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DISTANCE LEARNING PROGRAMME NEET(UG)
MINOR TEST # 07
(Academic Session : 2019 - 2020) 29-09-2019
PRE-MEDICAL : LEADER TEST SERIES / JOINT PACKAGE COURSE
12th Undergoing/Pass Students

Test Type : Unit - 06


This Booklet contains 36 pages. bl iqfLrdk esa 36 i`"B gSaA
Do not open this Test Booklet until you are asked to do so.
bl ijh{kk iq f Lrdk dks tc rd uk [kks y s a tc rd dgk u tk,A
Read carefully the Instructions on the Back Cover of this Test Booklet.
bl ijh{kk iq f Lrdk ds fiNys vkoj.k ij fn, funs Z ' kks a dks /;ku ls i<+s a A
Important Instructions : egRoiw. kZ funs Z 'k :
1. On the Answer Sheet, fill in the particulars on Side-1 1. mÙkj i= ds i` " B-1 ,oa i` " B-2 ij /;kuiwoZd dsoy uhys @ dkys ckWy
and Side-2 carefully with blue/black ball point pen only. ikWbaV isu ls fooj.k HkjsaA
2. The test is of 3 hours duration and this Test Booklet 2. ijh{kk dh vof/k 3 ?ka Vs gS ,oa ijh{kk iqfLrdk esa 180 iz'u gaA S izR;sd
contains 180 questions. Each question carries 4 marks. iz'u 4 vad dk gAS izR;sd lgh mÙkj ds fy, ijh{kkFkhZ dks 4 vad
For each correct response, the candidate will get 4 marks.
For each incorrect response, one mark will be deducted
fn, tk,axasA izR;sd xyr mÙkj ds fy, dqy ;ksx esa ls ,d vad
from the total scores. The maximum marks are 720. ?kVk;k tk,xkA vf/kdre vad 720 gSA
3. Use Blue/Black Ball Point Pen only for writing 3. bl i`"B ij fooj.k vafdr djus ,oa mÙkj i= ij fu'kku yxkus ds
particulars on this page/marking responses. fy, ds o y uhys @ dkys ckWy ikW ba V is u dk iz;ksx djsaA
4. Rough work is to be done on the space provided for this 4. jQ dk;Z bl ijh{kk iqfLrdk esa fu/kkZfjr LFkku ij gh djsaA
purpose in the Test Booklet only.
5. On completion of the test, the candidate must 5. ijh{kk lEiék gks u s ij] ijh{kkFkhZ d{k@gkW y Nks M +u s ls iwo Z
hand over the Answer Sheet to the Invigilator mÙkj i= fujh{kd dks vo'; lkSai nsaA ijh{kkFkhZ vius lkFk
before leaving the Room/Hall. The candidates are ds o y ijh{kk iq f Lrdk dks ys tk ldrs g S a A
allowed to take away this Test Booklet with them.
6. The candidates should ensure that the Answer Sheet is 6. ijh{kkFkhZ lqfuf'pr djsa fd bl mÙkj i= dks eksM+k u tk, ,oa ml
not folded. Do not make any stray marks on the Answer ij dksbZ vU; fu'kku u yxk,aA ijh{kkFkhZ viuk QkWeZ uEcj iz'u
Sheet. Do not write your Form No. anywhere else except iqfLrdk@mÙkj i= esa fu/kkZfjr LFkku ds vfrfjDr vU;= u fy[ksaA
in the specified space in the Test Booklet/Answer Sheet.
7. Use of white fluid for correction is not permissible on 7. mÙkj i= ij fdlh izdkj ds la'kks/ku gsrq OgkbV ¶+yqbM ds iz;ksx dh
the Answer Sheet. vuqefr ugha gAS
8. If you want to attempt any question then circle should be 8. ;fn vki fdlh iz' u dks gy djus dk iz ;kl djrs gSa rks mfpr xksys
properly darkened as shown below, otherwise leave blank. dks uhps n'kkZ;s x;s vuqlkj xgjk dkyk djsa vU;Fkk mls [kkyh NksM+ nsaA
Correct Method Wrong Method lgh rjhdk xyr rjhdk

