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GENERAL TNTELLIGENCE & REASONING


Directions : In question nos. 1 to 6, select the related
word/
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dictionary.

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necrology

(2)

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(D) Thread

Directions : kr question nos. 7 to 12, flndthe odd


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

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cupboard, 28 racks were made. In each rack 10

purchased. How many shirts were there on that

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One day 500 boxes were sold and 250 boxes were

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bra\,e, Pi Sor Re Nik means She is ahvavs smiling
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word.
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(A) PONDER

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RETTRE

Sharada started to move in the direction of south.


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(B)

m. East

15 m. South

(D) :Om. \Vest

Sonia started from her house and travelled 4 km

towards east. Ther-r she turned left and travelled


6 km. Then she turned right and travelled 4 km. At
what distance is she from starting point ?

(B) REQr.lrRE
(D) TUrOR

Find the hidden meaningful word from the coded


alphabets if the alphabets are in reverse ordel.
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37.

(A) 14km

(B) 8km

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(D) 10km

In each of the following question, there are two


statements labelied as Assertion (A) and Reason (R).

Looking at a woman sittingnext to him, Amit said,

(A) Autismis a developmental disability.


(R) Heridity and lower development of brain

"She is the sister of the husband of my r,r,ife". How


is the woman related to Amit ?

(A) Dar:ghter

(Q

@) Sister
@) Niece

Wife

(A) Both (A) and (R) arefalse


(B) Both (A) and

Directions : In question nos. 32 to 34, select the missing


nurnber from the given responses

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26 36
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765
576
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(A) 10

(R) are true

(A) is true and (R) is false

(D) (A) is false and (R) is true

37

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(B)

are

the causes of the Autism.

30

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(D) 23

One Statement is given follou,ed bv trt o Conclusions I and


II. You have to consider the statement to be true, even if it
seems to be at variance from com-uronlr- known facts. You
are to decide which of the grr-en condusions can definitely
be drawn from the given staten.ent- lndicate your answer.

38.

Most Indians are

ar,.,-ane

that they have a great

heritage, but fer,r'u-ould include science in it.

Conclusion:

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]'lanr lndians consider

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51.

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Sir C. V. Raman was awarded Nobel prize for h

workon:

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Sonometer

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numberis:

n-heptane (B) 2-methylheptane


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53.

so.

Which body is constituted by the President of L:rdia

to advise on the decision of Central Resources


between the centre and the state

61.

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FinanceCommission
(D) PlanningCommission

55.

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(A) a rightward shift of the supply curv-e
(B) a leftward shift of the supply curve
(Q a moverr.ent up along the supply curve
(D) a movement down along the supply curve

57.

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Which of the following books is not written by


Jawaharlal Nehru ?
(A) GlimpsesofWorldHistory
(B) Discoveryoflndia
(Q MyExperimentswithTruth
(D) AnAutobiography
Coupling and repulsion are the two states of
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63.

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(A) 3to5

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0.5 to 1.5

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The pair of compounds used as anaesthetic

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medicines:

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(B) Ether,Ammorua
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The production, marketing, storage, advertisement


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(B) TariffCommission

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109.

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finish the work in 6 days.If the total renumeration
for the work is t 400. The amount (in rupees) each
will receive, in proportion, to do the work is :

(A) A:150, B:100, C:150


(B) A:100, B:150, C:150

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her goods and still earns a profit of 20%. What is
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iten'r without discount the percentage of profit would
have been:

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(A)

100

(B)

(q 120

80

1"03. A train 50 metres long passes

(D)

160

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106.

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105.

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table with marked price { 1200 was sold to a


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meters,/ second is:

50

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100 meters in 10 seconds. The speed of the train in

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1

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Ito:
iD) 140'
sh a piece of

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*T :
(A) 10% .(B) 20% \ffZSU. (D) 30%

30%

to a
of discount

@)

gaf

A:150, B:100, C 150

(B) A:100, B:150, C


(g A: L50, B:150, C
(D) A:100, B:150, C

profitwould

650

(g { 700

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mt of 10% a
he sold the

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lC:50,
(A)
. (c)

117.

then the magnitucle of


130'
(B) 60'

lB:

126.

lBlCis:

is:
(A)

127.

