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Part-I : General Intelligence and Reasoning


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Kkkk

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Directions (1 3) : In each of the following 9. The difference between a mother's age and
questions, select the related letter/word/ the sum of her two daughter's age is 8 years.
number from the given alternatives. If the age of mother is 44 years, then find
funsZ'k (1 & 3) % fuEu izR;sd iz'u esa fn, x, fodYiksa esa lsthe average age of her two daughters?
lEcfU/r v{kj@'kCn@la[;k dks pqfu,A ekrk dh vk;q rFkk mldh nks iqf=k;ksa dh vk;q osQ ;ksx dk varj
1. World Bank : Washington :: ? : ? 8 o"kZ gSA ;fn ekrk dh
44vk;q
o"kZ gS] rks mldh nks iqf=k;ksa
fo'o cSad % okf'kaxVu \%% \ % dh vkSlr vk;q Kkr dhft,\
(A) International Monetary Fund : New
(A) 22 years/o"kZ (B) 18 years/o"kZ
York/varjkZ"Vh; eqnzk dks"k % U;w;kWoZQ
(B) International Monetary Fund : (C) 20 years/o"kZ (D) cannot determine/
Washington/varjkZ"Vh; eqnzk dks"k % okf'kaxVu Kkr ugha dj ldrsA
(C) International Monetary Fund : Europe/ 10. If P + Q means P is the father of Q, P Q
means P is the wife of Q, P Q means P is
varjkZ"Vh; eqnzk dks"k % ;wjksi

s
the brother of Q and P Q means P is the
(D) International Monetary Fund : London/ daughter of Q. Then M + G C S

u
varjkZ"Vh; eqnzk dks"k % yanu ;fn P + Q dk vFkZ P, Q dk firk gS]P Q dk vFkZ
P , Q dh iRuh gS]
P Q dk vFkZP, Q dk HkkbZ gS rFkk

p
2. 26 : 65 :: 170 : ?
(A) 427 (B) 420 P Q dk vFkZP, Q dh iq=kh gSAM+ rks
GCS
(C) 424 (D) 257 (A) M is the grandfather of S/M, S dk nknk gSA

(A) OKGC
(C) WUSQ
m
3. ILOR : OKGC :: ABKD : ?

a
(B) WSUQ
(D) WUKQ
(B) S is the wife of M/S, M dh iRuh gSA
(C) C is the son of G/C, G dk iq=k gSA
(D) None of these/buesa ls dksbZ ugha

C
Directions (4 6) : Find the odd word/letters/ Directions (11-13) : In the following questions,
numbe r pa ir/number from the given a series is given with one terms missing.
alternatives. Choose the correct alternative from the given

D
ones that will complete the series:
funsZ'k (4 & 6)% fn;s x, fodYiksa esa ls fo"ke 'kCn@v{kj@la[;k
funsZ'k
(11-13) % fuEufyf[kr iz'uksa esa] ,d vuqe fn;k x;k
;qXe@la[;k dks pqfu,A
4.

5.

6.
K
(A) Ankara/vadkjk (B) Bangkok/cSadkd
(C) Thailand/FkkbySaM
(A) (9 79)
(C) (17 288)
(A) CPA
(D) Doha/nksgk
(B) (13 167)
(D) (15 223)
(B) REB
gS ftlesa ,d in yqIr gSA fn, x, fodYiksa esa ls og lgh
fodYi pqfu, tks vuqe dks iwjk djsaA
11.
1000, 600, 700, ?
(A) 1400
(C) 1000
12. 1.125, 4.25, 10.5, ?
(A) 21
(B) 2100
(D) 1500

(B) 22
(C) QUD (D) AOT
(C) 23 (D) 25
7. Arrange the given words in Alphabetical 13. 9, 16, 28, ?
Order and choose the alternative word that (A) 54 (B) 52
comes in middle. (C) 56 (D) 50
fn, x, 'kCnksa dks o.kZekyk ds vuqlkj O;ofLFkr djsaRahul
14. vkSj walks 30m towards East. Then he
e; esa vkus okys 'kCn dk p;u djasA turns to left and walks 20m. Again he turns
(1) Administracion (2) Admin to right and walks 20m. Finally he turns to
left and walks 30m. How far and in which
(3) Adminiculum (4) Administer
direction is he from his initial point.
(5) Admissible
jkgqy30 ehVj iwoZ dh rjiQ pyrk gSA og ck,a eqM+rk gS vkSj
(A) Admissible (B) Administracion 20 ehVj pyrk gSA fiQj ls nk,a eqM+rk 20 gS
ehVj
vkSj
(C) Administer (D) Adminiculum pyrk gSA var% esa og ck,a eqM+rk 30 ehVj
gS vkSj
pyrk
8. Choose the correct alternatives from the gSA og vkjfEHkd fcanq ls fdruh nwjh ij gS vkSj fdl fn'kk
given ones that will complete the series. esa gSA
fuEu fodYiksa esa ls lgh fodYi dk p;u djsa tks nh xbZ
(A) 50 m/eh North-West/mkj&if'pe
J`a[kyk dks iwjk djsxkA (B) 50 m/ehNorth-East/mkj&iwoZ
_ c_ d _ a _ ba _ bdc_ _ b
(C) 50 2 m/ehNorth-East/mkj&iwoZ
(A) cabdcad (B) abcddca
(C) cabddac (D) abcdcad (D) 50 2 m/ehSouth-East/nf{k.k&iwoZ

