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Part - I (General Intelligence & Reasoning)


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

7.

(1 8)
8.
1.

2.

3.

BMCX : CNDY : : ? : EXFW


(A) DUGT

(B) FGUT

(C) DTGU

(D) DWEV

Language : Communication : : Wire : ?

24 : 288 : : 22 : ?
(A) 238

(B) 240

(A) Tie /

(B) Electricity /

(C) 242

(D) 248

(C) Light /

(D) Fuse /

25 : 168 : : 32 : ?
(A) 150

(B) 155

(C) 160

(D) 165

Directions (9-15) : Find the odd number/letter/


number pair from the given responses.
(9-15)

Genuine : Authentic : : Mirage : ?


9.

(A) Mint /
(B) Peepal /

(A) Image /

(C) Coriander /

(B) Transpiration /

(D) Rosemary /

(C) Reflection /

4.

5.

10.

(D) Illusion /

(B) Watt Power /

APPLE : 45 : : ORANGE : ?

(C) Ampere Current /

(A) 54

(B) 60

(D) Radian Degree /

(C) 66

(D) 56

11.

Clock : Time : : Barometer : ?


12.

(A) BFE

(B) HLK

(C) DHG

(D) JNS

(A) Dog House /

(A) Hour /

(B) Stable /

(B) Airpressure /

(C) Lock /

(C) Atmosphere /

(D) Burrow /

(D) Temperature /
6.

(A) Pascal Pressure /

13.

(A) Sociologist /
(B) Economist /

Writer : Book : : ?

(C) Neurologist /
(D) Educationalist /

(A) Building : Architect /


14.

(A) Tyre /

(B) Speed /

(C) Clutch /

(D) Brake /

(A) 66 56

(B) 101 90

(C) 41 30

(D) 33 22

(B) Poem : Poet /


(C) Chair : Carpenter /
(D) Composer : Song /

15.

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16.

If Shiva is taller than Meena, but shorter


t h a n De v a a nd M e en a is t h e sa me
height as Mani, but taller than Sudha,
then Mani

24.

(A) is taller than Deva

A, B, C, D, E, F and G are sitting around a


circle facing the centre, not necessarily in
this order. D is not second to the left of F but
D is second to the right of A. C is third to
the right of A and C is second to the left of
G. B is not the immediate neighbour of G.
Then, who is sitting to the immediate right
of C ?
A, B, C, D, E, F

(B) Shorter than Shiva


D, F

D, A

(C) is of same height as Shiva

C, G

C,
B, G

C
(D) is shorter than Meena
17.

In the below given series, how many '$' are


there which are preceded by an even
number and followed by '?' ?

$
'?'
52 $ ? 2 6 7 4 $ ? @ 2 $ 5 + 2 4 7 ?
$4$?
(A) 1
(B) 2
(C) 3
(D) 4
Directions : In questions no. 18 to 23, a series
is given, with one term missing. Choose the
correct alternative from the given ones that
will complete the series.
18

25.

(A) D

(B) G

(C) E

(D) B

If two days before yesterday was Saturday,


then what day will be two days after
tomorrow ?

(A) Tuesday /
(B) Saturday /
(C) Wednesday /
(D) Friday /
26.

Unscramble these letters to make a ______.

23
EYDSNY

18.

19.

20.

21.

22.

23.

Z3A, W9D, ?, Q81J, N243M


(A) V21H
(B) T27G
(C) S29F
(D) R31E
EG, ?, KM, NP
(A) CE
(B) GI
(C) HJ
(D) LN
9, 14, 21, 30, 41, ?
(A) 50
(B) 57
(C) 53
(D) 54
CD, GHI, LMNO, ?, YZABCD
(A) RSTUV
(B) PQRST
(C) QRST
(D) QRSTU
DMP, FLN, HKL, JJJ, ?
(A) MII
(B) LIH
(C) MIF
(D) MIH
3, 15, ?, 63, 99, 143
(A) 27
(B) 45
(C) 35
(D) 56

27.

(A) city /

(B) animal /

(C) river /

(D) mountain /

Four forms of a dice are shown below on the


surface of which numbers from 1 to 6 are
inscribed. Which digit will on the surface
opposite to the digit '2' ?

'2'

(A) 3

(B) 4

(C) 5

(D) 6

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28.

Study the following picture carefully and


identify the area which depicts such
intelligent people who are not patient but
are literate ?

32.

(A) 23

(B) 26

(C) 28

(D) 30

(A) 21

(B) 22

33.

34.

29.

(A) 1, 2, 4

(B) 2

(C) 1, 2

(D) 2, 3, 6

If '' means '', '' means '', '+' means '',


'' means '+' then,

(C) 25
(D) 27
Krishna said pointing towards a picture,
"That picture is of sister of grandson of father
of my maternal uncle". How is the lady in
the picture related to Krishna ?

(A) Father's sister

(15 10) (130 + 10) 50 = ?


''

'', ''

''

'+',

'', '+'

(B) Mother's sister

'',

(C) Cousin (maternal brother)

(15 10) (130 + 10) 50 = ?


(A) 1800
30.

(B) 113

(C) 2000
(D) 123
If in a specific code language, NATION is
written as ANITNO, then, for which word the
code language would be EROFMR ?
NATION

ANITNO
EROFMR

(D) Cousin (maternal sister)


35.

The Venn diagram shows the number of


people who can speak Punjabi, Sanskrit and
French. Find out the total number of people
who can speak all the three languages ?

