Anda di halaman 1dari 36


CSAT (P-8)
Time Allowed: Two Hours Maximum Marks: 200
2. Please note that it is the candidate’s responsibility to encode and ill in the Roll Number carefully and
without any omission or discrepancy at the appropriate places in the OMR Answer Sheet. Any omission/
discrepancy will render the Answer Sheet liable for rejection.
3. You have to enter your Roll Number on the
Test Booklet in the Box provided alongside.
DO NOT write anything else on the Test Booklet.
4. This Test Booklet contains 80 items (questions). Each item is printed both Hindi and English. Each item
comprises four responses (answers). You will select the response, which you want to mark on the Answer
Sheet. In case, you feel that there is more than one correct response, mark the response which you consider
the best. In any case, choose ONLY ONE response for each item.
5. You have to mark all your responses ONLY on the separate Answer Sheet provided. See directions in the
Answer Sheet.
6. All items carry equal marks.
7. Before you proceed to mark in the Answer Sheet the response to various items in the Test Booklet, you
have to ill in some particulars in the Answer Sheet as per instructions sent to you with your Admission
8. After you have completed illing in all your responses on the Answer Sheet and the examination has
concluded, you should handover to the Invigilator only the answer sheet. You are permitted to take away
with you the Test Booklet.
9. Penalty for wrong answer:
(i) There are four alternatives for the answer to every question. For each question which has a penalty
for which a wrong answer has been given by the candidate. One-third of the marks assigned to that
question will be deducted as penalty.
(ii) If a candidate gives more than one answer, it will be treated as a wrong answer even if one of the
given answers happens to be correct and there will be same penalty.
(iii) If a question is left blank, i.e., no answer is given by the candidate, there will be no penalty for that


è;ku nsa% vuqns'kksa dk fgUnh :ikUrj.k bl iqfLrdk ds fiNys i`"B ij Nik gSA
Passage 1 problems associated with the unscientific and
The evolution of agriculture from being a unregulated development of ground water are
less productive to a more productive activity the over-exploitation of the resource leading
entailed a transition from being less energy- to a fall in water levels causing failure of the
intensive to being more energy-intensive. This well/tube well, deepening of the structure
transformation has been manifest in the change resulting in higher cost of pumping as well as
of agro-ecosystems from ‘hunting and gathering’ seepage from sewer system.
to ‘primitive agriculture’ to ‘agro-horticulture’ to Soil erosion takes place when the surface
‘agrarian societies’ to ‘modern agriculture.’ In soil is washed away due to excessive rains
the process of this transformation, the varieties and loods, indiscriminate felling of trees,
of crops chosen, though high-yielding, were conversion of forest into cultivated land and
found to be more prone to epidemic diseases. incorrect methods of cultivation. Besides
Extensive use of pesticides and insecticides to
depleting vegetative cover, overgrazing hardens
counter them also gave rise to an ever-increasing
the soil, prevents forest regeneration and
potential danger.
causes soil erosion. Excessive use of fertilizers
The changes in environment caused by
also leads to micronutrient deiciency in soil.
agricultural practices span a variety of issues:
The applied fertilizers which are not used by
defacement of land, deforestation, loosening of
soil structure, depletion of soil nutrients, water crop plants and percolate down ind their
logging, depletion of ground water resources, way into groundwater aquifers, increasing
multiple nutrient imbalance, changing pest- concentration of nitrates in drinking water,
disease-weed syndrome, eutrophication which could lead to methaemoglobinaemia in
(enriched nutrient content) of water bodies bottle-fed infants. Extra amounts of fertilizers
and methaemoglobinaemia (a kind of anaemia being washed down with rain water into water
caused by water containing nitrates). bodies cause eutrophication of the latter.
Agriculture is the most dominant land Biocides like insecticides, herbicides,
using activity. As settled agriculture fungicides and rodenticides remain active
encroaches further into forests and fragile long after their targets are destroyed. This
areas, the ecosystem gets destroyed with makes biocides environmentally dangerous.
universally acknowledged adverse impacts on Their concentration in the food chain gets
all forms of wildlife. Deforestation is already magniied at each trophic level - a process
known to have caused irreversible damage in called ‘biological magniication.’
some areas and its continuation would lead
to further ecological disasters. The estimated 1. Which information, according to the
current rate of loss of forests in developing
passage, is not true?
countries at over half a per cent a year, is
(a) before settled agriculture agricultural
perceived as jeopardising the sustainability
of the whole pyramid of systems for human cultivation was a part of other
support based on plant life. Removal of forest cultivations
cover also upsets the natural hydrological (b) seeds yielding highly are also more
system - reducing water-holding capacities of prone to diseases
land, leading to flash floods, soil erosion and (c) use of more energy ensured larger
the consequent dry season water shortages production
downstream. Three key issues of agro practices (d) pesticides etc. have compounded
determining sustainability are irrigation, soil problems instead of solving them
and biocides.
Controlled irrigation is a condition for the 2. Which one of the following is not a
success of intensive agriculture. Problems problem caused by excessive use of
related to irrigation range from seepage in the fertilizers?
canal system to excessive irrigation, which (a) eutrophication
causes salinity and water logging, reducing (b) anaemia caused by nitrates
aeration and percolation of the applied (c) imbalance of the nutrients in soil
fertilizers below the root system. The major (d) improper absorption of fertilizers

x|ka'k 1 ds voSKkfud vkSj vfu;fer fodkl ls tqM+h çeq[k leL;k,a
Ñf"k ds fodkl dk de mRiknd ls vfèkd mRiknd ty Lrj esa fxjkoV ds fy, lalkèkuksa dk vfèkd ls vfèkd
xfrfofèk esa ,d vifjgk;Z ifjorZu de ÅtkZ xgurk ls 'kks"k.k djrh gSa] tks fd ty Lrjksa esa fxjkoV ds dkj.k
vfèkd ÅtkZ xgurk ds dkj.k gqvkA Ñf"k vkSj ikfjfLFkfrdh lajpuk dks xgjk djds dqvksa vkSj V~;wcosyksa dh vliQyrk
ç.kkfy;ksa esa ;g ifjorZu ^f'kdkj vkSj ,d=k.k* ls ysdj dk dkj.k curh gS] ftlds ifj.kkeLo:i iafiax dh mPp
^vkfne Ñf"k* dks ^Ñf"k&ckxokuh* ls ^Ñf"k lekt* ls ysdj ykxr ds lkFk gh lkFk lhoj ç.kkyh esa fjlko gksrk gSA
^vkèkqfud Ñf"k* rd ds ifjorZu esa çdV gqvk gSA ifjorZu vR;fèkd o"kkZ vkSj ck<+] o`{kksa ds vaèkkèkqaèk fxjus] ouksa
dh bl çfØ;k esa] mu iQlyksa dh fdLeksa dks pquk x;k] dk [ksrh ;ksX; Hkwfe esa ifjorZu vkSj [ksrh dh xyr fofèk
ftudh mPp mit ds ckotwn egkekjh jksxksa ls xzLr gksus dh ds dkj.k tc lrg dh feV~Vh cg tkrh gS] rc feV~Vh dk
lEHkkouk vfèkd FkhA blls fuiVus ds fy, dhVuk'kdksa vkSj {kj.k gksrk gSA ouLifr ds doj dks lekIr djus ds vykok]
Ñfeuk'kdksa ds O;kid mi;ksx us ,d c<+rs gq, lEHkkfor vR;fèkd pjkbZ feV~Vh dks dBksj cuk nsrh gS] ou iqu#Riknu
[krjs dks Hkh tUe fn;kA #d tkrk gS feV~Vh ds dVko dk dkj.k curk gSA moZjdksa
Ñf"k i¼fr;ksa ds dkj.k i;kZoj.k esa gksus okys cnyko us ds vR;fèkd mi;ksx ls feV~Vh esa lw{e iks"kd rRoksa dh deh
fofHkUu çdkj ds eqíksa dk foLrkj fd;k] tSlsµ Hkwfe dk fo:i.k] Hkh gks tkrh gSA ç;qDr fd;s x;s moZjdksa ftudk mi;ksx
ouksa dh dVkbZ] feV~Vh dh lajpuk dk <hyk gksuk] feV~Vh esa iQly ds ikSèkksa }kjk ugha fd;k tkrk gS vkSj viuk jkLrk
iks"kd rRoksa dh deh] ty Hkjko] Hkwfexr ty lalkèkuksa dh [kkstus ds fy, uhps tyh; pV~Vkuh ijrksa rd fjldj ihus
ds ikuh esa ukbVªsV dh l?kurk esa o`f¼ djrs gSa] tks cksry
deh] dbZ iks"kd rRoksa dk vlarqyu] dhVuk'kd&?kkl flaMªkse
ls nwèk ihus okys cPpksa esa esFkkeksXyksfcusfe;k dk dkj.k gks
esa cnyko] ty fudk;ksa ds ;wVªksfiQds'ku (le`¼ iks"kd rRo
ldrk gSA moZjdksa dh vfrfjDr ek=kk ckfj'k ds ikuh ds
lkexzh) vkSj esFkkeksXyksfcukbfe;k (ikuh ds ukbVªsV dh otg lkFk ty fudk;ksa esa cgdj pyh tkrh gS] ftlls ckn esa
ls gksus okyk ,d çdkj dk ,uhfe;k)A ;wVªksfiQds'ku gksrk gSA
Ñf"k Hkwfe mi;ksx dh lcls çeq[k xfrfofèk gSA tc thouk'kh] tSlsµ dhVuk'kd] ikSèkuk'kd] doduk'kd
LFkkfir Ñf"k vkxs taxyksa vkSj uktqd {ks=kksa esa vfrØe.k vkSj ÑUrduk'kh vius y{; ds u"V gks tkus ds ckn Hkh yacs
djrh gS] rks lHkh çdkj ds oU;thoksa ij lkoZHkkSfed :i ls le; rd lfØ; jgrs gSaA ;g thouk'kh dks i;kZoj.k dh
Lohdkj fd;s x;s çfrdwy çHkko ds lkFk gh ikfjfLFkfrdh n`f"V ls [krjukd cuk nsrs gSaA [kk| Ük`a[kyk esa budh l?kurk
ra=k u"V gks tkrk gSA ouksa dh dVkbZ dks igys ls gh dqN çR;sd rVh; Lrj ij c<+rh tkrh gSA bl çfØ;k dks ^tSfod
{ks=kksa esa vifjorZuh; {kfr dk dkj.k ekuk tkrk jgk gS vko¼Zu* dgk tkrk gSA
vkSj blds vkxs Hkh tkjh jgus ls ;g vkxs vkus okyh
ikfjfLFkfrd vkinkvksa dk dkj.k gksxkA fodkl'khy ns'kksa esa 1- x|ka'k ds vuqlkj dkSu&lh tkudkjh lgh ugha gS\
çfro"kZ orZeku vuqekfur nj dh vkèkk çfr'kr ls vfèkd (a) Ñf"k LFkkf;Ro ls igys Ñf"k tqrkbZ vU; tqrkb;ksa
ouksa dh {kfr dks ouLifr ij vkèkkfjr ekuo thou ds dk ,d fgLlk Fkh
ra=k ds lEiw.kZ fijkfeM dh fLFkjrk dks [krjs ds :i esa ns[kk (b) vR;fèkd mit okys chtksa ds chekfj;ksa ls Hkh
tk jgk gSA ou vkoj.k gVkus ls çkÑfrd ty foKku ç.kkyh xzLr gksus dh T;knk lEHkkouk gksrh gS
Hkh vO;ofLFkr gksrh gS] tSlµ s Hkwfe dh ty {kerk dks de (c) vfèkd ÅtkZ dk mi;ksx vfèkd mRiknu lqfuf'pr
djus ls vkdfLed ck<+] feV~Vh dk {kj.k vkSj ifj.kkeLo:i djrk gS
(d) dhVuk'kdksa vkfn us leL;kvksa dks lqy>kus dh
cgko dh vksj 'kq"d ekSle esa ikuh dh deh vkfnA flapkbZ]
feV~Vh vkSj tSouk'kh] fLFkjrk dk fuèkkZj.k djus okyh Ñf"k ctk; mUgsa vkSj c<+k;k gS
ç.kkyh ds rhu çeq[k eqís gSaA 2- fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu&lh leL;k dh otg
fu;af=kr flapkbZ xgu Ñf"k dh liQyrk ds fy, ,d 'krZ moZjdksa dk vR;fèkd mi;ksx ugha gS\
gSA ugj ç.kkyh esa fjlko ls ysdj vR;fèkd flapkbZ ds fy,] (a) ;wVªksfiQds'ku
flapkbZ lhek ls lacafèkr leL;k,a] tks yo.krk vkSj ikuh ds (b) ukbVªsV~l ds dkj.k ,uhfe;k
teko dk dkj.k curh gSa] mi;ksx fd;s x;s moZjd ds uhps (c) feV~Vh esa iks"kd rRoksa dk vlarqyu
tM+ ra=k rd ok;q lapkj.k vkSj fjlus dks ?kVkrh gSaA Hkwty (d) moZjdksa dk vuqfpr vo'kks"k.k

3. Which of the following soil-related constructed lood moderation reservoirs
practices is not harmful to the cause across catchment areas of rivers, and built
of soil, according to the passage? 19,260 km of embankments and 27,850 km
(a) excessive felling of the trees length of drainage channels. Besides, 18,900
(b) grazing by cattle villages have been raised above the lood level
(c) expansion of arable lands up to March 1997.
(d) faulty methods of cultivation The fact is that long-term lood control
measures to be effective should include
4. According to the passage, expansion both traditional methods and afforestation
of agriculture shall prove dangerous measures. The intensity of loods may be
in all the following ways except one. reduced by keeping the drainage channels
Identify it? clear and removing the accumulated silt from
(a) reduction in human habitat reservoirs and river beds. In fact, the dams
(b) disturbing the water cycle built have trapped silt coming from the hills
(c) depletion of forest cover and prevented its large accumulation in river
(d) ensuing natural calamities beds downstream. Hence the new emphasis
on building more dams in the northern rivers
5. “Pyramid of systems plant life” in the should be welcomed. The embankments also
passage stands for need to be reinforced. In many places, they
(a) place of plants in human food are just made of mud and sand and easily
(b) different foods available to the human breached by a little gush of water. Other
beings improvements should be in the regulation
(c) food chain of human beings of water discharge from illed reservoirs and
(d) foods supporting human life in the lood forecasting system. Even the
present warning system, though inadequate,
Passage 2 has helped to save many valuable lives and
Water plays a versatile role in the functioning property. Since the states have been lethargic
of the biosphere. The water cycle has two in implementing lood control schemes and
distinct branches: the atmospheric branch since most rivers low through many states, it
and the terrestrial branch. In the atmosphere, would be better if lood control is handled by
water exists mainly in gaseous form. On the the Centre. The mighty Himalayan rivers are
earth, liquid forms and solid forms (ice/snow) unlikely to be tamed unless we have a basic
predominate. understanding as to how loods originate.
Water is important to the biosphere in Since 1947, Indian and foreign scientists
that it is from water that biosphere draws its have been repeatedly emphasizing that the
most abundant element, hydrogen. Hydrogen volume of water in the Himalayan rivers in the
in the form of carbohydrates constitutes a Monsoons is the combined effect of rainfall,
very important source of energy for all living snow melt and glacier discharges. Even the
things. Although we have plentiful supply of irst expert committee set up by Mr. Nehru
water in the oceans, it is not of direct use to had opined that a serious study of the snow
us. We have to depend upon a small stock of melt and glacier discharges is essential for
water-less than 1% contained in our rivers avoiding lood disasters in the North. But
and fresh water lakes and in the subsoil. Even efforts in this direction, during the last 50
this small proportion can cause havoc to life if years, have been very inadequate. Now that
it is not properly managed: the reference here satellite pictures are available detailing the
is to loods. snow cover in the Himalayas over large areas
We return to the subject of loods again and their movements, the government would
since nature’s fury seems still unabated. While do well to initiate measures to obtain the
relief measures are undoubtedly important, relevant data from such pictures. Field studies
attention has to be focused on the long-term in the Himalayan region would also help lood
lood control measures. In the past, We had control measures.

