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i;k bu funsZ 'kksa dks /;ku ls i<+ s A vkidks 5 feuV fo'ks "k :i ls bl dke ds fy, fn;s x;s gS aA

Time : 3 Hours

A.
1.

funs Z ' k / INSTRUCTIONS


lkekU; / General :
;g iqfLrdk vkidk iz'u&i= gAS bldh eqgj rc rd u rksM+s tc rd fujh{kd ds }kjk bldk funZs'k u fn;k tk;sA

2.

This booklet is your Question Paper. Do not break the seal of this booklet before being instructed to do so by the
invigilator.
iz'u&i= dk dksM (CODE) bl i`"B ds ijh nk;sa dkSus ij Nik gSA
The question paper CODE is printed on the right hand top corner of this sheet.

3.

dPps dk;Z ds fy, [kkyh i`"B vkjS [kkyh LFkku bl iqfLrdk esa gh gSaA dPps dk;Z ds fy, dksbZ vfrfjDr dkxt ugha fn;k tk;sxkA

Blank spaces and blank pages are provided in the question paper for your rough work. No additional sheets will
be provided for rough work.
4.

dksjs dkxt] fDyi cksMZ] ykWx rkfydk] LykbM :y] dYS dqyVs j] deS jk] lsyQksu] istj vkSj fdlh Hkh izdkj ds bysDVkWfud midj.k dh
ijh{kk d{k esa vuqefr ugha gSaA

Blank papers, clipboards, log tables, slide rules, calculators, cameras, cellular phones, pagers and electronic
gadgets of any are NOT allowed inside the examination hall.
5.
6.
7.
8.

bl iqfLrdk ds fiNys i`"B ij fn, x, LFkku esa viuk uke vkSj QkWeZ uEcj fyf[k,A

W rite your name and Form number in the space provided on the back cover of this booklet.
mkj i=] ,d ;a=&Js.khdj.k ;ksX; i= (ORS) gS tks fd vyx ls fn;s tk;saxsA
The answer sheet, a machine-readable Optical Response Sheet (ORS), is provided separately.
vks-vkj-,l-(ORS) ;k bl iqfLrdk esa gsj&Qsj@fofr u djsa / DO NOT TAMPER WITH/MUTILATE THE ORS OR THIS BOOKLET.
bl iqfLrdk dh eqgj rksM+us ds i'pkr d`i;k tkp ysa fd blesa 44 i`"B gSa vkSj izR;sd fo"k; ds lHkh 20 iz'u vkSj muds mkj fodYi Bhd

ls i<+s tk ldrs gSaA lHkh [kaMksa ds izkjEHk esa fn;s gq, funsZ'kksa dks /;ku ls i<+As

On breaking the seal of the booklet check that it contains 44 pages and all the 20 questions in each subject and
corresponding answer choices are legible. Read carefully the instructions printed at the beginning of each section.
B. vks - vkj-,l- (ORS) dk Hkjko / Filling the ORS :
9. ijh{kkFkhZ dks gy fd;s x;s iz'u dk mkj ORS mkj iqfLrdk esa lgh LFkku ij dkys ckWy ikbUV dye ls mfpr xksys dks xgjk djds nsuk gA
S
A candidate has to write his / her answers in the ORS sheet by darkening the appropriate bubble with the help of
Black ball point pen as the correct answer(s) of the question attempted.
10. ORS ds (i` "B la [;k 1) ij ekaxh xbZ leLr tkudkjh /;ku iwoZd vo'; Hkjsa vkSj vius gLrk{kj djsaA
Write all information and sign in the box provied on part of the ORS (Page No. 1).
C. iz ' ui= dk iz k:i / Question Paper Formate :

bl iz'u&i= ds rhu Hkkx (HkkSfrd foKku] jlk;u foKku vkSj xf.kr) gSaA gj Hkkx ds rhu [kaM gSaA

The question paper consists of 3 parts (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics). Each part consists of three sections.
11.

[kaMI / SECTION I
Hkkx esa 8 cgqfodYi iz'u gSaA gj iz'u esa pkj fodYi (A), (B), (C) vkSj

(D) gSa ftuesa ls ,d ;k vf/kd lgh gSaA


Contains 8 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which
ONE or MORE are correct.
(ii) Hkkx esa 4 cgq fodYi iz ' u gSaA izR;sd iz'u esa lqesyu lwpha gSA lwfp;ksa ds fy, dksM ds fodYi (A), (B), (C) vkSj (D) gSa ftuesa
(i)

ls ds o y ,d lgh gSaA

Contains 4 multiple choice questions. Each question has matching lists. The codes for the lists have choices
(A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct
12. [ka M II es a ,d Hkh iz ' u ugha gSA / There is no questions in SECTION-II
13. [ka M -III es a 4 iz ' u gSaA izR;sd iz'u dk mkj 000 ls 999 rd (nksuksa 'kkfey) ds chp dk rhu va d dk iw.kkd gSA
Section-III contains 4 questions The answer to each question is a three digit integer, ranging from 000 to 999
(both inclusive)
14. [ka M -IV es a 4 iz ' u gSaA izR;sd iz'u dk mkj 0 ls 9 rd (nksuksa 'kkfey) ds chp dk ,dy vadh; iw.kkd gSA
Section-IV contains 4 questions The answer to each question is a single digit integer, ranging from 0 to 9
(both inclusive)

DO NOT BREAK THE SEALS WITHOUT BEING INSTRUCTED TO DO SO BY THE INVIGILATOR \ fujh{kd ds vuqns'kksa ds fcuk eqgjsa u rks M+ s

Please read the instructions carefully. You are allotted 5 minutes specifically for this purpose.

i;k 'ks "k funs Z' kksa ds fy;s bl iq fLrdk ds vfUre i`"B dks i<+s A / Please read the last page of this booklet for rest of the instructions

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Hkkx -1

Part-1

Hkkx -2
Part-2

Hkkx -3
Part-3

fo"k;

[k.M

i`"B la [;k

Subject

Section

Page No.

HkkSfrd foKku

I(i)

,d ;k vf/kd lgh fodYi izdkj

03 - 09

I(ii)

lqey
s u lwpha izdkj

10 - 14

Physics

jlk;u foKku
Chemistry

xf.kr

Mathematics

One or More Options Correct Type


Matching List Type

III

iw.kkd eku lgh izdkj

(000 ls 999)
Integer Value Correct Type (000 to 999)

15 - 16

IV

iw.kkd eku lgh izdkj

17 - 19

I(i)

,d ;k vf/kd lgh fodYi izdkj

20 - 22

I(ii)

lqey
s u lwpha izdkj

23 - 26

(0 ls 9)
Integer Value Correct Type (0 to 9)
One or More Options Correct Type
Matching List Type

III

iw.kkd eku lgh izdkj

27 - 28

IV

iw.kkd eku lgh izdkj

29 - 31

I(i)

,d ;k vf/kd lgh fodYi izdkj

32 - 34

I(ii)

lqey
s u lwpha izdkj

35 - 38

III
IV

(000 ls 999)
Integer Value Correct Type (000 to 999)
(0 ls 9)
Integer Value Correct Type (0 to 9)
One or More Options Correct Type
Matching List Type

iw.kkd eku lgh izdkj

(000 ls 999)
Integer Value Correct Type (000 to 999)

39 - 40

iw.kkd eku lgh izdkj (0 ls 9)


Integer Value Correct Type (0 to 9)

41 - 42

SOME USEFUL CONSTANTS


Atomic No.
Atomic masses :

H = 1, B = 5, C = 6, N = 7, O = 8, F = 9, Al = 13, P = 15, S = 16, Cl = 17,


Br = 35, Xe = 54, Ce = 58,
H = 1, Li = 7, B = 11, C = 12, N = 14, O = 16, F = 19, Na = 23, Mg = 24,
Al = 27, P = 31, S = 32, Cl = 35.5, Ca=40, Fe = 56, Br = 80, I = 127,
Xe = 131, Ba=137, Ce = 140,

Boltzmann constant

k = 1.38 1023 JK1

Coulomb's law constant

1
= 9 10 9
4 pe0

Universal gravitational constant


Speed of light in vacuum
StefanBoltzmann constant
Wien's displacement law constant
Permeability of vacuum

G = 6.67259 1011 Nm2 kg2


c = 3 108 ms1
s = 5.67 108 Wm2K4
b = 2.89 103 mK
0 = 4p 107 NA2

Permittivity of vacuum

0 =

Planck constant

h = 6.63 1034 Js

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HAVE CONTROL HAVE PATIENCE HAVE CONFIDENCE 100% SUCCESS


BEWARE OF NEGATIVE MARKING

PART-1 : PHYSICS
Hkkx-1 : HkkSfrd foKku

SECTIONI : (i) One or more options correct Type


[k.M -I : (i) ,d ;k vf/kd lgh fodYi izd kj
This section contains 8 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and
(D) out of which ONE or MORE are correct.
bl [k.M esa 8 cgq fodYi iz 'u gaSA izR;sd iz'u esa pkj fodYi (A), (B), (C) vkSj (D) gaS] ftuesa ls ,d ;k

vf/kd lgh gSA

1.

A charged particle having its charge to mass ratio as b goes in a conical pendulum of length L making
an angle q with vertical and angular velocity w. If a magnetic field B is directed vertically downwards
(see figure) :
1
g

(A) B = w b
wL cos q
(B) Angular momentum of the particle about the point of suspension remains constant.
(C) If the direction of B were reversed maintaining same w and L, then q will remain unchanged.
(D) Rate of change of angular momentum of the particle about the point of suspension is not a constant
vector.
w
L q
B

,d vkosf'kr d.k ftldk vkos'k&O;eku vuqikr b g]S fp=kuqlkj yEckbZ L okys ,d 'kaDokdkj yksyd esa xfr djrk
gAS ;g okZ/kj ls q dks.k cukrk gS rFkk bldk dks.kh; osx w gAS ;fn ;gk ,d pqEcdh; {ks= B /okZ/kj uhps dh fn'kk
esa dk;Zjr gks rks %&
1
g

(A) B = w b
wL cos q
(B) fuyEcu fcUnq ds lkis{k d.k dk dks.kh; laosx fu;r cuk jgrk gSA

(C) ;fn w o L ds eku ogh j[ks tk;sa rFkk B dh fn'kk dks O;qRfer dj nsa rks q dk eku ifjofrZr ugha gksxkA
(D) fuyEcu fcUnq ds lkis{k d.k ds dks.kh; laosx esa ifjorZu dh nj ,d fu;r lfn'k ugha gSA
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2.

