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I( 1
) 17.
9
'6' 1.
2.
3.
4.
(A) (B) (C) (D) ACEG : KMOQ : : CEGI : ? (A) QSUV (B) IKMO (C) MOQS (D) FHJM 5 : 124 : : 8 : ? (A) 512 (B) 511 (C) 65 (D) 64 R :2::?:2 I (A)
I C
(A) 1
(B) 3
(C) 4
(D)
18.
(B)
'X'
J E
R T (D) F D 687536 : 367568 : : ? : 819578 (A) 879518 (B) 875918 (C) 789581 (D) 875981 POWI : MQTK : : SUAX : ? (A) PWCV (B) PWDU (C) PWXZ (D) PWCU RQAW : TOCU : : ? : LRGU (A) JPET (B) JTEW (C) JPFS (D) JPES 7 : 13 : : 12 : ? (A) 24 (B) 22 (C) 21 (D) 20 NLO : RPS : : ? : ZXA (A) VTW (B) VSQ (C) VTR (D) UTQ 10 16 (C)
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.
(A) (C) (A) (C) (A) (C) (A) (C) (A) (C) (A) (C) (A) (C)
LJHF ECBA PRST ABDE 17 – 43 15 – 38 153 374 LPIL HTEP A T
(B) (D) (B) (D) (B) (D) (B) (D) (B) (D) (B) (D) (B) (D)
A
B
(B)
(C)
A
C
(D) A, B, C
19.
A, B
70
C D 90%
4
20.
SQOM ZXVT UWXY KMNO 19 – 83 9 – 81 257 452 PUMR XEUA F M
(A)
(A) 50
(B) 55
(C) 60
(D) 45
1
28
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
21. 64
(A) 16
(B) 24
(C) 48
(D) 32
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Part  I (General Intelligence & Reasoning) Directions : In questions no. 1 to 9, select the related word/letters/number from the given alternatives. 1. Ape : Man : : Cat : ? (A) Moneky (B) Tiger (C) Mouse (D) Petanimal 2. ACEG : KMOQ : : CEGI : ? (A) QSUV (B) IKMO (C) MOQS (D) FHJM 3. 5 : 124 : : 8 : ? (A) 512 (B) 511 (C) 65 (D) 64 4.
R :2::?:2 I (A)
I C
17.
18. (B)
J E
R T (D) F D 5. 687536 : 367568 : : ? : 819578 (A) 879518 (B) 875918 (C) 789581 (D) 875981 6. POWI : MQTK : : SUAX : ? (A) PWCV (B) PWDU (C) PWXZ (D) PWCU 7. RQAW : TOCU : : ? : LRGU (A) JPET (B) JTEW (C) JPFS (D) JPES 8. 7 : 13 : : 12 : ? (A) 24 (B) 22 (C) 21 (D) 20 9. NLO : RPS : : ? : ZXA (A) VTW (B) VSQ (C) VTR (D) UTQ Directions : In questions no. 10 to 16, select the one which is different from other three alternatives. 10. (A) Inch (B) Ounce (C) Centimeter (D) Yard 11. (A) LJHF (B) SQOM (C) ECBA (D) ZXVT 12. (A) PRST (B) UWXY (C) ABDE (D) KMNO 13. (A) 17 – 43 (B) 19 – 83 (C) 15 – 38 (D) 9 – 81 14. (A) 153 (B) 257 (C) 374 (D) 452 15. (A) LPIL (B) PUMR (C) HTEP (D) XEUA 16. (A) A (B) F (C) T (D) M
Four forms of a dice are shown below. If the '6' is brought on the upper surface of this dice then which digit will come on its lower surface ?
(A) 1
(B) 3
(C) 4
(D) None of these
In the following questions sign 'X' is assigned to the open state of a dice. Find the figure from the given options which can be obtained after closing the figure.
(C)
19.
20.
21.
(A) Only A and B
(B) Only A, B and C
(C) Only A and C
(D) A, B, C and D
Soumal ya scored 70 marks in an examination. He got higher marks than 90% of the students. If 4 students got higher than him, then what is the total number of students in the class ? (A) 50
(B) 55
(C) 60
(D) 45
It was a Tuesday on 1st April. What day was it on 28th June of the same year ? (A) Thursday
(B) Saturday
(C) Sunday
(D) Wednesday
All the surfaces of a solid cube is painted red and then it is cut into 64 small cubes of equal measure. Then how many cubes have their two adjacent surfaces painted red and rest of the surfaces uncoloured ? (A) 16
(B) 24
(C) 48
(D) 32
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23.
24
28. A
1961 ? 121 29 6 (A) 490 (B) 489 (C) 488 (D) 487 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, ? (A) 34 (B) 29 (C) 26 (D) 28
G
24.
(A) 25 (C) 48
(B) 12 (D) 52
25.
'RIG' (A) Pea :
(B) Hee 26
29.
27, I, II
III
(A) D (B) A (C) B (D) G × –, ÷ +,– 64 ÷ 32 – 8 × 4 + 6 = ? (A) 44 (B) 28 (C) – 28 (D)
÷, +
×
30. ENUNGFRJVLPOWKJEN UGFEBARMTPIDOGHOZJ QCRVPOLJFXYTHIQEM (A) S (B) T (C) G (D) P
26. 31.
I. II. III. (A) (B) (C) (D)
(A) (C)
(B) (D)
32. I II III
II III I
(A) (B) (C) (D)
27.
33
33. I. II. (A) (B) (C) (D)
I II I I
34. II II
35.
37
0, 4, 6, 3, 7, 9, 6, ?, 12 (A) 8 (B) (C) 11 (D) Z, U, Q, ?, L (A) I (B) (C) M (D) BCB, DED, FGF, HIH, ? (A) HII (B) (C) IKI (D)
10 14 K N JKJ LML
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23.
