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Time Allowed: 90 Minutes

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PAPER – I

 

Total No. of Questions : 120

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Roll No. :

(Paper–I) OMR Answer Sheet No. :

 

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Name of the Candidate (in capital letters) :

 
 

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Candidate's Signature

 

Invigilator's Signature

 

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POST CODE

NAME OF THE POST

 

SUBJECT

A, B, C, D, E, F, G & H

MT (General)/ MT (Depot)/ MT (Movement)/ MT (Accounts)/ MT (Technical)/ MT (Civil Engineering)/ MT (Mechanical Engineering)/ MT (Electrical Engineering)

 

General Aptitude consisting of Reasoning, Data Analysis, Computer Awareness, General Awareness, Management and Current Affairs.

IMPORTANT:– Read the following instructions carefully. Do not mark answers on the question booklet, otherwise you may be debarred from the selection process.

1.

Before commencing to answer, check that the Question Booklet has 120 questions. Each Question Booklet will be in different series (combination of question booklet number and series). You must write correct Question Booklet Number and Question Booklet Series on your OMR Answer Sheet. Further check that there is no misprinting, overprinting and/or any other shortcoming in it. If there is any shortcoming in the question booklet, intimate the same to your room invigilator and take a fresh question booklet and a fresh OMR sheet. No complaint in this regard shall be entertained at any later stage.

IMPORTANT NOTE: The OMR Answer Sheet will be evaluated with a combination of question booklet series and question booklet number hence you must write correct question booklet series and question booklet number. Any mistake in filling any of them will lead to invalidation of your OMR Answer Sheet. Also in case of non filling of question booklet series and question booklet number the OMR Answer Sheet will not be evaluated and its sole responsibility lies on the candidate.

2.

Question paper is bilingual (Hindi/English). In case of any variation in Hindi version, English version will be taken as final for evaluation purposes.

3.

Ensure that your admit card and OMR sheet is signed by you and the invigilator. If the same is not signed, your candidature is liable to be rejected.

4.

All Multiple Choice Questions carry 1 mark. There will be no negative marking. No Mark will be awarded or deducted for not attempting a question. Darken ONLY ONE OVAL for each answer. If you darken more than one oval or any stray mark is found on more than one oval, no mark will be awarded for that oval.

5.

This is an objective type test in which each objective question is followed by four responses serialled (1) to (4). Your task is to choose the correct/best response and mark your response in the OMR Answer Sheet only as per the instructions given and NOT in the Question Booklet.

6.

Use Blue/Black Ball Point Pen for all your work on the OMR Answer Sheet. The ovals on the OMR Answer Sheet are to be completely filled by Blue/Black Ball Point Pen only. ANSWERS ONCE GIVEN CAN NOT BE CHANGED. Cutting/overwriting the answers are not allowed.

7.

Use of Calculators, Slide rules, Mobiles, calculator watches or any such devices and any other study/reference material is NOT allowed inside the examination hall and prohibited If found carrying, it shall be punishable offence.

8.

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9.

Handover OMR Answer Sheet to the invigilator on completion of the test. Do not take OMR Answer Sheet outside the examination room. Doing so is a punishable offence. The candidate can retain question paper after exam is over.

 

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DIRECTIONS: (Question Nos. 1 to 3)

From among the five

doctors 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, four engineers G, H, K, L and six teachers M, N, O, P, Q and R, some teams are to be selected. Of these 1, 2, G, H, O, P, Q are females and the rest are males. The formation of teams is subject to the following conditions.

Wherever there is a male doctor, there will not be a female teacher. Wherever there is a male engineer, there will not be a female doctor. There shall not be more than two male teachers in any team.

1. If the team consists of two doctors, two female teachers and two engineers, then all the following teams are possible except:

(1)

1, 2, K, L, P, Q

(2)

1, 2, G, H, P, Q O, P, G, H, 1, 2

(3)

1, 2, G, H, O, Q

(4)

2. If the team consists of two doctors, three female teachers and two engineers, then the members of the team are:

(1)

3, 4, O, P, Q, G, H 3, 4, K, L, O, P, Q

(2)

1, 2, O, P, Q, G, H

(3)

(4)

4, 5, G, H, O, P, Q

3. If the team consists of three doctors, two male engineers and two teachers, then the members of the team could be:

(1)

3, 4, 5, K, L, M, N

(2)

1, 2, 3, K, L, M, R 1, 2, H, M, R, P, Q

(3)

3, 4, 5, K, L, P, R

(4)

4. Pro Kabaddi League 2015 title was won by:

funsZ'k% ¼ç'u la[;k 1 ls 3½

fuEufyf[kr ik¡p MkWDVj 1, 2, 3, 4, ,oa 5,

pkj

Vhe dk p;u fd;k tkuk gSA buesa ls 1, 2, G, H, O, P, Q efgyk,a gSa ,oa ckdh iq:"kA Vhe dk fuekZ.k fuEufyf[kr 'krks± ds v/khu gksuk gSA tc Hkh dksbZ iq:"k MkWDVj gks rks efgyk f'k{kd ugha gksxhA tc Hkh dksbZ iq:"k bathfu;j gks rks dksbZ efgyk MkWDVj ugha gksxhA fdlh Hkh Vhe esa nks ls T;knk iq:"k f'k{kd ugha gksaxsA

bathfu;j G, H, K, L ,oa N% f'k{kd M, N, O, P, Q ,oa R esa ls

1. ;fn Vhe esa nks MkWDVj] nks efgyk f'k{kd ,oa nks bathfu;j gSa] rks fuEufyf[kr lHkh Vhe laHko gS flok;%

(1)

1, 2, K, L, P, Q

(2)

1, 2, G, H, P, Q

(3)

1, 2, G, H, O, Q

(4)

O, P, G, H, 1, 2

2. ;fn Vhe esa nks MkWDVj] rhu efgyk f'k{kd ,oa nks bathfu;j gSa] rks Vhe ds lnL; gksaxs%

(1)

3, 4, O, P, Q, G, H

(2)

1, 2, O, P, Q, G, H

(3)

3, 4, K, L, O, P, Q

(4)

4, 5, G, H, O, P, Q

3. ;fn Vhe esa rhu MkWDVj] nks iq:"k bathfu;j ,oa nks f'k{kd gSa] rks Vhe ds lnL; gksaxs%

(1)

3, 4, 5, K, L, M, N

(2)

1, 2, 3, K, L, M, R

(3)

3, 4, 5, K, L, P, R

(4)

1, 2, H, M, R, P, Q

4. çks dcìh yhx 2015 dk ind fdlds }kjk thrk x;k%

 

(1)

Jaipur Pink Panther

(2)

Benguluru Bulls

(1)

t;iqj fiad iSUFkj ;w eqEck

(2)

cSaxyw: cqYl

(3)

U Mumba

 

(4)

Dabang Delhi

 

(3)

(4) ncax fnYyh

5. STATEMENT:

 

5. dFku% lHkh yM+ds yM+fd;k¡ gSA dksbZ Hkh yM+dh firk ugha gS fu’d’kZ%

 

All boys are girls No girl is a father

 

CONCLUSION:

 

I.

All girls are boys

II.

No boy is a father

I.

lHkh yM+fd;k¡ yM+ds gSa

II.

dksbZ Hkh yM+dk firk ugha gS

(1)

Only I is true Only I and II are true

(2)

Only II is true

 

(1)

dsoy I lR; gS dsoy I ,oa II lR; gS

(2)

dsoy II lR; gS buesa ls dksbZ Hkh lR; ugha gS

(3)

(4) None of them is true

(3)

(4)

6. STATEMENTS:

 

6. dFku% dqN vaxwBh ghjs gSa lHkh Qy Lokfn’V gSa dqN Lokfn’V ghjs gSa lHkh ghjs cknke gSa fu’d’kZ%

 
 

Some rings are diamonds All fruits are tasty Some tasty are diamonds All diamonds are almonds

 

CONCLUSIONS:

 

I.

Some almonds are fruits

II.

No ring is almond

I.

lHkh cknke Qy gSa

II.

dksbZ Hkh vaxwBh cknke ugha gS

(1)

Only conclusion I follows Only conclusion II follows Both conclusion I and II follows

(1) dsoy fu’d’kZ I dk vuqlj.k gksrk gS (2) dsoy fu’d’kZ II dk vuqlj.k gksrk gS

(2)

(3)

(3)

nksuksa fu’d’kks± I ,oa II dk vuqlj.k gksrk gS

   

(4)

None follow

(4) dksbZ Hkh fu’d’kZ vuqlj.k ugha gksrk gS

7. Who among the following were well known for their study on poverty in India:

7. fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdls Hkkjr esa xjhch ij v/;;u ds fy;s HkyhHkk¡fr tkuk tkrk gS%

(1)

V.M. Dandekar

(2) Neel Kanth

(1)

oh-,e- MkaMsdj

(2)

uhy daB nksuksa (1) ,oa (2)

(3)

Raghuram Rajan

(4)

Both (1) & (2)

(3)

j?kqjke jktu

(4)

MTFCX5 [ A–1 ]

PAPER – I [652157]

DIRECTIONS: In the following question, a question is posed followed by two statements, I & II. Select the choice as follows.