(A) REFORM
(B) FROMRE
(C) FORMER
(D) ROMFER
Directions (31-33) : Find the missing number/
letters from the given responses.
(31-33) :

31.

(A) 139
(C) 121

(B) 81
(D) 93

(A) 13

(B) 12

(C) 29

(D) 19

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36.

How many pairs of letters are there in the


word CAMBRIDGE which have as many
letters between them as they have in
alphabetical series ?
CAMBRIDGE
(A) One /

Directions (40 41) : One or two statements


are given followed by some conclusions. You
have to consider the two statements to be true
even if they seem to be at variance from
commonly known facts. You have to decide
which of the given conclusions, if any, follow
from the given statements.
(40 41) :

(B) Two /
(C) Three /
(D) More than three /
37.

40.

How many triangles and squares are there


in the figure ?

Statements: /
Please put more people on the job but make
up for the delay.

Conclusions: /
I. Delay is inevitable in most jobs.

38.

(A) 28 , 5

(B) 20 , 3

(C) 24 , 5

(D) 16 , 4

II. The output will increase with more


number of people on the job.

Peter goes 5 metres towards west. He turns


right and goes 5 metres and again turns
right and goes 2 metres and finally turns
right and goes 5 metres before stopping. How
far is the from his starting point ?

(A) Only conclusion II


II
(B) Only conlusion I and III
I
II
(C) Neither I nor II
I
II
(D) Only conclusion I
I

5
5

2
5
41.

(A) 2 metres / 2
(B) 3 metres / 3

Statements: /
I. All tubes are handles.
II. All handles are cups.

(C) 5 metres / 5
Conclusions: /
I. All cups are tubes.

(D) 1 metre / 1
39.

Which figure represents the relation among


Females, Mothers and Nurses ?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

II. some handles are not tubes.


(A) Conclusion I follows.
I
(B) Conlusion II follows.
II
(C) Both the conclusion I and II follow.
I
II
(D) None of the conclusions I and II follow.
I II

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42.

Identify the answer figure that completes


the pattern in the question figure.

44.

If a mirror is placed on the line MN, then


which of the following answer figures will be
the correct reflection of the question figure?
MN

Question Figure :
:

Question figure :
:

Answer Figures :
Answer figures :

43.

In each of the questions given below, a


figure is given whose some part is missing.
From the given answer figures, which
option will complete the pattern.

45.

Question figure :
:

Arrange the following number a according


to accending order ?

1.

DEVASTATION

2.

DISSEMINATION

3.

DESTRUCTION

4.

DISTRIBUTION

(A) 3, 1, 4, 2

(B) 3, 2, 4, 1

(C) 3, 2, 1, 4

(D) 3, 1, 2, 4

Directions : In questions no. 46 to 47, which


one set of letters when sequentially placed at
the gaps in the given letter series shall
complete it ?
46

47

Answer figures :
:

46.

47.

d _ _ td _ s _ d _ st
(A) u s t u u

(B) u t s u t

(C) u s u t u

(D) u s u s t

a _ x _ am _ namxn _ mx _
(A) nmxan

(B) mnxan

(C) nnmxa

(D) mmnxn

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48. Find the worng number from the given 50. A word is represented by only one set of
numbers as g ive n in any one o f the
series.
alternatives. The sets of numbers given in
the alternatives are represented by two
classes of alphabets as in two matrices
0, 4, 18, 45, 100 , 181
given below. The columns and rows of
Matrix-I are numbered from 0 to 4 and that
(A) 181
(B) 0
of Matrix-II are numbered from 5 to 9. A
(C) 18
(D) 100
letter from these matrices can be
represented first by its row and next by its
49. In the following questions given format is
column. e.g., 'B' can be represented by 11,
made on a transparent page and folded along
22, 43 etc, and 'P' can be represented by 55,
the dotted line, then how will it be visible ?
75, 97 etc. Similarly, you have to identify
the set for the word given below : "PAST"

-I

Question Figure:

-II

9
'B'
'P'

11, 22, 43
55, 75, 97
"PAST"

Answer Figures:

(A) 55, 00, 85, 59


(C) 86, 21, 88, 87

(B) 66, 13, 96, 65


(D) 97, 42, 69, 89

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Part - II (Quantitative Aptitude)


)
51.

The average of two numbers A and B is 20,


that of B and C is 19 and of C and A it is 21.
Then what is the value of A ?
A

52.

20

19

C
A
21
A
(A) 22
(B) 24
(C) 20
(D) 18
4 men and 6 women together can complete
a work in 8 days while 3 men and 7 women
together can complete it in 10 days, then in
how many days 20 women working together
will complete it ?
4
6
8
3

55.

56.

10

20
(A) 20 days /

(B) 25 days /

(C) 32 days /

(D) 24 days /

(A) 4 days /
57.

53.

If sin

2mn
m

n2

ABC is a triangle with base AB, D is point


on AB such that AB = 5 and DB = 3. What
will be the ratio of the area of ADC to area
of ABC ?
ABC
AB AB
D
ADC
AB = 5
DB = 3
ABC
(A) 3 : 2
(B) 2 : 3
(C) 3 : 5
(D) 2 : 5
A and B together can complete a work in
3 days. They start together. But after 2 days
B left the work. If the work is complete after
2 more days. B alone could do the work in
A
B
3
2
B
2
B

then find the value of

1
tan .
cos

sin

(B) 6 days /

(C) 8 days /
(D) 10 days /
The total surface area of a sphere is 8
square unit . The volume of the sphere is
8

(A)

8
cubic unit /
3

(B) 8 3 cubic unit /


sin

1
tan
cos

sin

2mn
m2 n2

(C)

8 3
cubic unit /
5

8 2
cubic unit /
3
A conical flask is full of water. The flask has
based radius r and height h. This water is
poured into a cylindrical flask of base
radius mr. The height of water in the
cylindrical flask is
(D)

54.

