Under the action of mutual gravitational attraction two particles of equal mass (m) go round a circle of
radius R. The speed of each particle is :





A particle is thrown vertically upwards with velocity 30 m/s. The distance covered by the particle in 9th
sec (g = 10 m/s2)
(A) 185 m
(B) 355 m
(C) zero
(D) 125 m


A stone is dropped into a well of 80 m deep. The sound of splash is heard 4.20 sec after the stone is
dropped. The velocity of sound in air (g = 10m/s2)
(A) 200 m/s
(B) 400 m/s
(C) 600 m/s
(D) 1200 m/s


In the circuit diagram shown in figure the equivalent resistance
between A and B :
(C) 13 R
(D) 6 R












Which of the following represent unit of power ?
(A) Newton × meter/sec2
(C) Pascal × m2 × Ampere

(B) Volt × Coulomb
(D) Voltage × Current


An object be placed in front of a convex lens of focal length 0.4 m. What distance should an object be
placed, so that the image is thrice the size of the object :
(A) 0.267 m
(B) 0.0267 m
(C) 2.67 m
(D) 26.7 m


Work function of lithium is 2.5 eV. The maximum wavelengths of light that can cause photo electric
effect in lithium is :
(A) 487 nm
(B) 497 nm
(C) 500 nm
(D) 400 nm


The light reflected by a plane mirror may form a real image :
(A) If the rays incident on the mirror are diverging
(B) If the rays incident on the mirror are converging
(C) If the object is placed very close to the mirror
(D) Under no circumstances


The resistance of a metallic conductor increase with temperature due to :
(A) change in carries density.
(B) change in the dimensions of the conductor.
(C) increase in the number of collisions among the carries.
(D) increase in the rate of collisions between the carries and the vibrating atoms of the conductor.

The magnetic field at C is directed. The tension (T) in the string is : (A)  m1  m2  m3  g (B)  m1  m2  k1g (C)  m2  m3  g k1 (D) k 2  m2  m3  g m1 T m2 k2 m3 15. 13. A 400 kg mass is placed on a rough inclined plane of angle 30°. away from AB (B) along the bisector of the angle ACB. towards AB (C) perpendicular to the plane of the paper. A wire carrying a current I is shaped as shown. 4 12.10. 27 13 A 24 12 B (A) ABD (C) ABC 23 11 C 22 10 D (B) ADC (D) BCD . (A) along the bisector of the angle ACB. Select this element. Section AB is a quarter circle of radius r. In the given below set of elements one element does not belong to the set. The greatest  1  forces acting parallel to the plane to keep the mass in equilibrium     3  (A) 1960 N (B) 3920 N (C) zero (D) 980 N Two particles are separated at a horizontal distance as shown in the figure. 14. directed into the paper  (D) at an angle to the plane of the paper. The horizontal distance between them become zero when time is : 3u 2x (A) (B) x u x x (C) (D) 2u u r 400 kg 30° u u 3 30° 60° x The string and string are massless as shown in the figure. The average power developed in time interval from t = 0 to t = 20 s is : (A) 10 W (B) 1 W (C) 20 W (D) 2 W 11. Identify which of the following belong to the same group ? Element Atomic Number X 2 Y 10 Z 5 (A) XZ (B) XY (C) YZ (D) None of these 16. A block of mass 10 kg accelerates uniformly from rest to a speed of 2 m/s in 20 sec. Both are projected along the same line with different initial speeds.

