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# Part - I (General Intelligence & Reasoning)

1. Six friends A, B, C, D, E and F are sitting in 5. Identify the diagram that correctly
a circle facing the centre. A is sitting represents the relationship among woman,
between B and F. D is sitting second to the mother and widow.
left of B. What is the position of D wih og vkjs[k pqfu, tks vkjs[k
vkSjr] ek vkSj fokok
ds chp
respect to C ? laca/ dk lgh fu:i.k djrk gSA
N% nksLrA, B, C, D, E vkSjF, ,d ?ksjs esa dsU dh vksj
eqg djds cSBsA,gSaA
B vkSjF ds chp esa cSBk D,gSA
B ds
ck;ha rjiQ ls nwljkCgSA
ds lUnHkZ D dh
(A) Immediate left/,dne ck;ha vksj (A) (B) (C) (D)
(B) Immediate right/,dne nk;ha vksj 6. How many triangles are there in the
following figure?
(C) Second from right/nk;ha vksj ls nwljk
uhps nh xbZ vkfr esa fdrus f=kHkqt
? gSa
(D) Cannot be determined/r; ugha dj ldrs
2. 1 February, 1920 was Thursday, then what
day will be 5 March, 1920 ?
1 iQjojh]1920 dks c`gLifrokj Fkk]
5 ekpZ]
rks 1920
dks dkSu lk fnu gksxk
?
(A) Wednesday/cqkokj
(B) Thursday/c`gLifrokj
(A) 41 (B) 42
(C) Tuesday/eaxyokj (C) 39 (D) 36
(D) None of these/buesa ls dksbZ ugha 7. If 'P' means '', Q means '', 'R' means '+'
3. 'R' is the brother of 'T'. 'M' is the sister of and 'S' means '', then 18Q12P4R5S6 = ?
'R'. 'K' is the brother of 'M'. 'W' is the father ;fn 'P' dk vFkZ '', Q dk vFkZ
'', 'R' dk vFkZ
'+' vkSj
of 'T'. How many sons does 'W' have ?
'S' dk vFkZ'' gks] rks
18Q12P4R5S6 = ?
'R', 'T' dk HkkbZ gSA
'M', 'R', dh cgu gSA
'K', 'M' dk HkkbZ
(A) 59 (B) 65
gSA'W', 'T' dk firk gSA 'W' ds fdrus iq=k?gSa
(C) 36 (D) 53
(A) Two/nks 8. Which one set of letters when sequentially
(B) Three/ rhu placed at the gaps in the given letter series
shall complete it ?
(C) One/,d
v{kjksa dk dkSu lk lewg [kkyh LFkkuksa ij eokj j[kus ls
(D) Data insufficient/vkdM+s vi;kZIr gSa
xbZ v{kj J`a[kyk dks iwjk djsxk\
4. Three situations of a cube are given. On
aa_bcc_ab_cc_a_bc_
their basis, find out which number will be
opposite to the number '2' ? (A) babbac (B) bababc
,d ?ku dh rhu fLFkfr;k nh xbZ gSaA muds vkkkj ij ;g Kkr
(C) bbaabc (D) aabbcc
dhft, fd vad '2' ds lkeus(Opposite Number) 9. Arrange the following words according to
the English dictionary
fuEufyf[kr 'kCnksa dks vaxzst+h 'kCndks'k ds vuqlkj
6 5 4 j[ksa
&
1. SELECT 2. SELDOM
1 4 3 6 1 2
3. SEND 4. SELFISH
I II III 5. SELLER
(A) 3 (B) 5 (A) 2, 1, 5, 4, 3 (B) 2, 1, 4, 5, 3
(C) 1 (D) 6 (C) 2, 5, 4, 1, 3 (D) 1, 2, 4, 5, 3
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10. If in a certain code language CENPNPJL is Directions : In questions no. 18 to 20, a series
written as DOOK, then how can FHNPNPCE is given, with one term missing. Choose the
be written in that code ? correct alternative from the given ones that
;fn ,d fuf'pr dwV Hkk"kk esa CENPNPJL dks DOOK will complete the series.
fy[kk tkrk gS] rks mlh dwV Hkk"kk esa FHNPNPCE dks funsZ'k % iz'u la[;k
18 ls 20 esa] ,d vuqe fn;k x;k gS]
dSls fy[kk tk;sxk ? ftlesa ,d in yqIr gSA fn, x, fodYiksa esa ls og lgh fodYi
(A) FOOD (B) ROOT
(C) GOOD (D) FOUR
pqfu, tks vuqe dks iwjk djsA
11. From the given alternatives, select the word 18.
9, 19, 39, 79, 159, ?
which cannot be formed using the letters (A) 419 (B) 219
of the given word. (C) 319 (D) 519
fn;s x;s fodYiksa esa ls ml 'kCn dks pqfu, tks iz'u esa fn,
19. W/2, U/10, R/26, ? , I/122
x, 'kCn ds v{kjksa dk iz;ksx djds ugha cuk;k tk(A) K/57 (B) J/49
(C) N/58 (D) M/58
ldrk gSA
20. 46080, 3840, 384, 48, ?, 2, 1
AUTOGRAPHS
(A) 36 (B) 30
(A) GRAPH (B) TROUGH
(C) 24 (D) 8
(C) PATHOS (D) GREAT
Directions (21-22) : Find the missing number
12. From the given alternatives, select the word
from the given responses.
which can be formed using the letters of
the given word.
funsZ'k
(21-22) : fuEu izR;sd Js.kh esa yqIr la[;k Kkr dhft,A