(A) 1

(B) 1

(C) 2

1
(D)
2

58.

If is the angle of first quadrant such that


cosec4 = 17 + cot4 then what is the value
of sin ?

+ cot

cosec 4 = 17

mr

sin

(A)

1
3

(B)

1
4

(A)

(C)

1
9

(D)

1
16

(C)

h 2
m
2

h
3m 2

(B)

2h
m

(D)

m
2h

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59.

A dozen pairs of socks quoted at ` 180 are


available at discount of 20%. How many pairs
of socks can be bought for ` 48 ?
` 180

64.

20%
` 48

60.

40

(A) 4 pairs /
(B) 2 pairs /
(C) 5 pairs /
(D) 3 pairs /
The price of a school bag and a pair of shoe
are in the ratio 7 : 5. The price of a school
bag is ` 200 more than the price of a pair of
shoe. Then the price of a pair of shoe is
7:5

65.

62.

(A) ` 700
(B) ` 500
(C) ` 1200
(D) ` 200
A number x when divided by 289 leaves
18 as the remainder. The same number
when divided by 17 leaves y as a remainder.
The value of y is
x
289
18
17
y
y
(A) 2
(B) 3
(C) 1
(D) 5
If x2 = y + z, y2 = z + x and z2 = x + y, then the
value of

1
1
1

is
1 x 1 y 1 z

x = y + z, y = z + x

63.

(B) 3

5
cm /
7

(C) 10
(D) 6

(B) 65 m /

(C) 70 m /

(D) 72 m /

tan 26 + tan19
If x (1 - tan 26 tan19) , then the value of
tan 26 + tan19
x (1 - tan 26 tan19)

66.

(A) 1

(B)

(C) 2

(D)

2 3 4
x -1
= 1, 0 < x < 100,
If sin2 . . ......
1 2 3
x - 2
2 3 4
x - 1
sin 2 . . ......
= 1, 0 < x < 100,
1 2 3
x - 2

67.

z = x + y,

x
(A) 91
(B) 80
(C) 49
(D) 46
A tree AC is broken over by wind from B. D
is the point where top of the broken tree
touches the ground and BD makes an angle
of 45 with the ground. If AD = 10 m, what
will be the height of the tree ?
AC

BD

45

AD = 10
(A) 20 m /
(B) 10 2 m /
(C) 10(1 +

2)m/

(D) 20 2 m /
68.

A number when divided by 4, 5 and 6 leaves


remainders 2, 3 and 4 respectively. The
least such number is
4, 5
2, 3

2
cm /
7

5
cm /
7

then find the value of x.

1
1
1

1 x 1 y 1 z
(A) 1
(B) 2
(C) 0
(D) 1
N is the foot of the perpendicular from a point
P of a circle with radius 7 cm, on a diameter AB
of the circle. If the length of the chord PB is
12 cm, the distance of the point B from the
point N is
AB
7
P
N
PB
12
B
N
2
(A) 12 cm /
7

(A) 60 m /

x is

` 200

61.

A vertical stick 12 cm long casts a shadow


8 cm ling on the ground. At the same time,
tower casts a shadow 40 m long on the
ground. The height of the tower is
12
8

6
4

(A) 50

(B) 53

(C) 58

(D) 62

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69.

A shopkeeper sells rice in such a way that


the selling price of 950 g of rice is the same
at the cost price of 1 kg or rice. What is his
gain percent ?

73.

A man and a woman working together can


do a certain work is 18 days. Their skills in
doing the work are in the ratio 3 : 2. How
many days will the woman take to finish
the work alone ?

950
1
18
3:2
(A) 5

(C) 5
70.

5
%
19

(B) 5%

1
%
5

(D) 4

1
%
19

74.

A person bought a horse and a carriage for


` 20000. Later, he sold the horse at 20%
profit and the carriage of 10% loss. Thus,
he gained 2% in the whole transaction. The
cost price of the horse was

(A) 45 days /

(B) 36 days /

(C) 27 days /

(D) 30 days /

If a boat goes 100 km downstream in


10 hours and 75 km upstream in 15 hours,
then the speed of the stream is
10

100
15

` 20000

75

(A) 2 km/hr /

20%

10%

(B) 2.5 km/hr /

2%

(C) 3 km/hr /

71.

(A) ` 7200

(B) ` 7500

(C) ` 8000

(D) ` 9000

(D) 3.5 km/hr /


75.

Ramu donated 4% of his income to a


charity and deposited 10% of the rest in a

10%

` 8640

72.

(A) ` 12500

(B) ` 12000

(C) ` 10500

(D) ` 10000

A parallelogram ABCD has sides AB = 24 cm


and AD = 16 cm. The distance between the
sides AB and DC is 10 cm. Find the distance
between the sides AD and BC.
ABCD

AB = 24

AD = 16
10

AB
AD

DC

1
= 4, then find the value of
m 2

(m - 2)2 +

bank. If now he has ` 8640 left with him,


then his income is
4%

If m

76.

