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2. This question paper contains Three Parts.
3. Section-1 is Physics, Section-2 is Chemistry and Section-3 is Mathematics.
4. Each Section is further divided into two parts: PART-A & PART-C
5. Rough spaces are provided for rough work inside the question paper. No additional sheets will be
provided for rough work.
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No. and write in ink your Name, Test Centre and other details at the designated places.
3. OMR sheet contains alphabets, numerals & special characters for marking answers.
C. Marking Scheme For All Three Parts.
(i) Part-A (01 10) contains 10 multiple choice questions which have only one correct answer. Each
question carries +3 marks for correct answer and 1 mark for wrong answer.
Part-A (11 15) contains 5 multiple choice questions which have one or more than one correct
answer. Each question carries +4 marks for correct answer. There is no negative marking.
(ii) Part-C (01 05) contains 5 Numerical based questions with single digit integer as answer, ranging
from 0 to 9 and each question carries +4 marks for correct answer. There is no negative marking.
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PART A
(Single Correct Choice Type)
This section contains 10 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B),
(C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
1. Three blocks (m
1
, m
2
& m
3
) are slid at constant velocity
across a rough surface as shown. The coefficient of kinetic
friction between each block and the surface is . What
would be the force due to m
1
on m
2
?
(A) F (m
2
m
3
)g
(B) (m
2
+ m
3
)g
(C) m
1
g (m
2
+ m
3
)g
(D) (m
1
+ m
2
+ m
3
)
m3
F
m2
m1
v
2. Two different masses are connected to two strings as
shown in the figure. Both masses rotate about a central
fixed point with angular velocity 10 rad/s on a smooth
horizontal plane. The ratio of tension T
1
/T
2
in the string
is
(A) 11/9 (B) 9/8
(C) 8/9 (D) 9/11
R2
M1 = 0.25 kg
M2 = 1.0 kg
R1 = 5 cm
R2 = 10 cm
R1
T2
T1 M1
M2
3. A ball is attached to a string and moves in a vertical circle. The string is always taut and
there are absolutely no resistive forces. Which of the following statements is most
correct:
(A) the net force on the ball is always vertical.
(B) the net force on the ball is always perpendicular to the velocity vector of the ball.
(C) the net force on the ball is always towards centre.
(D) the tension in the string is greatest when the ball is at its lowest point.
4. The work done by the force
2 2

F x i y j = +

around the path


shown in the figure is
(A)
3
2
a
3
(B) zero
(C) a
3
(D)
3
4
a
3
(0, 0)
X
Y
O
(0, a)
B(a, a) C
A
(a, 0)
5. A particle moves along the y-axis of a coordinate system, with a force component
F
y
= (2N/m
3
)y
3
acting on it. As the particle moves from the origin to y = 3 m, how much
work is done on it by the force?
(A) 0 J (B) 40.5 J
(C) 40.5 J (D) 162 J
6. A cannon ball of mass in m is fired with an initial velocity
x y

u u i u j = +

, which makes an
angle u = tan
1
(u
y
/u
x
) with respect to the horizontal. What is the work done by gravity on
the cannon ball till it reaches the peak (i.e., highest elevation) of its trajectory?
(A)
2
y
1
mu
2
(B)
2
x
1
mu
2
(C)
2
y
1
mu
2
(D)
2
x
1
mu
2

