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PARTA (1-10) (c) social change comes with the advancement of
Instructions: Read the given passage carefully and science
attempt the questions that follow. Select the appropriate (d) human wisdom must grow proportionately
answer as (a), (b), (c) or (d). with growth of knowledge to evolve a creative
Marks: Each question carries 1 (one) mark. (total 10 integration to help mankind
marks) Passage II
Dr. S. Radha krishnan, the illustrious philosopher In many underdeveloped countries, the State plays
staxesman of India, was one of the greatest sons of our an important and increasingly varied role in economic
motherland. He cautioned the world against the development today. There are four general arguments, all
domination of science in society. It is erroneous to claim of them related, for State participation in economic
that scientific knowledge would bring with it perpetual development. First, the entrance requirements in terms of
progress and a steady improvement in human relations. financial and capital equipment are very large in
The recent period of great scientific achievements has industries, and the size of these obstacles will serve as
also increased human misery: two world wars, barriers to the entry of private investors. One can
concentration camps, and atomic destruction, cold war imagine what these obstacles are imposing on industries
and deadly wars in the Middle East, Persian Gulf and at such as steel production, automobiles, electronics, and
many other places in the world. Growth in human parts of the textiles industry. In addition, there are what
wisdom has not been commensurate with the increase in Myint calls technical indivisibilities in social overhead
scientific knowledge and power. The fear of universal capital. Public utilities, transport, and communication
destruction hangs over the world. There is a feeling of facilities must be in place before industrial development
disenchantment, anxiety and even despair. Science has can occur, and they do not lend themselves to small-
failed to liberate man from the tyranny of his own scale improvements. A related argument centers on the
nature. Mankind is passing through a critical period and demand side of the economy. This economy is seen as
an education of the human spirit has become essential. In fragmented, disconnected, and incapable of using inputs
order to remake society, man has to remake himself. If from other parts of the economy. Consequently,
humanity is to survive, man must integrate his economic activity in one part of the economy does not
knowledge with social responsibility. generate the dynamism in other sectors that is normally
1. Dr. S. Radhakrishnan has: expected in more cohesive economies. Industrialization
(a) emphasised that science should be banished necessarily involves many different, sectors; economic
from the society enterprises thrive best in an environment in which they
(b) opposed the teaching of science in educational draw on inputs from related economic sectors and, in
institutions turn, release their own goods for industrial utilization
(c) favoured scientific thinking in life within their own economies. A third argument concerns
(d) counselled that preponderance of science in the low-level equilibrium trap in which less developed
life does not necessarily generate happiness countries find themselves. At subsistence levels,
2. The recent past of tremendous scientific progress societies consume exactly what they produce. There is
has: no remaining surplus for reinvestment. As per-capita
(a) made the world a very happy place income rises, however, the additional income will not be
(b) led to global warming used for saving and investment. Instead, it will have the
(c) brought about internal transformation in men effect of increasing the population that will eat up the
(d) shown that human wisdom has not kept pace surplus and force the society to its former subsistence
with galloping scientific knowledge position. Fortunately, after a certain point, the rate of
3. Man is despaired of science because: population growth will decrease; economic growth will
(a) science has given too much knowledge intersect with and eventually outstrip population growth.
(b) science has brought him excessive material The private sector, however, will not be able to provide
comforts the one-shot large dose of capital to push economic
(c) he has become a captive of science growth beyond those levels where in population
(d) he is confronted with the nightmare of total increases eat up the incremental advances. The final
annihilation of the world argument concerns the relationship between delayed
4. Man can save humanity only if he: development and the State. Countries wishing to
(a) abandons science industrialize today have more competitors, and these
(b) brings about an internal transformation in competitors occupy a more differentiated industrial
himself terrain than previously. This means that the available
(c) makes his life more comfortable with niches in the international system are more limited. For
scientific gadgets todays industries, therefore, the process of
(d) goes back to nature and primitive times industrialization cannot be a haphazard affair, nor can
5. In this passage, the writer has tried to show that: the pace, content, and direction be left solely to market
(a) science is the only saviour that shall lead forces. Part of the reason for strong state presence, then
humanity forward relates specifically to the competitive international
(b) science can bring about an end to all the wars environment in which modern countries and firms must
6. What does the author suggest about the technical 17. He applied the director the post of accountant.
indivisibiities in social overhead capital? (a) at, for (b) for, at
(a) It is a barrier to private investment (c) to, for (d) for, at
(b) It enhances the development effects of private 18. They stepped anyway and began to talk
sector investment (a) around, out (b) out, around
(c) It leads to rapid technological progress (c) our, besides (d) none of these
(d) It can prevent development from occurring 1 9. You must dispense his service.
7. According to the passage, the low-level (a) in (b) at
equilibrium trap in underdeveloped countries (c) with (d) of
results from 20. If you persist in telling lies to me I shall sue you
(a) the inability of market forces to overcome the slander.
effects of population growth (a) with (b) to
(b) intervention of the state in economic (c) for (d) on
development 21. The prisoner was released on for good behavior.
(c) the tendency for societies to produce more (a) probation (b) bail
than they can use (c) parole (d) guarantee
(d) the fragmented and disconnected nature of the 22. Two of the fugitives managed to remain free by
demand side of the economy. adeptly avoiding the of the police.
8. According to the author, a strong state presence is (a) torture (b) pursuit
necessary (c) discovery (d) repression
(a) to provide food for everyone 23. Mr. Srinivasan is to become chairman of the group
(b) to provide the capital needed to spur economic the retirement of his father.
growth (a) set, following
(c) to ensure the livelihood of workers (b) voted, subsequent
(d) to ensure that people have more than what is (c) selected, despite
necessary for subsistence (d) approved, because
9. In the passage, the word cohesive means 24. to your error the consignment has been
(a) containing many cohorts or groups delayed by a week.
(b) modern and competitive (a) According, important
(c) naturally and logically connected (b) Duly, urgent
(d) containing many different sectors (c) Owing, entire
10. In the passage, the word imposing means (d) Added, crucial
(a) something huge 25. On account of the in sales, the software firm has
(b) something that strikes a pose achieved an eight percent in net profit.
(c) something that obtrudes on others (a) surge, fall (b) increase, rise
(d) to act with a delusive effect (c) decline, slope (d) hike, loss
PARTB (11-15) PART D (26-30)
Instructions: Three of the four words given below are Instructions: The paragraphs given below have all had
spelt wrongly. Select the word that is spelt correctly and their constituent sentences jumbled. Read each jumbled
give the appropriate answer. passage carefully and then pick the option in which the
Marks: Each question carries 1 (one) mark. (Total 5 best sequence is shown.
marks) Marks: Each question carries 1 (one) mark. (Total5
11. (a) lieftenant (b) leftenant marks)
(c) leftanant (d) lieutenant 26. A. In rejecting the functionalism in Positivist
(e) lephtenant Organization Theory, either wholly or
12. (a) occassion (b) ocasion partially, there is often a move towards a
(c) occasion (d) occasson political model of organization theory.
