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Each Question has four options, only one option is correct. For each correct response four marks will be awarded and for each incorrect response one marks will be deducted.

2.

In Biology

: Q.1

to 90

In Physics

: Q.1

to

45

In Chemistry

: Q.1

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be deducted. 2. In Biology : Q.1 to 90 In Physics : Q.1 to 45 In

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PART - I [BIOLOGY]
PART - I [BIOLOGY]

1. Intercalary meristem is related to all, except

(A)

Present between permanent cells

(B)

Primary meristem

(C)

Increasing the girth of axis

1. vUrfoZ"V foHkT;ksrd fuEu esa ls fdlds vfrfjDr lHkh ls lEcfU/kr gS\

(A)

LFkk;h dksaf'kdkvksa ds e/; mifLFkr jgrk gS

(B)

izkfFkfed foHkT;ksrd gSa

(C) v{k dh eksVkbZ c<+krk gS

(D) Regenerates part of grasses removed by (D) pjkbZ 'kkdHkf{k;ksa }kjk ?kkl ds gVk;s x;s
(D)
Regenerates part of grasses removed by
(D)
pjkbZ 'kkdHkf{k;ksa }kjk ?kkl ds gVk;s x;s Hkkxksa dks
grazing herbivores
iqu:Rikfnr djrk gS
2.
Choose odd one out w.r.t. origin
2. mRifÙk ds lUnHkZ esa ,d fo"ke fodYi dk p;u dhft;sA
(A)
Interfascicular cambium
(A)
vUrjiwyh; ,/kk
(B)
Intercalary meristem
(B)
vUrfoZ"V foHkt;ksrd
(C)
Apical meristem
(C)
'kh"kLFk foHkkT;ksrd
(D)
Intrafascicular cambium
(D)
vUr%iwyh; ,/kk
3.
Find odd one out w.r. t. histogens found in
shoot apex according to Hanstein
3. gSUlVhu ds vuqlkj izjksg 'kh"kZ esa ik;s tkus okys fgLVkstuksa
ds lUnHkZ esa ,d fo"ke fodYi dk p;u dhft;s
(A)
Tunica
(B) Periblem
(A)
V~;wfudk
(B) oYdqVtu
(C)
Plerome
(D) Dermatogen
(C)
jEHktu
(D) Ropktu
4. LFkwydks.k Ård dh fHkfÙk esa ekStwn LFkwyu inkFkZ gS
4.
Thickening material present in wall of
collenchyma is
(A)
isfDVu] lsyqykst] gsehysyqykst
(A)
Pectin, cellulose, hemicellulose
(B)
fyfXuu] lsyqykst] gsehlsyqykst
(B)
Lignin, cellulose, hemicellulose
(C)
gsehlsyqykst] lqcsfju] lsyqykst
(C)
Hemicellulose, suberin, cellulose
(D)
lqcsfju] isfDVu] lsyqykst
(D)
Suberin, pectin, cellulose
5.
Ma jor xylary element in wood o f a
gymnospermic plant is
5. vuko`rchth ikni dh dk"B esa eq[; tkbyeh vo;o gS
(A)
okfgdk
(B) okfgfudk
(A)
Vessel
(B) Tracheid
(C)
tkbye rUrq
(D) tkbye e`nwrd
(C)
Xylem fibre
(D) Xylem parenchyma
6.
Which component is not found in phloem of
angiosperms?
6. vko`Ùkchft;ksa ds ¶yks;e esa dkSu lk ?kVd ugha ik;k tkrk gS\
(A)
,sYcqfeuh dksf'kdk
(B) pkyuh ufydk
(A)
Albuminous cell
(B) Sieve tube
(C)
lgkdksf'kdk;sa
(D) ckLV js'kk
(C)
Companion cells
(D) Bast fibre
7.
Plant tissues are divided into meristeatic and
permanent tissues on which of the following basis?
7. fuEu esa ls fdlds vk/kkj ij ikni Årdksa dks foHkt;ksrdh
o LFkk;h Årdksa es foHkkftr fd;k tkrk gS\

(A) Whether the plant is a dicot or a monocot

(B) Whether the cells being formed are capable of dividing or not

(C)

Position

(D)

Origin

(A)

ikni ds f}chti=h ;k ,dchti=h gksus ij

(B)

foHkktu ds i'pkr~ cuh dksf'kdkvksa esa foHkktu djus esa

leFkZ gksus ;k ugha gksus ij

(C)

fLFkfr ds vk/kkj ij

(D)

mRifÙk ds vk/kkj ij

esa foHkktu djus esa leFkZ gksus ;k ugha gksus ij (C) fLFkfr ds vk/kkj ij (D)

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8. Casparian strips are found on radial and inner walls of

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8. dSLisjh ifV~V;ka fdldh vjh; rFkk vkUrfjd fHkfÙk;ksa ij ik;h tkrh gSa\

(A) Stem endodermis (A) rus dh vUrLRopk (B) Root endodermis (B) tM+ dh vUrLRopk (C)
(A)
Stem endodermis
(A)
rus dh vUrLRopk
(B)
Root endodermis
(B)
tM+ dh vUrLRopk
(C)
Pericycle
(C)
ifjjEHk
(D)
Outer cortex
(D) cká oYdqV
9. Tissues are
9. Ård gSa
(A) Groups of cells which are similar in origin
(A) dksf'kdkvksa ds lewg tks mRifÙk rFkk dk;Z esa leku gksrs
and function
gSa
(B) Groups of organs which are similar in origin
(B)
vaxksa ds lewg tks mRifÙk rFkk dk;Z esa leku gksrs gSa
and function
(C)
,slh dksf'kdk;sa tks dk;Z esa leku gksrh gSa ysfdu mRifÙk
(C) Cells which are similar in function but not
esa ugha
in origin
(D) Groups of cells which are not similar in
(D) dksf'kdkvksa ds lewg tks mRifÙk o dk;Z esa leku ugha
gksrs gSa
origin and function
10. The axillary bud is constituted by the cells
'left behind' from
10. d{kh; dfydk dk fuekZ.k fdlds ^'ks"k^ cph dksf'kdkvksa }kjk
fd;k tkrk gS\
(A)
Rootapical meristem
(A)
ewy 'kh"kZLFk foHkT;ksrd
(B)
Shoot apical meristem
(B)
izjksg 'kh"kZLFk foHkT;ksrd
vUrfoZ"V foHkT;ksrd
(C)
Intercalary meristem
(C)
(D)
Lateral meristem
(D)
ik'oZ foHkT;ksrd
11. iq"ih; ikniksa ds dk"Bh; v{k dks fdldsa }kjk cuk;k tkrk gS\
11. The woody axis of flowering plants is
produced by
(A)
'kh"kZLFk foHkT;ksrd
(A)
Apical meristem
(B)
izkFkfed foHkT;ksrd
(B)
Primary meristem
(C)
vUrfoZ"d foHkT;ksrd
(C)
Intercalary meristem
(D)
f}rh;d foHkT;ksrd
(D)
Secondary meristem
12. fuEu eas ls fdlds vfrfjDr fn;s x;s lHkh ik'oZ foHkT;ksrd gSa\
12. All of the following are lateral meristems, except
(A)
vUrfoZ"V foHkT;ksrd
(A)
Intercalary meristem
(B)
iwyh; laogu ,/kk
(B)
Fascicular vascular cambium
(C)
vUrjiwyh; ,/kk
(C)
Interfascicular cambium
(D)
Cork cambium
(D)
dkx ,/kk

13. What is the function of lateral meristem?

(A)

It gives rise to the lateral branches

(B)

It increases girth of the plant axis

(C)

It increases girth as well as lengt h of the plant axis

(D)

It increases only length of the plants axis

13. ik'oZ foHkT;ksrd dk D;k dk;Z gS\

(A)

;g ik'oZ 'kk[kkvksa dks mRiUu djrk gS

(B)

;g ikni v{k dh eksVkbZ dks c<+krk gS

(C)

;g ikni v{k dh eksVkbZ rFkk yEckbZ dks c<+krk gSa

(D)

;g ikni v{k dh dsoy yEckbZ dks c<+krk gS

(C) ;g ikni v{k dh eksVkbZ rFkk yEckbZ dks c<+krk gSa (D) ;g ikni v{k dh

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14. The parenchymatous cells are

(A)

Dead

(B)

Thick-walled

(C)

Thin-walled

(D)

Thick-walled and dead

14. e`nwrdh; dksf'kdk;sa gksrh gSa

(A)

e`r

(B)

eksVh fHkfÙk;qDr

(C)

iryh fHkfÙk;qDr

(D)

eksVh fHkfÙk;qDr rFkk e`r

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15. Collenchyma differs from parenchyma in 15. LFkwydks.k Ård e`nwrd ls fHkUu gS (A) Possessing
15. Collenchyma differs from parenchyma in
15. LFkwydks.k Ård e`nwrd ls fHkUu gS
(A)
Possessing thick cell wall
(A)
eksVh dksf'kdk fHkfÙk dh mifLFkfr esa
(B)
Lacking protoplasm
(B)
thonzO; ds vHkko esa
(C)
Containing chloroplasts usually
(C)
gfjryodksa dh mifLFkfr esa
(D)
Being meristematic .
(D)
foHkT;ksrdh gksus esa
16. Which among the following are absent in the
collenchyma ?
16. LFkwydks.k Ård eas fuEu esa ls D;k ugha ik;s tkrs gSa\
(A)
gfjryod
(A)
Choroplasts
(B)
fjfDrdk;sa
(B)
Vacuoles
(C)
vUrjdksf'kdh; vodk'k
(C)
Intercellular spaces
(D)
Pectin deposition
(D)
isfDVu fu{ksi.k
17. The elongated, thick-walled and tapering cells are
17. yEch] eksVh fHkfÙk;qDr rFkk uqdhyh dksf'kdk;sa gksrh gSa
(A)
Parenchmatous
(A)
e`nwrdh;
(B)
Collenchymatous
(B)
LFkwydks.kksrdh;
(C)
Chlorenchymatous
(C)
gfjrÅrdh;
(D)
Sclerenchymatous
(D)
n`<+ksrdh;
18. Sclereids are commonly found in
18. LDysjh ¼n`<+ dksf'kdk;sa½ lkekU;r;k ik;h tkrh gSa
(A)
Young stems and petioles of leaves
(A)
r:.k ruksa rFkk ifÙk;ksa ds i.kZo`Urksa esa
(B)
Fruit walls of nuts
(B)
n`<+Qyksa dh QyfHkfÙk;ksa esa
(C)
Roots
(C)
tM+ksa eas
(D)
Fleshy stems
(D)
ekaly ruksa eas
19. What is the function of vessels in flowering
plants?
19. iq"ih; ikniksa esa okfgdkvksa dk D;k dk;Z gS\
(A)
Hkkstu dk ifjogu
(A)
Transport of food
(B)
ty dh vf/kdrk dks nwj djuk
(B)
To get rid of excess water
(C)
izdk'kla'ys"k.k
(C)
Photosynthesis
(D)
Transport of water and minerals
(D)
ty rFkk [kfutksa dk ifjogu

20. Which of the following is absent in most of the monocotyledons?

(A)

Phloem parenchyma

(B)

Tracheids

(C)