In case of any ambiguity in translation of any question, English version shall be treated as final.
iz' uks a ds vuqo kn es a fdlh vLi"Vrk dh fLFkfr es a ] va xzs th laL dj.k dks gh vaf re ekuk tk,s xkA
Name of the Candidate (in Capitals)
ijh{kkFkhZ dk uke (cM+s v{kjksa esa) :
Form Number : in figures
QkWeZ uEcj : vadksa esa
: in words
: 'kCnksa esa
Centre of Examination (in Capitals) :
ijh{kk dsUæ (cM+s v{kjksa esa) :
Candidate’s Signature : Invigilator’s Signature :
ijh{kkFkhZ ds gLrk{kj : fujh{kd ds gLrk{kj :

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TOPIC : Rotational Motion, Alternating current, Electromagnetic Waves.
1. In the given AC circuit :- 1. fn;s x;s ifjiFk esa :-

I1 X C I1 X C

I I2 R I I2 R

~ ~
V = V0sin wt V = V0sin wt

(1) Current I2 and V are in same phase (1) /kkjk I2 rFkk V leku dyk esa gAS
(2) Current I2 lead I1 by 90º (2) /kkjk I2, I1 ls 90º vkxs gAS
(3) Current I leads I2 by q < 90º (3) /kkjk I, I2 ls q < 90º vkxs gAS
(4) Current I leads I1 by q < 90º (4) /kkjk I, I1 ls q < 90º vkxs gAS
2. A ring and a disc of different masses are rotating 2. ,d oy; rFkk ,d pdrh leku xfrt ÅtkZ ds lkFk ?kw.kZu dj
with the same kinetic energy. If we apply a jgh gaAS ;fn ge oy; ij voeUnd cy vk?kw.kZ t vkjksfir djrs
retarding torque t on the ring, it stops after making g]S rks ;g n pDdj yxkus ds i'pkr~ :d tkrh gS ;fn ;gh
n revolutions. After how many revolutions will the voeUnd cy vk?kw.kZ pdrh ij yxk;k tk;s rks ;g fdrus pDdj
disc stop if the same retarding torque on it :- yxkus ds i'pkr~ :dsxh :-
(1) n/2 (2) n (1) n/2 (2) n
(3) 2n (4) 4n (3) 2n (4) 4n
3. In the LCR circuit shown in figure :- 3. fp= esa iznf'kZr ifjiFk esa :-

XC=20W XL=10W XC=20W XL=10W

R=10W R=10W

~ ~
V = 400 sin wt V = 400 sin wt

(1) Current will leads the voltage (1) /kkjk oksYVrk ls dyk ls vkxs gAS
(2) rms value of currents is 20 A (2) /kkjk dk o-ek-e-w eku 20 A gAS

1 1
(3) Power factor of the circuit is (3) ifjiFk dk 'kfDr xq.kkad gAS
2 2

(4) All of the above (4) mijksDr lHkh


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4. Two blocks each of mass M are connected to the 4. fp= esa n'kkZ;s vuqlkj ,d gYdh Ýse ds fljksa ij nks CykWd tqM+s
ends of a light frame as shown in figure The frame gq, gaS] izR;sd CykWd dk nzO;eku M gAS Ýse dks m/oZ lefer
is rotated about the vertical line of symmetry. The js[kk ds ifjr% ?kqek;k tk jgk gAS ;fn NM+ esa ruko T0 gks tk;sxk
rod breaks if the tension in it exceeds T0. Find the rks NM+ VwV tk;sxhA Ýse dks ?kqekus dh vf/kdre vko`fÙk Kkr
maximum frequency with which the frame may dhft,] ftlds fy;s NM+ VwVs ughaA
be rotated without breaking the rod.