(e) occoshion B. Thus the analysis would shift to the power
13. (a) surveillance (b) survilance resources possessed by different groups in the
(c) survalance (d) survaillance organization and the way they use these
14. (a) buorocracy (b) bureaucracy resources in actual power plays to shape the
(c) bureaucrecy (d) bureocracy organizational structure.
1 5. (a) teetotaler (b) teetotaller C. At the extreme, in one set of writings, the
(c) teattotellar (d) teetoder growth of administrators in the organization is
(e) teetotallar held to be completely unrelated to the work to
PARTC (16-25) be done and is caused totally by the political
Instructions: Select the best option from the four pursuit of self-interest.
alternatives given. D. The political model holds that individual
Marks: Each question carries 1 (one) mark. (Total 10 interests are pursued in organizational life
marks) through the exercise of power and influence.
16. In 1985, he was given the award Bharat Ratna the (a) ADBC (b) CBAD
President India. (c) DBCA (d) ABDC
(a) of, on, in (b) of, by, of 27. A. Group decision making, however, does not
(c) on, by; of (d) of, by, on necessarily fully guard against arbitrariness
and anarchy, for individual capriciousness can E. Intelligence can be measured by tests.
get substituted by collusion of group members. (a) CDABE (b) DECAB
B. Nature itself is an intricate system of checks (c) EDACB (d) CBADE
and balances, meant to preserve the delicate PARTE (31-35)
balance between various environmental factors Instructions: Mark the part of the sentence which has
that affect our ecology. an error. If there is no error, mark e
C. In institutions also, there is a need to have in Marks: Each question carries I (one) mark. (Total 5
place a system of checks and balances which marks.)
inhibits the concentration of power in only 31. The dog let out (a)/ a blood chilling (b)/ howling
some individuals. when it was it was (c)/ given the injection (d)/ No
D. When human interventions alter this delicate error. (e)
balance, the outcomes have been seen to be 32. It being an important (a)/ letter, the draft had to be
disastrous. (b)/ seen by the Governor (c)/ itself for approval.
(a) CDAB (b) BCAD (d)/ No error. (e)
(c) CABD (d) BDCA 33. Asha could not defeat her (a)/ opponents contrary
28. A. He was bone-weary and soul-weary, and found to their (b)/ good preparation and (c)/ long practice.
himself muttering, Either I cant manage this (d)/ No error. (e)
place, or its unmanageable. 34. Ptatiksha expected good marks (a)/ in the
B. To his horror, he realized that he had become examination (b)/ but she was very disappointed (c)/
the victim of an amorphous, unwitting, when the results collected. (d)/ No error. (e)
unconscious conspiracy to immerse him in PART F (36-40)
routine work that had no significance. Instructions: Given below are a few foreign language
C. It was one of those nights in the office when phrases that are commonly used. Choose the correct
the office clock was moving towards four in meaning for each of the phrases.
the morning and Benn is was still not through Marks: Each question carries 1 (one) mark. (Total 5
with the incredible mass of paper stacked marks)
before him. 35. Irrespective of either (a)/ Vijay or Sanjay goes (b)/
D. He reached for his calendar and ran his eyes the overdue payment (c)/ cannot be collected. (d)/
down each hour, half-hour, and quarter-hour, No error. (e)
to see where his time had gone that day, the 36. Per incuriam
day before, the month before. (a) by the Court
(a) ABCD (b) CADB (b) a mistaken decision by the court
(c) BDCA (d) DCBA (c) by majority of judges
29. A. With that, I swallowed the shampoo, and (d) a descending view
obtained the most realistic results almost on 37. Sine qua non
the spot. (a) without setting a fixed day
B. The man shuffled away into the back regions (b) by voice vote
to make up a prescription, and after a moment (c) indispensable condition
I got through on the shop telephone to the (d) signing legal documents before death
Consulate, intimating my location. 38. Ultra vires
C. Then, while the pharmacist was wrapping up a (a) outside the powers of
six- ounce bottle of the mixture, I groaned and (b) without doubt
inquired whether he could give me something (c) in good faith
for acute gastric cramp. (d) indispensable condition
D. I intended to stage a sharp gastric attack, and 39. Mandamus
entering an old-fashioned pharmacy, I asked (a) legally valid
for a popular shampoo mixture, consisting of (b) produce the body
olive oil and flaked soap. (c) we command
(a) DCBA (b) DACB (d) by what authority
(c) BDAC (d) BCDA 40. In limine
30. A. Since then, intelligence tests have been mostly (a) on the threshold
used to separate dull children in schools from (b) as per law
average or bright children, so that special (c) small details
education can be provided to the dull. (d) in the same place
B. In other words, intelligence tests give us a SECTION - II GENERAL KNOWLEDGE (41-140)
norm for each age. Instructions: From the four answers, select the most
C. Intelligence is expressed as Intelligence appropriate answer.
Quotient, and tests are developed to indicate Marks: Each question carries 1/2 (half) mark. (Total 50
what an average child of a certain age can do: marks)
what a 5 year old can answer, but a 4 year old 41. Justice Shiv Prasad Singh ,who was impeached in
cannot, for instance. 1949 on the recommendation of the Indian Federal
D. Binet developed the first set of such tests in Court was the Judge of High Court.
the early 1900s to find out which children in (a) Bombay (b) Allahabad
school needed special attention. (c) Madras (d) Calcutta
42. Who among the following was the Mascot for the (c) Japan (d) Canada
Olympic Games 2012? 55. As a gesture to promote denuclearization and also
(a) Mandeville (b) Wenlock to end nuclear arms programme the cooling tower
(c) Sherra (d) Both (a) and (b) of a nuclear complex situated in Youngbyon was
43. Which of the following is specifically designed to demolished recently. This nuclear complex is in
control various risks involved in Banking which of the following countries?
operations? (a) South Korea (b) Iran
(a) RTGS (b) FEMA (c) China (d) North Korea
(c) Basel Norms (d) EFTOPS 56. Which of the following airlines became the first
44. In how many cases has the Supreme Court been so Indian based Airlines to operate flight to China?
far asked to give advisory opinion (presidential (a) Indian (b) Air India
reference)? (c) Kingfisher (d) Jet Airways
(a) 7 (b) 9 57. What is India ranking in the Doing Business
(c) 10 (d) 13 Report 2012 prepared by the World Bank?
