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AIIMS MOCK TEST PAPER

IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS egRoiw.kZfunsZ'k


Duration : 3 hrs Max. Marks : 200

A. General : A. l kekU; :
1. This Question Paper is based on AIIMS pattern 1. ;g iq fLrd kvkid kiz 'u i=kgS A ft lesaAIIMS d siS VuZ
contains 100 (30 Physics, 30 Chemistry, 30 Biology d svuql kj 100 (30 Physics, 30 Chemistry, 30
& 10 General Knowledge) questions. Actual AIIMS Biology & 10 General Knowledge) iz 'u gS Aa AIIMS
Paper will have 200 (60 Physics, 60 Chemistry, 60 -2013 es a 200 (60 Physics, 60 Chemistry, 60
Biology & 20 General Knowledge) questions which Biology & 20 General Knowledge) iz 'u gksa xsft Ugsa
will have to be solved in 3:30 Hous. 3:30 Hous es ad juk gksxkA
2. The question paper CODE is printed on the right 2. iz 'u i=kd kd ks M CODE izLrq r i`"B d s ij nk,d ksus
hand top corner on this sheet of this booklet.
esaNik gSA
3. jQ d k;Zijh{kk iq fLrd k esad soy fu/kkZfjr t xg ij
3. Rough work is to be done on the space provided for
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this purpose in the Test Booklet only. This space is
gSA
given at the bottom of each page.
4. ijh{kk Hkou d svUnj d ks jsd kxt ] fDy i cksM Z] y kWx
4. Blank paper, clipboard, log tables, slide rules,
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u]is t j vkS j
calculators, cellular phones, pagers and electronic
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gadgets in any form are not allowed.
5. mRrj i=k] ,d ;a =k Js.khd j.k ;ksX; i=k Objective
5. The answer sheet, a machine-gradable Objective
Response Sheet (ORS) gSt ksfd vyx lsfn;st k;s xaAas
Response Sheet (ORS), is provided separately. 6. iq fLrd k vFkok ORS esau rksgsj Q sj d jsau gh mls
6. Do not Tamper / mutilate the ORS or this booklet. fod r d js aA
7. Do not break the seals of the question-paper booklet 7. t c rd ifjos "kd funsZ'k ughansarc rd iz'u i=k d h
before instructed to do so by the invigilators. lhy d ksugha[kksay sA
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provide on the back page of this booklet. micaf/kr LFkku ij ghHkjsaA
B. Filling the bottom-half of the ORS : B. v ks
v kj,l (ORS) d sfupy s&v k/ksfgLl sd k Hkjko :
9. The ORS has CODE printed on its lower and upper 9. v ksv kj,l d sfupy svkSj ijh Hkkxksaesad wV la[;k
Parts. eqfnzr d h x;h gSA
10. Make sure the CODE on the ORS is the same as v kj,l vkSj bl iqfLrd k ij eqfnzr d wV l a[;k
10. v ks
that on this booklet. If the Codes do not match, ,d gh gS;g fuf'pr d jsaA ;fn d wV l a[;k esy u
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sig with pen in appropriate boxes. Do not write cqy cq
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these anywhere else. v ks
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registration number with Blue/Black ball pen.
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C. iz
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C. Question paper format and Marking scheme :
13. iz'ui=k 4 Hkkxksa d k gS Hkkx-A (Physics), Hkkx-B
13. The question paper consists of 4 Parts (Part-A
(Chemistry), Hkkx-C (Biology) rFkkHkkx-D (General
(Physics), PART-B (Chemistry), PART-C (Biology)
Knowledge) gS A
& Part-D (General Knowledge)).
14. [k.M I d siz R;sd iz'u d sfy ,];fn vkiusflQ Zmfpr
14. For each question, you will be awarded 1 marks if
mRrjoky scqYy sd ksghd ky kfd ;kgSrksvkid ks1 v ad
you darken the bubble corresponding to the correct
fn;st k,axs A ;fn fd lhHkhcqYy sd ksd ky kughafd ;kgS
answer and zero marks if no bubble is darkened.
rks'kwU; v ad fn;k t k,xkA xy r mRrj d scqYy sd ks
In case of bubbling of incorrect answer, minus one
d ky kd jusij _ .kkRed ,d frgkbZ(1/3) v ad fn;k
third (1/3) mark will be awarded.
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PART-A PART-A

SECTION - I [k.M - I
Straight Objective Type
l h/ksoLrqfu"B izd kj
This section contains 50 multiple choice
bl [k.M esa 50 cgq& fod Yih iz'u gSA izR;sd
questions. Each question has 4 choices
(a), (b), (c) and (d) out of which ONLY ONE iz'u d s 4 fod Yi (a), (b), (c) rFkk (d) gSa,
is correct. ft uesal sfl Q Z,d l gh gSA

1. What is the fractional error in g calculated from 1. T 2 / g lsg d seku esafHkUukRed =kqfV D;k gksxh

T 2 / g ? Given fractional error in T and are


;fn T rFkk esafHkUukRed =kqfV 3 rFkk 2 nh xbZgSA
3 and 2 respectively ?
(a) 5 (b) 1
(a) 5 (b) 1
(c) 8 (d) 4
(c) 8 (d) 4

2. The dimensional formula of b4 ( = stefans 2. b4 LVhQ u fu;rkad rFkk b = ohu fu;rkad d k


constant and b = weins constant) is
foeh; lw=k gS&
(a) [M0L0T0] (b) [M1L4T3]
(a) [M0L0T0] (b) [M1L4T3]
(c) [M1L2T1] (d) [M1L6T3]
(c) [M1L2T1] (d) [M1L6T3]

3. The coordinates of a moving particle at any time t 3. fd lhle; t ij ,d xfreku d .kd sfuns
'kka
Z d x = 4t rFkk
2
are given x = 4t and y = 2t . The speed of the particle
y = 2t2 lsfn;st krsgS
A d .k d h pky gS&
is
(a) 4t +2t2 (b) 4(1+t) (a) 4t +2t2 (b) 4(1+t)

(c) 4 1 t 2 (d) 4 1 t 2 (c) 4 1 t 2 (d) 4 1 t 2


;fn a1 rFkk a 2 nksvjs[kh; bd kbZlfn'k gSrFkk ;fn f

4. If a1 and a 2 are two non collinear unit vectors and 4.


if | a1 + a 2 | = 3 than ( a1 a 2 ) . (2 a1 + a 2 ) is | a1 + a 2 | = 3 rc ( a1 a 2 ) . (2 a1 + a 2 )

3 3
(a) 2 (b) (a) 2 (b)
2 2

1
(c) (d) 1 1
2 (c) (d) 1
2

RESONANCE PAGE # 1
5. A ball is dropped from the roof of a tower of height 5. ,d xsan h p kbZd h ehukj d h Nr lsfxjkbZt krh gS
h. The total distance covered by it in the last second
xfr d svfUre lSd .M esabld s}kjkr; d qy nwjhbld s
of its motion is equal to the distance covered by it
}kjk izFke rhu lSd .M esar; d h xbZnwjh d scjkcj gSA
in first three seconds. The value of h in meter is
(g=10 m/s2) h d k eku ehVj easgS(g=10 m/s2)
(a) 125 (b) 200 (a) 125 (b) 200

(c) 100 (d) 80 (c) 100 (d) 80

6. A ball is released from the top of a tower of height h 6. ,d xs


an T ehVj
p hehukj d s'kh"kZlsNksMht krhgSA ;g
meters. It takes T second to reach the ground. What
T
ry rd igqp usesaT lsd .M d k le; y srh gSA le;
T 2
is the position of the ball at second
2
lSd .M ij xsan d h fLFkfr D;k gksxh\

h
(a) meters from the ground h
2 (a) ry ls ehVj
2

3h
(b) meters from the ground 3h
4 (b) ry ls ehVj
4

h
(c) meters from the ground h
4 (c) ry ls ehVj
4

7h
(d) meters from the ground 7h
9 (d) ry ls ehVj
9

7. In unifrom circular motion 7. ,d leku orh; xfr esa&


(a) Velocity remains constant (a) os
x fu;r jgrk gSA
(b) Acceleration remains constant (b) Roj.k fu;r jgrk gSA
(c) speed remains constant
(c) pky fu;r jgrh gSA
(d) none of above
(d) ij es
alsd ksbZugha

8. A particle moves in circle of radius 50 cm at two 8. 50 cm f=kT;k d s,d okkd kj iFk esa,d d .k]nks?kw.kZu
revolutions per second. The acceleration of the
izfr lsd .M d h nj lsxfr d jrk gSA rc d .k d k Roj.k
particle in meter per second2 is
ehVj izfr lsd .M 2 esagS:
(a) 2 (b) 82
(a) 2 (b) 82
(c) 42 (d) 23
(c) 42 (d) 23

RESONANCE PAGE # 2
9. On a smooth plane surface (figure) two block A 9. fpd uh lery lrg ij fLFkr Cy kWd A ij 30 N d k cy
and B are accelerated up by applying a force 30
rFkk Cy kWd B ij 5N d k cy y xkusij Cy kWd A rFkk B
N on A and 5 N on B as shown in figure If mass of
ij d h vksj Rofjr gksrsgSA ;fn A rFkk B d k nzO;eku
B is same as that of A, the force on B is
leku gSrksCy kWd B ij cy gS&

30N 5N
A B 30N 5N
A B

(a) 30 N (b) 15 N (a) 30 N (b) 15 N


(c) 17.5 N (d) 5 N (c) 17.5 N (d) 5 N

10. Two pulley arrangements of figure given are identical. 10. fp=kkuql kj nks,d leku f?kjuhO;oLFkknhxbZgS A jLlhd k
The mass of the rope is negligible. In fig (a), the nzO;eku ux.; gSA fp=k (a) esanzO;eku m d ksjLlh d s
mass m is lifted by attaching a mass 3m to the nwl jsfljsij ,d vU; nz O;eku 3m yVd kd j ij mBk;k
other end of the rope. In fig (b), m is lifted up by
t krkgS A fp=k(b) esanz
O;eku m d ksjLlhd snwl jsfljsij
pulling the other end of the rope with a constant
downward force F = 3mg. The acceleration of m in ,d fu;r cy F = 3mg (uhpsd h vksj) y xkd j ij
the two cases are respectively mBk;k t krk gSA nksuksfLFkfr;ksaesanzO;eku m d k Roj.k
e'k% gS&

(a) 3g, g (b) g/2, 2g (a) 3g, g (b) g/2, 2g


(c) g/3, 2g (d) g, g/3 (c) g/3, 2g (d) g, g/3

RESONANCE PAGE # 3
11. A motor drives a body along a straight line with a 11. ,d eksVj fu;r cy ls ljy js[kk d svuqfn'k ,d oLrq
constant force. The power P developed by the motor
d kspy krh gSA eksVj }kjk fod flr 'kfDr P d k nwjh d s
must vary with distance s according to
lkFk fuEu o d s vuql kj ifjorZu gksrk gSA

(a)
(a)

(b)
(b)

(c)
(c)

(d)
(d)

12. A 3 kg ball strikes a heavy rigid wall with a speed of 12. ,d 3 kg nzO;eku d h xsan 10m/s pky d slkFk ,d Hkkjh
10m/s at an angle of 30. It gets reflected with the n`< nhokj ls30 d sd ks.kij Vd jkrhgSA ;g leku pky
same speed and angle as shown here. If the ball is lsijkofrZr gksrh gSrFkk fnokj d slkFk cuk;k x;k d ks.k
in contact with the wall for 0.20s, what is the average ;gkaiznf'kZr fd ;kx;kgSA ;fn xsan nhokj d slkFk0.20s
force exerted on the ball by the wall ? le; rd lEid Zes ajgrhgSrksnhokj }kjkxs n ij vkjkfsir
a
vkSl r cy D;k gksxk \
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30 30

30 30

(a) 150 N (b) Zero (a) 150 N (b) 'kwU;

(c) 150 3N (d) 300 N (c) 150 3N (d) 300 N

RESONANCE PAGE # 4
13. A disc is rolling (without slipping) on a horizontal 13. ,d pd rh {kSfrt lrg ij fcuk fQ ly sy ksVuh xfr d j
surface.C is its centre and Q and P are two points
jghgSC bld kd sUnzgSrFkkQ vkSj P nksfcUnqgSt ksfcUnq
equidistant from C. Let VP,Vq and VC be the
C lscjkcj nw
jh ij gSA ekuk VP,Vq rFkk VC e'k%fcUnq
magnitude of velocities of points P, Q and C
P, Q rFkk C d sos
xksad sifjek.k gS]rc
respectively, then

(a) VQ > VC > VP (a) VQ > VC > VP

(b) VQ < VC > VP (b) VQ < VC > VP

1 1
(c) VQ = VP, VC = VP (c) VQ = VP, VC = VP
2 2

(d) VQ < VC < VP (d) VQ < VC < VP

14. The moment of inertia of a thin square plate ABCD 14. ,d leku pkS
M kbZd hoxkZd kj iry hIy s
V ABCD d kfn;s
of unifrom thikness about given axis passing through x;sv{kks
ad slkis
{kt MRo vk?kw
.kZnhxbZfLFkfr;ksad kslarq
"V
will satisfy the condition.
d js
xk\

(a) I1 I2 (a) I1 I2

(b) I3 I4 (b) I3 I4

(c) I1= I2 = I3 = I4 (c) I1= I2 = I3 = I4

(d) I1 I2 I3 I4
(d) I1 I2 I3 I4

RESONANCE PAGE # 5
15. Suppose, the acceleration due to gravity at the 15. ekuk xq: Ro d sd kj.k iFoh d h lrg ij Roj.k 10ms
Earths surface is 10ms2 and at the surface of 2
gS] rFkk vKkr xzg iFoh d sleku d h lrg ij ;g
2
unknown planet (similar to earth) is also 10m/s .
10 ms2 gS
A ,d 60 kg nzO;eku d k;k=khiFohlsvKkr
A 60 kg passenger goes from the Earth to the
unknown planet in a spaceship moving with a xzg rd fu;r osx lsxfreku vUrfj{k ;ku lst krk gSA
constant velocity. Neglect all other objects in the vUrfj{k esafLFkr vU; oLrqd h fLFkfr d ksux.; ekfu;A
sky. Which part of figure best represents the weight o d kd kSulkHkkx O;fDr d sHkkj (ifj.kkehxq: Rod k"kZ.k
(net gravitational force) of the passenger as a
cy ) d ksle; d sQ y u d s: i esa
function of time ?
loZJ s"B : Ik lsiznf'kZr d jrk gSA

(a) A (b) B
(a) A (b) B
(c) C (d) D
(c) C (d) D

16. Two positive charge particles q1 and q2 (q1 > q2) and 16. nks/kukos
f'kr d .kq1 rFkkq2 (q1< q2) ,oanz
O;eku m1 rFkk
masses m1 and m2 (m1< m2) are released from rest m2 (m1< m2) gS]d ksfuf'pr nwjhlsfojkekoLFkklsNksM k
from a finite distance. They start under their mutual t krkgSA osijLij fLFkj oS| qr izfrd "kZ.k d sizHkko esaxfr
electrostatic repulsion. d jukizkja
Hkd jrsgSA
(a) acceleration of m1 is more than that of m2. (a) m1 d kRoj.k m2 d sRoj.klsvf/kd gSA
(b) acceleration of m2 is more than that of m1. (b) m2 d kRoj.k m1 d sRoj.klsvf/kd gSA
(c) fud k; d k nzO;eku d sUnzlHkh izd kj d sfunsZ'k ra=k esa
(c) centre of mass of system will remain at rest in
all the reference frame
fLFkj jgs
xkA
(d) fud k; d h d qy t kZfu;r ugh jgrh gSA
(d) total energy of system does not remain constant.