Vessels

(D) Xylem parenchyma

20. vf/kdrj ,dchtif=;ksa esa fuEu esa ls dkSu vuqifLFkr jgrk gS\

(A)

¶yks;e e`nwrd

(B)

okfgfudk;sa

(C)

okfgdk;sa

(D) tkbye e`nwrd

fuEu esa ls dkSu vuqifLFkr jgrk gS\ (A) ¶yks;e e`nwrd (B) okfgfudk;sa (C) okfgdk;sa (D) tkbye

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21. Stomata are the component of

(A)

Epidermal tissue system

(B)

Ground tissue system

(C)

Conducting tissue system

(D)

Vascular tissue system

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21. jU/kz fdlds ?kVd gSa\

(A)

ckg~;Roph; Ård ra=

(B)

Hkj.k Ård ra=

(C)

laokgd Ård ra=

(D)

laogu Ård ra=

22. Root hairs are the 22. ewy jkse gSa (A) Multicellular Elongntions of epidermal cells
22.
Root hairs are the
22. ewy jkse gSa
(A)
Multicellular Elongntions of epidermal cells
(A)
ckg~;Roph; dksf'kdkvksa ds cgqdksf'kdh; nh?khZdj.k
(B)
Acellular elongations of epidermal cells
(B)
ckg~;Roph; dksf'kdkvksa ds vdksf'kdh; nh?khZdj.k
(C)
Unicellular elongations of epidermal cells
(C)
ckg~;Roph; dksf'kdkvksa ds ,ddksf'kdh; nh?khZdj.k
vUrLRoph; dksf'kdkvksa ds cgqdksf'kdh; nh?khZdj.k
(D)
Multicellular elongations of endodermal cells
(D)
23. ik'oZ ewy fdlds mRiUu gksr gS
23.
Lateral roots arise from
(A)
vUrLRopk
(B) ifjjEHk
(A)
Endodermis
(B) Pericycle
(C)
la;ksth Ård
(D) ,/kk oy;
(C)
Conjunctive tissue (D) Cambium ring
24. foHkT;ksrd dk vfHky{k.k gs
24.
Meristem is charaterized by
Isodiametric cells with cellulosic thin wall
(A)
leO;klh dksf'kdk;sa ftuesa lsY;qyksl dh iryh fHkfÙk gksrh gS
(A)
(B)
vUrjdksf'kdh; vodk'k o jl/kkuh dk vHkko
(B)
Absence of intercellular space and vacuole
foHkktu dh {kerk dk ik;k tkuk
(C)
Division capacity present
(C)
(D)
(D)
buesa ls lHkh
All of these
25.
According, to histogen theory, stem epidermis
is derived from
25. fgLVkstu fl)kUr ds vuqlkj rus dh ckg~;Ropk fdlls
O;qRiUu gksrh gS\
xksidtu
(B) Ropktu
(A)
Calyptrogen
(B) Dermatogen
(A)
(C)
Protoderm
(D) Periblem
(C)
vf/kRod
(D) oYdqVtu
26.
Removal or absence of thymus is early life
shall bring about
26. Fkkbel xazfFkdhvuqi fLFkfr ; k gVkusl si zkjafHkd t hou i j
D; ki zHkko i Ms+xk
(A)
lack of lymphocytes
(A)
fyEQksl kbV dhdeh
(B)
lack of antibodies
(B)
, UVhcksMhdhdeh
(C)
fyEQuksMdhdeh
(C)
lack of lymph nodes
(D)
(A) r Fkk(B)
(D)
Both (A) and (B)
27.
Which of the following pairs of hormones are
the examples of those target cells easily pass
through the cell membrane of the target cell
and bind to a receptor inside it (mostly in
the nucleus)?
27. fuEu esal sdkSul k gkeksZu dk t ksM+kmnkgj .k gSt ksvkl kuh
l
sy{; dksf' kdkdhIykTekf>YyhdksHksndj pykt kr kgS
vkSj xzkghl st qM+t kr k gS
(A)
bUl qfyu r Fkk Xywdsxksu
(A)
Insulin and glucagon
(B)
Fkkbj ksfDl u r Fkk bUl qfyu
(B)
Thyroxin and insulin
(C)
l ksesVksLVsfVu r FkkvkWDl hVksfl u
(C)
Somatostatin and oxytocin
(D)
dkfVZl ksy r FkkVsLVksLVsj ksu
(D)
Cortisol and testosterone
r FkkvkWDl hVksfl u (C) Somatostatin and oxytocin (D) dkfVZl ksy r FkkVsLVksLVsj ksu (D) Cortisol

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28.

The Leydig cells as found into the human body are the secretory source of

(A)

(C)

progesterone

glucagon

(B) intestinal mucus

(D) androgens

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28. euq"; easySafMax dksf' kdkvksads} kj k D; k L=kkfor gksr k gS

(A)

i zkst sLVsj ksu

(B)

bUVsfLVuy E; wdl

(C)

Xywdsxksu

(D) ,.Mªkst Ul

29.

Given below is an incomplete table certain hormones, their source glands and one major effect of each on the body in humans. Identify the correct option for the three blanks A, B and C.

29. uhpsnht k j ghv/kwj hr kfydk esadqN gkeksZuksadsuke mudhL=kksr xzafFk] r Fkk gkekZsu dk ekuo kj hj i j i M+us

okyk , d eq[ ; i zHkko cr k; k x; k gSA bl easfn,
okyk , d eq[ ; i zHkko cr k; k x; k gSA bl easfn, x, r hu
fj Dr
LFkku A, B r Fkk C D; k gS] i gpku dj mfpr
fodYi pqfu, A
Glands
Secretion
Effect on
bZLVªkst u
f} r h; d
Body
Oestro gen
M aintenance
o f seco ndary
sexual
characters
ySafxd y{k.kksa
A
dkscuk; s
A
j
[ kuk
Alpha cells
o f Islets o f
Langerhans
Raises bloo d
B sugar
level
ySaxj gSl
} hfi dkvksaadh
, YQk
dksf' kdk, a
j
Dr ' kdZjk
Lr j dksc<+k
B
nsr k gSA
Anterio r
pitauitary
Over secretion
C leads to
gigantism
vxzi h; w"k
C
vf/kL=kko l s
vfr dk; r k
Options :
fodYi :
A
B
C
A
B
C
(A)
Placenta
Glucagon
Calcitionin
(A)
vi j k
XywdSxkWu
dSfYl Vksfuu
(B)
Ovary
Glucagon
Growth
(B)
v.Mk' k;
XywdSxkWu
o`f) gkeksZu
hormone
(C)
Placenta
Insulin
Vasopressin
(C)
vi j k
bUl qfyu
oSl ksi zsfl u
(D)
Ovary
Insulin
Calcitonin
(D)
v.Mk' k;
bUl qfyu
dSfYl Vksfuu
30. Which hormone causes dilation of blood
vessels, increaed oxygen consumption and
gluconeogenesis ?
30. og dkSul k gkeksZu gSft l l sj Dr okfgdk; safoLQkfj r
( pkSM+h) gkst kr hgS] vkWDl ht u mi Hkksx c<+t kr k gSr Fkk
Xywdksl t uu gksr k gS\
(A)
Adrenalin
(B) Glucagon
(A)
, sfMªuyhu
(B)
XywdksxkWu
(C)
ACTH
(D) Insulin
(C)
ACTH
(D) bal qfyu

31. Which of the following is an accumulation and release centre of neurohormones?

31. fuEufyf[ kr esal sdkSul k , d Hkkx r af=kdk gkWekZsuksadk

l ap; , oaekspu dsUnzgksr k gS\

(A)

Hypothalamus

(B)

Anterior pituitary lobe

(C)

Posterior pituitary lobe

(D)

Intermediate lobe of the pituitary

(A)

gkbi ksFkSysel

(B)

vxzfi V~; wVj hi kfy

(C)

i ' p fi V~; wVj hi kfy

(D)

fi V~; wVj hdhe/; or hZi kfy

ksFkSysel (B) vxzfi V~; wVj hi kfy (C) i ' p fi V~; wVj hi kfy

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32. Which gland decreases in size with increasing age

(A)

Thyroid

(B) Adrenal

(C)

Thymus

(D) Pituitary

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32. dkSul hxzfUFk dk vkdkj mezdsl kFk ?kVr k gS:

(A)

Fkkbj kbM

(B) , Mªhuy

(C)

Fkkbel

(D) i h; w"k

33. Which is largest endocrine gland

(A) Thyroid

(B) Liver

33. fuEu esal sdkSul h ' kj hj dh l cl scM++h vUr %L=kkoh xzfUFk gksr hgS:

(A) Fkkbj kWbM (B) ; d`r (C) Pituitary (D) Thymus (C) i h; w"k (D)
(A)
Fkkbj kWbM
(B)
; d`r
(C) Pituitary
(D) Thymus
(C)
i h; w"k
(D) Fkkbel
34. Structure which has no role in endocrine
secretion
34. dkSul hxzfUFk vUr %L=kkohxzfUFk i zd`fr dhughagksr hgS
:
(A)
Duodenal epithelim (B) Testes
(A)
x`g.khdh,si hFkhyh; e (B) o`"k.k
(C)
Adrenal medulla
(D) Submaxillary gland
(C)
, sMªhuy eSMwyk
(D) l c eSDl hyhj xzafFk
35. Largest amount of idoine is found in
35. vk; ksMhu dh l okZf/kd ek=kk dgkai j gksr h gS:
(A)
Adrenals
(B) Liver
(A)
, Mªhuy es
(B)
; d`r esa
(C)
Fkkbj kWbM esa
(D)
o`"k.k esa
(C)
Thyroid
(D) Testes
36. Which one is a female sex hormone
36. fuEu esal sdkSul k eknk fyax gkWeksZu gS:
(A)
Estrogen
(B) Progesterone
(A)
bZLVªkst u
(B) i zkst sLVsj kWu
(C)
Estradiol
(D) All of these
(C)
bZLVsªfM; kWy
(D) mi j ksDr l Hkh
37. The ‘’erythropoietin’’ hormone regulates
37. ^^, fj Fkzksi ks, fVu** gkWeksZu fu; fU=kr dj r k gS:
(A)
Blood pressure
(A)
: f/kj nkc
(B)
Water level of blood
(B)
: f/kj easi kuhdhek=kk
(C)
Glucose level of blood
(C)
: f/kj esaXywdkst dkLr j
(D)
Rate of formation of red blood cells
(D)
vkj -ch-l h- dsfuekZ.kdhnj
38. Which gland is concerned with salt equilibrium
in body
38. yo.k l Ur qyu l sl EcfU/kr xzfUFk gS:
(A)
Anterior pituitary (B) Pancreas
(A)
vxzfi V~; wVj h
(B) vXuk' k; h
(C)
Adrenal
(D) Thyroid
(C)
, Mªhuy
(D) Fkkbj kbM
39. All of the following are functions of adrenaline
except
39. , d dksNksM+dj mi j ksDr l Hkh, Mªhusyhu dsdk; ZgSa
(A)
dadkyhi sf' k; ksadsj Dr l apkj c<+kuk
(A)
Increases blood supply in skeletal muscle
(B)
gkbi j Xykbl sfe; k
(B)
Hyperglycaemia
xHkkZ' k; f' kfFkyr k
(C)
Uterine relaxation
(C)

