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SYLLABUS – 01 & 02
PHYSICS : Basic Mathematics used in Physics, Vectors, Units,
Dimensions and Measurement
Kinematics (Motion along a straight line and Motion in a plane)
Laws of Motion and Friction
Work, Energy & Power and Circular Motion,Rotational Motion
Conservation Laws and Collisions, Centre of Mass
Properties of matter and Fluid Mechanics,Thermal Physics-I
(Thermal Expansion, Calorimetry, Heat Transfer)
Thermal Physics-II (Behavior of Perfect Gases and KTG, Thermodynamics)
Oscillations (SHM, damped and forced oscillations & Resonance)
Wave Motion and Doppler's Effect

CHEMISTRY : Some Basic Concept of Chemistry
Structure of Atom
States of Matter : Gases and Liquids
Thermodynamics
Equilibrium (Chemical Equilibrium & Ionic Equilibrium)
Solid State
Solutions
Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties
Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure
Hydrogen
s-Block Elements (Alkali and Alkaline Earth Metals)
p–Block Elements (Group - 13 & 14)
p–Block Elements (Group - 15, 16, 17 & 18)
The d and f-block Elements
BIOLOGY : Diversity in the Living World : (i) The living world
(ii) Biological Classification (iii) Plant Kingdom
(iv) Animal Kingdom
Structural Organisation in Plants & Animals :
(i) Morphology of Flowering plants (ii) Anatomy of Flowering Plants
(iii) Structural Organisation in Animals, Cockroach
Structure and Functions : (i) Cell : The Unit of Life
(ii) Biomolecules (Protoplasm) (iii) Cell cycle and Cell Division
Plant Physiology : (i) Transport in Plants (ii) Mineral Nutrition
(iii) Photosynthesis in Higher Plants (iv) Respiration in Plants
(v) Plant Growth and Development, Enzyme
Human Physiology : (i) Digestion and Absorption
(ii) Breathing and Exchange of Gases (iii) Body Fluids and
circulation
(iv) Excretory Products and their Elimination
(v) Locomotion and Movement
(vi) Neural Control and Coordination, Eye & Ear
(vii) Chemical Coordination and Integration

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1. If the unit of length and force be increased four 1. <+ ]
times, then the unit of energy is : :
(1) Increased 4 times (2) Increased 8 times (1) <+ (2) <+
(3) Increased 16 times (4) Decreased 16 times (3) 16 <+ (4) 16 ?
2. The kinetic energy of SHM is 1/n time its potential 2. SHM 1/n ;
energy. If the amplitude of the SHM be A, then SHM A ]
what is the displacement of the particle?

n 1 n A n 1 n A
(1) nA (2) A (3) A (4) (1) nA (2) A (3) A (4)
n n 1 n n n 1 n
3. Two substances A and B of equal mass m are 3. m A B 6 cal s–1
heated at uniform rate of 6 cal s–1 under similar ± , ;
conditions. A graph between temperature and time , ; =
is shown in figure. Ratio of heat absorbed HA/HB ,
by them for complete fusion is HA/HB
Temperature °C

Temperature °C

100 100
80 A 80 A
60 60
40 40
B B
20 20
0 Time 0 Time
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

(1) 9/4 (2) 4/9 (1) 9/4 (2) 4/9
(3) 8/5 (4) 5/8 (3) 8/5 (4) 5/8
4. A ball impinges directly on a similar ball at rest. 4. , ;
If 1/4th of the kinetic energy is lost by the impact, ; ,
the value of coefficient of restitution is :- :-

1 1 1 3 1 1 1 3
(1) (2) (3) (4) (1) (2) (3) (4)
2 2 3 2 2 2 2 3 2 2
5. Two bodies of mass 5. m1 m2 (m2 > m1)
m 1 and m 2 (m 2 > m 1 ) ,
are connected by a light ; ]
inextensible string which m1 m1

passes through a smooth
Fext m ] ; Fext m
fixed pulley. 2 2

The instantaneous power delivered by an m1 v
external agent to pull m1 with constant velocity
v is : %
(1) (m2 – m1) g/v (2) (m2 – m1) v/g (1) (m2 – m1) g/v (2) (m2 – m1) v/g
(3) (m2 – m1) gv (4) (m1 – m2) gv (3) (m2 – m1) gv (4) (m1 – m2) gv
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1 second (3) 0. P3 W :- (1) P3 > P1. W = 0 (4) P3 = P1. Major Test For Target : Pre-Medical 2016/07-04-2016 6. Initial pressure is P1 and final V1 P1 pressure is P3.51 second 9. harmonic motion. O .31 second (4) 0. then.51 second (3) 0. T d done in blowing a soap bubble from a diameter d D : to diameter D is : (1) (D2 – d2)T (1) (D – d )T 2 2 (2) 2 (D2 – d2)T (2) 2 (D2 – d2)T (3) 4 (D2 – d2)T (3) 4 (D2 – d2)T (4) 8 (D2 – d2)T (4) 8 (D2 – d2)T 8. W < 0 (4) P3 = P1. An ideal gas expands isothermally from a volume 9.1 second (1) 0. A particle of mass m moves in the XY plane with 10. If T be the surface tension.2 second (2) 0. v2 and v3 denote the average velocities in the . W > 0 (2) P3 < P1. 200g . W < 0 (3) P3 > P1. m . v2 v3 Which of the relations given below is correct ? (1) (v1 – v2) : (v2 – v3) = (t1 – t2) : (t2 + t3) (1) (v1 – v2) : (v2 – v3) = (t1 – t2) : (t2 + t3) (2) (v1 – v2) : (v2 – v3) = (t1 + t2) : (t2 + t3) (2) (v1 – v2) : (v2 – v3) = (t1 + t2) : (t2 + t3) (3) (v1 – v2) : (v2 – v3) = (t1 – t2) : (t1 – t3) (3) (v1 – v2) : (v2 – v3) = (t1 – t2) : (t1 – t3) (4) (v1 – v2) : (v2 – v3) = (t1 – t2) : (t2 – t3) (4) (v1 – v2) : (v2 – v3) = (t1 – t2) : (t2 – t3) 7. The restoring force is provided 80 N/m ] by a spring of spring constant 80 N/m. % v1. If the angular momentum of the particle with respect to origin O is LA A LA B LB ] :– Y when it is at A and LB Y B (1) LA < LB A when it is at B. t2 t3 three successive intervals of time t1. W = 0 10. . } V1 V2 V1 to V2 and then compressed to original volume # % V1 adiabatically. A particle of mass 200g executes a simple 8. t2 and t3 . ] XY AB V a velocity V along the straight line AB. Then:. Then time ] period is :- (1) 0. A particle moves with uniform acceleration and 6. B A (2) LA = LB (1) LA < LB O X O X (2) LA = LB (3) LA LB (3) LA LB (4) LA LB AB (4) the relationship between LA and LB depends upon the slope of the line AB (< ) H-2/32 1001CM303115043 . W < 0 (2) P3 < P1. the amount of work 7. W < 0 (3) P3 > P1. W > 0 (1) P3 > P1. t1 . The total work done is W.31 second (4) 0. v1.2 second (2) 0.

A B ± different material. - (1) zero (2) mnv (3) 2 mnv (4) 4 mnv (1) .32 × 108 N/m2 (4) 1. + 20°C <+ coefficient of linear expansion of material of + . .2 × 10 11 N/m2. The horizontal range AC of the body will be :– AC %& P v P v m L O m L O x x A C A C (1) x = L (2) x = 2L (1) x = L (2) x = 2L (3) x= 2 2L (4) x= 2L (3) x= 2 2L (4) x= 2L 12. The 13. n m v velocity v strike normally on a wall. Find the stress developed in the + 10°C rod if temperature of rod becomes 10°C : : (1) 1.1 × 10–5 /°C and Young's modulus is 1. n bullets per sec.32 × 108 N/m2 (4) 1.1 × 10 /°C –5 .5 m and its mass is 3.5 m 3.10 × 106 N/m2 (3) 1.2 × 1011 N/m2 1. 1. t) = 0. A body tied to a string of length L is revolved in 11. L a vertical circle with minimum velocity.32 × 107 N/m2 (2) 1.32 × 107 N/m2 (2) 1.10 × 1015 N/m2 (3) 1. A rod is fixed between two points at 20°C. (2) mnv (3) 2 mnv (4) 4 mnv 13. x y t sec. The 1. where x and y are in metre and t in second. equilibrium. is elastic then force on wall is. the temperature difference across the ] 36°C A wall is 36°C. The thermal conductivity of the material of A is twice that of B. rod is 1. each of mass m moving with 12.10 × 106 N/m2 14. A wall has two layers A and B. Under thermal B . The temperature difference across ? the layer A is :- (1) 6°C (2) 12°C (3) 18°C (4) 24°C (1) 6°C (2) 12°C (3) 18°C (4) 24°C 1001CM303115043 H-3/32 . when ? ] the body reaches the upper most point the string breaks and the body moves under the influence {= of the gravitational field of earth along a parabolic A { path.. <+ at its both ends) is given by 2 y(x.6 sin x cos (120 t) 2 3 y(x. :- (1) 648 N (2) 1248 N (3) 324 N (4) 162 N (1) 648 N (2) 1248 N (3) 324 N (4) 162 N 15. The transverse displacement of a string (clamped 14. each made of a 15.0 × 10–2 kg length of the string is 1.6 sin x cos (120 t) 3 . Both the layers have the same A thickness. The collision . Leader & Achiever Course/Phase/MLA+B+C+D +E+F+G+H+I+J+MAZA+B+C/07-04-2016 11.10 × 1015 N/m2 (1) 1. t) = 0.0 × 10–2 kg the tension in the string will be :.