1
(m - 2)2

1
=4
m 2

(m - 2)2 +

(A) 2

(B) 0

(C) 2

(D) 4

If

1
(m - 2)2

a
b
c

= 1, then the value of


1 a 1 b 1 c

1
1
c

is
1a 1 b 1c
a
b
c

=1
1 a 1b 1 c

BC
1
1
c

1a 1 b 1c

(A) 16 cm /

(B) 18 cm /

(A) 1

(B) 2

(C) 15 cm /

(D) 26 cm /

(C) 3

(D) 4

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77.

If the circumradius of an equilateral


triangle be 10 cm, then the measure of its
in-radius is

81.

1
th of the passengers
5
left and 40 boarded the bus. The bus moved
with 80 passengers towards its destination
without stopping any where. How many pas-

10

78.

(A) 5 cm /

(B) 10 cm /

(C) 20 cm /

(D) 15 cm /

A bus left with some definte number of


passe ng ers. At the first stop half the
passengers left the bus 35 boarded the bus.
At the second stop

The radius of the base of a conical tent is


35

3 2
m canvas is required
7
to construct the tent, then the slant height
of the tent is
16 meters. If 427

1
5

16
3
427
7

82.

(A) 40
(B) 30
(C) 50
(D) 60
Rakesh get married 8 years ago. His present
6
time his age at the time of his
5
marriage. Rakesh's sister was 10 years
younger to him at the time of his
marriage. The present age of Rakesh's sister is
8
6
5
10

(B) 15 metre /
(C) 19 metre /
(D) 8.5 metre /
A shopkeeper gains ` 56 on a toy after
allowing 23% discount on its marked
price. If his gain is 10%. Then the marked
price of the toy is
23%
83.

` 56
10%

80.

80

age is

(A) 17 metre /

79.

40

(A) ` 810

(B) ` 800

(C) ` 560

(D) ` 740

(A) 38 years /
(B) 36 years /
(C) 32 years /
(D) 34 years /
A train passes through a tunnel whose
length is 500 metres in 1 minute while
running at a speed of 72 km per hour. The

(A)

4
9

(B)

8
9

500
72
1
(A) 750 m /
(B) 700 m /
(C) 800 m /
(D) 680 m /
A fruit seller bought 240 bananas at the rate
of ` 48 per dozen. He sells half of them at
1
the rate of ` 5 per banana.
th of the
6
remaining are found to be rotten. The price
per banana at which he has to sell the
remaining bananas to get a profit of a 25%
on this entire investment
240
` 48
`5
1
25%
6

(C)

6
9

(D)

7
9

(A) ` 5.5
(C) ` 5

If the numerator of a fraction is increased


by 150% and the denominator of the fraction is
increased by 300%, then resultant
fraction is

5
. W hat is t he o riginal
18

fraction ?
150%
5
18

300%

84.

(B) ` 6
(D) ` 8.5

10

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85. The distance between the centres of the two 89. The radius and height of a right circular
cone are in the ratio 3 : 4 and its volume is
circles with radii 4 cm and 9 cm is 13 cm.
96 cm3. What is its lateral surface area ?
The length of the direct common tangent
is
3:4
4

96

13
(A) 13 cm /

(B)

(C) 12 cm /
86.

153 cm /

(D) 18 cm /

If x = a cos3 , y = b sin3 , then


x 2/3 y 2/3

+
=?
b
a

90.

x = a cos3 , y = b sin3
2/3

x

a

87.

(B) 36 cm2 /

(C) 48 cm2 /

(D) 60 cm2 /

The population in a city decreases at the


rate of 5% annually. Its present population
is 168000. The population of the town after
three years will be
5%
168000

2/3

y
+
b

=?

(A) 1

(B) 2

(C) 0

(D) 4

91.

A contractor undertakes to do a piece of


work in 40 days. He engages 100 men and
after 35 days, he engaged an additional
100 men and completes the work. How
many days behind the schedule would the
work have been. If he had not engaged the
additional men ?

100

(B) 143250

(C) 145069

(D) 144039

If the price of milk is increased by 20% find


by how much percent a household must
reduce his consumpt ion so as not to
increase his expenditure ?

2
%
3
(C) 20%

1
%
3
(D) 18%

(A) 16
35

100
92.

(A) 20 days /

(B) 15 days /

(C) 10 days /

(D) 5 days /

A train 180 m long moving at the speed of


20 m/sec over takes a man moving at a
speed of 10 m/sec in the same direction.
The train passes the man in
180

(A) 150000

20%

40

88.

(A) 48 cm2 /

(B) 16

A train travels at a certain average speed


for a distance of 63 km and then travels a
distance of 72 km at an average speed of
6 km/hr more than its original speed. If it
takes 3 hours to complete the total journey,
what is the original speed of the train in
km/hr ?
63
6
72
3

20
10

(A) 24 km/hr /
(B) 33 km/hr /
(A) 9 sec /

(B) 18 sec /

(C) 42 km/hr /

(C) 27 sec /

(D) 13 sec /

(D) 66 km/hr /

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93. A started a business with ` 35000. After six 96. What is the angle of pie diagram showing
the expenditure as the Transport ?
months B joined him with a capital of
` 60000. At the end of the year, the total
(A) 75.8
(B) 90
pro fit was ` 26000. What will be t he
difference between the shares of A and B ?
(C) 108
(D) 126
A
6
` 35000
97. The total expenditure on project is 25% more
than the estimate expenditure. If total
B ` 60000
expenditure is ` 5 lakh, then what was
A
B
` 26000
estimate expenditure on Stationary ?
(A) ` 1000
(B) ` 2000
25%
(C) ` 2500
(D) ` 3000
`5
94. Simple interest on a certain sum after
3
1
years is
of the sum. What was the
8
4
rate percent per annum ?
6

(A) ` 40000
(B) ` 60000

1
6
4

(C) ` 80000
(D) None of these /
98.

