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Part - I (General Intelligence & Reasoning)


I(
)
Directions (1 8) : Select the related word/
number from the given alternatives.

5.

BUCKET : ACTVBDJLDFSU : : BONUS : ?


(A) ACMNMOTVRT

(1 8)

(B) SUNOBONUST
(C) ACNPMOTVRT

1.

West : NorthEast : : South : ?

(D) ACMNMOTURT
6.

(A) East /

(A) KJOH

(B) KJTH

(B) North /

(C) KJHO

(D) KJHQ

(C) NorthWest /

7.

(D) SouthEast /
2.

CDFK : XWUP : : PQSL : ?

Intellingentsia : Elitist : : ?
8.
(A) Outer shell : Sea Shell

(B) Gentry : Public

9 : 14 : : ? : 26
(A) 12

(B) 13

(C) 15

(D) 31

2 5 9 : 13 16 20 : : 1 4 8 : ?
(A) 31 61 20

(B) 12 15 20

(C) 21 25 29

(D) 12 15 19

Directions (9-16) : Find the odd number/letters/


word pair from the given responses.
(C) Commonality : Common class

(D) Rabble : Plebeian

3.

Sympathy : Virtue : : Cruelty : ?

(A) Animosity /

(9-16)
9.
10.

11.

(B) Kindness /

12.

13.
(B) Thief : Burglar
14.

(D) Mishap : Catastrophe

(D) 1236

(A) 6958

(B) 7948

(C) 6895

(D) 9783

(A) Ammonia /

(D) Manure /

(A) Crime : Degree

(C) Police : Prison

(C) 2346

(C) Nitrogen /

(D) Vice /
Misdemeanour : Felony : : ?

(B) 5686

(B) Potash /

(C) Emotion /

4.

(A) 4566

(A) IMF

(B) SAARC

(C) UNICEF

(D) WHO

(A) Stone /

(B) Sand /

(C) Cement /

(D) Rock /

(A) Haldighati /
(B) Panipat /
(C) Sarnath /
(D) Kurukshetra /

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15.
16.

(A) ADBEC

(B) FIGJH

(C) KNLOM

(D) PRTSQ

(A) EEEE

(B ) DDDD

(C) BB

(D) I I I I I I I I I

24.

"CREDITABLE"

Directions : In questions no. 17 to 21, a series


is given, with one term missing. Choose the
correct alternative from the given ones that
will complete the series.
17

How many pairs of letters are there in the


word "CREDITABLE" which have as many
letters between them as they have in
alphabetical series ?

(A) One /

21
(B) Two /
(C) Three /

17.

18.

19.

20.

21.

22.

6, 11, 21, 36, 56, ?

(D) More than three /

(A) 42

(B) 81

(C) 51

(D) 91

25.

Arrange the following numbers according


to accending order ?

0, 2, 8, 14, ?, 34, 48
(A) 25

(B) 23

(C) 20

(D) 24

1, 5, 21, 57, 121, ?

1.

Atomic age /

2.

Metallic age /

(A) 221

(B) 212

3.

Stone age /

(C) 231

(D) 241

4.

Alloy age /

109, 74, 46, 25, 11, ?


(A) 36

(B) 0

(C) 11

(D) 4

2 + 2, 6 + 3, 12 + 4, 20 + 5, 30 + 6, ?
(A) 40 + 7

(B) 40 + 8

(C) 42 + 7

(D) 45 + 7

26.

Which one set of letters when sequentially


placed at the gaps in the given letter series
shall complete it ?

(A) 1, 3, 4, 2

(B) 2, 3, 1, 4

(C) 3, 2, 4, 1

(D) 4, 3, 2, 1

In a certain code language "EXECUTIVE"


is written as "TCIEUXVEE". How would
"MAUSOLEUM" be written in that code
language ?
"EXECUTIVE"
"TCIEUXVEE"
"MAUSOLEUM"

_ aba _ cabc _ dcba _ bab _ a

23.

(A) abcdd

(B) bcadc

(C) cbdaa

(D) abdca

From the given alternative words select


the word which cannot be formed using
the letters of the given word.

27.

(A) LSEUOAUMM

(B) AUUCOSLMM

(C) AUEUOSEMM

(D) SLUEOAUMM

In a certain code language "JNU" is


written as "101714132106". How would
"PUSA" be written in that code language ?
"JNU"

"101714132106"
"PUSA"

(A) 1611210619080126
(B) 1611210619080162

UNDERESTIMATED
(A) TIMER

(B) ESTEEM

(C) 1611210619086201

(C) EARTH

(D) DIRT

(D) 1161216019080126

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28.

Arrange the following number a according


to accending order ?

1.

Epitaxy

2. Episode

3.

Epigene

4. Epitome

5.

Epilogue

(A) 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

(B) 3, 2, 1, 5, 4

(C) 3, 5, 2, 1, 4

(D) 1, 3, 2, 5, 4

33.

Directions (29-31) : Find the missing number


from the given responses.
(29-31) :

34.

Identify the diagram that best represents


the relationship among the classes given
below. Females, Mothers and Sisters.

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

Study the figure carefully and answer the


question.

29.

(A) 2

(B) 8

(C) 12

(D) 4
Which letters represent the Artists who are
neither Scientists nor Doctors?

30.

(A) 115

(B) 82

(C) 135

(D) 57

31.

32.

(A) 1

(B) 3

(C) 2

(D) 0

35.