3- x|ka'k ds vuqlkj fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu&lh feV~Vh egÙoiw.kZ gSa] gkykafd] yacs le; rd ck<+ fu;a=k.k mik;ksa ij
ls tqMh+ çfØ;k,a feV~Vh ds fy, gkfudkjd ugha gS\a è;ku dsfUær fd;k tkuk pkfg,A vrhr esa] geus ufn;ksa ds
(a) isM+ksa dk vR;fèkd fxjuk tyxzg {ks=k esa ck<+ ds fu;a=k.k tyk'k;ksa dk fuekZ.k fd;k Fkk
(b) eosf'k;ksa }kjk pjkbZ vkSj 19]260 fdeh rVcaèk vkSj 27]850 fdyksehVj yack ty
(c) Ñf"k ;ksX; Hkwfe dk foLrkj fudklh pSuy cuk;k FkkA blds vykok] 18]900 xkaoksa dks
(d) [ksrh ds nks"kiw.kZ rjhds 1997 ds ekpZ eghus rd ck<+ Lrj ls Åij mBk;k x;k gSA
rF; ;g gS fd yach vofèk ds ck<+ fu;a=k.k ds çHkkoh
4- x|ka'k ds vuqlkj] Ñf"k dk foLrkj dsoy ,d
mik; ds fy, ikjEifjd rjhdksa vkSj oujksi.k nksuksa mik;ksa dks
dks NksM+dj fuEufyf[kr lHkh rjhdksa esa [krjukd
'kkfey djuk pkfg,A ty fudklh ekxks± dks lkiQ djds vkSj
lkfcr gksxkA bls igpkfu,\
tyk'k;ksa vkSj ufn;ksa ds fdukjs tek dhpM+ dks fudkyus ls
(a) ekuo fuokl esa deh
(b) ty pØ esa fo?u Mkyuk
ck<+ dh rhozrk de gks ldrh gSA okLro esa] cuk;s x;s ckaèkksa
(c) ou vkoj.k dh deh
us igkM+ksa ls cgdj vkus okyh dhpM+ dks jksd j[kk gS vkSj
(d) vkxkeh çkÑfrd vkink,a bl unh dh rygVh esa fo'kky lap;u dks jksdk gSA blfy,
mÙkjh ufn;ksa esa vfèkd ckaèkksa ds fuekZ.k ij u;k tksj fn;k
5- x|ka'k esa ^ouLifr thou ra=kksa dk fijkfeM* dk tkuk pkfg,A rVcaèkksa dks Hkh etcwr djus dh vko';drk
vFkZ gSµ gSA dbZ LFkkuksa ij] os fliQZ dhpM+ vkSj jsr ls cus gksrs gSa
(a) ekuo Hkkstu esa ikSèkksa dk LFkku vkSj ikuh dh ,d NksVh&lh èkkj ls gh vklkuh ls VwV tkrs
(b) euq"; ds fy, miyCèk fofHkUu [kk| inkFkZ gSaA vU; lqèkkjksa esa Hkjs gq, tyk'k;ksa ls ikuh fudkyus vkSj
(c) euq";ksa dh [kk| Ük`a[kyk ck<+ dh Hkfo"; ç.kkyh dk fu;eu gksuk pkfg,] Hkys
(d) ekuo thou dk leFkZu djus okys [kk| inkFkZ gh orZeku psrkouh ç.kkyh us vi;kZIr gksus ds ckotwn dbZ
cgqewY; thou vkSj lEifÙk dks cpkus ds fy, enn dh gSA
x|ka'k 2
pwafd jkT; ck<+ fu;a=k.k ;kstukvksa dks ykxw djus esa lqLr
ty tSoeaMy ds dk;ks± esa ,d cgqmi;ksxh Hkwfedk fuHkkrk
gSA ty pØ esa nks vyx&vyx 'kk[kk,a gSaµ ok;qeaMyh; jgs gSa vkSj vfèkdka'k ufn;ka dbZ jkT;ksa ls gksdj cgrh gSa]
'kk[kk vkSj LFkyh; 'kk[kkA okrkoj.k esa] ty eq[; :i ls blfy, ;g csgrj gksxk fd dsUæ }kjk ck<+ fu;a=k.k dk çcaèk
xSl ds :i esa ekStwn gksrk gSA i`Foh ij ty ds rjy :i fd;k tk;sA 'kfDr'kkyh fgeky;h ufn;ksa ij rc rd fu;a=k.k
vkSj Bksl :i (ciQZ@fge) dh çèkkurk gksrh gSA ugha fd;k tk ldrk gS] tc rd fd gekjs ikl ck<+ ds
ty tSoeaMy ds fy, egÙoiw.kZ gS] D;ksafd tSoeaMy mRiUu gksus dh cqfu;knh le> ugha gksA 1947 ls] Hkkjrh;
blds lcls çpqj rRo] gkbMªkstu dks ty ls gh çkIr djrk vkSj fons'kh oSKkfud ckj&ckj tksj ns jgs gSa fd ekulwu esa
gSA dkcksZgkbMªsV ds :i esa gkbMªkstu lHkh thfor phtksa ds fgeky;h ufn;ksa esa ikuh dh ek=kk o"kkZ] ciQZ ds fi?kyus vkSj
fy, ÅtkZ dk ,d cgqr egÙoiw.kZ lzksr gSA gkykafd egklkxjksa fgeun lzko ds la;qDr çHkko ds dkj.k gSA ;gka rd fd Jh
esa gekjs ikl ikuh dh Hkjiwj vkiwfrZ gS] ysfdu ;s gekjs fy, usg: }kjk LFkkfir igyh fo'ks"kK lfefr us Hkh ;g dgk Fkk
çR;{k rkSj ij mi;ksxh ugha gSaA gesa ufn;ksa] rkts ikuh dh fd mÙkj esa ck<+ vkinkvksa ls cpus ds fy, ciQZ fi?kyuk
>hyksa vkSj miufn;ksa esa fufgr 1% ls Hkh de ikuh ds vkSj fgeun lzko dk ,d xaHkhj vè;;u vko';d gSA ysfdu
LVkWd ij fuHkZj jguk iM+rk gSA ;gka rd fd ;g NksVk&lk fiNys 50 o"kksaZ ds nkSjku bl fn'kk esa fd;s x;s ç;kl cgqr
vuqikr Hkh vxj Bhd ls çfrcafèkr u fd;k tk;s] rks vi;kZIr jgs gSaA vc ;s mixzg fp=k fgeky; esa ciQZ ls <ds
thou dks rckg dj ldrk gSA ;gka çfrcafèkr ty dk cM+s {ks=kksa vkSj mudh xfrfofèk dk fooj.k çnku dj jgs gSa]
lanHkZ ck<+ ls gSA ljdkj ,sls fp=kksa ls çklafxd vkadM+ksa dks çkIr djus ds fy,
çÑfr ds dksi vHkh Hkh de u gksus ds dkj.k gesa fiQj ls dne mBkus ds fy, vPNh rjg ls dke djsxhA fgeky;
ck<+ ds fo"k; ij okil ykSVuk iM+rk gSA jkgr mik; fuLlansg {ks=k esa {ks=kh; vè;;u Hkh ck<+ fu;a=k.k mik;ksa esa enn djsxkA

6. The author seems to favour: 11. A man wants to earn proit of 30%
1. traditional methods on 25 dozen mangoes for which, he
2. afforestation bought certain number of mangoes
3. soil conservation measures at 5 for a rupee and an equal number
Codes: of mangoes at 3 for a rupee. At what
(a) Only 1 (b) Only 2 price he should sell those 25 dozen
(c) Only 3 (d) Only 1 and 2 mangoes?
(a) 96 (b) 104
7. Which of the following statement(s) (c) 69 (d) 88
is/are deinitely true in the context of
the passage? 12. A and B can inish a job in 12 days
1. a signiicant proportion of water on while B and C can do it in 15 days.
the earth is not of direct use to us A started the job worked for 6 days,
2. water from rainfall, glaciers and then B worked for 12 days and the
snow-melt do not pose any threat to remaining job was inished by C in 18
life and property days. In how many days could A alone
3. water exists in atmosphere in the have inished the whole job?
same state as is available on the (a) 30 (b) 45
earth (c) 36 (d) None of these
(a) Only 1 (b) Only 2 13. Ajay invested a sum of money P in
(c) Only 3 (d) Only 1 and 2 simple interest at a rate of interest of
13% per annum for 3 years. He also
8. The dificulty in controlling Himalayan invested a sum of money Q in simple
rivers is: interest at a rate of interest of 15%
(a) inadequate number of dams per annum for 2 years. The interest he
(b) inadequate number of reservoirs in received in irst case was 20% more
catchment areas of rivers than that in the second case. Find the
(c) inadequate length of drainage ratio of P and Q?
channels (a) 10 : 11 (b) 12 : 13
(d) lack of knowledge of snow melt and (c) 2 : 3 (d) 5 : 6
glacier discharges
14. The tax imposed on an article is
9. The author welcomes building dams in
decreased by 10% and its consumption
the northern rivers because they:
increases by 10%. Find the percentage
(a) prevent trapping the silt coming from
change in revenue from it.
the hills
(a) 10% increase (b) 2% decrease
(b) store water for irrigation
(c) 1% decrease (d) 11% increase
(c) store water for power generation
(d) store water for navigation 15. Gopal and Swami can complete a work
in 20 days and 30 days respectively
10. Which of the following is a new
when working alone. In an arrangement
suggestion of the author?
Gopal works for 2 days and then
(a) water discharge should be regulated
Swami works for a day. They keep on
(b) the drainage channels should be
repeating this process till the work get
cleared up
completed. On which day will the work
(c) the reservoirs built across the
get completed?
catchments areas of rivers should be
desalted (a) 21st (b) 22nd
(d) the river beds should be desilted (c) 23 (d) 24th

6- ys[kd i{k esa yxrk gSµ 11- ,d vkneh 25 ntZu vkeksa ij 30% dk ykHk
1- ikjEifjd rjhdksa ds dekuk pkgrk gS] ftlds fy, mlus ,d #i;s esa
2- ouhdj.k ds 5 vkeksa dh nj ls vkeksa dh ,d fuf'pr la[;k
3- feV~Vh laj{k.k mik;ksa ds [kjhnh vkSj mruh gh la[;k esa ,d #i;s esa 3
dwV% vkeksa dh nj ls vke [kjhnsA ;g ykHk vftZr djus
(a) dsoy 1 (b) dsoy 2 ds fy, mls fdl dher ij bu 25 ntZu vkeksa
(c) dsoy 3 (d) dsoy 1 vkSj 2 dks cspuk pkfg,\
(a) 96 (b) 104
7- x|ka'k ds lanHkZ esa] fuEufyf[kr dFkuksa esa ls (c) 69 (d) 88
dkSu&lk@ls fuf'pr :i ls lR; gS@gSa\
1- i`Foh ij ikuh dk ,d egRoiw.kZ fgLlk gekjs 12- A vkSj B fdlh dk;Z dks 12 fnuksa esa [kRe dj
çR;{k mi;ksx esa ugha gS ldrs gSa] tcfd B vkSj C 15 fnuksa esa ,slk dj
2- o"kkZ] Xysf'k;jksa vkSj ciQZ ls fi?kyus okys ikuh ls ldrs gSaA A us dk;Z 'kq# fd;k vkSj 6 fnuksa ds
thou vkSj lEifÙk dks dksbZ [krjk ugha gS fy, dk;Z fd;k] fiQj B us 12 fnuksa ds fy, dk;Z
3- ftl fLFkfr esa ikuh i`Foh ij ekStwn gS] mlh fd;k vkSj 'ks"k dk;Z 18 fnuksa esa C }kjk lekIr
fLFkfr esa ok;qeaMy esa Hkh ekStwn gS fd;k x;kA fdrus fnuksa esa vdsys A gh iwjk dk;Z
dwV% lekIr dj ldrk gS\
(a) dsoy 1 (b) dsoy 2 (a) 30 (b) 45
(c) dsoy 3 (d) dsoy 1 vkSj 2 (c) 36 (d) buesa ls dksbZ ugha

8- fgeky;h ufn;ksa dks fu;af=kr djus esa dfBukbZ gSµ 13- vt; us 3 o"kks± ds fy, 13% çfro"kZ C;kt nj
(a) ckaèkksa dh vi;kZIr la[;k dh ij lkèkkj.k C;kt esa P jkf'k dk fuos'k fd;kA
(b) ufn;ksa ds tyxzg.k {ks=kksa esa vi;kZIr tyk'k;ksa dh mlus 2 lky ds fy, çfro"kZ 15% C;kt nj ls
la[;k dh lkèkkj.k C;kt ij Q jkf'k dk Hkh fuos'k fd;kA
(c) ty fudklh ç.kkfy;ksa dh vi;kZIr yackbZ dh igyh fLFkfr esa çkIr C;kt nwljh fLFkfr esa çkIr
(d) ciQZ fi?kyus vkSj fge lzko dh tkudkjh dh C;kt ls 20% vfèkd gSA P vkSj Q dk vuqikr
deh dh Kkr dhft,\
(a) 10 % 11 (b) 12 % 13
9- ys[kd mÙkjh ufn;ksa esa ckaèk cukus dk Lokxr (c) 2 % 3 (d) 5 % 6
djrk gS] D;ksafd osµ
(a) igkfM+;ksa ls vkus okyh dhpM+ dks iQalkdj jksd 14- ,d oLrq ij yxk;k x;k dj 10% de fd;k
ysrh gSa tkrk gS vkSj bldh [kir 10% c<+ tkrh gSA blls
(b) flapkbZ ds fy, ikuh ds laxzg.k ds fy, jktLo esa çfr'kr ifjorZu Kkr dhft,A
(c) fctyh mRiknu ds fy, ikuh ds laxzg.k ds fy, (a) 10% o`f¼ (b) 2% deh
(d) ukSlapkyu gsrq ikuh ds laxzg.k ds fy, (c) 1% deh (d) 11% o`f¼

10- fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu&lk ys[kd dk ,d u;k 15- xksiky vkSj Lokeh vdsys fdlh dke dks Øe'k% 20
lq>ko gS\ fnuksa vkSj 30 fnuksa esa iwjk dj ldrs gSAa ,d O;oLFkk
(a) ikuh ds cgko dks fofu;fer fd;k tkuk pkfg, ds vuqlkj xksiky 2 fnuksa ds fy, dke djrk gS vkSj
(b) ty fudklh ç.kkfy;ksa dks lkiQ fd;k tkuk fiQj Lokeh ,d fnu ds fy, dke djrk gSA dke
pkfg, iwjk gksus rd os bl çfØ;k dks nksgjkrs jgrs gSAa fdl
(c) ufn;ksa ds ty viokg {ks=kksa esa fufeZr tyk'k;ksa fnu rd ;g dke iwjk gks tk;sxk\
dks iQhdk cuk;k tkuk pkfg, (a) 21osa (b) 22osa
(d) unh ds ry dks dhpM+ jfgr djuk pkfg, (c) 23osa (d) 24osa

16. There are 3 boys and 4 girls seated 19. What is the speciality of B?
around a circular table so that no 2 (a) Ophthalmology
boys are together. Find the number of (b) ENT
ways in which this can be done?
(c) Paediatrics
(a) 144 (b) 168
(c) 146 (d) 142 (d) Data inadequate

17. Two partners invest 1,25,000 and 20. On which day of the week does D visit?
85,000 respectively in a business (a) Wednesday
and agree that 60% of the profit (b) Saturday
should be divided equally between (c) Friday
them and the remaining proit is to (d) None of these
be treated as interest on capital. If
one partner gets 300 more than the 21. Who among them visits the polyclinic
other, ind the total proit made in the
along with B?
(a) 3739.50 (b) 3937.50 (a) None
(c) 3749.50 (d) 3947.50 (b) H
(c) D
18. In how many ways can a committee of (d) P
4 men and 3 women can be appointed
from 6 men and 8 women? 22. On which of the following days do
(a) 842 (b) 840
the specialists in Orthopaedics and
(c) 846 (d) 850
Ophthalmology visit?
Directions for the following 5 (ive) questions: (a) Wednesday
Seven specialist doctors B, M, K, P, D, F and (b) Friday
H visit a polyclinic on four days — Tuesday, (c) Saturday
Wednesday, Friday and Saturday — in a week. (d) Data inadequate
At least one doctor but not more than 2 doctors
visits the polyclinic on each of these days. 23. What is P’s profession?
Each of them is a specialist in different ields (a) Paediatrician
— ENT, Orthopaedics, Paediatrics, Neurology,
(b) ENT
Ophthalmology, Radiology and Oncology.
(c) Ophthalmologist
1. P visits on Friday with Radiologist.
2. The Paediatrician does not visit on (d) None of these
Saturday nor with D and H.
3. The Oncologist F visits alone on Directions for the following 2 (two) questions:
Tuesday. In each question below are given 3
4. M visits on Wednesday and he is not statements followed by 2 conclusions
Paediatrician. numbered 1 and 2. You have to take the given
5. K visits on Wednesday. H is not statements to be true even if they seem to be
at variance with commonly known facts. Read
6. The Paediatrician visits with the ENT
all the conclusions and then decide which of
7. The Neurologist visits on Friday. the given conclusions logically follows from
8. B is neither Orthopedician nor the given statements, disregarding commonly
Radiologist. known facts.

