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   ?


   �� � �. 
 � �.
� : ,  � ��.
   �.
� :   . � ,
,  � �.
(National Commissions)
: � , , �  
� � �   � � �   , �.  �
(National Commission for Human Rights) � � � �,   � �.
� : � �    � , � � 
 . �    - 1993 � 1.    � �
� 1993, � 12 � � �  �  � �   � 
  .  �  �  �� � 2. � �   ���
�� . � � �    �� � ���� � �
� :    . � , �      
  �.     .. 3.  10 ��  �    
: 1. � � 2. �� .     �
� : � � ���  3.  �� 4. � ��  . 
� �.  ... 9908569970
� : 1. � ���  1.   �
�  � �. For All 2.  �
Competitive 2.   � � � �
2. � ���  exams
3.   � � � �
�   � �. 4.  � �  3. �   , � �
3.    �  5.   �  �   
� �  � �.     6.  � ��� 4.   � �� �.
� �  � � (National Commission for Shedule Tribe) 7.  �   ...
�. � 89 ��   2003 �    1.  � � 2. ��� 
� : ,  � �. � �   2004�  (National Commission for Women) 3.   4. � 
�  ��� �   .  �� . �� � : � ��   - 1990
5.   �
  �. � 338(A)  � �  � � ��  1992,  6.   
�  ()   . �� 31 .   . 7.  �
�  ��  � �     � : � ��  
8.  
� �     . . �  ,  , 9.    
� � �  � : � �  �  � �.     
� ��  � ,  ,   �. � �� , ��, �� �
� � ��   -1986
� ��  � �  �� � .     � , �  � � ��  
� :  ,  � � �  � �. �. �  ,  �  1988� .   .
 �   70    � : ,  ,  � � �. � :  �  , 10 
 �   .  �, ��. � � :   , �
 �.    
� :  ,  � � �. . � � , �. � �.
�. (� ,  � : : 
�) � �  ��   1. �    1. �  �   �
:  2. ��   � � 
� �   � � � � ��  . 2. �. �     ��
� �   ��  �  �. 3. � �� �� �� �  �
�   �� ��   3. ��  �  
� �  � �  1.  2. �  4.    - 1961 ,   
�  �  �  3. � � ��  4.   ��  
�   �     5. �, � �   .
� � �       �  1. �  2. � 
� � �    �.. (National Commission for Backward Clasess)  ... 3.  
1.  � � � �     - 1. � 2. �� 4. ��  
2.   � 1993 �   .   3. � �� 4. �� � 5.  � 
3.     . � �,    5. �  6. � �  6.  
4.     �   () 7. �    -   
5.  �� �. 1921� � ��          
6.   � ���    � (National Commission for Minorities) � � �    - 2005
7.  �  ��. � �  � �   -
� � �   
� � �     � ���  340 �  1992 �   1993,  17  2007� � �.   .
 �  2016,  29    ��,    .   .  � � �  ��   . 
� ���. �  �  � . -      .  � 18  � � ��
    1953� �� � �   �  � �    �.
(National Commission for Shedule cast)  1955�  . �  �   � : ,   �. �
� : � � �  2399  � �. �   � :     
 ��  .
�� . � �,    �� �  �   . � ,  , � ,    ,
  2004,  29  �.   �. �.  � �.
� � � �  � � 1978� �     �  ,    

�. � � 1980�  .  , �. � �. 1. �    � �
�  : � ��  � 3743  �  �      
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� : � � � � � �.  ���  52 � . ... 2. �   �
,  ,   �.  �.     1990�  1.  2.  ��
� �� � � �.  .  � � � 3.  4. � 3.   � �  � �
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1 θ 1 θ 3) 4–I, -2–I 4) 4+3i, -2–i
1) tan 2) cot 1) x 2 +y 2 <1 2) x 2 -y 2 <1
2 2 2 2 11. If z < 3 - 1 then z 2 + 2zcosa is 20. If è is real and z 1 , z 2 are connected
1 θ 1 θ 3) x 2 +y 2 >1 4) 2x 2 +3y 2 <1
3) - tan 4) - cot 1) less than 2 2) 3+1 by z 12 + z 22 + 2z1 z2 cosè = 0, then trian
2 2 2 2 30. If a = cisα , b = cis β ,c = cis γ and
3) 3-1 4) less than 3 - gle with vertices 0, z 1 , z 2 is
4.