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15. When the following figure is folded to form funsZ'k
(20)% ;gka nks dFku vkSj mlds vkxs nks fu"d"kZ fn,
a cube, who will lie opposite the face x, gSaA vkidks bu dFkuksa dks lR; ekudj fopkj djuk gS pkgs
bearing B? Kkkk os lkekU;r% Kkr rF;ksa ls fHkUu izrhr gksrs gksaA vkidks fu.kZ;
fuEu vkd`fr dks tc ?ku ds :i esa eksM+k tk,xk]
B okysrksdjuk gS fd fn, x, fu"d"kksZ esa ls dkSu lk fu"d"kZ ;fn dksbZ
lrg ds foijhr dkSu gksxk\ KD
gS] lgh ykxw gksrk gSA
A 20. Statements:/dFku%
1. Some Buses are Truck.
B
C D
oqQN clsa Vd gS
2. Some Trucks are Car.
E
F oqQN Vd dkj gSA
Conclusions:/fu"d"kZ%
(A) C (B) D
I. Some Buses are Car.
(C) E (D) F
Direction (16-18) : In question numbers 16 to oqQN clsa dkj gSA
18, select the missing number from the given II. All cars are Truck.
responses. lHkh dkjsa Vd gS
funsZ'k
(16-18) : iz'u la[;k 16 ls 18 esa] fn, x, fodYiksa (A) Both I and II follows
esa lsa foyqIr la[;k pqfu,A fu"d"kZI vkSjII nksuksa vuqlj.k djrs gSA

s
(B) Neither I nor II follows
16. 5 6 9 u rksI u II vuqlj.k djrk gSA
4 7 8
29 55 ?
(A) 106
pu (B) 100
(C) Only conclusion II follows
dsoy fu"d"kZII vuqlj.k djrk gSA
(D) Only conclusion I follows
dsoy fu"d"kZI vuqlj.k djrk gSA

17.
(C) 72
B C K

am (D) 89 21. Which one of the following diagram


represents the correct relationship among
Fruit, Mango and Rose.

C
I D B fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu&lh vko`Qfr iQy] vke rFkk xqykc osQ
R L ? chp lacak dks n'kkZrh gS \

D
(A) Z (B) T (A) (B)
(C) W (D) V
18.

(A) 140
(C) 120
K
86 240 38
72 255 21
36 ? 12
(B) 48
(D) 24
(C) (D)

22. Which of the answer figures is the mirror


image of the given figure ?
19. In the given figure, find the number of dkSu&lh vkfr iz'u vkfr dk niZ.k izfrfcEc gS\
triangles? Question figure:/ iz'u vkfr %
nh xbZ vko`Qfr esa] f=kHkqtksa dh la[;k Kkr djsa\

(A) (B)

(A) 8 (B) 9
(C) 11 (D) 13
Direction (20) : Two statements are given here
which are followed by two conclusions. You (C) (D)
have to consider the two statements to be true
even if they seem to be at variance from
commonly known facts. You have to decide
which of the given conclusions, if any, follow
from the given statements.

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23. Which answer figure will complete the 25. A piece of paper is folded and punched as
pattern in the following question figure?
shown below in question figure. From the
dkSu&lh mkj&vkd`fr iz'u&vkd`fr ds Kkkk
izfr:i dks iwjk
given answer figures, indicate how it will
djsxh\
appear when opened.
Question figure/iz'u vko`Qfr % KD

iz'u vko`Qfr esa fn[kk, vuqlkj dkxt+ dks eksM+dj Nsn djus
* $ * rFkk [kksyus osQ ckn fdl mkj vko`Qfr tSlk fn[kkbZ nsxk\
* $ *
*$
*
cut
(A) (B)
*$ *
* * $

(C) $ (D)
* *
* * $ (A) (B)
24. From the given answer figures, select the
one in which the question figure is hidden/

s
embedded.
nh xbZ mkj vkd`fr;ksa esa ls ml vkd`fr dks pqfu, ftles iz'u
vkd`fr fufgr gSA

pu (C) (D)

(A)

am (B)

(C)

D C (D)