16- fdlh xksykdkj est ij 3 yM+ds vkSj 4 yM+fd;ka 19- B dh D;k fo'ks"kKrk gS\
bl çdkj cSBs gSa fd dksbZ Hkh nks yM+ds ,d lkFk (a) vkWIFksYeksykWth
ugha cSBs gSaA bl çdkj cSBus dh fdruh lEHkkouk,a (b) ENT
gks ldrh gSa\
(c) isfM;kfVªDl
(a) 144 (b) 168
(c) 146 (d) 142 (d) vkadM+s vi;kZIr

17- nks lg;ksfx;ksa us fdlh O;kikj esa Øe'k 1]25]000 20- lIrkg ds fdl fnu D ikWyhfDyfud dk nkSjk
vkSj 85]000 dk fuos'k fd;k vkSj r; fd;k fd djrk gS\
dqy ykHk dk 60% nksuksa esa cjkcj fgLlksa esa ckaV (a) cqèkokj
fy;k tk;sxk vkSj cps gq, 40% ykHk dks iwath ij
C;kt ds :i esa ekuk tk;sxkA ;fn muesa ls ,d (b) 'kfuokj
fgLlsnkj dks nwljs ls 300 vfèkd feyrs gSa] rks (c) 'kqØokj
O;kikj esa gksus okys dqy ykHk dh x.kuk dhft,A (d) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
(a) 3739-50 (b) 3937-50
(c) 3749-50 (d) 3947-50 21- B ds lkFk ikWyhfDyfud dk nkSjk dkSu djrk gS\
18- 6 iq#"kksa vkSj 8 efgykvksa esa ls 4 iq#"kksa vkSj 3 (a) dksbZ ugha
efgykvksa dh ,d lfefr ds xBu ds fdrus rjhds (b) H
gks ldrs gSa\ (c) D
(a) 842 (b) 840
(d) P
(c) 846 (d) 850

fuEufyf[kr 5 (ikap) ç'uksa ds fy, funsZ'k% 22- fuEufyf[kr fnuksa esa ls dkSu&ls fnu vkWFkksiZ fs MDl
lkr fo'ks"kK MkWDVj B, M, K, P, D, F vkSj H ,d vkSj vkWIFksYeksykWth ikWyhfDyfud dk nkSjk djrs gS\a
lIrkg ds pkj fnuksa µ eaxyokj] cqèkokj] 'kqØokj vkSj (a) cqèkokj
'kfuokj dks ,d ikWyhfDyfud dk nkSjk djrs gSaA bu fnuksa esa (b) 'kqØokj
ls çR;sd fnu de ls de ,d MkWDVj] ysfdu vfèkdre 2
(c) 'kfuokj
MkWDVj ikWyhfDyfud dk nkSjk djrs gSaA
buesa ls çR;sd O;fDr fofHkUu {ks=kksa esa fo'ks"kK gS µ (d) vkadM+s vi;kZIr
ENT] vksFkksZisfMDl] isfM;kfVªDl] U;wjksykWth] vkWIFksYeksykWth]
jsfM;ksykWth vkSj vkWUdksykWthA 23- P dk D;k is'kk gS\
1- P 'kqØokj dks jsfM;ksykWftLV ds lkFk ikWyhfDyfud (a) isfM;kVªhf'k;u
dk nkSjk djrk gSA (b) ENT
2- isfM;kVªhf'k;u 'kfuokj dks u rks D vkSj u gh H (c) vkWIFksYeksykWftLV
ds lkFk ikWyhfDyfud dk nkSjk djrk gSA
(d) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
3- vkWUdksykWftLV F eaxyokj dks vdsys ikWyhfDyfud
dk nkSjk djrk gSA
4- cqèkokj dks M ikWyhfDyfud dk nkSjk djrk gS fuEufyf[kr 2 (nks) ç'uksa ds fy, funsZ'k%
vkSj og isfM;kVªhf'k;u ugha gSA uhps fn;s x;s çR;sd ç'u esa 3 dFkuksa ds lkFk 2 fu"d"kZ
5- cqèkokj dks K nkSjk djrk gSA A H jsfM;ksykWftLV ugha gSA 1 vkSj 2 fn;s x;s gSAa vkidks çR;sd dFku dks lp ekuuk gS]
6- isfM;kVªhf'k;u ENT fo'ks"kK ds lkFk nkSjk pkgs og lkekU; Kkr rF;ksa ls fHkUu Hkh gksA lHkh dFkuksa dks
djrk gSA
7- 'kqØokj dks U;wjksykWftLV ikWyhfDyfud dk nkSjk djrk gSA è;kuiwodZ if<+, vkSj ;g fu.kZ; dhft, fd fn;k x;k dkSu&lk
8- B u rks vkFkksZisfMf'k;u gS vkSj u gh fu"d"kZ lkekU; :i ls Kkr rF;ksa dh vogsyuk dj fn;s x;s
jsfM;ksykWftLV gSA dFku dk rkfdZd :i ls vuqikyu djrk gSA

24. Statements: conirmed by what is happening today. It is a
Some dogs are cats. paradox that religion is at once a cohesive and
All animals are cats. divisive force. If religion with its potential for
All cats are whites. good has turned into a destructive force, it is
Conclusions: but a perversion of religion.
1. All those dogs which are cats are also Religion in its deepest sense has laid the
whites. foundation of moral order. It has extended the
2. All the animals may or may not be bounds of human sympathy and underscored
dogs. the values of humanity, charity in the sense of
Codes: love and tolerance, faith in a transcendental
(a) Only conclusion 1 follows divine order, respect for the sanctity of all
(b) Only conclusion 2 follows forms of life and observance of the decencies of
(c) Both conclusion 1 and 2 follows life. The inherent divinity of the human being,
(d) Neither conclusion 1 nor 2 follows universal brotherhood, unity of all faiths, and
collective progress and peace - these are basic
25. Statements: to all religions and form their core.
All princes are kings. All values advocated by religion are
All braves are princes. threatened by greed, violence, exploitation,
No queen is king. competitive religion, consumerism,
Conclusions: commercialization and such forces. It looks as
1. A prince can never be queen. if religion has become its own enemy. Every
2. All those princes who are kings are sphere of human activity from the individual
queens. and domestic to the international level is
Codes: torn with chaos and conlict. “Parents have
(a) Only conclusion 1 follows very little love for each other and in the home
(b) Only conclusion 2 follows begins the disruption of the world” (Mother
(c) Either conclusion 1 or 2 follows Teresa).
(d) Neither conclusion 1 nor 2 follows The spirit of skepticism generated by
science has resulted in an erosion of values.
26. If CAT is written as CNANT then GOD The world is broken into narrow domestic
can be written as walls. Communities tend to be imprisoned in
(a) GODN (b) GNOND their watertight compartments bearing the
(c) GOND (d) NGOD respective labels - religion, caste, race, nation,
ideology, etc. The phenomenal growth in
27. a = 23 (529) (1024) knowledge is not matched by a commensurate
b = 21 (441) (144) growth in wisdom which lies in the cultivation
c = 19 (361) (?) of humanizing impulses. "We have grasped
Codes: the mystery of the atom and rejected the
(a) 1441 (b) 3529 Sermon on the Mount. The world has achieved
(c) 9361 (d) 8281 brilliance without wisdom and power without
conscience. We know more about war than
Passage 3 about peace, more about killing than about
“Not Religion but religious dogma” leads living” (General Omar S. Bradley).
to conlict, “Religion should graduate We boast about our civilization. There is
into spirituality” These two epigrammatic nothing particularly civilized in traveling by
statements of President Abdul Kalam are plane or living in air conditioned comfort.
worth pondering over. It has been said that Speed, quantity, sophisticated lifestyle and
more blood has been shed over the cause bank balance do not make for civilization.
of religion than any other cause. This is Human beings have been described as the

24- dFku% ,slk dgk x;k gS fd fdlh vU; dkj.k ls vfèkd [kwu]
dqN dqÙks fcYyh gSaA èkkfeZd dkj.kksa dh otg ls gh cgk;k x;k gSA vkt tks
lHkh i'kq fcYyh gSaA fLFkfr gS mlls ;g Li"V Hkh gSA ;g fojksèkkHkklh gS fd
lHkh fcYyh liQsn gSaA èkeZ ,d :i esa tksM+us dk dk;Z djrk gS rFkk nwljh vksj
fu"d"kZ% ;g foHkktu Hkh djrk gSA ;fn èkeZ viuh etcwrh ds lkFk
1- ,sls lHkh dqÙks tks fcYyh gSa] liQsn Hkh gSaA foèoald :i esa ifjofrZr gks tk;s] rks bls èkeZ dk foÑr
2- lHkh i'kq dqÙks gks ldrs gSa ;k ugha gks ldrs gSaA :i dgk tkrk gSA
dwV% èkeZ dks vxj xgurk ls le>k tk;s] rks ;g uSfrd
(a) dsoy fu"d"kZ 1 vuqikyu djrk gS O;oLFkk ds ewy fl¼kar dh vksj tkrk gSA èkeZ ekuo
(b) dsoy fu"d"kZ 2 vuqikyu djrk gS lgkuqHkwfr dh lhek rFkk ekuork ds ewY;ksa dks c<+krk gS]
(c) fu"d"kZ 1 vkSj 2 nksuksa vuqikyu djrs gSa çse vkSj lfg".kqrk dh Hkkouk] vrqyuh; nSoh; O;oLFkk esa
(d) u rks fu"d"kZ 1 u gh 2 vuqikyu djrk gS fo'okl] thou dh lHkh voLFkkvksa dh ifo=krk ds fy,
lEeku vkSj thou dh fu"Bk dk vuqikyu djrk gSA equ";
25- dFku% dk varfuZfgr nsoRo] lkoZHkkSfed HkkbZpkjk] lHkh èkeks± dh
lHkh jktdqekj jktk gSaA ,drk] lkewfgd çxfr vkSj 'kkafrµ lHkh èkeks± dk ;gh ewy
lHkh cgknqj jktdqekj gSaA gS vkSj ;gh lHkh èkeks± dk eeZ gSA
dksbZ Hkh jkuh jktk ugha gSA èkeZ }kjk lefFkZr fd;s tkus okys lHkh ewY;ksa dks ykyp]
fu"d"kZ% fgalk] 'kks"k.k] çfrLi¼kZRed èkeZ] miHkksDrkokn] O;olk;hdj.k
1- ,d jktdqekj dHkh Hkh jkuh ugha gks ldrkA rFkk buds tSls vU; dkjdksa }kjk u"V fd;k tkrk gSA ,slk
2- os lHkh jktdqekj] tks jktk gSa] jkuh Hkh gSaA çrhr gksrk gS ekuks èkeZ Lo;a dk gh nq'eu cu cSBk gSA
dwV% O;fDrxr vkSj ?kjsyw Lrj ls varjkZ"Vªh; Lrj rd ekuoh;
(a) dsoy fu"d"kZ 1 vuqikyu djrk gSA fØ;kdykiksa dk çR;sd {ks=k vjktdrk vkSj la?k"kZ us ukspk
(b) dsoy fu"d"kZ 2 vuqikyu djrk gSA gqvk gSA ¶ekrk&firk ds chp vkilh I;kj esa deh gh lalkj
(c) ;k rks fu"d"kZ 1 ;k 2 vuqikyu djrk gSA esa ?kjksa esa njkj mRiUu djrh gSA¸ (enj Vsjslk)
(d) u rks fu"d"kZ 1 u gh 2 vuqikyu djrk gSA foKku }kjk mRiUu vfo'okl dh Hkkouk ds ifj.kkeLo:i
ewY;ksa dk {kj.k gqvk gSA vkt lalkj ladh.kZ ?kjsyw nhokjksa
26- ;fn CAT dks CNANT ds :i esa fy[kk tkrk esa foHkkftr gks pqdk gSA leqnk;ksa us vius vki dks èkeZ]
gS] rks GOD dks fy[kk tk ldrk gS% tkfr] oa'k] jk"Vª] fopkjèkkjk vkfn tSls ladsrdksa ds :i esa
(a) GODN (b) GNOND
v[kaMuh; nhokjksa ds chp dSn dj fy;k gSA Kku esa vHkwriwoZ
(c) GOND (d) NGOD
o`f¼] cqf¼eÙkk esa vkuq"kafxd o`f¼ ls esy ugha [kkrh gS] tks
27- a = 23 (529) (1024) ekuoh; euksosx dks mRiUu djus esa fufgr gksrh gSA ¶geus
b = 21 (441) (144) ijek.kq ds jgL; dks le> fy;k gS rFkk ioZr ds Åij
c = 19 (361) (\) èkeksZins'k dks udkjk gSA nqfu;k us fcuk cqf¼eÙkk ds çfrHkk
dwV% rFkk fcuk var%dj.k ds 'kfDr çkIr dh gSA gesa 'kkafr ls
(a) 1441 (b) 3529 vfèkd ;q¼ ds ckjs esa irk gS rFkk thus ls vfèkd ejus&ekjus
(c) 9361 (d) 8281
ds ckjs esa irk gSA¸ (tujy vksej ,l- czSMys)
ge viuh lH;rk ij ?keaM djrs gSaA fo'ks"kdj tgkt esa
x|ka'k 3 cSBdj ?kweus ;k okrkuqdwfyr LFkkuksa ij cSBus ls dksbZ lH;
¶èkeZ ugha cfYd èkkfeZd :f<+okn¸ la?k"kZ mRiUu djrk ugha gks tkrkA xfr] ek=kk] ifj"Ñr thou 'kSyh rFkk cSad esa
gS] ¶èkeZ dks vkè;kfRedrk ls ifjiw.kZ gksuk pkfg,A¸ jk"Vªifr tek jkf'k vkidks lH; ugha cukrhA ekuo dks tkuojksa ds
vCnqy dyke ds ;s nks egÙoiw.kZ c;ku è;ku nsus ;ksX; gSaA cM+s HkkbZ rFkk nsorkvksa ds NksVs HkkbZ ds :i esa of.kZr fd;k

elder brothers of the animals and the younger 28. The sentence “religion has become its
brothers of the gods. Civilization fulils itself own enemy” indicates that:
when they are elevated from animality to (a) religion is getting self-destructive
spirituality. Religion and spirituality have their (b) constituting beliefs are working
role in this transforming and regenerating
against the interest of that faith
process. Their role should be redeined and
reformulated in the modern context. (c) religion is breeding people who are
opposing the same religion
Religion is awareness: it is wisdom and
enlightenment. Bigotry, hatred, dogma, (d) religion is eroding values
fanatical fury, intolerance and such negative
elements are alien to it. “I was born not to 29. The sentence “religion should graduate
share men’s hatred but their love” (Antigone: into spirituality” means:
Sophocles). True religion is free from the (a) people should value spirituality more
trappings of superstition, dogma, ritual, (b) religion should give way to spirituality
quackery, magic and witchcraft. It is sensitive (c) religion should uplift itself to
to social needs. Holiness, purity, charity, spirituality
human equality, service to human beings, (d) salvation should be the sole aim of
etc., are religious universals and not the religion
prerogative of any one faith.
Religion and spirituality should not be 30. Which one of the following is not a
equated with otherworldliness or ascetic core value of all religions?
seclusion and escape from life’s realities. They (a) all religions are same
are related to life here and now and provide (b) people of the whole world are brothers
the guidelines for the art of living. One is
(c) man is a divine creature
most religious and spiritual when one is most
(d) charity is a cardinal part of faith
human. A Russian peasant remarked at the
conclusion of a lecture by Maxim Gorky on
31. True religion, according to the passage,
the marvels of science: “We are taught to ly in
is not:
the air like birds and swim in water like ish,
but how to live on earth, we do not know.” (a) sensitivity
Religions are many, but religion is one. (b) divine power
There is no relative superiority of one (c) service
religion over another. One should go beyond (d) deeper awareness
denominational religion to understand religion.
What the world needs is a fellowship of faiths Passage 4
on a common march towards a common goal.’’ Laughter is the best medicine. If you can
Man must evolve for all human conlicts a laugh when you are ill you will get your health
method which rejects revenge, aggression and back sooner. If you cannot laugh, even if you
retaliation. The foundation of such a method are healthy, sooner or later you will lose your
is love.” These words of Martin Luther King health and you will become ill.
sum up the essence of religion. The present
Laughter brings inner energy to the fore.
cancerous growth of hatred and violence can
When you really laugh, for those few moments
be averted by the inculcation and assimilation
of the spirit of religion - religion understood you are in a deep meditative state. Thinking
to mean “reinement,” “sweetness and light,” stops. It is impossible to laugh and think
“the culture of the soul,” and “the culture of together. When you really laugh, suddenly,
tolerance.” The question is not, “why religion?” the mind disappears. And the whole Zen
but “what kind of religion?” methodology is how to get into no-mind.