(iˆ 2ˆj) m / s (iˆ 2ˆj) m / s where î is along the ground and ĵ . The tension in the string A is A ? 3Hz slightly reduced and the beat frequency is found . The relation between its length L and radius R is.45N (4) 16. A pendulum suspended from the ceiling of a train 21. are slightly out of tune and produce beats of 6Hz frequency 6 Hz. x- x-axis is given as U 20 (x 2)2 where U is in U 20 (x 2)2 ] U x joules and x in meters.33N (1) 50N (2) 30. . about an axis passing through its centre of gravity L and perpendicular to its length. Sand is 18. :- (1) 24 J (2) 36 J (1) 24 J (2) 36 J (3) 16 J (4) 20 J (3) 16 J (4) 20 J 18. A B " " ]. when the 2 ] 10 ms–2 train is accelerating at 10 ms–2. What will be its time period when the train retards at 10ms–2? 10ms–2 . ] oscillates with a time period 2 second. If the original frequency of A B :- is 324 Hz. ] its own axis is the same as its moment of inertia . The potential energy of a particle oscillating along 17. R - (1) L = 2 R (2) L = 3 R (1) L = 2 R (2) L = 3 R (3) L = 3R (4) L = R (3) L = 3R (4) L = R 17. A cart is moving with a velocity 20 m/s. of its trajectory is g = 10m/s 2 . The force required to move the cart . Maximum kinetic energy of the particle is :. 20 m/s.45N (4) 16. (1) 2s (2) 2 2 s (1) 2s (2) 2 2 s (3) (2 / 2 )s (4) None of the above (3) (2 / 2 )s (4) H-4/32 1001CM303115043 . 36 of the particle is 36 J. A projectile is given an initial velocity of 19.66N (3) 26.33N (3) 26. Major Test For Target : Pre-Medical 2016/07-04-2016 16. what is the frequency of B :- (1) 324 Hz (2) 360 Hz (1) 324 Hz (2) 360 Hz (3) 330Hz (4) 318 Hz (3) 330Hz (4) 318 Hz 21. î ĵ is along the vertical. the equation . being dropped into the cart at the rate of 50 kg/min ] 50 kg/min. A 324 Hz to reduce to 3 Hz.66N 19. If g = 10m/s2. – with constant velocity will be– (1) 50N (2) 30. The moment of inertia of a solid cylinder about 16. Total mechanical energy . & (1) y = x – 5x 2 (2) y = 2x – 5x2 (1) y = x – 5x 2 (2) y = 2x – 5x2 (3) 4y = 2x – 5x2 (4) 4y = 2x – 25x2 (3) 4y = 2x – 5x2 (4) 4y = 2x – 25x2 20. Two sitar strings A and B playing the note 'Ga' 20.

10)s 1001CM303115043 H-5/32 . 2m a head on perfectly inelastic collision with another . m v . the time period should be written as : : (1) (2.01)s (2) (2.05s.00s and mean absolute error in the time period /.00 0. The /. 70m 26. ( 540 cal/g) (Latent heat of steam is 540 cal/g) is (1) 24.05)s (4) (2. The { (90º – ) . = .025)s (3) (2. The mean time period of second's pendulum is 26. : 200 200 (1) 50% (2) % (1) 50% (2) % 3 3 800 800 (3) % (4) 25% (3) % (4) 25% 3 3 24.00 0. 60m (4) 20m.01)s (1) (2.00 0. The weight of the block is- (1) 20 N (2) 50 N (1) 20 (2) 50 (3) 100 N (4) 2 N (3) 100 (4) 2 25.6 g (4) 30 g 23. Leader & Achiever Course/Phase/MLA+B+C+D +E+F+G+H+I+J+MAZA+B+C/07-04-2016 22.2 - is 0. A ball is thrown at an angle and another ball is 25. /. 2. 70m (3) 10m. second ball reaches 50m higher than the first ball.00 2. A horizontal force of 10 N is necessary to just 24. 10 { hold a block stationary against a wall. 75m (3) 10m.00 0.05)s (3) (2. = 0.8 g (2) 24 g (1) 24. 75m (1) 15m. Then percentage loss in the kinetic energy :. from the same point with same speed 40ms–1. . ] body of mass 2m which is initially at rest.8 g (2) 24 g (3) 36. To express maximum estimate of error. ? coefficient of friction between the block and wall 0.2.025)s (2) (2.05 is 0.00 0. Find their individual heights? 50m (1) 15m. 100°C 20°C 22g 20°C. .10)s (4) (2.00 0. Steam at 100°C is passed into 22g of water at 22. The mass of water that will be present when 90°C the water acquires a temperature of 90°C . 65m (2) 25m. A body of mass m moving with velocity v makes 23.00 0.6 g (4) 30 g (3) 36. 65m (2) 25m. 40ms–1 { thrown at an angle (90º – ) with the horizontal .00 0. 60m (4) 20m.

match column-I with 27.000 K (4) 4. Column-I Column-II -I -II m k1 k2 m k1 k2 (A) (P) T 2 (A) (P) T 2 k1k2 k1k2 k2 k1 k2 k1 m m m m (B) (Q) T 2 (B) (Q) T 2 k1 k2 k1 k2 k1 k1 k2 k2 m m m m (C) (R) T 2 (C) (R) T 2 k k k k k k m m 2 \ (D) (S) T \\ 2 \ (D) (S) T \\ \\\ \\\ \\\ \\\ 2k \\\ 2k \\\ \ \ \ \\\ \ \\\ \\\ \\\ A k B A B k k k 90° 90° m m (1) A-P. B-P.000 K (4) 4.000 K (3) 8. B-Q. D-S (3) A-Q. I II column-II & choose the correct options.000 K Key Filling H-6/32 1001CM303115043 .000 K (1) 32. C-R. C-R. C-S. Major Test For Target : Pre-Medical 2016/07-04-2016 27. The adjoining diagram shows the spectral energy 28.000 K (2) 16. D-R (3) A-Q. D-S (2) A-Q. In the following questions.000 K (2) 16. B-Q. different temperatures. C-R. C-S. B-Q. D-R 28. D-S (1) A-P. B-P. C-R. C-S. B-Q. D-R (4) A-P. D-S (2) A-Q.000 K (3) 8. If the areas under the curves are in the ratio 16 : 1. density distribution E of a black body at two ? E . C-S. B-P. B-P. = ] . D-R (4) A-P. the value of { 16 : 1 T temperature T is TK TK E E 2000 K 2000 K (1) 32.

