoned (C) Hkw
fe d ksNksM +fn;kt krkgS
(D) sold for housing development (D) Hkwfe d ksxg̀ fod kl d sfy , csp fn;k t krk gS

74. Which of the following word was incorporated 74. fuEufy f[kr esalsd kSu&lk'kCn Hkkjrh; lafo/kku d h
in the preamble of Indian Constitution through
izLrkouk esa42 osala'kks/ku d sek/;e lst ksM +k x;k \
42nd amendment ?
(A) Socialist (B) Democratic (A) lekt oknh (B) yks
d rU=kkRed
(C) Sovereign (D) Rrpublic (C) iz
Hkq
Ro lEiUu (D) x.kjkT;

75. Which of the following is not an original sourced 75. fuEufy f[kr esalsd kSu&lk Hkkjr d h fons'k uhfr d k
Indian Foreign Policy ?
ewy vk/kkj ughagS\
(A) Non-Alignment
(B) Panchsheel (A) xq
V fujis{krk (B) ia
p 'khy
(C) Nuclear Proliferation Treaty (C) ijek.kqviz l kj la
f/k (D) fu'kL=khd j.k
(D) Disarmament

76. Which of the following related to the rights 76. 'kks

"k.kd sfo#) vf/kd kj d klEcU/kfuEufyf[kr es als
against exploitation ? fd llsgS\
(A) Right to work
(A) d ke d kvf/kd kj (B) t hou d kvf/kd kj
(B) Right to life
(C) Abolition of untouchability (C) Nq v kNqr d hlekfIr (D) cs
xkj ij izfrca/k
(D) Limitation on Begar
77. In 1994 South Africa became a democratic 77. lu~1994 es anf{k.kvÝ hd kyks d rkfa=kd ns'kcukA yEcs
country. For several years the struggle had le; rd v'os r yksxks
fr erHks n d sf[kykQ la?k"kZ
continued against the discrimination that was
being practised against the non-whites. The
gqv kA bl la?k"kZd sizeq[k usrk d k uke gS
leader of this struggle is known by the name (A) jkt ho xka
/kh (B) t kt Zcq 'k
(A) Rajiv Gandhi (B) George Bush (C) usy lu e.Msy k (D) d ks Q hvUuku
(C) Nelson Mandela (D) Kofe Annan

78. Why do you think that Gram Panchayat is an 78. vki ,sl kD;ksaekursgSafd xzke iap k;rh]iap k;r jkt
active unit of Panchayati Raj Syatem ? O;oLFkk d h ,d lfØ ; bd kbZgS\
(A) Consruction and maintenance of government
(A) ljd kjhbekjrks ad kfuekZ.k ,oans[k&js[k d juk
buildings
(B) Levying and collecting local taxes (B) LFkkuh; d j y xkuk ,oabd V~ Bk d juk
(C) Helps Patwari in measuring the land (C) iVokjh d kst ehu d k uki y s usesaenn d juk
(D) Helps the state govenment in making laws (D) jkT; ljd kj d ksd kuw u ,oauhfr;kacukusesa
and policies lgk;rkns uk
79. Who is responsible to maintain the cleanliness, 79. ft l 'kgj esage jgrsgSaogk¡d h lQ kbZ] lM+d ksad k
road construction, water supply etc, of the city fuekZ
.k]ikuhd kO;oLFkkbR;kfn d hft Ees
nkjhfd ld h
we live in ? gS\
(A) Central Government (A) d s
Unzh; ljd kj
(B) State Government (B) jkT; ljd kj
(C) Municipal Corporation (C) uxj fuxe
(D) District Panchayat (D) ft y kiap k;r

80. What do you mean by "Unity in Diversity" ? 80. ^^fofo/krk esa,d rk lsvki D;k le>rsgSa\
(A) People of different religion are united (A) fofHkUu /keksZd sy ksx ,d gkst krsgSa
(B) People of different region are united (B) fofHkUu izkarksad sy ksx ,d gkst krsgSa
(C) People speaking different languages are
(C) fofHkUu Hkk"kk,¡cksy usoky sy ksx ,d gkst krsgSa
united
(D) All the above (D) Å ij fn, x, lHkh