1961 ? 121 29 6 (A) 490 (B) 489 (C) 488 (D) 487 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, ? (A) 34 (B) 29 (C) 26 (D) 28
28.
In the following diagram a joint triangle, square and circle is sho wn which represents urban, brilliant and students respectively. In the following diagram, which is the area from areas A to G, which represents urban students who are not brilliant ?
24.
(A) 25 (B) 12 (C) 48 (D) 52 25. Identify among the following to which addition of 'RIG' in any place gives a meaningful word. (A) Pea (B) Hee (C) Madn (D) Idity Directions : In question nos. 26 to 27, one or two statements is given followed by two/three Conclusion I, II and III. You have to consider the statement to be true, even if it seems to be at variance from commonly known facts. You are to decide which of the given conclusions can definitely be drawn from the given statement. Indicate your answer. 26. Statements : Some villagers are honest. All honest are educated. No educated is a unemployed. Conclusions : I. No honest is unemployed. II. Some educated are honest. III. Some villagers are unemployed. (A) Only I and II follow. (B) Only II and III follow. (C) Only III and I follow. (D) All follow. 27. Statements : All those political prisoners were released on bail who went for reasons other than poli ti cal inciden ts, but bail o f such prisoners was rejected who were involved in murder. Conclusions : I. None of the political prisoners was involved in murder. II. Some politicians were not arrested. (A) Only conclusion I follows the statement (B) Only conclusion II follows the statement (C) Either conclusion I or conclusion II follows the statement (D) Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows the statement
(A) D (B) A (C) B (D) G 29. If × means –, ÷ means + , – means ÷, + means ×, then 64 ÷ 32 – 8 × 4 + 6 = ? (A) 44 (B) 28 (C) – 28 (D) None of these 30. In the following list of English alphabets, one alphabet has not been used. Identify the same. ENUNGFRJVLPOWKJEN UGFEBARMTPIDOGHOZJ QCRVPOLJFXYTHIQEM (A) S (B) T (C) G (D) P 31. If southeast becomes north, then what will northeast become ? (A) North (B) South (C) East (D) West 32. Poining towards a girl Sameer said, "She is the daughter of only son of my paternal grandfather." How is the girl related to Sameer ? (A) Sister (B) Cousin (C) Daughter (D) Cannot be determined Directions : In questions no. 33 to 37, a series is given, with one term missing. Choose the correct alternative from the given ones that will complete the series. 33. 0, 4, 6, 3, 7, 9, 6, ?, 12 (A) 8 (B) 10 (C) 11 (D) 14 34. Z, U, Q, ?, L (A) I (B) K (C) M (D) N 35. BCB, DED, FGF, HIH, ? (A) HII (B) JKJ (C) IKI (D) LML
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39.
REASON 5 BELIEVED 7 GOVERNMENT (A) 8 (B) 9 (C) 10 (D) 6 6 1965 (A) 6
1972
(B) 6
1974
(C) 6
1970
(D) 6
1971
40.
36
5 30 46.
(A) 16
(B) 10
(C) 15
(D) 20
41.
42.
:
MINORITY (A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
P, Q, R, S, T, U, V 1.
T
R
2.
S, P
3.
V, U
4.
Q, S
W
5.
W, U
S
MN
W :
V P
(A) R, P (C) R, V
47. (B) Q, W (D) U, V
43. PQRSTABCDEPQRSABCDEPQR SABCDPQ (A) R (B) T (C) A (D) B 44.
(A) (C)
(B) (D)
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37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
PBQ, QCR, RDS, SET, ? (A) UGT (B) TEU (C) TFU (D) TGU O, 6, M, 13, K, 19, I , 26, G, ?, ? (A) 33, E (B) 32, E (C) 32, D (D) 33, D If REASON is coded as 5 and BELIEVED as 7, what is the code for GOVERNMENT ? (A) 8 (B) 9 (C) 10 (D) 6 If Sheela celebrated her marriage anniversary on Wednesday, 6th January 1965, when will she celebrate her marriage anniversary on the same day ? (A) 6th January 1972 (B) 6th January 1974 (C) 6th January 1970 (D) 6th January 1971 There is a decrease of 5 months in the average age of 36 boys of a class, when a new boy comes in place of a boy whose age was 30 years. What is the age of the new boy ? (A) 16 years (B) 10 years (C) 15 years (D) 20 years How many pairs of letters are there in the word MINORITY which have as many letters between them as they have in alphabetical serices ? (A) None (B) One (C) Two (D) Three P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are sitting round a circle and are facing the centre. 1. P is the second to the right of T who is the immediate neighbour of R and V. 2. S is not the neighbour of P. 3. V is the neighbour of U. 4. Q is not between S and W. 5. W is not between U and S. Whic h two o f t he fo ll owing are no t neighbours ? (A) R, P (B) Q, W (C) R, V (D) U, V What should come next in the following letter series ? PQRSTABCDEPQRSABCDEPQR SABCDPQ (A) R (B) T (C) A (D) B In a queue of children, Kashish is fifth from the left and Mona is sixth from the right. When they interchange their places among themselves, Kashish becomes thirteenth from the left. Then, what will be Mona's position from the right ? (A) 4th (B) 8th (C) 14th (D) 15th
45.
If a mirror is placed on the line AB, then which of the answer figures is the right image of the given figure ? Question figure :
Answer figures :
46.
If a mirror is place on the line MN, then which of the following answer figures will be the correct reflection of the question figure? Question Figure :
Answer Figures :
47.
In the following questions given format is made on a transparent page and folded along the dotted line, then how will it be visible ? Question Figure:
Answer Figures:
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50. : I 0
4 5
II 9
, 'A' 01, 34, 42 'H' 65, 86, 98 “FAITH”
:
49. :
(A) (B) (C) (D)
43, 42, 41, 78, 39 31, 34, 23, 76, 79 24, 31, 10, 59, 57 12, 20, 40, 68, 65
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A piece of paper is folded and cut as shown below in the question figures. From the given answer figures, indicate how it will appear when opened ? Question Figures:
Answer Figures:
49.
