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(B)
9

12
19
(D)
20
20
2.
5 : 2431 : : 8 : ?
(A) 4287
(B) 5461
(C) 7624
(D) 6743
3.
QPON : MLKJ : : XWYV : ?
(A) PQRS
(B) TSRQ
(C) SRQP
(D) GFED
4.
7 : 48 : : 12 : ?
(A) 143
(B) 84
(C) 121
(D) 112
5.
72 : 18 : : 56 : ?
(A) 24
(B) 22
(C) 20
(D) 16
6.
AB : L : : BC : ?
(A) X
(B) V
(C) Y
(D) W
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(B) cht
(C) ifk;k
(D) iQy
8.
: : jk"V
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(A) yksx
(B) tula[;k
(C) Hkwxksy
(D) bfrgkl
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fu:fir djrh gS\
(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

fn, x, fp=k esa f=kHkqtksa dh la[;k Kkr djsaA

(C)

(A) 8
(C) 10
18.

19.

20.

21.

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'kCn@la[;k@v{kj@la[;k ;qXe pqfu, A

9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.

(A) ABT
(B) CEN
(C) TOS
(D) AIO
(A) HkwVku
(B) ckaXykns'k
(C) phu
(D) ikfdLrku
(A) 100
(B) 225
(C) 64
(D) 625
(A) fle
(B) ;w-,l-ch(C) ekWMse
(D) fMLd
(A) ubZ fnYyh
(B) dksydkrk
(C) psbZ
(D) eqEcbZ
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(B) vkyw
(C) I;kt
(D) xktj
6 ds foijhr dkSu&lk vad vk;sxk
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6
1 2

(A) 3
(C) 1

6
3 4

22.

(B) 9
(D) 10 ls vf/d

fn, x, lkj.kh esa ls yqIr la[;k Kkr djsa &


7
11 14
8
? 10
9
10 16
6
10
8
(A) 10
(B) 11
(C) 9
(D) 8
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(A) 280
(B) 480
(C) 720
(D) 1440
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2
3
5
1
4
15
3
8
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(A) 55
(B) 35
(C) 61
(D) 48
10
16
8
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320
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(A) 72
(B) 80
(C) 96
(D) 128
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(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
23.

24.

(B) 4
(D) 5
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5 + 2 12 6 2 = 13
5 + 2 12 6 2 = 10
5 2 + 12 6 2 = 3
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nf{k.k dh vksj pykA vc og vkjafHkd LFkku ls fdruh nwjh


ij gS\
(A) 6 fdeh
(B) 5 fdeh
(C) 7 fdeh
(D) 8 fdeh
fuEufyf[kr 'kCnksa dks 'kCndks"k ds vuqlkj e esa j[ksaA
1.
3.
(A)
(C)

Chemistry
Cheap
2, 1, 3, 4
2, 4, 3, 1

2.
4.
(B)
(D)

Chamber
Cheerful
3, 4, 2, 1
2, 3, 4, 1

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Part - I (General Intelligence)


Directions : In questions no. 1 to 8, select the
related word/letters/number from the given
alternatives.
1.

16.

L 19
I
:
::
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S 12
T
9
(A)
20

20
(B)
9

12
19
(D)
20
20
2.
5 : 2431 : : 8 : ?
(A) 4287
(B) 5461
(C) 7624
(D) 6743
3.
QPON : MLKJ : : XWVU : ?
(A) PQRS
(B) TSRQ
(C) SRQP
(D) GFED
4.
7 : 48 : : 12 : ?
(A) 143
(B) 84
(C) 121
(D) 112
5.
72 : 18 : : 56 : ?
(A) 24
(B) 22
(C) 20
(D) 16
6.
AB : L : : BC : ?
(A) X
(B) V
(C) Y
(D) W
7.
Hen : Egg : : Tree : ?
(A) Root
(B) Seed
(C) Leaves
(D) Fruit
8.
Man : Autobiography : : Nation : ?
(A) People
(B) Population
(C) Geography
(D) History
Directions (9 to 14) : Find the odd word/number/
letters/number pair from the given alternatives.
9.
(A) ABT
(B) CEN
(C) TOS
(D) AIO
10. (A) Bhutan
(B) Bangladesh
(C) China
(D) Pakistan
11. (A) 100
(B) 225
(C) 64
(D) 625
12. (A) SIM
(B) USB
(C) Modem
(D) Disk
13. (A) New Delhi
(B) Kolkata
(C) Chennai
(D) Mumbai
14. (A) Tomato
(B) Potato
(C) Onion
(D) Carrot
15. Which number is opposite to 6 ?

17.

Which venn diagram shows the relation


between male, female and teacher?
(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

Find the number of triangles in the given figure.

(C)

6
1 2
(A) 3
(C) 1

18.

19.

20.

21.

22.

23.

24.

6
3 4
(B) 4
(D) 5

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(A) 8
(B) 9
(C) 10
(D) more than 10
Find the missing number from the given
table.
7
11 14
8
? 10
9
10 16
6
10
8
(A) 10
(B) 11
(C) 9
(D) 8
If 3 = 6, 4 = 24, 5 = 120 then 6 = ?.
(A) 280
(B) 480
(C) 720
(D) 1440
1
5
24
2
3
5
1
4
15
3
8
?
(A) 55
(B) 35
(C) 61
(D) 48
10
16
8
125
320
?
(A) 72
(B) 80
(C) 96
(D) 128
If is used for addition, + for
multiplication, for subtraction, for
division, then which equation is wrong?
(A) 5 2 + 12 6 2 = 27
(B) 5 + 2 12 6 2 = 13
(C) 5 + 2 12 6 2 = 10
(D) 5 2 + 12 6 2 = 3
Raju started his journey by going 4 kms
towards the north direction, then 3 kms
towards the west and then 8 kms south.
How far is he from the initial point?
(A) 6 km
(B) 5 km
(C) 7 km
(D) 8 km
Arrange the following words as they appear
in the dictionary?
1. Chemistry
2. Chamber
3. Cheap
4. Cheerful
(A) 2, 1, 3, 4
(B) 3, 4, 2, 1
(C) 2, 4, 3, 1
(D) 2, 3, 4, 1
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25.

36.
X, Y ls T;knk 'kfDr'kkyh gS
Y, vkSj
Z ls T;knk 'kfDr'kkyh

gSA
P, Q ls T;knk ijarq
Y ls de 'kfDr'kkyh gSA
Q Hkh
Z ls
T;knk 'kfDr'kkyh
dkSu
gSAlcls de 'kfDr'kkyh gS\
(A) X
(C) Q
26.

3
4
43

1
6
37

(A) 7
(C) 9
27.

28.

::

mkj vkfr;k

(A)

37.

(B) 8
(D) 6

(B)

(C)

(D)

(C)

(D)

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'u vkfr

jktk] j?kq ls /hjs pyrk gS vkSj j?kq] xq# ls rst pyrk gS vkSj
".kk] xq# ls rst pyrk gS] rks lcls rst dkSu pyrk gS\
(A) jktk
(B) j?kq
mkj vkfr;k
(C) ".kk
(D) Kkr ugha fd;k tk ldrk
mfpr o.kks ls fjDr LFkkuksa dh iwfrZ dhft,A
a_c_ba_ca_cb
(A) abcc
(C) bcaa

29.

(B) Z
(D) P

fn, x, lkj.kh esa ls yqIr la[;k Kkr djsa


3
2
?
5
108 33

Ja`[kyk esa vxyh vkfr Kkr dhft,A


'u vkfr

(B) acba
(D) bcba

(A)
38.

lgh fodYi pqfu, tks vuqe dks iwjk djsA

ADG, XVT, BEH, WUS, ?


(A) VTR
(B) CFI
39.
(C) DFJ
(D) STU
(30-31) : fn, x, fodYiksa esa ls ml 'kCn dks pqfu,
funsZ'k

(B)

SEPTEMBER
(A)
(C)

(B)
(D)

(A) 4
(C) 7

(B) 5
(D) 7 ls vf/d

nh xbZ vkfr esa oxks dh la[;k Kkr dhft,A

tks fn, x, 'kCn ds v{kjksa dk ;ksx djds ugha cuk;k tk


ldrk gS\
30.

31.

32.

BRITTANICA
(A) ANT
(B) ANTARCTICA
(C) CAT
(D) TRAIN
REJUVENATION
(A) JUTE
(B) NATION
(C) REVISION
(D) NATIVE
;fn E dk ladsrA gks
, A dk R, R dk X, M dk S, T dk

40.

Nk=kksa dh la[;k Kkr dhft, ftUgksaus dsoy jlk;u ;k dsoy


tho foKku fo"k; pquk gS\

W, P dkO, W dkE vkSj


O dkT gks] rks
WARMOTE

8 7 22

dk :i D;k gksxk\

33.

(A) XERSWTAO
(B) ERSXIAWO
(C) ERXSTWA
(D) ESRXWAOT
;fn LEVEL dksMFWFM fy[kk tk,] rks
VELEL

dks D;k fy[kk tk,xk\


(A) WFMMF
(C) WFMFM

(B) FMFMW
(D) WMMFW

jlk;u'kkL=k tho foKku


15

29

(A) 30
(C) 29
41.

X dklsV
nh xbZ vkfr esa] dkSu ls va'k
Hkkx ugha gSA

34.

fuEu 'kCnksa esa ls dkSu lk 'kCndks"k esa rhljs LFkku ij gksxk\ 180

35.

