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i. Child Development and Pedagogy

1. tFg;giwapd; tpisahl;Lf; FOitj; Nju;e;njLg;gjw; F fPo;f;
nfhLf;fg;gl;Ls;stw;wpypUe;J rpwe;j cj;jpia milahsk; fhz;f.
A. Nrh~pNah nkl;hp B. irf;Nfhbuhkh
C. kjpg;gPl; L msT D. xd;W kw;Wk; %d;W Mfpa ,uz;Lk;

Identify the best technique for selecting a sports team in a classroom.
A. Sociometry B. Psychodrama
C. Rating scale D. both 1 and 3

2. BTC kw; Wk; B.Ed gbg;Gfs; ,tw;iw mbg;gilahff; nfhz;lit:
A. fpuh[pah khjphp B. Nkw;F kz;ly Ma;Tf; $lk; khjphp
C. kpr; rpfd; khjphp D. NkYs;s vJTk; ,y;iy

BTC and B.Ed courses are based on:
A. Gragia model B. Western Regional Laboratory Model
C. Michigan model D. None of the above.

3. mDkhdk; my;yhj elj;ij njhopy; El;gj; ij milahsk; fhz; f.
A. Mrphpah;fspd; elj;ij KOikahf cs;sJ. mjhtJ midj;J Mrphpah;fSk;
rkkhd nray; jpwd; cs;sth;fs;.
B. Mrphpah;fspd; elj;ijia fz;fhzpf;f KbAk;.
C. tYg;gLj;Jtjw;fhd rhjidfis gad;gLj;jpAk;> ey;y khjphpfis Kd;
khjphpahff; nfhz;Lk; elj;ijia khw;wp mikf;f KbAk;.
D. Mrphpah;fspd; elj;ij Neubahf r%f kw;Wk; cstpay; hPjpahd
epiyikfshy; ghjpf; fg;gl;Ls;sJ.

Identify the non-assumption of behaviour technology.
A. Teacher’s behaviour is absolute. i.e. All teachers can be made equally effective.
B. Teacher’s behaviour can be observed.
C. Behaviour can be modified and improved by using reinforcement devices and by imitating
good models.
D. Teacher’s behaviour is directly influenced by social and psychological conditions.

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4. xU Foe;ij gpwf;Fk; NghJ> mjd; cauKk; vilAk; KiwNa ________ Mf
,Uf;Fk; :
A. 23-25 mq;Fyk; kw;Wk; 2.5-3.0 fpNyh
B. 19-20 mq;Fyk; kw;Wk; 2.5-3.5 fpNyh
C. 17-18 mq;Fyk; kw;Wk; 2.8-4.5 fpNyh
D. NkYs;s vJTk; ,y;iy

The height and weight of a baby at the time of birth respectively is:
A. 23-25 inches & 2.5-3.0 kg B. 19-20 inches & 2.5-3.5 kg
C. 17-18 inches & 2.8-4.5 kg D. None of the above

5. kdjpd; nraw;ghLfisf; fl;Lg;gLj;Jk; cs; SWg;ig milahsk; fhz;f.
A. ,jak; B. %is kl;Lk;
C. euk;G kz;lyk; D. KJF jz;L kl;Lk;

Identify the internal organ controlling the mental activities.
A. Heart B. Brain only
C. Nervous system D. Spinal Cord only

6. /g;upA+l; kw;Wk; My;lupd; $w;Wg; gb> kdpj elj;ijapd; jhf;fkhdJ; :
A. ntspg;Gw Nehf;fq;fs; kl;Lk;
B. NkYk; mlf;fp itf;fg;gl;l Njitfs;
C. czh;T Nehf;fq;fs; kl;Lk;
D. gpd;Ndhf;fp nry;Yjy;

According to Freud and Alder, human behaviour is influenced by:
A. External motives only B. Repressed needs also
C. Conscious motives only D. Regression

7. mbg;gilf;fy;tp ________ vd;gtuhy; nrhy;yg;gLtJ:
A. lhf; lh;. uhN[e;jpu gpurhj; B. lhf; lh; . [h`Ph; cNrd;
C. kfhj;kh fhe;jp D. ugPe;juehj; jh$h;

Basic Education is pronounced by:
A. Dr. Rajendra Prasad B. Dr. Zakir Hussain
C. Mahatma Gandhi D. Rabindranath Tagore
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8. Foe;ij njhopyhsu; rl;lk; (1986):
A. Mgj;jhd Ntiyfspy; kl;Lk; Foe;ij njhopyhsh;fs; jil
nra;ag;gl;bUe;jhh;fs;
B. Kjyhsp kP J Foe;ijfspd; fy;tp nghWg;ig Rkj; JtJ %yk; Foe;ij
njhopyhsh; fSf;F jil nra;ag;gl;bUe;jJ.
C. 14 taJ tiu cs;s Foe;ij njhopyhsh;fs;; midj; J tifahd Foe;ij
njhopyhsh; fSf;Fk; jil nra;ag;gl;bUe;jJ.
D. Gs;sp Neuq;fspy; kl;Lk; Foe;ij njhopyhsh;fSf;F jil nra;ag;gl;bUe;jJ.

Child Labour Prohibition Act (1986):
A. Prohibits child labour in risk-taking work only
B. Prohibits child labour by imposing the responsibility of children’s education on the employers
C. Prohibits all types of child labour up to 14 years of age of child.
D. Prohibits child labour during school hours only

9. Foe;ijapDila mwpT tsu; r;rp ehd; F jdp epiyfs; ________ My; milahsk;
fhzg; gl; lJ:
A. vhpf; rd; B. gpahnfl;
C. Nfhy; ngh;f; D. Njhy; tpahghuk; nra;gth;

Four distinct stages of children’s intellectual development are identified by:
A. Erikson B. Piaget
C. Kohlberg D. Skinner

10. khztu;fs; kj;jpapy; r%f kjpg;Gfis cUthf;f xU Mrpupauplk; fhzg;gLk;
milahsk;:
A. cah;e; j Fwpf;NfhNshL ,Uj; jy;
B. mth;fSf;F ey; y fijfs; $Wjy;.
C. mth;fSf;F nghpa kdpjh;fs; gw;wp $Wjy;.
D. XOf;f czh;it cUthf;Fjy;

Identify the characteristic of a teacher to develop social values among the students:
A. Behaving ideally B. Telling them good stories
C. Telling them about great people D. Developing the sense of discipline


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11. ,tw;Ws; vJ kjpg;gPl;bd; xU jd;ik my;y?
A. ,J Mrphpahpd; Njitia epiwNtw;w xU Fwpf;NfhSld; $ba nray;ghL
kw;Wk; fw;gpj;jy;.
B. ve;j xU gzpapd; KbtpYk; ,J nra;ag;gLk;
C. ,J midj;J %d;W Nfhsq;fis cs;slf;fpa xU tphpthd nray;ghL
MFk;
D. ,J Kd; dNu jPh;khdpf;fg;gl; l Fwpf;Nfhspd; jpir Nehf;fp nry;Yk; xU
jpl; lkpl; l nray;ghL MFk;.