A If statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question

B If statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question

C If statements I & II are required to answer the question

D If statements I and II together are insufficient and more data is needed to answer the question

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A. ;fn dsoy dFku I ç”uksÙkj ds fy, i;kZIr gS

B. ;fn dsoy dFku II ç”uksÙkj ds fy, i;kZIr gS

C. ;fn dFku I ,oa II nksuksa ç”uksÙkj ds fy, vko”;d gSa

D. ;fn dFku I ,oa II nksuksa ç”uksÙkj ds fy, vi;kZIr gSa vkSj ç”uksÙkj ds fy, T;knk vkdM+ks dh t:jr gS

 

Question:

 

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8.

Will the power position become satisfactory within 3 years due to privatisation of distribution in Delhi:

8. fnYyh esa fo|qr forj.k futhdj.k gksus ds ifj.kker% D;k fctyh dh fLFkfr rhu o’kksZa esa larks’ktud gks tk,xh% dFku%

Statements:

 

I Distribution losses will be cut by 30% in the next three years

II Power requirements are growing by 10% each year

I

forj.k {k; vkxkeh 3 lkyksa esa 30% ?kVsxh

II

fo|qr vko”;drk 10% çfro’kZ c<+ jgh gS

(1)

A

(2)

B

(1)

A

(2)

B

(3)

C

(4) D
(4)
D

(3)

C

(4)

D

9.

In the diagram given below, if the circle F represents women living with families, W represents working women and S represents women who are studying, what does the shaded area represent?

9. uhps fn, vkjs[k esa ;fn F o`Rr ifjokj ds lkFk jgus okyh efgykvksa dk izfrfuf/kRo djrk gS] W dkedkth efgykvksa dk izfrfuf/kRo djrk gS vkSj S v/;;ujr efgykvksa dk izfrfuf/kRo djrk gS rks Nk;kafdr Hkkx fdldk izfrfuf/kRo djrk gS\

   
 
   
 

(1)

Women who are studying and working Women who are living independently and studying

(1) v/;;ujr vkSj dkedkth efgykvksa dk

(2)

(2) Lora= :Ik ls jgus okyh vkSj v/;;ujr efgykvksa dk (3) vius ifjokj ds lkFk jgus okyh vkSj v/;;ujr efgykvksa dk (4) vius ifjokj ds lkFk jgus okyh] v/;;ujr vkSj dkedkth efgykvksa dk

(3)

Women who are living with their families and studying

(4)

Women who are living with their families, studying and working

10.

One of the pioneering robots, that went missing into space almost a decade ago, has been recently found on the surface of red planet. Name it:

10. çFke iFkçn”kZd jkscksV tks fd ,d n”kd iwoZ vUrfj{k esa [kks x;k Fkk] vHkh gky gh esa yky xzg ds lrg ij ik;k x;kA bldk uke crk,a%

 

(1)

Beagle 2

(2)

Mars–2 Prop–M. Rover Spirit (MER–A)

 

(1)

Beagle 2

   

(2)

Mars–2 Prop–M. Rover Spirit (MER–A)

(3)

Mars Rover

 

(4)

(3)

Mars Rover

 

(4)

 

11.

Union Government appointed four brand Ambassaders for Digital India Programme recently. Who among these is an author and ethical hacker:

11. Hkkjr ljdkj us vHkh gky gh esa fMthVy bafM;k çksxzke ds fy;s pkj czkWUM ,EcsLMj dh fu;qfä fd;k gSA fuEufyf[kr esa dkSu ,d ys[kd ,oa bFkhdy gSdj gS%

(1)

Pranav Mistry

(2) Satwat Jagwani

 

(1)

ç.ko feL=h

(2) lror txokuh (4) vafdr QkfM;k

(3)

Krati Tiwari

 

(4) Ankit Fadia

 

(3)

Øfr frokjh

12.

A

mountain which was recently renamed ‘Denali’ is in

12. ,d ioZr] ftldk vHkh gky gh esa iqu% ukedj.k ^nsukyh* fd;k x;k] fdl ns”k esa gS%

which country:

 
(1) USA
(1)
USA

(2)

Russia

(3) China

(4)

Australia

(1) ;w-,l-,-

(2)

:l

(3) phu

(4) vkWLVªsfy;k

13.

A $ B means ‘A’ is father of B,

 

13. $ B dk vFkZ gS ‘A’ firk gS ^B* dk]

A

A # B means ‘A’ is sister of B,

A

# B dk vFkZ gS ‘A’ cgu gS ^B* dh]

A ψ B means ‘A’ is daughter of B and

 

A

ψ B dk vFkZ gS ‘A’ csVh gS ^B* dh vkSj

A @ B means ‘A’ is brother of B.

A

@ B dk vFkZ gS ‘A’ HkkbZ gS ^B* dk

 

Then which of the following expressions indicates the relationship ‘R’ is wife of ‘K’

rks fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu&lh vfHkO;fä ^R iRuh gS K dh]* dks n”kkZrk gS\

(1)

K @ P $ T ψ R K $ P ψ T @ R

(2)

K $ P @ T ψ R

(1)

K @ P $ T ψ R K $ P ψ T @ R

(2)

K $ P @ T ψ R K $ P # T @ R

(3)

(4)

K $ P # T @ R

(3)

(4)

MTFCX5 [ A–2 ]

PAPER – I [652157]

14. It will require a great deal of courage on part of lawmakers in Delhi to introduce and pass laws for licensing and registration of arms possession. Many feel private ownership of arms is the main cause of sociological ills of the country. The arms lobby in Delhi would describe it as an invasion on personal liberty. Select the best argument against strict registration of arms:

(1) It would be difficult to enforce

(2)

It would be violation of rights in the constitution

(3) Most murders/crimes are committed by the privately owned arms

(4)

Some murders are committed without the use of arms

15. In a 20 pages book, pages 1 and 2 face each other, 3 and 4 face each other, 5 and 6 face each other. This pattern is repeated till the end. The product of 2 pages facing each other in this book cannot be:

(1) 184
(1)
184

(2)

132

(3)

90

(4)

56

16. There are 50 employees in the office of ABC company. Of these 22 have taken an accounting course, 15 have taken a course in finance, and 4 have taken a marketing course, None of the employees have taken exactly two of the courses, and one employee has taken all of these courses. How many of the 50 employees have taken none of the course?

(1)

9

(2) 11
(2)
11

(3)

12

(4) None of these

17. In a certain code STREAMLINE is written as BFSUTDMHKL. How is SCIENTIFIC written in that code?

(1)

OFJDTBHEHS

(2) OFJDTDJGJU

(3)

OFJTBDHESH

(4) OFJDTDGJUT

18. In a group of 36 persons, a total of 16 take cold drink while 9 take only cold drink not green coconut drink. How many persons in this group take only green coconut drink but not cold drink. (Every person take drink either cold drink or green coconut or both):

(1) 27

(2)

25

(3) 20
(3)
20

(4)

22

19. Which of the following circuit is used as a 'Memory device' in computers?

14. fnYyh esa dkuwu fuekZrkvks ds fy, “kL= j[kus ds fy, ykbZlsal ysuk ,oa iathdj.k djokus ds fy, dkuwu çLrkfor ,oa ikfjr djus ds fy, vnE; lkgl dh vko”;drk gSA dqN yksx ekurs gSa fd “kL=ksa dk futh ç;ksx ns”k dh lkekftd cqjkbZvksa dk eq[; dkj.k gSA fnYyh fLFkr “kL= ykWch bls vius O;fäxr Lora=rk ij geyk ekusaxhA “kL=ks ds l[r iathdj.k ds fo:) lokZf/kd Js’B rdZ okys fodYi dks pqusa% (1) bls ykxw djuk nq’dj gksxk (2) blls lafo/kku esa fn, x;s vf/kdkjksa dk guu gksxk (3) T;knkrj gR;k ,oa tqeZ uhth “kL=ksa ls fd, tkrs gSa

(4)

dqN gR;k fcuk “kL=ksa ds ç;ksx ls fd, tkrs gSa

15. ,d 20 i`’B okyh fdrkc esa] i`’B 1 ,oa 2, 3 ,oa 4, 5 ,oa 6 ,d nwljs ds lEeq[k gSaA ;g çfØ;k vUr rd nqgjkbZ tkrh gSA lEeq[k okys nks i`’Bksa dk xq.kuQy ugha gks ldrk%

(1)

184

(2)

132

(3)

90

(4)