45. The RBI Governor reviews the Annual Monetary (a) 55th (b) 80th
and Credit Policy every- (c) 100 (d) 132nd
(a) Two months (b) Three months 58. Which of the following Union Territories comes
(c) Four months (d) Six months under the jurisdiction of Kerala High Court?
46. Noise pollution is measured in the unit called (a) Andaman (b) Lakshadweep
(a) Micron (b) Ohms (c) Puducherry (d) Nicobar
(c) Ampere (d) Decibel 59. Who was the Chairman of the Committee for
47. Which of the following best explains e- Implementing Legal Aid Schemes (CILAS)?
Governance? (a) YR Krishna Iyer
(a) Improving the functioning of government (b) EN. Bhagavati
(b) Teaching government employees the basics of (c) H.R Khanna
computing (d) V. Khalid
(c) Delivery of public services through internet 60. The statement: Swaraj is my birth right, I will
(d) Framing of cyber-laws of chatting on internet have it was made for the first time by Tilak in the
(e) Convergence of e-mail and video-conferencing session of the Indian National Congress at
48. Global warming is a matter of concern amongst (a) Banaras(1905)
nations these days. Which of the following (b) Calcutta(1906)
countries is the largest emitter of greenhouse gases (c) Surat (1907)
in the World? (d) Lucknow (1 916)
(a) USA (b) China 61. The tail of a comet is directed away from the sun
(c) India (d) Britain because
49. At present for the ATMs in India, the most (a) as the comet rotates around the sun, the lighter
commonly used network communication mode is mass of the comet is pushed away due to the
(a) Very Small Aperture Terminal (VSAT) centrifugal force alone
(b) General Packet Radio Ser-vice (GPRS) (b) as the comet rotates, the lighter mass of the
(c) Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) comet is attracted by some star situated in the
(d) Dial-in Connection direction of its tail
50. Who is the author of the book Future Shock? (c) the radiation emitted by the sun exerts a radial
(a) Alvin Toffler pressure on the comet throwing its tail away
(b) Tom Peters from the sun
(c) Napoleon Hill (d) the tail of the comet always exists in the same
(d) Kenneth Blanchard orientation
51. What was the code name given to the US mission 62. In an atom, the order of filling up of the orbitals is
which killed Osama Bin Laden? governed by
(a) Guantanamo (b) Geronimo (a) Aufbau principle
(c) Tora bora (d) None of the above (b) Heisenbergs uncertainty principle
52. Many a times we read some news items about the (c) Hunds rule
West Bank. West Bank is situated at the western (d) Paulis exclusion principle
side of the river 63. Which one of the following is not a Biosphere
(a) Mississippi (b) Amazon Reserve?
(c) Nile (d) Jordan (a) Agasthyamalai (b) Nallamalai
53. Prof. Muhammad Yunus the recipient of the Nobel (c) Nilgiri (d) Panchmarhi
Peace Prize, 2006 is the exponent of which of the 64. Which one of the following is known as the
following concepts in the field of banking? Coffee port of the world?
(a) Core Banking (a) Sao Paulo (b) Santos
(b) Microcredit (c) Rio de Janeiro (d) Buenos Aires
(c) Retail Banking 65. As per the Human Development Index given by
(d) Real Time Gross Settlement UNDP, which one of the following sequences of
54. Federal Reserve is the Central Bank of South Asian Countries is correct, in the order of
(a) Britain (b) USA higher to lower development?
(a) India -Sri Lanka -Pakistan- Maldives (3) It acts as an agent of the Government in
(b) Maldives - Sri Lanka - India - Pakistan respect of Indias membership of IME
(c) Sri Lanka- Maldives - India - Pakistan (4) It handles the borrowing programme of
(d) Maldives - India - Pakistan - Sri Lanka Government of India.
66. Consider the following statements: Which of these statements are correct?
1. Kyoto Protocol came into force in the year (a) 1 and 2 (b) 2, 3 and 4
2005. (c) 1, 2, 3 and 4 (d) 3 and 4
2. Kyoto Protocol deals primarily with the 76. In India, which of the following have the highest
depletion of the Ozone layer. share in the disbursement of credit to agriculture
3. Methane as a greenhouse gas is more harmful and allied activities?
than carbon dioxide. (a) Commercial banks
Which of the statements given above is/are (b) Cooperative banks
correct? (c) Regional rural banks
(a) 1 and 2 (b) 1 and 3 (d) Microfinance institutions
(c) 1 only (d) 3 only 77. Madhesi National Liberation Front (MNLF) is an
67. In which country is the committee which selects organization active in which of the following
winners for Noble Peace Prize located? countries?
(a) Norway (b) Sweden (a) Pakistan (b) Myanmar
(c) Finland (d) Denmark (c) Uganda (d) Nepal
68. Which one among the following Indians was 78. Which of the following States has achieved 100%
honoured by a Special Oscar Award? financial inclusion (each and every family in the
(a) Mahesh Bhatt (b) Mira Nair State has at least one bank account)?
(c) Satyajit Ray (d) O.P Sippy (a) Delhi (b) Maharashtra
69. For which sports is the Val Barker Cup awarded in (c) West Bengal (d) Kerala
the Olympic Games? 79. Who amongst the following has taken over as the
(a) Swimming (b) Boxing Chairman of the 19th Law Commission setup
(c) Long Jump (d) High Jump recently?
70. Which country among the following has been (a) Justice P.V. Reddy
involved in two ties in Test cricket? (b) Justice Bhagwan Das Rana
(a) Australia (b) India (c) Justice TL. Venkatraman Iyer
(c) West Indies (d) England (d) Justice Nanavati
71. Which of the following pairs is NOT correctly 80. Who prepared the first estimate of National Income
matched? for the country?
(a) Indias first Technicolor film ....Jhansi Ki Rani (a) Central Statistical Organisation
(b) Indians first 3-D film .My Dear (b) National Income Committee
Kuttichathan (c) Dadabhai Naoroji
(c) Indians first insured film . . . ...Taal (d) National Sample Survey Organisation
(d) Indians first actress to win the Bharart Ratna 81. When was the comprehensive re-organisation of
Meena Kumari Indian States completed in accordance with the
72. The language spoken by the largest number of recommendations of States Re-Organisation
people in the world is Commission?