Which of the following is not a characteristic of evaluation?
A. It is a purposeful activity fulfilling the requirement of the teacher and taught
B. It is done at the end of any task
C. It is a comprehensive process covering all the three domains of behavior
D. It is a systematic process going in the direction of predetermined objectives.

12. thypg fhy mwptpay; fy;tp ________ My; $wg;;gl;lJ:
A. ]; ngd; ]h; B. Nuh]]pNah
C. N`hypq; xh;j; D. ];lhd;yp `hy;

Scientific study of adolescence period was stated by:
A. Spencer B. Rousseau
C. Holling worth D. Stanley Hall

13. fpis epfo;r;rpapy; mDkjpf;fg;gl;l gpioapd; tpfpjk;:
A. 20% B. 35% C. 15% D. 30%

The error rate allowed in branching programme is:
A. 20% B. 35% C. 15% D. 30%

14. fy;tp fzf;nfLg;Gfspy; gad;gLj;jg;gLk; cj;jpfshtd:
A. Nfs;tpj; jhs; B. Neh;fhzy;
C. Nrhjidfs; D. Nkw;Fwpg;gpl;l midj;Jk;

The techniques used in the educational surveys is:
A. Questionnaire B. Interview
C. Tests D. All the above
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15. ghuk;gupa epiy fw;wy;> khw;W fw; wy; vd mwpag;gLtjw;fhd fhuzj;jpd;
milahsk; fhz;f:
A. FspUl;lg;gl;l Cf;Ftpg;G ,aw;if Cf;Ftpg;ghf khw; wg;gLfpwJ
B. ,aw;if Cf;f (czT) eLepiy Cf;f (kzp xyp) %yk; khw;wP L
nra; ag; gLfpwJ
C. NkNy cs;s vJTk; ,y;iy
D. (xd;W) kw;Wk; (,uz;L)

Identify the reason why classical conditioned learning is also known as substitution learning:
A. Conditioned stimulus is replaced by natural stimulus
B. Natural stimulus(food) is substituted by neutral stimulus (sound of the bell)
C. None of the above
D. Both (A) and (B)

16. mwpTj;jpwdpd; ghuk;gupaf; fhuzpfis epuhfupf;Fk; Nfhl;ghL:
A. Mrphpah; Nfhl;ghL B. gy fhuzp Nfhl;ghL
C. (A) kw;Wk; (B) D. NkYs;s vJTk; ,y;iy

The theory discarding the hereditary factors of intelligence is:
A. Faculty theory B. Multifactor theory
C. Both (A) and (B) D. None of the above

17. taJ te;NjhUf;F nghUj;jkhd tpisahl; Lr; rpfpr;iria milahsk; fhz;f:
A. mjph; r;rp rpfpr;ir B. njhopy; rpfpr;ir
C. (A) kw;Wk; (B) D. vJTk; ,y;iy

Identify the therapies similar to play therapy suitable for adults:
A. Shock Therapy B. Occupational Therapy
C. Both (A) and (B) D. None

18. CAI gapw;rp Kiwapy; Nkw;nfhs;sg;gLtd:
A. jfty; fw;gth;fSf;F rpwpa myFfspy; toq;fg;gLjy;
B. khzth;fs; jq;fs; jpwikf;F Vw;g fw;Wf;nfhs;fpwhh;fs;
C. xNu Neuj;jpy gjpy;fis fzpdp kjpg;gpLfpwJ
D. Mrphpah;fs; khzth;fSf;F cjTjy;.


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CAI tutorial mode deals with:
A. Information presented to learners in small units
B. Pupils learn according to their own ability
C. Computer evaluates the responses simultaneously
D. teachers help the pupils

19. ghlg;Gj; jfj;jpd; Nehf; fkhdJ:
A. khzth;fis tp~aj; jpd; kP J Mjpf;fk; nra;a Ntz; bapUe;jJ
B. Fiwe;j Neuj;jpy; ghljpl; lj;ij epiwT nra;jy;
C. NkNy cs;s ,uz;Lk;
D. NkYs;s vJTk; ,y;iy

The purpose of text book strategy is:
A. To enable the pupils to have mastery over the subject matter
B. To complete the course in less time
C. Both of these
D. None of these

20. fijr; nrhy;Yk; rhJupak; My; ntw; wpfukhf Mf;fg;glyhk;:
A. rhpahd njhlh;Gj;jpwd; kw;Wk; iriffs;
B. fijapy xU ,aw;if fhl; rpia guhkhpj;jy;
C. fljJk; jpwd; nfhz; l fy;tp #oiy cUthf;Fjy;
D. NkNy cs;s vy;yhk;

Story telling strategy can be made successful by:
A. Proper communication skills and gestures.
B. Maintaining a natural sequence in the story
C. Creating conductive learning environment
D. All the above.

21. gd;dpuz;L taJ Foe;ijf;F vq; F rupahd r%f Nkk;ghL njhlq; FfpwJ?
A. gs;sp B. mz; il tPl; Lfhuh;
C. tpisahl; L ikjhdk; D. FLk;gk;

Where exactly social development for a 12year old child begins?
A. School B. Neighbourhood
C. Playground D. Family
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22. n`u;ghu;l; Kiw fw;gpj;jypd;gb> Mrpupau;fis tpl khztu;fs; mjpf Mu;tj;Jld;
<LgLtJ:
A. jahh;g;;gLj;Jjy; B. $l;likg;G
C. nghJikg; gLj;Jjy; D. mwpKfg;gLj;Jjy;

According to Herbart’ system of teaching pupils is more active than the teacher in:
A. Preparation B. Association C. Generalization D. Presentation

23. vspa epidTgLj;jy; Nrhjidapy; cs;s FiwahdJ:
A. Cfpf;f ,ayhJ
B. ghljpl; lj;jpy; mjpfgl;r gphpTfs; tpthjpf; fg;gLfpd;wd
C. cs;czh;Tf;F ,q;F ve;j gq;Fk; ,y;iy
D. nghUl;fspd; $l;likg;G ,e;j Nrhjidfspy; vspjhdJ

The demerit of simple recall type test is:
A. Guessing is not possible
B. Maximum units of the syllabus can be covered
C. Subjectivity has no role to play here
D. Construction of items in this test is easy

24. apd; Kiwahd tsu; r; rp ,y;yhky; tho;f;ifapy; cw; rhfk; ,y;iy.
A. cly; eyk; B. mwpthw; wy;
C. czh;r; rpfs; D. NkNy cs;s midj;Jk;

There is no excitement of enthusiasm in life without the development of proper:
A. Health B. Intellect
C. Emotions D. All the above

