Chhattisgarh Post Office postal Assistant and Sorting Asst exam answer key is been published on website. Here are IPO Chhattisgarh exam paper with full solution and question set A. This exam was conducted on 27th April 2014.

Here are full question paper with all four objective alternatives. Correct answer is highlighted in bold letters.

IPO Chhattisgarh Exam Paper and Answers:

  1. Which of the following types of light are strongly absorbed by plants?
    (A) violet and orange  (B) blue and red   (C) Indigo and yellow   (D) yellow and violet
  2. The Nobel Prize was instituted by which country-
    (A) USA    (B) UK    (C) Russia   (D) Sweden
  3. World Tourism Day, is observed as –
    (A) September 27    (B) November 14    (C) January 25   (D) December 10
  4. Who wrote ‘Jungle Book’?
    (A) Mohd. Salim    (B) Rudyard Kipling    (C) Sibhu    (D) None of the above
  5. What is the Web Search Engine?
    1. It is an engine to download songs and movie from a particular website
    2. It is an engine designed to look out for the information in internet
    3. It is an engine designed to extract confidential information like password, account-ID through internet
    4. Both ‘A’ and ‘C’
  6. The famous player Pele is associated with which of the following games?
    (A) Table Tennis    (B) Football    (C) Hockey    (D) Volleyball
  7. A Mughal Queen whose name was written on all the Mughal Firmans and inscribed on the coins was
    (A) MahamAnanga   (B) NurJahan   (C) Mumtaz Mahal    (D) Mariam Makani
  8. Arrange the following states in the decreasing order of literacy rate
    1. Tripura
    2. Kerala
    3. Goa
    4. Himachal Pradesh
      1. 3, 4, 1, 2
      2. 4, 3, 1, 2
      3. 2, 1, 3, 4
      4. 3, 1, 4, 2
  9. Haldia refinery is located in
    1. Paschim Banga
    2. Bihar
    3. Andhra Pradesh
    4. Odisha
  10. In which year was the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) founded?
    (A) 1967    (B) 1969    (C) 1970    (D) 1974
  11. Hard copy of a document is…………….
    1. Printed on printer
    2. Stored in floppy
    3. Store in CD
    4. Store in hard disk
  12. Who of the following is the author of the book ‘Imagining India: Ideas for the New Century’?
    1. Arvind Adiga
    2. MJ Akbar
    3. Nandan Nilekani
    4. Shashi Tharoor
  13. The three medals India won in Beijing Olympics were in-
    1. Shooting, Boxing and Wrestling
    2. Badminton, Chess and Shooting
    3. Badminton, Shooting & Boxing
    4. Shooting, Archery and Wrestling
  14. Which of the following leader never became the president of Indian Nation Congress?
    (A) DadabhaiNaoroji   (B) JL Nehru   (C) Motilal Nehru   (D BalGangadharTilak
  15. Which one of the following plants is popularly grown along the road for absorbing vehicular pollutants?
    (A) Nerium    (B) Neem    (C) Bougainvillea    (D) Calotropis
  16. Which of he following country became the first country to succeeded in extracting natural gas from frozen methane hydrate?
    1. China
    2. USA
    3. Canada
    4. Japan
  17. Which of the following organizations is the oldest?
    (A) IMF    (B) WHO    (C) ILO    (D) FAO
  18. Name the film which won11 Oscar at the 76th Annual Academy Awards
    1. The lord of Rings: The Return of the King
    2. Mystic River
    3. Cold Mountain
    4. Monster
  19. January 1 is observed as –
    1. Global Family day
    2. World red cross day
    3. World telecommunication day
    4. Commonwealth day
  20. Amrita Pritam’s work “A Revenue Stamp” is
    1. A book of stories
    2. A novel
    3. A biography
    4. An autobiography
  21. Which one among the following is the top processor of the computer in the world?
    (A) Intel     (B) Opteron     (C) Consly      (D) None of these
  22. Which one do you need for tennis?
    (A) A helmet    (B) A racket    (C) Flippers    (D) A basket
  23. PremVatika, poems on the life of Krishna, were composed by
    (A) Bihari    (B) Surdas    (C) Raskhan    (D) Kabir
  24. The sea coast of which one of the following states has become famous as a nesting place for the Giant Olive Ridley turtles from South America?
    1. Goa
    2. Gujarat
    3. Odisha
    4. Tamil Nadu
  25. When lake starts freezing, the formation of the ice will start first at the
    (A) bottom    (B) middle    (C) top    (D) none of these
  26. What will be the inverse ration of 17 : 19?
    1. 19 : 17
    2. 18 : 17
    3. 17 : 18
    4. 19 : 5
  27. Find the value of:
    CH - Question27
  1. 18.25
  2. 19
  3. 18
  4. 19.5
  • Find the value of:
    CH - Question28

