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National Talent Search Examinatlon 2015

State Level Test-2015

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Instructions for candidates:- $fisrrdtttliu€rEt:

l. This exam is in two Parts. r. fwrfrfwrrEs61663'
2. Part-I is related to Mental Ability Test. z. rrfos'a.einafuafrorgt'o*tcgi t

3 . PartJI relates to Scholastic Aptihrde Test' It consists a. Em rar Hsrrrt fr frrs' rq *tcs it h fieb
ofnine subjects, details ofwhich are given below:- * f rB on, ffi e' +r€' t6 ffJ' i-
i) Physics iD ChemistrY i) Jts{EfdP,{6 ii) dn!fir€fiEfal'{rd

iii) Biology iv) Mathcmatics iiD frf.faP,{rd iv) alf53

v) History vi) GeographY v) firtJd'E vi) 9,il6
vii) Civics viii) Economics vii) SriilfirtrEt,G ir viii) ttfitqFE:tit

ix) Fnglish ix) fi{S

4. Esch question carries one mark. AII questions are 4. T{ffi WssE?{art tFtqtrrrgfr urt
5 9o6' fE qrs fsd nA Fo tra f#t ard tt
gyd trc t6 *{,r,{") fCs {Ed i Ffr g-d 6
5. You have been provided with a answer sheet (OMR)
for this question paper. Darken the correct option of
(OMR) with a"d/6181 fE,{rfi rtgrg i gaa€ t
each question in the answer sheet
black/blueink. o. #tnfi#tudltrl{tstirrrtl
6. Rough work may be done on the blank space 7 . ffi qrr riTd fdufeena ttalfa) xrdr&dI Fdt
provided. I

7. There is no negative marking in this question

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National Talent Search Examination- 2015, class-X
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Mental AbilitY x'5fudftdrg'
Directions (Q. 1-2) There is a number series following a frdfr ({Et r-2 ) +5 frt qrdt fC€ rrf d Efr fCd? at6
Pattern. Oneplace is leftblank. Findthe correct answer i, fqrfderffi sunrfr fsqi ud sr -arrs$ ft'3 a€

from the options. g'o fgesrr+ f Eif rdt $rs gt t

r. t,2,q,s,....?......,t2 t. t,2,4,8,.....?.....,32
l) l0 2) t2 l) l0 2) t2
3) t4 4) 16 3) t4 4') 16

2. t6,33,65,131, (?) 523 2. 16,33,65,131,(?) 523

t) 261 2) szl t\ 261 2) 521

3) 613 4) 721 3) 6t3 4) 721

3. Find the odd number 3. ar-vre'*arZrfotrt'uit

3,7 ,9,28,27 ,84,81 ,448,243 3,7,9,28,27, 84, I t, 448,243
r) 84 2) 8l l) 84 2) 8l
3) 28 4)7 3) 28 4)7
Directions (Q. 4-5) The letters given below follow a firilgr (r{E6 o4-os) t6r fd+ ft'a firEfss il iu'
definite pattern. Find out the missing Letters to rlr6:Er-dudrfu gueu'6yoazzruA
"rtrd grrsaiuaua'at t
complete the Pattern.
4. -xyx-xxy-xxx-xx
4. -xyx-xxy-xxx-xx

2) l) yxYx 2) xxxy
l) yxYx xxxy
3) 4) xyKy
3) vvw xyxy
5. gfe-2g-e22-fe2-gf-22
5. gfe-2g-e22-fe2- gf-22
l) 2f2ge 2) ezfgP
'l'1 2fZge 2) e2fg2
3) f2g2e 4) ZfgZe
3) fZg2e 4) ZfgZe
6. fui -r gq. Eb 'INVITED' O 'rpwtscn" fisfu+t'
6. In a certain code language 'INVITED' is written as
e.e', ?rgi as s'F ks'LETTERS'E ffi fufrd"{'
'LPWISCA'. How wii 'LETIERS' be written in that
code language?


7. In a certain code language "GREAT' is written as 7, ffi Assq' fEs'GREAT' 6'795 12' fisiflfl" Hterar Oi
iiss tz". tlo* will "DbwRY" be written in that code Agd'F ffi 'DowRY' 6 H ffiu'rt's'earr
1) 41523 2) 46897
t) 41523 2) 46897
3) 46597 4) 423t5
3) 46s97 4) 423t5
qrsi fe a raf ga
HE (qEF E - e ) fCii are qEd f tre t

Directions (Q. 8-9) What will come in place of

g. 3 79 r(r2
s@, tO,
302 s@7 sOs I 610
I 610 2)4
2)4 1)3
l) 3
3) 5 4)6
3)s 4)6
9. 56 27 27 s. 56 27 27
e @ar r @:o e @:e e @sr : @ro I @:o
tTgg 17 99
r) 2) l)9 2\ l0
e l0 3) ll 4) t2
3)il 4) t2 arfuig o farfr . fex E & u'B dre' i f-d fu ,,{'u} tri u'i
I0. Abhijotwalks 6km to the west then he tums to his right y-sare' t ri a fa)fr. dFe'i kd C{ wrr} ut uG.d-6 Lri
and moves Skm then he tums to his left and moves 9km f,i€rirr3 e fa,)fr ss? t,rri t'i rrG dr ya ere. i rri rz
then h.rms to right and moves l2km. Now in which fa)fr . dre'i il€ €T ry'trg dE€ e-B' fite J fuE FeF fss t
direction is he from his starting point and how far? ,,rifffiyAtA?
l) lsNE 2) 3s NE
l) 15?-!r 2\ rse-u
3) 25NW 4) 4s SE
3) 2s9-g 4) nsd-g
Directions (Q. 11-12) Read the following lnformation
carefully and answer the question given below. In a ffi (r{rr rr- r2) f#t als -€arrt O ru,,r'r * *
certain code"h€ridea has merit,t is written as "fa lu boo trg F fi t'i) aG t{Edr * 9?a feg fut ii-s ErE' fCE " he;

ma'', "merit list has been displayed" is t['rltten es ',go idea has m€rit" ii "fo fe lu boo ma", fofurrrr ilrer a,
he lu si ma", " her name displayed there,' is written is
I'merit list has been displayed'
S "go he lu si ma',,
"ya si boo zo", and "nsme in merit list" is wrltten as fi8fi{rr{rl|-e'4, "her name displayed there,, t ,,ya si boo
"ma yajho he" zo" fufior eter t lri "name in merit list" "ma ya jho
I l. What is the code forteen'? he" fsfifiFgte'0 t
l) he 2) tu ll.'been'e'*aaitir
3) go 4) si
1) he 2) lu
12. What is thecode for,in,?
3) go 4) si
l) jho 2) ma
l) jho 2) ma
3) zo 4) boo 3) zo 4) boo
13. Ifblue is called red, red is called green, grcen is called
black, and black is called white, What ii the colour of
13. +{df5'E E s fuo'*€, uw g uo. fau'a€, ua. p
argrfr!'H€ 4idrgr6fsafra,E"+ g, ur-de, edr+
l) Red 2) Black
l) sE 2) dgr
3) White 4) Green
3) fTa 4) inrr
14. Which ofthe following operationswillresult in 22?
I a. iafafiad' tfuiorFei f<tfure.a-stfr, zz tt
l6+ l2-8x l3+15 l) l6+ l2-8x l3-15
2) l6-12x8+13+15 2) l6-12x8+13+15
3) l6+12+8-l3x l5 3) l6=12+8-l3xl5
4) l6xl2=8+13-15 4) l6xl2:8+13-15
I 5 . +{d'+' e'}rJtE ,-,, ,-, g' rgge
'=, bri '+, e, H3Ea
I5 . If, + 66x115 -, -, means +, '+, means ,x' and x means +, A€
what is the value ofl25-5x10+13+29:? v' taftrte.d ys A+dr? I 25_5x I 0* I 3+28=?
t) t29 2) t) t29 2)
3) t4e
3) 149 4) 150
4) 150 16. i6 fisfr{,,F H'ktrs' tdJd mtua sEa:rfi, sg3Erf,
16. Which figure represents Rhombus, quadrilaterals,
t'@2\ 1)
(6 2)

3) f&D 4)
@o \:r/ @o
\,v 3) f&D 4)
17. Select the combination of numbers so that the letters 17. d6i g?,liliril E_|'rd| ge fHE,rr_5E di rftrdt Esd-jEfgJt
arranged accordingly will form a meaningful word regie6FrdEaHEeE;l
123456 t 2 34 5 6
t) r,3,2,6,4,5 t) 1,3,2,6,4,s
2) 4,6,s,2,3,t 2\ 4,6,s,2,3,1
3) 4,3,2,5,t,6 3) 4,3,2,5,1,6
4) 4,3,2,5,6,t 4) 4,3,2,5,6,1
18. Which of the followingwords cannot be made from the 18. fdi arB xrei4nrd'e i-6ffi{b{' Hfua='rre rfi
Letters given in question. Tf,ET? TRANSFORM
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3) TRAIN 4) RANSOM 19. fU? mer O grexrsr i a5 rrrSr'a a-a
'rri $o rre fr
19. Anange the given words in the alphabetical order and l"uergiEq-r, 3a€?'i t
choose the word thatcomes in the second place. 2)
l) Reserve Real
l) Reserve 2) Real
3) Rest 4) Repeat
3) Rest 4) Repeat
20. 2020 g ErD€ !fttrFdue' EgfTf3'iedl'?
20. Which will be thatnext leap year after 20202
t) 2026 2) 2029
t\ 2026 2) 2029 3) 2t03 4) 2024
3) 2103 4) 2024
21. BQ,R,S,T,U,VW iiFa'-d Ff, i gt{'t rd'Td gfr i
21. BQ3.S,T,U,V,W are sining around table in same E-rO fet €-as' a.drd nel td udr gr5" i Esr5 d',{.
order, for group discussion at equal distances. Their
positions are clockwise. If V sits in the North, then Ed"{'A ier rl6r.dildlA-{dV Fdl+s}a'ts'S e'
What will bethepositionof S?

l) East Z) South-East 1) !rd8 2) due-pu

3) South 4) South-West 3) ttr- 4) strs-uElr
22. Yuwaj said,"My mother is sister of Vinod's brother." 22. Ersd-f,tffi', "kd n'fiE&ei -d'el iai," kaeEr<a's
How is Vinod related toYuwaj? Efu+*srsi?

l) Brother-in-Law 2) Uncle
I ) .e-d 2) sr
3) MatemalUncle 4) Cousin
3) xq{r 4) sla"sd'
fFfAE (\86 23 -24 ) f#? aret ir'e?'fr 6' tE ',r5 F fii
Direction (Q.23&24) Read the following lnformation
and answerthe questions given belowit.
Anju is older than Manju. Gopal is older than Manju but ,ig, HE dd i, firFs liT ? d-g' t rE'frB s an i I

younger than Anju. Kapil is younger than Ramesh and " HE Ea t xEr, aRr J Efr i
anrg dig,,rf t

Manju. Manju is olderthan Ramesh. "

fd-rst Fsi +J'f?

