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SCORE-I PART TEST # 01


LEADER COURSE : Phase-TV & TX PATTERN : JEE (Advanced)
TARGET : JEE (Main + Advanced) 2015 Date : 13 - 02 - 2015
le; : 3 ?k.Vs egÙke vad : 210
Time : 3 Hours Maximum Marks : 210
Ïi;k bu funsZ 'kksa dks /;ku ls i<+ s A vkidks 5 feuV fo'ks "k :i ls bl dke ds fy, fn;s x;s gS aA
Please read the instructions carefully. You are allotted 5 minutes specifically for this purpose.
funs Z ' k / INSTRUCTIONS
A. lkekU; / General :
1. ;g iqfLrdk vkidk iz'u&i= gSA bldh eqgj rc rd u rksM+s tc rd fujh{kd ds }kjk bldk funZ's k u fn;k tk;sA
This booklet is your Question Paper. Do not break the seal of this booklet before being instructed to do so by the

DO NOT BREAK THE SEALS WITHOUT BEING INSTRUCTED TO DO SO BY THE INVIGILATOR \ fujh{kd ds vuqns'kksa ds fcuk eqgjsa u rks M+ s
invigilator.
2. iz'u&i= dk dksM (CODE) bl i`"B ds Åijh nk;sa dkSus ij Nik gSA
The question paper CODE is printed on the right hand top corner of this sheet.
3. dPps dk;Z ds fy, [kkyh i`"B vkSj [kkyh LFkku bl iqfLrdk esa gh gSaA dPps dk;Z ds fy, dksbZ vfrfjDr dkxt ugha fn;k tk;sxkA
Blank spaces and blank pages are provided in the question paper for your rough work. No additional sheets will
be provided for rough work.
4. dksjs dkxt] fDyi cksMZ] ykWx rkfydk] LykbM :y] dYS dqyVs j] deS jk] lsyQksu] istj vkSj fdlh Hkh izdkj ds bysDVªkWfud midj.k dh
ijh{kk d{k esa vuqefr ugha gSaA
Blank papers, clipboards, log tables, slide rules, calculators, cameras, cellular phones, pagers and electronic
gadgets of any are NOT allowed inside the examination hall.
5. bl iqfLrdk ds fiNys i`"B ij fn, x, LFkku esa viuk uke vkSj QkWeZ uEcj fyf[k,A
W rite your name and Form number in the space provided on the back cover of this booklet.
6. mÙkj i=] ,d ;a=&Js.khdj.k ;ksX; i= (ORS) gS tks fd vyx ls fn;s tk;saxsA
The answer sheet, a machine-readable Optical Response Sheet (ORS), is provided separately.
7. vks-vkj-,l-(ORS) ;k bl iqfLrdk esa gsj&Qsj@foÏfr u djsa / DO NOT TAMPER WITH/MUTILATE THE ORS OR THIS BOOKLET.
8. bl iqfLrdk dh eqgj rksM+us ds i'pkr d`i;k tk¡p ysa fd blesa 40 i`"B gSa vkSj izR;sd fo"k; ds lHkh 22 iz'u vkSj muds mÙkj fodYi Bhd
ls i<+s tk ldrs gSaA lHkh [kaMksa ds izkjEHk esa fn;s gq, funsZ'kksa dks /;ku ls i<+sA
On breaking the seal of the booklet check that it contains 40 pages and all the 22 questions in each subject and
corresponding answer choices are legible. Read carefully the instructions printed at the beginning of each section.
B. vks - vkj-,l- (ORS) dk Hkjko / Filling the ORS :
9. ijh{kkFkhZ dks gy fd;s x;s iz'u dk mÙkj ORS mÙkj iqfLrdk esa lgh LFkku ij dkys ckWy ikbUV dye ls mfpr xksys dks xgjk djds nsuk gA
S
A candidate has to write his / her answers in the ORS sheet by darkening the appropriate bubble with the help of
Black ball point pen as the correct answer(s) of the question attempted.
10. ORS ds (i`" B la [;k 1) ij ekaxh xbZ leLr tkudkjh /;ku iwoZd vo'; Hkjsa vkSj vius gLrk{kj djsaA
Write all information and sign in the box provied on part of the ORS (Page No. 1).
C. iz ' ui= dk iz k:i / Question Paper Formate :
bl iz'u&i= ds rhu Hkkx (HkkSfrd foKku] jlk;u foKku vkSj xf.kr) gSaA gj Hkkx ds nks [kaM gSaA
The question paper consists of 3 parts (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics). Each part consists of two sections.
11. [ka M –I / SECTION – I
(i) Hkkx esa 8 cgqfodYi iz'u gSaA gj iz'u esa pkj fodYi (A), (B), (C) vkSj (D) gSa ftuesa ls ,d lgh gSaA
Contains 8 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONLY
ONE is correct.
(ii) Hkkx esa 4 cgq f odYi iz ' u gSaA gj iz'u esa pkj fodYi (A), (B), (C) vkSj (D) gSa ftuesa ls ,d ;k vf/kd lgh gSaA
Contains 4 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which
ONE or MORE are correct.
(iii) Hkkx esa fl¼kUrksa] iz;ksxksa vkSj vk¡dM+ksa vkfn dks n'kkZus okys 2 vuq P Ns n gSA nksuksa vuqPNsnksa ls lacfU/kr pkj iz ' u gSaA ftuesa ls gj
vuqPNsn ij nks iz'u gSaA fdlh Hkh vuqPNsn esa gj iz'u ds pkj fodYi (A), (B), (C) vkSj (D) gSa ftuesa ls ds o y ,d lgh gSaA
Contains 2 paragraphs each describing theory, experiment, data etc. Four questions relate to two paragraphs
with two questions on each paragraph. Each question of a paragraph has ONLY ONE correct answer among
the four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D)
12. [ka M –II o III es a ,d Hkh iz ' u ugha gSA / There is no questions in SECTION-II & III
13. [kaM-IV esa 6 iz'u gSaA izR;sd iz'u dk mÙkj 0 ls 9 rd (nksuksa 'kkfey) ds chp dk ,dy vadh; iw.kk±d gSA
Section-IV contains 6 questions The answer to each question is a single digit integer, ranging from
0 to 9 (both inclusive)
Ïi;k 'ks"k funs Z'kksa ds fy;s bl iqfLrdk ds vfUre i`"B dks i<+s A / Please read the last page of this booklet for rest of the instructions
Target : JEE (Main + Advanced) 2015/13-02-2015

fo"k; [k.M i`" B la [;k


Subject Section Page No.
Hkkx -1 HkkSfrd foKku I(i)
dsoy ,d lgh fodYi izdkj 03 - 06
Part-1 Physics Only One Options Correct Type

I(ii)
,d ;k vf/kd lgh fodYi izdkj 07 - 09
One or More Options Correct Type
vuqPNsn izdkj 10 - 13
I(iii)
Paragraph Type

IV
iw.kk±d eku lgh izdkj
(0 ls 9)
14 - 16
Integer Value Correct Type (0 to 9)

Hkkx -2 jlk;u foKku I(i)


dsoy ,d lgh fodYi izdkj 17 - 19
Part-2 Chemistry Only One Options Correct Type

I(ii)
,d ;k vf/kd lgh fodYi izdkj 20 - 21
One or More Options Correct Type
vuqPNsn izdkj 22 - 23
I(iii)
Paragraph Type

IV
iw.kk±d eku lgh izdkj
(0 ls 9)
24 - 27
Integer Value Correct Type (0 to 9)

Hkkx -3 xf.kr I(i)


dsoy ,d lgh fodYi izdkj 28 - 30
Part-3 Mathematics Only One Options Correct Type

I(ii)
,d ;k vf/kd lgh fodYi izdkj 31 - 31
One or More Options Correct Type
vuqPNsn izdkj 32 - 33
I(iii)
Paragraph Type

IV
iw.kk±d eku lgh izdkj (0 ls 9) 34 - 38
Integer Value Correct Type (0 to 9)

SOME USEFUL CONSTANTS


Atomic No. H = 1, B = 5, C = 6, N = 7, O = 8, F = 9, Al = 13, P = 15, S = 16, Cl = 17,
Br = 35, Xe = 54, Ce = 58,
Atom ic m a s s e s : H = 1, Li = 7, B = 11, C = 12, N = 14, O = 16, F = 19, Na = 23, Mg = 24,
Al = 27, P = 31, S = 32, Cl = 35.5, Ca=40, Fe = 56, Br = 80, I = 127,
Xe = 131, Ba=137, Ce = 140,

· Boltzmann constant k = 1.38 × 10–23 JK–1


1
· Coulomb's law constant = 9 ×10 9
4 pe0
· Universal gravitational constant G = 6.67259 × 10–11 N–m2 kg–2
· Speed of light in vacuum c = 3 × 108 ms–1
· Stefan–Boltzmann constant s = 5.67 × 10–8 Wm–2–K–4
· Wien's displacement law constant b = 2.89 × 10–3 m–K
· Permeability of vacuum µ0 = 4p × 10–7 NA–2
1
· Permittivity of vacuum Î0 =
m0 c2
· Planck constant h = 6.63 × 10–34 J–s