If 'K' means '', 'B' means '', 'T' means ''


and 'M' means '+' then, 40 B 8 T 6 M 3 K 4 = ?
'K'
''

'', 'B'
'M'

'+',

'', 'T'
40 B 8 T 6 M 3 K 4 = ?

(A) 19

(B) 11

(C) 31

(D) 23

(A) A and B / A

(B) A and L / A

(C) B and G / B

(D) L and H / L

If it was Saturday on December 17, 1899.


Then what will be the day on December 22,
1901 ?
17

1899

22

1901
(A) Friday /
(B) Saturday /
(C) Sunday /
(D) None of these /

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39. Three forms of a dice are shown below.
36. How many triangles are there in the figure ?
Which letter will on the surface opposite to
the letter 'A' ?
'A'

37.

(A) 15
(B) 19
(C) 22
(D) 24
Which answer figure will be completed to
the question figure ?
40.
Question figure :

(A) H
(B) P
(C) B
(D) M
A piece of paper is folded and cut as shown
below in the question figures. From the
given answer figures, indicate how it will

Answer figure :

38.

From the given answer figures, select the


one in which the question figure is hidden/
embedded.

41.

If a mirror is placed on the line AB, then


which of the answer figures is the right
AB

Question Figure:

Answer Figures:
:

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42.

From the following group of figures, classify


those figures which are related to each
other in any way.

44.

Statement : /
Some pins are clips.
Some clips are pens.

Conclusions : /
I.

Some pins are pens.

II. Some pins are not pens.

(A) 1, 5, 7; 2, 3, 8; 4, 6, 9
(B) 3, 7, 6; 1, 8, 4; 2, 5, 9
(C) 1, 4, 9; 2, 5, 6; 3, 7, 8
(D) 1, 2, 6; 3, 4, 5; 7, 8, 9
Directions (43-44) : One or two statements are
given followed by some conclusions. You have
to consider the two statements to be true even
if they seem to be at variance from commonly
known facts. You have to decide which of the
given conclusions, if any, follow from the given
statements.
(43-44) :

(A) Both I and II follow.


I

II

(B) Only I follows


I
(C) Only II follows
II
(D) None of these
45.

In a row of students, Geeta is 16th from left


and Sita is 18 t h fro m rig ht. After
interchanging their positions, Sita is 25 th
from right. How many students are there in
the row ?
16

43.

18

Statement : /
Ancient system changes and new system
takes its place.

Conclusions : /
I. Change is the law of nature.
II. Sacrifice old thoughts as they are
obsolete.

25

46.

(A) 37

(B) 38

(C) 44

(D) 40

Point B is 4 meters north of point A. Point E


is 8 meters east of point B. Point C is 5
meters east of point A. Point D is 9 meters
west of point C. Then how much distance it
is required to be covered to go from point A
to point D ?

(A) Only conclusion I follows.


I
(B) Only conclusion II follows.
II
(C) Either conclusion I or conclusion II
follows.
I II
(D) Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II
follows.
I

II

B,

E,
C,

5
A

(A) 4 meters / 4
(B) 9 meters / 9
(C) 5 meters / 5
(D) 14 meters / 14

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47.

Pointing towards a boy, Meena said, "He is


the only son of the only child of my paternal
grandfather. "How is that boy related to
Meena ?

(A) Cousin /
(B) Uncle /
(C) Sister /
48.

(D) Brother /
Average age of a family of 6 members is
22 years. If the age of the youngest member
is 7 years, then what was the average age
of the family at the time of birth of this
member ?
6
22

50.

A word is represented by only one set of


numbers as g ive n in any one o f the
alternatives. The sets of numbers given in
the alternatives are represented by two
classes of alphabets as in two matrices
given below. The columns and rows of
Matrix-I are numbered from 0 to 4 and that
of Matrix-II are numbered from A to E. A
letter from these matrices can be
represented first by its row and next by its
column. e.g., '1' can be represent ed by
AA, BD, CC e t c , a n d ' P' c a n b e
represented by 00, 12, 44 etc. Similarly,
you have to identify the set for the word
given below : "

"

49.

(A) 20
(B) 15
(C) 18
(D) None of these /
Identify the answer figure that completes
the pattern in the question figure.

-I
0

-II

E
'1'

AA, BD, CC

'P'

00, 12, 44
"

"

Question Figure :
:

Answer Figures :
:

(A) CA, 13, 14, 04

(B) 14, BE, 01, 04

(C) DC, 20, 22, 10

(D) 43, 41, EB, 40

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Part - II (Quantitative Aptitude)


)
51.

Which one of the following is not correct ?

56.

(A) (sec2 1)(1 cosec2) = 1


(B) sin2 + cos2 = 1
(C)

sin q
1 + cos q
2
+
=
1 + cos q
sin q
sin q

A cricket batsman had a certain average of


runs for his 11 innings. In the 12th inning,
he made a score of 90 runs and thereby his
average of runs was decreased by 5. His
average of runs after 12th innings is
11
12

(D) cos2 sin2 = cos


52.

A person has only ` 1 and ` 2 coins with


her. If the total number of coins that she
has is 50 and the amount of money with
her is ` 75, then the number of ` 1 and ` 2
coins are respectively
`1
50

53.

54.

`2

57.

(C) 145

(D) 140

The percentage of profit, when an article is

` 69

` 78

(A) ` 49
58.

(B) ` 51

(C) ` 57
(D) ` 60
The angle of elevation of the top of a tower
from a point on the ground is 45. Moving
21 m directly towards the base of the tower
the angle of elevation change to 60. What
is the height of the tower ?
45

21
60

59.

55.