In the a-decay of a U-238 nucleus the energy released in the decay is Q. The U-238 nucleus was initially
stationary. Which of the following is (are) true?
(A) Ratio of K.E. of a-particle and Thorium nucleus is 117 : 2
(B) Ratio of K.E. of Thorium nucleus and a-particle is 1 : 234
(C) Momentum of a-particle is

234Qm a
119

(D) Recoil velocity of Thorium nucleus is

234Q
119 117m Th

U-238 ukfHkd ds a-fo?kVu esa mRlftZr tkZ dk eku Q gAS U-238 ukfHkd izkjEHk esa fLFkj FkkA lgh dFku@dFkuksa dks

pqfu, %&
(A) a-d.k rFkk Fkksfj;e ukfHkd dh xfrt tkZ dk vuqikr 117 : 2 gSA
(B) Fkksfj;e ukfHkd rFkk a-d.k dh xfrt tkZ dk vuqikr 1 : 234 gSA
(C) a-d.k dk laox
s

234Qm a
gSA
119

(D) Fkksfj;e ukfHkd dk izfrf{kIr osx

234Q
119 117m Th gSA

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3.

Given a square frame of diagonal length 2r made of insulating wires. There is a short dipole, having dipole
moment P, fixed in the plane of the figure lying at the center of the square, making an angle q as shown
in figure. Four identical particles having charges of magnitude q each and alternatively positive and
negative sign are placed at the four corners of the square. Select the correct alternative (s) :(A) Electrostatic force on the system of four charges due to dipole is

6kPq
r3

6kPq

cos q
r3
(C) Net torque on the system of four charges about the centre of the square due to dipole is zero
(B) Electrostatics force on the system of four charges due to dipole is

(D) Net torque on the system of four charges about the centre of the square due to dipole is
q

3kPq
r2

+q
r

r
q P

+q

fp= esa dqpkyd rkjksa ls cus ,d oxkZdkj se dks n'kkZ;k x;k g]S ftldh fod.kZ yEckbZ 2r gAS ;gk fp= ds ry esa oxZ ds
dsU ij f}/kzqo vk?kw.kZ P okyk ,d y?kq f}/kzqo fp=kuqlkj q dks.k ij fo|eku gAS ,dkUrj :i ls /kukRed rFkk .kkRed
fpUg~ rFkk izR ;sd q ifjek.k okys pkj ,d tSls d.k bl oxZ ds pkjksa dksuksa ij j[k fn, tkrs gSaA lgh dFku@dFkuksa dks
pqfu, %&
(A) f}/kzqo ds dkj.k pkjksa vkos'kksa ds fudk; ij fLFkj o|
S qr cy
(B) f}/kzqo ds dkj.k pkjksa vkos'kksa ds fudk; ij fLFkj o|
S qr cy

6kPq
r3
6kPq
r3

gksxkA
cos q gksxkA

(C) f}/kzqo ds dkj.k oxZ ds dsU ds lkis{k pkjksa vkos'kksa ds fudk; ij dqy cyk?kw.kZ 'kwU; gksxkA
(D) f}/kzqo ds dkj.k oxZ ds dsU ds lkis{k pkjksa vkos' kksa ds fudk; ij dqy cyk?kw.kZ

3kPq
r2

gksxkA

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4.

Figure shows stationary orbit of an hydrogen atom upon the transition of electron from given excited
state to ground state.
3h
2p
(B) The ratio of de-Broglie wavelengths in final state to initial state is 4

(A) Average change in angular momentum is

(C) Energy of emitted photon is nearly 12.75 eV.


(D) Ratio of orbital time period in final state to initial state is 43

fp= esa ,d gkbMkt


s u ijek.kq dh fLFkj d{kk dks n'kkZ;k x;k gS ftlesa bysDVkWu nh xbZ mksftr voLFkk ls ewy voLFkk esa
lae.k djrk gS %&
(A) dks.kh; laosx esa vkl
S r ifjorZu dk eku

3h
gAS
2p

(B) vfUre voLFkk rFkk izkjfEHkd voLFkk esa Mh&czkXs yh rjaxn/S ;Z dk vuqikr 4 gAS
(C) mRlftZr QksVkWu dh tkZ yxHkx 12.75 eV gAS
(D) vfUre voLFkk rFkk izkjfEHkd voLFkk esa d{kh; vkorZdky dk vuqikr 43 gAS
5.

A radioactive sample decays by three modes simultaneously. Half lives corresponding to these modes
are in G.P. and half life of sample is 10 years. When the sample decays by the mode having largest half
life it takes 70 years for the sample to become half. If sample decays exclusively by other modes possible
values of half life is :
(A) 28 years
(B) 35 years
(C) 14 years
(D) 17.5 years

,d jsfM;kslf; inkFkZ ,d lkFk lEiUu gksus okyh rhu fo/kkvksa }kjk fo?kfVr gksrk gAS bu fo/kkvksa ds laxr v/kZ&vk;q ,d
xq.kkskj Js.kh esa gS rFkk inkFkZ dh v/kZ&vk;q 10 o"kZ gAS ;fn bl inkFkZ dk lokZf/kd v/kZ&vk;q okyh fo/kk }kjk fo?kVu gksrk
gS rks bl inkFkZ dks vk/kk gksus esa 70 o"kZ dk le; yxrk gAS ;fn inkFkZ dk vU; fo/kkvksa }kjk fo?kVu gksrk gS rks v/kZ&vk;q
ds laHkkfor eku gksxas %&
(A) 28 o"kZ

(B) 35 o"kZ

(C) 14 o"kZ

(D) 17.5 o"kZ

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6.

A ring of mass m, radius R, cross sectional area A and Young's modulus Y is kept on a smooth cone of
radius 2R and semi vertical angle 45, as shown in the figure. Assume that the extension in the ring is
small :(A) The tension in the ring will be same throughout
(B) The tension in the ring will be independent of the radius of ring.
(C) The extension in the ring will be

mgR
AY

(D) Elastic potential energy stored in the ring will be

m 2 g2 R
8pYA

45

ring

2R

O;eku m, f=T;k R, vuqizLFk dkV {ks=Qy A rFkk ;ax xq.kkad Y okyh ,d oy; dks f=T;k 2R rFkk v/kZ'kh"kZ dks.k 45
okys ,d fpdus 'kadq ij fp=kuqlkj j[kk tkrk gSA ekuk oy; esa gksus okyk foLrkj vYi gS %&
(A) oy; esa ruko loZ= leku gksxkA
(B) oy; esa ruko dk eku bldh f=T;k ij fuHkZj ugha djrkA
(C) oy; esa mRiUu foLrkj

mgR
gksxkA
AY

m 2 g2 R
(D) oy; esa lafpr izR;kLFk fLFkfrt tkZ
gksxhA
8pYA
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7.

Following are equations of four waves where x, y, z represent rectangular coordinate system :

(i) y1 = a sin w t -
n

(ii) y2 = a cos w t +
n

(iii) z1 = a sin w t -
n

(iv) z2 = a cos w t +
n

Which of the following statements is/are CORRECT ?


(A) On superposition of waves (i) and (iii), a travelling wave having amplitude a2 will be formed.
(B) Superposition of waves (ii) and (iii) is not possible.
(C) On superposition of waves (i) and (ii), a transverse stationary wave having maximum amplitude
a2 will be formed.
(D) On superposition of waves (iii) and (iv), a transverse stationary wave will be formed.

pkj rjaxksa dh lehdj.ksa fuEufyf[kr gaS] tgk x, y, z ledksf.kd funsZ'kkad fudk; dks n'kkZrs gAS
x

(i) y1 = a sin w t -
n

(ii) y2 = a cos w t +
n

(iii) z1 = a sin w t -
n

(iv) z2 = a cos w t +
n

fuEu esa ls dkuS lk@dkuS ls dFku lR; gaS\


(A) rjaxksa (i) o (iii) ds v/;kjksi.k ls a2 vk;ke okyh izxkeh rjax cusxhA
(B) rjaxksa (ii) o (iii) dk v/;kjksi.k laHko ugha gAS
(C) rjaxksa (i) o (ii) ds v/;kjksi.k ls a2 vf/kdre vk;ke okyh vuqizLFk vizxkeh rjax cusxhA
(D) rjaxksa (iii) o (iv) ds v/;kjksi.k ls ,d vuqizLFk vizxkeh rjax cusxhA
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8.