6 and 14. 26. 10 9 Z (B) Only Y (D) Y and Z An organic compound A of molecular formula C2H6 O on oxidation gives an acid B with the same number of carbon atoms in the molecules as A. Ca – 40) (A) 2 g (Ne) is equal to 4g of (Ca) (B) 4 g (Ne) is equal to 6 g of (Ca) (C) 5 g (Ne) is equal to 10 g of (Ca) (D) 1. Identify the correct arrangement in order of their increasing size : Cl  .6 g of SO2.40 volt (D) 0.17. Let us consider the reaction Zn  Zn2  2e  produces 0. S = 32) (A) 1 : 8 (B) 4 : 1 (C) 3 : 2 (D) 2 : 5 21. (B) Reduction only (D) None In electrolysis.6 and 13. Therefore. Calculate the ratio of molecules present in 4.90 volt 22.09  1012 electrons (B) 6. one Na  ions picks up one electron to give a Na atom. What will be the total electricity produced in this reaction ? (A) 1. How many grams of neon will have the same number of atoms as 4 grams of calcium ? (Atomic masses : Ne – 20.96  1019 electrons 19.g (Ne) is equal to 3g of (Ca) 20.34 volts of it to occur.6 24. how many electrons are picked up by 23 grams of Na+ ions ? (A) 1. while the reaction Cu  Cu2   2e requires a supply of 0. (A) SO2  CO2  NO2 (C) NO2  SO2  CO2 (B) NO2  CO2  SO2 (D) None of these 23. S2 _ .4 g of CO2 and 1.022  1023 electrons (D) 1. Ca2 .6 (C) 13. The first ionization potential in electron volts of N and O atoms are respectively given by : (A) 14. . Compound A is often used for sterilization of skin by doctors.6 (B) 13.76 volts of electricity. Ar 25. Identify the correct arrangement of CO2 .62 and 13. (A) Ar  Cl   S2  Ca2 (B) Ca2   Ar  Cl   S2 (C) Ca2   Cl   S2  Ar (D) Ar  S2   Cl   Ca2 An aqueous solution of Na2CO3 will be : (A) Acidic (C) Neutral (B) Alkaline (D) None of these Which of the following is a metal ? 7 3X 3 1Y (A) Only X (C) Only Z 27. O = 16.6 and 14. Identify whether the given below reaction represent redox reactions or not ? CuSO4  aq  BaCl2  aq  CuCl2  aq  BaSO 4  s  (A) Oxidation only (C) Both (A) and (B) 18.85 volt (C) 0. NO2 and SO2 in order of their increasing volatility.10 volt (B) 0. Name the compound A and B : (A) ethyl alcohol and formic acid (B) dimethyl ether and ethanol (C) ethyl alcohol and acetic acid (D) ethyl alcohol and glycol.6 (D) 14. (C = 12.022  1022 electrons (C) 6.

RBCs of human blood will : (A) Increase in number (C) Decrease in size (B) Decrease in number (D) Increase in size 34. 2n and 3n conditions occur respectively in : (A) Antipodal.sin . 39. In a fertilized ovule. synergids and integuments. nucellus and endosperm (C) Endosperm. Identify the isomers represented by the molecular formula C2H6 O ? (A) Ethanol and ethoxyethane (B) Phenol and dimethyl ether (C) Ethanol and dimethyl ether (D) Propanol and dimethyl ether 29. nucellus and egg (D) Antipodals. 36. egg and endosperm (B) Egg.cot  . If all the lenticels of stem are blocked. Ultraviolet radiations from sunlight causes reaction that produces : (A) Fluorides (B) Carbon monoxide (C) Sulphur dioxide (D) Ozone 37.cos  (B) p(1+ tan . 32. the first to die will be : (A) Leaves (B) Shoot tips (C) Roots (D) None of the above 41.cot ) 2 2 (C) p. The stage at which cleavage or cytokinesis begins in animal cells is : (A) Anaphase (B) Telophase (C) Go Phase (D) Interphase 40. Height of the opposite house in meters = ? (A) p. Genotypically the pollen grains produced by an anther belong to : (A) One type (B) Two types (C) Many types (D) All the above 31.cos  (D) p. 35.sin . the angles of elevation and depression of the top and the foot of another house on the opposite side of the street are  and  respectively. n.28. From a window ‘p’ meters high above the ground in a street. Eye develops from : (A) Ectoderm (C) Endoderm (B) Mesoderm (D) Both A and B Where is protein digestion accomplished ? (A) Stomach (C) Rectum (B) Ileum (D) Duodenum At high altitude. Hormone involved in discharge of pancreatic juice is : (A) Gastrin (B) Cholecystokinin (C) Secretin (D) Enterogastone 30. Binding of antigen to antibody is through : (A) Electrostatic interactions (C) Disulphide bridges (B) Covalent bonds (D) Amide formation Genes are packed in bacterial chromosome by : (A) Acid proteins (C) Basic proteins (B) Histones (D) Actin 38. Total number of meiotic division required for forming 200 zygotes/200 grains of wheat is : (A) 200 (B) 150 (C) 250 (D) 100 33.tan .