25. ,sk; gUt ghypay; njhlu;ghd Njitfisj; jpUg;jp nra;gtu;:
A. N`hNkh ghypay;
B. Ra,d;g gof;fj;jpy; <LgLjy;
C. ghypay; njhlh;ghd fijfisg; gbj;jy;
D. NkNy cs;s midj;Jk;

Sex related needs are satisfied by an adolescent who :
A. Involves in homo-sexuality B. Develops the habit of masturbation
C. Reads sex related stories D. All the above
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26. tYT+l;ly; fUj;ij mwpKfg;gLj; j;fpa mnkupf;f cstpayhsu;:
A. <.vy;.njhud;bf; B. gp.v/g;.];fpd;dh; C. $Njhp D. [Pd; gpahNfl

The American Psychologist who introduced the concept of reinforcement:
A. E. L Thorndike B. B. F Skinner C. Gutherie D. Jean Piaget

27. mQ;ryplg;gl;l Nfs;tpj;jhs; gad;gLj;jg;gLtJ vg;NghJ?
A. gq;Nfw;gth;fs; ntt;NtW gFjpapy; ,Uf;fpd;w NghJ
B. Ma;Tnra;gth; nryT xU gpur; ridahFk; NghJ
C. gjpyspg; gth; ed;whf gbj;jtuhf ,Uf;Fk; NghJ
D. Nkw;Fwpg;gpl;l midj;Jk;

Mailed Questionnaire is used when:
A. sample is scattered to a wide area B. cost is a problem for the investigator
C. respondent is well educated D. All of the above

28. gpd;jq;fpa epiy vg;NghJ Neu;fpwJ?
A. Arpv];f; F Kd; rpv]; toq;fg; gLfpwJ
B. rpv]; Kd; Arpv]; toq;fg; gLfpwJ
C. caphpdj;jpw;F ntFkjp nfhLf;fg;gltpy; iy
D. NkYs;s vJTk; ,y;iy

Backward conditioning will take place when:
A. CS is presented prior to UCS B. UCS is presented prior to CS
C. Reward is not given to the organism D. None of the above

29. vg;NghJ Nfl;Fk; - ghu;f;Fk;jpwdpd; rjtpfpjk; 0 Mf ,Uf;Fk; :
A. kWNghjid nra;jy;
B. kjpg;gPL nra;jy;
C. Cf;Ftpj;jy;
D. fw; wpgpf; Fk;

The percentage of audio-visual is 0 in:
A. Reteaching B. Evaluation C. Motivation D. Teaching

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30. cWg;gikjpf;NfL my;yJ khw;Wj;jpwdhsp rpWtu;fspd; gpur;rid gw;wp ________
My; gbf;fg;gLfpwJ:
A. kUj;Jth;fs;
B. cstpayhsh;fs;
C. kUj;Jt tof;F tuyhw;W Kiw my;yJ ghpNrhjid
D. Nkw;Fwpg;gpl;l midj;Jk;

The problem of maladjusted or handicapped children is studied by:
A. Doctors B. Psychologists
C. Clinical case history method or experimentation D. All of the above

























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ii. Language – Tamil

31. à.«õ.ê£.M¡ °¼
A. eù£†C ²‰îó‹Hœ¬÷ B. ñ¬øñ¬ôò®èœ
C. F¼.M.è D. õ.²ð.ñ£E‚è‹

32. îI›„ ªê£ŸèO¡ õ¬è
A. 5 B. 4 C. 6 D. 8

33. H«÷†«ì£
A. ݃Aô„ C‰î¬ùò£÷˜ B. A«ó‚è„ C‰î¬ùò£÷˜
C. ówò ´ ⿈î£÷˜ D. Yù ⿈î£÷˜

34. '¬õ‚è‹ ió˜' â¡ø¬ö‚èŠð´ðõ˜
A. «ðóPë˜ Ü‡í£ B. Þó£ü£T
C. èŠð«ô£†®ò îIö¡ D. ªðKò£˜

35. ºˆ¶ó£ñLƒèˆ «îõ¬ó '«îCò‹ è£ˆî ªê‹ñ™' â¡Á ܬöˆîõ˜
A. F¼.M.è B. ªðKò£˜
C. Þó£ñLƒè‹Hœ¬÷ D. ñ¬øñ¬ôò®èœ

36. ð°ˆîP¾‚ èMó£ò˜ âùŠ «ð£ŸøŠð´ðõ˜
A. Þó£ñ„ê‰Fó‚ èMó£ò˜ B. «õîï£òè‹Hœ¬÷
C. à´ñ¬ô ï£ó£òíèM D. ghujpahh;

37. ¬ìŠ¬ó†ì˜ â¡ðî¡ îI›„ªê£™
A. IFõ‡® B. õƒA C. F¬óÜóƒ° D. î†ì„²

38. Ü‹¬ñ ÜŠð¡ â¡Â‹ ªê£™ õöƒ°‹ 
A. ªè£ƒ°  B. °ñK 
C. C™  D. «êó 


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A. ºî™ ⿈¶ B. àJªó¿ˆ¶
C. ªñŒªò¿ˆ¶ D. ꣘ªð¿ˆ¶

40. 7 â¡ø Üó¾ â‡μ‚°Kò îI› â‡
A. à B. â C. Ý D. è

41. ºŸPò½èó„ ªê£™
A. ð° B. ²‚° C. Y†´ D. ꣘¹

42. ªî¡ù£†®¡ ü£¡Có£E
A. Ü…ê¬ôò‹ñ£œ B. Ü‹¹üˆî‹ñ£œ
C. «õ½ Cò£˜ D. F™¬ôò£® õœOò‹¬ñ

43. ªî£¬èG¬ôˆ ªî£ì˜ õ¬èèœ
A. 7 B. 8 C. 6 D. 3

44. ióñ£ ºQõK¡ ÞòŸªðò˜
A. Þó£ð˜†-®-ªï£HL B. 裙´ªõ™
C. 裡v죇®¡ «ü£êŠ ªðƒA D. T.». «ð£Š

45. 'º¬è' â¡ðî¡ ªð£¼œ
A. 輋¹ B. ñô˜ C. ªñ£†´ D. Ì

46. àî´èœ å†ì£î ªê£™
A. ° B. î£õó‹ C. 𣘬õ D. è‹ð‹

47. °Á‰ªî£¬èŠ ð£ì™èO¡ â‡E‚¬è
A. 401 B. 501 C. 601 D. 301

48. îI› õ÷˜„Cˆ ¶¬øJ¡ Cø‰î Ë™èÀ‚è£ù ðK²
A. «î¡ñ¬ö B. îI› åO‚èM¬îèœ
C. Þ¼‡ì i´ D. êºî£ò ñô˜
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49. F¼M¬÷ò£ìŸ¹ó£í‹ â¡ø ˽‚° à¬óªò¿Fòõ˜
A. ð‡®îñE ï.º. «õƒèìê£I B. ªð£.«õ.«ê£ñ²‰îóù£˜
C. à.«õ.ê£ D. ¬õò£¹KHœ¬÷