23. Who is the oldest? l) "tE

2\ HE

I) Anju 2) Manju 3) 4fiI5 du'6 4)

3) Kapil 4) Gopal 24. inu6,,f3 d*Ei son+rr"afrrd Srai t

24. Whose age is between Gopal and Ramesh? I) HE 2) dfrrs

I Manju 2) Kapil
3) 4) adFfi
4) 'rsEr'
3) Alka Noneofthese
25. Find out the connection/relation of the glven 25. edHrdlrr{i dlfrr{t d31-difdrsHi fEg trd-€' ),|rufr FEq
rorvs/columns with each other in some way. gar'€t
Rorvs Columns Rows Columns
I '73 t2 2t 48 t 73 t2 2t 48
2 l2l l3 22 t36 2 t2t l3 22 t36
3 84 ?8 46 5t7 3 84 28 46 5t7
4 s12 87 t4l 224 4 512 8'7 t4r 224

l) Columns I&ll l) drsHlrrfiDfi n

2) Columns III & lV 2) drsHIIIr{iIV
3) Columns X&lV 3) drgHIIr,fiIV
4) Columns II & III 4)a'sxIIrrriIII
26. A tree always has 26. gutrs*Eulix d !-e't
l) Branches 2) Leaves l) zfirdx' z) fi
3) Fruits 4) Roots 3) Rs 4) a-+
27. How many 5's are there in the following number 27. fstfs,s-d fdglrrd 5 friAs.<'tEfustfuEfdg,rrd 5 J
sequence which are immediately preceded by 7 and
immediately followed by 6?
uffi 4a 7 ,{€Fs i-E ,rrj s.,}re Hs +{ 6 4{,9s, nCt
7 5594s7 645987 s67 64325678
559457 &5987 567 6432567I
l) fda 2)i
l) One 2\ Two
3) 4)
f;36 s'ir
3) Three 4) Four
frrer: qra'(28 ,,rg 29) fd3 fiJt ae f6q){+ tT+ Ea
Directions : In questions (28&29) one of the rules is
froxs.qr i F{e' t fsqxEb a Fd f<{su Ct *e ai
r r
applicable, Find out the rule and correct alternaaiye
l) Multiply the number by 3 and add 3 to the result
l) ,rraE r ruq6'a?uifeFR s i:ir
2\ Subtracttwice the number from the square 2) llt-dagd€tr+{ eqa-arHun€r
3) Multiply thenumberby 5 andsubtract3 3) ,iu'55a,.sqtE ilfii,H's ura€r
4) Add the numberto its square 4) f-Eie-a-aOrrsHs an'ai r

28. t2.20,30,42 28. 12,20,30,42

29.47,52,57,62 29.47,52,57,62
30. In thc given question symbols do not stand for their 30. qrr He idi aE ffis r,r'rr8 ryEE lrssa ryEiE da-fiudt
actual meaning but indicate some relationship. Under F-efu Ed Esq Es'frI3 a-ei ua, rfr frsq J ,rrq'fus Fd
stand the relationship and find correct altemative k*rud€-oa?r
24 +33 =99 24 + 33 =99
40 +23: lt5 40 + 23: I 15
l6 +25 =50 l6+25 = 50
64 + t3:? 64+ 13=?
t) 74 2) 28
t) 74 2\ 28
3) 58 4) t04
3) 58 4) t04
3I . Vsiting the historical monument, a tourist asked 31. fua lHra He e'trs ii AB fda q.rfi *
old is this monument?" The guide replied ',The age of ir"idrlr fu qsara f&B Ers lrdr.l A? ga, i ar,*s
monument was square number two years ago and will (ffiFd) - fuJ. fEE A 9rro €, x's utos'. fua <ao >rra fr
be cube number after two years. What is the age of trri ? r's qD,re ffi -e6fit gT q.sdr.d it gird
historical monument? 'rre,i-{
r) 343 2) 2t6 1) 343 2) 216
3) t23 4) 66 3) t23 4) 66
Directions (Q. 32-34) Some bricks ofthe ceme size have frriE :- \rr ( 32 J ld7d fde gc H U ilf,
34 ) fi#} drg
been arranged in r block in figure kept on table. AII the $rdafurr. fdlir t W e t{sdks fdmr'3 tdrc'l:Jt fdP,{'
exposed faces have been painted with colour Answer
the question given below.

32. futaf+sfiidafl. E-e u5?

32. How many bricks are there in the figure?

z) l) 40 2) 38
r) 40 38
3) 46 4) s2
3) 46 52

33. How many faces ofthese bricks kept on the table, have 33 f€? d6 f6E n6rro fu n f*5 tp-dfrrs irfu',{' (fe'rd
been painted? €EeG)iealats'faPrA?
l) 40 2) 84 l) 40 2) 84
3) 80 4) 78 3) 80 4\ 78
34. How many bricks are there whose onlY one face is
painted? 34. Hfir&l{' fffia{t ftc' us fird fr fra-s ffi qgars tax'
(feud +s ersr) 6-dr dl-sr fr Pr" i I
r) 16 2) 28

3) 24 4) 20
l) 16 2) 28

35. It was 9:35 am by Sachin's watch, which kept conect

3) 24 4) 20
time, when Abhinoor informed him that the last bus 3 5. Ffu6 d ur$ 3 HCai g, :s e' gn' fi , i fu da m D{fu-Fdt
teft the bus stop at 9:25 am Abhinoor's watch is ta'gm
5 minute fast. The frequency of the bus is every 20 EFd Ef€-s*s'idrltffi#, drbiiS s:zs

minutes. For how long must Sachin wait to catch the fr r ufsEdd ur$ s frra aid fr t qx ua zo fEz Er',re' iEi
nextbus? i r rtes g rrord drryrga- td f&5' Fgfi,.d dd-s' u-dl'?
l) l5minutes 2') l0minutes
l) ls fliu 2) loflle
3) 25 minutes 4\ 5 minutes
3) 25ft2 4) 5 flre

Directions (Q.3&37) Find the odd elternative f rr* (r{rs e- g ez ) fi fit f<{str A iE di l

36. l) 25 2) 36 36. l) 2s 2) 36

3) 49 4)& 3) 49 4) 64

37. l) CEFH 2') MOQS 37. r) CEFH 2) MoQS


fird* ({E6 38-3e) +5 H qEl+ ffi:: i fi q* e

Directions (Q. 38-39) In each ofthe following questions' rrf,d/EE€,/tEr fdo tu i ffi u* a *r"ot' tfr a gJl
there is r relationship between two Letters/Word/
*sq i ffi, arB fT{6td tFd fTasu 5i I
Numberon the leftofthe sign (::)The same relationship

exists between the two to right ofthe sign (::) of which

one is missing. Find out the missing from the
38 rr:]:: ov:r 38' PL 4
r)1)5 2\! l) 3
i ^.4
,)f 4r? 3)
s 4);
40. Gouav is fout€enth fiom the right end in a row of 40
boys. Wlat is his position from the Ieft end? 40. 40 EEfart ii dBrdi t'i ffitrd i d-r€ l4?xs"'i trdi
1) 27fi 2) 26|d

3) 25th 4) 24th
t) 27d. 2) 26<r
Direction : In questionc (41&42) problem figure is
3) 25<r 4\ 24<+
incomplete, Find correct alternstive to complete
problem figure. firefu qrzr t I rrlrl42 ) fab ExtFr' ftfed rrrgd' t I m{firarr
f#re fi'ya'rerudf frrfrHfr+Ef fccuef +cae

NNNN t234

ffi ffi
KKKK 1234 KKKK t234
43. Find the mirrolimage offiguroA 43. ffTdA ersdrs u gJfiIEi- r

1Z a+
44. Find the watcrlmagc offigurc A

XX I .,4.
Direcdon - In questions (45&46) Question figure is f rdeE: - qEt' (45rrrl 46 ) f+s r{En trs'd, g3d f BH f s+
embedded in one ofthe answer figure. Fitrd tbe correct t{i fifa t+s gfut{' nfurr t t fsr frt ftT Entr{r t, gFdf
onein which it is embedded.
45. u-Fd,fa?d
45. Question figure

Answer Figure

p wlB! ffi m

p wlBI ffi m
l2 I

46. Question Figure

46. r{FdH3-d

Answer Figure €EJdtrs-d

@p F @p F

Directions - (47{8) In each of the following questions

frefu - {rs tlZ r€t 48) }6 fist i trt
t{Edt tE! frs6 ::

there is a relationship between two figures on the left u'i t f# fEt*sc Es'frgi, *? u'lfr e lfu fds +
side ofthe sign : :, The same relationship cxists between gm frsq Ee.frrs rdg it, fuil all f<{cufCif Ffr fTdsu
the two, to the right side of sign : :, Find the correct *faait

wlEl'Ef;l ffiTH]'EFI
48. 48.

ffi tr ru 2
ffi tr :E 2

tr ru B tr l/'xl tr ffi tr tr
Directions (49-50) The figures in each of the questions
follow a series Select the figure from the given frrBs tq +r-sol ffi arB qrr ffra' d 6gt 6' l,ra -q -'et
alternatlves which would continue theseries. cA F fdlt o.d f-{Eu} kif ffr Ere I
49. 49.