50.
A word is represented by only one set of numbers as g ive n in a ny one of the alternatives. The sets of numbers given in the alternatives are represented by two classes of alphabets as in the two matrices given below. The columns and rows of MatrixI are numbered from 0 to 4 and that of MatrixII are numbered from 5 to 9. A lett er from thes e matric es can be represented first by its row and next by its column, e.g., 'A' can be represented by 01, 34, 42 etc., and 'H' can be represented by 65, 86, 98 etc. Similarly, you have to identify the set for the word. "FAITH"
Identify the answer figure that completes the pattern in the question figure. Question Figure :
(A) (B) (C) (D)
43, 42, 41, 78, 39 31, 34, 23, 76, 79 24, 31, 10, 59, 57 12, 20, 40, 68, 65
Answer Figures :
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) 51.
52.
A
45% =
3 B, 5
1
(B)
3
(C) 0 53.
(B)
1
(D)
3 sin + sin2 = 1,
54.
4x tan 3
(A) 70º (C) 50º
(A) 6 (C) 8
3
cos8 + cos4 + 2cos6 – 1
60
2:5
(A) 30 (C) 40
a3 + b3 + c3 –
` 416 8%
(B) 20 (D) 45
(4692 + 46)
63.
(B) 0 (D) 46
64.
(B) ` 24000 (D) ` 1600
47
(A) 2 (C) 47
(152, 150, 148, 146, 144 .......) 126 (A) 24 (C) 27
–
(B) 23 (D) 29
65.
4624
2
3.5
–
2
(A) 998
(B) 976 2
(C) 1001
2
(D) 1009
2
66. 5 7
(B) 18.66 (D) 19.4
2
1 sin A cos A cos A + cos A 1 sin A 1 sin A (B) 1 (D) cosA
6 –
(A) 27.34
2
(B) 29.39
2
(C) 23.36
2
(D) 34.28
2
67. 2:7
(A) 0 (C) sin A
6 –
4
1
(B) 4 (D) 2
62.
14 11
(A) 16.5 (C) 17.8
12 –
10
2
sin sin 2 1 cos 1 cos (A) 45º (B) 90º (C) 60º (D) 30º
58.
(B) 75º (D) 90º
61.
3
(A) 1 (B) 1 (C) 2 (D) 0 a = 33, b = 32, c = 31 3abc (A) 0 (B) 216 (C) 288 (D) 192 2 10 (A) ` 2200 (C) ` 2000
59.
D
3
tan (x – y).tan (x + y) = 1 ,
(C)
57.
A, B, C –
'y'
(D) 1
(A) 1
56.

(A) 7 : 20 (B) 20 : 7 (C) 4 : 3 (D) 3 : 4 tan 3 . tan 6 = 1 , tan 3
(A)
55.
60. A:B
3:4
(A) 56 : 9 (C) 9 : 56
– (B) 76 : 9 (D) 22 : 56
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Part  II (Quantitative Aptitude) 51.
52.
3 of B, then A : B is5 (A) 7 : 20 (B) 20 : 7 (C) 4 : 3 (D) 3 : 4 If tan 3 . tan 6 = 1, then find the value of tan 3 . (A)
53.
1
(B)
3
(C) 0 (D) 1 If tan (x – y).tan (x + y) = 1, then find the
(A) 1 (C)
55.
56.
57.
1
61. (B) (D)
3
2
3 3 If sin + sin2 = 1, then find the value of cos8 + cos4 + 2cos6  1. (A) 1 (B) 1 (C) 2 (D) 0 If a = 33, b = 32, c = 31, then find the value of a3 + b3 + c3 – 3abc. (A) 0 (B) 216 (C) 288 (D) 192 On what sum of money will the C.I. of 2 yrs be the same as the S.I. on ` 416 for 10 yrs, the rate of interest being 8% per annum? (A) ` 2200 (B) ` 24000 (C) ` 2000 (D) ` 1600 The value of in (A) 45º (C) 60º
sin sin 2 is – 1 cos 1 cos (B) 90º (D) 30º
62.
63.
64.
65.
th
58.
59.
14 On walking at of his usual speed, a 11 boy reaches 4 minutes earlier to his school. Find the usual time taken by him to reach the school. (A) 16.5 min (B) 18.66 min (C) 17.8 min (D) 19.4 min Find the value of 1 cos A . 1 sin A (A) 0 (C) sin A
In the given figure A, B, C, D are points on a circle, then the value of 'y' is –
3
4x value of tan . 3
54.
60.
If 45% of A =
1 sin A cos 2 A + cos A 1 sin A
(B) 1 (D) cosA
66.
67.
(A) 70º (B) 75º (C) 50º (D) 90º The product of two numbers is 12 times the difference of these two numbers. If the sum of these numbers is 10, then the larger number is – (A) 6 (B) 4 (C) 8 (D) 2 The L.C.M. and H.C.F. of two numbers are 60 and 6 respectively. If the ratio of both the numbers is 2:5, then the larger of two numbers is – (A) 30 (B) 20 (C) 40 (D) 45 What will be the remainder when (4692 + 46) is divided by 47 ? (A) 2 (B) 0 (C) 47 (D) 46 The average of the terms of the given series (152, 150, 148, 146, 144 .......) is 126. Then, the total number of terms in this series will be – (A) 24 (B) 23 (C) 27 (D) 29 The area of a square field is 4624 m2 and there is a path of 3.5 m width around its periphery, the area of the path is – (A) 998 m2 (B) 976 m2 2 (C) 1001 m (D) 1009 m2 The lengths of two adjacent sides of a parallelogram 5 cm and 6 cm respectively. One of its diagonals is 7cm long, the area of the parallelogram is – (A) 27.34 cm2 (B) 29.39 cm2 (C) 23.36 cm2 (D) 34.28 cm2 If the ratio of heights and radii of two cones are respectively 2 : 7 and 3 : 4, the ratio of their volumes is – (A) 56 : 9 (B) 76 : 9 (C) 9 : 56 (D) 22 : 56
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8
90º
– (A) 18.28 (C) 17.24
2
6 3 3
? (B) 386 (D) 448
70.