(1 + i ) x - i + (1 + 2i ) y - i = 1 ⇒ ( x, y ) = (b + c )(c + a )(a + b ) = kcos  α − β 
12. If z 1 - 1 < 2, z 2 - 2 < 1, 1) Equilateral 2) Right angled  
2+ i 2-i abc  2 
 7 −7  7 7 
3) Isosceles 4) Scalane
1)  ,  2)  ,  then z 1 + z 2  β −γ   γ −α 
 3 15   3 15  21. If the roots of z 3 + iz 2 + 2i = 0 represent cos   cos   then k =
1) > 1 2) > 2  2   2 
 7 −7  7 7  the vertices of a ÄABC in the Argand
3)  ,  2)  ,  3) <2 4) <6 plane, then the area of the triangle is 1) 2 2) 2 2 3) 2 3 4) 2 4
 5 15   5 15 
( )
1/ 4
3 7 7 7
1) 2) 3)2 4) 31. The values of 1 + i 3 are
2 4 2
22.if z = 2,then locus of - 1 + 5z is a circle π
1) 21/4 cis (3k + 1) , k = 0,1, 2,3
whose centre is 6
π
1) (-1,0) 2) (1,0) 2) 21/4 cis (3k + 1) , k = 0,1, 2,3
3) (0, -1) 4) (0,0) 12
π
 2-z  ð
23. If Arg  3) 21/4 cis (6k + 1) , k = 0,1, 2,3
 = and z = x + iy, then 6
 2+ z  6
π
the locus of z is 4) 21/4 cis (6k + 1) , k = 0,1, 2,3
1) a straight line 2) a circle 12
3) a parabola 4) an ellipse 32. All the values of (-64)1/4 are
1) 2(±2±i) 2) ±2±i
24. If z + i = 3 then the locus of z is 3) 2(±1±i) 4) ±1±i
1) (x+1) +y 2 =3 2) (x+1 ) +y2<9
2 2

33. If x,+iy = (1 + i) n (n > 0) and n is an


3) x 2 + (y+1) =9 4) x 2 + (y+1 ) =3
2 2
integer then the value of
13. Let á, â be real and z be a complex 25.If z - i < 2 z - 2 then locus of z is 1) 2 n −1 2)........
5. The smallest positive integer n for
number if z 2 + az+ = 0 has two disti 1) inside the circle 3) 2 2 n + 2 3 4) 2 2 n+ 2
( )
n/ 2
which 1 + 3i is real is 16 2
- nct roots on the line Re(z) = 1 then x 2 +y 2 + x+ y+5=0 34. If α,β are the roots of x2–2x+4=0
n
1) 3 2) 0 3) 6 4) 12 it is necessary that 3 3 then for αn+β =
2) inside the circle nπ nπ
x 2 y2 1) β ∈ (1, ∞ ) 2) β ∈ (0,1) 1) 2 n +1 cos 2) 2n cos
6.If the square root of 2 + 2 + 16 2 3 2
y x 3) β ∈ (−1, 0 ) 4) β = 1 x 2 +y 2 - x- y+5=0
3 3 nπ nπ
3) 2 n −1 cos 4) 2n + 1 sin
14. If z¹0, then ∫ arg (- z )dx equals
50
1  x y  31 x y i  3)exterior of the circle inside the 3 3
 +  + is ±  + -  0
2i  y x  16  y x m 1) 50 2) not defined 16 2 16  2rð
circle x 2 +y 2 + x+ y+5=0 35. The value of ∑ r =t  sin +
then m is 3) 0 4) 50π 3 3  17
1)1 2) 2 3)3 4) 4 15. If p and x real, then 4) exterior of the circle ins ide the 2rð 
icos is
p
circle x 2 +y 2 +
16 2
x- y+5=0 17 
7. If z 1 , z 2 are two complex numbers  1+ ix 
-1x
e 2picot   = 3 3 1)1 2)i 3) - i 4) -1
z - 3z 2  ix - 1  26. If log 1 z - 2 > log 1 z then
satisfying 1 = 1 z ≠ 3 then z 2 =
3 - z1 z2 1) 1 2) p 3) e ix 4) e ipx 2 2 Answers
1) 1 2) 2 3) 3 4) 4 16. z1 and z2 be two complex numbers 1) x > 1 2) x < 1 1.4 2.1 3.4 4.1 5.3
with a and b as their principal 3) x < 2 4) x > 2 6.3 7.1 8.3 9.4 10.3
z1 + z2 z arguments, such that a+b>π, then 2 11.1 12.4 13.1 14.4 15.1
8. If = 1 then 1 is 27. If z 2 - 1 = z + 1, then z lies on
z1 - z2 z2 principal Arg(z1z2) is 16.3 17.1 18.2 19.2 20.3
1) a+b+π 2) a+b-π 1) An ellipse 21.3 22.1 23.2 24.3 25.4
1) Positive real 2) negative real 3) a+b-2π 4) a+b 26.1 27.2 28.3 29.3 30.3
2) The imaginary axis
3) Purely imaginary 4) 0 17. Two points P and Q in the Argand 3) A circle 4) The real axis 31.4 32.3 33.1 34.1 35.3
diagram represents z and 2z+3+i. If
z+2
2
P moves on a circle with centre at 28.If'z' be any complex number such
9. If z = t + 3 + i 5 - t 2 , t 2 < 5 then =
the origin and radius 4, then the that 3z - 2 + 3z + 2 = 4 then locus
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SAUBHAGYA scheme
India achieved another milestone in the
power sector with completion of electrification
in hundred percent household in 25 states by
Ross Island renamed as?
31 December 2018. So far 2.39 crore house-
holds connected under Saubhagya scheme. World Braille day observed annually on 4th
The Saubhagya project has an aim to pro- January from this year to raise awareness on
vide electricity to all households announced in the importance of Braille for approximately 1.3
2017, having aim to complete the electrifica- billion people living with some form of distance
tion process by end of 2018. or near vision impairment.
Now, only about 10.48 Lakh households are Rs.100 crore to TOPS scheme
left to be electrified in 4 States viz., Assam,
Rajasthan, Meghalaya and Chhattisgarh. Union Ministry of Sports Affairs declared
Rs.100 crore for funding the athletes under
106th Indian Science Congress the TOPS (Target Olympic Podium Scheme)
ahead of 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.