    1. 1(1/3)
    2. 1(1/2)
    3. 5/6
    4. 1
  • Arrange 7/12, 2/13and 3/8 in the ascending order.
    CH - Question29
  • At simple interest, a sum becomes 3 times in 20 years. Find the time in which the sum will be double at the same rate of interest?
    (A) 8year    (B) 10 year    (C) 12 year    (D) 14 year
  • The compound interest on Rs. 60000 at 7% pa is Rs. 8694. Find the period.
    1. 2 year
    2. 8 year
    3. 3 year
    4. 4 year
  • Find the value of :
    89% of ? + 365 = 1075.22

    1. 798
    2. 897
    3. 898
    4. 752
  • Find out the average of first 15 odd numbers:
    (A) 18      (B) 14     (C) 20      (D) 15
  • Find the SP when CP is Rs. 40 and loss is 25%. (Wrong Question/ Answer – Marks for All)
    (A) Rs. 50 (B) Rs. 45 (C) Rs. 60 (D) Rs. 49
  • If the first year’s interest on a certain sum of money placed at 5% per annum compound interest is Rs. 1200, What will be the interest for the 3rd year?
    (A) Rs. 1220        (B) Rs. 1323      (C) Rs. 1423       (D) Rs. 1330
  • Find the value of: (Wrong Question/ Answer – Marks for All)
    (37.1% of 480) + (?% of 280) = (12% of 322)
    (A) 37.6     (B) 39.6   (C) 49.8    (D) 52.4
  • The average of 6 observations is 45.5. If one new observation is added to the previous observations, then the new average becomes 47. The new observation is:
    (A) 58           (B) 56    (C) 50      (D) 46
  • Pens are bought at 5 for Rs. 4 and sold at 4 for Rs 5. Find the gain percent.
    1. 55%
    2. 45.26%
    3. 56.25%
    4. 60%
  • Two lines AB and CD intersect at O. If∠ AOC = 50o, then ∠BOD and ∠AOD are respectively
    CH - Question39
    (A) 130º, 50º    (B) 50º, 130º    (C) 60º, 120º     (D) 40º, 140º
  • The 1st natural number is
    1. 4
    2. 0
    3. 2
    4. 1
  • A alone can complete a work in 6 days and B alone can complete the same work in 12 days. In how many days can A and B together complete the same work?
    1. 5 days
    2. 4 days
    3. 3 days
    4. 2 days
  • A person riding a bike crosses a bridge with a speed of 54 km/h. What is the length of the bridge if he takes 4 min to cross the bridge?
    1. 3600m
    2. 2800m
    3. 3500m
    4. 4500m
  • If 17²ºº is divided by 18, the remainder is :
    1. 17
    2. 16
    3. 1
    4. 2
  • 3 men can do a piece of work in 6 days, 5 women can do the same work in 18 days. If 4 men and 10 women work together, then how long will it take to finish the work?
    1. 3 days
    2. 5 days
    3. 2 days
    4. 4 days
  • A person goes from one point to another point with a speed of 5 km/h and comes back to starting point with a speed of 3 km/h. Find the average speed for the whole journey.
    (A) 4.5 km/h    (B) 4 km/h    (C) 4.25 km/h   (D) 3.75 km/h
  • The total number of students in a school is 8670. If the number of boys in the school is 4545, what will be the ratio of the total number of boys to the total number of girls in the school?
    (A) 303 : 275     (B) 275 : 303    (C) 11 : 12    (D) 12 : 11
  • Find the value of:
    22² + √? = 516

    1. 1028
    2. 1024
    3. 1124
    4. 1128
  • A tin of oil was 4/5 full. When 6 bottles of oil were taken out and 4 bottles of oil poured into it, it was 3/4 full. How many bottles of oil can the tin contain?
    1. 10
    2. 20
    3. 30
    4. 40
  • Find the value of:
    25 ÷ 0.0005 = ?