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7. In the figure, the ball A is released from rest, when the spring is at its
natural (unstretched) length. For the block B of mass M to leave
contact with ground at some stage, the minimum mass of A must be
(A) 2 M (B) M
(C) M/2 (D) M/4
A
B
M
8. Three particles start from the origin at same time one with a velocity
1
v along x axis, the
second along y axis with a velocity v
2
and third along the x = y line. The velocity of the
third, so that three may always lie on the same line is
(A)
1 2
v v
2
+
(B)
1 2
v v
(C)
1 2
1 2
v v
v v +
(D)
1 2
1 2
2v v
v v +
9. At a given instant, an observer stationary on the ground sees a package falling with
speed v
1
at some angle with the vertical. A pilot flying at a constant horizontal speed
relative to the ground sees the package falling vertically with a speed v
2
at the same
instant. What is the speed of the pilot relative to the ground?
(A) v
1
+ v
2
(B) v
1
v
2
(C)
2 2
1 2
v v (D)
2 2
1 2
v v +
10. An elevator is moving upwards with constant acceleration.
The dashed curve in the figure shows the position y of the
ceiling of the elevator as a function of time t. At the instant
indicated by the point P a bolt breaks loose and drops from
the ceiling. Which of the solid curves shown best describes
the position of the bolt as a function of time?
(A) I (B) II
(C) III (D) IV
P
t
y
I II
III
IV
(Multi Correct Choice Type)
This section contains 5 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B),
(C) and (D) out of which ONE OR MORE may be correct.
11. Choose the correct option(s)
(A) If only conservative forces act on a particle, the kinetic energy stays constant.
(B) If the net force acting on an object is zero, then the object is at rest.
(C) If net mechanical work is done on a body, the velocity body must change.
(D) If net mechanical work is done on a body, the speed of body must change.
12. A person pulls a block across a rough horizontal surface at a
constant speed by applying a force F. The arrows in the figure
correctly indicate the directions, but not necessarily the
magnitudes of the various forces on the block. Which of the
following relations among the force magnitudes W, f
k
, N and F
must be true?
(A) F = f
k
(B) F > f
k
(C) N < W (D) N > W
N
v
W
F
f
k
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13. A block is stationary relative to a moving inclined plane. No
other information is given. The frictional force on the block can
be
(A) zero (B) downward
(C) upward (D) >mg
u
m
u
14. Three blocks a, b, and c of masses 10 kg, 10 kg and 20 kg
are arranged as shown in figure. All the surfaces are
frictionless and string is inextensible. Pulleys are light. A
constant force F = 20 N is applied on block a as shown.
Pulleys and string are light. Part of the string connecting both
pulleys is vertical and part of the strings connecting pulleys
with masses m
1
and m
2
are horizontal.
(A) Acceleration of mass blocks a, b and c is 0.5 m/s
2
.
(B) Acceleration of mass block b is 1.
(C) Tension in the string is 10 N.
(D) Acceleration of mass block c is 0.5
c
b
a
F
15. Choose correct option(s)
(A) It is possible for an object to accelerate (a = 0) and still have a constant speed.
(B) It is possible for an object to accelerate (a = 0) and still travel in a straight path.
(C) It is possible for an object to accelerate (a = 0) and still have a constant velocity.
(D) It is not possible for an object to have acceleration & yet have no displacement in a
time interval.
PART C
(Integer Type)
This section contains 5 questions. The answer to each question is a single-digit integer,
ranging from 0 to 9. The correct digit below the question number in the ORS is to be bubbled.
1. If the area of a parallelogram whose diagonals are represented by ( k j i 3

+ + ) and
( k j i

) is
y
2
then y is
2. A particle B of mass 5 kg is attached to a frictionless pivot, A,
by a thread of length d = 0.2 m so that B hangs freely. At
some instant of time a strong wind begins to apply a constant
horizontal force F = 100 N on B, as a result it rotates about A
in a vertical plane. Find the speed (in m/s) of B at the instant
when the string is horizontal.
A
B
F
g
v
d
3. A small particle slides from height H = 45 cm as shown
and then loops inside the vertical loop of radius R from
where a section of angle u = 60 has been removed. If
R = (1/N) meter, such that after losing contact at A and
flying through the air, the particle will reach at the point
B. Find N. Neglect friction everywhere.
R
60
B
A
H
4. At what angle u
0
(is t/n) should a shell be fired if at the top of its trajectory its path has a
radius of curvature equal to twice the maximum height of the trajectory. Then n is
5. A block of mass M = 2 kg rests on the top of a smooth horizontal fixed table top, resting
inside a rail car, which is moving with a constant velocity V
0
= 2m/s over a horizontal
track.
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A person P riding in the car pushes the block with a horizontal force F = 1 N in the
direction of velocity for a time t = 2 sec. Then at the end of this interval, the kinetic
energy (in J) of the block as assessed by P is less than that computed by another
person Q standing at rest on the ground by a value of ___________Joule.
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PART A
(Single Correct Choice Type)
This section contains 10 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B),
(C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
1. Which of the following molecule has the lowest value of dipole moment?
(A) OF
2
(B) OCl
2
(C) OBr
2
(D) H
2
O
2. Which of the following is an exothermic process?
(A) , ) , ) N g e N g