x;k gSA i'kqo`fÙk ls vkè;kfRedrk dh vksj Åij mBuk] lH; 28- ¶èkeZ viuk Lo;a dk nq'eu cu x;k gSA¸ dFku
dgykrk gSA ifjorZu vkSj iqufuZekZ.k dh çfØ;k esa èkeZ vkSj bafxr djrk gSµ
vkè;kfRedrk dh Hkwfedk gksrh gSA orZeku ifjis{k esa bldh (a) èkeZ Lo;a fouk'kdkjh gks jgk gS
Hkwfedk dks iquiZfjHkkf"kr rFkk u;s fljs ls lqèkkj fd;s tkus (b) ml èkeZ ds fgr ds fo#¼ cuh vkLFkk dk;Z dj
pkfg,A jgh gS
èkeZ tkx#drk gS% ;g Kku vkSj çcksèku gSA èkek±èkrk@ (c) èkeZ mu yksxksa dk ikyu&iks"k.k djrk gS tks mlh
dV~Vjrk] ?k`.kk] gBèkfeZrk] dV~Vj jks"k] vlfg".kqrk vkSj bl èkeZ dk fojksèk djrs gSa
çdkj ds udkjkRed rRo blds fy, çfrdwy gSaA ¶esjk tUe (d) èkeZ ewY;ksa dks u"V djrk gS
euq";ksa dh uiQjr ugha] cfYd mudk çse lk>k djus ds fy,
29- ¶èkeZ dks vkè;kfRedrk ls ifjiw.kZ gksuk pkfg,¸
gqvk Fkk¸ (,aVhxksu % lksiQksdYl)A lPpk èkeZ vaèkfo'okl]
dFku dk vFkZ gSµ
gBèkfeZrk] vuq"Bku] uhe&gdheh] tknw vkSj tkylkth lHkh
(a) ekuo dks vfèkd vkè;kfRed gksuk pkfg,
ls eqDr gksrk gSA ;g lkekftd vko';drkvksa ds çfr (b) èkeZ esa vkè;kfRedrk dks txg feyuh pkfg,
laosnu'khy gksrk gSA èkkfeZdrk] 'kq¼rk] nku] ekuo lekurk] (c) èkeZ dks vius vki dks vkè;kfRedrk rd Åij
ekuo ds çfr lsok vkfn] ;s lHkh lkoZHkkSfed :i ls lHkh mBkuk pkfg,
èkeks± esa ekU; voèkkj.kk,a gSa vkSj bu lHkh ij fdlh èkeZ (d) eks{k] èkeZ dk ,dek=k mís'; gksuk pkfg,
fo'ks"k dk fo'ks"kkfèkdkj ugha gSA
èkeZ vkSj vkè;kfRedrk dks ijykSfddrk ;k vkRela;eh 30- fuEufyf[kr esa ls D;k lHkh èkeks± dk ewyHkwr
,dkarrk ds lkFk ugha tksM+uk pkfg, rFkk thou dh rRo ugha gS\
okLrfodrkvksa ls ugha cpuk pkfg,A ;s ;gka thou ls tqM+s (a) lHkh èkeZ ,d tSls gSa
gq, gksrs gSa rFkk thou thus dh dyk ds fy, fn'kkfunsZ'k (b) lEiw.kZ lalkj ds yksx vkil esa HkkbZ gSa
çnku djrs gSaA vxj dksbZ O;fDr vfèkd èkkfeZd vkSj (c) ekuo ,d fnO; ç gS
vkè;kfRed gksrk gS] rHkh og ekuork ls ifjiw.kZ gksrk gSA (d) nku] èkeZ dk ,d çeq[k fgLlk gS
foKku ds peRdkj fo"k; ij eSfDle xkdhZ ds ,d O;k[;ku
31- x|ka'k ds vuqlkj] lPpk èkeZ ugha gSµ
ds lekiu ij ,d :lh fdlku us dh ¶gesa if{k;ksa
(a) laosnu'khy
dh rjg vkleku esa mM+uk rks fl[kk;k x;k gS] gesa eNfy;ksa
(b) fnO; 'kfDr
dh rjg ikuh esa rSjuk rks fl[kk;k x;k gS] ysfdu i`Foh ij
(c) lsok
dSls jguk gS] ;g ge ugha tkurs gSaA¸
(d) xgu tkx#drk
èkeZ rks vusd gSa] ysfdu bZ'oj ,d gSA fdlh Hkh ,d
èkeZ dh fdlh vU; nwljs èkeZ ls Js"Brk dh rqyuk ugha x|ka'k 4
dh tk ldrh gSA èkeZ dks le>us ds fy, O;fDr dks èkeZ galh csgrjhu nok gSA ;fn vki chekj gSa vkSj vki gal
fo'ks"k ls Åij mBus dh vko';drk gSA vkt lalkj dks ldrs gSa] rks vki tYn viuk LokLF; csgrj dj ldrs gSaA
,d lkewfgd y{; dh vksj ,d lkFk ,d ekxZ ij pyus ;fn vki LoLFk jgrs gq, Hkh gal ugha ldrs gSa] rks vki
dh t:jr gSA ¶euq"; dks vkt ,slh O;oLFkk fuekZ.k dh tYn gh ;k dqN le; ckn viuk LokLF; [kks nsaxs vkSj
t:jr gS] ftlesa cnyk] vkØkedrk vkSj çfr'kksèk dh txg chekj iM+ tk;saxsA
u gksA ,slh O;oLFkk dh uhao çse gSA¸ ekfVZu ywFkj fdax ds galh vkarfjd ÅtkZ dks ckgj ykrh gSA tc vki vly esa
;s 'kCn èkeZ dk lkj vfHkO;Dr djrs gSaA uiQjr vkSj fgalk galrs gSa] rks vki dqN iyksa ds fy, xgu vkè;kfRed fLFkfr
dh dSaljtud o`f¼ dks èkeZ dh Hkkouk dks vkRelkr djds esa gksrs gSaA galrs le; lkspus dh çfØ;k #d tkrh gSaA ,d
jksdk tk ldrk gSA èkeZ dk vfHkçk; ¶lqèkkj¸] ¶feBkl vkSj gh le; ij galuk vkSj lkspuk lEHko ugha gSA tc vki dHkh
çdk'k¸] ¶vkRek dh laLÑfr¸ vkSj ¶lfg".kqrk dh laLÑfr¸ galrs gSa] rks vpkud ls vkidk eu frjksfgr gks tkrk gSA iwjh
ls gSA loky ;g ugha gS fd ¶èkeZ D;ksa\¸ ysfdu loky ;g tsu (Zen) fØ;k blh i¼fr ij vkèkkfjr gS fd uks&ekbaM
gS fd ¶fdl çdkj dk èkeZ\¸ (eu foghu) voLFkk dks dSls çkIr fd;k tk;s\

Dancing and laughter are the best, natural, And look at the whole ridiculousness: again
easily approachable doors to attaining no- the same day starts; you have done the same
mind. Existence melts into you; there is an things again and again for your whole life.
Again you will get into your slippers, rush to
overlapping of boundaries. And if you are
the bathroom - for what? Brushing your teeth,
really dancing - not managing it but allowing
taking a shower - for what? Where are you
it to manage you, allowing it to possess you - going? Getting ready and no where to go!
if you are possessed by dance, thinking stops. Look at the whole ridiculousness of it
The same happens with laughter. If you are - and have a good laugh. Laughter leads to
possessed by laughter, thinking stops. And if more laughter. And almost always I have seen
you know a few moments of no-mind, those people doing just the wrong thing. From early
morning they get out of bed complaining,
glimpses will promise you many more rewards
gloomy, sad, depressed, and miserable. Then
that are going to come.
one thing leads to another - and for nothing.
Before the mind disappears there open two And they get angry ... it is very bad because it
alternatives: sleep or sushupti/samadhi and will change your climate for the whole day, it
satori. When thinking disappears, these are will set a pattern for the whole day.
the two alternatives left: either you move into In their insanity, Zen people are saner than
satori – a fully alert, no-thought state; or a you are. They start the day laughing. Then
the whole day you will feel laughter bubbling,
fully asleep, no-thought state-sleep. And sleep
welling up. There are so many ridiculous
is more natural, because you have practiced it
things happening all over. God must be dying
long. If you live 60 years, for 20 years you have of laughter - down the centuries, for eternity,
been asleep. It is the greatest activity that you seeing this ridiculousness of the world.
have been doing; one-third of your life is spent The people that He has created, and all the
in sleep. Laughing, how can you fall asleep? absurdities - it is really a comedy. He must be
It brings a state of no-mind and no-thought, laughing.

and does not allow you to fall asleep. If you become silent after your laughter,
one day you will hear God also laughing, you
In a few Zen monasteries, every monk has
will hear the whole existence laughing with
to start his morning with laughter, and has to you - even the trees and stones and stars.
end his night with laughter. It will be dificult,
living in a family set-up, to suddenly laugh 32. We, according to the passage, can not
early in the morning. But do try it; it’s worth laugh at the fact that:
(a) our life is full of absurdities
getting out of bed laughing. Yes, for no reason
(b) our existence is, in fact, ridiculous
at all. Isn’t it good to be alive?
(c) death shall wipe us out one day
One day you will not get up in the morning. (d) we are living
One day the milkman will knock at the door,
33. In the state of no-mind:
the spouse will be snoring, but you will not
(a) chain of thoughts lingers
be there. One day, death will come. Before it
(b) we are in a trans - like state
knocks you down, have a good laugh - while (c) we get unconscious of the self
there is time, have a good laugh. (d) we may be awarded by the Heaven

u`R; djuk vkSj galuk nksuksa lcls csgrj] LokHkkfod vkSj bl lEiw.kZ gkL;kLin fLFkfr ij utj Mkfy,A fiQj ls
vklku çfØ;k,a gSa] ftuds ekè;e ls uks&ekbaM voLFkk çkIr u;s fnu dh 'kq#vkr vkSj vki ftanxhHkj mUgha dk;ks± dks
dh tk ldrh gSA vfLrRookn vki esa gh fleV tkrk gS nksgjkrs jgrs gSaA fiQj ls vki viuh pIiy igusaxs] ckFk:e
vkSj lhekvksa dk vksojySi gksrk jgrk gSA ;fn vki vly tk;saxs&D;ksa\ nkar lkiQ djus ds fy,] ugkus ds fy, µ
esa u`R; dj jgs gSa vkSj bls lapkfyr ugha dj jgs gSa] ysfdu ysfdu D;ksa\ vki dgka tk jgs gks\ rS;kj gks jgs gks vkSj
bls (u`R; dks) vius vki dks lapkfyr djus dh vuqefr dgha ugha tkuk gSA
nsrs gSa] bls vius vki dks çHkkfor djus dh vuqefr nsrs gSa] bl iwjh gkL;kLin fLFkfr ij utj Mkydj tksj ls gafl,A
rFkk ;fn vki u`R; }kjk çHkkfor gksrs gSa] rks vkidh lkspus galh vkSj vfèkd galh mRiUu djrh gS vkSj yxHkx gj ckj
eSaus yksxksa dks xyr dk;Z djrs gq, ik;k gSA lqcg tYnh gh
dh 'kfDr dk;Z djuk can dj nsrh gSA galh ds lkFk Hkh
fcLrj NksM+us ds ckn os f'kdk;r ls ifjiw.kZ] mnkl] nq[kh]
;gh çfØ;k gksrh gSA ;fn vki galh }kjk çHkkfor gksrs gSa] rks
f[kUu vkSj fujkuan fn[kk;h nsrs gSaA ,sls esa fcuk fdlh otg
vkidh lkspus dh 'kfDr dk;Z djuk can dj nsrh gSA ;fn
ds ,d Hkkouk ls nwljh Hkkouk mRiUu gksrh gSA os Øksfèkr gks
vkidks uks&ekbaM ds dqN yEgksa dk irk gksrk gS] rks os yEgsa tkrs gSa] ftlls muds iwjs fnu dh vkcksgok cny tk;saxh vkSj
vkidks vkxkeh [kqf'k;ksa ds ckjs esa lwfpr djrs gSaA ;g iwjs fnu ds fy, ,d iSVuZ fuèkkZfjr djsxkA
blls igys fd eu frjksfgr gks tk;s ;gka nks fodYi gksrs vius mUekn esa] tsu (Zen) yksx vkidh rqyuk esa
gSa% fuæk ;k lq"kqfIr vkSj lrksjhA tc vkidk eu frjksfgr gks vfèkd le>nkj gSaA os vius fnu dh 'kq#vkr galh ls 'kq:
tkrk gS] rks ,sls esa nks gh fodYi cps gksrs gSa ;k rks vki djrs gSaA rc vki iwjs fnu galrs jgsaxs vkSj vPNk eglwl
lrksjh esa pys tk;sa] tks ,d iw.kZ lpsr vkSj fopkjfoghu djsaxsA gj txg cgqr&lh gkL;kLin phtsa gks jgh gSaA dbZ
voLFkk gS ;k vki iw.kZ :i ls fuækeXu gks tk;as] tks lfn;ksa ls vuardky ds fy, lalkj dh gkL;kLin fLFkfr;ksa
fopkjfoghu fuæk voLFkk gSA fuæk vfèkd LokHkkfod gS] dks ns[krs gq, Hkxoku Hkh galrs&galrs ikxy gks jgs gksaxsA os
D;ksafd vkius yEcs le; rd bldk vH;kl fd;k gSA ;fn equ"; ftudk mUgksaus fuekZ.k fd;k gS vkSj lHkh ew[kZrk,a] ;s
vki 60 o"kZ thrs gSa] rks 20 o"kZ vkids lksus esa chr tkrs lHkh vly esa etkd (dkWesMh) gh rks gSaA budks ns[kdj og
gSaA ;g lcls cM+h xfrfofèk gS] ftls vki djrs vk jgs gSaA vo'; gh gal jgs gksaxsA
vkidh ,d&frgkbZ ftanxh lksus (fuæk) esa gh chr x;h gSA ;fn vki viuh galh ds ckn 'kkar gks tkrs gSa] rks ,d
galh ls vki fuæk voLFkk esa dSls tk ldrs gks\ ;g galh fnu vkidks lquk;h nsxk fd Hkxoku Hkh gal jgs gSaA vkidks
vius lkFk leLr vfLrRooknh oLrq,a galrh gqbZ lquk;h nsaxh]
uks&ekbaM (eu foghu) vkSj uks&FkkWV (fopkj foghu) voLFkk
ftuesa isM+&ikSèks] iRFkj vkSj rkjs lHkh gksaxsA
mRiUu djrh gS vkSj vkidks lksus dh vuqefr ugha nsrh gSA
dqN tsu (Zen) eBksa esa çR;sd fHk{kq dks viuh lqcg 32- x|ka'k ds vuqlkj ge fuEufyf[kr esa fdl rF;
dh 'kq#vkr galh ls 'kq: djuh iM+rh gS vkSj jkf=k dks Hkh ij gal ugha ldrs gSa] fdµ
galh ds lkFk gh fnu dh lekfIr djuh iM+rh gSA ikfjokfjd (a) gekjk thou folaxfr;ksa ls Hkjk gS
O;oLFkk esa lqcg mBdj vpkud tksj&tksj ls galuk eqf'dy (b) gekjk vfLrRo okLro esa gkL;kLin gS
gksxkA ysfdu bldk ç;kl djsaA lqcg fcLrj ls mBrs gh (c) ,d u ,d fnu gekjh ekSr gks tk;sxh
galuk vPNk gksrk gSA th gka] fcuk fdlh otg ds Hkh vki (d) ge thfor gSa

gal ldrs gSaA D;k ;g thfor jgus ds fy, vPNk ugha gS\ 33- uks&ekbaM (eu foghu) dh voLFkk esaµ
fdlh fnu vki lqcg ugha mB ik;saxsA nwèkokyk vkidk (a) fopkjksa dh Ük`a[kyk,a nh?kZdky rd jgrh gSa
njoktk [kV[kVk;sxk] vkidh iRuh [kjkZVs Hkj jgh gksxh] (b) ge Vªkal tSlh voLFkk esa gksrs gSa
ysfdu vki vc ugha jgsA ,d u ,d fnu e`R;q vk;sxhA blls (c) ge Lo;a csgks'kh dh fLFkfr esa pys tkrs gSa
igys fd ;g vki rd nLrd ns] th Hkjdj gal yhft,A (d) gesa LoxZ }kjk lEekfur fd;k tk ldrk gS

