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Exam Board: Staff Selection Commission
Exam Name: Combined Higher Secondary Level exam
Exam Date: 15 November 2015
Exam Shift: Morning Shift & Evening Shift
Exam Centre: All over India
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Part-I: General Intelligence

  1. In the following series find 20th
    9, 5, 1, -3, -7, -11, ……
    (a) -75
    (b) -70
    (c) -67 
    (d) -64
  2. Unscramble the following letters to frame a meaningful word. Then out the correct numerical position of the letters.
    O T Y S R H I
    1 2 3 4 5 6 7
    (a) 6452173
    (b) 6347125
    (c) 6742153 
    (d) 6241375
  3. The sum of ages of mother, daughter and son is 87 years. What will be the sum of their ages after 8 years?
    (a) 111
    (b) 105
    (c) 101
    (d) 110
  4. If FADE is coded as 3854 then how can GAGE be coded?
    (a) 2824
    (b) 2814
    (c) 1824
    (d) 2834
  5. If ‘-‘ stands for addition, ‘+’ for multiplication, ‘¸’ for subtraction and ‘x’ for division, which one of the following equations is correct?
    (a) 5 ÷2+12×6-2=4
    (b) 5-2+12×6÷2=27
    (c) 5+2-12÷6×2=13
    (d) 5+2-12×6÷2=10
  6. Which conclusion is true with respect to the given statements?
    (i) Roy studies History and Political Science.
    (ii) Roy studies in Oxford University.
    (a) Roy studies History and Political Science in Oxford Universities
    (b) Roy studies Social Science.
    (c) Roy does not study History.
    (d) Roy does not study Political Science.

Directions: In question numbers 7 to 15, find the odd word/ letters/ number/ number pair from the given alternatives.

  1. (a) LKJI
    (b) HGFE
    (c) UVWX                   
    (d) SRQP
  2. (a) 2709
    (b) 8314
    (c) 2518
    (d) 3249
  3. (a) Rectangle
    (b) Circle
    (c) Triangle
    (d) Cone
  4. (a) (23, 14)
    (b) (82, 29)
    (c) (45, 18)
    (d) (36, 27)
  5. (a) Legumes:Nodules
    (b) Beans:Pulses
    (c) Rice:Cereals
    (d) Tea:Beverages
  6. (a) WUSP                        
    (b) MKIG
    (c) ZXVT
    (d) SQOM
  7. (a) Wrong
    (b) Psychology
    (c) Fast                       
    (d) Knock
  8. (a) 76
    (b) 56
    (c) 36                         
    (d) 66
  9. (a) UTV
    (b) IFH
    (c) NKM
    (d) DAC

Directions: In questions numbers 16 to 19, select the missing number from the given responses.

  1. Q. 16
    (a) 80
    (b) 30
    (c) 32
    (d) 45

  2. Q. 17
    (a) 8
    (b) 2
    (c) 4
    (d) 6

  3. Q. 18
    (a) 73
    (b) 75 
    (c) 77
    (d) 79

  4. Q. 19
    (a) 5
    (b) 4
    (c) 21
    (d) 20

Directions: In questions numbers 20 to 23, a series is given, with one term missing. Choose the correct alternative from the given ones that will complete the series.

