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IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS egRoiw . kZ funs Z ' k
Do not open this Test Booklet until you are asked to do so. bl ijh{kk iq fLrdk dks rc rd u [kksysa tc rd dgk u tk,A
1. Immediately fill in the form number on this page of the Test Booklet 1. ijh{kk iqfLrdk ds bl i`"B ij vko';d fooj.k uhys@dkys ckWy ikbaV isu
with Blue/Black Ball Point Pen. Use of pencil is strictly prohibited. ls rRdky HkjsaA isfUly dk iz;ksx fcYdqy oftZr gSaA
2. The candidates should not write their Form Number anywhere else 2. ijh{kkFkhZ viuk QkeZ ua- (fu/kkZfjr txg ds vfrfjä) ijh{kk iqfLrdk @ mÙkj
(except in the specified space) on the Test Booklet/Answer Sheet. i= ij dgha vkSj u fy[ksaA
3. The test is of 3 hours duration. 3. ijh{kk dh vof/k 3 ?ka V s gSA
4. The Test Booklet consists of 90 questions. The maximum marks are 4. bl ijh{kk iqfLrdk esa 90 iz'u gaSA vf/kdre vad 360 gSaA
360.
5. There are three parts in the question paper A,B,C consisting of 5. bl ijh{kk iqfLrdk es a rhu Hkkx A, B, C gSa] ftlds izR;sd Hkkx esa
Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics having 30 questions in each jlk;u foKku] xf.kr ,oa HkkSfrd foKku ds 30 iz'u gaS vkSj lHkh iz'uksa ds vad
part of equal weightage. Each question is allotted 4 (four) marks for
leku gASa izR;sd iz'u ds lgh mÙkj ds fy, 4 (pkj)vad fuèkkZfjr fd;s x;s gAaS
correct response.

6. One Fourth mark will be deducted for indicated incorrect response 6. izR;sd xyr mÙkj ds fy, ml iz'u ds dqy vad dk ,d pkSF kkbZ vad dkVk
of each question. No deduction from the total score will be made tk;sxkA mÙkj iqfLrdk esa dksbZ Hkh mÙkj ugha Hkjus ij dqy izkIrkad esa ls
if no response is indicated for an item in the Answer Sheet. ½.kkRed vadu ugha gksxkA
7. Use Blue/Black Ball Point Pen only for writting particulars/marking 7. mÙkj i= ds i` " B&1 ,oa i` " B&2 ij okafNr fooj.k ,oa mÙkj vafdr djus gsrq
responses on Side–1 and Side–2 of the Answer Sheet. dsoy uhys@ dkys ckWy ikba V isu dk gh iz;ksx djsaA
Use of pencil is strictly prohibited. isf Uly dk iz ;ksx loZ Fkk oftZr gSA
8. No candidate is allowed to carry any textual material, printed or written, 8. ijh{kkFkhZ }kjk ijh{kk d{k @ gkWy esa ifjp; i= ds vykok fdlh Hkh
bits of papers, pager, mobile phone any electronic device etc, except izdkj dh ikB~; lkexzh eqfær ;k gLrfyf[kr dkxt dh ifpZ;ksa] istj]
eksckby Qksu ;k fdlh Hkh izdkj ds bysDVªkfud midj.kksa ;k fdlh vU;
the Identity Card inside the examination hall/room.
izdkj dh lkexzh dks ys tkus ;k mi;ksx djus dh vuqefr ugha gSaA
9. Rough work is to be done on the space provided for this purpose in 9. jQ dk;Z ijh{kk iqfLrdk esa dsoy fu/kkZfjr txg ij gh dhft;sA
the Test Booklet only.
10. On completion of the test, the candidate must hand over the Answer 10. ijh{kk lekIr gksus ij] ijh{kkFkhZ d{k@gkWy NksM+us ls iwoZ mÙkj i= d{k fujh{kd
Sheet to the invigilator on duty in the Room/Hall. However, the dks vo'; lkiSa nsAa ijh{kkFkhZ vius lkFk bl ijh{kk iq fLrdk dks ys tk
candidate are allowed to take away this Test Booklet with them. ldrs gaS A
11. Do not fold or make any stray marks on the Answer Sheet. 11. mÙkj i= dks u eksMa+s ,oa u gh ml ij vU; fu'kku yxk,saA
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PART A - CHEMISTRY
1. m-Bromoanisole reacts with NaNH 2 in liquid 1. esVk&czkseks,fulksy dh fØ;k nzo veksfu;k dh mifLFkfr esa
ammonia to give mainly. NaNH2 ls djkus ij eq[; mRikn gksxk
(1) m-methoxyaniline (1) m-methoxyaniline
(2) o-methoxyaniline (2) o-methoxyaniline
(3) p-methoxyaniline (3) p-methoxyaniline
(4) o, m and p-methoxyaniline in equal amounts (4) o, m and p-methoxyaniline in equal amounts
2. 4-Hydroxybenzenesulphonic acid is treated with 2. 4-gkbMªksDlh csUthu lYQksfud vEy dh fØ;k czksehu ty
bromine water. The product formed is - ls djkus ij curk gS -
(1) 2, 4, 6-tribromophenol (1) 2, 4, 6-tribromophenol
(2) 3, 5-dibromo-4-hydroxybenzenesulphonic acid (2) 3, 5-dibromo-4-hydroxybenxenesulphonic acid
(3) 3-bromo-4-hydroxybenzenesulphonic acid (3) 3-bromo-4-hydroxybenzenesulphonic acid
(4) 2, 6-dibromophenol (4) 2, 6-dibromophenol
3. The final product (B) formed in the reaction sequence 3. fØ;k dk vfUre mRikn (B) gksxk &
CH3 CH3

¾¾¾¾
NBS / CCl4
heat
® A ¾¾¾¾
CH3ONa
® B , product (B) is ¾¾¾¾
NBS / CCl4
heat
® A ¾¾¾¾
CH3ONa
® B , mRikn (B) gS

(1) —CO 2CH3 (1) —CO 2CH3

(2) —OCH 3 (2) —OCH 3

(3) CH3O— —CH3 (3) CH3O— —CH3

(4) —CH 2OCH 3 (4) —CH 2OCH 3

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4. Benxoylation of phenol with benzoyl chloride in 4. ruq NaOH dh mifLFkfr esa QhukWy dk csUtks;fydj.k
the presence of dilute NaOH gives phenyl benzoate. csUtks;y DyksjkbM + ls djkus ij Qsfuy csUtks,V curk gS ;g
This reaction is an example of fuEu esa ls fdl fØ;k dk mnkgj.k gaS
(1) Friedel – Crafts reaction (1) Friedel – Crafts reaction
(2) Reimer – Tiemann reaction (2) Reimer – Tiemann reaction
(3) Claisen – Schmidt reaction (3) Claisen – Schmidt reaction
(4) Schotten – Baumann reaction (4) Schotten – Baumann reaction
5. Mutarotation involves - 5. E;wVkjksV's ku esa gksrk gS -
(1) Racemization (1) jsflfedj.k
(2) optical resolution (2) izdkf'k; i`FkDdj.k
(3) conformational inversion (3) la:i.k izfriu
(4) Diastereoisomerization (4) foofje leko;fodj.k
6. Globular protein is present in - 6. XyksC;wyj izksVhu fdlesa mifLFkr gS -
(1) Blood (1) jDr
(2) Milk (2) nw/k
(3) Eggs (3) v.Ms
(4) All of these (4) mijksä lHkh
7. In a nucleotide the phosphate linkage is generally 7. U;wfDy;ksVkbM esa QkLQsV ca/ku lkekU;r;k fdl dkcZu ls
attached to - tqM+k gksrk gS -
(1) C-1 of the sugar (1) 'kdZjk ds C-1 ds lkFk
(2) C-2 of the sugar (2) 'kdZjk ds C-2 ds lkFk
(3) C-5 of the sugar (3) 'kdZjk ds C-5 ds lkFk
(4) nitrogen atom of the base (4) {kkj ds ukbVªkstu ds lkFk
8. Which of the following does not reduce fehling's 8. fuEu esa ls dkSulk Qsgfyax foy;u dks vipf;r ugha djrk
solution ? gS ?
(1) Glucose (1) Glucose
(2) Benzaldehyde (2) Benzaldehyde
(3) Sucrose (3) Sucrose
(4) Both (2) and (3) (4) Both (2) and (3)