On January 3, 2019, Narendra Modi inau-
gurated ‘Indian Science Congress (ISC)- The scheme was launched in September
2014 to provide financial assistance to poten-
2019’ in Lovely Professional University
tial Olympic medal winners.
Jalandhar, Punjab.
The scheme nurtures the future sporting tal-
ent by supporting a group of athletes who are
Writer
potential medal winner in 2024 and 2028
Amara Veeraswamy Olympic Games.
PM visit of Andaman and government in 1943.
Subject Expert The Prime Minister released a commemo- 12th Global Healthcare Summit
Nicobar Islands
rative postal stamp, coin and First Day
Theme of 106th edition of ISC-2019 is President of India Ram Nath Kovind, inau-
In the two day visit of Andaman Nicobar Cover on this occasion.
‘‘Future India: Science and Technology’’ gurated the 12th Global Healthcare Summit
islands, the Prime Minister Narender Modi He announced that Ross Island, Neil
As part of the event, the Children’s Science organised by the American Association of
hoisted a 150-feet-high national flag at Port Island and Havelock Island in Andaman and
Congress also held on 4th January 2019. Physicians of Indian Origin in Mumbai on 28
Blair to mark the 75th anniversary of free- Nicobar islands will be renamed as Netaji December 2018 at Mumbai. He acknowledged
Stressing on the need for research at state- dom fighter Subhash Chandra Bose’s decla- Subhash Chandra Bose Island, Shaheed the professionalism and excellent reputation
funded universities, Prime Minister Narendra ration of the formation of the Azad Hind Dweep and Swaraj Dweep respectively. of doctors of Indian origin in the USA.
Modi added to the slogan, "Jai Jawan, Jai
The President said that the goal of ‘Health

General
Kisan, Jai Vigyan" with a "Jai Anusandhan" . itary officer and his political views have been
He urged scientists to find low-cost solutions described as nationalist and populist in nature for All’ must be integral to our programmes
for social good. and himself as an advocate of far-right poli- and policies. He noted the several initiatives of
cies. the Government of India, which he said were

Awareness
Sudhir Bhargava is new CIC Bolsonaro swept the election results with
intended to make healthcare in the country
more holistic and affordable for all citizens of
Sudhir Bhargava took oath as the chief 55.1 per cent of the votes cast, as against 44.8
the country like Ayushman Bharath.
information commissioner in the Central per cent votes of his opponent, Fernando
Information Commission (CIC) on 1 January Haddad from the left-wing Workers' Party. the high court is being temporarily housed in World Book Fair
2019. the Chief Minister’s camp office, Vijayawada.
Mr Bhargava was administered the oath of
AP High court inaugurated On 5th January 2019, 27th edition of New
Justice T.B.N. Radhakrishnan took oath as Delhi World Book Fair (NDWBF) inaugurated
office by President Ram Nath Kovind at a cer- Justice Praveen Kumar sworn in as the the first Chief Justice of the Telangana High at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. Sharjah is the
emony in Rashtrapati Bhavan. Acting chief justice of the newly carved out Court in Hyderabad. Guest of Honour of this fair.
Central Information Commission has been High Court of Andhra Pradesh. Governor ESL
constituted with effect from 12-October 2005 Narasimhan administered the oath of office to World Braille Day celebrated Theme of this Book Fair is “"Readers with
special needs". The idea behind the theme is
under the Right to Information Act, 2005. him on 1 January 2019. United Nations observed the first official to emphasise on inclusive learning which
He was working as the Information Marking a historic day in the Judiciary in World Braille Day on 4 January 2019, remem- includes audio, silent tactile and braille books
Commissioner in the CIC. Andhra Pradesh, President Ram Nath Kovind bering the birth anniversary of Louis Braille for the benefit of visually challenged children.
issued orders on December 26 2018, consti- who was the inventor of Braille script for the
New President of Brazil tuting a separate high court of Andhra
During the fair, International Disability Film
people with visual disabilities. World Braille Festival was organised for the first time where
On 1 January 2019, Jair Bolsonaro took Pradesh from January 1, 2019 with the princi- Day underscores importance of written lan- over 45 documentaries from 27 countries were
oath as the president of Brazil. The retired mil- pal seat to be located in Amaravati. Presently guage for human rights. screened.

Model Questions 3. Indian Science Congress Association 6. WHO Global Forum on Medical Devices documents for all classes of passengers?
(ISCA) owes its origin to the foresight and recently held in ……………..? 1) West Bengal 2) Odisha
1. What is another name of Saubhagya initiative of two British Chemists, namely, 1) Pune, Maharashtra 2) Kochi, Kerala 3) Andaman and Nicobar Islands
Scheme? Professor J. L. Simonsen and Professor 3) Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh 4) Chandigarh 5) Jhansi
1) Integrated Power Development P.S. MacMahon. Who is the General 4) Hyderabad, Telangana 9. Louis Braille was an educator and inventor
Scheme (IPDS) President of Indian Science Congress
5) Bhubaneswar, Odisha of a system of reading and writing for use
2) Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gram Jyoti presently?
7. Top three police stations in India for 2018 by the blind or visually impaired. He
Yojana (DDUGJY) 1) Vijay Laxmi Saxena, belongs to …?
declared by Home Minister of India on 21
3) Pradhan Mantri Sahaj Bijli Har Ghar 2) Praveer Asthana 3) Rashmi Mittal Dec 2018. They are Kalu (Bikaner, 1) Japan 2) France 3) Italy 4) USA 5) UK
Yojana (PMSBHGY) 4) Manoj Kumar Chakrabarti Rajasthan)…………… and Farakka 10. Summer Olympics 2024 to be hosted
4) UJWAL Discom Assurance Yojana 5) Prof. Premendu P.Mathur (Murshidabad, West Bengal) by……………..?