+ (B) , ) , ) O g e O g

+
(C) , ) , )
2
S g e S g

+ (D) , ) , ) Na g Na g e
+
+
3. How many moles of
2
2 4
C O

(oxalate ions) can be completely oxidized by one mole of
4
MnO

ions in acidic medium?


2 2
4 2 4 2 2
MnO C O H Mn CO H O
+ +
+ + + +
(A) 3 (B) 5
(C) 2.5 (D) 10
4. Which of the following statement is correct regarding the compressibility factor(Z) of a
gas at Boyle temperature?
(A) Z > 1 at high pressure and Z < 1 at low pressure
(B) Z = 1 at all pressure range
(C) Z = 1 at low pressure and Z > 1 at high pressure
(D) Z = 1 at low pressure and Z < 1 at high pressure
5. Which of the following substance is not a product of the following reaction?
2
NaOH NO Pr oduct +
(A) NaNO
3
(B) NaNO
2
(C) Na
2
O (D) H
2
O
6. Which of the following metal oxide is not reduced to the corresponding metal with
hydrogen?
(A) PbO (B) CaO
(C) CuO (D) Ag
2
O
7. Which of the following electron has the maximum value of orbital angular momentum?
(A) The valence electron of potassium (B) The unpaired electron of chlorine
(C) The highest energetic electron of zinc (D) The lowest energetic electron of zinc
8. In which of the following option, the central atoms of the given species undergo same
type of hybridization?
(A)
2 2
ICl and ICl
+
(B)
2
3 2
SO and NH

(C) XeF
2
and BeF
2
(D)
2 2
3 3
CO and SO

9. Which of the following change takes place with least amount of energy?
(A)
, ) , )
2 2 1 3
C 2s 2p C 2s 2p (B)
, ) , )
2 2 1 3
Si 3s 3p Si 3s 3p
(C)
, ) , )
2 4 1 5
Cr 4s 3d Cr 4s 3d (D)
, ) , )
2 2 1 3
Ge 4s 4p Ge 4s 4p
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10. Which of the following acid has identical value of normality and molarity?
(A) H
2
CO
3
(B) H
3
PO
3
(C) H
3
BO
3
(D) H
3
PO
4
(Multi Correct Choice Type)
This section contains 5 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B),
(C) and (D) out of which ONE OR MORE may be correct.
11. The bond order of which of the following molecule(s) or ion(s) is/are greater than one?
(A) BF
3
(B)
2
3
CO

(C) NF
3
(D)
4
NH
+
12.
3 4 2 4 2
H PO 2NaOH Na HPO 2H O + +
Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct for the above reaction?
(A) The equivalent mass of H
3
PO
4
is 49.
(B) The acidity of NaOH is 2.
(C) H
3
PO
4
will be the limiting reactant if equal mass of H
3
PO
4
and NaOH are taken for
the reaction.
(D) The maximum n-factor of H
3
PO
4
can be three.
13. Which of the following elements are correctly arranged with respect to their second
ionization energy?
(A) O > N (B) B > C
(C) Cu > Zn (D) C > Si
14. Which of the following substance(s) produce(s) gases on heating?
(A) Ca(HCO
3
)
2
(B) Na
2
CO
3
(C) NaNO
3
(D) KNO
2
15. Which of the following metal(s) with their given work function(s) in the bracket, will show
photoelectric effect when light of 300 nm wavelength falls on them?
(A) Cu(4.8 eV) (B) Li(3.2 eV)
(C) Mg(4.6 eV) (D) K(2.2 eV)
PART C
(Integer Type)
This section contains 5 questions. The answer to each question is a single-digit integer,
ranging from 0 to 9. The correct digit below the question number in the ORS is to be bubbled.
1. A vessel contains SO
2
and CH
4
gases in molar ratio of 2: 3. If the simplest ratio of their
relative rate of effusion through a small orifice is x : y, then (x + y) is:
2. How many of the following substance(s) produce(s) gas(es) when react(s) with water?
Na
2
O, KO
2
, Ca
3
N
2
, Mg
2
C
3
, NaNO
3
, CaH
2
, MgSO
4
, Na
2
CO
3
, Ca
3
P
2
and BaO
2
3. 300 mL of 0.4 N solution of
4
MnO