  1. 6+√216; 7+√343; 8+√512; 9+√729; ?
    (a) 10+√105
    (b) 10+√100
    (c) 10+√1000  
    (d) 10+√10000
  2. AZ, CX, FU, ?
    (a) KP
    (b) IR
    (c) JV
    (d) JQ
  3. Y, T, P, ?, K
    (a) O
    (b) N
    (c) M  
    (d) L
  4. 4, 11, 17, 22, ?, 29, 31, 32
    (a) 27
    (b) 23
    (c) 24
    (d) 26
  5. Choose the similar group of numbers on the basis of certain common properties they posses
    (72, 66, 96)
    (a) (55, 66, 77)
    (b) (63, 70, 86)
    (c) (54, 57, 78)
    (d) (24, 69, 58)
  6. If it is possible to form a word with the first, fourth, seventh and eleventh letters in the word ‘SUPERFLUOUS’, write the first letters of that word.
    (a) E
    (b) S
    (c) L
    (d) O
  7. Which one set of letters when sequentially placed at the gaps in the given letter series shall complete it?
    (a) mabam                            
    (b) abmab
    (c) mbabm
    (d) ambbm
  8. If SUNDAY=18, MONSOON=21, YEAR=12, then THURSDAY=?
    (a) 42
    (b) 28
    (c) 24
    (d) 26
  9. Two statements are given, each followed by two conclusion/assumption, I and II. Yu have to consider the statement to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. You have to decide which of the given conclusion/assumptions, if any, follows from the given statements.
    (i) Some papers are pens
    (ii) All pencil are pens
    Some pens are pencils.
    II. Some pens are papers.
    (a) Both I and II follow 
    (b) Only I conclusion follows
    (c) Only II conclusion follows
    (d) Either I or II follows
  10. If Ramya’s rank is 22nd out of 46 students. What is her rank from the last?
    (a) 32
    (b) 24 
    (c) 26
    (d) 29
  11. The mall is 250 meters north-west of the market. The school is 250 meters south-west of the market. In which direction is the school from the mall?
    (a) South
    (b) North
    (c) East
    (d) West
  12. Which one of the given responses would be a meaningful order of the following?
    1. India 2. Bangalore               3. Asia             4. Karnataka
    (a) 3, 1, 2, 4
    (b) 1, 2, 3, 4
    (c) 3, 4, 2, 1
    (d) 3, 1, 4, 2
  13. If P denotes ÷, Q denotes x, R denotes + and S denotes -, then 16Q12P6R5S4=?
    (a) 33
    (b) 30
    (c) 31
    (d) 32
  14. After going 80 m from his house towards east, a person turns left and goes 20 m, then turns right and moves 100 m, then turns left and goes 60 m, then turns right and goes 120 m to reach the park. What is the distance between his house and the park?
    (a) 20 m
    (b) 100 m
    (c) 80 m
    (d) 120 m

Directions: In question numbers 34 to 41, select the related word/letters/number from the given alternatives.

  1. Carpentry: Skill::?:Talent
    (a) Plumbing
    (b) driving
    (c) Masonry
    (d) Singing
    (a) QDVF
    (b) QXUF                    
    (c) QDNF
    (d) WDXJ
  3. KcaC:CacK::XgmF:?
    (a) Gmef
    (b) EmgF
    (c) EgnX
    (d) FmgX
  4. 42:20::64:?
    (a) 34
    (b) 31                         
    (c) 32
    (d) 33
  5. 1/4:1/8::2/3:?
    (a) 1
    (b) 1/4
    (c) 1/3
    (d) 1/2
  6. Concord:Agreement::Discord:?
    (a) Conflict
    (b) Association
    (c) Blended
    (d) Comparison
  7. Female:Feminine::Male:?
    (a) Masculine
    (b) Macho
    (c) Manager
    (d) Man
  8. PS:VY::FI:?
    (a) WZ
    (b) LO
    (c) UX
    (d) VZ

Directions: In question numbers 42 and 43, arrange the following words as per order in the dictionary.

  1. Necessary 2. Navigate     3. Nautical      4. Naval
    (a) 3, 2, 4, 1
    (b) 2, 4, 3, 1
    (c) 4, 3, 2, 1
    (d) 3, 4, 2, 1
  2. Range 2. Rain            3. Rein            4. Ranger
    (a) 2, 1, 3, 4
    (b) 2, 1, 4, 3
    (c) 2, 4, 3, 1
    (d) 2, 3, 4, 1
  3. Which answer figure will complete the pattern in the question figure?
    Q. 44
    Correct Answer is (C)
  4. Which figure will best represent the relationship amongst the three classes?
    Boy, Sportsman, Students
    Q. 45
     Correct Answer is (B)
  5. Identify the answer figure from which the pieces given in the question figure have been cut.
    Q. 46
     Correct Answer is (C)
  6. 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?
    Q. 47
    Correct Answer is (D)
  7. A word is represented by only one set of numbers as given in any one of the alternatives. The sets of numbers given in the alternatives are represented by two classes of alphabets as in two matrices given below. The columns and rows of Matrix-I are numbered from 0 to 4 and that of Matrix II are numbered from 5to 9. A letter from these matrices can be represented first by its row and next by its column, e.g., ‘I’ can be represented by 00, 14 etc., and ‘N’ can be represented by 59, 68 etc. Similarly, you have to identify the set for the word ‘ROAD’.
    Q. 48(a) 67, 57, 96, 56
    (b) 96, 67, 56, 57
    (c) 67, 96, 56, 57  
    (d) 56 96, 57, 96
  1. The image of a clock in a mirror is seen as 3.15. What is the right time?
    (a) 7.45
    (b) 9.45
    (c) 8.45 
    (d) 10.45
  2. Q. 50Q
    The solid so formed by joining unit cubes is rotated to obtain different positions, which of these cannot be the shape after it has turned?
    Q. 50A
    Correct Answer is (D)

Part-II: English Language

Directions: In question numbers 51 to 54, sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with an appropriate word(s). Four alternatives are suggested for each questions. Choose the correct alternative out of the four and indicate it by blackening the appropriate circle [•] in the Answer Sheet.

