Staff Selection Commission had successfully conducted the Combined Higher Secondary Level  (CHSL) exam on 1st November 2015. A lot of aspirants appeared in SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level  Lower Division Clerk/Data Entry Operator/Postal Assistant/Sorting Assistant exam. SSC CHSL (10+2) exam held in the various center of all over India. Official SSC CHSL Answer Key will be released soon on official website www.ssc.nic.in.

A lot of aspirants appeared in SSC CHSL exam 1 Nov 2015. Eager aspirants can check their performance in the examination. Unofficial SSC CHSL Answer Key 1 Nov 2015 is published below with Question paper. SSC CHSL exam conducted in two Shift Morning or Evening Shift. SSC CHSL LDC and DEO exam pattern is as follow.

Subject Questions Marks
General intelligence 50 50
English Language 50 50
Quantitative Aptitude 50 50
General Awareness 50 50

Every part of CHSL question paper consists four objective option and every question has a negative marking. Marks obtained in exam =(Total  correct Answer *1)-(Total incorrect answer*0.25). Mentioned above may differ from the Official.

SSC CHSL (10+2) LDC and DEO Answer key 1 Nov 2015:

Department Name: Staff Selection Commission
Exam Name: Combined Higher Secondary Level (10+2) exam
Vacancies Post: Lower Division Clerk, Data Entry Operator, Sorting Assistant, Postal Assistant
Number of Vacancies: 6578
Exam Pattern: Multiple choice type
Total Marks: 200
Duration: 120 minutes
Further procedure: Skill Test/ Typing Test
Official Website: ssc.nic.in

SSC CHSL Answer Key {Evening Shift}

SSC CHSL Answer key 1 Nov 2015:

Part-I: General Intelligence

Directions: In the following Nine Questions, find out the odd worlds/ number/ number pair from the given alternatives.

  1. Find out the odd number pair.
    (a) (24, 96)
    (b) (54, 216)
    (c) (61, 244)
    (d) (27, 135)
  2. Find out the odd letters,
    (a) STUA
    (b) RQPA
    (d) HGFA
    (d) MLKA
  3. Find our the odd word.
    (a) RIN
    (b) HAMAM
    (c) CINTHOL
    (d) PEARS
  4. Find out the odd letters.
    (a) RFD
    (b) PET
    (c) TIW
    (d) CAP
  5. Find out the odd pair.
    (a) Crayon- Chart
    (b) Brush-Paint
    (c) Pen-Ink
    (d) Pencil-Lead
  6. Find out the odd word.
    (a) Crane
    (b) Kingfisher
    (c) Humming bird
    (d) Sparrow
  7. Find out the odd letters.
    (a) IMQU
    (b) WZCF
    (c) ADGJ
    (d) LORU
  8. Find out the odd number pair.
    (a) 34-43
    (b) 57-75
    (c) 12-21
    (d) 15-41
  9. Find out the odd number.
    (a) 742956
    (b) 876321
    (c) 564327
    (d) 368127
  10. Identify the answer figure from which pieces given in the question figure have been cut.
    Q. 10
     Option (C) is correct
    Directions: In the following Nine question, select the related word/letters/number from the given alternatives.
  11. CEIM:DGLQ::FGIO: ?
    (a) GMSI
    (b) GMIS
    (c) GLIS
    (d) GILS
  12. Governor: State:: President:?
    (a) Organization
    (b) Country
    (c) Constituency
    (d) District
  13. Heart: Cardiologist::Brain:?
    (a) Ophthalmologist
    (b) Neurologist
    (c) Gynecologist
    (d) Nephrologist
  14. GFEH:RQPS::LKJM:?
    (a) VUWX
    (b) ONMP
    (c) LKNM
    (d) IHJG
  15. 17:102::23:?
    (a) 112
    (b) 216
    (c) 138
    (d) 413
  16. 235: 587::435: ?
    (a) 789
    (b) 989
    (c) 988
    (d) 788
  17. Car: Garrage::?: Hanger
    (a) Bus
    (b) Aeroplane
    (c) Truck
    (d) Train
  18. HIJK:GFED::NOPQ:?
    (a) FDEC
    (b) MLKJ
    (c) BCED
    (d) EFGH
  19. 4:36::?49
    (a) 6
    (b) 5
    (c) 7
    (d) 8
  20. If PNLJ:2468, then QOKL:?
    (a) 1367
    (b) 1376
    (c) 3591
    (d) 1276

    Directions:
    In the following two questions, which one set of letters when sequentially placed at the gaps in the given letter series shall complete it?
  21. _zy_zxy_yxzx_zyx_xy
    (a) yzxyx
    (b) yxzyz
    (b) xyzzy
    (d) zxyzy
  22. b_ac_cc_cb_ab_ac
    (a) bbaac
    (b) cbaba
    (c) abbbc
    (d) aabba
  23. Select the set of symbols which can be fitted correctly in the question.
    5_3_8_4_2=21
    (a) x,+,-,÷
    (b) +, x, -, ÷
    (c) +, x, +, ÷
    (d) -, x, +, ÷
  24. A watch reads 4:30. If the minute hand points East in which direction will the hour hand point?
    (a) North-East
    (b) North
    (c) South-West
    (d) south