(A) Colloquy
(B) collinear
(C) Collegiate
(D) Collision
;fn DEAN dksNOKX fy[kk tkrk gS]NEED
rks

dks D;k fy[kk tk,xk\


(A) NOOX
(B) XONO
(C) ONOX
(D) XOON
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(D) 22

7
6
(A) 7
(C) 6, 7 vkSj
9

Y
9
(B) 180
(D) 6 vkSj
9

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25.

26.

X is more powerful than Y and Y is more


powerful than Z. P is more powerful than Q
but less than Y. Q is also more powerful than
Z. Who is the least powerful ?
(A) X
(B) Z
(C) Q
(D) P
Find the missing number from the given
table.

3
2
3
1
?
5
4
6
108 33
43
37
(A) 7
(B) 8
(C) 9
(D) 6
27. Raja walks slower than Raghu and Raghu
walks faster than Guru and Krishna walks
faster than Guru, then who walks the
faster?
(A) Raja
(B) Raghu
(C) Krishna
(D) Can't be determined
28. Fill in the blanks by suitable letters.
a_c_ba_ca_cb
(A) abcc
(B) acba
(C) bcaa
(D) bcba
29. Choose the correct option which completes
the series.
ADG, XVT, BEH, WUS, ?
(A) VTR
(B) CFI
(C) DFJ
(D) STU
Directions (30-31) : From the given alternative
words, select the one which can't be formed
using the letters of the given word.
30. BRITTANICA
(A) ANT
(B) ANTARCTICA
(C) CAT
(D) TRAIN
31. REJUVENATION
(A) JUTE
(B) NATION
(C) REVISION
(D) NATIVE
32. If A is used for symbol E, R for A, X for R, S
for M, W for T, O for P, E for W and T for O,
then what will be the form for WARMOTE?
(A) XERSWTAO
(B) ERSXIAWO
(C) ERXSTWA
(D) ESRXWAOT
33. If LEVEL is written as MFWFM then how
can we write VELEL?
(A) WFMMF
(B) FMFMW
(C) WFMFM
(D) WMMFW
34. Which of the following words will be at third
place in Dictionary?
(A) Colloquy
(B) collinear
(C) Collegiate
(D) Collision
35. If DEAN is written as NOKX then NEED
is written as :
(A) NOOX
(B) XONO
(C) ONOX
(D) XOON

36.

Find the next figure of the following series.


Question Figures

::

Answer Figures

37.

(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
Find the mirror image for the given figure.
Question Figure

Answer Figures

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

38.

SEPTEMBER

39.

(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
Find the number of squares in the given figure.

40.

(A) 4
(B) 5
(C) 7
(D) More than 7
Find the number of students who opt either
Chemistry or Biology only as a subject?

8 7 22
Chemistry
15

41.

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Biology
29

(A) 30
(B) 15
(C) 29
(D) 22
In given figure, which is not a part of X?
X

180
7
6
(A) 7
(C) 6, 7 & 9

Y
9
(B) 180
(D) 6 & 9

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funsZ'k
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[kksyus ds ckn og fdl vkfr tSlk gksxk\
mlds ckn nks fu"d"kZ
I vkSjII fn, x, gSaA vkidks fn, x,
'uizrhr
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gksrs gksaA lHkh fu"d"kks dks if<+, vkSj fiQj r; dhft, fd fn;k
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vuqlj.k djrk gS] Hkys gh loZKkr rF; dqN Hkh gksaA
:
mkj vkfr;k
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dqN f'k{kd vfookfgr gSaA
fu"d"kZ: I. dqN vuqHkoh vfookfgr gSaA
II. dqN vfookfgr vuqHkoh gSaA
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(A) dsoy fu"d"kZ
I lgh gSA
fuEufyf[kr
vkfr;ksa
esa
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lk
cSaxu]
ekal] lfCt;ksa d
48.
(B) dsoy fu"d"kZ
II lgh gSaA
chp laca/ n'kkZrk gS\
(C) ;k rks fu"d"kZ
I ;k II lgh gSaA
(D) nksuksa fu"d"kZ
I vkSj
II lgh gSaA
43. dFku : lHkh Nk=k yM+fd;k gSaA
(A)
(B)
dksbZ Nk=k eancqf ugha gSaA
fu"d"kZ
:
I. d{kk esa dksbZ yM+dk ugha gSA
(C)
(D)
II. dksbZ Nk=k eancqf ugha gSA
(A) nksuksa
I vkSj
II lgh gSaA
49. dkSu lh vkfr 'u vkfr dks iwjk djsxh\
(B) u rksI vkSj u gh
II lgh gSaA
'u vkfr :
(C) dsoy fu"d"kZ
I lgh gSA
(D) dsoy fu"d"kZ
II lgh gSA
44. nh xbZ mkj vkfr;ksa esa ls ml mkj vkfr dks pqfu, ftlesa
iz'u vkfr fufgr gSA
mkj vkfr;k
:
'u vkfr :

(A)

:
mkj vkfr;k

(A)
45.

(B)

(C)

(D)

o"kZ
2010 esa fo|kfFkZ;ksa dh la[;k Kkr djsaA
o"kZ 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
6
15
35
77 143
?
fo|kfFkZ;ksa
dh la[;k
(A) 195
(C) 247

46.

50.

(B) 165
(D) 221

'u vkfr :
:

::

mkj vkfr;k
:

(A)

(B)

(B)

0
0 P
1 I

1 2 3 4
A I V R
P R A V

2 A R V P
3 V I P R
4 R V A I

(C)

(D)

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(D)

,d 'kCn osQoy ,d la[;k&lewg }kjk n'kkZ;k x;k gS] tSlk


fd fodYiksa esa ls fdlh ,d esa fn;k x;k gSA fodYiksa esa fn,
x, la[;k&lewg v{kjksa ds nks oxksZ }kjk n'kkZ, x, gSa] tSlk
I ds
uhps fn, x, nks vkO;wg esa gSA
eSfVdl
LraHk vkSj iafDr
II dh 5 ls 9 bu
dh la[;k 0 ls 4 nh xbZ gS vkSj vkO;wg
vkO;wgksa ls ,d v{kj dks igys mldh iafDr vkSj ckn esa LraH
'P'ds
la[;k }kjk n'kkZ;k tk ldrk gSA mnkgj.k
dks
fy,11]
23] vkfn }kjk n'kkZ;k tk ldrk gS
dks 57] 65 vkfn
'R'rFkk
MARS
}kjk n'kkZ;k tk ldrk gSA blh rjg ls] vkidks
'kCn
ds fy, la[;k lewg dks igpkuuk gSA
-I
-II
vkO;wg
vkO;wg

I
A
P

(A) 89, 20, 22, 79


(C) 75, 13, 40, 67

5
5 S
6 K

6 7
L K
M S

7 M E
8 L K
9 E S

8 9
M E
E L

L K
E S
M L

S
M
K

(B) 97, 41, 33, 96


(D) 66, 34, 21, 56

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Directions (42 43) : In each of the below given
questions are given two statements followed by
two conclusions I and II. You have to assume
the given statements to be true even if they
seem differ from generally known facts. Study
all the conclusions and then decide which of
the conclusions logically follows the given
statements, whatever the generally known
facts may be.
42. Statement : All teachers are experienced.
Some teachers are unmarried.
Conclusion :
I. Some experienced are unmarried.
II. Some unmaried are experienced.
(A) Only conclusion I is correct
(B) Only conclusion II is correct
(C) Either I or II are correct
(D) Both I and II are correct
43. Statement : All student are girls
No girl is dull
Conclusion :
I. No boy is in class.
II. No student is dull.
(A) Both I and II are correct
(B) Neither I nor II is correct
(C) Only conclusion I is correct
(D) Only conclusion II is correct
44. From the given answer figures, select the
one in which the question figure is hidden/
embedded.
Question Figure :

47.

Answer figures :

48.

49.

46.

(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
Find the number of students in year 2010?
2009 2010
143
?

(A) 195
(B) 165
(C) 247
(D) 221
Question Figures :
::

Answer figures :

(A)

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

Which figure will complete the question


figure?
Question Figure :

Answer Figures :

Year
2005 2006 2007 2008
No. of
6
15
35
77
students

(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
Which diagram represent the relation
between brinjal, meat, vegetables?

Answer figures :

50.

45.