]. in t2 seconds. It reaches the ground in t1 seconds. { is increased uniformly. t1 . (4) more than the atomospheric pressure (4) .5t) + 4 cos (5x – 0. If it is allowed to fall freely from . . . then the time it takes to reach the .5t) (4) y = cos x sin t + cos 2x sin 2t (4) y = cos x sin t + cos 2x sin 2t 1001CM303115043 H-7/32 . A of a tower. . A body is thrown vertically upwards from the top 31.5t) (3) y = 3 sin (5x – 0. (3) less than atmospheric pressure (3) . : <+ curves correctly represents velocity of the block ? v v v v (1) (2) (1) (2) t t o t o t o o v v v v (3) (4) (3) (4) t t o t o t o o 31. ground is given by :- t1 t2 t1 t2 t1 t2 t1 t2 (1) t (2) t (1) t (2) t 2 2 2 2 t1 t1 (3) t t1 t 2 (4) t (3) t t1 t 2 (4) t t2 t2 32. containing mercury then the mercury level in the capillary goes down because the pressure just : below the meniscus is : (1) . Given below are some functions of x and t to 33. A metal block is resting on a rough wooden 30. x t ] represent the displacement (transverse or :- longitudinal) of an elastic wave. 200 % 200 % then increase in its rotational kinetic energy ? will be :- (1) 200% (2) 600% (3) 800% (4) 100% (1) 200% (2) 600% (3) 800% (4) 100% 30. (1) y = 2 cos (3x) sin (10t) (1) y = 2 cos (3x) sin (10t) (2) y = 2 x t (2) y = 2 x t (3) y = 3 sin (5x – 0. When a capillary tube is dipped into a tub 32. Leader & Achiever Course/Phase/MLA+B+C+D +E+F+G+H+I+J+MAZA+B+C/07-04-2016 29. the same tower. (1) zero (2) equal to atmospheric pressure (2) . If the angular momentum of a body is increased by 29. State which of these represent a travelling wave :. t2 . . Which of the following . / ] [ surface. A horizontal force applied to the block .5t) + 4 cos (5x – 0. If it is thrown vertically downwards from the same tower with the same speed it reaches the ground . 33.

0) to (a. / . a) (2) W1 = 2W2 (2) W1 = 2W2 (3) W2 = 2W1 (3) W2 = 2W1 45° 45° x x O Q O Q (4) W2 = 4W1 (4) W2 = 4W1 37. A particle is moved from (0. Then the tension in the cable is. The P-V diagram of 2g of helium gas for a certain 34. by a cable with an acceleration of 5 ms–2.8 × 3 m/sec (4) 9·8 m/sec 9. Major Test For Target : Pre-Medical 2016/07-04-2016 34. ] : (1) Area decreases (1) ? (2) Area increases (2) <+ (3) Velocity remains same (3) (4) Area remains same (4) 39.53 km/sec (2) 5. a) 1 OP OP and path 2 is OQP. + :- What is the speed of sound in steel :- (1) 2.24 km/sec Use stop. down the streamline : 38. .12 km/sec (4) 20. + [ when its other end touches the ground without slipping then the speed of other end will be :– – (1) 19 × 6 m/sec (2) 29 × 4 m/sec (1) 19 × 6 m/sec (2) 29 × 4 m/sec (3) (3) 9. A B . A rod of length 1 meter is standing vertically.06 km/sec (3) 10. 39.12 km/sec (4) 20. What is the P-V = A B heat given to the gas during the process A B? :- P P 2P0 B 2P0 B P0 P0 A A V0 2V0 V V0 2V0 V (1) 4P0V0 (2) 6P0V0 (3) 4. 35.06 km/sec (1) 2.53 kHz. 100 cm . a) under 36. process A B is shown in the figure. Taking 5 ms –2 [ ] . Water falls from a tap.5P0V0 (4) 2P0V0 (1) 4P0V0 (2) 6P0V0 (3) 4.5P0V0 (4) 2P0V0 35. Path 1 is (a. } work done by this force in these two paths respectively. Let W1 and W2 be the 2 OQP . look and go method in reading the question H-8/32 1001CM303115043 . g to be 10 ms–2. An elevator weighing 6000 kg is pulled upward 37.8 × 3 m/sec (4) 9·8 m/sec 36. 2. a) P(a.24 km/sec (3) 10. A steel rod 100 cm long is clamped at its middle. 2 .0) a force F (3iˆ 4ˆj) from two paths. Then : % W1 W2 y y (1) W1 = W2 (1) W1 = W2 P(a.53 kHz vibrations of the rod are given to be 2. F (3iˆ 4ˆj) (0. g = 10 ms–2 - (1) 6000 N (2) 9000 N (1) 6000 N (2) 9000 N (3) 60000 N (4) 90000 N (3) 60000 N (4) 90000 N 38.53 km/sec (2) 5. 6000 . The fundamental frequency of longitudinal /. + /.

A body is pulled along a rough horizontal surface 43. { . 340 m/sec (2) > 400 Hz. 9 after travelling 9m. / 340 ms–1 ) :- (the speed of sound in still is 340 ms–1) :- (1) 400 Hz.4 (3) 0. A projectile is moving at 20 m/sec at its highest point 42. } maximum height is :.. The wind starts . If the body comes to rest . 340 m/sec (3) 400 Hz. heating the plate. . . is. . Then the other part will move at : 30 m/sec : (1) 20 m/sec (2) 10 31 m/sec (1) 20 m/sec (2) 10 31 m/sec (3) 50 m/sec (4) 30 m/sec (3) 50 m/sec (4) 30 m/sec 43. diameter of hole. 330 m/sec 1001CM303115043 H-9/32 . Solar radiation emitted by the sun resembles that 40. [ 400 Hz of frequency 400 Hz in still air.4 (3) 0. then coefficient of sliding ? ( ? ) friction. .6 (1) 0. Suppose there is a hole in a copper plate. A train. 330 m/sec (4) < 400 Hz. 350 m/sec (3) 400 Hz. explosion. & (1) 1 : 1 (2) tan2 : 1 (1) 1 : 1 (2) tan2 : 1 (3) 1 : cot (4) none of these (3) 1 : cot (4) none of these 45.2 (2) 0. . frequency and speed of sound for observer will be (. . A body is projected at an angle with horizontal.5 (4) 0. wavelength of about 4800 Å. blows a whistle 45. } 6000 K emitted by a black body at a temperature of 6000 K. ? (1) 4800 Å (2) 9600 Å (1) 4800 Å (2) 9600 Å (3) 2400 Å (4) 19200 Å (3) 2400 Å (4) 19200 Å 41. One part moves vertically up at . .2 (2) 0. standing in a station-yard. 20 m/sec where it breaks into two equal parts due to an internal .(Take g = 10 m/s2) . would : : (1) always increase (1) <+ (2) always decrease (2) ? (3) always remain the same (3) (4) none of these (4) 42.6 44.(g = 10 2 ) (1) 0. [ { 6 [ with a velocity 6 m/s. 30 m/sec.5 (4) 0. Leader & Achiever Course/Phase/MLA+B+C+D +E+F+G+H+I+J+MAZA+B+C/07-04-2016 40. 350 m/sec (4) < 400 Hz. then the peak 6000 K 3000 K ] intensity would occur at a wavelength of :. blowing in the direction from the yard to the 10 ms –1 station with a speed of 10 ms–1 then value of ] . If the sun was cooled down from 6000 K to 3000 K. On 41. 44. another body is projected with the same speed at an angle with the vertical then the ratio of the . 340 m/sec (2) > 400 Hz. Maximum intensity is emitted at 4800 Å /. 340 m/sec (1) 400 Hz.

CO2 SO2 :- (1) Both turn acidified K2Cr2O7 solution green (1) K2Cr2O7 (2) Both turn lime water milky (2) (3) Both ore oxidising aqests nor the reducing agents (3) ] (4) All of these (4) 49. Y2 XY3 . ] :- (1) The d-orbitals are completely filled (1) d. those of the other element of 3d series because:.82 (4) 8. 4f 5d (1) Lesser energy difference between 5f and 6d /. A B . } ] [. H = – 60kJ to be H = – 60 kJ at equilibrium. lanthanoids (4) 4f orbitals are more diffused than 5f orbitals (4) 4f 5f 48.02 × 1023 atoms of sulphur (4) 6. than between 4f and 5d orbitals (3) More reactive nature of the actinoids than the (3) . Major Test For Target : Pre-Medical 2016/07-04-2016 46. % (2) The d-orbitals are partially filled (2) d. The melting point of Zn is lower as compared to 52.18 (1) 18. 48. reaction X2 + 3Y2 2XY3. Mole fraction of O2 in O2 and O3 mixture is 51.02 × 1023 47.25. then (Given PA0 > PB0-) A ( PA0 > PB0-) YA YA YA YA (1) X = 1 (2) X > 1 (1) X = 1 (2) X > 1 A A A A YA YA (3) X <1 (4) YA + X A = 1 (3) X <1 (4) YA + X A = 1 A A 51. % 60.4 L (4) 6. :- (1) 1 g-atom of phosphorous (1) 1 g- (2) 2 moles of water (2) (3) 22. Zn ] 3d .25 w w 0.18 52. Liquids A and B form an ideal solution. 49. are the mole fractions of A in the solution and in . ] :- the main reason being :.81 (3) 81. Y2 and XY3 are 60.82 (4) 8. O2 O3 O2 0. Which of the following has the highest mass :. (1) 5f 6d /. If XA and YA 50.18 (2) 1. than 4f and 5d orbitals (2) 5f 6d /. Larger number of oxidation states are exhibited 47. For the 50 JK–1mol–1 X2 + 3Y2 2XY3. Hence percentage concentration % of O2 % :- W W O2 in mixture is :- (1) 18. The standard entropies of X2. by the actinoides than those by the lanthanoids.18 (2) 1. X2. 4f 5d (2) More energy difference between 5f and 6d /. 40 40 and 50 JK –1 mol –1 respectively.4 L of CO2 gas at NTP (3) NTP CO2 22.81 (3) 81. What is/are true about CO2 and SO2 :. YA XA % vapour phase in equilibrium. the temperature should be (1) 500 K (2) 750 K (1) 500 K (2) 750 K (3) 1000 K (4) 1250 K (3) 1000 K (4) 1250 K 50. 46. : (3) Zn is a transition element (3) Zn (4) All of these (4) Take it Easy and Make it Easy H-10/32 1001CM303115043 .