Inside a uniform sphere of mass M (M is mass of complete sphere) and radius R, a cavity of radius R/3
is made in the sphere as shown :(A) Gravitational field inside the cavity is uniform
(B) Gravitational field inside the cavity is non-uniform
(C) The escape velocity of a particle projected from centre of cavity is

88GM
45R

(D) The escape velocity of a particle projected from centre of cavity is

20GM
9R

R/3

O;eku M, f=T;k R okys le:i xksys (M iwjs xksys dk O;eku g)S ds vUnj f=T;k R/3 okyh ,d xqfgdk fp=kuqlkj
cuk;h tkrh gS %&
(A) xqfgdk ds vUnj xq:Rokd"kZ.k {ks= le:i gAS
(B) xqfgdk ds vUnj xq:Rokd"kZ.k {ks= vle:i gAS
(C) xqfgdk ds dsU ls iz{ksfir d.k dk iyk;u osx

88GM
gAS
45R

(D) xqfgdk ds dsU ls iz{ksfir d.k dk iyk;u osx

20GM
gAS
9R

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(ii) Matching List Type


(ii) lq es y u lwp ha izd kj
This Section contains 4 multiple choice questions. Each question has matching lists. The codes for the
lists. have choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
bl [k.M esa 4 cgqfodYi iz'u gaSA izR;sd iz'u esa lqesyu lwpha gAS lwfp;ksa ds fy, dksM ds fodYi (A), (B), (C) vkjS (D)

gaS ftuesa ls ds oy ,d lgh gAS

A non conducting piston divides an adiabatic container into two equal parts. Such that piston is in
equilibrium and temperature on both side is also same as T0. Now Ist chamber is heated such that piston
moves very slowly until volume of IInd chamber is reduced to 1/4th of the initial. In both chambers same
monatomic gas is filled such that the number of moles (n) are same. (24/3 = 2.5)
List-I
List-II
(P)

Work done by gas of I st chamber


nRT0

(1)

27

(Q)

Final temp. of IIst chamber


T0

(2)

5
2

(R)

Final temp. of I st chamber


T0

(3)

9
4

(S)

Heat supplied to I st chamber


nRT0

(4)

35
2

,d vpkyd fiLVu "ek: ik= dks nks cjkcj Hkkxksa eas foHkkftr djrk gAS fiLVu lkE;koLFkk esa gS rFkk nksuksa Hkkxksa dk
rkieku leku ,oa T0 ds cjkcj gAS vc izFke d{k dks bl izdkj xeZ fd;k tkrk gS fd fiLVu /khjs&/khjs bruh xfr djrk
gS fd f}rh; d{k dk vk;ru izkjfEHkd eku dk ,d pkFS kkbZ gks tk,A nksuksa d{kksa esa leku ,d ijekf.od xl
S Hkjh tkrh gS
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rFkk v.kqvksa dh la[;k n Hkh leku gAS (2 = 2.5)
lw p h& I
lwp h& II
(P)

izFke d{k dh xl
S }kjk fd;k x;k dk;Z

(Q)

f}rh; d{k dk vfUre rkieku

(R)
(S)

nRT0

T0

izFke d{k dk vfUre rkieku


T0

izFke d{k dks nh xbZ "ek


nRT0

(1)

27

(2)

5
2

(3)

9
4

(4)

35
2

Codes :
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

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10.

A train is moving with speed u. Engine of train blows a long whistle. The sound of whistle is composed
of components varying from f1 to f2 as shown in figure. List-I shows the distribution of the sound
intensity of the whistle as observed by different observers. Match List-I with List-II.
,d Vsu u pky ls xfr'khy gSA Vus dk batu yEch lhVh ctkrk gAS lhVh dh /ofu fp=kuqlkj f1 ls f2 rd ifjofrZr gksus
okys ?kVdksa ls feydj cuh gSA lwph-I esa fofHkUu izs{kdksa }kjk izfs {kr lhVh dh /ofu rhozrk ds forj.k dks n'kkZ;k x;k gAS
lwph&I dk lwph-II ls feyku dhft,A
Intensity

f1

f2 frequency

List-I/lwph&I

List-II/lw p h&II

Intensity

(P)

(1)
f1

f2

Observer in train

izs{kd Vus esa gAS

frequency

(2)

Observer on ground close to track and infront of train

Intensity

izs{kd /kjkry ij Vd
s ds lehi rFkk Vus ds lkeus gAS
(3)

Observer on ground close to track and behind train

iz{s kd /kjkry ij Vd
s ds lehi rFkk Vus ds ihNs gAS

(Q)
f1

(4)

f2 frequency

Observer on ground for which engine approaches


and then recedes

izs{kd /kjkry ij gS rFkk batu izs{kd dh vksj vkrk gS rFkk fQj


blls nwj tkrk gAS

Intensity

(R)
f1

f2

frequency

f2

frequency

Intensity

(S)
f1

Codes :
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

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A spherical ball just able to complete a vertical circular track as shown in figure. List-I gives various
positions of ball as shown in figure. Match list-I with list-II.

,d xksykdkj xsan fp=kuqlkj fdlh /okZ/kj o`kkdkj iFk dks iw.kZ djus esa l{ke gAS lwph&I esa xsan dh fofHkUu fLFkfr;k
n'kkZ;h xbZ gSA budk lwph&II ls feyku dhft, %&
C

(P)

List-I/lwph&I
A

List-II/lw p h&II
Friction acts vertically down

(1)

?k"kZ.k /okZ/kj uhps dh vksj dk;Zjr gAS


(Q)

(2)

Friction acts vertically up

?k"kZ.k /okZ/kj ij dh vksj dk;Zjr gAS


(R)

(3)

No normal reaction

dksbZ vfHkyEc izfrf;k ugha yxrhA


(S)

(4)

No friction force

dksbZ ?k"kZ.k cy ugha yxrkA

Codes :
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

P
3
2
4
3

Q
2
3
2
2

R
1, 4
1
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4

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List-I describes various arrangements to obtain interference pattern on screen.
List-I
List-II

PHYSICS

12.

Screen

(P)

S1

(1) Shape of fringes is strictly linear.

(2) First order maxima will be seen.

S2

(3) Shape of fringes is hyperbolic


S1, S2 are slits.
d = 0.5 l

(4) Shape of fringes is circular.

Screen

(Q)

S1
d

S2

S1, S2 are slits.


d = 100.5 l
Screen

(R)

S1
d

S2

S1, S2 are pin holes.


d = 0.5 l
Screen

(S)

d
S1

S2

S1, S2 are coherent point sources


with zero initial phase difference.
d = 2.5 l
Codes :
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

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lwph -I esa insZ ij O;frdj.k izfr:i izkIr djus ds fy, fofHkUu O;oLFkk,sa n'kkZ;h xbZ gSA
lw p h& I
lw p h& II
Screen

(P)

S1
d

(1) fatksa dh vkd`fr fuf'pr :i ls js[kh; gSA

S2

S1, S2 fLyVsa gSaA


d = 0.5 l

(2) izFke e dk mfPp"B fn[kkbZ nsxkA

Screen

(Q)

S1
d

(3) fa tks a dh vkd` fr vfrijoy;kdkj gSA

S2

S1, S2 fLyVsa gSaA


d = 100.5 l

(4) fatksa dh vkd`fr o`kkdkj gSA

Screen

(R)

S1
d

S2

S1, S2 lwph fN gSA


d = 0.5 l
Screen
d

(S)

S1

S2

S1, S2 dyk laxr fcUnq L=ksr gSa ftuesa

izkjfEHkd dykUrj dk eku 'kwU; gSA

d = 2.5 l
Codes :
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
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3

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SECTION II : Matrix-Match Type


[k.M II : eSfVDl&esy izdkj
No question will be asked in section II / [k.M II esa dksb Z iz'u ugha gSA
SECTIONIII : (Integer Value Correct Type)
[kaM -III : (iw.kkd eku lgh izdkj)
This section contains 4 questions. The answer to each question is a three digit Integer, ranging from
000 to 999.

bl [kaM esa 4 iz'u gSaA gj iz' u dk mkj rhu vad dk iw. kkd ] 000 ls 999 rd ] gSA
1.

ABCD is a square frame made from different wires of same length and each having different uniform
resistance per unit length. Resistances of wires forming sides AB, BC, CD and DA are 100W, 400 W,
500 W and 200 W respectively. An ideal cell is connected across B and D. A straight conducting wire
containing a resistance and a galvanometer in series starts rotating about pivoted point A from initial

p
rad/sec. One end of the straight wire (rotating)
360
is pivoted at A and other end always in sliding contact with a side of the square. The time (in second)
after start when galvanometer shows zero deflection is.
fp= esa ABCD leku yEckbZ okys fofHkUu rkjksa ls cuk ,d oxkZdkj se gAS izR;sd rkj dk izfr bdkbZ yEckbZ dk le:i

position as shown with uniform angular velocity w =

izfrjks/k vyx&vyx gAS Hkqtk AB, BC, CD rFkk DA dks fufeZr djus okys rkjksa dk izfrjks/k e'k% 100W, 400 W,
500 W rFkk 200 W gAS B o D ds e/; ,d vkn'kZ lsy tksM+k tkrk gAS ,d lh/kk pkyd rkj ftlesa ,d izfrjks/k rFkk ,d
xsYosuksehVj Js.khe esa yxs gq, gaS] fp=kuqlkj bldh izkjfEHkd fLFkfr ls dhyd fcUnq A ds lkis{k ,dleku dks.kh; osx
w=

p
rad/sec ls ?kw.kZu djuk izkjEHk djrk gSA ?kw.kZu'khy lh/ks rkj dk ,d fljk fcUnq A ij dhydhr gS rFkk nwljk
360

fljk lnoS oxZ dh ,d Hkqtk ds lkFk pyk;eku lEidZ esa jgrk gAS izkjEHk ls fdrus le; (lsd.M esa) i'pkr~ xsYosuksehVj
'kwU; fo{ksi n'kkZ;xs kA
E
B Initial position

A
G

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2.

3.

4.