Which figure will be found after opening the


punched folded figure?
Question Figures :

(B)
(C)
(D)
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(B)
(C)
(D)
A word is represented by only one set of
numbers as given in any one of 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 5 to 9. A letter from
these matrices can be represented first by
its row and next by its column, e.g., P can
represented by 11, 23,etc., and R can be
represented by 57, 65. etc. Similarly, you
have to identify the set for the word MARS.
Matrix-I
Matrix-II
0
0 P
1 I

1 2 3 4
A I V R
P R A V

2 A R V P
3 V I P R
4 R V A I

I
A
P

(A) 89, 20, 22, 79


(C) 75, 13, 40, 67

5
5 S
6 K

6 7
L K
M S

7 M E
8 L K
9 E S

8 9
M E
E L

L K
E S
M L

S
M
K

(B) 97, 41, 33, 96


(D) 66, 34, 21, 56

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&(ek=kkRed vfHk{kerk
)
51. 66 ehVj diM+s cspus ij ,d O;fDr11
dks
ehVj diM+s ds

tan
tan dk eku Kkr dhft, &
58. gStan
fo; ewY; ds cjkcj gkfu gksrh gSA gkfu izfr'kr
? D;k
36
18
9
(A)
(B) 2 3
2 3
2
2
(A) 14 %
(B) 28 %
(C)
(D) 1 3
32
7
7
59. ;fn 2 sin 15 cos 7 rkscot dk eku Kkr
2
2
djsa &
(C) 19 %
(D) 17 %
7
7
(A) 3/4
(B) 4/5
(C) 2/5
(D) 3/5
52. fdlh Vadh dks ,d ikbi
x ?kaVs esa Hkj ldrk gS vkSj nwljk mls
60. ;fn fdlh o`rkdkj NYys dh vkUrfjd o ckgjh f=kT;k
8 lseh
y ?kaVs esa [kkyh dj ldrk gSA nksuksa lkFk esas fdrus le; esa
12 lsehgS dk {ks=kiQy
h lsehmQpkbZ
R1 f=kT;k
rFkk
o
okys
y > tc
x?
HkjssaxsA
xy
(A) y - x

?kaVk

y- x
(B) xy

?kaVk

fdlh csyu ds dqy i`"Bh; {ks=kiQy ds cjkcj gS] rks csyu dh


mQpkbZ crk,a %

(A)
2yx
(C) y - x

?kaVk

(D) Kkr ugha fd;k tk ldrk

40 R1
R1

40 R1

(B)

R1 2

40 R12
(D) buesa ls dksbZ ugh
53. 48 fdeh-@?kaVk dh pky ls pyus okyh ,d jsyxkM+h] blls
R1
vk/h yEckbZ okyh rFkk foijhr fn'kk
esa
dh ljy js[kk8x + 15y = 120 ds v{kksa ds chp dVs gq, Hkkx
42 fdeh-@?kaVk
61.
pky ls pyus okyh ,d vU; jsyxkM+h
lsds.M esa ikj
12dks
dh yackbZ Kkr dhft,
:
(A)
14
(B) 15 bdkbZ
bdkbZ
45 lsds.M esa
djrh gSA ;gh jsyxkM+h ,d jsyos IysViQkWeZ
dks
(C) 16 bdkbZ
(D) 17 bdkbZ
ikj djrh gSA IysViQkWeZ dh yEckbZ D;k gS \
fn,
x,
fp=k
esa
;fn
lHkh
ckg~; o`kksa R
dh gS
f=kT;k
rks
62.
,
(A) 200 eh(B) 300 eh:
vkarfjd
o`k
dh
f=kT;k
Kkr
dhft,
(C) 350 eh(D) 400 eh(C)

viuh lkekU; xfr ds4/3 pky ls pydj dksbZ O;fDr vius


xarO; ij10 feuV igys igqprk gSA nwjh r; djus ij vkerkSj
ls fdruk le; yxrk Fkk?
(A) 40 feuV
(B) 45 feuV
(C) 46 feuV
(D) 48 feuV
55. A 25 ?kaVs75
esa
ist fy[k ldrk gS tcfd A vkSjB lkFk
27 ?kaVs
135
esaist fy[k ldrs gSAB dks42 ist fy[kus esa
2
1
R
(A) ( 2 1) R
(C)
fdruk le; yxsxk ?
2
(A) 17 ?kaVk
(B) 19 ?kaVk
(C) ( 2 1) R
(D) 2 R
(C) 21 ?kaVk
(D) 23 ?kaVk
63. ;fn izR;sd o`Rr dh f=kT;k
1cm gS rks Nk;kafdr Hkkx dk
56. ;fn pq qr rp 0 gS rks
{ks=kiQy Kkr dhft, %
54.

p
q
r

dk eku D;k gS
p qr q rp r pq
(A) 0
(C) -1

57.

(B) 1
(D) 3

fdlh oLrq ds Hkko25%


esa dh deh gks xbZ] fdUrq oLrq dh
nSfud fch 30%
esa o`f gks tkrh gSA ifj.kke Lo:i nSfud
fch ls izkIr /ujkf'k fdruh gks tk,xhA
1
(A) 2 % dh o`f
2
(C) 2% dh o`f

1
(B) 2 % dh gkfu
2
(D) 2% dh gkfu

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Part - II (Quantitative Aptitude)


51. By selling 66 metres cloth, a man loses S.P.
of 11 metres. What is the loss percent?
(A)

14

2
7

58.

2
(B) 28 %
7

59.
2

(C) 19 %
7

(D) 17

2
7

52. A pipe can fill a tank in x hours and an


another can empty it in y hours. In how
many hours will they together fill it. If y > x?
xy
(A) y - x hrs

60.

y- x
(B) xy hrs

Find the value of tan

(D) Can't be determined

If pq qr rp 0 then, find the value of

61.

62.

40 R1
R1

(B)

40 R1
R1 2

63.

(A) 0
(B) 1
(C) -1
(D) 3
57. The price of an article is reduced by 25% but
the daily sale of the article is increased by
30%. The net effect on the daily sale receipts
is
1
% increase
2
(C) 2% increase

40 R12
(D) None of these
R1
The length of the portion of the straight line
8x + 15y = 120 intercepted between the axes
is :
(A) 14 units
(B) 15 units
(C) 16 units
(D) 17 units
In the given figure if each of the outer
circles have radii 'R', then the radius of the
inner circle will be :

(A)

p
q
r

p qr q rp r pq

(A) 2

tan

(C)

53. A train travelling at 48 km/hr crosses an


another train half of its length and travelling
in opposite direction at 42 km/hr in 12
seconds. It also passes a railway platform in
45 seconds. The length of the railway
platform is
(A) 200 m
(B) 300 m
(C) 350 m
(D) 400 m
54. Running 4/3 of his usual speed, a person
improves his timing by 10 minutes. Find his
usual time to cover the given distance.
(A) 40 min
(B) 45 min
(C) 46 min
(D) 48 min
55. A can write 75 pages in 25 hrs. A and B
together can write 135 pages in 27 hrs. In
what time can B write 42 pages?
(A) 17 hrs.
(B) 19 hrs.
(C) 21 hrs.
(D) 23 hrs.
56.

tan

36
18
9
(A) 2 3
(B) 2 3
(C)
(D) 1 3
32
If 2 sin 15 cos 7 , then find the value
of cot
(A) 3/4
(B) 4/5
(C) 2/5
(D) 3/5
If the area of circular ring having inner and
outer radius 8cm and 12cm respectively is
equal to the total surface area of cylinder of
radius R1 and height h, then h in terms of
R1 will be :
(A)

2yx
(C) y - x hrs

1
% decrease
2
(D) 2% decrease

(C) ( 2 1) R
(D) 2 R
Find the area of the shaded region if the
radius of each of the circle is 1cm.
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(A) 2

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65.

66.

67.

68.

69.

5 fdeh-@?kaVk dh xfr ls ukSdk pyk


,d O;fDr
dksbZ jkf'k lk/kj.k C;kt
ij
esa Lo;a dk nks72.
xquk
gks 'kkar ty eaas
5 o"kksZa
1.5 fdeh-@?kaVk dh
ldrk gS tc ;gh O;fDr ,d unh esa tks
tkrk gSA C;kt dh okf"kZd nj ?D;k gS
rsth
ls
cgrh
gS]
ukSdk
pykrk
gS]
rks mls ,d LFkku rd tkdj
(A) 20%
(B) 35%
okil
vkus
esa
,d
?kaVk
le;
yxrk
gSA
crk, fd ;g LFkku
(C) 25%
(D) Kkr ugha fd;k tk ldrk
? nwj gS
vkjEHk fcUnw ls fdrus fdeh1 x
1
2a 1
fdehfdeh(A)
2.5
(B)
6.5
a

;fn
gS] rks
fdlds cjkcj gS \
2x
a 1 a 1
(C) 3.5 fdeh(D) 2.275 fdeh73. A ` 450 ds lkFk ,d O;olk; vkjaHk djrk gSA dqN le;
(1 x )(2 x )
(1 x )(2 x )
(A)
(B)
ckn` 300 ds lkFkB Hkh bl O;olk; esa 'kkfey gks tkrk gSA
2x 1
2x 1
;fn lky ds var esa equkIkQs
ds vuqikr esa foHkkftr
2 : 1dks
(1 x )(2 x )
(1 x )(2 x )
?
fd;k tkrk gks rks crk,BfdO;olk; essa dc 'kkfey gqvk
(C)
(D)
(A) 2 eghus
(B) 3 eghus
2x 1
2x 1
eghus
(C)
4
(D) 5 eghus
25 fdeh-@?kaVk dh jrkj ls py jgh jsyxkM+h dks dksbZ
74. pk; ds ewY; esa
32% dh o`f gks tkus ds dkj.k ,d x`fg.kh
18 lsds.M
IysViQkWeZ ikj djus
esas yxrs gSaA blds ckn
10% dh o`f gks tkrh gSA ;fn og
dh pk; ij dqy [kpZ esa
5 fdeh-@?kaVk dh jrkj ls foijhr fn'kk esa py jgs O;fDr dks
igys 10 fdyks pk; [kjhnrh gSA rks vc fdrus fdyks pk;
12 lsds.M
ikj djus esa ml jsyxkM+h
dks yxrsA jsyxkM+h ,oa[kjhnsxh
?
IysViQkWeZ dh la;qDr yackbZ crk,A
1
1
(A) 8
(B) 8
(A) 125 eh(B) 135 eh3
2
(C) 8
(D) 7.9
(C) 145 eh(D) 155 ehls vf/d ewY;
4:5 75. ,d nqdkunkj viuh oLrq ij ; ewY;20%
jke vkSj ';ke dh orZeku vk;q dk vuqikr e'k%
vafdr
djrk
gSA
vkSj
vafdr
ewY;
ij
dh NwV nsrk gS
15%
5 o"kZ ckn mldh vk;q dk vuqikr
5 : 6 gks tk,xkA
gSA
mldk ykHk izfr'kr Kkr djsaA
jke dh orZeku vk;q D;k? gS
(A) 2%
(B) 3%
(A) 25 o"kZ
(B) 22 o"kZ
(C) 4%
(D) 5%
76.
12
350 fnuksa esas [kksnus ds fy,
,d
Bsdsnkj
fdehyach
ugj
(C) 20 o"kZ
(D) 30 o"kZ
gSA
fnuksa ckn og ikrk
45 vknfe;ksa dks dke ij yxkrk
200
3
5
gS fd ugj dk dsoy4.5 fdeh- gh iwjk gks ik;k gSA dke dks
,d Nk=k fdlh la[;k dks ds LFkku ij ls xq.kk dj nsrk
5
3
le; ij iwjk djus ds fy, mls vkSj fdrus vknfe;ksa dks dke
gSA x.kuk esa gqbZ xyrh dk izfr'kr Kkr djsa A
ij yxkuk gksxk
?
(A) 44%
(B) 34%
(A) 45 vkneh
(B) 55 vkneh
(C) 54%
(D) 64%
(C) 65 vkneh
(D) 75 vkneh