For the reaction OF2(g) O (g) 2F(g) . Leader & Achiever Course/Phase/MLA+B+C+D +E+F+G+H+I+J+MAZA+B+C/07-04-2016 53. neutralised with 100 mL.92 × 10–3 m (2) 1. 60. We use polymetaphosphates as water softners as 58.005%. A :- (1) XeF6 (2) XeF5 (1) XeF6 (2) XeF5 (3) XeF2 (4) XeF4 (3) XeF2 (4) XeF4 58.92 × 10–3 m (3) 3. (3) (4) Its value does not depend upon presence of (4) catalyst. uncertainity 0. .84 × 10–3 m (3) 3. about the equilibrium constant ? (1) Its value does not depend upon the initial conc. Exhausted permutit is :. :- (1) Na2 Al2 Si2O8 x H2O (1) Na2 Al2 Si2O8 x H2O (2) K2 Al2 Si2O8 x H2O (2) K2 Al2 Si2O8 x H2O (3) CaAl2Si2O8 x H2O (3) CaAl2Si2O8 x H2O (4) None of these (4) 54. 53.52 × 10–4 m (4) 1. 1M BOH(monoacidic 1M BOH( . (1) of the reactants (2) Its value does not depend upon the initial conc. Xe F2 A Xe F2 573 K.10 × 10–3 m (1) 5. When 17g of H2A (dibasic acid) completely 56. : they :.84 × 10–3 m (4) 1. 56. 600 m/sec 600 m/sec with an uncertainity of 0. 1:20 What is A :.52 × 10–4 m : 1001CM303115043 H-11/32 . Which of the following statements is not correct 55.005% with which the position of electron can be located is (1) 5.10 × 10–3 m (2) 1.70 bar 57. an electron is moving with a speed of 59. .70 bar A 1:20 57. In an atom. 60.{ ) base) then molecular weight of acid is :. :- (1) 170 (2) 340 (1) 170 (2) 340 (3) 85 (4) None of these (3) 85 (4) 573 K. ) 100 mL. 17g H 2 A ( }{ . OF2(g) O (g) 2F(g) . (2) of the products (3) Its value does not depend upon temperature. What is the average O—F bond energy ? rxn H = 368 kJ O—F (1) 184 kJ (2) 368 kJ (1) 184 kJ (2) 368 kJ (3) 536 kJ (4) 736 kJ (3) 536 kJ (4) 736 kJ 55.] 368 kJ. rxnH is 54. :- (1) Form precipitates with cations of hard water (1) / (2) Form precipitates with anions of hard water (2) (3) Form soluble complexes with the cations of (3) / hard water (4) Form soluble complexes with the anion of hard (4) water 59.

9 × 10 (4) None of these (3) 41. a and b. The triad of nuclei which are isotones :.33 (3) 1.0 respectively.0 1. C X EN % 3. ] fluorine :.19 × 10 19 (2) 41.2 mg are present in 7. :- (1) 4. Major Test For Target : Pre-Medical 2016/07-04-2016 60.49 kcal.19 × 1019 (2) 41. k1a k 2 b k1a k 2 b k1a k 2 b k1a k 2 b (1) k (2) k (1) k (2) k 1 k2 1 k2 1 k2 1 k2 k1a k 2 b k1a k 2 b k1a k 2 b k1a k 2 b (3) k k (4) k (3) k1 k 2 (4) k k2 1 2 1 k2 1 61. For the reaction at 25º C N 2O 4 g 2NO 2 g .] if Gº f for N2O4 and NO2 are 23. 25º C N 2O4 g 2NO 2 g . the initial 60. 15 7 N. 9 F (1) 14 6 C.2 g/cm3 / 7. How many unit cells / = 7. Kp & (1) 113332 (2) 11.08 Å H-12/32 1001CM303115043 . If EN of 'X' and 'C' are 3.33 (1) 113332 (2) 11.39 N2O4 NO2 .2 mg of the metal :.113 66.38 Å (1) 1.88Å.27 Å (2) 1.9 × 10 (4) 62. iii and iv (4) All 64.0 2.18 Å (4) 1. k2.27 Å (2) 1. then Kp for the reaction is: 12.0 and 2.00 Å and C–C bond length 66. 19 9 F (4) 14 6 C. Which of the following fluorides can react with 62. In a reversible reaction A B. ii. }/ . The X–X bond length is 1.54 Å . 14 7 N. species are non zero :. 14 7 N.133 (4) 0. 9 F (4) 6 C. 7 N. (Isotones) 14 15 17 14 14 17 (1) 6 C. :- Cl OCH3 OH Cl OCH3 OH (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) SF4 (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) SF4 Cl OCH3 OH Cl OCH3 OH (1) i. 7 N. Gº f % 23.00 Å C–C is 1. / 2. ( a x) and (b + x) respectively.9 × 1019 20 20 (3) 41. express x in a b. iii (2) Only iv (3) ii. 9 F (3) 13 6 C. C-X :- (1) 1. X–X 1.88Å ? . A metal has a cubic lattic of side length 2.39 ] .133 (4) 0. terms of k1.54 Å. k2.18 Å (4) 1. . 61.9 × 1019 (1) 4. ii. 14 7 N.49 and 12. 9 F (2) 6 C. A B ]A B concentration of A and B are a and b in moles a b . Density of metal = 7. per litre and the equilibrium concentrations are % (a x) (b + x) x k1. iii (2) Only iv (1) i. :- (1) SF6 (2) IF5 (3) KF (4) MgF2 (1) SF6 (2) IF5 (3) KF (4) MgF2 63. 65. iii and iv (4) All (3) ii.113 (3) 1. 19 9 F 65.08 Å (3) 1.2 g/cm3. 7 N. 17 9 F 13 14 19 14 14 19 (3) 6 C. 17 9 F (2) 14 6 C. In which of the following dipole moment of 63.38 Å (3) 1. 7 N. The C-X bond length is likely to be :. 64.

nodal planes :. 72. 0. The . [ without using pressure cooker takes more time.4) (2) Phenol red (6. 69. .1 to 4. (1) Methyl orange (3. 67.4) (1) Methyl orange (3.1 M concentration? ) (HA % . II and III (1) II III (2) I. The best indicator for the detection of end point 75. . Repeating unit of organosilicon polymers is :. C. N and O will be :. 0. :- (1) O > N > C > B (2) O > C > N > B (1) O > N > C > B (2) O > C > N > B (3) N > O > C > B (4) C > N > O > B (3) N > O > C > B (4) C > N > O > B 72. { in titration of a strong acid and a weak base is– .01% (4) 7. :- (1) II and III (2) I.2 to 10) (4) Phenolphthalein (8. C. .1 4.1 M BA pH respectively for the salt BA of 0.2 10) 1001CM303115043 H-13/32 . reason for this observation is that at high altitude: % (1) pressure increases (1) <+ (2) temperature decreases (2) ? (3) pressure decreases (3) ? (4) temperature increases (4) <+ 75. Correct order of 3rd Ionisation energy of B. 0. %& (1) 1 (2) 2 1 (1) 1 (2) 2 1 (3) 3 2 (4) n (n– 1) [n 4] (3) 3 2 (4) n (n– 1) [n 4] 70.4 8) (3) Bromothymol blue (6 to 7. Consider the following statements :. 1% (2) 7. A person living in Manali observed that cooking food 74. Which molecule have triagonal bipyramidal 68. 10% (1) 5. II III (3) Only I (4) I and II (3) I (4) I II 68. :- (1) IF3 (2) PCl3 (1) IF3 (2) PCl3 (3) NCl3 (4) BCl3 (3) NCl3 (4) BCl3 69. What will be the pH and (degree of hydrolysis) 70. 10% (3) 9. Ka = 10–6 BOH (Given: Ka for HA = 10–6 and Kb for BOH = 10–6) –6 . 0. 71.01% (3) 9.6) (4) Phenolphthalein (8.6) (3) Bromothymol blue (6 7. Leader & Achiever Course/Phase/MLA+B+C+D +E+F+G+H+I+J+MAZA+B+C/07-04-2016 67. Kb = 10 ) (1) 5. :- (1) 1s (2) 2s (1) (2) 1s 2s (3) 2p (4) *2px (3) (4) * z 2p z 2px 74. . geometry :. 0.01% (4) 7. In which transition minimum energy is emitted :. N O . . 1% (2) 7. :- (1) ( R 2Si ) n (2) ( R 2 Si O2 ) n (1) ( R 2Si ) n (2) ( R 2 Si O2 ) n (3) ( R 2SiO ) n (4) All of these (3) ( R 2SiO ) n (4) 73. B. :- (I) PCl3 hydrolyses in the presence of moisture (I) PCl3 HCl giving fumes of HCl / (II) PCl5 exists as [PCl4]– [PCl6]+ in solid state (II) PCl5 [PCl4]– [PCl6]+ : (III) All the five bonds in PCl 5 molecule are equivalent (III) PCl5 Choose the correct statements :. Which of the following molecular orbital has two 73. .4 to 8) (2) Phenol red (6.01% 71.