The experimenteer collected 640g wet snow (mixture of ice & water) from street at a temperature of
0C, placed it in a freezer and started measuring its temperature at regular intervals, recording data
(the first record was made immediately after the start of the experiment). Subsequently, however, the file
has been corrupted, so it could only read the temperature values corresponding to the tenth and eleventh
records : 0.5C and 4C, respectively. Determine from these data (Assuming constant power loss) the
mass of water (in gm) in wet snow initially. Specific heat of ice 0.5 Cal/gC, latent heat of ice 80 Cal/g.
,d iz;ksxdrkZ us lM+d ls 0C rkieku okyh 640g Hkhxh gqbZ cQZ (cQZ rFkk ty dk feJ.k) mBkdj bls ,d ftj esa

j[k fn;k rFkk fu;fer varjky ij blds rkieku dks ntZ djuk izkjEHk dj fn;kA lcls izFke iz{s k.k iz;ksx izkjEHk djus ds
rqjUr i'pkr~ fy;k x;k FkkA blh e esa fdlh xyrh ds dkj.k iz;ksxdrkZ dh Qkby [kjkc gks tkrh gS rFkk og dsoy nlosa
rFkk X;kjgosa izs{k.k ds laxr rkieku gh i<+ ikrk gS tks fd e'k% 0.5C rFkk 4C gaSA fu;r 'kf kl ekurs gq, bu
vkdM+ksa ds vk/kkj ij izkjEHk esa Hkhxh gqbZ cQZ esa ty dk O;eku (gm esa) Kkr dhft,A cQZ dh fof'k"V "ek
0.5 Cal/gC rFkk cQZ dh xqIr "ek 80 Cal/g yhft,A
An x-ray tube is working at a potential difference of 20 kV. The potential difference is decreased to
10kV. It is found that difference of the wavelength of Ka x-ray and the most energetic continuous x-ray
decreases by four times. Find the atomic number of the target element.
,d x-fdj.k uyh 20 kV foHkokUrj ij dk;Z djrh gAS foHkokUrj dk eku 10kV rd ?kVk fn;k tkrk gAS ;g ik;k x;k

fd Ka x-fdj.k dh rjaxn/S ;Z rFkk lokZf/kd mftZr lrr x-fdj.k dh rjaxn/S ;Z esa vUrj pkj xquk ?kV tkrk gAS y{; rRo
dk ijek.kqekad Kkr dhft,A

The final image I of the object O shown in the arrangement is formed at point 20 cm below a thin
equi-concave lens, which is at a depth of 65 cm from principal axis. Calculate the radius of curvature in
cm of lens kept at "A".
fp= esa iznf'kZr O;oLFkk esa fcEc O dk vfUre izfrfcEc I ,d irys leryksory ysUl ls 20 cm uhps fLFkr fcUnq ij curk
g]S tks eq[; v{k ls 65 cm uhps fLFkr gAS "A" ij j[ks ysUl dh ork f=T;k (cm esa) Kkr dhft,A
f=30cm

45
O
36cm

65cm

1m
A

3
m= 2

20cm
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[k.M -IV : (iw . kkd eku lgh iz d kj)


This section contains 4 questions. The answer to each question is a single digit Integer, ranging from
0 to 9 (both inclusive)

bl [k.M esa 4 iz' u gaSA izR;sd iz'u dk mkj 0 ls 9 rd (nksuksa 'kkfey) ds chp dk ,dy vad h; iw. kkd gSA
1.

The diameter of a wire of length 100 cm is measured with the help of a screw gauge. The main scale
reading is 1mm and circular scale reading is 25. Pitch of the screw gauge is 1 mm and the total number
of divisions on the circular scale is 100. The wire is used in an experiment for determination of Young's
modulus of the wire by Searle's method. The following data are available : elongation in the wire
Dl = 0.125 cm under the tension of 50 N, least count for measuring normal length of wire is
0.01 cm and for elongation in the wire is 0.001 cm. The maximum error in calculating the value of
8 n
% , where n is very
Young's modulus (Y), assuming that the force is measured very accurately, is
10
nearly an integer, then fill the value of n in OMR sheet.

,d 100 cm yEcs rkj dk O;kl] Lwxst dh lgk;rk ls ekik tkrk gSA eq[; ieS kus dk ikB~;kad 1mm o o`kkdkj ieS kus
dk ikB~;kad 25 gAS Lwxt
s dk pwM+h vUrjky 1 mm o o`kkdkj ieS kus ij Hkkxksa dh dqy la[;k 100 gAS bl rkj dk mi;ksx
lyZ fof/k }kjk rkj ds ;ax izR;kLFkrk xq.kkad dks Kkr djus gsrq fd;s x;s iz;ksx esa fd;k tkrk gAS izkIr vkadM+s fuEu izdkj
gS ; 50N ruko ds vUrxZr rkj esa foLrkj Dl = 0.125 cm, rkj dh lkekU; yEckbZ ds ekiu ds fy;s vYirekad
0.01 cm o rkj esa foLrkj ds fy;s 0.001 cm gAS ;fn cy dks cgqr T;knk ;FkkFkZrk ds lkFk ekik x;k gks rks ;ax izR;kLFkrk
8 n
% izkIr gksrh gS] tgk n yxHkx ,d iw.kkd gS rks n Kkr djsaA
xq.kkad (Y) dh x.kuk esa vf/kdre =qfV
10
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2.

A horizontal conducting cylindrical hollow pipe of radius R = 54 mm and length L = 100 cm (R<<L)
has a small hole P at its top, at the middle of the length as shown in the figure. Drops of mass m = 231mg
and charge q = 1nC are falling into the hole from point A, at height 2R measured from the axis of the
cylinder. Assume that the charge in the fallen drop gets uniformly distributed over the surface of the
cylinder and charge distributed on cylinder remains uniform throughout. If the number of drops that will
be able to enter the cylinder is given as n = x 10y in scientific notation. Find the value of (x + y).
f=T;k R = 54 mm rFkk yEckbZ L = 100 cm (R<<L) okys ,d {kSfrt pkyd csyukdkj [kks[kys ikbi dh ijh lrg
ij bldh yEckbZ ds e/; eas fp=kuqlkj ,d NksVk fN P cuk gqvk gAS csyu dh v{k ls 2R pkbZ ij fLFkr fcUnq A ls
bl fN esa m = 231mg O;eku rFkk vkos'k q = 1nC okyh cwUnsa fxj jgh gAS ekukfd fxjus okyh cwan esa fo|eku vkos'k

csyu dh lrg ij ,dleku :i ls forfjr gks tkrk gS rFkk csyu ij forfjr vkos'k loZ= le:i cuk jgrk gAS ;fn csyu
esa izo's k djus okyh cwUnksa dh la[;k oKS kfud fu:i.k esa n = x 10y gks rks (x + y) Kkr dhft,A
A

2R
R

3.

Two identical capacitors having plate separation 1mm are connected parallel to each other across points
A and B as shown in figure. Total charge of 4 C is imparted to the system by connecting a battery
across A and B and battery is removed. Now first plate of first capacitor and second plate of second
capacitor starts moving with constant velocity 3 m/s towards left. Find the magnitude of current (in mA)
flowing in the loop initially.
nks ,dtSls la/kkfj=ksa esa IysVksa ds e/; nwjh 1 mm gAS bUgsa fcUnqvksa A rFkk B ds e/; ,d&nwljs ds lekUrj tksM+ nsrs gaS] fp=
ns[ksaA vc A o B ds chp ,d cVS jh dks tksM+dj fudk; dks dqy 4 C vkos'k fn;k tkrk gS rFkk vc cVS jh dks gVk ysrs
gaSA vc izFke lakkfj= dh izFke IysV rFkk f}rh; la/kkfj= dh f}rh; IysV fu;r osx 3 m/s ls ck;h vksj xfr djuk izkjEHk
dj nsrh gSA izkjEHk esa ywi esa izokfgr /kkjk dk ifjek.k (mA esa) Kkr dhft,A
u0

B
2
u0

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4.

A superconducting round ring of radius a = 20 cm and inductance L = 0.1 H was located in a uniform
magnetic field of induction B = 10 T. The plane of ring was parallel to the vector B, and the current in
the ring was equal to zero. Then the ring was turned through 90 so that its plane became perpendicular
to the field. The work (in J) performed during the turn is (Assume p2 = 10).

f=T;k a = 20 cm rFkk izjs dRo L = 0.1 H okyh ,d vfrpkyd xksykdkj oy; B = 10 T izsj.k okys le:i pqEcdh;
{ks= esa fo|eku gAS oy; dk ry lfn'k B ds lekUrj gS rFkk oy; esa /kkjk dk eku 'kwU; gAS vc oy; dks 90 ij ?kqek
fn;k tkrk gS rkfd bldk ry {ks= ds yEcor~ gks tk,A oy; dks ?kqekus ds nkjS ku fd;k x;k dk;Z (J esa) Kkr dhft,A
(ekuk p2 = 10).
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Hkkx-2 : jlk;u foKku

SECTIONI : (i) One or more options correct Type


[k.M -I : (i) ,d ;k vf/kd lgh fodYi izd kj
This section contains 8 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and
(D) out of which ONE or MORE are correct.
bl [k.M esa 8 cgq fodYi iz 'u gaSA izR;sd iz'u esa pkj fodYi (A), (B), (C) vkSj (D) gaS] ftuesa ls ,d ;k

vf/kd lgh gSA


1.

2.

If electron of hydrogen atom is replaced by another particle of same charge but of double mass then(A) Radii of orbits will increase
(B) Ionisation energy will increase
(C) Velocity of new particle will be more
(D) Energy gap between two levels will be doubled

;fn gkbMkt
s u ijek.kq dk bysDVkWu] leku vkos'k ysfdu nqxqus nzO;eku ds nwljs d.k }kjk foLFkkfir fd;k x;k g]S rc&
(A) d{kk dh f=T;k c<sxh
(B) vk;uu tkZ c<sxh
(C) u;s d.k dk osx vf/kd gksxk
(D) nks Lrjks ds e/; tkZ vUrjky nqxquk gksxk

Which of the following is correct for 0.1 M BOH solution (Kb = 105)
(A) pH of solution is 11
(B) OH concentration is 103 mol/L
(C) it's salt with HCl (i.e. BCl) form the acidic solution in water
(D) Phenolphthalein indicator can be used during the titration of BOH with HCl
0.1 M BOH foy;u ds fy, fuEu esa ls dkuS lk dFku lgh gS (Kb = 105)
(A) foy;u dh pH = 11 gS
(B) OH dh lkUrk = 103 mol/L gS

3.