(D) Tachycardia

(D) VsdhdkfMZ; k

40. Adrenaline increases

(A)

Heart beat

(B)

Blood pressure

(C)

Both

(D)

None of these

40. , sMªhusyhu gkWekZsu c<+knsr k gS:

(A)

ân; Li anu dks

(B)

: f/kj nkc dks

(C)

mi j ksDr nksuksa

(D)

mi j ksDr esal sfdl hdksugha

gS : (A) ân; Li anu dks (B) : f/kj nkc dks (C) mi j ksDr

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41. Adrenal gland is

(A)

Ectodermal in origin

(B)

Mesodermal in origin

(C)

Endodermal in origin

(D)

Ecto-mesodermal in origin

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41. , Mªhuy xzfUFk mRi fÙk esagksr hgS:

(A)

, DVksMeZy

(B)

eht ksMeZy

(C)

, UMksMeZy

(D)

, DVks&ehl ksMeZy

42. Adrenal cortex also controls the carbohydrate metabolism through 42. , Mªhuy dkVsZDl dsdkSul sgkWeksZu
42. Adrenal cortex also controls the carbohydrate
metabolism through
42. , Mªhuy dkVsZDl dsdkSul sgkWeksZu } kj k dkcksZgkbMªsV
mi ki p; i zHkkfor gksr k gS:
(A)
Adrenaline
(A)
, Mªhusyhu
(B)
Noradrenaline
(B)
ukWj , sMªhusyhu
(C)
Glucocorticoids
(C)
XywdksdkWVhZdkWbM~l
(D)
Mineralo Corticoids
(D)
feuj syksdkWfVZdkWbM~l
43. 3F gland is
43. (3F) r hu , Q okyhxzafFk dgykr h gS:
(A)
Adrenal
(B) Thyroid
(A)
, Mªhuy
(B)
Fkkbj kWbM
(C)
Gonadal
(D) Pancreas
(C)
t un
(D)
vXuk' k;
44. , Mªhuy dkWVsZDl
dsvYi L=kko.k l sdkSul k j ksx gks
44. Undersecretion of adrenal cortex causes
t
kr k gS:
(A)
Sterility
(B) Addison’s disease
(A)
cka>i u
(B) , sMhl u j ksx
(C)
Cretinism
(D) Dwarfism
(C)
fØ, VhuhTe
(D) ckSuki u
45. Storage gland is
45. gkWeksZu dk l axzg dj usokyhxzfUFk gksr hgS:
(A)
Pancreas
(B) Testis
(A)
vXuk' k;
(B)
o`"k.k
(C)
Thyroid
(D) Adrenal
(C)
Fkkbj kWbM
(D)
, Mªhuy
46. The function of the secretion of prostrate
46. i zksLVsªV xzafFk dsL=kko dk dk; ZgS&
gland is to
(A)
' kqØk.kqfØ; k' khyr k dksm| hfi r dj ukA
(A)
stimulate sperm activity
(B)
' kqØk.kqdksvkdf"kZr djukA
(B)
attract sperms
(C)
' kqØk.kqdhfØ; k' khyr k dksvo: ) dj ukA
(C)
inhibit sperm activity
(D)
' kqØk.kqdksi ks"k.k i znku dj ukA
(D)
nourish sperms
47. ysfMax ; k bUVj fLVfl ; y dksf' kdkvksadhHkwfedk gS&
47. The role of Leydig or interstitial cells is
(A)
nourishment to sperms
(A)
(B)
give motility to sperms
(B)
(C)
synthesize testosterone hormone
(C)
' kqØk.kqdksi ks"k.k i znku dj usesa
' kqØk.kqdksxfr ' khyr k i znku dj usesaA
VsLVksfLVj ksu gkeksZu dsl a' ys"k.k esa

(D) all above

48. Which of the following is not a part of female reproductive organ ?

(A)

Uterus

(B) Ovule

(C)

Seminal vesicle

(D) Clitoris

(D) mi j ksDr l HkhA

48. fuEu esal sdkSu , d eknk t uu vax dk Hkkx ughagSA

(A)

xHkkZ' k;

(B) cht kaM

(C)

' kqØk' k;

(D) DykbVksfj l

, d eknk t uu vax dk Hkkx ughagSA (A) xHkkZ' k; (B) cht kaM (C)

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49. Sertoli cells are found

(A)

in the germinal epithelium of ovary

(B)

between the seminiferous tubules

(C)

in the germinal epithelium of the seminif-

erous tubules

(D) in the upper part of the fallopian tube

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49. l j Vksyhdksf' kdk, ai k; ht kr hgS&

(A)

v.Mk' k; dst uu , fi Fkhfy; e esaA

(B)

l sfefuQsj l ufydkvksadschp esaA

(C)

l sfefuQsj l ufydkvksadst uu , fi Fkhfy; e esaA

(D)

Qsyksfi ; u uyhdsÅi j hHkkx esaA

50. ewysfj ; u MDV gS& 50. Mullerian duct is : (A) ureter (B) urethra
50.
ewysfj ; u MDV gS&
50.
Mullerian duct is :
(A)
ureter
(B) urethra
(A)
ew=kokfguh
(B) ew=kekxZ
(C)
sperm duct
(D) oviduct
(C)
' kqØk.kqokfgdk
(D) v.Mokfguh
51.
Fimbriate funnel is found over :
51.
>kyj nj dhi fdl dsÅi j i k; k t kr k gS&
(A)
ureter
(B) urinary bladder
(A)
ew=k okfguh
(B)
ew=kk' k;
(C)
uterus
(D) fallopian tube
(C)
xHkkZ' k;
(D) QSyksi h; u ufydk
52.
There is a connective tissue cord extending
between the testis and abdominal wall called
o`"k.k r Fkk mnj fHkfÙk ds chp l a; kst h År d dh dkWMZ
(cord) dkSul hgksr hgSA
(A)
Testis cord
(B) Gubernaculum
(A)
o`"k.k dksMZ
(B)
xqcj usdqye
(C)
Mesentric cord
(D) Spermatic cord
(C)
eht sfUVªd dksMZ
(D) Li esZfVd dksMZ
53
The elastic tissue connecting the cauda
53
LØkWVy dks' kdksdkWMk,i hfMMkbfel l st ksM+usokykbykfLVd
År d D; k dgykr k gSA
epididymis to the scrotal sac is
(A)
gubernaculum
(B) Tendinous cord
(A)
xqcj usdqye
(B)
VsUMuh; dksMZ
(C)
Scrotal ligament (D) Caput eipdidymis
(C)
LØkWVy fyxkesaV
(D) dsi qV , i hfMMkbfel
54.
The abdominal passage which connects the
54 .
Lr fu; ksaesamnj h; xqgk r Fkk LØkWVy dks"k dkst ksM+usokyk
abdominal cavity with the scrotal sac in
mnj h; ekxZdgykr k gSA
mammals is known as
(A)
Li esZfVd ufydk
(B) U; wjsUVsfjd ufydk
(A)
Spermatic canal (B) Neurenteric canal
(C)
bUXohuy ufydk
(D) gsofl Z; u ufydk
(C)
Inguinal canal
(D) Haversion canal
55.
i q: "k dsi zkWLVsV xzafFk dk i zfr : i eknk esaD; k gSA
55.
What is the female counterpart of prostate
gland in the male (man)
(A)
ckFkksZfyu xzafFk
(B)
xHkkZ' k;
(A)
Bartholin's gland
(B) Uterus
(C)
Hkxf' k' ku (Clitoris)
(D) mi j ksDr esal sdksbZugha
(C)
Clitoris
(D) None of these
56.
, .MksesfVª; e ----------------------------- dh ykbfuax gSA
56.
The endometrium is the lining of
(A) ew=kky;
(B) ; ksfu
(A)
Bladder
(B) Vagina

(C) Uterus

(D) Oviduct

57. Parturition duct in female is called

(A)

Uterus

(B) Oviduct

(C)

Vagina

(D) Cervix

 

(C)

xHkkZ' k;

(D)

v.Mokfguh

57.

eknk esai zl o okfgdk egykr hgSA

(A)

xHkkZ' k;

(B)

v.Mokfguh

(C)

; ksfu

(D) l foZDl

57. eknk esai zl o okfgdk egykr hgSA (A) xHkkZ' k; (B) v.Mokfguh (C) ; ksfu

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58. Identify the parts labelled (A to G) in the

given figure of male reproductive system from

the list I to X

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58. fn, x, uj t uu r a=kdsvkj s[ kesaukekafdr Hkkxksa(A-G)

dksl wphI l sX esal sl qesfyr dj l gh; qXe dkp; u dhft ,A

A A G B G B F F E E Epididymis Epididymis C D C
A
A
G
B
G
B
F
F
E
E
Epididymis
Epididymis
C
D
C
D
(I) QaMl
(II) ; wfj fuQsj l V~; qC; wYl
(I) Fundus
(II) Uriniferous tubules
(III)
l sfefuQsj l V~; qC; wYl
(III)
Seminiferous tubules
(IV)
Seminal vesicle
(V) Prostate
(IV)
l sekbuy osl kbdy
(V) i zksLVsV
(VI)
Ejaculatory duct (VII) Rectum
(VI)
L[ kyu ufydk, ¡
(VII) j sDVe
(VIII) Anus
(IX) Bulbourethral gland
(VIII) ,ul
(IX) cYcks; wjsFkzy xzafFk
(X)
Scrotum
(X)
LØksVe
(A)
A-IV, B–V, C-X, D-IX, E - VIII, F-VII, G-VI
(A)
A-IV, B–V, C-X, D-IX, E - VIII, F-VII, G-VI
(B)
A-X, B–IX, C-VIII, D-IV, E - III, F-II, G-I
(B)
A-X, B–IX, C-VIII, D-IV, E - III, F-II, G-I
(C)
A-IV, B–V, C-I, D-III, E-IX, F-X, G-II
(C)
A-IV, B–V, C-I, D-III, E-IX, F-X, G-II
(D)
A-V, B–III, C-I, D-II, E-IV, F-VI, G-VIII
(D)
A-V, B–III, C-I, D-II, E-IV, F-VI, G-VIII
59. Cervix lies between
59 .
l foZDl fLFkr gksr hgS
(A)
Oviduct and uterus
(A)
vksohMDV r Fkk ; wVsj l dse/; esa
(B)
Uterus and vagina
(B)
; ksfu r Fkk; wVsj l dse/; esa
(C)
Vagina and clitoris
(C)
; ksfu r Fkk DykbVksfj l dse/; esa
(D)
Clitoris and labia
(D)
DykbVksfj l r Fkk ysfc; k dse/; esa

60. What would happen if vasa deferentia of man are cut ?

(A)

Sperms are non-nucleate

(B)

Spermatogenesis does not occur

(C)

Semen is without sperms

(D)

Sperms are nonmotile

60. ; fn i q: "kesa' kqØokfguhdksdkV fn; k t k, r ksD; kgksxk :-

(A)

' kqØk.kqdsUæd foghu gkst k, saxs

(B)

' kqØk.kqt uu ughagksxk

(C)

oh; Zfcuk ' kqØk.kqvksadk gksxk

(D)

' kqØk.kqvpy gkst k, saxs

' kqØk.kqt uu ughagksxk (C) oh; Zfcuk ' kqØk.kqvksadk gksxk (D) ' kqØk.kqvpy gkst k, saxs