Is $r fio ltt L^ ?
ls $r A(/ ltt L^ ?

A] UL Io AL t l tfL
Physics lkafstaarr
5t. Tail ofa cometpoints away from the sun due to 5I . Fd gxd3r d U-srya* J trat es g fd i fu e'a'rst r

l) Gravitational force l) Er_fsr{dF5ss

2\ Electricalforce
2) fs*ss5
3) Att.action ofcometdue to otherplanet
3) gnige'gEia1fo dur,{-{dEd
Radiation Pressure
52. Find the effective resistance berween points
AandB 52. A rdA B frEPr{l ksd.d{ttdq6fr i?

l) 7.5O 2) 10.5()
l) 7.5O 2) 10.5()
3) 12.50 4) 14.5()
53. In the given equation identifu the particle
3) 4)
53. firSn6ni-{ddHxdii
Pe+iHe-+i'C+x pe + iue --+'jc + x

l) Proton 2\ Neutron l) tic'5 2) tdC?F

3) Electron 4) Positron
3) ft*Ei-6 4) !-S"-6
54. What should be the new radius of earth in order to
reduce escape velocity to half of the present value 54. q.d-jt e,r rrrdq f<,l{rF 6fr ig. g.d-e, i *{d gE-e, .tF fufl
without changing the mass ofthe earth. E-e5 ffi ffilJ*aI @scape Vel.) fi6e' Hsd. J rifr
t) w2 2) 2R a-aEita€r
3) 3R 4) 4R r) R/2 2) 2R
55. The nature of image formed when an object is placed 3) 3R 4) 4R
between Principal focus and optical centre ofconvex
55. nJ ffi
<xg 6- FE *l-fi i 1ru Ear)rri *6-rr5d'md?d
ksd-d dnrrr{.ile. t s' gn-e. qfu fr EH Eiar I
l) Virtual, diminished
2) Real, Magnified
l) ',fs'
3) Virtual, Magnified 2\ arrs,ry.aqEk€.
4) Real, Diminished 3) ,rlE'rfr, ,,lrd1-d let ebt
4) rmr,fis'
56. A person is running along a circular track of area 56. fud iEr{SAs.d.d d-d A ds 3 firr e'tga-ss
625ffi' @:22n) with a constant speed. Find the 625rrm' (n:2217) i, 93 fsa rry arS a's *s fa-o t t *
displacem€nt in l5 seconds if he has to complete the
$a ga. t'a-a :o frftis kv 5a' a-re' i s' t s ifiis fdg
race in 30 sec.
fti6r fuEsnra, (displacement) Srrraiant
l) 200m 2\ l fi)m l) 200m 2) l00m
3) 25rn 4) 50m 3) 25m 4) 50m
57. Aparticle of mass M in a circle of radius R moves with 57. M gf, <'6 fE{ EEg R;rdqfutFFen+ +{d Ffod fft
a constant speed u. The work done when it completes
arS v as rlrx a-fr i fEa Yd. dild -d5 gi eEg
r <t' f&5r
onecircle is
r)$'2nR z)luv' 3)YxrrR a)zero
r)$,2,n z)luv' 3)Y,rR 4)il?
Two forces act on the either side of the rigid body of 58. sdEe k=-d d Er t il ufr ufr rs ra*d
negligible mass suspended by string as shown in '
d' fra
',rEE =xg
gi i
ssrdFi dr} us, r i{d$ry e' ffia n
figure. IfR is the resultant force then the tension (T) in
string will be
tsi'dfrf ?16,(T)d-edfrt

32 Eytt R gwt

gwt R

50 gwt

l) 26gwt 2\ 4l gwt
l) 26 gwt 2) 4l gwt 3) 82gwt 4) 16 gwt
3) 82 gwt 4) l6gwt 5 9. gs{i f*EE-d-sr i frua.rgt era.asffi HfaT3r i?
59. Magnetism in a magnet is mainlydue to I) futa-e.5ier,{rdfoe
1) Orbitalmotionofelectron
2)'u'ue1 ge gT r}{11-6-dr$d.r5
2') The spin motion
3) frffiaoe-a-*
3) The nuclearcharge
4) fu!ffiru-e-s.
4) Nucleus density
60. Drtr e' gJ fur' tr-trJ' r,ru i #Ffl d a{E ffi E rgg€'
60. The part of eye which changes in focal length of eye
l) Iris 2) Comea I) 'rrrffdg 2) d'r-r61,{t
3) Pupil 4) Ciliary Muscles 3) !rJ6 4) fiffifrli8
5l . An anchored boat is rocked by waves whose crests are 61. fgd q-d im ffi sTdTi €,ryrdr ns.€t f,Et i 9r st-ar e.
l00mapart and whose velocity is 25mls. Howoften do gE"E I 00 )i-.d i 3 +dr 25 )fredrit&r t t 9u $eE ld-6
the crestreach in boat. r*daffi=?u_d-*ant
l) 0.35sec. 2) 4sec. 1) 0.35fri&r 2') 4tfiiE
3) 75 sec. 4') 2500 sec. 3)
Tsit&r 2soolfriE 4)
62. The atmospheric pressure at the surface of earth is
62. erqfrs*eEr,rro-a-SAfgifliz5'uCart
l) lo'N/m'1 2) l0N/m'
l) lol.{/m'! 2') Iotr{/m'?
3) l0N/m' 4) l0'\/m'
3) 10'N/m' 4) l0N/m'
63. 9E iM dE-d e. ?t' eB furg' fu irsfr +gdfds ug fud
63. The electric device which works on the phenomenon e'ra fex f=-o fr*g} u'a' ffiES A'a gi rar ai sg i
of force on a current carrying conductor in magnetic fugi&xa-tre'tt
field is
l) Generator 2') Accelerator l) Tsied 2\ 'tdfrsi.d
3) Motor 4) Transformer 3) iled 4\ alrEira}ftr
Chemistry ax'fscfisidrr{E
64. Which ofthe following witl show Tyndalleffect: b4.ir6listr{ryrie€'rarr<yErrerr5e.ereU'Aie.e't?
l) Milk+H,O 2) Salt+H,O l) Erq+EO 2) E€+H,O
3) CUSO. +H,O 4) Alcohol+ H,O 3) CUSO.+H,O 4) xs*us+HzO
65. Which of following equilibrium shifts in backward 65. Aa fufo,rn fd€' ffi Hdr{'ft eE€ u'gs i fr-_rrd
direction by applying high pressure? 1,2 afsilfu,Er (backward direction) d.I'i'rreri r

a) \O.(O a) N,O.(g) + 2NO,(g)

+ 2NO,(g)
b) H, (g)+ct, (g) + 2HCr(g)
b) H.(g)+Cl,(g) + 2 HCI(g)
c) PCl,(g)+Cl,(g1 + PCI,G)
c) PCl,(g)+[1.1g; + PCI,G)

d) N, (g)+ 3 H, (g) + 2NH,(g)

d) N. (g) + 3 H, (g) + 2NH,(g)

r) A 2)B 3)C 4) D
r) A 2)B 3)C 4) D

66. Non-metals react with oxygen to form........... or 66. r{l"-st ryEfrtrrr 6.8 fdfdirr ildi ................f,'...........
........ oxides i,{-axfssE9ea{,u5r
l) Acidic,Neutral 2) Acidic, Baiic r) ierfr,fufli{ 2) ffi,u.d
3) Basic, Neutral 4) Basic, Acidic 3) c.A,fufliu 4),ffi
67. Which sample at STP has same number of molecules 67. i6 ffi rr{. f€' ffi }ur fdE STP i ked NO,( g) i 5
as 5LofNO, (g) has at STP EdrEd'l{ei (mol ecul e) ii a-a r

l) 59 ofH, (g) l) 5 d^I+IUEt3-trdiiFe

2) SLofmethane (g)
2) 5 fued)fie-5,*Fi
3) 5 moles ofO, (g)
3) 5 i'8ry.dfifrd AFi
4) 5 x 10" molecules ofCO, (g)
4) 5x I0" }llEidEr6ilfui{rf,Er63'&Fe
68. Arrange the gases present in air in increasing orderof
boilingpoints. u<'ffi *_+E fu U B16r i gsrg e-di n <ri ar
1) N,<Ar<O, 2) Ar< N, < O,

3) O,<AI<N, 4)
l) N,<Ar<O, 2) Ar<N,<O,
3) O,<Ar<N, 4) N,<O,<Ar
69. How many electrons are present in 0.1 moles of
69. 0. l tr5 [PO.]' }}r.b6 Et fd-i fEta-.anr fi ur r
lPO.l'' ions.
l) 50x6.023 10" 2) 1) 50x6.023 10" 2\ 5x6.023x l0r!
3) 1x6.023 x t0
r 4) 3x6.023x10D
3) 1x6.023x 10'?r 4) 3x6.023x10r!
70. ,}red fiit fffs (!rEEeB) rrer€ ird, *E bo NaoH
70. Estem are sweet-smelling substances. These when
treated with NaoH then:
(i) formation ofalcoholand sodium salt (D 4{EnJshri f$,{r{E}faEdert I

(ii)formation ofcarboxylic acid and water (ii) duRi{arftkd}r0{Er,fiu..tEEi irst

(iii) thisreaction is known as sponification (i i i) fEFffd,,{r E EHkiFs dfri u5 I

l. (i) and (ii) are wrong l) (D,rtli (ii) drg-srdt

2. (ii) and(iii) are wrong 2) (ii)xf;i (iii) dr5sudt
3. only (ii) is wrong 3) +s5(ii) drFri I

4. only (iii) is wrong. . 4) iiEs(iii)dr5rit

71. Arrange Li, C, B and Be
order oftheir atomic radii.
according to increasing 7t. Li, C, B xi Be 6 fu i rnr.c arEqi <qe aH d1;Erir
l. B<Be<Li<C 2. C<B<Be<Li l) B<Be<Li<C 2) C<B<Be<Li
3. Be<C<B<Li 4. B<C<BecLi 3) Be<C<B<Li 4) B<C<Be<Li

Which of following salt when dissolved in distilled 72. i6 fisfu,,{'fdd tcas'E;e *u amfes urEt ks rnfur'fr
waterwill give pH less than 7 Hle. i 3' Wrrslt5fr pH Hsdr 7 J u,r-cEd i I

l) Na, SO. 2) CH,COONa l) SO.

