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1. How much heat is required to raise the
temperature of 15 kg of water by 15º C ?
(A) 22.5 kilo calorie (B) 225 Joule
(C) 225 kilo calorie (D) 30 kilo calorie
2. A beaker is completely filled with water at 4ºC.
When it is cooled further to 1ºC, then :
(A) the level of water decreases
(B) the water overflows
(C) the beaker shatters
(D) nothing happens
3. A ray of light falling at an angle passes through
a rectangular galss slab, then the :
(A) incident and emergent rays are parallel to
each other
(B) emergent rays bend away from the normal
(C) refracted rays bend away from the normal
(D) rays split into their constituents and a
spectrum is formed
4. A photographic camera has a convex lens fixed
on one face while the film, acting as screen, is
kept on opposite face. The lens makes an image
of the object to be photographed, which is :
(A) real, inverted and smaller in size
(B) virtual, inverted and smaller in size
(C) virtual, inverted and of the same size
(D) real, erect and of the same size
5. The frequency of ultrasonic waves lies in the
same range as that of radio frequency waves.
However :
(A) the ultrasonic waves are mechanical and
longitudinal in nature
(B) the ultrasonic waves are transverse and
electromagnetic
(C) the ultrasonic waves are longitudinal and
electromangetic in nature
(D) nature of both is similar
6. 40W, 60W, 100W and 500W bulbs working on
220 Volt AC are conected in the electric circuit in
such a way that same current flows through each
bulb. The bulb having maximum resistance is :
(A) 500W
(B) 100W
(C) 60W
(D) 40W
1. 15 l¬^i. ¤i·i ¬ ni¤ - 15º C ¬i (l- ¬º· ¬ l¬¤
l¬n·i +·-i ¬i ¬i(º¤¬ni ri^i `
(A) 22.5 l¬¬i ¬¬iºi (B) 225 ¬¬
(C) 225 l¬¬i ¬¬iºi (D) 30 l¬¬i ¬¬iºi
2. 4ºC ¬ ¤i·i ¬ ¤¬ (i¬º ¤ºi ·iºi r¬i r+ ¤l( ¤i·i
¬i ¬i^ 1ºC n¬ -º·i l¬¤i ¬i¤ ni :
(A) (i¬º - ¤i·i ¬i n¬ ¬- ri ¬i¤^i+
(B) (i¬º ¬ ¤i·i (irº l·¬¬ ¬i¤^i+
(C) (i¬º ¬ -¬· ri ¬i¤^+
(D) ¬¬ ·ri ri^i+
3. ¤¬iºi ¬i ¤¬ l¬ººi ¬i¤ ¬ ¬i¤ni¬iº ¤-- (-¬()
¤º l¬¬i ¬iºi ¬ ¬i¤lnn rin r¤ ^¬ºni r ni :
(A) ¬i¤lnn ¬iº l·^ -i l¬ººi ¤º-¤º ¬-i·nº rini r +
(B) l·^n l¬ººi ¬l·i¬·( (normal) ¬ (º -·ni r+
(C) ¬¤(lnn l¬ººi ¬l·i¬·( ¬ (º -·ni r+
(D) l¬ººi ¬¤· l(l·i·· ·i-¬i - l(·iil¬n ri ¬ini r
¬iº ¤¬ -¤·-- (· ¬ini r+
4. ¤¬ ¤i -i ^ il¤¬ ¬ -º ¬ ¤¬ ¤¬¬ ¤º ·-i¬ ¬ ¬ ¬^i
r ¬i r ¬i º :¬¬ -i¬ ( ¬ºi nº¤ ¬ ¤¬¬ ¤º l¤--
¬^i r ¬i ¤( ¬i ¬i- ¬ºni r + l¬¬ (-n ¬i ¤i -i ¬ ·i
ri ni r ¬ ¬ ¬ ·¬¬i ¬i ¤ lnl(·( (·ni r (r
(A) (i-nl(¬ ·--i ¬iº ¬i¬iº - ¬i-i rini r+
(B) ¬i·ii¬i ·--i ¬iº ¬i¬iº - ¬i-i rini r+
(C) ¬i·ii¬i ·--i ¬iº ·n· ri ¬i¬iº ¬i rini r+
(D) (i-nl(¬ ¬i·ii ¬iº ·n· ri ¬i¬iº ¬i rini r+
5. ºl·¤i nº^i ¬i ¬i(l-i ¬i ¤ºi¬ - ri ¤ºi¬·¤ nº^i
¬i ¬i(l-i rini r+ n·iil¤
(A) ¤ºi¬·¤ nº ^i ¬i ¤ ¬ln ¤il·i¬ ¬i º ¬· ( ·¤ ri ni r +
(B) ¤ºi¬·¤ nº ^i ¬i ¤ ¬ln ¬· ¤ -·i ¬i º l(n n÷¤ ·(¬i¤
rini r+
(C) ¤ºi¬·¤ nº ^i ¬i ¤ ¬ln ¬· ( ·¤ ¬i º l(n n÷¤ ·(¬i¤
rini r+
(D) (i·i ¬-i· ¤¬ln ¬i rini r+
6. 40W, 60W, 100W ¬iº 500W ¬ (-( 220 (i--
(¤.¬i.) ¤º ¬i¤ ¬º ºr r+ l(nn ¤lº¤·i - :· (-(i
¬i :¬ ¤¬iº ¬i·i ^¤i r l¬ ¤iºi (-(i - ¬-i·
·iiºi ¤(ilrn rini r+ l··· - l¬¬ (-( ¬i ¤lnºi·i
¬l·i¬n- ri^i `
(A) 500W
(B) 100W
(C) 60W
(D) 40W
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7. Three resistance of value 1O, 2O and 3O are
connected in parallel. If the effective resistance
of the circuit has to be 1O , the value of the
resistance to be connected in series to this
circuit should be :
(A) O
11
6
(B) O
11
5
(C) O
11
4
(D) O
11
3
8. In a dry electric cell :
(A) chemical energy is converted into light
energy
(B) chemical energy is converted into electrical
energy
(C) chemical energy is converted into thermal
energy
(D) thermal energy is converted into electrical
energy
9. Process of nuclear fission yield nuclear energy.
In this process :
(A) light nuclei fuse to form heavier nuclei
yielding large amount of energy
(B) nucleus of heavy atom splits into lighter
nuclei simultaneously releasing large quantity
of energy
(C) nucleus of light atom splits into lighter nuclei
yielding large amount of energy
(D) hydrogen nuclei combine to form helium
nuclei, releasing large amount of energy
10. A car of mass 1000 kg is supported on piston
of tube B for repairs. It is connected to tube A
which is of 1/5
th
diameter of tube B. Tubes are
full of oil. Force F applied on piston of A to
support the car is :
F
A
B
(A) 200 kg wt (B) 200 newton
(C) 40 kg wt (D) 40 newton
7. 1O, 2O ¬iº 3O ¬ ¤lnºi·i ¬-i·nº >- - ¬i· ¬in
r+ ¤l( :¬ ¬¤i¬· ¬i ¤·ii(i ¤lnºi·i 1O ¬º·i ri
ni ¬ºii >- - ¬i·· ¬ l¬¤ ¬i(º¤¬ ¤lnºi·i ¬i
-i· ri^i :
(A) O
11
6
(B) O
11
5
(C) O
11
4
(D) O
11
3
8. ¤¬ ºi·¬ ¬¬ - ª¤i·nººi rini r :
(A) ºi¬i¤l·¬ +¬i ¬i ¤¬iºi +¬i -+
(B) ºi¬i¤l·¬ +¬i ¬i l(nn +¬i -+
(C) ºi¬i¤l·¬ +¬i ¬i ni¤ +¬i -+
(D) ni¤ +¬i ¬i l(nn +¬i -+
9. ·il·i¬i¤ l(ªi·· ¤>- - ·il·i¬i¤ +¬i ¤i·n rini
r+ ¤¬ ¤>- - :
(A) r-¬ ·il·i¬i ¬i ¬¬¤· ri¬º ·iiºi ·il·i¬ (·n
r ¬iº (·i -iii - +¬i ¤i·n rini r+
(B) ·iiºi ¤º-iºi ¬ ·il·i¬ r-¬ ·il·i¬i - --n r ¬i º
¬i·i ri ¬i·i (·i -iii - +¬i ·-¬l¬n ¬ºn r+
(C) r-¬ ¤º-iºi ¬i ·il·i¬ ¬iº ·ii r-¬ ·il·i¬i -
--ni r ¬iº (·i -iii - +¬i ¤i·n rini r+
(D) ri:·i¬· ¬ ·il·i¬ ¬¤il¬n ri¬º ril¬¤- ¬
·il·i¬ (·n r ¬iº (·i -iii - +¬i ¬i ·-¬¬·
¼n r+
10. l¤i - 1000 l¬^ i. ¬i ¤¬ -i -º ^i· i -º·-n ¬ l¬¤
-¤( B ¬ l¤--· ¤º ºªii ¬ini r+ -¤( B -¤( A
¬ ¬·i r l¬¬¬ ·¤i¬ ¬i -i· B -¤( ¬ ·¤i¬ ¬
1/5 ( ·ii^ ¬ (ºi(º r+ (i·i -¤( n¬ ¬ ·iºi r: r+
-i-º ^i·i ¬i ·ii- ºªi· rn A ¬ l¤--· ¤º ¤¤-
(¬ F ¬i -i· ri^i :
F
A
B
(A) 200 l¬^i. ·iiº (B) 200 ·¤-·
(C) 40 l¬^i. ·iiº (D) 40 ·¤-·
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11. What happens when a bar-magnet is broken
into two pieces ?
(A) The magnetism is destroyed
(B) Each piece becomes a magnet
(C) One piece becomes a north-pole and the
other becomes a south-pole
(D) One piece remains a magnet and the other
becomes an ordinary bar
12. Two atoms A and B are represented by their
mass number and atomic number as -
A
19
9
and B
21
9
Read the following statments :
(a) A and B belong to the same element.
(b) A and B have the same number of protons.
(c) A and B are iso bars.
(d) A and B are isotopes.
(e) A and B have the same number of neutrons.
Which one of the following groups of statements
in correct ?
(A) c, e, d (B) a, b, d
(C) b, c, a (D) e, a b
13. Some salts have the tendency to asborb water
from air and turn into a solution. This property
is known as -
(A) hydration (B) dehydration
(C) solvation (D) deliquesence
14. In the chemical reaction
Fat + ? ÷ Soap + glycerol
Which of the following reactants is missing ?