fn;s x;s fodYiksa esa ls ml 'kCn dks pqfu, tks iz'u esa fn,3C 2B 4A
21.
x, 'kCn ds v{kjksa dk iz;ksx djds cuk;k tk ldrk gSA 27A ? 64B
NEIGHBOURHOOD 9C 4A 16B
(A) DOORS (B) GEAR (A) 8C (B) 16C
(C) GOOD (D) ROUGHY (C) 18C (D) 12C
Directions (13 15) : Select the related word/
22. 6 11
numbers from the given alternatives. 83 18
funsZ'k
(13 15) % fn, x, fodYiksa esa ls lEcaf/r
'kCn@la[;kvksa 66 27
? 38
dks pqfu,A
13. QPRS : TUWV: : JIKL: ? (A) 58 (B) 57
(A) NMOP (B) NMPO (C) 51 (D) 59
23. Which one of the following is the water
(C) MNPO (D) MNOP
image of PUBLICATION ?
14. XWVU : TWVY : : ? : BGGK ?
fuEufyf[kr esa dkSu&lk
PUBLICATION dk ty izfrfcac
(A) JCFA (B) JHJA
gS?
(C) LCJA (D) JHFC
(A) PUBLICATION
15. 6 : 81 : : ? : ?
(B)
(A) 8 : 42 (B) 4 : 10 (C)
(C) 10 : 50 (D) 10 : 52 (D)
Directions (16 17) : Find the odd number/ 24. Which one of the following is the mirror
letters pair from the given responses. image of 1 2 3 I N D I A ?
funsZ'k
(16 17) % fn, x, fodYiksa esa ls fo"ke la[;k@ v{kjksa fuEufyf[kr esa dkSu&lk
1 2 3 I N D I A dk niZ.k izfrfcac
dk ;qXe Kkr dhft,A gS?
16. (A) CJD (B) AGA (A)
(C) HOV (D) KRX (B)
(C)
17. (A) 10 (B) 50
(D)
(C) 100 (D) 105
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25. Some statements are given followed by Conclusions : / fu"d"kZ
:
some conclusions. You have to consider
I. Some frames are brushes.
the two statements to be true even if they
seem to be at variance from commonly dqN se cz'k gSaA
known facts. You have to decide which of
II. All paints are canvasses.
the given conclusions, if any, follow from
the given statements.
lHkh isaV dsuokl gSaA
(A) Only conclusion I follows.
dqN dFkuksa ds vkxs dqN fu"d"kZfn, x, gSaA vki
dsoy fu"d"kZ
I vuqlj.k djrk gSA
lkekU; Kkr rF;ksa esa varj gksus ij Hkh nksuksa okD;ksa dh
(B) Only conclusion II follows.
iM+rky] lR; le> dj djsaA vki r; djsa fd fn, x,
dsoy fu"d"kZ
II vuqlj.k djrk gSA
fu"d"kks esa ls dkSu lk] ;fn dksbZ gks] fn, x, dFkuksa ls
(C) Both conclusions I and II follow.
fudyrk gSA
fu"d"kZ
I vkSjII nksuksa vuqlj.k djrs gSaA
Statements : / dFku : (D) None of these.
1. All paints are brushes. buesa ls dksbZ ughaA
lHkh isaV cz'k gSaA
2. All brushes are canvasses.
lHkh cz'k dsuokl gSaA
3. All canvasses are frames.