  1. The economic _____ has affected our sales tremendously.
    (a) slowdown
    (b) crackdown
    (c) touchdown
    (d) showdown
  2. As the doctor _____ into the room, the nurse handed him the temperature chart of the patient.
    (a) was coming
    (b) comes
    (c) is coming
    (d) came
  3. All orders must _____ the rules.
    (a) conforms to
    (b) conforming with
    (c) conforms with
    (d) conform to
  4. She failed to ____ to her name.
    (a) shine up
    (b) keep up
    (c) rise up
    (d) line up
    Directions: In questions numbers 55 to 58, 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 our answer is (D). Mark your answer in the Answer Sheet.
  5. She had relized that she had seen him here before.
    (a) had been realized
    (b) realized                                         
    (c) has realized
    (d) No improvement
  6. Being ill, he came to work.
    (a) He came to work and fell ill
    (b) Despite coming to work, he was ill
    (c) Inspite of being ill, he came to work
    (d) No improvement
  7. Hundreds of children are deaf born every
    (a) deaf are born every
    (b) every born are deaf
    (c) are born deaf every  
    (d) No improvement
  8. She is willing to help you.
    (a) willfull
    (b) willingly
    (c) willfully
    (d) No improvement

Directions: In question numbers 59 to 62, choose the word opposite in meaning  to be the given word and mark it in the Answer Sheet.

  1. Bizarre
    (a)  Ordinary                                      
    (b) Comical
    (c) Droll
    (d) Ridiculous
  2. Guilty
    (a) Innocent
    (b) Sorry
    (c) Dubious
    (d) Reward
  3. Appoint
    (a) Yield
    (b) Disuruite
    (c) Dismiss                          
    (d) Complaint
  4. Accusation
    (a) felicitation
    (b) Exculpation
    (c) Encouragement
    (d) Complaint

Directions: In question numbers 63 to 66, 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.

  1. (a) Humaen
    (b) humain
    (c) humane                        
    (d) humein
  2. (a) Padestrian
    (b) Pedistrian
    (c) Pedestrean
    (d) Pedestrian
  3. (a) Laboratery
    (b) Laborratory
    (c) Laboratory                   
    (d) Laboratorry
  4. (a) Ecuanemous
    (b) Ecaunimous
    (c) Equanimous                
    (d) Equanamous

Directions: In question numbers 67 to 76, in the following passage some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer to each question carefully and choose the correct answer to each question out of the four alternative and fill in the blanks.

In civilised life there in a rule   67   violence, against taking the   68   into our hands. It is a rule which  69   of us observe so often indeed, that a great  70  of people go through life  71   ordeliness and non-violence as part of the scheme of nature. But when  72  comes into their midst  73  refuses to observe the currect rules, and  74  the simple rule that might is right, the law-abiding members  75  society do not know what to do, and look on in  76  bewildered confusion.

  1. (a) at
    (b) against                                          
    (c) upon
    (d) after
  2. (a) people
    (b) rule
    (c) law                                  
    (d) police
  3. (a) none
    (b) many
    (c) every
    (d) most
  4. (a) number
    (b) capacity
    (c) sum
    (d) amount
  5. (a) expecting
    (b) not accepting
    (c) accepting
    (d) not expecting
  6. (a) any one
    (b) none
    (c) everyone
    (d) no one
  7. (a) how
    (b) where
    (c) whom
    (d) who
  8. (a) followed
    (b) follows
    (c) follow
    (d) following
  9. (a) at
    (b) in
    (c) on
    (d) of
  10. (a) helped
    (b) helpless
    (c) helpful
    (d) helping

Directions: In question numbers 77 to 80, out of the four alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentences and indicate it by blackening the appropriate circle [•] in the Answer Sheet.

  1. One who compiles a dictionary.
    (a) Bibliographer
    (b) Lapidist
    (c) Lexicograpehr             
    (d) Cartograpehr
  2. Art of working with metals.
    (a) Metallurgy
    (b) Metalloid
    (c) Meteorite
    (d) Metaphysics
  3. A gathering at a religious place.
    (a) Mob
    (b) Audience
    (c) Congregation              
    (d) Spectators
  4. A place where birds are kept.
    (a) Sanctuary
    (b) Apiary
    (c) Aquarium
    (d) Aviary

Directions: In question numbers 81 to 84, the first and the last Part of sentence are numbered 1 and 6. The rest of the sentence is split into four parts and named P, Q, R and S. These four parts are not given in their proper order. Read is correct. Then find the correct answer and indicate it in the Answer Sheet.