(A) Oil (B) Water
(C) Alkali (D) Acid
15. Which of the following statements in false ?
(A) Melting and freezing point of a substance
are the same.
(B) Vaporization of liquid takes place only at its
boiling point.
(C) Pure water has no taste.
(D) Water allows sunlight to pass through it.
16. Leather industry causes pollution because it
discharge one or more of following -
(a) Greasy water
(b) sulfide waste
(c) volatile organic compounds
(d) chromium
Choose the correct answer
(A) a only
(B) b and c only
(C) a, b and d only
(D) all of the above
11. ¤l( ¤¬ ¬·÷¤·(¬ ¬i (i -¬·i - ni· l(¤i ¬i¤
ni ·¤i ri^i `
(A) ¤·(¬-( ··- ri ¬ini r
(B) ¤-¤¬ ·¬·i ¤¬ ¤·(¬ ri ¬ini r
(C) ¤¬ -¬·i ¤·(¬ ¬i ·-iºi ·i( ¬iº (¬ºi (l-iºii
·i( ri ¬ini r+
(D) ¤¬ -¬·i ¤·(¬ ºrni r ¬iº (¬ºi -¬·i ¬·
ri ¬ini r
12. (i ¤º-iºi¬i A n·ii B, ¬i ··¬ (·¤-i· ¬ª¤i n·ii
¤º-iºi >-i¬ riºi l··· ¤¬iº (ºii¤i ^¤i r ÷
A
19
9
n·ii B
21
9
l···l¬lªin ¬·i·i ¬i ¤l«¤
(a) A n·ii B ¤¬ ri n-( ¬ ¬·(- r+
(b) A n·ii B - ¤i-i·i ¬i ¬ª¤i ¬-i· r+
(c) A n·ii B ¬-·iilº¬ r+
(d) A n·ii B ¬--·iil·¬ r+
(e) A n·ii B - ·¤-i·i ¬i ¬ª¤i ¬-i· r+
l···l¬lªin - ¬ ¬·i·i ¬i ¬i·¬i ¬-r ¬ri r `
(A) c, e, d (B) a, b, d
(C) b, c, a (D) e, a b
13. ¬¬ ¬(ºii - (i¤ ¬ ¬¬ ¬(ºiil·in ¬º l(¬¤· -
¤lº(lnn ri· ¬i ¤(l-i rini r+ ¤r ^ºi·i- l··· ·i-
¬ ¬i·i ¬ini r `
(A) ¬¬¤i¬· (B) l·¬¬i¬ººi
(C) l(¬i¤¬i¤· (D) ¤-((·
14. ºi¬i¤l·¬ ¬l·il>¤i
(¬i + ? ÷ ¬i(· + l·¬¬ºi¬ - ¬·n ¬l·i¬iº¬ l···
- ¬ ¬i·¬i r `
¬l·i¬iº¬ l··· - ¬ ¬i·¬i r `
(A) n¬ (B) ¬¬
(C) -iiº (D) ¬·¬
15. l···l¬lªin - ¬ ¬i·¬i ¬·i· ¬¬-¤ r `
(A) l¬¬i ¤(i·i ¬ ^¬·i¬ n·ii lr-i¬ ¬-i· rin r +
(B) l¬¬i ( ( ¬i (i·¤· ·¬¬ ·(··i¬ ¤º ri ri ni r +
(C) ºi- ¬¬ -(i(ri· rini r+
(D) ¬¬ - ¬ ¬¤ ¬i ¤¬iºi ¬iº¤iº ri ¬ini r+
16. l···l¬lªin - ¬ ¤¬ ¬·i(i ¬l·i¬ ¬i l(¬l¬n ¬º·
¬ ¬iººi ¤- ·ni^ ¤(·iºi ¤¬ni r ÷
(A) l¤¬·i:¤·n ¬¬
(B) ¬-¤i:· ¬¤lºi·-
(C) (i·¤ºii¬ ¬i(l·¬ ¤il^¬
(D) >il-¤-
¬ri ·-iº ¬i ¤¤· ¬il¬¤+
(A) ¬(¬ A
(B) ¬(¬ B n·ii C
(C) ¬(¬ A, B n·ii
(D) ·¤¤·n ¬·ii
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17. When a compound A is heated, a gas B is
evol ved whi ch turns li me water mi lky.
Compound A is used in the manufacture of glass.
Gas B has a property of extinguishing fire and
it does not support animal life. The compound
A and B are respectively
(A) NaHCO
3
and CO
(B) CaCO
3
and CO
(C) Na
2
CO
3
and CO
2
(D) NaHCO
3
and CO
2
18. Now a days many to the automobiles ae using
CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) to minimize
pollution. The CNG is mainly.
(A) methane (B) butane
(C) nitrogen (D) hydrogen
19. When magma cools below the surface of the
earth, the granite is formed which is used in
buildings. It mainly consists of -
(A) quartz and haematite
(B) quartz and felspar
(C) bauxite and calcamine
(D) felspar and silver glance
20. Mineral s general l y have the f ol l owi ng
characteristics
(A) They occur naturally
(B) They have characteri sti c chemical
composition
(C) They do not have specific chemical
properties.
(D) They do not have a specific chemical
composition
Which of the following statements are correct?
(A) A and B (B) A and C
(C) C and D (D) A and D
21. Read the following statements -
A. All the soaps and detergents contain two
characteristic groups, water -soluble and oil
soluble.
B. Detergents are not completely biodegradable
and hence cause water pollution.
C. Soaps are not completely biodegradable and
they cause water pollution.
(D) Synthetic detergents can be conveniently
used even with hard water.
Select the correct alternative.
(A) B, C and D are true, A is false
(B) A, C and D are true, B is false
(C) A, B and D are true, C is false
(D) A, B and C are true, D is false
17. ¤il^¬ A ¬i ^º- ¬º· ¤º ¤¬ ^ ¬ B l··¬il¬n rini
r ¬i ¤· ¬ ¤i·i ¬i (l·i¤i ¬º (ni r+ ¤il^¬ ¬º
(ni r+ ¤il^¬ A ¬i ¬i¤ ¬ l·-iºi - ¤¤·n l¬¤i
¬ini r+ ^¬ B - ¬l··ºii-¬ ^ºi·i- rini r ¬iº ¤r
¬·n ¬i ¬ ¬i(· ¬i ¬·iººi ·ri ¬ºni+ ¤il^¬ A n·ii
B >-ºi l···l¬lªin r
(A) NaHCO
3
¬iº CO
(B) CaCO
3
¬iº CO
(C) Na
2
CO
3
¬i º CO
2
(D) NaHCO
3
¬i º CO
2
18. ¤ (·iºi ¬i ¬- ¬º· ¬ l¬¤ ¬i¬¬¬ -(¤il¬n (ir·i
- CNG (¬¤il·n ¤i¬n ^¬) ¬i ¤¤i^ l¬¤i ¬i ºri
r+ CNG -ª¤n r ÷
(A) -·i· (B) ·¤-·
(C) ·i:-i¬· (D) ri:·i¬·
19. ¬( ·in¬ ¬ ·i¤ -··i -º·i rini r ni ^·i:- (·ni
r l¬¬ ·i(·i - ¤¤·n l¬¤i ¬ini r+
:¬¬ -ª¤ ·i-¬ l··· rin r ÷
(A) ·(i-¬ n·ii r-i:-i:-
(B) ·(i-- n·ii ¤-¬¤iº
(C) (i·¬i:- n·ii ¬¬i-i:·
(D) ¤-¬¤iº n·ii l¬-(º ·¬i·¬
20. ªil·¬i ¬ ¬l·i¬-iºi ¬i-i·¤n l···l¬lªin r ÷
(A) ¤ ¤¬ln - ¤i¤ ¬in r +
(B) :·¬i ¤¬ ¬l·i¬il-iºi¬ ºi¬i¤l·¬ ¬ ·i-· ri ni r +
(C) :·¬ l(lºi·- ºi¬i¤l·¬ ^ºi·i- ·ri rin r+
(D) :·¬i l(lºi·- ºi¬i¤l·¬ ¬·i-· ·ri rini r+
l···l¬lªin - ¬ ¬i·¬ ¬·i· ¬ri r `
(A) A n·ii B
(B) A n·ii C
(C) C n·ii D
(D) A n·ii D
21. l···l¬lªin ¬·i·i ¬i ¤l«¤+
A. ¬--n ¬i(·i ¬iº ¬¤-i¬¬i - (i ¬l·i¬-ilºi¬
¬¬ l(¬¤ n·ii n¬ l(¬¤ ¬-r rin r+
B. ¬¤-i¬¬ ¬·¤ºi ª¤ ¬ ¬ ( l···i¬ººii¤ ·ri rin
r ¬iº :¬l¬¤ ¬¬ ÷ ¤(·iºi ¤¬in r+
C. ¬i(· ¬·¤ºi ª¤ ¬ ¬( l···i¬ººii¤ ·ri rin r
¬iº :¬l¬¤ ¬¬ ¤(·iºi ¤¬in r+
D. ¬ lº¬·- ¬¤-i¬ ¬i ¬i ¬-i º ¬¬ - ·ii
¬l(·ii¤(¬ ¬·¤¤·n l¬¤i ¬i ¬¬ni r+
¬ri l(¬-¤ ¬i ¤¤· ¬il¬¤+
(A) B, C n·ii D ¬ri r A ¬¬-¤ r
(B) A, C n·ii D ¬ri r B ¬¬-¤ r
(C) A, B n·ii D ¬ri r C ¬¬-¤ r
(D) A, B n·ii C ¬ri r D ¬¬-¤ r
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22. The monomer of PVC is -
(A) Ethylene
(B) Tetrafluroro ethylene
(C) Chloroethane
(D) None of the above
23. Match the items of column A and column B
Column A Column B
a) Platelets (1) attach bone with
muscle
b) Neuron (2) locomotion
c) Tendon (3) blood coagulation
d) Striated muscle (4) respond to stimuli
Which of the following is correct ?
(A) (a-2), (b-3), (c-4), (d-l)
(B) (a-3), (b-4), (c-I), (d-2)
(C) (a-4), (b-I), (c-2), (d-3)
(D) (a-I), (b-2), (c--3), (d-4)
24. Respiration is a process where glucose
molecules are oxidized to release energy.
Mitochondria are cellular organelles which carry
out aerobic respiration. Which one of the
following sentence is incorrect ?
(A) Green plant cells respire during day time
even when they are actively undergoing
photosynthesis.
(B) Bacteria can not carry out aerobic respiration
as they are prokaryoti c cell s and lack
mitochondria.