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BEWARE OF NEGATIVE MARKING
PART-1 : PHYSICS
Hkkx-1 : HkkSfrd foKku
SECTION–I : (i) Only One option correct Type
[k.M -I : (i) ds o y ,d lgh fodYi izd kj
This section contains 8 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and
(D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
bl [k.M esa 8 cgqfodYi iz'u gAS izR;sd iz'u esa pkj fodYi (A), (B), (C) vkjS (D) gaS ftuesa ls ds o y ,d
lgh gSA
1. For nuclei mass number A > 120
(i) when two nuclei fuse together energy is released
(ii) when nuclei brakes energy is released
(iii) BE/nucleon decrease with increase in A
(iv) BE decrease on A increase
nzO;eku la[;k A > 120 okys ukfHkd ds fy;s
(i) tc nks ukfHkd layf;r gksrs gaS rks ÅtkZ eqDr gksrh gAS
(ii) tc ,d ukfHkd fo[kf.Mr gksrk gS rks ÅtkZ eqDr gksrh gAS
(iii) A esa o`f¼ ds lkFk izfr U;wfDy;kWu ca/ku ÅtkZ ?kVrh gSA
(iv) A esa o`f¼ djus ij ca/ku ÅtkZ ?kVrh gAS
(A) (iii), (iv) (B) (ii), (iii) (C) (i), (iii) (D) (ii), (iv)
2. 238
A thermal neutron strikes an isolated 92 U atom in vacuum. Then :-
(A) The heat produced is roughly equal to 100 Mev
(B) The heat produced is roughly equal to 200 Mev
(C) The heat produced is roughly equal to 300 Mev
(D) No heat is produced
,d rkih; U;wVªkWu fuokZr esa ,d foyfxr 92 U 238 ijek.kq ls Vdjkrk g]S rc %&
(A) mRiUu Å"ek yxHkx 100 Mev ds cjkcj gksxhA
(B) mRiUu Å"ek yxHkx 200 Mev ds cjkcj gksxhA
(C) mRiUu Å"ek yxHkx 300 Mev ds cjkcj gksxhA
(D) dksbZ Å"ek mRiUu ugha gksxhA
Space for Rough Work / dPps dk;Z ds fy, LFkku

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3. A beam of light has two wavelengths 3100 Å and 4133 Å with a total intensity of 12.8 W/m2 equally
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distributed between the two wavelengths. The beam falls normally on an area of a clean metallic surface
of work function 3.1 eV. Assume that there is no loss of energy by reflection and that each energetically
capable photon ejects one electron. How many electrons will emit per second from the face area ?
,d izdk'k iqat ds nks rjaxn/S ;Z 3100 Å o 4133 Å rFkk dqy rhozrk 12.8 W/m2 gS tks fd nksuksa rjaxn/S ;ks± ds e/; leku :i
ls forfjr gAS ;g iqat 3.1 eV dk;ZQyu okyh ,d lkQ /kkfRod lrg ij yEcor~ vkifrr gAS eku yhft, fd ijkorZu ds
dkj.k ÅtkZ dh dksbZ gkfu ugha gksrh gS rFkk izR ;sd l{ke ÅftZr QksVkWu ,d bysDVªkWu mRlftZr djrk gSA lrg ls izf r lsd.M
fdrus bysDVªk Wu mRlftZr gksax \
s
(A) 2 × 1019 (B) 1019 (C) 1018 (D) 2 × 1018
4. An insect of negligible mass is sitting on a block of mass M, tied with a spring of force constant k. The
block performs simple harmonic motion with amplitude A in front of a plane mirror placed as shown.
The maximum speed of insect relative to its image will be :-
ux.; æO;eku dk ,d dhM+k cy fu;rkad k okyh fLiazx ls tqM+s M æO;eku ds CykWd ij j[kk gqvk gAS ;g CykWd
fp=kuqlkj ,d lery niZ.k ds lkeus A vk;ke okyh ljy vkorZ xfr djrk gAS blds izfrfcEc ds lkis{k dhM+s dh
vfèkdre pky gksxh %&
\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\

60°

k A 3 k k A k
(A) A (B) (C) A 3 (D)
M 2 M M 2 M

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5. A light ray passes from air into another medium at point P. How long does it take the light ray to

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travel from P to Q ?
,d izdk'k fdj.k fcUnq P ij gok ls nwljs ek/;e esa izo's k djrh gAS P ls Q rd tkus esa izdk'k fdj.k dks fdruk le;
yxsxk \

53°
P air
medium
12m

Q
5m

(A) 9 × 10–10 s (B) 9 × 10 –7 s (C) 9 × 10 –8 s (D) 9 × 10–6s


6. In the displacement method for determining the focal length of a convex lens, the lens is displaced by
distance x to again obtain a sharp image on the screen. If the magnification in two positions are m1 and
m2 respectively, the focal length of the lens is :-

,d mÙky ysUl dh Qksdl nwjh Kkr djus ds fy, iz;qä foLFkkiu fof/k esa insZ ij iqu% Li"V izfrfcEc izkIr djus ds fy,
ysUl dks x nwjh rd foLFkkfir fd;k tkrk gAS ;fn nksuksa fLFkfr;ksa esa vko/kZu Øe'k% m1 rFkk m2 gks rks ysUl dh Qksdl
nwjh gS %&
x x x x
(A) (B) (C) (D)
m1 + m 2 m1 - m 2 m1 - m 2
2
m1 + m 2
2

Space for Rough Work / dPps dk;Z ds fy, LFkku

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7. A point object O is placed at a distance of 20 cm in front of a equi-convex lens (amg = 1.5) of focal length
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10 cm . The lens is placed on a liquid of refractive index 2 as shown. Image will be formed at a distance
h from lens. The value of h is :-
,d fcUnq fcEc O dks 10 cm Qksdl nwjh okys leksÙky ysal (amg = 1.5) ds lkeus 20 cm nwjh ij j[kk x;k gAS ysal dks
viorZukad 2 okys nz o ij fp=kuqlkj j[kk x;k gAS izfrfcEc ysal ls h nwjh ij curk gAS h dk eku gksxk
O

20cm
m=2

(A) 5 cm (B) 10 cm (C) 20 cm (D) 40 cm


8. A magnetic needle suspended in a vertical plane at 37° from the magnetic meridian makes an angle of
45° with the horizontal. Find the true angle of dip
pqEcdh; ;kE;ksÙkj ls 37° ij Å/okZ/kj ry esa yVdh gqbZ ,d pqEcdh; lqbZ {kfS rt ds lkFk 45° dk dks.k cukrh gAS ;FkkFkZ
ufr dks.k Kkr dhft,%&
4
æ ö 5 æ 4ö æ 3ö
(A) tan -1 çè ÷ø (B) tan -1 æçè ö÷ø (C) tan -1 çè ÷ø (D) tan -1 çè ÷ø
5 4 3 4

Space for Rough Work / dPps dk;Z ds fy, LFkku

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(ii) One or more options correct Type

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(ii) ,d ;k vf/kd lgh fodYi izd kj
This section contains 4 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and
(D) out of which ONE or MORE are correct.
bl [k.M esa 4 cgq fodYi iz 'u gaSA izR;sd iz'u esa pkj fodYi (A), (B), (C) vkSj (D) gaS] ftuesa ls ,d ;k
vf/kd lgh gSA
9. Applying Bohr’s model choose the correct statement(s) :-
(A) Kb photon of aluminium will be more energetic than Ka photon of Lithium
(B) Ka photon of Beryllium will be more energetic than Ka photon of Lithium
(C) Ka photon of sodium will be more energetic than Ka photon of magnesium
(D) Ka photon of aluminium will be less energetic than Kb photon of aluminium

cksgj ds izfr:i dk mi;ksx dj lgh dFku@dFkuksa dks pqfu, %&


(A) ,Y;qfefu;e dk Kb QksVksu] yhfFk;e ds Ka QksVksu ls vf/kd ÅtkZoku gksrk gSA

(B) csfjfy;e dk Ka QksVksu] yhfFk;e ds Ka QksVksu ls vf/kd ÅtkZoku gksrk gSA

(C) lksfM;e dk Ka QksVksu] esfXuf'k;e ds Ka QksVksu ls vf/kd ÅtkZoku gksrk gSA

(D) ,Y;qfefu;e dk Ka QksVksu] ,Y;qfefu;e ds Kb QksVksu ls de ÅtkZoku gksrk gSA

Space for Rough Work / dPps dk;Z ds fy, LFkku

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10. In a hydrogen like atom in which every atom is in a particular excited state. Now a stream of photons of
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energy E0 bombarded into it and is absorbed by the hydrogen like atom and subsequently its emission
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spectrum shows 10 different lines in which some lines have energy less than E0 and some lines
225
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have energy more than E0 and some lines have energy equal to E0 . (Where E0 is ionization
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energy of hydrogen atom in ground state).
(A) The final quantum no. of electron in the atom is 5
(B) The initial quantum no. of electron in the atom is 3
(C) Atomic no. of the atom is 2
(D) None of these
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,d gkbMªkt
s u ln`'k ijek.kq esa izR;sd ijek.kq ,d fo'ks"k mÙksftr voLFkk esa gAS vc 225
E0 ÅtkZ okys QkWVksukas ds ,d iqat
dh bl ij ckSNkj dh tkrh g]S ftldk ;g ijek.kq vo'kks"k.k dj ysrk gS rFkk blds QyLo:i izkIr mRltZu LisDVªe esa 10
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fofHkUu js[kk;as izkIr gksrh gSaA buesa ls dqN js[kkvksa dh ÅtkZ 225
E0 ls de gksrh g]S dqN js[kkvksa dh ÅtkZ 225
E0 ls vfèkd
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rFkk dqN js[kkvksa dh ÅtkZ 225
E0 ds cjkcj gksrh gAS (tgk¡ E0 ewy voLFkk esa gkbMªsktu ijek.kq dh vk;uu ÅtkZ gAS ).
(A) bl ijek.kq esa bysDVªkWu dh vafre DokaVe la[;k 5 gksxhA