56

16. ABC dEiuh esa 50 deZpkjh gSaA buesa ls 22 us ys[kkadu dk dkslZ fd;k gS] 15 us foÙk dk dkslZ fd;k gS ,oa 4 us foi.ku dk dkslZ fd;k gSA fdlh Hkh deZpkjh us Bhd nks dkslZ ugha fd;k gS ,oa ,d deZpkjh us lHkh dkslZ fd;s gq, gSaA 50 deZpkfj;ksa esa ls fdrus deZpkfj;ksa us dksbZ dkslZ ugha fd;k%

(1)

(3)

9

12

(2)

(4)

11

buesa ls dksbZ ugha

17. fdlh fuf”pr dksM esa STREAMLINE dks BFSUTDMHKL fy[kk tkrk gSA mlh dksM esa SCIENTIFIC dks dSls fy[kk tk;sxk%

(1)

(3)

OFJDTBHEHS

OFJTBDHESH

(2) OFJDTDJGJU

(4) OFJDTDGJUT

18. O;fä;ksa ds lewg esa] 16 yksx dksYM fMªad ysrs gSa tc fd 9 yksx

dsoy dksYM fMªad ysrs gSa] ukfj;y ikuh ughaA bl lewg esa fdrus O;fä ,sls gSa tks dsoy ukfj;y ikuh ysrs gSa] dksYM fMªad ugha ¼çR;sd O;fä fMªad ysrk gS pkgs og dksYM fMªad gks ;k ukfj;y ikuh ;k nksuksa½%

36

(1)

27

(2)

25

(3)

20

(4)

22

19. dEI;wVjksa esa ^eseksjh fMokbl* ds :i esa fuEu esa ls dkSuls ifjiFk dk iz;ksx fd;k tkrk gS\

(1)

Rectifier

(2) Flip-Flop

(1) fn’Vdkjh

(2) f¶yi&¶yki

(3)

Comparator

(4) Attenuator

(3) rqyukdkjh

(4) ruwdkjh

20. India successfully launched its 1 st dedicated satellite for astronomy ‘ASTROSAT’ recently. This success made India a member of elite group of nations having their own space observatory. The elite group does not consist of the following nation:

20. Hkkjr us gky gh esa viuk igyk iw.kZ :i ls lefiZr [kxksyh; ^ASTROSAT* lQyrk iwoZd NksM+k gSA bl lQyrk us Hkkjr dks mu loksZRÑ’V jk’Vªksa ds leqnk; dk lnL; cuk;k ftudh viuh os/k”kkyk varfj{k esa gSA fuEufyf[kr ns”k bu loksRÑ’V jk’Vªksa ds leqnk; esa “kkfey ugha gS%

(1)

USA

(2) China
(2) China

(1) ;w-,l-,-

(2) phu

(3)

Japan

(4) Russia

(3) tkiku

(4) :l

MTFCX5 [ A–3 ]

PAPER – I [652157]

21. In Microsoft Excel a Worksheet has 65536 rows and:

21. ekbZØkslkW¶V ,Dlsy odZ'khV esa 65536 drkjsa ,oa%

(1)

200 columns

(2) 256 columns

(1)

200 dkWyEl gksrh gSa 65536 dkWyEl gksrh gSa

(2)

256 dkWyEl gksrh gSa 192 dkWyEl gksrh gSa

(3)

65536 columns

(4) 192 columns

(3)

(4)

22. Identify the wrong match.

 

22. fuEufyf[kr esa ls xyr tksM+s dks igpkusaA (1) fo”oukFk f=ikBh & O;kseds”k nosZ”k

 

(1)

Vishwanath Tripathi – Vyomkesh Darvesh

 

(2)

Narendra Kohli – Na Bhooto Na Bhavishyati

 

(2)

ujsUæ dksgyh & u Hkrks u Hkfo’;fr

(3)

Dr.

Kamal

Kishore Goenka – Prem

Chand

Ki

(3) MkW- dey fd”kksj xks;sudk & çse pUn dh dgkfu;ksa dk dky

 

Kahaniyon Ka Kaal Kramanussar Adhyayan

 

Øekuqlkj v/;;u jke foykl “kekZ & vke ds iRrs

 

(4)

Ram Vilas Sharma – Aam K Patte

 

(4)

23. The theme of International day of peace for the year 2015 is:

(1)

Association for Peace – Peace for all Peace Initiatives – Prosperity for all

 

(2)

(3)

Partnership for Peace – Dignity for all

(4)

Peaceful Resolutions – Solutions for all

24. Who will host 2022 Asian games?

23. o’kZ 2015 ds vUrZjk’Vªh; “kkfUr fnol dk Fkhe gS% (1) ,lksf”k,lu QkWj ihl & ihl QkWj vkWy (2) ihl buhfl,fVo & çklifjVh QkWj vkWy (3) ikVZujf”ki QkWj ihl & fMfXuVh QkWj vkWy (4) ihlQqy fjtksY;w”kUl & lkY;w”ku QkWj vkWy

24. 2022 ,f”k;kbZ [ksyksa dh estckuh dkSu djsxk\

(1)

Beijing

(2) Jakarta

(1) chftax

(2) tdkrkZ

(3)

Guangzhou

(4) Hangzhou

(3) Xokax>km

(4) gSax>km

25. To save water and protect environment hybrid vacuum toilets was installed recently by Indian Railways on trial basis in:

(1)

Delhi – Mumbai Rajdhani Train Delhi – Kolkata Rajdhani Train

(2)

(3)

Delhi – Dibrugarh Rajdhani Train

(4)

Delhi – Chennai Rajdhani Train

26. 8 th edition global innovation index 2015 was released recently. India’s rank in GII 2015:

25. ty ,oa okrkoj.k ds laj{k.k gsrq Hkkjrh; jsyos us vHkh gky gh esa gkbZfczM oSDd;we çlk/ku ¼”kkSpky;½ dk Vªk;y fdl Vªsu esa fd;k% (1) fnYyh & eqEcbZ jkt/kkuh Vªsu (2) fnYyh & dksydkrk jkt/kkuh Vªsu (3) fnYyh & fMczwx<+ jkt/kkuh Vªsu (4) fnYyh & pSébZ jkt/kkuh Vªsu

26. vkBok¡ laLdj.k Xykscy buksos”ku lwpdkad 2015 vHkh gky gh esa tkjh fd;k x;kA GII 2015 esa Hkkjr dk LFkku gS%

(1)

76

(2) 81
(2)
81

(1)

76

(2)

81

(3)

82

(4)

86

(3)

82

(4)

86

27. An organisation that has developed capacity to adapt and change is described as:

(1) Virtual organisation

(2)

Learning organisation

(3)

(4)

Changing organisation Developing organisation

28. The phenomenon of temporarily closing down the undertaking forcing workers to accept the demands of employer is:

(1) Lay-off (2) Retrenchment

(3)

Lock out

(4) Termination

29. The theory which explains affiliation in Group formation and dynamics is called:

(1)

Proximity theory

(2) Balance theory

(3)

Exchange theory

(4) Propinquity theory

30. Who is the father of Quality Circles?

27. ftl laxBu us vuqdwyu vkSj cnyko dh {kerk fodflr dj yh gS] mls fuEu :i esa of.kZr fd;k tkrk gS%

(1) okLrfod laxBu (2) lh[k jgk laxBu (3) ifjorÊ laxBu (4) fodkl”khy laxBu

28. miØe dks vLFkk;h :i ls cUn djds dkexkjksa dks fu;ksäk dh ekaxs iwjh djus ds fy, foo”k djus dh ?kVuk dks dgrs gSa%

(1)

vLFkk;h NaVuh

(3) rkykcUnh

(2)

NaVuh

(4) lekiu

29. lewg fuekZ.k vkSj xfr”khyrk ¼MkbuSfeDl½ esa lEc)rk dks Li’V djus okyk fl)kUr gS%

(1)

lkehI; fl)kUr

(2)

lUrqyu fl)kUr

(3)

fofue; fl)kUr

(4)

lkn`”; fl)kUr

30. xq.koÙkk pØksa dk tud dkSu gS%

(1)

Lewin

(2) Robert Owen Ishikawa

(1)

ysfou

(2) jkcVZ vksou b”khdkok

(3)

Udpa

(4) None of above

(3)

mMik

(4)

buesa ls dksbZ ugha

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DIRECTIONS: (Question No. 31 to 35)

The following questions are based on graphic information for company A and company B.