1 (2) 12. . 77.0 × 10 ) –6 (1) 6. Tetrahalides of group 14 elements (except that of 77. What is the pH of a saturated solution of Cu(OH)2? 80. a gaseous hydrocarbon having molecular formula = CnH2n – 2 n CnH2n – 2. Select correct about the following change :. 82. :- (1) NH3 < NF3 (Dipole moment) (1) NH3 < NF3 ( }/ ) (2) CO < CO2 [C–O bond length] (2) CO < CO2 [C–O ] (3) NH2– > NH4+ (Bond angle) (3) NH2– > NH4+ ( ) (4) I3– < N3– [lone pair of electron] (4) I3– < N3– [ e– ] 79. 14 ( + carbon) act as :. Cu(OH)2 pH (Ksp = 4. 'n' another lanthanoid has (14-n) unpaired electrons. Major Test For Target : Pre-Medical 2016/07-04-2016 76.0 × 10–6) (Ksp = 4.1 (2) 12.42 (4) 11. What is the value of n? . ) : :- (1) Reducing agents (2) Lewis acid (1) (2) (3) Lewis bases (4) None of these (3) { (4) 78.42 (4) 11. Which of the following is most stable :. :- (1) Na3N (2) Li3N (3) Rb3N (4) K3N (1) Na3N (2) Li3N (3) Rb3N (4) K3N 83. It means :.& (1) 1 (2) 4 (3) 3 (4) 8 (1) 1 (2) 4 (3) 3 (4) 8 80.3 (3) 8./ (4) None of these are incorrect (4) . Correct statements among the following is/are :.8 (3) 8. (2) Electronegativity is the property of bonding atoms (2) (3) Al2O3 and BeO are amphoteric oxide (3) Al2O3 BeO . Find the correct option :. :- (1) 2nd electron gain enthalpy is always endothermic (1) . At identical temperature and pressure. :- (1) Both lanthanoid shows same colour (1) (2) Both shows same magnetic behaviour (2) . (3) Both (1) and (2) (3) (1) (2) (4) Both are radioactive (4) .3 (1) 6. 82. . 78. 83. 3 3 . :- NO2+ NO2 NO2– NO2+ NO2 NO2– (1) Increase of N–O bond order (1) N–O (2) Decrease of O–N–O bond angle (2) O–N–O (3) Decrease of N–O bond length (3) N–O (4) All of the above (4) ] <+ H-14/32 1001CM303115043 . ] ] diffusion of hydrogen gas is 3 3 times that of . the rate of 79. (14-n) . A lanthanoid has 'n' unpaired electrons and 81.8 81. 76.

IV (3) II. 2– The radius of O2– ion is :. . Statement II : there is no change when undergoing II : ] boiling. .53°C mol–1 kg). Cu2 (1) Au. If l molal solution of benzoic acid in benzene has 84. { . their compound is due to their :.& (I) KH increases with increase in temperature (I) % KH <+ generally. Cu2 (3) Au2 Cu (4) Au Cu3 (3) Au2 Cu (4) Au Cu3 86. 89.44 × 10–9 m (4) 1. capacity(III). a = 0. 2.12°C –1 kg) (Kf = 5. II.53°C –1 kg) of 2.56°C. Choose the correct statement about henry’s constant.53°C (Kb = 2. (3) Filled-d-orbitals (3) -d- (4) Ability to adopt multiple oxidation state and (4) their complexing ability { 87. a = 0. / . If the lattice constant 90. II (2) I. III (3) III.514 nm and ionic radius of Sr2+ = 0. The SrO has NaCl structure. SrO NaCl . l molal a freezing point depression of 2. :- (1) Au. :- (1) Chemical reactivity (1) (2) Magnetic behaviour (2) . (II) KH decreases with increase in temperature (II) % KH ? generally. lattice in which the gold atom occupy the lattice ? point at the corner of a cube and copper atoms ? occupy the centres of each of the cube faces. = Determine the formula of this compound :.44 × 10–10 m (2) 1. .12°C mol–1 kg) and boiling point elevation 2.44 × 10–8 m (3) 1. III (4) III. (II). IV (3) II.44 × 10–9 m (4) 1.44 × 10–8 m (1) 1. then select the & correct statement/s : I: (Freezing) ] Statement I : there is dimer formation when undergoing freezing. ? .56°C (Kf = 5. O :- –10 (1) 1. III (3) III. :- (1) Ca (2) Mg (3) Be (4) Both 2 and 3 (1) Ca (2) Mg (3) Be (4) 2 3 88.44 × 10 m (2) 1.53°C (Kb = 2. II (2) I. II (2) II. II. / (III). The catalytic activity of the transition metal and 86. I (4) I 85. IV 89. I (4) only I (1) I.44 × 10–12 m (3) 1. (1) (I) & (III) (2) (II) & (III) (1) (I) (III) (2) (II) (III) (3) (I) & (II) (4) None of these (3) (I) (II) (4) 90. / not exhibit colour when heated :. ? . Cu (2) Au. Out of molar entropy(I). (III) KH is the characteristic constant of gas solvent (III) KH = system. . Cu (2) Au.514 nm Sr2+ = 0. II (2) II. III (4) III.113 nm. IV (1) I. . specific volume(II). . (I).44 × 10–12 m 1001CM303115043 H-15/32 . An alloy of gold and copper crystallizes in a cube 85. volume(IV) extensive properties are: (IV) (1) I. III : I II Statement III : reverse of I and II IV : (Freezing) Statement IV : dimer formation in freezing and boiling state (1) I. Which of the following alkaline earth metal does 87.113 nm. heat 88. Leader & Achiever Course/Phase/MLA+B+C+D +E+F+G+H+I+J+MAZA+B+C/07-04-2016 84.

(A) Calcium . " " are produced by which cells of the body. Following figure represents :. . (1) A and D (2) B. Source of CO2 for photosynthesis during day in 92.] CO2 CAM plants is :. Pinus (2) ] (3) Equisetum.Accumulates is older leaves (A) - (B) Sulphur . Pinus (1) ] (2) Selaginella. "Histamine" the inflammation producing substances 97. (1) Mast cells (2) Macrophages (1) (2) (3) Basophils (4) (1) & (3) Both (3) (4) (1) (3) H-16/32 1001CM303115043 . C and D (1) A D (2) B. ? (1) 127 (2) 7 (3) 8 (4) 255 (1) 127 (2) 7 (3) 8 (4) 255 95. How many mitotic division are required to 94. Major Test For Target : Pre-Medical 2016/07-04-2016 91. = :- (1) Hygroscopic roots of orchids (1) (2) Respiratory roots of Avecinia (2) (3) Pneumatophores of Rhizophora (3) (4) Aerial roots of Monstera (4) . [ . + 97.Helps to maintain the ribosome's (C) - structure (D Iron . Selaginella (4) ] 96. Which one of the following is example of 95. Which of the following are correctly matched? 91. 96. regarding point mutation ? ? (1) Change in a single base pair of DNA (1) DNA . . CAM ] . Selaginella (3) ] (4) Azolla. :- (1) Cycas. { . ? (1) 3-PGA (2) Malic acid (1) 3-PGA (2) Malic acid (3) Oxaloacetic acid (4) Pyruvic acid (3) Oxaloacetic acid (4) Pyruvic acid 93. (4) Loss or gain of a segment of chromosome (4) = . B D 92.Constituent of ferredoxin (B) - (C) Potassium . (3) Insertion of base pair of DNA (3) DNA { . (2) Deletion of base pair of DNA (2) DNA { . C D (3) A and C (4) A. 256 produce 256 cells in a root tip cell ? . Which of the following statement is not true 93.Essential for the formation of chlorophyll (D . % homosporous and heterosporous respectively :. <+ 94. B and D (3) A C (4) A.