    Direction:

    In the following Four questions, select the missing number from the given responses.
  25. 3 21 7
    4 ? 3
    2 16 8
    (a) 1
    (b) 10
    (c) 5
    (d) 12
  26. 8 13 10
    7 12 9
    10   15   ?
    (a) 12
    (b) 5
    (c) 8
    (d) 19

  27. Q. 27
    (a) 75
    (b) 50
    (c) 100
    (d) 25

  28. Q. 28
    (a) 1
    (b) 12
    (c) 8
    (d) 6
  29. A piece of paper is folded and punched as shown below in the question figures. From the given answer figures, indicate how it will appear when opened.
    Q. 29
    Opction (B) is correct
  30. 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 5 to 9. A letter from these matrices can be represented first by its row and next by its column, e.g., M can be represented by 01, 10 etc., and A can be represented by 56, 65 etc. Similarly, you have to identify the set for the word ROD.
    Q. 30
    (a) 67, 96, 57
    (b) 56, 66, 86
    (c) 58, 66, 78
    (d) 58, 69, 65
  31. Find out the incorrect term in the series.
    2, 5, 10, 3, 6, 18, 4, 7, 30
    (a) 6
    (b) 7
    (c) 30
    (d) 10In the following Three questions, arrange the following words as per order in the dictionary.
  32. Plate 2. Plane 3. Plaster 4. Plasma             5. Plastic
    (a) 2, 1, 5, 3, 4
    (b) 2, 4, 3, 5, 1
    (c) 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
    (d) 2, 5, 3, 4, 1
  33. Smoulder 2. Smother 3. Smuggle          4. Smudge
    (a) 1, 2, 3, 4
    (b) 4, 3, 2, 1
    (c) 2, 1, 4, 3
    (d) 1, 4, 3, 2
  34. Intervention 2. Intertwine 3. Interview        4. Intervene
    (a) 2, 3, 4, 1
    (b) 2, 4, 1, 3
    (c) 3, 4, 1, 2
    (d) 4, 3, 2, 1
  35. If a mirror is placed on the line MN, then which of the answer figures is the right image of the given figure?
    Q. 35
    Option (c) is correct
    Directions: In the following Three questions, a series is given, with one of term missing. Choose the correct alternative from the given ones that will complete the series.
  36. 1, 5, 13, 25, 41, 61, ?
    (a) 85
    (b) 81
    (c) 91
    (d) 77
  37. 1, 16, 81, 256, 625, ?
    (a) 1296
    (b) 4163
    (c) 1225
    (d) 2225
  38. EZ FY XG?
    (a) WH
    (b) GW
    (c) WG
    (d) HW
    Directions:  In the following Two questions, unscramble the letters to form a meaningful word. Then find out the correct numerical position of the letters.
  39. H N R  C  A             B
    1   2  3   4  5             6
    (a) 635241
    (b) 653412
    (c) 415623
    (d) 356412
  40. N I T I             F             E             I            N
    2 4 5 4             3             6             4             2
    (a) 32535246
    (b) 32435246
    (c) 24324256
    (d) 42342456
  41. Raghu jogged 2 km southwards, then he turned right and walked 5 km. He again turned right and walked and jogged 8 km. In which direction was he seen moving last?
    (a) East
    (b) South
    (c) North
    (d) West
  42. Five students are standing one behind the other in the playground facing the instructor. Malini is behind Anjana, but in front of Gayathri. Meena is in front of Shena, but behind Gayathri. What is the position of Meena?
    (a) Second from last
    (b) Extreme first
    (c) Second from first
    (d) Extreme last
  43. Which answer figure will complete the pattern in the question figure?
    Q. 43
    Option (A) is correct
  44. Four positions of a dice are given below:
    Q. 44
    Find the number on the face opposite to the face showing 4.
    (a) 5
    (b) 3
    (c) 6
    (d) 1
  45. In the question, two statements are given followed by two conclusions I and II. You have to consider the two statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. You have to decide which of the given conclusions, if any, follow from the given statements.
    Statements I: Creative persons are learned people.
    Some doctors are creative persons.
    Conclusions I: Some creative persons are learned people.
    II. Some learned people are doctors.
    (a) I
    (b) II
    (c) I & II
    (d) Neither I nor II
  46. In 5 years, ₹ 5,000 amounts to ₹ to 9,000. In what time at the same rate will ₹ 600 amounts to ₹900?
    (a) 6 years
    (b) 3 years
    (c) 5 years
    (d) 2 years
  47. If a means +, b means x, c means¸, d means -, then 20a10b45c5d12=?
    (a) 98
    (b) 74
    (c) 68
    (d) 88
  48. If in a certain code ONE is coded as 231, FIVE is coded as 9641, then how will be NINE coded?
    (a) 3631
    (b) 3613
    (c ) 3316
    (d) 3361
  49. In the question, two statements are given. You have to answer considering the statements to be true, even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts.
    Statements I: Plants grow from seeds.
    II: Seeds are produced by flowers.
    Conclusion:
    (a) Flowers and seeds are produced by plants.
    (b) Plants grow from flowers.
    (c) Seeds are produced by plants.
    (d) Flowers are produced by plants.
  50. Identify the diagram that best represents the relationship among classes given below:
    Library, Books, Racks
    Q. 50
    Option (D) is correct