34. Which of the following statements is TOTAL PLAYERS = 4200
not true according to the passage? Rugby
Lawn Tennis
(a) satori is the conscious form of 13%
(b) in satori we are quite vigilant of our Football
self 17%
(c) sleeping is the greatest activity that 10%
we can do
(d) none of the above
35. Choose the most appropriate title
from the following options: FEMALE PLAYERS = 2000
(a) Laugh and let Laugh Rugby
Lawn Tennis
(b) Die Laughing 10%
(c) Laugh on Yourself
(d) Laugh for Nothing Football
36. When a number is divided by 893 the 15%
remainder is 193. What will be the
remainder when it is divided by 47?
(a) 3 (b) 5 Cricket
(c) 25 (d) 33
39. What is the average number of players
37. Two trains A and B are running on
(both male and female) who play
parallel tracks in same direction.
Length of train A is twice that of train Football and Rugby together?
B. Both train take an equal amount (a) 620 (b) 357
of time to cross a pole individually. (c) 230 (d) 630
If speed of train B is 80 km/hr and
40. What is the difference between the
its length is 600 m, then how much
time will train A take to completely number of female players who play
overtake train B? Lawn Tennis and the number of male
(a) 81 seconds (b) 20 seconds players who play Rugby?
(c) 48 seconds (d) 54 seconds (a) 94 (b) 84
(c) 220 (d) 240
38. The wheat sold by Sunil contained 10%
low quality wheat. What quantity of 41. What is the ratio of the number of
good quality wheat should be added to female players who play Cricket to
200 kg of wheat so that the percentage the number of male players who play
of low quality wheat becomes 4%? Hockey?
(a) 150 kg (b) 250 kg (a) 2 : 9 (b) 4 : 21
(c) 210 kg (d) 300 kg (c) 20 : 3 (d) 3 : 20

Directions for the following 5 (Five) questions: 42. What is the total number of the male
Percentage wise distribution of players who players who play Football, Cricket and
play 5 different sports. Lawn Tennis together?
Total players are 4200, out of which female (a) 1724 (b) 1734
players are equal to 2000. (c) 1824 (d) 1964

34- x|ka'k ds vuqlkj fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu&lk dqy f[kykM+h = 4200
dFku lR; ugha gS\ jXch
ykWu Vsful
(a) lrksjh] lq"kqfIr dh psru voLFkk gS 13%
(b) lrksjh voLFkk esa ge vius vki esa cgqr lrdZ
jgrs gSa iQqVckWy
(c) fuæk ,slh lcls cM+h xfrfofèk gS] ftls ge dj gkWdh
ldrs gSa 10%
(d) mi;qZDr esa ls dksbZ ugha
35- x|ka'k gsrq fuEufyf[kr esa ls lcls mi;qDr 35%
'kh"kZd dk p;u dhft,µ
efgyk f[kykM+h = 2000
(a) galks vkSj galus nks jXch ykWu Vsful
(b) bruk gafl, fd isV esa cy iM+ tk;sa 10% 22%
(c) Lo;a ij galks
(d) fcuk fdlh dkj.k ds gafl, iQqVckWy
13% gkWdh
36- ;fn fdlh la[;k dks 893 ls foHkkftr djus ij 15%
'ks"kiQy 193 vk;s] rks bls 47 ls foHkkftr djus
ij fdruk 'ks"kiQy vk;sxk\
(a) 3 (b) 5 40%
(c) 25 (d) 33
39- iQqVckWy vkSj jXch ,d lkFk [ksyus okys f[kykfM+;ksa
37- nks jsyxkfM+;ka A vkSj B leku fn'kk esa lekukarj
(iq#"k vkSj efgyk nksuksa) dh vkSlr la[;k gSµ
iVfj;ksa ij py jgh gSaA jsyxkM+h A dh yackbZ
(a) 620 (b) 357
jsyxkM+h B ls nksxquh gSA nksuksa jsyxkfM+;ka ,d
[kEcs dks ikj djus ds fy, cjkcj le; ysrh gSaA (c) 230 (d) 630
;fn Vªsu B dh xfr 80 fdeh@?kaVk gS vkSj mldh
yackbZ 600 ehVj gS] rks fdrus le; esa jsyxkM+h A 40- ykWu Vsful [ksyus okyh efgyk f[kykfM+;ksa rFkk
jsyxkM+h B dks iwjh rjg ls ikj dj ysxh\ jXch [ksyus okys iq#"k f[kykfM+;ksa dh la[;k esa
(a) 81 lsdsaM (b) 20 lsdsaM fdruk varj gS\
(c) 48 lsdsaM (d) 54 lsdsaM (a) 94 (b) 84
(c) 220 (d) 240
38- lquhy }kjk csps x;s xsgwa esa 10% xsgwa [kjkc
xq.koÙkk dk gSA xsgwa dh 200 fdxzk ek=kk esa vPNh 41- gkWdh [ksyus okys iq#"k f[kykfM+;ksa dh la[;k vkSj
xq.koÙkk okys xsgwa dh fdruh çfr'kr ek=kk feyk;h fØdsV [ksyus okyh efgyk f[kykfM+;ksa dh la[;k
tk;s fd [kjkc xq.koÙkk okys xsgwa dh çfr'krrk 4
dk vuqikr D;k gS\
gks tk;s\
(a) 2 % 9 (b) 4 % 21
(a) 150 fdxzk (b) 250 fdxzk
(c) 210 fdxzk (d) 300 fdxzk (c) 20 % 3 (d) 3 % 20

fuEufyf[kr 5 (ikap) ç'uksa ds fy, funsZ'k% 42- iQqVckWy] fØdsV vkSj ykWu Vsful ,d lkFk [ksyus
5 vyx&vyx [ksy [ksyus okys f[kykfM+;ksa dk çfr'kr okys iq#"k f[kykfM+;ksa dh dqy la[;k D;k gS\
vuqlkj forj.k (a) 1724 (b) 1734
dqy 4200 f[kykfM+;ksa esa ls 2000 efgyk f[kykM+h gSaA (c) 1824 (d) 1964

43. The number of male players who 46. Who have specialised in Finance?
play Rugby is approximately what (a) I, T (b) G, I
percentage of the total number of (c) A, G (d) I, A
players who play Lawn Tennis?
(a) 33 (b) 39 47. Who have specialised in HR?
(c) 26 (d) 21 (a) Q (b) A
(c) G (d) None of these
44. After 9 years, Ravi will be twice the
age of Suresh. Three years back, the 48. Who are the 3 females among the
ratio of their ages was 10 : 3. What will friends?
be the present age of Sunny who is 5 (a) T, G, Q
years younger to Suresh? (b) T, C, I
(a) 7 years (b) 12 years (c) C, A, T
(c) 33 years (d) 28 years (d) Data inadequate

Directions for the following 5 (ive) questions: 49. What is the specialisation of Q?
T, Q, G, A, S, I and C are 7 friends working (a) Finance
in 3 different organizations i.e. X, Y and Z. Not (b) Marketing
more than 3 or less than 2 work in any of the (c) HR
organizations. 2 of them have specialization in (d) Data inadequate
Finance and 2 in Marketing and one each in
Directions for the following 2 (two) questions:
Computers, Electronic Engineering and HR. 3
During a cricket match on the ground
of them are females one in each organization.
Praveen is 9 m to the south of Kumble. Kumble
The persons with same specialization don't
is 5 m to the east of Harbhajan. Harbhajan is 4
work together in any of the organizations.
m to the north of Bhuvnesh. Laxman is 3 m west
1. S works in organization Y and has of Bhuvnesh. Dinda is 7 m south of Laxman.
specialised in Computers. Ganguly is 8 m east of Dinda.
2. I works in organization X and has
specialised in Finance. 50. If Kohli is 5 m to the west of Praveen,
3. None in organization Z has specialised then what is the distance between
in Finance. Bhuvnesh and Kohli?
4. Q works in organization Z with only C. (a) 8 m (b) 9 m
5. G and A don't work together. (c) 5 m (d) 2 m
6. T works with neither I nor G.
7. T has specialised in Marketing 51. Praveen captain of team told Harbhajan
whereas her friend C has specialised to go to Jayant who is standing between
in Electronic Engineering. Laxman and Bhuvnesh and given him
8. One of the females is an HR specialist. advice then which person he will
Q is not an HR specialist. cross and what is minimum distance
9. None of the females has specialised in between Harbhajan and Laxman, if he
Electronics Engineering. follows the path as described above?
(a) Bhuvnesh, 5 m
45. Who work in organization Y? (b) Laxman, 7 m
(a) S, G (b) S, T, G (c) Laxman, 5 m
(c) T, S, I (d) None of these (d) Bhuvnesh, 7 m

43- jXch [ksyus okys iq#"k f[kykfM+;ksa dh la[;k] ykWu 46- iQkbusal esa dkSu fo'ks"kKrk çkIr gS\
Vsful [ksyus okys f[kykfM+;ksa dh dqy la[;k dk (a) I, T (b) G, I
yxHkx çfr'kr gSµ (c) A, G (d) I, A
(a) 33 (b) 39
(c) 26 (d) 21 47- ,pvkj esa dkSu fo'ks"kKrk çkIr gS\
(a) Q (b) A
44- 9 o"kZ ckn] jfo dh mez lqjs'k dh mez ls nksxquh (c) G (d) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
gks tk;sxhA rhu o"kZ igys mudh mez dk vuqikr
10 % 3 FkkA luh dh orZeku mez D;k gksxh] tks 48- nksLrksa esa 3 efgyk,a dkSu gSa\
lqjs'k ls 5 o"kZ NksVk gS\ (a) T, G, Q (b) T, C, I
(a) 7 o"kZ (b) 12 o"kZ (c) C, A, T (d) vkadM+s vi;kZIr
(c) 33 o"kZ (d) 28 o"kZ
49- Q dh D;k fo'ks"kKrk gS\
fuEufyf[kr 5 (ikap) ç'uksa ds fy, funsZ'k% (a) iQkbusal (b) ekdsZfVax
T, Q, G, A, S, I vkSj C] 3 vyx&vyx laLFkkvksa X, (c) ,pvkj (d) vkadM+s vi;kZIr
Y vkSj Z esa dke dj jgs 7 nksLr gSaA fdlh Hkh laLFkk esa 3
ls vfèkd ;k 2 ls de nksLr dk;Z ugha djrs gSaA buesa ls 2 fuEufyf[kr 2 (nks) ç'uksa ds fy, funsZ'k%
dks iQkbusal esa] 2 dks ekdsZfVax esa vkSj ,d&,d dks dEI;wVj] eSnku ij ,d fØdsV eSp ds nkSjku çoh.k] dqacys ds
bysDVªkWfud bathfu;fjax vkSj ,pvkj esa fo'ks"kKrk gkfly gSA nf{k.k ls 9 ehVj dh nwjh ij gSA dqacys gjHktu ds iwoZ esa
çR;sd laLFkk esa buesa ls 3 efgyk,a gSaA ,d gh fo'ks"kKrk 5 ehVj dh nwjh ij gSA gjHktu] Hkqous'k ds mÙkj esa 4 ehVj
okys O;fDr fdlh Hkh laLFkk esa ,dlkFk dke ugha djrs gSaA
dh nwjh ij gSA y{e.k] Hkqous'k ds 3 ehVj if'pe esa gSA
1- S laLFkk Y esa dke djrk@djrh gS vkSj dEI;wVj fMaMk] y{e.k ds nf{k.k esa 7 ehVj dh nwjh ij gSA xkaxqyh]
esa fo'ks"kKrk çkIr gSA
fMaMk ds iwoZ esa 8 ehVj dh nwjh ij gSA
2- I laLFkk X esa dke djrk@djrh gS vkSj iQkbusal
esa fo'ks"kKrk çkIr gSA
50- vxj dksgyh çoh.k ds if'pe esa 5 ehVj dh nwjh
3- Z laLFkk esa dksbZ Hkh O;fDr iQkbusal esa fo'ks"kKrk
ij gS] rks Hkqous'k vkSj dksgyh ds chp dh nwjh
çkIr ugha gSA
4- Q dsoy C ds lkFk laLFkk Z esa dke djrk@ D;k gS\
djrh gSA (a) 8 ehVj (b) 9 ehVj
5- G vkSj A ,d lkFk dke ugha djrs gSaA (c) 5 ehVj (d) 2 ehVj
6- T u rks I vkSj u gh G ds lkFk dke djrk@
djrh gSA 51- Vhe ds dIrku çoh.k us gjHktu dks lykg nh
7- T ekdsfZ Vax esa fo'ks"kKrk çkIr gS] tcfd mldk@mldh fd og y{e.k vkSj Hkqous'k ds chp [kM+s t;ar
nksLr C bysDVªkfW ud bathfu;fjax esa fo'ks"kK gSA ds ikl tkdj [kM+k gks tk;sA ,sls esa og muesa ls
8- efgykvksa esa ls ,d ,pvkj fo'ks"kK gS] Q fdls ikj djsxk vkSj ;fn og Åij crk;s x;s ekxZ
,pvkj fo'ks"kK ugha gSA dk vuqlj.k djrk gS] rks gjHktu vkSj y{e.k ds
9- dksbZ Hkh efgyk bysDVªkWfuDl bathfu;fjax esa chp U;wure nwjh D;k gS\
fo'ks"kKrk çkIr ugha gSA (a) Hkqous'k] 5 ehVj

45- laLFkk Y esa dkSu dke djrk@djrh gS\ (b) y{e.k] 7 ehVj
(a) S, G (b) S, T, G (c) y{e.k] 5 ehVj
(c) T, S, I (d) buesa ls dksbZ ugha (d) Hkqous'k] 7 ehVj