(B) bl ijek.kq esa bysDVªkWu dh izkjfEHkd DokaVe la[;k 3 gksxhA


(C) ijek.kq dk ijek.kq Øekad 2 gAS
(D) buesa ls dksbZ ugh

Space for Rough Work / dPps dk;Z ds fy, LFkku

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11. For a concave mirror, graph of square of magnification and image distance from pole is given for real
object. Choose the correct statement(s) :-

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(A) This graph is hyperbola. (B) length a must be equal to length b.
(C) radius of concave mirror is 60 cm (D) the length c will be half of length a.

m2

b a
c
v(in cm)
15 30 60

fdlh vory niZ.k ds fy;s vko/kZu ds oxZ rFkk fn;s x;s okLrfod fcEc ds fy;s /kqzo ls izfrfcEc nwjh ds e/; xzkQ fp=kuqlkj
n'kkZ;k x;k gAS lgh dFku@dFkuksa dks pqfu;sA
(A) ;g vkjs[k vfrijoy;kdkj gksxkA (B) yEckbZ a] yEckbZ b ds cjkcj gh gksxhA
(C) vory niZ.k dh f=T;k 60 cm gksxhA (D) yEckbZ c] yEckbZ a dh vk/kh gksxhA
12. If refractive index of material except vacuum for different color will be different and variation is given
dm
as = al (where l is wavelength) and wavelength increases as we go along
dl
V®I®B®G®Y®O®R
Choose the incorrect statement(s) :-
(A) deviation will be maximum for red through any prism
(B) white light goes from air to matter will disperse in different colours
(C) white light goes from air to matter then violet will be closest to normal in emergent light
(D) deviation will be maximum for violet
dm
;fn fuokZr ds vfrfjDr inkFkZ dk viorZ ukad fofHkUu jaxksa ds fy;s vyx gks rk gS rFkk ifjorZu dks dl
= al

(tgka l rjaxn/S ;Z g)S }kjk nsrs gSa rFkk V ® I ® B ® G ® Y ® O ® R ds vuqfn'k tkus ij rjaxn/S ;Z c<+rh gS rks xyr
dFku@dFkuksa dks pqfu;s %&
(A) fdlh Hkh fizTe ls yky jax ds fy, fopyu vf/kdre gksxkA
(B) ok;q ls nzO; esa tkus ij 'osr izdk'k fofHkUu jaxksa esa foHkDr gks tkrk gAS
(C) ok;q ls nzO; esa tkus ij 'osr izdk'k esa cSaxuh jax] fuxZr izdk'k fdj.k esa vfHkyEc ds utnhd gksxkA
(D) cSaxuh jax ds fy, fopyu vf/kdre gksxkA
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(iii) Paragraph Type
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(iii) vuqPNs n izdkj


This section contains 2 paragraphs each describing theory, experiment, data etc. Four questions relate
to two paragraphs with two questions on each paragraph. Each question of a paragraph has only one
correct answer among the four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D).
bl [k.M esa fl¼kUrksa] iz;ksxksa vkjS vk¡dM+kas vkfn dks n'kkZus okys 2 vuq PNs n gAS nksuksa vuqPNsnksa ls lacaf/kr pkj iz'u
gSa] ftuesa ls gj vuqPNsn ij nks iz'u gSaA vuqPNsn esa gj iz'u ds pkj fodYi (A), (B), (C) vkSj (D) gSa ftuesa
ls ds o y ,d lgh gSA
Paragraph for Questions 13 and 14
iz' u 13 ,oa 14 ds fy;s vuq P Ns n
In many nuclear probes a neutron or an electron projected from a large distance towards the fixed target
nucleus. The projectile need not be aimed directly towards the centre of the nucleus. Even if it is of by
a certain distance called impact parameter (b), the projectile may be captured by the nucleus. Crudely,
we can say that it is captured if it reaches the edge of the nucleus.

dbZ ukfHkdh; iz;ksx'kkykvksa esa ,d U;wVªkWu ;k bysDVªkWu dks fLFkj y{; ukfHkd dh vksj ,d cgqr vf/kd nwjh ls iz{ksfir
fd;k tkrk gAS iz{ksI; dks ukfHkd ds dsUnz dh vksj funsZf'kr djus dh vko';drk ugh gksrhA ;fn ;g ukfHkd ls ,d
fuf'pr nwjh] ftls la?kê izkpy (b) dgk tkrk g]S ij gks rks ukfHkd }kjk bl iz{ksI; dk vf/kxzg.k gks ldrk gAS la{ksi esa dgk
tk ldrk gS fd ;fn ;g ukfHkd dh ifjf/k ds lehi igq¡p tk,s rks ukfHkd bldk vf/kxzg.k dj ysrk gAS

b R

b = impact parameter

For a neutron, impact parameter is equal to the radius of the nucleus, for proton which is repelled by the
nucleus, impact parameter is less than the radius. But for a proton, the kinetic energy of incident proton
Ze 2
should be greater than , or proton will not reach the nucleus. If neutron or proton are used as a
4 pÎ0 R
projectile, nuclear reaction may be triggered off. For probing nuclear structure, electron is preferred over
proton or neutron.
,d U;wVkª uW ds fy, la?kê izkpy ukfHkd dh f=T;k ds cjkcj gksrk gS] tcfd ukfHkd }kjk izfrdf"kZr gksus okys izkVs kWu ds fy,
Ze 2
bldk eku f=T;k ls de gksrk gAS ijUrq ,d izksVkWu ds fy, vkifrr izkVs kWu dh xfrt ÅtkZ 4 pÎ R ls vf/kd gh gksuk pkfg,
0

vU;Fkk ;g izkVs kWu ukfHkd rd ugh igq¡p ik;sxkA ;fn U;wVªkWu ;k izkVs kWu dks ,d iz{ksI; ds :i eas fy;k tk;s rks ukfHkdh;
vfHkfØ;k ugh gksxhA ukfHkdh; lajpuk tk¡p ds fy, izksVkWu ;k U;wVªkWu dh rqyuk esa bysDVªkWu dks ojh;rk nh tkrh gAS

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Z 0 e2
13. In a certain situation, we have protons of energy . Here R0 is the radius of nucleus, being used

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6p Î0 R 0
and Z0 is its atomic number. We decide to choose a different nucleus as a target. Which target nuclei
should be selected so that the proton with the same energy may be captured by the nucleus?
(A) Nucleus with higher atomic number and lower mass number
(B) Nucleus with higher atomic number and same mass number
(C) Nucleus with same atomic number and low mass number
(D) Nucleus with same atomic number and higher mass number
Z 0 e2
,d fo'ks"k fLFkfr esa gekjs ikl 6p Î R ÅtkZ okys izkVs kWu g]S tgk¡ R0 ukfHkd dh f=T;k rFkk Z0 bldk ijek.kq Øekad
0 0

gAS ge y{; ds fy;s ,d vU; ukfHkd dk p;u djuk pkgrs gAS dkuS lk y{; ukfHkd fy;k tkuk pkfg, rkfd leku ÅtkZ
okys izksVkWu dk bl ukfHkd }kjk vf/kxzg.k gks lds\
(A) ftldk mPp ijek.kq Øekad rFkk vYi nzO;eku la[;k gks
(B) ftldk mPp ijek.kq Øekad rFkk leku nzO;eku la [;k gks
(C) ftldk leku ijek.kq Øekad rFkk vYi nzO;eku la[;k gks
(D) ftldk leku ijek.kq Øekad rFkk mPp nzO;eku la [;k gks
14. The impact parameter for protons with kinetic energy K is
xfrt ÅtkZ K okys izksVkWuksa dk la?kê izkpy gS

Ze 2 Ze 2 Ze 2 R Ze 2
(A) R 1 + (B) R 1 - (C) R 1 - (D) 1 -
4 pÎ0 RK 8pÎ0 RK 4 pÎ0 RK 2 4pÎ0 RK

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Paragraph for Questions 15 and 16
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iz' u 15 ,oa 16 ds fy;s vuq P Ns n