Figures of gross sales, gross profit and net profit have been provided in crore rupees. The gross profit is arrived after deducting all direct expenses (treat variable where ever required) related to production/sales units and net profit is arrived after deducting all indirect expenses (treat fixed where ever required) which are not directly related to production/sales units.

fuEufyf[kr ç”u dEiuh A ,oa dEiuh B ds fy;s xzkfQd lwpukvksa ij vk/kkfjr gSA ldy fcØh] ldy ykHk ,oa “kq) ykHk

ds vk¡dM+s djksM+ #i;ksa esa fn;s x, gSaA ldy ykHk mRiknu@fcØh bdkbZ;ksa ls lEcfU/kr lHkh çR;{k [kpks± ¼ifjorÊ ekus tgk¡ vko”;drk gks½ dks ?kVkus ds ckn fudkys x, gSa ,oa “kq) ykHk lHkh vçR;{k [kpks± ¼LFkk;h ekus tgk¡ vko”;drk gks½] tks fd mRiknu@fcØh bdkbZ;ksa ls çR;{kr% lEcfU/kr ugha gS] dks ?kVkus ds ckn fudkyk x;k gSA

funsZ”k% ¼ç”u la[;k 31 ls 35½

Company A (Rs. in crore)
Company A
(Rs. in crore)
Company B (Rs. in crore)
Company B
(Rs. in crore)

31. If direct expenses are the criteria to judge inflationary conditions, which year should be under the grip of highest inflation after analysis of the data of both companies during five year:

(1) 2011 (2) 2013

(3) 2014

(4) 2015
(4)
2015

32. After analysing the data of both companies during five years the highest, indirect expenses to gross sales ratio has been achieved by:

31. ;fn çR;{k [kpsZ fLQfr n”kkvksa dk fu.kZ; djus ds fy;s ,d dlkSVh gS] rks ik¡p o’kks± ds nkSjku nksuksa dEifu;ksa ds vk¡dM+ks dk fo”ys’k.k djus ds i”pkr~ dkSu&lk o’kZ loksZPp fLQfr dh idM+ esa gS%

(1)

2011

(2) 2013

(3)

2014

(4) 2015

32. ik¡p o’kks± ds nkSjku nksuksa dEifu;ksa ds vk¡dM+ks dk fo”ys’k.k djus ds i”pkr~ loksZPp] vçR;{k [kpsZ ls ldy fcØh vuqikr] fdlds }kjk çkIr fd;k x;k gS%

(1)

Company A, in 2014 Company B, in 2015

(2) Company B, in 2012

(1)

2014 esa] dEiuh A }kjk 2015 esa] dEiuh B }kjk

(2)

2012 esa] dEiuh B }kjk 2011 esa] dEiuh A }kjk

(3)

(4) Company A, in 2011

(3)

(4)

33. After analysing data of both companies during five years the highest, net profit to gross sales ratio has been achieved by:

(1) Company A, in 2011 (2)

(4)

(3)

Company A, in 2012

Company B, in 2013 Company B, in 2011

34. After analysing data of both companies during five

years the highest, gross operating margin percentage has been achieved by:

(1)

Comapny B, in 2011

(3)

Company A, in 2012

(2)

(4)

Company B, in 2012 Company A, in 2014

35. In which two years break even point sales of both the companies will be same:

33. ik¡p o’kks± ds nkSjku nksuksa dEifu;ksa ds vk¡dM+ks dk fo”ys’k.k djus ds i”pkr~ loksZPp] “kq) ykHk ls ldy fcØh vuqikr] çkIr fd;k x;k gS%

(1)

2011 esa] dEiuh A }kjk

(2)

2013 esa] dEiuh B }kjk

(3)

2012 esa] dEiuh A }kjk

(4)

2011 esa] dEiuh B }kjk

34. ik¡p o’kks± ds nkSjku nksuksa dEifu;ksa ds vk¡dM+ks dk fo”ys’k.k djus ds i”pkr~ loksZPp] ldy çpkyu ekftZu çfr”kr çkIr fd;k x;k gS%

(1)

(3)

2011 esa] dEiuh B }kjk 2012 esa] dEiuh A }kjk

2012 esa] dEiuh B }kjk

(4) 2014 esa] dEiuh A }kjk

(2)

35. dkSu&ls nks o’kks± esa nksuksa dEifu;ksa dk fcØh lerk fcUnq ¼break even point½ ,d cjkcj gksxk%

(1) 2011, 2013

(2)

2012, 2013 None of these

(1)

2011, 2013

(2)

2012, 2013

(3)

2013, 2014

(4)

(3)

2013, 2014

(4)

buesa ls dksbZ ugha

36. If interest payments are subtracted from gross fiscal deficit, the remainder will be:

36. ;fn ldy jktLo ?kkVs ls C;kt dk Hkqxrku ?kVk;k tkrk gS rks “ks’kQy gksxk%

(1)

Revenue deficit

(2) Gross primary deficit

(1)

vk; ?kkVk

(2)

ldy ç/kku ?kkVk

(3)

Capital deficit

(4) Budgetary deficit

(3)

iw¡th ?kkVk

(4) ctV ?kkVk

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37. Which of the following are included in the original jurisdiction of the Supreme Court?

1. A dispute between the Government of India and one or more states.

2. A dispute regarding elections to either house of the parliament or that of legislative of a state.

3. A dispute between the Government of India and a union territory.

4. A dispute between two or more states.

Select the correct answers using the codes.

(1) 1 and 2 (3) 1 and 4
(1)
1 and 2
(3)
1 and 4

(2)

(4)

2 and 3 3 and 4

38. Enzymes are organic compounds of protein category which:

37. loksZPp&U;k;ky; ds ekSfyd vf/kdkj {ks= ds vUrZxr fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu&lk lfEefyr fd;k tkrk gS\

1. Hkkjr ljdkj ,oa ,d ;k T;knk jkT;ksa ds e/; ,d fookn

2. laln ds fdlh Hkh lnu ;k jkT;ksa ds fo/kku&lHkk ds pquko ls lEcfU/kr ,d fookn

3. Hkkjr ljdkj ,oa la?k”kkflr {ks= ds e/; ,d fookn

4. nks ;k vf/kd jkT;ksa ds e/; ,d fookn

dksMks dk ç;ksx djrs gq, lgh mÙkj pqusaA

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

1 ,oa 2 2 ,oa 3 1 ,oa 4 3 ,oa 4

38. ,UtkbZEl çksVhu Js.kh dk ,d vkxsZfud dEikmUM gS tks%

(1)

thou çfØ;k esa ,d mRçsjd ds :i esa dk;Z djrk gS

(1)

Acts as catalysts in life process

 

(2) jä esa vkWDlhtu dh vkiwfrZ ds ra= esa lgk;rk djrk gS

(2)

Help in the mechanism of supply of oxygen in blood Help to regulate the manner and rate of use of glucose in body Help in heredity maintenance

(3)

“kjhj esa Xywdkst ds ç;ksx ds <ax ,oa nj dks fofu;fer djus esa

(3)

lgk;rk djrk gS (4) vkuqokaf”kdh j[kj[kko esa lgk;rk djrk gS

(4)

39. The name of a candidate for the office of President of India is proposed by:

(1)

(2)

Any five Citizens of India Any five Members of the Parliament

(3)

Any fifty Members of the Electoral College

(4)

Any ten Members of the Electoral College

40. The principle that a subordinate should receive order and be responsible to only one boss is known as:

39. Hkkjr ds jk’Vªifr in ds fy;s vH;FkÊ dk uke çLrkfor fd;k tkrk

gS% (1) Hkkjr ds fdlh ik¡p ukxfjd }kjk

(2) laln ds fdlh ik¡p lnL; }kjk (3) bysDVksjy dkWfyt ds fdUgha ipkl lnL;ksa }kjk (4) bysDVksjy dkWfyt ds fdUgha nl lnL;ksa }kjk

40. ;g fl)kar fd v/khuLFk dks vkns”k izkIr djuk pkfg, vkSj dsoy ,d vf/kdkjh ds izfr tokcnsg gksuk pkfg,] dgykrk gS%

(1)

Unity of command

(2)

Unity of direction Span of direction

(1)

deku dh ,drk fu;a=.k dh foLr`fr

(2)

funsZ”ku dh ,drk funsZ”ku dh foLr`fr

(3)

Span of control

(4)

(3)

(4)

41. The term ‘gang boss’ is used in:

41. Vksyh ljnkj ¼gang boss½ “kCn dk iz;ksx fuEu esa fd;k tkrk gS%

(1)

Line organization Line and staff organization

(2)

Staff organization

(1)

ykbu laxBu ykbu vkSj LVkQ laxBu

(2)

LVkQ laxBu

(3)

(4)

All of these

(3)

(4)

;s lHkh

42. Delphi technique is associated with:

42. MsYQh rduhd fuEu ls lacaf/kr gS%

 

(1)

Decision Making

(2) Planning

(1)

fu.kZ; ysuk

(2) fu;kstu

(3)

Staffing

(4) Directing

(3)

deZpkjh vfHkfoU;kl

(4)

funsZf”kr djuk

43. One megabyte is:

 

43. ,d esxkckbZV gS%

 
 

(1)

1048576 Bytes

 

(2)

1068576 Bytes None of these

(1)

1048576 ckbZV~l

(2)