For a triangle ABC, D, E, F are the mid-points of its


sicles. If AABC:24 sq. units then ADEF is :

(A)

4 sq.

If

+a* 1

a2

(A)2

1'1,9. For

(B)
(D)

units
12 sq. units
6 sq.

(B)

(q1

"t22.

(9

(B)

(D) 2:1

_3k, then for what value trf

(D)

(B) < 380


(D) { 376

384

(A)

is:
(A)

(B)

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(B)

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130. Findthevalueof:
--\
,11, - _.
l/-f-l=
whenr: *1, t1 : -i,

n(*+ o'+

(A)

131.

(B)

(g -1. p) ,

1,

f'he ratio of the ages of tn o persons is 4:7 and thr

(B)
(D)

(D) 12

100
40

The value of 0, n,hich satisfies the equatior -.


tan20+3:3 sec,0,0o < e < 90" is: L,,
(A) 15'or 0'
(B) 30" or 0o
p) 60" or 0'
(Q 45" or 0"
1"33. A right pyramid 6 m high
the diagonal

is

has a square base of

whid

.,1152 m. Volume of the pyramir

ts:

(Q

then each

(Q tanAtanBtanC

(A)

1,25. A can do a piece of work in 12 clays and B in


15 days. They work together for 5 days and then B
left. The days taken by A to finish the remaining
ra,ork is

.;

(.A.) 110
7u

{ 500. A shopkeeper
gives a discount of 57" and still makes a profit of
25,"2" . The cost price of the article is :

(g t 300

: (1 - sin A)

sin B) (1 - sin C), 0 < A, U,a

(g

The rnarked price of an article is

(A) {

C)

@)17

age of one of them is greater than that of the other b1


30 years. The sum of their ages ( in years) is :

(c) -1

(g1

and a hemisphere have the same radius


Then the ratio of their respective total surface are;

angle (B) an obtuse angle


angle p) a right angie
1,

129. A sphere

o.tacute

If r : k3 - 3k2 and y :
k, will be x:!/?

(A)
t24.

3:1 (g 3\?

(D)

(B) obtusedangled
(D) equilateral-,

The angle in a semi-circle is

(A) a reflex

123.

(B)

(B)0

(D) v5

(A) sin A sin B sin C

In APQR, the line drawn from the vertex P intersects


QR at a point S. If QR : 4.5 cm and SR : 1.5 cm then
the ratios of the area of triangle PQS and triangle

(4 4,1

(g -1

+t73 -223 +201960 is equal to

side is equal to

(D)0

cot 27" cot 63' cot 8L

)
-2 t*t.'
lf .r + :rr : 1 ,,then
is
" the value of 3=--j----:
xrli_r;
(A) 1
(g 2
(B) -1
(D) -2

PSR is

(1 + sin A)(1 + sin B)(1 + sin

isosceles

(B)

9'

128.. If

triangle circumcentre lies on one of its sides.

(.A) rightangled

121.

553

(4-1

(1
0, then the value of a9 is

The triangle is

(C)

The simplest value of cot

(D) 105"

120"

units
(Q 8 sq. units

118.

and

(B)

144 m3
576 m3

p)

288 m3
1152 mr

134" A train rurming

at the speed of 8-1 km/hr passes i


-man walking in opposite direction at the speed o 6 km/hr in 4 seconds. l\.hat is the length of th
train (in meh'e) ?

(.A)

1s0

(B)

1,20 (q 100

(D)

e0

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(B)

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(e)
(Q 3:

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cot63,cot81'fiTqfiFT Cl;Tt

(g -1

qf(

-3TlFTf, zrT'rr

cot 27"

(A)
128.

(D) ;l-q4-g

.1-

553

qeq'

Ryr n ftrra

9o

.(A)

(D)0

es-mi q-f,

(B)

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'Lkf

of the otherbr

cfe-{

fmq

(c) Ecrilng

cot

(1

I :0, di aom ml p:
@) ?
tc I

*P t',

t the speed

: 70' sik tC : s0",

W
.
./
60' 2K) tZO" (D) 105"

:1i. qfE ar+a

ze

qo BTs ABC + fmq, p, E, F ss*l T.arst &


.+E H r qle aenc:21 qrf .q'fTz fr IDEF t :
(A) 4 qrf gf{z
6 ,4n {f{e
qri{fr-c
(q 8
(D) 12+ri {frz

sinA)

ears) is

E} .3th

000 KG 1

lfi

L35. II2*-1+T +1:320,


(A)

136.