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9. The volume-temperature graph of a given mass of 9. fLFkj nkc ij vkn'kZ xSl ds fn;s x, æO;eku dk vk;ru
an ideal gas at constant pressure are shown below. rkieku xzkQ uhps iznf'kZr fd;k x;k gAS
P2 P2
P3 P3
P1 P1
V V

O 273 T(K) O 273 T(K)


What is the correct order of pressures nkc dk lgh Øe D;k gS
(1) P1 > P3 > P2 (2) P1 > P2 > P3 (1) P1 > P3 > P2 (2) P1 > P2 > P3
(3) P2 > P3 > P1 (4) P2 > P1 > P3 (3) P2 > P3 > P1 (4) P2 > P1 > P3
10. Vander Waal's equation of state is oberyed by real 10. ok.Mj okWy lehdj.k dk okLrfod xSlksa }kjk ikyu fd;k
gases. For n moles of a real gas, the expression will tkrk g]S okLrfod xlS ds n eksyksa ds fy;s fuEu esa ls dkuS lk
be :- lehdj.k lgh gS :-

(1) æç + 2 öæ
P na V ö æ P na öæ V ö
÷ç ÷ = RT (1) ç + 2 ÷ç ÷ = RT
è n V øè n - b ø è n V øè n - b ø

(2) æç P + 2 ö÷ (V - b) = nRT (2) æç P + 2 ö÷ (V - b) = nRT


a a
è V ø è V ø

(3) æç P + 2 ö÷ (nV - b) = nRT (3) æç P + 2 ö÷ (nV - b) = nRT


na na
è V ø è V ø

æ n 2a ö æ 2
ö
(4) ç P + 2 ÷ (V - nb) = nRT (4) ç P + n a ÷ (V - nb) = nRT
è V ø è V ø
2

11. The heat change for the following reaction at 298K 11. ;fn 298 K ,oa fLFkj nkc ij fuEu vfHkfØ;k ds fy, Å"ek
and at constant pressure is +7.3 kcal esa ifjorZu +7.3 kcal gS
A2B(s) ® 2A(s) + 1/2B2(g), DH = +7.3 kcal A2B(s) ® 2A(s) + 1/2B2(g), DH = +7.3 kcal
The heat change at constant volume would be:- rks fLFkj vk;ru ij Å"ek esa ifjorZu gksxk :-
(1) 7.3 kcal (2) More than 7.3 (1) 7.3 kcal (2) 7.3 ls vf/kd
(3) Zero (4) None of these (3) 'kwU; (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
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12. 6 moles of an ideal gas expand isothermally and 12. fdlh vkn'kZ xSl ds 6 eksy dks 27ºC ij 1 yhVj vk;ru
reversibly from a volume of 1 litre to a volume of ls 10 yhVj vk;ru rd lerkih; ,oa mRØe.kh; :i ls
10 litres at 27ºC. What is the maximum work done:- iz l kfjr fd;k tkrk g S rks fd;k x;k vf/kdre dk;Z
gksxk :-
(1) 47 kJ (2) 100 kJ (1) 47 kJ (2) 100 kJ
(3) 0 (4) 34.465 kJ (3) 0 (4) 34.465 kJ
13. The entropy values (in JK –1 mol –1 ) of 13. 298 K ,oa 1 ok;qe.Myh; nkc ij H2(g), Cl2(g) ,oa HCl(g)
H2(g) = 130.6, Cl2(g) = 223.0 and HCl(g) = 186.7 at ds ,UVªkWih eku (JK–1 mol–1) Øe'k% 130.6, 223.0 ,oa
298 K and 1 atm pressure. Then entropy change for 186.7 gAS rc vfHkfØ;k H2(g) + Cl2(g) ® 2HCl(g) ds fy;s
the reaction H2(g) + Cl2(g) ® 2HCl(g) is :- ,UVªkWih ifjorZu gksxk :-
(1) +540.3 (2) +727.3 (1) +540.3 (2) +727.3
(3) –166.9 (4) +19.8 (3) –166.9 (4) +19.8
14. Given that 14. fn;k x;k gS
2C(s) + 2O2(g) ® 2CO2(g) ; DH = –787 kJ 2C(s) + 2O2(g) ® 2CO2(g) ; DH = –787 kJ
1 1
H2(g) + O (g) ® H2O(l) ; DH = –286 kJ H2(g) + O (g) ® H2O(l) ; DH = –286 kJ
2 2 2 2

1 1
C 2 H 2 (g) + 2 O (g) ® 2CO 2 (g) + H 2 O(l) ; C 2 H 2 (g) + 2 O (g) ® 2CO 2 (g) + H 2 O(l) ;
2 2 2 2
DH = –1301 kJ DH = –1301 kJ
Heat of formation of acetylene is :- ,lhfVyhu dh laHkou Å"ek gS :-
(1) –1802 kJ (2) +1802 kJ (1) –1802 kJ (2) +1802 kJ
(3) –800 kJ (4) +228 kJ (3) –800 kJ (4) +228 kJ
15. At 0ºC and one atm pressure, a gas occupies 15. 0ºC vkSj 1 atm nkc ij ,d xSl dk vk;ru 100 cc
100 cc. If the pressure is increased to one and a gksrk gS ;fn nkc dks 1½ (Ms<) xquk dj fn;k tk;s vkjS izkjfEHkd
half-time and temperature is increased by one-third
rki dks ,d frgkbZ xquk ls c <+k;k tk;s rks xSl dk vfUre
of absolute temperature, then final volume of the
gas will be :- vk;ru gksxk :-
(1) 80 cc (2) 88.9 cc (1) 80 cc (2) 88.9 cc
(3) 66.7 cc (4) 100 cc (3) 66.7 cc (4) 100 cc