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Part - II (Quantitative Aptitude)
Hkkx II &(ek=kkRed vfHk{kerk
)
26. A hemisphere and a cone have equal bases. feuV nsjh ls igqprk gSA ml nwjh dks lkekU; pky ls
If their heights are also equal, the ratio of
pyus ij fy;k x;k le; gS &
their curved surface area will be

## ,d v)Z xksys vkSj ,d 'kadq ds vk/kkj cjkcj gSaA ;fn 1

(A) 1 hour / ?kaVk (B) 1 hours / ?kaVs
mudh pkbZ Hkh cjkcj gS] rks muds o i`"Bksa ds {ks=Qyksa 5
dk vuqikr gksxk &
1 1
(A) 1 : 2 (B) 2:1 (C) 1 hours / ?kaVs (D) 1 hours / ?kaVs
4 3
(C) 1 : 2 (D) 2 : 1
31. A reduction of 20% in the price of an apple
27. The HCF and LCM of two numbers are 12 enables a man to buy 10 apples more for
and 924 respectively. Then the number of ` 54. The new price of apples per dozen
such pairs is is

fdUgha nks la[;kvksa dk e-l-i- vkSj y-l-i- e'k% 12 ,d lsc dh dher esa 20% deh gksus ij ,d O;fDr
vkSj 924 gSA ,slh la[;kvksa ds dqy ;qXe gS & ` 54 esa 10 lsc T;knk [kjhn ldrk gSA rnuqlkj lscksa
(A) 0 (B) 1 dh izfr ntZu u;k ewY; gS &
(C) 2 (D) 3 (A) ` 4.32 (B) ` 12.96

## 5 1 (C) ` 10.80 (D) ` 14.40

28. If x = , then find the value of
5 1
32. The price of a commodity is increased by
5x2 5x 1.
60%. By what percent must a consumer
reduce the consumption of the commodity
5 1
;fn x = gS] rks 5x2 5x 1 dk eku Kkr so as not to increase the expenditure?
5 1
dhft,A fdlh pht dh dher 60% c<+ xbZ gSA rks mlds
(A) 0 (B) 3
miHkksDrk dks mlds miHkksx esa fdrus izfr'kr deh djuh
iMs+xh rkfd ml pht dk [kpZ u c<+\s
(C) 4 (D) 5
(A) 37% (B) 37.5%
29. When 2 33 is divided by 10, then the
remainder will be (C) 40.5% (D) 60%

tc 233 dks 10 ls foHkkftr fd;k tk,] rks 'ks"kQy gksxk& 33. An alloy contains copper, zinc and nickel in
the ratio of 5 : 3 : 2. The quantity of nickel
(A) 2 (B) 3 in Kg that must be added to 100 Kg of this
alloy to have the new ratio 5 : 3 : 3 is
(C) 4 (D) 8

6
,d feJ/kkrq esa rkack] tLrk rFkk fufdy dk vuqikr
30. Walking th of his usual speed, a man is 5 : 3 : 2 gSA rks 100 fdxzk feJ/kkrq esa fdruk fufdy
7
12 minutes late. The usual time taken by feyk;k tk,] rkfd u;k vuqikr 5 : 3 : 3 gks tk, &
him to cover that distance is
(A) 8 Kg / fdxzk (B) 10 Kg / fdxzk
6
,d O;fDr] viuh lkekU; pky ds ls pyus ij 12 (C) 12 Kg / fdxzk (D) 15 Kg / fdxzk
7
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34. In the given figure, ED = 6 cm, CE = 3 cm 39. If I walk 5 Km/hour, I miss a train by 7
and AE = 4.5 cm, then find the value of EB. minutes. If I walk at 6 Km/hour, I reach
nh xbZ vkfr es]a ED = 6 lseh] CE = 3 lseh vkSj the station 5 minutes before the departure
of the train. The distance between my
AE = 4.5 lseh] rks EB dk eku Kkr dhft,A
house and the station is
C