(B)

then the value of

(g 5

is

p)7

Among the angles 30',36',45o,50" one angle cannot

The adjoining pie-chart shows the proportionat


expendifure on various item of Amar's family. If th
monthly income of Amar is t 48,000/- then answe
Question No. 1tl4 to 147.

be an exterior angle of a regular polygon. The angle

IS:

L38.

36" (q 45'

(A)

30"

(4

0.3

(B)

(g

Josl

(D) Js

(ts)

SAVINGS

: 401L and b : 3989 then value of ab :


(A) 15999879 (B) 1s899879
(g 1.s98997s p) 15ss8879

If a

cos2 55" is

50"

Jo. e

139. The value of sin2 55'+ sin2 ZS' +

cos2

35. +

(A)0 (B)1 (g2


740.

(D)

744.

Had his income <.+0,C00

spentonfood

(D)+

In the following nurnber series a wrong number is


given. Find outthatnumber.

/-

how much would b

r.A) 14,960

(B)

1,360

(g

(D)

6,800

6,160

8, 18, 40, 86, 179, 370, 752

(A)

178

(B)

180

(C)'128

(D)

1s6

14L, If the ratio of volumes

of two cones is 2 : 3 and the


ratio of the radii of their bases is 1 : 2, then the ratio
of their heights will be :

(4 8:3

(9 4'3

(B) 3;8

(D) 3:a

1.45.

If 10% of miscellaneous expenditure is earma


for clothing, how much amount is spent on
?

(A) < 14,400


/.C)

142.

years ago, the average age of a family of 5 members


v,ras 17 years. A baby having been bom,lhe average
age of the family is same today. The present age of

(B) {

1,440

(D) T 15,840

2,990

the baby is

t]

(A) l year

(B)

(Q

(D) 3 years

2 years

r"u.,

1,43. The three equal circles touches each other


externally. If the centres of these circles be A, B, C
thenAABCis:
(A) a right angle triangle
(B) an equilateral triangle

(Q
(D)

an isosceles triangle
a scalene triangle

146. Howmuch

does he

savepermonth?

(A)

7,200

(B)

74,400

(g

3,840

p)

2,400

L47. How much does he spend more on rent t


transport and education taken together

(A) 2,400

@)

(g

(D) 12,000

4,800

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135.
:oportionate
amily. If the
then answer -.U.

qft 2x-1 1-lx+1.:gZO fr z e1 rtFI t

(g5

(A)

qM

30", 36', 45., 50. d

(B)

rrq;

elq

fiz

ffi

t<.n.rqrqr$urtemqlqfrEnqtfanrq6rRerttqrfr rfi
qq wrfdr t r qE srfi q1 qrftrdn errq r 4s,000 t
Iwrr44 tr+z*srrtr

vrl qquq Hl

Erqlq=rsds*'drrqlqt:
(A)
-_l

L3:.

30.

rTR sin

(B)

0:0.7,fr

36" (g 45" a,6)

cos 0,0

(B)

(A) 0.3

< e < 90.,t

,lo.4e

(D) Js

Jo.s1

138. ufi u : +Orr alrr b : 3989d abqrrFr

rcoooazo ie) 1s8ssl7s


rt1 "t5e8ee7e
(g

rch would be

i39.

sin2

p)

65'+

sin2 25.

(A)0
'i.{0.

SO"

cos2

F) 't

lsrsil
?

1,5%

15ee887e

35. + cos2 55.6T ql;I

,fr,

't44. qRwsi qrq < 40,000/ -t-frRi sfw+wfq;a-*arq


:

(D)

vsr$ 61 i{-ra T-dT { \'*. rnkr H-@T q1 G t'


vsrqlnrad

fm-+tqgln

(A)

14,960

(g

8,160 96

ss

(B)

1.,360

r,rro

8,1 8, 40, 86, 179,370,752

is earmarked
rrt on clothes
1{1.