17. Water rises to a height of 5 cm in capillary tube 17. d s'kuy hesaikuh5 cm d h p kbZrd p<rkgSA rFkkblh
and mercury falls to a depth of 2 cm in the same
capillary tube. If the density of mercury is 13.6
d s'kuy hesaikjk2 cm xgjkbZrd uhpsfxjrkgS
A ;fn ikjs
and the angle of contact for mercury is 120, the d k?kuRo 13.6 rFkkikjsd sfy , lEid Zd ks.k120 gSrks
approximate ratio of surface tensions of water and
ikuh rFkk ikjsd si`"B ruko d k vuqikr y xHkx gS%
mercury is (approximate)
(a) 1:0.15 (b) 1 : 3 (a) 1:0.15 (b) 1 : 3

(c) 1 : 11 (d) 1.5 : 1 (c) 1 : 11 (d) 1.5 : 1

RESONANCE PAGE # 6
18. Magnus effect is based on. 18. eSXul izHkko vk/kkfjr gS&
(a) Torricellis theorem (a) Vks
jhls
y hizes;
(b) bernoullis theorem (b) cjuw
y h izes;
(c) law of gravitation
(c) xq
: Rokd "kZ.kd kfu;e
(d) conservation of linear momentum.
(d) js
[kh; laosx d klja{k.k

19. An open and closed organ pipe have the same 19. ,d [kqy h rFkk cUn vkWxZu ikbi (ok;qLrEHk) d h y EckbZ
length. The ratio of fundamental mode of frequency leku gSA nksuksufy d kesaewy fo/kkd hd EiUu vkofr d k
of vibration of two pipes is.
vuqikr gS
(a) 1 : 2 (b) 2 : 1
(a) 1 : 2 (b) 2 : 1
(c) 3 : 2 (d) 2 : 3
(c) 3 : 2 (d) 2 : 3

20. A child swinging on a swing in Standing position, 20. ,d cPpk[kM+h(standing position ) gq


bZvoLFkkesa>qy k
sits down, then the time period of the swing will >qy rsgq, vpkud cSB t krk gS] rc >wy sd k vkorZd ky
(a) increase gkxskA
(b) decreases (a) c<s
+xkgS
(c)remains same (b) ?kVs
xk
(d) increases of the child is long and decrease if (c) fu;r jgsxk
the child is short (d) ;fn cPpky EckgSrksc<s+xkrFkk;fn cPp NksVkgSrks
?kVs
xk

21. If ice at 1atmospheric pressure is heated from 40 21. ;fn cQ Zd ks1 atm nkc ij fu;r nj lsm"ekLFkkukUrj.k
C to 35C water by supplying heat at constant d s}kjk40C ls35C rd xeZfd ;kt krkgSA rkieku
rate. The graph of temperature vs time will be.
vs le; xzkQ gksxk&

(a) (b)
(a) (b)

(c) (d)
(c) (d)

RESONANCE PAGE # 7
22. When two tuning forks (fork 1 and fork 2) are 22. t c nksLofj=k ,d lkFk ct k;st krsgS] rks6 Lian izfr
sounded simultaneously, 6 beats per second are
heard. Now, some tape is attached on the prong of lSd .M lqukbZnsrsgSA vc Lofj=k-2 d h Hkqt k ij d qN Vsi
the fork 2. When the tuning forks are sounded fpid k nh t krh gSA t c Lofj=k iu%ct k;st krsgSrks8
again, 8 beats per second are heard. If the
Lia
n iz
fr lS
d .M lq
ust krsgS
A ;fn Lofj=k-1 d hvkofr 200
frequency of fork 1 is 200 Hz, then what was the
original frequency of fork 2 ? Hz gS
]rc Lofj=k-2 d h ewy vkofr D;k Fkh ?
(a) 202 Hz (b) 200 Hz (a) 202 Hz (b) 200 Hz
(c) 204 Hz (d)194 Hz
(c) 204 Hz (d)194 Hz

23. A sound absorber attenuates the sound level by 10 23. ,d /ofu vo'kks"kd /ofu Lrj 10 dB lsd e d j nsrkgSA
dB. The intensity decreases by a factor of
rhozrk xq.kkad ls?kVrh gS%
(a) 100 (b) 1000
(a) 100 (b) 1000
(c)10000 (d) 10
(c)10000 (d) 10


24. If a dipole of dipole moment p is placed in a uniform 24.

;fn p f}/kzqo vk?kw.kZd k ,d f}/kzqo le: i fo/kqr {ks=k E

electric field E , then potential energy of it is given esaj[kk t krk gS] rksml ij d k;Zjr cy vk?kw.kZfn;k
by. t krk gS%

(a) u = P E (b) u = P E (a) u = P E (b) u = P E

(c) u = | P E | (d) u = | P E | (c) u = | P E | (d) u = | P E |

25. Which of the following is incorrect statement ? 25. fn;sx;sd Fkuksaesalsd kSu lk d Fku vlR; gSA
(a) Electric field is always conservative (a) fo|q
r {ks=k ges'k lja{kh gksrk gSA
(b) Electric field due to a varying magneitc field is
(b) ifjorhZpqEcd h; {ks=k d sd kj.k mRiUUk fo|qr {ks=k
non-conservative
(c) Electric field due to stationary charge is
vlja{kh gSA
conservative (c) fojke vkos'kd sd kj.kmRiUUkfo|qr {ks=klja{khgSA
(d) none of above (d) bueslsd ksbZugha

26. The four capacitors, each of 10 F are connected 26. pkj la/kkfj=k ft uesalsizR;sd d h /kkfjrk 10 F gS] d ks
as shown in Fig. The dc voltmeter reads 100 V. The fp=kkuql kj t ksM kx;kgSA
charge on each plate of capacitor is. dc oksYVehVj 100 V d k ikB~;kad i<rk gSala/kkfj=k d h
izR;sd Iy sV ij vkos'k gS&

(a) 2 103 C (b) 1 103 C


(a) 2 103 C (b) 1 103 C
(c) 1 10 C2
(d) 2 10 C2
(c) 1 102 C (d) 2 102 C

RESONANCE PAGE # 8
27. A network of four capacitor of capacity equal to 27. /kkfjrk C1 =C, C2 =2C, C3, = 3C rFkk C4= 4C d spkj
C1 =C, C2 =2C, C3, = 3C and C4= 4C are conducted
la
/kkfj=kksokysifjiFkd ksfp=kkuq
l kj cS
V
hlst ks
Mkx;kgS
A
to a battery as shown in the figure. The ratio of the
C2ij vkos
'k rFkk cSVh d s}kjk fn;sx;svkos'k esa
charge on C2 and charge given by battery is.

(a) 4//7 (b) 3/25


(a) 4//7 (b) 3/25
(c) 7/4 (d) 22/3
(c) 7/4 (d) 22/3

28. Two wires of same metal have the length is ratio 28. leku /kkrqlscusnksrkjksad h y EckbZesavuqikr 1 : 3 gS
1 : 3 but their cross section area in the ratio 3:1. ijUrqmud svuqizLFkd kV {ks=kQ y esavuq
ikr 3 :1 gSA bUgs
They are joined in series. The resistance of the
Js.kh e esat ksM k x;k gSA vis{kkd r eksVsrkj d k izfrjks/k
thicker wire is 10. The total resistance of the
10gS
A la;kst u d k d qy izfrjks/k gS%
combination is.
(a) 5/2 (b) 40/3
(a) 5/2 (b) 40/3
(c) 100 (d) 22/3
(c) 100 (d) 22/3

29. A constant voltage is applied between the two ends 29. le: i /kkfRod rkj d snks
uksfljkasd se/; ,d fu;r okYsVs
t
of uniform metallic wire. Some heat is developed in vkjksfir fd ;k t krk gSA d qN m"ek blesamRiUu gksrh gSA
it. The heat developed will be same. mRiUu m"ek leku gksxh ;fn&
(a) rkj d h y EckbZrFkk f=kT;k nksuksd ksvk/kk d j fn;k
(a) both the length and radius of wire are halved
t k,A
(b)length is quadrupled and radius is doubled (b) rkj d hyEckbZpkj xq
ukrFkkf=kT;knks
uksd ksnkxsuqkd j
(c) the radius of wire of doubled fn;kt k,A
(c) rkj d h f=kT;k d ksnks
xquk d j fn;k t k,A
(d) the length of the wire is doubled.
(d) rkj d h y EckbZd ksnks
xquk d j fn;k t k,A

30. In the circuit shown in figure, the 5 resistance 30. fp=kkuq


l kj fn, x, ifjiFkes
a5 d siz
frjks
/kes
a/kkjkiz
okfgr
develops 20.00 cal/s due to the current flowing
gksuslsblesa20.00 cal/s m"ek mRiUu gksrh gSA lEiw.kZ
through it. The heat developed in complete network
(in cal/s ) is
ifjiFk easmRiUu m"ek (cal/s esa) gksxh %

(a) 23.8 (b) 40.9 (a) 23.8 (b) 40.9


(c) 11.9 (d) 7.1 (c) 11.9 (d) 7.1

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31. A rectangular loop (ab) carries a current i. A 31. ,d vk;rkd kj /kkjkokgh y wi ,d leku pqEcd h; {ks=k

unifrom magnetic filed B =B0 i exists in space.Then B =B0 i es
aj[kk gSrc fuEu esalsd ksulk d Fku xy r gS
which of the statment is wrong.

(a) y wi ij cy vk?kw.kZ iabB0 sin gSA


(a) torque on the loop is iabB0 sin
(b) y w
i ij cy vk?kw.kZ_ .kkRed y v{k d svuqfn'k gSA
(b) torque on the loop is in negative y- direction (c) ;fn bl y wi d ksLora=k : i lsNksM +fn;k t k, rks
;g bl izd kj eqM sxk ft llsfd d ks.k c<+t k,
(c) if allowed to move the loop turn so as to increase
(d) ;fn bl ywi d ksLora
=k: i lsNksM +fn;kt k, rks;g
(d) if allowed to move the loop turn so as to decrease
bl izd kj eqM sxk ft llsfd d ks.k ?kV t k,

32. Equal current i flows in two segments of a circular 32. orh; y wi d snksor [k.Mksesaleku /kkjk fp=k esafn xbZ
loop in the directions shown in figure. Radius of the
fn'kkd svuql kj izokfgr gSA ;fn y wi d h f=kT;ka gSrks
loop is a. Mangetic field at the centre of the loop is
y wi d sd sUnzij pqEcd h; {ks=k d keku gksxk &

0i
(a)zero (b)
0i
2a
(a) 'kw
U; (b)
2a

2 0i 0i
(c) (d)
2 0 i 0i
2a 2 2a
(c) (d)
2a 2 2a

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33. According to Curies law magnetic susceptibility 33. D;wjh fu;e d s vuql kj pqEcd h; izofr (magnetic
is related with absolute temperature T as
susceptibility) ije rki T lsfuEu izd kj lacaf/kr gS&
(a) m T (b) m 1/T2
(a) m T (b) m 1/T2
(c) m 1/T (d) m T3
(c) m 1/T (d) m T3

34. The magnetic field lines due to a bar magnetic are 34. NM+pqEcd d sd kj.kpqEcd h; cy js[kkvksad klghiz
n'kZu
correctly shown in
fuEu esagSa&

(a) (b)
(a) (b)

(c) (d) (c) (d)

35. Fig represents an area A = 1m2 situated in a uniform 35. le: i pqEcd h; {ks=k easfLFkr fp=k {ks=kQ y A = 1 m2
magnetic field
iznf'kZr d jrk gS%

B = 2.0 weber/m2 and making an angle of 30 with pqEcd h; {ks=kB = 2.0 weber/m2 gSrFkkpqEcd h; {ks=kd s
respect to magnetic field.The value of the magnetic lkFk 30 d k d ks.k cukrk gSA {ks=kQ y lsikfjr pqEcd h;
flux through the area would be equal to
y Dl d k eku gksxk %
(a) 2.0 weber (b) 3 weber
(a) 2.0 weber (b) 3 weber
(c) 3 / 2 weber (d) 0.5 weber (c) 3 / 2 weber (d) 0.5 weber

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36. A conducting rod AB of length l moves with constnat 36. y EckbZd h ,d pky d NM le: i pqEcd h; {ks=k esaX-
speed v parallel to X-axis in a uniform magnetic
v{k d slekUrj fu;r pky V lsxfreku gSA pqEcd h;
field of strength B, pointing in the positive Z-direction.
{ks=k Z v{k d svuqfn'k gSrc A rFkk B fljsd se/;
The potential difference between A and B would be
foHkokUrj gksxk&

(a) VA VB = Bvl (a) VA VB = Bvl

(b) VA VB = Bvl (b) VA VB = Bvl

(c) VA VB = 0 (c) VA VB = 0

(d) VA VB = Bvl/2 (d) VA VB = Bvl/2

37. Series RLC circuit at resonance known as 37. vuqukn d h fLFkfr ij Js.kh RLC ifjiFk d gk t krk gS:
(a) vLohd k;ZifjiFk (Rejector ciruit)
(a) Rejector circuit
(b) xz
kghifjiFk(Acceptor circuit)
(b) Acceptor circuit
(c) ;fn vuq
uknhvkofr vis
{kkd r vf/kd gks rksvLohd k;Z
(c) Rejector if resonance frequency is high
ifjiFkgks
xk
(d) Acceptor circuit if resonance frequency is low.
(d) ;fn vuquknh vkofr d e gksrks xzkgh ifjiFk gksxk

38. An inductance L (2H) having a resistance R(4) is 38. ,d izsjd Ro L (2H) ft ld k izfrjks/k R (4) gS] ,d
connected to an alternating source of angular
izR;korhZL=kksr lst qM k gSft ld h d ks.kh; vkofr gSA
frequency (10 rad/s)The Quality factor Q of
izsjd Ro d kfo'ks"krk xq.kkad Q gksxk&
inductance is
(a) 80 (b) 20
(a) 80 (b) 20
(c) 5 (d) 8
(c) 5 (d) 8

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39. Radioactive element decays to form a stable nuclie, 39. jsfM;ksl f ; rRo ,d LFkk;h ukfHkd esa: ikUrfjr gksus
then decayed nuclie (N) verses time (t) graph will
d sfy , {kf;r gksrk gS] rks{kf;r ukfHkd h; d .k (N) v/
be
s le; d se/; o gksxk %

(a)
(a)

(b)
(b)

(c)
(c)

(d)
(d)

40. A nuclear reaction is given by 40. ,d ukfHkd h; vfHkf ;knht krhgSA


A A
zX ZX +energy, represents zXA ZXA + t kZiz nf'kZr d jrsgSA
(a) fission (a) fo[k.Mu
(b) -decay
(b) -{k;
(c) - decay
(c) - {k;
(d) fusion
(d) lay ;u

41. Which represents NOR gate ? 41. d kSulkfp=k NOR }kj iznf'kZr d jrkgS&

(a) (a)

(b) (b)

(c) (c)

(d) (d)

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42. The real time variation of input signals A and B are 42. fuos'kh lad sr A rFkk B d k okLrfod le; ifjorZu
as shown below. If the inputs are fed into AND gate,
iznf'kZr fd ;k x;k gSA ;fn AND }kj d s}kjk lad sr d ks
then select the output signal from the following.
fuosf'kr fd ;k t krk gSrksfuEu esalsfuxZr lad sr gksxk&

(a) (a)

(b) (b)

(c) (c)

(d) (d)

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43. The focal length of a concave mirror are fV and fR 43. cSaxuh rFkk y ky jax d sizd k'k d sfy , vory niZ.k d h
for violet and red light respectively .Then Q ksd l nwjh e'k%fV rFkk fR gS]rc :
(a) fV > fR (a) fV > fR
(b) fV = fR (b) fV = fR
(c) fV <fR (c) fV <fR
(d) any of the three is possible depending on the (d) rhuka
ses
alsd kbsZHkhla
Hko gS;g vklS r viorZ
ukda d seku
value of the average refractive index
ij fuHkZj d jrkgSA

44. Wavelength of light used in an optical instrument 44. 1 =1000 rFkk 2 = 9000 ,d izd k'kh; mid j.k eas
are 1 = 1000 and 2 = 9000 ,then ratio of their
iz;qDr izd k'k d h rjaxnS/;ZgS] rc mud slaxr foHksnu
respective resolving powers (corresponding to 1 and
'kfDr esavuqikr gksxkA (1 rFkk 2 d slaxr) :
2 ) is
(a) 16 : 25 (b) 9 : 1
(a) 16 : 25 (b) 9 : 1
(c) 4 : 5 (d) 5 : 4
(c) 4 : 5 (d) 5 : 4

45. In YDSE experiment if ratio of maximum and 45. YDSE iz


;ksx esa;fn vf/kd re rFkk U;wure rhozrk d k
minimum intensity is 4 :1 then fringe visibility would
vuqikr 4 :1 gSrc f at vfHkn`';rk gksxh&
be
2 5
2 5 (a) (b)
(a) (b) 5 3
5 3

3 5
3 5 (c) (d)
(c) (d) 5 2
5 2

46. In Youngs experiment the distance between two 46. ;ax d siz;ksx es
anksf>fj;ksad se/; nw
jhd rFkkins
Z,oaf>jh
slits is d and the distance between the screen and
1
1 d se/; nwjhD gSA rjaxnS/;Zd s,d o.khZizd k'kls m
the slits is D. The number of fringes in m on the 4
4
screen, formed by monochromatic light of esainsZij cuh f at ksad h la[;k gksxhA
wavelength , will be
d d
d d (a) (b)
(a) (b) 9D 27D
9D 27D

d d d d
(c) (d) (c) (d)
4D D 4D D

47. 10 signals each band limited to 4 kHz are to be 47. 4 kHz cS


.M lhek rd d sizR;sd 10 lad srksd ksvkofr
transmitted by frequency-division multiplexer. If AM- foHkkt d eYVhIysDlj (multiplexer) d s}kjkHkts kt kukgS
A
SSB modulation guard band of 2 kHz is used then ;fn 2 kHz d kAM-SSB xkMZcS.M ekWM wy u iz;qDr fd ;k
the bandwidth of multiplexed signal is t krk gSrkseYVhIy sDlM (multiplexed) lad sr d h cS.M
(a) 101 kHz (b) 99kHz
pkSM kbZgks
xh&
(a) 101 kHz (b) 99kHz
(c) 84 kHz (d) 58 kHz
(c) 84 kHz (d) 58 kHz

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48. For 50% modulation (AM), the useful part of the 48. 50% ekW
M wy u (AM) d sfy , d qy 'kfDr d k mi;ksxh Hkkx
total power radiated is
fod fjr gks
rkgSA
1
(a) of the total power 1
2 (a) d q
y 'kfDr d k Hkkx
2

1
(b) of the total power 1
3 (b) d q
y 'kfDr d k Hkkx
3

1
(c) of the equal total power 1
4 (c) d q
y 'kfDr d k Hkkx
4

1
(d) of the total power 1
9 (d) d q
y 'kfDr d k Hkkx
9

49. For the circuit shown in figure the ammeter 49. fn;sx;sifjiFk d sfy , vehVj rFkk oksYV ehVj d k
and voltmeter reading would be
ikB~;kad gksxk&

(a) 2A and 4V (a) 2A rFkk4V

(b) 4 A and 4V (b) 4 A rFkk4V

(c) 2A and 2V (c) 2A rFkk2V

(d) 4A and 2V (d) 4A rFkk2V

50. The freezing point on a thermometer is marked as 50. FkekZehVj ij t eko fcUnq(freezing point) 20 rFkk
20 and the boiling point as 130.A temperature
DoFkukad fcUnq130 fpfUgr gSA ekuo 'kjhj d k rkieku
of human body (34C) on this thermometer will be
bl FkekZehVj ij i<k t k,xk &
read as
(a) 31
(a) 31
(b) 51 (b) 51

(c) 20 (c) 20

(d) None of these (d) bueslsd ks


bZugha

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SECTION - II [k.M - II
Reasoning Type
d kj.k d kj
This section contains 10 reasoning type
questions. Each question has 4 choices
bl [k.M esa10 d kj.k d kj d s'u gSA R;sd
(a), (b), (c) and (d), out of which ONLY 'u d s4 fod Yi (a), (b), (c), rFkk(d) gS, ft uesa
ONE is correct. l sfl Q Z,d l gh gSA

The following questions consist of two fuEu iz'uksaesal sizR;sd esanksokD; gS] ,d d Fku
statements one labelled ASSERTION (A)
(A) rFkk nw
l jk d kj.k (R) uhpsfn;sx;sfunsZ'kksad s
and the another labelled REASON (R).
v k/kkj ij l gh mkj d ksigpkfu;sA
Select the correct answers to these
(a) A o R nku
skaslR; gSrFkk R A d klghLi"Vhd j.k
questions from the codes given below :

(a) Both A and R are true and R is the correct gS


A
explanation of A. (b) A o R nks
uksalR; gsafd arqR, A d k lgh
(b) Both A and R are true but R is not correct
Li"Vhd j.k ughagSaA
explanation of A
(c) A lR; gSfd a
rqR vlR; gSaA
(c) A is true but R is false
(d) A o R nks
uksavlR; gSA
(d) A and R are false

51. Assertion : For a prism refracting angle 60 and 51. d Fku : ,d fizTe d sfy , viorZu d ks.k 60 rFkk

refractive index 2 , minimum deviation is 30 viorZukad 2 ,oaU;wure fopy u d ks.k 30 gSSA

A A
Reason : At minimum deviation, r1 = r2 = = 30 d kj.k : U;wure fopy u ij] r1 = r2 = = 30
2 2

(a) (b) (c) (d) (a) (b) (c) (d)

52. Assertion :Radius of curvature of a convex mirror 52. d Fku % mky niZ.kd ho rkf=kT;k20 cm gSA ;fn ,d
is 20 cm. If a real object is placed at 10 cm from
oLrqmky niZ.kd s/kzqo ls10 cm d hnwjhij j[kht krh
pole of the mirror, image is formed at infinity.
gS]rksizfrfcEc vuar ij cusxkA
Reason : When object placed at focus, its image

is formed at infinity.
d kj.k% t c oLrqij Q kds l ij j[kht krhgS
]rksiz
frfcEc

vuar ij cusxk
(a) (b) (c) (d) (a) (b) (c) (d)

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53. Assertion : If the angle between the two plane 53. d Fku : ;fn nkslery niZ.k d se/; d k d ks.k 60 gS
mirror is 60 and the object is asymmetrically rFkk oLrqnksuksniZ.kksad se/; lefer : i lsj[kh xbZgS
placed between the two mirrors, then 5 images of rc oLrqd s5 izfrfcEc cusxsaA
the object will be formed.