Einstein in 1905 propounded the special theory of relativity and in 1915 proposed the general
theory of relativity. The special theory deals with inertial frames of reference. The general theory
of relativity deals with problems in which one frame of reference. He assumed that a fixed frame is
accelerated w.r.t. another frame of reference of reference cannot be located. Postulates of special
theory of relativity
vkbUlVhu us 1905 esa vkisf{kdrk ds fof'k"V fl¼kUr dk izfriknu fd;k rFkk 1915 esa vkisf{kdrk ds lkekU; fl¼kUr dk
izfriknu fd;kA fof'k"V fl¼kar tM+Roh; funsZ'k ra=ksa ls lacf/kr gksrk gAS vkisf{kdrk dk lkekU; fl¼kUr fdlh funsZ'k ra=
ds lkis{k Rofjr funsZ'k ra= dh leL;kvksa ls lacaf/kr gksrk gAS mlus ekuk fd ,d fLFkj funsZ'k ra= LFkkfir ugha fd;k tk
ldrk gAS vkisf{kdrk ds fof'k"V fl¼kar dh ifjdYiuk,¡ gaS&
• The laws of physics have the same form in all inertial systems.
HkkfS rdh ds fu;e lHkh tM+Roh; fudk;ksa esa leku :i esa gksrs gaSA
• The velocity of light in empty space is a universal constant the same for all observers.
Einstein proved the following facts based on his theory of special relativity. Let v be the velocity of
the speceship w.r.t. a given frame of reference. The observations are made by an observer in that
reference frame.
eqDr vkdk'k esa izdk'k dk osx lHkh izs{kdksa ds fy;s leku lkoZf=d fu;rkad gksrk gAS
vkbUlVhu us mlds vkisf{kdrk ds fof'k"V fl¼kUr ij vk/kkfjr fuEu rF;ksa dks izekf.kr fd;kA ekuk fd fdlh fn;s x;s
funsZ'k ra= ds lkis{k fdlh varfj{k ;ku dk osx v gAS bl funsZ'k ra= esa fdlh iz{s kd }kjk iz{s k.k fy;s tkrs gAS
• All clocks on the spaceship will go slow by a factor 1 - v 2 / c2
varfj{k ;ku esa lHkh ?kfM+;ka xq.kkad 1 - v 2 / c2 ds vuqlkj /kheh pyrh gAS
• All objects on the spaceship will have contracted in length by a factor 1 - v 2 / c2
varfj{k ;ku esa lHkh oLrqvksa dh yEckbZ xq.kkad 1 - v 2 / c2 ds vuqlkj fldqM+ tkrh gaSA
• The mass of the spaceship increases by a factor 1 - v 2 / c2
varfj{k ;ku dk nzO;eku xq.kkad 1 - v 2 / c2 ds vuqlkj c<+ tkrk gAS
• Mass and energy are interconvertable E = mc 2
nzO;eku rFkk ÅtkZ E = mc2 ds vuqlkj ,d&nwljs esa ifjofrZr gks tkrs gSA
• The speed of a material object can never exceed the velocity of light.
fdlh /kkfRod oLrq dh pky] izdk'k ds osx ls dHkh vf/kd ugha gks ldrh gAS
• If two objects A and B are moving with velocity u and v w.r.t. each other along the x-axis, the
u-v
relative velocity of A w.r.t. B =
1 - uv / c 2
;fn nks oLrq,sa A rFkk B ,d nwljs ds lkis{k x v{k ds vuqfn'k u rFkk v osx ls xfr'khy gks rks B ds lkis{k A dk
u-v
vkisf{kd osx 1 - uv / c 2
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15. One cosmic ray particle approaches the earth along its axis with a velocity of 0.9c towards the

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north pole and another one with a velocity of 0.5c towards the south pole. The relative speed of
approach of one particle w.r.t. another is :-
,d varfj{k fdj.k d.k vius v{k ds vuqfn'k mRrjh /kqzo dh vksj 0.9 c osx ls i`Foh ij igqaprk gS rFkk ,d vU; d.k
0.5 c osx ls nf{k.k /kqzo dh vksj i`Foh ij igqaprk gAS nwljs d.k ds lkis{k igys d.k ds igqapus dk vkisf{kd osx gksxk%&
(A) 1.4 c (B) 0.9655 c (C) 0.8888c (D) c
16. The momentum of an electron moving with a speed 0.6 c is (Rest mass of electron is 9.1 × 10–31 kg)
0.6 c pky ls xfr'khy ,d bysDVªkWu dk laosx gksxk (bysDVªkWu dk fojke nzO;eku 9.1 × 10–31 kg g)S %&
(A) 1.6 × 10–22 kgms–1 (B) 2 × 10–22 kgms–1 (C) 5.46 × 10–31 kgms–1 (D) 5.46 × 10–22 kgms–1

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SECTION –II / [k.M – II & SECTION –III / [k.M – III


Matrix-Match Type / eSfVª D l&es y izd kj Integer Value Correct Type / iw . kk± d eku lgh iz d kj
No question will be asked in section II and III / [k.M II ,oa III esa dksb Z iz'u ugha gSA
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SECTION-IV : (Integer Value Correct Type)
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[k.M -IV : (iw . kk± d eku lgh iz d kj)


This section contains 6 questions. The answer to each question is a single digit Integer, ranging from
0 to 9 (both inclusive)
bl [k.M esa 6 iz ' u gSaA izR;sd iz'u dk mÙkj 0 ls 9 rd (nksuksa 'kkfey) ds chp dk ,dy va d h; iw . kk± d
gSA
1. In a transition to a state of ionization potential 30.6 V, a hydrogen like atom emits a 541.17 Å photon.
Determine the principal quantum number of the initial state.
vk;uu foHko 30.6 V okyh ,d voLFkk esa laØe.k ds fy, ,d gkbMªkt
s u ln`'; ijek.kq 541.17 Å QksVkWu mRlftZr
djrk gAS izkjfEHkd voLFkk dh eq[; Dok.Ve la[;k Kkr dhft,A
2. A short light pulse of energy E falls in a collimated beam on mirror where reflection coefficient is r the
aE
angle of incidence q, then the momentum imparted to mirror is = b + gr cos q + r d then find
C
a+b+g+d?
ÅtkZ E okys ,d NksVs izdk'k LiUn ls niZ.k ij ?kuh fce vkifrr djrs gaSA niZ.k dk ijkorZu xq.kkad r rFkk vkiru dks.k
aE
q gS rks niZ.k dks fn;k x;k laox
s = b + gr cos q + r d gS rks a + b + g + d dk eku Kkr dhft,\
C

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Initially 25% of total decay comes from A. How long (in hr) will it take before 75% of total decay comes
from A. [Take l = ln 3]
,d jsfM;kslfØ; izfrn'kZ nks jsfM;ks ukfHkdksa A o B ls feydj cuk gS] ftuds fo?kVu fu;rkad l hr–1 rFkk 2l hr–1 gAS
izkjEHk esa dqy fo?kVu dk 25%, A ls izkIr gksrk gAS dqy fo?kVu dk 75%] A ls izkIr gksus esa fdruk le; (?k.Vs esa)
yxsxk [fn;k gS % l = ln 3]
4. A ray of light traveling in glass (µ = 3/2) is incident on a horizontal glass air surface at the critical angle
qC. If a thin layer of water (µ = 4/3) is now poured on the glass air surface, the ray of light emerge into air
at the water air surface at an angle of p/k radians find the value of k.
dk¡p (µ = 3/2) esa xfr'khy ,d izdk'k fdj.k ,d {kSfrt dk¡p ok;q i`"B ij Økafrd dks.k qC ij vkifrr gksrh gAS ;fn
dk¡p ok;q i`"B ij ty (µ = 4/3) dh ,d iryh ijr Mkyh tk, rks ;g izdk'k fdj.k ty ok;q lrg ij p/k jsfM;u dks.k
ij ok;q esa fuxZr gks tkrh gAS k dk eku Kkr dhft,A
q
C D
Water O
A B
R 3
qc µ=–
2
R

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5. Consider a hydrogen like atom whose energy in nth excited state is given by
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13.6
En = - 2
Z2
n
When this excited atom makes a transition from an excited state to ground state. The most energetic
photons have energy Emax = 52.224 eV and the least energetic photons have energy Emin = 1.224 eV.
Find the atomic number of atom.
,d gkbMªkstu ln`'; ijek.kq ij fopkj dhft,] ftldh n oha mÙksftr voLFkk esa ÅtkZ fuEu izdkj nh tkrh gAS
13.6
En = - 2
Z2
n
tc ;g mÙksftr ijek.kq ,d mÙksftr voLFkk ls ewy voLFkk esa laØe.k djrk gS rks vf/kdre ÅftZr QksVksuksa dh ÅtkZ
Emax = 52.224 eV rFkk U;wure ÅftZr QksVksuksa dh ÅtkZ Emin = 1.224 eV izkIr gksrh gAS ijek.kq dk ijek.kq Øekad
Kkr dhft,A
6. The refractive index of the medium within a certain region, x > 0, y > 0, changes with y. A thin light ray
travelling in the x-direction strikes the medium at right angles and moves through the medium along a
circular arc. The maximum angular size of the arc is (The material having greatest refractive index is
diamond with refractive index n = 2.5) given by q then find the value of 10 × cosq.
fdlh fo'ks"k LFkku x > 0, y > 0 esa ek/;e dk viorZukad y ds lkFk cnyrk gAS ,d iryh izdk'k fdj.k x-fn'kk esa xfr
djrh gqbZ bl ek/;e ls ledks.k ij Vdjkrh gS rFkk ek/;e esa o`Ùkkdkj pki ds vuqfn'k xfr djrh gSA ;fn bl pki dk
vf/kdre dks .kh; vkdkj q gks rks 10 × cosq dk eku Kkr dhft;sA (ghjs dk viorZ u ka d vf/kdre gks rk g S
tks fd n = 2.5 gksrk g)S
y

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Hkkx-2 : jlk;u foKku
SECTION–I : (i) Only One option correct Type
[k.M -I : (i) ds o y ,d lgh fodYi izd kj
This section contains 8 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and
(D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
bl [k.M esa 8 cgqfodYi iz'u gAS izR;sd iz'u esa pkj fodYi (A), (B), (C) vkjS (D) gaS ftuesa ls ds o y ,d
lgh gSA
1. The change in free energy accompanied by the isothermal reversible expansion of 1 mole of an ideal gas
when its volume is doubled, is DG1. Change in Gibbs free energy is DG2, if above change is carried out
irreversibly. Then ratio of DG1 to DG2 is.
1 eksy vkn'kZ xl
S ds lerkih; mRØe.kh; izlkj ds nkjS ku tc bldk vk;ru nqxquk djrs gS rc blls lEcfU/kr eqDr ÅtkZ
esa ifjorZu DG1 gksrk g]S ;fn mijksDr ifjorZu dks vuqRØe.kh; izØe esa djk;k tk;s rks fxCl eqDr ÅtkZ esa ifjorZu
DG2 gksrk g]S rc DG1 rFkk DG2 dk vuqikr gS-
(A) 1/2 (B) –1 (C) 1 (D) –1/2
2. When a graph is plotted between log x/m and log P (where P is in atm), it is straight line with an angle
of 45º and intercept 0.3010 on y-axis, what will be the amount of gas adsorbed per gm of adsorbent at
pressure 0.3 atm (log2 = 0.3010)
tc ,d oØ dks log x/m rFkk log P (tgk¡ P atm esa gS) ds e/; vkjsf[kr fd;k tkrk g]S rc ;g 45º ds dks.k ds lkFk
,d fl/kh js[kk gksrh gS rFkk ;g y-v{k dks 0.3010 ij izfrPNsn djrh gS] rc 0.3 atm ds nkc ij vf/k'kks"kd }kjk izfr xzke
vf/k'kksf"kr xl
S dh ek=k D;k gksxhA (log2 = 0.3010)
(A) 0.4 (B) 0.6 (C) 0.8 (D) 0.1
3. Heat of hydrogenation of > C = C < is X1 and that of > C = C C = C < is X2 then resonance energy of