Part-II: English Language

Directions: In the following Two Questions, a sentence has been given in Direct/Indirect Speech. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Indirect/ Direct Speech and mark your answer in the Answer-Sheet.

  1. The maid confessed to the police that it was she who had taken the diamond ring.
    (a) The police were told, “I have taken the diamond ring.”
    (b) The maid said, “I have stolen the diamond ring.”
    (c) The maid said, “It is I who took the diamond ring.”
    (d) The maid told the police, “It is I who have taken the diamond ring.”
  2. My father said to me, “Go now”.
    (a) My father ordered me to go then.
    (b) My father ordered me to go now.
    (c) My father ordered me to go later.
    (d) My father ordered to go now.

    Directions:
    In the following Ten Questions given below in the following passage, Some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer to each question out of the four alternatives and fill in the blanks by blackening the appropriate circle [•] in the Answer Sheet.Did the Earth always (i) as it does today? No, (ii) its origin about 4.8 billion years ago, our planet has (iii) a lot of changes. The initial ball of fire (iv) down and the surface slowly (v) solid. Today we (vi) that the Earth’s crust is divided (vii) several plates, (viii) move continuously. Entire continents (ix) been displaced and mountains, islands (x) new seas have been formed or have disappeared.
  3. (v)
    (a)turn
    (b) turned
    (c) has turned
    (d) turning
  4. (iv)
    (a) cooled
    (b) cooling
    (c) cools
    (d) cool
  5. (ix)
    (a) has
    (b) had
    (c) are
    (d) have
  6. (iii)
    (a) undergo
    (b)undergoes
    (c) underwent
    (d) undergone
  7. (x)
    (a) but
    (b) and
    (c) or
    (d) so
  8. (i)
    (a) looking
    (b) looks
    (c) looked
    (d) look
  9. (vi)
    (a) have known
    (b) had knows
    (c) know
    (d) knew
  10. (viii)
    (a) which
    (b) who
    (c) whom
    (d) whose
  11. (vii)
    (a) to
    (b) on
    (c) in
    (d) into
  12. (ii)
    (a) from
    (b) before
    (c) after
    (d) since