(UDAY) 4. 11th BRICS Summit to be hosted by which 1) Nettapakkam (Puducherry) 1) Rio de Janeiro 2) London 3) Beijing
5) Unnat Jeevan by Affordable LEDs and nation in 2019? 2) Guderi (Karnataka) 4) Paris 5) Athens
Appliances for All (UJALA) 1) Brazil 2) Russia 3) India 3) Chopal (Himachal Pradesh) 11. Summer Olympics 2028 to be hosted
2. The highest volume of electrification was 4) China 5) South Africa 4) Munsyari (Uttarakhand) by……………..?
done in the State of …………. with 74.4 5. IBSAMAR, a joint multi–national maritime 5) Campbell Bay (Andaman and Nicobar 1) Barcelona 2) Seoul 3) Moscow
Lakh willing households being electrified in exercise between Indian, Brazilian and Islands) 4) Los Angeles 5) Montreal
all of its 75 districts under Saubhagya South African Navies was held at Simons 8. Where is the Veer Savarkar International
Scheme Town in.............? Key
Airport that has been declared as an
1) Andhra Pradesh 2) Telengana 1) Brazil 2) Argentina 3) Chile authorized Immigration Check post for 1-3 2-5 3-4 4-1 5-4 6-3
3) MP 4) Bihar 5) Uttar Pradesh 4) South Africa 5) USA entry into/exit from India with valid travel
7-5 8-3 9-2 10-4 11-4
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CLASS VI (SET-B) 12.194. If one of them is 4.69 what the c) 50 days d) 60 days covering a distance of 594 km. How
other number is? 29. Ram, Shyam and Mohan runs at speed much diesel will be required by the
SECTION - A a) 7.6 b) 2.6 c) 9.8 d) 4.8 of 75, 50 and 30m/minute respectively. truck to cover a distance of 1650 km?
15. Rahul purchases a chair Rs.600 and After how much time will they meet a) 3000 litres b) 108 litres
MATHEMATICS uses Rs.200 for repairs. If he sell it for together for the first time running with c) 300 litres d) 165 lires
Rs.1000 then he has: the same speed? 47. Find the simple interest on Rs.5000 at
1. A student multiplied 7236 by 65 instead a) No profit no loss a) 5 hours b) 2 hours c) 3 hours d) 5/2 hours the rate of 7 1/2 for a period of 3 years.
of multiplying by 56. By how much was b) 25% loss c) 25% profit 30. Represent 26kg 5 gram using concept of a) Rs.5000 b) Rs.6125
his answer greater than the correct d) cannot be calculated decimals. c) Rs. 2000 d) Rs.1125
answer? 16. The temperature dropped 15 degree a) 26.05kg b) 26.005kg 48. The angles of a triangle are in the ratio
a) 87555 b) 65124 c) 72360 d) 65000 celsius in the last 30 days. If the rate of c) 26.5kg d) 26.0005kg of 1:2:3. Find the values of the angles.
temperaure drop remains the same, 31. At what rate, a sum of Rs.6000 will a) 30, 60, 90 b) 15, 45, 120
how many degrees will the temperature amounts to Rs.7800 in 5 years? c) 60, 60, 60 d) 45, 45, 90
2. drop in the next ten days? a) 3% b) 4% c) 5% d) 6% 49. One number exceeds another number
a) 10 degrees b) 5 degrees 32. What will be the depth of a cubical by 36. the sum of numbers is 48 then
c) 20 degrees d) 15 degrees pond whose volume is 729m3? the numbers are.
3. Find the perimeter of the following fig- 17. From a basket of mangoes when count- a) 9m b) 6m c) 8m d) 5m a) 40, 08 b) 36, 12 c) 42, 06 d) 32, 16
ure. ed in twos there was one extra, counted 33. Evaluate 50. At which one of the following times is
in threes there were two extra, counted 3x7 + 4-6 � 3-7 + 45 � 5x4 +49 the angle between the hands of a clock
in fours there were three extra, counted a) 101 b) 103 c) 99 d) 35 exactly one straight angle.
in fives there were four extra, couted in 34. In what time a train whose length is 100m a) 12 AM b) 12 PM c) 9.15AM d) 6 AM
sixes there were five extra. But counted moving with a speed of 60km/h crosses a
in sevens there were no extra. At least platform whose length is 150m? SECTION - B
a) 15cm b) 15cm2 c) 16 cm d) 25cm2 how many mangoes were there in the a) 15s b) 14s c) 18s d) 20s
4. A floor is 5m long and 4 m wide. a basket? 35. Ashu takes 12 days to complete the General Knowledge
square carpet of side 3 m is laid on the a) 119 b) 110 c) 111 d) 126 work. Pravav takes 10 days to complete 51. Out of following list of Param Vir
floor. Find the area of the floor that is 18. Which of the following two digit num- the same work. Ashu, Pranav and Chakra(PVC) Awardees who was
not carpeted. ber when added to 27 gets reversed? Ramu take 5 days to complete the same awarded with PVC during Kargil
a) 27 b) 24 c) 47 d) 70 work. How many days will Ranu take War?