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Part-II : General Awareness


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Kkkk

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26. Palghat Pass connects which of the 32. Best way to conserve our water resources is.
following two states? ty lalkkuksa osQ laj{k.kksa dk lcls vPNk rjhdk gS%
^^iky?kkV njkZ** fuEu esa ls fdu nks jkT;ksa dks tksM+rh gS\
(A) Sustainable water utilization/lrr~ ty
(A) Tamil Nadu-Andhra Pradesh/rfeyukMq&
vkakzizns'k mi;ksfxrk
(B) Kerala-Tamil Nadu/osQjy& rfeyukMq (B) Encouragement of natural regeneration
(C) Kerala- Karnataka/osQjy & dukZVd of vegetation/izko`Qfrd ouLifr dk iquZtuu dks
(D) Karnataka-Tamil Nadu/dukZVd & rfeyukMq izksRlkfgr djuk
27. Who has won the 2017 Man Booker (C) Rain water harvesting/o"kkZ osQ ty dk laxzgj.k
International Prize?
(D) All of these/mijksDr lHkh
2017 dk eSu cqdj varjkZ"Vh; iqjLdkj fdlus thrk gS\
33. Hasen clever process is the commercial
(A) Ian Sansom/b;ku lSule
process of which agent?
(B) David Grossman/MsfoM+ xzksleSu

s
^^gsUT+k Dysoj fofk** fdl ?kVd dh okf.kfT;d fofk gS\
(C) Roy Jacobsen/jkW; tSdclsu
(A) Bleaching powder/Cyhfpax ikmQMj

u
(D) Han Kang/gSu dkax
28. Who said Indian Constitution is the (B) Caustic soda/dkWfLVd lksMk

mp
heaven of the Lawyers Paradise?
^^Hkkjrh; lafokku odhyksa dk LoxZ gS** fdlus dgk(D)
(A) Ivor Jennings/boksj tsfuaXl
(B) Dr. B.R. Ambedkar/MkW- ch-vkj- vEcsMdj
(C) Sulphuric acid/lY;wfjd vEy
Fkk\Nitric acid/ukbfVd vEy
34. The frequency of direct current is.

a
fn"V kkjk dh vko`fr gksrh gSA
(C) T. S. Thakur/Vh- ,l BkoqQj
(A) Zero/'kwU; (B) 50 Hz/50 gV~Zt

C
(D) Raghuram Rajan/j?kqjke jktu
29. Gross Domestic Product is calculated by (C) 60 Hz/60 gV~Zt(D) 100 Hz/100 gV~Zt
ldy ?kjsyq mRikn dk vkadyu djus okyh laLFkk35. gS Which state government has launched

dk;Zy;D
(A) RBI/Hkkjrh; fjT+koZ cSad
(B) Central Statistical Office/osQnzh; lkaf[;dh

K
(C) National Statistical Commission/jk"Vh;
lkaf[;dh vk;ksx
(D) Ministry of Finance/fok ea=kky;
Pashu Bazar website for online cattle sale?
vkWuykbu i'kq fcozQh osQ fy, fdl jkT; ljdkj us i'kq
cktkj dh 'kq:vkr dh gS\
(A) Andhra Pradesh/vkakzizns'k
(B) Goa/xksok
(C) Mizoram/fetksje
30. Who has become the first Indian woman
to be elected as judge of the International (D) Telangana/rsyaxkuk
Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS)? 36. The Black Hole event was sensationalized
leqnz dh dkuwu O;oLFkk osQ fy, varjkZ"Vh; fVC;wuy osQ
by whom?
U;k;kkh'k osQ :i esa fdl igyh Hkkjrh; efgyk dks pquk
dky dksBjh ^CySd gksy* ?kVuk dks fdlus luluh[kst cuk
x;k gS\ fn;k Fkk\
(A) Nirmila Randhawa/fueZyk jakkok
(A) Verelest/osjsysLV
(B) Aniruddha Rajput/vfu: jktiwr
(B) Holwell/gkWyosy
(C) Neeru Chadha/uh: pM~Mk
(D) Nidhi Bhandari/fufk HkaMkjh (C) Elizabeth II/,fytkcsFk f}rh;
31. Nathuram Godse The Story of an (D) Watson/okWVlu
Assassin was released on 30 January 37. Which among the following is a folk dance
2016. It is authored by of India?
^^ukFkqjke
xksMls&,d gR;kjs dh dgkuh** dk yksdkiZ.k 30 fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu&lk Hkkjrh; yksdu`R; gS\
tuojh 2016 dks fd;k x;k FkkA ;g fdlosQ }kjk fy[kh xbZ gS\
(A) Manipuri/ef.kiqjh
(A) Arundhati Roy/v:akfr jk;
(B) Garba/xjck
(B) Damodar Naik/nkeksnj uk;d
(C) Anup Ashok Sardesai/vuwi v'kksd ljns'kkbZ (C) Mohiniyattam/eksfguh&vV~Ve
(D) Jagdish Natwarlal Bhagwati/ txnh'k (D) Kathakali/dFkdyh
uVojyky Hkkjrh
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38. A writ issued by the judiciary enjoining 44. Who was the Governor at the time of
upon the executive to do what it should suppression of the Pindaris?
have done within its stipulated powers,Kkkk
is fiMkfjvksa osQ neu osQ le; xouZj dkSu Fkk\
called (A) Lord Wellesley/ykMZ osyslyh
,d ,slh ;kfpdk tks U;k;kikfydk }kjk tkjh dhKDtkrh gS (B) Lord Cornwallis/ykMZ dkuZokfyl
ftlesa dk;Zikfydk ls dgk tkrk fd og dk;Z djs tks mldks (C) Lord Hastings/ykMZ gsfLVXal
iznUr 'kfDr;ksa osQ varxZr djuk pkfg, Fkk] ml fjV (;kfpdk)
(D) Lord Clive/ykMZ Dykbo
dks dgk tkrk gS& 45. The country which tops in the production
(A) Mandamus/ijekns'k of cocoa is______.
(B) Prohibition/fu"ksk dksdksvk osQ mRiknu esa dkSu&lk ns'k lcls vkxs gS\
(C) Quo-warranto/vfkdkj i`PNk (A) Ghana/ ?kkuk
(D) Habeas Corpus/cUnh izR;{khdj.k (B) Brazil/ czkthy
39. Which among the following is the sweetest (C) Ivory Coast/vkbojh dksLV
sugar? (D) Nigeria/ukbthfj;k
fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu&lk lcls ehBk 'koZQjk gS\ The Beaufort scale is used to measure:
46.
(A) Glucose/Xywdkst (B) Fructose/izqQDVkst C;wiQVZ LosQy ls ekik tkrk gS&
(C) Sorbitol/lkWfcZVkWy
(D) Maltose/ekYVkst (A) Atmospheric Pressure/ok;qe.Myh; nkc
(B) Altitudes of mountains /ioZrksa dh mQpkbZ