3
8
1
%
2
(D) 6%

108

(B) 5

(A) 7%
(C) 5%
95.

Which two expenditure together will form


an angle of 108 at the centre of the pie
diagram ?

If in triangles ABC and DEF,


AB : ED = AC : EF and
is the value of

(A) Official Work and miscellaneous

A = E = 37,

F = 69, then what

(B) Allowances and transport

B ?

ABC
AB : ED = AC : EF

A = E = 37,
F = 69, B

DEF,

(A) 69
(B) 84
(C) 74
(D) 94
Direction (96 - 100) : The following pie diagram
shows the expenditure incurred on the
preparation of a survey project by a group under
various heads. Study the pie chart carefully and
answer the questions.
(96 - 100) :

(C) Transport and stationary


(D) Miscellaneous and allowance
99.

If the difference between two expenditures


be represented by 18 in the pie diagram,
these expenditure are
18
(A) Allowance and transport
(B) Allowances and miscellaneous
(C) Official work and transport
(D) None of these

100. What is the ratio between the expenditure


on Allowances and Stationary ?
(A) 3 : 2
(C) 7 : 4

(B) 2 : 3
(D) 5 : 3

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Part - III (General Awareness)


III (
)
101. In which year the first English translation
of Arthashastra was published ?
(A) 1905
(B) 1909
(C) 1915
(D) 1960
102. A writ issued by the judiciary enjoining
upon the executive to do what it should have
done within its stipulated powers, is called

106. Ten degree channel separates

(A) Andaman from Nicobar Island

(B) Andaman from Myanmar


(C) India from Sri Lanka

(D) Lakshadweep from Maldives

(A) Habeas Corpus /


(B) Mandamus /

107. In which state of India, the sex ratio is more


than 1000
1000

(C) Prohibition /
(D) Quo-warranto /
103. The animal wh ich can to lerate more
summer heat is

(A) Andhra Pradesh /


(B) Karnataka /
(C) Kerala /

(A) Buffalo /

(B) Cow /

(C) Goat /
(D) Donkey /
104. The Sultan Gh ari was buil t as t he
mausoleum of

(D) Tamil Nadu /


108. Nucleus of an atom consists of

(A) Proton
(A) Qutubuddin Aibak
(B) Ruknuddin Firoz

(B) Neutron

(C) Balban

(C) Proton and Neutron

(D) Nasiruddin Mahmud

(D) Electron, Proton and Neutron

105. Which o ne of t he follo wing countries


situated geographically in America but
politically is the part of Europe

109. Which team is defeated by India in the final


of the SAFF cup football (2015) ?
SAFF
(2015)

(A) Iceland /

(A) Srilanka /

(B) Canary Islands /

(B) Bangladesh /

(C) Green Land /

(C) Maldives /

(D) Cuba /

(D) Afghanistan /

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110. Acting Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
of India is appointed by the

114. Willy-willy is
(A) Tropical cyclone over Australia

(A) Chief Justice of Supreme Court

(B) Typhoon

(B) Prime Minister


(C) Very high tide
(C) President
(D) Tropical cyclone over India
(D) Law Minister
111. In India, disg uised unemployment is
generally observed in
(A) the Agricultural sector
(B) the Factory sector

115. Comptroller and Auditor General of India is


appointed by

(A) President
(B) Speaker of the Lok Sabha

(C) the Service sector


(C) Chairman of the Planning Commission
(D) All these sectors
(D) Finance Minister
112. Who separated the office of the Wali and
Amir ?
(A) Balban

116. Dinosaurs were


(A) Cenozoic reptiles

(B) Alauddin Khilji

(B) Mesozoic birds

(C) Ghiyasuddin Tughlaq


(C) Palaeozoic amphibia
(D) Muhammad Tughlaq
(D) Mesozoic reptiles
113. Which one of the following provision of the
I ndian Co nstit uti on dea ls with the
appointment and dismissal of the Council
of Minister

117. Who wrote the book The Merchant of


Venice ?
(A) Thomas Hardy
(B) Somerset Maugham

(A) Article 70 /

70

(B) Article 72 /

72

(C) Article 74 /

74

(D) Article 75 /

75

(C) William Shakespeare


(D) Charles Dickens

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118. The richest bio-diversity is found in

122. The aim of the Cripps Mission was


(A) to prevent the Quit India Movement
from being launched

(A) Kashmir valley /


(B) Silent valley /
(C) Surma valley /
(D) Valley of flowers /
119. Who was the First President of Fort William
of Calcutta ?