(C) HCl ds lkFk bldk yo.k (vFkkZ r~ BCl) ty esa vEyh; O;ogkj iznf'kZr djsxk
(D) HCl ds lkFk BOH ds vuqekiu ds nkSjku fQuksFks yhu lwpd dk mi;ks x fd;k tk ldrk gS
An ionic crystalline solid AB having cubic unit cell, may have following arrangement(s) (A) B in FCC and A+ occupies all tetrahedral voids.
(B) B in CCP and A+ in alternate tetrahedral voids.
(C) B at each corner and each face center and A+ in all octahedral voids.
(D) B at each corner and A+ at each edge center.

,d vk;fud fLVyh; Bksl AB tks ?kuh; bdkbZ lsy j[krk g]S esa fuEu O;oLFkk,sa gks ldrh gS(A) B , FCC cukrk gS rFkk A+ ] lHkh prq "Qydh; fjfDr;ksa dks ?ks jrs gAS
(B) CCP esa B rFkk ,dkUrj prq"Qydh; fjfDr;ks a esa A+ gaSA
(C) B ] iz R;sd dksus ij o izR;sd Qyd ds dsUnz ij rFkk A+] lHkh v"VQydh; fjfDr;ksa esa gaSA
(D) izR ;sd dksus ij B rFkk izR;sd fdukjs ds dsUnz ij A+ gSaA
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4.

The cohesive energy is the force holding the atoms or ions together in solid (this is the same in magnitude
but the oppsite in sign to the enthalpy of atomization which is the energy required to break up the solid
into gaseous atom) select the CORRECT statements :
(A) Li > Na > K > Rb > Cs (Magnitude of cohesive energy)
(B) Li > Na > K > Rb > Cs (Magnitude of enthalpy of atomization)
(C) Li < Na < K < Rb < Cs (softness)
(D) Li > Na > K > Rb > Cs (strength of bond in their metal lattice)

llatu tkZ og cy gS tks Bksl esa ijek.kqvksa ;k vk;uksa dks ,d lkFk ck/ksa j[krk gS (;g ifjek.k esa ijekf.o;dj.k
dh ,UFkSYih] tks Bksl dks xSlh; ijek.kqvksa esa rksM+us ds fy, vko';d tkZ g]S ds leku ysfdu fpUg esa foijhr gAS
lgh dFku pqfu, :
(A) Li > Na > K > Rb > Cs (llatu tkZ dk ifjek.k)
(B) Li > Na > K > Rb > Cs (ijekf.o;dj.k dh ,UFkYS ih dk ifjek.k )
(C) Li < Na < K < Rb < Cs (eqyk;eiu)
(D) Li > Na > K > Rb > Cs (muds /kkrq tkyd esa ca/k dh lkeF;Z )
5.

Select the CORRECT statement when lower the position of a metal's line in the Ellingham diagram
(A) The greater is the stability of it's oxide for example the line for Al (oxidation of Al) is found to be
below that for Fe (formation of Fe2O3)
(B) The greater the gap between any two lines the greater the effectiveness of reducing properties
corresponding to the lower line's metal
(C) The intersection of two line implies an oxidation reduction equilibrium
(D) At the point of intersection the free energy change for redox reaction is zero involving metal oxide
and metal from that two lines, whatever applicable

lgh dFku pqfu, tc ,fy?kae fp= esa '/kkrq js[kk ' dh fLFkfr uhps gks
(A) blds vkWDlkbM dk LFkkf;Ro vf/kd gksxkA mnkgj.k] Al (Al dk vkWDlhdj.k) ds fy, /kkrq js[kk dh fLFkfr
Fe (Fe2O3 dk fuekZ.k) ls uhps izsf{kr dh xbZ gS
(B) fdUgh nks js[kkvksa ds e/; vUrj vf/kd gks rks uhps dh js[kk ls lEcfU/kr /kkrq ds vipk;d xq.k vf/kd izHkkoh

gksxas
(C) nks js[kkvksa dk dVko fcUnq ,d vkWDlhdj.k&vip;u lkE; dks iznf'kZr djrk gS
(D) jsMkWDl vfHkf;k ds fy, dVko fcUnq ij eq tkZ ifjorZu 'kwU; g]S mu nksuksa js[kkvksa ls lEcfU/kr /kkrq rFkk

/kkrq vkWDlkbMksa dks lfEefyr djrs gq; s] tks Hkh ykxw gks
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6.

7.

The bond order in O2 is the same as in :


+

O2 esa ca/k e] fuEu esa ls fdlds leku gS :


(A) N2

(B) N2

(C) CO

(D) NO+

Pentyne-2 can be obtained in by


(A) Butyne-1 & NaNH2 followed by CH3Br
(B) Propyne-1 & NaNH2 followed by CH3CH2I
(C) Ethyne & NaNH2 followed by CH3I & CH3CH2I respectively
(D) Pentyne-1 heated with alc.KOH

isUVkbu-2 fdlds }kjk izkIr dh tk ldrh gS&


(A) C;wVkbu-1 rFkk NaNH2 ds ckn CH3Br }kjk
(B) izksikbu-1 rFkk NaNH2 ds ckn CH3CH2I }kjk
(C) ,sFkkbu rFkk NaNH2 ds ckn e'k% CH3I rFkk CH3CH2I }kjk
(D) isUVkbu-1 dks ,sYdksgkWfyd KOH ds lkFk xeZ djds
8.

Correct order is/are


(A) CH2 = CH2 > HC CH for reaction with HBr
(B) CH2 = CH2 > HC CH for reaction with O3
(C) CH2 = CH2 < HC CH for reaction with H2
(D) CH2 = CH2 < HC CH for reaction with O3

lgh e gS@g&S
(A) HBr ds lkFk vfHkf;k ds fy;s CH2 = CH2 > HC CH
(B) O3 ds lkFk vfHkf;k ds fy;s CH2 = CH2 > HC CH
(C) H2 ds lkFk vfHkf;k ds fy;s CH2 = CH2 < HC CH
(D) O3 ds lkFk vfHkf;k ds fy;s CH2 = CH2 < HC CH
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(ii) lq es y u lwp ha izd kj
This Section contains 4 multiple choice questions. Each question has matching lists. The codes for the
lists. have choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

bl [k.M esa 4 cgqfodYi iz'u gaSA izR;sd iz'u esa lqesyu lwpha gAS lwfp;ksa ds fy, dksM ds fodYi (A), (B), (C) vkjS (D)
gaS ftuesa ls ds oy ,d lgh gAS
9.
(P)

List-I
Conductivity (k) increases

(1)

(Q)

Molar conductance (lm) increases

(2)

(R)

Conductance (G)

(3)

(S)

Molar conductance ( l m ) at infinite

(4)

List-II
Depends on cell constant as well as
concentration
Independent of concentration as well as cell
constant
With decreases in concentration but
independent of cell constant
With increase in concentration but independent

dilution.

of cell constant

lwp h-I

lwp h-II

(P)

pkydrk (k) c<rh gS

(1)

ly
S fu;rkad ds lkFk&lkFk lkUnzrk ij fuHkZj djrk gS

(Q)

eksyj pkydRo (lm) c<+rk gS

(2)

lSy fu;rkad ds lkFk&lkFk lkUnzrk ls Lora= gksrk gS

(R)

pkydRo (G)

(3)

lkUnzrk esa deh ds lkFk------ijUrq ly


S fu;rkad ls Lora=
gksrk gS

(S)

vuUr ruqrk ij eksyj pkydRo ( l m )

(4)

lkUnzrk esa o`f ds lkFk------ijUrq ly


S fu;rkad ls Lora=
gksrk gS

Codes :
P
(A) 4
(B) 4
(C) 3
(D) 4

Q
1
3
4
3

R
3
2
1
1

S
2
1
2
2

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List-I
(P) [Ni(gly)3]
(Q) [Fe(NH3)6]+2
(R) Na[Pt BrCl(NO2) (NH3)]
(S) [Co Br2Cl2(SCN)2]3

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

List-II
Low spin
High spin
Optical isomerism
Geometrical isomerism

lwp h-I

lwp h-II

(P) [Ni(gly)3]

(1) fuEu p.k

(Q) [Fe(NH3)6]+2

(2) mPp p.k

(R) Na[Pt BrCl(NO2) (NH3)]

(3) izdkf'kd leko;ork

(S) [Co Br2Cl2(SCN)2]3

(4) T;kferh; leko;ork

Codes :
P

(A) 1, 3, 4

3, 4

1, 3, 4

(B)

3, 4

1, 4

2, 3, 4

(C)

3, 4

1, 4

2, 3, 4

(D) 3, 4

2, 3, 4

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Match each of the reactions given in List-I with the corresponding product(s) given in List-II
List-I

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List-II

(P) Ag + dil.HNO3

(1) NO

(Q) Sn + dil.HNO3

(2) NO 2

(R) Fe + conc.HNO3

(3) NH 4NO 3

(S) Zn + dil.HNO3

(4) N 2 O

lwph -I esa nh xbZ izR;sd vfHkf;k lwph -II esa fn;s x;s lEcfU/kr mRiknksa ds lkFk lqesfyr dhft,A
lwp h-I

lwp h-II

(P) Ag + ruq.HNO3

(1) NO

(Q) Sn + ruq.HNO3

(2) NO 2

(R) Fe + lkUnz.HNO3

(3) NH 4NO 3

(S) Zn + ruq.HNO3

(4) N 2 O

Codes :
P
(A) 1
(B) 1
(C) 3
(D) 4

Q
3
4
4
3

R
2
2
1
2

S
4
3
2
1

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List - I

List - II
(Can be oxidised by)

(P) CH3 C

(1) Tollen's reagent

(Q) H C H

(2) Cu / 300 C

O
(R) CH3 CH2 OH

(3) NaOI

(S) Ph CH = O

(4) Ceric ammonium nitrate

lwph- I

lwph- II
(fdlds }kjk vkWDlhd`r fd;s tk ldrs gSa)
O

(P) CH3 C

(1) VkWysUl vfHkdeZd

(Q) H C H

(2) Cu / 300 C

O
(R) CH3 CH2 OH

(3) NaOI

(S) Ph CH = O

(4) lsfjd veksfu;eukbVVs

Codes :
P

(A) 1, 3

2, 4

(B) 1

(C) 1,3

2,3,4

(D) 1,3,4

1,3

1,2

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[k.M II : eSfVDl&esy izdkj
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[kaM -III : (iw.kkd eku lgh izdkj)

This section contains 4 questions. The answer to each question is a three digit Integer, ranging from
000 to 999.

bl [kaM esa 4 iz'u gSaA gj iz' u dk mkj rhu va d dk iw. kkd ] 000 ls 999 rd ] gSA
1.