s
40. All doubts and disputes in connection with
election of the President are inquired into (C) Wind velocity/gok dh xfr

u
and decided by_______. (D) Intensity of earthquakes/HkawoQi dh rhozrk
jk"Vifr osQ pquko osQ lacak esa mBus okys lHkh 47.lansg o fooknksa

p
If the diameter of a capillary is doubled,
dh tkp iM+rky o fu.kZ; fdlosQ }kjk fd, tkrs gS\ then the rise of water in it will be
(A) The Election Commission/pquko vk;ksx ;fn ,d osQf'kdk osQ O;kl dks nqxquk fd;k tk,] rks mlosQ

am
(B) The Supreme Court/loksZPPk U;k;ky;
(C) The Parliament/laln
(D) Prime Minister/izkkuea=kh
Hkhrj osQ ikuh dk mBko gksxk&
(A) Two times/nksxquk
(B) Three times/rhu xq.kk

C
41. What is the net charge on Calcium (C) Half/vkkk
fluoride? (D) No change/dksbZ cnyko ugha gksxk

D
oSQfY'k;e DyksjkbM ij oqQy fdruk vkos'k gksrk 48.gS\The polymerization of which of the following
is used in manufacturing of polythene in
(A) 1+ (B) 1-

K
industry?
(C) 0 (D) 2-
42. Which one of the following is Labour in m|ksx esa ikWfyFkhu dk fuekZ.k fdlosQ cgqyhdj.k
Economics? (ikWfyesjkbts'ku) }kjk fd;k tkrk gS\
og Soda-lime glass/lksMk ykbe dkp
fuEufyf[kr esa ls ,d vFkZ'kkL=k esa ^Jfed* dgykrk gS](A)
gksrk gS& (B) Ethylene/,fFkyhu
(A) A musician performing for a benefit (C) Acetylene/,lhfVyhu
fund /dksbZ laxhrK tks fdlh lqfokk&fukh osQ(D) fy, Styrene/LVkbjhu
dk;ZozQe esa Hkkx ys jgk gksA 49. An indifference curve measures the same
(B) A Painter working for his own level of_________.
osQ fy,mnklhurk oozQ
pleasure/dksbZ fp=kdkj tks viuh [kq'kh _________ osQ lkeku Lrj dks ekirk gSA
(A) Output from two factors/nks dkjdks osQ mRikn
dk;Z dj jgk gksA
(B) Satisfaction from two commodities/nks
(C) Reading a book as a hobby/'kkSd osQ rkSj ij
oLrqvksa ls izkIr larqf"V
iqLrd i<+us okykA (C) Satisfaction form Income and Capital/
(D) A mother teaching her own son/vius iq=k vk; vkSj iwath ls izkIr larqf"V
dks i<+kus okyh ekrkA (D) Satisfaction from expenditure and
43. The worlds largest refinery and savings./O;; rFkk cpr ls izkIr gksus okyh larqf"V
petrochemical complex will be set up in 50. The Battle of Ten Kings was fought on the
which Indian state? bank of which one of the following rivers?
nqfu;k dh lcls cM+h fjiQkbujh vkSj isVksosQfedy dkEiysDl
nl jktkvksa dk ;q fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdl unh osQ rV ij
fdl Hkkjrh; jkT; esa LFkkfir fd;k tk,xk\ yM+k x;k Fkk\
(A) Uttar Pradesh/mkj izns'k (A) Parushni/iq:".kh
(B) Maharashtra/egkjk"V (B) Gangaa/xaxk
(C) Bihar/fcgkj (C) Markanda/ekjdaMk
(D) Jharkhand/>kj[kaM (D) Beas/C;kl
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Part-III : Quantitative Aptitude