(B) to persuade Indian leaders to support


British war efforts

(C) to convince the Congress Ministries to


withdraw their resignations

(A) Charles Eyre


(B) John Child

(D) to set up a Constitution making body


immediately

(C) George Oxendan


(D) Gerald Aungier
120. Which one of the following sets of state of
I ndia has a co mmon bo undary wit h
Pakistan

123. The National Emergency as Article 352 of


the Indian Constitution provides, may be
proclaimed under which of the following
circumstances
352

(A) failure of Constitutional machinery


(A) J ammu and Kash mir, Hima chal
Pradesh, Punjab and Rajasthan
(B) Punj ab, J ammu and
Rajasthan and Gujarat

Kashmir,

(C) Punjab, Haryana, Jammu and Kashmir


and Rajasthan
(D) Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan
and Gujarat

(B) external aggression


(C) internal disturbance
(D) war, external aggression or armed
rebellion
124. The vacancy of the office of the President
of India must be filled up within
(A) 90 days / 90

121. Which of the fo llowing is a bet te r


measurement of Economic Development ?

(B) 6 month / 6
(C) one year /
(D) within th e period de cided by the
Parliament

(A) Gross Domestic Product


(B) Disposable income
(C) Net National Product

125. The vitamin most readily destroyed by


heat is
(A) Riboflavin /
(B) Ascorbic acid /

(D) Per capita income

(C) Tocopherol /
(D) Thiamine /

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126. The disease that is caused by virus is

131. Which one of the following states does not


form part of the Chota Nagpur plateau ?

(A) Typhoid /
(B) Cholera /
(C) Common Cold /
(D) Tetanus /
127. A particle dropped from the top of a tower
uniformly falls on ground at a distance
which is equal to the height of tower. Which
of the following paths will be traversed by
the particle ?

(A) Circle /
(B) Parabolic /
(C) Great circle /
(D) Hyper-parabolic /
128. Saccharin is made up of

(A) Bihar /
(B) Sikkim /
(C) Orissa /
(D) West Bengal /
132. What are the date/dates on which days and
nights are equal in both the hemispheres ?

(A) June 21
21
(B) December 22
22

(A) Toluene /

(C) March 21 and September 23


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23

(B) Phenol /

(D) June 21 and December 22

(C) Propane /
(D) Butane /
129. The dried flower buds are used as a spice
in

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133. National income refers to

(A) money value of goods and services


produced in a country during a year
(A) Cardamom /
(B) Cinnamon /
(C) Cloves /
(D) Saffron /
130. Which law under the British regime allowed
to imprison people without due trial ?

(A) Rowlatt Act

(B) money value of stocks and shares of a


country during a year

(C) money value of capital goods produced


by a country during a year

(B) Sedition Act of 1870


1870
(C) Hindu Code Bill

(D) money value of co nsumer go ods


produced by a country during a year

(D) Ilbert Bill

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134. Name the proposed programme that aims
at connecting people through exchanges in
areas of language, trade, culture, travel and
tourism.

138. The speed of light with the rise in the


temperature of the medium

(A) increases /
(B) decreases /
(C) remains unaltered /
(D) drops suddenly /
(C) Unity in Diversity : One India

135. Union Government announced Krishi


Kalyan cess of 0.5% on all taxable services
to fund farm initiatives. The cess will be
effective from

139. What will be the new name for department


of Investment as announced in the Union
Budget for 2016-2017 ?
2016-2017
(A) Department of Investment and Public
Asset Management

0.5%
(A) 1 April 2016 / 1
2016
(B) 1 May 2016 / 1
2016
(C) 1 June 2016 / 1
2016
(D) 1 July 2016 / 1
2016
136. In coriander, the useful parts are

(B) Investment Banking Division

(C) Investment and fincancial management

(D) None of these

140. The polymerization of which of the following


is used in manufacturing of polythene in
industry ?
(D) flowers and dried fruits
137. Name the proposed structure scheme
announced in the Union Budget 2016-2017
to help Panchayat Raj Institutions deliver
sustainable Development Goals.

(A) Methane /
(B) Styrene /
(C) Acetylene /
(D) Ethylene /
141. Columba livia is the scientific name of

20162017
(A) Rashtriya Gram Abhiyaan
(B) Rashtriya Gram Swaraj Abhiyan

Columba livia
(A) Pigeon /

(B) Snake /

(C) Rabbit /

(D) Shark /

142. W hich chro mo so mal co mbinat ion i s


responsible for maleness in man ?

(C) National Village self-governance scheme


(D) Rashtriya Gram Swasashan Abhiyan

(A) XO

(B) XXX

(C) XX

(D) XY

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143. Stone Cancer occurs due to
(A) Acid rain /
(B) Global warming /
(C) Radioactivity /
(D) Bacterial action /
144. Which of the following fibres catches fire
least ?
(A) Nylon /

148. First Nuclear Reactor made in India

(A) CIRUS /
(B) DHRUVA /
(C) KAMINI /
(D) APSARA /
149. Which is the first country to granted
approval for the sales of a new dengue
vaccine.

(B) Cotton /
(C) Rayon /
(D) Terricot /
145. Lamberts law is related to

(A) Phillippines /
(B) Mexico /

(A) Reflection /
(B) Refraction /
(C) Interference /
(D) Illumination /
146. The term Isoneph indicates the lines of
equal
(A) cloudiness /

(C) Denmark /
(D) Sri Lanka /
150. Who is known as the father of Indian space
program ?

(A) C.V. Raman

(B) salinity /
(C) rainfall /
(D) pressure /
147. Bihu is a folk dance from which state ?

