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90 MINUTES

1.

A)

Symmetric

B)

Skewsymmetric

C)

Null

D)

Singular

2.

A)

aij= -aji

B)

aij = aji

C)

aij = a ji*

D)

aij = -a ji*

3.

If

A)

C)

4.

If the function f (z) of a complex variable is analytical at all points within and on

the closed contour, C then which among the following statements is always true

A)

B)

, is a ----------------------- vector

Solenoidal

B)

Orthogonal

Convergent

D)

Unitary

C)

D)

5.

Covariant; 1

B)

Contravariant; 1

C)

Covariant; 2

D)

Contravariant; 2

6.

A)

0

B)

1

C)

2

D)

None of the above

7.

known as --------------------.

A)

Folding

B)

Jacobian transformation

C)

Contraction

D)

Unitary transformation

8.

If F(t) is a function of t defined for all positive values of t (i.e. t>0), then the

Laplaces transform of F(t) denoted by L{F(t)} is defined by the expression --------A)

B)

C)

9.

D)

A)

C)

B)

D)

4

6

10.

+ y- 2x=0.

A)

Second order

B)

Linear

C)

Partial

D)

Inhomogeneous

11.

A)

3

B)

6

C)

9

D)

27

12.

A)

B)

C)

D)

is known as

Bessels equation

Legendre equation

Associated Legendre equation

Laguerre equation

13.

A)

Non holonomic constraints can be expressed as an algebraic equation

connecting space and time coordinates

B)

Non holonomic constraints can be expressed a nonintegrable differential

equation

C)

Holonomic constraints can be expressed as an algebraic equation but not by

a differential equation

D)

Forces associated with a sclerenomous constraint can do work

14.

the charge, q. Then, the product of generalized force multiplied by generalized

coordinate has the dimension of -----------A)

Voltage

B)

Capacitance

C)

Force

D)

Work

15.

A)

L1xL2x Vinteraction

B)

L1-L2+Vinteraction

C)

L1+L2-Vinteraction

D)

L1+L2+Vinteraction

16.

Hamiltonian is defined by the relation

A)

B)

C)

17.

D)

Consider a rigid body formed by placing four particles at the corners of a square.

Find the number of degrees of freedom if there are no more holonomic constraints

imposed on the system other than the constraints of rigidity

A)

3

B)

9

C)

1

D)

6

18.

Slow precession and small nutation

B)

Fast precession and small nutation

C)

Fast precession and large nutation

D)

Slow precession and large nutation

19.

Cosmic ray muons have a speed of 0.998 c and a proper life time of 2.2 s.

However, they travel a distance greater than 10.4 km from high altitudes to reach

earths surface. This paradox can be explained by ---------A)

Time dilation with respect to a frame of reference fixed on the earths

surface

B)

Length contraction with respect to a frame of reference fixed on the earths

surface

C)

Length contraction with respect to a frame of reference fixed on the muon

D)

Both A and C

20.

Which among the following statements is true where the square bracket correspond

to Poissons bracket

A)

[qi, qj] = ij

B)

[qi, pj] = ij

C)

[pi, qj] = ij

D)

[qi, pi] = 0

21.

equations of motion by---------------A)

Rouths procedure

B)

Noethers theorem

C)

Variational principle

D)

Variable separation method

22.

The average motion of a wave packet agrees with the motion of the corresponding

classical particle. This is the statement of ------------------------- theorem

A)

Correspondence principle

B)

Complementarily theorem

C)

Ehrenfest theorem

D)

Uncertainty principle

23.

representation?

A)

B)

C)

24.

in the momentum

D)

variable q can be expressed as

A)

B)

C)

D)

25.

given as

A)

B)

C)

D)

26.

For the ground state n=0, the probability of finding the linear harmonic oscillator is

maximum at

A)

Equilibrium position x=0

B)

At the turning points x = a

C)

Beyond the turning points, x> a

D)

At x= a/2

27.

A)

Time dependent perturbation theory

B)

Time independent perturbation theory

C)

WKB approximation

D)

Both B and C

28.

Probability of scattering by an attractive potential

B)

Quantum mechanical tunneling probability

C)

Transition probability per unit time between continuum states

D)

Extend of energy level splitting during stark effect

29.

For orthogonal functions which are not normalized, which of the following

relations is true?

A)

B)

C)

D)

30.

A)

[

B)

[

C)

[

D)

[

31.