  1. The students
    P. touched the
    Q. arrived and
    R. their teacher
    S. feet of
    6. With reverence
    (a) QPSR
    (b) QPRS
    (c) QRSP
    (d) RQSP
  2. This summer was the most
    P. to believe that next
    Q. and we have reason
    R. scorching in living memory.
    S. year and year after
    6. Will be hotter still
    (a) SPQR
    (b) QSPR
    (c) RQPS                              
    (d) SRPQ
  3. The watchman
    P. and found two thieves
    Q. woke up two thieves
    R. with black masks
    S. he heard the dog barking
    6. Trying to get in
    (a) PQRS
    (b) QSPR
    (c) SPQR
    (d) QSPR
  4. Falcons have sharp angular wings
    to dive sharply
    Q. and allow them
    R. to chase their prey
    S. that give them the speed
    6. To capture their victims
    (a) PRSQ
    (b) SRQP
    (c) SQRP
    (d) QPRS

Directions: In question numbers 85 and 86, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive Voice. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in passive/Active Voice and mark your answer in the Answer-Sheet.

  1. He will not use the computer
    (a) The use of the computer will not be by him
    (b) The computer he will not use
    (c) By him the computer will not be used
    (d) The computer will not be used by him.
  2. The boys were making kites
    (a) Kites are made by the boys
    (b) The boys had made kites
    (c) Kites are being made by the boys
    (d) Kites were being made by the boys.

Directions: In question numbers 87 and 88, a sentence has been given in Direct/Indirect. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expesses the same sentence in Indirect/Direct and mark your answer in the Answer Sheet.

  1. The Police said to the driver, “Do you have a license?”
    (a) The policeman asked the driver whether he had a licence.
    (b) The policeman asked the driver whether he has a licence.
    (c) The policeman asked the driver whether he have a licence
    (d) The policeman asked the driver whether he had a licence.
  2. The teacher said to the students, “Match quietly to the ground.”
    (a) The teacher instructed the students that they must march quietly to the ground.
    (b) The teacher instructed the students to march quietly to the ground.
    (c) The teacher said to the students to march quietly to the ground
    (d) The teacher instructed the students that they should march quietly to the ground.

Directions: In question numbers 89 to 92, some parts of the sentence have error and some are correct. Find out which part of a sentence has an error and blacken the circle [•] corresponding to the appropriate letter (a), (b) (c). If a sentence is free from error, blacken the circle corresponding to (d) in the Answer Sheet

  1. Make what you write (a)/ and say more (b)/ absorbed and engrossing (c)/ No error (d)
  2. One must (a)/ obey one’s (b)/ teachers (c)/ No error (d)
  3. They came here in (a)/ the evening and begin making (b)/ further arrangements (c)/ Nor error (d)
  4. She always fed (a)/ her childrens (b)/ before she fed her dog (c)/ No error (d)

Directions: In questions numbers 93 to 96, our of the four alternatives, choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the given word and mark it in the Answer-Sheet.

  1. Feeble
    (a) Pretty
    (b) Small
    (c) Weak                                             
    (d) Playful
  2. Pawn
    (a) Hire
    (b) Pledge
    (c) Sponge
    (d) Scrounge
  3. Maestro
    (a) Employee
    (b) Novice
    (c) Genius                                           
    (d) Admirer
  4. Chastise
    (a) Monitor
    (b) Chase
    (c) Praise
    (d) Upbraid

Directions: In question numbers 97 to 100, four alternatives are given for the Idiom/Phrase underlined. Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the Idiom /Phrase and mark in the Answer Sheet.

  1. To put in a nut-shell
    (a) To place something
    (b) TO be blunt about something
    (c) To be long and exhaustive about something
    (d) To state something very concisely
  2. To make up one’s mind
    (a) To remind oneself of something
    (b) To think creatively
    (c) To decide what to do
    (d) To remember things clearly
  3. Nowadays it has become a fashion to take French Leave.
    (a) Absenting oneself without permission 
    (b) Taking leave to go to France
    (c) Seeking permission from French Embassy
    (d) Saying goodbye I French style
  4. International monetary affairs are governed by the gnomes of Zurich.
    (a) big international bankers 
    (b) guardians of treasure
    (c) witchcraft of Zurich
    (d) foreign leaders