Hkkx& III : ek=kkRed vfHk{kerk
Kkkk

KD

51. If sin + cos = 55. In a examination, the average marks of


7 ,then find the value of
class A is 83, the average marks of class B
tan + cot ? is 76 and the average marks of class C is
;fn sin + cos = 7 gS] rks
tan + cot dk 85. The average marks of class A and B is
79 and the average marks of class B and C
eku Kkr dhft,\ is 81. Then the average marks of classes
1 A, B and C is-
(A) 3 (B)
3 ,d ijh{kk esa] d{kk
A osQ vkSlr vad
83 gS] d{kk
B osQ
vkSlr vad76 gS vkSj d{kk
C osQ vkSlr vad
85 gSA d{kk
(C) 3 (D) 2
A rFkkB osQ vkSLkr 79vadgS vkSj d{kk
B rFkkC osQ
52. A bought an article and spent `110 on its
vkSlr vad81 gSA rks d{kk,a
A, B rFkk
C osQ vkSlr vad
repairing. Then A sold it to B at a profit of
gksxsa\

s
2 (A) 80 (B) 81
20% and B sold it to C at a loss of 16 %

u
3 (C) 81.5 (D) 80.5
Finally C sold it to D for `1600 at a profit of

p
28%. Find the cost price of article for A? 8
56. The simple interest on a sum is of the
25
A us ,d oLrq dks [kjhnk vkSj mldh ejEer ij`110
mlus

m
sum. If the number of years is numerically
[kpZ fd,A rks
A us mls
B dks20% osQ ykHk ij cspk vkSj half the rate percent per annum, then the

a 2 rate percent per annum is:


B us mls
C dks16 % dh gkfu ij cspkA varCesa
us mls

C
3 8
,d jkf'k ij lkkkj.k C;kt jkf'k dk gSA ;fn la[;kRed
D dks`1600 esa cspdj
28% dk ykHk izkIr fd;kA
A osQ 25
fy, oLrq dk ozQ; ewY; Kkr dhft,\ :i ls o"kksZa dh la[;k ij nj izfr o"kZ dh vkkh gS] rks nj
(A)
(C)
53. I n
AB
`1250

K
`1100
D (B) `1140
(D) `890
a trapezium ABCD, AB||CD and
= 3CD. Its diagonals intersect at O. If
1
4
%
izfr o"kZ Kkr dhft,\
(A) 4%

(C) 6 (D) 8%
(B) 5%

the area of AOB is 108cm2, then find the 57. A and B can complete a piece of work in 30
area of COD. and 36 days respectively. They began the
,d leyac ABCD esa] AB||CD vkSjAB = 3CD gSA work together but A leaves after some days
and B finishes the remaining work in 25
blosQ fod.kZ
O ij izfrPNsn djrs gSA ;fn
AOB dk days. After how many days did A leave.
{ks=kiQy
108 lseh2 gS] rc COD dk {ks=kiQy Kkr A rFkkB fdlh dke dks ozQe'k%
30 vkSj36 fnu esa dj
dhft,\ ldrs gSA os nksuksa ,d lkFk dke vkjaHk djrs gS ijUrq oqQN
(A) 36 cm / lseh
2 2
(B) 9 cm / lseh
2 2
fnu osQ ckn
A dk;Z NksM+ nsrk B gS
'ks"k
vkSj
dk;Z25
dksfnu
(C) 27 cm / lseh
2 2
(D) 12 cm2/ lseh2 esa iwjk djrkAgSA
us fdrus fnu osQ ckn dk;Z NksM+k Fkk\
(A) 6 days/fnu (B) 5 days/fnu
54. If a = 2 + 1 and b = 2 1, then the value
(C) 11 days/fnu (D) 10 days/fnu
1 1 58. The LCM and the HCF of two numbers are
of + will be-
a+1 b+1 315 and 21 respectively. If the ratio of the
two numbers is 3 : 5, then find the larger
1 1 number?
;fn a = 2 + 1 vkSjb = 2 1 gS] rks +
a+1 b + 1 nks la[;kvksa dk y-l-i- rFkk e-l-i- ozQe'k%
315 vkSj21
dk eku gksxk& gSA ;fn mudk vuqikr
3 : 5 gS] rks cM+h la[;k Kkr dhft,\
(A) 0 (B) 1 (A) 21 (B) 24
(C) 2 (D) 4 (C) 105 (D) 63
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63. The ratio of the percentage of increase in


