SSC took an exam for the post of SI and ASI in central police department of Delhi Police. This exam was conducted on 22th June 2014. We have already published SI/ASI in Delhi Police answer key for first paper.

There are a total of 100 objective type questions which have four choices of answers. 1 mark will be awarded for correct answer and there is also a negative marking criteria. For every wrong answer selection there will 0.25 marks be deducted from students total marks.

There are 100 question in the section of Quantitative paper and English language paper. Equal number of paper questions for both sections.

## Delhi Police 2014 Answer Key – SI/ASI by SSC Vacancies:

This is the second part of the paper. If you want to read previous question of Reasoning and GK section then please follow above mentioned link.

### ————————————————– Part C: Quantitative Aptitude ————————————————–

101. If the volumes of two cones are in the ratio 1 : 4 and their diameters are in the ratio 4 : 5, then the ratio of their heights is (Take π=22/7 )

• 25: 64
• 5 : 4
• 1 : 5
• 5 : 16

102. If a = 9, b = 16, then the value of

• 6
• 8
• 12
• 10

103.If a o b is defined by then 403 is equal to

• 7/25
• 25/7
• 4/3
• 16/9

104.

• 2
• 0
• 4
• 8

105.

106.

107. Let AD be a median of the ∆ ABC and G be the centroid. If AG = 4 cm, then the length of AD is

• 6 cm
• 10cm
• 12 cm
• 15 cm

108.The ethnocentric of a triangle ∆ABC is 0, if ∠ BAC= 52°, then the measurement of ∠BOC is

• 116º
• 38º
• 128º
• 126º

109.In ABC, ∆D, E and Fare the mid-points of the sides AB, AC and BC respectively. If L and M are the mid-points of DF and EF respectively, then LM: BC is

• 1:4
• 4:1
• 1:3
• 3:1

110.Let 0 be a circumvent-er of a  ∆ABC. If∠ BAC = 85°,∠BCA = 75°, then ∠OAC is

• 40°
• 140°
• 35°
• 70°

111. The circles touch each other externally at a point P. The straight line QR touches the two circles at Q & R respectively Then the value of ∠QPR is

• 60°
• 90°
• 75°
• 120°

112.

113.  For all real A, · the simplified value of the expression sin6A + cos6A + 3 sin2A cos2A is

• 5
• 3
• 2
• 1

114.

• 1
• 2
• 3
• 4

115. From the top of a tower 180 m high, it was observed that the angle of depression of a cat sitting on the ground was 30°. Find the distance of the cat from the foot of the tower

• 180 m
• 180 √3 m
• 170 m
• 170√3 m

116. If the shadow of a tree of 60 m height is 18 m, then the height of the tree whose shadow is 24 m at the same time of the day is

• 60 m
• 70m
• 80m
• 90m

The following pie-chart shows the collection of revenue of the Govt. of India in different departments. Study the chart and answer the question nos. 117 to 121.

117.Ratio of Corporation tax and Excise duty is

• 41:61
• 52:43
• 55: 43
• 27: 29

118. Central angle in pie-chart made by Customs duty is

• 40° (approx.)
• 45° (approx.)
• 46° (approx.)
• 48° (approx.)

119.  If the total revenue collected by Govt. of India is Rs. 1200 crore, then the amount of income tax earned by the Govt. IS

• Rs. 240. crore (approx.)
• Rs. 241. crore (approx.)
• Rs. 242crore (approx.)
• Rs.245 crore (approx.)

120.The average revenue earned by Govt. of India is

• Corporation tax
• Income tax
• Excise duty
• Other taxes

121.The total percentage of Corporation tax,Customs duty and Income tax is greater than the total percentage of Excise duty and other taxes by

• 21%
• 20%
• 22%
• 19%

122.

• 14
• 16
• 18
• 22

123.Find the greatest number of five digits ·which when divided by 3, 5, 8, 12 have 2 as remainder

• 99999
• 99958
• 99958
• 99962

124. Find out the wrong number in the series
4, 5? 15, 49, 201, 1011, 4073

• 5
• 15
• 49
• 201

125. The H.C.F. of (a² + 7a + 12) and ( a² + 8a + 15) is

• (a + 1) (.a + 3)
• (a + 2) (a + 3)
• (a + 4) (a + 3)
• (a + 3)

126. Traffic lights at 3 different road-crossings change after 48 seconds, 50 seconds and 72 seconds respectively. If they change simultaneously at 9 a.m; at what next time will they together change again ?