50. ñ£´‹, Ý´‹ - Þô‚èí‚ °PŠ¹
A. Þó†¬ì‚ A÷M B. Ü´‚°ˆªî£ì˜
C. â‡μ‹¬ñ D. à‹¬ñˆªî£¬è

51. ïŸP¬í¬òˆ ªî£°ŠHˆîõ˜
A. ð¡ù£´ î‰î ñ£ø¡õ¿F B. à‚AóŠªð¼õ¿F
C. Þ÷‹ªð¼õ¿F D. èHô˜

52. ¸‡EòË™ ðô èŸøõ˜‚«è ܬñ‰î ÜKò è¬ô
A. æMò‚è¬ô B. Þ¬ê‚è¬ô C. ïìù‚è¬ô D. «ð„²‚è¬ô

53. Mù£ õ¬è
A. 6 B. 5 C. 7 D. 8

54. ð‚F„ ²¬õ ïQ ªê£†ì„ ªê£†ìŠ ð£®ò èMõôõ â¡ð ð£®òõ˜
A. ªð. ²‰îóù£˜ B. eù£†C ²‰îóù£˜
C. ªõ. Þó£ñLƒèù£˜ D. ÜŠÌFòöè÷£˜

55. ‘Cartoon’ â¡ðî¡ îI›„ªê£™
A. 輈¶Šðì‹ B. åOŠðF¾
C. ðìi›ˆF D. âF˜„ªê£™

56. ñ«ù£èó£M¡ ÝCKò˜
A. ð‹ñ™ ê‹ð‰î ºîLò£˜ B. êƒèó ²õ£Ièœ
C. ðKFñ£Ÿè¬ôë˜ D. ð£óFî£ê¡

57. ñ‰F
A. ݇°óƒ° B. ªð‡°óƒ°
C. ñJ™ D. ò£¬ù
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îI›, îI›, îI› âùŠ 𡺬ø Ü´‚A‚ ÃPù£™ ÜI›¶ â¡Á‹ ÜI›¶,
ÜI›¶, ÜI›¶ âù‚ ÃÁ‹«ð£¶ îI› âù åLŠð¶‹ îIN¡ ÞQ¬ñò£°‹.
îI› Þò™, Þ¬ê, ï£ìè‹ â¡Â‹ ºˆîI¬ö‚ ªè£‡ì¶. îI›ªñ£N¬ò‚
°P‚è ܼ‰îI›, ªê‰îI›, ¬ð‰îI›, b‰îI›, ªî¡îI›, õ‡ìI›, î‡ìI›,
ïŸøI›, ªï´‰îI›, Ü¡¬ùˆîI›, è¡QˆîI›, êƒèˆîI› «ð£¡ø
ËŸÁºŠð¶ CøŠ¹ ܬìªñ£Nèœ àœ÷ù.

58. îI¿‚°Kò ܬìªñ£Nèœ
A. 130 B. 100 C. 110 D. 80

59. ªï´‰îI› - Þô‚èí‚ °PŠ¹
A. ð‡¹ˆ ªî£¬è B. àõ¬ñˆªî£¬è
C. à‹¬ñˆ ªî£¬è D. â‡μ‹¬ñ

60. ïŸøI› â¡ð¶
A. ï™ô + îI› B. ñ + îI›
C. ï¡Á + îI› D. ï™ + îI›

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iii. Language II - English

61. Choose the correct phrase to fill in the blank in the sentence.
I _____________ waiting for the train for the past 5 minutes.
A. have been B. have C. were D. are

62. Fill in the blank with correct Homophone.
Do not __________ money over inessentials.
A. waist B. vast C. waste D. west

63. Change the given adjective into noun form: Wonderful
A. wondering B. wander C. wonder D. wanderer

What is the meaning of the idiomatic expression or a proverb given in the following questions?
64. To cry wolf
A. To cry like a wolf B. To give a false alarm
C. To behave like a wolf D. None of the above

65. To hit the nail right on the head
A. To use a hammer B. To do or state something correct
C. To be forceful D. To be hard

In the following passage, there are blanks each of which has been numbered. Against each
number, four words are suggested. Find out the appropriate word in each case.
If you are (66) for an (67) it means that you have (68) the first level of the selection process. Now, to
prepare for an interview, it is important that you do some (69) about the organization. It will give you
(70) to present your capabilities well. Also, (71) something about the organization will help you ask
the right questions when the panelists allow you to. Ensure that you (72) all the necessary certificates
and experience letters with you for the interview. Also take enough (73) of your identity proof,
photograph and degree certificate. Decide what to (74) and get your clothes ready the day before. (75)
at least 10 minutes ahead of the interview time and do the interview well.

66. A. called B. departed C. summoned D. survived

67. A. discussion B. interview C. debate D. article

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68. A. cleared B. selected C. occurred D. delivered

69. A. research B. responsibility C. choice D. necessary

70. A. training B. ability C. teaching D. confidence

71. A. confiding B. asking C. knowing D. affirming

72. A. carry B. file C. prepares D. deliver

73. A. prepare B. copy C. copies D. develop

74. A. wear B. dress C. attire D. clothe

75. A. find B. leave C. depart D. arrive

Rearrange the following sentences in proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph, and
choose the option that represents the arrangement.
A. The 3 styles discussed in this theory are Autocratic, Participative and Laissez Faire.
B. It focuses on the qualities that can be taught to make a leader.
C. This theory cites different Leadership styles.
D. But these are not the only styles.
E. Neither is Behavioural Theory the only theory of Leadership.
F. Behavioural Theory is based on the belief that great leaders are made, not born.

76. A. ACBDEF B. FBCADE C. FEBCAD D. ABCDEF

In each sentence below one word has been underlined. Of the four options below the sentence,
one option can replace the underlined word without changing the meaning of the sentence.
Indentify the correct option.
77. If there are any openings, please let me know. I would like to apply for the position.
A. leverages B. vacancies C. ascertain D. availabilities

78. Students need to acquire the art of asking the right questions in order to improve their knowledge.
A. precede B. prevail C. learn D. produce

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Choose the word which is most opposite in meaning of the word given.
79. Appearance
A. occurrence B. evolution C. fading D. disinterest

80. Precedence
A. antecedence B. anticendents C. priority D. prevalence

The following sets of ideas / objects have some common feature / function. Spot the odd one out.
E.g. Choose, Sing, Write, Music – Music is the odd one. It is a Noun. All the other words are
verbs.
81. A. Bottle B. Bag C. Bench D. Beat