    Directions
    : In the following Four Questions, our of the four alternatives, choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the given word and mark it in the Answer-Sheet.
  13. Luxuriant
    (a) Class
    (b) Lush
    (c) Lovely
    (d) Luxurious
  14. Languid
    (a) Lively
    (b) Luxurious
    (c) Spirited
    (d) Lethargic
  15. Despair
    (a) Hopeless
    (b) Distress
    (c) Disrupt
    (d) Discourage
  16. Malady
    (d) Melody
    (b) Parody
    (c) Disease
    (d) Lady
    Directions: In the following Four Questions, sentences are 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 circle [•] in the Answer Sheet.
  17. The doctor ______ the woman that her son would recover.
    (a) assured
    (b) assumed
    (c) insured
    (d) ensured
  18. I have no ___ riches.
    (a) desirous of
    (b) desire to
    (c) desire for
    (d) desire of
  19. He is only an ____ director in the organization but he does his work sincerely.
    (a) honorary
    (b) honorific
    (c) honour
    (d) honourable
  20. A warm reception was ____ him.
    (a) accorded to
    (b) allied to
    (c) allotted to
    (d) given for
    Directions: In the following Four Questions, a sentence/a part of the sentence is underlined. Below are given alternatives to the underlined part which may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is needed blacken the circle [•] corresponding to “No improvement” in the Answer Sheet.
  21. He summarily dismissed what his son told him in a fit of rage.
    (a) No improvement
    (b) In a fit of rage he summarily dismissed what his son told him.
    (c) What his son told in a fit of rage he summarily dismissed.
    (d) He summarily dismissed in a fit of rage what his son told him.
  22. There were times in his life when he struggled for one square meal a day.
    (a) No improvement
    (b) he keeps struggling for meals.
    (c) he struggled one day for food.
    (d) he struggled with one square meal a day.
  23. Each and everyone of you are guilty of some crime or the other.
    (a) Everyone are guilty
    (b) Each and everyone of you is guilty
    (c) No improvement
    (d) Each and each of you are guilty
  24. Let you and I go together.
    (a) No improvement
    (b) me
    (c) mine
    (d) my
    Directions: In the following Four Questions, 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.
  25. A place where arms and weapons are stored.
    (a) tannery
    (b) kiln
    (c) arsenal
    (d) granary
  26. One who sells articles at public sales.
    (a) juggler
    (b) teller
    (c) milliner
    (d) auctioneer
  27. A partner in crime
    (a) assistant
    (b) helper
    (c) accomplice
    (d) alibi
  28. A general act of forgiveness or pardon.
    (a) gratification
    (b) amnesty
    (c) emancipation
    (d) benediction
    Directions: In the following Four Questions, choose the word opposite in meaning to the given word and mark it in the Answer-Sheet.
  29. Cautious
    (a) Careless
    (b) Thoughtful
    (c) Watchful
    (d) Alert
  30. Mammoth
    (a) Stupendous
    (b) Minute
    (c) Monumental
    (d) Prodigious
  31. Dubious
    (a) Easy
    (b) Assured
    (c) Double
    (d) Demise
  32. Abhor
    (a) Love
    (b) Hate
    (c) Miss
    (d) Mad
    Directions: In the following Four Questions, the 1st and last part of a 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 the sentence and find out which of the four combinations is correct. Then find the correct answer and indicate it in the Answer Sheet.
  33. A social network is
    P. provides a clear way of analyzing
    Q. a set of actors and the
    R. a social structure made up of
    S. dyadic ties between these actors
    6. The structure of whole social entities.
    (a) QSPR
    (b) SPRQ
    (c) PQRS
    (d) RQSP
  34. Some people seem to imagine
    P. and that when you have filled it with anything
    Q. and it becomes as empty
    R. that the human mind is like a bottle
    S. you pour it out again
    6. As it was before
    (a) RPSQ
    (b) PRSQ
    (c) RSPQ
    (d) PQRS
  35. England’s Cath Webb
    P. with her resolution
    Q. to make a sponge cake every day for a year
    R. hit the headlines in January
    S. and give it to a friend, family member or stranger
    6. Just to make them smile.
    (a) SPRQ
    (b) SRQP
    (c) RPQS
    (d) RSQP
  36. The pilgrimage to Mecca
    P. giving alms
    Q. recognizing Allah as the only God
    R. is one of the five religious duties of each Muslim
    S. along with praying five times a day
    6. And fasting four weeks once a year
    (a) SPQR
    (b) SQRP
    (c) RPQS
    (d) RSQP
    Directions: In the following Four Questions, 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.
  37. Find the correctly spelt word:
    (a) Bouganvella
    (b) Bougainvilla
    (c) Bougainvillea
    (d) Bougenvillea
  38. Find the correctly spelt word:
    (a) Courtious
    (b) Courtoeus
    (c) Courteous
    (d) Courteus
  39. Find the correctly spelt word:
    (a) Occurrence
    (b) Occurrance
    (c) Ocurrance
    (d) Occurance
  40. Find the correctly spelt word:
    (a) Diminutive
    (b) Diminuitive
    (c) Diminutiv
    (d) Dimenutive
    Directions:  In the following Four Questions, four alternatives are given for the Idiom/Phrase underlined. Choose the alternatives which best expresses the meaning of the Idiom\Phrase and mark it in the Answer Sheet.
  41. To eat humble pie.
    (a) to pretend to be humble
    (b) to act apologetically
    (c) to have a low estimate of oneself
    (d) to starve
  42. A Wild Goose Chase
    (a) a desperate effort
    (b) a useless effort
    (c) a good effort
    (d) a baseless effort
  43. Men like Vidyasagar and Bhagat Singh are the salt of the earth.
    (a) famous men
    (b) ideal men
    (c) hardworking men
    (d) makers of the earth
  44. There was a definite element of fabrication in the story, but he believed the account hook, line and sinker.
    (a) a little bit
    (b) hardly
    (c) not wholly
    (d) completely

    Directions: In the following Four Questions, some parts of the sentences have errors and some are correct. Find out which part of a sentence has an error and blacked the circle [•] corresponding to the appropriate correct option. If a sentence is free from error, blacken the circle [•] corresponding to “No Error” in the Answer Sheet.
  45. I jumped with the opportunity of going to Kashmir.
    (a) of going to Kashmir
    (b) with the opportunity
    (c) No error
    (d) I jumped
  46. Tutankhamun’s death mask is still untarnished after thirty four centuries.
    (a) No error
    (b) after thirty four centuries
    (c) Tutankhamun’s death mask
    (d) is still untarnished
  47. Forty minutes later James return to his family bearing an important piece of news.
    (a) bearing an important piece of news
    (b) Forty minutes later
    (c) No error
    (d) James return to his family
  48. The flower and the vine are growing well.
    (a) No error
    (b) The flower
    (c) and the vine
    (d) are growing well.