Na, 2\ CH,COONa
3) (NH.),SO4 4) NaCl 3) (NH.),SO. 4) NaCl
73. Match the following: 73. a-affirrn etf,rsrs'a-s:
i) Ant Sting A. Oxalic acid
l) 6n*er3-dr A. ,rft'lFfud4{l{5
ii) Tomato B. Latic acid
iD a{ra B. taborrors
iii) Tamarind C. Methanoic acid
iiD fE{d C. rffi'foa'ro{s
iv) SourMilk(Curd) Tanaric acid
l) (D-c,(iD-A,(iii)-B,(iv)-D
iv) sfri{rfz'gq D. zrd}fdd,}o{E
l) (D-C,(iD-A,(iii)-B,(iv)-D
2) (D-c,(iD-A,(iiD-D,(iv)-B
2) (i)-C, (ii)-A; (iii)-D, (iv)-B
3) (i)-A, (ii)-c, (iii)-D, (iv)-B
3) (i)-A, (ii)-C, (iii)-D, (iv)-B
4) (i)-A, (ii)-c, (iii)-B, (iv)-D 4) (i)-A, (ii)-c, (iii)-B, (iv)-D
74. Which of following statements are conect about ct
74. ir€-deit:r g Scattering qila rts frtas o ()rGtgf) di s'i
(atpha) particle scaft ering experirhent.
t6 fi sfi {,r{' ffi ktrs'/ffi iefE ur,
(i) most of the fast moving o particles passed
shaight through gold foil. (i) fnrf-s-rd c-a-s Ft i rrsa fsd' frt d
(ii) some ofo- particles were deflected by the foil by
tursEus r

small angles. (ii) {s o-6raeZ-Et&a i lrgfi us r

(iii) Surprisingty one out of every l0 particles (ur) AErd.rfl-F{ a I{ ud l0 aa iCt edt tsa a-a <'ux
appeared to rebound. y*e'it
1) (i) and (iii) arc conect
l) (i)',rii (iii) ssf{ud
2) (i) and (ii) are correct
2\ (i)
',{3 (ii) ss&{Td
3) (i), (ii) and (iii) are correct
4) only (ii) is conect
3) (i), (iD',ri (iii) ss6td15'

75. Match ihe following correctly:

4) +sE(ii)is&du5'
I. Washing Soda (w) Hygroscopic Substance. 75. taffi*rrtgtf,

II. Sulphuric Acid (x) have water of I. dlli iE <rrr trJr (w) urfudBffifr.r{ uerds
Crystallization IL FsB
(x) @*s
III. Suspension (y) Coagulation takes place on l. ffia(Suspension) (! qa u._€-e i r.e.oe ? a-a
additionofsalt. ffii's'iust
IV Colloid (z) Particles settle down on IV.AsrB (z) uarae i a-a 8-s i-airn
standing afoeit'tFaattrst
l) I (w) II (x) III (y) IV(z) I) r (w) II (x) III (y) IV(z)
2) I (x) II (w) III (z) IV (y) 2) I (x) II (w)III (z) IV(y)

3) I (z) II (y) III (x) IV (w) 3) I (z) II (y) III (x) IV (w)

4) I (x) rr (z) rlr (w) IV (y)

4\ III(w) Iv(y)
I (x) II (z)

76. In an open vessel, the liquidkeeps on evaporating. The 76. fEd y*Eds5fsssds eteErfrrdsi rrq'itsasia-a
pafiicles of tiquid absorb energy Aom surrounding to ,,,frB:-E'{'e J gf,f,' F&rg u6 3' i €'Etltd- 5 ii ed-6 iEl
qu- ,,{rt-
regain the energy lost during evaporation. This $ee' 3re.u' aws a,a rd-a I der s' fu{ g fir
absorption of energy from the surrounding make the e,r,t * . (i) drd{ Tile'}l(ii) 6.r- gJe'il(iii)
surroundings .......... (i) Hot ( ii) cold (iii) No change in i
sruHrsf€sa6 uff<d-sd,6-frilg ! (:v) fEr sd6 E-srv
temperature of surrounding (iv) It depends upon the

natureofliquid. ifrrgua-6-e'ir
Out of (i), (ii), (iii), (iv) which is correct to fill the (i),(ii),(iii),(iv)fe?u'dv tdktrr'ntffiataust
above I) a€E (D *d t I
l) only (i) is correct 2) (i)rr.i(ii)6t{it
2) (i) and (ii) are correct 3) Aes(ii)edtl
3) (ii)isconect 4') s'iatalr
4) Allarecorrect .

Biotogy frcftfcnra

77. Which one ofthe following statements is nottue about 77. +6ffi4q-a'f€'fuas'ases-dfs5ifu3E tE-d FS
Darwin ir
l) Rapid Multiplication 1) +frdr5a-e<,gT<rq,
2) Struggle for Existence D tf,gi
- drr€ s6 fura'
3) Environmentaleffect
4) Origin ofnew species 3) <rJ'irgsrtt{ml
78. The endproduct ofrespiration in plants are 4) 54"{if,Et"{iErEEEr
l) CO,, H,O and energy 78. tfearr EbEr{ ffr,,r, e, rkss'ue'ds6ietnu't r

2\ Starchandoxygen t) a-c*s-adarareta,uElhrlgd-d'
3) Sugarand Oxygen
2) n-z'-re,riara*a-s
4) H:oandenergy
79. which one of the following is known as energy 3) E-drd(tolr34fla*fd
currency ofa q udarigd-r.
l) A.T.P zs. i6ffi{r{,p-if fa-o-s, ilu p1 yea.6g f,r€t {r #re
2) A.D.P ir
3) Pyruvate
4) Glucose 1) E a tfr 2) E'' tfr'
80. F,particles oroxysome are present in- 3) u'f{d+i 4) UEaR
l) Endoplasrnic reticulum 39. p,E€:f,i>rrrdfrBxfds..............utmia'a't
2\ Chloroplast l) 4tnrsrr!fr rr5 Z) ilBa15rye
3) Mitochondria 3) t{reEdEa"rr 4) ffidrfu{'<r
4') Golgicomplex
8l' DNAreplication (+uatirs)liuidi ' -" Hsiidtt
81. DNAreplication maintytakes place in
t) G, Phase 2) G, Phase l) G, r+fr D G,+fr
3) S Phase 4) MPhase 3) S+f, q M+f,
82. Out of the following which hormone regulates
carbohydrates protein ind fat meabolism in th-e body 32. i6 ffirr{r ten fur5' o'-d*.sFfd f+E-ililoU*.'s, qar
so as to provide the best balance for ,rd wam A a'u ft;'a Hdry' (Metabolism) g ffirs
t ) Insutin 2) Thyroxin are'i3'fdFd-de'edH'fr-grafdE<'q'i'Hli
3) Oestogen 4) Adrenaline l) frT_g'frd 2\ effid
3) ,},rar6 4) ,ffi5

83. In human beings, Ifthe egg is not fertilized, it lives for 83. ILdu' ffi , i,,?A e. ffi'ss r iE g Eo rrrsD fui fsa,
about fr<safrie'tt
1) One day 2) Three days l) ' firatg6- 2) f€-6,f€?'
3) Five days 4) Eightdays 3) frfrfud 4) ,lfdfgs
84. The cell wall offungi is made oftough complex sugar 84. gdAtrFf#t fdEdE iirn5E d&s d rdid t t
l) Cellulose 2) Chitin
1) @n 2') a'fiefa

3) Pectin 4) Lignin
3) tdtu6 4') ffi6?t
85. idr' )id fd6i, ids*rd ilS t r
85. Lungfishis connecting link between
l) Fishesandarthropods
l) )idrrdrrl-dqtis' 2) tr;fr'rfiat6lkJ'
2) Fishes andannelids
3) )i6r{i*Er{ 4) }id}f;i*fB*xi'
86. fitrd td =#eHi fu {Efr Curye' f€EEi Fd-d f* fu d-d
3) Fishes and molluscs

4) Fishesandamphibians
86. The virus causing Japanese encephalitis or brain fever
l) {d-t6'fr-dTrg'r{rd' 2) riraid-ars
will enterthe body through 3) ]}63' 4) irsr
l) SexualOrgans 2) Mosquito bite S7. Er=ti6irl{rsdrdfuE ............
3) Lungs 4) Air l) +a;d"s3rtar";*
87. The direction oflmpulse in a typical neuron is from Z) fiqEdJ+5.d.6+
l) Dendrontoaxon 2) Axon to Dendron 3) +dr.aSaErdd6
3) Axontonucleus 4) Axon to medullary sheath 4) ,ftdE.5JlE|EdmudB
88. Ahuman female withTumer's syndrome. 88 >i-rsfrEE-zda-dffi+A+dr gri€ie
l) Has oneadditionalX chromosome l) firdeEr x Ere-Frsd i+dr
2\ Has 45 chromosome with XO 2) 4s ur€Irsd-a+ xo idrg
3) Exhibits male Character 3) yariEregaxff
4) Is able to produce chil&en with normal husband 4) xu-ea1arrsu?'te.ilarf,di r