    1. 12500
    2. 25000
    3. 50000
    4. None of these
  • Rs 6000 become Rs 7200 in 4 years at a certain rate of simple interest. If the rate becomes 1.5 times of itself, the amount of the same principal in 5 years will be :
    1. Rs 8000
    2. Rs 8250
    3. Rs 9000
    4. 9250
  • On the basis of the given sentence pick out the correct sentence converted in Interrogative from the given options :
    I am writing a short story.

    1. Have I writing a short story?
    2. Do I writing a short story?
    3. I am writing a short story?
    4. Am I writing a short story?
  • On the basis of the given sentence pick out the correct sentence converted in Negative from the given options :
    I go to school daily.

    1. I will not go to school daily
    2. I do not go to school daily
    3. I shall not go to school daily
    4. I am not going to school daily
  • Antonym for :
    HOSTILE
    (A) alluvial     (B) able     (C) amicable     (D) alterable
  • Antonym for :
    TRUTH
    (A) carnage     (B) canaille     (C) falsehood     (D) candid
  • Find the synonym of :
    DISTINGUISH
    (A) Darken     (B) Abolish     (C) Differentiate     (D) Confuse
  • Find the synonym of :
    ALERT
    (A) Watchful     (B) Intelligent    (C) Observant    (D) Energetic
  • Find out which part of the sentence has an error. If there is no mistake, the answer is (D).
    This candidate lacks (A) / an experience (B) / otherwise he is well qualified. (C) /No error (D)
  • Find out which part of the sentence has an error. If there is no mistake, the answer is (D).
    One should make (A) / his best efforts (B) / if one wishes to achieve (C) / No error (D)
  • Analogies for :
    SNAKE : REPTILE ::
    (A) snake : cobra (B) bird : mammal  (C) wasp : insect (D) lion : amphibian
  • Analogies for :
    HUMANS : SOCIETY ::
    (A) kinsfolk : family (B) spectators : game (C) animals : jungle (D) rivals : team
  • Choose the option that describes the meaning of the following idioms and phrases :
    A man of straw :
    (A) an unreasonable person (B) a man of no substance (C) a very active person (D) a worthy fellow
  • Choose the suitable option that describes the meaning of the words or phrases printed in italics in the following sentences :
    Please look into the matter personally as it is very important
    (A) see secretly (B) examine (C) take care of (D) overlook
  • Fill in the blank with appropriate given option:
    Mahatama Gandhi lived for ……pure cause.
    (A) a      (B) an     (C) the    (D) that
  • Fill in the blank with appropriate given option:
    She lost ……. ring that I had gifted her.
    (A) a    (B) an   (C) the    (D) that
  • Complete the sentence with one of the word or phrase :
    ______________ after he heard the good news, he phoned his parents.