(B) 9
(C) 8
1 % 3
(D) 10 %
3
(A) ` 4000 (C) ` 3500 (A) ` 700 (C) ` 750
(B) ` 450 (D) ` 500
78. –
(B) 70 (D) 75
79.
12
B
16
C
C A
–
24 x4 +
80.
72.
(A) 10
2 4
(B) 8
(C) 10
2 3
(D) 11
2 4 7 3
81.
A, B
19 B
(A) 54 (C) 60 73.
x=4+ 6 (A) 2 + 2 6
74.
1 % 3
(` ) – (B) ` 3250 (D) ` 3500 (` ) – (B) ` 3250 (D) ` 5250
(A) ` 2500 (C) ` 2000
78
71.
1 % 2
77. 3
68 (A) 65 (C) 68 A B
(A) 8 2
69. 2 72 (A) 416 (C) 432
–
2
(B) 19.96 (D) 13.42
2
76.
(B) 57 (D) 63 (x2 – 6x + 4)
1 = 167 , x4
x3
1 x3
–
(A) 15 14
(B) 12 15
(C) 15 15
(D) 16 15 x4 – 10x3 + 10x2 – 9x + 11 (B) 1 (D) 0
x=9 (A) 10 (C) 11
3
82.
–
1 3
6
–
1 3
(B) 2 2 6
(C) 2 6 (D) 3 6 sin 1 = cos 32º cos 2 = sin 63º – 1 2 1+ 2 (A) 84º (B) 72º (C) 85º (D) 76º (7579):
(A) 48
(B) 54
(C) 52
(D) 44
83.
84.
3, 7, 11, 15, 19,....... (41 (A) 89 (C) 87 A B
)
(B) 93 (D) 83
C
A 25
B C
75
B ? (A) 50
(B) 85
(C) 70
(D) 75
85.
,7 308
75.
– (A) ` 250 (C) ` 750
(B) ` 200 (D) ` 500
(A) 238 (C) 248
4 2
11
(B) 242 (D) 258
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69.
70.
71.
A chord of a circle of radius 8 cm makes an angle of 90º at the centre. Area of the minor segment made by the chord is – (A) 18.28 cm2 (B) 19.96 cm2 2 (C) 17.24 cm (D) 13.42 cm2 What will be the volume of a prism whose base area is 72 cm2 and height is 6 cm? (A) 416 cm3 (B) 386 cm3 (C) 432 cm3 (D) 448 cm3 The average marks of a student in four subjects is 68. If the student obtains 78 marks in the fifth subject, then the new average is – (A) 65 (B) 70 (C) 68 (D) 75 A and B can do a work in 12 days, B and C can do the same work in 16 days while C and A can do it in 24 days. How long will they take to finish it together? (A) 10
2 days 4
(B) 8
2 days 4
2 7 days (D) 11 days 3 3 A is twice as efficient as B. Together they can do a work in 19 days. In how many days will B finish the work? (A) 54 days (B) 57 days (C) 60 days (D) 63 days
76.
(A) 8
73.
If x = 4 + 6 , then the value of (x2 – 6x + 4) is – (A) 2 + 2 6
77.
78.
79.
80.
If x4 +
81.
82.
(B) 12 15
(C) 15 15 (D) 16 15 The value of the expression x4– 10x3 + 10x2 – 9x + 11 at x = 9 is – (A) 10 (B) 1 (C) 11 (D) 0 A car can cover a certain distance in 3
1 hours. If the speed is increased by 3
1 hours less 3 time to cover the same distance. Find the initial speed of the car. (A) 48 km/hr (B) 54 km/hr (C) 52 km/hr (D) 44 km/hr Find out the value of the middle term of the series – 3, 7, 11, 15, 19....... upto 41 terms. (A) 89 (B) 93 (C) 87 (D) 83 A can do a certain work in the same time in which B and C together can do it. If A and B together can do the same work in 25 days and C alone can do it in 75 days then in how many days B can do the work ? (A) 50 days (B) 85 days (C) 70 days (D) 75 days Running at the same constant rate, 7 identical machines can produce a total of 308 balls in 4 minutes. How many balls can be produced by11 such machines in 2 minutes running at the same rate. (A) 238 balls (B) 242 balls (C) 248 balls (D) 258 balls 6 km/hr, then it would take
83.
85.
Monthly expenditure on education is less than expenditure on rent by – (A) ` 250 (B) ` 200 (C) ` 750 (D) ` 500
1 % 3
1 1 3 = 167, then value of x 3 is – x4 x
(A) 15 14
84.
75.
(B) 9
1 % (D) 10 % 3 Monthly expenditure on miscellaneous, is (in `) – (A) ` 2500 (B) ` 3250 (C) ` 2000 (D) ` 3500 Monthly expenditure on food is (in `) – (A) ` 4000 (B) ` 3250 (C) ` 3500 (D) ` 5250 Monthly saving is more than the monthly expenditure on education by – (A) ` 700 (B) ` 450 (C) ` 750 (D) ` 500
(B) 2 2 6
(C) 2 6 (D) 3 6 74. If sin 1 = cos 32º and cos 2 = sin 63º, where 1 and 2 are acute angles, then the value of 1+ 2 is – (A) 84º (B) 72º (C) 85º (D) 76º Directions (7579): Study the pie chart and answer the questions based on it.