    Directions: In the following Two Questions, 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 you answer in the Answer-Sheet.
  49. He may have left a message for me.
    (a) He might have left a message for me.
    (b) A message may have been left for me.
    (c) A message may have been left for me by him.
    (d) A message might be left for me by him.
  50. Was the question answered?
    (a) Did the question get answered?
    (b) Were they answering the question
    (c) Was the answer to the question given?
    (d) Did they answer the questions?

 

 

 

 

Part-II: Quantitative Aptitude

  1. In 2 kg mixture of copper and aluminum, 30% is copper. How much aluminum powder should be added to the mixture so that the proportion of the copper becomes 20%?
    (a) 1000 gms
    (b) 800 gms
    (c) 1200 gms
    (d) 900 gms

    Directions: Read it carefully and answer Five Questions.
    Total cost of production of a firm is ₹ 250 lakh. Following pie-chart shows the percentage of costs of production in different purposes.
    Letters A, B, C, D represent the following:
    A= Cost of raw materials
    B=Cost of packing materials
    C=Cost of labour
    D=Maintenance cost
    Q. 102
  2. If the production increases to five times of the present cost, then the percentage increase of the cost is
    (a) 50%
    (b) 400%
    (c) 300%
    (d) 500%
  3. Cost of packing materials and raw materials together amounts to
    (a) ₹ 162.5 lakh
    (b) ₹ 175 lakh
    (c) ₹ 137.5
    (d) ₹ 87.5
  4. If the cost of production doubles in a period of 3 years, then the corresponding maintenance cost in rupees will be
    (a) ₹ 75 lakh
    (b) ₹ 12.5 lakh
    (c) ₹ 25 lakh
    (d) ₹ 125 lakh
  5. If the total maintenance cost increases from ₹ 12.5 lakh to ₹ 50 lakh, then the percentage increase of the maintenance cost is
    (a) 25%
    (b) 75%
    (c) 400%
    (d) 300%
  6. If the packing cost increases by 2%, then the new packing cost will be
    (a) ₹ 62.5 lakh
    (b) ₹ 5 lakh
    (c) ₹ 1.25 lakh
    (d) ₹ 63.75 lakh
  7. Arvind deposited a sum of money with a bank on 1st January, 2012 at 8% simple interest per annum. He received an amount ₹ 3.144 on 7th August, 2012.
    (a) ₹ 3, 080
    (b) ₹ 3, 000
    (c) ₹ 2, 500
    (d) ₹ 3, 100
  8. ABCD is a cyclic quadrilateral, AB is the diameter of the circle. If ÐACD=50o, the measure of ÐBAD is
    (a) 130o
    (b) 40o
    (c) 50o
    (d) 140o
  9. A man rows 12 km in 5 hours against the stream, the speed of current being 4 kmph. What time will be taken by him to row 15 km with the stream?
    (a) 1 hour 319/13 min.
    (b) 1 hour 358/13 min
    (c) 1 hour 345/13 min
    (d) 1 hour 332/13 min
  10. (x3-y6)(x3-y6) is equal to
    (a) x6+y12
    (b) x9-y36
    (c) x9+y36
    (d) x6-y12

    Directions: Study the following histogram and answer the Four questions.
    Q. 111
  11. The total no. of students on whom this survey was made is
    (a) 200
    (b) 210
    (c) 190
    (d) 220
  12. The percentage of students securing marks less than 50 is
    (a) (1000/21) %
    (b) (194/7)%
    (c) (496/21)%
    (d) (200/7) %
  13. The no. of students securing marks in the range 90-100 is
    (a) 10
    (b) 30
    (c) 20
    (d) 40
  14. The range of marks obtained by maximum no. of students is
    (a) 30-40
    (b) 60-70
    (c) 80-90
    (d) 50-60
  15. A man spends his three months’ income in four months’ time. If is monthly income is ₹ 1,000, then his annual saving is
    (a) ₹ 9,000
    (b) ₹ 6,000
    (c) ₹ 4,000
    (d) ₹ 3,000
  16. Divide 27 into two parts so that 5 times the first and 11 times the second together equals to 195. Then ratio of the first and second parts is
    (a) 17:10
    (b) 3:2
    (c) 2:7
    (d) 5:4
  17. The value of (cos0o +sin45o +sin 30o) (sin 90o –cos 45o +cos 60o) is
    (a) 5/4
    (b) 3/2
    (c) 3/4
    (d) 7/4
  18. Simplify
    Q. 118
    (a) 1/5
    (b) 2.4
    (c) 1.25
    (d) 0
  19. One-fifth of half of a number is 20. Then 20% of that number is
    (a) 60
    (b) 20
    (c) 80
    (d) 40
  20. The weight of a container completely filled with water is 2.25 kg. the container weighs 0.77 kg when its 0.2 part is filled with water. The weight (in kg) of a container when 0.4 part of it is filled with water, is
    (a) 0.40
    (b) 1.88
    (c) 0.74
    (d) 1.14