• 9·30 a.m.
• 10 a.m.
• 10·40 a.m.
• 11·15 a.m.

127. Ram alone can finish a piece of work in 12 day L Ravi alone can finish the. same work in 8 days. If Ram and Ravi . work together they will finish the work in

• 10 days
• 4 days
• 4(4/5) days
• 20 days

128. A can do in 10 days a piece of work which B can do in 15 days. If. both worked half time . everyday, how long would they take . to do it working together?

• 12(1/2) days
• 12 days
• 20 days
• 25 days

129. A profit of 20% is earned when 10% discount is given on marked price for an article. If 20% discount is allowed then the profit or loss will be

• 6(1/3)% profit
• 6(2/3)% loss
• 6(2/3)% profit
• 6(1/3)% loss

130.  A shopkeeper earns a profit of 15% on selling a book at 10% discount on the printed price. The ratio of the cost price and the printed price of the book is

• 17:23
• 18:25
• 18:25
• 17:25

131. A fraction becomes 1/3 when 1 is subtracted from its numerator as well as from its denominator. If 1 is added to both its numerator and denominator it becomes 1/2 Find the fraction

• 1/7
• 3/7
• 5/7
• None of these

132.The fourth proportional to the numbers 16, . 9 and 8 is

• 4.5
• 8.5
• 11
• 15

133.  The average price of three items of furniture is Rs. 15000. If their prices are in the ratio 3 : 5 : 7, the price of the cheapest item is (in Rupees)

• 3000
• 9000
• 5000
• 6000

134. The average weight of 10 men is decreased by 3 kg when one of them whose weight is 80 kg is replaced by a new person. The weight in kg of the new person is

• 60
• 50
• 70
• 73

135.A person spends equal amount of money in buying two kinds of guavas, one at 3 for a rupee and the other at 2 for a rupee. If he sells these guavas at 5 for Rs.2 then he will bear

• no loss no gain
• 4% gain
• 4% loss
• 3(1/3)% gain

136.  Hari buys SO chairs for ~ 5000 but 20 of them were damaged. He decided to sell each damaged one at three-fourth the sale price of the normal one. What should the sale price of each normal chair be in order that he,may make profit of 35% on the whole?

• Rs.150
• Rs. 160
• Rs. 125
• Rs. 140

137. If the radius of a circle is · increased by 100%, then its area is increased by

• 400%
• 200%
• 500%
• 300%

138. Out of 600 pupils in a school 45% are boys and the rest are girls. If 20% of the boys and . 30% of girls wear spectacles then the percentage of the total number of pupils wearing spectacles is

• 50
• 25
• 25.5
• 20

139. A man can cover a certain distance in 3 hours 3 6 minut~s if he walks at the rate of 5 km/hr. If he covers the same distance on cycle at the rate of 24 km/ hr, then the time taken by him (in minutes)is

• 50
• 45
• 40
• 55

140. The trains are running at a speed· of 50 km. and 30 km/hr respectively in the same direction. The train running at 50 km/hr crosses a man in the other train in· 18 seconds. The length of the first train is

• 66 metre
• 86 metre
• 92 metre
• 100 metre

141.In how many years will Rs.1000 when invested at compound interest at the rate of 5% per annum,. amount to Rs.1102 · 50 ?

• 3 years
• 2 years
• 5 years
• 2.5 years

142. If the interest on a sum of money for n years at the rate of r% simple interest per annum is pnr/25, then the principal will be

• 2 p
• 4p
• p/2
• p/4

Study the following bar-diagram and answer the question nos. 143 to 146.

Number of students passed from two disciplines(Science and Arts) of a school over the years :

143. The total number of the students passed from science stream ‘A’ in the years 2008, 2010, 2012 and 2013 is

• 150
• 120
• 80
• 140

144. The ratio of the number of students passed from science stream ‘A’ in the year 2011 and that from Arts stream ‘B’ in the year 2013 is

• 3:2
• 4:5
• 6:5
• 1:1

145. The difference between the total number of students passed from the school in the year 2011 and the total number of students passed in the year 2013 is

• 50
• 20
• 30
• 10

146. The ratio among the number of students passed in the year 2011, 2009 and 2013 from the arts stream ‘B’ is

• 4 : 5 : 5
• 5 : 4 : 5
• 5 : 5 : 4
• 6 : 5 : 5

147.The area of the largest circle that can be drawn inside a rectangle with sides 7 metres and 6 metres is (Take  π=22/7)

• 59(2/3) sq.mt.
• 28 (2/7)sq.mt.
• 64 (8/9)sq.mt.
• 39(5/3)sq.mt.