1 % 2
(C) 8
(C) 10 72.
Expe nditure on ren t is mo re t ha n expenditure on miscellaneous purchase by –
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(C) 19%
(D) 20%
A, B
64
` 1455
C
A
2 5
5 8
B
(D) ` 194
200
(C)
195
(D)
195
93.
5%, 10%
(A) ` 11,500
(B) ` 10,000
(C) ` 10,500
(D) ` 11,000
94.
200
1 2
x
x
95. B
? 400 19
250 (C) 19
(B)
96.
200 17
x: y
1 3 x
(x 60 x 54 x 47 x 41 1)
(B) 1
(C) 0
(D) 5
2
32
8
(A) 8
(B) 10
(C) 6
(D) 12
PQR
‘O’
(B) 54
(C) 52
(D) 58
98.
` 9,900
90.
10% 10%
OX PQ, ?
QX PX (A) PX > QX
(B) PX < QX
(C) PX = QX
(D) PX =
– (A) 42
?
(B) 4 : 3 (D) 6 : 5
(A) –1
97. 14
270
20%
8
300 (D) 19
89.
15 %, y
(A) 3 : 4 (C) 5 : 4
1 8 2
A
(A)
(B)
` 12,243
(C) ` 188
9
200
A (B) ` 182
B
C
(A)
6%
(A) ` 196
A
60
?
(A) 18%
B
88.
403 5:00
36 25
87.
92.
2
ABC BC
A
AB = 24
(A) 20
(B) 25
(C) 30
(D) 35
QX 2 AC = 7
,
99.
(A) 1
1 % 99
(C) 1% 91.
50
860% + 860
(B) 1
1 % 99
(D) 1% 50%
6 (A) 8 : 5 (C) 5 : 8
8 (B) 3 : 7 (D) 4 : 9
100. K 4x + 3y = 8
(k –1)x + (k + 7)y = 3k +9
(A) 430
(B) 516
(A) –14
(B) –21
(C) 860
(D) 960
(C) –17
(D) –31
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At what compound rate of interest will a sum be
92.
36 times of itself in 2 years if the rate of 25
interest is annually ?
87.
(A) 18%
(B) 22%
(C) 19%
(D) 20%
` 1455 is divided among A, B and C in such a way that the share of A is
2 times share 5
of B, while the share of B is
93.
5 times the 8
deposit amounts to ` 12,243 at the end of third y ear, then the initial depo sit (principal) was
share of C. Find the share of A ?
88.
(A) ` 196
(B) ` 182
(C) ` 188
(D) ` 194
94.
(A) ` 11,500 (B) ` 10,000 (C) ` 10,500 (D) ` 11,000 If 15 % of x is same as 20% of y then x : y is: (A) 3 : 4 (B) 4 : 3 (C) 5 : 4 (D) 6 : 5
95.
If x
A and B can complete a race of 200 m in 8
1 1 seconds and 9 seconds respectively. If 2 2
they run together, then how far behind will B be when A completes the race ?
(B) 54 km/hr
(C) 52 km/hr
(D) 58 km/hr
(C) PX = QX
250 m 19
200 (B) m 17
(D)
A train crosses a telegraph pole in 14 seconds and a 270 m long bridge in 32 seconds. The speed of the train is –
A T. V. manufacturer sells two televisions
(A) 1
1 % profit 99
(C) 1% profit
96.
300 m 19
at ` 9,900 each. He earned a profit of 10% on the first one and suffered 10% loss on another. Net loss or profit percent is
91.
(x 60 x 54 x 47 x 41 1) .
(A) 42 km/hr
(C)
90.
1 3 then find the value of x
(A) –1 (B) 1 (C) 0 (D) 5 The length of the direct common tangent of two circles of radii 2 cm and 8 cm is 8 cm. Then the distance between the centres of the circles is (A) 8 cm (B) 10 cm (C) 6 cm (D) 12 cm If the circumcentre of PQR triangle is ‘O’ and OX PQ, what is the relation between PX and QX ? (A) PX > QX (B) PX < QX
400 (A) m 19
89.
Delhi and Jaipur are 403 km apart. An express bus leaves Delhi for Jaipur at 5 am and runs at an average speed of 60 km/hr. Another delux bus leaves Jaipur for Delhi at the same time and runs at an average speed of 64 km/hr. Where will the two buses meet ? (A) 200 km from Delhi (B) 200 km from Jaipur (C) 195 km from Delhi (D) 195 km from Jaipur A bank gives compound interest on deposits at the rate of 5% for the first year, 6% for second year and 10% for the third year. If a
(B) 1
1 % loss 99
(D) 1% loss
860% of 50 + 50% of 860 is equal to (A) 430
(B) 516
(C) 860
(D) 960
97.
(D) PX =
QX 2
98.
ABC is right angled at A. If AB = 24 mm and AC = 7 mm, then BC is (A) 20 mm (B) 25 mm (C) 30 mm (D) 35 mm 99. Find the ratio of total surface area to the lateral surface area of a cone, if base radius and height are 6 cm and 8 cm respectively. (A) 8 : 5 (B) 3 : 7 (C) 5 : 8 (D) 4 : 9 100. For what value of K, following equations have no solution 4x + 3y = 8 and (k –1)x + (k + 7)y = 3k +9 (A) –14 (B) –21 (C) –17 (D) –31
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III (
) 111.
101.
(A) (B) (C) (D)
(A) (B) (C) (D) 102.
112. (A) (B) (C) (D)
1793 1784 1773 1813
(B) (D)
(A) 1975 (C) 1977
(B) 1976 (D) 1979
(A) (C)
(B) (D)
(A) (C)
(B) (D)
113.
103. 114.
(A) (B) (C) (D)
115.