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16. 9.0 gm of H2O is vaporised at 100ºC and 1 atm 16. 1 ok;qe.My nkc vkjS 100ºC ij 9.0 xzke H2O okf"ir gksrk
pressure. If the latent heat of vaporisation of water gAS ;fn ty ds ok"iu dh xqIr Å"ek xJ / gm g,S rc DS
is xJ / gm, then DS is given by :- fn;k tkosxk :-
x 18x x 18x
(1) (2) (1) (2)
373 100 373 100
18x 1 18x 18x 1 18x
(3) (4) ´ (3) (4) ´
373 2 373 373 2 373
17. Standard entropy of X2, Y2 and XY3 are 60, 40 and 17. X2 , Y 2 rFkk XY 3 ds ekud ,UVª k W i h Øe'k% 60, 40
50 JK–1 mol –1 , respectively. For the reaction,
1 3
1 3 rFkk 50 JK–1 mol–1 gAS vfHkfØ;k X2 + Y2 ® XY3,
X2 + Y ® XY 3 , DH = –30kJ, to be at 2 2
2 2 2
DH = –30kJ, dks lkE;oLFkk esa gksus ds fy;s rki gksxk :-
equilibrium, the temperature will be :-
(1) 500 K (2) 750 K (1) 500 K (2) 750 K
(3) 1000 K (4) 1250 K (3) 1000 K (4) 1250 K
18. Densities of a gas at different conditions are in the 18. ,d xlS ds ?kuRo vyx&vyx fLFkfr;ksa esa 1 : 2 ds vuqikr
ratio 1 : 2 and their temperatures are in the ratio esa gaS vkSj mlds rkiØe 2 : 1, ds vuqikr esa gaS] rc mlds
2 : 1, then the ratio of their respective pressure
nkcksa dk vuqikr gksxk:-
is :-
(1) 1 : 1 (2) 1 : 2 (3) 2 : 1 (4) 4 : 1 (1) 1 : 1 (2) 1 : 2 (3) 2 : 1 (4) 4 : 1
19. Gas masks containing activated charcoal to remove 19. xSl ekWLd (ftlesa lfØ;rk pkjdksy gksrk gSa)] okrkoj.k ls
poisonous gases from atmosphere acts on the fo"kSyh xSlksa dks nwj djrk gSa ] fdl fl¼kUr ij vk/kkfjr
principle of :- gaS :-
(1) Adsorption (2) Absorption (1) vf/k'kks"k.k (2) vo'kks"k.k
(3) Sorption (4) None of these (3) 'kks"k.k (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
20. Which of the following statements is/are not true:- 20. fuEu esa ls dkuS lk dFku lR; ugha gSa :-
(1) Soap solution form associated colloids at CMC (1) ØkfUrd felSy lkUnzrk ij lkcqu dk foy;u laxqf.kr
(2) Lyophilic colloids are irreversible sols dksykWbM cukrk gaS
(3) Blood is purified by the process of dialysis (2) nzoLusgh dksykbM] vuqRØe.kh; dksykWbM Hkh dgykrs gaAS
(4) Ca+2 and K+ cause coagulation of blood if added (3) viksgu izfØ;k ds }kjk jDr dk 'kqf¼dj.k fd;k tkrk gaS
in excess (4) Ca+2 ,oa K+ jDr dk LdUnu dj ldrs gaS
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21. Plot of log ç ÷ against log P is a straight line 21. log ç ÷ ,oa log P ds e/; xzkQ ,d ljy js[kk gAS ftldh
èmø èmø
inclined at an angle of 45°. When the pressure is <+ky 45° dks.k cukrh gaAS ;fn Ýsadfyd izkWpy (K) dk eku
0.5 atm and freundlich parameter (K) is 10, then 10 gks ,oa tc nkc 0.5 atm gS rks vf/k'kks"kd ds izfr xzke
the amount of solute adsorbed pergram of adsorbent
ij vf/k'kksf "kr] foys ; vf/k'kks" ; dh ek=k D;k gksx h
will be (log 5 = 0.699) :-
(log 5 = 0.699) :-
(1) 1gm (2) 6.99 gm
(3) 3 gm (4) 5 gm (1) 1 xzke (2) 6.99 xzke (3) 3 xzke (4) 5 xzke
22. Which of the following is not a characteristic of 22. fuEufyf[kr esa ls dk S ulk jklk;fud vf/k'kks " k.k dk
chemi-sorption :- vfHkyk{kf.kd xq.k ugha gaS :-
(1) Adsorption is irreversible (1) vf/k'kks"k.k vuqRØe.kh; gaS
(2) Adsorption is specific (2) vf/k'kks"k.k fof'k"V gaS
(3) DH is of the order of 540 KJ (3) Å"ek dh ijkl 540 KJ ds dksfV dh gksrh gaS
(4) Adsorption increases with increase of surface (4) i`"Bh; {ks=Qy c<+us ds lkFk gh] vf/k'kks"k.k esa Hkh o`f¼
area gksrh gaS
23. Select from each set the molecule or ion having 23. izR;sd lewg ls v.kq vFkok vk;u dk p;u dhft, ftlesa
the smallest bond angle : ca/k dks.k U;wure gSa :
(i) NH3,PH3 or AsH3 (ii) O3+, O3 (i) NH3,PH3 ;k AsH3 (ii) O3+, O3
(iii)NO2– or O3 (iii)NO2– ;k O3
(iv) X—S—X angle in SOCl2 and SOF2 (iv) X—S—X angle in SOCl2 and SOF2
(1) NH3, O3+, O3 SOCl2 (1) NH3, O3+, O3 SOCl2
(2) PH3, O3+, NO2–, SOF2 (2) PH3, O3+, NO2–, SOF2
(3) AsH3, O3, NO2–, SOF2 (3) AsH3, O3, NO2–, SOF2
(4) AsH3, O3+, O3, SOF2 (4) AsH3, O3+, O3, SOF2
24. Compare B—B bond length in following molecules : 24. fuEufyf[kr v.kqvksa esa B—B ca/k yackbZ dh rqyuk dhft, :
F F Cl Cl F F Cl Cl
x y x y
B B B B B B B B
F F Cl Cl F F Cl Cl
(solid) (solid)
(1) x > y (2) y > x (1) x > y (2) y > x
(3) x = y (4) None of these (3) x = y (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
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25. Find the maximum number of atoms that lie inthe 25. PCl5 v.kq esa ,d ry esa vf/kdre ijek.kqvksa dh la[;k
same plane in PCl5 molecule : fdruh gksrh gS :
(1) 3 (2) 5 (1) 3 (2) 5
(3) 4 (4) 2 (3) 4 (4) 2
26. Which of the following molecule has 26. fu Eu fy f [k r es a l s f dl v. kq es a vU rjk f. od
intramolecular H-bonding ? H-bonding gks r h g S ?
(1) Orth-nitrophenol (1) Orth-nitrophenol
(2) Ortho-boric acid (2) Ortho-boric acid
(3) Both (1) & (2) (3) (1) o (2) nksuksa
(4) None of these (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
27. The following compounds have been arranged in 27. fuEufyf[kr ;kSfxdksa dks rkih; LFkkf;Ro ds c<+rs gq, Øe esa
order of their increasing thermal stabilities. Identify yxk;k x;k gaAS lgh Øe dks igpkfu, :
the correct order :
K2CO3(I), MgCO3(II), CaCO3(III), BeCO3(IV)
K2CO3(I), MgCO3(II), CaCO3(III), BeCO3(IV)
(1) I < II < III < IV (2) IV < II < III < I (1) I < II < III < IV (2) IV < II < III < I
(3) IV < II < I < III (4) II < IV < III < I (3) IV < II < I < III (4) II < IV < III < I
28. The right order of the solubility of sulphates of 28. {kkjh; e`nk /kkrqvksa ds lYQsV yo.kksa dh foys;rk dk lgh
alkaline earth metals is : Øe gaS :
(1) Be > Ca > Mg > Ba > Sr (1) Be > Ca > Mg > Ba > Sr
(2) Mg > Be > Ba > Ca > Sr (2) Mg > Be > Ba > Ca > Sr
(3) Be > Mg > Ca > Sr > Ba (3) Be > Mg > Ca > Sr > Ba
(4) Mg > Ca > Ba > Be > Sr (4) Mg > Ca > Ba > Be > Sr
29. In Bosch process which of the following gas uses 29. ckW'k izØe esa H2 xl
S mRiknu ds fy, dkuS lh xl
S iz;qDr
for the production of H2 gas gksrh gS
(1) Producer gas (2) Water gas (1) mRiknd xSl (2) ty xl S
(3) Coal gas (4) Natural gas (3) dksy xSl (4) izkd`frd xlS
30. Temporary hardness of water is due to presence 30. ty esa vLFkk;h dBksjrk fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdldh mifLFkfr
of ds dkj.k gksrh gSa
(1) CaCl2, MgSO4 (1) CaCl2, MgSO4
(2) Ca+2, Mg+2 (2) Ca+2, Mg+2
(3) K+, CaCO3 (3) K+, CaCO3
(4) Ca(HCO3)2, Mg (HCO3)2 (4) Ca(HCO3)2, Mg (HCO3)2
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PART B - MATHEMATICS
31. If a,b,g are the roots of equation x3 + 2x – 5 = 0 31. ;fn lehdj.k x3 + 2x – 5 = 0 ds ewy a, b, g rFkk lehdj.k
and if equation x3 + bx2 + cx + d = 0 has roots x3 + bx2 + cx + d = 0 ds ewy 2a + 1, 2b + 1, 2g + 1
2a + 1, 2b + 1, 2g + 1 , then value of |b + c + d| gks] rks |b + c + d| dk eku gksxk (tgk¡ b,c,d lgvHkkT; la[;k;sa
is (where b,c,d are coprime)- gksxha)-
(1) 41 (2) 39
(1) 41 (2) 39 (3) 40 (4) 43
(3) 40 (4) 43
2p
32. Area of region enclosed by locus of z given by 32. Arg(z + i) – Arg(z – i) = dks larq"V djus okys z
3
2p
Arg(z + i) – Arg(z – i) = and imaginary axis dk fcUnqiFk rFkk dkYifud v{k }kjk ifjc¼ {ks= dk {ks=Qy
3
is- gksxk&
2p 1 4p 1 2p 1 4p 1
(1) - (2) - (1) - (2) -
9 3 9 3 9 3 9 3