1068576 ckbZV~l buesa ls dksbZ ugha

(3)

1058576 Bytes

(4)

(3)

1058576 ckbZV~l

(4)

44. The most frequently used instructions of a computer program are likely to be fetched from the:

44. dEI;wVj çksxzke }kjk lokZf/kd ckj ç;qä gksus okys funsZ”k vf/kdkj fuEufyf[kr ls çkIr gksrs gSa%

(1)

Hard disk

(2) Cache Memory

(1)

gkMZ fMLd

(2) dS”k eseksjh

(3)

RAM

(4) None of these

(3)

RAM

(4)

buesa ls dksbZ ugha

45. Which of the following commands is given to lock the computer in windows?

(1)

Ctrl + Alt + Del

 

(2)

Ctrl + Shift + Tab None of these

(3)

Ctrl + Shift + Del

(4)

45. foUMkst esa dEI;wVj ykWd djus ds fy;s fn;k x;k dekUM gS%

(1)

Ctrl + Alt + Del

(2)

Ctrl + Shift + Tab

(3)

Ctrl + Shift + Del

(4)

buesa ls dksbZ ugha

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46. In a laboratory study, 100 rabbits in an experimental group were injected with serum D and 100 rabbits in control group were injected with harmless sugar solution. In one week 50% of experimental group contracted jungle fever a very contagious disease. Therefore jungle fever must be caused by a substance similar to substances in Serum D. This argument would be strengthened if:

(1)

Normal rate of jungle fever in rabbits is less than 1%

(2)

50% of control group rabbits had also contracted jungle fever in the same time

(3)

The

Serum

D

has

substances

extracted

from

a

poisonous jungle flower

(4)

The blood samples of fever victims invariably contains

 

a high level of toxic substances also found in Serum D

47. What is the chronological (first published first and so on) correct sequence of the following books?

1. Richard Attenborough – In search of Gandhi

2. Louis Fischer – The life of Mahatama Gandhi

3. E.H. Erikson – Gandhi’s truth

4. J. Eaton – Gandhi, Fighter without a sword

Select the correct answers from the codes given below.

(1)

4, 2, 3, 1

(2)

4, 3, 1, 2 1, 2, 4, 3

(3)

2, 4, 3, 1

(4)

48. Who in census of India applied the ‘ternary diagram’ for the functional classification of towns of India:

46. ç;ksx”kkyk v/;;u esa 100 [kjkxks”k¨a ds ,d ijh{k.k leqnk; dks lhje ^Mh* dh lwbZ yxkbZ xbZ vkSj fu;a=.k leqnk; okys 100 [kjxks”kksa ij gkfujfgr phuh ?kksy dh lwbZ yxkbZ xbZA ,d lIrkg ds vUnj ijh{k.k leqnk; ds 50% [kjxks”kksa dks taxy Toj uked laØked jksx gks x;k vFkkZr~ taxy Toj mlh rRo ls gksrk gS tks lhje ^Mh* esa ik;k tkrk gSA bl rdZ dks l”kä cukrk gS ;fn%

[kjxks”kksa esa taxy Toj dh lkekU; nj 1% ls de gS

(2) fu;a=.k leqnk; okys 50% [kjxks”kksa esa Hkh mlh le; taxy Toj uked jksx ik;k x;k Fkk

(1)

(3)

lhje ^Mh* ds rRoksa dks ,d tgjhys taxyh Qwy ls fudkyk tkrk

(4)

gS Toj ihfM+rksa ds jä uewus esa mPp Lrj ds fo’kSys rRo ik, x, tks lhje ^Mh* esa Hkh ekStwn Fks

47. fuEufyf[kr iqLrdksa dks dkyØe ¼igys çdkf”kr igys ,oa blh rjg mlds ckn½ ds vuqlkj lgh vuqØe esa yxk,a\

1. fjpMZ ,Vucjks & bu lpZ vkWQ xk¡/kh

2. yqbl fQ”kj & n ykbZQ vkWQ egkRek xk¡/kh

3. bZ-,p- ,fjDlu & xk¡/kht&VªwFk

4. ts- bZVu & xk¡/kh] QkbZVj fonkmV , lksMZ

uhps fn;s x, dksMks ls lgh mÙkj pqusaA

(1)

4, 2, 3, 1

(2)

4, 3, 1, 2

(3)

2, 4, 3, 1

(4)

1, 2, 4, 3

48. Hkkjr ds tux.kuk esa Hkkjr ds dLcksa ds dk;kZRed oxÊdj.k gsrq =;kRed vkjs[k fdlus ç;qä fd;k%

(1) P. Padamanabha (2)

A.R. Nanda

(1)

ih- inekukHkk

(2)

,-vkj- uUnk

(3)

Ashok Mitra

(4)

Chandra Shekhar

(3)

v”kksd fe=k

(4)

pUæ “ks[kj

49. Which Gharana of classical singing did late Pandit Bhimsen Joshi belong to?

49. LoxÊ; iafMr Hkhelsu tks”kh “kkL=h; xk;u ds fdl ?kjkus ls lEcfU/kr gSa\

(1) Dhrupad

(2) Maihar

(1) /kzqin

(2) eSgj

(3) Kirana
(3)
Kirana

(4) Etawah

(3) fdjkuk

(4) bVkok

50. Dr. Norman Borlaug is famous as father of the green revolution in 1960’s. His initial goal was to create varities of wheat adapted to the climate of:

50. 1960 esa gfjr ØkfUr ds tud ds :i esa MkW- ukWjeu ckWjykx çfl) gSaA mudk çkjfEHkd mís”; xsgw¡ ds mu çtkfr;ksa dks iSnk djuk Fkk tks fuEu ds okrkoj.k ds vuqdwy Fkk%

(1)

India

(2) Mexico
(2) Mexico

(1) Hkkjr

(2) eSfDldks

(3)

USA

(4) China

(3) ;w-,l-,-

(4) phu

51. Which of the following in not a Simulation Technique of development?

(1) In-basket

(2)

Case Study Management Games

(3)

Sensitivity Training

(4)

52. ‘Indian Standard Meridian’ passes through the states of:

(1)

Uttar

Pradesh,

Madhya

Pradesh,

Chhatishgarh,

 

Odisha, and Andhra Pradesh

 

(2)

Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha and West Bengal Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh Tamilnadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Odisha and West Bengal

(3)

(4)

51. fuEu esa ls dkSu fodkl dk vuqdj.k rduhd ugha gS\

(1) bu&ckLdsV

(3)

laos|rk izf”k{k.k

(2) ekeyk v/;;u

(4) izca/ku [ksy

52. ^bafM;u LVS.MMZ esfjfM;u* fdu jkT;ksa ls gksdj xqtjrk gS% (1) mÙkj&çns”k] e/;&çns”k] NÙkhlx<+] vksfM”kk ,oa vkU/kz çns”k (2) mÙkj&çns”k] fcgkj] >kj[k.M] vksfM”kk ,oa if”pe&caxky (3) mÙkj&çns”k] jktLFkku] egkjk’Vª] xqtjkr ,oa e/;&çns”k (4) rfeyukMw] dukZVd] vkU/kz&çns”k] vksfM”kk ,oa if”pe&caxky

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53. Pick the choice diagram that best represents the following relationship:

Insat 1B, Satellites, Insat 1C, Aircraft, Metsat.

 

A.

A.
  A. B.

B.

  A. B.

C.

C.
C. D.

D.

C. D.
(1) A
(1)
A

(2)

B

(3)

C

(4)

D

54. function

The

control

of

management

can

not

be

 

performed without:

   

(1)

Planning

 

(2) Organizing

(3)

Staffing

(4) Directing

 

55. To retain the chief/senior executives in an organization which one is an appropriate strategy:

53. ml j[kkfp=s

dks puq s tks fuEufyf[kr lEcU/k dks mfpr :i eas n”kkrkZ g%S

bulSV 1B] mixzg] bulSV 1C] ,;jØk¶V] esVlSV

A.

A. B.
A. B.

B.

A. B.

C.

C. D.
C. D.

D.