(B) 150

for ` 69. The cost price of the article is

(A) (11 + 13)


(B) (13 11)
(C) (11 13)
(D) (13 + 2 11)
A candidate who gets 20% marks fails by
10 marks but another candidate who gets
42% marks gets 12% more than the passing
marks. Find the maximum marks.
20%
10
42%
12%
(A) 50
(B) 100
(C) 150
(D) 200
The ratio of the age of a father to that of his
son is 5 : 2. If the product of their ages in
years is 1000, then the father's age after
10 years will be
5:2
1000
10
(A) 50
(B) 60
(C) 80
(D) 100

(A) 155

12

sold for ` 78 is twice than when it is sold

` 75

`1
`2
(A) 15 and 25 / 15
25
(B) 35 and 15 / 35
15
(C) 30 and 20 / 30
20
(D) 25 and 25 / 25
25
If a number is divisible by both 11 and 13,
then number must be necessarily divisible
by
11
13

90
5

(A) 48 m /

(B) 49 m /

(C) 50 m /

(D) 51 m /

The circumference of a circle is equal to


the perimeter of a rectangle. The length
and the breadth of the rectangle are 45 cm
and 43 cm respectively. What is the half
the radius of the circle ?
45

43

(A) 56 cm /

(B) 14 cm /

(C) 28 cm /

(D) 7 cm /

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60.

The compound interest on ` 6000 for 3 years


at 8% for first year, 10% for second year and
12% for third year is
` 6000 3
8%
12%

61.

64.

10%

(A) ` 1982.18

(B) ` 1986.93

(C) ` 1933.25

(D) ` 1983.36

A boat goes downstream in one-third the


time it takes to go upostream. Then the
ratio between the speed of boat in still
water and that of the stream is
65.

62.

(A) 3 : 1

(B) 1 : 3

(C) 1 : 5

(D) 2 : 1

Neha and Sneha started moving at the


same time from the same place for a
certain destination. Sneha is walking at
5/6 t h of Neha's speed and reached the
destination 1 hour 15 minutes after Neha,
Sneha reached the destination in

A ladder leans against a vertical wall. Top


of the ladder is 8 m above the ground. When
the bottom of the ladder is moved 2 m
further away from the wall, the top of the
ladder rests against the foot of the wall.
What is the length of the ladder ?
2

(A) 10 m /

(B) 15 m /

(C) 17 m /

(D) 20 m /

If a wire is bent into the shape of a square


the area of the square is 81 sq. cm. When
the same wire is bent into a semicircular
shape, then area of the semicircle will be
81
(A) 154 cm2 /
(C) 44 cm2 /

66.

2
2

(B) 77 cm2 /

(D) 22 cm2 /

If 2x + 3. 42x 5 = 23x + 7, the value of x is


2x + 3. 42x 5 = 23x + 7

5/6

15
67.

(A) 6 hours 45 minutes


6

45

(B) 7 hours 15 minutes


7

63.

(B) 4

(C) 6

(D) 7

Find t he volume of a pyramid with a


rectangular base measuring 8 cm by 6 cm
and height 10 cm.
6

15

10

30

(D) 8 hours 15 minutes


8

(A) 3

(C) 7 hours 30 minutes


7

68.

15

The value of furniture is ` 9000. If


depreciation per year is 10% of the value of
the end of each year, the value of furniture
after 3 years will be

(A) 480 cm3 /

(B) 150 cm3 /

(C) 160 cm3 /

(D) 120 cm3 /

The marked price of a mixie is ` 1600. The


shopkeeper gives successive discount of
10% and x% to t he custo mer. I f t he
customer pays ` 1224 for the mixie, then
find the value of x.
` 1600

` 9000

10%

10%

x%
` 1224

(A) ` 6561

(B) ` 6300

(A) 12%

(B) 15%

(C) ` 6500

(D) ` 6462

(C) 8%

(D) 10%

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69.

If 10 men or 20 women or 40 children can


do a piece of work in 7 months, then 5 men
5 women and 5 children together can do half
of the work in
10

20

40

73.

1
1

.
x 1 y 1

If a = xb and b = ay, then find the value of

a = xb

b = ay

(A) 4 months /

1
1

x 1 y 1

(A) 2 ab

(B) 1

(C) a

(D) b

Direction (7475) : Study the following graph


and answer the questions.

(B) 5 months /
(C) 8 months /

(7475) :

(D) 6 months /
70.

A chord length 30 cm is at distance of 8 cm


from the centre of a circle. The radius of
the circle is
30

71.

(A) 23 cm /

(B) 21 cm /

(C) 19 cm /

(D) 17 cm /

AB and CD are two parallel chords of a circle


such that AB = 10 cm and CD = 24 cm. If
the chords are on the opposite sides of the
cent re and distance between them is
17 cm, then the radius of the circle is
AB

CD

AB = 10

CD = 24

17
(A) 12 cm /

(B) 13 cm /

(C) 10 cm /

(D) 11 cm /

74.

72.

If

x
2

x 2x 1

1
1
3
, then the value of x 3
3
x

In which year there has been a maximum


perce ntag e increase in th e amount
invested in raw materials as compared to
the previous year ?

is
(A) 2011

x 2 2x 1 3

(A) 110

(B) 125

(C) 27

(D) 81

1
x3

(B) 2012
(C) 2013
(D) None of these /

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75.

What was the difference between the


average amount invested in raw materials
during the given period and the average
value of sales of finished goods during this
period ?