2p 2 4p 2 2p 2 4p 2
(3) - (4) - (3) - (4) -
9 3 9 3 9 3 9 3
33. There are 3 bags A, B & C. Bag A contains 33. 3 Fky
S s A, B rFkk C gAS Fky
S s A esa 1 yky ,oa 2 gjh xsnas]
1 Red & 2 Green balls, bag B contains 2 Red & FkyS s B esa 2 yky ,oa 1 gjh xsan rFkk Fky
S s C esa dsoy 1 gjh
1 Green balls and bag C contains only one green
xsan gAS FkyS s A ls 1 xsan fudky dj mldks Fky S s B esa j[krs
ball. One ball is drawn from bag A & put into bag
B then one ball is drawn from B & put into bag C g]S mlh le; Fky S s B ls 1 xsan fudky dj Fky S s C esa j[krs
& finally one ball is drawn from bag C & put into gS rFkk vUr esa FkyS s C ls 1 xsan fudky dj Fky S s A esa j[krs
bag A. When this operation is completed, gAS ;g izfØ;k iw.k± gksus ij izkf;drk rkfd Fky S s A esa 2 yky
probability that bag A contains 2 Red & 1 Green
rFkk 1 gjh xsan gks] gksxh -
balls, is -
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
(1) (2) (3) (4) (1) (2) (3) (4)
4 2 3 6 4 2 3 6
J ges'kk eqLdjkrs jgsa A
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34. Number of different words that can be formed from 34. 'kCn APPLICATION ds lHkh v{kjksa ls fufeZr fd;s tk
all letters of word APPLICATION such that two ldus okys fHkUu 'kCnksa dh la[;k rkfd nks Loj dHkh Hkh lkFk
vowels never come together is - uk gks] gksxh&
(1) (45)7! (2) 8! (1) (45)7! (2) 8!
(3) 6!7! (4) (32)6! (3) 6!7! (4) (32)6!

é 1 + a 2 + a 4 1 + ab + a 2 b 2 1 + ac + a 2 c 2 ù é 1 + a 2 + a 4 1 + ab + a 2 b 2 1 + ac + a 2 c 2 ù
ê ú ê ú
35. If A = ê1 + ab + a 2 b 2 1 + b 2 + b 4 1 + bc + b 2c 2 ú 35. ;fn A = ê1 + ab + a 2 b 2 1 + b 2 + b 4 1 + bc + b 2 c 2 ú
ê1 + ac + a 2 c2 1 + bc + b 2c 2 1 + c 2 + c 4 ú ê1 + ac + a 2 c 2 1 + bc + b 2 c 2 1 + c 2 + c 4 ú
ë û ë û

and det(A) = det(4I), where I is 3 × 3 identity matrix, rFkk det(A) = det(4I), tgk¡ I, 3 × 3 dk rRled vkO;wg
then (a – b)3 + (b – c)3 + (c – a)3 can be equal g]S rks (a – b)3 + (b – c)3 + (c – a)3 dk eku gks ldrk
to - gS-
(1) –24 (2) 6 (1) –24 (2) 6
(3) –6 (4) 12 (3) –6 (4) 12
36. Given A and C are involutary matrices and B is a 36. ;fn A rFkk C vUroZyuh; vkO;wg rFkk B O;qRØe.kh; vkO;wg
non-singular matrix, then (AB–1C)–1 is equal to - gks] rks (AB–1C)–1 dk eku gksxk -
(1) A–1BC–1 (2) ABC (1) A–1BC–1 (2) ABC
(3) ABC–1 (4) CBA (3) ABC–1 (4) CBA
37. If a,b are the roots of x2 – ax + b = 0 and if 37. ;fn a,b lehdj.k x 2 – ax + b = 0 ds ew y rFkk
an + bn = Vn, then - an + bn = Vn gks] rks -
(1) Vn+1 = aVn + bVn–1 (1) Vn+1 = aVn + bVn–1
(2) Vn+1 = aVn + aVn–1 (2) Vn+1 = aVn + aVn–1
(3) Vn+1 = aVn – bVn–1 (3) Vn+1 = aVn – bVn–1
(4) Vn+1 = aVn–1 – bVn (4) Vn+1 = aVn–1 – bVn
38. If (1 +x + x2)n = a0 + a1x + a2x2 +......+a2nx2n, then 38. ;fn (1 +x + x2)n = a0 + a1x + a2x2 +......+a2nx2n gks]
a0 + a3 + a6 +..... = rks a0 + a3 + a6 +..... =
(1) 3n (2) 3n–1 (1) 3n (2) 3n–1
(3) 3 n–2
(4) 3 (3) 3n–2 (4) 3

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39. If z1,z2,z3 are vertices of a triangle in argand plane 39. ;fn z1,z2,z3 vkx±M lery ij f=Hkqt ds 'kh"kZ bl izdkj
such that |z 1 – z 2 | = |z 1 – z 3 |, then
æ 2z1 - z 2 - z3 ö
æ 2z - z - z ö gS fd |z1 – z2| = |z1 – z3| gks] rks dks.kkad ç ÷
arg ç 1 2 3 ÷ is- è z3 - z 2 ø
è z3 - z 2 ø gksxk -
p p p p p p
(1) ± (2) 0 (3) ± (4) ± (1) ± (2) 0 (3) ± (4) ±
3 2 6 3 2 6
40. The number of permutations of all the letters 40. AAAABBBC ds lHkh v{kjksa ds Øep;ksa dh la[;k] ftuesa
AAAABBBC in which all the A's appear together lHkh A, 4 v{kjksa ds lewg esa ,dlkFk ;k lHkh B, 3 v{kjksa
in a block of 4 letters or all the B's appear together ds lewg esa ,dlkFk gks] gksxh -
in the block of 3 letters, is- (1) 44 (2) 50
(1) 44 (2) 50 (3) 60 (4) 89 (3) 60 (4) 89
41. Sum of the series 1.2015 + 2.2014 + 3.2013 41. Js.kh 1.2015 + 2.2014 + 3.2013 +.....2015.1 dk ;ksx
+.....2015.1 is equal to :- gksxk&
(1) 336 × 2015 × 2016 (2) 336 × 2015 × 2017 (1) 336 × 2015 × 2016 (2) 336 × 2015 × 2017
(3) 336 × 2016 × 2017 (4) None (3) 336 × 2016 × 2017 (4) dksbZ ugha
42. If 7 dice are thrown simultaneously, then 42. ;fn 7 ik¡lksa dks ,d lkFk QSadk tkrk g]S rks mGijh Qyd
probability that all six digit appears on the upper
ij lHkh vadksa ds izkIr gksus dh izkf;drk gksxh -
face is equal to -
35 6 70 6 35 6 70 6
(1) (2) (3) (4) (1) (2) (3) (4)
6 ´3
3 12
C5 6 ´3
3 12
C6 6 ´33 12
C5 6 ´3
3 12
C6
43. If z1 and z2 are two unimodular complex numbers 43. ;fn z1 rFkk z2 bdkbZ ekik¡d okyh nks lfEeJ la[;k;sa gS tks
that satisfy z12 + z22 = 5, z12 + z22 = 5 dks larq"V djrh g]S

then ( z1 - z1 ) + ( z 2 - z2 ) is equal to - rks ( z1 - z1 ) + ( z 2 - z2 ) dk eku gksxk -


2 2 2 2

(1) 6 (2) 5 (3) 9 (4) 10 (1) 6 (2) 5 (3) 9 (4) 10


44. If A is a square matrix of order 3 with |A| = 2, then 44. ;fn A dksfV 3 dk oxZ vkO;wg gS ftlesa |A| = 2 gS] rks
the value of |(A – AT)5| + |(AT – A)3| is- |(A – AT)5| + |(AT – A)3| dk eku gksxk&
(1) 24 (2) 16 (3) 0 (4) 8 (1) 24 (2) 16 (3) 0 (4) 8

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45. The minimum value of (8sec2q + 2cos2q) is equal 45. (8sec2q + 2cos2q) dk U;wure eku gksxk :-
to :- (1) 10 (2) 16
(1) 10 (2) 16 (3) 8 (4) None (3) 8 (4) dksbZ ugha
46. The probability of hitting a target by three marks 46. rhu y{; Hksnh;ksa ds }kjk y{; dks Hksnus dh izkf;drk,¡ Øe'k%
1 1 1 1 1 1
men is , and respectively. If the probability , , gAS ;fn muesa ls Bhd nks ds }kjk y{; Hksnus dh
2 3 4 2 3 4
that exactly two of them will hit the target is l and izkf;drk l gS rFkk muesa ls de ls de nks ds }kjk y{;
that at least two of them hit the target is m
then l + µ is equal to :- Hksnus dh izkf;drk m gks rc l + µ cjkcj gksxk :-
13 6 13 6
(1) (2) (1) (2)
24 24 24 24