178

(B)

180

qfq A

{rpir *. sil?rrI ql

sTIqRI-

+1

Aqrett +r' sqlld

145. qR lqBq qq q..1 16'7, q"rd * liTq {s


qqd w
{rfu sd ql qrdl t?

(g 128

(D) 1s6

sr5qkr 2 : 3

t' si{ BTh

1:2

ffi

t, fr Tf,d1 tqrim

m ergwad.n

.N r,u

'

(B)

3:8 (g 4,3

+frtrqA+1*iqns+Bt,

IT:
,n rent than
er?

rtl

red @) ,1 * y/zx
{Errt Ef, qfi W\ ql er6{

(D)

000 KG

P:.-e) I

fr

9&r,*o
(D)

t 15,840

1.46. +5 5q rrfri

(A)

7,200

ffi

qqr +rm t
(B)

1"4,400

@) 2,400

3d

t Hei q-rA t rqR w

Tfr+*.(a,B,cddBW.qnct,
,/
r1 vr*1qfrgu
eFf q-qETE I1Tq
cl errFfqrg frw
p; f+uumgfr5e

__ l,l

< 2,880

ol{u,'no

{q, q'rd

C:

(g

qR,

(D) 3:4

3sd Td, Svqei *. qo;cF-{R u,1 etlsd eng rzad


fr r qq; TA + kT Ai t anq cLsT{ si dvo ong

rel

(A) < 14,400

f<qT

147. a5 qkf,q efu ftrffi * nnqma


ffiil{r 3Tfrrfi qq orar tz

',0&,noo

(g

4,800

(B)

9,600

p)

12,000

qq

ffirq c{

* fmil vrrt
000 KG

Following histogram dePicts the range of heights of


students in a class of 60 students. Study the same and
answer Question No.148 to L50.

1,44.

children are to be divided into two groups A and


B of 10 and 6 children respectively The average

16

marks obtained by the children of group A is 75 and


that of all the children is 76. The:r the average marks
of the chilclren of grottp B is :

26
25

22
20

0.)

(4 __1
"a

24

,rl

(c)

18

(B)

(D)

781
J

16

145.

1,4

OJ

72

10

Find three numbers in the ratio of 1 : 2 : 3, so that thE


sum of their squares is equal to 504.

(B) 6,L2,L8
(D\ 8,16,24

(A) 4,8.12

(g

8
(,

1,46.

By selling salt at

190

55.8t1 prer

7'){,.

G) t ti-i.0t)
(D) { o- lt)

(g { 6120

L47.

qurntal a clealer lost

')

(A) < t,1.10

1.48. Number of students having height more than


150 cms

At rvhat price shoulrl he have sold it to gain


^70

i00 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 180


Height in centimeter

7,74,21

The average tnarks of 36 siudents in section A is


86% and that of 24 students in section B is 96%.

Find the average marks of all the stutlents in

section A ancl section B together.

(A)

2s

(B)

(g 38

(D)

(A) 90'/"

13

148.
149. Number of students with their heights
130 to 150 cms

(A)

(g 14

p)

rB) 1791c.c
rDt 792 c.c

(q

308 c.c

22

149. If P+Q+R+S=5

an.1

tl'+Q) (R+S):6,
- Ii. - S is

numerical r,alue of P - Q

(A)-1

150. Group which contains maximum number of


students:

(A)

130-140

(q 1rl0-1s0

(B)

150-160

(D) 160-1,70

qD1 e1%

The outer ci;rcumference of a 1 cn'r tl-rick pipe is


,{4 cm. Hou, ntuch n,ater n'iil 7 r:ni of the pipe

(A) 1078 c.c


6

921a

/::
holdllTake,\

between

@)

(B) 8t]')6 (C1

150.

(Br0

then thq

icil

(D)

cL'rtain suir for ? vears


at12% per arututn, colnpLrunr-lec-l aru'rually is{7272
The simple irrterest for that sum at the same rate and
for the same periocl u'ill L.,e
(B) ? i196
(A) < 12e5
The compounr-l interest

o1.l a

(g { 1220

(D)

1200

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(B) < 64.00
(A) t 6s.40
(D) { 6s.20
(g < 64.20

of---:..:....r1 l.