19. The ratio of income to expenditure of to complete the same work? a) Lt Col Ardeshir Burzorji Tarapore
Radha is 7:5. If she saves Rs.2000 a a) 70 days b) 90 days b) 2/Lt Arun Batra c) Capt Vikram Batra
month, what is her annual income? c) 60 days d) 50 days d) Maj Somnath Sharma
a) Rs.144000 b) 60000 36. The LCM of two numbers is 28 times of 52. Which atate among the following has
a) 21m2 2) 29m2 3) 11m2 d) 21cm2 c) Rs.95000 d) Rs.84000 their HCF. The sum of their LCM and adopted Sanskrit as its one of the offi-
5. Find out the smallest number which is 20. The ratio of the length to breadth of a HCF is 1740. If one number is 240 then cial languages?
divisible by 6, 12, 18 rectangular lawn is 3:5. It costs Rs.3200 what is the other number? a) Himachal Pradesh b) Uttrakhand
a) 360 b) 180 c) 120 d) 60 to fence it at the rate of Rs.2 a meter. a) 420 b) 460 c) 500 d) 380 c) Rajasthan d) Uttra Pradesh
6. Which of the following measures of What would be the cost of developing the 37. Four clocks rings at the time interval of 53. Who is the current Vice - President of
angles given can be those of a isosceles lawn at the rate of Rs.10 per square 6s, 8s, 12s and 18s respectively. If they India?
triangle meter? ring together at 12 am then how many a) Shri Narendra Modi
a) 90,45 b) 60, 30 c) 120, 40 d) 90, 50 a) Rs.18,00,000 b) Rs.15,00,000 times will they ring together within the b) Shri Venkaiah Naidu
7. The length of a rectangle is 5 cm more c) Rs. 19,00,000 d) Rs.21,00,000 time span of 6 minutes? c) Shri Arun Jaitley
than its breadth. If the perimeter of the 21. A, B and C divide an amount amongst a) 6 times b) 4 times c) 7 times d) 5 times d) Shri Ram Nath Kovind
rectangle is 50cm than what is the area. themselves in the ratio of 4:7:9 respec- 38. What is the least multiple of 23 which 54. A medical practitioner specializing in
a) 150cm2 b) 250cm2 tively. If B's share in the amount is when divided by 18, 21 and 24 leaves children and their diseases
c) 900cm2 d) 800 cm2 Rs.2989 what is the total amount. remainders 7, 10 and 13 respectively? a) Geologist b) Paediatrician
8. 12 persons can finish a piece of work in a) Rs.9820 b) Rs.8540 a) 1240 b) 3013 c) 2364 d) 7628 c) Cardiologist d) Neurologist
15 days. In how many days will the c) Rs.2720 d) Rs.8640 39. A milkman has two cans of milk con- 55. A group of stars is called a
same work be completed by 20 per- 22. The average age of a class of 40 stu- taining 75 litres and 45 litres of milk a) Solar system b) Contellations c)
sons? dents is 18 years. When the teachers respectively. What will be the measure Planets d) Comets
a) 15 days b) 9 days c) 30 days d) 20 days age is also included to calculate the of largest vessel that can measure the 56. Which gas When solidified is common-
9. The LCM of two prime numbers is. average age becomes 19 years. What is milk of the two cans exactly? ly knows as Dry ice?
a) difference b) product the teacher's age? a) 12 litres b) 18 litres c) 15 litres d) 10 litres a) Carbon monoxide b) Nitrous oxide
c) sum d) none of the above a) 59 years b) 69 years 40. A table was purchased at Rs.1000 and c) Carbon dioxide D) Hydrogen peroxide
10. In a school of 1000 students, 330 come c) 49 years d) 39 years was sold at Rs. 800. What was gain or 57. The members of the Rajya Sabha can
by bus, 400 come walking and the 23. What is the greatest number which loss% in this transaction? have a maximum tenure of how long?
remaining are dropped by parents. when divides 3026 and 5053 leaves a) 5% b) 10% c) 20% d) 30% a) Five years b) Six years
What is the percentage of students that remainders 11 and 13 respectively? 41. The average weight of 6 boys gets c) Seven years d) Two years
do not ride the bus to school. a) 15 b) 30 c) 45 d) 60 increased by 5 kg if a boy with weight 58. P.Gopichand is associated with which
a) 67% b) 27% c) 50% d) 33% 24. Ravi purchases a chair at Rs.500 and 20kg is replaced by a new boy. What is sport?
11. A train from station A to station B cov- sold it at Rs.550. What was his gain or the weight of new boy? a) Badminton b) Cricket
ers a distance of 616km at a uniform loss percent? a) 41kg b) 50kg c) 65kg d) 49kg c) Football d) Hockey
speed of 112km/hr. It halts at station B a) 10% b) 20% c) 30% d) 40% 42. A man covers a distance of 40km. He 59. Which of the following company does
for 1 hour before starting back. How 25. A certain distance is being covered in 28 covers first 10km at 10km/h, second not sell moblies?