(C) Cells of dormant seeds respire.
(D) Plant cells respire even when stomata are
closed.
25. Read the following passage :
When tissue culture raised pine plants were
planted in a nursery they did not survive. But
when a small amount of soil from the hills where
pine plants grow was mixed with the nursery
soil, the plantlets survived.Later investigations
showed that the hill soil contained specific fungi
which are required for growth of pine plants:
Which of the following statements regarding soiI
micro-organisms is NOT correct ?
(A) They provide certain proteins and polysac-
charides required for growth of plants.
(B) Roots of most of the plants are closely as-
sociated with fungi.
(C) They maintain certain mineral elements in
soluble form in the soil for easy absorption by
roots.
(D) They absorb and transfer minerals from soiI
to roots of plants.
22. PVC ¬i ¤¬¬¬ l···l¬lªin r ÷
(A) ¤l·i¬i·
(B) --i¤¬¬iºi¤l·i¬i·
(C) ·¬iºi¤·i·
(D) ·¤¤·n - ¬ ¬i: ·ri
23. ¬i¬- A ¬ ¬i:-·¬ ¬i ¬i¬- B ¬ ¬i·i ¬-¬ ¬º+
dkWye A dkWye B
a) ·¬-¬-¬ (1) ¬l-·i ¬i ¤ ºii ¬ ¬·(··i ¬ºn r
b) ·¤ºi· (2) ^-·
c) ¬·ºi (3) º- -¬(·
d) ºlªin ¤ºii (4) ·ªi¤¬ ¬i ¬·l>¤i
l··· l(¬-¤i - ¬i·¬i ¬ri r `
(A) (a-2),(b-3).(c-4),(d-l)
(B) (a-3),(b-4),(c-I),(d-2)
(C) (a-4),(b-I),(.c-2),(d-3)
(D) (a-I),(b-2),(c--3),(d-4)
24. º(¬· ¤ >- ¬ (i ºi· ·¬ ¬i ¬ ¬ ¬ºi ¬i ¬i +¬i -i ¤·
¬ l¬¤ ¬i·¬i¬ººi rini r+ -i:-i¬il··¤i ¬ilºi¬i
·¤i^ r ¬i (i¤ º(¬· ¬ ¤>- ¬i ¤ºi ¬ºn r+
l··· (i·¤i - ¬i·¬i ^¬n r `
(A) rº ¤i(¤i ¬i ¬ilºi¬i¤ l(· - º(i¬ ¬ni r ¤ri
n¬ ¬i ( ¬l>¤ ¤¬iºi ¬º¬·iºi ¬ºni r+
(B) (·-ilº¤i (i¤ º(¬· ¬i l>¤i ·ri ¬º ¬¬n r
·¤il¬ ( ¤i¬lº¤il-¬ ¬ilºi¬i¤ rini r ¬iº (
-i:-i¬il··¤i ¬ (l¤n rini r+
(C) ¤¬·n (i¬i ¬i ¬ilºi¬i¤ º(i¬ ¬ni r+
(D) º··ii ¬ (·( ºr· ¤º ·ii ¤i(¤ ¬ilºi¬i¤ º(i¬
¬ni ºrni r+
25. l··· ¬ªiiºi ¬i ¤l«¤
¬( +n¬ ¬(l·in ¤i· ¬ ¤i·i ·¬ºi - ¬^i¤ ^¤
ni ( ¬il(n ·ri ºr+ ¬l¬· ¬( ·¬ºi ¬i l---i -
¤ri·i ¬i ¬ri ¤i· ¬ ¤· ·^n r ·ii·i ¬i l---i
l-¬i: ^: ni ¤i ·i ¬il(n ºr + (i( - ªii¬(i· ¬ nin
r ¬i l¬ ¤ri·i l---i - ¤ ¬ ¬(¬ (¤·¬i: ) ri n r ¬i
¤i· ¬ ¤i·i ¬i (l- ¬ l¬¤ ¬ªºi r+ l··· - ¬
¬i·¬i ¬·i· l---i ¬ ¬(·i - ¬ri ·ri r+
(A) ( ¤i ·ii ¬i ( l- ¬ l¬¤ ¬i(º¤¬ ¬ ¬ ¤ i-i·¬ ¬i º
(rºi¬ºi:· ·¤¬··i ¬ºin r+
(B) ¬l·i¬i ºi ¤i ·ii ¬i ¬· ¬(¬ ¬ ¬·(l··in ri ni r +
(C) - (i - l(¬¤ºii¬ ªil·¬ n-( rin r ¬i ¬· riºi
¬º¬ni ¬ ¬(ºiil·in rin r+
(D) ( l---i ¬ ªil·¬i ¬i ¬(ºii·iºi ¬º¬ ··r
¤i·i (¤i(¤i) ¬i ¬·i ¬i r-ni·nlºn ¬ºn r+
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26. Examine the following statements.
(A) Iron, necessary for the human body, is
abundantly found in green vegetables.
(B) Zinc is one of the essential trace elements
required for human body.
(C) Fats and minerals are not the essential
nutrients for a balanced diet of humans.
(D) The foods that generate energy in the body
after complete oxidation are in the form of car-
bohydrates, fats and proteins.
Which one of the following alternatives is wrong?
(A) A (B) B
(C) C (D) D
27. Sleeping sickness is caused by a protozoan
Trypanosoma. This protozoan is present in the
salivary gland of a blood sucking insect.
The name of that insect is :
(A) Culex mosquito
(B) Anopheles mosquito
(C) Fruit fly
(D) Tsetse fly
28. Soil erosion due to running water can be checked
by :
(A) animal grazing
(B) afforestation
(C) building reservoirs
(D) cultivation on steep slopes
29. Examine the statements given below:
(A) The activity of fungi is absolutely essential
for the recycling of inorganic resources in the
biosphere.
(B) The spore is a typical reproductive unit of a
fungus.
(C) The greenish growth on bread is due to fungi.
(D) All fungi have a cell wall composed of
cellulose, a nitrogen containing polysaccharide.
Which one is the correct alternative ?
(A) B, C and D are true, A is false :
(B) A, C and D are true, B is false
(C) A, B & D are true, C is false
(D) A,B & C are true, D is false
30. Which of the following statements is wrong ?
(A) Quinine. a malarial drug is obtained from
the plant cinchona.
(B) Pulses are rich sources of starch and min-
erals.
(C) Sunflower is a good source of vegetable oil.
(D) Green vegetables are good sources of vita-
mins and minerals.
26. l··· ¬·i·i ¬i ¤ºlªi¤
(A) -i·( ºiºiº ¬ l¬¤ ¬i(º¤¬ ¬iri rº ¤i(¤i -
¤¤ºni ¬ l-¬ni r+
(B) l¬·¬ -i·( ºiºiº ¬ l¬¤ ¬l·(i¤ ¬ ºi n-(i - ¬ ¤¬ r +
(C) -··¤ ¬ ¬·nl¬n ·ii¬· ¬ l¬¤ (¬i ¬iº ªil·¬
¬l·(i¤ ¤i·i¬ ·ri r+
(D) ¬i ªiin÷¤(i·i ¤ºi ¬i·¬i¬ººi ¬ (i( +¬i
·-¤il(n ¬ºn r ( ¬i(i ri:· - ¬ (¬i ( ¤ i -i·¬ ¬ ª¤
- l-¬n r+
l··· l(¬-¤i - ¬i·¬i ¤¬ ^¬n r `
(A) A (B) B
(C) C (D) D
27. l·(i¬ ·¤il·i l-¤·i¬i-i ·i-¬ ¤i-i¬i¬· ¬ ¬iººi
ri ni r + ¤r ¤ i -i ¬i ¬· ¤¬ º·n¤ ·i¬ ¬i- ¬i ¬ l¬(ºi
(¬iº) ^l··i¤i - ¤i¤i ¬ini r+ ·¬ ¬i- ¬i ·i- r
·¬ ¬i- ¬i ·i- r
(A) ·¤¬·¬ -·¬º (B) ¤·il¤¬i¬ -·¬º
(C) ¤¬ -·ªii (D) ¬i¬i -·ªii
28. (rn ¤i·i ¬ ¬iººi ri· (i¬ -(i ¬¤º(· ¬i ºi¬i
¬i ¬¬ni r+
(A) ¬i·(ºi ¬ ¤ºi^iri ¬ (B) (·i¬ººi ¬
(C) (i·i l·-iºi ¬ (D) ¬i·i «i¬i ¤º ªi ni ¬
29. ·i¤ l(¤ r¤ ¬·i·i ¬i ¤ºlªi¤
(A) ¬( -·¬ - ¬¬i(l·¬ ¬¬i·i·i ¬ ¤·¤>ºi ¬
l¬¤ ¤·¬i: ¬i ^lnl(l·i l·ni·n ¬l·(i¤ r+
(B) (i¬iºi ¬(¬ ¬i ¤¬ ¤iªl¤¬ ¬··i¤ :¬i: r+
(C) (· ¤º rlº(i·i (·i· ¤¬i: ¬ ¬iººi rini r+
(D) ¬·ii ¬(¬i ¬i ¬ilºi¬i l·il-i ¬-¤¬i¬ ¬i (·i
rini r l¬¬¬ (rºi¬ºi:· - ·i:-i¬· rini r+
l··· l(¬-¤i - ¬ ¬i·¬i ¤¬ ¬ri r+
(A) B, C n·ii D ¬ri r A ^¬n r+
(B) A, C n·ii D ¬ri r B ^¬n r
(C) A, B n·ii D ¬ri r C ^¬n r
(D) A, B n·ii C ¬ri r D ^¬n r
30. l··· ¬·i·i - ¬i·¬i ^¬n r `
(A) -¬lº¤i ¬i ¤¬ ¬i·il·i ¬·· l¬·¬i·i ·i- ¬
¤i(¤ ¬ ¤i·n ¬i ¬ini r+
(B) (i¬ --i¤ (-i ·) ( ªil·¬ ¬(ºii ¬i ·iº¤ º -ii n r +
(C) ¬¤-ªii ¤¬ (·-¤ln n¬ ¬i ¬·¬i -iin r+
(D) rºi ¬l·¬¤i l(-il-·¬ ¬i º ªil·¬ ¬(ºii ¬i ¬·¬i -ii n r +
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31. Examine the following statements :
(A) The silk moth produces silk when it is in
the larval stage.
(B) Fish liver oil is a rich source of Vitamin A.
(C) Earthworms aerate the soil and enrich it.
(D) Pashmina shawls are prepared from the hair
of a particular variety of Iridian goat.