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61. The given figure refers to female reproductive system of human. Identify the marked alphabets (A to E)

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61. fuEu vkj s[ k euq"; dseknkt uu r a=kdk gSA ukekafdr o.kksZ dksi gpkfu, (A l sE)

F F A A B B C C E E D D (A) A-,Ei qyk,
F
F
A
A
B
B
C
C
E
E
D
D
(A) A-,Ei qyk, B-bUQ.Mhcqye, C - bLFkel , D-QSyksfi ; u
(A) A-Ampulla, B-Infundibulum, C - Isthmus,
ufydk, E- v.Mk' k; , F- ; wVsj kbu QaMl
D-Fallopian tube, E-Ovary, F-Uterine fundus
(B) A-Isthmus, B-Infundibulum, C - Ampulla,
(B) A-bLFkel , B-bUQ.Mhcqye, C - ,Ei qyk, D-QSyksfi ; u
D-Fallopian tube, E-Ovary, F-Uterine fundus
ufydk, E- v.Mk' k; , F- ; wVsj kbu QaMl
(C) A-Ampulla, B-Isthmus, C - Infundibulum,
(C) A- , Ei qyk, B- bLFkel , C - bUQ.Mhcqye, D- ; ksfu,
D-Vagina, E-Ovary, F-Uterine fundus
E- v.Mk' k; , F- ; wVsj kbu QaMl
(D) A-Isthmus, B-Ampulla, C - Infundibulum,
(D) A- bLFkel , B- , Ei qyk, C - bUQ.Mhcqye, D- l foZDl ,
D-Cervix, E-Ovary, F-Uterine fundus
E- v.Mk' k; , F- ; wVsj kbu QaMl
62. Seminal plasma in humans is rich in
62. ekuoksadsl sekbuy nzo esafdl dhi zpqj r k gksr hgS
(A)
Fructose, calcium, certain enzymes
(A) ÝDVkst ] dSfY' k; e r Fkk dqN , at kbe dh
(B)
Fructose and calcium but has no enzymes
(B ) ÝDVkst vkSj dSfY' k; e r ksgksr sgSa] ysfdu , at kbe ugha
gksrkA
(C)
Glucose and certain enzymes but has no
(C) Xyqdkst vkSj dqN , at kbe r ksgksr sgSysfdu dSfY' k; e
calcium
ughagksr kA
(D) Fructose and certain enzymes but poor
(D) ÝDVkst r Fkk dqN , at kbe r ksgksr sgSysfdu dSfY' k; e
in calcium
cgqr gh de gksr k gSA
63. ekuo eknk ds cká tun dks dkSulk lewg n'kkZrk gS\
63. Which group represents external genitalia of
human female?
(A)
y?kqHkxks"B] o`gnHkxks"B] xHkkZ'k;
(A)
Labium minora, labium majora, uterus
(B)
o`gnHkxks"B] y?kqHkxks"B] v.Mokfguh
(B)
Labium majora, labium minora, oviduct
(C)
y?kqHkxks"B] o`gnHkxks"B] ljfoDl
(C)
Labium minora, labium majora, cervix
(D)
o`gnHkxks"B] y?kqHkxks"B] DykbVksfjl
(D)
Labium majora, labium minora, clitoris

64. Accessory glands of male reproductive system are

(A)

Prostate and seminal vesicles

(B)

Prostate, Bartholins and seminal vesicles

(C)

Seminal vesicles and Bartholins

(D) Prostate, Cowper's and seminal vesicles

64. uj tuu ra= dh lgk;d xzafFk;ka gS

(A)

izkWLVsV o 'kqØk'k;

(B)

izkWLVsV] cFkksZfyu o 'kqØk'k;

(C)

'kqØk'k; o cFkksZfyu

(D)

izkWLVsV] dkWmij o 'kqØk'k;

cFkksZfyu o 'kqØk'k; (C) 'kqØk'k; o cFkksZfyu (D) izkWLVsV] dkWmij o 'kqØk'k;

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65. Oligospermia is

(A)

> 20 million sperm/ml of semen

(B)

< 20 million sperm/ml of semen

(C)

> 40 million sperm/ml of semen

(D)

< 40 million sperm/ml of semen

65. vksfyxksLifeZ;k gS

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(A)

> 20 fefy;u 'kqØk.kq /ml lheu esa

(B)

< 20 fefy;u 'kqØk.kq /ml lheu esa

(C)

> 40 fefy;u 'kqØk.kq /ml lheu esa

(D)

< 40 fefy;u 'kqØk.kq /ml lheu esa

66. The primary producers of the deep-sea hydrothermal vent ecosystem are 66. xgjs leqnz ds
66. The primary producers of the deep-sea
hydrothermal vent ecosystem are
66. xgjs leqnz ds m".ktyh; osUV ifjra= esa izkFkfed mRiknd
dkSu gS\
(A)
coral reefs
(A)
izoky&fHkfÙk
(B)
green algae
(B)
gfjr 'kSoky
(C)
chemosynthetic bacteria
(C)
jlk;u&la'ys"k.k thok.kq
(D)
blue-green algae
(D)
uhy&gfjr 'kSoky
67. Which of the following equations respresents
a population growing in a habitat with limited
resources ?
67. fuEu easl sdkSul h l ehdj .k fl fer l al k/kuksdsl kFk , d
vkokl easc<+j ght ul a[ ; k dksi znf' kZr dj r hgS\
dN
dN
(A)
rN
(A)
rN
dt 
dt 
dN
K
 N
dN
 
K
 N
 
 rN
(B)
rN
(B)
dt
 
K
 
dt
K
(C)
N t = N 0 e rt
(C)
N t = N 0 e rt
dN
 K
 N
dN
 K
 N
 rt
 rt
 
(D)
(D)
N
  K
 
N
  K
68. Net primary productivity is the available
68. fdl dsmi Hkksx dsfy, i k; st kusokyk ck; ksekl
l dy
biomass for the consumption to
i zkFkfed mRi kndr kgksr hgS&
(A)
Herbivores
(A)
' kkdkgkj h
(B)
Decomposers
(B)
vi ?kVd
(C)
Primary producers
(C)
i zkFkfed mRi knd
Top carnivore
(D)
' kh"kZekal kgkj h
(D)
69. Which of the following is a characteristic
69. fuEu easl sdkSul kvfHkyk{kf.kd y{k.kekuot fur i kfjfLFkfr d

feature of anthropogenic ecosystems

(A)

High biodiversity

(B)

Efficient nutrient cycling

(C)

Very high productivity

(D)

Can survive without human interference

r U=k dk gS\

(A)

mPp t Sofofo/kr k

(B)

dq' ky i ks"kdr Ro pØ.k

(C)

cgqr vf/kd mRi kndr k

(D)

ekuo dsgLr {ksi dsfcuk vfLr Ro easj g l dr hgSA

ky i ks"kdr Ro pØ.k (C) cgqr vf/kd mRi kndr k (D) ekuo dsgLr {ksi dsfcuk

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70. Match the terms of column-I with its meaning

in the column-II and select the correct option.

70. dkWye-I dh' kCnkoyhdksdkWye-II l smudsvFkZdsvuql kj feykb, r Fkk l ghfodYi dk p; u dj sA

dkWye-II

(i) i zdk' kl a' ys"k.kdsnkSj ku dkcZfud i nkFkZdsmRi knu dhnj

Column-I

a. Standing crop

Column-II

(i) Rate of production

of organic matter during

photosynthesis

dkWye-I

(A) [ kM+hQl y

b. GPP (ii) Inorganic substances (B) GPP in ecosystem (ii) i kfjLFkfrd rU=keasvdkcZfud i nkFkZ
b. GPP (ii) Inorganic substances
(B)
GPP
in ecosystem
(ii) i kfjLFkfrd rU=keasvdkcZfud
i nkFkZ
c. Secondary
(iii) Rate of formation of
(C)
f} fr ; d mRi kndr k (iii) mi HkksDr kvksa} kj ku; s
productivity
new organic matter by
dkcZfud i nkFkZdsfuekZ.kdh
consumers
nj
d. Standing state
(iv) Number of
(D)
[ kM+hfLFkfr
organisms per unit area
(iv) i zfr bZdkbZ{ks=keast hoks
dhl a[ ; k
(A)
a(i), b(ii), c(iii),d(iv)
(A)
a(i), b(ii), c(iii),d(iv)
(B)
a(iv), b(i), c(iii),d(ii)
(B)
a(iv), b(i), c(iii),d(ii)
(C)
a(iv), b(iii), c(i), d(ii)
(C)
a(iv), b(iii), c(i), d(ii)
(D)
a(i), b(iv), c(iii), d(ii)
(D)
a(i), b(iv), c(iii), d(ii)
71. How many hot spots of biodiversity in the world
have been identified till date by Norman Myers?
71. ukWeZu ek;lZ }kjk vc rd fo'o esa fdrus tSo fofo/krk okys
gkWV LikWV igpkus x;sa gS\
(A)
43
(B) 17
(A)
43
(B) 17
(C)
25
(D) 34
(C)
25
(D) 34
72. Select the odd one out w.r.t. the functional
aspects of ecosystem
72. i kfj fLFkfr d r U=k dsfØ; kRed i gywdsl anHkZeasfo"ke dks
pqfu, &
(A)
Productivity
(B) Stratification
(A)
mRi kndr k
(B)
Lr j hdj.k
(C)
Energy flow
(D) Nutrient cycling
(C)
Åt kZi zokg
(D) i ks"kd pØ.k
73. Which of the following pyramids always shows
a steeper vertical gradient i.e. upward
73. fuEu easl sdkSul kfi jSfeMges' kkvR; f/kd l h/kk&<ky n' kkZr kgS\
(A)
l a[ ; kdkfi j SfeM
(A)
Pyramid of number
(B)
i ks"k.k dk fi j SfeM
(B)
Pyramid of nutrients
t Sol agfr dk i Sj SfeM
(C)
Pyramid of biomass
(C)
(D)
Pyramid of energy
(D)
Åt kZdkfi j SfeM
74. During ecological succession :
74. ikfjfLFkfrdh; vuqØe.k ds nkSjku %
(A) the changes lead to a community that is in

near equilibrium with the environment and is

called pioneer community (B) the gradual and predictable change in species composition occurs in a given area

(C) the establishment of a new biotic community is very fast in its primary phase

(D) the numbers and types of animals remain

constant

(A)

ifjorZuksa ds dkj.k ,slk leqnk; curk gS tks i;kzoj.k

ds lkE; ds lehi gksrk gS ,oa iqjksxkeh leqnk; dgykrk gS

(B) fdlh Lih'kht dh la?kVuk esa Øfed vkSj igys ls crk;s

tk ldus okys ifjorZu fdlh ,d {ks= esa gksrs gS

(C) bldh izkFkfed izkoLFkk esa u;k thoh; leqnk; cgqr rhoz

xfr ls LFkkfir gksrk gSA

(D) tarqvksa dh la[;k vkSj fdLesa fLFkj jgrh gSa

izkoLFkk esa u;k thoh; leqnk; cgqr rhoz xfr ls LFkkfir gksrk gSA (D) tarqvksa dh la[;k

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75. Select the correct match.