7 7
(3) (4) None (3) (4) dksbZ ugha
24 24

47. If z1 = 2 , z 2 = 3 , z3 = 4 and 2z1 + 3z 2 + 4z3 = 9 , 47. ;fn z1 = 2 , z 2 = 3 , z3 = 4 rFkk 2z1 + 3z 2 + 4z3 = 9


then value of 8z 2 z3 + 27z3z1 + 64z1z 2 is equal to:- gks] rks 8z 2 z3 + 27z3z1 + 64z1z 2 cjkcj gS :-
(1) 216 (2) 18
(1) 216 (2) 18 (3) 64 (4) dksbZ ugha
(3) 64 (4) None m
æ 2 1ö
48. If sum of the coefficient of the first, second and third 48. çè x + ÷ø ds izlkj esa ;fn igys] nwljs rFkk rhljs inksa ds
x
m

terms of the expansion of æç x 2 + ö÷ is 46, then the


1
xq.kkadksa dk ;ksx 46 gS rks ml in dk xq.kkad ftlesa x ugha
è xø
g]S gS :-
coefficient of the term that doesnot contain x is :-
(1) 84 (2) 92
(1) 84 (2) 92
(3) 98 (4) 106 (3) 98 (4) 106
49. 50
The coefficient of t in 49. (1 + t ) (1 + t ) (1 + t ) (1 + t45) (1 + t47) ds izlkj
2 25 25 40

(1 + t2)25 (1 + t25) (1 + t40) (1 + t45) (1 + t47) is esa t50 dk xq.kkad gS


(1) 1 + 25C5 (2) 1 + 25C5 + 25C7 (1) 1 + 25C5 (2) 1 + 25C5 + 25C7
25
25
(3) 1 + C7 (4) None of these (3) 1 + C7 (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
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50. If z1, z2, z3, z4 are the roots of equation 50. ;fn z1, z2, z3, z4 lehdj.k z4+ z3+ z2 + z + 1 = 0 ds
4 4
z4+ z3+ z2 + z + 1 = 0 then Õ (z i + 2) is equal to:- ewy gks rks Õ (z i + 2) dk eku gksxk :-
i=1 i =1

(1) 1 (2) 8 (1) 1 (2) 8


(3) 11 (4) 17 (3) 11 (4) 17
51. There are 10 points in a row. In how many way can 51. ,d js[kk esa 10 fcUnq vafdr gS rks bu vafdr fcUnqvksa esa ls
4 points be selected such that no two of them are pkj fcUnqvksa ds p;u ds rjhdksa dh la[;k Kkr djks ;fn dksbZ
consecutive :- Hkh nks fcUnq Øekxr ugha gks :-
(1) 140 (2) 35 (1) 140 (2) 35
(3) 104 (4) None (3) 104 (4) dksbZ ugha
52. Number of positive integral solution of the equation 52. lehdj.k xyz = 90 ds ?kukRed iw.kk±dh; gyksa dh la[;k
xyz = 90 is equal to :- gksxh&
(1) 60 (2) 108 (1) 60 (2) 108
(3) 54 (4) 120 (3) 54 (4) 120
53. A fair dice is thrown up to 20 times. The probability 53. ,d Qs;j (fair) iklk 20 ckj mNkyk tkrk gS rks 10 osa mNky
that on the 10th throw, the fourth six apears is :- esa pkSFkh ckj 6 vkus dh izkf;drk gksxh :-
84 ´ 56 112 ´ 56 84 ´ 56 112 ´ 56
(1) (2) (1) (2)
610 610 610 610
84 ´ 56 84 ´ 56
(3) (4) None (3) (4) dksbZ ugha
6 20 6 20
54. It is 5 : 2 against a husband who is 65 years old 54. ;fn ,d ifr ftldh orZeku vk;q 65 o"kZ g]S ds 85 o"kZ
living till he is 85 and 4 : 3 against his wife who vk;q rd thfor jgus ds foi{k esa la;ksxkuqikr 5 : 2 gS rFkk
is now 58, living till she is 78. If the probability mldh iRuh] ftldh orZeku vk;q 58 o"kZ g]S ds 78 o"kZ vk;q
rd thfor jgus ds foi{k esa la;ksxkuqikr 4 : 3 gAS ;fn muesa
that atleast one of them will be alive for 20 years, ls de ls de fdlh ,d ds vxys 20 o"kZ rd thfor jgus
is 'k', then the value of '49k' - dh izkf;drk k g]S rks 49k dk eku gksxk -
(1) 20 (2) 31 (3) 29 (4) 6 (1) 20 (2) 31 (3) 29 (4) 6
55. Three numbers selected from the set 55. leqPp; {31, 32, 33, .......320}
esa ls rhu la[;kvksa ds p;u
{31, 32, 33, .....320} then, the number of ways that ds rjhds esa ;fn p;fur la[;k,sa o/kZeku xq- Js- cukrh gks]
selected numbers form a increasing G.P. :- gksxas :-
(1) 45 (2) 90 (3) 20 (4) 20C3 (1) 45 (2) 90 (3) 20 (4) 20C
3
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56. Let z1 = 6 + i and z2 = 4 – 3i. Let z be a complex 56. ;fn z1 = 6 + i vkjS z2 = 4 – 3i rFkk z ,d lfEeJ la[;k
æ z - z1 ö p æ z-z ö
1
p
number such that arg ç ÷ = , then gS tks fd dks.kkad ç ÷ = 2 dks lUrq"V djrh g]S
è z2 - z ø 2 è z2 - z ø
z satisfies - rks-
(1) |z – (5 – i)| = 5 (2) |z – (5 – i)| = 5 (1) |z – (5 – i)| = 5 (2) |z – (5 – i)| = 5

(3) |z – (5 + i)| = 5 (4) |z – (5 + i)| = 5 (3) |z – (5 + i)| = 5 (4) |z – (5 + i)| = 5


57. In a cubic equation coefficient of x2 is zero and 57. ;fn f=?kkr lehdj.k esa x2 dk xq.kkad 'kwU; gks rFkk 'ks"k xq.kkad
remaining coefficient are real has one root okLrfod gks rFkk ,d ewy a = 3 + 4 i gks ,oa vU; ewy
a = 3 + 4 i and remaining roots are b and g then
b o g gksa rks abg gksxk :-
abg is :-
(1) 150 (2) – 150 (1) 150 (2) – 150
(3) 25 (4) None of these (3) 25 (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
58. If exactly one root of the equation 58. ;fn lehdj.k x + (a – 1)x + 2a = 0 dk Bhd
2