    1. As if
    2. Soon
    3. By the time
    4. Anywhere
  • In the following question identify the correct sentence/s.
    (I) First of all, there are supposed to be too many of them. ( Wrong Question/Answer – Marks for All)
    (II) Secondary, there is a danger that some of them will have terrorist links.
    (III) There are simply not enough jobs too go around.
    (IV) If you think about it, no of this makes much sense.
    1. I, III and IV
    2. II, III and IV
    3. III and IV
    4. I and IV
  • Fill in the gaps with correct form of verb:
    He will have finished his work before I___________________.
    (A) come     (B) has reached      (C) had reached      (D) reach
  • Choose the most suitable preposition :
    I beg your pardon………. being late.
    (A) with     (B) of     (C) for     (D) off
  • Choose the most suitable preposition:
    He enquired……….me……….the matter.
    (A) of; about    (B) into; about    (C) of; into    (D) into; of
  • Find out the error part of the following sentence :
    In the last week (A)/ I told him to come (B)/ in time but he still (C)/ comes late everyday. (D)
  • Find out the error part of the following sentence :
    We were very much (A)/ carefully in our approach (B)/ and hence we would (C)/ complete the complicated task. (D)
  • Fill in the blanks with appropriate conjunction :
    What time ……… work?
    (A) do she stop     (B) does she stop     (C) do she stops    (D) does she stops
  • Fill in the blanks with appropriate conjunction :
    Look out. You ………..!
    (A) will fall      (B) fall       (C) fell      (D) are falling
  • In the following question identify the correct sentence/s.
    (I) You lift your hand to ask a question.
    (II) You can raise a family.
    (III) You can go to a website on the world wide web.
    (IV) You can inspect a hotel inside which you want to stay.
    (A) I only            (B) III only             (C) II and IV                (D) II and III
  • In the following question identify the correct sentence/s.
    (I) A changing perception as to India has also helped.
    (II) India is no longer a backward, third world country.
    (III) Helping boost the image are favorable opinions of leading international financial institutions (FI).
    (IV) India will be the third biggest economy by 2050, just behind China and the US, in that order.
    (A) I only               (B) I and IV              (C) II only              (D) No error
  • In the following question, select the correct option of the question asked. Which symbol will appear on the opposite surface to the symbol x?
    CH - Question76
    1. ÷
    2. =
    3. O
  • Choose the correct mirror image from the alternatives (A), (B), (C) and (D) of the figure given on left side.
    CH - Question77
  • Choose the correct mirror image from the alternatives (A), (B), (C) and (D) of the figure given on left side.
    CH - Question78
  • In the following question, which one of the four Answer Figures on the right should come after the Problem Figures on the left, if the sequence is to continue?
    (Wrong Question/Answer – Marks for All)
    CH - Question79
  • In the following question, which one of alternatives figure will complete the given figure pattern?
    CH - Question80
    Answer- A
  • In the following question, which one of alternatives figure will complete the given figure pattern?
    CH - Question81
    Answer- A
  • If B says that his mother is the only daughter of A’s mother, how is A related to B?
    (A) Father            (B) Brother         (C) Grandfather           (D) Uncle
  • In the following question select the option that continues the given series.
    ZGL, XHN, VIQ, TJU, ?
    1. LKR
    2. RKZ
    3. RKY
    4. QKZ
  • Pointing to a person in a photograph, Raman said, “She is the only daughter of the mother of my brother’s sister.” How is that person related to Raman?
    (A) Father   (B) Mother    (C) Cousin    (D) None of these
  • Find the missing number in the given figure:
    CH - Question85
    1. 8
    2. 11
    3. 7
    4. 9
  • In the answer choices are given the reflected views of the first figure. You are to point out which is the correct reflected view.
    CH - Question86
  • In below question a sequence is given. Choose the succeeding term of the sequence from the four alternatives given in the question
    (Wrong Question/Answer – Marks for All)
    10, 1, 11, 1, 12,1,1
    1. 13
    2. 1
    3. 0
    4. 2
  • ‘D’ is mother-in-law of ‘M’ who is sister-in-law of ‘A’. ‘P’ is father of Q the only brother of ‘A’ . How is ‘D’ related to ‘A’.
    1. Mother-in law
    2. Aunt
    3. Mother
    4. Wife
  • The position of how many letters in the word BRAKES remain unchanged when they are arranged in alphabetical order ?
    1. One
    2. Two
    3. Three
    4. None of these
  • A girl introduced a boy as the son of the daughter of the father of her uncle. The boy is girl’s
    (A) Uncle     (B) Nephew            (C) Brother          (D) Son
  • Find the missing figure from the given alternatives :
    CH - Question91
    1. 1
    2. 2
    3. 3
    4. 4
  • In the following question, four positions of the same dice have been shown. See these figures and select the number opposite to the number as asked in this question.
    (Wrong Question/Answer – Marks for All)
    CH - Question92
    (A) 4              (B) 6               (C) 5             (D) 3
  • In the following question, which one of the four Answer Figures on the right should come after the Problem Figures on the left, if the sequence is to continue?
    CH - Question93
    Answer-C
  • In the following question, the first two figure in the problem figure are related in some way. The same relationship holds between the third figure and one of the four answer of the figures (A), (B), (C) and (D). Identify that figure.
    CH - Question94
  • Find the number of triangles in the given figure
    CH - Question95
    1. 10
    2. 19
    3. 21
    4. 23
  • Look carefully at the sequence of symbols to find the pattern. Select correct pattern.
    CH - Question96
    1. 1
    2. 2
    3. 3
    4. 4
  • In each of the following problem, a square transparent sheet (X) with a pattern is given.
    CH - Question97
    1. 1
    2. 2
    3. 3
    4. 4
  • Find out which of the figures (1), (2), (3) and (4) can be formed from the pieces given in figure (X).
    CH - Question98
    (A) 1      (B) 2    (C) 3     (D) 4
  • Find the odd one out
    1. Pistol
    2. Sword
    3. Gun
    4. Rifle
  • Find the odd one out
    1. December
    2. February
    3. March
    4. July

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