75.

l gh dFku dk p; u dj ks\

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(A)

Ecosystem services -Loss biodiversity

(A)

i kfj fLFkfr dhl sok, ¡

& t So fofo/krkdks[ kRe djrhgS

(B)

Key industries animals -Third trophic level

(B)

i zeq[ k m| ksxksadsi ' kq

& r `r h; i ks"k.k Lr j

(C)

Climax community -Forest

(C)

pj eksRd"kZl eqnk; & ou

(D)

Natural ecosystem -Have no omnivores

(D)

i zkd`fr d i kfjfLFkfr d

& dksbZl oZHk{khugha

76. Which of the following is true? 76. fuEu esa ls dkSulk dFku lgh gS\
76. Which of the following is true?
76. fuEu esa ls dkSulk dFku lgh gS\
(A) High altitude have higher biodiversity than
(A) fuEu Å¡pkbZ dh rqyukesa vf/kd ÅpkbZ ÅPprj toS fofo/krk
low altitude
j[krh gSA
(B) Low altitude have higher biodiversity than
(B) vf/kd Å¡pkbZ dh rqyuk esa fuEu Å¡pkbZ ij mPprj toS
high altitude
fofo/krk gksrh gSA
(C) Amphibians have high biodiversity among
(C)
i`"Boaf'k;ksa esa mHk;pj mPprj toS fofo/krk j[krs gSA
vertebrates
(D)
,fUt;ksLieZ dh rqyuk esa czk;ksQkbVk esa mPprj otSfofo/krk
(D) Bryophytes have higher biodiversity than
angiosperms
gksrh gSA
77. Which of the following activities will not be a
threat to biodiversity?
77. fuEu easl sdkSul h, d fØ; kfo/kht Sofofo/kr kdsfy, [ kr j k
ughgksl dr hA
(A)
Habitat fragmentation
(A)
vkokl h; fo[ k.Mu
(B)
Alien species invasions
(B)
fons' kht kfr ; k¡dkvkØe.k
(C)
Bioremediation
(C)
t Sfod mi pkj
(D)
Over-exploitation
(D)
vR; f/kd nksgu
78. The following figure represents the global
78. fn; k x; k fp=k vd' ks: fd; ksdseq[ ; oxZdh t kfr ; ksadh
biodiversity of proportionate number of species
vkuqi fr d l a[ ; kdhoSf' od t Sofofo/kr kdki zfr fuf/kRo djr h
of major taxa of invertebrates. Identify the
gSA Øe' k%pkj i zeq[ k l eqgks(A-D) dsfy, l ghfodYi dh
correct option for the four major groups (A-D)
i gpku djsaA
respectively.
(A) (A) Molluscs, (B) Crustaceans, (C) Other
(A) (A) eksyLdl (B) ØLVsf' k; u (C) vU; l eqg (D) dhV
groups,(D) Insects

(B)

(A) Insects, (B) Molluscs. (C) Crustaceans,

(D)

Other groups

(C)

(A) Insects, (B) Crustaceans. (C) Molluscs,

(D)

Other groups

(D) (A) Crustaceans, (B) Other groups. (C) Molluscs, (D) Insects

(B)

(A) dhV (B) eksyLdl (C) ØLVsf' k; u (D) vU; l eqg

(C)

(A) dhV (B) ØLVsf' k; u (C) eksyLdl (D) vU; l eqg

(D)

(A) ØLVsf' k; u (B) vU; l eqg (C) eksyLdl (D) dhV

ØLVsf' k; u (C) eksyLdl (D) vU; l eqg (D) (A) ØLVsf' k; u (B) vU;

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79. Consider the following s trategies for

conservation of biodiversity and select the

correct option for in-situ approaches,

(a) Sacred groves

(c)National parks (d) Tissue culture

(b) Wild life safari

79.

t So fofo/kr kdsl aj{k.kdsfy, fuEu ; kst ukvkasdkv/; ; u djks

r Fkk bu fl Vwn`f"Vdks.k dsfy, l ghfodYi pqus&

(a)

i fo=k mi ou

(b) oU; t ho l Qkj h

(c)

j k"Vªh; m| ku (d)

mÙkd l aoZ/ku

(e)

t hon`O; l axzg.k

(f) t hoe.My l aj {k.k

(A) (b), (c) r Fkk(f) (B) (a), (c) o (f) (e)Germplasm storage (f) Biosphere reserve
(A)
(b),
(c) r Fkk(f)
(B) (a), (c) o (f)
(e)Germplasm storage (f) Biosphere reserve
(C)
(a), (d), (e) o (f)
(D) (a), (b), (c) o (f)
(A)
(b), (c) & (f)
(B) (a), (c) & (f)
(C)
(a), (d), (e) & (f)
(D) (a), (b), (c) & (f)
80.
vkuqokaf' kd fofo/kr k fdl l sl EcfU/kr gksr hgS&
80. Genetic diversity is related to
(A)
, d i kfj fLFkfr d r U=keast kfr ; ksdki zdkj
(A)
Types of species within an ecosystem
(B)
, d {kS=kesfHkUu l eqnk;
(B)
Different communities in an area
(C)
t hu vk/kkfj r fofo/kr k
(C)
Gene based diversity
(D)
t hul dhfofo/kr k
(D)
Diversity of a genus
81.
t
So fofo/kr k dhgkfu dk l cl scM+k [ kr j k gS&
81. The greatest threat to loss of bio diversity is
(A)
vkokl dk u"V gksuk
(B)
i qj%LFkkfi r i zt kfr ; ksadsl kFki zfr Li /kkZ
(1 ) Habitat destruction
(B)
Competition with introduced species
(C)
mPp mi t nsusokyhfdLekasdk i z; ksx
(D)
t Soi hMdksdk i z; ksx
(C)
Introduction of high yielding varieties
(D)
Use of biopesticides
82.
vl qesfyr dkspqfu, &
82. Select the incorrect match.
(A)
xzg dsQsQM+s
& vest u o"kkZou
(A)
Lungs of the planet -Amazon rain forest
(B)
vR; f/kd nksgu dsdkj .k& ; k=khdcwr j
(B)
Extinction due to
-Passenser pigeons
foyqIr
over -exploitation
(C)
uhyi pZ
& cichild eNyh
(C)
Nile perch
-Cichlid fish
(D)
MsfoMfVYesu
& dhyd i ksi j i fj dYi uk
(D)
David Tilman
-Rivet Popper hypothesis
83.
t
So fofo/kr kdsl anHkZeasfuEu dFkuksi j fopkj dj ksA
83. Consider the following statements w.r.t.
biodiversity:
(A) , d {ks=kdsHkhr j i zt kfr ; ksadhxgur k ysfdu dsoy , d
l hekr d
(A) Within a region species richness increased
(B) m".k dfVca/kh; dk vf/kd fLFkj okr koj .k dsvi s{kkd`r
with increasing explored area, but only up to a
limit.
(B) Relatively more constant environment of
fudsr fo' ks"kKr k dksc<+kok nsr k gSr Fkk t kfr ; ksadh fofo/kr k
dksU; wur k dhvksj yst kr k gSSA
the tropics promote niche specialisation and

leads to lesser species diversity.

(C) Keystone species drive major ecosystem

functions.

(D) A stable community must be resistant to

invasions by alien species.

The correct statements are

(A) (A), (C) & (D)

(B) (A), (B) & (C)

(C) ewy r Ro t kfr ; k¡ eq[ ; i kfj fLFkfr d r U=k dhfØ; k dks

pykr hgSA

(D) , d fLFkj l eqnk; fons' khi zt kfr ; ksa} kj kgeyksdsfy,

i zfr j ks/khgksukpkfg, A

(A)

(A), (B) r Fkk(D)

(B) (A),(B) r Fkk(C)

(C)

(B), (C) r Fkk (D)

(D) l Hkhl ghgSA .

A (A) (A), (B) r Fkk (D) (B) (A),(B) r Fkk (C) (C) (B), (C) r
A (A) (A), (B) r Fkk (D) (B) (A),(B) r Fkk (C) (C) (B), (C) r

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(C) (B), (C) & (D) (D) All are correct 84. l al kj eas--------------------------t kfr
(C)
(B), (C) & (D)
(D) All are correct
84.
l
al kj eas--------------------------t kfr ; ksadhl a[ ; kl HkheNyh] ,fEQfc; u]
84.
Number of
species
in the world
j
sfIVfy; kr FkkLr uh; kasdht kfr ; ksadsdqy l eqg l sHkhT; knk
is more than the combined total of the species
of fishes, amphibians, reptiles and mammals
gksr hgS&
(A)
' kSoky
(B) i {kh
(A)
Algae
(B) Birds
(C)
dod
(D) QuZ
(C)
Fungi
(D) Ferns
85.
l ghdFku dk p; u dj sA
85.
Select the correct statement.
(A)
j kcZVebZ} kj k cuk, x, l aj f{kr r Fkk oSKkfud r kSj i j
(A)
Conservative and scientifically sound
/ofu vuqeku oSf' od i zt kfr fofo/kr k 20 l s50 fefy; u
estimate made by Robert May places the global
j
[ kr hgSA
species diversity 20 to 50 million.
(B)
i f' peks?kkVksdh vi s{kk i wohZ?kkVksaeasvf/kd mHk; pj
(B) The Eastern Ghats have a greater amphibian
species diversity than the Western Ghats
i
zt kfr ; fofo/kr k i kbZt kr hgS]
(C)
nt ZdhxbZi zt kfr ; kaseasl s70 i zfr ' kr t Ur qt kfr ; kdhVks
(C)
More than 70 percent of all the species of
dhgSA
recorded animals are insects
(D) ; fn ge i zkSdsfj ; ksV i zt kfr ; kas dso.kZu dsfy, t So
(D)
If we accept biochemical or molecular
criteria for delineating prokaryotic species, then
kl k; fud ; k vkf.od ekun.M Lohdkj dj r sgSr c mudh
fofo/kr k cgqr de gksr hgSA
j
their diversity is very less
86.
MsfoMfVyesUl dsnh?kZvof/ki kfjfLFkfr dhr a=ki z; ksx ft l eas
86. David Tilman' s long-term ecosys tem
experiments using outdoor plots proved that
vl Ec) HkwHkkx dk mi ; ksx gksr k gS] i znf' kZr dj r k gS&
(1 ) Plots with less species showed less year
to year variation In total biomass
(A)
Hkw&Hkkx ft l easde i zt kfr ; k¡gSog i w.kZck; ksek¡l esl ky
nj l ky deh i znf' kZr dj r k gSA
(B)
Increased diversity contrib uted to hig her
(B)
c<+hgqbZt So fofo/kr k mPp mRi kndr k dksc<+kr hgSA
productivity
(C)
Decreased diversity contributes to high
(C)
fofo/kr k easdehusmPp mRi kndr k dks?kVk; k gSA
productivity
(D)
i zt kfr ; ksadhi zpqjr kLFkk; hl eqnk; l sl EcfU/kr ughagSA
(D)
Species richness is not linked to a stable
community.
87.
ldy oSf'od dkcZu dk yxHkx 70% Hkkx fdl esa ik;k tkrk gS
87. About 70% of total global carbon is found in :-
(A)
egklkxjksa esa
(B) ouksa esa
(A)
Oceans
(B) Forests
(C)
?kklLFkyksa
esa
(D) Ñf=e ikfjra=ksa esa
(C)
Grassland
(D) Artificial ecosystem
88.
i
woZvÝhdk dh >hy foDVksfj ; k eas200 l svf/kd fl pfyM
88. The main cause for the extinction of more than
200 pecies of cichlid fish in the Lake Victoria in
East Africa was
(cichlid) eNyh; ksadsfoyqIr gksusdk eq[ ; dkj .k Fkk\
(A)
vfr nksgu (B) l g foyqIr gksuk
(C)
fons' khi zt kfr ; kssadsvkØe.k
(A)
Over-exploitation (B) Co-extinction
(D)
vkokl fo[ k.Mu
(C)
Alien-species invasion
(D)
Habitat fragmentation
89.
l
adVki Uu vkSj l adVxzLr t Ur qr Fkki kni ksdksmudsi zkd`fr d
89. Endangered or threatened animals and plants
vkokl l sckgj fudkyk t kr kgSr FkkmUgsD; kLFkkfi r dj ds
are taken out from their natural habitat and
can be given special, care and protection by
establishing
fo' ks"k ns[ kHkky r Fkk l qj {kk nht k l dr hgS\
(A)
t Ur qvky; r FkkouLi fr m| ku
(B)
j k"Vªh; i kdZ
(A)
Zoological park and Botanical Garden
(B)
National park
(C)
t hoeaMy l aj {k.k
(C)
Biosphere reserve
(D)
vH; kj .k
(D)
Sanctuary

90. Sacred groves are unique and useful because

90.