b-(v). Leader & Achiever Course/Phase/MLA+B+C+D +E+F+G+H+I+J+MAZA+B+C/07-04-2016 98. :- Column-A Column-B -A -B (a) Apis (i) King crab (a) (i) (b) Lacifer (ii) Silk worm (b) (ii) (c) Limulus (iii) Honey bee (c) (iii) (d) Bombyx (iv) Mosquitoes (d) (iv) (v) Lac insect (v) (1) a-(iii). d-(iii) (4) a-(i). + NH4+ + NADPH Glutamate dehydrogenase Glutamate + H2O + NADP+ + H2O + NADP+ The above reaction is called as :. c-(i). b-(v). 99. d-(v) (2) a-(iii). d-(ii) 101. d-(ii) (3) a-(ii). The maximum volume of air a person can breathe 98. in after a forced expiration is :. %& (1) FRC (2) VC (3) TLC (4) EC (1) FRC (2) VC (3) TLC (4) EC 99. Observe the diagram given below :. d-(ii) (2) a-(iii). d-(iii) (3) a-(ii). = /. d-(ii) (4) a-(i). (3) Catalytic amidation (3) (4) Reductive amination (4) .ketoglutaric acid + NH4 + NADPH + 101. b-(v). . 100. B and C are:. c-(iii). . c-(i). d-(v) (1) a-(iii). b-(ii). c-(iii). A. b-(ii). B C %& A B C A B C (1) Hepatic artery Portal vein Hepatic vein (1) / (2) Portal vein Hepatic vein Hepatic artery (2) / (3) Hepatic vein Hepatic artery Portal vein (3) / (4) Hepatic vein Portal vein Hepatic artery (4) / 100. -A &B . (C) (C) LIVER (A) (A) INTESTINE = The correct names of A. 1001CM303115043 H-17/32 . c-(i). c-(i). b-(v). . b-(v). %& SVC SVC IVC RA LA IVC RA LA (B) RV LV (B) RV LV HEART . c-(i). c-(i). b-(v). :- (1) Oxidative deamination (1) (2) Oxidative amination (2) . Match column-A with column-B :.

and leafy gametophyte :. turgor pressure-7 atm and 10 atm. ? (1) Movement of water from cell B to A (1) B A (2) No movement of water (2) (3) Equilibrium between the two (3) (4) Movement of water from cell A to B (4) A B 103. . A B A osmotic pressure 10 atm. -7 atm. B. Which of the following are primary meristems. homodont. Cell membrane of procaryotes is a :./ . monophyodont (3) . Two cells A and B are contiguous. 104. . . /. :- (1)Unit membrane composed of lipids and proteins (1) + (2) Unit membrane composed of only proteins (2) (3) Unit membrane composed of lipids (3) (4) Cell membrane is absent (4) 104. H-18/32 1001CM303115043 . = A. heterodont./ 107. all the four parts A. . . turgor pressure 3 atm and diffusion 3 atm 5 atm pressure deficit 5 atm. diphyodont (1) . Given below is the diagram of a bacteriophage. heterodont. Cell A has 102./ (4) Cork cambium & Inter fascicular cambium (4) . 107. (2) thecodont. 106. C In which one of the options. polyphyodont (4) . (1) Apical meristem & intercalary meristem (1) (2) Phellogen & Intra fascicular cambium (2) % . C and D are correct ? A A C B C B D D A B C D A B C D (1) (1) Tail fibres Head Sheath Collar (2) (2) Sheath Collar Head Tail fibres (3) Head Sheath Collar Tail fibres (3) (4) Collar Tail fibres Head Sheath (4) 105. diffusion pressure deficit 3 atm./ (3) Inter fascicular cambium & Intra fascicular cambium (3) . :- (1) Spore (2) Bud (1) (2) (3) Prothallus (4) Thalloid body (3) (4) 106. . (4) thecodont. D %& B. heterodont. pressure 8 atm./ % . Major Test For Target : Pre-Medical 2016/07-04-2016 102. . :- (1) thecodont. . . (3) thecodont. Cell B has osmotic 3 atm ] B 8 atm. Features of human teeth are:. 103. diphyodont (2) . Which is intermediate stage between protonema 105. The result will be :. .

(3) In the eye orbit of vertebrates (3) = (4) In the stomach of parrot (4) . ? (1) Trachea & alveolar duct (1) . DNA How many statements are correct ? (1) One (2) Two ? (3) Three (4) Four (1) (2) (3) (4) 1001CM303115043 H-19/32 . (2) a-female and b-male Aschelminthes ascaris (3) a. + . DNA (C) Histones are organised to from a unit of eight molecules called as histone octamer (C) .& (a) (b) (a) (b) Organism Phylum (1) a-male and b-female Aschelminthes (1) a. 110. b. b- (3) a-male earthworm and Annelida b-female earthworm (4) a-female ascaris and Annelida (4) a. DNA Histone Histone octamer Core of histone molecules (A) Histone octamer is made up of 5 types of Histone protein (A) 5 (B) A typical nucleosome contains 200 bp of DNA Helix (B) 200 . . ascaris (2) a. . Papillary muscles are present :. 111. (D) The negatively charged DNA is wrapped around the positively charged histone octamer (D) to form a structure called nucleosome. (1) In the dermis of skin of mammals (1) (2) In the ventricles of heart of rabbit (2) . . (2) Trachea & Bronchi (2) (3) Alveolar duct & Alveoli (3) . (4) Alveoli & Trachea (4) 109. b- b-male ascaris DNA H1 Histone H1 Histone 111. . Leader & Achiever Course/Phase/MLA+B+C+D +E+F+G+H+I+J+MAZA+B+C/07-04-2016 108. b. In which part of lungs gaseous exchange takes place? 108. Identify the organism in the given diagram and 110. = their phylum . 109.

intercellular spaces . Transpiration driven ascent of xylem sap does not 112. C3 . about parenchyma ? (1) % . Which one of the following statement is incorrect 116. . ] 116. . . = diagram ? :- Antheridium Antheridium Oogonium Oogonium (1) Planogametic copulation (1) . The photorespiration is a glycolate metabolism in 113. . hemicellulose & pectin Time Management is Life Management H-20/32 1001CM303115043 . Major Test For Target : Pre-Medical 2016/07-04-2016 112. (2) Gametangial contact (2) . Choose the incorrect statement regarding red algae:. 115. (3) Adhesion (4) Surface tension (3) (4) 113. (4) The cells walls are much thickened at the corners (4) ] due to a deposition of cellulose. depend on :. ? (1) Cohesion (2)Solute concentration of sap (1) (2) . . How many organelles are involved in photorespiration with double membranous ? ? (1) Three organelles (2) Two organelles (1) (2) (3) One orgenelles (4) Four organelle (3) (4) 114. Which is a correct identification of the given 114. :- (1) They have always predominance of the (1) r- r-phyocyanin in their body (2) Most of red algae are found in the warmer (2) % ] areas of ocean (3) They usually reproduce by fragementation (3) [ } (4) Common members are Polysiphonia and Porphyra (4) . (1) The cells are usually isodiametric (2) (2) Their cells walls are made up of cellulose (3) The cells may either be closely packed or have (3) . C3-green cells. ... (4) Spermatization (4) 115. (3) Gametangial copulation (3) . .