104. (A) (C)
(A) (C)
(B) (D)
116. (A)
105. (B) (C)
(A) (B) (C) (D)
(D)
106. (A) (C)
(B) (D)
107. (A) (B) (C) (D) 108. (A) (C)
(B) (D)
(A) (C)
(B) (D)
109.
110. (A) (B) (C) (D)
117. ‘SCOPE’ (A) (B) (C) (D) 118. (A) (B) (C) (D) 119. (A) (C) 120.
–
(B) (D)
(A) (B) (C) (D)
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Part  III (General Awareness) 101. Who was the founder of the ‘Satya Shodhak Samaj’ ? (A) Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar (B) Narayan Guru (C) V.R. Shinde (D) Jyotiba Phule 102. After which Act Governor General acquired a new title in India ? (A) Charter Act 1793 (B) Pitts India Act 1784 (C) Regulating Act 1773 (D) Charter Act 1813 103. Rabi crops is sown at the beginning – (A) October – December (B) October – November (C) October  January (D) March – April 104. Which revenue system among the following is also known as the Bandobast System ? (A) Zakat (B) Dahsala (C) Nasaq (D) Kankut 105. Salal is the Hydro Power Project in – (A) Punjab (B) Haryana (C) Jammu and Kashmir (D) Himachal Pradesh 106. What is the modern name of Askini rever ? (A) Chenab (B) Ganga (C) Yamuna (D) Jhelam 107. How the interestlevel of a country is affected by FDI ? (A) increases (B) decreases (C) remains unaffected (D) there is increase or decrease 108. Which one among the following is not a form of carbon ? (A) Graphene (B) Graphite (C) Fullerene (D) Quartz 109. The famous Akshardham temple is situated in which city ? (A) Agartala (B) Ahmedabad (C) Gandhi Nagar (D) Amritsar 110. The power of decide an Election Petition for the State in vested in the – (A) Parliament (B) Supreme Court (C) High Courts (D) Election Commission
111. The revenue estimates of the Budget in India are prepared by (A) the Central Board of Direct Taxes (B) the Cabinet Secretariat (C) the respective commissions (D) the Ministry of Finance 112. Which place was known as – Granary of the East in Modern History ? (A) Bengal (B) Surat (C) Bombay (D) Culcutta 113. When were th e Fundame nt al Dut ie s incorporated in the Constitution ? (A) 1975 (B) 1976 (C) 1977 (D) 1979 114. Wedening of a river valley takes place due to – (A) Corrosion (B) Lateral erosion (C) Corrasion (D) Hydraulic action 115. Fascism does not comply with (A) Liberty (B) Democracy (C) Discipline (D) Voting 116. What causes the change of seasons ? (A) Earth’s rotation and revolution (B) Earth’s revolution (C) Earth’s revolution and inclination of its axis (D) Earth’s rotation and inclination of its axis 117. ‘SCOPE’ is the abbreviated form of – (A) S ta nding Con ference of Public Enterprises (B) S elec tion C om missio n o f Public Enterprises (C) S pe cialist Commit te e of Public Enterprises (D) None of the abvoe 118. Cement is made hard with (A) dehydration (B) hydration and dissociation of water (C) dissociation of water (D) polymerisation 119. During the reign of Bindusara there was unrest at _______ . (A) Ujjayani (B) Pushkalavati (C) Takshasila (D) Rajagriha 120. The pass located at the southern end of the Nilgiri Hills of South India India is called (A) the Bhorghat Pass (B) the Palghat Gap (C) the Bolan Pass (D) the Thalghat pass
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131. (A) (B) (A)
(C)
(B)
(D) 132.
(C) (D) 122. (A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
133.
123. (A) (A) 1
(B) 6
(B)
(C) 8
(D) 6
(C) (D)
124. 134.
(A) (A)
117
(B)
266
(B)
(C)
306
(D)
307
(C) (D)
125. 135. (A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
126.
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
136.
(A)
(A)
(B)
(B)
(C)
(C)
(D)
(D)
127. 137.
(A)
(A)
(B)
(B)
(C)
(C)
(D)
(D)
128. (A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
138.
______ (A) (B)
129.
(C)
(A)
(D)
(B)
139.
(C)
(A)
(D) 130.
(B) (A) 1764 (C) 1858
(B) 1789 (D) 1868
(C) (D)
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================================================================================== 121. If people’s income of a country is denoted in a curved line space that it has increased, then what does it denote ? (A) the income is increasing (B) the income is decreasing (C) dissimilarity is decreasing in income distribution (D) dissimilarity in income distribution is increasing 122. From which place in Harappan civilization lazward has imported ? (A) Maharastra (B) Himalaya (C) Mesopotamia (D) Afghanistan 123. An ordinance promulgated by the President must be placed before the Parliament within how much time after the start of its session ? (A) 1 month (B) 6 weeks (C) 8 weeks (D) 6 months 124. The provision that “no bill imposing tax can be introduced in the legislature except on the recommendation of the President” is covered in the Constitution of India under– (A) Article 117 (B) Article 266 (C) Article 306 (D) Article 307 125. Which of the following enzymes aid in coagulation of blood ? (A) Amylase (B) Rennin (C) Pepsin (D) Tryptase 126. Bulbils takes part in – (A) Sexual reproduction (B) Vegetative reproduction (C) Food storage (D) Respiration 127. A falling drop of rain water acquires the spherical shape due to – (A) Gravitational Force (B) Atmospheric Pressure (C) Surface Tension (D) Viscosity 128. Hydrochloric acid is also known is – (A) Galic acid (B) Picric acid (C) Muriatic acid (D) Chloric acid 129. Organisms that generate energy using light are– (A) Oligotrophs (B) Chemorganotrophs (C) Chemolithotrophs (D) Phototrophs 130. The export of slaves from Bengal was banned in which year ? (A) 1764 (B) 1789 (C) 1858 (D) 1868
131. Monazite ore of Thorium mineral is found in– (A) desert sands, Rajasthan (B) granite rocks, Meghalaya (C) basaltic rocks, Maharashtra (D) the beach sands, Kerala 132. The place located at the confluence of Alakananda and Pindar rivers is– (A) Rudraprayag (B) Karnaprayag (C) Devaprayag (D) Vishnuprayag 133. Small farmers in the country have been defined as those farmers having land holdings of – (A) below one hectare (B) one to two hectare (C) two to three hectare (D) three to four hectare 134. “Standard of living’ refers to (A) Increase in income (B) Increase in comforts and luxuries (C) Combination of necessaries, comforts and luxuries (D) Change in an individuals outlook 135. Who said ‘Supply creates its own demand’ ? (A) Adam Smith (B) J.B. Say (C) Marshall (D) Ricardo 136. Stomata Opens and closes due to (A) Turgor pressure of guard cells (B) Root pressure (C) Positive pressure (D) Imbibitional pressure 137. Say’s Law of Market holds that– (A) supply is not equal to demand (B) supply creates its own demand (C) demand creates its own supply (D) supply is greater than demand 138. Tyndall effect is due to – (A) Refraction (B) Dispersion (C) Brownian Motion (D) Reflection 139. Buoyancy of a tax is defined as– (A) percentage increase in tax revenue/ percentage increase in tax base (B) increase in tax revenue/percentage increase in tax coverage (C) increase in tax revenue/increase in tax base (D) percentage increase in tax revenue/ increase in tax coverage
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146. (A) (C)
R
(B) (D)
141.