148.  50 circular plates each of radius 7 cm and thickness O· 5 cm are placed one above the other to form a right circular cylinder. Then the volume of the cylinder m
sq. cm is ( π=22/7)

• 385
• 1100
• 7700
• 3850

149. A triangle has sides· of lengths 6 cm, 8 cm and 10 cm. The area of the circle inscribed in the triangle is

• 4π cm²
• 6πcm²
• 8πcm²
• 2πcm²

150. A rectangular block of volume 6 cm x 42 cm x 45 cm is cut up into exact number of equal cubes. The least possible number of cubes will be

• 420
• 330
• 210
• 300

### ————————————————————– Part D: English Comprehension Answers: ————————————————————–

Directions : In question nos. 151 to 155, out of the four alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/ sentences and indicate it by blackening the appropriate ova.I [•] in ‘the Answer Sheet.

151. One who offers his service of his own free will

• Worker
• Slave
• Volunteer
• Servant

152.One who is always doubting

• Sceptic
• Deist
• Rationalist
• Positivist

153. A collection of slaves

• Coffle
• Crew
• Company
• Cortege

154. A professional soldier hired to serve in a foreign army

• Mercenary
• Liquidator
• Venal
• Hireling,

155. Not likely to be easily pleased

• Fastidious
• Infallible
• Fatalist
• Communist

Directions : In question nos. 156 to 160, 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.

156.

• Resillient
• Dubious
• Depplete

157.

• Ineffectual
• Iniffectual
• Inefecttual
• Inefictual

158.

• Massacer
• Massecre
• Masacre
• Massacre

159.

• Conciance
• Consience
• Conscience
• Connscience

160.

• Nirvana
• Nirvena
• Nirvanna
• Nyrvana

Directions : In. question nos. 161 to 170, you have two brief passages with 5 questions following each passage. 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 I
(Question Nos. 161 to· 165)
Street theatre in India is a well established ancient art form. Despite the proliferation of modem means of entertainment and communication, street theatre continues to flourish in India.
Street theatre as a channel of communication has for centuries been propagating reforms by highlighting social, economic and political issues present in the society. Un1ike in the olden days, its performance is no longer restricted to villages or small localities of the city. Today small groups of performers including students, would stage performances to mobilize public opinion or to help create or raise awareness over a particular issue of public importance. Themes on substance abuse, AIDS awareness, and domestic violence are some of the areas highlighted by contemporary street theatre troupe. Unlike irregular drama street drama employ very little props and images. The human body becomes the main tool in which choreography, mime, dialogues, songs and slogans are extensively used.
Street theatre is one of the most intimate media. Its appeal is to the emotions leading to quick psychological impact on audiences. By being local and live they also are able to establish not only direct contact with the audience but by being cost-effective and flexible they are popular among all age groups.

161. Modem means of entertainment and communication_________________ street theatre.

• does affect
• does not affect
• helps popularise
• helps establish

162. In the olden days street theatre ____________ to villages or small localities of the city.

• was restricted
• was not restricted
• was opened
• was entertained

163. Street theatre usually ____________ with issues of public importance.

• is distanced
• is performed
• deals
• does not deal

164. Street theatre is _____________ to stage.

• nothing
• costly
• reasonable
• affordable

165.Street theatre  creates an/a ________________ impact on audiences.

• intimate
• emotional
• mystical
• physical

PASSAGE II
(Question Nos. 166 to 17O)

Self-directed learning in its broadest meaning, describes a process in which individuals take the initiative with or without the the help of others, in diagnosing their learning needs formulating  learning goals. identifying resources for learning choosing and implementing learning strategies and evaluating learning outcomes.Thus it is important to attain new knowledge easily and skillfully for the rest  of his or her life.
What is the need for self-directed leaming?  One reason is that there is convincing evidence that people, who take initiative in leaming, leam more things and leam than people who sit at the feet of teachers passively waiting to be taught. The second reason is that self-directed leaming is more in tune with our natural processes of psychological development; an essential aspect of maturing is developing the ability to take increasing responsibility of our own lives to become increasingly self-directed. the third reason is is that many of the new develop-ments in education put a heavy responsibility on the learners to take a good deal of initiative in their own learning. To meet the challenges in today’s instructive environment, self-directed learning is most essential.