much time will it take to complete the hours by walking with a speed of 10km at 20km/h, third 10km at 30km/h a) Apple b) BSNL c) HP d) Sony
journy and reach back to station A (i.e. 5km/h. If the speed is increased by 2 and last 10 km at 40km/h. What is the 60. A vehicle capable of travelling over
from A to B and back). km/h then in how much time the same average speed of man? land and water is called
a) 11 hours b) 12 hours 45 minutes distance will be covered? a) 18.2km/h b) 19.2km/h a) Hovercraft b) Rovercraft
c) 12 hours d) 5 hours 30 minutes a) 30 hours b) 15 hours c) 19.0km/h d) 16.2km/h c) Mowercraft d) Car
12. A table was sold at 16% loss for c) 20 hours d) 25 hours 43. If area of rectangular garden of 5m 61. The space programme of Government
Rs.3360. Find the cost price of the 26. A piece of wire 7/8 meter long broke breadth is 300 sq.m, then what will be of India is looked after
table. into two pieces. One piece was 1/4 the length of garden? a) ISBT b) NTRO c) NABARD d) ISRO
a) Rs.4000 b) Rs.3392 meter long. How long is the other a) 60m b) 70m c) 80m d) 90m 62. The Motto of the Indian Navy is
c) Rs.3600 d) Rs.4296 piece? 44. If the square of a number is added to a) Sarvatra Sarvottama Suraksha
13. There are 17 rooms in a school, every a) 4/8m b) 5/8m c) 6/8m d) 7/8m the square of 28 the result is 1808. b) Sham No Varuna c) Valour and
room has two fans and four LED bulbs. 27. What is the missing number in the What is the number? Wisdom d) Nabha Sprsa Diptam
How many switches are required for the sequence 2, 5, 10, 14, 18, 23, 26, 32....? a) 66 b) 50 c) 32 d) 16 63. Which is the largest gland in human
school if every fan requires a switch and a) 33 b) 34 c) 36 d) 37 45. Cost of a dozen pens is Rs.180 and cost body?
one switch is required for every two 28. 30 men can do a piece of work in 16 of 8 ball pens is Rs.56. The ratio of the a) Salivary gland b) lungs
bulbs? days. In how many days 8 men can do cost of a pen to the cost of a ball pen is? c) liver d) stomach
a) 34 b) 68 c) 102 d) 17 the same work? a) 15:7 b) 180:56 c) 1:1 d) 8:15
14. The product of two decimal numbers is a) 30 days b) 40 days 46. A truck requires 108 litres of diesel for (—$VʸôÈ Á≥MʸP-ı≥-i-ÃZ)
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(Á≥MʸP--ı≥i ô˲-ΔÊˇ$–È-Δˇ$$) 82. Protect / we must / Earth rotates, or turns around, every 24 hours. the dotted ling Figure 'X' Which alter-
A B During the day, the Earth faces the Sun. Then native figure from A, B, C and D would
64. Who has written 'Sare Jahan Se natural resources / our we see light. During the night, the Earth turns you get?
Achchha? C D away from the Sun. Then it faces the darkness
a) Rabindra Nath Tagore a) ABCD b) BADC c) ACDB d) DCAB of space. Each day we learn more about the
b) Bankim Chandra Chatterjee Choose the appropriate option to fill in the Earth, the Moon, and the Sun.
c) Muhammad Iqbal blanks 96. Why is blue the color we see most when
d) Subash Chandra Bose 83. One who leads an austere life looking at Earth from outer space? 108. If SCHOOL is to EDUCATION then
65. Which is the deepest Ocean? a) Ruler b) Auditor a) Because most of the Earth is covered in BANK us to ........?
a) Indian Ocean b) Arctic Ocean c) Ascetic d) Carpenter land. b) Because the Sun’s rays make the a) ATM b) Cheque c) Loan d) Locker
c) Antarctic Ocean d) Pacific Ocean 84. A person who presents a radio/televi- Earth look blue. 109. If the given word is seen in mirror,
66. Who fixes the salaries and the allowances sion programme. c) Because most of the Earth is covered in which alternative would resemble its
of the Speaker of Lok Sabha? a) Director b) Actress water. mirror image?
a) Council of Ministers b) President c) Actor d) Anchor d) Because clouds wrap around the Earth.
c) Parliment d) Judge of Supreme Court 85. Pick the gender of 'Lad' 97. What does 'formed' mean?
67. Which article of constitution provides a) Lass b) Queen c) Woman d) Dame a) Hit b) Made c) Broke d) Stopped
Indian citizen 'Right To Equality'? 86. Choose the gender of 'Fox' 98. What causes daylight on Earth?
a) Article 12 b) Article 13 a) Filly b) Goose c) Witch d) Vixen a) The full Moon causes daylight 110. Choose the alternative that resembles
c) Article 17 d) Article 14 87. ................. always stood third in her b) Daylight is caused bu the Earth facing the water image of the given alpha-
68. 1024 Kilobytes is equal to? class(supply the correct pronoun) away from the Sun numeric serices below:
a) 8 Bits b) 12 Megabyte a) You b) They c) He d) She c) The heat of the Sun's rays causes day-
c) 1 Gigabyte d) 1 Byte 88. All the candidates should bring light
69. Hirakund dam id built on the river? ................ own pen(supply the correct d) Daylight is caused by the Earth gacing
a) Cauvery b) Mahanadi pronoun) toward the Sun
c) Krishna d) Sutlej a) Everyone b) They c) Nobody d) Their 99. Which of the following sentences BEST 111. Choose the word is least like the other
70. Deficiency of lodine causes? 89. Experience is the ................ describes the Sun? words in the group.
a) Goitre b) Malaria c) Cataract d) Scurvy teacher(supply the correct adjective) a) The Sun looks small because it is so far a) Earth b) Sun c) Mercury d) Jupiter
71. Who is Known as 'Iron man of India'? a) Bettet b) Good c) Best d) Great fromm Earth 112. Which figure among the four alterna-
a) Jawaharlal Nehru b) Mahatma Gandhi 90. .............. a beautiful scene it is !(pick up b) The Sun is a ball of burning gases that tives A, B, C and D would replace the
c) Sardar Patel d) Subhas Chandra Bose the correct adverb) gives the Earth heat and light question mark in figure X?