(A) nR (A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
142.
‘n’
(C)
n R
(B)
(D)
R n R n2
147. (A) 25
(A)
(B) 72
(B)
(C) 150
(C)
(D) 300
(D)
143.
148. (A) (B)
(A)
(C)
(B)
(D)
(C)
144.
(D) (A)
149.
(B) (C) (D)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
150.
145. (A) 1 (B) 1 (C) 1 (D) 1
(A) (B) (C) (D)
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(B) Morphine
(C) Isoniazid
(D) Artemisinin
142. The rate of heart beat of an elephant is about – (A) 25 times/minutes
146. A wire of resistance R is cut into ‘n’ equal parts. These parts are then connected in parallel. The equivalent resistance of the combination will be – (A) nR
(C)
n R
(B)
(D)
R n R n2
147. Who started – Al – Hilal news paper ?
(B) 72 times/minute
(A) Maulana Abul Kalam Azad
(C) 150 times/minute
(B) Jawahar Lal Nehru
(D) 300 times/minute
(C) Sardar Ballabh Bhai Patel
143. The causative organism of ‘Kala – azar’ is– (A) Trypanosoma gambiense (B) Leishmania donovani
(D) None of these 148. The “Last Supper” a famous Renaissance Painting was a master piece of _______.
(C) Plasmodium vivax
(A) Michael Angelo
(D) Trichomonas vaginalis
(B) Titian
144. It is possible to store pollen grains of a large number of species for years in – (A) Liquid hydrogen (B) Liquid oxygen
(C) Leonardo da Vinci (D) Raphael 149. “A small state is proportionately stronger than a large one.” Whose statement is this ?
(C) Solid hydrogen
(A) Aristotle
(B) Plato
(D) Liquid nitrogen
(C) Rousseau
(D) Laski
145. While ascending a hill, the driver of the vehicle keeps the gear ratio – (A) equal to 1 (B) less than 1 (C) greater than 1 (D) either equal to or greater than 1
150. Which among the following component of MSOffice is used for accounting purpose ? (A) Microsoft View (B) Microsoft Word (C) Microsoft Excel (D) Microsoft Publish
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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 h a s an error and blacken the oval [ ] corresponding to the appropriate letter (A), (B), (C). If a sentence is free from error, blacken the oval corresponding to (D) in the Answer Sheet. 151. We cannot take the politicians seriously (A)/ because they blow hot and cold (B)/ in the same breath. (C)/ No error (D) 152. Much of your success and prosperity in life (A)/ depend upon (B)/ your own efforts. (C)/ No error (D) 153. I believe that the persons engaged in the teaching line (A)/ are doing (B)/ the best services to the nation. (C)/ No error (D) 154. The division of their father's property (A)/ proved an apple of discord (B)/ among the two brothers. (C)/ No error (D) 155. It is no use learning by wrote (A)/ any phrase (B)/ which you do not understand. (C)/ No error (D) Directions : In Question nos. 156 to 160, sentences given with blanks to be filled in with an appropriate word(s). 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. What is the _____ for judging whether it is good or bad ? (A) criterion
(B) criteria
(C) evidence
(D) reason
157. John totally disapproved _____ his friend Deniel's behaviour at the social gathering. (A) with (B) off (C) of (D) in 158. Students must _____ their teachers whenever they meet them. (A) engage (B) congratulate (C) greet
(D) regard
159. Every man in this world wishes to live long but nobody _____ to grow old. (A) wanted
(B) wants
(C) will want
(D) would want
160. His company was _____ after by all. (A) seek (C) seeking
(B) sought (D) seeker
Direction: In Question nos. 161 to 165, a sentence/ a part of the sentence is underlined. Below are given alternatives to the underlined part at (A), (B), (C) which may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is needed your answer is (D). Mark your answer in the Answer Sheet. 161. We need honest workers, not people of redoubtable integrity. (A) doubting (B) doubtful (C) doubtless (D) No improvement 162. They set a strong guard, lest any one could escape. (A) would (B) might (C) should (D) No improvement 163. He is still in vigorous health although he is on the right side of sixty. (A) wrong (B) left (C) negative (D) No improvement 164. Many people find it difficult to make both hands meet. (A) both accounts (B) both hands to mouth (C) both ends meet (D) No improvement 165. Young children are not physically capable to carry these loads. (A) have to carry these loads (B) of carrying these loads (C) carry these loads (D) No improvement Directions : In Question nos. 166 to 168 out of the four alternatives, choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the given word and mark it in the Answer Sheet. 166. ASKANCE (A) awry (B) obliquely (C) to look with disdain (D) without disapprobation 167. CAMARADERIE (A) suspicion (B) hostility (C) frank (D) friendliness 168. HALIDOM (A) sanctity (B) holiday (C) present (D) hell
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(B) villain
(C) honorable
(D) victorious
170. PROLIX (A) common
(B) attractive
(C) short and crisp (D) bulging out 171. HECTIC
Direction : In Question nos. 181 to 185, four alternative are given for the Idiom/Phrase in the sentence. Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the Idiom/Phrase and mark it in the Answer Sheet. 181. To throw up the sponge (A) to accept the challenge (B) to forget the past offences (C) to admit defeat (D) to send message 182. To whitewash
(A) lazy
(B) lissome
(A) to clean a place
(C) vivacious
(D) supple
(B) to work hard
Directions : In question nos. 172 to 175, four words are given in each question, out of which only one word is correctly right. Find the correctly spelt word and mark your answer in the Answer Sheet.