L
L M M
M M

1 T0 1 T0 1 T0 1 T0
(1) (2) (1) (2)
4p ML 2p ML 4p ML 2p ML

1 2T0 1 3T0 1 2T0 1 3T0


(3) (4) (3) (4)
6p 3ML 2p 2ML 6p 3ML 2p 2ML
5. A 12 W resistor and a 0.21 henry inductor are 5. 12 W izfrjks/k rFkk 0.21 gsujh izsjdRo 20 volt 50 Hz ds
connected in series to A.C. source operating at izR;korhZ L=ksr ds lkFk Js.khØe esa tqM+s gq, gAS /kkjk ,oa oksYVrk
20 volt 50 Hz. The phase angle between the ds chp dyk dks.k gS :-
current and source voltage is :- (1) 30º (2) 40º
(1) 30º (2) 40º (3) 80º (4) 90º (3) 80º (4) 90º
6. The electric field of an electromagnetic wave is 6. ,d fo|qr pqEcdh; rjax dk fo|qr {ks= fuEukuqlkj O;Dr fd;k
given by tkrk gS
E = (50 N/C) sin w(t–x/c) E = (50 N/C) sin w(t–x/c)
the energy contained in a cylinder of cross-section 10cm2 vuqizLFk dkV rFkk x-v{k ds vuqfn'k 50 cm yEckbZ
10cm2 and length 50 cm along the x-axis :- okys csyu esa fufgr ÅtkZ gksxh :-
(1) 5.5×10 –6 J (2) 5.5 × 10–12 J (1) 5.5×10 –6 J (2) 5.5 × 10–12 J
(3) 2.75 × 10 –6 J (4) 2.75 × 10 –12 J (3) 2.75 × 10 –6 J (4) 2.75 × 10 –12 J
7. A thick walled hollow sphere has outer radius R. 7. eksVh nhokj okys ,d [kks[kys xksys dh ckg~; f=T;k R gAS ;g
It rolls down an inclined plane without slipping and ,d vkur ry ij fcuk fQlys uhps yq<d + rk gS vkSj ianS s ij bldh
its speed at the bottom is v. If the inclined plane pky v gAS ;fn vkur ry ?k"kZ.k jfgr gks vkSj xksyk fcuk yq<+ds
is frictionless and the sphere slides down without fQlys rks ianS s ij bldh pky 5v/4 gksxhA xksys dh ifjHkze.k
rolling, its speed at the bottom will be 5v/4. What f=T;k fdruh gS ?
is the radius of gyration of the sphere ?
R R
R R (1) (2)
(1) (2) 2 2
2 2

3R 3R 3R 3R
(3) (4) (3) (4)
4 4 4 4
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8. An A.C. source of voltage V = 100 sin 100pt is 8. V = 100 sin 100pt oksYVrk dk izR;korhZ L=ksr 20 W izfrjksèk
connected to a resistor of resistance 20 W. The rms ds lkFk la;ksftr gAS izfrjks/k ls /kkjk dk o-ek-e-w eku gS :-
value of current through resistor is :-
10
10 (1) 10 A (2) A
(1) 10 A (2) A 2
2

5 5
A (3) A (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
(3) (4) None of these 2
2
9. In a plane electromagnetic wave, magnetic field 9. ,d lery fo|qr pqEcdh; rjax esa pqEcdh; {ks= fuEukuqlkj
is given as follows :- O;Dr fd;k tkrk gS :-
By = (2×10–7 T) sin (0.5 × 103 x + 1.5 × 1011t) By = (2×10–7 T) sin (0.5 × 103 x + 1.5 × 1011t)
Expression for electric field will be :- fo|qr {ks= ds fy;s O;atd gksxk :-
(1) Ey = (6 N/C) sin (0.5 × 103y + 1.5 × 1011t) (1) Ey = (6 N/C) sin (0.5 × 103y + 1.5 × 1011t)
(2) Ez = (6 N/C) sin (0.5 × 103x + 1.5 × 1011t) (2) Ez = (6 N/C) sin (0.5 × 103x + 1.5 × 1011t)
(3) Ex = (60 N/C) sin (0.5 × 103x + 1.5 × 1011t) (3) Ex = (60 N/C) sin (0.5 × 103x + 1.5 × 1011t)
(4) Ez = (60 N/C) sin (0.5 × 103x + 1.5 × 1011t) (4) Ez = (60 N/C) sin (0.5 × 103x + 1.5 × 1011t)
10. A cyclinder of height h is placed on an inclined 10. h Å¡pkbZ okyk csy u dk ur ry ij j[kk gq vk gS] ftldk
plane, the angle of inclination of which is slowly vkufr dks.k /khjs&/khjs c<+k;k tkrk gSA tc vkufr dks.k 45º
increased. It begins to slip when the angle of gks tk;s ;g fQlyuk izkjEHk dj ns rk gSA csyu dh f=T;k
inclination is 45º. What is the radius of the cylinder? fdruh gS ?
3 3
(1) h (2) h (1) h (2) h
4 4