C. D.
(1) A
(1)
A

(2)

B

(3)

C

(4)

D

54. çcU/ku dk fu;a=.k dk;Z fuEu ds fcuk ugha fd;k tk ldrk%

(1) fu;kstu

(2) laxBu

(3) LVkfQax

(4) funsZ”ku

55. laxBu esa eq[;@ofj"B ç'kkld dks jksds j[kus ds fy, mfpr O;wgjpuk D;k gS%

(1)

Silver parachute

(2) Golden parachute

(1)

jtr iSjk'kwV

(2)

Lo.kZ iSjk'kwV buesa ls dksbZ ugha

(3)

Bronze parachute

(4) None of these

(3)

rkez iSjk'kwV

(4)

56. The grant of Diwani of Bengal, Bihar and Orrisa is associated with:

56. caxky fcgkj ,ao mM+hlk dh nhokuh dk xzkUV lEcfU/kr gS%

(1) “kkg vkye II

(2) cgknqj “kkg

(4) uokc “kqtk&mn&nkSyk

(1)

Shah Alam II

 

(2)

Bahadur Shah Nawab Shuja-ud-Daula

(3) uokc vkflQ&mn&nkSyk

(3)

Nawab Asif-ud-Daula

(4)

57. The difference in the duration of day and night increases as one move from:

(1)

(2)

(3)

West to East East & West of Prime meridian Poles to equator

to East East & West of Prime meridian Poles to equator (4) Equator to poles 5

(4)

Equator to poles

57. fnu vkSj jkr ds le; esa vUrj c<+rk gS ;fn dksbZ pyrk gS

(1)

if”pe ls iwjc dh vksj

(2) çkbZe esfjfM;u ds iwjc ,oa if”pe

(3)

(4)

/kzwo ls Hkwe/; js[kk dh vksj Hkwe/; js[kk ls /kzwo dh vksj

58. The most learned ruler of the Delhi sultanate who was well versed in various branches of learning including Astronomy Mathematics and Philosphy was:

58. fnYyh lYrur dk lokZf/kd fo}ku “kkld tks f”k{kk dh fofHkUu “kk[kkvksa ftlesa [kxksy&”kkL= xf.kr ,oa n”kZu&”kkL= “kkfey Fks] ls HkyhHkk¡fr ifjfpr Fkk%

(1) I ltutmish (2) Alauddin Khalji

(1)

bYrqrfe”k

(2)

vykmíhu f[kyth ekSgEen fcu rqxyd

(3)

Sikandar Lodhi

(4) Muhammad Bin Tughlaq

(3)

fldUnj yks/kh

(4)

59. Identify the ‘spell check’ command in MS Word?

59. ,e-,l- oMZ esa ^spell check* dekUM dks igpkusa%

(1)

F5

(2) F7
(2)
F7

(1)

F5

(2)

F7

(3)

F8

(4)

F9

(3)

F8

(4)

F9

60. Where the chairman or speaker of the house has become subject to disqualification on ground of defection and where such question has arisen, the question shall be referred:

(1)

For the decision of President of India and his decision shall be final.

(2)

For the decision of such member of the house as the house

 

may elect in this behalf and his decision shall be final

 

(3)

For the decision of leader of house and his decision shall be final For the decision of the leader of opposition and his decision shall be final

(4)

60. tgk¡ ij lnu ds v/;{k vFkok lHkkifr ny&cny ds dkj.k v;ksX;rk ds v/khu gS] ,oa tgk¡ ij ,slk ç”u mRiUu gqvk gS] rks ,sls ç”u dks lanfHkZr fd;k tk;sxk% (1) Hkkjr ds jk’Vªifr }kjk fu.kZ; ysus ds fy;s ,oa mudk fu.kZ; vafre gksxk

lnu ds ml lnL; ds fu.kZ; dks ftls bl gsrq p;u fd;k x;k

(2)

gS ,oa mldk fu.kZ; vafre gksxk (3) lnu ds usrk ds fu.kZ; gsrq ,oa mudk fu.kZ; vafre gksxk (4) lnu ds usrk foi{k ds fu.kZ; gsrq ,oa mudk fu.kZ; vafre gksxk

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DIRECTIONS: (Question No. 61 to 65)

Answer these questions on the basis of the information available in the graph below

providing GDP and the percentage of GDP for education in the given years.

funsZ”k% ¼ç”u la[;k 61 ls 65½

dk çfr”kr n”kkZrk gSA

uhps fn;s x, xzkQ esa miyC/k lwpukvksa ds vk/kkj ij ç”u dk mÙkj nsaA fn;s x, o’kks± esa xzkQ GDP ,oa f”k{kk gsrq GDP

nsaA fn;s x, o’kks± esa xzkQ GDP ,oa f”k{kk gsrq GDP GDP in Rs. Thousand Crore
nsaA fn;s x, o’kks± esa xzkQ GDP ,oa f”k{kk gsrq GDP GDP in Rs. Thousand Crore

GDP in Rs. Thousand Crore ¼GDP gtkj djksM+ esa½

GDP GDP in Rs. Thousand Crore ¼ GDP gtkj djksM+ esa½ Percentage of GDP for Education
GDP GDP in Rs. Thousand Crore ¼ GDP gtkj djksM+ esa½ Percentage of GDP for Education

Percentage of GDP for Education ¼f”k{kk ij GDP dk çfr”kr½

61.

In how many years has actual educational spending reduced as compared to that of the previous year?

61. xro’kZ dh rqyuk esa fdrus o’kks± esa okLrfod f”k{kk [kpZ ?kVk gS%

 

(1)

0

(2)

1

 
(1) 0
(1)
0

(2)

1

(3)

2

(4)

buesa ls dksbZ ugha

(3)

2

(4)

None of these

 

62.

Between the given years, both inclusive, what

percentage of the country’s total GDP has gone into education:

62. fn;s x, o’kks± ds e/;] nksuksa lfEefyr] ns”k dh dqy GDP dk fdruk çfr”kr f”k{kk ij [kpZ gqvk gS%

(1)

4.3%

(2) 3.6%

(1)

4.3%

(2) 3.6%
(2) 3.6%
 

(3)

5.4%

(4) 4.9%

(3)

5.4%

(4) 4.9%

 

63.

The total amount given to education would be how many times the total amount given to defence, if every year 2% of GDP is given to defence (for the entire period)?

63. f”k{kk ij nh dqy jde j{kk ij nh xbZ dqy jde dh fdruh xquh gksxh] ;fn çR;sd o’kZ j{kk ij GDP dk 2% fn;k tkrk gS ¼lEiw.kZ dky ds fy;s½\

 

(1)

2.15 times

(2)

1.55 times

 

(1)

2.15 times

(2) 1.55 times

 

(3)

1.35 times

(4)

1.80 times

(3)

1.35 times

(4) 1.80 times

 

64.

due to an HR ministry report it is obligatory for the

government to allocate at least Rs. 3200 Crore for education in 2013, provided educational spending, as

percentage of GDP does not exceed 6.5% then what

If

a

64. ;fn ekuo laLkk/ku ea=ky; ds fjiksVZ ds dkj.k ljdkj ds fy;s f”k{kk ij 2013 esa de ls de #i, 3200 djksM+ vkoafVr djuk gS] c”krsZ fd f”k{kk [kpZ GDP ds 6.5% ls T;knk u gks rks o’kZ 2013 ds fy;s de ls de GDP dh fdruh jde okafPNr gksxh\ ¼#i, esa djksM+

is the least desirable GDP for the year 2013? (in Rs. 000 Crore)

000½

 

(1)

51.52

(2) 48.24

 

(1) 51.52

(2) 48.24

 

(3)

49.23

(4) 42.72

(3) 49.23
(3)
49.23

(4) 42.72

 

65.

In

which year was the spending on education the lowest?

65. fdl o’kZ esa f”k{kk ij [kpZ lcls de jgk\

(1)

2010

(2) 2009

(4) 2007
(4) 2007
 

(1)

2010

(2) 2009

(3)

2008

(3)

2008

(4) 2007

66.

66. Hkkjr ds jk’Vªifr ij jktvfHk;ksx yxkus ds fy;s vfHk;ksx çLrko

Proposal to prefer charge for impeachment of president of India contained in a resolution in writing is to be

ykus ds fy;s ,sls çLrko dk bjknk nsus okys lnu ds lnL;ksa ls çLrko

signed by not less than

total number of members of

fyf[kr esa gLrk{kfjr gksuk pkfg, tks lnu ds dqy lnL;ksa dh la[;k ds ----- ls de u gks%

the house giving their intention to move such resolution:

(1)

2/3

(2) 1/4
(2)
1/4
 

(1)

2/3

(2)

1/4

(3)

3/4

(4)

1/2

(3)

3/4

(4)

1/2

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67. A victim of a road accident is unconscious. Put in correct order the steps in first aid:

I.

Treating for cardiac arrest

 

II.

Treating for asphyxia

 

III.

Arrest Hemorrhage (bleeding)

IV.

Cleanse and cover wounds

 

(1)

II, I, III, IV

 

(2)

I, II, III, IV IV, III, II, I

(3)

III, II, I, IV

(4)

68. Which command will be used to carry out ‘superscript’ of words/letters in MS Word?

67. lM+d nq?kZVuk ihfM+r ,d O;fä vpsrk voLFkk esa gSA çFke mipkj esa fy;s x, lgh Øeksa dks crk,a%

I.

ân; xfr :dus dk mipkj

II.

“olu ra= dk mipkj

III.

jä lzko dks jksduk

IV.