(a) Hindi (a) 1953 (b) 1956
(b) English (c) 1960 (d) 1966
(c) Mandarin 82. When Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated, who
(d) Spanish said, None will believe that a man like this in
73. The memory of a computer is commonly expressed body and soul ever walked on this earth?
in terms of kilobytes or megabytes. A byte is made (a) Bertrand Russell
up of (b) Leo Tolstoy
(a) eight binary digits (c) Albert Einstein
(b) eight decimal digits (d) Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan
(c) two binary digits 83. In violation of the Salt Laws, Gandhiji started a
(d) two decimal digits movement called
74. Indian Airlines (New Name : Indian) have (a) Non-Cooperation Movement
redesigned their logo which is a graphic wheel. (b) Swadeshi Movement
This logo has been inspired from which one of the (c) Civil Disobedience Movement
following? (d) Khilafat Movement
(a) Hampi Ternples 84. The first to come and the last to leave India were
(b) Mamallapuram Temples (a) The Portuguese (b) The French
(c) Sun Temple, Konark (c) The English (d) The Dutch
(d) Khajuraho Temple 85. JR 20 and Ratna are two important varieties of
75. Consider the following statements regarding (a) Wheat (b) Bajra
Reserve Bank of India (c) Jowar (d) Paddy
(1) It is a banker to the Central Government. 86. Instrument used for measuring area on maps is
(2) It formulates and administers monetary policy. called
(a) Planimeter (b) Eidograph (a) Philippines
(c) Pantograph (d) Opisometer (b) Japan
87. Which of the following is the sweetest sugar? (c) China
(a) Sucrose (b) Glucose (d) South Korea
(c) Fructose (d) Maltose 101. Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Awards are given for the
88. Which of the following International Tennis person who shown exemplary performance in the
Tournaments is held on a grass court? field of
(a) US Open (b) French Open (a) Sports
(c) Wimbledon (d) Australian Open (b) Politics
89. Who became the first Indian sportswoman to be (c) Science & Technology
featured on the cover of the Asian edition of the (d) Literature
Times magazine? 102. What is the objective of Eleventh Five Year Plan
(a) PT. Usha (2007-12)?
(b) Anju Bobby George (a) Removal of Unemployment
(c) Saina Nehwal (b) Inclusive growth
(d) Sania Mirza (c) Growth with social-justice
90. Inflation is calculated by Government of India the (d) Development of minorities
basis of 103. The engineering discipline that involves
(a) Consumer price index construction of molecularly-sized computing
(b) Cost of living index devices is called
(c) Whole scale price index (a) Nanotechnology
(d) Retail price index (b) Molecular processing
91. The financial year in which tax is levied is called (c) Silicon grafting
(a) previous year (d) Nanoscience
(b) accounting year 104. Indian Air force was established in the year
(c) calendar year (a) 1932 (b) 1947
(d) assessment year (c) 1857 (d) 1950
92. Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan covers 105. The person who is known as the Father of Social
(a) all children in the age group 310 Reforms in India
(b) all children in the age group 48 (a) Gopala Krishna Gokhale
(c) all children in the age group 515 (b) E. Vidyasagar
(d) all children in the age group 614 (c) William Bentic
93. Among the following which country has the (d) Raja Ram Mohan Roy
highest life expectancy at birth (in years) 106. Who amongst the following established the
(a) Japan (b) Denmark Anandvan, a rehabilitation centre for Leprosy
(c) USA (d) Switzerland patients in Maharashtra?
94. Chilka lake is situated in (a) Baba Amte
(a) West Bengal (b) Andhra Pradesh (b) Pandurang Shashtri Athawle
(c) Orissa (d) Tamil Nadu (c) Medha Patkar
95. The Durand Line demarcated Indias border with (d) Asaram Babu
(a) Afghanistan (b) Burma 107. Which of the following State Governments has
(c) Nepal (d) Tibet decided to provide Ownership Rights to Tribals
96. Which one of the following is the most urbanized over forest land being cultivated by them for last
State of India according to 2001 Census? 10 years?
(a) Gujarat (b) West Bengal (a) Madhya Pradesh (b) Uttar Pradesh
(c) Maharashtra (d) Kerala (c) Maharashtra (d) Andhra Pradesh
97. Commercial Banks were Nationalized for the first 108. World No Tobacco Day is observed on which of
time in the following days?
(a) 1947 (b) 1951 (a) 1st May (b) 10th May
(c) 1969 (d) 1992 (c) 21st May (d) 31st May
98. Many a time we see a term in newspapers called 109. Who amongst the following is the author of the
IPO. What is the full form of the same? book To a Hunger Free World?
(a) Indian Public Offer (a) A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
(b) Institutional Purchase (b) Ashok Lahiri
(c) Industrial Purchase Order (c) Amartya Sen
(d) Initial Public Offer (d) M.S. Swaminathan
99. The Tarapore Committee Report is concerned with 110. An account in which trading of shares is done in
which of the following? their electronic form is known as
(a) SEZs (a) Demat Account (b) NRI Account
(b) SBI (c) NRIO Account (d) Current Account
(c) Exam policy
(d) Capital AIC convertibility
100. Ban Ki-Moon, the Secretary-General of UN, 111. Vinegar is chemically known as
belongs to (a) Methanoic acid (b) Ethanoic acid
(c) Propanoic acid (d) Butanoic acid 125. Information Technology Act came in to operation
112. Give us good mothers and I shall give you good in
nation. These words were said by (a) 2001 (b) 2002
(a) Winston Churchill (c) 2000 (d) 1999
(b) Mahatma Gandhi 126. Which one of the following authorities
(c) Napoleon recommends the principles governing the grants-
(d) Abraham Lincoln in-aid of the revenues to the States out of the
113. Who is the author of the book My Presidential Consolidated Fund of India?
Years? A: Finance Commission
(a) Neilam Sanjeev Reddy B: Inter-State Council
(b) R. Venkataraman C: Union Ministry of Finance
(c) Dr. Rajendra Prasad D : Public Accounts Committee
(d) Dr. S. Radhakrishnan 127. In the following quotation
114. Mo Yan, who won the Nobel Prize for Literature WE, THE PEOPLE OF INDIA.
2012, is a citizen of having solemnly resolved to constitute India into a
(a) China (b) South Korea Sovereign Socialist Secular Democratic Republic
(c) Japan (d) North Korea and to secure to all its citizens:
115. Who was the first woman Governor of an Indian JUSTICE, social, economic and political;
State? LIBERTY of thought, expression, belief, faith and
(a) Sushila Nayar worship
(b) Sucheta Kriplani EQUALITY of status and of opportunity; and to
(c) Sarojini Naidu promote among all;
(d) Sulochan Modi FRATERNITY assuring the dignity of the
116. 6th April, 1930 is well known in the history of individual and the unity and integrity of the Nation.