Reason : For given system of mirror the total number 360


d kj.k: d s e'k%fo"ke o le gks
usd svuql kj fn,

of image formed due to successive reflection is
x, niZ.k fud k; d sfy , fu;fer ( ekxr) ijkorZu d s
360 360 360
either or 1 accordingly as is 360
Q y Lo: i cusizfrfcEcksad h d qy la[;k ;k rks ;k

odd even respectively. 360


1 gks
xhA

(a) (b) (c) (d)
(a) (b) (c) (d)

54. Assertion : A charge q is placed at the centre of a 54. d Fku : fp=kkuq


l kj ,d vkos
'k q d ks/kkfRod d ks
'kd sd s
Unz
metallic shell as shown in figure.Electric field at
ij j[kk x;k gSA xksy h; d ks'k d s
point P on the shell due to charge q is zero.
fcUnqP ij vkos'k q d sd kj.k fo|qr {ks=k 'kqU; gS
Reason : Net electric field in a conductor under
electrostatic conditions is zero. d kj.k% pky d d svUnj fLFkj oS| qr fLFkfr d svUrxZr
ifj.kkehfo|qr {ks=k'kwU; gksxk

(a) (b) (c) (d) (a) (b) (c) (d)

55. Assertion : If the distance between parallel plates 55. d Fku % ;fn la
/kkfj=kd hlekUrj Iys
Vksd se/; d hnw
jhd ks
of a capacitor is halved and dielectric constant is
vk/kk d j fn;k t k, rFkk ijkoS| qrkad rhu xquk d j fn;k
made 3 times, then the capacitance becomes 6
times t k, rc rqY; /kkfjrk 6 xquk gkst krh gSA
Reason : Capacitance of the capacitor does not d kj.k% la
/kkfj=kd h/kkfjrkla
/kkfj=kd hIys
Vksd sinkFkZd h
depend upon the nature of the material of the plates
izd fr ij fuHkZj ughad jrh
of the capacitor.
(a) (b) (c) (d) (a) (b) (c) (d)

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56. Assertion : Voltmeter is much better than a 56. d Fku % lsy d sfo|qr okgd cy d k ekiu d jusd sfy ,
potentiometer for measuring emf of cell.
foHko ekih vis{kk d r oksYV ehVj Js"B ;qfDr gSA
Reason : Potentiometer draws no current while
d kj.k % lsy d sfo|qr okgd cy d k ekiu d jrsle;
measuring emf of a cell.
foHkoekihlsd ksbZ/kkjkiz
okfgr ughagksrhgSA
(a) (b) (c) (d) (a) (b) (c) (d)

57. Assertion: We can measure the potential barrier 57. d Fku %p-n la
f/kMkW
;kMs d sfljkasd sikfjr la
onsu'khy okYsV
of a PN junction by putting a sensitive voltmeter
ehVj d h lgk;rk lsvojks/kh foHko d k ekiu fd ;k t k
across its terminals.
ld rkgSA
Reason : The current through the PN junction is
not same in forward and reversed bias. d kj.k % vxzrFkk i'p vfHkurh esap-n laf/k MkW;ksM esals
izokfgr gksusoky h /kkjk d k eku leku ugha gksrk
(a) (b) (c) (d) (a) (b) (c) (d)

58. Assertion : Nuclear energy is due to the difference 58. d Fku % ukfHkd h; t kZukfHkd d svo;ohd .kks
ad snz
O;ekuks
a
in the sum of the masses of the component d s;ks
x rFkkukfHkd d snz
O;eku es
avUrj d sd kj.kgks
rhgS
A
nucleons and the nucleus.
d kj.k % ukfHkd d k nzO;eku ukfHkd d svo;oh d .kksad s
Reason : The mass of the nucleus is more then
nzO;ekuksad s;ksx lsvf/kd gksrk gSA
the sum of the masses of the component nucleons.
(a) (b) (c) (d) (a) (b) (c) (d)

59. Assertion : Amongst alpa, beta and gamma rays, 59. d Fku % ,rFkk fd j.k esals d .k d h Hksnu 'kfDRk
-particle has maximum penetrating power. vf/kd re gksrhgSA
Reason : The alpha particle is heavier than beta d kj.k% d .k e'k% d .krFkk fd j.klsHkkjhgksrk
and gamma rays. gS
A
(a) (b) (c) (d) (a) (b) (c) (d)

60. Assertion : Chock coil is preferred over a resistor 60. d Fku % iz


R;korhZifjiFkea
s/kkjkd ksO;ofLFkr d jusd sfy,
to adjust current in an ac circuit. pkSd d q.M+y hizfrjks/klsvis{kkd r vf/kd mi;ksxhgSA
Reason : Power factor for inductance is zero.
d kj.k % izsjd Ro d sfy , 'kfDr xq.kkad 'kwU; gksrk gSA
(a) (b) (c) (d)
(a) (b) (c) (d)

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PARTB
Atomic masses : [H = 1, D = 2, Li = 7, C = 12, N = 14, O = 16, F = 19, Na = 23, Mg = 24,
Al = 27, Si = 28, P = 31, S = 32, Cl = 35.5, K = 39, Ca = 40, Cr = 52, Mn = 55, Fe = 56, Cu = 63.5,
Zn = 65, As = 75, Br = 80, Ag = 108, I = 127, Ba = 137, Hg = 200, Pb = 207]

SECTION - I [k.M - I
Straight Objective Type l h/ksoLrqfu"B izd kj
This section contains 50 multiple choice bl [k.M esa 50 cgq& fod Yih iz'u gSA izR;sd
questions. Each question has 4 choices
iz'u d s 4 fod Yi (a), (b), (c) rFkk (d) gSa,
(a), (b), (c) and (d) out of which ONLY ONE
ft uesal sfl Q Z,d l gh gSA
is correct.

61. Sample X is pure whereas sample Y is impure. The 61. X uewu k 'kq) o Y uewu k v 'kq) gSA ukeZy rk d k eku
normality value will be : gksx k %
(a) Nx > Ny (b) Nx < Ny (a) Nx > Ny (b) Nx < Ny
(c) Nx = Ny (d) Nx Ny (c) Nx = Ny (d) Nx Ny

62. Ratio of energy of phton of frequency 500 Hz and 62. Q ksVkWu ft ud h vkofk e'k%500 Hz o 1000 Hz gSfd
1000 Hz is :
t kZd k vuqikr gS:
(a) 1 : 1 (b) 2 : 1
(a) 1 : 1 (b) 2 : 1
(c) 1 : 2 (d) 1 : 3
(c) 1 : 2 (d) 1 : 3

63. Which of the following statement is incorrect ? 63. fuEu esalsd kSulk d Fku xy r gS\

(a) During N2+ formation, one electron is removed (a) N2+ fuekZ
.k d snkSjku N2 d sca/kh vkf.od d {kd ls

from the bonding molecular orbital of N2. ,d by SDVkWu gVk;k t krk gSaA
(b) During O2+ formation, one electron is removed (b) O2+ fuekZ.k d s nkSjku O2 d sizfrcfU/kr vkf.od
from the antibonding molecular orbital of O2. d {kd ls,d by SDVkWu d ksgVk;k t krk gSaA
(c) During O2 formation, one electron is added to (c) O2 fuEkkZ
.k d snkSjku O2 d sca/kh vkf.od d {kd esa
the bonding molecular orbital of O2. ,d by SDVkWu d kst ksM +k t krk gSaA
(d) During CN formation, one electron is added (d) CN fuekZ
.k d snkSjku CN d sca/kh vkf.od d {kd esa
to the bonding molecular orbital of CN. ,d by SDVkWu d kst ksM +k t krk gSaA

64. 20 of SO2 diffuses through a porous partition in 64. SO2 d s20 d ks60 lSd .M esa,d ljU/kzfoHkkt u esals
60 seconds. Volume of O2 diffuse under similar folfjr fd ;k t krk gS]30 lSd .M esaleku ifjfLFkfr;ksa
conditions in 30 seconds will be :
esafolfjr fd , x;sO2 d k vk;ru fuEu gksxk %
(a) 12.14 (b) 14.14
(a) 12.14 (b) 14.14
(c) 18.14 (d) 28.14
(c) 18.14 (d) 28.14

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65. In the following standard I2 solution is used in 65. fuEu esa ekud I 2 foy ;u d ks v uqekiu esa iz; qDr
titration : d jrsgSa%
(a) Iodimetric titration (a) vk;ksfMeSfVd vuqekiu
(b) Iodometric titration (b) vk;ksM kseSfVd vuqekiu
(c) (a) and (b) (c) (a) rFkk (b)
(d) Precipitation titration (d) vo{ks
i.k vuqekiu

66. The oxidation states of Sulphur in the anions SO32 66. SO32 , S2O42 rFkk S2O62 esalYQ j d hvkWDlhd j.k
, S2O42 and S2O62 follow the order : voLFkk d k e gS%
(a) S2O62 < S2O42 < SO32 (a) S2O62 < S2O42 < SO32
(b) S2O42 < SO32 < S2O62 (b) S2O42 < SO32 < S2O62
(c) SO32 < S2O42 < S2O62 (c) SO32 < S2O42 < S2O62
(d) S2O42 < S2O62 < SO32 (d) S2O42 < S2O62 < SO32

67. Equilibrium constant for the reactions, 67. vfHkf ;kvks


ad sfy, lkE;koLFkkfLFkjka
d
2 NO + O2 2NO2 is K C1 ; 2 NO + O2 2 NO2 K C1 gS(

NO2 + SO2 SO3 + NO K C 2 gS(


NO2 + SO2 SO3 + NO is K C 2 and
rFkk 2 SO3 2 SO2 + O2
2 SO3 2 SO2 + O2 is K C 3
K C 3 gSrc lgh lEcU/k gS%
then correct reaction is :
(a) K C 3 = K C1 K C 2
(a) K C 3 = K C1 K C 2

(b) K C 3 K C1 K 2C 2 = 1
(b) K C 3 K C1 K 2C 2 = 1

(c) K C 3 K C1 K C 2 = 1 (c) K C 3 K C1 K C 2 = 1

(d) K C 3 K 2C1 K C 2 = 1 (d) K C 3 K 2C1 K C 2 = 1

68. A solution is 0.1 M CH3COOH and 0.1 M CH3COONa. 68. 0.1 M CH3COOH ,oe~0.1 M CH3COONa d k ,d
Which of the following solution will change its pH foy ;u gSA fuEu esalsd kSu bl foy ;u d k pH lkFkZd
significantly? : i lscny sxk\
(a) Addition of water (a) t y d ksfey kusij
(b) Addition of small amount of CH3COONa with (b) vk;ru esafcuk ifjorZu d sCH3COONa d h vYi
out change in volume ek=kk d ksfey kusij
(c) Addition of small amount of CH3COOH with out (c) vk;ru esafcuk ifjorZu d sCH3COOH d h vYi
change in volume ek=kk d ksfey kusij
(d) None will change the pH significantly. (d) buesa l s d ksbZ Hkh pH d ks l kFkZd : i l s ugha
cny rk gSA

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69. C (s) + O2 (g) CO2(g); H = 94.3 kcal/mol 69. C (s) + O2 (g) CO2(g); H = 94.3 kcal/mol

1
1 CO (g) + O (g) CO2 (g);
CO (g) + O (g) CO2 (g); 2 2
2 2
H = 67.4 kcal/mo!
H = 67.4 kcal/mo! O2(g) 2O (g); H = 117.4 kcal/mol
O2(g) 2O (g); H = 117.4 kcal/mol CO (g) C (g) + O(g) ; H = 230.6 kcal/mol
CO (g) C (g) + O(g) ; H = 230.6 kcal/mol C (s) C (g) d sfy , kcal/mol es
aH d h x.kuk
Calculate H for C (s) C (g) in kcal/mol. d hft ,A
(a) 171 (b)154 (a) 171 (b)154

(c)117 (d)145 (c)117 (d)145

70. Zinc blende and Wurtzite type of ZnS are examples 70. ZnS d sft a
d Cy SaM o oqVZ
t kbV izd kj fuEu d smnkgj.kgSa
of : %
(a) isomorphism (b) polymorphism (a) ,d : id rk (b) cgq: id rk
(c) isomerism (d) allotropy (c) leko;ork (d) vi: irk

71. Total number of monochloro products of hydrocarbon 71. 58 u v.kq


Hkkj oky sgkbMksd kcZu d seksuksDy ksjksmRiknksad h
with molecular mass 58 u. d qy la[;k gS%
(a) 4 (b) 3 (a) 4 (b) 3
(c) 2 (d) 5 (c) 2 (d) 5

72. The data for the reaction A + B C is 72. A + B C vfHkf ;k d sfy , fuEu vkd M+sfn, x, gSa
Exp. [A]0 [B]0 initial rate iz;ks
x [A]0 [B]0 izkjfEHkd nj
1 0.012 0.035 0.10 1 0.012 0.035 0.10
2 0.024 0.035 0.80 2 0.024 0.035 0.80
3 0.012 0.070 0.10 3 0.012 0.070 0.10
4 0.024 0.070 0.80 4 0.024 0.070 0.80
(a) r = k [B]3 (b) r = k [A]3 (a) r = k [B]3 (b) r = k [A]3

(c) r = k [A] [B]4 (d) r = k [A]2 [B]2 . (c) r = k [A] [B]4 (d) r = k [A]2 [B]2 .

73. Which of the following ions is most effective in the 73. ,d vkls
ul lYQ kbM foy ;u d sLd Unu es
Z ad kS
ulkvk;u
coagulation of an arsenious sulphide solution ? lclsiz
HkkohgS
A
(a) K+ (b) Mg2+ (a) K+ (b) Mg2+
(c) Al3+ (d) C (c) Al3+ (d) C

74. Resistance of 0.1 M KCl solution in a conductance 74. pky d h; l sy esa 0.1 M KCl foy ;u d k izfrjks/k
cell is 300 ohm and conductivity is 0.013 Scm1. 300 ohm rFkkpkyd rk0.013 Scm1 gS
A lS
y &fu;rka
d
The value of cell constant is :
d k eku gS&
(a) 3.9 cm1 (b) 39 m1
(a) 3.9 cm1 (b) 39 m1
(c) 3.9 m1 (d) None of these
(c) 3.9 m1 (d) bues
alsd ksbZugha

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75. Which of the following conditions regarding a 75. fuEu es
alsd kS
ulhifjfLFkfr jklk;fud vfHkf ;kd slUnHkZ
chemical process ensures its spontaneity at all esalHkh rki ij bld sLor%gksusd kslqfuf'pr d jrh gS\
temperature ? (a) H > 0, G < 0 (b) H < 0, S > 0
(a) H > 0, G < 0 (b) H < 0, S > 0 (c) H < 0, S < 0 (d) H > 0, S < 0
(c) H < 0, S < 0 (d) H > 0, S < 0

76. As one move down the group from top to bottom 76. oxZesa ij lsuhpst kusij]fuEu esalsfd lesaifjorZu
then which one among the following will not be izsf{kr ughagksrk gS
observed? (a) vk;uu t kZesaof)
(a) Ionisation energy increases (b) by s
DVkWu ca/kqrk esad eh
(b) Electron affinity decreases
(c) fo|q
r_ .krk esad eh
(c) Electronegativity decreases
(d) ijekf.od f=kT;k esaof)
(d) Atomic radius increases

77. Reaction between following pairs will produce 77. fuEu esal sfd l h ,d ;qXe d sv frfjDr]v U; ;qXeksad h
hydrogen except : v fHkf ;k d sQ y Lo: i gkbMkst u mRiUu gksrh gS] og
;qXe gS%
(a) Cu + HCl (b) Fe + H2O (g) (a) Cu + HCl (b) Fe + H2O (g)
(c) Mg + H2O (hot) (d) Na + Alcohol
(c) Mg + H2O (xeZ
(d) Na + ,Yd ks
gkWy

78. Select the correct order of solubility (in water) from 78. fuEu esal sfoy s; rk ( t y esa) d sfy , l gh e d ks
the following : pqfu;s%
(a) SrSO4 < CaSO4 < MgSO4 < BeSO4 (a) SrSO4 < CaSO4 < MgSO4 < BeSO4
(b) NaF < KF < RbF < CsF (b) NaF < KF < RbF < CsF
(c) Ba(OH)2 > Sr(OH)2 > Ca(OH)2 > Mg(OH)2 (c) Ba(OH)2 > Sr(OH)2 > Ca(OH)2 > Mg(OH)2

(d) All of these (d) mijks


Dr lHkh

79. Which of the following can not decompose on 79. fuEu es


alsd kS
ulk;kfSxd xeZd jusij fo?kfVr gks
d j CO2
heating to give CO2? xSl ughansrk gSa?
(a) Li2CO3 (b) Na2CO3 (a) Li2CO3 (b) Na2CO3
(c) KHCO3 (d) BaCO3 (c) KHCO3 (d) BaCO3

80. Identify the incorrect statement about the structure 80. Mkbcksjsu d h lajpuk d sckjsesavlR; d Fku igpkfu;sA
of diborane. (a) pkj VfeZuy gkbMkst u ijek.kqo nkscksjksu ijek.kq
(a) The four terminal hydrogen atoms and the two
boron atoms lie in one plane.
,d ry esaj[ksgksrsgSaA
(b) There are two bridging hydrogen atoms. (b) ;gknksls
rquqek gkbMkst u ijek.kqgksrsgSaA
(c) All six BH bond are regular two centre two
(c) lHkh N% BH ca
/k fu;fer 2C-2e ca/k j[krsgSA
electron bonds.
(d) The hybridisations of both the boron atoms are (d) nks
uksacksjksu ijek.kqd k lad j.k leku o sp3 gksrk gSA
same and sp3.