100 110 120 130 110 150 io'-' 1,0 180 190

p)

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r. B r,. L)6%.
>:u.'lents in

1,47.

55.80

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s$ 6rii + 3tsd e-s'{rd 6-t
(A) eo% (B) 88% (g e2% @) el%
t

-t

.t1%

(A) 2s

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PART - D

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ENGLISH COMPREHENSION

Directions : In Question nos. 151 to L55, some parts of the


sentences have errors and some are correct. Find out which
part of a sentence has an error and blacken the

with blanks to be filled in with an appropriate word(s

!D]
If a sentence is free from error, blacken the oval

the correct alternative out of the four and indicate


blackening the appropriate oval ItD ] in the Answer

oval

correspondingto the appropriate letter (A, B, C).

corresponding to (D) in the Answer Sheet.

L5L.

Suddenlv thev saw a car comins

(4

at a break neck speed.

Directions: InQuestionnos.

156.

(B)

An old man were crossing the road at the zebra

(q

L56 to L60, sentences are

Four alternatives are suggested for each question.

157.

crossing. ,/ No error.
(D)

it

Leila said the new restaurant u'as nothing to wri


about. She thought it was

(A)

excellent

(Q

really

(B) just average

terrible

(D) splendid

My Nigerian friend, Fela is having trouble f


work here in London, but he says if push comes
shove he can alr+,avs

152.

After tastins both

Tohn orefers

(A)

(B)

tea than coffee.

(g

/No Error.

(A)

go back to Nigeria

(B)

go to jail

(Q winthelottery

(D)

(D) end of the journey that


1-53. I sprained my ankle

(A)

(c)

they'll probablv feel

(D)

159.

(g

No error.

(B) upset

(Q pleased

(D) calm

Bob and Jane decided to tie the knot becau

(A) ithadcomeundone

(D)

(B) they loved


1.55. It is time

of yo

proud

(A)

(B)

they were so real.

life

158. If you say to someone "You're so full

No error.

I loved /the drawings/

(A)

is

when I was/
(B)

playing basketball.

154.

(Q

(A)

one another

they needed to save monev

(D) they wanted

to make a long rope

we should accept all our people as equals/

L60.

@)

and as partners in the task of

united nation.

(g

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No error.
(D)

building a strong and

The archer missed the

(A)

aim

(Q point

_
(B)

by an inch.
score

(D) blow

OOO

KG

tv

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LJ

Directions : In
euestion nos. 161 to L63, out of
the four
'.ternatives, choose
the_one

;i:l1jffitren
give.
woid(s)

ences are

>riate
estion. gftees5

indicate it

br

!t)
(Q

ib2.

orc1

*ht; ;;;:ro."rses

"",1,,,.k

w'orthr'
serious

;;

Directions: ln
euestion
.nos_.172to Lg1, a sentence/ a part
th e se n te n ce is
un d erlir
B"t; ;;;
it,u.Jr.,, tt".rutt u",
to rtre underlined oarta,t ",1
(A), @Xei*hi:;;r,
the sentence. Choose
th;.;;;t,;1t#;,;". rnimprove
case no
;,"iil Mark youi

the

of

;;;; Lswer sheet

fB) charming
@) believable

:?,,#:I;:Tll*:t*;; ;;'*".

OBSTREPEROUS

(A) Sullen

.{nswerSheey (e Lazy
thing to *rit, i63' EXTRICATE:
(A)

(e

772.

B) Unruly

pulr

rie

ge

(D) Aw,kward

(B) Free
,D) Complicate

@) Noimprovement

(Q
173.

Then

(ci

>;6.

il;*"

(A)

agreement J

176'

rr r ourseu,,

t.:",fi:y"*,1i#;;f

,.

makes Rita foam at t:= :_--

(A) falt sick

(Q
It

:+:*f
#*
::-:

;;

vomit

The newly electe.j

because

make

: l;-"

Hegave vent to h;i :.=::._::

(A) enjoyea
(Q allor,r'ed

..r

lth

(B) abourto
@) Noimprovement

I:i"""0,%inthe

(e

broken and

.n

ooden chair

(D) Noimprovement

177.