82. A. Noun B. Pronoun C. Adverb D. Notebook

83. Choose the appropriate word and fill in the blank
Yesterday Somu and I ______________ in the garden from the morning.
A. played B. were playing C. was playing D. have been playing

Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any,
will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer.
84. The work (A)/ have to be done (B)/ by Monday at the latest. (C)/ no error (D)
85. If I was president (A)/ I would make higher education more affordable (B)/ to all the citizens of
the country.(C)/ no error (D)
86. “I will like (A)/ more milk in my coffee.” (B)/ she said to the server. (C)/ no error (D)
87. If he tries hard, (A)/ he can get through (B)/this exam without much difficulty. (C) no error (D)

88. A supplementary reader gives students ______________
A. Additional speaking practice B. Additional reading practice
C. Additional writing practice D. Additional listening practice

89. In Active Learning Methodology students are involved in
A. Designing learning activities B. Doing action research
C. Actively answering in the class D. Higher order thinking



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90. Identify the compound sentence
A. After they finished studying, Rahul and Rekha went to the park.
B. I tried to speak Hindi and my friend from Delhi tried to speak Tamil.
C. Raghu likes to go for swimming in the morning.
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iv.(a) Mathematics & Science

91. kjpg;gpLf: ( )( )
4 3 2 2 2 2 4 3 + ÷

A. –40 B. 4 2 C. 40 D. 8

Evaluate:
( )( )
4 3 2 2 2 2 4 3 + ÷
A. –40 B. 4 2 C. 40 D. 8

92. 700 cm + 70 m + 7 km - apd; kjpg; G =
A. 77070 m B. 7077 m C. 7707 m D. 7777 m

The value of 700 cm + 70 m + 7 km =
A. 77070 m B. 7077 m C. 7707 m D. 7777 m

93. ehd;F kzpfs; KiwNa 6> 7> 8 kw;Wk; 9 tpdhb ,ilntsp tpl;L xypf;fpd;wd.
tpdhbfSf;Fg; gpwF> midj;J kzpfSk; xd;whf Nru;e;J xypf;Fk;.
A. 504 B. 508 C. 512 D. 516

Four bells ring at intervals of 6, 7, 8 and 9 seconds respectively. All the bells ring together after
________ seconds.
A. 504 B. 508 C. 512 D. 516

94. fdrJuj;jpd;; nkhj;j gug;gsT 384 rJu kP l; luhf ,Ue;jhy;> mjd; gf;fg;gug;G
______________ MFk;.
A. 256 sq. m B. 64 sq. m C. 246 sq. m D. 384 sq. m

If the total surface area of a cube is 384 sq. m, then its lateral surface area is ____.
A. 256 sq. m B. 64 sq. m C. 246 sq. m D. 384 sq. m





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95. fPNo nfhLf;fg;gl;l glj;jpy;> PQR vd;gJ xU Neu;NfhL vdpy;> . x -,d; kjpg;igf;
fhz;f.

A. 130° B. 40° C. 90° D. 50°

In the diagram given below, PQR is a straight line, then find the value of . x

A. 130° B. 40° C. 90° D. 50°

96. (5 1)(3 1)(2 5)³. x x x + ÷ + vDk;; gy;YWg;Gf; Nfhitapd; gb.
A. 1 B. 3 C. 5 D. 2

The degree of the polynomial (5 1)(3 1)(2 5)³. x x x + ÷ +
A. 1 B. 3 C. 5 D. 2

97. tpw; w tpiy ,uz;L klq;fhdhy; ,yhgk; %d;W klq;fhfpwJ. ,yhg rjtPjj;ijf; fhz;f.
A.
2
66
3
B. 100 C.
1
105
3
D. 120

If selling price is doubled, the profit triples. Find the profit percent.
A.
2
66
3
B. 100 C.
1
105
3
D. 120




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98. 4 Mz;Lfspy; nkhj; jj; njhif &gha; 7000 I jpul;l> 10% vspa tl;b tPjj;jpy; xUtH
vt; tsT njhifia KjyPL nra; a Ntz; Lk; ?
A. `5000 B. `5500 C. `500 D. `550

How much should one invest at 10% simple interest in order to accumulate a total of `7000 in 4
years?
A. `5000 B. `5500 C. `500 D. `550

99. 2 2 , x y x y + = + vdpy;>
2
2
x
y
=
-,d; kjpg;G

A. 0 B. 1 C. 2 D. 4

If 2 2 , x y x y + = + then
2
2
x
y
=
A. 0 B. 1 C. 2 D. 4
100.
2
1
32
÷
 
=
 
 

A. 2
10
B. 2
–10
C. 2
–7
D. 2
5


2
1
32
÷
 
=
 
 

A. 2
10
B. 2
–10
C. 2
–7
D. 2
5

101. A vd; w xU Neu; tl; l cUisapd; Muk; r kw;Wk; mjd; cauk; h. B vd;w Neu;
tl;l cUisapd;; Muk; 2r> cauk;
2
h
. cUis A kw; Wk; cUis B ,tw; wpd;
fd mstpd; tpfpjk; vd;d?
A. 1 : 1 B. 1 : 2 C. 2 : 1 D. 1 : 4

Right circular cylinder A has radius r and height h. Right circular cylinder B has radius 2r and
height
2
h
. What is the ratio of the volume of cylinder A to the volume of cylinder B?
A. 1 : 1 B. 1 : 2 C. 2 : 1 D. 1 : 4

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102. 3(4y + 5) = 5 vdpy;>

4 5
3
y +
= -,d; kjpg;G
A.
9
5
B.
3
5
C.
5
3
D.
5
9


If 3(4y + 5) = 5, then
4 5
3
y +
=
A.
9
5
B.
3
5
C.
5
3
D.
5
9


103. 5> 9> 13> 17>... tupirapd; Kjy; 17 cWg;Gfspd; $l;Lj;njhifahdJ ______.
A. 529 B. 629 C. 523 D. 462

The sum of first 17 terms of the series 5, 9, 13, 17, …is ___________.
A. 529 B. 629 C. 523 D. 462

104. a :b = 5 : 3 vdpy;> (8a – 5b) : (8a + 5b) =
A. 5 : 11 B. 6 : 5 C. 5 : 6 D. 3 : 8

If a :b = 5 : 3, then (8a – 5b) : (8a + 5b) =
A. 5 : 11 B. 6 : 5 C. 5 : 6 D. 3 : 8

105. 5 = 2.24 vdpy; >
3 5
2 5 0.48 ÷
,d; kjpg; G_____________________
A. 1.48 B. 1.58 C. 1.68 D. 1.78

If 5 = 2.24, then the value of
3 5
2 5 0.48 ÷
is __________
A. 1.48 B. 1.58 C. 1.68 D. 1.78

106. ,uz;L vz;fspd; $l;Lj;njhif 22 kw;Wk; mtw;wpw;fpilNaahd NtWghL 14
vdpy;> me;j vz;fspd; ngUf;Fj; njhif __________ MFk;.
A. 70 B. 71 C. 72 D. 73