A B
;fn eSa 5 fdeh@?kaVk dh xfr ls pyrk gw] rks eSa 7 feuV
E
ls jsyxkM+h idM+us ls pwd tkrk gwA ;fn eSa 6 fdeh@?kaVk
ls pyw rks jsyxkM+h ds izLFkku ds le; ls 5 feuV igys
D
igqp tkrk gwA esjs ?kj vksj LVs'ku ds chp dh nwjh gS &
(A) 2.5 cm / lseh (B) 3.5 cm / lseh (A) 6 Km / fdeh (B) 5 Km / fdeh
(C) 4 cm / lseh (D) 5 cm / lseh
(C) 4 Km / fdeh (D) 3 Km / fdeh
3 4sin2
35. Find the value of . 40. A and B working separately can do a piece
cos2
of work in 9 days and 12 days respectively.
3 4sin2 If the work is being done by working on
dk eku Kkr dhft,A
cos2 alternate days with A beginning the work,
(A) 3 tan2 (B) 4 tan2 then the work will be completed in
(C) 2 tan2 (D) 1 tan2
A vkSj B vyx&vyx dke djrs gq, ,d dk;Z dks e'k%
tan tan 9 fnu vkSj 12 fnu esa dj ldrs gSaA ;fn A dk;Z vkjEHk
36. = 4, then find the value
sec 1 sec 1
of .
djs vkSj mlds ckn nksuksa ckjh&ckjh ls ,d&,d fnu dk;Z
djrs gSa] rks dk;Z iwjk gksus esa le; yxsxk &
tan tan
= 4 gS] rks dk eku Kkr
sec 1 sec 1 2 1
dhft,A (A) 10 days / fnu (B) 10 days / fnu
3 2
(A) 30 (B) 45
1 1
(C) 60 (D) 90 (C) 10 days / fnu (D) 10 days / fnu
4 3
37. The curved surface area of a cylinder is 4400 41. A does half as much work as B in three-
cm2 and its circumference of the base is fourth of the time. If together they take 18
110 cm. Find the volume of cylinder. days to complete the work, how much time
csyu dh o i`"Bh; {ks=Qy 4400 lseh2 vkSj vk/kkj dh shall B take to do it alone?
ifjf/k 110 lseh gSA csyu dk vk;ru Kkr dhft,A A, B ds rhu pkSFkkbZ le; dh rqyuk esa vk/kk dke dj
(A) 36700 cm / lseh 3 3
ikrk gSA ;fn os nksuksa ,d lkFk ml dk;Z dks 18 fnuksa esa
(B) 36720 cm3 / lseh 3 iwjk dj ys] rks vdsyk B mls fdrus fnuksa esa dj ik;sxk\
(C) 38500 cm3 / lseh 3 (A) 30 days / fnu (B) 35 days / fnu
(D) 39600 cm / 3
lseh 3
(C) 40 days / fnu (D) 45 days / fnu
2
38. The curved surface of a cone is 396 m and 42. tan 7 tan 23 tan 60 tan 67 tan 83 is
area of its base 36m2, then find the slant equal to
height of the cone.
tan 7 tan 23 tan 60 tan 67 tan 83 ds
'kadq ds oi`"B dk {ks=Qy 396 eh-2 vkSj blds vk/kkj
dk {ks=Qy 36 eh-2 gS] rks 'kadq dh fr;Zd pkbZ Kkr cjkcj gS &
dhft,A (A) 0 (B) 3
(A) 17 m / eh- (B) 21 m / eh- 1
(D) 1 (C)
(C) 19 m / eh- (D) 23 m / eh- 3
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43. A shopkeeper allows 23% discount on his Directions (Q. No. 48 to 50): Study the following