India because this date is associated with In our Constituent Assembly this . . .X.. .do hereby
(a) Dandi March by Mahatma Gandhi adopt, enact and give to ourselves this
(b) Quit India Movement Constitution,
(c) Partition of Bengal X stands for
(d) Partition of India (a) twenty-sixth day of January, 1950
117. In India, there are three crop seasons. Two of them (b) twenty-sixth day of November, 1949
are Kharif and Rabi, name the third one? (c) twenty-sixth day of January 1949
(a) Barsati (b) Grama (d) None of the above
(c) Zaid (d) Khari 128. Which one of the following was not added to the
118. The much discussed Tehri Dam Project is located Directive Principles by the 42nd Amendment of
in which of the following States? the Constitution?
(a) Madhya Pradesh (b) Rajasthan (a) Protection of Children and youth from
(c) Haryana (d) Uttarakhand exploitation
119. Which Zone is the largest in Indian Railways? (b) Equal justice and free legal aid
(a) Central Railway (c) Uniform civil code
(b) Northern Railway (d) Participation of workers in the management of
(c) Eastern Railway industries
(d) Western Railway 129. Section 154 of Criminal Procedure Code is about
120. The number of players in each side of a rugby team (a) detention of persons in police custody
are (b) fair trial in criminal cases
(a) 11 (b) 8 (c) maintenance of public order
(c) 13 (d) 15 (d) first information report
121. Which of the following deals with economic 130. In criminal trials an accused is
offences? (a) deemed guilty until proved otherwise
(a) TADA (b) MISA (b) deemed innocent until proved otherwise
(c) NSA (d) COFEPOSA (c) always kept in jail until the end of trial
122. Who is the head of National Investigation Agency? (d) always released on bail pending the trial
(a) Sibi Mathews (b) S.C. Sinha 131. The International Criminal Court was established
(c) Hormis Tharakan (d) K.P. Raghuvanshi by
123. Salary of ChiefJustice of a High Court as per the (a) Vienna Convention
High Court and Supreme Court Judges (Salaries (b) Rome Statute
and Conditions of Service) Bill is (c) United Nations Charter
(a) 50,000 (b) 80,000 (d) None of the above
(c) 90,000 (d) 1,00,000 132. The Malimath Committee Report deals with
124. The first non-white woman, served as a High Court (a) Reform of Criminal Justice Administration
Judge in South Africa, who is recently elected as (b) Reform of Stock Markets
the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights is (c) Reviews of laws relating to divorce
(a) Loius Arbour (b) Roselyn Higgins (d) None of the above
(c) Navanetham Pillay (d) Fathima Meet
133. What is meant by mens rca?
(a) Criminal Act (c) 800 (d) 900
(b) Criminal Intent 143. Sixteen men can complete a work in fifteen days.
(c) Action in self defence Twenty four children can do the same work in
(d) Private Complaint twenty days. In how many days will eight men and
134. The term sociological jurisprudence is associated eight children together complete the same work?
with (a) 16 (b) 15
(a) Roscoe Pound (c) 25 (d) None of the above
(b) Julius Stone 144. The ratio between the ages of P and Q four years
(c) H.L.A Hart ago was 5:6. If the total of their ages at present is
(d) Justice Krishna Iyer 52 years, what is the ratio of their present ages?
135. The length of the territorial sea under the United (a) 4 : 5 (b) 8 : 9
Nations Law of the Sea Convention is (c) 7 : 8 (d) 6 : 7
(a) 12 nautical miles 145. If 40 percent of a number is 120, what is 5/6th of
(b) 24 nautical miles that number?
(c) 200 nautical miles (a) 200 (b) 300
(d) None of the above (c) 250 (d) 180
136. An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth relates 146. The ratio between two numbers is 11:9. If the sum
to Theory of these two numbers is 40, what is the product
(a) Reformative these two numbers?
(b) Deterrent (a) 396 (b) 432
(c) Retributive (c) 400 (d) 384
(d) Preventive 147. The ratio between the length and the breadth of a
137. If the substance of a Statute is in reality beyond the rectangular garden is 5:3. If the perimeter of the
competence of the legislature. The veil that covers garden is 160 meters, what will be the area of a 5
it, will not save it. It is called meter wide road around its outside?
(a) Doctrine of Severability (a) 600 sq. meters (b) 1,200 sq. meters
(b) Doctrine of Eclipse (c) 900 sq. meters (d) Data inadequate
(c) Doctrine of Pith and Substance 148. Monty bought an article with 30 percent
(d) Doctrine of Colourable Legislation concession on the labelled price. He sold it for
138. Justice must not only be done but also appear to 1,820 with 30 percent profit on the labelled price.
be done and may I add, must be paid for being At what price did he buy the article?
done. Who is the author of this statement? (a) Rs.1,274 (b) Rs.980
(a) Robert F. Kennedy (c) Rs.1,456 (d) Rs.1,092
(b) Salmond 149. The average age of 25 boys in a class is 16 years. If
(c) Taylor the ages of two teachers are added, the average
(d) Henry Cecil increases by one. What is the sum of the ages of
139. The registration of marriages made compulsory by these two teachers?
the Honble Supreme Court in (a) 68 years (b) 59 years
(a) Nalini Vs. State of TN (c) 49 years (d) 64 years
(b) Sukumari Vs. State 150. A can do a work in 6 days and B in 9 days. How
(c) Seema Vs. Ashwani Kumar many days will both take together to complete the
(d) None of the above work?
140. Who among the following wrote the descenting (a) 7.5 (b) 5.4
judgment in Fundamental Rights case during (c) 3.6 (d) 3
(a) Justice H.R. Khanna SECTION - W: LOGICAL REASONING (15 1-175)
(b) Justice Ahmedi Instructions (151-155): In each question below is given a
(c) Justice A.N. Ray passage foll0wed by some inferences. You have to
(d) Justice V.R. Krishnaiyer examine each inference separately in the context of the
passage and decide upon its degree of truth or falsity.
150) (a) if you think the inference is definitely true,
141. Sanjay wants to reach the Railway Station at 10.00 (b) if you think the inference is probably true
am. The station is 10 km away from his house. If though not definitely true in the light of the
Satish walks at the speed of 4 km/hour at what time facts given;
should he start from his home? (c) if the data given it inadequate i.e., from the
(a) 7.00 am (b) 7.30 am facts given you cannot say whether the
(c) 7.45 am (d) 8.00 am inference is likely to be
142. Piyush gave one-fourth of his money to Suyash. true or false,
Suyash in turn gave one-third of what he received, (d) if you think the inference is probably false
to Jayesh. If the difference between the amount of though not definitely false in the light of the
Suyash and Jayesh is 100, how much money did facts given; and
Piyush have? (e) if the inference is definitely false i.e., it
(a) 450 (b) 600 contradicts the given facts.