52. Find the value of '?' 53. Which of the following statements is
5 6 3 not true in the context of the passage?
(a) man worships the forces of nature
25 42 21
(b) methods of science and religion are
2 10 20 different
7 17 ? (c) regimental religion got degenerated
Codes: into orthodoxy
(d) Galileo and Bruno were disciples of
(a) 72 (b) 26 Copernicus
(c) 27 (d) 73
54. According to the passage, science and
Passage 5
religion both
Many people believe that science and
(a) rely on the spoken word of the
religion are contrary to each other. But this
notion is wrong. As a matter of fact both are,
(b) emerged out of the fear of man
complementary to each other. The aim of both
(c) emerged from the desire of man to
these institutions is to explain different aspects
of life, universe and human existence. There worship the forces of nature
is no doubt that the methods of science and (d) employ different methods of enquiry
religion are different. The method of science is
55. Why is it said in the passage that
observation, experimentation and experience.
Science takes its recourse to progressive “science emerged as a saviour of
march towards perfection. The tools of mankind”?
religion are faith, intuition and spoken word (a) many great thinkers contributed to
of the enlightened. In general, while science the progress of science
is inclined towards reason and rationality, (b) science takes recourse to progressive
spiritualism is the essence of religion. march towards perfection
(c) science is inclined towards reason
In earlier times when man appeared on
earth he was overawed at the sight of violence and rationality
of powerful aspects of nature. In certain cases, (d) man was bound in chains by religious
the usefulness of different natural objects of orthodoxy
nature overwhelmed man. Thus began the
worship of forces of nature ire, the sun, the 56. What was the object of the authors of
rivers, the rocks, the trees, the snakes, etc. the holy scriptures?
The holy scriptures were written by those who (a) to teach man the methods of
had developed harmony between external worshipping nature
nature and their inner self. Their objective (b) to advocate the progressive and
was to ennoble, elevate and liberate the liberal ideas
human spirit and mind. But the priestly class (c) to educate and raise the human spirit
took upon itself the monopoly of scriptural and mind
knowledge and interpretation to its own (d) to develop harmony between external
advantage. Thus the entire human race was nature and men’s inner self
in chains. Truth was louted and progressive,
liberal and truthful ideas, ideas expressing Passage 6
doubt and skepticism were suppressed and Emile Durkheim, the irst person to be
their holders punished. It was in these trying formally recognised as a sociologist and the
circumstances that the science emerged as most scientiic of the pioneers, conducted a
a saviour of mankind. But its path was not study that stands as a research model for
smooth and safe. The scientists and free sociologists today. His investigation of suicide
thinkers were tortured. This was the fate of was, in fact, the irst sociological study to
Copernicus, Galileo, Bruno and others. But, use statistics. In Suicide (1964, originally
by and by science gained ground. published in 1897) Durkheim documented

52- ^\* dk eku Kkr dhft,& 53- x|ka'k ds lanHkZ esa fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu&lk
dFku lR; ugha gS\
5 6 3 (a) euq"; çÑfr dh 'kfDr;ksa dh iwtk djrk gSA
25 42 21 (b) foKku vkSj èkeZ ds rjhds vyx&vyx gSaA
2 10 20 (c) jsthesaVy èkeZ] dV~VjiaFk esa ifjofrZr gks x;kA
7 17 \ (d) xSyhfy;ks vkSj czwuks] dksijfudl ds f'k"; Fks

dwV% 54- x|ka'k ds vuqlkj foKku ,oa èkeZ nksuksaµ

(a) çcq¼ O;fDr;ksa }kjk dgs x;s 'kCnksa ij fuHkZj
(a) 72 (b) 26
djrs gSa
(c) 27 (d) 73
(b) euq"; ds Mj ls fudys gq, gSa
x|ka'k 5 (c) euq"; dh çkÑfrd 'kfDr;ksa dh iwtk djus dh
cgqr ls yksxksa dk ekuuk gS fd foKku vkSj èkeZ ,d&nwljs bPNk ls mHkjs gq, gSa
ds fojksèkh gSaA ysfdu ;g èkkj.kk xyr gSA rF; dh ckr ;g (d) tkap ds fofHkUu rjhdksa dks viukrs gSa
gS fd ;s nksuksa ,d&nwljs ds iwjd gSaA bu nksuksa dk mís'; 55- x|ka'k esa ;g D;ksa dgk x;k gS fd µ ¶foKku
thou] czãkaM vkSj ekuo vfLrRo ds fofHkUu igyqvksa dks ekuotkfr ds m¼kjdrkZ ds :i esa mHkj dj
le>kuk gSA blesa dksbZ lansg ugha gS fd foKku vkSj èkeZ nksuksa lkeus vk;k gS¸\
ds rjhds vyx&vyx gSaA foKku esa voyksdu] vuqç;ksx (a) cgqr ls egku fopkjdkssa us foKku dh çxfr esa
vkSj vuqHko dk egÙo gSA foKku vius dks çxfroknh iw.kZrk ;ksxnku fn;k gS
ds ekxZ dh vksj ysdj tkrk gSA tcfd èkeZ esa fu"Bk] varKkZu (b) foKku] mRÑ"Vrk dh fn'kk esa çxfr'khy ekxZ dks
rFkk çcq¼ yksxksa ds }kjk cksys x;s 'kCnksa dk egÙo gSA lkekU; lgkjk nsrk gS
rkSj ij] tcfd foKku rdZ vkSj rdZlaxrrk dh vksj >qdk (c) foKku] rdZ vkSj rdZlaxrrk dh vksj >qdk gqvk
gS] ogha vkè;kfRedrk èkeZ dk lkj gSA gS
çkphu le; esa tc equ"; i`Foh ij çdV gqvk Fkk] rks (d) euq";] èkkfeZd dV~VjiafFk;ksa }kjk tathjksa esa caèkk
og çÑfr ds 'kfDr'kkyh igyqvksa dh fgalk ds rjhdksa ls gqvk Fkk
vkrafdr FkkA dqN ekeyksa esa çÑfr ds fofHkUu çkÑfrd
mís';ksa dh mi;ksfxrk us ekuo dks vfHkHkwr fd;k gSA bl 56- ifo=k 'kkL=kksa ds ys[kd dk D;k mís'; Fkk\
çdkj ekuo us çkÑfrd vkx] lw;Z] ufn;ksa] pV~Vkuksa] o`{kksa] (a) euq"; dks çÑfr dh iwtk djus dh fofèk fl[kkuk
lkaiksa vkfn dh 'kfDr;ksa dh iwtk djuh 'kq: dhA cká (b) çxfroknh rFkk mnkjoknh fopkjksa dh odkyr
çÑfr vkSj viuh varjkRek ds chp ln~Hkko fodflr djus djuk
(c) euq"; dh vkRek rFkk eu dks çf'kf{kr rFkk
okys yksxksa }kjk ifo=k 'kkL=k fy[ks x;sA mudk mís'; ekuo
vkRek vkSj eu dks etcwr] mUur vkSj Lokèkhu cukuk FkkA mldk ikyu iks"k.k djuk
(d) cká çÑfr rFkk euq"; dh varjkRek ds chp
ysfdu iqjksfgr oxZ us Lo;a ds LokFkZ ds fy, 'kkL=kh; Kku
ln~Hkkouk fodflr djuk
vkSj mldh O;k[;k dks [kqn dk ,dkfèkdkj cuk fn;kA bl
çdkj iwjh ekuo tkfr tathjksa esa FkhA lR; dk vuknj fd;k x|ka'k 6
x;k rFkk çxfr'khy] mnkj vkSj lPps fopkjksa rFkk lansg bekbZy nq[khZe] vkSipkfjd :i ls tkuk tkus okyk
vkSj vfo'oklokn;qDr fopkjksa dks nck;k x;k vkSj muds ,d lekt'kkL=kh vkSj oSKkfudksa ds :i esa ekU;rk
Bsdsnkjksa dks nafMr fd;k x;kA ,slh d"Vnk;h ifjfLFkfr;ksa esa çkIr gksus okyk igyk O;fDr Fkk] ftlus ,d vè;;u dk
foKku] ekuo tkfr ds m¼kjdrkZ ds :i esa mHkjdj lkeus vk;kstu fd;k Fkk] tks vkt lekt'kkfL=k;ksa ds fy, ,d
vk;kA ysfdu bldk ekxZ bruk vklku vkSj lqjf{kr ugha 'kksèk ekWMy ds :i esa miyCèk gSA okLro esa vkRegR;k
FkkA oSKkfud vkSj Lora=k fopkjdksa dks ;kruk,a nh x;haA ;g ds ckjs esa mldk vè;;u] vkadM+ksa dk ç;ksx djus okyk
dksijfudl] xSyhfy;ks] czwuks vkSj vU; yksxksa dk HkkX; FkkA igyk lkekftd vè;;u FkkA vkRegR;k (1964] ewy :i ls
ysfdu tSls&rSls foKku us viuh tehu rS;kj dhA 1897 esa çdkf'kr) esa nq[khZe us vius rdZ dks le>k;k fd

his contention that some aspects of human the following indicators to support several of
behaviour - even something as allegedly his contentions: (i) social behaviour can be
individualistic as suicide - can be explained explained by social rather than psychological
without reference to individuals. factors, (ii) suicide is affected by the degree
Like all of Durkheim’s works, Suicide must of integration and regulation within social
be viewed within the context of his concern entities, and (iii) since society can be
for social integration. Durkheim wanted to studied scientiically, sociology is worthy of
see if suicide rates within a social entity (for recognition in the academic world. Durkheim
example, a group, organization or society) are was successful on all three counts.
related to the degree to which individuals are
socially involved (integrated and regulated). 57. Higher suicide rate during rapid
Durkheim described three types of suicide- progress in a society is a manifestation
egoistic, anomie and altruistic. Egoistic of
suicide is promoted when individuals do not (a) altruistic suicide
have suficient social ties. Since single (never (b) anomie suicide
married) adults, for example, are not heavily (c) egoistic suicide
involved with family life, they are more likely (d) none of these
to commit suicide than are married adults.
Altruistic suicide, on the other hand, is more 58. Ritual suicide of Hindu widows on
likely to occur when social integration is too their husband's funeral pyres was
strong. The ritual suicide of Hindu widows on (a) a manifestation of strong social
their husbands’ funeral pyres is one example. integration
Military personnel, trained to lay down (b) an example of brutality against
their lives for their country, provide another women
illustration. (c) an example of anomie suicide
Durkheim’s third type of suicide - anomic (d) an example of egoistic suicide
suicide - increases when the social regulation of
individuals is disrupted. For example, suicide 59. According to Durkheim, altruistic
rates increase during economic depressions. suicide is more likely among
People who suddenly ind themselves without (a) military personnel than among
a job or without hope of inding one are more civilians
prone to kill themselves. Suicides may also (b) single people than among married
increase during periods of prosperity. People people
may loosen their social ties by taking new (c) divorcees than married people
jobs, moving to new communities or inding (d) people involved in nationwide
new mates. economic crisis
Using data from the government population
reports of several countries (much of it from 60. To support his contentions, Durkheim
the French government statistical ofice), relied on the following indicators:
Durkheim found strong support for his line of (a) social behaviour is explicable
reasoning. Suicide rates were higher among predominantly through social factors
single than married people and among people (b) suicide is contingent upon the degree
involved in nationwide crisis. It is important to of regulation and interaction
realise that Durkheim’s primary interest was (c) recognising sociology is to
not in the empirical indicators he used such acknowledge that society is
as suicide rates among military personnel, susceptible to scientiic investigation
married people and so forth. Durkheim used (d) all of these

ekuo O;ogkj ds dqN igyqvksa ;gka rd fd dfFkr :i ls fooknksa dk leFkZu djus ds fy, fuEufyf[kr ladsrdksa dk
O;fDrxr vkRegR;k dks Hkh O;fDr fo'ks"k ds lanHkZ ds fcuk bLrseky fd;kµ (i) lkekftd O;ogkj dks euksoSKkfud
le>k;k tk ldrk gSA dkjdksa ds ctk; lkekftd :i ls le>k;k tk ldrk gS]
nq[khZe ds lHkh vU; dk;ks± dh rjg vkRegR;k dks (ii) lkekftd laLFkkvksa ds Hkhrj ,dhdj.k vkSj fu;a=k.k ds
lkekftd ,dhdj.k ds fy, mldh fpark ds lanHkZ esa ns[kk Lrj ls vkRegR;k çHkkfor gksrh gS vkSj (iii) pwafd lekt dk
tkuk pkfg,A nq[khZe ;g ns[kuk pkgrs Fks fd D;k lkekftd oSKkfud vè;;u fd;k tk ldrk gS] blhfy, lekt'kkL=k
laLFkk (mnkgj.k ds fy,] ,d lewg] laxBu ;k lekt) esa 'kS{kf.kd {ks=k esa ekU;rk ds ;ksX; gSA nq[khZe lHkh rhu ekeyksa
vkRegR;k dh nj ml fMxzh ls lacafèkr gksrh gS] ftlesa O;fDr esa liQy jgkA
lkekftd :i ls 'kkfey (,dhÑr vkSj fu;af=kr) gksrs gSaA
nq[khZe us rhu çdkj dh vkRegR;kµ vkRefgrS"kh] vuSfrd ;k 57- rsth ls çxfr djrs gq, lekt esa mPp vkRegR;k
çfrekughurk vkSj ijkFkZoknh vkRegR;kvksa dk o.kZu fd;kA dh nj vfHkO;fDr gSµ
O;fDr;ksa esa i;kZIr lkekftd lacaèk ugha gksus ls vkRefgrS"kh (a) ijkFkZoknh vkRegR;k
vkRegR;k dks c<+kok feyrk gSA mnkgj.k ds fy,] dqaokjs (b) vuSfrd vkRegR;k
(dHkh 'kknh ugha) o;Ldksa] ftudk ikfjokfjd thou esa bruk (c) vkRefgrS"kh vkRegR;k
xgjk vuqHko ugha gksrk gS] esa fookfgr o;Ldksa dh rqyuk esa (d) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
vkRegR;k djus dh vfèkd lEHkkouk gksrh gSA nwljh vksj]
ijkFkZ vkRegR;k rc gksrh gS] tc lkekftd ,dhdj.k cgqr 58- vius ifr ds vafre laLdkj ds nkSjku fganw
etcwr gksrk gSA fganw foèkokvksa dh vius ifr ds vafre foèkokvksa dh deZdkaMh; vkRegR;k,a Fkhaµ
laLdkj ds le; fprk ij deZdkaMh; vkRegR;k bldk ,d (a) etcwr lkekftd ,dhdj.k dh vfHkO;fDr
mnkgj.k gSA vius ns'k ds fy, viuk thou O;rhr djus (b) efgykvksa ds f[kykiQ Øwjrk dk ,d mnkgj.k
okys çf'kf{kr lSU;dehZ bldk ,d vU; mnkgj.k gSA (c) vuSfrd vkRegR;k dk ,d mnkgj.k
nq[khZe dh rhljs çdkj dh vkRegR;k] çfrekughurk ;k (d) vkRefgrS"kh vkRegR;k dk ,d mnkgj.k
vuSfrd vkRegR;k O;fDr;ksa ds lkekftd fu;a=k.k ckfèkr
gksus ls c<+ tkrh gSA mnkgj.k ds fy,] vkfFkZd eanh ds nkSjku 59- nq[khZe ds vuqlkj] ijkFkZoknh vkRegR;k vfèkd
vkRegR;k dh njsa c<+ x;haA ftu yksxksa us vpkud [kqn dks gksus dh lEHkkouk gSµ
fcuk ukSdjh ds ik;k ;k Hkfo"; esa fdlh ,d ;k vfèkd (a) ukxfjdksa dh rqyuk esa lSU;dfeZ;ksa esa
ukSdjh <wa<+us dh lEHkkouk ls foghu ik;k] muesa vkRegR;k (b) fookfgr O;fDr;ksa dh rqyuk esa dqo
a kjs O;fDr;ksa esa
dh lEHkkouk,a vkSj vfèkd ik;h x;haA le`f¼ dky ds nkSjku (c) 'kknh'kqnk O;fDr;ksa dh rqyuk esa rykd'kqnk
vkRegR;k,a vkSj Hkh c<+ ldrh gSaA yksx u;h ukSdjh ikdj] O;fDr;ksa esa
u;s leqnk;ksa esa tkdj ;k u;s lkfFk;ksa dks <wa<+dj vius (d) ns'kO;kih vkfFkZd ladV esa 'kkfey yksxksa esa
lkekftd lacaèkksa dks [kks ldrs gSaA
dbZ ns'kksa dh ljdkjksa dh tula[;k fjiksVks± (vfèkdrj 60- vius rdks± dk leFkZu djus ds fy,] nq[khZe us
Úkalhlh ljdkj lkaf[;dh; dk;kZy; ls) ds MsVk dk mi;ksx fuEufyf[kr ladsrd@ladsrdksa dk bLrseky fd;kµ
djrs gq,] nq[khZe us vius rdZ ds fy, etcwr leFkZu (a) lkekftd O;ogkj eq[; :i ls lkekftd dkjdksa
ik;kA dqaokjksa dh rqyuk esa 'kknh'kqnk yksxksa vkSj jk"VªO;kih ds ekè;e ls Li"V gksrk gS
ladV esa 'kkfey yksxksa ds chp vkRegR;k dh nj vfèkd (b) vkRegR;k fu;a=k.k vkSj ckrphr ds Lrj ij
ik;h x;hA ;gka bl ckr dks le>uk egRoiw.kZ gS fd vkdfLed gksus okyh ,d ?kVuk gS
nq[khZe dh çkjfEHkd #fp bu vuqHkotU; ladsrdksa esa ugha (c) lekt'kkL=k dks tkuus dk eryc ;g gS fd lekt
Fkh] tks mUgksaus lSU;dfeZ;ksa] fookfgr yksxksa ij vkRegR;k oSKkfud foospu ds çfr vfrlaons u'khy gS
dh nj ds :i esa bLrseky fd;s FksA nq[khZe us vius dbZ (d) mi;qZDr lHkh