Part-III: Quantitative Aptitude

  1. If A, B and C be the angles of a triangle, then out of the following, the incorrect relation is:
    (a) cot ((A+B)/2) =tan (C/2)
    (b) sin((A+B)/2) =cos (C/2)
    (c) cos ((A+B)/2)=sin (C/2)
    (d) tan ((A+B)/2) = sec (C/2)
  2. The volume of a right circular cone which is obtained from a wooden cube of edge 4.2 dm wasting minimum amount of wood is:
    (a) 19.404
    (b) 1940.4
    (c) 19404
    (d) 194.04
  3. A merchant has 1000 kg sugar, part of which he sells at 8% profit and the rest at 18% profit. He gains 14% on the whole. The quantity sold at 8% profit is:
    (a) 640 kg
    (b) 400 Kg
    (c) 560 Kg
    (d) 600 Kg
  4. A man purchased an article for Rs. 1500 and sold it at 25% above the cost price. If he has to pay Rs. 75 as tax on it, his net profit percentage will be:
    (a) 30%
    (b) 15%
    (c) 20%
    (d) 25%
  5. If x=a(b-c),y=b(c-a),z=c(a-b), then the value of (x/a)3 + (y/b)3+(z/c)3 is
    (a) 0
    (b) 3xyz/abc
    (c) 2xyz/abc
    (d) xyz/abc
  6. After allowing discount of 20%, a radio is available for Rs. 1200. Its marked price was:
    (a) Rs.1800
    (b) Rs.1400
    (c) Rs.1550
    (d) Rs.1500
  7. If a man were to sell his hand-cart for Rs. 720, he would lose 25%. At what price must he sell it to gain 25%?
    (a) Rs.1152
    (b) Rs. 768
    (c) Rs.1200
    (d) Rs.960
  8. Length of each of a regular tetrahedron is 1 cm. Its volume is:
    (a) √2/6
    (b) (1/12) √2
    (c) √3/12
    (d) (1/4) √3
  9. If (a/b)+(b/a)=2, then the value of a-b is:
    (a) -1
    (b) 0
    (c) 1
    (d) 2
  10. A can do in one day three times the work done by B in one day. They together finish 2/5 of the work in 9 days. The number of days of days by which B can do the work alone is:
    (a) 100 days
    (b) 30 days
    (c) 90 days
    (d) 120 days
  11. The ratio of syrup and water in a mixture is 3:1, then the percentage of syrup in this mixture is:
    (a) 200/3%
    (b) 100/3%
    (c) 75%
    (d) 25%
  12. Base of a right prism is a rectangle, the ratio of whose length and breadth is 3:2. If the height of the prism is 12 cm and total surface area is 288 sq. cm, the volume of the prism is;
    (a) 290 cm3
    (b) 286 cm3
    (c) 291 cm3
    (d) 288 cm3
  13. If Rahim deposited the same amount of Rs. X in a bank at the beginning of successive 3 years and the bank pays simple interest of 5% per annum, then the amount at his credit at the end of 3rd year will be:
    (a) Rs. (21/20)x
    (b) Rs.(26481/8000)x
    (c) Rs.(861/400)x
    (d) Rs.1261/400)x
  14. If tanq+secq+3, q being acute, the value of 5 sinθ is:
    (a) 5/√3
    (b) 4
    (c) 5/2
    (d) √(3/5)
  15. The numerical value of (9/cosec2θ)+ 4cos2θ+(5/1+tan2θ):
    (a) 9
    (b) 4
    (c) 5
    (d) 7
  16. The quotient when 10100 is divided by 575 is:
    (a) 275
    (b) 275x 1025
    (c) 225 x1075
    (d) 1025
  17. A number x is divisible by 7. When this number is divided by 8, 12 and 16, it leaves a remainder 3 in each case. The least value of x is:
    (a) 150
    (b) 147
    (c) 148
    (d) 149
  18. In ΔABC, ∠B=90o, AB =8 cm and BC=15 cm then SinC=?
    (a) 15/8
    (b) 8/15
    (c) 15/17
    (d) 8/17
  19. If ABCD be a rhombus, AC is its smallest diagonal and ÐABC=60o, find length of a side of the rhombus when AC=6 cm.
    (a) 6√2 cm
    (b) 3√3 cm
    (c) 6 cm
    (d) 3 cm
  20. If x/y=(a+b)/(a-b), then the value of (x2-y2)/( x2+y2) is
    (a) 4a/(a2+4)
    (b) 2a/ (a2+4)
    (c) 4a/(a2+2)
    (d) 2a/ (a2+2)