The rot-:bers fled l_.efore


the police came.

(A)

778.

arrivecl

@) werecoming
(D) Noimprovement

The hosts were taken


aback when many guests
who

*a.*,*rte!}a."1!"- ri'..
(A) had been

(e
179.

a smile.

r <^,-r,r
: .,..-rr",

against hartl times.

N",*pl""ement

The office is soon to


be closed.

(cl haclcome

::-.-j ,...-.--,- nas


L-- promised
_
to
bringaboltiirr"*.1= ,.=..;:"
(A) cause to happ.:: I
:: ::\
(Q

- :.1.

proficient pl

(A) wooden and broken


chair
(B) broken wooclen chair

the sentence.

towards
Noimprovement
@)

(A) justto
(C) whereto

,:racceptable
.

G)

The teacher war


-svervprQfiqcnt'*[':i"oi*'

775.

Dtections : In
euestions \.- 1EI:,-. 171, iour alternatives
: :.
Siven for the Idiom/ ph::_- :: .: rrrnecr
in
_:,rose the alternatiV
rr.]i1;1 3=

Scotland,s

(A) expert

:jscorcl

(Q disagreement I

(A) onwards

(Q

;i :,;:T'.

DISSENT;

wiih all tris loot he sailed


inwards

(e forward
774.

j :rr.,rrrrr
f .:.;;,..

for kavel

shore.

Directions: In
euestion.nrs 164 to 155, choose
meaning tc t:= i,.. .^,;.;;;;;ark the worcl
:T:1,"^i.
it in the
--nsrt,er
Sheet.

:6]. GROUP:
ruhle finding
(A) solitan
u_sh comes tc
(e individuat
6. ACQUTT:
(A) condemn

Motor cars carrvpeople


from
one place to another.
_.--.-..-:

(A) f'orn prace toplac"


(B) about the place

ri"
invited (B) hr;l;;;;; o*,r.
wasinvitej 6o; rvoi_f."""rn"r,

Thernaster aimec.l a blon,to


Oliver,s head with the

(A) a throw

(Q
180.

at

a blon, at

(B) a punch in
(D)
(D) Noimprovement

ilr;."

are being

@) The prize winning athletes


(B) The athletes *ho lre

girr";p.ir",

-'.
ffre athletes whn are
,,o ",'.*,I_
winning prizes
(D) No imp."":'#l:
(Q

inch.

181.

Can you please give


me some leave

(A)

grantforme

(B) grantme
(Q grantfromme (D) ft"rd.or"nr",l,
)O

KG I

C --'-:
- -

-r':is-:--000 KG

Directions : L:r Question nos. 182 to 188, 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 IO ] in the Answer Sheet.

Directions : In Question nos. 189 and 190, four n-or; -e


=
given in each question, out of which only one i.,---:: is
correctly spelt. Find the correctly spelt word and ma;,. . -- .:r
answer in the Answer Sheet.

182. A word that reads the same backwards as

180. (A)

forwards:
/,A.) palindrome

(B) acrostic

(Q

(D) acronym

homophone

*83. A principle

or standard by which anything is or

canbe judged:

(A) criterion

(B)

(Q

(D) epitome

copyright

manifesto

19

Posessian

(B)

Possession

(Q

Possesian

@)

Posseseon

\1m. (4

^19:

Imakulate

(B)

Immakulate

(q

Immaculate

1+l

0)) Immaculete

784.

A person who is self-centred

(A)

eccentric

(B) egoist

(Q

masochist

(D) narclssist

Directions:lnQuestionnos.L91to200,\-.-' :: : : . ::^ef
passages with 5 questions following e:--: :::-:= i=ad
the passages carefulli' and choose the :::: 1--.-.. t: : I ::.h
question out of the four alternat:'.'.s and mark :: br-

IrD ; the Alsrr-er


- I (Q. \o. 191-195)

blackening the appropriate oval

\d5.

'

The firing of many guns at the same time to mark an

occasion

Passage

Sheei.