89. The correct pathway ofblood in circulatory system is 89. sg e. s-u ds{d ffr }rd rrs.....
l) Auricles + + Arteries + Veins
Ventricles rt ry.fcr*+ €r&*r*+ qlr€itryr+ frd-€r
2) Ventricles-+ Auricles + Veins + futeries 2) +efiaFfi + rr{rd1-igfl +fudr€t+q}ratDrr
3) Ventricles + Veins + Arteries + Auricles 3) +eff,Ff, + Fdr<t -) q11atlt{r'+,r{rAt.'-fi
4) Veins + Ventricles + Aut'icles + Arteries 4) fFdg+ +efr{Ffi+ Ifrfr{gfi+ or$r,r'
90. In living organisms, an active immune system recruits 90. g-g1gi fut fEd fu,rffis afuuexa t{s"d tg.Fe-r @,{'
many cells to the affected tissue to kill offthe disease ' Et Uri grAT + -dlr€",{i p H.ea U8? r_il!, E+ frg Ey'
causing microbes. This recruitment process is called-
f€ i a?fts'irgs* ........... afriurr
l) Syphilis 2\ Inflammation
t) r'68fur 2) F-fiFi{u.
3) Encephalitis 4) SARS
3) au.ettafree'€r 4) ErdF(SARS)

Mathematics filF E
91. If a,b,c be the first, second and the last term ofan 9 fa*rirdElfara rit (AP) e' ufuu',
1. *d-a a,b ry} c p'r€
A.P, then the sum of this A.P aifutrueile,E fuFAPer*s<s
l) is I ) (3-c}lb+c-?O ir
2(b-a) 2(b-a)

2\ is (a+c) (b+c+2a) 2) UI

3) is 3) (a+c) (b+c-2a) tt

4) Cannot be determined unless some more 4) rffi€rc ri s'? gsi-dE-ss.tffi *-clt trs'
information is given about the AP a-arfrierfrir
For what value of k, (a-k) xr+(2k+4)x+(8k+ l)=0 is a 92. k + i{E L{r se
mfi{d-€ (4-k) x'+(2k+4)x+(8k+ I )<)
perfect square? fiffyea'<o-ar-€afir
l) 0 2)3 1)0 2)3
3) 0,3 both 4) -3,3 both 3) 0,3? 4) -3,3E-ei'64
93. If one of the zeros of the cubic polynomial 93. irdfsd-ur-S8lMsxr+ax'+bx+c, dfifufrco - t ilE g'
xl+ax':+bxlc is - l, then product ofthe other two zeroes i
qr(it itHi fucai er Orarel' i-€m t
1) b-a+l 2) b-a-l
l) b-a+l 2) b-a-l
3) a-b+l 4) a-b-l
3) a-b+ I 4) a-b-l
94. For how many values ofn (where n is an integer), the
94. n i fS'L{Tt'sd (fifi n ffr fr=ucr frfom il, featra
expression 8(n'-3n'+5) isaninteger: 8(nr-3 n'+ 5 ) e' fis tra r.rrra f fuar' i r

2n-l 2n-l

l) 8 2)4 l)8 2)4

3) ll 4) 28 3) ll 4) 28
95. In the given figure ABCD is a rectangle and all 95. tdi fiE?dHs ag6p fird,lf,fE i ari xt x'u i?rffi
measurements are in centimeters. Find the area of the fiis ua. fEFffi E grdf B"-dTe-tgaEtug.dt I

D G-3-c D c-&-C

l) 240cm'
w" 2) 205 cm'
l) 2401)ff
2) 205i)ff
3) 105 cm' 4') 95 cm'
3) lostrtr 4) 95i)tr
96. Iftan'Hl-e') then sec$+tan'$ gosecs is equal to 96. +{d tan'?o< l-e) ie 3i sec++tanr$ cosecQ g' lig
l) (2+e')"' 2) (2-"')'''
1) (2+e)" 2) (2-.')'''
3) (1-"')'o 4) (l+e')'"
3) (l-e')- 4) (l+e)m
97. Ifa,b,cd,eare five consecutive odd numbers then their
97. *az a,b,cd,e, Ar€.d tfi fr fiffi ilc st gT5' e.
average is
)iqx.6diF9 il.+dF?
l) s(a+4) 2) 3!9Ce
5 l) 5 (a+4) 'r ','5 abcde

3) 5(a+!+g+d+s) 3) a+4 3) 5( a+b+c+d+e) 3) a+4

A number when divided by 342 gives a remainder 47. 98. fia*f,furttE:342 i+tsi 4z Erd Esg't n€. €tr ffir,{'
When the same number is divided by 19, what would i
p r r €tau' r? si fr e'srd d E+n'?
be the remainder?
l)9 2)8
l)e 2)8 3) 18 4) ll
3) l8 4) l1
99. A sphere and a cube have the same surface area. Find
99. fud d* rri fra urd d ErF Ffl s q'sil€E sd'rd t r A'$ t
out the ratio ofthe volume of the sphere to that of the
cube. l) 6:n z) Jo:G
l) 6: n zl..F,G 3)..f n : r ) 6:..[r
3) $:n +) 6:.fn t00. ABCD ffisddri, frre'fr{de yrfuirkstr
100. ABCD is a square whose vertex A lies on the origin. if,d fEEe i
f<rd€ AC )rq E-g n ffiH ,itd G,lz,l)
The Coordinates ofthe mid-point ofthe diagonal AC i-a, g' p e'lrs rrs'de +{d silar ABCD e' t'Jd-68 20
are ( plZ,l). Find the value of P the area of square <f,drfs{dr
ABCD is20 sq unis.
l) t6 2) t20
r) t6 2J +2O 3) tl0 4) +36
3) + r.0 4) t36 l0l. r t ff1fu z. rp (se 0 fan nd xrfl-a-ea 3x' + 2x +
l0l. The set of values of k for which the roots of the (K- I )K=0 i ro ttuc-o ft'd gi i gref$ni A-c
equation 3x'+ 2x + (K- I )K:O are ofopposite sign is
r) (0,r) 2) t0,rl
l) (0,1)i 2) t0,lli
3) (-l,l) 3) Gl,O)
3) (-l,l)i 3) (-1,0)t
102. Thevalueof+u6*@l--$ i* toz. +.r6+{ze-2.,16 e'frir
r) e..F 2)e l) e..F 2)9
3) 9+.F 4) e-.F 3) e+!6 4) e-.F
103. 103.

In above figure, X is a point in the interior ofsquare $ud fuJ drB ft-rd ftra ft-g x <ddr ABCD e *qr8
ABCD. AXYZ is also a square. lf DY=3cm, AZ=2 s.drfet EfustrAxYz Sfifasrart r*a-aDy=3 EH,
cm then length ofBY is AZ=2Hxi-egrBYdffit:
l) 5cm 2\ 6cm l) 5EH 2) 6HH
3) 7cm 4) 8cm
3) 7EH 4) 8EH
lM. If every side of a triangle is increased 3/2 times of its
original length, then the percentage increase in the tM. +d-dffi k-a-fr A di-d 3rr. 6 fi sr$ 5s CE rm e, I 2 4e- 3

areaofthe triangle is eq'fds'r'+3'ffi isrerkeufg,{.sq'VfuIIst,

t) 125% 2) t50Yo l) l25o/o 2) tso%
3) 300% 4\ sDyo 3) 300yo 4) 50%

105. Ifone angle ofa rhombus is 60", th€n the ratio ofthe 105. fraa tra arEprErfl e' fida Ao 60" .+ s'ffi f-c-d-€r
lengths ofits diagonals is dffiryte.>
t) .f6:1 2) 2:l t) .f6:t 2) 2:l
! 2:3 a) r[:l 3) 2:3 a)
r06. In a right angle hiangle, the sides of the right angle 106. EFa E {dE ts-*Jfr A,flr m{AE re -'ga <'6r,fr g-f,.€. d
are of lengths 16 cm and 8 cm, Then the side of the
largest square that can be inscribed in the triangle is
ffi ro mr ari a xx i
i r €x e? di erdr, ifa fuE
kffi arrrgdE-€.fE!rt'ilrf,ert,Agrf, rddu'dil€afr r
1) f.. 2) S.f cm r)f+' 2) 8\6EH

3) S$cm 4) 8cm r) 816rr 4) SHlr

107. lf a, b, c, d are the sides of a right angle triangle, t07. a,b,c ffi xn-aHedr{' grfl,r<' ud, f#tfu ffiee'
where c is the hypolenuse, then the rddius 'r'of the
a-ra i fer fu** ky fr fo aE'ffi drd (incircle) €r
incircle of this riangle is rrreqfgrrFF'r' ++dF:
t) r= a+D+c I r= a-!+c
a' l) r= a+b+c 2) r: a-b+c

3) r= a+b-c
2 4) r= a-b-c
^. r=
-. t=
4) a-b-c
108. Aperson wrote l5 numbers on acircle. Each number 108. tra f<,rffS ifdddra€Ei rs fifrrrrr+ fufi,,{t d}d
was the arithmetic mean ofits trvo neighbours. Ifone
*fifi{. Dflr€t dpilret fifory.e' r,lard ry} frr6d fifur{')
of these numbers was 6, then the sum of all the
er rrd drf53-d HdH.d' i r*a-u fru#. isif ftk frforyr 6
numbers written on the circle is
E * fu, t-, B,O,t* affix{r rrfr,,{' fifr{r,{r€i'er i'-J
1) 120 2) 189 U:

3) r00 4) 90 l) 120 2) t89

3) 100 4\ e0
AAB 109.