1 1 1 1
(3) h (4) h (3) h (4) h
2 4 2 4
11. The root mean square value of voltage, if an 11. ;fn ,d izR;korhZ oksYVrk e = e1 sin wt + e2 cos wt ls iznf'kZr
alternating voltage is given by e = e1 sin wt + e2 g]S rks oksYVrk dk oxZ ek/; eyw eku gS :-
cos wt is :-
e12 + e 22 e12 + e 22
e +e
2 2
e +e
2 2
(1) (2)
(1) 1 2
(2) 1 2
2 2
2 2

e12 - e 22 e12 - e 22 e12 - e 22 e12 - e 22


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

12. The amplitude of electric and magnetic fields in 12. 4.0 W/m2 rhozrk okys lekukUrj izdk'k iqat esa fo|q r ,oa
a parallel beam of light of intensity 4.0 W/m2 are, pqEcdh; {ks=ksa ds vk;ke gksax]s Øe'k% :-
respectively :- (1) 54.87, N/C, 1.83 × 10 –7 T
(1) 54.87, N/C, 1.83 × 10 –7 T
(2) 1.83 × 10–7 N/C, 54.87 T
(2) 1.83 × 10–7 N/C, 54.87 T
(3) 18.19 N/C, 6 T (3) 18.19 N/C, 6 T
(4) 6 N/C 18.19 T (4) 6 N/C 18.19 T

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13. A stick of length L and mass M lies on a frictionless 13. L yEckbZ ,oa M nzO;eku okyh NM+ ,d ?k"kZ .k jfgr {ksfrt
horizontal surface on which it is free to move in lrg ij j[kh gq;h gS] ftl ij ;g fdlh Hkh izdkj ls xfr ds
any way. A ball of mass m moving with speed v fy;s Lora= gSA v osx ls xfr djrh gqbZ m nzO;eku dh xsan
collides elastically with the stick as shown in the fp= esa n'kkZ;s vuqlkj NM+ ls izR;kLFkr% Vdjkrh gAS ;fn VDdj
figure. If after the collision the ball comes to rest, ds i'pkr~ xsan fojkekoLFkk esa vk tkrh g]S rks xsan dh nzO;eku
then what should be the mass of the ball ? fdruk gS ?
L L

(1) m = 2M (2) m = M (1) m = 2M (2) m = M


(3) m = M/2 (4) m = M/4 (3) m = M/2 (4) m = M/4
14. An AC voltage V = V0 sin 100 t is applied to the 14. ifjiFk ij ,d izR;korhZ oksYVrk V = V0 sin 100 t vkjksfir
circuit, the phase difference between current and
p
dh x;h g]S /kkjk ,oa oksYVrk ds chp dykUrj izkIr gksrk g]S
p 4
voltage is found to be , then :-
4 rks :-
V, I V, I
V I V I

t t

p/4 p/4

(1) R = 100 W, C = 1 µF (1) R = 100 W, C = 1 µF


(2) R = 1 kW, C = 10 µF (2) R = 1 kW, C = 10 µF
(3) R = 10 kW, L = 1 H (3) R = 10 kW, L = 1 H
(4) R = 1 kW, L = 10 H (4) R = 1 kW, L = 10 H
15. Which of the following relation is correct ? 15. fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkuS lk lEcU/k lgh gS ?
(1) e 0 E 0 = µ0 B0 (2) µ0 e0 = B0 / E 0 (1) e 0 E 0 = µ0 B0 (2) µ0 e0 = B0 / E 0