  21. At what rate of compound interest per annum will a sum of Rs. 1200 become Rs.1348.32 in 2 years?
    (a) 7%
    (b) 6%
    (c) 7.5%
    (d) 6.5%
  22. A candidate who gets 20% marks in an examination, fails by 30 marks. But if he gets 32% marks, he gets 42 marks more than the minimum pass marks. Find the pass percentage of marks.
    (a) 25%
    (b) 12%
    (c) 52%
    (d) 20%
  23. If √y =4x, then x2/y is
    (a) 1/4
    (b) 4
    (c) 2
    (d) 1/16
  24. Let ABC be a triangle and AD be the perpendicular from the vertex A on the side BC such that AD2=BD.CD. Then measure of ÐBAC is:
    (a) 75o
    (b) 120o
    (c) 100o
    (d) 90o
  25. Successive discount of 20% and 10% are equivalent to a single discount of:
    (a) 25%
    (b) 30%
    (c) 15%
    (d) 28%
  26. The average of 12 numbers is 15 and the average of the first two is 14. What is the average of the rest?
    (a) 14
    (b) 71/5
    (c) 15
    (d) 76/5
  27. Measure of each interior angle of a regular hexagon is:
    (a) 45o
    (b) 120o
    (c) 100o
    (d) 60o
  28. If x=y=z, then (x+y+z)2/(x2+y2+z2) is
    (a) 3
    (b) 1
    (c) 4
    (d) 2
  29. The Vulgar fraction of 0.3939 is
    (a) 17/39
    (b) 13/33
    (c) 15/33
    (d) 11/39
  30. A plate on square base made of brass is of length x cm and width 1 mm. the plate weighs 4725 gm. If 1 cubic cm of brass weighs 8.4 gram, then the value of x is:
    (a) 72
    (b) 74
    (c) 75
    (d) 76
  31. ∠A of ΔABC is a right angle. AD is perpendicular on BC. If BC=14 cm and BD=5 cm, then measure of AD is;
    (a) 3√5 cm
    (b) 3.5√5 cm
    (c) 2√5 cm
    (d) √5 cm
  32. How much 200/3% of Rs.312 exceeds Rs.200?
    (a) Rs.8
    (b) Rs.104
    (c) Rs.96
    (d) Rs.4
  33. In a circle with center at O (0,0) and radius 5 cm, AB is a chord of length 8 cm. If OM is perpendicular to AB, then the length of OM is:
    (a) 4 cm
    (b) 1 cm
    (c) 2.5 cm
    (d) 3 cm
  34. A man travels for 5 hours 15 minutes. If he covers the first half of the journey at 60 km/h and rest at 45 km/h. Find the total distance traveled by him.
    (a) 378 km
    (b) 270 km
    (c) 7202/7 km
    (d) 189 km
  35. Two trains start at the same time from A and B and proceed toward each other at the speed of 75 km/hr and 50 km/hr respectively. When both meet at a point in between, one train found to be traveled 175 km more than the other. Find the distance between A and B
    (a) 758 km
    (b) 857 km
    (c) 875 km
    (d) 785 km
  36. If the ratio of principal and the simple interest of 5 years is 10:3, then the rate of interest is:
    (a) 8%
    (b) 3%
    (c) 5%
    (d) 6%
  37. Among the following statements, the statement which is not correct is:
    (a) Every real number is a rational number
    (b) Every integer is a rational number
    (c) Every natural number is an integer
    (d) Every natural number is a real number
  38. In ΔABC AD⊥BC and AD2=BD.DC. The measure of ∠BAC is:
    (a) 90o
    (b) 45o
    (c) 60o
    (d) 75o
  39. The average expenditure of a man for the first five months is Rs.1200 and for the next seven months is Rs.1300. If he saves Rs.2900 in that year, his monthly average income is:
    (a) Rs.1700
    (b) Rs.1400
    (c) Rs.1500
    (d) Rs.1600
  40. If cosθ =θ/√(p2+q2), then the value of tanθ is
    (a) P/ (p2+q2)
    (b) q/√(p2+q2)
    (c) q/√(p2-q2)
    (d) p/q
  41. A, B and C can complete a piece of work I 24,5 and 12 days respectively. Working together, they well complete the some work in:
    (a) 4 days
    (b) 1/24 days
    (c) 7/24 days
    (d) 24/7 days