80.

x
y
ab
If a = x + y and b = x - y , then
is
a +b
equal to
a=

x
x +y

b=

y
x -y

xy
(A)

(A) ` 62.5 lakhs /


(B) ` 68.5 lakhs /

(D) None of these /

81.

In triangle XYZ, Y = 90, XY = 7, YZ = 24


and X Z = 25, which rat io represents
cos X .
XYZ Y = 90, XY = 7, YZ = 24
XZ = 25, cos X
7
24

(A)

(B)

7
25

24
24
(D)
25
7
In a trapezium ABCD, AB DC and P and Q
are mid points of AD and BC respectively. If
AB = 12 cm and PQ = 14 cm, then the length
(in cm) of CD is
ABCD AB DC
P
Q
AD
BC
AB = 12
PQ = 14
CD
(A) 26
(B) 16
(C) 28
(D) 13

78.

The value of

82.

3
2

tan(x y) =

x
(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(B)

2
5

3
6
(D)
10
7
The cross section of a canal is a trapezium
in shape. If the canal is 20 m wide at the
top and 12 m wide at the bottom and the
area of the cross-section is 640 sq. m, find
the length of the cross section.

(A) 80 m /
83.

1
5

12
640
(B) 40 m /

(C) 60 m /
(D) 70 m /
If p is a prime then the LCM of p and (p + 1)
is
p
p
(p + 1)
(A) p2

1
3
If sin (x + y) =
and then tan(x y) =
,
3
2
then the value of x is
sin (x + y) =

y 2

(D)
x + y

20

is

79.

x 2 + y2
xy

(C)

cos(90 - q )cos q
+ cos2(90 q )
tan q

cos(90 - q )cos q
+ cos2(90 q )
tan q
(A) 0
(B) 1
(C) 2
(D) 3

(B)

One diagonal of a rhombus is 60% of the


other diagonal. Then area of the rhombus
is how many times the square of the length
of the longer diagonal ?
60%

(A)

(C)
77.

x +y

x
(C) x + y

(C) ` 71.5 lakhs /

76.

ab
a +b

(B) (p + 1)2

p( p + 1)
(D) p(p + 1)
2
In a class, the number of boys is more than
the number of girls by 12% of the total
strength. The ratio of boys to girls is
(C)

84.

12%
(A) 11 : 14
(C) 25 : 28

(B) 14 : 11
(D) 28 : 25

10

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85.

A vendor buys oranges at ` 2 for 3 oranges


and sells them at a rupee each. To make a

89.

profit of ` 10 he must sell


`2

3
` 10

The radii of two concentric circles are


13 cm and 8 cm AB is a diameter of the
bigger circle and BD is a tangent to the
smaller circle touching it at D and the
bigger circle at E. Point A is joined to D.
The length of AD is
13

(A) 10 oranges /

AB

BD
D

(B) 20 oranges /

AD

(C) 30 oranges /
86.

(D) 40 oranges /

(A) 20 cm /

(B) 19 cm /

Two trains, each of length 125 metre, are


running in parallel tracks in opposite
directions. One train is running in a speed
65 km/hr and they cross each other in
6 seconds. The speed of the other train is

(C) 18 cm /

(D) 17 cm /

90.

125

If a merchant offers a discount of 40% on


the marked price of his goods and thus ends
up selling at cost price, what was the
percentage mark up ?
40%

65
6

(A) 75 km/hr / 75
(B) 85 km/hr / 85

91.

(C) 95 km/hr / 95
(D) 105 km/hr / 105
87.

If 4 men or 6 women can do a place of work


in 12 days working 7 hours a day. How many
day will it take to complete a work twice as
large with 10 men and 3 women working
together 8 hours a day ?
4
10

88.

6
3

(B) 7

(C) 8

(D) 10

BC

A
(A) 36

(B) 40

(C) 45

(D) 55

(D) 58.33%

A tank can be filled by a tap in 20 minutes


and by another tap in 60 minute. Both taps
are kept open for 10 minutes and then the
first tap is shut off. After this the tank will
be completely filled in

60

92.

are 120 and 105, then the vertical


the triangle is of measure
120

(C) 66.66%

10

12

The exterior angles obtained on producing


the base BC of a triangle ABC in both ways

ABC

(B) 40%

20

(A) 6

(A) 28.57 %

105

A of

(A) 15 min /

(B) 18 min /

(C) 20 min /

(D) 25 min /

If x + y + z = 18, xy + yz + zx = 108, then


x 4y z
is equal to
3z
x + y + z = 18, xy + yz + zx = 108
x 4y z
3z
(A) 0

(B) 1

(C) 2

(D) 1

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93.

50 persons can do a work in 12 days,


working 6 hours/ day. 60 persons can do
the same work in 8 days working x hours
per day. The value of x is
50

12
60

Two trains of same length are running on


parallel tracks in opposite directions with
speed 65 km/hr and 85 km/hr respectively.
They cross each other in 6 seconds. The
lenghts of each train is

65

85

x
(B) 7

(A) 15

(C) 5

97.

2
3

1
2

6
(A) 100 m /
(B) 115 m /
(C) 125 m /
(D) 150 m /
Direction (98 100) : Study the following bar
diagram and answer the equations.
(98 100) :

(D) 5
1
2
1
5
7
is
20 8
1
2
1
6
6
2

94.

That value of

1
2
1
5
7
20 8
1
2
1
6
6
2

95.

(A) 0
(B) 4
(C) 3
(D) 2
The simple interest at x% for x year will be
` x on the sum of
x

x%

`x
(A) ` x
(C) `
96.