exactly oxidises 0.04 mole of a metal in +2 oxidation


state in acidic medium. If the oxidation number of the metal after oxidation is +x, the
value of x is:
4. The dipositive(2+) ions of how many of the following atoms(s) contain(s) unpaired
electrons?
Li, Mg, Fe, Al, Cl, Ca, Zn, Ni, Ti, S, P and Si
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5. In how many of the following compound(s), the central atom(s) use(s) d-orbitals for bond
formation?
NH
3
, SO
2
, SO
3
. SF
2
, SF
4
, PF
5
, XeF
2
, POCl
3
, ClF
3
and IF
7
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PART A
(Single Correct Choice Type)
This section contains 10 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B),
(C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
1. The equations of the diagonals of the square formed by the pairs of straight line
2 2
3x 8xy 3y 0 + = and
2 2
3x 8xy 3y 2x 4y 1 0 + + = are
(A) x 2y, 4x 2y 1 0 = + + = (B) 2x y 0, 2x 4y 1 + = = +
(C) x 2y, 2x 4y 1 = = + (D) 2x y 0, 4x 2y 1 0 + = + + =
2. If the slope of one of the lines represented by
2 2
ax 2hxy by 0 + + = is the square of the
other, then
(A)
2
a b 8h
6
h ab
+
+ = (B)
2
a b 8h
0
h ab

+ =
(C)
2
a b 8h
0
h ab
+
= (D)
2
a b 8h
0
h ab
+
+ =
3. The difference between the slopes of the pair of straight line
, )
2 2 2 2 2
tan cos x 2xy tan y sin 0 o + o o + o = is
(A) 1 (B) 1
(C) 3 (D) 2
4. The angle between the lines represented by
1 1 1
xcos y sin p e + e = and
2 2 2
xcos y sin p e + e = is
(A) , )
o
1 2
90 e + e (B) , )
o
1 2
180 e + e
(C)
1 2
e e (D)
1 2
e + e
5. Number of non zero integer values of k for which the points
, )
2
k,k lies inside the triangle
formed by the lines 11x 6y 14 0, 9x y 12 0, 2x 5y 17 0 + + = + = + = is
(A) 0 (B) 2
(C) 3 (D) 4
6. The area bounded by the curves x 2 y 1 + = and x = 0 is
(A)
1
4
(B)
1
2
(C) 1 (D) 2
7. If , ) , ) , ) sin sin sin 2sin sin ,0 , , o + | o | = | + < o | < t then the family of lines
sin x sin y sin 0 o + | + = passes through
(A) (-1, 1) (B) (1, 1)
(C) (1, -1) (D) (-1, -1)
8. The number of real solutions of the equation log (-x) = 2log (x + 1) is
(A) zero (B) one
(C) two (D) three
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9. If cos cos sin sin , o + | = o + | then cos2 cos2 o + | is equal to
(A) , ) 2sin o + | (B) , ) 2cos o + |
(C) , ) 2sin o + | (D) , ) 2cos o + |
10. If 2cos sin 1, u + u = then 7cos 6sin u + u equals
(A) 1 or 2 (B) 2 or 3
(C) 2 or 4 (D) 2 or 6
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This section contains 5 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B),
(C) and (D) out of which ONE OR MORE may be correct.
11. A line which makes an acute angle u with the positive direction of x axis is drawn
through the point P (3, 4) to meet the line x = 6 at R and y = 8 at S, then
(A) PR 3sec = u (B) PS 4cosec = u
(C)
, ) 2 3sin 4cos
PR PS
sin2
u + u
+ =
u
(D)
, ) , )
2 2
9 16
1
PR PS
+ =
12. If x sec tan = | | and y cosec cot , = | + | then
(A)
y 1
x
y 1
+
=