The total expenditure of a company for a particular month is Rs.60000. The various heads of expenditure I to IV are indicated in a pie chart given below. These heads are:
I. Raw materials                II. Conveyance                   II. Electricity        IV. Overhead expenses
Q. 142 to 145
Study the pie chart and answer Question No. 142 to 145.

  1. What percentage of total expenditure is on electricity?
    (a) 30%
    (b) 20%
    (c) 23%
    (d) 25%
  2. What percentage of total expenditure is on raw materials?
    (a) 60%
    (b) 23%
    (c) 25%
    (d) 30%
  3. What is the amount spent on overhead expenses?
    (a) Rs.18,000
    (c) Rs.12,000
    (d) Rs.15,000
  4. Total expenditure on conveyance is:
    (a) Rs.20,000
    (b) Rs.10,000
    (c) Rs.12,000
    (d) Rs.15,000

The following chart represent Demand and Production for 5 companies ABCDE.
Q. 146-150
On the basis of the graph answer Question No. 146-150.

  1. If company A desires to meet the demand by purchasing surplus production of a company, then the most suitable company is:
    (a) E
    (b) B
    (c) C
    (d) D
  2. The ratio of the number of companies having more demand than production to those having more production than demand is:
    (a) 3:2
    (b) 2:3
    (c) 4:1
    (d) 2:2
  3. The difference between average demand and average production of the five companies taken together is:
    (a) 130
    (b) 620
    (c) 400
    (d) 280
  4. If the production of company D is h times of the production of company A. Then h equals:
    (a) 1.2
    (b) 1.8
    (c) 1.5
    (d) 2.5
  5. If x% of demand for company C equals demand for company B, then x equals:
    (a) 60
    (b) 4
    (c) 24
    (d) 20