x2 + (a – 1)x + 2a = 0 lies in the interval (0,3), then ,d ewy vUrjky (0,3) esa fLFkr gks rks 'a' dk vUrjky
set of value of 'a' is given by :- gksxk :-
(1) (–¥, 0) È (6, ¥) (2) (–¥, 0] È (6, ¥) (1) (–¥, 0) È (6, ¥) (2) (–¥, 0] È (6, ¥)
(3) (–¥, 0] È [6, ¥) (4) (0, 6) (3) (–¥, 0] È [6, ¥) (4) (0, 6)
3 3
59. If z = , then locus of z is :- 59. ;fn z = gks rks z dk fcUnqiFk gksxk :-
2 + cos q + isin q 2 + cos q + i sin q
(1) a straight line (1) ljy js[kk
(2) a circle having centre on x-axis (2) ,d o`Ùk ftldk dsUæ x-v{k ij fLFkr gks
(3) a circle having centre on y-axis (3) ,d o`Ùk ftldk dsUæ y-v{k ij fLFkr gks
(4) a parabola (4) ijoy;
60. The sum of the infinite series 60. Js.kh
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
+ + + + + .........¥ is equal to :- + + + + + .........¥ ds vuUr inks a dk
9 18 30 45 63 9 18 30 45 63
;ksx gksxk :-
1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2
(1) (2) (3) (4) (1) (2) (3) (4)
3 4 5 3 3 4 5 3
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61. A light beam is traveling from Region I to Region 61. izdk'k dh ,d fdj.k iqat {ks= I ls IV dh vksj tk jgh gS (fp=
IV (Refer Figure). The refractive index in Regions ns [ ks a ) A {ks = I, II, III rFkk IV ds viorZ u ka d Øe'k%
n0 n0 n0 n0 n0 n
I, II, III and IV are n 0 , , and , n0 , , rFkk 0 gAS og vkiru dks.k q ftl ij izdk'k
2 6 8 2 6 8
respectively. The angle of incidence q for which iqat {ks= IV esa igqapus ls pwd tkrk gS] dk eku fuEu g%S &
the beam just misses entering Region IV is figure
Region I Region II Region III Region IV
Region I Region II Region III Region IV
n0 n0 n0
n0 n0 n0 n0 q
2 6 8
n0 q 6 8
2
0 0.2 m 0.6 m
0 0.2 m 0.6 m
æ3ö æ1ö
æ3ö æ1ö (1) sin–1 ç ÷ (2) sin–1 ç ÷
(1) sin–1 ç ÷ (2) sin–1 ç ÷ è4ø è8ø
è4ø è8ø
æ1ö æ1ö
æ1ö æ1ö (3) sin–1 ç ÷ (4) sin–1 ç ÷
(3) sin–1ç ÷ (4) sin–1 ç ÷ è4ø è3ø
è4ø è3ø
62. A ray of light travelling in water is incident on its 62. ikuh esa ,d xfr'khy ,d izdk'k dh fdj.k mldh gok esa
surface open to air. The angle of incidence is q, [kqyh gqbZ lrg ij vkifrr gksrh gAS vkiru dks.k q] ØkfUrd
which is less than the critical angle. Then there will dks.k ls NksVk gSA rc ogk¡ gksxh
be (1) dsoy ,d ijkofrZr fdj.k rFkk viofrZr fdj.k ugha
(1) only a reflected ray and no refracted ray
(2) dsoy ,d viofrZr fdj.k rFkk ijkofrZr fdj.k ugha
(2) only a refracted ray and no reflected ray
(3) ,d ijkofrZr fdj.k rFkk ,d viofrZr fdj.k rFkk muds
(3) a reflected ray and a refracted ray and the angle
between them would be less than 180° – 2q
e/; dks.k 180°–2q ls de gksxk
(4) a reflected ray and a refracted ray and the angle (4) ,d ijkofrZr fdj.k rFkk ,d viofrZr fdj.k rFkk muds
between them would be greater than 180° – 2q e/; dks.k 180°–2q ls vf/kd gksxk

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63. A point object is placed at a distance of 20 cm from 63. 15 lseh Qksdl nwjh ds ,d irys leryksÙky yaSl ls 20 lseh
a thin plano-convex lens of focal length 15 cm, if nwjh ij ,d fcEc j[kk x;k gSA vc ySal dh lery lrg
the plane surface is silvered. The image will form
at :- jtfrr dj nh tkrh gAS izfrfcEc cusxk

(1) AB ds cka;h vksj 60 lseh ij


(2) AB ds cka;h vksj 30 lseh ij
(1) 60 cm left of AB (2) 30 cm left of AB
(3) AB ds cka;h vksj 12 lseh ij
(3) 12 cm left of AB (4) 60 cm right of AB (4) AB ds nka;h vksj 60 lseh ij
64. A point object is placed at the centre of a glass 64. ,d fcUnq fcEc dks 6 lseh f=T;k rFkk 1-5 viorZukad ds dkap
sphere of radius 6 cm and refractive index 1.5. The ds xksys ds dsUæ ij j[kk x;k gAS xksy s dh lrg ls vkHkklh
distance of the virtual image from the surface of
izfrfcEc dh nwjh gksxh&
the sphere is
(1) 2 cm (2) 4 cm (1) 2 cm (2) 4 cm
(3) 6 cm (4) 12 cm (3) 6 cm (4) 12 cm
65. A quarter cylinder of radius R and refractive index 65. 1-5 viorZukad rFkk R f=T;k ds ,d csyu ds ,d pkFS kkbZ Hkkx
1.5 is placed on a table. A point object P is kept at dks est ij j[kk x;k gAS blls mR nwjh ij ,d fcUnq fcEc P
a distance of mR from it. Find the value of m for j[kh xbZ gAS m dk og eku Kkr dhft;s ftlds fy, fcUnq P
which a ray from P will emerge parallel to the table ls pyus okyh fdj.k est ds lekUrj fuxZr gks tl
S k fd fp=
as shown in the figure. esa n'kkZ;k x;k gAS

P P

mR R mR R
(1) 2/3 (2) 2 (1) 2/3 (2) 2
(3) 4/3 (4) 4 (3) 4/3 (4) 4
iz R;s d iz ' u dks vtqZ u cudj djks A
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66. A diverging lens of focal length 10 cm is placed 66. 10 lseh Qksdl nwjh dk vilkjh yl
Sa fp=kuqlkj lery niZ.k
10 cm in front of a plane mirror as shown in the ds lkeus 10 lseh nwjh ij j[kk gAS cgqr nwj fLFkr lzksr ls
figure. Light from a very far away source falls on
yal
S ij izdk'k vkifrr gksrk gSA vafre izfrfcEc dh nwjh gksxh&
the lens. The final image is at a distance :–

(1) niZ.k ds ihNs 20 lseh


(1) 20 cm behind the mirror
(2) niZ.k ds lkeus 7-5 lseh
(2) 7.5 cm in front of the mirror
(3) 7.5 cm behind the mirror (3) niZ.k ds ihNs 7-5 lseh
(4) 2.5 cm in front of the mirror (4) niZ.k ds lkeus 2-5 lseh
67. The graph between angle of deviation (d) and angle 67. ,d f=Hkqtkdkj fizTe ds fy;s fopyu dks.k (d) vkSj vkiru
of incidence (i) for a triangular prism is represented dks.k (i) ds chp xzkQ blls n'kkZ;k tkrk g:S -
by :-

(1) (2)
(1) (2)

(3) (4)
(3) (4)

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68. Two coherent narrow slits emitting light of 68. nks ladjh dyk laca¼ fLyVsa 3l dh y?kq nwjh ij ,d nwljs
wavelength l in the same phase are placed parallel ls lekUrj :i ls fLFkr gaS rFkk leku dyk esa l rjaxn/S ;Z
to each other at a small separation of 3l. The light
is collected on a screen S which is placed at a
dk izdk'k mRlftZr djrh gaAS ;g izdk'k fLyV ls D (>>l)
distance D (>>l) from the slits. The smallest nwjh ij fLFkr ,d insZ S ij ,df=r gksrh gAS vR;Ur y?kq
distance x such that the P is a maxima. nwjh x gksxh rkfd P mfPp"B gks&
×P
×P
x
x
× × O
× × O S1 S2
S1 S2

D
D
D
D (1) 3D (2) 8D (3) 5D (4) 5
(1) 3D (2) 8D (3) 5D (4) 5 2
2
69. Minimum thickness of a mica sheet having 3
69. ;ax f}fLyV iz;ksx esa m = okyh ekbdk 'khV dks ,d
3 2
m= which should be placed in front of one of fLyV ds lkeus j[kk tkrk gAS bl 'khV dh U;wure eksVkbZ
2
the slits in YDSE is required to reduce the intensity fdruh gksuh pkfg;s rkfd inZs ds dsUnz ij izkIr rhozrk bldh
at the centre of screen to half of maximum intensity
is-
vf/kdre eku dh vk/kh izkIr gksA
(1) l/4 (2) l/8 (3) l/2 (4) l/3 (1) l/4 (2) l/8 (3) l/2 (4) l/3
70. Statement–1 : If white light is used in YDSE, then 70. dFku -1 : ;fn YDSE esa 'osr izdk'k dk iz;ksx fd;k tk;s]
the central bright fringe will be white rks dsUnzh; nhIr fÝUt] 'osr gksxhA
and
Statement–2 : In case of white light used in YDSE,
vkSj
all the wavelengths produce their zero order dFku -2 : YDSE esa 'osr izdk'k ds iz;ksx dh fLFkfr esa lHkh
maxima at the same position rjaxas] leku fLFkfr ij 'kwU; Øe dk mfPp"B mRiUu djrh
(1) Statement–1 is True, Statement–2 is True ; gSA
Statement–2 is a correct explanation for (1) dFku - 1 rFkk dFku - 2 nks vyx&vyx lR; gaS rFkk
Statement–1
dFku - 2, dFku - 1 dk lgh Li"Vhdj.k gAS
(2) Statement–1 is True, Statement–2 is True ;
Statement–2 is not a correct explanation for (2) dFku - 1 rFkk dFku - 2 nks vyx&vyx lR; gSa ijUrq
Statement–1 dFku - 2, dFku - 1 dk lgh Li"Vhdj.k ugha gAS
(3) Statement–1 is True, Statement–2 is False. (3) dFku - 1 lR; gS ijUrq dFku - 2 vlR; gaAS
(4) Statement–1 is False, Statement–2 is True. (4) dFku - 1 vlR; gS ijUrq dFku - 2 lR; gaAS
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71. Spherical wavefronts shown in figure, strike a plane 71. xksyh; rjaxkxz fp=kuqlkj lery niZ.k ls Vdjkrs gaS rks ijkofrZr
mirror. Reflected wavefront will be as shown in rjaxkxz iznf'kZr gksxk&