(B) ` 100x

100
x

(D) `

100

x2
A, B and C enter into a partnership with

shares in th e rati o

7 4 6
: : . A fter
2 3 5

4 months, A increases his share by 50%. If


the total profit at the end of the year was
` 45900, then the B's share in the profit
will be
A, B

7 4 6
: :
2 3 5
4

50%
` 45900
(A) ` 4700
(C) ` 7700

98.

B
(B) ` 5300
(D) ` 8500

99.

I n which year was the value per t on


minimum ?
(A) 2011
(B) 2012
(C) 2013
(D) 2015
What was the % drop in export quantity from
2011 to 2012 ?
2011 2012

(A) 25%
(B) 50%
(C) 75%
(D) 0%
100. In which two years was the value per ton

A
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

2014 and 2015 / 2014


2013 and 2014 / 2013
2012 and 2013 / 2012
2011 and 2012 / 2011

2015
2014
2013
2012

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Part - III (General Awareness)


III (
)
101. In whose honour Gateway of India was
built ?

106. The tropic of Cancer does not pass through


(A) Egypt /

(A) King George V /


(B) King George VI /

(B) India /

V
VI

(C) Prince of Wales /


(D) Queen Victoria /
102. Who had made Allabhabad the emergency
headquarter in 1857 ?
1857

(C) Iran /
(D) Myanmar /
107. A closed economy is one which
(A) Does not trade with other countries
(B) Does n ot posses any mean s of
international transport

(A) Lord Canning


(B) Lord Cornwallis

(C) Does not have a coastal line

(C) Lord Wellesley

(D) Is not a member of the U.N.O.


108. In which of the following iron-ores, the
highest quantity of iron is found ?

(D) Lord William Bentinck


103. Pungency in chillies is due to the presence
of

(A) FeCO3
(B) Fe2O3
(C) Fe3O4
(D) FeS 2
109. Which one of the following is used in the
treatment of blood cancer ?

(A) Lycopine /
(B) Capsaicine /
(C) Carotene /
(D) Anthocyanin /
104. The last Mughal Emperor was Bahadur
Shah. His fathers name was

(A) Iodine 131 /

131

(B) Sodium 24 /

24

(C) Phosphorus 32 /
(A) Akbar Shah I /

(B) Akbar Shah II /

II

(C) Aurangzeb /
(D) Shahjahan /
105. Which one of the following is a cold current
of the South Pacific Ocean ?

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(D) Cobalt 60 /
60
110. Which one of the following statements is
correct ?
(A) The Constitution of India is Presidential
(B) India is a titular monarchy.

(A) Canary current /

(C) India is an aristocracy

(B) Benguela current /


(C) Agulhas current /

(D) India is Parliamentary democracy

(D) Brazil current /

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111. Elasticity (e) expressed by the formula
1 > e > 0 is
1>e>0
(e)
(A) Perfectly elastic
(B) Relatively elastic
(C) Perfectly inelastic
(D) Relatively inelastic
112. The first Muslim President of the Indian
National Congress was
(A) Abdul Kalam Azad
(B) Rafi Ahmed Kidwai

116. Environment refers to


(A) the natural world of land, water air,
plants and animals that exist around it.

(B) the sum total of conditions which


surrounded man at a given point of
time.

(C) the interacting system of physical,


biological and cultural elements which
are interlined.

(D) all of the above


117. The book Kargil : Turning the Tide is
written by

(C) M.A. Ansari


(D) Badruddin Tyyabji
113. The First Speaker against whom a vote of
no confidence was moved in the Lok Sabha
was

(A) B.R. Jhakhad /


(B) G.V. Mavlankar /
(C) Hukum Singh /
(D) H.S. Hegde /
114. Which one of the following Indian rivers
forms an estuary ?

(A) Mohinder Puri /


(B) Anita Nair /
(C) Chetan Bhagat /
(D) Durjoy Datta /
118. Environmental degradation means
(A) o verall lo wering o f en viron ment
qualities
(B) adverse changes brought in by human
activities
(C) eco log ical i mbalance because o f
ecological diversity

(A) Godavari /
(B) Kaveri /

(D) all of the above

(C) Tapti /
(D) Mahanadi /
115. Who will decide the Office of Profit ?
(A) President and Governor
(B) Union Parliament
(C) Supreme Court
(D) Union Public Service Commission

119. Vande mataram became the theme song of


the Indian National Movement during

(A) Champaran Movement


(B) Civil Disobedience Movement
(C) Non-Cooperation Movement
(D) Swadeshi Movement

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120. Which one of the following areas of India
does not come under the zone of high
seismic intensity ?

124. The Parliament can make law for the whole


or any part of India for implementing
International Treaties

(A) Uttaranchal
(A) with the consent of all the states
(B) Karnatak Plateau
(B) with the consent of majority of states
(C) Kachch
(D) Himachal Pradesh
121. Who coined the term Hindu rate of growth
for Indian economy ?

(C) with the consent of the states concerned


(D) without the consent of any state
125. B lue g reen algae are chiefly used as
biofertiliser in the crop of

(A) A.K. Sen


(B) Kirit S. Parikh
(C) Raj Krishna
(D) Montek Singh Ahluwalia

(A) Wheat /

(B) Gram /

(C) Paddy /
(D) Mustard /
126. Which one of the following is an important
source of Vitamin E ?
E
(A) Palm oil /

122. Who among the following presided over the


Karachi Session of the Indian National
Congress ?