1
1
1
1

1
1
1
1

x 1
x 2
x 3
x 4

77.

dk eku Kkr djsa &


(A) 1

1
x3

(B)

1009

;fn x 1 y 2 z 1009 1 , rks


x
y
z

x 1 y 2 z 1009 dk
(A) 0
(B) 2
(C) 3
(D) 4

x 1
x 5

eku gksxk&

jktw] fjadq vkSj jke fdlh dke dks 6,


e'k%
12 vkSj24
fnuksa esa dj ldrs gSA rhuksa feydj ml dke dks fdrus fnuksa
?
esa dh c<+ksrjh gks x;h gSA ifj.kke Lo:iesa djsaxs
70. phuh ds Hkko
20%
3
3
,d ifjokj us viuh phuh dh [kir esa
20% dh deh dj
(A) 3 fnu
(B) 2 fnu
nh gSA mlls ifjokj }kjk phuh ij fd, tkus okys O;; esa
7
7
3
3
fdruh deh gqbZ \
(C) 4 fnu
(D) 3 fnu
(A) 0%
(B) 2.5%
(C)

x 5
x 1

(D)

x 3
x 5

78.

,d fosrk ds ikl 50 fdxzk- pkoy gSA ftlesa ls og dqN


71. fdlh fuf'pr /u ij 4% izfr o"kZ dh nj ls 4 o"kksZa esa izkIr
Hkkx
dks
gkfu
og ij csprk gSA
14% ykHk vkSj 'ks"k Hkkx
6%
14%
6%
mlusykHk vkSj
lk/kj.k C;kt] mlh /u dks
5% izfr o"kZ dh nj3lso"kksaZ dqy ij mls4% dh gkfu gksrh gSA
gkfu
ij
fdrus
pkoy
cspsa
?
esa izkIr lk/kj.k C;kt` ls
80 vf/d gSA /u Kkr djsa A
(A) (40, 10) fdxzk-(B) (5, 45) fdxzk(A) ` 6000
(B) ` 8000
(C) (15, 35) fdxzk-(D) (20, 30) fdxzk(C) ` 10000
(D) ` 12000
(C) 4%

(D) 5%

79.

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64. An amount doubles itself in 5 years simple
interest. What is the rate of interest p.a.?
(A) 20%
(B) 35%
(C) 25%
(D) Cannot be determined
65.

If a
(A)

1 x
1
2a 1

, then
is equal to
2x
a 1 a 1

(1 x )(2 x )
2x 1

(B)

(1 x )(2 x )
2x 1

(1 x )(2 x )
(1 x )(2 x )
(D)
2x 1
2x 1
66. A train running at 25 km/hr takes 18
seconds to pass a platform. Further, it takes
12 seconds to pass a man walking at 5 km/
hr in the opposite direction. Find the sum of
the length of the train and that of the
platform.
(A) 125 m
(B) 135 m
(C) 145 m
(D) 155 m
67. Present age of Ram and Shyam are in the
ratio of 4 : 5 respectively. Five years hence
the ratio of their age becomes 5 : 6
respectively. What is Ram's present age?
(A) 25 years
(B) 22 years
(C) 20 years
(D) 30 years

(C)

68. A student multiplies a number by


of

5
3

instead

. What is the percentage error in the


5
calculation?
(A) 44%
(B) 34%
(C) 54%
(D) 64%
69. Simplify

72. A man can row 5 km/hr in still water. If the


speed of the stream is 1.5 km/hr, he takes
one hour when he travels upstream to a place
and back again to the starting point. How
far is the place from the starting point ?
(A) 2.5 km
(B) 6.5 km
(C) 3.5 km
(D) 2.275 km
73. A begins a business with ` 450 and is joined
afterwards by B with ` 300. After how many
months does B join if the profits at the end of
the year is divided in the ratio 2 : 1?
(A) 2 months
(B) 3 months
(C) 4 months
(D) 5 months
74. The price of tea increases by 32% and so a
housewife's expenditure on tea also
increases by 10%. If she bought 10 kgs
earlier, what is the quantity bought now?
(A) 8

1
x3

(B)

x 1
x 5

x 5
x 3
(D)
x 1
x 5
70. The price of sugar is increased by 20%. As a
result, a family has to decrease its
consumption by 20%. The expenditure of the
family on sugar is decreased by
(A) 0%
(B) 2.5%
(C) 4%
(D) 5%
71. The simple interest on a certain sum of
money at 4% per annum for 4 years is ` 80
more than the interest on the same sum for
3 years at 5% per annum. Find the sum.
(A) ` 6000
(B) ` 8000
(C) ` 10000
(D) ` 12000
(C)

(B) 8

1
kg
2

(C) 8 kg
(D) 7.9 kg
75. A shopkeeper marks his goods 20% above
its cost price and gives 15% discount on the
marked price. Find his gain%.
(A) 2%
(B) 3%
(C) 4%
(D) 5%
76. A contractor undertakes to dig a canal 12 km
long in 350 days and employs 45 men. After
200 days he finds that only 4.5 km of the
canal has been completed. Find the number
of extra men he must employ to finish the
work on time.
(A) 45 men
(B) 55 men
(C) 65 men
(D) 75 men

1
2
1009
77. If x 1 y 2 z 1009 1 ,then the value

1
1
1
1

1
1
1
1

x 1
x 2
x 3
x 4
(A) 1

1
kg
3

x
y
z
of x 1 y 2 z 1009 is &
(A) 0
(B) 2
(C) 3
(D) 4
78. Raju, Rinku and Ram can do a piece of work
in 6, 12 and 24 days respectively. In what
time will they finish the work while working
together?
(A) 3
(C) 4

3
7

days

(B) 2

days

(D) 3

3
7

3
7

days

3
5

days

79. A trader has 50 kg rice, a part of which he


sells at 14% profit and the rest at 6% loss. On
the whole his loss is 4%. Find the quantities
sold at 14% profit and that at 6% loss?
(A) (40, 10) kg
(B) (5, 45) kg
(C) (15, 35) kg
(D) (20, 30) kg

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,d uy ,d gkSt dks 8 ?kaVs esa Hkj ldrk gSA nwljk


uy bls
fn, x, fp=k esa]
89.
AB||CD, ABE = 100, BED =
16 ?kaVs esa [kkyh dj ldrk gSA nksuksa uykas dks ,d lkFk
[kksyus
25. rks CDE dk eku gS
:
ij gkSt fdrus le; esa Hkjsxk
?
(A) 16 ?kaVk
(B) 8 ?kaVk
C
A
(C) 10 ?kaVk
(D) 12 ?kaVk
sin( ) ?
81. ;fn cos( ) 0 gks] rks
80.

82.

(A) sec2

(B) cos2

(C) cosec 2

(D)

buesa ls dksbZ ugha

B 100

1
2

;fn C;kt vZokf"kZd la;ksftr gksrk


rks ds
1 gSo"kZ
i'pkr~5% okf"kZd nj`ls16000 ij C;kt D;k gksxk
?
1
(A) 1230
4
(C) 1215

83.

1
(B) 1210
4

1
4

(D) 1225

E
(A) 125
(C) 65

90.

(B) 55
(D) 75

, A+ B+ C+ D+ E+ F=
fn, x, fp=k esa

1
4

ds fdl eku ds fy, lehdj.k x 2y 5 ]


3x ky 15 0 dk dksbZ gy ughaa gSA

(A) 6
(C) 1

(B) 2
(D) 0

84.

fdlh ehukj dh Nk;k mldh mQpkbZ xq.kk


dh gSA rks
(A) 30
(C) 60

(B) 45
(D) 90

(A) 360
(C) 180
91.

;fn 7 7 7 7...... 343 y1, rks y fuEu esa ls


fdlds cjkcj gS?
(A) 2/3
(C) 4/3

86.

;fn a

(B) 1
(D) 3/4

1
2 3

1
3 8

1
4 15

gks] rks
:

92.

(B) a < 18 ijUrqa > 9


(D) a = 18
? gS
fuEu esa ls dkSu lk ,d cgqin

(A) a = 9
(C) a > 18
87.

(a) x 2 3x + 2 x +7 (b) x

1
x

93.