If the sum of two numbers is 22 and their difference is 14, then the product of the numbers is
______.
A. 70 B. 71 C. 72 D. 73
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107. A kw;Wk; B apd; taJfspd; tpfpjk; 6:5 vdpy;> kw;Wk; mtu;fspd; taJfspd;
$Ljy;; 44 vdpy;> 8 Mz;LfSf;F gpwF mtu;fs; taJfspd; tpfpjk; __________.
A. 5 : 6 B. 7 : 8 C. 8 : 7 D. 14 : 13

If the age of A and B are in the ratio of 6:5 and sum of their ages is 44 years, then the ratio of their
ages after 8 years is __________.
A. 5 : 6 B. 7 : 8 C. 8 : 7 D. 14 : 13

108.
3
4
m
n
= vdpy;>
6
7
n m
n m
÷  
+
 
+
 
,d; kjpg; G = ________.
A.
5
7
B.
1
1
7
C. 1 D. 2

If
3
4
m
n
= , then the value of
6
7
n m
n m
÷  
+
 
+
 
= ________.
A.
5
7
B.
1
1
7
C. 1 D. 2

109. xU vz;zpd;
1
4
I mNj vz;zpd;
1
3
,y; ,Ue;J fopf;Fk; NghJ> fpilf;Fk;
kPjp 12. me; j vz;
A. 144 B. 72 C. 120 D. 63

When
1
4
of a number is subtracted from
1
3
of the same number, the remainder obtained is 12.
The number is ________.
A. 144 B. 72 C. 120 D. 63

110. xU gpd;dj;jpy;> ; njhFjp 25% mjpfupf;fg;gLfpwJ kw;Wk; gFjp 10%
Fiwf;fg;gLfpwJ. mg;NghJ Gjpjhff; fpilf;Fk; gpd;dk;
5
9
vdpy;> mry; gpd; dk;
_________ MFk;.
A.
5
9
B.
9
5
C.
3
5
D.
2
5


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In a fraction, numerator is increased by 25% and the denominator is diminished by 10%. The new
fraction obtained is
5
9
. The original fraction is _________.
A.
5
9
B.
9
5
C.
3
5
D.
2
5


111. 37825 -cld; ve;j kpfr; rpwpa vz;izf; $l;Lk; NghJ> 13 My; tFgLk; vz;
fpilf; Fk; ..
A. 2 B. 3 C. 4 D. 5

The smallest number which when added to 37825 will make it divisible by 13 is_________.
A. 2 B. 3 C. 4 D. 5

112. xUtu; xU fbfhuj;ij 350 -f;F thq;fp> 392 -f;F tpw; gid nra; jhy; ,yhgj;jpd;
rjtpfpjk;
A. 9% B. 10% C. 11% D. 12%

If a man buys a watch for 350 and sells it for 392, then the percentage of profit is
A. 9% B. 10% C. 11% D. 12%

113. fPo;nfhLf;fg;gl;l njhlupy; jtwhd vz; vJ? 25, 32, 49, 64, 81,...
A. 25 B. 32 C. 49 D. 64

What is the wrong number in the following sequence? 25, 32, 49, 64, 81,...
A. 25 B. 32 C. 49 D. 64

114. A quadratic equation whose roots have the sum = 3 and product = –6 is __________.
A. x
2
+ 3 x + 6 = 0 B. x
2
– 3 x + 6 = 0
C. x
2
– 3 x – 6 = 0 D. x
2
+ 3 x – 6 = 0
xU ,Ugb rkd;ghl;bd; %yq;fspd; $Ljy; = 3 > ngUf;fw;gyd; = –6 vd;why;>
rkd;ghL _________MFk;.
A. x
2
+ 3 x + 6 = 0 B. x
2
– 3 x + 6 = 0
C. x
2
– 3 x – 6 = 0 D. x
2
+ 3 x – 6 = 0

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115. {x :x = 2n, ne N, 4 sx< 11} vd;w fzj;jpd; Kjd;ik vz;
A. 8 B. 6 C. 12 D. 4

The cardinal number of the set {x :x = 2n, ne N, 4 sx< 11}
A. 8 B. 6 C. 12 D. 4

116. Kk;igf;Fk; by;ypf;Fk; ,ilNa gjpide;J NgUe;Jfs; XLfpd;wd vd;why;> xUtu;
vj;jid topfspy; Kk;igf;Fr; nrd;W ntt;NtW NgUe;Jfspy; jpUk;g KbAk;?
A. 280 B. 310 C. 240 D. 210

There are 15 buses running between Delhi and Mumbai. In how many ways can a man go to
Mumbai and return by a different bus?
A. 280 B. 310 C. 240 D. 210

117. ,uz;L gfilfis xNu Neuj;jpy; cUl;Lk;; NghJ> $Ljy; 12 I ngWtjw; fhd
epfo;jfT_______.
A.
1
36
B.
1
9
C.
1
18
D.
35
36


The probability of getting a total of 12 in a single throw of two dice is _______.
A.
1
36
B.
1
9
C.
1
18
D.
35
36


118. ,uz;L nghJ ika tl;lq;fspd; tpl; lq;fs; KiwNa 8 nr.kP kw;Wk; 10 nr.kP
MFk;. mtw;wpw;F ,ilNaahd gFjpapd; gug;gsT _______.
A. r cm
2
B. 3r cm
2
C. 6r cm
2
D. 9r cm
2

The diameters of two concentric circles are 8 cm and 10 cm. The area of the region between them is
A. r cm
2
B. 3r cm
2
C. 6r cm
2
D. 9r cm
2

119. xU fdr;rJuj; jpd; xU gf; fj;jpd; Rw; wsT 20 nr.kP vd;why;> mjd; fd msT
______.
A. 1009 cm
3
B. 125 cm
3
C. 320 cm
3
D. 525 cm
3

If the perimeter of one face of a cube is 20 cm, then its volume is _______.
A. 1009 cm
3
B. 125 cm
3
C. 320 cm
3
D. 525 cm
3

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120. tl;l ehw;fuj;jpd; VNjDk; ,uz;L vjpu; Nfhzq;fspd; $Ljy; _______ MFk;
A. 90° B. 180° C. 270° D. 360°

The sum of the either pair of the opposite angles of a cyclic quadrilateral is _______.
A. 90° B. 180° C. 270° D. 360°

121. ePsj;jpd; jw;Nghija gbju myF
A. xsp Mz;L
B. fhw;wpy; xyp gazk; nra;Ak; J}uk;
C. ntw;wplj; jpy; xsp gazk; nra;Ak; J}uk;
D. Kr 86 MuQ;R xspapd; miyePsk;

The Latest standard of length is
A. Light Year B. Distance traveled by sound in air
C. Distance traveled by light in vacuum D. Wavelength of orange light of Kr 86.