(1) (2) (1) (2)

(3) (4) (3) (4)

72. A point source of light is placed on the principle 72. izdk'k dk ,d fcUnq lzksr vory ySal ds eq[; v{k ij F o
axis between F and 2 F of a concave lens. On the 2F ds e/; j[kk x;k gAS nwljh rjQ cgqr nwj] eq[; v{k ds
other side very far, a screen is placed
yEcor ,d inkZ j[kk x;k gAS tc insZ dks yal
S ds ikl yk;k
perpendicular to principal axis. As the screen is
brought close towards lens
tkrk g&S
(1) the light intensity on screen continuously (1) insZ ij izdk'k dh rhozrk yxkrkj ?kVrh gS
decreases (2) insZ ij izdk'k dh rhozrk yxkrkj c<+rh gS
(2) the light intensity on screen continuously
increases (3) insZ ij izdk'k dh rhozrk igys c<+rh gS] fQj ?kVrh
(3) the light intensity on screen first increases, gS
then decreases
(4) the light intensity on screen first decreases, (4) insZ ij iz dk'k dh rhoz rk igys ?kVrh g]S fQj c<+ rh
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73. When an inert gas is filled in place of vacuum in 73. ;fn QksVks lsy esa fuokZr~ ds LFkku ij dksbZ vfØ; xl S Hkj nh
a photo cell, then tkrh gS] rks
(1) Photo-elecric current is decreased (1) izdk'k fo|qr /kkjk dk eku ?kV tkrk gS
(2) Photo-electric current is increased (2) izdk'k fo|q r /kkjk dk eku c<+ tkrk gS
(3) Photo-electric current remains the same (3) iz dk'k fo|q r /kkjk ogh jgrh gS
(4) Decrease or increase in photo-electric current (4) izdk'k fo|qr /kkjk dk ?kVuk ;k c<+uk QksVks lsy esa Hkjh
does not depend upon the gas filled xSl ij fuHkZj ugha djrk gS
74. When a point source of monochromatic light is at 74. tc ,d ,do.khZ ; iz dk'k dk fcUnq òks r ,d
a distance of 0.2 m from a photoelectric cell, the QksV ks b ys f DVª d ls y ls 0.2 m dh nw j h ij g S rks fujks / kh
cut-off voltage and the saturation current are 0.6 foHko vk S j la r ` I r /kkjk Øe'k% 0.6 volt rFkk 18 mA gSA
volt and 18 mA respectively. If the same source is ;fn ogh òksr QksVksbysf DVªd lsy ls 0.6 m nwj j[kk tkrk gS
placed 0.6 m away from the photoelectric cell, then rks
(1) The stopping potential will be 0.2 V (1) fujks/kh foHko 0.2 V gksxk
(2) The stopping potential will be 0.6 V (2) fujks/kh foHko 0.6 V gksxk
(3) The saturation current will be 6 mA (3) la r` I r /kkjk 6 mA gksxh
(4) The saturation current will be 18 mA (4) la r` I r /kkjk 18 mA gksxh
75. The potenrial energy of a particle of mass m is 75. fdlh m nzO;eku ds d.k dh fLFkfrt mGtkZ fuEu izdkj nh
given by tkrh gS

{
U(x) = E 0 ;
0;
0 £ x £1
x >1 {
U(x) = E 0 ;
0;
0 £ x £1
x >1
l 1 and l 2 are the de-Broglie wavelengths of the 0 £ x £ 1 ,oa x > 1 ds fy;s Mh&czksXyh rjaxnS/;Z Øe'k% l1
particle, when 0 £ x £ 1 and x > 1 respectively. If the
l1
l rFkk l2 gSa A ;fn d.k dh dq y mGtkZ 2E0 gS rks vuqikr
total energy of particle is 2E0, the ratio 1 will be l2
l2
gksxk
1
(1) 2 (2) 1 (3) 2 (4) 1
2 (1) 2 (2) 1 (3) 2 (4)
2
dksb Z Hkh iz 'u Key Filling ls xyr ugha gksuk pkfg,A
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76. In the following arrangement y = 1.0 mm, d = 0.24 mm 76. fuEu O;oLFkk esa y = 1.0 mm, d = 0.24 mm ,oa D = 1.2 m
and D = 1.2 m. The work function of the material of mRltZd ds inkFkZ dk dk;ZQyu 2.2 eV gSA izdk'k /kkjk dks
the emitter is 2.2 eV. The stopping potential V jksdus ds fy;s vko';d fujks/kh foHko V gksxk
needed to stop the photo current will be

Bright Bright

Dark Dark
y y
S S
Bright Bright d
d
Dark Dark
A A
Bright Bright
D D
(1) 0.9 V (2) 0.5 V (1) 0.9 V (2) 0.5 V
(3) 0.4 V (4) 0.1 V (3) 0.4 V (4) 0.1 V
77. Hydrogen (H), deuterium (D), singly ionized 77. gkbMªkstu (H), M~;wVhfj;e (D), ,dy vk;uhd`r ghfy;e
helium (He +) and doubly ionized lithium (Li ++) (He+) ,oa f}vk;uhd` r yhfFk;e (Li++) lHkh ds ukfHkd ds
all have one electron around th e nucleus. pkjks a vks j ,d bys D Vª k W u g SA ;fn n = 2 ls n = 1 rd ds
Consider n = 2 to n = 1 trans ition. The laØ e.k dks ekuk tk;s ,oa mRlftZr fofdjdksa dh rjaxnS/;Z
wavelengths of emitted radiations are l 1 , l 2 l 3
l 1 , l 2 l 3 ,oa l4 gSa rks
and l 4 respectively.
(1) l 1 = l2 = 4l 3 = 9l4 (1) l 1 = l2 = 4l 3 = 9l4
(2) 4l 1 = 2l2 = 2l 3 = l4 (2) 4l 1 = 2l2 = 2l 3 = l4
(3) l 1 = 2l 2 = 2 2 l 3 = 3 2 l4 (3) l 1 = 2l 2 = 2 2 l 3 = 3 2 l4

(4) l 1 = l2 = 2l 3 = 3 2 l4 (4) l 1 = l2 = 2l 3 = 3 2 l4
78. The activity of a radiactive sample is measured 78. fdlh jsfM;ks,sfDVo uewus dh lfØ;rk t = 0 le; ij N 0
as N0 counts per minute at t = 0 and N0 /e counts dkmaV izfr feuV vkjS t = 5 feuV ij N0/e dkmaV izfr feuV
per minute at t = 5 minutes. The time (in minutes) ekih xbZ gSA fdrus le; (feuVksa esa ) ij lfØ;rk vius eku
at which the activity reduces to half its value is dh vk/kh gks tk;sx h
(1) 5 loge 2 (2) loge 2/5 (1) 5 loge 2 (2) loge 2/5
(3) 5/loge 2 (4) 5 log10 2 (3) 5/loge 2 (4) 5 log10 2