(A)

It is a special ex-situ strategy

(B)

It is the last refuge for a large number of

rare plants

(C)

It prevents particulate pollution

(D)

Promotes alien invasion

i fo=k mi ou vf} fr ; o mi ; ksxh gSD; ksfd &

(A)

; g , d fo' ks"k , Dl fl Vwj .kfufr gSA

(B)

; g nqyHkZi kS/kksdhcM+hl a[ ; k dsfy, vafr e vkJ; gSA

(C)

; g d.k i znw"k.k dksj ksdr k gSA

(D)

fons' khvkØe.k dksc<+kok nsr k gSA

vafr e vkJ; gSA (C) ; g d.k i znw"k.k dksj ksdr k gSA (D) fons'

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PART - II [PHYSICS]
PART - II [PHYSICS]

91.

A bar magnet having a magnetic moment of

2 × 10 4 JT 1 is free to rotate in a horizontal

plane. A horizontal magnetic field, B=6 × 10 4

T exists in the space. The work done in taking

the magnet slowly from a direction parallel to the field to a direction 60° from the field is :

91. 2 × 10 4 JT 1 dspqEcdh; vk?kw.kZokyh , d NM+pqEcd {kSfr t r y esa?kw.kZu dsfy; sLor a=k gSA vUr fj {k esa {kSfr t pqEcdh; {ks=kB = 6 × 10 4 T mi fLFkr gSA pqEcd dks /khj s-/khj s{ks=kdsl ekUr j fn' kkl s{ks=kl s60° fn' kkr d ys

t kusesafd; k x; k dk; ZgS:

(A) 12 J (B) 6 J (A) 12 J (B) 6 J (C) 2 J
(A)
12 J
(B) 6 J
(A)
12 J
(B) 6 J
(C)
2 J
(D) 0.6 J
(C)
2 J
(D) 0.6 J
92.
The relation connecting magnetic susceptibility
 m and relative permeability  r is :
92. pqEcdh; i zo`fÙk m o l ki sf{kd i kj xE; r k r dse/; l EcU/
k gksxk:
(A)
 m =  r + 1
(B)  m =  r –1
(A)
 m =  r + 1
(B)  m =  r –1
1
1
(C)
m
(D)  m = 3(1 +  r )
(C)
m
(D)  m = 3(1 +  r )
r
r
93.
The real angle of dip, if a magnet is suspended
at an angle of 30º to the magnetic meridian
and the dip needle makes an angle of 45º with
horizontal is :
93.
; fn ,d pqEcd] pqEcdh; ; keksÙkj l s30º dks.ki j fuyfEcr
gSr Fkkur h(dip) l qbZ{kSfr t dsl kFk 45º dks.kcukr hgS]
r ksokLr fod ufr dks.k gksxk –
  3
–1
  3
(A)
tan
(B) tan –1 (
3)
–1
(A)
tan
(B) tan –1 (
3)
  2
  2
 2 
 2 
  3
–1
–1
  3
(C)
tan
(D) tan
 
–1
–1
(C)
tan
(D) tan
2
 
 
3 
2
 
3 
94.
The time of vibration of a magnetic needle
vibrating in the vertical plane is 3 s. When
magnetic needle is made to vibrate in the
9 4.
Å/okZ/kj r y esadfEi r , d pqEcdh; l qbZdsdEi Uu dk
vko`r dky (time) 3 s gSAt c pqEcdh; l wbZ{kSfr t r y esa
dEi Uu dsfy; scukbZt kr h gS] r c dEi Uu dk vko`r dky
horizontal plane, the time of vibration is 3 2 .
3
2 gSA r c ufr (dip) dk dksa.k gksxkA
Then the angle of dip is
(A)
30°
(B) 45°
(A)
30°
(B) 45°
(C)
60°
(D) 90°
(C)
60°
(D) 90°
95.
A short bar magnet with the North-pole facing
95 .
mÙkj dhvksj l Eeq[ kmÙkj h/kqozdsl kFk, d y?kqNM+pqEcd
North forms a neutral point at P in the
horizontal plane, the net magnetic induction
{kSfr t r y esaP i j , d mnkl hu fcUnqcukr k gSA P i j
?kVd
at P is (horizontal component of earth's
magnetic field = B H )
pqEcdh; i zsj.k gksxk(i `Foh dspqEcdh; {ks=k dk {kSfr t
=B H gSA)
' kwU;
(A)
zero
(B) 2B H
(A)
(B) 2B H
(C)
5 B
(D) 5 B
(C)
5 B
(D) 5 B
H
H
H
H
2
2

96. Property of a bulk material called intensity of magnetisation is

(A)

magnetic moment per unit volume

(B)

net magnetic moment per unit volume

(C) a vector quantity and having unit of Am 1

(D) Both (b) and (c)

quantity and having unit of Am – 1 (D) Both (b) and (c) 96. ,d vk;

96. ,d vk; r u (bulk) i nkFkZdkxq.k/keZt kspqEcdu dhr hozr k dgykr k gS] gksxk &

(A)

pqEcdh; vk?kw.kZi zfr bZdkbZvk; r u

(B)

dqy pqEcdh; vk?kw.kZi zfr bZdkbZvk; r u

(C) , d l fn' k j kf' k r Fkk ft l dhbZdkbZAm 1 gSA

(D) nksuksa(b) o (c)

zfr bZdkbZvk; r u (C) , d l fn' k j kf' k r Fkk ft

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97. An iron rod of subjected to a

0.2 cm 2 cross-sectional area is magnetising field of 1200 Am 1 .

The susceptibility of iron is 599. The permeability will be

(A)

7.9 × 10 5 T m/A

(B) 8.0 × 10 22 T m/A

(C)

7.5 × 10 4 T m/A (D)1.8 × 10 5 T m/A

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97. 0.2 cm 2 vuqi zLFkdkV {ks=kQy dh,d yksgsdhNM+1200 Am 1 ds,d pqEcdh; {ks=kesa' kkfl r dht kr hgSAyksgsdh l qxzkfgr k(susceptibility) 599 gSApqEcd' khyr kgksxhA

(A)

7.9 × 10 5 T m/A

(B) 8.0 × 10 22 T m/A

(C)

7.5 × 10 4 T m/A (D)1.8 × 10 5 T m/A

Directions (Q. Nos. 98–99) Answer the following questions based on given figure.

fn; sfp=ki j vk/kkfj r fuEufyf[ kr i z' uks(98–99) ds mÙkj nhft , sA

B B a 1.5 a 1.5 b b 1.0 1.0 0.5 0.5 O –200 100
B
B
a
1.5
a
1.5
b
b
1.0
1.0
0.5
0.5
O
–200
100 200
H
O
–200
100 200
H
–0.5
Am –1
–0.5
Am –1
–1.0
–1.0
e
e
1.5
1.5
d
d
98. From the figure, the retentivity or remanence is
98.
fp=kl s/kkj.k{kerk(retantivity) ; kvo'ks"k(remanence) gksxkA
(A)
value of B at H = 0
(A)
H i j B dk eku = 0 gSA
(B)
value of B at H = 100
(B)
H i j B dk eku = 100 gSA
(C)
value of B at H = –100
(C)
H i j B dk eku = –100 gSA
(D)
value of B at H = –10
(D)
H i j B dk eku = –10 gSA
99. For a given value of H, B is not unique but
depends on the magnetic history of the
sample. This phenomenon is called
9 9.
H dsfn; sx; seku dsfy; sB vf} r h; (unique) ughgS]
ysfdu l sEi y dspqEcdh; bfr gkl i j fuHkZj dj r k gSA ; g
?kVuk dgykr hgS&
(A)
coercivity
(B) remanence
(A)
fuxzkfgr k (B) vo' ks"k(remanence )
(C)
retentivity
(D) hysteresis
(C)
/kkj .k{ker k (D) ' kSfFkY; rk(hysteresis)
100. In which direction will the galvanometer
deflection be, when the magnet is pulled away
100.
from the coil ? (Given deflection was towards
dkSul hfn' kkesa/kkjkeki hfo{ksfi r gksxk] t c pqEcd dq.Myh
l snwj [ khapht kr hgS\ ( fn; k gSfo{ksi .k a dhvksj Fkk t c
pqEcd dq.Myhdhvksj /kdsyhxbZ)
a when magnet was pushed towards coil)
N
S
N
S
a
a
G
b
G
b
(A)
a dhvksj
(A)
towards a
(B)
no deflection
(B)
dksbZfo{ksi .kughgksxkA
(C)
towards b
(C)
b dhvksj
(D)
indicator oscillates between a and b
(D)
l wpd a o b dschp nksfyr gksr k gSA

101.

A square of side a metre lies in the YZ-plane

in a region, where the magnetic field is given

(3i 3j ˆ 4k) T, where B 0 is constant.