Passage 7 63. Which of the following, according to
Child psychology is certainly not a strong the passage, is the problem with our
point with most Indian schools; why else would school system?
they inlict a double trauma on a student (a) providing study facilities to the
faring badly in the pre-boards by banning her
from taking the board exams often with fatal
(b) linking pre-board performance of
results as evidenced by reports of student
suicides in the run-up to the boards. Now, the students to the boards
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) (c) teachers’ lack of knowledge of child
has stepped in and put the brakes on this psychology
discriminatory practice, ruling that no student (d) attracting talented students
can be barred from the boards without prior
clearance from the CBSE. This is good news 64. Choose the word which is similar in
for parents and students many of whom have meaning to the word ‘replicate’ as
had to live with the threat of performance- used in the passage.
linked debarment. While the schools’ logic (a) enhance (b) repeat
is that in order to attract talented students,
(c) perform (d) achieve
there is a need to maintain their performance
records at high levels, the assumption that a
Directions for the following 3 (three) questions:
student faring poorly at the pre-boards will
replicate this at the boards is faulty. Chances “ISRO launched 104 satellite” is coded as
are that the student will be spurred to work “Aj ki tr pa”.
doubly hard. On the other hand, the threat “PSLV is the launch vehicle” is coded as
of debarment will almost certainly impact
“Ay ku th yk vi”.
adversely on his performance. Of course,
linking pre-boards to the boards is only one of “ISRO has made PSLV” is coded as “ki Ar
the problems with our school system. su ku”.
“PSLV has launched 104 satellite” is
61. Which is the good news for parents, coded as “Aj ku su pa tr”.
according to the passage?
(a) school will take the responsibility of 65. How “104” may be coded?
preparing students for the board
(a) aj
(b) school will provide study facilities to
(b) tr
the poor students
(c) school will enforce discipline to (c) pa
ensure higher attendance of students (d) All of the above
(d) no student can be barred from the
boards without prior clearance from 66. If “NASA also launch 104 satellite” is
the CBSE written as “ga yo yk tr Aj”, then how
“ISRO launched PSLV” will be written?
62. What is the faulty assumption of (a) ki ku aj
schools, according to the passage? (b) ki ku tr
(a) students who do not do well at pre-
(c) ki ku pa
boards will be motivated to work
hard (d) Can't be determined
(b) pre-boards are generally easy and
therefore students take them lightly 67. “ki pa th” may be the code for?
(c) students who fare poorly at the pre- (a) ISRO launched satellite
board will fail at the boards (b) ISRO the vehicle
(d) learning by role is better method of (c) ISRO launched vehicle
learning (d) Can't be determined

x|ka'k 7 63- x|ka'k ds vuqlkj fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu&lh
cky euksfoKku fuf'pr :i ls vfèkdka'k Hkkjrh; Ldwyksa gekjh Ldwy ç.kkyh dh ,d leL;k gS\
esa ,d xaHkhj eqík ugha gS_ çh&cksMZ esa ?kfV;k çn'kZu djus (a) Nk=kksa dks vè;;u lqfoèkk,a çnku djuk
okys Nk=kksa dks çk;% ?kkrd ifj.kkeksa ds pyrs cksMZ ijh{kkvksa (b) Nk=kksa ds çh&cksMZ ds çn'kZu dks cksMZ ijh{kk ls
ls oafpr dj mu ij nksgjh ekj nh tk jgh gSA vc] dsUæh; tksM+uk
ekè;fed f'k{kk cksMZ (lhch,lbZ) us bl HksnHkkoiw.kZ dk;Z (c) cPps ds euksfoKku ds ckjs esa tkuus okys f'k{kdksa
ij jksd yxk nh gS vkSj ;g iQSlyk fd;k gS fd lhch,lbZ
dh deh
ls fcuk fdlh iwoZ eatwjh ds fdlh Hkh Nk=k dks cksMZ ijh{kk
(d) çfrHkk'kkyh Nk=kksa dks vkdf"kZr djuk
nsus ls ugha jksdk tk ldrk gSA ;g ,sls ekrk&firk vkSj Nk=kksa
ds fy, vPNh [kcj gS] tks çn'kZu ds vkèkkj ij Ldwy 64- x|ka'k esa ç;qDr 'kCn ^nksgjkuk* ds leku vFkZ
ls fudkys tkus ls Mjs jgrs FksA Ldwyksa dk rdZ ;g gS fd okys 'kCn dk p;u dhft,µ
çfrHkkoku Nk=kksa dks vkdf"kZr djus ds fy, mPp Lrj ij
(a) o`f¼ djuk (b) iqujko`fÙk
muds çn'kZu ds fjdkWMZ dks cuk;s j[kus dh vko';drk
(c) çn'kZu (d) gkfly djuk
gksrh gSA ;g èkkj.kk gS fd çh&cksMZ ijh{kkvksa esa [kjkc
çn'kZu djus okys Nk=k cksMZ ijh{kk esa bls nksgjk ldrs fuEufyf[kr 3 (rhu) ç'uksa ds fy, funsZ'k%
gSa] blhfy, ;g nks"kiw.kZ gSA lEHkkouk gS fd Nk=k vkSj dM+h
“ISRO launched 104 satellite” dks “Aj ki tr
esgur djus ds fy, çsfjr gks tk;sxkA nwljh vksj] Ldwy ls
pa” ds :i esa dksfMr fd;k x;k gSA
fu"dkflr fd;s tkus ds Mj ls muds çn'kZu ij fuf'pr :i
“PSLV is the launch vehicle” dks “Ay ku th
ls çfrdwy çHkko iM+sxkA cs'kd] cksMZ ijh{kk dks çh&cksMZ
ijh{kk ls tksM+uk gekjh Ldwy ç.kkyh dh leL;kvksa esa ls yk vi” ds :i esa dksfMr fd;k x;k gSA
gh ,d leL;k gSA “ISRO has made PSLV” dks “ki Ar su ku”
ds :i esa dksfMr fd;k x;k gSA
61- x|ka'k ds vuqlkj ekrk&firk ds fy, dkSu&lh “PSLV has launched 104 satellite” dks “Aj
vPNh [kcj gS\ ku su pa tr” ds :i esa dksfMr fd;k x;k gSA
(a) Ldwy] cksMZ ijh{kk ds fy, Nk=kksa dh rS;kjh djkus
dh ftEesnkjh ysxk 65- “104” dks dSls dksfMr fd;k tk ldrk gS\
(b) Ldwy] xjhc Nk=kksa dks vè;;u lqfoèkk,a çnku (a) aj
djsxk (b) tr
(c) pa
(c) Nk=kksa dh vfèkdre mifLFkfr lqfuf'pr djus ds
fy, Ldwy vuq'kklu ykxw djsxk (d) mi;qZDr lHkh
(d) lhch,lbZ ls fcuk fdlh iwoZ eatjw h ds fdlh Hkh
66- vxj “NASA also launch 104 satellite”
Nk=k dks cksMZ ijh{kk nsus ls ugha jksdk tk ldrk gS
dks “ga yo yk tr Aj” fy[kk tkrk gS] rks
62- x|ka'k ds vuqlkj] Ldwyksa dh xyr èkkj.kk D;k gS\ “ISRO launched PSLV” dSls fy[kk tk;sxk\
(a) çh&cksMZ ijh{kkvksa esa vPNk çn'kZu u djus okys (a) ki ku aj
(b) ki ku tr
Nk=kksa dks dM+h esgur djus ds fy, çsfjr fd;k
(c) ki ku pa
(d) fuèkkZfjr ugha fd;k tk ldrk
(b) çh&cksMZ ijh{kk vkerkSj ij vklku gksrh gS vkSj
blhfy, Nk=k bl ijh{kk dks gYds <ax ls ysrs gSa 67- “ki pa th” ds fy, dksM gks ldrk gSµ
(c) çh&cksMZ esa [kjkc çn'kZu djus okys Nk=k cksMZ (a) ISRO launched satellite
ijh{kk esa vliQy gks tk;saxs (b) ISRO the vehicle
(d) viuh Hkwfedk dks è;ku esa j[kdj mlls lh[kuk] (c) ISRO launched vehicle
lh[kus dk csgrj rjhdk gS (d) fuèkkZfjr ugha fd;k tk ldrk

Directions for the following 3 (three) questions: 72. Statement:
T is the sister of D. D is married to P. P is Due to recession, company A has decided
the child of M. T is the mother of J. Y is the to lay off 3000 people this month.
father of U.
Y has only one son and only one daughter. 1. Recession results in iring of people
U is the daughter of T. Q is the son of D.
in a company.
68. How is P related to T? 2. Company A might lay off more than
(a) Brother 3000 people.
(b) Can't be determined Codes:
(c) Brother in law (a) Only assumption 1 is implicit
(d) Cousin brother (b) Only assumption 2 is implicit
(c) Neither assumption 1 nor 2 is implicit
69. How is J related to D?
(d) Both the assumption 1 and 2 are implicit
(a) Son
(b) Niece
(c) Son in law Directions for the following 5 (Five) questions:
(d) Nephew Percentage wise distribution of the number
of mobile phones sold by a shopkeeper during
70. If M is wife of W and X is daughter of W 6 months.
then how is Q related to X?
(b) Grandson PHONES SOLD = 45,000
(c) Nephew
December July
(d) Son 16% 17%

Directions for the following 2 (two) questions: November

In each question below the given statement 12%
followed by 2 assumptions numbered 1 and 22%
2. You have to take the given statements to 8%
be true even if they seem to be at variance
with commonly known facts. Read all the September
assumptions and then decide which of the 25%
given assumption logically follows from the
given statements, disregarding commonly Month Ratio
known facts. July 8:7
August 4:5
71. Statement: September 3:2
"Sleep well with X mosquito coils", an
October 7:5
Assumptions: November 7:8
1. In comparison to other brands of December 7:9
mosquito coils, X brand mosquito
coils are the best. 73. What is the respective ratio between
2. It is essential to have a sound sleep the number of mobile phones sold
during nights. of company B during July and those
sold during December of the same
(a) Only assumption 1 is implicit
(b) Only assumption 2 is implicit company?
(c) Both assumption 1 and 2 are implicit (a) 119 : 145 (b) 116 : 135
(d) Either assumption 1 or 2 is implicit (c) 119 : 135 (d) 119 : 130

fuEufyf[kr 3 (rhu) ç'uksa ds fy, funsZ'k% 72- dFku%
T, D dh cgu gSA D, P ls fookfgr gSA P, M dk cPpk eanh ds dkj.k] daiuh A us bl eghus 3000 yksxksa dks
gSA T] J dh ekrk gSA Y, U dk firk gSA fudkyus dk fu.kZ; fy;kA
Y dk dsoy ,d iq=k vkSj ,d iq=kh gSA U, T dh iq=kh voèkkj.kk,a%
gSA Q, D dk iq=k gSA 1- eanh ds ifj.kkeLo:i daiuh us yksxksa dks fudky
68- P dk T ls D;k fj'rk gS\ 2- gks ldrk gS fd daiuh A us 3000 ls T;knk yksxksa
(a) HkkbZ
dks fudkyk gksA
(b) fuèkkZfjr ugha fd;k tk ldrk gS
(c) thtk
(a) dsoy voèkkj.kk 1 varfuZfgr gS
(d) ppsjk@eesjk HkkbZ
(b) dsoy voèkkj.kk 2 varfuZfgr gS
69- J dk D ls D;k fj'rk gS\ (c) u rks voèkkj.kk 1 vkSj u gh 2 varfuZfgr gS
(a) iq=k (b) Hkrhth@Hkkath (d) nksuksa voèkkj.kk,a 1 vkSj 2 varfuZfgr gSa
(c) nkekn (d) Hkrhtk@Hkkatk
fuEufyf[kr 5 (ikap) ç'uksa ds fy, funsZ'k%
70- ;fn M, W dh iRuh gS vkSj X, W dh iq=kh gS] 6 eghuksa dh le;kofèk ds nkSjku nqdkunkj }kjk csps x;s
rks Q, X ls dSls lacafèkr gS\ eksckbyksa dk çfr'krokj forj.k%
(a) nkekn (b) ikS=k eksckby iQksu dh dqy
(c) Hkrhtk@Hkkatk (d) iq=k la[;k = 45]000
fnlEcj tqykbZ
fuEufyf[kr 2 (nks) ç'uksa ds fy, funsZ'k%
16% 17%
uhps fn;s x;s çR;sd ç'u esa dFku ds lkFk 2 voèkkj.kk 1 vkSj
2 fn;s x;s gSAa vkidks çR;sd dFku dks lp ekuuk gS] pkgs og uoEcj
lkekU; Kkr rF;ksa ls fHkUu Hkh gksA lHkh dFkuksa dks è;kuiwod
Z vxLr
vDVwcj 22%
if<+, vkSj ;g fu.kZ; dhft, fd nh x;h dkSu&lh voèkkj.kk
lkekU; :i ls Kkr rF;ksa dh vogsyuk dj fn;s x;s dFku dk
rkfdZd :i ls vuqikyu djrh gSA

71- dFku% eghuk vuqikr

¶X ekslfDoVks dkWbYl ds lkFk vPNh rjg uhan tqykbZ 8%7
yhft,¸] ,d foKkiuA vxLr 4%5
voèkkj.kk,a% flrEcj 3%2
1- ekslfDoVks dkWbYl ds vU; czkaMksa dh rqyuk esa] vDVwcj 7%5
X czkaM ds ekslfDoVks dkWbYl lcls vPNs gSaA uoEcj 7%8
2- jkr dks vkjkenk;d uhan ysuk vko';d gksrk gSA fnlEcj 7%9
(a) dsoy voèkkj.kk 1 varfuZfgr gS 73- daiuh B }kjk Øe'k% tqykbZ vkSj fnlEcj esa csps
(b) dsoy voèkkj.kk 2 varfuZfgr gS x;s eksckby iQksuksa dk vuqikr fdruk gksxk\
(c) nksuksa voèkkj.kk,a 1 vkSj 2 varfuZfgr gSa (a) 119 % 145 (b) 116 % 135
(d) 1 ;k 2 esa ls dksbZ Hkh ,d voèkkj.kk varfuZfgr gS (c) 119 % 135 (d) 119 % 130

74. If 35% of the mobile phones sold by 78. John bought a bag and sold it to Brett
company A during November were sold to gain a proit of 40. Brett sold it to
at a discount, how many mobile phones Matt and made a proit of 40. If Brett
of company A during that month were made a proit of 8% at what price did
sold without a discount? John bought the bag?
(a) 882 (b) 1635 (a) 400
(c) 1638 (d) 885 (b) 450
(c) 460
75. If the shopkeeper earned a profit (d) 500
of 433 on each mobile phone sold
of company B during October, what 79. To form a mixture, 20 litres of milk and
was his total profit earned on the 7 litres of water are mixed together.
mobile phones of that company Milk has a price of 54 per litre while
during the same month? water is available for free. What will
(a) 6,49,900 (b) 6,45,900 be the price of 4 litres of resultant
(c) 6,49,400 (d) 6,49,500 mixture?
(a) 120
76. The number of mobile phones (b) 144
sold of company A during July is (c) 160
approximately what percent of the (d) 180
number of mobile phones sold of
company A during December? 80. The average visitors to a temple town
(a) 110 (b) 140 in the irst 4 hours of a day was 45. The
(c) 150 (d) 130 average for the second, third, Fourth
and ifth hours was 50. If the number
77. What is the total number of mobile of visitors of the irst and ifth hours
phones sold of company B during were in the ratio 2 : 6, then what is the
August and September together? number of visitors in the ifth hour?
(a) 10,000 (b) 15,000 (a) 30 (b) 62
(c) 10,500 (d) None of these (c) 56 (d) 46