(d) buesa ls dksbZ ugh


2p bdkbZ gS A ml
,d leyEc lef}ckgq f=kHkqt dk ifjeki

f=kHkqt dk {ks=kiQy D;k gksxk \


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

3 2 2 p oxZ bdkbZ
2 2 p oxZ bdkbZ
2 2 p oxZ bdkbZ
3 2 p oxZ bdkbZ

(B) 720
(D) 300

,d leyac prqHkqZt
ABCD esa
, ;fn AB || CD, rksAC2
+ BD2 fdl ds cjkcj gS?
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

BC2 + AD2 + 2AB.CD


AB2 + CD2 + 2AD.BC
AB2 + CD2 + 2AB.CD
BC2 + AD2 + 2BC.AD

AD rFkk
BE, G ij ledks.k
ABC dh nks ekf;dk,
= 9 lsehrFkk
BE = 6 lseh gks
,
izfrPNsn djrh gSa AD
A ;fn
: djas
rksBD dh yEckbZ (lseh- esa) Kkr
(A) 10
(C) 5

(c) x 7/2 x + x 3/2

88.

ehukj ds 'kh"kZ dk mUu;u dks.k Kkr djsaA

85.

(B) 6
(D) 3

nks o`rksa dh f=kT;k,a


R rFkk
r gSa tgk
(R>r). ;fn nksuksa o`Rrksa
ds dsanz ds chp dhdnwjh
gS
, rks nksuksa o`Rrksa dh mHk;fu"B Li'k
js[kk dh yackbZ Kkr dhft, %
(A)

r 2 d 2

(B)

d 2 (R r )2

(C)

(R r )2 d 2

(D)

R 2 d 2

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3/7 ds leku gSA igyh
vkSj nwljh la[;k ds chp dk e'k% vuqikr?D;k gS
(A) 4 : 7
(C) 12 : 7

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80. A tap can fill the cistern in 8 hours and another
can empty it in 16 hours. If both the taps are
opened simultaneously, the time required (in
hours) to fill the tank is
(A) 16 hrs
(B) 8 hrs
(C) 10 hrs
(D) 12 hrs

89.

In the given ifgure AB||CD, ABE =


100, BED = 25. Find CDE

81. If cos( ) 0 then, sin( ) ?


(A) sec2
82.

(B) cos2

B 100

(C) cosec 2
(D) None of these
If the interest is compounded half yearly,
then interest on ` 16000 at 5% per annum,
at the end of 1
(A) 1230

(B) 1210

1
4

90.

83.

1
1
(D) 1225
4
4
For what value of K equations x 2y 5 and

84.

3x ky 15 0 have no solution.
(A) 6
(B) 2
(C) 1
(D) 0
If the length of a shadow of a vertical tower

(A) 125
(C) 65
In the given figure,
+ F=

is

86. If a

(B) 1
(D) 3/4

1
2 3

1
3 8

92.

1
4 15

then we

have :
(A) a = 9
(B) a < 18 but a > 9
(C) a > 18
(D) a = 18
87. Which of the following is a polynomial
(A) x 2 3x + 2 x +7 (B)

93.

x
(C) x
x+x
(D) None of these
The perimeter of an isosceles, right angled
triangle is 2p unit. The area of the same
triangle is :
7/2

88.

91.

7 7 7 7...... 343 y 1, then y is equal

to:
(A) 2/3
(C) 4/3

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

3/2

3 2 2 p sq. unit
2 2 p sq. unit
2 2 p sq. unit
3 2 p sq. unit
2

C+

D+

B
A

85. If

(B) 55
(D) 75
A+ B+
D

(C) 1215

times of its height, then find the


3
angle of elevation of tower.
(A) 30
(B) 45
(C) 60
(D) 90

x
E

1
years is.
2

1
4

(A) 360
(B) 720
(C) 180
(D) 300
In a trapezium ABCD, if AB || CD, then AC2
+ BD2 is equal to :
(A) BC2 + AD2 + 2AB.CD
(B) AB2 + CD2 + 2AD.BC
(C) AB2 + CD2 + 2AB.CD
(D) BC2 + AD2 + 2BC.AD
Two medians AD and BE of ABC intersect
at G at right angle. If AD = 9cm and BE = 6
cm, then the length of BD, (in cm) is (A) 10 cm
(B) 6 cm
(C) 5 cm
(D) 3 cm
R and r are the radii of two circles (R>r). If
the distance between the centre of the two
circles be d, then length of common tangent
of two circles is:
(A)

r 2 d 2

(B)

d 2 (R r )2

(C)

(R r )2 d 2

(D)

R 2 d 2

94. 75% of a number is equal to three-seventh


of another number. What is the ratio between
the first number and the second number
respectively?
(A) 4 : 7
(B) 7 : 4
(C) 12 : 7
(D) 7 : 12

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15 fdxzk- pk; esa


` 4 izfr fdxzk-97. o"kZ
izfr fdxzk- okyh
2007 esa rhuksa nwjlapkj lsokvks dk mi;ksx djus okys
okyh fdruh pk; feykbZ tk, rkfd feJ.k dh dher
2008 esa nwjlapkj lsokvks dk mi;ksx djus
dqy yksx] o"kZ
` 6.50 izfr fdxzk- gks \
okys dqy yksxks ds fdrus izfr'kr gS \ (n'keyo ds nks vadks
(A) 15 fdxzk(B) 35 fdxzkrd eku Kkr djs)
(C) 25 fdxzk(D) 21 fdxzk(A) 89.72%
(B) 93.46%
funZs'k (96&100)% fuEufyf[kr rkfydk dks ;kuiwoZd i<+s ,oa
(C) 88.18%
(D) 91.67%
fn, x, iz'uksa dk mkj nsa &
lsok
dk mi;ksx djus okys yksxks
98. o"kZ
2006 esa nwjlapkj'X'
o"kZ 2004 ls 2009 rd 3 fofHkUu izdkj ds nwjlapkj
lsokvksa dk mi;ksx djus okys yksxkas dh la[;k (gtkj esa) dh la[;k] mlh o"kZ lHkh nwjlapkj lsokvks dk mi;ksx djus
X
Y
Z
okys dqy yksxks dh la[;k dk fdruk izfr'kr gS \

95. ` 10

70

(A) 18%
(C) 11%

60
50

99.

40
30

10
0

96.

2005 ,oa o"kZ


2004 esa
'Z' nwjlapkj lsok dk mi;ksx
o"kZ
djus okys yksxks dk vuqikr D;k gS \
(A) 8 : 7
(C) 19 : 13

20

100.
2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2
3

(C) 16666

(B) 14444
2
3

(D) 14

(B) 3 : 2
(D) 15 : 11

2008 ,oa 2009 dks feykdj]'Y' nwjlapkj lsok dk


o"kZ
mi;ksx djus okys dqy yksxks dh la[;k fdruh gS \

lHkh o"kksZ dks 'Y'


feykdj
nwjlapkj lsok dk mi;ksx djus (A) 35,000
(C) 45,000
okyks dh vkSlr la[;k D;k gS \
(A) 16

(B) 26%
(D) 23%

(B) 30,000
(D) 40,000

1
6

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95. How much tea at ` 4 a kg should be added 97. The total number of people using all the
to 15 kg of tea at ` 10 a kg so that the
three mobile services in the year 2007 is
mixture be worth ` 6.50 a kg?
what percent of the total number of people
(A) 15 kg
(B) 35 kg
(C) 25 kg
(D) 21 kg
Directions (96-100): Study the given graph
carefully to answer the questions that follow:
Number of Peope (in thousand) using
3 different mobile services from 2004 to 2009.
X

70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0

96.

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

year
What is the average number of people using
mobile service Y for all the years together

(A) 16

2
3

(C) 16666

(B) 14444
2
3

(D) 14

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using all the three mobile services in the


year 2008 ? (rounded off to two digits after
decimal)
(A) 89.72%
(B) 93.46%
(C) 88.18%
(D) 91.67%
98. Number of people using mobile service X
in the year 2006 forms approximately what
percent of the total number of people using
all the three mobile services in that year?
(A) 18%
(B) 26%
(C) 11%
(D) 23%
99. What is the respective ratio of the number
of people using mobile service Z in the year
2005 to those using the same service in
the year 2004 ?
(A) 8 : 7
(B) 3 : 2
(C) 19 : 13
(D) 15 : 11
100. What is the total number of people using
mobile service Y in the years 2008 and 2009
together ?
(A) 35,000
(B) 30,000
(C) 45,000
(D) 40,000

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Hkkx III
& ( lkekU; tkudkjh)
101.

102.

103.

104.

105.

106.

107.

108.

109.

110.