The magnitude of flux passing through the square is

B = B 0

ˆ

ˆ

(A)

2B 0 a 2 Wb

(B) 5B 0 a 2 Wb

(C)

3B 0 a 2 Wb

(D) 4B 0 a 2 Wb

10 1.

a ehVj Hkqt k dk , d oxZ, d {ks=k esaYZ- r y esagS] t gk¡

4k) T } kjkfn; kt kr k

gSA t gk¡ B 0 fu; r kad gSA oxZl sxqt j usokys¶yLd dk i fj ek.k gksxk &

pqEcdh; {ks=k B = B 0

(3i ˆ 3j ˆ

ˆ

(A)

2B 0 a 2 Wb

(B) 5B 0 a 2 Wb

(C)

3B 0 a 2 Wb

(D) 4B 0 a 2 Wb

3j ˆ ˆ (A) 2B 0 a 2 Wb (B) 5B 0 a 2 Wb (C)

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MOCK TEST - 1 [NEET]

102. A circular disc of radius 0.2 m is placed in a

uniform magnetic field of induction

1

  

Wb

m

2

 

10 2.

in such a way that its axis makes an angle of

60° with B. The magnetic flux linked with the disc is

0.2 m f=kT; k dh, d o`Ùkkdkj pdr h

1

   m

Wb

2

i zsj.kds

, d l Ek: i pqEcdh; {ks=k esabl

bl dk v{k B dsl kFk 60° dk dksa.k cukr k gSA pdr h l s

l Ec} pqEcdh; ¶yLd gksxkA

i zdkj j [ kh t kr h gS] fd

(A) 0.02 Wb (B) 0.06 Wb (C) 0.08 Wb (C) 0.08 Wb (D) 0.01 Wb
(A)
0.02 Wb
(B) 0.06 Wb
(C) 0.08 Wb
(C)
0.08 Wb
(D) 0.01 Wb
103. At a given place, horizontal and vertical
components of earth's magnetic fields B H and
B V are along X and Y-axes, respectively as
shown in the figure. What is the total flux of
earth's magnetic field associated with an area
S, if the area S is in the XY- plane ?
103. , d fn; sx; sLFkku i j i `FohdspqEcdh; {ks=kksds{kSfr t vkSSj
Å/okZ/kj ?kVd fp=kkuql kj X vkSj Y-v{kdsvuqfn' kØe' k%
B H vkSj B V gSA {ks=kQy S dsl kFk l fEefyr i `Foh ds
pqEcdh; {ks=k dk dqy ¶yLd D; k gksxk] ; fn {ks=kQy S,
XY- r y esgS?
Y
Y
B V
B V
X
X
B H
B H
Z
Z
(A)
0
(B) B H S
(A)
0
(B) B H S
(C)
B V S
(D) (B H + B V )S
(C)
B V S
(D) (B H + B V )S
10 4.
cy dq.Myhesa
104. In the given situation, the bar magnet
experiences a
force due to the
nhxbZfLFkfr esaNM+pqEcd
dsdkj .k vuqHko dj r hgSA
in coil.
N
N
N

(A) 0.02 Wb

(B) 0.06 Wb (D) 0.01 Wb

(A)

an attractive, air

(B)

an attractive, induced current

(C)

repulsive, induced current

(D)

attractive, vacuum

(A)

vkd"kZ.k] gok

(B)

vkd"kZ.k] i zsfj r /kkj k

(C)

i zfr d"kZ.k] i zsfj r /kkj k

(D)

vkd"kZ.k] fuokZr

gok (B) vkd"kZ.k] i zsfj r /kkj k (C) i zfr d"kZ.k] i zsfj r /kkj

MOCK TEST - 1 [NEET]

105. Match the items of Column I with those of Column II and choose the correct option from the codes given below.

A. d × × × × × × a × × × × × ×
A.
d
×
×
× ×
× ×
a
×
×
× ×
× ×
×
×
c
× ×
× ×
×
×
× ×
× ×
b
×
×
× ×
× ×

1. b a c b

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105. Lr EHkI dsi nksadksLr aHkII dsi nksal sfeykb,sr Fkkuhpsfn; s x; sdksMksl sl ghfodYi pqfu, sA

A. d × × × × × × a × × × × × ×
A.
d
×
× ×
×
× ×
a
×
× ×
×
× ×
×
× ×
c
×
× ×
×
× ×
×
× ×
b
×
× ×
×
× ×
×
× ×
×
× ×

1. b a c b

× × × × × × B. B. a a c c 2. a b
×
×
× ×
× ×
B.
B.
a
a
c
c
2. a b c d a
2. a b c d a
b
b
C.
C.
a
a
b
b
3. d a c b
3. d a c b
c
c
d
d
A
B
C
A
B
C
(A)
3
1
2
(A)
3
1
2
(B)
2
1
2
(B)
2
1
2
(C)
1
2
3
(C)
1
2
3
(D)
1
3
2
(D)
1
3
2
106.
Two identical magnetic dipoles of magnetic
moment 1.0 A-m 2 each, placed at a separation
of 2m with their axis perpendicular to each
other. The resultant magnetic field at a point
midway between dipoles is
106.
nks, dl eku pqEcdh; fnz/kqzo (i zR; sd dk pqEcdh; vk?kw.kZ
1.0 A-m 2 gS) ,d nwl j sl s2m nwj hi j ,d nwl jsdhv{kksa
dsyEcor ~j[ ksx; sgSAnksuksaf} /kzqoksadse/; ekxZds, d fcUnq
i j i fj .kkehpqEcdh; {ks=k gS&
S
S
1m
1m
S
N
O
S
N
O
N
N
2M
2M
(A)
7
7
(A)
7
(B)
7
5
10
T
(B)
3
10
T
5
10
T
3
10
T
(C)
7
(D)
zero
(C)
7
(D) ' kwU;
2
10
T
2
10
T
107.
A magnet of length 14 cm and magnetic moment
 is broken into two parts of length 6 cm and 8
cm. They are put at right angles to each other
with opposite poles together. The magnetic dipole
moment of the combination is-
107.
14 cm yEckbZvkSj pqEcdh; vk?kw.kZ okyh, d pqEcd dks
6 cm vkSj 8 cm dsnksVqdM+ksesar ksM+k x; k gSA foi fj r /
kzqoksadksl kFkj[ kr sgq, bUgsa, d nwl jsl sl edks.ki j j [ kkx; k
gSA l a; kst u dkpqEcdh; fnz/kwo vk?kw.kZgSA
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×

(A)

(C)

1.4

1.4

(B)

(D) 2.8

(A)

(C)

1.4

1.4

(B)

(D) 2.8

× ( A ) (C)  1.4 1.4  (B)  (D) 2.8  ( A

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MOCK TEST - 1 [NEET]

108.

If 1 ,2 ,3 and 4 are the magnetic torque

acting on the bar magnet when it kept at an

angles of 30°, 60°, 90° and 135° with the direction of magnatic field. Then-

(A)

1 >

2 > 3 > 4

(B) 3 >

1 > 2 > 4

(C)

4 >

3 > 2 > 1

(D) 3 > 2 > 4 > 1

108. t c fdl h NM+pqEcd dkspqEcdh; {ks=k l sØe' k%30°, 60°, 90° vkSj 135° dks.kcukr sgq, j [ kkt kosr kspqEcd

i j yxusokyscy vk?kw.kZØe' k%1 ,2 ,3, 4 gS] r ks-

(A)

1 >

2 > 3 > 4

(B)

3 >

1 > 2 > 4

(C)

4 > 3 > 2 > 1

(D)

3 > 2 > 4 > 1

109. A rod of a paramagnetic substance is placed in 109. vuqpqEcdh; i nkFkZdh, d
109.
A rod of a paramagnetic substance is placed in
109. vuqpqEcdh; i nkFkZdh, d NM+dksvl eku pqEcdh; {ks=k esa
a non-uniform magnetic field. Which of the
following figure shows its alighnment in the field?
j [ kk x; k gS] fuEu esal sdkSul k fp=k {ks=k esabl dsfoU; kl
(alignment) dksi znf' kZr djr kgS-
N
S
N
S
S
(A)
(B)
N
(A) N
S
(B)
N
S
(C)
N
S
(D)
N
S
(C) N
S
(D)
110.
The tangent galvanometers having coils of
the same radius are connected in series. A
current flowing in them produces deflections
of 60° and 45° respectively. The ratio of the
110. Li ' kZT; k/kkjkeki hft uesal eku f=kT; kokyhdq.Mfy; k¡gSdks
Js.khØe esat ksM+k x; k gSA buesa, d /kkj k i zokfgr dj usi j
Øe' k%60° vkSj 45° fo{ksi mRi Uu gksr sgSA dq.Myhesa?ksj ksa
dhl a[ ; k dk vuqi kr gS-
number of turns in the coil is:
(A)
(4/3)
(B) (
3  1) /1
(A)
(4/3)
(B) (
3  1) /1
3
 
  1
3
 1
(C)
(D)
 
 
3 /1
(C)
(D)
3
3 /1
  1
 
3
 1
 
 
111.
The vertical component of earth’s magnetic
field is zero at –
111 .
i `FohdspqEcdh; {ks=k dk Å/okZ/kj ?kVd ' kwU; gksr k gS&
(A)
pqEcdh; fuj {ki j
(A)
magnetic equator
(B)
pqEcdh; /kzqo i j
(B)
magnetic pole
(C)
HkkSxksfyd /kzqoksai j
(C)
geographic poles
(D)
90° ns' kkUr j i j
(D)
at 90° latitude
112.
A dip needle which is free to move in a
112.
,

vertical plane perpendicular to magnetic

meridian will remain –

(A)

horizontal

(B)

vertical

(C)

neither horizontal nor vertical

(D) nothing can be said

d ufr l qbZt kspqEcdh; ; kE; ksÙkj dsyEcor r y esxfr dj usdsfy, Lor U=k gS&

(A)

{kSfr t j gsxh

(B)

Å/okZ/kj j gsxh

(C)

uk {kSfr t uk gh Å/okZ/kj j gsxh

(D)

dqN dgkught kl dr k

{kSfr t j gsxh (B) Å/okZ/kj j gsxh (C) uk {kSfr t uk gh Å/okZ/kj j

MOCK TEST - 1 [NEET]

113. Moment of inertia of a thin semicircular disc (mass = M & radius = R) about an axis through point O and perpendicular to plane of disc, is given by :

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113. ,d i r yhv) Zo`Ùkkdkj pdr h(æO; eku = M o f=kT; k= R) ft l dk v{k O i j r Fkkpdr hdsr y dsyEcor ~gS] ml dk

t M+Rok?kw.kZgksxk& :

O

O R R 1 1 2 2 MR MR 1 1 (A) (B) 2 2
O
R
R
1
1
2
2
MR
MR
1
1
(A)
(B)
2
2
(A)
MR
(B)
MR
4
2
4
2
1
2
(C)
MR
(D) MR 2
1
2
MR
8
(C)
(D) MR 2
8
114.
114. Three thin rods each of length L and mass M
are placed along x, y and z -axes in such a
way that one end of each of the rods is at
the origin. The moment of inertia of this
system about z-axis is :
L yEckbZvkSj M nzO; eku dh i zR; sd i r yh r hu NM+sx, y
vkSj z - v{kdsvuqfn' kbl i zdkj j [ khxbZgSfd i zR; sd NM+
dk , d fl j k ewy fcUnqi j gSA z- v{k dspkj ksvksj bl
fudk; dk t MRo vk?kw.kZgSA
Z
2
Z
2ML
2
2ML
(A)
3
(A)
3
3
3
2
4ML
L
2
4ML
(B)
L
(B)
3
3
O
LL
L
2
Y
O
LL
5ML
2
2
Y
5ML
(C)
2
(C)
L
3
1
3
1
X
2
ML
X
2
ML
(D)
(D)
3
3
115 .
115. Figure shows a thin metallic triangular sheet ABC.
The mass of the sheet is M. The moment of
inertia of the sheet about side AC is :
fp=kkuql kj , d i r yh/kkfRod f=kHkqt kdkj ' khV ABC gS' khV
dk nzO; eku M gSA Hkqt k AC dspkj ksavksj ' khV dk t M+Ro
vk?kw.kZgS
A
l
B
A
l
B
90°
90°
l
l
C
C