166. In self-directed learning, an individual

• Takes initiative with or without the help of others
• Is passive and waits for directions
• Is helpless and dependent
• Take initiative, without an objective

167.There is need for self-directed learning because

• it is less challenging
• it is a more cost-effective method
• it is a modern method of learning

168.Which word best describes self-directed learning ?

• Active learning
• Passive learning
• Compulsory learning
• Repulsive learning

169.The modern environrnent  according to the author is

• Restrictive
• Instructive
• Less developed
• Impracticable

170.The synonym of the word “diagnosing” is

• Searching
• Examining
• Identifying
• Complying

Directions: In question no:. 171 to 175, Some parts 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). If a sentence is free from error, blacken the oval corresponding to (D) in the Answer Sheet.

171.

• In 1906 a earthquake
•  destroyed much
• of son Francisco.
• No error.

172.

• Hit, parents does not
• approve of
• No error

173.

• The college library is
• not only equipped with
• very good books but also with the latest
• journalsNo error.

174.

• The lovers walked
• besides each other
• in silence
• No  error.

175.

• Men are wanted
• for the army,
• and the navy, and the air force.
• No error

Directions:  In question nos. 176 to 180, sentences are given with blanks to be fined in with an appropriate word (S). Four alternative 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.

176. China is a big country, in area it is bigger than any other country _________ Russia.

• accept
• except
• expect
• access

177. The masks worn by the men helped them __________ their identity.

• conceal
• congeal
• cheat

178. On the ____________ occasion of Laxmi Puja the Mathurs bought a new car.

• officious
• auspicious
• fortuitous
• prosperous

179. Precautions are to be taken with any one who seems________.

• contagious
• Infectious
• diseased
• defiled

180. The treasure was hidden _______ a big shore.

• on
• underneath
• toward
• off

Directions: In question nos.181 to 185, out of the four alternatives, choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the given word and mark it in the Answer Sheet.

181. Scom

• concise
• despise
• bias
• fierce

182. Catastrophe

• tragedy
• anger
• violence
• hatred

183. Abjure

• renounce
• announce
• pronounce
• denounce

184. Assess

• measure
• permit
• enter

185. Elastic

• free
• liberal
• flexible

Directions: In question nos. 186 to 190, choose the word opposite in meaning to the given word and mark it in the Answer Sheet.

186. Safe

• rash
• insecure
• beneficial
• harsh

187. Redundant

• repentant
• surplus
• singular
• required

188. Fair

• untrue
• unjust
• coarse
• harsh

189. Boisterous

• serenity
• calm
• cheerful
• courageous

190. Substantial

• flimsy
• hefty
• actual
• excess

Directions : In question nos. 191 to 195, four alternatives 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.

191. We must work with all our might and main,otherwise we cannot succeed.

• full force
• complete trust
• exceptional skill
• full unity

192. The sailors nailed their colours to their mast.

• put up a colourful mast
• refused to climb down
• took over the ship
• decided to abandon the ship

193. We had (had) better batten down the hatches. The weather is unpredictable.

• stay in-door
• prepare for a difficult situation
• go somewhere safe
• face the obstacles

194. It is difficult to have a sensible discussion with her as she flies off at a tangent.

• gets carried away
• starts discussing something irrelevant
• loses her temper easily
• does not really understand anything

195. The students found it hard to go at equal speed with the professor.

• get away from
• put up with
• keep up with
• race against

Directions : In question nos. 196 to 200, 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 co1Tect alternative. In case no improvement is needed your answer is (D). Mark your answer in the Answer Sheet.

196. He will revise it when he is comes back.

• when he come back
• on coming back
• when he came back
• No improvement

197.  The members of the student’s union did not give the examination in protest.

• did not write
• did not sit for
• did not show up for
• No improvement

198. She was kept from her assignment because  of her loquacious room-mate.

• noisy
• irritating
• talkative
• No Improvement

199. James epitomizes everything that a leader should be.

• worships
• loves
• No improvement

200. The businessman is respectively connected.

• respectfully
• respectably
• receptively
• No improvement

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