0) and F (– 1. (A) 7964. – 2) (B) (0. If the frustum so obtained be drawn into a wire of diameter 1/16 cm. Find the sum of all natural numbers between 200 and 1502 that are exactly divisible by 3. A semi circle is drawn with BC as diameter.4m 53. The radius and slant height of a cone are in the ratio 7 : 13 and its curved surface area is 286 cm2. A metallic right circular cone 20cm high and whose vertical angle is 60° is cut into two parts at the middle of its height by a plane parallel to its base. Find the area of quadrilateral ABCD. A two digit number is 4 times the sum of its digits and twice the product of its digits. 0) (B) (– 3. CA of ∆ABC are D (2. Find the length of the chord. – 3) 50. 1). A (–2. C (2. 4) (C) (– 2. (A) 16cm (B) 12cm (C) 18cm (D) 14cm 48. units (C) 30 sq. ABC is an isosceles right angled . 0) (D) (– 2. E (1. Find the number.42. (A) 348123 (B) 362163 (C) 342243 (D) 369117 47. Diameter of the outer circle = ? (A) 14cm (B) 42cm (C) 21cm (D) 11cm 45.4m (B) 7969. The mid points of sides AB. find the length of the wire.8m (D) 9764. 2) (D) (4. 1). Two concentric circles are of radii 10 cm and 8 cm. units (B) 26 sq. –3) (A) (3. 0) (C) (2. 5) (A) 23 sq. units (D) 32 sq. 3) respectively. (A)  units (B) 2 units 2 (C)  /2 units (D)  units 51. 5) and (2. 0) 44. (A) 16 (B) 24 (C) 36 (D) 48 49. Find the radius of circle whose perimeter and area are numerically equal.4m (C) 7966. AB = AC = 7cm. Find the point on the X-axis that is equidistant from the points (–2. Radius = ? (A) 14 cm (B) 21 cm (C) 7 cm (D) 7/2 cm 52. units 46. then : (A) 2n  m (n2  1) (B) 2m  n (m2  1) (C) 2n  m (m2  1) (D) none of these 43. Area of shaded region = ? (A) 16cm2 (B) 21cm2 2 (C) 14cm (D) 7cm2 A B C . Radius of the inner circle is 7cm. Coordinates of B = ? (A) (4. 4) and D (–1. –2). A chord of the larger circle touches the smaller circle. B (5. Two concentric circles have their areas in the ratio 4 : 9. If sin  + cos  = m and sec  + cosec  = n. BC.