?kko dks lkQ djuk o <dus dk mipkj

(1)

II, I, III, IV

(2)

I, II, III, IV

(3)

III, II, I, IV

(4)

IV, III, II, I

68. ,e-,l- oMZ esa “kCn@v{kj dks ^superscript* djus ds fy;s dkSu&lk dekUM ç;qä djsaxs\

(1)

ctrl+shift+minus

(2) ctrl+shift+plus

(1)

ctrl+shift+minus

(2) ctrl+shift+plus

(3)

ctrl+shift+p

(4) None of these

(3)

ctrl+shift+p

(4)

buesa ls dksbZ ugha

69. Which command will be used to carry out ‘subscript’ of words/letters in MS Word?

69. ,e-,l- oMZ esa “kCn@v{kj dks ^Subcript* djus ds fy;s dkSu&lk dekUM ç;qä djsaxs\

(1)

ctrl+plus

 

(2) ctrl+shif+minus

(1)

ctrl+plus

(2) ctrl+shif+minus

(3)

ctrl+shif+p

(4)

None of these

(3)

ctrl+shif+p

(4)

buesa ls dksbZ ugha

70. Annual payment to certain Devaswom funds as enumerated under Article 290A of the constitution of India shall be charged on and paid out of the consolidated fund of states. This Article refers which states:

(1)

State of Kerala, State of Tamilnadu

(2)

(3)

(4)

State of Andhra Pradesh, State of Telangana State of Karnataka, State of Tamilnadu State of Rajasthan, State of Uttar Pradesh

71. Which one of the following date is a valid date for testing the citizenship as enumerated under Article–5 of the Constitution of India?

(1)

24-01-1950

(2) 26-11-1949

 

(3)

26-01-1950

(4) None of these

72. Horizontal, Vertical, and Random Cliques are parts of which of the following groups:

70. Hkkjrh; lafo/kku ds vUnj of.kZr vuqPNsn 290A esa fuf”pr nsokLoke uhf/k dk okf’kZd Hkqxrku jkT; ds dUlkyhMsVsM QaM ij pktZ ,oa Hkqxrku fd;k tk;sxkA lafo/kku dk ;g vuqPNsn fdu jkT;ksa dks lanfHkZr

djrk gS%

(1) dsjy jkT;] rfeyukMw jkT; (2) vkU/kz&çns”k jkT;] rsyaxkuk jkT; (3) dukZVd jkT;] rfeyukMw jkT; (4) jktLFkku jkT;] mÙkj&çns”k jkT;

71. Hkkjr ds lafo/kku ds vuqPNsn&5 esa of.kZr ukxfjdrk dk ijh{k.k djus ds fy;s dkSu&lh rkjh[k ,d oS/k rkjh[k gS\

(1)

(3)

24-01-1950

26-01-1950

(2) 26-11-1949

(4)

buesa ls dksbZ ugha

72. vuqizLFk] Å/okZ/kj vkSj ;kn`fPNd fDyd fuEu esa ls dkSuls lewg ds fgLls gSa\

(1)

Core Groups

(2) Informal Groups

(1)

dksj lewg

(2)

vukSipkfjd lewg

(3)

Formal Groups

(4) Closed Groups

(3)

vkSipkfjd lewg

(4)

c) lewg

73. As per Keith Davis, which leadership skills are not required at the junior management position in an organization to be an effective leader:

(1)

Conceptual skills

(2)

(3)

(4)

Human skills

Technical skills

Specialist skills

74. These oceanic resources belong to open ocean and no individual country can utilize these without the concurrence of International institutions:

(1)

Beyond 200 nautical miles of exclusive economic zone

(2)

Beyond 100 nautical miles of exclusive economic zone Beyond 19.2 nautical miles of exclusive economic zone Beyond 12 nautical miles of exclusive economic zone

(3)

(4)

73. dhFk Msfol ds vuqlkj ,d laxBu esa çHkkoh usrk gksus ds fy, dfu"B çcU/ku Lrj ij usr`Ro dh dkSu lh fuiq.krk dh vko';drk ugha

gksrh% (1) oSpkfjd fuiq.krk (2) ekuo fuiq.krk (3) rduhdh fuiq.krk (4) fo'ks"kK fuiq.krk

74. ;g egklkxjh; lzksr [kqys egklkxj ls lEcfU/kr gksrs gSa ,oa dksbZ Hkh ,d ns”k fcuk vUrjkZ’Vªh; lgefr ds budk mi;ksx ugha dj ldrk% (1) vuU; vkfFkZd {ks= ds 200 leqæh ehy ls ijs

(2)

vuU; vkfFkZd {ks= ds 100 leqæh ehy ls ijs

(3) vuU; vkfFkZd {ks= ds 19.2 leqæh ehy ls ijs

(4)

vuU; vkfFkZd {ks= ds 12 leqæh ehy ls ijs

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INSTRUCTIONS: (Question No. 75 & 76)

An argument is

followed by two statements I and II. Pick the choice as follows.

A. If statement I strengthens the arguments

B. If statement II strengthens the arguments

C. Both the statements I & II strengthen the arguments

D. Neither statement I nor II strengthens the arguments

75. The number of people dying in train accident per year has increased in the last five years:

I.

A railway official on television stated that since larger number of people travel by train, however the percentage of killed in accident to number of travelers has remained the same as five years ago.

II.

The railway official also stated in term of numbers that the number killed in accident per year in last five years was 2000 compared to 990 per year 5 years ago.

(1)

A

(2) B
(2)
B

(3)

C

(4)

D

76. The metrological department had predicted a more than average rainfall during 2001 monsoons. Has their predictions been successful.

I.

50% of the states have already got their average value of rainfall while one month of monsoon still left.

II.

The remaining states have already received 60% of their average value of rainfall.

(1)

A

(2)

B

(3)

C

(4) D
(4)
D

77. Permanent instructions that the computer uses when it is turned on and that can not be changed by other instructions, are contained in:

(1) ROM (3) ALU
(1)
ROM
(3)
ALU

(2) RAM

(4)

None of these

78. The harmone which controls the process of burning fats, proteins and carbohydrates to liberate energy in the body is:

(1) Cortisone (2) Adrenaline

(3)

Thyroxine

(4) Insulin

79. Match the pair correctly.

State

Governors (as on 31 st Aug., 2015)

A.

Assam

1.

Kesari Nath Tripathi

B.

Uttarakhand

2.

Tathagat Roy

C.

West Bengal

3.

K.K. Paul

D.

Tripura

4.

Padmanabha B. Acharya

(1)

A-4, B-1, C-3, D-2 A-1, B-2, C-3, D-4

 

(2)

(3)

A-4, B-3, C-1, D-2

     

(4)

A-4, B-2, C-1, D-3

 

80. Which enzymes is used as catalyst to convert glucose into ethanol?

funsZ”k% ¼ç”u la[;k 75 ,oa 76½

,d rdZ ds i”pkr nks dFku I ,oa II fn,

x, gSaA vki vius fodYi fuEu çdkj pqusaA

A. ;fn dFku I rdZ dks lqn`<+ djrk gS

B. ;fn dFku II rdZ dks lqn`<+ djrk gS

C. ;fn dFku I ,oa II nksuksa rdZ dks lqn`<+ djrs gSa

D. u rks dFku I vkSj u gh II rdZ dks lqn`<+ djrk gS

75. foxr 5 o’kksZa esa Vªsu nq?kZVukvksa esa çfro’kZ ejus okyksa dh la[;k c<+h gS%

I.

,d jsy vf/kdkjh us nwjn”kZu ij crk;k fd pwafd T;knkrj yksx Vªsu ls ;k=k djrs gSa] gkyk¡fd nq?kZVuk esa ekjs tkus okys ;kf=;ksa dk çfr”kr dqy ;k=h la[;k ds lanHkZ esa foxr ik¡p o’kksZa esa ;Fkkor jgk gSA

II.

jsy vf/kdkjh us ;g Hkh crk;k fd la[;kvksa ds lanHkZ esa foxr ik¡p o’kks± esa ekjs tkus okyks dh la[;k çfro’kZ 2000 Fkh tks ik¡p o’kZ iwoZ 990 çfro’kZ FkhA

(1)

A

(2)

B

(3)

C

(4)

D

76. ekSle foKku lEcU/kh foHkkx us ;g Hkfo’;o.kh dh gS fd 2001 ekulwu ds nkSjku vkSlr ls T;knk o’kkZ gksxhA D;k mudh Hkfo’;ok.kh lQy jgh gS\%

I.