temperature (4) pO2 . ( ). b. b-Pristis (Saw fish) (4) a. ( ). pH+ . temperature (1) pO2 . H+ . (3) pO2 . . ( ) (3) a-Labeo (Rohu).71 (2) 1 (3) 0. pCO2 . temperature (2) pO2 . The R. b. . C-S. C-N. 120.Q. salivary amylase in our mouth (2) Oxyntic cells in our stomach secrete the (2) . pH+ . Leader & Achiever Course/Phase/MLA+B+C+D +E+F+G+H+I+J+MAZA+B+C/07-04-2016 117. pCO2 . b. P-O etc bonds is :. (4) ingestion of solid particles is called pinocytosis. 118. pCO2 . During muscular contraction Ca++ ions bind with 119. pCO2 . ( ) (4) a-Scoliodon (Dog fish) . HbO2 ciation of HbO2 at tissue level ? . H+ . H+ . 118. = :- (1) a-Hippocampus (sea horse). b-Catla (Katla) (1) a. (R. Enzyme class associated with ATP mediated join. P-O ing of C-O. 119. Identify the organism and their common name :. 121.Q.71 (2) 1 (3) 0. pCO2 .718 (4) 3. pCO2 .) :- (1) 2. vacuole is called tonoplast (3) gametes of plants are without cell wall (3) . ATP ] :- (1) Oxidoreductase (2) Transferases (1) (2) (3) Lyases (4) Ligases (3) (4) 123. pCO2 . & (1) glycoprotein of plasma membrane facilitate (1) . (1) pO2 . :- (1) Actin (2) Myosin (1) (2) (3) Troponin (4) Tropomyosin (3) (4) 120. ( ). ] regarding digestion and absorption of food in human? ? (1) About 60% of starch is hydrolysed by (1) 60% ] . H+ . b. ] C-O. b-Labeo (Rohu) (2) a.250 122. Which of the following factors favour the disso. of germinating castor seed is :. cellular recogination (2) the semipermeable membrane surrounding the (2) ? . Identify the incorrect statement :. b-Clarias (Magur) (3) a. (2) pO2 . H+ . H+ . ? ( ) (2) a-Clarias (Magur). temperature (3) pO2 . peptons and proteoses (4) Bile contains important enzymes (4) .250 (1) 2. ] proenzyme pepsinogen (3) Dipeptides are products of action of trypsin (3) ] on proteins. Ca++ a subunit of :. (4) pO2 . pCO2 . ) 121. (4) 1001CM303115043 H-21/32 . ) . Which one of the following statements is true 117.718 (4) 3. C-S. 122. C-N. 123.

D. fern. Adiantum. B. some of the glycerol and fatty acids 127. In a villus. moss. %& E E D D C C B B A A (1) B. B.S. D. C. A (3) A. C. D. A. = /. 'x' - x x (1) Sieve plate (2) Sieve tube element (1) (2) (3) Phloem parenchyma (4) Companion cell (3) (4) 127. C. E (4) C. In 126. B. D. C. D. C. ] % Cycas and Ephedra will be placed respectively :. cycadales and gnetales = respectively. coated with proteins proteins coating and then transported as chylomicrons to the :. ? (1) Anacardiaceae (1) (2) Poaceae (2) (3) Liliaceae (3) (4) Solanaceae (4) 126. . C. D (3) A. E (2) A. B. D. B. In this diagram Funaria. B. Major Test For Target : Pre-Medical 2016/07-04-2016 124. E (4) C. D (1) B. = organisms is shown in the diagram where A. D. E % ] ] D. C. Mango belongs to which family ? 125. glycerol ] are combined to form fats. Evolutionary relationship of three major group of 124. E (2) A. C. E are liverworts. chylomicrons : :- (1) Lacteals (1) ( ) (2) Capillaries (2) (3) Lumen of the small intestine (3) = } (4) Lumen of the large intestine (4) = } H-22/32 1001CM303115043 . of phloem tissue. Given figure represents L. A 125. which labelled structure 'x' is . ].

naja b. Auxin inhibits the growth of. Viper snake 4. Indian cobra iii. b. Non poisonous 1. 128. . 129. Leader & Achiever Course/Phase/MLA+B+C+D +E+F+G+H+I+J+MAZA+B+C/07-04-2016 128. iii. memory and communication (d) – (d) Pons – Consist fibre tracts that inter connect different brain regions (1) a. 2.urge for (b) – ] eating and drinking =. d 129. c. d (4) only a. (1) 1-d-iii 2-c-ii 3-a-iii 4-b-i (1) 1-d-iii 2-c-ii 3-a-iii 4-b-i (2) 1-a-i 2-b-iii 3-c-ii 4-d-iii (2) 1-a-i 2-b-iii 3-c-ii 4-d-iii (3) 1-d-ii 2-c-iii 3-a-iii 4-b-i (3) 1-d-ii 2-c-iii 3-a-iii 4-b-i (4) 1-d-iii 2-c-ii 3-b-i 4-a-ii (4) 1-d-iii 2-c-ii 3-b-i 4-a-ii 131. Snakes Common name Toxins . Find out the correct match :. (1) Hinge joint (2) Pivot joint (1) Hinge joint (2) Pivot joint (3) Ball & Socket joint (4) Gliding joint (3) Ball & Socket joint (4) Gliding joint 130. . c. :. 1. Naja . / modulation on hexokinase enzyme (3) All reversible inhibitions are not non (3) . 4. ii. c. /. correct answer. I. c. c (2) only a. Match the following column I. Ajgar ii. II and III to select 130. . c. c correct (2) a. II III . c correct (3) only b. Sea snake i. Which of the following statements is correct 132. (c) Association – Intersensory (c) {= – ] area association. b. d. Neurotoxic 3. regarding enzymes ? ? (1) Inhibition of succinate dehydrogenase enzyme (1) } .. Hydrophis c. %& (1) Apical bud (1) (2) Lateral axillary buds (2) (3) Roots on stem cutting (3) (4) Parthenocarpic development of fruits (4) 132. d correct (4) a. Haemotoxic 2. 131. The joint of between humerus and pectoral girdle is:. Python d. :- (a) Limbic system – regulation of sexual (a) = – behaviour with hypothalamus (b) Thalamus – Controls body temperature. ] competitive inhibitions (4) Competitive inhibitions can not be checked (4) <+ by increasing substrate concentration 1001CM303115043 H-23/32 . d correct (3) b. 3. Vipera russeli a. (2) Glucose-6-phosphate shows positive allosteric (2) -6. by malonate is an irreversible inhibition ]. i. a. c (1) only a. . . b.

/ H-24/32 1001CM303115043 . . 134. In which labelled structures A.II -I . Xylem Vascular sec. Which pair is wrong :. xylem Phloem (2) (2) Phellem Sec. Match the two Columns and give the correct answer :.I Column . Xylem Vascular Primary Sec. cortex sec.II (i) Water net Alga (a) Chlorella (i) (a) (ii) Pond wool (b) Ulva (ii) (b) (iii) Sea lettuce (c) Ulothrix (iii) ) (c) (iv) Space Alga (d) Hydrodictyon (iv) (d) (1) i-a ii-b iii-c iv-d (1) i-a ii-b iii-c iv-d (2) i-b ii-a iii-d iv-c (2) i-b ii-a iii-d iv-c (3) i-a ii-b iii-d iv-c (3) i-a ii-b iii-d iv-c (4) i-d ii-c iii-b iv-a (4) i-d ii-c iii-b iv-a 135.E % D. Choose the incorrect statement about Ascomycetes:.E are respectively . = dicot stem. :- (1) Mycelium is branched and septate (1) (2) Sexual spores are produced endogenously (2) : (3) They have sac like structure in which karyogamy (3) . :- (1) Amyloplast Starch (1) (2) Aleuroplast Protein (2) (3) Leucoplast Chlorophyll (3) (4) Elaioplast Lipids (4) 134./ (4) Lenticel Sec. ] takes place (4) Reduction division occurs in fruiting bodies (4) .B C & A. & D D E E C C B B A A A B C D E A B C D E (1) (1) Lenticel Cork Primary Pith Sec./ ring . ] ] and form conidia 136. Given diagram represents secondary growth in a 136. (3) Phellem Cork sec. %& Column . (4) Cambium xylem Phloem .B C D. Phloem Primary Cambium xylem . Phloem Primary (3) cambium xylem . 133. 135. Major Test For Target : Pre-Medical 2016/07-04-2016 133.