A)

The sum of two Hermition operators is Hermition

B)

The product of two Hermition operators is Hermition only if they commute

C)

Hermition operators possesses real eigen values

D)

A, B and C are correct

32.

A)

<>2 <> <>

C)

<>2 = <> <>

33.

B)

D)

A)

iLx

B)

-iLx

and

if

<> <> <>

C)

D)

-iLz

34.

A)

B)

C)

D)

35.

A)

State vectors are time independent

B)

Operators are time dependent

C)

State vectors and operators are time dependent

D)

Both A and B are correct

36.

A)

Maxwell-Boltzmann statistics

B)

Fermi-Dirac statistics

C)

Bose-Einstein statistics

D)

None of the above

37.

variable?

A)

Temperature

B)

Pressure

C)

Volume

D)

Electric field intensity

38.

A)

E, N and V are constants

B)

E, and V are constants

C)

T, N and V are constants

D)

T, and V are constants

39.

A)

Melting of a crystalline solid

B)

Formation of Bose condensate

C)

HeI He II transition

D)

Formation of Fermi condensate

40.

A)

Helmholts free energy, F = E TS

B)

Enthalpy, E = E-pV

C)

Gibbs free energy, G = E-TS +pV

D)

Both A and C are correct

41.

A)

Temperature is a constant

B)

Entropy is a constant

C)

Volume is a constant

D)

Pressure is a constant

42.

A)

Microcanonical ensemble

B)

Canonical ensemble

C)

Grand canonical ensemble D)

Both A and B

43.

Which of the following parameters remain unchanged when laser light emitted

from a He-Ne laser passes from vacuum to flint glass

A)

Wavelength

B)

Frequency

C)

Speed

D)

Both frequency and speed

44.

A)

Weak interaction

B)

Electromagnetic interaction

C)

Strong interaction

D)

Both A and C

45.

A

B)

0

46.

47.

C)

nm

B)

C)

pm

1 amu is equivalent to

A)

1.66054 x 10-27 kg

C)

1MeV

B)

D)

D)

3/2

D)

fm

931.49 MeV

Both A and B

48.

interactions are called

A)

Leptons

B)

Hadrons

C)

Neutrinos

D)

Both A and B

49.

A)

Alpha particle

B)

C)

Electron

D)

50.

Proton

Neutron

Two nuclear reactions are given. Identify the more efficient one

Reaction (1) 4 1H1 2He4 +2 1e0 +2 +20 MeV

Reaction (2) n + 92U235 42Mo98 + 54Xe136 + 2 n + 212 MeV

A)

B)

C)

D)

Reaction (1) is more efficient

Both reactions are equally efficient

Cannot be said from the given data

51.

The disintegration constant, of a radioactive element is 0.0021 per day. Then the

half life and average life are respectively -------------- days and -------------days

A)

300 days and 432.9 days

B)

432.9 days and 300 days

C)

500 days and 329 days

D)

490 days and 100 days

52.

A)

IR region

B)

-ray region

C)

Microwave region

D)

Radio frequency region

53.

Which of the following types of molecule will never give a rotational spectra?

A)

Symmetric top

B)

Asymmetric top

C)

Linear molecule

D)

Spherical top

54.

A)

There should be a change in polarization

B)

There should be a change in polarizability

C)

Both A and B should be satisfied

D)

Vibration should be asymmetric

55.

A)

2

B)

3

C)

9

D)

None of the above

56.

A)

Zeeman effect

B)

Stark effect

C)

Mossbauer effect

D)

Meissner effect

57.

2

A)

D5/2

B)

2

C)

P5/2

D)

D3/2

Both A and B

58.

spectrum

A)

Radio frequency

B)

Infrared

C)

-ray

D)

Microwave

59.

A)

CO2

B)

H2O

C)

CH4

D)

CH3Cl

60.

Which among the following can be explained by both classical theory and quantum

theory?

A)

Raman effect

B)

Photoelectric effect

C)

Black body spectrum

D)

Low temperature specific heat of solids

61.

A)

Strong magnetic field

B)

Varying magnetic field

C)

Weak magnetic field

D)

Strong electric field

62.

A)

Raman effect

B)

Compton effect

C)

Characterestic X-ray emission

D)

Mosely effect

63.

Which is the correct statement for Laue condition for X-ray diffraction. Here

are respectively the incident wave vector, scattered wave vector and

reciprocal lattice vector?