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81. Which of the following statements is incorrect ? 81. fuEu esalsd kSulk d Fku xy r gS\
(a) Sn2+ compounds act as reducing agent.
(a) Sn2+ ;kS
fxd vipk;d d h rjg d k;Zd jrk gSA
4+
(b) Pb compounds act as oxidising agent.
(b) Pb4+ ;kS
fxd vkWDlhd kjd d h rjg d k;Zd jrk gSA
(c) Oxides of Ge, Sn and Pb are amphoteric in
nature. (c) Ge, Sn o Pb d svkW
DlkbM mHk;/kehZd fr d sgksrs
(d) Tin and silicon decompose steam to produce gS
A
H2 gas. (d) fVu o flfy d kWu Hkki d ksfo?kfVr d j H2 nsrsgSA

82. Which of the following compounds does give N2 on 82. fuEu esalsd kSulk ;kSfxd xeZd jusij N2 nsrk gS\
heating? (a) NH4NO2 (b) NH4NO3
(a) NH4NO2 (b) NH4NO3
(c) NaN3 (d) (a) rFkk (c) nksuksa
(c) NaN3 (d) Both (a) and (c)

83. Which of the following hydrides of the oxygen family 83. vkW
Dlht u ifjokj d sfuEu gkbM
kbMks
aes
alsd kuSlkgkbM
kbM
shows the lowest boiling point? U;wure DoFkukad n'kkZrk gS\
(a) H2O (b) H2S (a) H2O (b) H2S
(c) H2Se (d) H2Te (c) H2Se (d) H2Te

84. The shape of ClO2 according to valence shell 84. la


;kts d rkd k'skbys
DV
kuW ;q
Xe iz
frd "k.Zk(VSEPR) fl) kUr
electron pair replusion (VSEPR) theory will be : d svuql kj ClO2 d h vkd fr gksxh %
(a) Planar triangle (b) Pyramidal (a) f=kHkq
t h; lery h; (b) fijSfeMy
(c) V-shape (d) Square planar (c) V-vkd fr (d) oxZlery h;

85. XeF2 reacts with PF5 to give : 85. XeF2 , PF5 d slkFkf ;k d j cukrk gS
A
+
(a) XeF6 (b) [XeF] [PF6]
(a) XeF6 (b) [XeF]+ [PF6]
(c) XeF4 (d) [PF4]+ [XeF3] (c) XeF4 (d) [PF4]+ [XeF3]

86. A complex compound which is formed by nitrate 86. ,d la


d qy ;kS
fxd ]ukbV
sV ,oacz
ksekbM fy xs.M lsfeyd j
and bromide ligands, gives 2 mol precipitate of cuk gS] t c ;g lad qy AgNO3 lsf ;k d jrk gS] rks
AgBr, when reacts with AgNO3, the formula of 2 eks
y AgBr, d k vo{ksi nsrk gS]vr%mijksDr lad qy d k
complex is : lw=k gS%
(a) [Co(NH3)5(NO3)]Br2 (a) [Co(NH3)5(NO3)]Br2
(b) [Co(NH3)5Br]Br(NO3) (b) [Co(NH3)5Br]Br(NO3)

(c) [Co(NH3)4Br2]NO3 (c) [Co(NH3)4Br2]NO3

(d) None of these (d) bues


alsd ksbZugha

87. Following is coloured : 87. d kSu jaxhu gksrk gS%


(a) Cu+ ion (a) Cu+ vk;u
(b) Cu+2 ion (b) Cu+2 vk;u
(c) both of these (c) mijks
Dr nksuksa
(d) None of these (d) mijks
Dr esalsd ksbZugha

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88. Identify the correct statement in the following : 88. fuEu esalsd kSulk d Fku lgh gS%
(a) Chlorofluorocarbons are responsible for ozone (a) vkt
s kus ijr d s{k; d sfy, Dykjsks
ykjsks
d kcZ
u mkjnk;h
layer depletion gSA
(b) Ozone layer does not permit ultraviolet radiation (b) vks
t ksu ijr lw;Zlsvkusoky hijkcSaxuhfofd j.kksad ks
from the sun to reach the earth. iFoh lrg rd igqp uslsjksd rh gSA
(c) Acid rain is mostly because of oxides of nitrogen (c) vEy o"kkZeq[;rk ukbV
ks
t u rFkklYQ j d svkWDlkbM
and sulphur d sd kj.k gksrh gSA
(d) All of these (d) mijks
Dr lHkh

89. In Lassaigne's test to identify nitrogen initially 89. y Sl sat ijh{k.k (Lassaigne's test) esaukbVkst u d h
nitrogen is converted into : igpku d s fy ;s izkjEHk esa ukbVkst u d ks fuEu esa
(a) (NH4)2SO4 (b) NaCN ifjofrZr d jrsgS%
(c) NaNO3 (d) NH4NO3 (a) (NH4)2SO4 (b) NaCN
(c) NaNO3 (d) NH4NO3

90. A hydrocarbon contains 75% of carbon. Then its 90. ,d gkbMksd kcZu esa75% d kcZu gS]bld kv.kql w=k gksxk:
molecular formula is :
(a) CH4 (b) C2H4 (a) CH4 (b) C2H4

(c) C2H6 (d) C2H2 (c) C2H6 (d) C2H2

91. Which nomenclature is not according to IUPAC 91. nh xbZljpukvksad sfy ;sd kSulk uke IUPAC i) fr d s
system ? vuql kj ughagS\

(a) 2-Methylbutan -3-one (a) 2-es


fFky C;wVsu-3-vkWu

(b) 2-gkbM
ksDlhizksisuksbd vEy
(b) 2-Hydroxypropanoic acid

(c)
(c)

5-,fFky -1-es
fFky lkbDyksgs
Dl -1-bZu
5-Ethyl-1-methylcyclohex-1-ene

(d)
(d)

2-gkbM
ksDlh-4-esfFkyisUVsu-3-vkWu
2-Hydroxy-4-methylpentan-3-one

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92. Identify the aromatic compound ? 92. fuEu esalsd kSu&lk ;kSfxd ,jkseSfVd gS\

(a) (b) (a) (b)

(c) (d) (c) (d)

93. Which of the following shows the correct order of 93. fuEu es
alsd kuSlkLFkkf;Ro d k?kVrkgq
s v klgh e iz
nf'kZ
r
decreasing stability : d jrk gS%

(a) >
(a) >


> > CH3 C H2
> > CH3 C H2

(b) >
(b) >


> > CH3 C H2
> > CH3 C H2

(c) > >


(c) > >


> CH3 C H2
> CH3 C H2

(d) > > CH3


(d) > > CH3


C H2 >
C H2 >

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94. 94.

'P' & 'Q' are respectively 'P' o 'Q' e'k% gS%

(a) (b) (a) (b)

(c) (d) in both (c) (d) nks


uksesa

95. Which of the following reaction is correct ? 95. fuEu esalgh vfHkf ;kgSa?

(a) + (CH 3 ) 2 CuLi (a) + (CH 3 ) 2 CuLi

+ CH3Cu + LiI + CH3Cu + LiI

(b) ( CH3 CH2 )2 CuLi ( CH3 CH2 )2 CuLi


(b)

+ CH 3CH 2 Cu + + CH 3CH 2 Cu +

LiBr LiBr

O O
( CH 3 )2 CuLi
(c) CH3 CH C CH3 ( CH3 )2 CuLi
(c) CH3 CH C CH3
Br Br

O O
CH3 CH C CH3+CH3Cu + LiBr CH3 CH C CH3+CH3Cu + LiBr
CH3 CH3

(d) All of these (d) mijks


Dr lHkh

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96. Which statement is not correct for PHBV : 96. PHBV d slUnHkZes
ad kSulk d Fku xy r gS%
(a) It is obtained by the copolymenisation of 3- (a) ;g 3-gkbMkWDlh C;wVsuksbZd vEy vkSj 3-gkbMksDlh
Hydroxy butanoic acid and 3-Hydroxy isUVsuksbd vEy d slgcgqy hd j.k }kjk izkIr gksrk
pentanoic acid. gSA
(b) PHBV is used in speciality packaging and (b) PHBV d k mi;ks
x fof'k"V iSd sft ax rFkk vfLFk;ksaesa
orthopaedic devices. iz;qDr mid j.kksaesafd ;k t krk gSA
(c) PHBV undergoes bacterial degradation in the (c) i;kZoj.k esa PHBV d k t hokf.od fuEuhd j.k gks
enviorment. t krk gSA
(d) PHBV is non-biodegradable polymer. (d) PHBV t S
o vfuEuhd j.k cgqy d gSA

97. The ether when treated 97. t c bZFkj d ksHI d slkFk

with HI produces : vfHkd r fd ;k t krk gSrksmRikn curk gSA

(a) & ` (a) & `

(b) & (b) &

(c) & (c) &

(d) &
(d) &

98. Acrolein is formed when glycerol is heated with : 98. fuEu es


alsfd ld slkFkfXyljkyW d ksxeZd jusij ,s
ks
y hu
curk gS:
(a) acidified KMnO4
(a) vEy h; KMnO4
(b) Br2 Water
(b) Br2 ty
(c) KHSO4
(c) KHSO4
(d) HNO3
(d) HNO3

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99. The major product H in the given reaction sequence 99. nh xbZvfHkf ;k vuq e esaeq[; mRikn H D;k gS
is

CN H2SO4
CH3CH2COCH3 G
"ek H


CN H2SO 4
CH3CH2COCH3 G H

Heat

(a)
(a)

(b)
(b)

(c)
(c)

(d)
(d)

100. The correct order of pKa for the following compounds 100. fuEu ;kSfxd ksd sfy ;spKa d k lgh e gS%
is : (i) o-f lkW
y (ii) lsfy flfy d vEy
(i) o-cresol (ii) salicyclic acid
(iii) csUt ksbd vEy (iv) o-VkW
y wbZd vEy
(iii) benzoic acid (iv) o-Toluic acid
(a) ii > iii > i > iv (b) i > iv > iii > ii
(a) ii > iii > i > iv (b) i > iv > iii > ii
(c) ii > iv > iii > i (d) i > iii > iv > ii
(c) ii > iv > iii > i (d) i > iii > iv > ii

101. x X is : 101. x
X gS:

(a) Na2S (b) Sn/HCl (a) Na2S (b) Sn/HCl

(c) LiAIH4 (d) All of these (c) LiAIH4 (d) All of these

102. Which is the incorrect match : 102. d kS


ulk xy r lqesfy r gS%
(a) Buna - S : chain growth polymer (a) C;quk- S : Ja[ky k of) cgqy d
(b) Dacron : Addition polymer (b) Ms ksu : ;ksxkRed cgqy d
(c) Bakelite : Condensation polymer
(c) csd sy kbV : la?kuu cgqy d
(d) Nylon-6, 6 : Step growth polymer
(d) ukW;y ku-6, 6 : in of) cgqy d

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103. For HOOC (CH2)2 CH COOH Glutamic acid 103. Xy w
Vkehd vEy HOOC (CH2)2 CH COOH d s
| |
+ +
NH3 NH3

value of pKa1, pKa2, pKa3 are 2.00, 4.65 and 9.98 pKa1, pKa2, pKa3 d seku e'k%2.00, 4.65 vkSj 9.98
respectively. At which pH Glutamic acid will not be
gSA fuEu esalsd kSulspH ij fd lh Hkh ,d by sDVksM d k
obtained during electrophoresis at any one of the
by sDVksQ kWjsfll d snkSjku Xy wVkehd vEy ugh cusxkA
electrodes.
(a) 3.325 (b) 7.325
(a) 3.325 (b) 7.325
(c) 6.012 (d) 4.65
(c) 6.012 (d) 4.65

104. The carboxyl functional group ( COOH) is present 104. d kcks


ZfDly f ;kRed lewg (COOH) fd l esamifLFkr
in : gS
\
(a) picric acid (a) fif d vEy (picric acid)
(b) barbituric acid
(b) ckfcZV~;wfjd vEy (barbituric acid)
(c) ascorbic acid
(c) ,sLd kfcZd vEy (ascorbic acid)
(d) aspirin
(d) ,sfLifju (aspirin)
105. Peptisation is : 105. is
IVhd j.k gS%
(a) conversion of a colloidal into precipitate form (a) d ks
y kWbMh foy ;u d k vo{ksi es: ikUrj.k
(b) conversion of precipitate into colloidal sol (b) vo{ks
i d k d ksy kWbMh lkWy esa: ikUrj.k
(c) conversion of metal into colloidal sol by passage (c) oS
| qr&/kkjkd ksizokfgr d j /kkrqd kd ksy kbMhlkWy esa
of electric current
: ikUrj.k
(d) conversion of colloidal sol into macromolecules
(d) d ks
y kWbMh lkWy d k ogn v.kqesa: ikUrj.k

106. Which of the following reagents can separate a 106. fuEu esalsd kSulk vfHkd eZd AgCl o AgI d sfeJ.k d ks
mixture of AgCl and AgI ? iFkd d j ld rk gS\
(a) KCN (b) Na2S2O3 (a) KCN (b) Na2S2O3
(c) HNO3 (d) NH3 (c) HNO3 (d) NH3

107. The vapour density of a mixture containing NO2 and 107. NO2 o N2O4 d sfeJ.kd kok"i ?kuRo 27.6 gS
A feJ.kesa
N2O4 is 27.6. Mole fraction of N2O4 in the mixture
N2O4 d k eks
y fHkUu gS%
is :
(a) 0.8 (b) 0.6
(a) 0.8 (b) 0.6
(c) 0.4 (d) 0.2
(c) 0.4 (d) 0.2

108. Ellingham diagram normally consists of plots of G 108. lkekU;r%,fyFka


e vkjs
[kfuEu d sfojpu d sfy;sG rFkk
vs T for formation of : T d se/; o gksrk gS%
(a) Sulphides of elements (a) rRoksad slYQ kbM
(b) Chlorides of elements (b) rRoks
ad sDy ksjkbM
(c) Carbonates of elements (c) rRoks
ad sd kcksZusV
(d) Oxides of elements
(d) rRoks
ad svkWDlkbM

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109. PhCHO and CH3CHO can be distinguished by 109. PhCHO rFkkCH3CHO d ksfd ld s}kjkfoHkf
snr fd ;kt k
ld rkgSA
(a) Tollen's test (b) Fehling solution test (a) VkW
y su ijh{k.k (b) Q s
gfy ax foy ;u ijh{k.k
(c) 2, 4-DNP Test (d) Molish test (c) 2, 4-DNP ijh{k.k (d) eks
fy 'k ijh{k.k

110. Give the order of decreasing reactivity towards an 110. by sDVkWuLusgh d sizfr f ;k'khy rk d k ?kVrk gqv k e
electrophile. crkb;sA

, , , , , ,
(1) (1)

NO2 Br NO2 Br

, ,
(4) (5) (4) (5)

(a) 2 > 3 > 1 > 5 > 4 (b) 3 > 1 > 2 > 5 > 4 (a) 2 > 3 > 1 > 5 > 4 (b) 3 > 1 > 2 > 5 > 4
(c) 5 > 4 > 2 > 3 > 1 (d) 1 > 5 > 2 > 3 > 4 (c) 5 > 4 > 2 > 3 > 1 (d) 1 > 5 > 2 > 3 > 4

SECTION - II [k.M - II
Reasoning Type
d kj.k d kj
This section contains 10 reasoning type
bl [k.M esa10 d kj.k d kj d s'u gSA R;sd
questions. Each question has 4 choices
(a), (b), (c) and (d), out of which ONLY 'u d s 4 fod Yi (a), (b), (c), rFkk (d) gS,
ONE is correct. ft uesal sfl Q Z,d l gh gSA

The following questions consist of two fuEu iz'uksaesal sizR;sd esanksokD; gS] ,d d Fku
statements one labelled ASSERTION (A) (A) rFkk nw
l jk d kj.k (R) uhpsfn;sx;sfunsZ'kksa
and the another labelled REASON (R).
d sv k/kkj ij l gh mkj d ksigpkfu;sA
Select the correct answers to these
(a) A o R nku
skaslR; gSrFkk R A d klghLi"Vhd j.k
questions from the codes given below :
(a) Both A and R are true and R is the correct gS
A
explanation of A. (b) A o R nks
uksalR; gsafd arqR, A d k lgh
(b) Both A and R are true but R is not correct Li"Vhd j.k ughagSaA
explanation of A
(c) A lR; gSfd a
rqR vlR; gSaA
(c) A is true but R is false
(d) A o R nks
uksavlR; gSA
(d) A and R are false