Mg+2 (3) DNA. water supply water supply is normal is short 140. %& (1) Thalamus / hypothalamus of the hind brain and (1) medulla oblongata of the fore brain. 138. Cl. Galactose. ] . Amino acid (1) . (2) Glucose. The mid brain is located between the :. (2) Thalamus / hypothalamus of the hind brain and (2) pons of fore brain (3) Thalamus / hypothalamus of the fore brain and (3) pons of hind brain (4) Cerebellum of fore brain and pons of hind (4) brain 139. between Juxtamedullary and Cortical nephron. Lumen Enterocyte Blood 2Na+ 3Na + 2Na+ 3Na + + A + A Na T Na T P P A 2K+ A 2K+ Protein Protein B B C C A. ribose. The living fossil belong to phylum arthropoda is 140. /. B and C are respectively :. Find out the correct difference :. . A. (1) Limulus (2) Locusta (1) (2) ( ) (3) Neopilina (4) Laccifer (3) (4) ( ) 1001CM303115043 H-25/32 . Leader & Achiever Course/Phase/MLA+B+C+D +E+F+G+H+I+J+MAZA+B+C/07-04-2016 137. fructose (4) ] ] 138. Mg+2 (4) Glucose . B C % :- (1) Pyruvic acid. Following is a tabular representation of differences 139. Lumen Enterocyte Blood 137. Cl. :- Feature Juxtamedullary Cortical nephron nephron (1) Size Smaller Larger (1) (2) Loop of Longer Short (2) Henle (3) Presence 85% of total 15% of total (3) nephrons nephrons 85% 15% (4) Function Control plasma Control plasma (4) volume when volume when . fructose and Ribose (2) ] ] (3) DNA.

142. ] protruding jaws. dorsal & hollow (2) ] .3 × 109 (1) 3. hands and 147. :- (1) Double. (2) (3) Endosperm (4) Nucellus (3) (4) ( . (1) Apple (2) Straw berry (1) (2) (3) Pear (4) All of the above (3) (4) 146. (4) Single. 146.3 × 109 (3) 1. (1) (2) over secretion of growth hormone in adult. Gorilla like man with large head. (2) (3) excess of vitamin 'C' in diet. The nerve cord of cockroach is .3 × 107 (2) 3. = [ %& Ventral root .66 × 107 (3) 1. Which of the following statement does not 141. ganglion (A) Gray (B) (A) matter (B) . LDP DNP for flowering (4) Number of correct photoperiodic induction (4) [. ? (1) Male gametophyte (2) Microspore (1) . Major Test For Target : Pre-Medical 2016/07-04-2016 141.. Sensory Interneuron (E) neuron (D) (D) (E) (1) A (2) B (3) D (4) E (1) A (2) B (3) D (4) E H-26/32 1001CM303115043 . (3) 'C' (4) excess secretion of TSH. is produced due to . (2) Double.66 × 107 144. Find out the correct labelling in the following diagram 148.. ventral & hollow (4) ] . (2) Conversion of shoot apex into reproductive apex (2) : (3) Red light is stimulatory in SDP. [ (3) Single. In which of the following. of a human? (1) 3..66 × 109 (4) 1.. may vary from plant to plant 142. dorsal & solid (3) ] ... Which structure is not haploid in Gymnosperm? 144. ] (1) over secretion of thyroxin.) 145. (4) TSH 148. thalamus is edible part? 145. ventral & solid (1) ] . LDP and DNP (3) SDP. White (C) matter (C) . How many nucleosomes are imagine in a egg cell 143. :- (1) Animal cellulose (Tunicine) (1) ( ) (2) Fungal cellulose (Chitin) (2) ( ) (3) Animal starch (Glycogen) (3) ( ) (4) Plant cement (Pectin) (4) ( ) 143.3 × 107 (2) 3.66 × 109 (4) 1. [ . Nitrogen containing polysaccharide is :. . characterise photoperiodism ? ? (1) Mediated by florigen hormone (1) /.. [ 147.

.(ii). . At higher light intensities gradually rate of 151... (ii) (2) (i) Uremia. :– (1) They are xerophytes. sample and found that it contained the N2 bases A = 20%. . in following proportion A = 20%. .(i). (4) . G = 30%.... (4) . . 151.. ? (1) S phase of interphase is known as synthesis (1) S phase. food? (1) Onion (2) Alstonia (1) (2) (3) Opuntia (4) Nepenthes (3) (4) 1001CM303115043 H-27/32 . (3) G1 [. Leader & Achiever Course/Phase/MLA+B+C+D +E+F+G+H+I+J+MAZA+B+C/07-04-2016 149. 154.{ 155. . In which of the following plant..(ii). :- (A) . fleshy leaves store 155. [. to kidney failure (B) Ultimate method in correction of acute renal (B) {. & (1) Further increases (1) <+ (2) Further decreases (2) (3) Does not show further increase (3) <+ (4) First decreass then increases (4) ? 152.. (ii) (3) (i) Ketonuria... in blood which is highly harmful and may lead .. Which animals belongs to the largest phylum and 150.. This data indicates that – – (1) Nucleic acid in the sample is single stranded DNA (1) .{ . T = 15%.. (ii) Hemodialysis (1) (i) . (1) (2) Type of fertilisation is siphonogamy.. : photosynthesis .. (3) Locusta and Pheretima (4) Nereis and Octopus (3) . Select the 149. T = 15%. Which one of the following is incorrect ? 153.... (ii) Hemodialysis (3) (i) ] (ii) (4) (i) Glycosuria. ... the second largest phylum of animalia respectively? ? (1) Pila and Apis (2) Aedes and Loligo (1) . C = 35%.. A molecular biologist analysed a nucleic acid 152. (2) G1 DNA x s (2) At the end of G1 the DNA amount was x then after DNA 2x the end of s phase the DNA amount will be 2x.. (2) . Given below are two statements (A–B). (1) (i) Uremia. is a condition of accumulation of urea (A) . RNA 153. failures is . (ii) Kidney transplantation (2) (i) . (A–B) option which correcly fills up the blank :. G = 30% . Choose the correct statement about Bryophytes:– 154. C = 35%.... (2) (3) Gametophytic generation is short lived (3) (4) Germination of spore is direct or indirect..(i)...... (ii) Kidney transplanation (4) (i) ] (ii) 150. 16 s (3) End of G1 the chromosome n is 16 then the after the end of s phase will be 32.. DNA (2) Nucleic acid in the sample is double stranded DNA (2) } DNA (3) Nucleic acid in the sample is double stranded RNA (3) } RNA (4) Nucleic acid in the sample is single stranded RNA (4) . 32 (4) Plant can show mitotic division in both haploid (4) and diploid cell.

Adamsia a. Na <+ %& (1) Low level of ADH (1) ADH (2) Low level of Aldosterone (2) (3) More level of ANF (3) ANF (4) High level of Angiotensin (4) 160. no polyp gooseberry and medusa 3. Aurelia b. {= cortex ? (A) motor area (B) sensory area (A) {= (B) {= (C) Association area (C) {= (1) A and B (2) B only (1) A B (4) B (3) A and C (4) All A. iv. Column-I Column-II Column-III -I -II -III 1. Polyp and 2. The effect of insulin is :. In the genetic code dictionary. [. Obelia c. Jelly iv. (2) (3) inhibition of glucagon secretion. Major Test For Target : Pre-Medical 2016/07-04-2016 156. (1) <+ (2) decrease of blood glucose. a. 4. 162. Sea iii. (3) (4) production of histamine. II 160. Pleurobrachia d. d. (1) (2) (1) Erythrocytes (2) Leucocytes (3) Thrombocytes (4) Neutrophils (3) (4) 157. how many codons 162. :- element present in human blood are :. Which of the following areas present in cerebral 158. c. 2. ii. B C 159. 3. Mesophyll cell and bundle sheath cell of C4 plants 161. + . have :. :- (1) Calvin cycle enzymes (1) . b. i. (4) 158. B and C (4) A C (4) A. (1) 2-b-i 1-d-iv 3-a-ii 4-c-iii (1) 2-b-i 1-d-iv 3-a-ii 4-c-iii (2) 1-b-i 2-d-iv 3-a-ii 4-c-iii (2) 1-b-i 2-d-iv 3-a-ii 4-c-iii (3) 1-b-iv 2-d-i 3-c-iii 4-a-ii (3) 1-b-iv 2-d-i 3-c-iii 4-a-ii (4) 2-d-i 1-b-iv 3-a-ii 4-c-iii (4) 2-d-i 1-b-iv 3-a-ii 4-c-iii 161.Sea fur i. Which condition causes more Na in blood plasma? 159. iii. The second most abundant in number formed 156. Polyp only fish 4. ? (1) increase of blood glucose. Sea ii. -I. anemone medusa both . Identify the correct match from the column -I. C4 /. 157. (2) Carboxylase activity (2) ( ) (3) Similar CO2 acceptor (3) CO2 (4) Grana in chloroplasts (4) . are used to code for all protein amino acids :. :- (1) 61 (2) 64 (3) 20 (4) 10 (1) 61 (2) 64 (3) 20 (4) 10 H-28/32 1001CM303115043 . Medusa only 1. II III and III.

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