122. fdjhf;F ghpkhzk; vjd; gupkhzkj;jpw;F rkk;:
A. tpir B. mOj;jk;
C. Nfhz ce;jk; D. NeHf;Nfhl;L ce;jk;

The dimensions of impulse are equal to that of:
A. Force B. Pressure
C. Angular momentum D. Linear momentum

123. 2R kw;Wk; 3R kpd; jil nfhz;l ,uz;L kpd;jilfs; xU kpd;fyj;Jld;
njhlupizg;gpy; ,izf;fg;gLfpd;wd> mjd; kpd; dpaf;F tpir (emf) MdJ E>
kw;Wk; mfkpd;jil R vdpy;> 2R kpd;jil nfhz;l kpd; jilapd; FWf;Nf cs;s
kpd;dOj; j NtWghL vd;d ?
A. E/3 B. 2E/5 C. E/2 D. 2E

Two resistors of resistance 2R and 3R are connected in series with a battery, which has an emf of
E and an internal resistance R. What is the potential difference across the resistor of resistance
2R?
A. E/3 B. 2E/5 C. E/2 D. 2E

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124. ,uz;L kpd;tpsf;Ffs; 230V 75W kw; Wk; 230V> 150W vdf; Fwpf; fg; gl; Ls; sd.
Kjy; tpsf; fpd; kpd; jil R vd;why;> ,uz;lhk; tpsf;fpd;
kpd;jil_____________MFk;.
A. ¼ R B. ½ R C. 2 R D. 4 R

Two light bulbs are marked 230 V; 75 W and 230 V; 150 W. If the first bulb has a resistance R,
then the resistance of the second is …
A. ¼ R B. ½ R C. 2 R D. 4 R

125.
7
N
14
+
2
He
4
=
m
X
n
+
1
H
1
vDk; mZf;fU tpidapy;
m
X
n
vd;w mZf;fU vJ?
A. epiw vz; 18 nfhz;l Mf;rp[d; B. epiw vz; 18 nfhz; l iel; u[d;
C. epiw vz; 16 nfhz;l Mf;rp[d; D. epiw vz; 17 nfhz;l Mf;rp[d;

In the nuclear reaction given by
7
N
14
+
2
He
4
=
m
X
n
+
1
H
1
, what is the nucleus
m
X
n
?
A. Oxygen of mass number 18 B. Nitrogen of mass number 18
C. Oxygen of mass number 16 D. Oxygen of mass number 17

126. fPo;f;nfhLf;fg;gl;Ls;stw;wpypUe;J> mZ ciyapy; xU mZg;gpsit cUthf;Fk;
kpfg; nghUj;jkhd epA+l;uhd;fspd;; Mw;wiy Nju;T nra; f.
A. 0.04 eV B. 40 eV C. 400 eV D. 2 MeV

From the following, pick out the most suitable energy of neutrons which will produce nuclear
fission in a reactor
A. 0.04 eV B. 40 eV C. 400 eV D. 2 MeV

127. My;/gh Jfs;fs; (α) gw;wp fPo; nfhLf;fg;gl;Ls;s $w;WfSs; vJ rupahdJ?
A. ,it epiwaw;w Jfs;fs;
B. ,it kpd; fhe;j miyfs;
C. ,it xspapd; Ntfj; jpy; gazk; nra;Ak;
D. ,it kpd; kw;Wk; fhe; jg; Gyj; jpy; tpyfyilAk;.

Which of the following statements about alpha particles (α) is correct?
A. They are massless particles B. They are electromagnetic wave
C. They are traveling at the speed of light. D. They will be deflected by electric and magnetic field.

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128. N`Ny thy; el;rj;jpuk; ________ tUlq;fSf;F xU Kiw Njhd; Wk;.
A. 24 Mz;Lfs; B. 32 Mz;Lfs; C. 76 Mz;Lfs; D. 84 Mz;Lfs;

Halley’s comet appears once in a period of
A. 24 years B. 32 years C. 76 years D. 84 years

129. kdpj fz;fshy; fhzf;$ba kpf ePs miyePsk; nfhz;l xspapd;> miy ePsk;
ahJ?
A. 400 nm B. 4000 nm C. 7000 nm D. 700 nm

What is the wavelength of the longest wavelength light that can be seen with the human eye?
A. 400 nm B. 4000 nm C. 7000 nm D. 700 nm

130. thdpaypy; NubNah njhiy Nehf;fp kpfTk; Kf;fpakhdJ> Vnddpy;
A. ,itfshy; Fsph; i`l;u[id fz;lwpa KbAk;
B. ,it cah; e;j cUg;ngUf;fj; jpwidf; nfhz;Ls;sd
C. ,itfshy; tpz;kPd;fSf;fpilNa cs; s J}rpf; $l; lq; fisf; fz; lwpa
KbAk;
D. ,tw;iw kiy cr; rpfspy; epWTtjw;F MFk; nryT FiwT

Radio telescopes are important in astronomy because
A. They can detect cool hydrogen
B. they have high magnification
C. the can detect interstellar dust clouds
D. they are very inexpensive to build on tops of mountains.

131. mNahbd; kw;Wk; kzy; fyitia _______ %yk; gpupj;njLf;fyhk;.
A. Gilj; jy;; B. rypj;njLj;jy;
C. gjq;fkhf;Fjy; D. njspaitj;J ,Wj;jy; ;

A mixture of iodine and sand can be separated by
A. Winnowing B. sieving C. sublimation D. decantation

132. ghy; japuhf khWtJ xU _______MFk;.
A. kPs; khw; wk; B. tpUk;gj; jFe;j khw; wk;
C. Jupj khw;wk; D. tpUk;gj; jfhj khw; wk;
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The changing of milk to curd is a
A. reversible change B. desirable change
C. fast change D. nondesirable change

133. fz;zhb ,tw;wpd; xU fbdkhd xspGFk; fyitahFk;
A. Nrhbak; fhh;gNdl; kw; Wk; igfhh; gNdl;
B. fhy;rpak; ry;Ngl; kw;Wk; gh];Ngl;
C. Nrhbak; kw;Wk; fhy;rpak; kzy; cg;Gfs;
D. nghl;lhrpak; kw;Wk; kf;dPrpaj;jpd; iel;Nul;Lfs;

Glass is a hard transparent mixture of
A. Sodium Carbonate and bicarbonate B. Calcium sulphate and phosphate
C. Silicates of sodium and calcium D. nitrates of potassium and magnesium

134. L.P.G vd;gJ vtw;wpd; fyit.
A. kPj;Njd; kw;Wk; GNuhg;Ngd; B. GNuhg;Ngd; kw;Wk; g;ANld;
C. g;ANld; kw;Wk; kPj;Njd; D. kPj;Njd; kw;Wk; <j;Njd;