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111. Assertion : All H-like particles contain only one 111. d Fku : lHkh H-leku d .k d soy ,d by sDVkWu j[krsgSA
electron.
d kj.k : lHkh H-leku izt kfr;ksa esa laxr d {kd d h
Reason : The radii of corresponding orbitals in all
f=kT;k leku gksrh gaSA
H-like particles are equal.
(a) A (b) B
(a) A (b) B
(c) C (d) D
(c) C (d) D

112. Assertion : Between SiCl4 and CCl4 only SiCl4 112. d Fku : SiCl4 rFkkCCl4 esalsd soy SiCl4, H2O d slkFk
reacts with H2O. f ;k d jrk gSaA
Reason : SiCl4 is ionic and CCl4 is covalent. d kj.k: SiCl4 vk;fud gS] rFkkCCl4 lgla;kst d gSaA
(a) A (b) B (a) A (b) B
(c) C (d) D (c) C (d) D

113. Assertion : A reaction which is spontaneous and 113. d Fku : ,d vfHkf ;k t ksfd Lor% vkSj ;knfPNd rk d h
accompanied by decrease of randomness, must d eh }kjk gksrh gS] "ek{ksih gksxhA
be exothermic.
d kj.k % lHkh "ek{ksih vfHkf ;k,sa;knfPNd rk d h d eh
Reason : All exothermic reactions are
accompanied by decrease of randomness. }kjk kIr gksrh gSA
(a) A (b) B (a) A (b) B
(c) C (d) D (c) C (d) D

114. Assertion : The crystalline salts of alkaline earth 114. d Fku : {kkjh; enk/kkrq
v ksad sf LVy hd r yo.kes
arRlaxr
metals contain more water of crystallisation than {kkj /kkrqy o.kksad hvis{kkvf/kd f LVy hd j.kt y gksrk
the corresponding alkali metal salts. gSa
A
Reason : Alkaline earth metals have smaller size d kj.k: {kkjh; enk/kkrqv ksad kvkd kj NksVkvkSj ukHkd h;
and more nuclear charge. vkos'k T;knk gksrk gSaA
(a) A (b) B (a) A (b) B
(c) C (d) D (c) C (d) D

115. Assertion : In strongly acidic solutions, aniline 115. d Fku : cy vEy h; foy ;u esa] ,fuy hu by sDVkWuLusgh
becomes less reactive towards electrophilic vfHkd eZd ksad sfr d e f ;k'khy gksrsgSA
reagents.
d kj.k : ,ehuks lewg cy vEy h; foy ;u esa iw.kZr%
Reason : The amino group being completely
protonated in strongly acidic solution, the lone pair ks
Vks
uhd r gkst krkgS
A rc ukbVkst u ij mifLFkr ,d kd h
of electrons on the nitrogen is no longer available by sDVkWu ;qXe vuqukn d sfy , miy C/k ughagksrsgSA
for resonance.
(a) A (b) B
(a) A (b) B
(c) C (d) D
(c) C (d) D

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116. Assertion : The freezing point of water is depressed 116. d Fku : Xy w
d ksl feykusij t y d sfgeka
d fcUnqes
avoueu
by the addition of glucose. gks
rkgSA
Reason : Entropy of solution is less than entropy d kj.k : foy ;u d h ,UVkih] 'kq) foy k;d d h rqy uk esa
of pure solvent. d e gksrh gSA
(a) A (b) B (a) A (b) B

(c) C (d) D (c) C (d) D

117. Assertion : For a reaction A(g) B(g) 117. d Fku : vfHkf ;kA(g) B(g) d sfy ,
rA = 2.5 PA at 400 K rA = 2.5 PA , 400 K ij

rA = 2.5 PA at 600 K rA = 2.5 PA , 600 K ij


activation energy is 4135 J/mol. lf ;.k t kZ4135 J/mol gSA
Reason : Since for any reaction, values of rate d kj.k : ;) fi fd lh Hkh jklk;fud vfHkf ;k d sfy ,
constant at two different temp is same therefore ;fn vfHkf ;k d h lf ;.k mt kZd k eku 'kwU; gksrks]nks
activation energy of the reaction is zero. fHk&fHk rkiksaij osxfu;rkad ksad seku leku gksrsgSaA
(a) A (b) B (a) A (b) B
(c) C (d) D (c) C (d) D

118. Assertion : Sulphur exhibits paramagnetic 118. d Fku : ok"i voLFkkesalYQ j vuqp q
Ecd h; O;ogkj n'kkZ
rk
behaviour in vapour state. gSA
Reason : In vapour state sulphur partly exists as d kj.k : ok"i voLFkk esalYQ j S2 v.kqd s: i esaik;k
S2 molecule which has two unpaired electrons in t krkgS
A ft les
aiz
frcU/kh* d {kd es
anksv;q
fXer bys
DV
kW
u
antibonding * orbitals. gSA
(a) A (b) B (a) A (b) B
(c) C (d) D (c) C (d) D

119. Assertion : Benzaldehyde undergoes 119. d Fku %cS


Uat fYMgkbM {kkjh; ek;e es
afo"kekuq
ikrhvfHkf ;k
disproportionation reaction is basic medium. n'kkZrk gSA
Reason : Aldehydes which do not have -hydrogen
d kj.k % ,fYMgkbM ft uesa-gkbMkst u ughagS]d Suht kjks
undergo Cannizzaro reaction
fo"kekuqikrh vfHkf ;k vfHkf ;k n'kkZrsgSaA
(i.e. disproportionation reaction).
(a) A (b) B
(a) A (b) B
(c) C (d) D
(c) C (d) D

120. Assertion : -amino acids have Zwitter ion 120. d Fku : -,ehuks
avEy TohVj vk;u lajpuk j[krsgSaA
structure.
d kj.k : -,ehuksa vEy xeZ d jus ij pf ; ,ekbM
Reason : -amino acids on heating form cyclic
amides. cukrsgSaA
(a) A (b) B (a) A (b) B
(c) C (d) D (c) C (d) D

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PART C

SECTION - I
[k.M -I
Straight Objective Type
lh/ksoLrqfu"B izd kj
This section contains 40 multiple choice bl [k.M esa40 cgq& fod Yihiz'u gSaA izR;sd iz'u d s
questions. Each question has choices (a), 4 fod Yi (a), (b), (c) rFkk (d) gS
a] ft uesalsfl Q Z
(b), (c) and (d), out of which ONLY ONE is
,d l gh gSA
correct.

121. Fermentation is differ from aerobic respiration 121. fd .ou] ok;oh; 'olu lsfHk gS
aA
(a) In having partial breakdown of glucose. (a) Xy w
d kst d k vkaf'kd fo?kVu d jusesa
(b) In producing less ATP per glucose.
(b) iz
fr Xy wd kst d e ATP mRikfnr d jusesa
(c) In having slow oxidation of NADH + H+ to + +
(c) NADH + H d kNAD es
a/khekvkDWlhd j.kd juses
a
+
NAD
(d) mijks
lHkh
(d) All of the above

122. During TCA which of the following intermediate 122. TCA p d snkS
jku fuEu esalsd kSu nks ekxr
is a result of two sucessive decarboxylations? fod kcksZfDly hd j.k d k ifj.kke gS\
(a) Oxalosuccinic acid
(a) vkW
Dt sy ksl fDlfud vEy
(b) - Ketoglutaric acid
(b) - d hVks
Xy wVkfjd vEy
(c) Succinyl Co - A
(c) lfDlukby Co - A
(d) Cis aconitic acid
(d) fll,d ks
fufVd vEy

123. Minamata and itai-itai are caused by the 123. feuhekVk rFkk bVkbZ - bVkbZ e'k% fd u iz
nw"kd
pollution of : }kjk gksrsgSA
(a) Mercury and Lead
(a) ikjsrFkk lhls}kjk
(b) Mercury and Cadmium
(b) ikjsrFkk d S
Mfe;e }kjk
(c) Lead and Tin
(c) lhlsrFkk fVu }kjk
(d) Lead and strontium
(d) lhlsrFkk LV
kWf'k;e }kjk

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124. Match the following 124. fey ku d js
a&
(A) Carbohydrate(I) 1.3
(A) d kcks
ZgkbMsV (I) 1.3
(B) Tripalmitin (II) 0.9
(B) V
kbikekfVu (II) 0.9
(C) Proteins (III) 0.7
(C) iz
ksVhUl (III) 0.7
(D) Organic acids (IV) 1.0
A B C D (D) d kcZ
fud vEYkksa(IV) 1.0
(a)IV III I II A B C D

(b)IV III II I (a)IV III I II

(c)III IV II I (b)IV III II I

(d)I II III IV (c)III IV II I


(d)I II III IV

125. Potato growing in cold climate or hilly areas 125. igkMh {ks
+=kksavFkok BaMsHkkxksesamxusoky svky wcMs+
are bigger in size this is due to
vkd kj d sgksrsgSD;ksfd
(a) High rate of photosynthesis
(a) mues
ad k'k la'y s"k.k vf/kd gksrk gS
(b) Low rate of respiration
(b) mues
a'olu nj d e gksrh gS
(c) Low rate of transpiration
(d) Greater synthesis of fat in cold climate (c) mues
aok"iksRlt Zu nj d e gksrh gS
(d) Ba
M esolk d k la'y s"k.k vf/ksd gksrk gS

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126. Which of the following diagram represent ATP 126. bues
alsd kSulk fp=k jlksijklj.kh ifjd Yiuk }kjk
synthesis in mitochondria by chemiosmotic
ekbVksd kWfMa;k esaATP la'y s"k.k d ksn'kkZrk gS&
hypothesis
IM= Inner membrane
IM= Inner membrane
M = Matrix
M = Matrix
OC = Outer Chamber
OC = Outer Chamber

(a)
(a)

(b)
(b)

(c)
(c)

(d)
(d)

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127. Four respiratory enzymes are given below. 127. uhpsfn;sx;spkj 'oluh; ,Ut kbeks
ad ksft u ij os
Arrange them in increasing order of the carbon
f ;k d jrsgSad kslCLVsV d h d kcZu la[;k d sc<+rs
number of the substrates on which they act.
e d svk/kkj ij O;ofLFkr d hft , &
(I) Enolase (II) Aconitase
(I) ,uks
y st (II) ,d ks
uhVst
(III) Fumerase (IV)Alcohol dehydrogenase
(a) II, IV, III, I (b) IV, I, II, III (III) ;w
ejs
t (IV) ,Yd ks
gy MhgkbZMkst hust
(c) I, IV, III, II (d) IV, I, III, II (a) II, IV, III, I (b) IV, I, II, III
(c) I, IV, III, II (d) IV, I, III, II

128. The following is a simplified scheme showing 128. ok;oh; rFkk vok;oh; 'olu d snkS
jku Xy wd kst d s
the fate of glucose during aerobic and vUr d k ljy fp=k fn;k x;k gSA vfUre mRiknksa
anaerobic respiration. Identify the end
d ksigpkfu, t ksfpfUgr A, B, C rFkk D voLFkkvksa
products that are formed at stages indicated
esacursgSaA uhpsfn;sx;sfod Yiksaesalslgh fod Yi
as A, B, C and D. Identify the correct option
from those given below d k p;u d hft ,A

(a) A= d kcZ
uMkbZv kWDlkbM rFkk t y , B= ik;: fod
vEy , C= bFkkby ,Yd ks
gkWy rFkkd kWcZuMkbZ
v kDlkbM,
(a) A= Carbon dioxide and water, B= pyruvic
acid, C= ethyl alcohol and carbon dioxide, D= D= y s
fDVd vEy
lactic acid (b) A= ik;: fod vEy , B= d kcZ
uMkbZv kWDlkbM rFkk
(b) A= Pyruvic acid, B= carbon dioxide and t y , C= y sfDVd vEy , D= bFkkby ,Yd ksgkWy rFkk
water, C= lactic acid, D= ethyl alcohol and
d kWcZuMkbZv kDl kbM
carbon dioxide
(c) A= ik;: fod vEy , B= d kcZ
uMkbZv kWDlkbM rFkk
(c) A= Pyruvic acid, B= carbon dioxide and
water, C= ethyl alcohol and carbon dioxide,
t y , C= bFkkby ,Yd ksgkWy rFkkd kWcZuMkbZv kDlkbM,
D= lactic acid D= y s
fDVd vEy
(d) A= pyruvic acid, B= ethyl alcohol and (d) A= ik;: fod vEy , B= bFkkby ,Yd ks
gkWy rFkk
carbon dioxide, C= lactic acid, D= carbon d kWcZuM kbZv kDl kbM , C= y sfDVd v Ey ,
dioxide and water
D= d kcZ
uMkbZv kWDlkbM rFkk t y

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129. A molecule of ATP is formed when electron 129. fd les
sby sDVkWu okfgr gksuslsATP curk gSA
passes from
(a) Cyt-c lsCyt-a (b) Cyt-a lsCyt-c
(a) Cyt c to cyt a (b) cyt a to cyt c
(c)Cyt-b lsCyt-c1 (d)Cyt-a lsCyt-b
(c) cyt b to cyt c1 (d) cyt a to cyt b
130. Which of the following is not a crucial event in 130. ok;oh; 'olu d sfofHk egRoiw
.kZpj.kksaesalsd kSu
aerobic respiration. lk pj.k fuEu esalsvuqi;q gS\
(a) The complete oxidation of pyruvate by
(a) ik;: os
V vEy d k fed : i ls gkbMkst u
stepwise removal of hydrogen atoms.
ijek.kqv ksad sfu"d klu }kjk iw.kZvkWDlhd j.k
(b) Leaving three molecules of CO2 by pyruvic
acid (b) ik;: os
V vEy }kjk CO2 d srhu v.kqv ksad h
(c) The passing on of the electrons removed as eqf
part of the hydrogen atoms to molecular O2 (c) gkbM
kts u ijek.kvqkasd sHkkx d s: i es
aeq
gkussokys
(d) Breakdown of fructose, 1, 6 bisphosphate
bys
DV
kuW d ksvkf.od vkDWlhtu dksiz
okfgr d juk
to form PGAL and DHAP.
(d) Fructose, 1, 6 bisphosphate d kPGAL rFkk

DHAP d sfuekZ
.k d sfy , fony u

131. Which of the following is most dangerous to 131. fuEu es


alsd kSulk oU; t hoksad sfy , lclsvf/kd
wild life? [krjukd gS
(a) Over exploitation (a) vfr'kks
"k.k
(b) Man made forest
(b) ekuo fufeZ
r ou
(c) Habitat destruction
(c) vkokl fo?kVu
(d) Introduction of foreign species
(d) ck t kfr;ks
ad k iqjLFkkiu
132. Biomagnification of DDT causes decline in bird 132. DDT d k t S
o vko/kZu fd l izd kj i{kh;ksad h lef"V
population by
?kVkrk gS-
(a) Bringing disturbance in calcium metabolism
(a) d S
fY'k;e mikip; esaxfrjks/k y kd j
(b) Thining of egg shell
(c) Premature breaking of eggs (b) v.Md op d ksiry k d j

(d) All the above (c) v.Mks


ad ksvifjiDo voLFkk esarksM+uk
(d) mijks
Dr lHkh

133. Indian forest policy (1988) of india has 133. Hkkjr d h Hkkjrh; ou uhfr (1988) es
aeSnkuh {ks=kksa
recommonded ....a.....cover for the plains d sfy;s......a..... rFkkioZ
rh; {ks
=kks
ad sfy;s......b......
&....b.... for the hills {ks=k d h vuq'kal k d h xbZgS-
(a) a 60 %, b 20 % (a) a 60 %, b 20 %
(b) 33 %, b 67 % (b) 33 %, b 67 %
(c) 29 %, b 71 % (c) 29 %, b 71 %
(d) 27 %, b 73 % (d) 27 %, b 73 %

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134 This is metabolic pathway occuring in our cells 134. ;g gekjh d ks
f'kd kvksaesagksusoky k mikip;h iFk
Label. Substrates from A to G. with the help of
gSA fuEufy f[kr 'kCnkoy h d h lgk;rk lsA lsG
following terms.
f ;k/kkjksad ksfpfUgr d hft ,A
1. Glycerol
1. Glycerol
2. Glycolysis
2. Glycolysis
3. Amino Acids
3. Amino Acids
4. Krebs Cycle
4. Krebs Cycle
5. Acetyl Co-A
5. Acetyl Co-A
6. Pyruvate
6. Pyruvate
7. Fatty Acids
7. Fatty Acids

(a) D 1 , A 2, B 3, G 4, F 5, C 6, E (a) D 1 , A 2, B 3, G 4, F 5, C 6, E
7 7
(b) D 1 , A 2, B 3, G 4, F 5, E 6, C (b) D 1 , A 2, B 3, G 4, F 5, E 6, C
7 7
(c) D 1 , A 2, B 3, F 4, G 5, C 6, E (c) D 1 , A 2, B 3, F 4, G 5, C 6, E
7 7
(d) B 1 , F 2, D 3, A 4, G 5, C 6, E (d) B 1 , F 2, D 3, A 4, G 5, C 6, E
7 7

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135. Respiration is useful for 135. 'olu fd ld sfy , mi;ks
xh gS&
(a) Growth
(a) of)
(b) Conversion of solar energy
(b) lkS
j t kZd s: ikUrj.k esa
(c) Releasing O2
(c) O2 d sfu"d klu es
a
(d) Releasing CO2
(d) CO2 d sfu"d klu es
a

136. Water releases protons and 12 molecules of 136. ikniks


aesapksV d jokrh gS&
water will release (a) 48 H+ (b) 12 H+
(a) 48 H+ (b) 12 H+ (c) 24 H+ (d) 64 H+
(c) 24 H+ (d) 64 H+