In above figure, diagonals of a cyclic quadrilateral fd? arB fue-d
ffi #

Tgi:d-r ABCD e f<f,f,r fr E p

ABCD intersect at point P. Area oftriangle APB is 24 fri a-# ur aenu e' +Jd-6F 24 E)t' A i-{d r AB=8 FH,
cnf. IfAB=8 cm and CD=5 cm, calculate the area of CD=s EH ie s' aDPc e' +sr€s i+dr r

l) 20mt' 2\ L2F|'f
l) 20 cm' 2) 12 cm'
:) rfcm 4) 9.5 cm'
3) e+EH' 4) 9.sHf
ll0. Two dice are tossed. The probability that the total lr0. E tttfrtr (dice) Effiu'fapx.r qsuFrE nfCaargf,
score is a prime number is

-' 6 2) +
2) #
3) 12 4) 7/9 3) tD 4) 7/9

Ilistory fskd'F
lll. The Act of Union between England and _ l1l. ffia'ltri . +g&lra'+fen6-$iEtrd#e
resulted in the formation of the United Kingdom of rt'-
the Great Britain. Es €' x
dE e' drda' i fE

I ) Northem Ireland 2) Wales 1) ffi}{ffis 2) eEn

3) Scotland 4) Jersey 3) n-d.a&r 4) f,-dfr

,Eard -€F€.,
112. Who ledthe Scholar's Revolt ? 112. fr er rrEr *efr ?

l) PhanBoi Chau l) +dEit€y

2) Phan Chu Trinh 2) +dEf sfa-fr
3) The officialatthe imperial court 3 ; elrr?t<fuare-*#a d E!flfrfd+rs*de
4) The people ofMekong Delta 4) iEFdrBEc'
113. The PoonaPact was signedbetween & I I 3. U-s' t-*zfasfesq.oifuryr r

I ) Mahatma Gandhi MofilalNehru

I ) r€E-d6's6fu - H u'safag
2) Mahatma Gandhi Lord Irwin
2) H?r3lrard- Erf,Jkdk5
3) Mahatrna Gandhi B.R.Ambedkar
3) )fJrgHrdrfr - fr.rrrrd.)fiigdi,
4) Mahatma Gandhi Mount batten
4) }IJrsHrdFm- Hrga*.5
ll4. The oldest Japanese book Diamond Sutra was
printed in II 4. u66FsSUarE1fuJ.s.3rEffJEsdilean?
r) AD686 2) AD868 1) 686fr: 2) 868 6:
3) AD668 4) AD866 3) 668 fr: 4) 8666:
ll5. How many years did it take to form Republic of I15. fuDrgr,rx aradrf, 3 rserd. d6REeE'nfu8-finB
Vietnam? Frg.fiu"Ea?6r fur{r?
1) 30 2) 2e l) 30 2) 29
3) l9 4) 2s 3) 19 4) 2s

I 16. Considerthe following events of 1919A.D. I 16. l9l9 f: e'tarurz6Ei*dxe'rdei-

a. RowlattAct a. ira#*a
b. HunterReport b. t--dfa[-de
c. Jallianwala Bagh Massacre c. fur1rggrqrg1grgrq,r
d. Retum ofKrighthood by Rabindranath Tagore a. aftgsrqtdaprtrd arfEz:rJrerdJ6e.ur a-rs'
Their correct sequence is.
feT6i u?6r€n erEil 41{i-
1) a,b,c,d . 2) a,cd,b l) a,b,cd 2) a,c,d,b
3) b,a,c,d 4) c,a,b,d 3) b,a,c,d 4) c,a,b,d

l7. Wratwas the aim oftemperance movement? II 7.,fi-f,H'fr# e'Lfu?erfl m?

1) Decreaseunemployment 1) a-E;-dr'-figutz'gd'
2) Introduce Rent control 2) rrd.s'A tdrsd arrag'aga-as'
3) To stop criminal activities 3) ),,nrdrqr elrr{' ure6r€' gtrsxa-es.
4) To reduce the consumption ofalcoholic drinks
4) Efrt'uerdsi e isd 6urc _+s'

I 18. Which French artist prepared a series of four prints I t8. fag €j".mfi as.a.u t ,,flfa r,fr €r-d il5rf€}rxf fe3.
visualizing his dream of a world made up of ,{qri g'ffia-o xi rx'k* ara&gd
drsuf6.d frr{E
'Democratic and Social Republics'?
1) Frederic Sonieu
1) elsFd-dE fug
2) Andreas Rebmann
2) ,,iEfdr{E isy.5
3) Karl KasparFritz
:1 <fee*
4) Giuseppe Mazzini
4) fe-eftfinfird
I19. By the l8th century, Which of the following
commodities were produced on large plantations in
I19. 18+ E=rrrd dq A-6 furfidi eF-Jrrr f<€'fdrs'
America by slave labour and exported to other gJusdErs"{'AHe-e-Aare,,il{a1ari+}Erdr.srks
countries? i Frf, fr rtri o-d #, ksf*-dqs fis. F fil{' fr ?
l) Grains such as wheat and barley l) ',f6'fr
ftr+ d-s{ 3 fr
2) Tropical fruits such as bananas and oranges. 2) $re a-Avoesffi at iffi
3) Animal products such as wool and beef. 3) ttg gsu'e-{Hfr tr} nie'H'E
4) Cash crops such as sugarand cotton 4) ffiScFl'fuC#iau-d
120. By which treaty Clive secured the Diwani ofBengal, 120. fuEffia-#a6'fs€* €ar.s, fod.d3 g-ix dffi
BiharandOrissa? 68-dfotrrsdfo,{'m?
1) Treaty ofPlassey 1) rl5rmdfrfr
2) Treaty ofAllahabad 2) fssE E-eafrd
3) Treaty ofBeogal 3) t-dr.selffi
4) Treaty ofBaskar 4) EdFddfid
t2t. Who is the authorofJane Eyre? tzt. "idx{'fird'fdEtfutfifr?
l) JaneAusten 2\ Charlotte Bronte l) +Fh{'Efud 2) Ed&rEH
3) WilliamHogarta 4) Samuel Richardson 3) ffir,o{idrds 4) htgsfd-d-d-drd


122. Which of the following is correct about the Konkan 122. i{d fu i-e.6 s+ furs. drd Fd i ?

1) ffi3d.4riaetfi-e.6
l) Stretches from Mumbai to Goa.
2) errsJ*rrr'#e'fre.s
2) Stretches from Daman to Goa.

3) Stretches from Goa to Mangalore. 3) in,{'itffid3?eti-e6

4) Stretches from Mangalore to Kanya Kumari. 4) frdr*d" iifd,,lt gx.d dae.frer2i
t23. Ravi, Jehlum and Chonab are the distributaries of 123. U.d, kdsg r,fi fud.s fa.E efdr{r dt}r{i Fdrfgd 5-€trxr
which river? irSt
l) Ganga 2) Brahamputra
l) dEr 4 W _nEd
3) lndus 4) Godavari.
3)ffiq 4\ ffi
124. Which state of India has more percentage of area
under forest ? 124. t ffi a'*fbfu i-srt$r3raqs' fE {.e't?
I) Haryana 2') Punjab l) Ufaafie' 2) tf,'E
3) WestBengal 4) Tripura. 3) rrg frtdT's 4\ {1-d.
[25. Which one of the following is not a part of SAARC I 25. isfsfrfi{. f<E.fars's'a-a irr#i?
(SouthAsian Association for Regional Cooperation)
1) gE:I 2) tu.s
1) India 2) Nepal
3) BanglaDesh 4) China
3) gdr6reB sts 4)
I 26. +EEudEss-SfuEFft?4{
126. In which category does the Kailash mountain range -qdi?
fall in ? 1) ESrAUirE=r 2) eFg'irrftIE:r
1) BlockMountain 2) Folded Mountain 3) lfqsdrdrrdrs 4) arefurauovs
3) DomeMountain 4) RelictMountain I 27. fu{iffi-€E-sFtr3ter gir?rri I

127. What is the other name of Mangroves?

1) trdsiE6.Etr$
I ) Mountainous Vegetation
2) !lF{S6.Rrs
2) DryVegetation
3) frfiIrssaffrr$
3) MonsoonalVegetation
4) LittoralVegetation.
4 ) H_l?€-fr fudreerefr sdFrr$

128. Sindriis famous for - 128, trrsfi tuEEd qkqi-

1) Fertilizer Industry 11 q'e'ffiar
2) Paper Industy 2) drdrfigedft,r
3) Silklndustry 3) fuFdffi-dr
4) Cement Industry 4) mfike@dr
129. Which soil is formed differently from the other three I 29. fus fiidt e'fa-ax-e 8E1 drn €6 fridtlrrt i drd'fe'
soils? U!'
l) Bhabar 2) Bangar
1) sEir 2\ Etard
3) Regur 4) Kladar
3) idrd 4\ Utrir
130. Parkland, Steppes, Pampas, Campos and Veld are
kept inwhich ofthe following categories? 130. rro-*Fs', Eaf-fi,, arifr,rri eEJtfdr F fe-s
l) Mountains 2) Plateaus

3) Deserts 4) Grasslands
1) lkIE=I 2) trdE
l3l. Which ofthe following fact is correct for straightline 3) H'lrqg al urqiirer
drawn between Arunachal Pradesh and Rann of l3l. nf_d6Es{Sia-ery-e#ega frrst drd ffritir{'d
1) 3293 2)
Kilometers 2933 Krlometers
1) 3293 fut!fl-ed z) 2933 fTBln-ed
3) 2393 Kilometers 4) 2923 Kilometers
3) 2393 faBln-ed 4) 2923 fuBln-ed
132. Which region normally experiences the
convectional type ofrainfall ? I 32. IHre <dqr,t{rH+d3ffi t-sdf+ u'6 ilet }?
l) Equatorial Region 1) g-}{-q Erarfr t-Jd
2) North Polar Region 2) mu:d=e'+sd
3) South Polar Region 3) gtrd qlrge'rgd
4) Glacia0ed Region 4) 8f,.6t5'tsd

CNICS EriilfirqgtrEifiI
133. How many duties are registered in 51" arricle 133. s-d-$ fri<qr5 ftiS az ET Eq g)rfd,51 +,,fda€ fefu
Indian Consritution by42'amendment? 6ffi{r+fdg-"==;di#?
r)r0 z) 6 r)ro 2) 6
3) t2 4\ lt 3) 12 4) tl
134. The Prcsident cannot proclaim General Emergency 134. araud Qt da Feaa'uts ursrs Uifug Ff aa rd11
without directivefrom...................... nUs?mfutr*ffirqnraa-d=rie'r
I . The Attomey General I . rl-erddrs-ds?