Critical temperature and critical pressure of a real gas is 27C & 75 atm respectively. Then what is critical
volume of 1 mole of real gas (in mL) - (R = 0.08 atm-L/mol-K)

,d okLrfod xl
S dk akfrd rki rFkk kafrd nkc e'k% 27C rFkk 75 atm gAS rc 1 mole okLrfod xl
S dk
kafrd vk;ru D;k gksxk (mL esa) - (R = 0.08 atm-L/mol-K)
2.

Consider the structure of Al2(CH3)6 compound and find the value of A + B + C


A = Maximum number of atoms in one plane
B = Total number of 2C 2e bonds
C = Total number of sp3 hybridised atom
Al2(CH3)6 dh lajpuk ij fopkj dhft, rFkk A + B + C dk eku Kkr dhft,
A = ,sls ijek.kqvksa dh vf/kdre la [;k tks ,d ry esa mifLFkr gS
B = 2C 2e ca/kksa dh dqy la[;k
C = sp3 ladfjr ijek.kqvksa dh dqy la[;k

3.

A cyclic hexapeptide (m. wt. = 488) on complete hydrolysis gives Glycine (mol wt. = 75), alanine,
phenyl alanine & valine. Glycine contributes 37.8 % of total hydrolysed product. Maximum number of
possible valine unit which may present in cyclic hexapeptide.

,d ph; gsDlkisIVkbM (v.kqHkkj = 488)] iw.kZ ty vi?kVu djkus ij Xykbflu (v.kqHkkj = 75)] ,sykfuu] Qsfuy
,sykfuu rFkk osfyu nsrk gaSA Xykbflu dqy ty vi?kfVr mRikn dk 37.8 % Hkkx gksrh gS ph; gsDlkisIVkbM esa mifLFkr
gks ldus okyh osfyu bdkbZ dh vf/kdre lEHkkfor la[;k gAS
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4.

Number of reaction correctly matched with their product

,slh vfHkf;kvksa dh la[;k tks buds mRiknksa ds lkFk lgh :i ls lqesfyr gksrh gAS
O
(i)
C Cl

H2 Pd
BaSO4

(ii)

N2H4
H2O2
(1 eq.)

(iv)

H 2(1 eq)
Pd

O
O
N2H4
H2O2

(iii)

O
O

OH

(v)
O
(vi)
C

OH

ZnHg
HCl

CH2OH

Na
EtOH

OH
+

O
H2Pd

(vii) CH3 C C CH3 BaSO


4

H3C
H

C=C

CH3
H

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[k.M -IV : (iw . kkd eku lgh iz d kj)


This section contains 4 questions. The answer to each question is a single digit Integer, ranging from
0 to 9 (both inclusive)

bl [k.M esa 4 iz' u gaSA izR;sd iz'u dk mkj 0 ls 9 rd (nksuksa 'kkfey) ds chp dk ,dy vad h; iw. kkd gSA
1.

For the given reaction


A(g) + 2B(g) 3C(g)
Find the equilibrium concentration of B (mol / L) in 1/8 litre container if two moles of A and four moles
of B are taken initially.
Given (Kc = 2 103)
Fill your answer as sum of digits (excluding decimal places) till you get the single digit answer.

nh xbZ vfHkf;k ds fy,


A(g) + 2B(g) 3C(g)
1/8 yhVj ds ik= esa B (mol / L) dh lkE; lkUrk crkb;sA ;fn A ds nks eksy rFkk B ds pkj eksy izkjEHk esa fy;s

x;s gksA
fn;k gS (Kc = 2 103)

vius mkj ds vadksa dks (n'keyo LFkku dks NksM+dj) rc rd ;ksx dhft, tc rd vkidks bdkbZ vad izkIr u gks tk,A
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2.

Use the following data to answer the question below :


H2
Ni

DH = 30 kcal mol1 ;

excess H2
Ni

DH = 180 kcal mol1

Calculate the magnitude of resonance energy (in kcal/mole) for


Fill your answer as sum of digits (excluding decimal places) till you get the single digit answer.

fuEu vkdM+kas dk mi;ksx dj uhpsa fn;s x, iz'u dk mkj nhft,A


H2
Ni

DH = 30 kcal mol1 ;

excess H2
Ni

DH = 180 kcal mol1

ds fy, vuqukn tkZ (kcal/mole esa) ds ifjek.k dh x.kuk dhft,

vius mkj ds vadksa dks (n'keyo LFkku dks NksM+dj) rc rd ;ksx dhft, tc rd vkidks bdkbZ vad izkIr u gks tk,A
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3.

Find the number of basic radicals among the following cations, which can form soluble complex on
adding excess of KCN
Pb+2, Ag+, Fe+2, Fe+3, Cu+2, Cd+2.

fuEu /kuk;uksa esa ls ,sls {kkjh; ewydksa dh la[;k crkbZ;s tks KCN dk vkf/kD; feykus ij foys;'khy ladqy cuk
ldrs gS
Pb+2, Ag+, Fe+2, Fe+3, Cu+2, Cd+2.
4.

Phenyl triphenylmethyl ether on treatment with acid gives organic product (A). What is the molecular
weight of A.
Fill your answer as sum of digits (excluding decimal places) till you get the single digit answer.

Qsfuy VkbZQsfuyesfFky bZFkj] vEy ds lkFk mipkfjr gksdj dkcZfud mRikn (A) nsrk gAS A dk vkf.od Hkkj D;k g\
S
vius mkj ds vadksa dks (n'keyo LFkku dks NksM+dj ) rc rd ;ksx dhft, tc rd vkidks bdkbZ vad izkIr
u gks tk,A
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Hkkx -3 : xf.kr

SECTIONI : (i) One or more options correct Type


[k.M -I : (i) ,d ;k vf/kd lgh fodYi izd kj
This section contains 8 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and
(D) out of which ONE or MORE are correct.

bl [k.M esa 8 cgq fodYi iz 'u gaSA izR;sd iz'u esa pkj fodYi (A), (B), (C) vkSj (D) gaS] ftuesa ls ,d ;k
vf/kd lgh gSA
1.

If : (0,1) R is defined by ( x ) =
n =0

;fn : (0,1) R, ( x ) =
n =0

-1
(A) ( x ) =

x2

x2

1 - x2

n +1

, then -

1 - x2

n +1

}kjk ifjHkkf"kr gks] rc 1


2

x
x +1

(B) ( x ) dx =
0

(D) ( x ) dx =

(C) ( x ) dx = ln2 - 1

2.

2ln2 - 1
2

1 1 1
+ + + .....
2 3 4

2014p2
For the equation 2 cos 2x cos 2x - cos
= cos 4x - 1 ; which of the following is/are correct ?
x

(A) The number of solutions of the equation is 3.


(B) The sum of all the positive solutions is 1080p
(C) The number of positive solutions is 4
(D) The sum of all positive solutions is 1008p

2014p2
= cos 4x - 1 ds fy, fuEu esa ls dkuS lk@dkSuls dFku lgh gksxk@gksaxs ?
x

lehdj.k 2 cos 2x cos 2x - cos

(A) lehdj.k ds gyksa dh la[;k 3 gksxhA


(B) lHkh /kukRed gyksa dk ;ksxQy 1080p gksxkA
(C) /kukRed gyksa dh la[;k 4 gksxhA
(D) lHkh /kukRed gyksa dk ;ksxQy 1008p gksxkA
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3.

A fair die is rolled 'n' times. If P(n) denotes the probability that there are atleast two equal numbers
among the result obtained then-

,d fu"i{k ikls dks n ckj mNkyk tkrk gSA ;fn P(n), izkIr ifj.kkeksa esa de ls de nks leku la[;k vkus dh izkf;drk dks
n'kkZrk gks] rc 4.

1
317
13
(C) P ( n = 4 ) =
(D) P ( n = 6 ) =
6
324
18
Let be a differentiable function satisfying the relation (xy) = x(y) + y(x) 2xy (where x,y > 0) and
'(1) = 3, then

(A) P ( n 7 ) = 1

(B) P ( n = 2 ) =

(A) (x) = xlnx + 3x

x2
2

(B) (x) = xlnx


(C) x = e3 is the abscissa of the point of inflection of (x)
(D) The equation (x) = k has two solutions if x (e3,0)

ekuk ,d vodyuh; Qyu gS] tks lEcU/k (xy) = x(y) + y(x) 2xy (tgk x,y > 0) dks lUrq"V djrk gS rFkk
'(1) = 3 g]S rc
(A) (x) = xlnx + 3x
(B) (x) = xlnx

x2
2

(C) x = e3, (x) ds ufr ifjorZu fcUnq dk Hkqt gAS


(D) lehdj.k (x) = k ds nks gy gksaxs ;fn x (e3,0) gksA
5.

Let : (0, ) R be a function defined as ( l ) =

2p

sin x

x + l dx , then
0

ekuk : (0, ) R ,d Qyu gS] tks ( l ) =

2p

sin x

x + l dx }kjk ifjHkkf"kr g]S rc


0

(A) (l) > 0

(l ) = 0
(B) lim
l

l2 ( l ) = 0
(C) lim
l

l2 ( l ) = 2p
(D) lim
l

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6.