Passage: Ten coins are distributed among four people P, Q R, S
India and other developing countries while expressing such that one of them gets one coin, another gets two
their commitment to the up gradation of labour standards coins, the third gets three coins and the fourth gets four
have been resisting the move to link international trade coins. It is known that Q gets more coins than P, and S
not only with labour standards but also with gets fewer coins than R.
environmental concerns and human rights. The move 161. If the number of coins distributed to Q is twice the
was set a foot on the successful inclusion of a social number distributed to P then which one of the following
clause in the World Trade Organisation (WTO), which is necessarily true?
succeeds GATE Later on, stiff opposition to the move on (a) R gets an even number of coins
the ground that the matter did not fall in the area of (b) R gets an odd number of coins
trade, a proposal was mooted for the inclusion of a social (c) S gets an even number of coins
clause in ILO. (d) S gets an odd number of coins
151. India has been sidelined on the issue of linking 162. If R gets at least two more coins than S, then
international trade with labour. which one of the following is necessarily true?
152. The efforts of linking international trade with (a) Q gets at least two more coins than S
labour are being carried out by developed
(b) Q gets more coins than P
153. All countries appear committed to the cause of up
(c) P gets more coins than S
gradation of labour standards. (d) P and Q together get at least five coins
154. The Uruguay Round concluded successfully. 163. If Q gets fewer coins than R, then which one
155. India claims that environmental issued and trade of the following is not necessarily true?
are uncorrected. (a) P and Q together get at least four coins
Instructions (156-160): Each question given below is (b) Q and S together get at least four coins
followed by two arguments numbered I and II You (c) R and S together get at least five coins
have to decide which of the arguments is a strong (d) P and R together get at least five coins
argument and which is a weak argument. Choose Instructions (164166): These questions are
answer based on the situation given below
(a) If only argument I is strong,
A young girl Roopa leaves home with X
(b) If only argument II is strong,
(c) If either I or II is strong, flowers and goes to the bank of a nearby river. On
(d) If neither I nor II is strong, and the bank of the river, there are four places of
(e) If both I and II are strong. worship, all in a row. She dips all the X flowers
156. Question: Should computers be used in all possible into the river. The number of flowers doubles. Then
sectors in India? she enters the first place of worship, offers Y
Arguments : I. Yes. It will bring efficiency and flowers to the deity She dips the remaining flowers
accuracy in the work. into the river, and again the number of flowers
II. No. It will be an injustice to the monumental doubles. She goes to the second place of worship,
human resources which are at present offers Z flowers to the deity. She dips the remaining
flowers into the river, and again the number of
157. Question: Should military service be made
compulsory in our country?
flowers doubles. She goes to the third place of
Arguments : I. No, it is against the policy of non worship, offers P flowers to the deity. She dips the
violence. remaining flowers into the river, and again the
II. Yes, every citizen should protect his country. number of flowers doubles. She goes to the fourth
158. Question : Should the stake in Sick Public Sector place of worship, offers Q flowers to the deity. Now
Undertakings be sold to private companies? she is left with no flowers in hand.
Arguments : I. Yes, it would bring huge revenues to 164. If Roopa leaves home with 30 flowers, the
the Government. number of flowers she offers to each deity is
II. No, it would be allowing foreign encroachment
on Indian PSUs. (a) 30 (b) 31
159. Question : Should there be an income tax on
(c) 32 (d) 33
agricultural income also?
Arguments : I. Yes, it would increase the 165. The minimum number of flowers that could be
Government revenue. offered to each deity is
II. No, most of the agriculturists are poor. (a) 0 (b) 15
160. Question: Should there be student union in college! (c) 16 (d) Cannot be determined
university? 166. The minimum number of flowers with which
Arguments : I. No. This will create a political Roopa leaves home is
atmosphere in the campus. (a) 16 (b) 15
II. Yes. It is very necessary. Students are the future (c) 0 (d) Cannot be determined
political leaders. Instructions (167168): These questions are
based on the situation given below
Instructions (161-163): These questions are based on
the situation given below
A, B, C, D, E and F are a group of friends 173. Statements Some fools are intelligent.
from a club. There are two housewives, one Some intelligent are great.
lecturer, one architect, one accountant and one Conclusions: I. Some fools are great.
lawyer in the group. There are two married couples II. All great are intelligent.
in the group. The lawyer is married to D who is a 174. Statements Sohan is a good sportsman.
housewife. No lady in the group is either an Sportsmen are healthy.
architect or an accountant. C, the accountant, is Conclusions: I. All healthy persons are
married to F who is a lecturer. A is married to D sportsmen.
and E is not a housewife. II. Sohan is healthy.
167. What is E? 175. Statements: Some players are singers.
(a) Lawyer (b) Architect All singers are tall.
(c) Lecturer (d) Accountant Conclusions: I. Some players are tall.
168. How many members of the group are male? II. All players are tall.
(a) 2 (b) 3
(c) 4 (d) None of the above SECTION - V: LEGAL REASONING
Instructions (1 691 70): These questions are PART-A
based on the situation given below Instructions: Each question contains some basic
Seven university cricket players are to be principles and fact situation in which these basic
honored at a special luncheon. The players will be principles have to be applied. A list of probable
seated on the dais along one side of a single decisions and reasons are given.
rectangular table. You have to choose a decision with reasons.
A and G have to leave the luncheon early and Marks: Each question carries 3 (three) marks.
must be seated at the extreme right end of the (Total 30 marks)
table, which is closest to the exit. Directions (176-185): Qs1 to Qs10: Each
B will receive the Man of the Match award question is based on the application of principles on
and must be in the center chair. the given facts. Read the facts carefully, apply the
C and D who are bitter rivals for the position given principle on the facts and select the most
of wicket keeper, dislike one another and appropriate answer out of the four choices given
should be seated as far apart as possible. under each question.
E and F are best friends and want to sit 176. FACTS: A school bus driver, after dropping
together. all the children home, stopped in a roadside
169. Which of the following may not be seated at restaurant for having lunch. While he was
either end of the table? having lunch, the conductor of the bus, did not
(a) C (b) D have a driving license, drove the bus in order
(c) G (d) F to turn it. While turning the bus he caused an
170. Which of the following pairs may not be accident whereby a small boy, a restaurant
seated together? owners son, was injured. Restaurant owner
(a) E & A (b) B & D brought a suit against school authorities.
(c) C & F (d) G & D PRINCIPLE: For every legally authorized
Directions (171-175) : In each of these questions, act of the servant, the master is liable provided
there are two statements 1 and 2 followed by two that the act falls within the course of
conclusions numbered I and II Decide which oft employment when either the master has
given conclusions logically follow from the two authorized the same or it is a wrongful mode
given statements, disregarding commonly known of doing some authorized act.
facts. (a) Restaurant owners suit against school
Mark (a) if only conclusion I follow. will fail.