L.P.G. is a mixture of
A. methane and propane B. propane and butane
C. butane and methane D. methane and ethane

135. fPo;f; nfhLf;fg;gl;Ls;stw;Ws; vjd; fhuj;Jtk; %d;W?
A. iel;hpf; mkpyk; B. mrpl; bf; mkpyk; C.gh];ghpf; mkpyk; D. /ghh;kpf; mkpyk;

Which of the following is tribasic?
A. nitric acid B. acetic acid C. phosphoric acid D. formic acid

136. jplg;ngUs; cUFk; NghJ vd;d NeUk;?
A. mjd; %yf;$Wfs; J}ukhf efUk;
B. mjd; %yf;$Wfs; neUf;fkhf efHe;J xd;W NrUk;;
C. mjd; %yf;$Wfspd; ,af;fk; FiwAk;
D. mjd; ntg;gk; NrHf;fg;gl;lhYk; mjd; ntg;gepiy FiwAk;



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What happens when a solid melts?
A. Its molecules move farther apart
B. Its molecules move closer together
C. the movement of its molecules decreases
D. the temperature decreases although heat is added

137. xU jdpkj; jpd; mZik vijg; gw;wp $WfpwJ:
A. ,aw;gpay; gz;Gfs;
B. vyf;l;uhd;fspd;; vz;zpf;if
C. xU %yf;$wpy; cs;s mZf;fspd; vz;zpf;if
D. mjd; ,izAk; jpwd;

The atomicity of an element tells about:
A. physical properties B. number of electrons
C. number of atoms in one molecule D. its combining capacity

138. NfNjhL fjpHfs; nfhz;bUg;gJ:
A. epAl;uhd;fs; B. GNuhl;lhd;fs; C.vyf;l;uhd; fs; D.kPrhd; fs;

Cathode rays contain:
A. neutrons B. protons C. electrons D. Mesons

139. J.J jhd;rdpd; mZ khjpupapd;gb> vjpu; kpd;D}l;lk; MdJ ___________Nghd;w
mikg;gpy; cs;sJ:
A. jpushd NeHkpd;Rik B. jpushd eLepiy kpd;Rik
C. jpushd rpW mZf;fs; D. mZf; fU

According to J.J Thomson’s atomic model, negative charges are embedded in:
A. a lump of positive charge B. a lump of neutral particles
C. a lump of small atoms D. the nucleus

140. epyf;fupapd; ntt;NtW tiffs; jdJ ______________ apy; NtWgLfpd;wd.
A. fhh;gd; cs;slf;fk; B. <ug;gjk;
C. fhh;gd;fspd; vz;zpf;if D. MtpahFk; jd;ik

The different varieties of coal differ in their:
A. carbon content B. Moisture C. number of carbons D. volatile nature
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141. kUj;Jt jd;ik nfhz;l jhtuq;fs; __________________ vd; W
miof;fg;gLfpd;wd.
A. thrid jhtuq; fs; B. %ypif jhtuq;fs;
C. ,UGw ntbfdp jhtuq; fs; D. gUg;G tiffs;

Plants that have medicinal properties are known as __________________.
A. scented plants B. herbal plants C. legumes D. pulses

142. jhtuq;fis kl;Lk; cz;Zk; tpyq;Ffs; ______________ vd;W
miof;fg;gLfpd;wd.
A. jhtu cz;zpfs; B. CDz;zpfs;
C. fhh;gpNthu]; D. midj; Jz;zpfs;

Animals which feed only on plants are called ______________.
A. herbivores B. Carnivores C. carbivores D. omnivores

143. ahidapd; Jk;gpf;if _____________ d; khWgl;l tbtkhFk;.
A. Nfhiug; gw; fs; B. Kd; filtha; g; gw; fs;
C. ntl; Lg; gw; fs; D. filtha; g;gw;fs;

Tusks are the modified _____________ of elephant.
A. canines B. Premolars C. incisors D. molars

144. jkpo;ehl;bd; ________________ khtl;lk; Nfhopg;gz;izj; njhopYf;Fg; Gfo;
tha;e;jJ.
A. fUh; B. ehkf;fy; C. flY}h; D. Nryk;

___________ district in Tamilnadu is famous for poultry industry.
A. Karur B. Namakkal C. Cuddalore D. Salem

145. _________ xU nry; G+Q;ir MFk; kw;Wk; ,J Mf;rp[d; ,y; yhj Kiwapy;
Rthrpj; J My; `fhiy cw;gj; jp nra; fpwJ.
A. fhshd; B. ngdprpypak; C. <];l; D. ghrpf;fhshd;

__________ is one-celled fungus and respires anaerobically to produce alcohol.
A. Mushroom B. Penicillium C. Yeast D. Lichens

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146. czT gjg;gLj;Jjypy; __________________ Kiwapy; cztpYs; s ePH
mfw;wg;gLfpwJ.
A. cg;gpypLjy; B. ntg; gkhf; Fjy; C. ciwaitj;jy; D. cyh; j; jy;

In food preservation, _______________ method involves the removal of water from the food.
A. salting B. heating C. freezing D. drying

147. kdpjHfspd; gaDf;fhf jhtuq;fisAk; tpyq;FfisAk; tsHj;jiyg; gw;wpa
mwptpay; gpupT
A. kPd; tsh; j;jy; B. Njhl; lf; fiy
C. gl;Lg;G+r;rp tsh;j;jy; D. tptrhak;

Science that deals with the growth of plants and animals for human use is called _________.
A. pisciculture B. horticulture C. sericulture D. agriculture

148. 1665 -,y; nry; ________________ My; fz;Lgpbf;fg;gl;lJ
A. md;ld; ypNahtd; `Pf; B. uhgh;l; `Pf;
C. Vh;d;];l; &jh;Nghh;l; D. uhgh;l; gpuTd

Cell was discovered by ________________ in 1665.
A. Anton Van Leuwenhoek B. Robert Hooke
C. Ernest Rutherford D. Robert Brown

149. kdpj clypy;> fZf;fhy; vYk;Gfs; _________________ %l;Lf;F vLj;Jfhl;lhFk;.
A. fpisbq; %l; L B. rhf;nfl; %l;L
C. Row; rpjhd %l; L D. fPy; %l; L

In human beings, tarsal bones are the example of _________________ joint.
A. gliding B. socket C. pivot D. hinge

150. kdpj ,uj; jj;jpYs;s `PNkhFNshgpDld; tpidGupe; J fhHghf; rp`PNkhFNshgpid
cUthf;FtJ _______________ .
A. fhh;gd;il Mf;i]L B. iel;u[d; Mf;i]L
C. fhh;gd; Nkhdhf;irL D. ry;gh; il Mf;i]L

_________ reacts with haemoglobin in human blood forming carboxyhaemoglobin.
A. Carbon-dioxide B. Nitrogen oxide C. Carbon monoxide D. Sulphur dioxide
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