2. TheCabinet. 2. )igdkrgi
3. The ChiefJustice ofsupreme Court. 3. roefrre'rsilfqt'fi;:
4. The ChiefElection Commissioner. 4. Lfuteidf,{FfdJ
135. Provision ofPresident's Emergency powers is taken 135.6rp246frfanHa"drul6EAEt{iAftr-e1S,ft.Ee6t
from the constihrtion of
frt<q-sJ sii adt i r

l) SouthAfrica 2) Ireland l) drc1,,6-i;1a., 2) ry,ffiJ

3) Germany 4) Australia
3) rofd 4) r{,8 -}fur,r,
136. Who decides whether a particular Bill is Money Bill t 36. fuo?rg.dZaee,tfafuJtdffEtf{EqqsE6?
or an Ordinary one.

l) President
l' drFedlrs
2) The Finance Minister 2 H3)id
3) The Speaker oflok Sabha 3' &f,Fs'e'E "n- d

4) The Prime Minister. 4 t{q.rfrgfr

137. Match the following: l37 flrsrs'a?:

A West Bengal l. United Democratic party A riafi t-dr'g L gdfefa ir{qF.d

B Uttar Pradcsh 2. MuslimLeague B fJdt{eE 2. 'r"a
C Meghalaya 3. Rashhiya tok Dal C )tqrfurr{r 3. d'FafrBnsr
D Kerala 4. ForwardBlock D iias' 4. gr{€itErE5r

r) A-rI,B-r,c-rvD-rrr l. A-II,B-I,C-ryD-IIr
2) A-tV,B-rrr,c-t, D-tl 2. A.IYB-III,C-I,D-II
3) A.I, B-III, C.IV. D-II 3. A-1, B-nr, c-IY D-rr
4) A-rrl, B-tI, C-I, D-IV 4, A-III, B-II, C-I, D-IV
138. Amendment Act of 2003 limits the size of the 138. 2003 d iiq,rr_68-d drfi f+ frJ& udE + tH. *
ministry to...................... fifi{rrf'

1) l5% ofthe tength ofthe legislativeAssembly. l. a-skq.dFs'iquffroi rsz" s?affi r

2) l6% ofthe length ofthe legislativeAssembly. 2. aqfuq-6Fs'iasffre. i ror #affi r

3) l77o ofrhe length ofrhe legislat ive Assembly. 3. a-afuq.srs.iasftq+irzz s?affi r

4) l8% ofthe length ofthe legislativeAssembly. 4. a-sfeq"dFs'iBrfrEd.i 18% iadffi I

139. Which statement is True :- 139. a-5fi5frfr{'HfaoE arsrrfrt:-
l) Union list has 47 subjecrs, Srate lisr has 97 l) fiurEIS f+s 47 t<i,, d'irE$ Es e7 fu}i mrsrd
subjects, concurrent listhas 66 subjects Sr$f*oe Huat
2) Union tist has 66 subjects state list has 47 2) frurE-d ft? 66 Ei,a'a5d fr +z fei i Flr<d-S
Subjects, concurrent list has 97 subjects Sdfet su fuiust
3) Union list has 97 subjects, State list has66 3) frurfd Hs 97' fufra'+g$ ft? ee Hi Frsd-$
subjects and concurrent list has 47 subjects. U-dftb +z Huat
4) Union lisr has 47 subjects, srate list has 66 +) frurgd frb +z fu*,d';IErdH66 f<ii Flre"-S
subjects and concurrent listhas 97 subjects. lrd & sz f<irSt
140. Wlo cannot participate in the electoral process of 140. gu-arH-z-dtfS A +J qMa,lr H*e fuq'a-fi t ra-e.
VicePresident? t-
l) Electedmembers oflok Sabha. 1. BagJ.elr&?tffg-d
2) Electedmembers ofRajya Sabha
2. aqrg'EuEdifrru
3) Electedmembers ofl.egislafiveAssembly.
4) Nominated members of Lok sabha & Rajya 3' drfrfsq6Fe-<iag8aeft8-d
Sabha 4. &d.Fe'ridr-fiFsrisrrrefrg-d
14l rhere are members elected forParliament from l4r. c'o*re c'tr r{'' qr=s .-.........ffgagErdo-s.r
rr+r' &anlr'g8ir+r,sfui
Punjab. " nq -
l)) 13 2) 14 1) 13 2\ t4
3) lo 4) 15 3) 10 4) ls
, 142. Nahrralised Citizenship cannotbe acquired by 142. d-f,ks5.'altd{s' ....,.dEtil-fr{'Igffa'rrdt
1) Longstay 2) adoption l) d-srfdEtE 2) de*J'
3) Jus - Sanguinis 4) Conquest 3) a-6-sfisq 4) frsrywa-a j


143. Whatis marginal propensity to save (M.PS.) 143. mH'-rtrss-{HdO-SA?

., aY
t) AC ?\ as
-, ,\4)L
^/AC .l,., 4_L
,, AY
.., ,, AC
*, F AY AC
AS 3) AS 4) A\-

144. Workers in the .............. sector do not produce 144. . ....... t-s-d fd-il Hr-€-d ed + dfu{ €Hg er gsurss
physicalgoods. 6-fi e'?
1) Primary Sector 2) Sector
Secondary l) Llesrt-s-d 2) +c-+sd
3) Tertiary Sector 4\ Final Sector 3) *fl't-sd 4)

145. To grow more than one crop on apiece ofland during 145. ffiE 5E?glfr+tra?-fiiiffif,fua.grqr-d.c,E
ayearisknownas:- ftrdt ..............aftiius r

1) Kharif Crop 2) Multiple Cropping

I ) u-+sRns 2) sE_t-S
3) Rabi Crop 4) GoodCrop. 3) dg1 Bn*. 4) ffiq31
146. Who is the chairman ofthe Planning Commission. 146. d..frd,_afxE-5e,W.s*efie,il
l) N.S.S.O 2) Chief-Mrnister l) N.S.S.O Z) Lfu_l6
3) President 4) PrimeMinister 3) dq-37rr31 4) qqr5)is61
147. Factors of Production and their Price is given
l4Z. OsuE.JiE usrrrJeird,i)fg.fu,EtlalEUr:_
I. wages
Land ----- I g!fr - Htgd
II. Capital--- Rent II. gil - a?rE
III. Labour ---- Interest III.H;IE|a - fut{-fi
IY Entrepreneur --- Profit IV gelfr - uEr
Whichmatchingis wrong.
I) I,II,IV 2) II,III,ry I) I,II,ry 4 II,III,N
3) r,il,rrr 4\ rr,nr,ry 3) I,II,In 4) II,Ir,rv
148. From the fotlowing groups which has all the 148. td E8' ar-dll f<if idTS dtgu tdg Fr&,r{i ,r{rdfo{
economic-activities 3pilf4frr6n5z
l) Production, Consumption, Social Service, l) gsu's5, gT-dr, EHrfii-€', tg
2) C-Ju's6' g'{ndr' e5' €ee-d'
2) producrion, Consumprion, Exchange,
Distriburion 3) rsu.e5, sjaar,sz.e-o.,xx.sie'
3)Production,Consumption,Exchange,social 4)guidr,=-ce-d',<J,ElrET*€r
4) Consumption, Exchange, Distribution, Social
149. On the basis ofownership, rypes ofeconomyare:- t+9. x'rfrrrrs i,rrq.d i arae kEEq. dt,lli-ftE-ffrr{i fa.EHr

1) Capitalistic, Socialistic, Developed-Economy. ar5:-

2) Developed-Economy. l) =u-fi<'e, EH'€'eT iHrs-'rrask<Fs'

Socialistic, Mixed,

3) Capitalistic, Socialistic, Mixed-Economy. 2) mfrir<rg, firrfrg-,rGq t<<,Isr, i€4fF3 tlrds

4) Mixed, Developed, Developing-Emnomy. keEs'
3 ) y#€8, Err.fl-<-e, frrsff,s-rroafs<Fs.

4) fi{Etds-rrrds ts<Es', fisdfos rrrcs f<sxsr,


150. tn lndia who directly controls the "Monetary l50 s'43 f+ fufr{ ffi E ft't id i *a ffisfa-J tffi5l
Policy"? d-E A?

I ) India
Finance Department of I) srdsFda'-derfr?-ksrdr
2) Reserve Bankoflndia 2) erf$fffii<+a
3) Srate Bank oflndia 3) Fa?e",r{-6ffii{.
4) Prime Ministerof India 4) {qrfrrfr

ENGLISH scientists in history. Together with her husband,
Pierre, she discovered radiurn, and element widely
151-155. Read the comPrehension plssrge end answer
used for heating cancer, and studied uranium and
the following questioBs :
other radioactive subslances. Piene and Marie's
At this stage ofcivilization, when many nations are amicable collaboration later helped to unlock the
brought in to close and vital contact for good and secrets ofthe atom.
evil, it is essential, as never before, that their goss
Marie was born in 1867 in Warsaw, Polan4 where
ignorance ofone another should be diminishe( that
her father was a professor of Physics. At an early age,
they should begin to understand a little of one
she displayed a brilliant mind andblithe personality.
another's historical experience and rcsulting
Her great exuberance for leaming prompted her to
mentality. lt is the fault ofthe English to expect the
continue with her shrdies after high school. She
people of other countries to react as they do, to
became disgruntled, however, when she leamed that
political and intemational situations. Our genuine
the university in Warsaw was closed to women.
goodwill and good intentions are often brought to
Determined to receive a higher education, she
nothing, because we expect other people to be like
defiantly left Poland and in 1891 entered the
us. This would be corrected ifwe knew the history
Sorbonne, a French university, where she eamed her
not necessarily in detail but in broad outlines, of the
master's degtee and doctorate inPhysics.
social and political conditions which have given to
each nation its present character'
Marie was forhrnate to have shrdied at the Sorbonne
with some ofthe greatest scientists ofher day, one of
l5l. According to the author 'Menta.lity' of a nation is whom was Pierre Curie. Marie and Pierre were
mainlyproductofits...... mamed in 1895 and spent many productive years
l. Present character working together in the physics laboratory. A short
2. IntemationalPosition time after they discovered radium, Piene was killed
3. Politics by a horse-drawn wagon in 1906. Marie was shurned
4. Hislory by this horrible misfortune and endured
hiartbreaking anguish. Despondently she recalled
152. The character ofa nation is the result ofits . ' their close retationship and the joy tbat they had
l. Gross ignorance shared in scientific research. The fact that she had
2. Cultural heritage two young daughters to raise by herself greatly
3. Socio-Political conditions increased her distress.
4. mentality Curie's feeling of desolation finally began to fade
when she was asked to succeed her husband as a
153. The need for a greater understanding beween
Physics Professor at the Sorbonne. She was the first
woman to be given a Professorship at the world-
l. is more todaY than ever before
famous university. In lgll she received the Nobel
2. was alwaYs there Prize in Chemistry for isolating radium. Although
3. is no longer there Marie Curie eventually suffered a fatal illness ftom
4. will alwaysbe there her long exposure to radium, she never became
Englishmen like others to react to political situations
disillusioned about her work. Regardless of the
I 54.
consequences, she had dedicated herself to science
and to revealing the mysteries ofthephysical wo d'
l. others
156. The Curies' collaboration helped to
2. us
unlock the secrets ofthe atom.
3. themselves l. friendly 2. competitive
4. each other 3. courteous
- 4. industrious
1 55 . According to the author his countrymen should' '
157. Marie had a bright mind and a-personal ity'
1. read the story ofother nations l. strong 2. lighthearted
2. not react to other actions 3. humorous 4, strange
3 . have a better understanding ofother nations
158. When she leamed that she could not attend the
4. have vital contacts with other nations universiry in Warsaw, she felt
l. hopeless 2. annoyed
15G162. Read the compr''ehenrion prssage and answer 3. depressed 4. worricd
the fotlowing questlons : -'
Marie Curie was one of the most accomplished