Which one of the following alternatives IS
corrcct'?
(A) AB and C are true but D is false
(B) OnIy A and B are true but C and D are false
(C) Only A and B arc true but C are false
(D) A, B, C and D are true
32. Which one of the following represents an ex-
ample of organic evolution ?
(A) Progressive attainment of immunity against
infectious disease by means of vaccinations.
(B) Progressive changes in water breathing tad-
pole leading to air breathing frog.
(C) Progressive attainment of erect posture in
human ancestors.
(D) Development of unfertile of insects.
33. Which of thc following forms the basis of the
concept of organic evolution proposed by
Lamarck ?
(A) Enormous fertility and heredity
(B) Struggle for existence and use and disuse
of organs
(C) Variation, heredity and natural selection
(D) Use and disuse of organs and inheritance
or acquired characters
34. Biogas is a mixture of
(A) Methane and Carbon dioxide
(B) Methane and Hydrogen
(C) Propane and Benzene
(D) Nitrogen and Hydrogen
35. Examine the following statements.
(A) Conservation of wild life is to maintain
essential ecology processes and life supporting
systems.
(B) There is no direct relationship between the
preservation of wild life and human progress.
(C) The Wild Life (Protection) Act prohibits trade
in idle and endangered species.
(D) Afforestation is a threat to our economy,
quality of life and environment.
Which one of the following alternatives in true?
(A) A and B (B) A and D
(C) C and D (D) A and C
31. l··· ¬·i·i ¬i ¬il¤¤
(A) ººi- ¬i- ¬¤·i ¬iº(i(-·ii - ººi- ·-¤il(n
¼ni r+
(B) -¬¬i ¬ ¤¬n ¬i n ¬ l(-il-· 'A' ¬i ¬·¬i -ii n r +
(C) ¬¤¤ -(i (l---i) ¬i (ilnn ¬ºn r ¤( ·¬
·(º (·in r
(D) ¤º-i·i ºii¬ ¤¬ ªii¬ l¬-- ¬i ·iiºni¤ (¬ºi
((¬ºi ÷(¬ºi) ¬ (i¬i ¬ n¤iº l¬¤ ¬in r+
l··· l(¬-¤i - ¬i·¬i ¤¬ ¬ri r
(A) A,B n·ii C ¬ri r ¬l¬· D ^¬n r+
(B) ¬(¬ A n·ii B ¬ri r ¬l¬· C n·ii D ^¬n r+
(C) ¬(¬ A ¬iº B ¬ri r ¬l¬· C ^¬n r
(D) A, B, C ¬ iº D ¬·ii ¬ri r
32. l··· - ¬ l¬¬ ¤¬ ¬i ¬ (l(¬i¬ ¬i ·(irººi ¬-ni
¬ini r `
(A) -i¬i ¬ riºi ¬ >i-¬ ºi ^i ¬ ¤ ln ·-iºi -iº ºi ·i-i-ni
¬i ¤ il·n+
(B) ¬¬º(i¬i -·¤i¬ - ri· (i¬ ·-iºi-iº ¤lº(n·
l¬·¬ (r (i¤º(i¬i -«¬ (· ¬ini r+
(C) -i·( ¤( ¬i - ·-iºi-iº ··( ¬ l-·iln (¬i·ii ªi·i
ºr· ¬i -i-ni ) ¬i ¤il·n+
(D) ¬i-i - ¬¬··-i- ((·¤) l¬--i ¬i ¤lº(·i·+
33. l··· - ¬ ¬i-i¬ ¬ riºi ¤ln¤il(n ¬( l(¬i¬ ¬i
¬(·iiººii ¬i ¬i·iiº ¬i·¬i r `
(A) ¤¤º ¬··-i-ni ¤( ¬i·(lºi¬ni
(B) ¬l-n-( ¬ l¬¤ ¬·i·i ¤( ¬^i ¬i ·¤¤i^ (
¬·¤¤i^
(C) l(l·i··ni¤ ¬i·(lºi¬ni ¤( ¤¬ln¬ (ººi+
(D) ¬^i ¬i ·¤¤i^ ¬iº ¬·¤¤i^ n·ii ·¤il¬n
¬-iºii ¬i (ºii^ln
34. (i¤i^¬ l¬¬¬i ¤¬ l-¬ºi r `
(A) -·i· ¬iº ¬i(·÷·i:¬i·¬i:·
(B) -·i· ¬iº ri:·i¬·
(C) ¤i¤· ¬iº (·¬i·
(D) ·i:-i¬· ¬iº ri:·i¬·
35. ·i¤ l(¤ r¤ ¬·i·i ¬i ¬il¤¤+
(A) (·¤ ¬i(i ¬ ¬º-iºi ¬ ¬-¤i(º¤¬ ¤ilºl-·iln¬
¤>- ¤( ¬i(··iiº ni (· ºrn r+
(B) (·¤¬i(i ¬ ¤lºº-iºi ¤( -i·( ¤^ln ¬ (i¤ ¬i:
¬i·ii ¬(·i ·ri r+
(C) (·¤¬i( ¬ º-iºi ¬i· · ¬ ¬-i¤·· ¬iln¤i ¬ ·¤i¤iº
¤º ºi¬ ¬^ini r+
(D) (·i¬ººi r-iºi ¬·i·¤(-·ii ¬i(· ¬i ^ºi(-ii ¤(
¤¤i(ººi ¬ l¬¤ ¤¬ ªinºi r `
l··· l(¬-¤i - ¬i·¬i ¤¬ ¬ri r `
(A) A n·ii B (B) A n·ii D
(C) C n·ii D (D) A n·ii C
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36. Which of the following is equal to 1 ?
(A)
1 . 0 ) 1 . 1 (
) 11 . 0 (
2
2
×
(B)
1 . 0 ) 11 (
) 1 . 1 (
2
2
×
(C)
2 2
2
) 01 . 0 ( ) 1 . 1 (
) 011 . 0 (
×
(D)
01 . 0 11
) 11 . 0 (
2
2
×
37. If a and b are natural numbers such that
b
1
a
1
|
.
|

\
|
=
3 . 0
, then the value of ab is :
(A) 81 (B) 24
(C) 192 (D) 375
38. If the sum of the digits of a number (10
n
– 1) is
4707, when n is a natural number, then the value
of n is :
(A) 477 (B) 523
(C) 532 (D) 704
39. The last digit in the decimal representation of
2000
5
1
|
.
|

\
|
is :
(A) 2 (B) 4
(C) 5 (D) 6
40. A number lying between 10 and 100 is seven
times the sum of its digits. If 9 is subtracted
from it, the digits of the number are reversed.
Then the number is :
(A) 63 (B) 54
(C) 21 (D) 42
41. Unit’s digit in the product (2137)
753
is
(A) 1 (B) 3
(C) 7 (D) 9
42. One-third of a certain sum is invested at 3% per
annum; one sixth of the sum is invested at 6%
per annum and the remaining sum at 8% per
annum. If the annual simple interest from all these
investments is Rs.600, the original sum is :
(A) Rs.6000 (B) Rs.6666
(C) Rs.7500 (D) Rs.10000
43. If the compound interest on a certain sum of
money for 2 years at 4% per annum is Rs.102,
then the simple interest on the same sum of
money at the same rate and for the same period
is 6:
(A) Rs.99 (B) Rs.100
(C) Rs.101 (D) Rs.102
36. l··· - ¬ l¬¬¬i -i· 1 ¬ (ºi(º r ?
(A)
1 . 0 ) 1 . 1 (
) 11 . 0 (
2
2
×
(B)
1 . 0 ) 11 (
) 1 . 1 (
2
2
×
(C)
2 2
2
) 01 . 0 ( ) 1 . 1 (
) 011 . 0 (
×
(D)
01 . 0 11
) 11 . 0 (
2
2
×
37. ¤l( a n·ii b ¤¬i ¤i¬n ¬ª¤i¤ r l¬
b
1
a
1
|
.
|

\
|
=
3 . 0
,
ni ab ¬i -i· r
(A) 81 (B) 24
(C) 192 (D) 375
38. ¤l( ¬ª¤i (10
n
– 1) ¬ ¬¬i ¬i ¤i^ 4707 r ¬(l¬
n ¤¬ ¤i¬n ¬ª¤i r ni n ¬i -i· ri^i
(A) 477 (B) 523
(C) 532 (D) 704
39. ¬ª¤i
2000
5
1
|
.
|

\
|
¬i (ºi-¬( ¬ ª¤ - l¬ªi· ¤º
¬ilªiºi ¬¬ ri^i
(A) 2 (B) 4
(C) 5 (D) 6
40. ¤¬ ¬ª¤i 10 n·ii 100 ¬ (i¤ - r ¬i º ¬i ¬¤· ¬ ¬i
¬ ¤i^ ¬i ¬in ^·i r+ ¤l( ¬ª¤i - ¬ 9 ·i-i¤ ni
:¬¬ ¬¬i ¬i >- ·¬- ¬ini r+ n( (r ¬ª¤i r
(A) 63 (B) 54
(C) 21 (D) 42
41. ^ºi·¤¬ (2137)
753
- :¬i: ¬i ¬¬ r
(A) 1 (B) 3
(C) 7 (D) 9
42. l¬¬i ºilºi ¬i ¤¬ lnri: ·ii^ 3% ¤ ln(·i ¤º 1/4 ·ii^
6% ¤ln (·i ¤º n·ii ºi·i ·ii^ 8% ¤ln (·i ¬i (º ¤º
l·(ºi l¬¤i ^¤i+ ¤l( ¤¬ ¬i¬ - ¤i·n ¬¬ ¬¬¬
·¤i¬ 600 ª. ri ni -¬ ºilºi r
(A) 6000 ª. (B) 6666 ª.
(C) 7500 ª. (D) 10000 ª.
43. l¬¬i ºilºi ¤º 2 ¬i¬ ¬i 4% ¤ln (·i ¬i (º ¬ ¤i·n
¤>(l- ·¤i¬ ¤l( 102 ª. ri ni ·¬i ºilºi ¤º ·¬i
(º ¬ ·n· ri ¬-¤ ¤º ¤i·n ¬º¬ ·¤i¬ ri^i
(A) 99 ª. (B) 100 ª.
(C) 101 ª. (D) 102 ª.
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44. Area of a rectangle is A. If its length is reduced
by 10% and its breadth is increased by 10%
then which of the following statements is ture ?