111.
,sfueksehVj D;k ekius esas dke vkrk gS \
ekm.V ,ojsLV dh iQrg djus okyk lcls ;qok Hkkjrh;
dkSu
(A) iou dh fn'kk
(B) iou dk osx
gS?
(C) nkc dh izo.krk (D) iou dh vknzrk
(A) /uUt;
(B) johUnz dqekj
yksdlHkk ds fuokZpu {ks=kksa dk lhek&fu/kZj.k fiNyh
112.
(C) vfHkuo ik.Ms (D) vtqZu oktisbZ
fuEufyf[kr essa ls fdl bZloh esa fd;k x;k Fkk \
Hkkjr lnL; ugha gS \
(A) 1970 bZ- esa
(B) 1974 bZ- esa
(A) SAARC dk
(B) U.N. dk
(C)
1976
(D) 1977 bZ- esa
bZesa
(C) G-20 dk
(D) G-8 dk
113. Hkkjr
dsUnzh; x`g&ea=kh ds in ij jgrs gq, Hkkjr jRu iqjLdkj
ikus esa ,d jk"Vh; ny ds :i esa ekU;rk izkIr djus ds fy,
fdlh
ny dks de ls de fdrus izfr'kr er izkIr djus
okys ,dek=k usrk- Fksa
pkfg, \
(A) yky cgknqj 'kkL=kh
(B) xksfoan cYyHk iar
(A) 6% oS/ er pkj ;k vf/d jkT;ksa esa
xqytkjh yky uank
(C) ljnkj oYyHk HkkbZ
(D)iVsy
(B) 4% oS/ er pkj ;k vf/d jkT;ksa esa
1930 easa Lojkt ikVhZ cukus ds fy, eksrh yky usg: ds lkFk
(C) 15% oS/ er nks jkT;ksa esa
kaxszl ds vU; usrk dkSu
Fksa
?
(D) 25% oS/ er ,d jkT; esa
(A) ch- ts- fryd
(B) fprjatu nkl
114. fuEufyf[kr esa ls og er vf/fu;e dkSu&lk gS ftlds
(C) xka/h th
(D) th- ds- xks[kys
varxZr ;g ?kks"k.kk dh xbZ Fkh fd Hkkjr esa fczfV'k lkezkT
fdlus dgk Fkk ^lR; ije rRo gS vkSj bZ'oj gS* \
izHkqlkk fczfV'k lezkV ds gkFk esa gksxh \
(A) Lokeh foosdkuan
(A) dEiuh pkVZj vf/fu;e]
1813
(B) johUnz ukFk VSxksj
(B) dEiuh pkVZj vf/fu;e]
1858
(C) eks- d- xka/h
(C) dEiuh pkVZj vf/fu;e]
1861
(D) l- jk/k".ku
(D) dEiuh pkVZj vf/fu;e]
1893
?
fuEufyf[kr egkfo|ky;ksa esa loZizFke fdldh LFkkiuk
gqbZ Fkh
115. loksZPp U;ki;ky; esa ,d eq[; U;k;k/h'k ds vykok fdrus
(A) fgUnq dkWyst] dydkk
vU; U;k;/h'k gks ldrs gS \
(B) fnYyh dkyst
(A) 30
(B) 25
(C) es;ks dkWyst
(C) 26
(D) 21
(D) eqfLye ,saXyks&vksfj;aVy dkWyst
116. ^gkml vkWiQ n ihiy* dks ^yksd lHkk* dk uke fdl o"kZ fn;k
^ykbiQ&tSdSV* dk flkUr D;k gS \
x;k Fkk \
(A) ;g Mwcrs O;fDr dks vkWDlhtu iznku djrh gS (A) 1954 bZ(B) 1964 bZ(B) ;g O;fDr dks rSjus esa enn ds fy, mlds vk;ru esa (C) 1974 bZ(D) 1984 bZo`f dj nsrh gSA
117. Hkkjrh; vFkZO;oLFkk ds fdl {ks=k esa lokZf/d mRikndrk
(C) ;g O;fDr dks rSjus esa enn ds fy, mlds vk;ru dks (A) fofuekZ.k
(B) ifjogu] lapkj ,oa okf.kT;
?kVk nsrh gSA
(C) f"k
(D) O;fDr bl ij cSB ldrk gS
(D)\ vU; {ks=k
flYd jksM xksYM iQaM fdlds }kjk LFkkfir fd;k x;k gS
118.
fuEufyf[kr esa ls ;wjksih; la?k dk og ns'k dkSu&lk gS ftlus
(A) l- jk- v(B) :l
,dy eqnzk ^;wjks* dks viuk;k ugha gS \
(C) phu
(D) Hkkjr
(A) MsuekdZ
(B) uhnjySaM
fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu&lk x.kjkT; ;wxksLykfo;k ls lEcfUkr
(C)
(D) Lisu
iqrZxky
ugha gS \
119. izfr o"kZ ^miHkksDrk fnol* dc euk;k tkrk gS \
(A) Lyksosfu;k
(B) eslhMksfu;k
(A) 1 vizSy
(B) 23 vDVwcj
(C) ykrfo;k
(D) ckslfu;k
(C) 15 ekpZ
(D) 5 fnlEcj
Hkkjr dh igyh cgqmn~ns'kh; ifj;kstuk dk fuekZ.k fdl unh
120. Hkkjr esa dkxth uksV eqnzk dks tkjh djus dk iw.kZ vf/dk
ij gqvk gS \
fdlds ikl gS \
(A) lryt
(B) nkeksnj
(A) Hkkjr ljdkj
(B) fok vk;ksx
(C) egkunh
(D) xksnkojh
(C) Hkkjrh; fjtoZ cSad
(D) lsUVy cSad vkWiQ bf.M;k
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Part - III (General Awareness)


101. Who is the youngest Indian to conquer the
Mount Everest?
(A) Dhananjay
(B) Ravindra Kumar
(C) Abhinav Pandey
(D) Arjun Vajpayee
102. India is not a member of
(A) SARRC
(B) U.N.
(C) G - 20
(D) G - 8
103. The only leader who got Bharat Ratna Award
while being at Home Minister's position was
(A) Lal Bhadur Shastri
(B) Govind Vallabh Pant
(C) Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel
(D) Gulzari Lal Nanda
104. The other Congress leader who was with
Moti Lal Nehru in the formation of Swaraj
Party in 1930 ?
(A) B. J. Tilak
(B) Chitranjan Das
(C) M. K. Gandhi (D) G. K. Gokhale
105. Who said, Truth is the ultimate reality and
God ?
(A) Swami Vivekanand
(B) Ravindra Nath Tagore
(C) M. K. Gandhi
(D) S. Radhakrishnan
106. Which of the f ollowing college was
established first?
(A) Hindu College, Kolkata
(B) Delhi College
(C) Mayo College
(D) Muslim Anglo Oriental College
107. What is the principle of Life-jacket?
(A) It provides oxygen to the drowning
person.
(B) It increases persons volume to help
him float.
(C) It decreases persons volume to help
him float.
(D) A person can sit on it
108. Silk Road Gold Fund has been set up by
(A) USA
(B) Russia
(C) China
(D) India
109. Which of the following republic is not
associated with Yugoslavia?
(A) Slovania
(B) Macedonia
(C) Latvia
(D) Bosnia
110. On which river India's first multipurpose
project is constructed ?
(A) Sutlej
(B) Damodar
(C) Mahanadi
(D) Godavari

111. Anemometer is used to measure


(A) Direction of wind
(B) Speed of wind
(C) The pressure gradient
(D) Humidity of wind
112. In which of the following years was the
delimitation of electoral areas of Lok Sabha
done?
(A) 1970
(B) 1974
(C) 1976
(D) 1977
113. The minimum percentage of votes any
political party has to acquire in order to get
accreditation of a National Party in India?
(A) 6% of valid votes in four or more states.
(B) 4% of valid votes in four or more states.
(C) 15% of valid votes in two states.
(D) 25% of valid votes in one state.
114. Under which of the following Act it was
declared that British empire in India will
be governed by British Crown?
(A) Company Charter Act, 1813
(B) Company Charter Act, 1858
(C) Company Charter Act, 1861
(D) Company Charter Act, 1893
115. In Supreme Court of India, What is the additional
number of Judges apart from the CJ ?
(A) 30
(B) 25
(C) 26
(D) 21
116. In which of the following years was the
House of the People renamed as Lok
Sabha?
(A) 1954
(B) 1964
(C) 1974
(D) 1984
117. Which of the following area has maximum
productivity in Indian Economy?
(A) Manufacturing
(B) Transport, communication and commerce
(C) Agriculture
(D) Other areas
118. Which country of European Union has not
adopted EURO as its currency?
(A) Denmark
(B) Netherland
(C) Portuguese
(D) Spain
119. Consumer Day is observed every year on
(A) 1st April
(B) 23rd October
th
(C) 15 march
(D) 5th December
120. Who has the only right to issue paper
currency in India?
(A) Government of India
(B) Finance Commission
(C) Reserve Bank of India
(D) Central Bank of India

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132.
lkSj mQtkZ dks fo|qr mQtkZ esa ifjofrZr djus ds fy,
vko';d
vUrjkZ"Vh; fokh; fuf/ dk eq[;ky; dgk? fLFkr gS
rRo gS
(A) isfjl
(B) fo;uk
(A) csfjfy;e
(B) flfydkWu
(C) okf'kaxVu Mh- lh(D) tsusok
(C) VSUVsye
(D) vfr'kq dkcZu
133. fuEufyf[kr dks lqesfyr djsa
122. ^nzopkfyr czsd* fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdl flkar ij dke lwph
-I
-II
lwph
djrs gSa \
(a) vtqZqu iqjLdkj 1. flusek
(A) ikWLdy ds fu;e (B) FkkWelu fu;e
(b) vkLdj iqjLdkj 2. i=kdkj
(C) U;wVu fu;e
(D) cuksZyh izes;
(c) nzks.kkpk;Z iqjLdkj
3. f[kykM+h
123. og rkieku ftldk ikB~;kad iQkWjsugkbV vkSj lsfYl;l nksuksa
(d) iqfyRtj iqjLdkj 4. izf'k{kd
iSekus ij leku gksrk gS&
(A) 40
(B) - 40
dwV(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
121.

(C) -34
124.

125.

126.

127.

128.

129.

130.

131.