50% jkT;ksa esa vkSlr o’kkZ vHkh rd gks pqdh gS tcfd vHkh ekulwu dk ,d eghuk cpk gS

II.

ckdh jkT;ksa esa vkSlr o’kkZ dk 60% o’kkZ vHkh rd gks pqdh gS

(1)

A

(2)

B

(3)

C

(4)

D

77. tc dEI;wVj vkWu fd;k tkrk gS rks ;g LFkkbZ funsZ”k ç;qä djrk gS ftls cnyk ugha tk ldrk ,oa tks fufgr gksrk gS%

(1)

ROM esa

(2)

RAM esa

(3)

ALU esa

(4)

buesa ls dksbZ ugha

78. olk çksVhu ,oa dkcksZgkbZMªsV dks tykus dh çfØ;k] tks fd “kjhj esa ÅtkZ NksM+rk gS] dks fu;af=r djus okyk gkeksZu dgykrk gS %

(1) dkWfVZlksu

(2) ,UMªsukfyu

(3) FkkbZjkWfDlu

(4) bUlqyhu

79. tksM+ksa dks lgh lqesfyr djsaA jkT;

jkT;iky ¼31 vxLr 2015 rd½

A.

vle

1. dsljh ukFk f=ikBh

B.

mÙkjk[kaM

2.

rFkkxr jkW;

C.

if”pe caxky

3.

ds-ds- ikSy

D.

f=iqjk

4. ineukHk ch- vkpk;Z

(1)

A-4, B-1, C-3, D-2

(2)

A-1, B-2, C-3, D-4

(3)

A-4, B-3, C-1, D-2

(4)

A-4, B-2, C-1, D-3

80. ,UtkbZe tks Xywdkst dks bZFkuky esa ifjofrZr djus ds fy, mRçsjd ds :i esa ç;qä gksrk gS\

(1)

Zymase

(2) Invertase

(1) tkbesl

(2) bUoVsZt

(3)

Maltase

(4) Diastase

(3) ekYVsl

(4) Mk;LVsl

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81. Find the wrong statement:

(1) Pakistan recently became the first Asian country to become associates member of CERN

(2)

‘SAMANVAY’ Portal was recently launched by Ministry of Rural Development

(3) International Olympic committee has officially recognised Frisbee as an Olympic sport recently

(4)

Laos has become 206 th member of Olympic family

82. For empowerment of women, ‘Women–20 (W–20)’ group has been launched by G–20. Newly appointed president of W–20 group belongs to which country?

81. xyr dFku igpkusa%

vHkh gky gh esa ikfdLrku CERN dk ,lksfl,V lnL; cuus

okyk çFke ,f”k;kbZ ns”k cuk (2) ^SAMANVAY* iksVZy vHkh gky gh esa Ñf’k fodkl ea=ky; }kjk “kqHkkjEHk fd;k x;k (3) vUrjkZ’Vªh; vksfyfEid desVh us vHkh gky gh esa “kkldh; rkSj ij fÝlch dks ,d vksfyfEid [ksy ds :i esa ekU;rk nh

(1)

(4) ykvksl vksfyfEid ifjokj dk 206ok¡ lnL; cu x;k gS

82. efgyk l”kfädj.k gsrq G–20 us ^Women–20 (W–20)* xzqi dk “kqHkkjEHk fd;k gSA W–20 xzqi dh u;h fu;qä v/;{k fdl ns”k ls lEcfU/kr gS\

(1) Germany

(2)

South Africa

(1) teZuh

(2) nf{k.k&vÝhdk

(3) Turkey
(3)
Turkey

(4) China

(3) VdÊ

(4) phu

83. What would be the number of bytes transferred at the rate of 1 kilobit per second:

83. ,d fdyksfcV çfrlsds.M dh nj ij vUrfjr ckbZVksa dh la[;k D;k gksxh%

(1) 100

(3) 125
(3)
125

(2) 108

(1)

100

(2) 108

(4) 128

(3)

125

(4) 128

84. Venus Williams of United States has won the 2015 Wuhan open single titles defeating:

(1)

Garbine Muguruza of Spain

(2)

(3)

(4)

Angelique Kerber of Germany Martina Hingis of Switzerland Sania Mirza of India

85. Arvind Pangariya has been chosen next G–20 Sherpa. Who was Just earlier G–20 India’s Sherpa?

84. ;wukbZVsM LVsV~l dh ohul fofy;El us 2015 owgku vksiu ,dy

çfr;ksfxrk fdldks gjkdj thrk% (1) Lisu dh xkfcZu eqxqj:>k (2) teZuh dh vatyhd djcsj (3) LohV~tjyS.M dh ekfVZuk fgfUxl (4) Hkkjr dh lkfu;k fetkZ

85. vjfoUn iuxfM+;k dks vkxkeh G–20 ds fy, “ksjik pquk x;k gSA buls Bhd igys G–20 Hkkjrh; “ksjik dkSu Fkk@Fkh%

(1)

Suresh Prabhu

(2)

Sindhusri Khullar None of these

(1)

lqjs”k çHkq

(2) flU/kwJh [kqYyj

(3)

Shusma Swaraj

(4)

(3)

lq’ek Lojkt

(4)

buesa ls dksbZ ugha

86. Chapchar cut, Mim cut and pawl kut festivals are related to which states of India:

(1)

(3)

Nagaland

Sikkim

(2) Mizoram

(4) Arunachal Pradesh

87. The well-known book “The Rediscovery of India” has been written by:

(1)

L.K. Advani

(2) Anita Desai

(3)

Vikram Seth

(4) Meghnad Desai

88. Fusion process theory is related to:

86. pkIpj dV] fee dV ,oa ikWy dV R;kSgkj Hkkjr ds fdl jkT; ls lEcfU/kr gS%

(1) ukxkyS.M

(3)

flfôe

(2) fet+ksje (4) v:.kkpy çns”k

87. çfl) fdrkc ßn fjfMLdojh vkWQ bafM;kÞ fdlds }kjk fy[kh xbZ gS%

(1)

(3)

,y-ds- vkMokuh

foØe lsB

vuhrk nslkbZ

(4) es?kukn nslkbZ

(2)

88. lay;u izfØ;k fl)kar fuEu ls lacaf/kr gS%

(1)

Motivation

(2) Coordination

(1) vfHkizsj.k

(2) leUo; (4) y{; loZlerk

(3)

Direction

(4) Goal congruency

(3)

funsZ”ku

89. Bureaucratic model of management was developed by:

89. çcU/ku dk n¶rj'kkgh ekWMy fdlds }kjk fodflr fd;k x;k%

(1)

Max Weber

 

(2)

Mooney and Raiby Robert L. Katz

(1)

eSDl oscj bZ- ,Q- ,y- czhp

(2)

ewuh ,oa jsch jkWoVZ ,y- dV~t

(3)

E. F. L Breach

(4)

(3)

(4)

90. Which of the following elements occur predominately in crude oil:

(1)

Hydrogen

(3) Carbon
(3)
Carbon

(2) Oxygen

(4) Nitrogen

90. fuEu esa ls dkSu&lk rRo dPps rsy eas izHkkoh rkSj ij ?kfVr gksrk gS\

(1) gkbMªkstu

(3) dkcZu

(2) vkDlhtu

(4) ukbVªkstu

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DIRECTIONS: In the following question a number series is given. After the series a number is given followed by (a), (b), (c), (d) and (e). You have to complete the series starting with the number given following the sequence of the given series and answer the question given below the series.

91. 3

1

4

16

75

364

1945

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

What will come in place of (c)

funsZ”k% fuEufyf[kr ç”u esa ,d la[;k Ja`[kyk nh xbZ gSA Ja`[kyk ds i”pkr ,d la[;k nh xbZ gS ftlds i”pkr (a), (b), (c), (d) ,oa (e) fn;k x;k gSA vkidks Ja`[kyk dks mlh la[;k ls çkjEHk djrs gq, iw.kZ djuk gS tks ml Ja`[kyk dk vuqlj.k djrh gks tks fd Åij esa nh xbZ gS ,oa vius ç”u ds mÙkj uhps fn;s x, Ja`[kyk ds vuqlkj nsuk gSA

91. 3

1

4

16

75

364

1945

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(c) ds LFkku ij D;k vk,xk

(1) 63
(1)
63

(2)

64

(1)

63

(2)

64

(3)

65

(4)

None of these

(3)

65

(4)

buesa ls dksbZ ugha

92. Match the correct election symbols of political parties and identify the mismatched one:

(1) Indian National Congress (I) : Hand

(2)

Communist Party of India (Marxist) : Ears of corn and Sickle

(3)

(4)

Nationalist Congress party : Clock Bhartiya Janta Party : Lotus

93. 9, 9 leadership style as per managerial grid is called:

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(1)

Country club style

(2)

Team style

(1)

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(2)

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(3)

Middle road style

(4)

Task style

(3)

(4)

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94. “Horizontal loading of a job” indicates which one of the phenomenon:

(1)

Job rotation

(2) Job enlargement

(3)

Job enrichment

(4) Job design

95. The following is the top most need in the hierarchy as per Maslow’s theory –

(1)

(3)

Esteem

Safety

(2) Self actualization

(4) Social

96. The French industrialist who first identified the basic management functions is:

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(1)

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(2)

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(3)

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