M.R.P. and still makes a profit of 10%. If he table carefully and answer the questions based on
gains ` 56 on one item, his M.R.P. of the it.
item is
,d nqdkunkj vius vafdr ewY; ij 23% dh NwV nsdj funsZ'k
iz-la-48 ls 50% nh xbZ rkfydk dk lko/kkuhiwoZd
Hkh 10% ykHk dek ysrk gSA ;fn ,d oLrq ij og ` 56 v;;u djsa vkSj ml ij vk/kkfjr iz'uksa ds mkj nhft,A
ykHk dekrk gS] rks ml oLrq dk vafdr ewY; gS &
Food Grains Production in a Country
(A) ` 800 (B) ` 790 (in lakh tonnes)
(C) ` 780 (D) ` 820 fdlh ns'k dk [kk| mRiknu (yk[k Vuksa esa)
44. ` 800 becomes ` 956 in 3 years at a
certain rate of simple interest. If the rate State Rice Wheat Jower Pulses Others
of simple interest increased by 4%, what jkT; pkoy Tokj nkysa vU;
amount will ` 800 becomes in 3 years?
A 45 103 0 27 29
,d fuf'pr lk/kkj.k C;kt dh nj ij ` 800 rhu
o"kks esa ` 956 gks tkrk gSA ;fn C;kt dh nj 4% B 48 86 73 19 15
c<+k nh tk,] rks ` 800 rhu o"kks esa fdrus gks tk;sax\s C 59 32 67 14 31
(A) ` 1020.80 (B) ` 1025 D 41 37 59 21 15
(C) ` 1052 (D) ` 1050
E 37 22 41 13 11
45. A man bought oranges at the rate of 8 for
` 34 and sold them at the rate of 12 for F 68 15 12 0 18
` 57. How many oranges should be sold to G 54 8 7 12 10
earn a net profit of ` 45?
H 38 22 31 22 45
,d O;fDr us ` 34 esa 8 dh nj ls larjs [kjhns vkSj
mUgsa ` 57 esa 12 dh nj ls cspkA rks ` 45 dk ykHk 48. Which stat e has t he highest grain
dekus ds fy, mls dqy fdrus larjs cspus gksaxs\ production?
(A) 90 (B) 100 fdl jkT; esa vukt dk mRiknu vf/kdre gS \
(C) 135 (D) 150
(A) A (B) B
46. The average of 25 observations is 13. It was
later found that an observation 73 was (C) C (D) D
wrongly entered as 48. The new average is
49. What was the ratio of rice production to
25 izs{k.kksa dk vkSlr 13 gSA ckn esa irk pyk fd ,d wheat production in the country?
iz{s k.k dks 73 dh ctk, 48 dks 'kkfey dj fy;k x;k FkkA
ns'k esa pkoy ds mRiknu dk xsgw ds mRiknu ls D;k
u;k vkSlr gS&
vuqikr Fkk\
(A) 12.6 (B) 14
(A) 6 : 5 (B) 4 : 5
(C) 15 (D) 13.8
(C) 1 : 1 (D) 2 : 1
47. If x2 4x + 5 = 0, then find the value of
25 50. State A alone accounted for approximately
x2 + 2 . what percentage of wheat production in the
x
country?
25
;fn x2 4x + 5 = 0 gS] rks x2 + dk eku Kkr jkT; esa xsgw dk mRiknu] ns'k ds xsgw mRiknu dk fdruk
x2
dhft,A izfr'kr gS\
(A) 2 (B) 4 (A) 63% (B) 53%
(C) 6 (D) 8 (C) 41% (D) 31%