Mark (b) if only conclusion II follows. (b) School authorities are to be held liable as
Mark (c) if either I or II follows. conductor is an employee of the school.
Mark (d) if neither I nor II follows. (c) School authorities are liable since the
Mark (e) if both I and II follow. driver and conductor had finished the task
171. Statements : All birds are tall. of leaving children, a task for which they
Some tall are hens. were authorized by the school authorities.
Conclusions: I. Some birds are hens. (d) None of the above.
II. Some hens are tall. 177. FACTS: A, lives in a remote colony of Delhi.
172. Statements : All tubes are handles. He has been running a cyber cafe there
All cups are handles. offering internet services for more than five
Conclusions: I. All cups are tubes. years. Being the only shop of this kind in the
II. Some handles arc not cups. area he has been making good profit. B,
opened a coffee shop in the neighborhood and (b) Mrs. Vadhera will not succeed because
provided internet access to his customers as a Mr. Gemini is justified in shooting the
result internet business of A, is affected and he dog.
starts suffering losses. After sometime A, has (c) Mrs. Vadhera will not succeed because
to close his business. Mr. Gemini took the action to protect him
A, wants to bring a suit against, B for causing as well as many other members of public
him loss of business. in future.
PRINCIPLE: The mere fact that a man is (d) Mrs. Vadhera will succeed because she
injured by anothers act gives in itself no lost her precious dog.
cause of action; if the act is deliberate, the 180. FACTS: Mr. Anil and Mrs. Seema Shah
party injured will have no claim in law even purchased bus tickets from a private bus
though the act is intentional, so long as the company for a journey from Rainagar to
other party is exercising a legal right. Baruch via Amreli. The bus driver, by mistake,
(a) A, can bring an action against B, for legal took them in a wrong direction and dropped
remedy. them at a distance of 3 miles from Amreli on
(b) B, will be liable to restore As business. the state highway. Mr. and Mrs. Shah had to
(c) A, has no cause of action against B. walk the distance of 3 miles as there was no
(d) B, can be ordered to stop providing mode of transport available and it was
internet services to his customers. midnight.
178. FACTS: Amit, while rushing to board a Mr. and Mrs. Shah filed a suit against the bus
moving train at a station pushed Anil who was company and claimed 2,500/ as damages for
walking along with a heavy load, containing inconvenience suffered for walking and
fire crackers, the push resulted in slipping of 5,000/in respect of Mrs. Seema Shahs
the load from Anils hand. The crackers catching cold during that night.
exploded, injuring a boy, Sumit standing PRINCIPLE: For a breach of contract,
nearby. Sumit filed a suit against Amit compensation can be claimed for the personal
claiming damages. inconvenience suffered by a party by reason of
PRINCIPLE: Everybody is under a legal the breach, which naturally arose in the usual
obligation to take reasonable care in order not course of things from such breach, or which
to injure by an act or omission his neighbour, the parties knew, when they made the contract
which he may foresee. The neighbour for this to be likely to result from the breach of the
purpose is a person who is likely to be affected contract.
by the act or the omission. (a) The bus company is liable to pay both the
(a) Amit is not liable, because Sumit is not his amounts claimed because the loss was
neighbour. suffered by Mr. And Mrs. Shah for no
(b) Amit is not liable, because Anil should not fault of theirs.
be carrying load of crackers on a Railway (b) The bus company is liable to pay
station. Rs.2,500/ only.
(c) Arnit is liable, because he pushed Anil. (c) The bus company is not liable to pay
(d) Amit is liable because he was running. anything.
179. FACTS: Mr. Gemini was passing by Mrs. (d) The bus company is not liable as there
Vadheras house. At that time, Mrs. Vadheras was no breach of contract.
dog ran out and bit Mr. Geminis overcoat. Mr. 181. FACTS: A, a patient of B, a doctor, is
Gemini turned around and shot at the dog dissatisfied with Bs treatment. He
however, the dog ran away. While the dog was discontinues the treatment and after sometime
far away from Mr. Gemini, Mr. Gemini shot leaves the city. Later on his illness was
the dog dead as he believed that the dog had automatically cured. A was upset because B
bitten other persons in the locality. Mrs. had made him spend a lot of money on his
Vadhera filed a suit for damages as her dog illness. A writes a letter accusing B, for
was of a rare breed and worth Rs.5000/-. cheating. He alleges that B magnified the
PRINCIPLE: Every person has a right to effects of his illness, deliberately treated him
defend his own person, property or possession in a manner so that it persisted and also caused
against an immediate harm, and to that end, deterioration of his health. B shows this letter
may use reasonable amount of force. to his lawyer. In consultation with his lawyer
(a) Mrs. Vadhera will succeed because Mr. B files a suit for damages against A for
Gemini killed the dog as his right of defamation.
private defence has elapsed. PRINCIPLE 1: A person defames another if
he states anything, which exposes the other to
hatred or ridicule or results in, him being sour and both countries snapped business ties
shunned by others, or injures him in his trade, soon after
business or profession. Rakesh agreed to supply almonds to Vimlesh.
PRINCIPLE 2: To commit defamation, there Rakesh did not deliver almonds to Vimlesh
must be communication of defamatory because he mostly procured almonds from
statement to a third party. Pakistan, which were comparatively cheaper.
(a) A has defamed B and is liable to pay When asked by Vimlesh, Rakesh said that due
compensation. to no trade and war like conditions between
(b) A has defamed B when the letter was read Indian and Pakistan he is not in a position to
by the lawyer and therefore the supply him almonds. Vimlesh files a suit for
compensation has to be paid. breach of contract.
(c) A has not defamed B. PRINCIPLE: When due to natural disaster or
(d) A has defamed B by writing such a letter war it becomes impossible to perform a
to him. contract, non- performance of such contract
182. FACTS: A and B were thieves engaged in shall not make either of the parties liable for
stealing cars and other vehicles. One day they breach of contract but this does not include
stole a car and while driving through a city commercial impossibility.
they engaged a driver to drive them through (a) Vimlesh will succeed
the city as they did not know the route inside (b) Rakesh will succeed
the city. As the indicator lamp of the car was (c) None of them will succeed
not working and the thieves were unaware of (d) Both of them will partially succeed
this, they had not told about it to the driver 185. FACTS: GSK a pharmaceutical company has
due to which another car belonging to X was reasons to believe that an existing patent of
damaged and his driver suffered injuries. X Pfizer company is erroneous thus it starts
and his driver file a suit for damages against A manufacturing the medicine on which the so
and B. called erroneous patent of Pfizer exists. Pfizer
PRINCIPLE: A right of action cannot arise filed a suit for stopping GSK from
out of an illegal activity manufacturing the medicine and also for treble
(a) X and his driver would lose, because he damages. The court finds the patent valid.
was injured by a stolen car. PRINCIPLE: A willful infringement of
(b) X and his driver would win, because they patent where the infringing acts were
were not a party to the stealing. committed without concern for the rights of
(c) X and his driver would win, because their the patentee or without a good faith belief will
car was illegally hit. result in treble damages to be paid by infringer
(d) None of the above. to the patentee.