(B) Vikram Sarabhai

(C) A.P.J. Kalam


(A) Meghalaya /
(B) Manipur /

(D) Satish Dhawan

(C) Assam /
(D) Sikkim /

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Part - IV (English Language)


Direction : In Question nos. 151 to 155, some
part of the sentences have errors and some are
correct. Find out which part of a sentence has
an error and blacken the oval [ ] corresponding
to the appropriate letter (A), (B), (C) and (D). If a
sentence is free from error, blacken the oval
corresponding to 'No error' in the Answer Sheet.
151. Two-fifths of the vineyard were destroyed
by fire.
(A) the vineyard were
(B) No error
(C) Two-fifths of
(D) destroyed by fire
152. She expressed her gratitudes to all those
who supported her.
(A) she expressed her
(B) who supported her
(C) No error
(D) gratitudes to all those
153. More than six thousand farmers have
committed suicide in the last six months
in the country.
(A) have committed suicide
(B) more than six thousand farmers
(C) No error
(D) in the last six months in the country
154. It's like we are watching each predicting
scene, twice.
(A) No error
(B) It's like we
(C) predicting scene, twice
(D) are watching each
155. There has been a lot of politics on the poor,
it is now time to make concentrated efforts
to uplift them.
(A) concentrated efforts to uplift them
(B) No error
(C) There has been a lot of politics
(D) on the poor, it is now time to make
Directions : In Question nos. 156 to 160,
sentences given with blanks to be filled in with
an appropriate word. Four alternatives are
suggested for each question. Choose the correct
alternative out of the four and indicate it by
blackening the appropriate oval [ ] in the
Answer Sheet.
156. _____ the corner of the street stood a
policeman _____ an umbrella, shivering in
the rain.
(A) On, with

(B) Near, under

(C) By, in

(D) At, under

157. Put the milk _____ the table and cover it


_____ cloth.
(A) on, with

(B) near, by

(C) on, by

(D) in, with

158. I must hold a discussion _____ you _____


that matter shortly.
(A) about, for

(B) with, for

(C) about, in

(D) with, about

159. _____ cover of darkness, the enemy crept


_____ the hill.
(A) In, over

(B) In, along

(C) Under, up

(D) Through, upon

160. There was no agreement _____ the great


powers _____ a treaty to ban nuclear weapons.
(A) with, about

(B) among, on

(C) between, about (D) in, for


Direction: In Question nos. 161 to 168, a
sentence/ a part of the sentence is underlined.
Below are given alternatives to the underlined
part at (A), (B), (C) which may improve the
sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In
case no improvement is needed your answer is
(D). Mark your answer in the Answer Sheet.
161. The moment the manager came to know of
the fraudulent action of his assistant, he
order immediately dismissed him.
(A) order immediate dismissed him
(B) ordered his immediate dismissal
(C) immediately order dismissal of his
(D) no improvement
162. The tea estate is in such a mess there is
no one to set things right.
(A) in a mess there
(B) in a such mess that there
(C) in such a mess that there
(D) no correction required
163. Because of his ill health, the doctor has
advised him not to refrain from smoking.
(A) not to refrained (B) to resort to
(C) to refrain

(D) no improvement

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164. What happens to all those travellers on the
ship was not known.
(A) What happen to
(B) That is what happens to
(C) What happened to
(D) no improvement
165. Despite of their differences on matters of
principles, they all agree on the demand of
hike in salary.

Directions : In question nos. 173 to 176, choose


the option opposite in meaning to the given
word and mark it in the Answer Sheet.
173. Transgress
(A) to remain within acceptable limits
(B) to observe from a distance
(C) to learn a new language
(D) to go to a foreign country
174. Transient

(A) Despite of there (B) Despite for their

(A) slippery

(B) nasty

(C) Despite their

(C) permanent

(D) original

(D) no improvement

166. The orator had been left the auditorium


before the audience stood up.
(A) had been left to (B) was left
(C) had left

(D) no improvement

167. It is unanimously resolved that the parties


should unitedly undertook launching of
popular programmes.
(A) should be unitedly undertook
(B) should be unitedly undertaken
(C) should unitedly undertake
(D) no correction required
168. One of my drawbacks is that I did not have
tolerance of ambiguity.
(A) did not had

(B) do not have

(C) am not

(D) no improvement

175. Undulating
(A) up

(B) wavy

(C) steep

(D) gradual

176. Vital
(A) practical

(B) voluntary

(C) negative

(D) worthless

Directions : In question nos. 177 to 178, four


words are given in each question, out of which
only one word is correctly spelt. Find the
correctly spelt word and mark your answer in
the Answer Sheet.
177. (A) Inadmissible
(C) Unadmisible

(B) Inedmissible
(D) Unadmissible

178. (A) Cavalcode

(B) Cavalcade

(C) Cavelcade

(D) Covelcade

Directions : In Question nos. 169 to 172 out of


the four alternatives, choose the one which best
expresses the meaning of the given word and
mark it in the Answer Sheet.

Directions : In Question nos. 179 to 185, out of


the four alternatives, choose the one which can
be substituted for the given words/sentences
and indicate it by blackening the appropriate
oval [ ] in the Answer Sheet.