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Hkkx III& ( lkekU; tkudkjh)
51. Who was the author of the play "Mattvilas 56. Among the following which is not an ape ?
Prahasan" ?
buesa ls dkSu ,d okuj ugha gS ?
^eRrfoykl izglu* uke ukVd ds jpf;rk dkSu Fks ?
(A) Gibbon/fxCcu
(A) Rajendra I /jktsU I

## (C) Mahendravarman-I/egsUoeZu-I (C) Langur/yaxwj

52. The Strachey Commission was related to 57. "MIP Vaccine" is related to eradicate which
LVsph vk;ksx lacafkr Fkk of the following ?
(A) Vernacular Press/oukZD;wyj izsl ls ^^,evkbZih oSDlhu** buesa ls fdlds mEewyu ls lacafkr
(B) Famine/vdky ls gS ?
(C) Education/f'k{kk ls (A) Rotavirus/jksVkok;jl
(D) Local Self Government/LFkkuh; Lok;k 'kklu ls (B) Leprosy/dq"B jksx
53. The Adi Granth was compiled during the
(C) Rubella/:csyk
times of
(D) Japanese Encephalitis
vkfn xzUFk dk ladyu fd;k x;k Fkk
tkikuh bUlsQy
s kbfVl
(A) Guru Nanak Dev/xq# ukud nso ds dky esa
58. Which of the following is not a part of the
(B) Guru Amardas/xq# vejnkl ds dky esa
(C) Guru Arjundev/xq: vtqZunso ds dky esa
(D) Guru Hargobind/xq# gjxksfoUn ds dky esa
buesa ls dkSu Hkkjrh; ukfHkdh; f=ewfrZ dk Hkkx ugha gS ?
54. The high value of BOD (Bio-chemical (A) Agni series of missiles
Oxygen Demand) indicates that : vfXu felkbyksa dh Js.kh
ch- vks- Mh dh mPp ek=k ladsr djrh gS (B) Sukhoi - 30 MKI fighter planes
(A) Less water pollution lq[kksbZ& 30 ,edsvkbZ yM+kdw foeku
ikuh ds de iznw"k.k dh vksj (C) Kalvari Class of submarines
(B) Water is pure/ikuh 'kq) gS dyokjh iuMqfCc;ksa dh Js.kh
(C) Water is highly polluted
(D) INS Arihant/vkbZ,u,l vfjgar
ikuh cgqr iznwf"kr gS
59. Who was the Prime Minister of India, when
(D) None of these/buesa ls dksbZ ugha
the Economic Reforms of 1991 were
55. 'Graves' disease is caused by intoruduced ?
^xzsOl* chekjh lacafkr gS lu~ 1991 ds vkfFkZd lqkkjksa ds le; Hkkjr ds izkkuea=h
(A) Hyposecretion from the thyroid gland dkSu Fks ?
Fkk;jkW;M xzafFk ls U;wuL=ko.k
(A) V.P. Singh/oh-ih- flag
(B) Hypersecretion from the thyroid gland
(B) Chandra Shekhar Singh/pa'ks[kj flag
Fkk;jkW;M xzafFk ls vfr L=ko.k
(C) P.V. Narasimha Rao
(C) Hyposecretion from the adrenal gland
,Msuy xzafFk ls U;wuL=ko.k ih- oh- ujflEgk jko
(D) Hypersecretion from the adrenal gland (D) Atal Bihari Vajpayee
,Msuy xzafFk ls vfrL=ko.k vVy fcgkjh oktis;h
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60. Postal voting is otherwise called 66. In which situation, the sale of branded
articles is common ?
Mkd ernku dk vU; uke gS
czkaMsM oLrqvksa dh fch fdl fLFkfr esa vke ckr gS
(A) Plural voting/,dkfkd ernku
(A) excess capacity
(B) Proxy voting/izfriq#"k ernku
vfrfjDr {kerk
(C) Weighted voting/Hkkfjr ernku
(B) monopolistic competition
(D) Secret voting/xqIr ernku
,dkfkdkfjd izfrLikkZ
61. The product of Mass and Velocity is known
(C) monopoly/,dkfkdkj
as
(D) pure competition/fo'kq) izfrLikkZ
nzO;eku ,oa osx ds xq.kuQy dks dgrs gSa
67. On which river is the Tehri dam located ?
(A) Impulse/vkosx (B) Distance/nwjh
fVgjh ckak fdl unh ij fLFkr gS ?
(C) Momentum/laosx (D) Velocity/osx
(A) Bhagirathi/HkkxhjFkh
62. The unit for measuring solid angle
is (B) Alaknanda/vyduank
(C) Pindar/fi.Mkj
?ku dks.k ekius dh bdkbZ gS
(D) Mandakini/eankfduh
68. Who first used the term "Macro Economics'?
^o`gn vFkZ'kkL=* (Macro Economics) 'kCn dk iz;ksx
(C) Plane angle/lery dks.k
lcls igys fdlus fd;k Fkk ?
(D) Right angle/ledks.k
(A) J.M. Keynes/ts-,e- dsUl
63. Device that converts electrical anergy into
(B) Ragnar Frisch/jkxusj fLd
mechanical energy is
(C) Ragner Nukes/jkxusj U;qDl
fo|qr tkZ dks ;kaf=d tkZ esa ifjofrZr djus okyk ;a=
gS (D) Prof. Knight/izks- ukbZV
69. Which one of the following goods has only
(A) AC Generator/,lh tujsVj
exchange value ?
(B) DC Generator/Mhlh tujsVj
fuEufyf[kr esa fdl oLrq dk dsoy fofue; ewY; gS ?
(C) Cell/lsy
(A) Diamond/ghjk
(D) DC Motor/Mhlh eksVj
(B) Television/Vsyhfotu
64. The commercial name of Vinegar is
(C) Computer/dWEI;wVj
fljdk dk O;kikfjd uke gS (D) Rice/pkoy
(A) Acetic Acid/,flfVd vEy 70. Micro-Economics is also called ________ .
(B) Chloroform/DyksjksQkWeZ lw{e vFkZ'kkL= dks________Hkh dgrs gSaA
(C) Ethyl Alcohol/bFkkby ,YdksgkWy (A) Income theory
(D) Carbon tetrachloride/dkcZu VsVkDyksjkbM vk; dk fl)kar
65. Which synthetic fibre is known as artificial (B) Investment theory
silk ? fuos'k dk fl)kUr
fdl f=e js'ks dks f=e js'ke ds uke ls tkuk gS ? (C) Price theory
(A) Cotton/lwrh (B) Rayon/js;kWu dher dk fl)kUr
(C) Terylene/Vs jhyhu (D) Nylon/uk;ykWu (D) Expenditure theory
O;; dk fl)kUr
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71. Bank Money refers to 74. What is the minimum age of the 'candidate'
cSad O; dk rkRi;Z gS for the post of the VicePresident ?