(A)

(C)

Ml

2

18

2

Ml 6

(B)

(D)

Ml

2

12

Ml

2

4

(A)

(C)

Ml

2

18

2

Ml 6

(B)

(D)

Ml

2

12

Ml

2

4

l l C C (A) (C) M l 2 1 8 2 M l 6 (B)

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MOCK TEST - 1 [NEET]

116. Moment of inertia of a uniform horizontal cylinder of mass M about an axis passing through its edge and perpendicular to the axis of the cylinder when its length is 6 times its radius R is :

(A)

39MR

2

4

(B) 39MR

4

116. csyu dsv{kdsyEcor ~vkSj bl dsfl jksal sxqt jusokys, d v{kdspkj ksvksj M nzO; eku ds, d l eku {kSfr t csyu dk

t M+Ro vk?kw.kZD; kgksxk] t c bl dhyEckbZ] bl dhf=kT; kdh

6 xquk gS&

(A)

39MR

2

4

(B) 39MR

4

2 2 49MR 49MR (C) 49MR 49MR (C) (D) (D) 4 4 4 4 117.
2
2
49MR
49MR
(C) 49MR
49MR
(C)
(D)
(D)
4
4
4
4
117.
Four holes of radius R are cut from a thin
square plate of side 4R and mass M. The
moment of inertia of the remaining portion
about z-axis is :
117.
R f=kT; k dspkj fNnzM nzO; eku vkSj 4R Hkqt k dh , d
i r yhoxkZdkj IysV l sdkVst kr sgSAz-v{kdspkjksvkjs ' ks"k
cpsHkkx dk t M+Ro vk?kw.kZgS&
y
y
(A)
MR
(A)
MR
12
12
4

4 
2
2
MR
MR
(B)
(B)
3
4
x
 
3
4
x
 
8
10 
 
8
10 
2
2
MR
MR
(C)
(C)
3
16
3
16
4

 
4

2
2
MR
MR
(D)
(D)
3 6
3 6
 
 
 
118.
When a torque acting upon a system is zero.
Which of the following will be constant ?
118.
t c , d fudk; dsmi j dk; Zj r cyk?kw.kZ' kwU; gSA fuEu esa
l sdkSul k fu; r gksxk &
(A)
Force
(A)
cy
(B)
Linear momentum
(B)
j s[ kh; l aosx
(C)
Angular momentum
(C)
dks.kh; l aosx
(D)
Linear impulse
(D)
j s[ kh; vkosx
119.
A particle of mass m = 5 units is moving with
119.
m = 5 bdkbZnzO; eku dk , d d.k j s[ kk Y = X + 4.
a uniform speed  = 3 2 m in the XOY-plane
dsvuqfn' kr y XOY-esa, d l eku pky  = 3 2 m l s
along the line Y = X + 4. The magnitude of
the angular momentum of the particle about
the origin is :
py jgkgSAewy fcUnqdspkj ksavksj d.kdsdks.kh; l aosx dk
i fj ek.k gS:
(A)
zero
(B) 60 unit
(A)
' kwU;
(B) 60 bdkbZ
(C)
7.5 unit
(D) 40
2 unit
(C)
7.5 bdkbZ
(D) 40
2 bdkbZ
120.
A cord is bound round the circumference of a
120.
, d Mksj h R f=kT; k ds, d i fg; sdh i fj f/k dspkj ksavksj
cka/kht kr hgSA i fg; sdk v{k{kSfr t gSvkSj bl dspkjksavksj
t M+Ro vk?kw.kZI gSA,d Hkkj mg Mksj hdsfl j sl st ksM+kt kr k
gSvkSj foj ke l sfxj k; k t kr k gSA h nwj h l sfxj usdsckn

wheel of radius R. The axis of the wheel is horizontal and moment of inertia about it is I. A weight mg is attached to the end of the cord and falls from rest. After falling through distance h, the angular velocity of the wheel will be :

fg; sdk dks.kh; osx gksxk &

i

(A)

(C)

2gh

I

mr

2mgh

I

2m

1/2

1/2

(B)

(D)

 2mgh  2   I  mr   2gh
2mgh
2
 
I
 mr
 
2gh

1/2

(A)

(C)

2gh

I

mr

2mgh

I

2m

1/2

1/2

(B)

(D)

 2mgh  2   I  mr   2gh
2mgh
2
 
I
 mr
 
2gh

1/2

 mr    2mgh I  2m    1/2 1/2 (B) (D)

MOCK TEST - 1 [NEET]

121. Four 2 kg masses are connected by 1/4 m

spokes to an axle as in figure given below. A

force F of 24 N acts on a lever 1/2 m long to

produce an angular acceleration . The

magnitude of (in rad/sec 2 ) is :

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121. fp=kkuql kj uhps, d v{ki j 1/4 m r hyh} kj kpkj 2kg

nzO; eku t ksMst kr sgSA, d 1/2 m yEcsgRFksi j ,d dks.kh;

Roj .k mRi Uu dj usdsfy, 24 N dk , d cy F dk; Zj r

gSA dk i fj ek.k (rad/sec 2 esa)

F F 1 1 m m 2 30° 2 30° (A) 24 (B) 12 (A)
F
F
1
1
m
m
2
30°
2
30°
(A)
24
(B) 12
(A)
24
(B) 12
(C)
6
(D) 3
(C)
6
(D) 3
122. In figure (i), a metre stick, half of which is
122 .
fp=k(i) esa,d ehVj NM+t ksvk/khydM+hdhgSvkSj nwl jkvk/
wood and the other half steel is pivoted at
kkHkkx LVhy dkg]SO i j ydM+hdsfl jsi j fLFkr gSvkSj ,d
the wooden end at O and a force F is applied
cy F LVhy dssfl jsa i j vkjksfi r fd; kt krkgSAfp=k(ii) esa
to the steel end a. In figure (ii) the stick is
NM+O' i j LVhy dsfl jsi j fLFkr dht kr hgSvkSj l eku cy
pivoted at the steel end at O’ and the same
F ydM+hdsfl jsa' i j vkjksfi r fd; kt kr kgSAdks.kh; Roj.k
force F is applied at the wooden end at a’.
The angular acceleration :
O
Wood
Steel
a
F
(i)
O
Wood
Steel
a
F
O'
Steel
Wood
a'
F
(i)
O'
Steel
Wood
a'
F
(A)
(i) esa(ii) l sT; knk gSA
(A)
in (i) is greater than (ii)
(B)
(ii) esa(i) l sT; knk gS
(B)
in (ii) is greater than (i)
(C)
nksuks(i) vkSj (ii) esacj kcj gS
(C)
is equal in both (i) and (ii)
(D)
mi ; qDr esal sdksbZugh
(D)
none of the above
123. A wheel is rotating about an axis through its
123.
centre at 720 rpm. It is acted on by a
constant torque opposing its motion for 8
seconds to bring it to rest finally. The value
, d i fg; k 720 rpm i j bl dsdsUnzl s, d v{k dspkj ksa
vksj ?kwe jgkgSAvUr esabl sfojke i j ykusdsfy, 8 l Sd.M
dsfy, bl dhxfr dsfoi j hr bl i j , d fu; r cyk?kw.kZ
dk; Zj r gSA cyk?kw.kZdk eku gS(N-m esa)

of torque (in N-m) is : (Given I =

24 kg m )

2

(A)

48

(B) 72

(C)

96

(D) 120

( fn; k gSI =

24 kg m )

2

(A)

48

(B) 72

(C)

96

(D) 120

(B) 72 (C) 96 (D) 120 ( fn; k gS I = 2 4 kg 

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MOCK TEST - 1 [NEET]

124.

A uniform rod of length L is free to rotate in

a vertical plane about a fixed horizontal axis

through B. The rod begins rotating from rest from its unstable equilibrium position . When

it has turned through an angle its average

angular velocity  is given as :

124. L yEckbZdh,d , d l eku NM+B l s, d fLFkj {kSSfr t v{k dspkj ksavksj , d Å/okZ/kj r y esaeqDr : i l s?kwer hgSA NM+ bl dhvLFkkbZl kE; koLFkkl sfoj ke l s?kweuki zkjEHkdjr hgSA

t c ; g ,d  dkssa.kl s?kqekbZt kr hgSr c bl dkdks.kh; osx

fn; k t kr k gS&

L
L

6g sin

L
L

6g sin

(A)   (A)   A A A' A'   (B) 6g sin
(A)
(A)
A
A
A'
A'
(B)
6g sin
(B)
6g sin
L
L
L
2
L
2
(C)
6g cos
(C)
6g cos
L
2
L
2
B B'
B B'
(D)
6g cos
(D)
6g cos
L
L
125.
A
uniform thin rod is bent in the form of closed
loop ABCDEFA as shown in the figure. The
ratio of moment of inertia of the loop about
x-axis to that about y-axis is -
125. fp=kkuql kj ,d ,dl eku i r yhNM+,d cUn ywi ABCDEFA
ds: i esaekMs +ht kr hgSA x- v{k dspkj ksvksj vkSj y- v{kds
pkj ksvksj ywi dst M+Ro vk?kw.kZdk vuqi kr gS&
y
y
C
C
Semicircle
Semicircle
A
B
D E
A
B
D E
x
x
2r
2r
Semicircle
Semicircle
F
F
(A)
> 1
(B) < 1
(A)
> 1
(B) < 1
(C)
= 1
(D) = 1/2
(C)
= 1
(D) = 1/2
126.
Figure shows a uniform disc of radius R, from
which a hole of radius R/2 has been cut out
from left of the centre and is placed on the
right of the centre of the disc. Find the CM
of the resulting disc.
126. fp=kkuql kj R f=kT; kdh,d l eku pdr hft l l sR/2 f=kT; k
dk, d fNnzdsUnzdsck; sl sdkV dj cgkj i fj .kkehpdr h
dk CM Kkr dj ks&
y
y
(–R/2,0)
(R/2,0)
x
(–R/2,0)
(R/2,0)
x
O
O R
O
R
R
R

(A)

(R/4,0)

(B) (–R/4,0)

(C)

(R/2,0)

(D) (–R/2,0)

(A)

(R/4,0)

(B) (–R/4,0)

(C)

(R/2,0)

(D) (–R/2,0)

(B) (–R/4,0) (C) (R/2,0) (D) (–R/2,0) (A) (R/4,0) (B) (–R/4,0) (C) (R/2,0) (D) (–R/2,0)

MOCK TEST - 1 [NEET]

127. Centre of mass of three particles of masses

1kg, 2kg and 3kg lies at the point (1,2,3) and

centre of mass of another system of particles

3 kg and 2 kg lies at the point (–1, 3, –2).

Where s hould we put a particle of mass 5 kg

so that thecentre of mass of entire system

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127. 1kg, 2kg r Fkk3kg nzO; ekuksadsr hu d.kksadsnzO; eku dsanz fcUnq(1,2,3) i j gSr Fkk 3 kg r Fkk 2 kg d.kksad svU; fudk; dk nzO; eku dsanzfcUnq(–1, 3, –2) i j gSA 5 kg nzO; eku dk d.k dgk¡ j [ kk t k; sxk r kfd l Ei w.kZfudk; dk nzO; eku dsanzi zFke fudk; dsnzO; eku dsanzi j j [ kkt k; sxk\