(3) E0 = µ0 e0 B0 (4) µ0 E 0 = e 0 B0 (3) E0 = µ0 e 0 B0 (4) µ0 E 0 = e 0 B0


16. A cylindrical rod of mass M, length L and radius 16. M nz O;eku] L yEckbZ vkSj R f=T;k okyh ,d cs yukdkj
R has two cords wound around it whose ends are NM+ ij nks Mksf j;k¡ yisV h x;h gSa] ftuds fljs Nr ls tqM +sa gq,
attached to the ceiling. The rod is held horizontally gSA Mksjh;ksa dks Å/okZ/kj j[k dj NM+ dks {ksfrt j[kk x;k gSA
with the two cords vertical. When the rod is tc NM+ dks eqDr fd;k tkrk g]S Mksjh;k¡ [kqyrh gS vkSj NM+
released, the cords unwind and the rod rotates, the tSl&s tlS s uhps vkrh gS] ?kw.kZu djrh gqbZ NM+ dk jSf[kd Roj.k
linear acceleration of the rod as it falls, is :- gS :-
(1) g (2) g/3 (3) 2g/3 (4) g/2 (1) g (2) g/3 (3) 2g/3 (4) g/2
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17. A constant voltage at different frequencies is applied 17. fofHkUu vko`fÙk;ksa okyh fu;r oksYVrk fp= esa n'kkZ;s vuqlkj C
across a capacitance C as shown in the figure. ij vkjksfir dh tkrh gAS

Signal ~ V Signal ~ V
Generator Generator
A A

Which of the following graphs correctly depicts fuEufyf[kr xzkQksa esa ls dkSulk vko`fÙk ds lkFk /kkjk ds ifjorZu
the variation of current with frequency ? dks ,dne lgh n'kkZrk gS ?
I I I I