Part-IV: General Awareness

  1. Natural system of classification was proposed by ___ botanists.
    (a) German
    (b) Swedish
    (c) British
    (d) Indian
  2. The amount of matter in a ball of steel is its
    (a) Mass
    (b) Density
    (c) Volume
    (d) Weight
  3. The largest reservoir of fresh water is
    (a) Ground water
    (b) Ponds
    (c) Lakes
    (d) Glaciers
  4. Minamata disease is caused by pollution of water by:
    (a) tin
    (b) methylisocyanate
    (c) mercury
    (d) lead
  5. Iron filling can be separated from a heterogeneous mixture using the technique of
    (a) Magnetization
    (b) Sedimentation
    (c) Evaporation
    (d) Sublimation
  6. Kimono is a dress style of which Asian Country?
    (a) Korea
    (b) Laos
    (c) China
    (d) Japan
  7. Which was the first linguistic state to be created?
    (a) Tamil Nadu
    (b) Andhra Pradesh
    (c) Maharashtra
    (d) Kerala
  8. Which Article of the Indian Constitution deals with Election Commission?
    (a) Article 356
    (b) Article 360
    (c) Article 324
    (d) Article 352
  9. What is the number of players on each side in Rugby Football?
    (a) 16
    (b) 12
    (c) 11
    (d) 15
  10. How much of world’s surface is covered by water?
    (a) 70%
    (b) 80%
    (c) 25%
    (d) 55%
  11. Who discovered the link between electricity and magnetism?
    (a) Maxwell
    (b) Diesel
    (c) Michael Faraday
    (d) Volta
  12. Earth day is celebrated on:
    (a) April 22
    (b) September 17
    (c) February 16
    (d) April 4
  13. World wildlife fund was found in:
    (a) 1969
    (b) 1992
    (c) 1961
    (d) 1965
  14. Among the following districts of Tamil Nadu, which district is unfit for cultivation due to increased salinity
    (a) Tiruchirapalli
    (b) Nagapattinam
    (c) Ramanathapuram
    (d) Coimbatore
  15. In which of the Round Table Conference Mahatma Gandhi participated?
    (a) First Round Table Conference, 1930
    (b) Second Round Table Conference, 1931
    (c) Third Round Table Conference, 1932
    (d) All of the Above
  16. Kathakali is a dance prevalent in which state?
    (a) Andhra Pradesh
    (b) Tamil Nadu
    (c) Orissa
    (d) Kerala
  17. The most suitable unit for expressing nuclear radius is
    (a) fermi
    (b) angstrom
    (c) micron
    (d) nanometre
  18. When was the League of Nations established?
    (a) In 1920
    (b) In 1939
    (c) In 1914
    (d) In 1918
  19. Who composed the Allahabad Pillar inscription?
    (a) Mahasena
    (b) Veerasena
    (c) Vishusena
    (d) Harisena
  20. The time element in price analysis was introduced by:
    (a) Alfred Marshall
    (b) J.S. Mill
    (c) J.R. Hicks
    (d) J.M. Keynes
  21. The Lalit Kala Akademi is devoted to the Promotion of
    (a) Literature
    (b) Music
    (c) Dance and Drama
    (d) Fine Arts
  22. Where did the Black-Hole tragedy took place
    (a) Calcutta
    (b) Murshidabad
    (c) Dacca
    (d) Monghyr
  23. Dr. P. Rama Rao Committee is related to which of the following?
    (a) Defence
    (b) Industry
    (c) Agriculture
    (d) Taxes
  24. Amino acids are required for the synthesis of
    (a) Lipids
    (b) Proteins
    (c) Carbohydrates
    (d) Alkaloids
  25. What is Kyoto Protocol?
    (a) It is an agreement among countries to take steps for planting trees to control pollution.
    (b) It is an agreement among countries to start using nuclear energy.
    (c) It is an agreement among countries to take steps for reducing global warming.
    (d) It is an agreement among countries to take for reducing acid rain
  26. India-born Vijai Sheshadri won the prestigious ‘2014 Pulitzer Prize in which of the following categories?
    (a) Poetry
    (b) Drama
    (c) Journalism
    (d) Music
  27. Which of the following Scientist proved that the path of each planet around the sun is elliptical?
    (a) Galileo
    (b) Newton
    (c) Copernicus
    (d) Kepler
  28. The King of Metal is:
    (a) Silver
    (b) Iron
    (c) Aluminium
    (d) Gold
  29. The headquarters of the Survey fo India Dept. (department) is located at
    (a) Dehradun
    (b) Hyderabad
    (c) New Delhi
    (d) Jaipur
  30. Who built the famous Shiva temple at Ellora?
    (a) Mauryan Emperor Ashoka
    (b) Gupta King Samudra Gupta
    (c) Chalukyan King pulikeshi II
    (d) Rashtrakuta Ruler Krishna I
  31. By whom was autonomous investment separated from induced investment?
    (a) Malthus
    (b) Joan Robinson
    (c) Adam Smith
    (d) Schumpeter
  32. The Simplest CPU scheduling algorithms is _____.
    (a) Round-robin scheduling algorithm
    (b) Multilevel scheduling algorithm
    (c) FCFS Scheduling algorithm
    (d) SJF Scheduling algorithm
  33. The most abundant element by number in the living system is;
    (a) Hydrogen
    (b) Oxygen
    (c) Carbon
    (d) Nitrogen
  34. Which of the following phenomenon helps to conclude that light is transverse wave?
    (a) Diffraction
    (b) Polarisation
    (c) Refraction
    (d) Interference
  35. Arundhati Roy is the author of
    (a) Disgrace
    (b) The tin Drum
    (c) My Childhood Days
    (d) God of Small Things
  36. The first Bio-Sphere Reserve in India has been established in
    (a) Nilgiri
    (b) Nanda Devi
    (c) Hazaribagh
    (d) Kanha
  37. Transpiration increase in
    (a) Hot, Damp and Windy Condition
    (b) Cool, damp and windy condition
    (c) Cool, dry and still condition
    (d) Hot, dry and windy condition
  38. Todar Mal, the brilliant revenue officer served under
    (a) Bhagwan Das
    (b) Humayun
    (c) Baz Bahadur
    (d) Sher Shah 
  39. Blowing Air with open pipe is an example of
    (a) Isochoric Process
    (b) Isobaric Process
    (c) Adiabatic Process
    (d) Isothermal Process
  40. Who is the author of the book “Romancing with Life”?
    (a) Dev Anand
    (b) Shash Tharoor
    (c) Bill Clinton
    (d) Kapil Dev
  41. Which of the following rivers originated from Trans HImalays?
    (a) Sindu
    (b) Saraswathi
    (c) Ganga
    (d) Yamuna
  42. If xylem and phloem are arranged in the same radius, such a vascular bundle is called
    (a) bicollateral
    (b) concentric
    (c) radial
    (d) collateral
  43. When price of a substitute of commodity ‘x’ falls, the demand for ‘x’
    (a) remains unchanged
    (b) Increase at increasing rate
    (c) rises
    (d) falls
  44. A demand curve will not shift
    (a) When only prices of substitute products change
    (b) When there is a change in advertisement expenditure
    (c) When only price of the commodity changes
    (d) When only income changes
  45. Christmas factor is involved in
    (a) Excretion
    (b) Digestion
    (c) Respiration
    (d) Blood Coagulation
  46. All forms of ROM are also known as ____
    (a) Middleware
    (b) Firmware
    (c) Shareware
    (d) Freeware
  47. Mixed Economy means
    (a) Co-existence of public and private sector
    (b) Co-existence of rich and poor
    (c) Co-existence of small and large Industries
    (d) Promoting both agriculture and Industries in the economy
  48. Plank’s constant has the dimension of
    (a) Liner momentum
    (b) Angular momentum
    (c) Force
    (d) Energy
  49. Rand is currency of
    (a) Iran
    (b) Romania
    (c) Norway
    (d) Namibia
  50. If the President wants to resign, he shall address his letter of resignation to
    (a) Vice-President of India
    (b) Speaker of Lok Sabha
    (c) Chief Justice of India
    (d) Prime Minister of India



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  2. mervin

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  3. mervin

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