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79. Half-life of radiactive substance is 20 mintes. 79. ,d js fM;ks/ kehZ inkFkZ dh v¼Z v k;q 20 feuV gS mu le;
Difference between points of time when it is 33% fcUnq v ks a dk vUrj D;k g S tc og Øe'k% 33% o 67%
disintegrated and 67% disintegrated is approximately fo?kfVr gS
(1) 10 min (2) 20 min (1) 10 min (2) 20 min
(3) 30 min (4) 40 min (3) 30 min (4) 40 min
80. A small quantity of solution containing Na 24 80. ,d ?kksy dh FkksM+h lh ek=k ,d O;fDr ds jDr esa izos'k djk
radio nuclide of activity 1 microcurie is injected nh tkrh gS] bl ?kksy es a mifLFkr jsf M;ks ukfHkd Na24 dh
into the blood of a person. A sample of the blood lfØ;rk 1 ekbØks D;wj h gSA 5 ?k.Vs ckn O;fDr ds 'kjhj ls
of volume 1 cm 3 taken after 5 hours shows an 1 cm 3 jDr uewus ds rkjS ij fy;k tkrk gS] ftldh lfØ;rk
activity of 298 disintegration per minute. What
298 fo?kVu izfr feuV gAS O;fDr ds 'kjhj esa mifLFkr dq y
will be the total volume of the blood in the body
jDr dk vk;ru gS] ekuk fd js fM;kslfØ; ?kksy jDr esa ,d
of the person. Assume that the radioactive
leku :i ls fefJr gS
solution mixes uniformly in the blood of the
person (1 D;w jh = 3.7 × 1010 fo?kVu@lSd.M ,os e–lt = 0.7927;
(Take 1 curie = 3.7 × 1010 disintegration per second ;gk¡ l = fo?kVu fu;rka d) t = 5 ?k.Vs
and e–lt = 0.7927; where l = disintegration constant) (1) 5.94 litre
t = 5 hrs. (2) 2 litre
(1) 5.94 litre (2) 2 litre (3) 317 litre
(3) 317 litre (4) 1 litre (4) 1 litre
81. Which sample contains greater number of nuclei : 81. fuEu esa ls dkSu ls uewus esa ukfHkdksa dh la [;k vf/kd gS :
a 5.00-mCi sample of 240Pu (half-life 6560 y) or a 240
Pu (v¼Zvk;q 6560 o"kZ ) dk 5.00-mCi ;k
4.45-mCi sample of 243 Am (half-life 7370 y) 243
Am (v¼Zvk;q 7370 o"kZ ) dk 4.45-mCi
(1) 240
Pu (2) 243 Am (1) 240
Pu (2) 243 Am
(3) Equal in both (4) None of these (3) nksuksa esa cjkcj (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha

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82. When a sample of solid lithium is placed in a 82. ;fn js fM;ksl fØ; uewu s dk nzO ;eku nks xq uk dj fn;k tk;s
flask of hydrogen gas then following reaction rc uewus dh lfØ;rk ,oa bldk fo?kVu fLFkjkad Øe'k%
happened 1
1 H + 3Li7 ® 2He4 + 2 He 4
1
1 H + 3Li ® 2He + 2 He
7 4 4

This statement is

H2
Li

H2
Li

(1) lR; gS
(1) True (2) xyr gS
(2) False
(3) fdlh fuf'pr nkc ij lR; gks ldrk gS
(3) May be true at a particular pressure
(4) None of these (4) mijksä esa ls dksb Z ugha
83. Nuclear reaction are given as 83. ukfHkdh; vfHkfØ;k,sa uhps nh xbZ gaS
(i)  (n, p)15p32 (ii)  (p, a)8 O16 (i)  (n, p)15p32 (ii)  (p, a)8 O16
(iii) 7 N14 ( p) 6C14 (iii) 7 N14 ( p) 6C14
missing particle or nuclide (in box ) in these bu vfHkfØ;kvksa esa NksM+ fn;s x;s ukfHkd (vFkkZr~ ckWDl esa )
reactions are respectively Øe'k% gS
(1) S 32, F19, 0n1 (2) F19, S 32, 0 n1 (1) S 32, F19, 0n1 (2) F19, S 32, 0 n1
(3) Be9 , F19 , 0 n1 (4) None of these (3) Be9 , F19 , 0 n1 (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
84. Current in the circuit will be 84. ifjiFk dh /kkjk gksxh
20W 20W

30W 30W

i i

20W 5V 20W 5V

5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5
(1) A (2) A (3) A (4) A (1) A (2) A (3) A (4) A
40 50 10 20 40 50 10 20
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85. A sinusoidal voltage of peak value 200 volt is 85. ,d v¼Z p kyd Mk;ks M v¼Z r ja x fn"Vdkjh ds :i es a
connected to a diode and resistor R in the circuit dk;Z j r g S ftlls ,d iz f rjks / k R tq M + k g S ,oa 200 volt
shown so that half wave rectification occurs. If f'k[kj eku dk ,d iz R ;korhZ oks Y Vs t vkjks f ir gS A ;fn
the forward resistance of the diode is negligible Mk;ksM ds vxz izfrjks/k dk eku izf rjks/k R dh rqyuk esa de
compared to R the rms voltage (in volt) across R gks rks R ij mRiUu rms oks Y Vs t ( oks YVes a) dk eku yxHkx
is approximately gksxk

E0 = 200 Volt ~ R E0 = 200 Volt ~ R

(1) 200 (2) 100 (1) 200 (2) 100

200 200
(3) (4) 280 (3) (4) 280
2 2

86. Find V AB 86. VAB dk eku Kkr djsa

10W 10W

30V 30V
VAB 10W 10W VAB 10W 10W

(1) 10 V (2) 20 V (1) 10 V (2) 20 V


(3) 30 V (4) None of these (3) 30 V (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha

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87. Figure gives a system of logic gates. From the 87. fp= esa ykW f td xs V ks a ds ,d fudk; dks fn[kk;k x;k g SA
study of truth table it can be found that to lR;lkj.kh ds vk/kkj ij ckr;sa fd R fljs ij fuxZr dk mPp
produce a high output (1) at R, we must have eku (1) izkIr djus ds fy;s fuos'kh gksuk pkfg;s

X X
P P
Y R Y R

O O

(1) X = 0, Y = 1 (2) X = 1, Y = 1 (1) X = 0, Y = 1 (2) X = 1, Y = 1


(3) X = 1, Y = 0 (4) X = 0, Y = 0 (3) X = 1, Y = 0 (4) X = 0, Y = 0
88. Fermi level of energy of an intrinsic semiconductor lies 88. uSt v¼Zpkyd esa QehZ mGtkZ Lrj gksr k gS
(1) In the middle of forbidden gap (1) oftZ r mGtkZ va rjky ds e/;
(2) Below the middle of forbidden gap (2) oftZ r mGtkZ va rjky ds e/; ds uhps
(3) Above the middle of forbiden gap (3) oftZ r mGtkZ va rjky ds e/; ds mGij
(4) Outside the forbidden gap (4) oftZr mGtkZ varjky ds ckgj
89. A Ge specimen is doped with Al. The concentration 89. ,d Ge tesZ f u;e fØLVy uewus esa Al v'kq f ¼ ds :i es a
of acceptor atoms is ~1021 atoms/m3. Given that the feyk;k x;k gSA xzkgh ijek.kqvksa dk ?kuRo ~1021 atoms/m3
intrinsic concentration of electron hole pairs is
~1019 /m 3 , the concentration of electrons in the
gSA ;fn 'kq¼ voLFkk esa bysD Vªk Wu&gksy dk ;qXe dk ?kuRo
specimen is ~1019 /m3 gks rks uewus esa bysDVªk Wuksa dk ?kuRo gksxk
(1) 1017 /m3 (2) 1015 /m3 (3) 104 /m3 (4) 102 /m3 (1) 1017 /m3 (2) 1015 /m3 (3) 104 /m3 (4) 102 /m3
90. Although carbon, silicon and germanium have 90. ;|fi dkcZ u ] flfydkW u rFkk tes Z f u;e leku tkyd
same lattice structure and four valence electrons lajpuk ds gksrs gS ,oa izR;sd esa pkj la;ksth bysDVªkWu gksrs gSA
each, their band structure leads to the energy
buds cSaM lajpuk esa mGtkZ vUrjky O;Dr gksrk gS
gaps as
(1) Eg (Si) < Eg (Ge) < Eg (C)
(1) Eg (Si) < Eg (Ge) < Eg (C)
(2) Eg (Si) > Eg (Ge) < Eg (C) (2) Eg (Si) > Eg (Ge) < Eg (C)
(3) Eg (Si) < Eg (Ge) > Eg (C) (3) Eg (Si) < Eg (Ge) > Eg (C)
(4) Eg (Si) > Eg (Ge) > Eg (C) (4) Eg (Si) > Eg (Ge) > Eg (C)

Your moral duty


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