7.

If a and b are the roots of the equation ax2 + bx + c = 0 and ab = 3, where a,b,c are in arithmetic
progression, then (a2 + b2) is equal to;fn a rFkk b lehdj.k ax2 + bx + c = 0 ds ewy rFkk ab = 3 g]S tgk a,b,c lekUrj Js.kh esa gks] rks (a2 + b2) dk eku
gksxk (A) 2
(B) 2
(C) a3 + b3
(D) a + b

( x - 2 ) 2 + 3
Let ( x ) =
k + x 2

x2
x<2

, then which of the following statements is/are true ?

(A) If (x) is continuous at x = 2, then k = 1


(B) There exists at least one value of k for which (x) is derivable " x R
(C) If (x) has a local minima at x = 2, then k > 1
3

(D) ( x ) dx =
2

10
3

( x - 2 ) 2 + 3
ekuk ( x ) =
k + x 2

x2
x<2

gks] rks fuEu esa ls dkuS lk@dkSuls dFku lgh gksxk@gksax\


s

(A) ;fn x = 2 ij (x) larr~ gks] rks k = 1 gksxkA


(B) k dk de ls de ,d eku fo|eku gksxk ftlds fy;s (x) lHkh x R ds fy;s vodyuh; gksA
(C) ;fn x = 2 ij (x) dk ,d LFkkuh; fufEu"B gks] rks k > 1 gksxkA
3

(D) ( x ) dx =
2

8.

10
3

If a variable chord of the hyperbola x2 y2 = 9 touches the parabola y2 = 12x, then locus of middle
points of these chords is expressed as x3 + l1xy2 + l2y2 = 0 (l1,l2 I), then(A) l1 + l2 = 2

(B) l12 + l 22 = 10

(C) Number of divisors of ( l12 + l 22 ) is 4

(D) Number of divisors of ( l12 + l 22 ) is 6

;fn vfrijoy; x2 y2 = 9 dh ,d pj thok ijoy; y2 = 12x dks Li'kZ djrh gS] rc bl thok ds e/; fcUnq ds
fcUnqiFk dks x3 + l1xy2 + l2y2 = 0 (l1,l2 I) ds :i esa O;Dr fd;k tkrk g]S rc (A) l1 + l2 = 2

(B) l12 + l 22 = 10

(C) ( l12 + l 22 ) ds Hkktdksa dh la[;k 4 gksxhA

(D) ( l12 + l 22 ) ds Hkktdksa dh la[;k 6 gksxhA

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(ii) lq es y u lwp ha izd kj
This Section contains 4 multiple choice questions. Each question has matching lists. The codes for the
lists. have choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

bl [k.M esa 4 cgqfodYi iz'u gaSA izR;sd iz'u esa lqesyu lwpha gAS lwfp;ksa ds fy, dksM ds fodYi (A), (B), (C) vkjS (D)
gaS ftuesa ls ds oy ,d lgh gAS

9.

Let P be the plane parallel to y-axis and containing the points (1,0,1) and (3,2,1). Also A (4,0,0)
and B (6,0,2) are two points and P (x0,y0,z0) is a variable point on the plane P = 0.
Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer using the code given below the list.
List-I
List-II
(P) If the equation of the plane P = 0 is
(1) 16
x + ay + bz = c, then |a + b + c| is
(Q) If (PA + PB) is minimum, then |4x0 + y0 + 2z0| is
(2) 12

(R)

If |PA PB| 0, N , then N is

(3)

(S)

If the reflection of the line AB in the plane P = 0

(4)

is

x -2 y-a z+b
=
=
, then (a4 + b4) is
1
0
-1

ekuk P, y-v{k ds lekUrj og lery gS tks fcUnq (1,0,1) rFkk (3,2,1) dks j[krk gSA lkFk gh A (4,0,0)
rFkk B (6,0,2) nks fcUnq gaS rFkk P (x0,y0,z0), lery P = 0 ij ,d pj fcUnq gSA
lwph-I dks lwph-II ls lqesfyr dhft, rFkk lwfp;ksa ds uhps fn, u, dksM dk iz;ksx djds lgh mkj pqfu;s %
lwp h-I
lwp h-II
(P) ;fn lery P = 0 dk lehdj.k x + ay + bz = c gks]
(1) 16
rks |a + b + c| dk eku gksxk
(Q) ;fn (PA + PB) U;wure gks] rks |4x0 + y0 + 2z0| dk eku gksxk
(2) 12
(R)
(S)

;fn |PA PB| 0, N ) gks] rks N dk eku gksxk


;fn lery P = 0 ij js[kk AB dk izfrfcEc

(3)

(4)

x -2 y-a z+b
=
=
gks] rks (a4 + b4) dk eku gksxk
1
0
-1

Codes :
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

P
3
2
3
3

Q
2
3
2
4

R
1
4
4
2

S
4
1
1
1

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10.

2
Let z = a + ib (where a,bR and i = -1 ) such that |2z + 3i| = |z |.
Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer using the code given below the list.
List-I
List-II
(P) |z|max is equal to
(1) 2
(Q) |z|min is equal to
(2) 1
3
3
(R) If |z| is maximum z = a + ib, then (a + b ) is equal to
(3) 3

(S)

(where a,b R and i = -1 )


If |z| is minimum z = x + iy, then (x2 + 2y2) is equal to

(4)

27

(where x,y R and i = -1 )

ekuk z = a + ib (tgk a,bR rFkk i = -1 ) bl izdkj gS fd |2z + 3i| =


lwph-I dks lwph-II ls lqesfyr dhft, rFkk lwfp;ksa ds uhps fn, u, dksM dk
lwp h-I
(P) |z|max dk eku gksxk
(Q) |z|min dk eku gksxk
(R) ;fn |z| vf/kdre gS z = a + ib gks] rks (a3 + b3) dk eku gksxk
(tgk a,b R rFkk i = -1 )
(S)

|z2|

iz;ksx djds lgh mkj pqfu;s %


lwp h-II
(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

27

;fn |z| U;wure gS z = x + iy gks] rks (x2 + 2y2) dk eku gksxk


(tgk x,y R rFkk i = -1 )

Codes :
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

P
3
3
3
2

Q
2
2
4
3

R
1
4
2
4

S
4
1
1
1

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1

11.

Consider ( x ) = t t - x dt
0

Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer using the code given below the list.
List-I
List-II
(P)

min ( x ) is equal to

(1)

(Q)

max ( x ) is equal to

(2)

(R)

min ( x ) is equal to

(3)

(S)

Number of points where (x) is non-derivable is

(4)

xR

x[ 0,1]

x 1

0
2- 2
6
1
6
1
3

ekuk ( x ) = t t - x dt gAS
0

lwph-I dks lwph-II ls lqesfyr dhft, rFkk lwfp;ksa ds uhps fn, u, dksM dk iz;ksx djds lgh mkj pqfu;s %
lwp h-I
lwp h-II
(P) min ( x ) dk eku gksxk
(1) 0
xR
(Q)

max ( x ) dk eku gksxk

(2)

(R)

min ( x ) dk eku gksxk

(3)

(S)

fcUnqvksa dh la[;k] tgk (x) vodyuh; ugha g]S gksxh

(4)

x[ 0,1]

x 1

2- 2
6
1
6
1
3

Codes :
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

P
2
2
4
3

Q
4
3
2
4

R
3
4
3
2

S
1
1
1
1

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12.

Consider the word "BREAKAGE". The number of ways in which the letters of this word can be
arranged such that
Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer using the code given below the list.
List-I
List-II
(P) The two A's are not together is
(1) 720
(Q) The two E's are together but no two A's are together is
(2) 1800
(R) Neither two A's nor two E's are together is
(3) 5760
(S) No two vowels are together is
(4) 7560

ekuk ,d 'kCn "BREAKAGE" gSA bl 'kCn ds v{kjksa dks O;ofLFkr djus ds rjhdksa dh la [;k] ftuesa
lwph-I dks lwph-II ls lqesfyr dhft, rFkk lwfp;ksa ds uhps fn, u, dksM dk iz;ksx djds lgh mkj pqfu;s %
lwp h-I
lwp h-II
(P) nks A lkFk&lkFk uk gksa
(1) 720
(Q) nks E lkFk&lkFk gksa ijUrq nks A lkFk&lkFk uk gkas
(2) 1800
(R) uk rks nks A uk gh nks E lkFk&lkFk gks
(3) 5760
(S) nks Loj lkFk&lkFk uk gksa
(4) 7560

Codes :

(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

P
4
4
4
2

Q
2
3
3
4

R
3
2
1
3

S
1
1
2
1

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SECTION II : Matrix-Match Type


[k.M II : eSfVDl&esy izdkj
No question will be asked in section II / [k.M II esa dksb Z iz'u ugha gSA
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[kaM -III : (iw.kkd eku lgh izdkj)

This section contains 4 questions. The answer to each question is a three digit Integer, ranging from
000 to 999.

bl [kaM esa 4 iz'u gSaA gj iz' u dk mkj rhu vad dk iw. kkd ] 000 ls 999 rd ] gSA
1.