We are living in the -\ge .-j i-ience. Even'dav new

(A) volley

(B) fusillade

inventions are being

(Q

(D) attack

b.S- r1=-- ---= -:; -:-rf::_ i. ='. -^.:::ion


of 1789. Within these l- - -.=::, >: .::= --.. ::ie a
r.r,onelerful progress. The ae:::-,--: -: --: -: -_:

salvo

barbarian
(Q herbivore
(A)

(B)

n',a.'1e

ic:

=:

:--rC of h';:-::::-,'. The

scierrtific inventions

186" Onelivingonvegetables:

=ost

vegetarian

(D) camivore

important inventions of scienc= ::--=


is the fastestmeans of transport

187. A

person who supports or speaks in favour of


something:

volunteer
(Q assistance
(A)

(B) advocate
(D) adviser

book of writing

=r
::-

--- .--:' :.:ne

t--:

ior

:=:- -. :.- ed
acockpit.Ithasanenginethatisrr'.-::=: : :'.:
.: -sall
made up of metal and can flv at a \':-.' :-J :-,::: :<i.-rre
I---.

taking off it runs on the runway f or 1-:'.-

j-.-:-,: : :, ::,.her

speed. Then it suddenly hops up the ei:--:

has an engine

- - --. =: ,-ff.
t:a: .: -... -:r.=i by

(A)

Preface

'p)

Excerpt

(A)

gas

(B)

diesel

(9

Reviev,,

(D)

Footnote

(Q

petrol

(D)

steam

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..:.- -.::. It

resembles a flying bird in shapre -:'-.-'= --:,=*= :--:

191. An aeroplane
An extract from

-i

:',1: i-

thepassengersandacabinfortheFi'--:

188.

19i.

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L92.

We are living in the

highways are two-lane roads (one lane in each direction),

(A) Age of science

though much of this is being expanded to four-lanes, and

(B)

Age of inventions

some to six or eight lanes. Some sections of the network are

(9

Ag" of industrialization

toll roads. Over 30,000 km of new highways are planned

(D) ModemAge

or under construction as part of the NHDP, as of 2011.


This includes over2,600 km of expressways currently

193. The

is one of the most important

inventions of science during the Modem Age.

-train
(C1 aeroplane
(A1

19{.

195.

What is the current measurement of expressways


under construction in India ?

(D) motorvehicle

(A)

km
(C) 30,000 km
1,000

(B)

15,000

(D)

2,600

km

km

197. What is the measurement of two-lane National

777e
(g 188e
(A)

(B)

1.78e

@)

1.87e

The cabin for the pilot is called

(B) cubicle

(Q cube

(D) cockpit

L98.

(B)

15,000

km

(D)

50,000

km

The majority of National Highways in India have

four-lanes
(Q sixJanes
Highways

(B) two-lanes
(D) eight-lanes

(A)

40%

(B)

2%

f*

(g

30%

Q)

4%

?00.

What is the respohsibility of the NHAI

Out of 71.,00Okm of National

of India (NHAIr is t..e nodal agency responsible for

(A) expansion of National Highways


(B) planning of National Highways

building, upgrading a:'r,i maintaining n-rostof the national

(Q

highways netwo.k. the \arional Highn'avs Development


Proiect (NHDP) is a major effort to expand and upgrade
the netu,ork of highways.

199. What percentage of roads in India are National

l .. , :;us \nt are J or 6 lanes antl remaining


50,000 km are I .:::ts The \ational Highr.r'avs Authority
Highrr'avs

71,000

(A)

(Q: No. 195 - 200)

limrt+;-::;=:i :\.::qsli\'avs.

km
(Q 61,000 km
(A)

(A) chamber

II

Highways of India

l:= ),.::rt rral Highways Network of India measures


Lr\'tr: '-! rr' ,:s,,f 1010, inclucling over 1,000 km of

NHAI often

uses a

buikJing, upgrading and maintaining of

National Highways

(D) control of National Highways

public-private

pa-rtr,.ership model for highway development, maintenance

196.

(B) ship

Passage -

'
'

construction.

The scientific invention began after the Industrial

Revtrlution of
.

uncler r

-o0o-

ar,i tc]l-c..llection. National highr,r,avs constitutecl about


l', ci a* :te r,rads in h-rclia, but carried about 40% of the
total rura.i

[a::i:

a_.

..i ]tt10. The majoritr- of existing national

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