  21. Q. 121
    (a) 2x/ (y2-x2)
    (b) 2y/(x2-y2)
    (c) 2x/(x2-y2)
    (d) -2y/(x2-y2)
  22. The LCM of two numbers is 12 times their HCF. The sum of the HCF and LCM is 403. If one of the number is 93, then the other is
    (a) 120
    (b) 124
    (c) 112
    (d) 116
  23. The average marks of 14 students was 17. It was later found that the marks of one of the students has been wrongly entered as 42 instead of 56 and of another as 74 instead of 32. What is the correct average?
    (a) 69
    (b) 68
    (c) 71
    (d) 67
  24. A can do half of a piece of work in 1 day, whereas B can do full. B can do half the work as C in 1 day. The ratio of their efficiencies of work is
    (a 2:4:1
    (b) 2:1:4
    (c) 4:2:1
    (d) 1:2:4
  25. If x=5, then the value of the expression x2-2+(1/x2) is
    (a) 24/25
    (b) 576/25
    (c) 24/5
    (d) 625/24
  26. If a+(1/a)=-1, then the value of (1-a+a2)(1+a-a2) is
    (a) -4
    (b) 4
    (c) 1
    (d) 0
  27. Base of a prism of height 10 cm is square. Total surface area of the prism is 192 sq. cm. The volume of the prism is
    (a) 640 cm3
    (b) 120 cm3
    (c) 90 cm3
    (d) 160 cm3
  28. 15 men can finish a work in 20 days, however it takes 24 women to finish it in 20 days. If 10 men and 8 women undertake to completer the work, then they will take
    (a) 10 days
    (b) 20 days
    (c) 15 days
    (d) 30 days
  29. A low land, 48 m long and 31.5 m broad is raised to 6.5 dm. For this, earth is removed from a cuboidal hole, 27 m long and 18.2 m broad, dug by the side of the land. The depth of the hole will be
    (a) 2.2 m
    (b) 3 m
    (c) 2 m
    (d) 2.5 m
  30. A man rows to a place 60 km distant and back in 13 hours minutes. He finds that he can row 5 km with the stream in the same time as he can row 4 km against the stream. Find the rate of the stream.
    (a) 10 km/hr
    (b) 1 km/hr
    (c) 8 km/hr
    (d) 1/2 km/hr
  31. BE, CF are two medians of D ABC and G is their point of intersection. EF cuts AG at O. Ratio of AO:OG is equal to
    (a) 3:1
    (b) 1:3
    (c) 1:2
    (d) 2:3
  32. AB is diameter of a circle having centre at O. P is a point on the circumference of the circle. If Ð=POA=120o, then the measure of ÐPBO is
    (a) 75o
    (b) 68o
    (c) 70o
    (d) 60o
  33. If 2sin2q -3sin q +1=0, q being positive acute angle, then the values of q are
    (a) 45o, 50o
    (b) 60o, 45o
    (c) 60o, 55o
    (d) 30o, 90o
  34. A discount series of 10%, 20% and 40% is equal to a single discount of
    (a) 50%
    (b) 60.28%
    (c) 60%
    (d) 56.8%
  35. A vendor purchased 40 dozen bananas for ₹ 250. Out of these 30 bananas were rotten and could not be sold. At what rater per dozen should he sell the remaining bananas to make a profit of 20%?
    (a) ₹ 6
    (b) ₹ 12
    (c) ₹ 10
    (d) ₹ 8
  36. The length of two parallel chords of a circle of radius 5 cm are 6 cm and 8 cm in the same side of the centre. The distance between them is
    (a) 1.5 cm
    (b) 2 cm
    (c) 1 cm
    (d) 3 cm
  37. The time required for a sum of money to amount to four-time itself at 15% simple interest p.a. will be
    (a) 20 years
    (b) 30 years
    (c) 15 years
    (d) 10 years
  38. Average age of seven person in a group is 30 years, the average age of five persons of this group is 31 years. What is the average age of the other two persons in the group/
    (a) 15 years
    (b) 26 years
    (c) 55 years
    (d) None of these
  39. The value of sec4A (1-sin4A)-2tan2A is
    (a) 1
    (b) 2
    (c) 1/2
    (d) 0
  40. After deducting a commission of 5%, a T.V. set costs ₹ 9,595. It s marked price is
    (a) ₹ 12,000
    (b) ₹ 10,000
    (c) ₹ 10,100
    (d) ₹ 10,074.75
  41. If 5 tan A=4, then the value of
    Q. 141
    (a) 5/14
    (b) 9/14
    (c) 5/6
    (d) 7/9
  42. If x=2, y=1 and z=-3, then x3+y3+z3-3xyz is equal to
    (a) 0
    (b) 2
    (c) 6
    (d) 8
  43. Which one of the following is true?
    (a) 0>7/17>3/7>3/5
    (b) 0.5>2/3>3/4>(16/25)0.5   
    (c) 7/24>1/3>3/8>5/12
    (d) ½>2/3>3/4>4/5
  44. A bag contains coins of ₹ 1, 50 paise and 25 paise in the ratio 2:3:5. If the total value of these coins is ₹ 228, then the number of 50 ₹ coins in that bag was
    (a) 96
    (b) 124
    (c) 112
    (d) 144
  45. Ram, Rahim and Robert started a partnership business investing ₹ 30,000, ₹ 50,000 and ₹ 40,000 respectively. If they made an annual profit of ₹ 18,504, then the share of Rahim is
    (a) ₹ 7,510
    (b) ₹ 7,010
    (c) ₹7,170
    (d) ₹ 7,710
  46. The radii of a sphere and a right circular cylinder are 3 cm each, If their volumes are equals, then curved surface area of the cylinder is
    (a) 75 3/7cm2
    (b) 65 3/7 cm2
    (c) 74  3/7 cm2
    (d) 72 3/7 cm2
  47. If the angles of a triangle are in the ratio 2:3:5, then the measure of the least angle of the triangle is
    (a) 20o
    (b) 36o
    (c) 90o
    (d) 18o
  48. If x=a sec q +b tan q and y= a tan q + b sec q (a≠b), then the value of (x2-y2)/a2-b2) is
    (a) 1
    (b) 1/2
    (c) 0
    (d) 2
  49. ABC is a triangle in which ∠A=90o. Let P be any point on side AC. If BC=10 cm, AC = 8cm and BP=9 cm, then AP=
    (a) 3√3 cm
    (b) 2√5
    (c) 2√3 cm
    (d) 3√5 cm
  50. A right prism has triangular base. If v be the number of vertices, e be the number of edges and f be the number of faces of the prism. The value of (v+e-f)/2 is
    (a) 10
    (b) 2
    (c) 4
    (d) 5