What is the condition if one root of the equation ax2 + bx + c = 0 is double the other ? (A) b2 = 9ac/2 (B) b2 = 2ac 2 (C) b = 8ac (D) b2 = ac 61. female allegory ? (A) Germany (B) Austria (C) France (D) England 63. In the above question DBA = ? (A) 20° (C) 30° D C 130° A B O (B) 50° (D) 40° O is the centre of the circle and AB is a tangent at B. Who was the president of congress session in December 1929 at Lahore ? (A) Motilal Nehru (B) Jawaharlal Nehru (C) Subhash Chandra Bose (D) Rajendra Prasad (B) AB2 (D) 2AB2 . – 3) 56. AB = 15cm and AC = 7. Which of the following rulers of France was force to flee in 1848 revolution ? (A) Louis XVI (B) Louis Philippe (C) Louis XIV (D) Napoleon 64. – 2) (C) (0.75cm (D) 12cm B D A C O 59. 3) (D) (0. Which of the following nations was represented by Marianne. 2) (B) (0. What is the slope of the line ? (A) 1 (B) 3 1 1 (C) (D) 2 3 P O 45° Q 55. The line through P (5. 58. How the liberty was portrayed by the artists during the French Revolution ? (A) Red Cap (B) Swastik (C) Pair of weighing scles (D) None of the above 62.50cm (C) 11.25cm (B) 11. 3) intersects Y-axis at Q. Find the radius of the circle : (A) 11. AB is the diameter of a circle with centre O. In the given fig. (A) (0. When was the Vietnamese Communist Party (Vietnam Cong San Dang) formed by Ho Chi Minh ? (A) 1929 (B) 1930 (C) 1931 (D) 1932 65.5cm. In the above question AC x AD = ? (A) AO2 (C) AB2/2 60.54. BCD = 130° · DAB = ? (A) 20° (B) 30° (C) 50° (D) 65° 57. What are the coordinates of Q in the above question.

Which of the following novels inspired many kinds of freedom fighters ? (A) Indulekha (B) Sewasadan (C) Pariksha-Guru (D) Anandamath 75.S. What is El Dorado in South America ? (A) The place where Columbus landed (C) A fabled city of gold (B) A salve market (D) A famous silver mining area 69. (A) Satluj Beas (B) Mahanadi (C) Narmada (D) Yamuna . Resources which are found in a region but have not been utilized are called ? (A) Developed resources (B) Stock (C) International Resource (D) Potential resources 76. Which one among the following is an ancient name of Tokyo ? (A) Osaka (B) Nagano (C) Edo (D) Gifu 74. Which one of the following is Nobel Prize winning writes who is a descendent of indentured labour from India ? (A) Salman Rushdie (B) V. Which of the following is a source of fresh water ? (A) Precipitation (B) Surface run off (C) Groundwater (D) All the above 80. Which of the following river is not having any multi-purpose river project. Which of the following statements does not describe a Chawl ? (A) They were multistoried structures (B) Working class people lived here (C) They are owned by the government (D) They were in the native part of town 73. In 1917 Gandhiji organized a Satyagraha to support the peasants of the Kheda district for : (A) Remission of loans (B) Remission of revenue (C) Grant of loans (D) Relaxation of revenue collection 68. Which one of the following is an example of rare species ? (A) Black buck (B) Blue Sheep (C) Hornbill (D) Mithun 78. During the colonial period which ports replaced Surat and Hoogly ports ? (A) Bombay and Orissa (B) Bombay and Calcutta (C) Masulipatam and Calcutta (D) None of the above 71. Who developed the principle of Garden City ? (A) Thomas Hardy (C) Charles Booth (B) Charles Dickens (D) Ebenezer Howard 72. For the rich peasants the fight for Swaraj was a struggle against ? (A) high prices of grains (B) Low prices of grains (C) high revenues (D) None of the above 67. Which one of the following tree is not considered a sacred tree in India ? (A) Peepal (B) Neem (C) Banyan (D) Mango 79.66. Which of the following state is not rich in minerals ? (A) Haryana (B) Jharkhand (C) Chhattisgarh (D) Madhya Pradesh 77.Naipaul (C) Arundhati Roy (D) Bob Marley 70.