183. FACTS: A promises B to discover a treasure (a) GSK will have to pay treble damages only
trove by magic, if B pays him Rs.500. B being (b) GSK will have to pay ordinary damages
aware of the fact that A is a magician agrees to (c) GSK will have to pay no damages but stop
the same and pays him Rs.500. But to Bs manufacturing the medicine
dismay no treasure trove was discovered. B (d) GSK will pay damages but not treble
files a suit for breach of contract and to damages and also stop manufacturing the
recover Rs.500. medicine
PRINCIPLE: An agreement to do act PART-B
impossible in itself is void. Instructions (186-190): From the four answers
(a) Bs suit will fail. given, shade the appropriate answer in the space
(b) B would recover Rs.500. provided for it on the OMR answer sheet.
(c) B would recover Rs.500 only if he has Marks: Each question carries 2 (two) marks. (10
suffered some loss. marks)
(d) A shall be required to discover treasure 186. All offences are punishable. Some offences
trove by magic otherwise he would be liable are punishable with imprisonment. Which of
for breach of contract. the following derivation is correct?
184. FACTS: Rakesh is a merchant based in (a) All offences are punishable with
Kolkata dealing in almonds, which he imprisonment
procures from Indian as well as foreign (b) Some offences are punishable with fine
markets. Vimlesh enters into a contract with only
Rakesh for supply of 500 kilograms of (c) No offences are punishable with
almonds at the rate of 400 per kilogram. The imprisonment
relations between India and Pakistan turned (d) No offences are punishable with fine only
187. Muslim marriage is a contract. Hindu or signature, or impressions of his thumb,
marriage is a sacrament. fingers, palm or foot to the investigating
(a) All marriages are contracts officer or under orders of a court for the
(b) Marriage ceremony is compulsory in purposes of comparison
Muslim law (c) An accused has right to give or not to give
(c) Marriage ceremony is compulsory in sample of his hair or blood for purpose of
hindu law identification
(d) Proposal and acceptance are not necessary (d) B and C are correct
in Muslim law 190. Article 19(1) (g) guarantees Freedom to
188. A Member of Parliament enjoys certain practice any profession or to carry on any
privileges under the constitution of India. But occupation, trade or business on which the
they are not absolute. State may impose reasonable restrictions in
(a) A Member of Parliament cannot be the interest of the general public. Thus, there
prosecuted is no right to carry on a business which is
(b) A Member of Parliament can be dangerous or immoral. Also, professional or
prosecuted technical qualifications may be prescribed for
(c) A member of parliament has immunity practicing any profession or carrying on any
from all civil and criminal proceedings trade. Article 14 guarantees equality before
(d) None of the above are correct law.
189. Right against self incrimination is guaranteed (a) A women cannot be allowed to work in
under Article 21 of the Constitution of India. premises where liquor or intoxicating drug
No person accused of any offence shall be is consumed by the public
compelled to be a witness against himself. (b) A citizen has the freedom to choose ones
(a) An accused cannot be interrogated by the profession or occupation
police and only witnesses can be (c) A man under 25 years cannot be allowed
interrogated to work in premises where liquor or
(b) There is no infringement of Art. 20(3) of intoxicating drug is consumed by the
the Constitution in compelling an accused public.
person to give his specimen handwriting (d) None of the above are correct
1 (d) 42 (d) 83 (c) 124 (c) 165 (c)
2 (d) 43 (c) 84 (a) 125 (c) 166 (b)
3 (d) 44 (d) 85 (d) 126 (a) 167 (b)
4 (b) 45 (b) 86 (a) 127 (b) 168 (b)
5 (d) 46 (d) 87 (c) 128 (b) 169 (d)
6 (d) 47 (c) 88 (c) 129 (d) 170 (a)
7 (a) 48 (b) 89 (d) 130 (b) 171 (b)
8 (b) 49 (a) 90 (b) 131 (a) 172 (d)
9 (c) 50 (a) 91 (d) 132 (a) 173 (d)
10 (a) 51 (b) 92 (d) 133 (b) 174 (b)
11 (d) 52 (d) 93 (a) 134 (a) 175 (a)
12 (c) 53 (b) 94 (c) 135 (a) 176 (b)
13 (a) 54 (b) 95 (a) 136 (c) 177 (c)
14 (b) 55 (d) 96 (c) 137 (c) 178 (c)
15 (a) 56 (d) 97 (c) 138 (d) 179 (b)
16 (b) 57 (d) 98 (d) 139 (c) 180 (a)
17 (c) 58 (b) 99 (d) 140 (a) 181 (c)
18 (b) 59 (b) 100 (d) 141 (b) 182 (b)
19 (c) 60 (a) 101 (c) 142 (b) 183 (a)
20 (c) 61 (a) 102 (b) 143 (d) 184 (a)
21 (c) 62 (a) 103 (a) 144 (d) 185 (a)
22 (b) 63 (b) 104 (a) 145 (c) 186 (b)
23 (a) 64 (b) 105 (d) 146 (a) 187 (c)
24 (c) 65 (c) 106 (a) 147 (c) 188 (b)
25 (b) 66 (b) 107 (a) 148 (b) 189 (d)
26 (a) 67 (a) 108 (d) 149 (b) 190 (b)
27 (d) 68 (c) 109 (d) 150 (c)
28 (b) 69 (b) 110 (a) 151 (e)
29 (a) 70 (a) 111 (b) 152 (e)
30 (c) 71 (d) 112 (c) 153 (a)
31 (c) 72 (c) 113 (b) 154 (c)
32 (d) 73 (a) 114 (a) 155 (b)
33 (b) 74 (c) 115 (c) 156 (a)
34 (e) 75 (c) 116 (a) 157 (d)
35 (a) 76 (a) 117 (c) 158 (a)
36 (b) 77 (d) 118 (d) 159 (a)
37 (c) 78 (d) 119 (c) 160 (e)
38 (a) 79 (a) 120 (d) 161 (d)
39 (c) 80 (c) 121 (d) 162 (b)
40 (a) 81 (b) 122 (b) 163 (a)
41 (b) 82 (c) 123 (c) 164 (c)