(B) Coconut oil /


(C) Wheat germ oil /
(D) Mustard oil /
127. Dynamo is a device, which converts

(A) Jawahar Lal Nehru


(A) chemical energy into electrical energy
(B) J.M. Sengupta
(C) S.C. Bose
(D) Vallabhbhai Patel
123. Which of the following is not included in the
Directive Principles of State Policy ?

(A) Prohibition of liquor

(B) ele ct rical energy i nt o mech anical


energy
(C) mechanical energy i nt o elec trical
energy
(D) electrical energy into chemical energy
128. Which of the following is chiefly present in
LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas) ?

(B) Right to work


(A) Methane /
(C) Equal wage for equal work
(D) Right to information

(B) Ethane /
(C) Propane /
(D) Butane /

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129. The bac teria respo nsible for fix ing
133. A supply functio n express es th e
nitrogen in soyabean is
relationship between

(A) Rhizobium leguminoserum

(B) Rhizobium japonicum

(C) Rhizobium phaseoli

(A) price and output


(B) price and selling cost
(C) price and demand
(D) price and consumption

(D) Rhizobium trifolii

130. Which one of the following propounded that


destiny determines everything, man is
powerless ?

134. Goo ds w hich are m eant either fo r


consumption or for investment are called

(A) Final goods /


(B) Giffen goods /
(A) Jainas /
(B) Buddhists /
(C) Ajivakas /
(D) Mimansakas /

(C) Inferior goods /


(D) Intermediate goods /
135. Elasticity of demand with respect to price
is

131. Which of the following rivers have almost


the same point of beginning ?
(A) elasticity =

(A) Brahmaputra and Ganga

(B) Tapi and Beas

% change in demand
% change in price

=
% change in price
(B) elasticity = % change in demand

(C) Brahmaputra and Indus


=
(D) Indus and Ganga
(C) elasticity =

% change in demand
% change in supply

132. In which State the Nelong Valley is located ?


=
(A) Himachal Pradesh /
(B) Sikkim /

(D) elasticity =

% change in supply
% change in price

(C) Jammu and Kashmir /


(D) Uttarakhand /

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136. Growth of the baby in the uterus is found 140. Which among the following coal contains
using
more than 90 percent carbon ?
90
(A) X-rays /
(B) Gamma rays /
(C) Ultra sound /
(D) Ultraviolet rays /
137. The fish catch by Indian fishermen in the
international waters are part of the GDP
of

(A) Sri Lanka


(B) India and Sri Lanka
(C) India
(D) India and Indonesia
138. What is the source of electrical energy in
an artificial satellite ?
(A) Solar cells
(B) Mini nuclear reactor

(A) Anthracite /
(B) Bituminous /
(C) Lignite /
(D) Peat /
141. We obtain turmeric from which part of the
plant ?

(A) Stem /

(B) Root /

(C) Fruit /

(D) Flower /

142. An insect-catching plant is

(A) Australian Acacia

(B) Smilax

(C) Nepenthes

(D) Nerium

143. Scurvy is caused due to the deficiency of

(C) Dynamo
(A) Vitamin D /
(D) Thermopile

(B) Vitamin K /
(C) Vitamin E /

139. Which one of the following is not an


objective of Fiscal Policy in India ?

(D) Vitamin C /
144. Quartz is made of

(A) Full Employment

(A) Calcium Sulphate

(B) Price Stability

(B) Calcium Silicate

(C) Equitable Distribution of Wealth and


Incomes

(C) Sodium Sulphate

(D) Regulation of International Trade

(D) Sodium Silicate

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145. An earth satellite is kept moving in its orbit. 148. Bedaquiline, a newly launched vaccine by
It is due to the phenomenon of centripetal
health M in istry , is rela te d with the
force provided by
treatment of which disease ?

(A) t he ro cket e ng ine pro pe lling the


satellite

(A) Zika virus disease

(B) the gravitational attraction of the Earth


on the satellite

(B) Tuber culosis

(C) the gravitational attraction of the Sun


on the satellite

(C) Ebola virus disease

(D) the gravitational attraction of satellite


on Earth

(D) Swine flu

146. Uri-1 and Dulhasti power projects are


related to which state of India ?
1

149. Recently, which country among the SAARC


nat ion s, decided t o o pt out from
the execution of famous SAARC satellite
project ?

(A) Jammu and Kashmir


(B) Himachal Pradesh

(A) Pakistan /
(B) India /

(C) Uttarakhand
(C) Sri Lanka /
(D) Punjab
147. In the 64th Miss Universe Competition, the
winner Pia Alonoz Wurtzback belongs to

(D) Nepal /
150. Patty Duke, who passed away recently, was
related to which field ?

(A) Philippines /

(A) Acting /

(B) Columbia /

(B) Journalism /

(C) U.S.A. /

(C) Sports /

(D) France /
(D) Politics /

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Part - IV (English Language)


Direction : In Question nos. 151 to 155, some
part of the sentences have errors and some are
correct. Find out which part of a sentence has
an error and blacken the oval [ ] corresponding
to the appropriate letter (A), (B), (C) and (D). If a
sentence is free from error, blacken the oval
corresponding to 'No error' in the Answer Sheet.
151. Its just his class, we see it weeks after
weeks.
(A) Its just his class,
(B) we see
(C) it weeks after weeks
(D) No error
152. In spite pressure, nursery norms may
remain similar to last year.
(A) similar to last year
(B) No error
(C) nursery norms may remain
(D) Inspite pressure,
153. The discharge of pollutants have created an
artificial lake.
(A) have created
(B) The discharge of pollutants
(C) No error
(D) an artificial lake
154. The site plan which was produced was very
unsatisfactory natured.
(A) very unsatisfactory natured
(B) The site plan
(C) which was produced was
(D) No error
155. I asked her that if she knew that the land
was not her jurisdiction.
(A) that if she knew that
(B) No error
(C) the land was not her jurisdiction
(D) When I asked her
Directions : In Question nos. 156 to 160,
sentences given with blanks are to be filled in
with an appropriate word. Four alternatives are
suggested for each question. Choose the correct
alternative out of the four and indicate it by
blackening the appropriate oval [ ] in the
Answer Sheet.
156. The Prime Minister of England called
_______ President of America.
(A) i n
(B) out
(C) on
(D) at