(B) Nelson Mandela (C) Martin Luther King Jr. By whom was the Civil Rights Movements led in the USA. Among the following countries to which one do ‘Indian Tamils’ belong to : (A) Belgium (B) Germany (C) Sri Lanka (D) India 90.8 % (D) 18. What is the position of India in the production of oil seeds in the world ? (A) Largest producer (B) Second Largest producer (C) Third largest producer (D) None of the above 83. Which of the following is not a quality of copper ? (A) Malleable (B) Ductile (C) Good Conductor (D) Bad Conductor 84. (A) Martin Luther King Sr. What is the worlds average percentage of women in parliaments ? (A) 15. Which of the following is an important plantation crop in Karnataka ? (A) Tea (B) Coffee (C) Rubber (D) Sugarcane 89. Which of the following movement is a specific issue movement ? (A) Women’s movement (B) Environmental movement (C) Narmada Bachao Andolan (D) None of the above 94.S.8 % 93.81.8 % (C) 16. Which country is the largest producer of raw jute and jute goods ? (A) India (B) Bangladesh (C) Pakistan (D) China 85.A (B) India (C) China (D) Bangladesh 95. When was the system of government in Belgium changed from unitary to federal government ? (A) 1993 (B) 1994 (C) 1995 (D) 1996 91. Which of the following countries has bi-party system ? (A) U. 87.8% (B) 17. Which of the following has prepared the Human Development Report ? (A) UNO (B) WHO (C) IMF (D) UNDP . (D) None of the above 92. In which of the following states largest wind farm cluster is located ? (A) Kerala (B) Gujarat (C) Orissa (D) Tamil Nadu 88. Which one of the following is a tidal port ? (A) Kandla (C) Marmagao (B) Kochi (D) Vishakhapatnam When was the air transport nationalized ? (A) 1953 (C) 1955 (B) 1954 (D) 1956 86. Cultivation of coffee is confined to which of the following hills ? (A) Nilgiri (B) Aravali (C) Shivalik (D) None of the above 82.

47. 74. 70. 57. 13. 35. (D) (C) (B) (D) (B) (A) (B) (C) (A) (A) (B) . 33. 14. 18. 73. Which of the following sectors generate services rather than goods ? (A) Primary (B) Tertiary (C) Secondary (D) None of the above 97. (A) (B) (A) (C) (A) (D) (B) (B) (C) (A) (C) (A) 2. 50. 53. 58. 65. 45. 87. 60. 66. 12. (C) (C) (B) (B) (C) (B) (C) (B) (D) (D) (C) 3. (B) 2005 (D) 2007 On which of the following products ISI mark is used ? (A) Gas Stove (B) Chocolate (C) Fruit Juice (D) Cold Drink * * * * * Answers 1. 39. 15. 89. 30. 24. 56. 81. 25. 92. 90. 29. 44. 100. 55. 80. 75. 59. 51. 19. 76. 42. 34. (B) (D) (A) (A) (C) (C) (C) (D) (D) (C) (B) 9. 41. 63. 17. 38. 37. 99. 21. (B) (C) (B) (B) (D) (A) (A) (B) (D) (B) (C) 8. 32. 20. (D) (C) (A) (C) (B) (B) (B) (C) (C) (A) (D) 6. (B) (B) (B) (D) (B) (C) (A) (B) (B) (D) (B) 7. 78. Which of the following is not a modern form of money ? (A) Currency (B) Deposits (C) Draft (D) None of the above 98. 31. 54. 48. (B) (B) (A) (C) (A) (C) (D) (C) (D) (A) (C) 4. 46. 11. 28. 27. 43. 93. 16. 96. 98. 68. 62. 79. 49. 71. 72. 95. 85. 64. When was Right to Information Act passed ? (A) 2004 (C) 2006 100. 22.96. 36. 83. 91. 69. 94. 23. 67. 10. In 2006 how many countries were members of the W70 ? (A) 139 (B) 149 (C) 159 (D) 169 99. 86. 61. 77. 26. 40. 52. 97. (B) (C) (C) (B) (C) (A) (A) (D) (A) (A) (A) 5. 84. 82. 88.