> C = C C = C < is equal to -

> C = C < ds gkbMªkstuhdj.k dh Å"ek X1 gS rFkk > C = C C = C < ds gkbMªkstuhdj.k dh Å"ek X2 gS rks

> C = C C = C < dh vuqukn ÅtkZ cjkcj gksxh -

(A) X1 + X2 (B) X1 + X2 (C) 2(X1 – X2) (D) 2X1 – X2

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4. The correct order of hybridisation of the N, P and O in the following species is respectively
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fuEu Lih'kht esa Øe'k% N, P rFkk O ds ladj.k dk lgh Øe gS


N(SiH3)3, PCl3, H3BO3
(A) sp3, sp3, sp2 (B) sp2, sp3, sp3 (C) sp2, sp3, sp2 (D) sp3, sp2, sp2
5. The total number of elements among S, P, Zn, Al, Sn, Pb, which produce H2 gas with NaOH is
S, P, Zn, Al, Sn, Pb, esa ls ,sls rRoksa dh dqy la [;k tks NaOH ds lkFk H2 xSl cukrs gSa] gS
(A) 4 (B) 5 (C) 6 (D) 7
NH2
Ac2O HNO3 Chromatographic
6. A B + C separation B
Pyridine + H2SO4
(Major)
+
H3O

Zn
E + HCl D
E is :
NH2
Ac2O HNO3 ØksesVksxzkQh;
A B + C B
fifjMhu + H2SO4 i`FkDdj.k
(eq[;)
+
H3O

Zn
E + HCl D
E g&
S
NH2 NH2

(A) (B)

NH2 NO2

(C) H2N NH–C–CH3 (D) NH2


O NH2
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7. Polyester terrylene is made of monomer

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ikWfyLVj Vsjhyhu dk ,dyd gS&
CO2 H
CO2H
CH2OH CH2OH
(A) , (B) ,
CO2H CH2OH CH2OH
CO2H
CO2H
CO2H
CH2OH
CH2OH CO 2H
(C) , (D) , CH2
CH2OH CH2OH
CO2H
O2 conc.
8. Cumene A Acetone + B C.
hv H2SO4 O
C +
O, H
C
O
Identify correct statement :
(A) Product C is phenophthalein indicater
(B) Product B gives CO2 effervescence with NaHCO3
(C) Product A formation involves carbocation intermediate
(D) Product B gives no colour with neutral FeCl3
O2 lkUnz
D;qfeu hv
A H2SO4
,slhVkWu + B C.
O
C +
O, H
C
O
lgh dFku dks igpkfu,s&
(A) mRikn C fQukW¶FkfS yu lwpd gS
(B) mRikn B, NaHCO3 ds lkFk CO2 ds >kx nsrk gS
(C) mRikn A ds fuekZ.k esa dkcZ/kuk;u e/;orhZ lfEefyr gksrk gS
(D) mRikn B, mnklhu FeCl3 ds lkFk jax ugha nsrk gS
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(ii) One or more options correct Type
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(ii) ,d ;k vf/kd lgh fodYi izd kj


This section contains 4 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and
(D) out of which ONE or MORE are correct.
bl [k.M esa 4 cgq fodYi iz 'u gaSA izR;sd iz'u esa pkj fodYi (A), (B), (C) vkSj (D) gaS] ftuesa ls ,d ;k
v f/kd lgh gSA
9. 10 moles of a liquid X are 50% converted into its vapour at it's boiling point 273ºC and at a pressure of
1atm. If the value of latent heat of vapourisation of liquid is 273 L-atm/mole, then which of the following
statements is/are correct. (Assume volume of liquid to be negligible and vapour of the liquid to behave
ideally )-
(A) Work done by the system in the above process is 224 L-atm
(B) DH for the above process is 1365 L-atm (magnitude only)
(C) Entropy of the system increases by 2.5L-atm in above process
(D) DU for the above process is 1589 L-atm
,d nzo X ds 10 eksy blds DoFkukad fcUnq 273ºC rFkk 1atm ds nkc ij bldh ok"i esa 50% :ikUrfjr gksrk gAS ;fn
nzo ds ok"ihdj.k dh xqIr Å"ek dk eku 273 L-atm/mole g]S rks fuEu esa ls dkuS ls dFku lgh g@S gaS (eku fyft, nzo dk
vk;ru ux.; gS rFkk nzo dh ok"i vkn'kZ O;ogkj djrh gS)
(A) mijksDr izØe esa ra= }kjk fd;k x;k dk;Z 224 L-atm gS
(B) mijksDr izØe ds fy, DH = 1365 L-atm gS (dsoy ifjek.k)
(C) mijksDr izØe esa ra= dh ,.VªkWih 2.5L-atm ls c<+ tkrh gS
(D) mijksDr izØe esa DU = 1589 L-atm gS
10. Which of the following molecule(s) has / have pp–dp bonding :
fuEu esa ls dkSuls v.kqvksa esa pp–dp cU/ku mifLFkr gSa :
(A) OCl2 (B) N(CH3)3 (C) P(SiH3)3 (D) N(SiH3)3

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11. For a given compound.

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HO2C–CH2–NH– C –CH2–NH– C — CH–NH – C –CH2–NH– C –CH2–NH2
O O CH3 O O
correct statement is :
(A) It is tetrapeptide (B) It is formed by condensation reaction
(C) On hydrolysis it give alanine & glycine (D) It is optically active in nature
fn;s x;s ;kfS xd ds fy;s
HO2C–CH2–NH– C –CH2–NH– C — CH–NH – C –CH2–NH– C –CH2–NH2
O O CH3 O O
lgh dFku gS&
(A) ;g VsVªk isIVkbM gS
(B) ;g la?kuu vfHkfØ;k }kjk curk gS
(C) ty vi?kVu djkus ij ;g ,sykfuu rFkk Xykblhu nsrk gS
(D) ;g izd`fr esa izdkf'kd lfØ; gS

12. + CHCl3 + NaOH ¾® +Y :


N N CH=O
H H
Y can't be :

+ CHCl3 + NaOH ¾® +Y:


N N CH=O
H H
Y ugha gks ldrk g&
S
Cl
Cl
(A) (B) (C) (D)
N N CH N Cl N
H O
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(iii) Paragraph Type
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(iii) vuqPNsn izdkj


This section contains 2 paragraphs each describing theory, experiment, data etc. Four questions relate
to two paragraphs with two questions on each paragraph. Each question of a paragraph has only one
correct answer among the four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D).
bl [k.M esa fl¼kUrksa] iz;ksxksa vkSj vk¡dM+ksa vkfn dks n'kkZus okys 2 vuq PNs n gAS nksuksa vuqPNsnksa ls lacaf/kr pkj iz'u
gSa] ftuesa ls gj vuqPNsn ij nks iz'u gSaA vuqPNsn esa gj iz'u ds pkj fodYi (A), (B), (C) vkSj (D) gSa ftuesa
ls ds o y ,d lgh gSA
Paragraph for Questions 13 and 14
iz' u 13 ,oa 14 ds fy;s vuq PNs n
Gas 'A' is taken in a closed container at the initial total pressure of 1000 torr. Pressure of gas decreases to
900 torr in 5 seconds due to the effusion through a square cross-section. Another similar sized 2nd
container is taken in which gaseous mixture of A and B is taken at 5000 torr. Initial molar mass of