157. The food that an average Indian eats has


been found to be deficient _______ vitamins
and proteins.
(A) of
(B) from
(C) with
(D) i n
158. _______ a walk in the morning will improve
your health.
(A) Going to
(B) Go to
(C) Go for
(D) Going for
159. Are you really desirous _______ visiting
Japan?
(A) of
(B) i n
(C) to
(D) about
160. When I was speaking to Rani over the
phone suddenly we were _______.
(A) hung up
(B) run out
(C) broken down
(D) cut off
Direction: In Question nos. 161 to 168, a
sentence/ a part of the sentence is underlined.
Below are given alternatives to the underlined
part at (A), (B), (C) which may improve the
sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In
case no improvement is needed your answer is
(D). Mark your answer in the Answer Sheet.
161. John had told me that he hasnt done it yet.
(A) told
(B) tells
(C) was telling
(D) No improvement
162. She cries forever.
(A) mostly everytime
(B) day in and day out
(C) pretty frequently
(D) No improvement
163. They left the hotel by car where they had
been staying .
(A) They left the hotel where they had been
staying by a car.
(B) They left where they were staying in a
hotel by car.
(C) In a car they left where they were
staying in a hotel.
(D) No improvement.
164. Hoping not to be disturbed, I sat down in my
easy chair to read the book, I won as a prize.
(A) I had won as a prize
(B) I have won as prize
(C) I had to win as a prize
(D) No improvement

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165. The Tsunami victims suffered of cholera.
(A) suffered from
(C) suffered in

(B) suffered under


(D) No improvement

166. N ew hi res in t his laboratory sh oul d


anticipate excellent research opportunities
and getting valuable clinical experience.
(A) as well as

(B) and also getting

(C) and obtaining

(D) No improvement

167. After we ate a spectacular nine-course


dinner, three tele visi on s ho ws were
watched by us.
(A) we were watching t hree television
shows
(B) we engaged in the watching of three
shows
(C) we watched three television shows
(D) No improvement
168. Your success for hard work depends on vour
ability.
(A) Your success depends on your ability for
hard working.
(B) Your success depends on your ability of
hard work.
(C) Your success depends on your ability to
work hard.
(D) No improvement
Directions : In Question nos. 169 to 172 out of
the four alternatives, choose the one which best
expresses the meaning of the given word and
mark it in the Answer Sheet.
169. Languid
(A) lacking vigour (B) liberal
(C) tall and thin

(D) negligent

170. Paltry
(A) example

(B) meagre

(C) style

(D) praise

171. Immense
(A) very huge

(B) about to happen

(C) exciting

(D) brilliant

172. Lackadaisical
(A) dull

(B) studious

(C) relaxed

(D) criticizing

Directions : In question nos. 173 to 176, choose


the option opposite in meaning to the given
word and mark it in the Answer Sheet.
173. Emasculate
(A) weaken
(B) enfeeble
(C) set free
(D) strengthen
174. Imbecile
(A) ignoble
(B) important
(C) intelligent
(D) illustrious
175. Proponent
(A) champion
(B) supporter
(C) favouring
(D) opponent
176. Stymie
(A) hinder
(B) block
(C) thwart
(D) help
Directions : In question nos. 177 to 178, four
words are given in each question, out of which
only one word is correctly spelt. Find the
correctly spelt word and mark your answer in
the Answer Sheet.
177. (A) Discrepency
(B) Discrapency
(C) Descrepancy
(D) Discrepancy
178. (A) Osophagus
(B) Oesophagus
(C) Osophegus
(D) Oesophegas
Directions : In Question nos. 179 to 185, out of
the four alternatives, choose the one which can
be substituted for the given words/sentences
and indicate it by blackening the appropriate
oval [ ] in the Answer Sheet.
179. Related to drama and acting
(A) Histrionic
(B) Historical
(C) Historic
(D) History
180. Use funds in a wrongful way
(A) Evince
(B) Evacuate
(C) Embezzle
(D) Espionage
181. State of dreamy meditation
(A) Senility
(B) Reverie
(C) Nap
(D) Melodrama
182. One who precedes
(A) Prude
(B) Precursor
(C) Prudent
(D) Preceptor
183. A wooden or waxen image of human figure
(A) Memento
(B) Midriff
(C) Memorial
(D) Mannequin
184. Help to breathe again
(A) Refurbish
(B) Ramble
(C) Resuscitate
(D) Rebound
185. Painful tightening of a muscle
(A) Spank
(B) Spasm
(C) Sore
(D) Spate