## (A) Currency notes/djsalh uksVksa ls mijk"Vifr ds in ds fy, fdlh mEehnokj dh U;wure

vk;q D;k gS ?
(B) Coins/flDdksa ls
(A) 25 years/o"kZ
(C) Gold bullions/Lo.kZ cqfy;u ls
(B) 35 years/o"kZ
(D) Cheques/psdksa ls
(C) 30 years/o"kZ
72. Stagflation is a situtation of
(D) 28 years/o"kZ
LVSxys'ku fLFkfr gS
75. Per Capita Income =
(A) Stagnation and deflation
xfrjksk vkSj voLQhfr dh fr O;fDr vk; =
(B) Stagnation and recession
(A) Net National Product /
xfrjksk vkSj eanh dh Total Population
(C) Stagnation and Inflation Total Population dqy tula[;k
(B) /
xfrjksk vkSj eqnzkLQhfr dh National Income jk"Vh; vk;
(D) Stagnation and recovery
Gross National Product
xfrjksk vkSj iqu#RFkku dh (C) /
Total Population
73. Where will be 12th ICC International World
Cup (2019) held ? National Income
(D) /
12osa vkbZlhlh ,dfnolh; fdsV fo'o di 2019 dk Total Population
vk;kstu dgk gksxk ?
(A) Australia/vkWLVsfy;k
(B) England & Wales/baXySaM vkSj osYl
(C) West-Indies/osLVbaMht
(D) India/Hkkjr

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Part - IV (English Language)