1 1
59. If x = a + and y = a , then the price of gold from 2011 to 2012 and 2012 to
a a Kkkk 2013 is
value of (y4 x2 y2 +1) + (x4 x2 y2 1) o"kZ
2011 ls o"kZ 2012 vkSj o"kZ
2012 ls o"kZ
2013 esa
1
KD
lksus dh dherksa esa gqbZ izfr'kr o`f dk vuqikr Kkr dhft,\
1
;fn x = a + vkSj y = a gS] rks (A) 6 : 5 (B) 7 : 5
a a (C) 8 : 5 (D) 9 : 5
(y4 x2 y2 +1) + (x4 x2 y2 1) dk eku Kkr dhft,\ 64. If the radius of a sphere increases by 3m,
(A) 14 (B) 9 then its surface area is increased by 1056
(C) 16 (D) 12 m2. Find the radius of the original sphere?
60. A man starts from a place X and reaches ;fn ,d xksys dh f=kT;k3dks
ehVj c<+k fn;k tkrk gS] rks
1 mldk {ks=kiQy
1056 oxZ ehVj c<+ tkrk gSA okLrfod xksys
the place Y in 7 hours. He travels th of
4 dh f=kT;k Kkr dhft,\
the distance at 15 kmph and the remaining
(A) 15.5 m/eh (B) 12.5 m/eh
distance at 18 kmph. Find the distance?
X ls pyuk vkajHk djrk gS vkSjYLFkku (C) 12 m/eh
,d vkneh LFkku (D) 16 m/eh

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65. A and B invest into a business with capitals
1
ij 7 ?kaVs esa igqprk gSA ogHkkx
nwjh
15 dk
fdeh- izfr in the ratio 5 : 6. At the end of 8 months A

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4 withdraws his capital. They received profit
?kaVk ls rFkk 'ks"k18
nwjh
fdehdks
izfr?kaVk ls r; djrk gSA

p
in the ratio 5 : 9. For how much time B
nwjh Kkr dhft, invested the capital?
(A) 120 km/fdeh- (B) 90 km/fdeh- A rFkkB ,d O;kikj esa jkf'k5 : 6 osQ vuqikr esa fuos'k

am
(C) 100 km/fdeh- (D) 110 km/fdeh-
Directions (61-63) : Given here is a pie chart of
djrs gSA8 eghus osQ varAesa]
gSA mUgkssaus 5 : 9 osQ
viuh jkf'k dks fudky ysrk
ykHkvuqikr esa izkIrBfd;kA
us jkf'k

C
the cost of gold in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013.
Study the chart and answer the following dks fdrus le; osQ fy, fuos'k fd;kA
questions. (A) 6 months/ekg (B) 8 months/ekg
funsZ'k

D
(61 - 63) % ;gk fn, x, ikbZ&pkVZ esa o"kZ 2010] 2011]
2012 vkSj 2013 esa lksus dh dher n'kkZ;h x;h gSA pkVZ dk

K
v;;u djsa rFkk fuEufyf[kr iz'uksa osQ mkj nhft,A

2013
2
(C) 10 months/ekg (D) 12 months/ekg
66. If x cos sin = 1, then the value of
2
x (1+x ) sin .
;fn x cos sin = 1 gS] rks
x2 (1+x2) sin dk
eku D;k gksxk\
2010

135 45
(A) 4 (B) 2
105 75 (C) 1 (D) 0
2012 2011 67. A man can row against the current a
1
61. If the price of gold in 2010 is `22500 per 10 kilometer in 7 minutes and returns the
2
gram, then the price of gold in 2011 per 10 same distance in 4 minutes. Find the ratio
gram is- of his speed to that of the current?
;fn o"kZ2010 esa lksus dh dher
`22500 izfr 10 xzke
1
gS] rks o"kZ
2011 esa lksus dh dher izfr
10 xzke Kkr ,d O;fDr kkjk osQ fo:
7 feuV esa ,d fdyksehVj
2
dhft,\
r; dj ldrk gS vkSj mruh gh nwjh dks okfil
4 feuV esa
(A) `30000 (B) `27000
r; djrk gSA mldh xfr dk kkjk dh xfr ls vuqikr Kkr
(C) `32500 (D) `37500
dhft,\
62. The ratio of the price of the gold in two years
2011 and 2012. (A) 29 : 23
(B) 13 : 4
nks o"kZ
2011 vkSj2012 esa lksus dh dherksa dk vuqikr
(C) 8 : 5
Kkr dhft,\
(D) 23 : 7
(A) 2 : 3 (B) 3 : 7
(C) 3 : 4 (D) 5 : 7
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68. Two pipes can fill an empty tank in 24 72. If x3 3x2 + 3x = 28, then find the value of x?
minutes and 40 minutes respectively and
;fn x3 3x2 + 3x = 28 gS] rks
x dk eku Kkr dhft,\
a third pipe can empty 30 gallons of waterKkkk