137. Injury to plants leads to 137. ikniks


aesapksV lap kfy r d jokrh gSa&
(a) Increase in respiration (a) 'olu es
aof)
(b) Decrease in respiration
(b) 'olu es
ad eh
(c) No change in respiration
(c) 'olu es
ad ksbZifjorZu ugh
(d) First decrease and then increase in
respiration (d) 'olu es
aigy sd eh rFkk fQ j of)

138. How many of the four membrane bound 138. ekbVks


d kWfUM;k esapkj f>Yy h ;q d kWEiy sDl esals
complexes used in mitochondria are proton
fd rusizksVksUl d ksiai d jusesad ke vkrsgS&
pumps.
(a) 1 (b) 3
(a) 1 (b) 3
(c) 2 (d) 4
(c) 2 (d) 4

139. Number of oxygen atoms required for complete 139. ,d v.kq ik: fod vEy d s iw
.kZ vkWDlhd j.k gsrq
oxidation of one molecule of pyruvic acid is fd rusvkWDlht u ijek.kqv ksad h vko';d rk gksxhA
(a) 12 (b) 3 (a) 12 (b) 3
(c) 8 (d) 6 (c) 8 (d) 6

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140. Aerobic respiration produces 264 gms of CO2 140. ok;oh; 'olu es
a264 gms. CO2 mRikfnr gksrh gS
than how much CO2 produced from the same
rks,Yd ksgkWfy d fd .ou esaleku Hkkj oky sXy wd kst
weight of glucose in alcoholic fermentation.
lsfd ruh CO2 mRikfnr gksxh&
(a) 132 gms (b) 528 gms
(a) 132 gms (b) 528 gms
(c) 88 gms (d) zero
(c) 88 gms (d) zero

141. Identify the true statement/s 141. lR; d Fku@d Fkuks


ad k igpkfu;s-
(a) Hepatitis-B is a chronic infection (a) ; r'kks
Fk&ch ,d fpjd kjh la e.k gSA
(b) Nicotine stimulate adrenal gland to release (b) fud ks
Vhu vf/koDd xza
fFkd ksukj&,fM
uyhu eks
fpr
nor adrenaline
d jusd sfy ;smhfir d jrh gSA
(c) excessive doses of coccaine cause
(c) d ks
d Su d h vR;f/kd ek=kk lsfoHkze gkst krk gSA
hallucinations

(d) An antitoxin is generally a preparation (d) ,d iz


frvkfo"k(antitoxin) lkekU;r%,d ,s
l hfufeZ
r
containing antibodies to toxin gSft les
avkfo"k(toxin) d sfy;siz
frjf{k;kgkrsh gS
A
(a) only a, c, d (b) only b, c,d (a) only a, c, d (b) only b, c,d
(c) only a, b, c (d) a, b, c,d (c) only a, b, c (d) a, b, c,d

142. Identify the true statement/s 142. lR; d Fku@d Fkuks


ad k igpkfu;s

(a) Inbreeding is necessary if we want to (a) fd lh Hkh iz


d kj d si'kqesa'kq) oa'k e fod flr
evolve pureline in any animal d jusd sfy ;svar%izt uu vko';d gSA
(b) outcross is the best breeding method for
(b) nq
X/k mRiknu {kerk esad et +ksj i'kqv ksad sfy ;s
animals that are below average in productivity
cfg%lad j.k izt uu d h loZJ s"B fof/k ekuh t krh gSA
in milk production
(c) fgYlkvyo.kh; t y d hlclsT;knk[kk| eNyhgS
A
(c) Hilsa is most common edible fresh water
fish commonly used in coastal india ftlslkekU;r%rVh; Hkkjr es
aiz
;kxs fd ;k t krk gS
A
(d) Hirsadale is a sheep developed in punjab by (d) fgjlkMS
y HkMs+d h,d uLy gSftld kfodkl ia
t kc
using technique of interspecific hybridisation es
ava
r%fof'k"V la
d j.k dh rduhd }kjk fd ;k x;k gS
A
(a) only a, b (b) only a,b,c
(a) only a, b (b) only a,b,c
(c) only c,d (d) a,b,c,d (c) only c,d (d) a,b,c,d

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143. 143.

The accompanied diagram shows right pectoral ij oky sfp=k esa ijh gkFk d h nk;h val eas[ky k
girdle and upper arm (frontal view). Identify A d k fp=k gS] blesaA lsG rd igpkfu,sa
to G
(a) A - igy k oVhZ
czk, B - Ld siqy k, C - g~;wesjl , D -
(a) A - 1st Vertebra, B - Scapula, C - Humerus,
jsfM;l , E - vYuk, F- d kiZy , G - esVkd kiZy
D - Radius, E - Ulna, F:- Carpals, G -
Metacarpals (b) A - Ld s
iqy k, B - Dy sfod y , C - g~;wesjl , D -
(b) A - Scapula, B - Clavicle, C - Humerus, D - jsfM;l , E - vYuk, F - d kiZy , G - esVkd kiZy
Radius, E - Ulna, F - Carpals, G - Metacarpal (c) A - bfy;e, B - Ld s
iq
y k, C - g~;w
es
jl , D - jsfM;l ,
(c) A - Ilium, B - Scapula, C - Humerus, D - E - vYuk, F - d kiZ
y , G - esVkd kiZy
Radius, E - Ulna, F - Carpals, G - Metacarpals
(d) A - Dy s
fod y , B -Ld siqy k, C - g~;wesjl , D -
(d) A - Clavicle, B -Scapula, C - Humerus, D -
jsfM;l , E - vYuk, F - d kiZy , G - esVkd kiZy
Radius, E - Ulna, F - Carpals, G - Metacarpals

144. Following is the figure of actin (thin) filaments. 144. fuEu fp=k es
a,fDVu (iry k) rUrqd ksn'kkZ;k x;k
Identify A, Band C. gSA blesaA, B vkSj C D;k gS

(a) A - Tropomyosin, B - Troponin, C - F-actin


(a) A - V
ksiksek;ksflu, B - Vksiksfuu, C - F-,fDVu
(b) A - Troponin, B - Tropomyosin, C - Myosin
(b) A - V
ksiksfuu, B - Vksiksek;ksflu, C - ek;ksflu
(c) A - Troponin, B - Myosin, C - Tropomyosin
(d) A - Troponin, B - Tropomyosin, C - F-actin (c) A - V
ksiksfuu, B - ek;ksflu, C - Vksiksek;ksflu
(d) A - V
ksiksfuu, B - Vksiksek;ksflu, C - F-,fDVu

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145. Match the columns - 145. LrEHk I o II d k fey ku d hft ,

LrEHk I LrEHk II
Column I Column II
(a) ek;LFks
fu;k xzsfol (i) ;wfjd vEy f LVy
(a) Myasthenia gravis (i) uric acid crystals
(b) Muscular dystrophy (ii) Ca2+ deficiency (b) is
'kh; fMLVksQ h (ii) Ca+2 d h d eh
(c) Tetany (iii) Autoimmune disorder
(c) VhVs
uh (iii) Loiz
frj{kk vlkekU;rk
(d) Gout (iv) degeneration of muscle
(d) xk V (iv) is
f'k;ksad k fo?kVu
A B C D
A B C D
(a)iv iii ii i
(a)iv iii ii i
(b)iii iv ii i
(b)iii iv ii i
(c)iii iv i ii
(c)iii iv i ii
(d)iv iii i ii
(d)iv iii i ii

146. Choose the letter from the figure that most 146. fuEu fp=kea
slsmu v{kjks
ad kp;u d js
at ksla
jpukvks
a
appropriately corresponds to the structure - d ksalgh : Ik lsn'kkZrsgks
A D
A D G E
G E

B
B C
C
F
F
I.A-cs
UM II. I-cs
UM
I.A-band II. I-band
III. lkd ks
es
Zj IV. H-t ks
u
III. Sarcomere IV. H-zone
V. Myosin VI. Actin, Troponin, V. ekk;ks
flu VI. ,fDVu, V
ksiksfuu,
Tropomyosin Vksiksek;ksfl u
VII. Z-line VII. Z-js
[kk
(a) I - E, II - D, III - F, IV - G, V - B, VI - C, VII - A (a) I - E, II - D, III - F, IV - G, V - B, VI - C, VII - A
(b) I - E, II - D, III - F, IV - G, V - C, VI - A, VII - B (b) I - E, II - D, III - F, IV - G, V - C, VI - A, VII - B

(c) I- E, II - D, III - C, IV - G, V - B, VI - A, VII - F (c) I- E, II - D, III - C, IV - G, V - B, VI - A, VII - F

(d) I - E, II - D, III - F, IV - A, V - B, VI - C, VII - G (d) I - E, II - D, III - F, IV - A, V - B, VI - C, VII - G

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147. Match the column 147. d kW
y e lqesfy r d jsa
(1) examination of(a) PET scan (1) Ey Vhiy LDy s
jksfll (a) PET Ld s
u
multiple sclerosis
d k ijh{k.k
(2) Detection of spina bifida (b) Endoscopy
(2) Likbuk ckbQ hMk (b) va
rnZ'kh izf ;k
(3) Tumour of stomach (c) MRI
d k irk y xkuk
(4) Study of schizophrenia (d) sonography
(3) vkek'k; d k vcw
nZ (c) MRI
(a) 1c, 2d, 3b, 4a
(4) flt ks
sfu;k d k v/;;u (d) lksuksxzkQ h
(b) 1c, 2d, 3a, 4b
(a) 1c, 2d, 3b, 4a
(c) 1d, 2c, 3b, 4a
(b) 1c, 2d, 3a, 4b
(d) 1c, 2b, 3d, 4a
(c) 1d, 2c, 3b, 4a

(d) 1c, 2b, 3d, 4a

148. Match Column I with Column II - 148. fuEu d kslq


esfy r d hft ,sa
Column I Column II d kWy e I d kWy e II
(Number of bones) (v fLFk;ks
ad h l a[;k)
I. 29 A. Cranium (Brain box)
I. 29 A. s
fu;e (Cranium
/ Brainbox)
II. 8 B. Skull (Cranial and facial
II. 8 B. Ld y [Skull (Cra
bones)
nial and facial
bones)]
III. 14 C.Face
III. 14 C. ps
gjk(Face)

IV. 24 D. Hind limb IV. 24 D. i'p ikn (Hind


limb)

V. 30 E. Ribs V. 30 E. ilfy ;k (Ribs)

(a) A - I, B - II. C - III, D - V, E - IV


(a) A - I, B - II. C - III, D - V, E - IV
(b) A - II, B - I, C - III. D - V. E - IV
(b) A - II, B - I, C - III. D - V. E - IV
(c) A-I, B -II, C-III, D -IV, E - V- (V)
(c) A-I, B -II, C-III, D -IV, E - V -(V)
(d) A - V, B - IV, C - III, D - II, A - I
(d) A - V, B - IV, C - III, D - II, A - I

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149. Which one of the following statements is true 149. euq
"; esaHkkst u d sikpu ,oavo'kks"k.k d slEcU/k esa
regarding digestion and absorption of food in
fuEufy f[kr easlsd kSu-lk d Fku lR; gSA
humans?
(a) vka
=kh; E;wd ksl k }kjk DVksl rFk vehuksavEy ksa
(a) Fructose and amino acids are absorbed
d k vo'kks"k.k okgd vk;uksa, t Sl sNa+ d h lgk;rk
through intestinal mucosa with the help of
carrier ions like Na+ lsgksrk gSA
(b) Chylomicrons are small lipoprotein particles (b) d kby ks
ekb kWu NksVsfy iksizksVhu d .k gSat ksvka=k
that are transported from intestine into blood lsjDr d sf'kd kvksaesLFkkukUrfjr gksrsgSaA
capillaries
(c) gekjs eq
[k es y kjh; ,ekby sl }kjk y xHkx
(c) About 60% of starch is hydrolysed by
60% e.M d k ikpu gkst krk gS
A
salivary amylase in our mouth
(d) Oxyntic cells in our stomach secrete the (d) v kek'k; es
a v kWfDl f.Vd d ksf'kd kv ksa }kjk
proenzyme pepsinogen izks,Ut kbe isfIlukst u L=kkfor gksrk gSA

150. Which one of the following is a fat-soluble 150. fuEufy f[kr es


a ls d kSu&lk ,d ol k&?kqy u'khy
vitamin and its related deficiency disease?
foVkfeu vkSj mllslEcfU/kr vHkko jksx gS\
(a) retinol - xerophthalmia
(a) js
fVukWy & t sjkWQ FkSfYe;k
(b) cobalamine - beri-beri
(b) d ks
csy ,ehu & csjh&csjh
(c) calciferol - pellagra
(d) ascorbic acid - scurvy (c) d S
fYlQ sjkWy & isy kxzk
(d) ,s
Ld kfcZd ,flM & Ld ohZ

151. Which one of the following is the correct 151. fuEufyf[kr es


alsfdl ,d fod Yi es
]af ;k LFky vkjS
matching of the site of action on the given mld svkxsfn;sx;sf;k/kkj] ml f ;k/kkj ij f;k
substrate, the enzyme acting upon it and the
d jusokys,a
Ut kbe rFkk vfUre mRikn d kslgh feyk;k
end product?
gS
\
(a) small intestine: proteins amino
Pepsin

(a) Nks isfI
Vh vkr % ksVhUl lu
,ehuksvEy
acids

(b) colon : fats micelles


Lipase
(b) d kW y k
y ksu % olk, bis
l fels
Yl
(c) duodenum : triglycerides
(c) xzg .kh % VkbfXy l jkbM ~l fV
fIl
u
monoglycerides
Trypsin

(d) small intestine : starch eksuksfXy l jkbM~l

disaccharide (maltose)
Amylase
,ek
(d) Nks
Vhvk
r %LVkpZ by
sl MkbZ
lSds
jkbM

ekYVkst

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152. Which of the following are required in less 152. fuEu es
a fd ld h euq"; d s'kjhj esa d e ek=kk esa
amount by human
vko';d rk gksrh gS&
(a) Iron, iodine, carbon, manganese, copper, O2
(a) v k;ju] v k;ks
M hu] d kcZu] eSXuht ] d kWij]
(b) Iron, iodine, manganese, copper, zinc,
vkDl ht u
fluorine
(c) Iron, iodine, manganese, zinc, hydrogen (b) vk;ju] vk;ks
Mhu] eSXuht ]d kWij] ft ad ] y ksjhu
(d) Nitrogen, oxygen, zinc, fluorine (c) vk;ju] vk;ks
Mhu] eSXuht ] ft ad ] gkbMkst u
(d) ukbV
kst u] vkWDlht u] ft ad ] y ksjhu

153. Match the column

Column A Column B 153. lq


esfy r d hft ;s-
(1) W. malayi (a) Aedes mosquito Column A Column B

(1) W. ey kbZ (a) ,fMt +ePNj


(2) Reservoir of erythrocyte (b) - interferon (2) y ky jDr (b) - ba
VjQ sjkWu

d f.kd kvksad k laxzg


(3) Biological response (c) Spleen
(3) t S
fod vuqf ;k (c) Iy hgk (Spleen)
modifier
: ikUrj.k (Biological
response modifier)
(4) chikungunya (d) filariasis

(a) 1 d, 2 c, 3 b, 4 a (4) fpd uxq


fu;k (d) Q kbZ
y sfjvkfll
(b) 1 c, 2 a, 3 d, 4 b (a) 1 d, 2 c, 3 b, 4 a
(c) 1 d, 2 a, 3 b, 4 c (b) 1 c, 2 a, 3 d, 4 b
(d) 1 c, 2 d, 3 b, 4 a (c) 1 d, 2 a, 3 b, 4 c

(d) 1 c, 2 d, 3 b, 4 a

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154. Match the item in Column I (vitamins) with 154. lw
p hI (foVkfeu) d kslwp hII (vYirkjksx) lslqesfy r
those in Column II (deficiency diseases)
d hft ,
Column I Column II
lwp h I (foVkfeu) lwp hII (vYirk jksx)
(Vitamins) (Diseases)
I. K A.cs
jh&csjh
I. K A. Beri-beri
II. D B. Haemorrhagic II. D B uot kr es
aj lzko jksx
disease in new born III. B1 C. jrkS
akha
III. B1 C. Night blindness IV. A D. fjd s
V~l
IV. A D. Rickets
pkjksafoVkfeuksad k fuEu esalsd kSulk ,d lgh&lgh
Which one of the following is the correct
esy n'kkZrk gS
matching of all the four vitamins
(a) I-C, II-B, III-D, IV-A
(a) I-C, II-B, III-D, IV-A
(b) I-A, II-B, III-D, IV-C
(b) I-A, II-B, III-D, IV-C
(c) I-C, II-A, III-D, IV-B
(c) I-C, II-A, III-D, IV-B
(d) I-B, II-D, III-A, IV-C
(d) I-B, II-D, III-A, IV-C

155. Probiotics are - 155. ks


ck;ksfVDl D;k gksrsgSa\
(a) cancer inducing microbes (a) d S
al j&sjd lw{et ho
(b) new kind of food allergens (b) u;sd kj d s[kk| ,y t Z
u
(c) live microbial food supplement
(c) lt ho lw
{et hoh; [kk| laiwjd
(d) safe antibiotics.
(d) lq
jf{kr ,saVhck;ksfVDl

156. When breast feeding is replaced by less 156. ;fn ,d o"kZlsd e vk;qoky sf'k'kq
v ksad ksLruiku
nutritive food low in proteins and calories; the d sLFkku ij d e ksVhu rFkk d e d Sy ksjh d svYi
infants below the age of one year are likelyto
iks"k.k oky svkgkj fn;st k;sarksmuesad kSu lk jksx
suffer from
gksusd h laHkkouk gSA
(a) Marasmus (b) Rickets
(c) Kwashiorkor (d) Pellagra (a) eS
jsl el (b) fjd s
V~l
(c) Dokf'k;ks
jd ksj (d) is
y kxzk