(D) - 140

(A) 1

ekbksoso vksosu esa ftl ekbksoso V~;wc dk mi;ksx(B)


gksrk
3 gS] 1
4
2
og gS&
(C) 2
1
3
4
(A) fDyLVku ,oa esXusVku V~;wc~l
(D) 3
4
1
2
(B) fDyLVku V~;wc
134. ^fn ftu fMUdlZ* uked iqLrd ds ys[kd dkSu
?
gS
(C) esxusVku V~;wc
(A) v#U/rh jk;
(B) vuhrk nslkbZ
(D) Vsofyax oso V~;wc~
(C) lkxfjdk ?kks"k (D) 'kksHkk Ms
ty esa {kkj feykus dk izHkko gS &
135. ^bf.M;k gkml* dgk fLFkr gS \
(A) H+ vk;u dh lkanzrk
OH esa o`f
(A) ubZ fnYyh
(B) dksydkrk
(B) OH vk;u dh lkanzrk
H+ esa o`f
(C) yUnu
(D) U;w;kdZ
(C) H+ rFkk
OH vk;uksa dh lkanzrk cjkcj gksrh gS
136. ck:n dk vfo"dkj fdlus fd;k Fkk \
(D) pH vifjofrZr jgrk gS
(A) ,YiQsM ukscsy (B) jkst cSdu
xzhu gkml xSl? gS
(C) ,ysDtsUMj ysfeax
(D) ,YcVZ vkbZUlVhu
(A) CO2, CH4, NO ,oa CFC
137. ^ueZnk cpkvks vkanksyu* fdlds usr`Ro esa vkjaHk gqvk F
(B) CO2, CH4, SO2 ,oa NO
(A) ih- gsxMs
(B) lh- ih- HkkfV;k
(C) SO2, NO, H2S ,oaCO
(C) es/k ikVdj
(D) v#a/rh jkW;
(D) CO, NH3, H2S ,oaN 2
138. vkSjaxtsc ds ckn dkSu ^cgknqj'kkg* ds uke ls Hkkjr dk lezkV
ekuo jDr Iykkek esa izk;% ikuh dh izfr'kr ek=kk esa fdruh
cuk Fkk \
fHkUurk gksrh gS &
(A) dke c['k
(B) eqgEen eksvkTte
(A) 60 - 64
(B) 70 - 75
(C) eqgEen [kqljks (D) mi;qqZDr esa ls dksbZ ugha
(C) 80 - 82
(D) 91 - 92
139. xqIr oa'k dk og jktk dkSu Fkk ftlus gw.kksas dks Hkkjr i
fuEufy[kr esa ls dkSu&lk jksx laked gS \
vke.k djus ls jksdk \
(A) e/qesg
(B) dkyh [kklh
(A) dqekjxqIr
(B) leqnzxqIr
(C) xfB;k
(D) ysfdfe;k
(C) LdUnxqIr
(D) pUnzxqIr
ouLifr rsy dk ?kh esa ifjorZu dSls gksrk gS \ 140. lw;Z ls i`Foh rd igqpus esa izdk'k dh ,d fdj.k dks fdruk
(A) ty&vi?kVu }kjk
le; yxrk gS \
(B) ,sxkj&,sxkj ds la;kstu ls
(A) 8 ?kaVs
20 lsdaM (B) 8 feuV20 lsdaM
(C) vkWDlhdj.k }kjk ok;q rFkk ,d mRiszjd dk mi;ksx
(C) 8 lsdaM
(D) 20 lsdaM
djds
141. fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdl ns'k esa yksx lafo/ku dk la'kks/u djus
(D) gkbMkstuhdj.k }kjk
esa Hkkx ysrs gS \
fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu&lk jksx oa'kkuqxr jksx gS \ (A) izQkal
(B) baXyS.M
(A) gheksiQhfy;k
(B) fudV n`"Vh&nks"k (ek;ksfi;k)(C) fLoV~tjyS.M (D) ;w- ,l- ,(C) vjDrrk
(D) ysfdfe;k
142. vYila[;dksa ds fgrksa dh lqj{kk ij fdl vuqPNsn ds varxZr
vyhx<+ esa fLFkr eqgEenu ,aXyks vksfj,UVy egkfo|ky;
dksfd;k x;k gS \
fopkj
fdlus LFkkfir fd;k
?
(A) 14
(B) 19
(A) lj lS;~;n vgen [kku
(C) 29
(D) 32
(B) cn#n~nhu rk;cth
143. Hkkjr ds fdl jkT; esa [kkjs ty dh lcls cM+h >hy gS\
(C) ekSykuk vcqy dyke vktkn
(A) tEew vkSj d'ehj (B) egkjk"V
(D) eqgEen vyh ftUuk
(C) mM+hlk
(D) if'pe caxky
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121. Which of the following is an essential
element in conversion of solar energy into
electrical energy?
(A) Beryllium
(B) Silicon
(C) Tantalum
(D) Pure carbon
122. Hydraulic Brake works on the principle of
(A) Pascal's Law
(B) Thomson's Law
(C) Neuton's Law
(D) Bernaulli's Theorem
123. The temperature at which both Fahrenheit
and Celsius scale reads same?
(A) 40
(B) 40
(C) 34
(D) 140
124. Which micr owave tube is used in
microwave oven?
(A) Klystron and Magnetron tubes
(B) Klystron tubes
(C) Magnetron tubes
(D) Travelling wave tube
125. The affect of adding salt in water is
(A) Increase in the concentration of H+ ions
(B) Increase in the concentration of OH+
ions.
(C) H + and OH ions hav e same
concentration.
(D) PH is unchanged.
126. Which of the following are greenhouse gas?
(A) CO2, CH4, NO and CFC
(B) CO2, CH4, SO2 and NO
(C) SO2, NO, H2S and CO
(D) CO, NH3, H2S and N2
127. Percentage variation of water in human
blood plasma is
(A) 60 - 64
(B) 70 - 75
(C) 80 - 82
(D) 91 - 92
128. Which one of the following diseases is
contagious?
(A) Diabetes
(B) Dyptheria
(C) Arthritis
(D) Lucamia
129. How vegetable oil is converted into Ghee?
(A) Hydrolysis
(B) Combination of agar-agar
(C) From oxidation by using air and a catalyst
(D) Hydrogenation
130. Which one of the following is a hereditary
disease?
(A) Haemophilia
(B) Myopia (Short sightedness)
(C) Anaemia
(D) Lucamia
131. Who established Muhammadan Anglo
Oriental University?
(A) Sir Sayyed Ahmed Khan
(B) Badruddin Taiyabji
(C) Maulana Abdul Kalam Azad
(D) Muhammad Ali Jinnah

132. Headquarter of IMF is in


(A) Paris
(B) Vienna
(C) Washington D.C.(D) Geneva
133. Match the following :
List-I
List-II
(A) Arjun Award
1. Film
(B) Oscar Award
2. Journalist
(C) Dronacharya Award 3. Player
(D) Pulitzer Prize
4. Coach
Code :
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(A) 1
2
4
3
(B) 3
1
4
2
(C) 2
1
3
4
(D) 3
4
1
2
134. Who is the writer of the book The Gin
Drinkers ?
(A) Arundhati Roy (B) Anita Desai
(C) Sagarika Ghosh (D) Sobha De
135. Where is India House situated?
(A) New Delhi
(B) Kolkata
(C) London
(D) New York
136. Who invented dynamite ?
(A) Alfred Nobel
(B) Rose Baikan
(C) Alexander Fleming
(D) Albert Einstein
137. Narmada Bachao Andolan was started
under the leadership of
(A) P. Hedge
(B) C. P. Bhatia
(C) Medha Patkar (D) Arundhati Roy
138. After Aurangzeb who became the emperor
of India by the name of Bahadurshah?
(A) Kam Baksh
(B) Muhammad Moazzam
(C) Muhammad Khusro
(D) None of the above
139. The king of Gupta dynasty who stopped the
Huns from attacking on India?
(A) Kumargupta
(B) Samudragupta
(C) Skandagupta (D) Chandragupta
140. Time taken by a light ray from the Sun to
reach the earth is
(A) 8 hours 20 seconds
(B) 8 minutes 20 seconds
(C) 8 seconds
(D) 20 seconds
141. In which country people participate in the
amendment of the constitution?
(A) France
(B) England
(C) Switzerland
(D) USA
142. Under which article safety of minorities has
been mentioned?
(A) 14
(B) 19
(C) 29
(D) 32
143. In which Indian state largest saline water
lake is situated?
(A) Jammu and Kashmir
(B) Maharashra
(C) Odisha
(D) West Bengal

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the central government ?
(A) Defence
(B) Payment of Interest
(C) Economic services
(D) Social Services
145. Match List-I with List-II and select the
correct code given below :
List-I
List-II
(a) Plague
1. Protozoa
(b) AIDS
2. Fungi
(c) Baldness
3. Virus
(d) Malaria
4. Bacteria
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146. Which gland controls temperature of


human body?
(A) Adrenal gland (B) Hypothalamus
(C) Pituitary gland (D) Thyroid gland
147. What is the spot seen in the area of
Chotanagpur plateau?
(A) Laterite deposit(B) Lava deposits
(C) Infertile land (D) None of these
148. Rheumatic heart disease is treated with the
help of
(A) Aspirin
(B) Streptomycin
(C) Methyldopha
(D) Penicillin
149. Who was the founder of Chishti order?
(A) Abu Ishaq Shami
(B) Hamiduddin
(C) Kutubuddin Bakhtiyar Kaki
(D) Sheikh Salim
150. Who is the 'Orange Cap' winner of IPL-2015?
(A) David warner (B) Ajinkya Rahane
(C) Virat Kohli
(D) Cris Gayle

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Part - IV (English Language)