per minute. If all the three pipes are open, (A) 0 (B) 1
then the empty tank will get filled in one KD
(C) 3 (D) 4
hour. Find the capacity of the tank (in 73. A solid sphere of radius 3 cm is melted to
gallons)?
from a hollow right circular cylindrical tube
nks ikbZi ,d [kkyh VSad dks24ozQe'k%
feuV rFkk
40 feuV
of length 4cm and external radius 5cm. Find
esa Hkj ldrs gS vkSj ,d rhljk ikbZi
30 xSyu izfr feuV the thickness of the tube.
ls [kkyh dj ldrk gSA ;fn rhuksa ikbZiksa dks ,d lkFk [kksy
3 lseh- f=kT;k okys ,d Bksl xksys dks fi?kykdj ,d [kks[kyk
fn;k tk,] rks [kkyh VSad ,d ?kaVs esa Hkj tk,xkA VSad dh
csyukdkj ikbZi cuk;k tkrk gS ftldh yEckbZ
4 lseh- rFkk
{kerk (xSyu esa) Kkr dhft,\
(A) 540 (B) 570 ckg~; f=kT;k
5 lseh- gSA ikbZi dh eksVkbZ Kkr dhft,\
(C) 600 (D) 650 (A) 4 cm/lseh- (B) 0.5 cm/lseh-
69. Two numbers are such that their difference,
(C) 1 cm/lseh- (D) 1.5 cm/lseh-
their sum and their product are in the ratio
of 1 : 7 : 24. Find the square root of the sum 74. D and E are points on the sides AB and AC

s
of their squares. respectively of ABC such that DE||BC and
nks la[;k,a bl izdkj gS fd muosQ varj] muosQ ;ksx ,oa muosQ

u
AD : DB = 4 : 5. CD and BE intersect each
xq.kuiQy dk vuqikr1 : 7 : 24 gSA muosQ oxksZa osQ ;ksx dk at point F. Find the ratio of the areas
other

(A) 8
(C) 9

mp
oxZewy Kkr dhft,\
(B) 6
(D) 10
of DEF and CBF.
D vkSj
E ABC dh Hkqtk,a ozQe'k%
fcUnq bl izdkj gSDE||BC
fd
AB rFkk
AC ij bl
vkSjAD : DB = 4 : 5

a
70. By selling an article for `21, a man lost such
that the loss percentage was equal to the gSA
CD vkSjBE ,d nwljs dks fcUnq
F ij dkVrs gSA rks

C
cost price. Find the cost price?
DEF vkSj CBF osQ {ks=kiQyksa dk vuqikr Kkr dhft,\
,d oLrq dks`21 esa cspus ij] ,d O;fDr dks gkfu bl
(A) 81 : 16 (B) 16 : 81
izdkj gqbZ fd mldk gkfu izfr'kr ozQ; ewY; osQ cjkcj FkkA

D
ozQ; ewY; Kkr dhft,\
(A) `30

K
(C) A or B/A ;k B
(B) `70
(D) `50
71. Find the area of the region bounded by the
lines 4x + 3y = 12, 8x + 6y = 60, y = 0 and
(C) 4 : 9 (D) 16 : 25
75. If `2420 were divided among A,B and C such
that A : B = 5 : 4 and B : C = 9 : 10, then C
gets.
;fn `2420 dksA,B vkSjC esa bl izdkj forfjr dh xbZ
x = 0? gS fdA : B = 5 : 4 rFkkB : C = 9 : 10 gS] rks
C dks
js[kk,a4x + 3y = 12, 8x + 6y = 60, y = 0 rFkk fdruk izkIr gqvk\
x = 0 }kjk f?kjs gq, Hkkx dk {ks=kiQy Kkr dhft,\
(A) `600 (B) `900
(A) 37.5 unit2/bZdkbZ2
(B) 75 unit2/bZdkbZ
2
(C) `720 (D) `800
(C) 43.5 unit /bZdkbZ
2 2
(D) None of these/
buesa ls dksbZ ugha

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Part - IV (English Language)


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Direction (Qs.76 78): In the following Direction : In Question nos. 85 to 87, four
questions, some part of the sentences have alternatives are given for the Idiom/Phrase in
errors and some are correct. Find out which part bold in below sentences. Choose the alternative
of a sentence has an error and blacken the oval which best expresses the meaning of the Idiom/
[ ] corresponding to the appropriate letter (A), Phrase and mark it in the Answer Sheet.
(B), (C). If a sentence is free from error, blacken 85. Have a derry on someone
the oval corresponding to (D) in the Answer (A) Entirely open and honest toward
Sheet.
someone
76. If I had lots of money (A) / Id give some to
(B) Be prejudiced against someone.
anybody who (B)/asked for it.(C)/ No error.
77. A senior doctor(A) /expressed concern (B)/ (C) Extremely good toward someone
about physicians recommended the vaccine. (D) Dis c o v e r and re v e al d amag ing
(C)/ No error (D) information about someone

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78. He was awarded (A)/with a doctorate degree 86. Knuckle down to something
(B) / for his new invention. (C)/ No error (D) (A) To accept or admit defeat

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Directions (Qs 79-81):The sentences given with (B) To strike to the ground

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the blanks are to be filled with an appropriate (C) To have heard of something
word(s). Four alternatives are suggested for (D) To begin to work seriously
each question . Choose the correct alternative 87. Brown study

m
and indicate it by blackening the appropriate (A) To study sincerely

a
oval in the Answer Sheet. (B) To study uselessly
79. Dont put..............until tomorrow what you
(C) Deep in thought

C
can do today.
(A) up (B) of (D) Practical advantage
(C) on (D) off Direction (Qs. 88 92): In the following questions,

D
80. I have to recite Tagores sonnet. I will be a part of the sentence is underlined. Below are
the..............one to do so in my school. given alternatives to the underlined part at (A),