159. Marie _ by leaving Poland and baveling to 165. Which of the following exprasses the best meaning
France to enter the Sorbonne. of the wor!'compacted'?
1. challenged authority 2. showed intelligence l. Garbage is bumed before it is thrown in a hole
3. trhaved 4. was distressed 2. Garbage is put in trucks before it is throwrr in a
r 60. she remembered theirjoy together. hole
l. Dejectedly 2. Worried 3. Garbage is crushed before it is thrown in a hole
3. Tearfully 4. Happily 4. Garbage is put in a can before it is thrown in a
16l. Her _ began to fade when she retumed to the hole
Sorbonne to succeed her husband. 166. What expresses the main idea in the second
l. misforhrne 2. anger paragraph?
3. wretchedness 4. disappointnent l. Land fills tale upa lotofspace
162. Euen though she became fatally ill from working 2. Composting is good for th€ soil but it can be hard
with radium, Marie Curie was never to do
1. houbled 2.
worried 3. The process of composting is very complicated
3. disappointed 4. disturbed andscientific
4. There is lot ofplastic garbage in landfills
163-167. Read the comprchension passage and answer 167. Which conclusion could be best supported with text
the following questlons : from the passage?
Waste management are a set ofactivities that include l. Each method ofwaste management has its draw
collection, transportation, treatment and disposal of back
waste malerial. There are four methods ofmanaging 2. Recycling is without a doubt the best way to
waste. The first one is Recycling which mJani handlewaste
hrrning waste into new material buttome argue that 3 . Incineration is the best r,vay to process waste
collecting, processing and converting waji" us"s 4. All large cities should create massive compost
mor€ energy than land filling. The second method piles
Land. filling is compacting garbage and buming it in
a hole. Large levers are placed in the bottoim of
landfills to avoid toxic garbage juice to go into 168-169. The following sir sentences come from a
ground water but these levers always don,t- work. paragraph. The first and the last sentences are given.
Composting, the third method is piting up oforganic Choose the order in which the four sentences (pfoRS)
matter and decomposing it to make the ioil rich but should appearto complete the paragreph.
plastic_garbage makes it hard to compost on a large t68. S I : In 1945, America faced two powerfiJ enemies
scale. The last method lncinerate waste can be doie in the world war.
either b_y creating or harvesting a fuel and buming it 52:
or by buming the waste directly. Unfortunatlly 53:
burning garbage pol lutes the air.
I 63 . What is the main purpose behind the autho/s writing
this? 54:
I . To convince the readers to recycle and compost
2. To persuade readers that recycling is a waste of 56 : This was the weapon that ended the second
resources World War.
3. To compare and contrast recycling and P: America found conventional weapons
land insufficient to crush them.
4. To inform readers of methods of waste Q:These were Germany and Japan who posed
management shong opposition to America.
164. WlryComposting R : The result of this was the production of the atom
is notfeasible on a large scale ?
l. People wouldn,t want to touch all of tlrat gross
rotting food S : The govemment ordered the scientists to conduct
research and produce a new deadly weapon.
2. Itwouldsmell too bad in densely populated cities
The proper sequence should be
3 . It would attract rodents that would spread disease
4. Plastic would get into the compost and tum it into
a pollutant 3. PQRS 4. PQSR

169. S I : We are what our thoughts have made us. 173. The role ofZoo is to preserve ------- animals.
52: l. extinct 2. common
53: 3. rare 4. dead
33: 174. The manner in which bombs exploded in five trains
54: within a short span of time suggests that itwas part of
a ----------.
S6: If good impressions prevail, the character l. game 2. villainy
becomes good, ifbad it becomes bad. 3. conspiracy 4. sabotage
175. The non-cooperative attihrde of the members can
only ---the image of the society.
P: And so take care ofwhat you think
l. improve 2. degade
Q : Every man's charactet is determined by the sum
total of these imprcssions. 3. defame 4. spoil
R: Every work we do, every thought that we think, 176. The volcanic --------- was cause ofgreat devastation.
leaves an impression on the mind-stuff. l. outburst 2. eruption
S: Thought lives, they travel far. 3. erosion 4. movement
The proper sequence should be 177. ------------ Eye-wibness, the news reporter gave a
I. SPRQ 2. RQSP graphic description ofhow fire broke out.

3. PRSQ 4. RQPS I. Reporting 2. Observing

3. Seeing 4. Quoting
178. Diseases are ----- through coniact with infected
170-171. The following questions have the second
sentence missing. Choose the appropriate sentence
from the given options to complete it l. hansmitted 2. transported
170. Asmoke oozedup between theplanks. 3. transfened 4. hansplanted
179. The Prime Minister--------- the states that the
unrevised policy was not meant to infringe upon
C Everyone now knew there was fire in board.
their rights.
l. assured 2. declared
l. People stayed wherever they were to enjoy the
3. attributed 4. suggested
2. Flames broke outhere and there.
180. He ----- friends has comeback.

3 . People were ready to go for sky diving.

L andhis 2.
4. Itwas a mesmerizing site.
3. orhis 4.
181-182. Choose the approprirte phrasal verb to
171. A- When a satellite is launched, the rocket begins by
going slowly upwards through the air.
complete the sentences.
181. Has the advertising agency-------- the new
promotional material Yet?
C However the higher it goes, the less air itmeets.
l. droppedoff 2. droPPedin
I . As a result there is less iiiction.
3. droppedout 4. droPPedbY
2. Consequently, the rocket does not become too
182. We have decided to billboartls and use
more double-page spreads instead.
3 . As result the atmosphere become thinner'
l. backoff 2. comedownwith
4. As the rocket goes higher, it travels faster.
3. Cutbackon 4. droP off

172 -180. Choose the word which best fills the blank
183-184. In the foltowing passrge there lre some
from tbe four options given below.
numbered blanks. Fill in the blanks by selecting the
most appropriate word for each blrnks.from the given
172, The terrorists were arrested for their ------ activitics options.
l. subsewient 2. subordinate
3. subsidiary 4. subversive Jamshedji Tata is ---- 183---
to be the path-finder
of modern industrial builders. He is known as the

gandfather ofthe Indian industry forhis acumsn and 193. Once in blue moon we meet each other
enthusiasm. Nobody else could have ---- 184-- of 1. frequently
the new industries started by Jamshedji at that time
2. Hardly ever
when industrial ---
185 ---and revolution was yet
3. verv seldom indeed
to come to India. Jamshedji's father Nasarvanji Tata
used to tr-ade in jute with China and Britain_ Ue 4. inthe lightofa blue moon
started---- 186--- from India. Jamshedji started a 194. The officer took him to task.
cloth mill inNagpurmore than hundred years ago. At
thar time almost all the ----- 187---- used to
1. pqmotedhim 2. rebukedhim

come from Lancashire in England. Whar Jamshedj i -

3. dismissedhim 4. praisedhim
188--- was praiseworthy. 195. Whydoyouwish to tread on thetoes?
l. to give offence to them

183. l. reward 2. agreed

2. to follow them gnrdging

3. empowered 4. Considercd 3. to tr€at them indifferently

184. 1. absolved 2. thought 4. tobe kicked by them

3. ventured 4. set
185. l. imports 2. acts 195-197. Choose the correct antonvms for the
underlined words.
3. machinery 4. awakening
186. l. expod 2. industries
3. import 196. Iwant topglEgg my studies.
4. trade
187. l. goods 2. Imports
l.prolong 2.
3. cloth 4. machines
3. continue 4.
188. l. did 2. 197. The student's consrant and diligent efforts bnrught
him great success.
3. Agreed 4. rold
l. lucky 2. constant

189-195. Select the meaning of given phrases/ldioms

3. luy 4. slow
from the given options.
198-200. Choose the correct synotryms for the
underlined words.
189. Real friends never leave us alone in close ouarters.
L close examination
198. He changed his statement so many times that his
2. livenearto each other
entire message became ambiguous.
3. live far to each other l.
4. in love
clear 2. impressive
3. unimpressive 4. unclear
190. On the eve of inspection every thing was kept in I99. Don't live under the fallaSy that luck will do
aoole oie order.
everything for you.
l. inrandomorder
l. wrongbelief 2. weakness
2. relatedto ftuits packing
3. related to dry li.uis packing
3. pleasure 4. rightbelief
200. Quarrelling people created a lot ofcaconhonv and so
4. in perfect order nobody was able to hear us.
l9l. To have passedwith,flying colours' l.bitterness 2. noise
l. has excelled in art 3. hearing 4. fighting
2. has got mediocre grades
3. haslust scraped through
4. has done verywell
192. Reenu is very popular for her above board conduct.
l. boastingperson
2. honest and straight forward
3. a man with anogance
4. a dishonestperson