72. Which among of the following is not an a) What b) How c) Always d) Never c) The Sun is a small star
Indian sport? 91. Did you apply ................. this d) The Sun is not as hot as it looks
a) Kabbadi b) Kho-Kho post?(supply the correct preposition) 100. Why did the astronauts bring rocks
c) Hockey d) Rugby a) To b) At c) For d) Of back from the Moon?
73. Those who study things that were made 92. You should take care ............ your a) Because they didn't know if they would
and used in the past these people are health(supply the correct preposition) return to the Moon ever again 113. If all directions are rotated clockwise
called ............ a) Of b) In c) At d) To b) Because they wanted to prove that they by 90° angle i.e. North is changed to
a) Niologist b) Archaeologists 93. He is rich ............ he is not happy(sup- went to the Moon West, East to North and to on, then
c) Geologist d) Doctor ply the correct conjunction) c) Because they wanted to remembar how what will come in place of North West?
74. What is the ratio of width of the length a) Yet b) Thoung c) Because d) But the Moon loooked a) South - West b) North - East
of National Flag of India? 94. Work Hard ............ you will fail(Supply d) Because they wanted to study them and c) South - East d) East - West
a) 4:5 b) 2:3 the correct conjunction) learn more about the Moon. 114. Choose the word which can be formed
c) 1:1 d) 5:6 a) Or b) Still c) Because d) Either from the given word:
75. Where is Wagah-Border located? 95. The child .......... for two hours( select PAPER-II INFRASTRUCTURE
a) Longewala, Rajasthan b) Moreh, the correct form of verb) a) Rupure b) Sculpture
Manipur c) Rann of Kutch, Gujarat a) Has been sleeping Intelligence Test c) Fracture d) Vulture
d) Amritsar, Punjab b) have been sleeping c) has slept 101. If you see problem figure in the mir- 115. If you see the problem figure id the
d) Will sleep ror, Which figure out of the four figures mirror along the dotted line, which fig-
SECTION -C Read the following passage and answer the A, B, C and D will be the mirror image ure out of the four figures A, B, C and
questions(Que .96 to 100) of figure 'X'. D will be the mirror image of figure 'X'.
Language From far out in space, Earth looks like a
(Only for those attempting English blue ball. Since water covers three-fourths of
Language) the Earth’s surface, blue is the color we see
Choose the most appropriate option given most. The continents look brown, like small
againest each question. islands floating in the huge, blue sea. White 102. Choose the word is least like the other Key 23) C 47) D 71) C 95) A
76. Which word means nearly the same as clouds wrap around the Earth like a light words in the group. 24) A 48) A 72) D 96) C
blanket. The Earth is shaped like a sphere, or a) Picture b) Poster c) Book d) Scenery 1) B
'scream'? 25) C 49) C 73) B 97) B
a ball. It is 25,000 miles around! It would take 103. Which of the folloein diagram indi- 2) A
a) find b) stop c) sell d) shout 3) B 26) B 50) D 74) B 98) D
77. Which word means nearly the same as more than a year to stroll around the whole cates the best relation between 27) B 51) D 75) D 99) B
4) C
'happy'? planet. A spaceship can fly around the widest Travelers, Train and Bus? 28) D 52) B 76) D 100) C
5) B
a) conditions b) disgusted part of the sphere in only 90 minutes. 29) D 53) B 77) C 101) C
6) C
c) content d) ambitious Even though spaceships have traveled to 7) A 30) D 54) B 78) D 102) C
Choose appropriate options to complete the Moon, people cannot visit the Moon with- 8) B 31) D 55) B 79) A 103) C
the sentences out special suits. The Moon has no air or 9) B 32) A 56) C 80) C 104) D
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Artery walls are very strong and elastic. Why?


glass tube should be equal to the size of
P. Neelakantaiah the stem.

School Assistant. 6. What have you done to know the internal


ZPHS, Kammakandriga and external features of the heart?
A. To know the internal structure of heart, we
took the goat's heart. First we washed in
Transportation- thoroughly and recorded the external featu-
The circulatory system res of the heart. After that we inserted soda
straws and observed the heart. We have
Multicellular organism need the transport observed the following features in heart.
systems to supply nutrients to their cells as well Biology(EM) i) The heart is a pear shaped structure,
as get rid of waste products. Plants transport triangle in out line, wider at the anterior
substances through xylem and phloem while end and narrower at the posterior end.
the mammalian heart makes use of blood ii) The heart is covered by two membranes
vessels. Experiments: which are called as pericardial membrane.