(C) to retrieve damaged reputation (D) to use cosmetics 183. Grist to one's mill
(B) connoissure
(A) grain to be ground
(D) connosseur
(B) useful for one's purpose
173. (A) compaletness
(B) completeness
(C) income from will
(C) compliteness
(D) compleatness
(D) to work one's machine
172. (A) connoisseur (C) connoissurre
174. (A) fammiliarity
(B) familliarity
184. Between Scylla and Charybdis
(D) familiarity
(A) between two hills
175. (A) fermentation
(B) farmentasion
(B) between two rivers
(C) fermentason
(D) formentation
(C) between two enemies
(C) familiarrity
Directions : In Question nos. 176 to 180, 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.
(A) to dream (B) to recover from drinking bout (C) to be afraid of
176. On the box (A) Television
(B) Remote
(C) Movie
(D) Cinema
177. A place of sick people who need treatment or rest for a long period. (A) Hospital
(D) between two dangers 185. To see pink elephants
(B) Asylum
(D) to show courage Direction : In Question nos. 186 to 190, in the following passages some of the words have been left out. Read the passages carefully and choose the correct answer to each question out of the four alternative and fill in the blanks.
(C) Lunatic house (D) House 178. Government by one person. (A) Autocracy (B) Mobocracy (C) Democracy (D) Aristocracy 179. Likely to break apart easily. (A) Volatile (B) Fragile (C) Fortified (D) Solified 180. An imaginary name assumed by an author for disguise. (A) Alias
(B) Surname
(C) Half name
(D) Imaginary name
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186. (A) recess (C) excess 187. (A) water (C) milk
(B) process (D) confess (B) lemonade (D) alcohol
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================================================================================== 188. (A) substitute (B) subterfuge (C) susceptible (D) suffuse 189. (A) malnutrition (B) maladjustment (C) malpractice (D) malabsorption 190. (A) aggravates (B) increases (C) dulls (D) produces Direction : In Question nos. 191 to 200, you have two brief passages with 5 questions. Read the passage 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  I After lunch. I felt at a loose end and roamed about the little flat. It suited us well enough when mother was with me, but now I was by myself it was too large and I’d moved the dining room table into my bedroom. That was now the only room I used ; it had all the furniture I needed; a brass bedstead, a dressing table, some cane chairs whose seats had more or less caved in, a wardrobe with a tarnished mirror. The rest of the flat was never used, so I didn’t trouble to look after it. 191. The flat did not really suit him anymore because (A) the rooms were too small (B) he was living on his own now (C) his mother needed too much rooms (D) the flat itself was too little 192. He did not look after the rest of the flat because (A) he did not use it (B) the bedroom was much too large (C) he needed only the brass bedstead (D) he had too much furniture 193. “ ... now I was by myself it was too large”. The word it here refers to (A) the dining room table (B) the dining room (C) the bedroom (D) the flat 194. From the passage we learn that the writer was (A) scared of living alone in the flat (B) dissatisfied with the flat (C) satisfied with the space in his bedroom (D) an eccentric person 195. “After lunch I felt at a loose end” means because (A) he had nothing specific to do (B) had a rope with a loose end (C) had much work to do (D) has a feeling of anxiety
PASSAGE  II The overwhelming vote given by the greater part of the public has so far been in favour of films which pass the time easily and satisfy that part of our imagination which depends on the more obvious kind of daydreams. We make up for what we secretly regard as our deficiencies by watching the stimulating adventures of the other people who are stronger, more effective, or more beautiful than we are. The conventional stars act out our daydreams for us in a constant succession of exciting situations set in the open spaces, in the jungles or in the underworld of great cities which abounds in crime and violence. We would not dare to be in such situations but the situations are very exciting to watch since our youth is being spent in daytoday routine of school, office or home. 196. According to the passage, most of us prefer films which (A) overwhelm our imagination (B) depict our times (C) fulfil our secret wishes (D) appeal to our reason 197. By watching thrilling adventures in films we make up for (A) the effectiveness of our desires (B) the shortcomings in our life (C) the stimulation of our everyday life (D) the influence which we don’t have 198. Film stars present situations (A) which are familiar to us, the city dwellers (B) which we have seen only in jungles (C) which we meet everyday at work (D) which excite us 199. Whether we admit it to ourselves or not, are aware that (A) we are weak and plain (B) we are both powerful and handsome (C) we are as strong as film heroes (D) we are more beautiful than film stars 200. The daily life of students, officegoers and housewives is (A) full of new adventures (B) the same dull repetition (C) stimulating to their imagination (D) very exciting to them
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