162. The less I see him the much I like him.
(A) the further
(B) the more
(C) the grater
(D) No improvement
163. I adapted a new method to solve the
problem.
(A) I have been adopted
(B) I adopted
(C) I was adapted
(D) No improvement
164. You have come here with a view to insult
me.
(A) to insulting
(B) of insulting
(C) for insulting
(D) No improvement
165. He found a wooden broken chair in the
room.
(A) wooden and broken chair
(B) broken wooden chair
(C) broken and wooden chair
(D) No improvement
Directions : In question nos. 166 to 168, out of
the four alternatives, choose the one which best
expresses the meaning of the given word.
166. VIGILANT
(A) Vigorous
(B) Watchful
(C) Awake
(D) Conscious
167. CHERISH
(A) Value
(B) Appreciate
(C) Admire
(D) Flatter
168. CONGREGATION
(A) Concentration (B) Meeting
(C) Discussion
(D) Judgement
Directions : In question nos. 169 to 171, choose
the word opposite in meaning to the given word.
169. Repudiate
(A) Disown
(B) Acknowledge
(C) Decline
(D) Beget
170. Salubrious
(A) Perfect
(B) Anonymous
(C) Clean
(D) Unwholesome
171. Lucid
(A) Lacking resources
(B) Lacking vitality
(C) Lacking clarity
(D) Leacking comfort
Directions : In Question nos. 172 to 175, 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.
172. A photograph taken by the police of someone who has been arrested.
(A) Mug shot
(B) Screen shot
(C) Pic
(D) Profile
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part of the sentences have errors and some are
correct. Find out which part of a sentence
h a s an error and blacken the oval [ ]
corresponding to the appropriate letter (A), (B),
(C). If a sentence is free from error, blacken the
oval corresponding to (D) in the Answer Sheet.
151. Everybody but Ram (A)/ has paid (B)/ their
dues. (C)/ No error. (D)
152. Death of (A)/ his only son (B)/ made Mohan
desolate. (C)/ No error. (D)
153. They have (A)/ played a game (B)/ last
week. (C)/ No error. (D)
154. Not only she went to Kashmir (A)/ but also
stayed there (B)/ for a month. (C)/ No error. (D)
155. Sudoku was first designed in the 1970s (A)/
by a retired architect (B)/ and freelance
puzzle constructor. (C)/ No error.
Directions (156-60): Pick out the most effective
word from the given words to fill in the blank
to make the sentence meaningfully complete.
156. Leadership defines what the future should
look like and ........ people with that vision.
(A) aligns
(B) develops
(C) trains
(D) encourages
157. All the people involved in the issue feel a
great .......... to his suggestion.
(A) contradiction
(B) adherence
(C) indifference
(D) repugnance
158. All the respondents should express their
.......... views in this questionnaire.
(A) convenient
(B) confident
(C) candid
(D) favourable
159. The ship waited till the storm ......... before
sailing out to sea.
(A) evaporated
(B) consolidated
(C) abated
(D) normalized
160. I agree ........your proposal but not ...... your
friend on all issues.
(A) to, with
(B) with, to
(C) with, with
(D) to, to
Direction: In Question nos. 161 to 165, 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. Can this machine be adopted in
construction work.
(A) by
(B) into
(C) for
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173. Actions or statement that tricks people into
believing something that is not true.
(A) trick
(B) Chicanery
(C) Stratagem
(D) Artifice
174. A person who is trying to escape being arrested by the police
(A) Refugee
(B) Fugitive
(C) On the run
(D) Escapist
175. The knowledge and understanding that a
person has about an event only after it has
happened.
(A) Hindsight
(B) Foresee
(C) Foretell
(D) Omen
Direction : In Question nos. 176 to 179, four
alternative 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.
176. Go Dutch
(A) To be drunk
(B) Each person paying for oneself
(C) Merrymaking
(D) To go on date
177. He is supposed to show up at four on the
dot.
(A) The exact time
(B) At doorstep
(C) At the place decided
(D) At the entrance
178. Pie in the sky
(A) Impossible gain
(B) A beauty
(C) Pleasant to imagine but impossible to
attain
(D) Heavealy reward after death
179. He keeps me in the loop.
(A) to keep informed
(B) to stay in touch
(C) to include in the friend circle
(D) to implicate
Directions (180-184) : In each of the questions
below four sentences are given which are
denoted by (A), (B), (C), (D). By using all the four
sentences you have to frame a meaningful
paragraph. The correct order of the sentences
is your answer. Choose from the five
alternatives the one having the correct order
of sentences and mark it as your answer on the
answer sheet.
180. 1. He said that he wanted to meet me
(A) him that I wouldn't be available
(B) and after that he never
(C) at 10 pm but when I informed
(D) for the meeting, he sulked
6. called me up or met me ever.
(A) CABD
(B) BCAD
(C) DCAB
(D) CADB

181. (A)

However diff erent rulers and


governments dealt with the different
groups in a compartmentalised manner.
(B) Various situations and political changes
have taken place over the past three and
half centuries.
(C) This tendency resulted in deeply
embedded fragmented South African
society which became even more
prominent in the period 1948 until the
commencement of the new constitution
on May 10, 1994.
(D) South Africa is a racially divided society
since the first European settlers arrived
in 1652.
(A) BDAC
(B) DBAC
(C) CABD
(D) ACDB
182. (A) Finally the bureaucratic organization took
over from the pioneering enterprise.
(B) The nineteenth century was the age of
entrepreneur-the self-made man.
(C) Thoughtful business administration took
over from action-centered business
entrepreneurship.
(D) In the twentieth century the rational
executive took command.
(A) DBAC
(B) CABD
(C) BDCA
(D) BCDA
183. (A) Much of the argument that goes on
around the alternative solution occurs
because people hold differ ent
perceptions to the problem.
(B) One of the reasons that Japanese
managers are perceived as making
superior decisions compared to Western
managers is that they spend a great deal
of effort and time determining that the
problem is correctly defined.
(C) Unfortunately, too often in the West,
managers assume that the initial
definition of the situation is correct.
(D) Up to half the time in meetings is spent
in asking, is this the real problem.
(A) BDCA
(B) BCDA
(C) CBDA
(D) ACDB
184. (A) Participation involves more than the
formal sharing of decisions.
(B) Through anticipation, Individuals or
organization consider trends and make
plans, shielding institutions from
trauma of learning by shock.
(C) Innovative learning involves both
anticipation and participation.
(D) It is an attitude characterised by cooperation, dialogue and empathy.
(A) BCAD
(B) ABDC
(C) DACB
(D) CBAD

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Directions (185-194): In the following passage
there are blanks each of which has been
numbered. These numbers are printed below
the passage and against each, five words are
suggested one of which fits the blanks
appropriately. Find out the appropriate word
in each case.
Desire and action are often coordinated in
that the desire may 185 the person to action or
that desire may be 186 from action. If P is seen
as trying to do X, it is often inferred that P desires
X. However, desire and action are not 187 coordinated. The person may desire X without 188
in any action directed towards the attainment of
X. This event happens when X appears 189 or
when the other effects resulting from the action
190 to attain X are sufficiently undesirable as to
191 the desire for X. Sometimes, of course, no
action is necessary; the desire may or may not
be 192 quite independently of Ps action.
Furthermore, a given desire may lead to different
actions, depending upon the environmental
requirements. Actions are 193 not only by desire
but also by the way the person 194 the causal
structure of the environment.
185. (A) dampen
(B) hinder
(C) indulge
(D) arouse
186. (A) expelled
(B) ceased
(C) abstained
(D) inferred
187. (A) invariably
(B) hopefully
(C) deliberately
(D) purposely
188. (A) wanting
(B) associating
(C) engaging
(D) supporting
189. (A) manageable
(B) valuable
(C) unattainable
(D) reachable
190. (A) hostile
(B) necessary
(C) incidental
(D) insensible
191. (A) express
(B) appreciate
(C) reciprocate
(D) damage
192. (A) realized
(B) hypothesized
(C) verbalised
(D) criticized
193. (A) projected
(B) determined
(C) controlled
(D) galvanized
194. (A) downgrades
(B) fabricates
(C) develops
(D) sees

Directions (195-200): Read the following


passage and answer the question given below
it. Certain words in the passage are printed in
bold to help you locate them easily for
answering of the question.
The same high mental faculties which first
led man to believe in unseen spiritual agencies
and then in fetishism, would infallibly lead him,
as long as his reasoning power remained poorly
developed, to various strange superstitions and
customs. Many of them are terrible to think of,
such as the sacrifice of human beings to a bloodloving God; the trial of innocent persons by the
ordeal of poison or fire; witchcraft, devil-worship;
necromancy- yet it is well occasionally to reflect
on these superstitions, these conjurations of
diabolic occult powers, for they show up what an
infinite debt of gratitude we owe for the
improvement of our reason to science and to the
accumulated knowledge science has granted us.
195. Find out the word from the passage that
means 'extremely evil'
(A) Occult
(B) Diabolic
(C) Fetishism
(D) Infallibly
196. It can be inferred from the passage that the
author considers the kind of underdeveloped
reasoning described in the passage to be a
cause of
(A) apathy
(B) spontaneity
(C) barbarity
(D) skepticism
197. Human belief in superst itions can
effectively be countered only by
(A) the high mental faculties
(B) underdeveloped reasoning powers
(C) sympathy for the innocents
(D) None of these
198. If the above passage is the core part of an
article the best title of that could be
(A) witchcraft
(B) theology
(C) scientific method
(D) organic evolution
199. According to the passage, we are indebted
to science for our
(A) original intellectual capacity
(B) belief in fetishism
(C) development of laws to protect the
innocent
(D) liberation from irrational
200. According to the passage, mans belief in
unseen spiritual powers can largely be
attribute to
(A) monotheism
(B) polytheism
(C) fetishism
(D) None of these

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