(A) A remains unchanged
(B) A is decreased by 1%
(C) A is decreased by 0.1%
(D) A is increased by 0.1%
45. Let x and y be two numbers such that x = 6y.
Then y is less then x by :
(A) 50% (B) 60%
(C) 75% (D) 83
3
1
%
46. The expression x
2
– y
2
– z
2
+ 2yz + x + y – z
has a factor :
(A) x – y + z + 1 (B) – x + y + z
(C) x + y – z + 1 (D) x – y – z + 1
47. If x + y + z = 0, then a factor of the expression
(x + y)
3
+ (y + z)
3
+ (z + x)
3
is :
(A) 3(x + y)(y + z)(z + x)(B) – 3xyz
(C) (x + y – z) (D) (x – y + z)
48. In the figure, 1 parallel to m and AX and AY are
transversals. Then the value of the angle
(x + y – z) is :
(A) 110º (B) 80º
(C) 40º (D) 30º
49. Two parallel chords AB and CD, of lengths 6
cm and 8 cm respectively, are 1 cm apart . The
radius of the circle is :
(A) 2.5 cm (B) 4.0 cm
(C) 5 cm (D) 5.5 cm
44. l¬¬i ¬i¤n ¬i -ii¤¬ A r+ ¤l( :¬¬i ¬·(i: ¬i
10% ·i-i l(¤i ¬i¤ ¬iº ¤i·i: ¬i 10% («i l(¤i
¬i¤ ni l··· ¬ - ¬i· ¬i ¬·i· ¬-¤ r ?
(A) A ¬¤lº(lnn ºrni r
(B) A 1% ¬ ·i- ¬ini r
(C) A 0.1% ¬ ·i- ¬ini r
(D) A 0.1% ¬ (« ¬ini r
45. -i·i x n·ii y (i ¬ª¤i¬i ¬ l¬¤ x = 6y r ni y, x
¬ ¬- r
(A) 50% (B) 60%
(C) 75% (D) 83
3
1
%
46. ·¤¬¬ x
2
– y
2
– z
2
+ 2yz + x + y – z ¬i ¤¬
^ºi·ªi· r
(A) x – y + z + 1 (B) – x + y + z
(C) x + y – z + 1 (D) x – y – z + 1
47. ¤l( x + y + z = 0, ri ni ·¤¬¬ (x + y)
3
+ (y + z)
3
+ (z + x)
3
¬i ¤¬ ^ºi·ªi· r
(A) 3(x + y)(y + z)(z + x) (B) – 3 xyz
(C) (x + y – z (D) (x – y + z)
48. l··· ¬i¬ln - 1, m ¬ ¬-i·nº r n·ii AX ¬iº AY
ln¤¬ ¬(i ºªii¤ r ni ¬iºi (x + y – z) ¬i -i· r
(A) 110º (B) 80º
(C) 40º (D) 30º
49. (i ¬-i·nº ¬i(i¤ AB n·ii CD l¬·¬i ¬·(i: ¤i >-ºi
6 ¤( 8 ¬-i r ¤¬ (¬º ¬ 1 ¬-i (ºi ¤º ri ni (-i
¬i li¤i ri^i
(A) 2.5 ¬-i (B) 4.0 ¬-i
(C) 5 ¬-i (D) 5.5 ¬-i
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50. If four equal circles of maximum size are drawn
inside a square of side 4a units such that each
circle touches the adjacent two as shown in
the figure, then area of the shaded portion is :
(A) a
2
(1 – t) sq units (B) a
2
(2 – t) sq units
(C) a
2
(3 – t) sq units (D) a
2
(4 – t) sq units
51. A square, a rectangle and right-angled isosce-
les triangle have the same perimeter. Out of
these three, the figure with the greatest area is
(A) Square
(B) Rectangle
(C) Right angled isosceles triangle
(D) Data is insufficient
52. Two spherical balls of 6 cm diameter are melted
and cast into a conical shaped vessel with a
base of 12 cm diameter. The height of the vessel
is :
(A) 1 cm (B) 2 cm
(C) 3.5 cm (D) 6 cm
53. The volume and whole surface area of a cylin-
drical solid of radius ‘r’ units are V and S re-
spectively. If the height of the cylinder is 1 unit,
then
S
V
is equal to
(A)
|
.
|

\
|
+
÷
1 r
1
1
2
1
(B)
|
.
|

\
|
+
+
1 r
1
1
2
1
(C)
|
.
|

\
|
÷
r
1
1
2
1
(D)
|
.
|

\
|
+
r
1
1
2
1
54. If the observations 20, 22, 23, 25, (x + 1),
(x + 3), 36, 38, 39 and 41 have median 30, then
the value of x is :
(A) 28 (B) 29
(C) 30 (D) 32
55. A batsman, by scoring 68 runs in his 20
th
inning improves his average by 2 runs. His
average for all 20 innings is :
(A) 28 (B) 30
(C) 32 (D) 34
50. ·i ¬i 4a :¬i: ¬ ¤¬ (^ ¬·(º ¤iº (-i ¬l·i¬n- ·i¤
¬ :¬ ¤ ¬iº ªii¤ ¬in r l¬ ¤ -¤ ¬ ( -i ¬¤· ¬-i¤ ¬
(i ( -ii ¬i -¤ºi ¬ºni r ¬ ¬i l¬ l··· l¤i - ¤ (lºi n
l¬¤i ^¤i r ni ¬i¤il¬n ·ii^ ¬i -ii¤¬ r
(A) a
2
(1 – t) sq units (B) a
2
(2 – t) sq units
(C) a
2
(3 – t) sq units (D) a
2
(1 – t) sq units
51. ¤l( (ºi(º ¤lº-i¤ ¬ ¤¬ (^ ¤¬ ¬i¤n n·ii ¤¬
¬-¬iºii¤ ¬-l-(ir li·i¬ l(¤ r¤ r ni :· ni·i -
¬(¬ ¬l·i¬ -ii ¬i ¬-lrn ¬º· (i¬i ¬i¬ln r
(A) (^
(B) ¬i¤n
(C) ¬-¬iºii¤ ¬-l-(ir li·i¬
(D) ¬i-^i ¬¤¤i·n r
52. 6 ¬-i ·¤i¬ ¬i (i ^i¬i¬iº ^(i ¬i l¤·i¬i¬º ¤¬
ºi¬ ¬ ¬i¬iº ¬i (n· (·i¤i ^¤i l¬¬¬ ¬i·iiº ¬i
·¤i¬ 12 ¬-i r ni :¬¬i +¤i: ri^i
(A) 1 ¬-i (B) 2 ¬-i
(C) 3.5 ¬-i (D) 6 ¬-i
53. li¤i ‘r’ :¬i: ¬ ¤¬ ( ¬·i¬iº -i¬ ¬i ¬i¤n· n·ii
¬¤ºi ¤·- ¬i -ii¤¬ >-ºi V n·ii S r+ ¤l( (¬·
¬i +¤i: 1 :¬i: r ni
S
V
(ºi(º r
(A)
|
.
|

\
|
+
÷
1 r
1
1
2
1
(B)
|
.
|

\
|
+
+
1 r
1
1
2
1
(C)
|
.
|

\
|
÷
r
1
1
2
1
(D)
|
.
|

\
|
+
r
1
1
2
1
54. ¤l( ¤-iºii 20, 22, 23, 25, (x + 1), (x + 3), 36,
38, 39 n·ii 41 ¬i -il·¤¬i 30 r ni x ¬i -i· r
(A) 28 (B) 29
(C) 30 (D) 32
55. ¤¬ (-¬(i¬ 20 (i 68 º· (·ini r l¬¬¬ ·¬¬i
¬i¬n 2 º· (« ¬ini r+ ·¬¬i ¬--n 20 ¤ilº¤i ¬
º·i ¬i ¬i¬n r
(A) 28 (B) 30
(C) 32 (D) 34
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56. The first thing that primitive man learnt was
(A) to make a wheel
(B) to domesticate animals
(C) to lead a settled life
(D) to make fire
57. 'Vedic Age' is known by this name because
(1) reconstruction of history was based on Vedic
texts only.
(2) settlements of pastoralists have been found
in that period.
(3) people used painted grey pottery.
(4) artifacts, burials and remains of a new
settlement or people have been found.
Which of the following is correct answer?
(A) 2,4 (B) 1, 4
(C) 1, 3 (D) 2, 3
58. Given below are names of some persons and
events/concepts:
a. Buddha I Nirvana
b. Saranath II Eight fold path
c. Mahavira III Fasted himself and
had his death
d. Pava IV Delivered his first
Sermon.
Which of the following is the correct matching
of the above?
(A) a ll : b IV : c I :d III
(B) b I : a III : c IV : d II
(C) c IV : d Il : b I : a III
(D) d Ill : b I : c IV : a II
59. The two dynasties greatly contributed to the
construction of structural temples in south India
Eminent among them are Shore Temple,
Kailashnath Temple and Brihadeswara Temple.
Which are the two dynasties refered to in this
passage ?
(A) Pallavas and Pandyas
(B) Cholas and Pandyas
(C) Cheras and Pallavas
(D) Pallavas and Cholas
60. About which of the following dyanasties shall
we have better knowledge if, we read Patanjali's
Bhasya Megasthenes' Indica and KautiIya's
(Chanakyas) Arthshastra along with some
famllus stone edicts?