A)

B)

C)

D)

A, B and C

64.

Which of the following theories predicts aT3 dependence for the variation of

specific heat capacity of a metal at very low temperatures?

A)

Maxwell-Boltzmann statistics

B)

Einsteins theory

C)

Debye theory

D)

Drude theory

65.

Which among the following is/are example(s) of direct band gap semiconductor(s)

A)

GaAs

B)

Si

C)

Ge

D)

Both B and C

66.

0.7 eV

B)

1 eV

C)

0.01 eV

D)

None of the above

67.

A)

1

B)

0

C)

D)

<

if T<TF

68.

A)

Curie temperature

B)

Neel temperature

C)

Curie-Weiss temperature

D)

Faraday temperature

69.

A)

Meisner effect

C)

Type I superconductivity

B)

D)

Type II superconductivity

Josephson effect

70.

Substances such as bismuth which experience a very weak force of repulsion from

a magnet are called -------------- materials

A)

Ferromagnetic

B)

Diamagnetic

C)

Paramagnetic

D)

Antiferromagnetic

71.

A)

Simple cubic

B)

bcc

C)

fcc

D)

blique

72.

A)

Joule heating

B)

Eddy currents

C)

Peltier effect

D)

Electromotive force

73.

A)

B)

C)

D)

74.

A)

Magnetic vector

B)

Electric vector

C)

Both electric and magnetic vectors

D)

None of the above

75.

which of the following statements is/are correct?

A)

The wave gets attenuated with penetration

B)

The vectors

are mutually perpendicular and

lags behind in

phase

C)

Energy flows in the direction of wave propagation but is damped off

exponentially

D)

A, B and C are correct

76.

which of the following statement is true?

A)

B)

C)

D)

77.

A)

B)

C)

78.

79.

D)

stands for

A)

B)

C)

D)

For propagation through a wave guide which of the following statement(s) is/are

correct?

A)

TEM waves cannot be propagated along the axis

B)

TE01 mode exist while TE01 does not

C)

The phase velocity vg is greater than c, while guide velocity, vz is lesser

than c

D)

A, B and C are correct

80.

Which of the following error(s) happen due to the negligence of the person doing

the experiment?

A)

Systematic error

B)

Random error

C)

Gross error

D)

Both A and B

81.

A)

40.6%

B)

50%

C)

81.2 %

D)

70%

82.

Which among the following devices has a negative resistance region in the V-I

characteristics

A)

FET

B)

Zener diode

C)

LED

D)

Tunnel diode

83.

A)

Just below the minima of the conduction band

B)

Just above the maxima of the valence band

C)

Within the conduction band

D)

At the exact centre of forbidden energy gap

84.

A)

Admittance

B)

C)

Current

D)

Impedance

No dimension

85.

A)

Common emitter configuration

B)

Common base configuration

C)

Common collector configuration

D)

Both A and B

86.

A)

20002

B)

C)

01111

D)

01110

1000

87.

A)

96810

B)

98610

C)

36810

D)

13310

88.

A)

AND gate

B)

NAND gate

C)

Bubbled OR gate

D)

NOR gate

89.

A)

Zero

B)

C)

1

90.

D)

-1

A)

Capacitor

B)

Resistor

C)

Diode

D) LC circuit

10

91.

92.

A)

B)

C)

D)

A)

52%

B)

68%

C)

70%

D)

74%

93.

Moment of inertia of a thin circular disc of mass M and radius R about an axis

passing through its centre and perpendicular t its plane is

A)

MR2

B)

MR2

C)

MR2

D)

MR2

94.

A)

BCC

B)

95.

Isotopes

C)

Isobars

8O

FCC

C)

Simple Cubic D)

Triclinic

16

B)

D)

Isotones

Mirror nuclei

96.

A)

10%

B)

25%

C)

50%

D)

75%

97.

A)

Reception is limited by line of sight

B)

FM permits use of several independent transmitters on the same frequency

with negligible interference

C)

In FM there is a large decrease in noise and hence large S/N ratio

D)

A, B and C are correct

98.

The direct product of two tensors of rank N and M result in a new tensor of

rank = --------------A)

NxM

B)

N+M

C)

N if N>M and M if N<M

D)

N if N<M and M if N>M

99.

momentum

A)

Homogeneity of space

B)

Isotropy of space

C)

Homogeneity of flow of time

D)

None of the above

100.

A)

0

B)

32

C)

-32

D)

11

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