Direction : In Question nos. 76 to 78, some part Direction: In Question nos. 82 to 84, a
of the sentences have errors and some are sentence/ a part of the sentence is underlined.
correct. Find out which part of a sentence has
Below are given alternatives to the underlined
an error and blacken the oval [ ] corresponding
part at (A), (B), (C) which may improve the
to the appropriate letter (A), (B), (C) and (D). If a
sentence is free from error, blacken the oval sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In
soldiers have surrendered to the Indian 82. Can I exchange my book for yours ?
troops who are patrolling the valley.
(A) my book with you
(A) have surrendered to the Indian
(B) my book with yours
(B) No error
(C) troops who are patrolling the valley (C) our book with yours
(D) The General with over 1000 officers and (D) No improvement
soldiers 83. It is time to immediately put the work in
77. Meals will be served outside on the terrace, hand.
whether allowing. (A) to put the work immediately in hand
(A) weather allowing
(B) to put the work in hand immediately
(B) No error
(C) Meals will be served (C) to put work in hands immediately
(D) outside on the terrace, (D) no improvement
78. After returning from an all-India tour, I have 84. The car's doors are loose.
to describe about it. (A) car-doors are loose
(A) No error (B) doors of the car are loose
(B) After returning from
(C) door of cars are loose
(C) I have to describe about it
(D) no improvement
(D) an all-India tour,
Directions : In Question nos. 85 to 86, out of
Directions : In Question nos. 79 to 81,
sentences given with blanks are to be filled in the four alternatives, choose the one which best
with (an) appropriate word(s). Four alternatives expresses the meaning of the given word and
are suggested for each question. Choose the mark it in the Answer Sheet.
correct alternative out of the four and indicate 85. ERUDITE
it by blackening the appropriate oval [ ] in
(A) Shallow (B) Uninformed
79. The Deputy Manager _______ to resign (C) Unschooled (D) Learned
because all his proposals were _______ down 86. DESICCATE
by his superiors.. (A) Dehydrate (B) Moisturize
(A) offered; thrown (B) gave; held
(C) Nourish (D) Damper
(C) began; kept (D) threatened; turned
Directions : In question nos. 87 to 88, choose
80. The counter clerk was very busy and _______
not pay _______ to Sameer's request. the option opposite in meaning to the given
(A) can; help (B) could; respect word and mark it in the Answer Sheet.
(C) had; cash (D) did; attention 87. MUNDANE
81. He was initially_______at the suggestion but (A) Uncommon (B) Normal
was soon _______ it himself . (C) Earthly (D) Lowly
(A) frowning; rejecting
88. MOLLIFY
(A) Allay (B) Sweeten
(C) impressed; negating
(D) thrilled; propagating (C) Pacify (D) Incite
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Directions : In question no. 89, four words are others, in diagnosing their learning needs,
given, out of which only one word is correctly formulation of learning goals, identifying
spelt. Find the correctly spelt word and mark resources for learning, choosing and
89. (A) Asafoetida (B) Asafeotida learning, outcomes. Thus, it is important to attain
(C) Asafoetada (D) Asafeotade new knowledge easily and skillfully for the rest of
Direction : In Question nos. 90 to 92, four his or her life.
alternatives are given for the Idiom/Phrase. What is the need for self-directed learning? One
Choose the alternative which best expresses reason is that there is convincing evidence that
the meaning of the Idiom/Phrase and mark it people, who take the initiative in learning, learn
in the Answer Sheet. more things and learn better than people waiting
90. Till the cows come home to be taught. The second reason is that self-
directed learning is more in tune with our natural
(A) at the instant
processes of psychological development; an
(B) a day's time
essential aspect of maturing is developing the
(C) a period of six years ability to take increasing responsibility of our own
(D) a long time lives to become increasingly self-directed. The
91. Dead Ringer third reason is that many of the new
(A) a duplicate developments in education put a heavy
(B) something very different from one's responsibility on the learners to take a good deal
imagination of initiative in their own learning. To meet the
(C) a useless article challenges in today's instructive environment,
(D) some supernatural occurrence self-directed learning is most essential.
92. Nest egg 96. In self-directed learning, an individual
(A) a group of merchants (A) takes initiative with or without the help
of others
(B) a newly found company
(B) is passive and waits for directions
(C) savings set aside for future use
(C) is helpless and dependent
(D) an idea in pipeline
(D) takes initiative,without an objective
Directions : In Question nos. 93 to 95, out of
97. There is need for self-directed learning
the four alternatives, choose the one which can because
be substituted for the given words/sentences (A) it is less challenging
and indicate it by blackening the appropriate
oval [ ] in the Answer Sheet. learn better
93. A group of six lines of verse (C) It is a more cost-effective method
(A) Quartet (B) Octet (D) It is a modern method of learning
(C) Sestet (D) Septet 98. Which word best describes self-directed
94. Determined by chance or impulse rather learning ?
than by necessity (A) Active learning
(A) Prodigal (B) Tangential (B) Passive learning
(C) Banal (D) Whimsical (C) Compulsory learning
(D) Repulsive learning
95. Cleverly amusing in tone
99. The modern environment according to the
(A) Audacious (B) Facetious author is
(C) Onerous (D) Innocuous (A) restrictive
Direction : In Question nos. 96 to 100, you have (B) instructive
a brief passage with 5 questions. Read the (C) less developed
passage carefully and choose the best answer (D) impracticable
to each question out of the four alternatives 100. The synonym of the word 'diagnosing' as used
and mark it by blackening the appropriate oval in the passage is
[ ] in the Answer Sheet. (A) searching
Self-directed learning, in its broadest (B) examining
meaning, describes a process in which individuals (C) identifying
take the initiative with or without the help of (D) complying

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