(A) Kushanas (B) Mauryans
(C) Guptas (D) Rajputs
56. ¬il(- -··¤ · ¬i ¤r¬i ¤i¬ ¬iªii (r ·ii
(A) ¤lr¤i (·i·i
(B) ¬i·(º ¤i¬·i
(C) -·ii¤i ¬-(il¤¬ ¬i(· ¬i·i
(D) ¬i^ ¬¬i·i
57. (l(¬ ¤^ :¬ ·i- ¬ ¬i·i ¬ini r ·¤il¬
(1) :lnri¬ ¬i ¤ ·º ¤·i ( l(¬ ¬ ii ¤º ri ¬i·iilºn ·ii+
(2) ·¬ ¬(l·i - ¤ºi¤iº¬i ¬i (l-n¤i ¤i: ^: r+
(3) ¬i^ l¤lin ·iº -(÷·iiº· (l---i ¬ (n·) ¬i-
- ¬n ·i+
(4) lºi-¤÷n·¤ º¤ºii· ¬iº ¬i^i ¬i ·: (l-n¤i
¬ ¬(ºi·i ¤i¤ ^¤ r `
l··· - ¬ ¬i·¬i ¬ri ·-iº r `
(A) 2,4 (B) 1, 4
(C) 1, 3 (D) 2, 3
58. ·i¤ ¬ ¬ ¤ ª·ii ¬i º ·i-·i¬i .¬(·iiººii¬i ¬ ·i- l(¤
^¤ r
a. (- I l·(iºi
b. ¬iº·i·i II ¬·- -i^
c. -ri(iº III -(¤ ·¤(i¬ ¬º¬ ¬¤·i - -¤ ¤ i·n ¬i
d. ¤i(i IV ¬¤·i ¤r¬i ·i-i¤(ºi l(¤i
l··· - ·¤¤·n ¬i ¬ri ¬-¬ ¬i·¬i r `
(A) a ll : a IV : a I :d III
(B) b I : a III : c IV : d II
(C) c IV : d Il : b I : a III
(D) d Ill : b I : c IV : a II
59. (l-iºi ·iiºn - ¬º¤·i--¬ -l·(ºi ¬ l·-iºi - (i
ºi¬(ºii · -r-iº ¤i^(i· l(¤i+ :·- -ª¤ r n-i¤
-l(º ¬¬iºi·i·i -l(º ¬iº (r(iº(º -l(º+
:¬ ·-ººi - ·-¬lªin (i ºi¬(ºi ¬i·¬ r `
(A) ¤-¬( ¬iº ¤º·¤i
(B) ¤i¬ ¬iº ¤º·¤i
(C) ¤ºi ¬iº ¤-¬(
(D) ¤-¬( ¬iº ¤i¬
60. l··· - ¬ l¬¬ ºi¬(ºi ¬ (iº - r-iºi ni· ¬·¬i
ri ^i ¤l( r- ¤in¬l¬ ¬i ·ii·¤ - ^-·ii¬ ¬i :lº·¬i
¬iº ¬il--¤ (¤iºi·¤) ¬i ¬·iºii-i ¬¬ ¤l¬- ¤-nº
ºi¬¬ini¬i ¬ ¬i·i ¤« `
(A) ¬·iiºi (B) -i¤
(C) ^·n (D) ºi¬¤n
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61. Keeping in mind the views of the medieval saints
Kabir and Nanak, which of the following
statements so you think is correct ?
(i) They derived their ideas from Bhakti and Sufi
traditions.
(ii) They expressed the views of the common
people.
(iii) They made significant attempts for Hindu/
Muslim unity.
(iv) Their followers established separate and/or
independent sects to propagate their teachings.
(A) Only (i) is true
(B) (i) and (ii) are both true
(C) (i), (ii) and (iii) are true
(D) (i), (ii), (iii) and (iv) all are true
62. Which of the following policies of Aurangzeb
led to the decline of Mughal Rule in India?
1. Giving jagirs to both Hindu and Persian
nobles.
2. Measuring and evaluation of land and
imposition of new taxes.
3. Leaving borders in the north unprotected.
4. Being harsh to the Rajputs
5. Imposing Islamic law strictly.
(A) 1,2.3,4,5 (B) 1. 3.4,5
(C) 1,3,4 (D) 2,3.4
63. How did the East Indian Company become a
ruling company from a trading company ?
(A) Taking over the economy of Bengal.
(B) Appointing India traders as intermediaries.
(C) Supporting Indian princes In their internal
wars.
(D) Getting support from the King of England.
64. Arrange the following stages of development of
Western educati on i n Indi a i n correct
chronological order.
(i) Lord William Bentinck introduced Western
science and literature on the advice of Lord
Macaulay.
(i i) Woods di spatch recommended
establishment of education department in every
province.
(iii) The Charter Act of 1813 had allotted Rs. 1
lakh for the education.
(iv) Establishment of University of madras.
(A) (iii), (i), (ii), (iv) (B) (ii), (i), (iii), (iv)
(C) (i), (iv), (iii), (ii) (D) (iv), (ii), (i), (iii)
61. -·¤¤ ^i¤ ¬ n ¬(ºi ¬i º ·i·¬ ¬ l(¤iºi ¬i ·¤i· - ºªi
ni l··· ¬·i·i - ¬ ¬i¤ l¬¬ ¬i ¤n r l¬ ¬ri r `
(i) ··ri· ·il·n ¬iº ¬¤i ¤º·¤ºi¬i ¬ ¬¤· l(¤iiº
¤i·n l¬¤
(ii) ··ri· ¬i- ¬i(-i ¬ l(¤iºi ¬i ¬l·i·¤·n l¬¤i
(iii) ··ri· lr·(.-l-¬- ¤¬ni ¬ l¬¤ -r-(¤ºi
¤¤i¬ l¬¤
(iv) ··¬ ¬·¤ºi · ··¬ ·¤(ºii ¬ l(-niº rn
¬¬^ ¬iº.¤i -(ni ¤··i (·i¤+
(A) ¬(¬ (i) ¬-¤ r
(B) (i) ¬iº (ii) (i·i ¬-¤ r
(C) (i) ¬iº (ii) ¬iº (iii) ¬-¤ r
(D) (i), (ii), (iii) ¬iº (iv) ¬·ii ¬-¤ r
62. l··· - ¬ ¬iº^¬( ¬i l¬· ·iln¤i ¬ ·iiºn - -^¬
¬i-i¤ ¬i ¤ºi·i( r¬i `
1. lr·( ¬iº ¤iº¬i (i·i ¬ ¬l·i¬ini ¬i ¬i^iº (·i
2. ·il- ¬i -i¤· ¬iº --¤i¬· ¬iº ·¤ ¬ºiºirºi
3. ·-iº ¬i ¬i-i¬i ¬i ¬¬ºl-in ¬i· (·i
4. ºi¬¤ni ¬ ¤ln l·(· ri·i
5. :-¬i- ¬ ¬i·· ¬i ¬·i: ¬ ¬i^ ¬º·i
(A) 1,2.3,4,5 (B) 1. 3.4,5
(C) 1,3,4 (D) 2,3.4
63. :-- :l··¤i ¬·¤·i ¤¬ ·¤i¤iºi ¬·¤·i ¬ ºii¬· ¬º·
(i¬i ¬·¤·i ¬¬ (·i `
(A) (^i¬ ¬i ¬·i·¤(-·ii ¤º ¬·¬i ¬º¬+
(B) ·iiºni¤ ·¤i¤ilº¤i ¬i l(¤il¬¤ l·¤·n ¬º¬+
(C) ·iiºni¤ ºi¬i¬i ¬i ··¬ ¬inlº¬ ¤-i - ¬ri¤ni
¼ +
(D) :^¬· ¬ (i(ºiir ¬i ¬ri¤ni ¤i·n ¬º¬+
64. ·iiºn - ¤iº¤i-¤ lºi-ii ¬ l(¬i¬ ¬i l··· ¬(-·ii¬i
¬i ¬i¬>- - ¬-i:¤+
1. ¬i· -¬i¬ ¬ ¤ºi-ºi ¤º ¬i· l(l¬¤- (l-¬ riºi
¤iº¤i-¤ l(ni· ¤( ¬ilr-¤ ¬-il(·- ¬º·i+
2. (·¬ ¬ ¤i - ¤-¤¬ ¤i·n - lºi-ii l(·ii^ -·iil¤n
¬º· ¬i l¬¤ilººi ¬i ^:+
3. 1813 ¬ ¤i-º ¤·- - lºi-ii ¬ l¬¤ 1 ¬iªi ª¤¤i
¬i ¤i(·ii· l¬¤i ^¤i+
4. -(i¬ l(º(l(ni¬¤ ¬i -·ii¤·i+
(A) (iii), (i), (ii), (iv) (B) (ii), (i), (iii), (iv)
(C) (i), (iv), (iii), (ii) (D) (iv), (ii), (i), (iii)
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65. What policy was adopted by Lord Curzon
towards the Indian National Congress?
(A) To declare it illegal.
(B) To wipe it out.
(C) To seek its co-operation.
(D) To gain maximum help from it for preservation
of ancient monuments.
66-68 Directions : Read the following passage and
answer item nos 66, 67 and 68.
After 1886, three different services were
introduced. One was the old civil service called
the Indian Civil Service. The highest offcials were
drawn from this service. In provinces a civil
service was created which was named after that
province. There was another service, which was
mainly related to professional work.
66. In which of the following services most of the
officials would be Englishmen?
(A) Indian Civil Service
(B) Provincial Civil Service
(C) Education Service
(D) Engineering Service
67. Bengal Civil Service is en example of
(A) Indian Civil Service
(B) Provincial Civil Service
(C) Education Service
(D) Old Civil Service
68. Education Service is an example of
(A) Provincial Civil Service
(B) Indian Civil Service
(C) Judiciary
(D) Service related to professional work
69. Stated below are some statements:
(i) Venus is the nearest planet to the sun.
(ii) Earth is called as blue planet.
(iii) Satellite is a celestial body that moves
around the sun.
(iv) Planets do not have their own light.
Which statements are true?
(A) i and ii (B) ii and iii
(C) iii and iv (D) ii and iv
65. ¬i· ¬¬ · · ·iiºni¤ ºi·- i¤ ¬i^¬ ¬ ¤ ln l¬¬ ·iln
¬i ¬¤·i¤i `
(A) :¬ ^º¬i··i ¬ºiº l(¤i
(B) :¬ l--i (·i
(C) :¬¬i ¬r¤i^ ¤i·n ¬º·i
(D) ¤i¤i· --iº¬i ¬ ¤lºº-iºi rn :¬¬i ¬l·i¬n-
-(( ¬·i
66-68 l·(ºi l··· ·-ººi ¤l«¤ ¬iº 66, 67 n·ii 68 ·. ¬
¤º·i ¬ ·-iº (il¬¤
1886 ¬ (i( ni· l(l·i·· ¬(i¤ ¬iº··i ¬i ^:+ ¤¬
·iiºni¤ l¬l(¬ ¬ (i ·ii ¬i ¤ ºi·ii l¬l(¬ ¬l( ¬ (¬º¬iºi
¬(i) ¬r¬ini ·ii+ ¬(i·¤ ¬l·i¬iºi :¬i ¬(i ¬ l¬¤
¬in ·i+ ¤i·ni - ¤¬ l¬l(¬ ¬l(¬ (·i: ^: ¬i ·¬
¤i·n ¬ ·i- ¬ (·i: ^:+ ¤¬ ¬iº ¬·¤ ¬l(¬ ·ii ¬i
ªii¬ niº ¬ ¤ºi(º ¬i¤ ¬ ¬·(- ·ii+
66. l··· - ¬ l¬¬ ¬ (i - ¤i(inº ¬l·i¬iºi ¬ ^ ¬ ri ^ `
(A) ·iiºni¤ l¬l(¬ ¬(i
(B) ¤i·ni¤ l¬l(¬ ¬(i
(C) lºi-ii ¬(i
(D) :¬il·¤lº^ ¬(i
67. (^i¬ l¬l(¬ ¬(i l¬¬¬i ·(irººi r `
(A) ·iiºni¤ l¬l(¬ ¬(i
(B) ¤i·ni¤ l¬l(¬ ¬(i
(C) lºi-ii ¬(i
(D) ¤ºi·i l¬l(¬ ¬(i
68. lºi-ii ¬(i :¬¬i ·(irººi r
(A) ¤i·ni¤ l¬l(¬ ¬(i
(B) ·iiºni¤ l¬l(¬ ¬(i
(C) ·¤i¤¤il¬¬i
(D) ¤ºii(º ¬i¤i ¬ ¬·(l··in ¬(i
69. ·i¤ ¬¬ ¬·i· l(¤ ^¤ r
(i) ºi> ¬¤ ¬ ¬(¬ ¬·(i¬ ^r r+
(ii) ¤·(i ¬i ·i¬i ^r ¬ri ¬ini r+
(iii) ·¤^ r ªi^i ¬i¤ l¤º· r ¬i ¬ ¤ ¬ ¤iºi ¬i º ·i -n r +
(iv) ^ri ¬i -(¤ ¬i ¬¤·i ¤¬iºi ·ri rini r+
l··· - ¬ ¬i·¬ ¬·i· ¬ri r `
(A) i ¬iº ii (B) ii ¬iº iii
(C) iii ¬iº iv (D) ii ¬iº iv
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70. Read the following statements.