mixture is 472 . A rectangular cross section is made in this container and gases are allowed to effuse..
5
Width of this cross-section is same as the side of the previous square cross-section and length of the
rectangular cross-section is 50% more than that of its width.
Assumption
(i) Gases A and B are non-reacting
(ii) Rate of effusion is directly proportional to area of orifice.
(iii) Rate of effusion is independent of the change in pressure due to diffusion.
Assume all other conditions to be identical. Answer the following question.
(Molar mass of A = 128 gm/mole, Molar mass of B = 72 gm/mole)
xlS 'A' dks 1000 torr ds dqy izkjEHkhd nkc ij ,d cUn ik= esa fy;k x;k gAS ,d oxkZdkj vuqizLFk dkV ls fu%lj.k ds
dkj.k xlS dk nkc 5 ld S .M esa 900 torr rd ?kV tkrk gS vU; leku vkdkj ds f}rh; ik= dks fy;k x;k] blesa A rFkk
S h; feJ.k dks 5000 torr ds dqy nkc ij fy;k x;k gAS feJ.k dk izkjfEHkd eksyj nzO;eku 472 gS ] bl ik=
B ds xl
5
esa ,d vk;rkdkj vuqizLFk dkV cuk;k x;k vkSj xl S ksa dks fulfjr gksus fn;k x;kA bl vuqizLFk dkV dh pkMS kbZ iwoZ ds
oxkZdkj vuqizLFk dkV ds fdukjs ds leku gS rFkk vk;rkdkj vuqizLFk dkV dh yEckbZ bldh pkM S kbZ ls 50% vf/kd gAS
iwokZueq ku
(i) xlS as A rFkk B vfØ;kdkjh gS
(ii) fu%lj.k dh nj fNnz ds {ks=Qy ds fl/ks lekuqikrh gksrh gS
(iii) fu%lj.k dh nj folj.k ds dkj.k nkc esa ifjorZu ls Lora= gksrh gAS
eku fyft, vU; lHkh fLFkfr;k¡ leku gAS fuEu iz'uksa ds mÙkj nhft,A
(A dk eksyj nzO;eku = 128 gm/mole, B dk eksyj nzO;eku = 72 gm/mole)
13. Gas mixture effused out initailly from 2nd container has composition-
2nd ik= ls izkjEHk esa fulfjr gq, xl
S feJ.k dk la?kVu gS
3 3 1 1
(A) XA = (B) XB = (C) XA = (D) XB =
7 5 3 4
14. Change is pressure of gas B in container in first 5 seconds due to efffusion is-
fu%lj.k ds dkj.k izFke 5 ld
S .Mks esa ik= esa xl
S B ds nkc esa ifjorZu gksrk gS
(A) 100 torr (B) 600 torr (C) 300 torr (D) 1200 torr

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Paragraph for Questions 15 and 16

CHEMISTRY
iz' u 15 ,oa 16 ds fy;s vuq PNs n
The mixture of CO + X2 is called 'syn gas'. This gas is used for the synthesis of number of hydrocarbons.
Now a days 'syn gas' is produced from sewage, saw-dust and scrap wood.
CO + X2 dk feJ.k 'flu xl
S ' dgykrk gAS ;g xSl dbZ gkbMªksdkcZuksa ds la'ys"k.k ds fy;s iz;ksx dh tkrh gSaA vktdy
'flu xl
S ' lhost] ydM+h dk cqjknk rFkk ydM+h ds VqdM+ksa ls cuk;h tkrh gaSA
15. X2 gas is :
xSl X2 gS
(A) N 2 (B) H2 (C) O2 (D) CO2
16. The process of producing syn gas from coal is called :
(A) Haber process (B) Bosch process (C) Water gas shift reaction (D) Coal gasification
dksy ls flu (syn) xSl cukus dk izØe dgykrk gSa :
(A) gScj izØe (B) ckW'k izØe (C) okWVj xSl f'k¶V vfHkfØ;k (D) dks y xl
S hfQds'ku
Space for Rough Work / dPps dk;Z ds fy, LFkku

SECTION –II / [k.M – II & SECTION –III / [k.M – III


Matrix-Match Type / eSfVª D l&es y izd kj Integer Value Correct Type / iw . kk± d eku lgh iz d kj
No question will be asked in section II and III / [k.M II ,oa III esa dksb Z iz'u ugha gSA
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CHEMISTRY

[k.M -IV : (iw . kk± d eku lgh iz d kj)


This section contains 6 questions. The answer to each question is a single digit Integer, ranging from
0 to 9 (both inclusive)
bl [k.M esa 6 iz' u gSaA izR;sd iz'u dk mÙkj 0 ls 9 rd (nksuksa 'kkfey) ds chp dk ,dy va dh ; iw. kk±d gSA
1. Calculate the pH at which the following reaction will be at equilibrium in basic medium :
ˆˆ† A–(aq.) + AO3–(aq.)
A2(s) ‡ˆˆ
when the equilibrium concentration at 300K are -
[ A– ] = 0.1M, [AO3–] = 0.1 M
Given DGºf of OH –(aq) = – 150 kJ/mole,
DGºf of H2O(l) = – 233 kJ/mole,
DGºf of A–(aq) = – 50 kJ/mole,
DGºf of AO3–(aq) = – 123.5 kJ/mole,
25
R= J mole –1 , K -1 , log 10 = 2.3
3 e

pH dh x.kuk dhft, ftl ij fuEu vfHkfØ;k {kkfj; ek/;e esa lkE; ij gksxh :

ˆˆ† A–(aq.) + AO –(aq.)


A2(s) ‡ˆˆ 3

tc 300K ij lkE; lkUnzrk,sa fuEu gks -


[ A– ] = 0.1M, [AO3–] = 0.1 M
fn;k gS OH –(aq) dk DGºf = – 150 kJ/mole,

H2O(l) dk DGºf = – 233 kJ/mole,


A–(aq) dk DGºf = – 50 kJ/mole,
AO3–(aq) dk DGºf = – 123.5 kJ/mole,
25
R= J mole –1 , K -1 , log 10 = 2.3
3 e

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2. Gold number of haemoglobin is 0.3. Calculate weight (in mg) of haemoglobin for 100 ml of gold sol

CHEMISTRY
so that gold sol is not coagulated by 10 ml of 10% NaCl solution.
gheksXyksfcu dh Lo.kZ la[;k 0.3 gAS 100 ml xksYM lkWy ds fy, gheksXyksfcu ds Hkkj (mg esa) dh x.kuk dhft;s] ftlls
fd xksYM lkWy 10 ml , 10% NaCl foy;u }kjk LadfUnr ugha gksA
3. Calculate the number of s bond in given compound C3N3(N3)3.
Fill your answer as sum of digits (excluding decimal places) till you get the single digit answer.
fn;s x;s ;kSfxd C3N3(N3)3 esa s-ca/kksa dh la[;k crkbZ;saA
vius mÙkj ds vadksa dks (n'keyo LFkku dks NksM+dj) rc rd ;ksx dhft, tc rd vkidks bdkbZ vad izkIr u gks tk,A
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4. How many of the following metal chlorides impart characteristic colour to the oxidising flame.
CHEMISTRY

fuEu esa ls fdrus /kkrq DyksjkbM] vkWDlhdkjd Tokyk dks vfHkyk{kf.kd jax izn ku djrs gSa \
LiCl, NaCl, KCl, BeCl2, MgCl2, CaCl2, SrCl2, BaCl2
5. Glucose + nPhNH – NH2 ® Osazone
The value of n is :

Xywdkst + nPhNH – NH2 ® vkslktksu


n dk eku g&
S
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6. How many reactions giving aromatic product ?

CHEMISTRY
+ K2CO3
(a) + Ph3C (b)
OO
Cl
(NH4)2CO3 Alcoholic
(c) (d)
KOH (excess)
OO Cl
O

(e) + HCl ¾® (f) + Na ¾®

Cr2O3
(g) + K ¾® (h) n-hexane
+Al2O3
red hot
(i) HC º CH iron tube

fuEu esa ls fdruh vfHkfØ;k,sa ,sjkseSfVd mRikn nsrh gSA


+ K2CO3
(a) + Ph3C (b)
OO
Cl
(NH4)2CO3 ,sYdksgkWfy;
(c) (d)
KOH (vkf/kD;)
OO Cl
O

(e) + HCl ¾® (f) + Na ¾®

Cr2O3
(g) + K ¾® (h) n-gsDlsu +Al2O3
yky xeZ
(i) HC º CH
vk;ju uyh
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PART-3 : MATHEMATICS
MATHEMATICS

Hkkx -3 : xf.kr
SECTION–I : (i) Only One option correct Type
[k.M -I : (i) ds o y ,d lgh fodYi izd kj
This section contains 8 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and
(D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
bl [k.M esa 8 cgqfodYi iz'u gAS izR;sd iz'u esa pkj fodYi (A), (B), (C) vkjS (D) gaS ftuesa ls ds o y ,d
lgh gSA
1. Let a,b are natural numbers such that their LCM is 166320 and HCF is 792, then number of possible
ordered pairs (a,b) is-
ekuk a,b izkd`r la[;k;sa bl izdkj gS fd mudk y-l-i 166320 rFkk e-l-i 792 g]S rks laHko Øfer ;qXeksa (a,b) dh
la[;k gksxh&
(A) 8 (B) 16 (C) 32 (D) 64
100 100
C 0 100 C1 100 C 2 C100
2. Consider a sequence of 101 terms as , , ,........... . If nth term is
1.2.3.4 2.3.4.5 3.4.5.6 101.102.103.104
greatest term of sequence then n is equal to-
100 100
C 0 100 C1 100 C 2 C100
ekuk 101 inksa dh Js.kh bl izdkj , , ,........... gAS ;fn bl Js.kh dk n ok¡
1.2.3.4 2.3.4.5 3.4.5.6 101.102.103.104
in egÙke in gks] rks n cjkcj gksxk-
(A) 47 (B) 48 (C) 49 (D) 50
3. One root of equation x4 – 5x3 + ax2 + bx + c = 0 {where a, b, c Î Q} is 3 + 2 . If all other roots are real,
then c can not be -
lehdj.k x4 – 5x3 + ax2 + bx + c = 0 {tgk¡ a, b, c Î Q} dk ,d ewy 3 + 2 gAS ;fn vU; lHkh ewy okLrfod
gks] rks c dk eku ugha gks ldrk gS-
1 3
(A) (B) 1 (C) (D) 2
2 2
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MATHEMATICS
number of solutions of x + y + z = 40 is-
;fn x Î {1,5,9,13...,4n+1}, y Î {3,7,11,15,....,4n+3}, z Î {4,8,12,....,4n+4}, (tgk¡ n Î W) gks] rks
x + y + z = 40 ds gyksa dh la[;k gksxh&
(A) 10C3 (B) 10C4 (C) 11C2 (D) 10C2
5. Let A,B,C are 3 points on the complex plane represented by complex numbers z1,z2,z3 respectively
such that |z1| = |z2| = |z3| =1, z1 + z2 + z3 = 1 and z1z2z3 = 1, then-
(A) Area of DABC is 2 (B) DABC is an equilateral triangle .
(C) DABC is right isosceles triangle. (D) orthocenter of DABC lies outside the triangle.
ekuk A,B,C lfEeJ lery ij Øe'k% lfEeJ la[;kvksa z1,z2,z3 }kjk iznf'kZr 3 fcUnq bl izdkj gS fd |z1| = |z2| = |z3| =1,
z1 + z2 + z3 = 1 rFkk z1z2z3 = 1 gks] rks&
(A) f=Hkqt ABC dk {ks=Qy 2 gksxkA
(B) f=Hkqt ABC leckgq f=Hkqt gksxkA
(C) f=Hkqt ABC ledks.k lef}ckgq f=Hkqt gksxkA
(D) f=Hkqt ABC dk yEcdsUnz] f=Hkqt ds ckgj dh vksj fLFkr gksxkA
6. If one of the vertex of the regular hexagon, circumscribing the circle |z – 1 – i| = 3 is 2 + (1 + 3)i ,
then the complex number which is not representing any vertex of the hexagon is -