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157. Given below are four statements (a-d) 157. uhpspkj d Fku (a-d) fn;st k jgsgS
a] ft ud k lacU/
regarding human blood circulatory system
k ekuo : f/kj ifjlap j.k rU=k lsgS%
(a) Arteries are thick-walled and have narrow
(a) f'kjkvks
ad h rqy uk esa/kefu;kavf/kd eksVh nhokj
lumen as compared to veins
oky h gksrh gSa] ,oamud h vod kf'kd k lad h.kZgksrh gS
(b) Angina is acute chest pain when the blood
circulation of the brain is reduced (b) ,a
st kbuk]Nkrhd h rhozihM+k gksrhgSt ksefLr"d
(c) Persons with blood group AB can donate esaiwjk jDr u igqp ikusd sd kj.k gksrh gS
blood to any person with any blood group (c) AB jDr lew
g oky sO;f ABO rU=k d svUrxZr
under ABO system
fd lh Hkh O;f d ksjDrnku nsld rsgSa
(d) Calcium ions play a very important role in
(d) j &Ld Unu d h f ;k es
ad SfYl;e vk;uksad h
blood clotting
vR;Ur egRoiw.kZHkwfed k gksrh gS
Which two of the above statements are correct
ij fn;sx;sd Fkuksaesad kSu lsnksd Fku lgh gSa\
(a) (c) and (d) (b) (a) and (d) ( c )
(a) (c) rFkk(d) (b) (a) rFkk(d)
(a) and (b) (d) (b) and (c)
(c) (a) rFkk(b) (d) (b) rFkk(c)

158. Which one of the following statements is


correct regarding blood pressure 158. jDr nkc d sfo"k; es
aD;k d guk lgh gSa\
(a) 130/90 mmHg is considered high and (a) 130/90 mmHg
p k jDr nkc ekuk t krk gS]
requires treatment
ft ld k mipkj fd ;k t kuk t : jh gS
(b) 100/55 mmHg is considered an ideal blood
(b) 100/55 rnmHg ,d vkn'kZjDr nkc gS
pressure
(c) 105/50 mmHg jDr nkc O;fDr d kscgq
r pqLr
(c) 105/50 mmHg is makes one very active

(d) 190/110 mmHg may harm vital organs like


cuk nsrk gS

brain and kidney (d) ;fn og 190/110 mmHg gq


v k rksmllsvfr
egRoiw
.kZva
x tS
l sfd efLr"d rFkk oDd ks
axq
nks
d ks
Z
gkfu igq
p ld rh gS
a A

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159. Match the column 159. d kW
y e lqesfy r d hft ;s
Column I Column II d kWy e I d kWy e II
(i) Atherosclerosis(a) When heart (i) ,fFkjks
l lDy sjksfll (a) n;is
'kh d ksjDr
muscle is suddenly
vkiwfrZ vpkud
damaged by inad
vi;kZIr gkst kusls
equate blood supply
;d k;d {kfr igqp rh gSA
(ii) Cardiac arrest (b) When heart is
not pumping blood (ii) n?kkr (b) n; 'kjhj d s
effectively enough fofHkUu Hkkxksad ks
to meet the needs vko';d rkuql kj i;kZIr
of the body.
vkiwfrZughad j ikrk gSA
(iii) Heart failure (c) Caused by de
(iii) gkVZQ s
Y;ksj (c) ;g chekjh /kefu;ks
a
posits of calcium,
d svanj d S
fYl;e]olk
fat, cholesterol and
rFkkvU; js
'kh; rd ksa
fibrous in lumen of
d st ekgksuslsgksrhgS
arteries
(iv) nikr (d) n; d h /kM+
du
(iv) Heart attack (d) When the heart
stops beating. can gkst krh gS

(a) (i) (c) , (ii) (d) , (iii) (b) , (iv) (a) (a) (i) (c) , (ii) (d) , (iii) (b) , (iv) (a)
(b) (i) (d) , (ii) (c) , (iii) (b) , (iv) (a)
(b) (i) (d) , (ii) (c) , (iii) (b) , (iv) (a)
(c) (i) (c) , (ii) (d) , (iii) (a) , (iv) (b)
(c) (i) (c) , (ii) (d) , (iii) (a) , (iv) (b)
(d) (i) (c) , (ii) (b) , (iii) (d) , (iv) (a)
(d) (i) (c) , (ii) (b) , (iii) (d) , (iv) (a)
160. d kW
y e laqesfy r d jsa
160. Match the column (a) cS
D;wy ksok;jsfll (a) eq
DrkoLFkkes
ajgd j
(a) baculovirus (a) free living nitrogen fixer ukbVkst u fLFkjhd j.k
(b) Azotobactor (b) Aphids d jusoky s
(c) Lady bird (c) Nucleopolyhedrovirus (b) ,t ks
csDVj (b) ,fQ Mks
(d) Monascus (d) Blood choles (c) Hka
x chVy (c) U;w
fDy vksikWy hgh-
purpureusterol lowering agent Mksfl l ok;jl
(a) a3, b1, c2, d4
(d) eks
ukLd l ijI;wjhvl (d) jDr d kW
fy LVky d ks
(b) a3, b1, c4, d2 d e d jusoky k
(c) a1, b3, c4, d2 (a) a3, b1, c2, d4
(d) a3, b4, c1, d2 (b) a3, b1, c4, d2
(c) a1, b3, c4, d2
(d) a3, b4, c1, d2

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SECTION - II [k.M - II
Straight Objective Type
lh/ksoLrqfu"B izd kj
This section contains 20 multiple choice
bl [k.M esa20 cgq& fod Yih iz'u gSaA izR;sd iz'u
questions. Each question has choices (a),
d s4 fod Yi (a), (b), (c) rFkk(d) gSa]ft uesalsfl Q Z
(b), (c) and (d), out of which ONLY ONE is
correct.
,d l gh gSA

The following questions consist of two fuEu iz'uksaesal sizR;sd esanksokD; gS] ,d d Fku
statements one labelled ASSERTION (a) (A) rFkk nw
l jk d kj.k (R) uhpsfn;sx;sfunsZ'kksa
and the another labelled REASON (R). d sv k/kkj ij l gh mkj d ksigpkfu;sA
Select the correct answers to these (a) A o R nku
skaslR; gSrFkk R A d klghLi"Vhd j.k
questions from the codes given below :
gS
A
(a) Both A and R are true and R is the
correct explanation of A.
(b) A o R nks
uksal R; gsafd arqR, A d k l gh
(b) Both A and R are true but R is not
Li"Vhd j.k ughagSaA
correct explanation of A
(c) A l R; gSfd a
rqR v l R; gSaA
(c) A is true but R is false
(d) A and R are false
(d) A o R nks
uksav l R; gSA

161. Assertion : Ubiquinone is one of the 161. d Fku % ;w


fcD;wukWu 'oluh; ETS d k ,d egRoiw.kZ
important carrier of respiratory ETS.
okgd gSaA
Reason : Ubiquinone helps in oxidation of
d kj.k % ;wfcD;wukWu NADH + H+ o FADH2 nksuksa
both NADH + H+ and FADH2.
d svkWDlhd j.k esaenn d jrk gSaA
(a) (b) (c) (d)
(a) (b) (c) (d)

162. Assertion : Cytochrome-C is the mobile 162. d Fku % lkbVks


kse& C py okgd gSaA
carrier.
d kj.k% lkbVks
kse& C lfEeJ& IV d kW
Eiy s
Dl& IV)
Reason : Cytochrome-C helps in transfer of
o lfEeJ& V d kW
Eiys
Dl& V) d se/; bys
DV
ks
u ifjogu
electrons between complex IV and complex V.
esaenn d jrk gSaA
(a) (b) (c) (d)
(a) (b) (c) (d)

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163. Assertion : Tropical rain forest are rich in 163. d Fku : le'khrks
".k ouksa d s ct k; m".kd fVca/kh;
species diversity than temperate forest - o"kkZouksaesaizp qj t kfr fofo/krk gksrh gS
Reason : Frequent glaciations was quite
d kj.k : iwoZd ky esa l e'khrks".k {ks=k esa l rr~
common in temperate region in the part &
fgeunhd j.klkekU;: i lsgksrkFkkrFkk ".kd fVca/
absent in tropical rain forest.
(a) (b) (c) (d) kh; o"kkZou esavuqifLFkr FkkA
(a) (b) (c) (d)

164. Assertion: In ETS of respiration, oxidation of 164. d Fku % 'oluh ETS es


a,d okgd d k vkWDlhd j.k
one carrier and reduction of another carrier is rFkk nwl jsokgd d k vip;u gksuk vko';d gSA
essential.
d kj.k% 'oluh ETS esavkWDlhd j.k vip;u d h
Reason : In respiratory ETS, energy of
t kZ] ksVksu izo.krk d ksmRi d jusd sd ke vkrh
oxidation reduction utilised for production of
proton gradient. gSSA
(a) (b) (c) (d) (a) (b) (c) (d)

165. Assertion : Mercury, cadmium, copper, lead


etc. are regarded as heavy metals. 165. d Fku %ikjk] d s
Mfe;e] rkck] lhlk vkfn d ksHkkjh
Reason : These elements have density more /kkrq,aekuk t krk gSA
3
than 5 g/cm
d kj.k % bu rRokasd k?kuRo 5 g/cm3 lsvf/kd gkrsk gS
A
(a) (b) (c) (d)
(a) (b) (c) (d)

166. Assertion : A total of 10 NADH + H+ and


2FADH2 molecules are formed in aerobic 166. d Fku % ok;oh; 'olu es
ad qy 10 NADH + H+
respiration rFkk2FADH2 v.kqv ksad k fuekZ.k gksrk gSA
Reason : NADH + H+ and 2FADH2 help in
d kj.k % NADH + H+ rFkk 2FADH2 ls34ATP
formation of 34ATP molecules.
v.kqv ksad sfuekZ.k esalgk;d gksrsgSaA
(a) (b) (c) (d)
(a) (b) (c) (d)

167. Assertion : In anaerobic respiration, one of


the end products is organic compound. 167. d Fku % vok;oh; 'olu es
a vafre mRiknksaesa ls
Reason : There is an incomplete breakdown d ksbZ,d d kcZfud ;kSfxd gksrk gSA
of respiratory substrate. d kj.k % 'oluh; inkFkksZad k blesaviw.kZfo[k.Mu
(a) (b) (c) (d) gksrk gS&
(a) (b) (c) (d)

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168. Assertion: Respiratory quotient depend upon 168. d Fku% 'olu xq
.kkad ] 'olu d snkSjku mi;ksx esa
the type of respiratory substrate used during
fy , x, 'oluh; f ;k/kkj d sizd kj ij fuHkZj d jrk
respiration.
gSA
Reason : In each respiratory substrate C : O
d kj.k% izR;sd 'oluh f ;k/kkj esasC : O d k vuqikr
ratio is different.
(a) (b) (c) (d) vy x&vy x gksrk gSA
(a) (b) (c) (d)

169. Assertion : For plant respiration there is no 169. d Fku % ikni 'olu d sfy , fof'k"V 'oluh; va
xks
need of specialised respiratory organs.
d h vko';d rk ughagksrh gSaA
Reason : Plants do not show great demands
d kj.k % ikni xSl h; fofue; d s fy , v f/kd
for gaseous exchange.
vko';d rk nf'kZr ughad jrsgSaA
(a) (b) (c) (d)
(a) (b) (c) (d)

170. Assertion : Motor vehicles equipped with 170. d Fku % mRiz


sjd ifjorZd ;qDr eksVj okguksa esa
catalytic convertors should use unleaded lhlkjfgr isVkWy d k mi;ksx d juk pkfg;sA
petrol.
d kj.k % lhlk ;qDr isVkWy mRizsjd ifjorZd d ks
Reason : Lead in petrol leads to blockage of
vo: ) d j nsrk gS
catalytic convertors.
(a) (b) (c) (d)
(a) (b) (c) (d)

171. Assertion : Yeast such as Saccharomysces 171. d Fku : cs


fd ax b.MLVh esa;hLV t Sl s& lsd jksekbfll
cerevisiae are used in baking industry.
lsjsfolh d k mi;ksx fd ;k t krk gSA
Reason : Carbon dioxide produced during
d kj.k: fd .ou d sQ y Lo: i CO2 d k mRiknu gksrk
fermentation causes bread dough to rise by
thermal expansion. gSft ld sd kj.k jksVh Q wy t krh gS
(a) (b) (c) (d) (a) (b) (c) (d)

172. Assertion : Smake is white, odourless, Bitter, 172. d Fku : LeS


d ,d lQ sn]xa
/kghu]rh[kk]josnkj ;kSfxd
crystalline compound gksrk gSA
Reason : It is extracted from the latex of poppy d kj.k : ;g iksLr d s ikS/ks iSisoj lkseuhQ sje d s
plant papaver somniferum.
y sVsDl lsfu"d "kZ.k }kjk izkIr gksrk gSA
(a) (b) (c) (d)
(a) (b) (c) (d)

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173. Assertion : Ball and socket joints are the 173. d Fku % oW
ky vkSj lkWd sV laf/k lclsT;knk xfrd kjh
most mobile joints. laf/k gksrh gSA
Reason : Synovial fluid is present here.
d kj.k % blesalkbuksfo;y rjy mifLFkr gksrk gSA
(a) (b) (c) (d)
(a) (b) (c) (d)

174. Assertion : Electorcardiogram is record of 174. dFku : n; dh fo|qr xfrfof/k;ksa dk xzkQh;


eletrical activity of the heart which shows fu:i.k bysDVksdkfMZ;ksxzke dgykrk gS ftlesa P,
certain waves called P,Q,R,S and T waves .
Q, R, S vkSj T rjaxs iznfkZr gksrh gSaA
Reason : It gives important information
dkj.k : ;g n; ds fofHk Hkkxksa esa mn~~nhiu ds
concerning the spread of excitation to the
QSyus ls lEcfU/kr egRoiiw.kZ tkudkjh miyC/k
different parts of heart and it is of value in the
diagnosis of cases of abnormal cardiac rhythm djkrh gS vkSj ;g n; ls lEcfU/kr dkfMZ;d jksxksa
and myocardial damage. ,oa ek;ks dkfMZ;d jksxksa dh tkp gsrq ,d egRoiw.kZ
(a) (b) (c) (d) rduhd gSA
(a) (b) (c) (d)
175. Assertion : Escherichia coli, Shigella sp. and
175. d Fku : bLps
fjf'p;kd ks
y kbZ]f'kt S
y krFkklkYeksus
yk
salmonella sp. are all responsible for diarrhoeal
t Sl h t kfr;ka] Mk;fj;k d sfy , ft Eesnkj gksrh gSaA
diseases
Reason : Dehydration is common to all d kj.k: lHkh d kj d sMk;fj;k d k lkekU; y {k.k
types of diarrhoeal diseases and adequate fMgkbMs'ku fut Zy hd j.k gS bl s jksd us d s fy ,
supply of fluids and electrolytes should be y xkrkj nzo rFkk by sDVksy kbV~l nsrsjguk t : jh
ensured.
gksrk gSA
(a) (b) (c) (d)
(a) (b) (c) (d)

176. Assertion : Saline water is not given to 176. dFku : mPp jDrnkc ds ejhtksa dks ued ;q ikuh
patients of hypertension. ugha fn;k tkrk gSA
Reason : Saline water can cause vomiting
dkj.k : uedhu ikuh ls mUgsa mYVh gks ldrh gS
and may drop blood pressure suddenly
vkSj j nkc ?kV tkus ls vpkud dkfMZ;d :dkoV
causing cardiac arrest.
gks ldrh gSA
(a) (b) (c) (d)
(a) (b) (c) (d)

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177. Assertion : Cattle breeds can be improved 177. d Fku : vfrv.Mks
RlxZrFkk Hkzw.k izR;kjksi.k rd uhd
by superovulaton and embryo transplantaion.
d siz;ksx eosf'k;ksad h uLy d kslq/kkjk t k ld rk gSA
Reason : Superovulation in high milk-yielding
d kj.k: vf/kd nq
X/kmRiknu d jusokyhxk;kases
agkeWkUZsl d s
cows is induced by hormonal injection.
bUt Ds'ku }kjk vfrv.MkRslxZd ksiz
fsjr fd;k t krk gS
A
(a) (b) (c) (d)
(a) (b) (c) (d)

178. Assertion : Bile is essential for the digestion 178. d Fku % fik olk d sikpu d sfy , vko';d gS
A
of lipids. d kj.k % fik jl esa fcfy : fcu rFkk fcfy ofMZu
Reason : Bile juice contains enzymes bilirubin
,Ut kbe gksrsgSaA
and biliverdin.
(a) (b) (c) (d)
(a) (b) (c) (d)

179. d Fku % d kcks


ZgkbMsV ikpu d k eq[; Hkkx NksVh vkar
179. Assertion : The main part of carbohydrate
digestion takes place in small intestine. esalEiUu gksrk gSA
Reason : Here pancreatic amylase converts d kj.k % ;gkvXuk'k;h ,ekby st d kcksZgkbMsV d ks
carbohydrates into lactose. y sDVkst esacny nsrk gSA
(a) (b) (c) (d) (a) (b) (c) (d)

180. Assertion : A group of animals related by 180. d Fku % i'kq


v ksd k og lewg t ksoa'k rFkk lkekU;
decent and similar in most characters like y {k.kksat Sl slkekU; fn[kkoV]vk fr]vkd kj]la: i.k
general appearance, features, size,
vkfn esaleku gks] ,d uLy d sd gy krsgSaA
configuration ,etc, are said to belong to a
d kj.k % y xkrkj var%izt uu ls] lkekU;r% t uu
breed
{kerk vkSj ;gkard d h mRiknu ?kV t krk gSA bls
Reason : Continued inbreeding reduces
fertility and even productivity, this is called var% izt uu volknu d grsgSaA
inbreeding depression (a) (b) (c) (d)
(a) (b) (c) (d)