(i) In Summer in the northern hemisphere the
area of maximum heat is around the Tropic of
Cancer because
(ii) the earth is tilted on its axis at 23.5º to the
plane of the Equator.
Which of the following is correct?
(A) Statement (i) is wrong (ii) is correct
(B) Both (i) and (ii) are correct but not cause
and effect.
(C) Statement (i) is correct (ii) is wrong.
(D) (i) and (ii) are both correct but (ii) is not the
reason for (i)
71. Which figure from the following represents the
correct positioning of graticules (latitudes and
longitudes) on the globe?
( A ) ( B )
( C ) ( D )
72. Read the following statements:
(i) The basic requirments for map making are
scale and projection.
(ii) Conventional signs include both natural and
man-made features.
Which one of the following is correct?
(A) (i) is true (ii) is false
(B) (i) is false (ii) is true
(C) Both (i) and (ii) are true
(D) Both (i) and (ii) are false.
73. A feature under which there is a -sudden
movement of soil and weathered rock material
towards the slop under the force of gravity is
frequently found in which region of India?
(A) Southern region (B) North Western region
(C) Eastern (D) North Eastern
70. l···l¬lªin ¬·i·i ¬i ¤l«¤
(i) ·-iºi ^i¬i- - ^-i - ¬-¤l·i¬ ni¤ ¬i -ii ¬¬
ºªii ¬ ¬i¬¤i¬ (¤iºi nº¤) rini r ·¤il¬
(ii) ¤·(i ·i-·¤ºªii ¤º 23.5º n¬i r: r+
l··· - ¬ ¬i·¬i ¬ri r `
(A) ¬·i· (i) ^¬n r (ii) ¬ri r+
(B) (i) ¬i º (ii) (i ·i ¬ri r l¬·n ¬iººi ( ¤ ·ii( ·ri r +
(C) ¬·i· (i) ¬ri r (ii) ^¬n r+
(D) (i) ¬i º (ii) (i ·i ¬ri r l¬·n (i) ¬i ¬iººi (ii) ·ri r +
71. l···l¬lªin - ¬ ¬i ·¬i ¬i¬ln ·¬i ( ¤º º ªii ¬i¬ (¬-ii ºi
¬i º ( ºii nº) ¬i l-·iln ¬i ¬ri ¤ ( lºin ¬ºni r `
( A ) ( B )
( C ) ( D )
72. l···l¬lªin ¬·i·i ¬i ¤l«¤
(i) -i·l¤i ¬i (·i· - -i¤¬ ¤( ¤-i¤ ¬i·iiº·in
¬i(º¤¬ni r
(ii) ªl«^n l¤·ri - ¤i¬ln¬ ¤( -i·(¬n (i·i (·-
¬l·-l¬n r
l··· - ¬ ¬i·¬i ¤¬ ¬ri r `
(A) (i) ¬ri r (ii) ^¬n r
(B) (i) ^¬n r (ii) ¬ri r
(C) (i) n·ii (ii) (i·i ¬ri r
(D) (i) n·ii (ii) (i·i ^¬n r
73. ¬i¬l--¬ r¬¤¬ ¬·¤ ^ª-( (¬ ¬ ¤lººii- -¤ª¤
-(i ¤( ¬¤-iiºi ºi¬ ¤ºi ¬ ¬i¤· (the slop) ¬
l·l-n ·i(º¤ ·iiºn ¬ l¬¬ ·ii^ - ¤i¤ ¬in r `
(A) (l-iºii ¤(ºi (B) ·-iº ¤lº¤-i ¤(ºi
(C) ¤(i (D) ·-iº ¤(i
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74. Some geographical regIons and their locations
are given:
a. Kanchanjunga I. Lesser Himalayas
b. Kathmandu Valley II. Meghalaya
c. Shivaliks III. Greater Himalayas
d. Khasi IV. Outer Himalayas
Which of the following is correct?
(A) a III, b I, c IV, d II,
(B) b I, a II, c IV, d III
(C) c II, b Ill, a IV, d I
(D) d II, b I, c III, a IV
75. The virgin forest reserve of lndia is located in :
(A) Son Valley (B) Pendl Valley
(C) Silent Valley (D) Ambi Valley
76. Given below are the characteristic features of a
forest:
A. Moderately cool climate
B. Trees are generally deciduous
C. Trees shed their leaves in autumn
Which of the following forest has all these
features?
(A) Tropical deciduous forest
(B) Temperate evergreen forest
(C) rrropical evergreen forest
(D) Temperate deciduous forest
77. Foll owing are some· characteri sti cs of
agriculture:
a. It is found in tropical regions
b. It is well organized and managed
c. It requires large capital investment and labour.
Which of the following type of agriculture has
all these characteristics?
(A) Subsistence (B) Extensive
(C) Intensive (D) Plantation
78. Read the following statements:
(i) All the West European countries predominate
in secondary and tertiary activities.
(ii) Most of ·the South European countries have
higher percentage of primary occupations
compared to Anglo America.
The Correct answer is.:
(A) Both (i) and (ii) are true.
(B) Both (i) and (ii) are false.
(C) (i) is true and (ii) is false.
(D) (i) is false and (ii) is true.
74. ¬( ·ii^il¬¬ ¤(ºii ¤( ··¬i l-·iln¤i (i ^: r
a. ¬¤·¬^i I. l··· lr-i¬¤
b. ¬i--iº· ·ii-i II. -·ii¬¤
c. lºi(il¬¬ III. (rn lr-i¬¤
d. ªii¬i IV. ¬·¤ lr-i¬¤
l··· - ¬ ¬i·¬i ¬ri r `
(A) a III, b I, c IV, d II,
(B) b I, a II, c IV, d III
(C) c II, b Ill, a IV, d I
(D) d II, b I, c III, a IV
75. ·iiºn - ¤i¬ln ¬iºl-in (· l-·in :¬- r
(A) ¬i· ·ii-i (B) ¤¤ ·ii-i
(C) ºii·n ·ii-i (D) ¤·(i ·ii-i
76. ·i¤ ¤¬ (· ¬ l(ºi·i ¬-iºi (ºii¤ ^¤ r
A. -·¤ -·i ¬¬(i¤
B. (-i ¬i-i·¤n¤i ¤ºi¤ini r
C. (-ii ¬ ºiº( - ¤-i n·n r
l··· - ¬ l¬¬ (· - ¬·ii l(ºi·ini¤ r `
(A) ··ºi¬l-(··ii¤ ¤ºi¤ini (·
(B) ºiini·ºi ¬(i(riº (·
(C) +·ºi ¬l-(··ii¤ ¬(i(riº (·
(D) ºiini·ºi ¤ºi¤ini (·
77. l···l¬lªin ¬l·i ¬i ¬( l(ºi·ini¤ r
a. ¤r +·ºi¬l-(··ii¤ ¤(ºii - ¤i: ¬ini r+
b. ¤r ¬·¬i nºr ¬^l-n ¤( ¤(l··in r+
c. :¬¬ l¬¤ ¤i(i ¤ ¬i ¬i^n ¤( ¬- ¬i ¬ªºn r +
l··· - ¬ l¬¬ ¤¬iº ¬i ¬l·i - ¬·ii l(ºi·ini¤ r`
(A) ¬i(·l·(ir (B) (rn
(C) ^r· (D) (i^i·i
78. l··· ¬·i·i ¬i ¤l«¤
(i) ¬·ii ¤ºi¤i¤ (ºii - lrni¤¬ ¤( nni¤¬ ¬i¤i ¬i
(¤-( r+
(ii) ¤·¬i ¬-lº¬i ¬i n ¬·i - ¤i(inº (l-iºii ¤ºi ¤i¤
(ºii - ¤i·il-¬ ·¤(¬i¤i ¬i ¤lnºin ¬l·i¬ r+
¬ri ·-iº r
(A) (i) n·ii (ii) (i·i ¬ri r+
(B) (i) n·ii (ii) (i·i ^¬n r+
(C) (i) ¬ri r ¬iº (ii) ^¬n r+
(D) (i) ^¬n r ¬iº (ii) ¬ri r+
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79. ¤i(inº -i¬- ¬·(··ii ¬i¤(i¤ ¬¤ºi-iª¤ ¬ :·¬i
¬i·· ¬ ¬·(l··i¤ r
(A) ¬i(··i:¬i·¬i:· n·ii -·i·
(B) ¬i·¬i¬· n·ii ri:·i¬·
(C) ¬i·¬i¬·
(D) ¬i¬i· n·ii ¬i(··i:¬i·¬i:·
80. l··· ¬·i·i ¬i ¤l«¤
(i) ¬·i-i ·i¬·¤i¤ ¬rº r+
(ii) ¤r -ª¤n ·i¬·¤i ¬ ·-¤·· rini r+
l··· - ¬ ¬i·¬i ¬ri r `
(A) (i) ¬ri r (ii) ^¬n r+
(B) (i) ^¬n r (ii) ¬ri r+
(C) (i) n·ii (ii) (i·i ¬ri r+
(D) (i) n·ii (ii) (i·i ^¬n r+
81. l··· ¬·i·i ¬i ¬·¤¤· ¬il¬¤
(i) ºi·- ^i· n·ii ºi·-i¤ ·(¬ ·iiºn ¬i ¤¬ni ¬
¤ni¬ r+
(ii) ºi·-i¤ ¤¬i¬ººi (ºi ¬i ¤·i- ¬-¤ ·(·iil·in
l¬¤i ^¤i r+
(iii) l(l·i··ni - ¤¬ni (ºi ¬i ¤-ªi l(ºi·ini r+
l··· - ¬ ¬i·¬i l(¬-¤ ¬-¤ r `
(A) (i) (ii) ¬iº (iii) ¬-¤ r+
(B) (i) ¬iº (ii) ¬-¤ r ¬l¬· (iii) ^¬n r+
(C) (i) ¬-¤ r ¬l¬· (ii) ¬iº (iii) ^¬n r+
(D) (i) (ii) ¬iº (iii) ^¬n r+
82. ¤¬ ¬i¬nili¬ ·¤(-·ii - ¬¬( ¬(i·¤ rini r
·¤il¬
(A) ¤r ºi·-¤ln ¬i l·(i¤· ¬ºni r+
(B) ¤r -ª¤ ·¤i¤i·iiºi l(ª- ¬l·i¤i^ ¤lºn ¬º
¬¬ni r+
(C) ¤r ¬i··i ¬i l·-i ºi ¤( ··- ¬ ºii ·i· ¬º ¬¬ni
r +
(D) :¬¬ ¤i¬ ¬(lºi·- ºil·n¤i rini r+
83. ·iiºn r ¤¬
(i) ¤·il·º¤-i (ii) ¬¤·i
(iii) ¬-i¬(i(i (iv) ¬i¬nili¬ ^ºini
·iiºni¤ ¬l(·ii· - l(¤i ^¤i :·¬i ¬ri >- r
(A) iv, iii, ii, i (B) ii, iii, i, iv
(C) i, ii, iii, iv (D) iii, iv, i, ii
79. Most of the weather related hazards are
indirectly related to adding of
(A) carbon dioxide and methane.