74- ;fn daiuh A }kjk uoEcj esa 35% eksckby iQksu 78- tkWu us ,d cSx [kjhnk vkSj 40 dk ykHk gkfly
fdlh NwV ij csps x;s gSa] rks mlh eghus daiuh A djus ds fy, bls czsV dks csp fn;kA czsV us bls
}kjk fcuk fdlh NwV ij csps x;s eksckby iQksuksa eSV dks csp fn;k vkSj 40 dk ykHk dek;kA
dh la[;k fdruh gksxh\ vxj czsV us 8% dk ykHk dek;k] rks mlus cSx
(a) 882 (b) 1635 fdrus esa [kjhnk Fkk\
(c) 1638 (d) 885 (a) 400 (b) 450
(c) 460 (d) 500
75- ;fn nqdkunkj dks daiuh B ds vDVwcj esa csps x;s
çR;sd eksckby ij 433 dk ykHk vftZr gksrk gS] 79- ,d feJ.k cukus ds fy,] 20 yhVj nwèk vkSj
rks ml eghus esa mlh daiuh }kjk eksckby iQksuksa ij 7 yhVj ty ,d lkFk feyk;k tkrk gSA nwèk
vftZr fd;k x;k dqy ykHk fdruk gksxkµ dh dher 54 çfr yhVj gS] tcfd ty eqÝr
(a) 6]49]900 (b) 6]45]900 esa miyCèk gSA bl çdkj ds 4 yhVj feJ.k dh
(c) 6]49]400 (d) 6]49]500 dher D;k gksxh\
(a) 120 (b) 144
76- tqykbZ esa daiuh A }kjk csps x;s dqy eksckby (c) 160 (d) 180
iQksuksa dh la[;k] daiuh A ds fnlEcj esa csps x;s
eksckby iQksuksa dh yxHkx fdruh çfr'kr gS\ 80- ,d dLcs ds ,d eafnj esa ,d fnu ds igys 4
(a) 110 (b) 140 ?kaVksa esa vkxarqdksa dh vkSlr la[;k 45 FkhA nwljs]
(c) 150 (d) 130 rhljs] pkSFks vkSj ikaposa ?kaVs ds fy, vkSlr la[;k
50 FkhA ;fn igys vkSj ikaposa ?kaVksa ds vkxarqdksa
77- daiuh B }kjk vxLr vkSj flrEcj esa csps x;s dh la[;k dk vuqikr 2 % 6 Fkk] rks ikaposa ?kaVs
dqy eksckby iQksuksa dh la[;k fdruh gS\ esa vkxarqdksa dh la[;k fdruh gS\
(a) 10]000 (b) 15]000 (a) 30 (b) 62
(c) 10]500 (d) buesa ls dksbZ ugha (c) 56 (d) 46

tc rd vkidks ;g ijh{k.k iqfLrdk [kksyus dks u dgk tk;s rc rd u [kksysa

lhlSV (P-8)
le;% nks ?k.Vs iw.kk±d% 200

1- ijh{kk izkjEHk gksus ds rqjUr ckn] vki bl ijh{k.k iqfLrdk dh iM+rky vo'; dj ysa fd blesa dksbZ fcuk Nik] QVk ;k NwVk
gqvk i`"B vFkok iz'uka'k vkfn u gksA ;fn ,slk gS] rks bls lgh ijh{k.k iqfLrdk ls cny yhft,A
2- œi;k Ë;ku j[ksa fd OMR mŸkj&i=d esa] mfpr LFkku ij] jksy uEcj dks Ë;ku ls ,oa fcuk fdlh pwd ;k folaxfr ds Hkjus
vkSj dwVcº djus dh ftEesnkjh mEehnokj dh gSA fdlh Hkh Ádkj dh pwd@folaxfr dh fLFkfr esa mŸkj&i=d fujLr dj fn;k
3- bl ijh{k.k iqfLrdk ij lkFk esa fn, x, dks"Bd esa vkidks viuk
vuqÿekad fy[kuk gSA ijh{k.k iqfLrdk ij vkSj dqN u fy[ksaA
4- bl ijh{k.k iqfLrdk esa 80 iz'uka'k (iz'u) fn;s x;s gSaA izR;sd iz'uka'k fgUnh vkSj vaxzst+h nksuksa esa Nik gSA ÁR;sd Á'uka'k esa pkj
ÁR;qŸkj (mŸkj) fn;s x, gaSA buesa ls ,d izR;qŸkj dks pqu ysa] ftls vki mŸkj&i=d ij vafdr djuk pkgrs gaSA ;fn vkidks
,slk yxs fd ,d ls vf/kd izR;qŸkj lgh gaS] rks ml izR;qŸkj dks vafdr djsa tks vkidks loksZŸke yxsA izR;sd iz'uka'k ds fy,
dsoy ,d gh izR;qŸkj pquuk gSA
5- vkidks vius lHkh izR;qŸkj vyx ls fn, x, mŸkj&i=d ij gh vafdr djus gSaA mŸkj&i=d esa fn, x, funsZ'k nsf[k,A
6- lHkh iz'uka'kksa ds vad leku gSaA
7- blls igys fd vki ijh{k.k iqfLrdk ds fofHkUu iz'uka'kksa ds izR;qŸkj mŸkj&i=d ij vafdr djuk 'kq: djsa] vkidks izos'k
izek.k&i= ds lkFk izsf"kr vuqns'kksa ds vuqlkj dqN fooj.k mŸkj&i=d esa nsus gaSA
8- vki vius lHkh izR;qŸkjksa dks mŸkj&i=d esa Hkjus ds ckn rFkk ijh{kk ds lekiu ij dsoy mŸkj&i=d v/kh{kd dks lkSai nsaA
vkidks vius lkFk ijh{k.k iqfLrdk ys tkus dh vuqefr gSA
9- xyr mŸkjksa ds fy, naM%
mEehnokj }kjk fn, x, xyr mŸkjksa ds fy, naM fn;k tk,xkA
(i) izR;sd iz'u ds fy, pkj oSdfYid mŸkj gSaA mEehnokj }kjk izR;sd ml mŸkj ds fy,] ftlds fy, naM gS] fn, x, ,d
xyr mŸkj ds fy, Á'u gsrq fu;r fd, x, vadksa dk ,d&frgkbZ naM ds :i esa dkVk tk,xkA
(ii) ;fn dksbZ mEehnokj ,d ls vf/kd mŸkj nsrk gS] rks bls xyr mŸkj ekuk tk,xk] ;|fIk fn, x, mŸkjksa esa ls ,d mŸkj lgh
gksrk gS] fQj Hkh ml iz'u ds fy, mi;qZrGkuqlkj gh mlh rjg dk n.M fn;k tk,xk] ;fn mlds fy, naM gSA
(iii) ;fn mEehnokj }kjk dksbZ iz'u gy ugha fd;k tkrk gS] vFkkZr~ mEehnokj }kjk mŸkj ugha fn;k tkrk gS] rks ml Á'u ds fy,
dksbZ n.M ugha fn;k tk,xkA

tc rd vkidks ;g ijh{k.k iqfLrdk [kksyus dks u dgk tk;s rc rd u [kksysa

Note: English version of the instructions is printed on the font cover of this booklet.
Answer with Explanation
CSAT (P-8)

Test 27
Answer key for CSAT
Ans 1. (c) Ans 21. (b) Ans 41. (c) Ans 61. (d)
Ans 2. (a) Ans 22. (c) Ans 42. (b) Ans 62. (c)
Ans 3. (b) Ans 23. (d) Ans 43. (a) Ans 63. (b)
Ans 4. (a) Ans 24. (c) Ans 44. (a) Ans 64. (b)
Ans 5. (c) Ans 25. (a) Ans 45. (d) Ans 65. (d)
Ans 6. (d) Ans 26. (b) Ans 46. (d) Ans 66. (c)
Ans 7. (a) Ans 27. (d) Ans 47. (c) Ans 67. (c)
Ans 8. (d) Ans 28. (b) Ans 48. (a) Ans 68. (b)
Ans 9. (a) Ans 29. (c) Ans 49. (b) Ans 69. (d)
Ans 10. (a) Ans 30. (d) Ans 50. (c) Ans 70. (c)
Ans 11. (b) Ans 31. (b) Ans 51. (a) Ans 71. (c)
Ans 12. (d) Ans 32. (c) Ans 52. (c) Ans 72. (d)
Ans 13. (b) Ans 33. (b) Ans 53. (d) Ans 73. (c)
Ans 14. (c) Ans 34. (d) Ans 54. (d) Ans 74. (c)
Ans 15. (c) Ans 35. (d) Ans 55. (d) Ans 75. (d)
Ans 16. (a) Ans 36. (b) Ans 56. (c) Ans 76. (d)
Ans 17. (b) Ans 37. (a) Ans 57. (b) Ans 77. (a)
Ans 18. (b) Ans 38. (d) Ans 58. (a) Ans 78. (c)
Ans 19. (a) Ans 39. (d) Ans 59. (a) Ans 79. (c)
Ans 20. (c) Ans 40. (a) Ans 60. (d) Ans 80. (a)
1. (c) A + B = 6D × 5 = 30
B + C = 6D × 4 = 24
2. (a)
C 12D — 6
3. (b) 1D — 6 = 1 = 0.5
12 2
4. (a) B + 0.5 = 4
B = 3.5
5. (c)
A + 3.5 = 5
6. (d) A = 1.5
A →lone c→n do th→t work in 60 = 60 × 10
7. (a) 1.5 15
= 40 days
8. (d)
13. (b) Exp.: P × 13 × 3 = Q × 15 × 2 × 120
9. (a) 100 100 100
P = 12
10. (a) Q 13
10 × 10
11. (b) Exp.: 14. (c) Exp.: – 10 + 10 – = 1%
5 —— 1
3 —— 1 (mn formula)
15 —— 3
15. (c) Exp.:
15 —— 5
ODW → One day work
30 —— 8
Gopal —— 20 3 ODW
12 —— 8 × 12 60 (Tot→l Work)
30 Sw→mi —— 30 2 ODW
1 doz —— 8 × 12
30 60
25 doz —— × 12 × 25
8 Gopal Sw→mi
2 days 1 day 3 d→ys – 8 unit
To g→in 30% proit ⇒ 8 × 12 × 25 × 130 6 unit 2 unit ×7 ×7
30 100
21 d→ys – 56 unit
= 104
22nd d→y Gop→l will come →nd will do 3
12. (d) Exp.:
A + B —— 12 5 Now rem→ining work will ↓e completed on
B + C —— 15 4 the 23rd day.

60 16. (a) Exp.: 4 girs can be arranged in 31

w→ys then 3 ↓oys c→n ↓e se→ted in 4
6D 12D 18D places in 4P3 w→ys.
∴ Required num↓er of →rr→ngements
6D 6D 6D 6D 12D
= 3! × 4P3 = 6 × 24
30 24 = 144

17. (b) Exp.: 24. (c) Exp.:

C 1,25,000 85,000 Animal
25 : 17
60% of the proit is divided equ→lly →nd
the rem→ining 40% is divided in the r→tio
25 : 17. 25. (a) Exp.:


25 : 17 Br→ves

40 × 25 40 × 17 Princes
42 42
40 (25 – 17) ≡ 300
26. (b) Exp.: CAT C N A N T
40 ≡ 300 × 42
100 ≡ 300 × 42 × 100 = 3937.50
8 40 27. (d) Exp.: 232 = 529 322 = 1024
212 = 441 122 = 144
18. (b) Exp.: Required num↓er of w→ys
192 = 361 912 = 8281

= 6C4 × 8C3 = 15 × 56 = 840 28. (b)

Explanation for Question 19 to 23 29. (c)

Tuesday F Oncologist 30. (d)

Wednesd→y M ENT Speci→list
K P→edi→trici→n 31. (b)
Friday P Neurologist
D R→diologist 32. (c)
S→turd→y H Orthopedici→n
33. (b)
B Ophth→lmologist
34. (d)
19. (a)
35. (d)
20. (c)
36. (b) Exp.:
21. (b) R
N ÷ 893 193
22. (c) Since 47 is the f→ctor of 893 hence
Remainder = 193 ⇒ Remainder = 5
23. (d) 47

37. (a) Exp.: 39. (d)
SB = 80 km/hr LB = 600 m
40. (a)
To cross → pole me→ns to cross its own
length. 41. (c)
Time t→ken to cross → pole ↓y B
42. (b)
120 9 43. (a)
600 600 × 18
= =
5 80 × 5 44. (a) Exp.:
80 ×
SA = ? R→vi Suresh
LB = 1200 Percent→ge x y
Time t→ken to cross → pole ↓y A = After 9 x+9 y+9

SA = 1200 × 18 = 160 km/hr x + 9 = 2 (y + 9)

27 5 x + 9 = 2y + 18
x = 2y + 9
600 m x – 3 = 10
80 km/hr y–3 3
1200 m
A 3x – 9 = 10y – 30
160 km/hr 6y + 27 – 9 = 10y – 30
9 6y + 18 = 10y – 30
36 9 4y = 48 ⇒ y = 12
1200 + 600 1800 × 18 ⇒ Sunny = 12 – 5 = 7 years.
T= = = 81 sec
5 80 × 5
(160 ∼ 80) ×
18 2 45. (d)
38. (d) Exp.: 200 kg 46. (d)

47. (c)
Good Low
Qu→lity Qu→lity 48. (a)
180 kg 200 × = 20 kg 49. (b)
4% ≡ 20 Explanation for Questions 50 and 51
20 × 100
100% ≡ = 500 kg H→r↓h→j→n Kumble N
Amount of good qu→lity whe→t →dded 4m W E
= 500 – 200 = 300 kg L→xm→n
3m Bhuvnesh 9m
Explanation for Questions 39 to 43
Total 7m
Sports Male Female Pr→veen
L→wn Tennis 42 × 25 610 440
Hockey 420 120 300 Dinda Ganguly

Cricket 42 × 35 670 800

50. (c)
Foot↓→ll 42 × 17 454 260
Rugby 42 × 13 346 200 51. (a)

52. (c) Exp.: 25 ÷ 5 = 5 + 2 = 7 69. (d)

42 ÷ 6 = 7 + 10 = 17 70. (c)

21 ÷ 3 = 7 + 20 = 27
71. (c)
53. (d)
72. (d)
54. (d)
450 × 17
55. (d) 73. (c) Exp.: 15 = 119
450 × 16 135
56. (c) 16

57. (b) 74. (c) Exp.: 450 × 12 × 7 = 2520


58. (a) 2520 × 35 = 882

59. (a)
2520 – 882 = 1638
60. (d)
75. (d) Exp.: 450 × 8 × 5 × 433 = 6,49,500
61. (d) 12

450 × 17
62. (c) ×8
76. (d) Exp.: 15 × 100
450 × 16
63. (b) 16
= 129.52 ∼ 130
64. (b)

65. (d) 77. (a) Exp.: 450 × 22 × 5 + 450 × 25 × 2

9 5

66. (c) 5,500 + 4,500 = 10,000

67. (c)
78. (c) Exp.:
Explanation for Question 68 to 70
John Brett M→tt
FAMILY TREE Price →t which Cost Price Cost Price
M John ↓ought a = a + 40 = a + 80

Y+ T– D P 8% ≡ 40
(Cost Price of Brett)
100% ≡ 40 × 100 = 500
U– J+ Q+ 8

68. (b) Exp.: Gender of P c→nnot ↓e a + 40 = 500

determined. a = 460

79. (c) Exp.: 80. (a) Exp.:
Mixture 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 = 45 ⇒ 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 = 180
Milk W→ter 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 = 50 ⇒ 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 = 200
20 7 4
20 : 7 2 + 3 + 4 = 200 – 5
Mixture 4l 1 5
2 : 6

Milk W→ter 2a 6a
20 : 7
1 + 200 – 5 = 180
4 × 20 4 ×7 2a + 200 – 6a = 180
27 27
4a = 20
Price of Result→nt Mixture = 4 × 20 × 54
27 a=5
= 160 6a = 6 × 5 = 30