(B)
y 1
x
y 1

=
+
(C)
1 x
y
1 x
+
=

(D) xy x y 1 0 + + =
13. A ray of light is sent along the line 3x y 9 0 + = . Upon reaching the line 2x 7y 8 0, + =
the ray gets reflected from it. Then.
(A) equation of the reflected ray is the form , ) 3x y 9 2x 7y 8 0 + + + = where is a
real number
(B) equation of the reflected ray is 129x 107y 269 0 =
(C) equation of the reflected ray is 107x 129y 269 0 =
(D) the ray of light hits the line 2x 7y 8 0 = at the point
55 6
,
19 19
| |

\
14. The equation of a circle in which the chord joining the points (1, 2) and (2, 1) subtends
an angle of
4
t
at any point on the circumference is
(A)
2 2
x y 5 0 + = (B)
2 2
x y 6x 2y 5 0 + + =
(C)
2 2
x y 6x 2y 15 0 + + + = (D)
2 2
x y 2x 4y 4 0 + + =
15. A square is inscribed in the circle
2 2
x y 10x 6y 30 0 + + = . One side of the square is
parallel to y x 3, = + then one vertex of the square is
(A) (5,1) (B) (7,3)
(C) (3, 3) (D) (5, 5)
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PART C
(Integer Type)
This section contains 5 questions. The answer to each question is a single-digit integer,
ranging from 0 to 9. The correct digit below the question number in the ORS is to be bubbled.
1. If the lengths of direct and transverse common tangent to two circles
2 2
x y 14x 4y 28 0 + + + = and
2 2
x y 14x 4y 28 0 + + = are and the value of
2
+
must be
2. If a, b, c be the sides of a triangle ABC with right angle at C. The medians AD and BE
have slopes 1 and 2 respectively. Then ab = kc
2
where 36 I k I equals_____________
3. A point P is selected inside an equilateral triangle. If sum of lengths of perpendicular
dropped on to sides from P is 2014, then
length of altitude of triangle
2014
is equal to
_______
4. If a + b = 3 cos4u and a b = 4sin2u, then ab is always less than equal to
5. Tangents are drawn from P (6, 8) to the circle
2 2 2
x y r , + = then the radius of the circle
such that the area of the A formed by tangents and chord of contact is maximum must
be
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QP CODE:
SECTION I (PHYSICS) SECTION II (CHEMISTRY) SECTION III (MATHS)
PART A PART A PART A
Q.N. Ans. Con.Code Q.N. Ans. Con.Code Q.N. Ans. Con.Code
1. B P110404 1. A C110304 1. B M110722
2. B P110414 2. B
C110704,
C110703
2. A M110730
3. D P110414 3. C C111102 3. D M110731
4. B P110507 4. C C111203 4. C M110710
5. B P110507 5. C C110809 5. C M110712
6. C P110507 6. B C111003 6. B M110708
7. C P110513 7. C C110103 7. A M110723
8. D P110320 8. B C110305 8. B M110202
9. C P110320 9. C C110111 9. B M111305
10. D P110320 10. C C110207 10. D M111304
11. CD P110502 11. AB C110307 11. ABCD M110715
12. BC P110404 12. ACD C111101 12. BCD M111402
13. ABCD P110404 13. ABCD C110703 13. ACD M110723
14. BC P110404 14. AC
C110808,
C110908
14. AB M110801
15. AB P110413 15. BD C110103 15. ABCD M110802
PART C PART C PART C
1. 4 P110204 1. 4 C111208 1. 9 M110813
2. 2 P110502 2. 5
C110802,
C110902
2. 8 M110710
3. 5 P110513 3. 5 C111102 3. 1 M110707
4. 4 P110316 4. 8 C110112 4. 1 M111411
5. 8 P110507 5. 8 C110305 5. 5 M110811