In lower organisms like amoeba, hydra etc., ● Observation of internal structure of the pulmonary circulation and the second is iii) The space between these two layers is
all the materials are transported through a mammalian heart systemic circulation. filled with pericardial fluid, which protects
simple processes like diffusion, osmosis etc., In ● Measuring of blood pressure ● Pulmonary circulation: It is the circulation the heart from mechanical shocks.
higher animals with trillions of cells in their ● To show root pressure between lungs and heart iv) The heart is divided into four parts by 2
body adopt the method of diffusion and ● Transportation experiment ● Systemic circulation: It is the circulation grooves.
osmosis only for the bulk movement of between heart and the body parts. v) The upper parts are called atria (auricles)
materials, would takes years. To avoid delay iii) In pulmonary circulation, the deoxyg- and the two lower ones are called
Important Questions:
the specialized "circulatory system" was enated blood is sent to lungs and there it ventricles.
developed. 1. Artery walls are very strong and elastic. gets purified and is brought back to heart.
The main transport system in human beings Why? iv) In systemic circulation the oxygenated 7. Examine the table given below and write
is the blood circulatory system. Blood, blood A. i) Arteries carry blood away from the heart blood from the heart is supplied to the body answers to the questions.
vessels and heart plays prominent role. In to the rest of the body and are doing so with parts and the deoxygenated blood from the
addition to this, there is another system called a lot of pressure. Hence the walls of arteries body is brought back to the heart.
Name Age B.P. Reading Remark
lymphatic system which also helps in the are thick to enable it to withstand the blood
Ravi 38 120/80 Normal B.P.
transport of materials in the human body. pressure. They are elastic, so that they can 4. Give reasons for the following questions.
Ramu 36 90/70 Low B.P.
Somu 40 140/110 High B.P.
The heart is roughly triangular in shape it is retain their original shape. i) Blood that flows from stomach and
Madhu 45 150/120 High B.P.
made of special muscle called cardiac muscle. ii) They do not have valves also. As the intestine will not go directly to heart but
The heart is four chambered, the upper two pressure is so intense, the blood would flows via liver. Why? a) What did you observe after analysing the
chambers of heart are called Atria, and the never flow back. A. The blood that is collected from given information?
lower two chambers of heart are called stomach and intestine does not go to heart b) What is the relation between Age and
Ventricles. The atria received blood from two 2. What is the difference between haemo- directly but reaches the liver (first) on the Blood Pressure?
main veins. And the two ventricles transport philia and blood clotting? way. It is because to prevent any wastes or c) What are the effects of high B.P. and low
blood to the entire body and the lungs with the A. i) From an injury blood flows out of the poisonous substances formed digestion, B.P.?
help of valves. The job of heart is to pump wound for a short time and then it stops. reaching the heart. If they reach the heart, d) What does the numerator and denom-
blood around our body. The wound is filled with a reddish solid they may damage the he causing death. inator represent?
The arteries, veins and capillaries are a material. It is called a blood clot. ii) Why it is necessary to know the blood A. a) Depending on the health conditions the
kind of thin pipes through which blood flows in Generally blood clots in 3-6 minutes. groups of donor and recipient before the rate of blood pressure is different in diff-
the body. Arteries are the thick walled blood ii) Due to some genetic disorder, in some blood transfusion? erent groups of people.
vessels which carry blood from the heart to all persons the blood may not coagulate and A. The person who donates the blood is b) If a person's health is normal his/her BP
the parts of the body. Veins are the thin walled flows continuously whenever there is an called a donor and the person who accepts is 120/80. It may change basing on health
blood vessels which carry blood from all the injury. It is called haemophilia. the blood is a recipient. If blood of one conditions.
parts of the body back to the heart. The heart group donor is transfused to the recipient of c) Consequences of high B.P (i) Hyper
beats circulates the blood in the human body. 3. What is the reason for double circulation in another blood group the blood cells clump irritation (ii) Anxiousness (iii) Headache
This was called "the cardiac cycle". This human beings? in the blood vessels leading to the death of (iv) Heart beats fast (v) Breaking of blood
includes an active phase systole and resting A. the recipient. vessels.
phase diastole of atria and ventricles. The So, in order to avoid it, blood groups of the Consequences of low B.P.:
whole process is completed in approximately donor and recipient should be known to (i) Weakness (ii) Profuse sweating (iii)
0.8 second. If the blood goes to heart only once check the matching before the blood Low pulse rate (iv) Sometimes the person
before it reaches all the body parts. It is called transfusion goes into coma.
single circulation, if it goes twice it is called In Blood Pressure:
double circulation. 5. How can you prove that water is trans- d) Numerator indicates - systolic pressure.
The pressure at which blood is pumped ported through the xylem? Denominator indicates- diastolic pressure.
around the body by the heart is called 'blood A. To show root pressure
pressure'. This was always expressed in the in the plants.
form of two valves called "systolic pressure" Apparatus: Potted plant,
and "diastolic pressure". The normal blood glass tube, clamp, rubber
pressure valves are 120/80. This was measured tube, tub.
by using an instrument called sphygmo- Procedure:
manometer. i) A potted plant is watered
Plants absorb soil water through roots by i) In higher animals the way through which regularly.
the process of osmosis. Water travels through the blood flows is called circulation. ii) A cut is made on the stem
xylem vessels and food material travels Human beings are the highly evolved of the potted plants 1 cm
through phloem tissues. The root pressure animals according to the evolution. above the ground level.
helps to water reaches the seldom lights biolo- ii) Double circulation found in human iii) A glass tube is connecte-
gists studied about phloem tubes with the help beings. In this type of circulation the blood d by means of a strong
of aphids. flows through the heart twice - one is rubber tube. The size of