;fn o`Ùk |z – 1 – i| = 3 ds ifjxr le"kVHkqt dk ,d 'kh"kZ 2 + (1 + 3)i gks] rks lfEeJ la[;k tksfd "kV~Hkqt ds fdlh
Hkh 'kh"kZ dks iznf'kZr ugha djrh g]S gksxh-
(A) 3 + i (B) (1 + 3)i (C) –3 + i (D) 2 + (1 - 3)i
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MATHEMATICS

c
7. If roots of 2(x – a) (x – b) + c = 0 are a,b then roots of (x – a) (x – b) – = 0 are-
2
(A) lies between a & b (B) –a, – b (C) a,b (D) 2a, 2b

c
;fn 2(x – a) (x – b) + c = 0 ds ewy a,b gks] rks (x – a) (x – b) – = 0 ds ewy gksaxs&
2
(A) a rFkk b ds e/; (B) –a, – b (C) a,b (D) 2a, 2b
1 1 2
8. A bag contains 4 coins C1,C2,C3,C4 whose probabilities of falling headwise are
, , ,1 respectively..
2 3 3
A coin is drawn randomly and tossed twice which fall head wise on both the occasions. Then the
probability that the same coin when tossed again will fall tail wise is-
1 1 2
,d Fky
S s esa 4 flDds C1,C2,C3,C4 gS ftuds fprokj fxjus dh izkf;drk;sa Øe'k% , , ,1 gAS ,d flDds dk
2 3 3
;kn`PN;k p;u djds nks ckj mNkyk tkrk g]S nksuksa gh fLFkfr;ksa esa flDdk fprokj fxjrk gAS ;fn mlh flDds dks fQj ls
mNkyk tk;s rks mlds iV~okj fxjus dh izkf;drk gksxh&
65 25 25 5
(A) (B) (C) (D)
144 72 288 26
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(ii) One or more options correct Type

MATHEMATICS
(ii) ,d ;k vf/kd lgh fodYi izd kj
This section contains 4 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and
(D) out of which ONE or MORE are correct.
bl [k.M esa 4 cgq fodYi iz 'u gaSA izR;sd iz'u esa pkj fodYi (A), (B), (C) vkSj (D) gaS] ftuesa ls ,d ;k
v f/kd lgh gSA
1
9. Suppose that the probability that a persons birthday falls in any given month is . A, B are two events
12
defined as :
A : In a group of 12 people, no two of them celebrate their birthday on the same month.
B : The birthday of 6 given people all fall in only two different months (not all be born in the same
month), then -
1
ekuk fd fdlh fn;s x;s eghus esa ,d O;fDr ds tUefnol gksus dh izkf;drk gSA A, B nks ?kVuk;sa bl izdkj
12
ifjHkkf"kr gS :
A : 12 O;fDr;ksa ds lewg esa dksbZ Hkh nks O;fDr viuk tUefnol leku eghus esa ugha eukrs gAS
B : fn;s x;s lHkh 6 O;fDr;ksa dk tUefnol dsoy nks fofHkUu eghuksa esa gksxk (lHkh dk tUe ,d gh eghusa esa ugha gqvk gS), rks-
12
11! 12! 12
C2 C
(A) P(A) = 11 (B) P(A) = 11 (C) P(B) < 6 (D) P(B) = 6 2
12 12 6 6
10. The greatest number of parts into which a plane can be divided by n circles is Rn, then
;fn n o`Ùkksa }kjk ,d lery dks vf/kdre Rn Hkkxksa esa foHkkftr fd;k tk ldrk gks] rks&
(A) R10 = 92 (B) R11 = 112 (C) R10 = 1024 (D) R4 = 14
11. Let a complex number a, a11 ¹ 1 be a root of the equation z18 – z7 – z11 + 1 = 0, then identify the correct
option(s) -

ekuk lfEeJ la[;k a, a11 ¹ 1 lehdj.k z18 – z7 – z11 + 1 = 0 dk ewy gks] rks lgh fodYiksa dks igpkfu;s -
(A) a50 + a100 + a150 + ....... + a350 = 0 (B) 1 + a11 + a22 + ...... + a66 = 0
(C) (1 – a)(1 – a2) ....... (1 – a6) = 7 (D) (1 + a)(1 + a2) ...... (1 + a6) = 0
12. Suppose Sn = 1 – 2 + 3 – 4 + 5 – 6.....up to n terms then-
ekuk fd Sn = 1 – 2 + 3 – 4 + 5 – 6.....n inksa rd gks] rks -
19 100 99 10

(A) åS
r =1
r = -20 (B) åS
r =1
r =0 (C) åS
r =20
100 - r =0 (D) å (S
r =1
2
2r + S2r
2
)
-1 = 770

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(iii) Paragraph Type
MATHEMATICS

(iii) vuqPNsn izdkj


This section contains 2 paragraphs each describing theory, experiment, data etc. Four questions relate
to two paragraphs with two questions on each paragraph. Each question of a paragraph has only one
correct answer among the four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D).
bl [k.M esa fl¼kUrksa] iz;ksxksa vkSj vk¡dM+ksa vkfn dks n'kkZus okys 2 vuq PNs n gAS nksuksa vuqPNsnksa ls lacaf/kr pkj iz'u
gSa] ftuesa ls gj vuqPNsn ij nks iz'u gSaA vuqPNsn esa gj iz'u ds pkj fodYi (A), (B), (C) vkSj (D) gSa ftuesa
ls ds o y ,d lgh gSA
Paragraph for Questions 13 and 14
iz' u 13 ,oa 14 ds fy;s vuq PNs n
Let (x + x )(2x + 3x – 1) = a0 + a1x + a2x2 ....... + a125x125.
3 5 6 4 20

ekuk (x3 + x5)(2x6 + 3x4 – 1)20 = a0 + a1x + a2x2 ....... + a125x125 gAS
a2 a4 a6 a
13. a0 - + - ....... + 124 is equal to -
3 5 7 125
a a a a
a 0 - 2 + 4 - 6 ....... + 124 cjkcj gksxk&
3 5 7 125
1 40 -1
(A) 241 (B) 2 (C) (D) 0
63 252
14. Identify the incorrect statement -
xyr dFku dks igpkfu;s&
(A) a0 = a2 = a4 = ......... = a124 (B) a125 = 220
(C) a0 + a1 + a2 = 0 (D) a1 + a2 + a3 = 0
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Paragraph for Questions 15 and 16

MATHEMATICS
iz' u 15 ,oa 16 ds fy;s vuq PNs n
A man has two match boxes in his pocket. Every time he has to light a match, he selects at random one
box or the other. After some time the man takes one of the boxes from his pocket, opens it and finds
ænö
that it is empty. Where ç ÷ = n C r
èr ø
,d O;fDr dh tsc esa ekfpl ds nks fMCcs gSA izR;sd ckj og ekfpl dks tykus ds fy;s] og ,d fMCcs ;k nwljs
fMCcs dk ;kn`PN;k p;u djrk g]S dqN le; i'pkr~ O;fDr mldh tsc ls ,d ekfpl ds fMCcs dks fudky dj mls
ænö
[kksyrk gAS vkjS ;g ikrk gS fd ;g [kkyh gSA tgk¡ ç ÷ = n C r
èr ø
15. The probability that there are at that moment 8 matches left in the other box if each box originally
contained 10 matches will be -
;fn izR;sd fMCcs esa frfYy;ksa dh la[;k okLro esa 10 jgh gks rks ml {k.k nwljs fMCcs esa frfYy;ksa dh la[;k 8 gksus dh
izkf;drk gksxh&
1 45 1 33
(A) (B) (C) (D)
212 212 211 211
æ 200 ö æ199 ö 2 æ198 ö 100 æ100 ö
16. ç 100 ÷ + 2 ç100 ÷ + 2 ç 100 ÷ + ..... + 2 ç100 ÷ is equal to -
è ø è ø è ø è ø
(A) 2200 (B) 3200 (C) 2100 (D) greater than 3200