Consider the curves C1 : |z 2| = 2 + Re(z) and C2 : |z| = 3 (where z = x + iy, x,yR and i = -1 ).
They intersect at P and Q in the first and fourth quadrants respectively. Tangents to C1 at P and Q intersect
the x-axis at R and tangents to C2 at P and Q intersect the x-axis at S. If area of DPRS is l 2 sq.units,
then (l2) is

ekuk o C1 : |z 2| = 2 + Re(z) rFkk C2 : |z| = 3 (tgk z = x + iy, x,yR rFkk i = -1 ) gAS ;g izFke rFkk
prqFkZ prqFkk'k esa e'k% P rFkk Q ij izfrPNsn djrs gAS C1 ij P rFkk Q ij Li'kZjs[kk;sa x-v{k ij R ij feyrs
gS rFkk C2 ij P rFkk Q ij Li'kZjs[kk;sa x-v{k ij S ij feyrs gaSA ;fn f=Hkqt PRS dk {ks=Qy l 2 oxZ bdkbZ
gks] rks (l2) dk eku gksxk
2.

w -z
Let w and z be complex numbers such that |w| = 1 and |z| = 10. Let q = arg
. The maximum
z
p
possible value of tan2q can be expressed as
(where p and q are relative prime), then (p +2q) is
q
w -z
2
gAS tan q ds
z

ekuk w rFkk z lfEeJ la[;k;sa bl izdkj gS fd |w| = 1 rFkk |z| = 10 gAS ekuk q = arg
p

vf/kdre lEHko eku dks q (tgk p rFkk q ijLij vHkkT; la[;k;sa gSa ) ds :i esa O;Dr fd;k tk ldrk gks ] rks
(p +2q) dk eku gksxk
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3.

The equation x4 + ax3 + bx2 + ax + 1 = 0 has at least one real root and if the minimum value of
E(a,b) = a2 + b2 can be expressed as

p
(where p & q are relatively prime), then (p2 + q2) is
q

lehdj.k x4 + ax3 + bx2 + ax + 1 = 0 dk de ls de ,d okLrfod ewy rFkk ;fn E(a,b) = a2 + b2 ds U;wure


p

eku dks q (tgk p rFkk q ijLij vHkkT; la[;k;sa gSa ) ds :i esa O;Dr fd;k tk ldrk gks] rks (p2 + q2) dk eku
gksxk
4.

A bag contains (2n + 1) coins. It is known that 'n' of these coins have tail on both the sides, whereas
the remaining (n + 1) coins are fair. A coin is randomly drawn from the bag and tossed. If the probability
31
that the toss results in a tail is
, then the value of 'n' is
42

,d Fky
S s esa (2n + 1) flDds gaSA Kkr gS fd buesa ls 'n' flDdksa ds nksuksa vksj iV gS rFkk 'ks"k (n + 1) fu"i{kikrh flDds
31

gaSA ,d flDds dk ;kn`PN;k p;u dj mNkyk tkrk gAS ;fn ifj.kke esa iV vkus dh izkf;drk
gks] rks 'n' dk
42
eku gksxk
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SECTION-IV : (Integer Value Correct Type)

[k.M -IV : (iw . kkd eku lgh iz d kj)


This section contains 4 questions. The answer to each question is a single digit Integer, ranging from
0 to 9 (both inclusive)

bl [k.M esa 4 iz ' u gSaA izR;sd iz'u dk mkj 0 ls 9 rd (nksuksa 'kkfey) ds chp dk ,dy va d h; iw . kk d
gSA
1.

x 2 y2
+
- 2 = 1 (a,b R ) passes through the point (0,b) and
2
a
b
the normal at the point R passes through the point 2 2a, 0 . If 'e' denotes the eccentricity of the hyperbola,

The tangent at a point R on the hyperbola

then

'e2'

is

2
2
vfrijoy; x2 - y 2 = 1 (a,b R+) ds fcUnq R ij Li'kZjs[kk] fcUnq (0,b) ls xqtjrh gS rFkk fcUnq R ij vfHkyEc

a
b
fcUnq 2 2a, 0 ls xqtjrk gSA ;fn 'e' vfrijoy dh mRdsUrk gks] rks 'e2' dk eku gksxk

2.

A point P is randomly selected from the region described by 3 z 5 (where 'z' is a complex number).
1
p p
If the probability that argument of P lies in the interval - , is
, then N is
N
4 4

3 z 5 (tgk 'z' ,d lfEeJ la[;k g)S }kjk ifjHkkf"kr {ks= essa fcUnq P ;kn`PN;k p;fur fd;k tkrk gAS ;fn izkf;drk
p p

fd fcUnq P dk dks.kkad] vUrjky - , esa fLFkr gks]


g]S rc N dk eku gksxk
N
4 4
1

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3.

If a normal chord of the parabola 2y2 = x has slope (2 - 3) , then the area of triangle formed by normal
chord of the parabola and the tangents drawn at the extremities of the normal chord is

;fn ijoy; 2y2 = x dh vfHkyEc thok dh izo.krk (2 - 3) gks] rc ijoy; dh vfHkyEc rFkk vfHkyEc thok
ds fljksa ij [khaph xbZ Lif'kZ;ksa }kjk fufeZr f=Hkqt dk {ks=Qy gksxk

4.

If (x) is a twice differentiable function in x [0,p] such that (0) = (p) = 0 and
p/2

( ( 2x ) + " ( 2x ) )

sinx cosx dx = kp, then k is

;fn (x), x [0,p] esa ,d nks ckj vodyuh; Qyu bl izdkj gS fd (0) = (p) = 0
p/2

rFkk

( ( 2x ) + " ( 2x ) )

sinx cosx dx = kp gks] rks k dk eku gksxk

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D.
15.

16.

17.

18.

17.

va du ;kstuk / Marking scheme :


[kaM -I (i) ds gj iz'u esa dsoy lgh mkj okys cqycqys (BUBBLE) dks dkyk djus ij 3 vad vkjS dksbZ Hkh cqycqyk dkyk ugha djus ij
'kwU ; (0) vad iznku fd;k tk;sxk bl [akM ds iz'uksa esa xyr mkj nsus ij dksbZ .kkRed va d ugha fn;s tk;saxasA

For each question in Section-I (i), you will be awarded 3 marks if you darken the bubble corresponding to the correct answer
and zero mark if no bubbles are darkened No negative marks will be awarded for incorrect answers in this section.
[kaM-I (ii) ds gj iz'u esa dsoy lgh mkjksa (mkj) okys lHkh cqycqyksa (cqycqys) dks dkyk djus ij 3 vad vkSj dksbZ Hkh cqycqyk dkyk
ugha djus ij 'kw U ; (0) vad iznku fd;k tk;sxkA vU; lHkh fLFkfr;ksa esa .kkRed ,d (1) va d iznku fd;k tk;sxkA
For each question in Section-I (ii), you will be awarded 3 marks if you darken all the bubble(s) corresponding to only the
correct answer(s) and zero mark if no bubbles are darkened. In all other cases minus one (1) mark will be awarded
[kaM-III ds gj iz'u esa dsoy lgh mkjksa (mkj) okys lHkh cqycqyksa (cqycqys) dks dkyk djus ij 3 vad vkSj dksbZ Hkh cqycqyk dkyk
ugha djus ij 'kw U ; (0) vad iznku fd;k tk;sxkA vU; lHkh fLFkfr;ksa esa .kkRed ,d (1) va d iznku fd;k tk;sxkA
For each question in Section-III, you will be awarded 3 marks if you darken all the bubble(s) corresponding to only the
correct answer(s) and zero mark if no bubbles are darkened. In all other cases minus one (1) mark will be awarded
[kaM-IV ds gj iz'u esa dsoy lgh mkjksa (mkj) okys lHkh cqycqyksa (cqycqys) dks dkyk djus ij 3 vad vkSj dksbZ Hkh cqycqyk dkyk
ugha djus ij 'kw U ; (0) vad iznku fd;k tk;sxkA vU; lHkh fLFkfr;ksa esa .kkRed ,d (1) va d iznku fd;k tk;sxkA
For each question in Section-IV, you will be awarded 3 marks if you darken all the bubble(s) corresponding to only the
correct answer(s) and zero mark if no bubbles are darkened. In all other cases minus one (1) mark will be awarded
g = 10 m/s2 iz;qDr djsa] tc rd fd vU; dksbZ eku ugha fn;k x;k gksA
Take g = 10 m/s 2 unless otherwise stated.

Appropriate way of darkening the bubble for your answer to be evaluated

vkids mkj ds ew Y;ka du ds fy, cqycqys dks dkyk djus dk mi;qDr rjhdk
a

The one and the only acceptable

Part darkening

,d vkjS dsoy ,d Lohdk;Z


vkaf'kd dkyk djuk
a

Darkening the rim

Answer will not be evaluated no marks, no negative marks

Cancelling after darkening

mkj dk ewY;kadu ugha gksxk&


dksbZ vad ugha] dksbZ .kkRed vad ugha

fje dkyk djuk

dkyk djus ds ckn jn~n djuk


Erasing after darkening

dkyk djus ds ckn feVkuk

Figure-1 : Correct way of bubbling for valid answer and a few examplex of invalid answers

fp=&1 % oS/ k mkj ds fy, cq ycq yk Hkjus dk lgh rjhdk vkSj voS/ k mkjks a ds dq N mnkgj.kA

Any other form of partial marking such as ticking or crossing the bubble will be invalid

vkaf'kd va du ds vU; rjhds tS ls cqycqys dks fVd djuk ;k kW l djuk xyr gksxkA
1

0
1
2
3

0
1

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

5
6
7
8
9

3
4
5
6
7
8
9

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

0
1

0
1

3
4
5
6
7
8
9

3
4
5
6
7
8
9

Figure-2 : Correct Way of Bubbling your Form Number on the ORS. (Example Form Numebr : 14200022)
fp=&2 % vks- vkj-,l (ORS) ij vkids QkW eZ uEcj ds ccy dks Hkjus dk lgh rjhdkA (mnkgj.k QkW eZ uEcj : 14200022)

Name of the Candidate /

ijh{kkFkhZ dk uke

Form Number /

QkWeZ la [;k

I have read all the instructions and shall abide by them.

I have verified all the information filled in by the Candidate.

euS as lHkh vuqn's kksa dks i<+ fy;k gS vkjS eaS mudk vo'; ikyu d:xk@d:xhA

ijh{kkFkhZ }kjk Hkjh xbZ tkudkjh dks eSu s a tk p fy;k gSA

Signature of the Candidate / ijh{kkFkhZ

ds gLrk{kj

Signature of the Invigilator /

fujh{kd ds gLrk{kj

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