Part-IV:-General Awareness

  1. There are only two metals that are non-silver in color, they are
    (a) Copper & Cold
    (b) Sodium & Magnesium
    (c) Palladium & Platinum                                                                            (d) Nickel & Zine
  2. Which is the final Appealable Court of _____?????
    (a) Supreme Court
    (b) High Court
    (c) District Court
    (d) Civil Court
  3. Respiration is controlled by ____ part of brain
    (a) Cerebellum
    (b) Olfactory Lobes
    (c) Hypothalamus
    (d) Medulla Oblongata
  4. Which country earned the title “The Queen of Seas”?
    (a) Germany
    (b) France
    (c) Britain
    (d) Italy
  5. A plane glass slab is kept over colored letters, the letter which appears least raised is
    (a) Blue
    (b) Red
    (c) Green
    (d) Violet
  6. Where is Brabourne Stadium located?
    (a) Mumbai
    (b) Jamshedpur
    (c) Kolkata
    (d) Cuttack
  7. Which of the following works as the basis of conservation of liner ____
    (a) Rocket
    (b) Jet
    (c) Helicopter
    (d) Aeroplane
  8. A defeat of vision in which the points in one plane of an object appear is focus while those in another plane are out of focus is called.
    (a) Myopia
    (b) Distortion
    (c) Astigmatism
    (d) Hypermetropia
  9. The most stable measure of Central tendency is
    (a) Range
    (b) Mean
    (c) Median
    (d) Mode
  10. Television was invented by
    (a) R.A Millikan
    (b) Louis Braille
    (c) J.L Baird
    (d) Lawrence
  11. Which of the following is observed as Sports Day every year?
    (a) 2 October
    (b) 22 April
    (c) 26 july
    (d) 29 August
  12. Centre for Ecological Sciences is situate at
    (a) Allahabad
    (b) Bengaluru
    (c) karnal
    (d) New Delhi
  13. India’s 1st Hi-Speed Rural Broadband Network has been commissioned in a district of:
    (a) Andhra Pradesh
    (b) Telangana
    (c) Karnataka
    (d) Kerala
  14. What is Hawala?
    (a) Full details of a object
    (b) Illegal transactions of foreign exchange
    (c) Illegal trading of shares
    (d) Tax evasion
  15. Amjad Ali Khan is associated with which of the following musical instruments?
    (a) Vkiolin
    (b) Sitar
    (c) Sarod
    (d) Veena
  16. Who was the first to use the term “Micro” Macro” in Economics in 1933?
    (a) James Tobin
    (b) Ragnar Frisch
    (c) Gurly
    (d) I Fischer
  17. When did India become a fully sovereign Democratic Republic?
    (a) 26th November, 1949
    (b) 26th November, 1930
    (c) 26th January, 1949
    (d) 26th November, 1951
  18. Who was the first Delhi Sultan to break the power of the Turkish nobles known as the ‘Chahalgani’ or the ‘Forty’?
    (a) Qutb-ud-din-Aibak
    (b) Iltutmish
    (c) Raziya
    (d) Balban
  19. Penicillin was discovered by:
    (a) Ian Fleming
    (b) Alexander Fleming
    (c) Edward jenner
    (d) Louis Pasteur
  20. The system is which the few govern many is known as
    (a) Monarchy
    (b) a
    (c) Autocracy
    (d) Plutocracy
  21. Reserve Bank of India was nationalized in:
    (a) 1945
    (b) 1947
    (c) 1948
    (d) 1949
  22. Vitamin which provides immunity
    (a) A
    (b) E
    (c) K
    (d) C
  23. The hard enamel layer of teeth is:
    (a) Calcium Phosphate
    (b) Calcium oxide
    (c) Calcium hydroxyl apatite
    (d) Calcium hydroxide
  24. Mercury thermometer was invented by:
    (a) Galileo
    (b) Fahrenheit
    (c) Newton
    (d) Priestley
  25. Which gas is responsible for depletion of ozone layer around earth which protect us from harmful ultra-violet rays?
    (a) Chlorofloro carbons
    (b) Nitrogen
    (c) Oxygen