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(A) solitary
(C) earliest

was..................
(A) out of print
(C) out of order
(B) only
(D) initial
81. I could not buy the book because it

(B) out of sight


(D) out of hand
(B), (C) which may improve the sentence. Choose
the correct alternative. In case no improvement
is needed your answer is (D). Mark your answer in
the Answer sheet
88. Washington DC is by the way a cosmopolitan
city.
Directions : In question no. 82, out of the four (A) by the by (B) by and large
alternatives, choose the word which best
(C) on the large (D) No improvement
expresses the meaning of the given word.
89. She was completely nonplussed by the
82. Solecism
(A) Abuse (B) Landscapes erratic behaviour of her father.
(C) Witty-quip (D) Grammatical error (A) completely plussed
Directions : In question no. 83, out of the four (B) completely no-non plussed
alternatives, choose the word opposite in (C) entirely not nonplussed
meaning to the given word. (D) No improvement
83. Deflate 90. The girl to whom he got married to is an
(A) Defeat (B) Grow actress.
(C) Inflate (D) Reduce (A) got married with (B) got married
Directions : In question nos. 84, four words are (C) got betrothed in (D) No improvement
given in each question, out of which only one 91. George would certainly have attended the
word is spelt correctly/wrongly out of them. Find proceedings ________.
the word spelt correctly/wrongly and mark your
(A) if he didnt get the flat tyre
answer in the Answer Sheet. (B) if his flat tyre hadnt happened
84. (A) Privilege (B) Priviledge (C) had he not had a flat tyre
(C) Privalege (D) Privelge (D) had the tyre not flattened itself
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92. The director of this organization must of war would depend on the various governments.
know___________. Thus he was able to live there without much
(A) money management, selling, and able Kkkk worry though he was a prisoner. But his
to satisfy the stockholders deliberate suppression of worry during the war
KD
(B) how to manage money, selling his product, and as a prisoner did not wholly eradicate his
and be able to satisfy stockholders worries. The fear had gone to his subconscious
(C) how to manage money, sell his product, mind and remained there buried. After the war
and satisfy the stockholders the writer was at home. But whenever a member
(D) money management, selling, the idea of his family was absent he feared all sorts of
of being able to satisfy the stockholders mishap happening to him or her. Moreover, he
Direction (Qs.93 to 96): In the following had a recurring nightmare that he had become
questions, out of the four alternatives, choose a prisoner of war and the war was not going to
the one which can be substituted for the given end. The worries without any real cause here
sentence. were the manifestations of the fears that he had
banished deliberately earlier.
93. Member of a tribe that wanders from place 97. What was the fear of the writer in his
to place with no fixed home.
childhood?
(A) Migrant (B) Nomad

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(C) Wanderer (D) Truant (A) That his parents might drive him out of
94. One who cuts precious stones. home
(A) Lapidist

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(C) Horologist

u (B) Philatelist
(D) Swindeler
95. A medical practitioner qualified to diagnose
and treat skin disorders.
(B) That his parents would die suddenly at
night
(C) That he might fail in the examinations

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(D) That he might be made a prisoner
(A) Dermatologist (B) Rheumatologist
98. Where was the writer when he concluded

a
(C) Urologist (D) Neurosurgeon
96. Control by one country over another area that worry was useless?

C
ans its people. (A) The writer was in Asiatic Turkey
(A) Camaraderie (B) Colonialism (B) The writer was at home

D
(C) Blaxploitation (D) Deterrence (C) The writer was on the war front in
Direction (Q. No- 97 - 100) : In these questions, Mesopotamia

K
A passage is given with 4 question following (D) The writer was in prison
it. Read the passage carefully and choose the
99. What was the recurring nightmare of the
best answer to each question out of the four
alternatives. writer after the war was over?
Worry is a very common thing. Even children (A) He dreamt that he was a prisoner in a
worry as much as grown up people. In his war that was not going to be over
childhood, the writer used to fear that his parents (B) He dreamt that his wife was in hospital
would die suddenly at night. His fear and anxiety (C) He dreamt that a member of his family
was just imaginary. When he was on the war front
had a mishap
in Mesopotamia, the writer came to a certain
conclusion on worrying. He was a subaltern (D) He dreamt he was a prisoner of war in
officer. It was not his duty to plan future actions Asiatic Turkey
of war. He was there only to carry out what the 100. How does a cause of worry trouble us if we
superiors would decide. So it was useless to worry. suppress our worry deliberately?
When he took that stand he slept soundly without (A) Causes of worry trouble us in various
worry. Here, the writer had some real reason to circumstances
worry. But he could get rid of it when he found it
(B) Causes of worry remain in the
was useless to worry. He followed the same
principle when he was a prisoner of war and he subconscious mind and trouble us
was in Asiatic Turkey. There, too, he banished through bad dreams
his worries because nothing of his future (C) Causes of worry cause imaginary
depended on himself. The future of the prisoners anxiety
(D) We cannot take actions cautiously and
carefully

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