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PART - D PART - D
GENERAL KNOWLEGDE GENERAL KNOWLEGDE

Straight Objective Type lh/ksoLrqfu"B izd kj


This section contains 20 multiple choice
bl [k.M esa20 cgq& fod Yih iz'u gSaA izR;sd iz'u
questions. Each question has choices (a),
(b), (c) and (d), out of which ONLY ONE is d s4 fod Yi (a), (b), (c) rFkk(d) gSa]ft uesalsfl Q Z
correct. ,d l gh gSA
181 Two important rivers one with its source in 181 nksegRoiw
.kZufn;ka& ft uesals,d d k ksr >kj[kaM
Jharkhand (and known by a different name in esagSvkSj t ksmM+hlk esanwl jsuke lst kuh t krh gS
Odisha), and another, with its source in rFkk nwl jh ft ld k ksr mM+hlk esagS& leqnzesaizokg
Odisha-merge at a place only a short distance
d juslsiwoZ,d ,sl sLFkku ij laxe d jrh gSt ks
from the coast of Bay of Bengal before flowing
caxky d h [kkM+h lsd qN gh nwj gSA ;g oU;t hou
into the sea. This is an important site of wildlife
rFkk t Sofofo/krk d k izeq[k LFky gSvkSj lqjf{kr {ks=k
and biodiversity and a protected area. Which
gSA fuEufy f[kr esaog LFky d kSu&lk gS\
one the following could be this ?
(a) Bhitarkanika (a) fHkrjd fud k

(b) Chandipur-on-sea (b) pka


nhiqj&vkWu&lh
(c) Gopalpur-on-sea (c) xks
iky iqj&vkWu&lh
(d) Simlipal (d) fley hiky

182. A "closed economy" is an economy in which 182. ca


n vFkZO;oLFkk og vFkZO;oLFkk gSft lesa
(a) the money supply is fully controlled
(a) eq
nzk iwfrZiw.kZr% fu;af=kr gksrh gS
(b) deficit financing takes place
(b) ?kkVsd h fok O;oLFkk gks
rh gS
(c) only exports take place
(c) d s
oy fu;kZr gksrk gS
(d) neither exports nor imports take place
(d) u rksfu;kZ
r] u gh vk;kr gksrk gS
183. Among the following who are eligible to benefit
from the "Mahatma Gandhi National Rural 183. fuEufy f[kr es
alsd kSu egkRek xk/kh jk"Vh; xzkeh.k
Employment Guarantee Act" ? jkst xkj xkajVhvf/kfu;e d svarxZr y kHkizkIr d jus
(a) Adult members of only the scheduled caste d k ik=k gS\
and sheduled tribe households (a) d s
oy vuql wfpr t kfr vkSj vuql wfpr t ut kfr
(b) Adult members of below poverty line (BPL) ifjokjksad so;Ld lnL;
households
(b) xjhch js
[kk lsuhpsd s(BPL) ifjokjksad so;Ld
(c) Adult members of households of all
l nL;
backward communities
(c) lHkhfiNM+
sleqnk;ksad sifjokjksad so;Ld lnL;
(d) Adult members of any household
(d) fd lh Hkh ifjokj d so;Ld lnL;

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184. Consider the following: 184. fuEufy f[kr ij fopkj d hft , %
1. Right to education. 1. f'k{kk d k vf/kd kj
2. Right to equal access to public service.
2. lekurk d slkFk lkoZ
t fud ls
ok iz
kIr d jusd k
3. Right to food.
vf/kd kj
Which of the above is/are Human Right/
3. Hkks
t u d k vf/kd kj
Human Right under "Universal Declaration of
ekuo vf/kd kjksad h O;kid mn~?kks"k.kk d svarxZr
Human Rights" ?
(a) 1 only (b) 1 and 2 only
mi;qZ esa l s d kSu&l k@d kSu&l s vf/kd kj ekuo
(c) 3 only (d) 1, 2 and 3 vf/kd kj@vf/kd kjksaesavkrk gS@ vkrsgSa\
(a) d s
oy 1 (b) d s
oy 1 vkSj 2
185. La Nina is suspended to have caused recent (c) d s
oy 3 (d) 1, 2 vkS
j3
floods in Australia. How is La Nina different
185. ;g la
nsg gSfd vkLVsfy ;k esagky esavk;h ck<+
from El Nino ?
,y &uhuks lsd Sl sfHk gS\
1. La Nina is characterised by unusually cold
ocean temperature in equatorial Indian Ocean 1. y k&uhuk fo"kq
orh; fgan egklkxj esa leqnz d s
whereas El Nino is characterised by vlk/kkj.k : i lsBaMsrkieku lspfjf=kd gksrk gS]
unusually warm ocean temperature in the t cfd ,u&uhuksfo"kqorh; iz'kkar egklkxj esaleqnz
equatorial Pacific Ocean. d svlk/kkj.k : i lsxeZrkieku lspfjf=kd gksrk
2. El Nino has adverse effect on south-west
gSA
monsoon of India, but La Nina has no effect
2. ,y &uhuksd k Hkkjr d h nf{k.k&if'peh ekulw
u
on monsoon climate.
ij izfrd wy izHkko iM+rk gS] fd Urq y k&uhuk d k
Which of the statements given above is/are
correct ? ekulwuh t y ok;qij d ksbZizHkko ughaiM+rkA
(a) 1 only (b) 2 only mi;qZ esalsd kSu&lk@d kSu&lsd Fku lgh gS@ gSa\
(c) Both 1 and 2 (d) Neither 1 nor 2 (a) d s
oy 1 (b) d s
oy 2
(c) 1 vkS
j 2 nksuksa (d) u rks1 vkSj u gh 2

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186. With reference to the peroid of Indian freedom 186. Hkkjrh; Lora
=krk vka
nks
y u d sd ky d sla
nHkZes
aus
g:
struggle, which of the following was/were fjiks
VZes
afuEufyf[kr es
alsfd l d h@fd l&fd l d h
recommended by the Nehru report ?
vuq
'ka
l k d h xbZFkh \
1. Complete Independent for India.
1. Hkkjr d sfy , iw
.kZLora=krk
2. Joint electorates for reservation of seats for
2. vYila
[;d ksagsrqvkjf{kr LFkkuksad sfy , la;q
minorities
3. Provision of fundamental rights for the fuokZp u&{ks=k
people of India in the Constitution. 3. la
fo/kku esaHkkjrh;ksad sfy , ekSfy d vf/kd kjksad k
Select the correct answer using the codes izko/kku
given below : fuEufy f[kr d wVksad svk/kkj ij lgh mkj pqfu, %
(a) 1 only (b) 2 and 3 only
(a) d s
oy 1 (b) d s
oy 2 vkSj 3
(c) 1 and 3 only (d) 1, 2 and 3
(c) d s
oy 1 vkSj 3 (d) 1, 2 vkSj 3
187. Regarding the International Monetary Fund,
187. va
rjjk"Vh; eqnzk d ks"k d slaca/k esafuEufy f[kr esals
which one of the following statements is
correct ? d kSu&lk d Fku lgh gS\
(a) It can grant loans to any country (a) ;g fd lh Hkh ns
'k d ks_ .k iznku d j ld rk gS
(b) It can grant loans to only developed (b) ;g d s
oy fod flr ns'kksad ks_ .k iznku d jrk gS
countries
(c) ;g d s
oy lnL; ns'kksad ks_ .k iznku d jrk gS
(c) It grants loans to only member countries
(d) ;g fd lh ns
'k d sd asnzh; cSad d ks_ .k iznku d j
(d) It can grant loans to the central bank of a
ld rk gS
country

188. Which amendment of constitution, the voting 188. Hkkjr es


ad kSulslafo/kku la'kks/ku esaernku d h vk;q
age reduced from 21 to 18 years in India. 21 o"kZls?kVkd kj 18 o"kZd j nh x;h \
(a) 72nd (b) 42nd (c) (a) 72nd (b) 42nd
25th (d) 61st (c) 25th (d) 61st

189. International conference_____(i)______ on 189. okjlkiks


y S.M esauoEcj 2013 esat y ok;qifjorZu
climate change held in Varsa(Poland) at Nov. ij vUrjkZ"Vh; lEesy u ___(i)______ gqv kA ;gka
2013. Here (i) represents (i) fd lsn'kkZ
rk gS
(a) COP - 18 (b) COP - 19 (a) COP - 18 (b) COP - 19
(c) COP - 17 (d) COP - 16 (c) COP - 17 (d) COP - 16

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190. Destination Mars : Secrets of the Red Planet 190. Ms
fLVus'ku ekl Z % fl sV~l vkWQ n jsM Iy susV
is book of fd ld h iqLrd gS&
(a) S. K. Das (b) Journel V. K. Singh ( c )
(a) ,l- d s
- nkl (b) t ujy oh- d s
- flag
C. N. Rao (d) K. Kasturirangan
(c) lh- ,u- jko (d) d s
- d Lrwjhjaxu

191. Which of the following is considered as 191. la


;q jk"Vd svUrxZr fuEu esaslsd kSulk efgy kvksa
international day for removal of violence d sfo: ) fgal k d kslekIr d jusd sfy , vUrjkZ"Vh;
against womens under United Nations. fnol d s: i esaekU; fd ;k x;k gS
(a) 8 march (b) 16 Oct
(a) 8 ekpZ (b) 16 vDVw
cj
(c) 31 May (d) 25 November
(c) 31 ebZ (d) 25 uoEcj

192. Biodiversity forms the basis of human 192. t ho&fofo/krk fuEufy f[kr ek/;e@ek/;eks
a }kjk
existence in the following ways : ekuo vfLrRo d k vk/kkj cuh gqbZgS%
1. Soil formation 1. enk fuekZ
.k
2. Prevention of soil erosion
2. enk vijnu d h jks
d Fkke
3. Recycling of waste
3. vif'k"V d k iq
u% p .k
4. Polilination of crops
4. lL; ijkx.k
Select the correct answer using the codes
given below.
fuEufy f[kr d wVksad svk/kkj ij lgh mkj pqfu, %

(a) 1, 2 and 3 only (a) d s


oy 1, 2 vkSj 3
(b) 2, 3 and 4 only (b) d s
oy 2, 3 vkSj 4
(c) 1 and 4 only (c) d s
oy 1 vkSj 4
(d) 1, 2, 3 and 4 (d) 1, 2, 3 vkS
j4

193. Among the following States, which one has 193. fuEufy f[kr jkT;ks
aesalsfd l jkT; esa,sl hloksZi;q
the most suitable climatic conditions for the t y ok;q& fo"k;d fLFkfr;kmiy C/k gSft lesaU;wure
cultivation of a large variety of orchids with
y kxr ls vkfd ZM d h fofo/k fd Leksa d h [ksrh gks
minimum cost of production, and can develop
ld rh gS] vkSj og bl {ks=k esafu;kZr&mUeq[k m|ksx
an export oriented industry in this field ?
fod flr d j ld rk gS\
(a) Andhra Pradesh
(a) vka
/kzizns'k
(b) Arunachal Pradesh
(b) v: .kkpy iz
ns'k
(c) Madhya Pradesh
(d) Uttar Pradesh (c) e/; iz
ns'k
(d) mkj iz
ns'k

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194. Which one of the following countries makes 194. fuEufy f[kr ns
'kksaesalsd kSu lk ,d Hkwrkih; mt kZ
maximum use of the geothermal energy ? d k vf/kd re mi;ksx d jrk gS
(a) New Zealand (b) Japan
(a) U;w
t hy SaM (b) t kiku
(c) Iceland (d) Russia
(c) vkbZ
l y SaM (d) jf'k;k

195. How many members of Rajya sabha are 195. iz


R;sd nks o"kZ ckn jkT; lHkk d s fd rus l nL;
retired after every two years. lsokfuok gkst krsgSa-
(a) 1/2 (b) 1/3 (a) 1/2 (b) 1/3
(c) 1/4 (d) 1/10 (c) 1/4 (d) 1/10

196. The first women bank(Indian women bank 196. Hkkjr es


alkoZt fud {ks=k esaizFke efgy k cSad bafM;u
limited) in the public sector in India has started oweSu cSad fy feVsM d gkij 'kq: fd ;k x;k gS\
in. (a) cS
axy ksj (b) d ks
y d kk
(a) Banglore (b) Kolkata (c) eq
EcbZ (d) gS
njkckn
(c) Mumbai (d) Hyderabad

197. Consider the following : 197. fuEufy f[kr ij fopkj d hft , %

1. Carbon dioxide 1. d kcZ


u MkbvkWDlkbM
2. Oxides of Nitrogen 2. ukbV
kst u d svkWDlkbM
3. Oxides of Sulphur 3. lYQ j d svkW
DlkbM
Which of the above is/are the emission/ mi;qZ esas l s d kSu&lk@d kSu&ls mRlt Zu m"eh;
emissions from coal combustion at thermal
'kf la;=kksaesad ks
;y kngu lsmRlft Zr gks
rkgS@ gks
rs
power plants ?
gSa\
(a) 1 only (b) 2 and 3 only
(a) 1 d s
oy (b) d s
oy 2 vkSj 3
(c) 1 and 3 only (d) 1, 2 and 3
(c) d s
oy 1 vkSj 3 (d) d soy 1, 2 vkSj 3

198. The authorization for the withdrawal of funds 198. Hkkjr d h la


fpr fuf/k ls fuf/k fud ky us d s fy ,
from the Consolidated Fund of India must fuEufy f[kr esalsfd ld k vuqeksnu vfuok;ZgS\
come from (a) Hkkjr d sjk"V
ifr
(a) The President of India (b) Hkkjr d h la
ln
(b) The Parliament of India
(c) Hkkjr d siz
/kkuea=kh
(c) The Prime Minister of India
(d) la
?kh; fok ea=kh
(d) The Union Finance Minister

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199. Under the Constitution of India, which one of 199. Hkkjrh; la
fo/kku d sva
rxZ
r fuEufyf[kr es
alsd kS
u&lk
the following is not a fundamental duty ? ewy d rZO; ughagS\
(a) To vote in public elections
(a) y ks
d pqukoksaesaernku d juk
(b) To develop the scientific temper
(b) oS
K kfud izofr fod flr d juk
(c) To safeguard public property
(c) lkoZ
t fud laifk d h lqj{kk d juk
(d) To abide by the Constitution and respect
(d) la
fo/kku d s izfr fu"Bkoku jguk vkSj ml d s
its ideals
vkn'kksZad k lEeku d juk

200. What was the reason for Mahatma Gandhi to 200. [ks
M+k d sfd lkuksad si{k esaegkRek xk/kh d slR;kxzg
organize a satygraha on behalf of the peasants la?kfVr d jusd k D;k d kj.k Fkk \
of Kheda ?
1. vd ky iM+
usd sckct wn iz'kklu usHkw& jkt Lr
1. The Administration did not suspend the land
d h mxkgh LFkfxr ughad h FkhA
revenue collection in spite of a drought.
2. iz
'kklu d k ;g izLrko Fkk fd xqt jkr esaLFkkbZ
2. The Administration proposed to introduce
Permanent Settlement in Gujarat.
cankscLr y kxwd j fn;k t k,A

Which of the statements given above is/are mi;qZ esalsd kSu&lk@d kSu&lsd Fku lgh gS@ gSa\
correct ? (a) d s
oy 1 (b) d s
oy 2
(a) 1 only (b) 2 only (c) 1 vkS
j 2 nksuksa (d) u rks1 vkSj u gh 2
(c) Both 1 and 2 (d) Neither 1 nor 2

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AIIMS
MOCK TEST PAPER

A nswers
PART-A
1. (c) 2. (b) 3. (d) 4. (c) 5. (a)
6. (b) 7. (c) 8. (b) 9. (c) 10. (b)
11. (c) 12. (a) 13. (d) 14. (c) 15. (c)
16. (a) 17. (c) 18. (b) 19. (b) 20. (a)
21. (c) 22. (d) 23. (d) 24. (b) 25. (a)
26. (b) 27. (b) 28. (c) 29. (b) 30. (b)
31. (c) 32. (b) 33. (c) 34. (d) 35. (b)
36. (a) 37. (b) 38. (c) 39. (c) 40. (b)
41. (c) 42. (c) 43. (b) 44. (b) 45. (c)
46. (c) 47. (d) 48. (d) 49. (a) 50. (a)
51. (a) 52. (d) 53. (d) 54. (d) 55. (b)
56. (d) 57. (d) 58. (c) 59. (d) 60. (a)

PART-B
61. (a) 62. (c) 63. (c) 64. (b) 65. (b)
66. (b) 67. (b) 68. (d) 69. (d) 70. (b)
71. (d) 72. (b) 73. (c) 74. (a) 75. (b)
76. (a) 77. (a) 78. (d) 79. (b) 80. (c)
81. (d) 82. (d) 83. (b) 84. (c) 85. (b)
86. (a) 87. (b) 88. (d) 89. (b) 80. (a)
91. (a) 92. (b) 93. (b) 94. (c) 95. (d)
96. (d) 97. (d) 98. (c) 99. (a) 100. (d)
101. (a) 102. (b) 103. (a) 104. (d) 105. (b)
106. (d) 107. (d) 108. (d) 109. (b) 100. (a)
111. (c) 112. (c) 113. (c) 114. (a) 115. (a)
116. (c) 117. (b) 118. (a) 119. (a) 120. (b)
PART-C
121. (d) 122. (c) 123. (b) 124. (b) 125. (b) 126. (c) 127. (d)
128. (b) 129. (c) 130. (d) 131. (c) 132. (d) 133. (b) 134 (a)
135. (a) 136. (c) 137. (a) 138. (b) 139. (d) 140. (c) 141. (d)
142. (a) 143. (d) 144. (d) 145. (b) 146. (a) 147. (a) 148. (b)
149. (b) 150. (a) 151. (d) 152. (b) 153. (a) 154. (d) 155. (c)
156. (a) 157. (b) 158. (d) 159. (a) 160. (a) 161. (a) 162. (c)
163. (a) 164. (a) 165. (a) 166. (c) 167. (a) 168. (a) 169. (a)
170. (c) 171. (a) 172. (c) 173. (b) 174. (a) 175. (b) 176. (c)
177. (b) 178. (d) 179. (c) 180. (b)
PART-D
181 (a) 182. (d) 183. (d) 184. (d) 185. (d) 186. (b) 187. (c)
188. (d) 189. (b) 190. (a) 191. (d) 192. (d) 193. (b) 194. (c)
195. (b) 196. (c) 197. (d) 198. (b) 199. (a) 200. (a)