(B) oxygen and hydrogen.
(C) oxygen.
(D) ozone and carbon dioxide.
80. Read the following statements:
(i) Tsunami is a seismic wave.
(ii) It is mainly caused by the earthquakes.
Which one of the following is correct?
(A) (i) is true, (ii) is false.
(B) (i) is false, (ii) is true.
(C) Both (i) and (ii) are true.
(D) Both (i) and (ii) are false.
81. Read the following statements:
(i) National Anthem and National Flag are the
symbols of india's unity.
(ii) National Integration is declared as the
country's primary goal.
(iii) The special feature of the ceuntry is unity in
diversity.
Which alternative is coneet?
(A) (i) (ii) and (iii) are true
(B) (i) and (ii) are true but (iii) is false
(C) (i) is true but (ii) and (iii) are false
(D) (i) (ii) and (iii) are false
82. In a democratic set up, parliament is supreme
because:
(A) it elects the President.
(B) it can impeach the Chief Justice.
(C) it makes and can change the laws.
(D) it enjoys the residuary powers.
83. India is a
(i) Secular (ii) Sovereign
(iii) Socialist (iv) Democratic Republic
Their correct order as mentioned in the
Constitution of India is
(A) iv, iii, ii, i (B) ii, iii, i, iv
(C) i, ii, iii, iv (D) iii, iv, i, ii
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84. Read the fullowing statements:
(i) The Indian Constitution clearly states the
Fundamental Duties of citizens.
(ii) The Fundamental Rights are also grantcd
by the Indian Constitution to the citizens of India.
Which one of the following is correct?
(A) Both (i) and (ii) are true
(B) Both (i) and (ii) are false
(C) (i) is true (ii) is false
(D) (i) is false, (ii) is true
85. The symbols of National Emblems and their
meanings are stated below: .
(a) Chakra – (i) Hard work
(b) Lions – (ii) Majesty, awe and power
(c) Horse – (iii) Dharma
(d) Bull – (iv) Energy and speed
Which of the following indicates the correct
matching of above?
(A) a-i ; b-ii ; c-iii ; d-iv
(B) a-iv ; b-iii ; c-ii ; d-i
(C) a-iii ; b-ii ; c-iv ; d-i
(D) a-iii ; b-iv ; c-ii ; d-i
86. Which of the following proclaims that "all human
beings are born free and equal in dignity and
rights"?
(A) The Indian Constitution
(B) The Algiers Conference
(C) The Universal Declaration of Human Rights
(D) The Bandung Conference.
87. Which of the following is not a feature of
Secularism as spelied out in the Constitution
of India?
(A) No State religion
(B) Freedom of conscience
(C) Theological State
(D) Freedom to manage religious affairs
84. l··· ¬·i·i ¬i ¤l«¤
(i) ·iiºni¤ ¬l(·ii· - ·i^lº¬i ¬ -¬ ¬-i·¤i ¬i
-¤·-n ·-¬ªi l¬¤i ^¤i r
(ii) ·iiºni¤ ¬l(·ii· ·iiºni¤ ·i^lº¬i ¬i -¬ ¬l·i¬iº
·¤¬··i ¬ºini r
l··· - ¬ ¬i·¬i ¬·i· ¬-¤ r `
(A) (i) n·ii (ii) (i·i ¬-¤ r
(B) (i) n·ii (ii) (i·i ^¬n r
(C) (i) ¬-¤ r ¤º·n (ii) ^¬n r
(D) (i) ^¬n r ¤º·n (ii) ¬-¤ r
85. ºi·- i¤ l¤·r - ¤ ni¬i n·ii ··¬ ni-¤¤ ·i¤ l(¤ ^¤ r
(a) ¤> – (i) ¬-iº ¬-
(b) ºiº – (ii) n¬l-(ni (¤-( ¤( ºil·n
(c) ·ii·i – (iii) ·i-
(d) (¬ – (iv) +¬i ¤( ^ln
·¤ºi·n ¬i ¬ri ¬-l¬n ¬il¬¤
(A) a-i ; b-ii ; c-iii ; d-iv
(B) a-iv ; b-iii ; c-ii ; d-i
(C) a-iii ; b-ii ; c-iv ; d-i
(D) a-iii ; b-iv ; c-ii ; d-i
86. ¬·ii ·¤l·n -(ni ¤(i rin r n·ii ¬·ii ¤ln·-i ¤(
¬l·i¬iºi ¬i (l·- ¬ ¬-i· rin r l··· - ¬ ¤r
l¬¬¬i -i·¤ni r `
(A) ·iiºni¤ ¬l(·ii·
(B) ¬l-¬¤¬ ¬·-¬·
(C) -i·(il·i¬iºi ¬i ¬i(·iil-¬ ·ii·iºii÷¤i
(D) (iº·^ ¬·-¬·
87. ·iiºni¤ ¬l(·ii· l·l(·- ¤lil·º¤-ini ¬i l··· - ¬
¬i·¬i l(ºi·ini ·ri r `
(A) ºi¤ ¬i ¬¤·i ¬i: ·i- ·ri r
(B) ¬·nºi--i ¬i -(in¤
(C) ¬i·¤il--¬ ºi¤
(D) ·iil-¬ ¬i¤i ¬ ¤(··i· ¬i -(nini
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88. Which of the following is considered the best
method for the selection of judges?
(A) Election through the people
(B) Election through the Legislature
(C) Nomination through the Executive
(D) Election through the political parties
89. Select the correct sequence of evolution of
Panchayati Raj from the following:
(i) National Extension Service
(ii) Balwant Rai Mehta Committee Report
(iii) Ashok Mehta Committee Report
(iv) 73rd Amendment of the Constitution ofIndia
The correct sequence is
(A) i, ii, iii, iv (B) ii, iii, i, iv
(C) i, iii, iv, ii (D) iv, iii, ii, i
90. Match the Regional Political Parties and the
States given below:
a.Telgu Desam Party - (i) Tamilnadu
b. Dravida Munetra Khazagam - (ii) Punjab
c. Akali Dal - (iii) Jammu & Kashmir
d. National Conference - (iv) Andhra Pradesh
Which one of the following indicates the correct
matching of the above?
(A) a-iv ; b-ii ; c-iii; d-i
(B) a-iv ; b-i ; c-ii; d-iv
(C) a-iv ; b-i ; c-iii ; d-ii
(D) a-iv; b-i ; c-ii ; d-iii
88. ¤ ¤i¤ni ºi¬ ¬ l(¬i¬ ¬i ¤l>¤i ¬i ¬ri >- ¤ l·¤
(A) ºi·-i¤ ¤¬iº ¬(i¤
(B) (¬(n ºi¤ -rni ¬l-ln ¤ln((·
(C) ¬ºii¬ -rni ¬l-ln ¤ln((·
(D) ·iiºni¤ ¬l(·ii· - 73 (i ¬ºii·i·
¬ri >- r
89. ¤ ¤i¤ni ºi¬ ¬ l(¬i¬ ¬i ¤l>¤i ¬i ¬ri >- ¤l·¤
(i) ºi·-i¤ ¤¬iº ¬(i¤
(ii) (¬(n ºi¤ -rni ¬l-ln ¤ln((·
(iii) ¬ºii¬ -rni ¬l-ln ¤ln((·
(iv) ·iiºni¤ ¬l(·ii· - 73 (i ¬ºii·i·
¬ri >- r
(A) i, ii, iii, iv (B) ii, iii, i, iv
(C) i, iii, iv, ii (D) iv, iii, ii, i
90. ·i¤ l(¤ ^¤ -iii¤ ºi¬·iln¬ (¬i n·ii ··¬
¬·(l··in ºi¤i ¬i ¬-l¬n ¬il¬¤
a. n¬^(ºi- ¤i-i - (i) nl-¬·i·
b. (l(· -·i ¬·^- - (ii) ¤¬i(
c. ¬¬i¬i (¬ - (iii) ¬·- ¬iº ¬º-iº
d. ·ºi·¬ ¬i·¤º·¬ - (iv) ¬i··i ¤(ºi
l··· - ¬ ¬i·¬i ¤·- ¬ri r `
(A) a-iv ; b-ii ; c-iii; d-i
(B) a-iiii ; b-i ; c-ii; d-iv
(C) a-iv ; b-i ; c-iii ; d-ii
(D) a-iv; b-i ; c-ii ; d-iii

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