æ 200 ö æ199 ö 2 æ198 ö 100 æ100 ö


ç 100 ÷ + 2 ç100 ÷ + 2 ç 100 ÷ + ..... + 2 ç100 ÷ cjkcj gksxk&
è ø è ø è ø è ø

(A) 2200 (B) 3200 (C) 2100 (D) 3200 ls cM+k


Space for Rough Work / dPps dk;Z ds fy, LFkku

SECTION –II / [k.M – II & SECTION –III / [k.M – III


Matrix-Match Type / eSfVª D l&es y izd kj Integer Value Correct Type / iw . kk± d eku lgh iz d kj
No question will be asked in section II and III / [k.M II ,oa III esa dksb Z iz'u ugha gSA
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SECTION-IV : (Integer Value Correct Type)
MATHEMATICS

[k.M -IV : (iw . kk± d eku lgh iz d kj)


This section contains 6 questions. The answer to each question is a single digit Integer, ranging from
0 to 9 (both inclusive)
bl [k.M esa 6 iz' u gaSA izR;sd iz'u dk mÙkj 0 ls 9 rd (nksuksa 'kkfey) ds chp dk ,dy vadh ; iw.kk±d gAS
é 5 -1 -7 ù
1. Let A = [aij]3×3 is a square matrix of order 3 such that adjA = ê -1 -7 5 ú and det(A) < 0, then
ê ú
êë -7 5 -1úû

1 3 3
åå a ij is equal to
3 i =1 j=1
é 5 -1 -7 ù
ekuk A = [aij]3×3 dksfV 3 dk oxZ vkO;wg bl izdkj gS fd adjA = êê -1 -7 5 úú rFkk det(A) < 0 gks] rks 1 åå a ij
3 3

3 i =1 j=1
êë -7 5 -1úû
cjkcj gksxk
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2. Consider 3 harmonic sequences

MATHEMATICS
1 1 1 1
P1 : 1, , , , .........
3 5 7 1001
1 1 1 1
P2 : 1, , , , .........
5 9 13 1001
1 1 1 1
P3 : 1, , , , .........
7 13 19 1003
N
If number of common terms in P1, P2, P3 are N, then is equal to
14
ekuk 3 gjkRed Js.kh;k¡
1 1 1 1
P1 : 1, , , , .........
3 5 7 1001
1 1 1 1
P2 : 1, , , , .........
5 9 13 1001
1 1 1 1
P3 : 1, , , , ......... nh x;h gSA
7 13 19 1003
N
;fn P1, P2, P3 esa mHk;fu"B inksa dh la[;k N gks] rks cjkcj gksxk
14
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x1 y1 z1 x1 + y1 y1 - z1 x1 - y1
3. If x 2 y2 z 2 = -2 , then x 2 + y 2 y2 - z 2 x 2 - y 2 is equal to
x3 y3 z3 x 3 + y3 y3 - z 3 x 3 - y3

x1 y1 z1 x1 + y1 y1 - z1 x1 - y1
;fn x 2 y2 z 2 = -2 gks] rks x 2 + y 2 y2 - z 2 x 2 - y 2 cjkcj gksxk
x3 y3 z3 x 3 + y3 y3 - z 3 x 3 - y3

N
4. 103th term of sequence 1, 3, 3, 3, 5, 5, 5, 5, 5, 7, 7, 7, 7, 7, 7, 7,....... is N, then is
7
N
Js.kh 1, 3, 3, 3, 5, 5, 5, 5, 5, 7, 7, 7, 7, 7, 7, 7,....... dk 103 ok¡ in N gks] rks gksxk
7
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3n

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5. Let A be a 3 × 3 matrix whose each entry is either 0 or 1. If the probability that A is invertible is , then
64
n is equal to
3n
ekuk A, 3 × 3 dk ,d vkO;wg gS ftldh izR;sd izfof"B ;k rks 0 ;k 1 gAS ;fn A ds O;qRØe.kh; gksus dh izkf;drk
64
gks] rks n cjkcj gksxk
6. Consider a system of linear equation in x,y,z as
x + (m – 1)y + (2m – 3)z = 1
mx + (2m – 2)y + 2z = 0
(m + 1)x + (3m – 3)y + (m2 – 1)z = 0
Then the number of value(s) of m for which the system posses at least one solution of type (1,a,b) is
(where a,b,m Î R)
ekuk x,y,z esa lehdj.kksa dk js[kh; fudk; bl izdkj gS
x + (m – 1)y + (2m – 3)z = 1
mx + (2m – 2)y + 2z = 0
(m + 1)x + (3m – 3)y + (m2 – 1)z = 0
rc m ds ekuksa dh la[;k ftlds fy;s fudk; dk de ls de ,d gy (1,a,b) ds :i esa gks] gksxh (tgk¡ a,b,m Î R)
Space for Rough Work / dPps dk;Z ds fy, LFkku

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D. vad u ;kstuk / Marking scheme :
14. [kaM-I (i) ds gj iz'u esa dsoy lgh mÙkjksa (mÙkj) okys lHkh cqycqyksa (cqycqys) dks dkyk djus ij 3 vad vkSj dksbZ Hkh cqycqyk dkyk
ugha djus ij 'kw U ; (0) vad iznku fd;k tk;sxkA vU; lHkh fLFkfr;ksa esa ½.kkRed ,d (–1) va d iznku fd;k tk;sxkA
For each question in Section-I (i), you will be awarded 3 marks if you darken all the bubble(s) corresponding to only the
correct answer(s) and zero mark if no bubbles are darkened. In all other cases minus one (–1) mark will be awarded
15. [kaM-I (ii) ds gj iz'u esa dsoy lgh mÙkjksa (mÙkj) okys lHkh cqycqyksa (cqycqys) dks dkyk djus ij 4 vad vkSj dksbZ Hkh cqycqyk dkyk
ugha djus ij 'kw U ; (0) vad iznku fd;k tk;sxkA vU; lHkh fLFkfr;ksa esa ½.kkRed ,d (–1) va d iznku fd;k tk;sxkA
For each question in Section-I (ii), you will be awarded 4 marks if you darken all the bubble(s) corresponding to only the
correct answer(s) and zero mark if no bubbles are darkened. In all other cases minus one (–1) mark will be awarded
16. [kaM-I (iii) esa gj iz'u esa dsoy lgh mÙkj okys cqycqys (BUBBLE) dks dkyk djus ij 3 va d vkSj dksbZ Hkh cqycqyk dkyk ugha djus
ij 'kw U ; (0) vad iznku fd;k tk;sxk bl [akM ds iz'uksa esa xyr mÙkj nsus ij dksbZ ½.kkRed va d ugha fn;s tk;saxsaA
For each question in Section-I (iii), you will be awarded 3 marks if you darken the bubble corresponding to the
correct answer and zero mark if no bubbles are darkened No negative marks will be awarded for incorrect answers
in this section.
17. [kaM-IV esa gj iz'u esa dsoy lgh mÙkj okys cqycqys (BUBBLE) dks dkyk djus ij 3 va d vkSj dksbZ Hkh cqycqyk dkyk ugha djus
ij 'kw U ; (0) vad iznku fd;k tk;sxk bl [akM ds iz'uksa esa xyr mÙkj nsus ij dksbZ ½.kkRed va d ugha fn;s tk;saxsaA
For each question in Section-IV, you will be awarded 3 marks if you darken the bubble corresponding to the correct
answer and zero mark if no bubbles are darkened No negative marks will be awarded for incorrect answers in
this section.
18. g = 10 m/s2 iz;qDr djsa ] tc rd fd vU; dksbZ eku ugha fn;k x;k gksA / Take g = 10 m/s2 unless otherwise stated.
Appropriate way of darkening the bubble for your answer to be evaluated
vkids mÙkj ds ew Y;ka du ds fy, cq yc q ys dks dkyk djus dk mi; q Dr rjhdk
a The one and the only acceptable
,d vkjS dsoy ,d Lohdk;Z
a Part darkening
vkaf'kd dkyk djuk
Answer will not be evaluated -
a a Darkening the rim no marks, no negative marks
fje dkyk djuk
mÙkj dk ewY;kadu ugha gksxk&
a Cancelling after darkening dksbZ vad ugha] dksbZ ½.kkRed vad ugha
dkyk djus ds ckn jn~n djuk
a Erasing after darkening
dkyk djus ds ckn feVkuk
Figure-1 : Correct way of bubbling for valid answer and a few examplex of invalid answers
fp=&1 % oS/ k mÙkj ds fy, cqy cqy k Hkjus dk lgh rjhdk vkSj voS/ k mÙkjks a ds dqN mnkgj.kA
Any other form of partial marking such as ticking or crossing the bubble will be invalid
vka f'kd va du ds vU; rjhds tS ls cq ycq ys dks fVd djuk ;k ØkW l djuk xyr gksx kA
1 4 2 0 0 0 2 2
0 0 00 0
1 1 1 1 11 1
2 2 2 2 2
3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
4 4 4 4 4 4 4
5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5
6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6
7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7
8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
Figure-2 : Correct Way of Bubbling your Form Number on the ORS. (Example Form Numebr : 14200022)
fp=&2 % vks- vkj-,l (ORS) ij vkids QkW eZ uEcj ds ccy dks Hkjus dk lgh rjhdkA (mnkgj.k QkW eZ uEcj : 14200022)
Name of the Candidate / ijh{kkFkhZ dk uke Form Number / QkWeZ la [;k

I have read all the instructions and shall abide by them. I have verified all the information filled in by the Candidate.
euS as lHkh vuqn's kksa dks i<+ fy;k gS vkjS eaS mudk vo'; ikyu d:¡xk@d:¡xhA ijh{kkFkhZ }kjk Hkjh xbZ tkudkjh dks eSu s a tk¡ p fy;k gSA

Signature of the Candidate / ijh{kkFkhZ ds gLrk{kj Signature of the Invigilator / fujh{kd ds gLrk{kj
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