81. The Indian Constitution prohibits discrimination 81. Hkkjrh; lafo/kku es

at krh;]ja
x&Hks n ¼o.kZ½, fy a
x]t Ue
practised on the grounds of caste, sex race or LFkku d svk/kkj ij gks
usokysHks
nHkko ij jksd yxkrkgS %
place of birth through :
(A) vuqPNsn 14 (B) vuq PNsn 18
(A) Article 14 (B) Article 18
(C) Article 19 (D) Article 15 (C) vuq PNsn 19 (D) vuq PNs n 16

82. In a government along with the rulling party why 82. fd lhHkhljd kj es a'kkld ny d slkFkfoi{khny D;ks
a
do we have opposition party ?
gksrk gS\
(A) To keep a check on the action of the
government in power (A) ljd kj d sd k;ks Zd sfujh{k.k d sfy ,
(B) It is the general practice (B) ;g lkekU; iz fØ ;k gS
(C) To assist the government (C) ljd kj d kslgk;rkiz nku d jusd sfy ,
(D) None of these (D) bues alsd ksbZugha
83. Contribution of agricultur to the national product
83. Hkkjr d sjk"Vªh; mRikn esad f̀"kd k;ksxnku y xHkx gS
of India is nearly :
(A) 20% (B) 50% (A) 20% (B) 50%
(C) 60% (D) 75% (C) 60% (D) 75%
84. Proportion of Indian working population 84. Hkkjrh; d k;Z
'khy t ula
[;kd hÎÑ f"kij fuHkjZrkvuq
ikr
dependent on agriculture is nearly : y xHkx gS%
1 1
(A) (B) 1 1
3 2 (A) (B)
3 2
2 3
(C) (D) 2 3
3 4 (C) (D)
3 4

85. Currency notes of Rs. 2 and above are issued 85. nks#-o vf/kd d sud nh uksVksad k fuxZeu d jrk gS%
by : (A) ls UVªy cSad vkWQ bfUM;k
(A) Central Bank of India
(B) Reserve Bank of India
(C) State Bank of India (C) Hkkjrh; LVs V cSad
(D) Mints (D) Vd lky ]

86. Profit is earned by : 86. y kHk vft Zr d jrk gS

(A) Worker (B) Landlord (A) Jfed (B) Hkw
feifr
(C) Capitalist (D) Entrepreneur (C) iwt hifr
a (D) m|eh

87. A market in which only one firm exists is called: 87. ckt kj ft lesad soy ,d Q eZgksrh gSog d gy krk gS
(A) Duopoly (B) Competitive (A) nq
okf/kd kj (B) Li/kkZ
(C) Monopoly (D) None of these
(C) ,d kf/kd kj (D) bues alsd ksbZugha

88. Which of the following is not a Nobel Laureate? 88. fuEue esalsukscsy iqjLÑ r d kSu ughagS\
(A) Amartya Kumar Sen (A) veR;Zd qekj lsu
(B) C.V. Raman
(B) lh-oh-jeu
(C) Rabindra Nath Tagore
(D) Dr. Manmohan Singh (C) johUnzukFkVSxksj
(D) MkW
-eueksgu flag
89. Capital is : 89. iwat h gksrh gS%
(A) a factor of production
(A) mRiknu d klk/ku
(B) a consumer goods
(C) income of household (B) miHkks DrkoLrq
(D) None of these (C) xg̀LFkd hvk;
(D) bues alsd ksbZugha

90. Budget presented in Parliament by 90. lal n esact V izLrqr d jrsgS%

(A) Prime Minister (A) iz/kku ea=kh
(B) Finance Minister
(B) foÙkea =kh
(C) Home Minister
(D) None of these (C) xg̀ ea =kh
(D) bues alsd ksbZugha