169. Slipshod

179. To kill someone for political reasons

(A) vulgar

(B) careless

(A) homicide

(C) commonplace

(D) retaliatory

(C) assassination (D) genocide

170. Stark

(B) murder

180. A religious discourse

(A) starry

(B) clear-cut

(A) preach

(B) stanza

(C) stormy

(D) pleasant

(C) sanctorum

(D) sermon

171. To Debilitate
(A) to outlaw

(B) to support

(C) to weaken

(D) to honour

172. Unscathed
(A) unstinting

(B) unsociable

(C) unspeakable

(D) unharmed

181. A large dark grey cloud that brings rain or


snow
(A) nimbus

(B) blizzard

(C) hail

(D) fog

182. One who has a compulsive desire to steal


(A) pilferer

(B) poacher

(C) plagiarist

(D) kleptomaniac

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183. Official misconduct
(A) malefactor
(B) malfeasance
(C) maltreatment
(D) maladministration
184. Policemen riding on motorcycles as guards
of VIP
(A) outriders

(B) servants

(C) commandos

(D) attendants

185. A person who tries to deceive people by


claiming to be able to do wonderful things
(A) trickster

(B) impostor

(C) magician

(D) mountebank

Direction : In Question nos. 186 to 190, four


alternative are given for the Idiom/Phrase
underlined in the sentence. Choose the
alternative which best expresses the meaning
of the Idiom/Phrase and mark it in the Answer
Sheet.
186. We should g ive a wide berth to bad
characters.
(A) keep away from

Direction : In Question nos. 191 to 200, you


have two brief passages with 5 questions each.
Read the passages carefully and choose the
best answer to each question out of the four
alternatives and mark it by blackening the
appropriate oval [ ] in the Answer Sheet.
PASSAGE-1
Scientists show that there is a curious
relationship between a lions life span and the
pattern of spots on each side of its face. Each spot
is associated with the root of a whisker, and the
pattern of spots is as characteristic of an
individual lion as is a finger print of a person.
But the placement varies between the two sides
of the face. Males with a greater degree of
asymmetry tend to die younger than their, more
evenly-envisaged colleagues. Thus can a males
life be read in his face: it is his autobiography.
191. According to the passage, the spots are:
(A) Associated with hairs growing round the
mouth of a lion
(B) Associated with the lions rubbing
against the roots of trees

(B) publicly condemn

(C) Formed owin g to cross breeding


between different species of lions

(C) given publicity to

(D) The after-effects of a disease

(D) not sympathise with


187. Sumit had to look high and low before he
could find his scooter key.
(A) nowhere

(B) always

(C) everywhere

(D) somewhere

188. You may rush from pillar to post, but you


stand no chance of getting what you want
without a bribe.
(A) be very busy
(B) rush in all directions and suffer much
harassment
(C) go to all post boxes and post offices
(D) go to many offices and post letters
189. At a party, he is always in high spirits.
(A) talkative

(B) cheerful

(C) drunk

(D) uncontrollable

190. She rejected his proposal of marriage point


blank.
(A) directly

(B) pointedly

(C) absurdly

(D) briefly

192. The phrase evenly-envisaged colleagues


means:
(A) Scientists who are level headed
(B) Lions with symmetrical spot-patterns
on each side of the face
(C) Scientists who are members of a society
that holds the same opinion
(D) Those lions who se life spans arc
shorter than those of other lions
193. Which one of the following statements is
not correct?
(A) The variation between the patterns is
a pointer to the lions longevity
(B) There is hardly any variation between
the pattern on the two sides of a lions
face
(C) The pattern of spots is characteristic
of each individual lion
(D) The relationship between the pattern
of spots and the life span of a lion is
something strange

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MEERUT VARANASI ROHTAK PANIPAT SONEPAT LAXMINAGAR PATNA AGRA CHANDIGARH LUCKNOW ALLAHABAD

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194. What is th e c onclusio n of sc ientist s
regarding the placement of spots on either
side of a lions face?
(A) Males wit h a greater deg ree o f
irregularity in spot patterns have
shorter life spans
(B) Males with a greater degree of lack of
ordered spot patterns have longer life
spans

196. The people who are flying overhead are


called highly civilized because they:
(A) are kind hearted
(B) are doing their duty
(C) are trained bombers
(D) draw hefty salaries
197. The person who succeeds in killing the
author will:

(C) Males with very few spots on their


bodies die younger

(A) never sleep undisturbed

(D) Males with evenly placed spots on both


sides of the face die sooner

(C) suffer a lot

195. Why is the lions face his autobiography?


(A) The lions face shows all aspects of his
life like an autobiography
(B) The lion is the author of his own life
story
(C) The lions spots appear late in life like
an autobiography
(D) The lions life span can be judged from
the lions face
PASSAGE-2
As I write, highly civilized human beings
are flying overhead, trying to kill me. They do
not feel any enmity against me as an individual,
nor I against them. They are only doing their
duty, as the saying goes. Most of them are kindhearted law-abiding men who would never dream
of committing murder in private life. But if one
of them succeeds in blowing me to pieces, he will
still be able to sleep without any degree of
compunction. He is serving his country, which
has the power to absolve him from evil.

(B) be without any remorse


(D) consider himself a sinner
198. The reason why they are trying to kill the
author is that:
(A) they have murderous instincts
(B) they have a grudge against the author
(C) they have an assigned job
(D) the author is not as law-abiding as they
are
199. In this passage the author assumes that
doing ones duty to ones country:
(A) heightens ones sensibility
(B) exonerates a person of his act of killing
(C) makes one kind-hearted
(D) makes one desist from doing anything
unscrupulous
200. What is the authors attitude to the ways of
civilized societies?
(A) Sarcastic

(B) Indifferent

(C) Hostile

(D) Casual

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