    (d) Nitrogen oxide
  26. The ‘Great Bath’ was found at:
    (a) Harappa
    (b) Mohenjodaro
    (c) Lothal
    (d) Chanudaro
  27. A sufficiently large scale map indicating the detailed surface features of an area including relief is called:
    (a) Relief map
    (b) Chorographical map
    (c) Topographical map
    (d) Wall map
  28. The World Environment Day is celebrated on
    (a) June 16
    (b) June 5
    (c) April 7
    (d) August 6
  29. Who is the founder of Homeopathy?
    (a) Lainnce
    (b) Wakesman
    (c) Hahnemann
    (d) Domagk
  30. Which of the following is the best indicator of SO2 pollution?
    (a) Bryophyte
    (b) Pteridophyte
    (c) Lichen
    (d) Alge
  31. To whom did Allauddin Khilji entrust the mission to conquer South?
    (a) Ulugha Khan
    (b) Malik Kafur
    (c) Khizra Khan
    (d) Shaji Malik
  32. Mass number is the sum of:
    (a) Electrons and Protons
    (b) Protons and neutrons
    (c) Electron and neutrons
    (d) Only ptotons
  33. When is Human Rights day celebrated?
    (a) 12th
    (b) 9th Dec,
    (c) 10th Dec
    (d) 10th Oct
  34. Aggregate Monetary Resources is:
    (a) M1
    (b) M2
    (c) M3
    (d) M4
  35. Which of the following species is locally extinct in India?
    (a) Siberian Crane
    (b) The gyps Vulture
    (c) White Bellied Heron
    (d) Forest Owlet
  36. Who was the first Deputy Prime Minister of India?
    (a) Jawaharlal Nehru
    (b) Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel
    (c) Maulana Abul Kalam Azad
    (d) Gulzarilal Nanda
  37. The resistance of an ideal voltmeter is;
    (a) infinite
    (b) zero
    (c) high
    (d) low
  38. The lowest temperature is recorded by:
    (a) Mercurial Thermometer
    (b) Alcohol thermometer
    (c) Maximum reading thermometer
    (d) Minimum reading thermometer
  39. In marine whales, the limbs are modified as;
    (a) Flappers
    (b) Grippers
    (c) Slippers
    (d) Flippers
  40. Which scientist wrote a book called “A Brief History of Time”?
    (a) Stephen Hawking
    (b) Pasteur
    (c) J L Baird
    (d) Edward Jenner
  41. ICMP is used for:
    (a) Error reporting
    (b) Addressing
    (c) Forwarding
    (d) Multicasting
  42. According to which Article, State Legislative Council can be created or abolished?
    (a) Article 167
    (b) Article 168
    (c) Article 169
    (d) Article 170
  43. An electronic path, that sends signals from one part of computer to another is;
    (a) Logic Gate
    (b) Modem
    (c) Bus
    (d) Serial Port
  44. Breath analysers used by police to test drunken drivers works on the chemical basis of
    (a) Acid-Base reactions
    (b) Precipitation reactions
    (c) Complexation reactions
    (d) Redox reactions
  45. The Earth is nearest to the Sun on:
    (a) 4 July
    (b) 23 September
    (c) 21 March
    (d) 3 January
  46. Of the following rapeseed belongs to;
    (a) Mustard
    (b) Coffee
    (c) Papper
    (d) Linseed
  47. The last dynasty of the Delhi Sultanate was the:
    (a) Slave dynasty
    (b) Syed dynasty
    (c) Lodi dynasty
    (d) Khilji dynasty
  48. Which of the following regulates the working of share market in India?
    (a) MRTP Act
    (b) FERA
    (c) BIFR
    (d) SEBI
  49. The first National Part of India is:
    (a) Dachigam Wild Life Sanctuary
    (b) Corbett National Park
    (c) Simlipal National Park
    (d) Hazaribagh National Park
  50. The two components of an ecosystem are:
    (a) Plants and animals
    (b) Biotic and abiotic
    (c) Plants and lights
    (d) Weeds and micro-organisms

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