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Direction : In Question nos. 186 to 190, four
alternatives are given for the Idiom/Phrase
underlined in the sentence. Choose the
alternative which best expresses the meaning
of the Idiom/Phrase and mark it in the Answer
Sheet.
186. Eloquent lamentations regarding the fate
of the flora and fauna are certain to be
rendered as a cry in the wilderness.
(A) a cry in vain
(B) an unpleasant situation
(C) a cry with a laughter
(D) a laughter having no end
187. In modern democratic societies lynch law
seems to have become a common feature
in almost all the spheres of life.
(A) law of the parliament
(B) law of the constitution
(C) law of the mob
(D) law of the underworld
188. India must not expect any super power at
the beck and call at the time of attack.
(A) at the service
(B) ask for service
(C) at the back of
(D) call to help
189. The Principal proved to be a wet blanket at
the party of the students.
(A) discouraged from enjoying
(B) damp clothes
(C) blanket wet in the rain
(D) cold blank
190. Seema is a little hard of hearing.
(A) inaudible
(B) disinterested
(C) deaf
(D) insensitive
Direction : In Question nos. 191 to 200, you
have two brief passages with 5 questions each.
Read the passages carefully and choose the
best answer to each question out of the four
alternatives and mark it by blackening the
appropriate oval [ ] in the Answer Sheet.
PASSAGE-1
The capitalist system of society does not
foster healthy relations among human beings. A
few people own all the means of production and
others-though nominally few have to sell their
labour under conditions imposed upon them. The
emphasis of capitalism being on the supreme
importance of material wealth the intensity of
its appeal is to the acquisitive intensity. It

promotes worship of economic power with little


regard to the means employed for its acquisition
and the end that it serves. By its exploitation of
human beings to the limits of endurance its
concentration is on the largest profit rather than
maximum production.
Thus the division of human family is done
on the basis of economic circumstance. All this
is injurious to division of human dignity. And
when the harrowed poor turn to the founders of
religion for succour, they rather offer a subtle
defence of the established order. They promise
future happiness for their present suffering and
conjure up visions of paradise to redress the
balance to soothe the suffering and the revolt of
the tortured men. The system imposes injustice,
the religion justifies it.
191. The passage indicates that the capitalist
system is
(A) fair
(B) ambitious
(C) prosperous
(D) dehumanising
192. The established order is supported by
religion to
(A) alleviate the suffering of the poor in the
capitalist system
(B) perpetuate the injustice imposed by the
capitalist system
(C) balance the suffering of the poor with
hopes of future rewards
(D) help the tortured men to seek redress
193. In a capitalist system
(A) the means justify the ends
(B) the ends justify the means
(C) the means endorsed by religion are
strictly followed
(D) means which lead to exploitation are
strictly prohibited
194. Capitalism is injurious to human relations
because it divides society into two groups,
i.e.
(A) working and non-working
(B) exploiters and exploited
(C) religious and irreligious
(D) buyers and sellers
195. In a capitalistic system of society each man
wishes
(A) to acquire maximum wealth
(B) to produce maximum wealth
(C) to have visions of paradise
(D) to soothe the sufferings of other

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Centres at: MUKHERJEE NAGAR MUNIRKA UTTAM NAGAR DILSHAD GARDEN ROHINI

BADARPUR JAIPUR GURGAON NOIDA


LAXMINAGAR MEERUT VARANASI ROHTAK PANIPAT SONEPAT PATNA AGRA CHANDIGARH LUCKNOW ALLAHABAD

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The stock-taking done at the first national
convection on Consumer Protection served to
highlight the areas that called for special
attention to sustain the momentum of the
movement as genuine forum for safeguarding the
peoples interests. Spreading awareness about
the rights of the consumers and the relief open
to them in case they did not get their moneys
worth of goods and services has rightly been
identified as the first priority.
While this may not be a difficult task in
urban areas, where the movement is convention
at present, taking it to the vast rural hinterland
calls for a multi-media approach in which radio
and television have a crucial role to play. The
invo lv ement of the 500-odd co nsume r
organizations in the country in publicising the
concept of fair trade practices and the remedies
available against their violation will prove
rewarding, if the message is conveyed through
villag e bodies. Government effort s remain
confined at best to setting up the infrastructure
after the formal launch of the movement with
the enactment of the Consumer Protection Act.
The mounting backlog of cases in consumer
courts, points to the need for toning up the
district level redressal machinery.
The main objective of the movement is the
creation of a culture that denies place in the
market for products that are not consumer
friendly. This is possible only if consumer bodies
take over the watch-dog role performed by the
Government till now and exercise social control
over the market to see that the benefits of
liberalization are not reaped by traders alone. But
the plea to industry to exercise self-regulation
and maintain minimum standards of quality and
devise appropriate pricing is bound to go unheeded
unless strict measures are taken to ensure
compliance.

196. The first national convention on Consumer


Protection has
(A) hig hlig hed t he areas for special
attention
(B) spread awareness about consumer
rights
(C) specified in relief open to the consumer
(D) given it a momentum
197. Consumer Protection Act proposes to give
the Consumer Protection against
(A) highly priced substandard goods
(B) cheating by selling substandard goods
(C) not getting his moneys worth
(D) denial of relief if the product is not upto
the mark
198. Government contributed to the Consumer
Protection Movement by
(A) toning up a district level redressal
machinery
(B) clearing the backlog cases in the
consumer court
(C) setting up infrastructure
(D) enactment of the Consumer Protection
Act
199. Spreading Consumer Protection Movement
to the rural areas needs
(A) official patronage
(B) a multi-media approach
(C) consumer organization to canvass this
(D) message to be conveyed by village bodies
200. Role of consumer bodies is
(A) to maintain minimum standards of
quality
(B) to function as a watch-dog
(C) to make a plea to industry to exercise
self-control
(D) to exercise social control over the
market

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