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


w w w w

I I I I

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


w w w w
18. A thin hollow cylinder is free to rotate about its 18. ,d iryk ,oa [kks[kyk csyu bldh T;kferh; v{k ds ifjr%
geometrical axis. It has a mass of 8 kg and a radius ?kw.kZu ds fy;s Lora = gSA bldk nzO;eku 8 kg rFkk f=T;k
of 20 cm. A rope is wrapped around the cylinder. 20 cm gAS csyu ij ,d Mksjh yisVh x;h gAS 3 rad/s2 dks.kh;
What force must be exerted along the rope to Roj.k mRiUu djus ds fy;s Mksjh ds vuqfn'k fdruk cy yxkuk
produce an angular acceleration of 3 rad/s2 ? gksxk ?
(1) 8.4 N (2) 5.8 N (1) 8.4 N (2) 5.8 N
(3) 4.8 N (4) None of these (3) 4.8 N (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
19. An A.C. circuit with f = 1000 Hz consists of a coil 19. f = 1000 Hz okys ,d izR;korhZ ifjiFk esa 200 feyh gsujh
of 200 millihenry and negligible resistance. The rFkk ux.; izfrjks/k okyh dq.Myh gSA ;fn izHkkoh /kkjk 5 mA
voltage across the coil, if the effective current of izokfgr gks jgh gS rks dq.Myh ij oksYVrk gS :-
5 mA is flowing, is :- (1) 7.64 V(rms) (2) 7.452 V(rms)
(1) 7.64 V(rms) (2) 7.452 V(rms)
(3) 6.28 V(rms) (4) 74.62 V(rms) (3) 6.28 V(rms) (4) 74.62 V(rms)
20. A solid sphere rolls down two different 20. ,d Bksl xksyk leku Åapkb;ksa fdUrq fHkUu&fHkUu vkufr;ksa okys
inclined planes of the same height but different nks vyx&vyx vkur ryksa ls uhps yq<+drk gS :-
inclinations :- (1) nksuksa fLFkfr;ksa eas] pky ,oa uhps vkus esa yxs le; leku
(1) in both cases, the speeds and time of descent gksaxsA
will be same
(2) pky leku gksxh fdUrq uhps vkus esa yxs le; fHkUu&fHkUu
(2) the speeds will be same but time of descent will
gksaxsA
be different
(3) pky fHkUu&fHkUu gksxh fdUrq uhps vkus esa yxk le; leku
(3) the speeds will be different but time of descent
will be same
gksaxsA
(4) speeds and time of descent both will be (4) nksuksa esa pky ,oa uhps vkus esa yxs le; fHkUu&fHkUu
different gksaxsA
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21. If a circuit made up of a resistance 1 W and 21. ;fn ,d ifjiFk 1 W izfrjks/k vkSj 0.01 H izsjdRo dks 50 Hz,
inductance 0.01 H, an alternating emf 200 volt at 200 oksYV fo-ok-c- ds lkFk tksM+dj cuk;k x;k g]S rks ifjiFk
50 Hz is connected, then the phase difference esa /kkjk rFkk fo-ok-c- ds chp dykUrj gS :-
between the current and the emf in the circuit is :-
æ pö
æ pö (1) tan–1 (p) (2) tan–1 ç ÷
(1) tan–1 (p) (2) tan–1 ç ÷ è2ø
è2ø
æ pö æ pö æ pö æ pö
(3) tan–1 ç ÷ (4) tan–1 ç ÷ (3) tan–1 ç ÷ (4) tan–1 ç ÷
è4ø è3ø è4ø è3ø
22. If a constant torque of 500 N-m turns a wheel of 22. ;fn 500 N-m cyk?kw.kZ] 100 kg-m2 tM+Ro vk?kw.kZ okys ifg;s
moment of inertia 100 kg-m 2 about an axis dks blds dsUnz ls xqtjus okyh v{k ds ifjr% ?kwf.kZr djrk g]S
passing through its centre, then the gain in angular rks 2 lsd.M eas izkIr dks.kh; osx gksxk :-
velocity in 2 sec is :- (1) 10 rad/s (2) 5 rad/s
(1) 10 rad/s (2) 5 rad/s (3) 2.5 rad/s (4) 10 rad/s2 (3) 2.5 rad/s (4) 10 rad/s2
23. Voltage applied to an AC circuit and current 23. izR;korhZ ifjiFk esa vkjksfir foHkokUrj ,oa izokfgr /kkjk fuEukuqlkj
flowing in it is given by: gS :
p æ pö
V = 200 2 sin æç wt + ö÷ and I = - 2 cos ç wt + ÷ p æ pö
V = 200 2 sin æç wt + ö÷ ,oa I = - 2 cos ç wt + ÷
è 4ø è 4ø è 4ø è 4ø
Then, power consumed in the circuit will be rc mijksDr ifjfLFkfr esa ifjiFk esa O;f;r 'kfDr gksxh
(1) 200 W (2) 400 W (1) 200 W (2) 400 W
(3) 200 2 W (4) None of these (3) 200 2 W (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
24. If a particle moves in the x-y plane, the resultant 24. ;fn ,d d.k x-y ry esa] xfr djrk g]S ifj.kkeh dks.kh; laoxs
angular momentum has :- dk gksxk :-
(1) only x-component (1) dsoy x-?kVd
(2) only y-component (2) dsoy y-?kVd
(3) both x and y component (3) x ,oa y ?kVd nksuksa
(4) only z-component (4) dsoy z-?kVd
25. A 44 mH inductor is connected to 220 V, 50 Hz AC 25. 44 mH ds izjs dRo dks 220 V, 50 Hz dh izR;korhZ vkiwfrZ ds
supply. The rms value of the current in the circuit is:- lkFk la;ksftr fd;k x;k g]S ifjiFk esa /kkjk dk o-ek-ewy eku gS :-
(1) 15.9 A (2) 31.8 A (3) 8 A (4) 0.5 A (1) 15.9 A (2) 31.8 A (3) 8 A (4) 0.5 A
26. Light wave is travelling along y-direction. If the 26. ,d izdk'k rajx y-fn'kk esa xeu dj jgh gAS ;fn fdlh {k.k ij
r r
corresponding E vector at any time is along the blds laxr E lfn'k x-v{k ds vuqfn'k g]S rks ml le; ij
r r
x-axis, then the direction B vector at that time is B lfn'k fdlds vuqfn'k gksxk :-
along :-
y y

x x

z z
(1) y-axis (2) x-axis (3) z-axis (4) –z-axis (1) y-v{k (2) x-v{k (3) z-v{k (4) –z-v{k
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27. A uniform thin bar of mass 6m and length 12 L is bent 27. 6m nzO;eku ,oa 12 L yEckbZ okyh iryh NM+ dks ,d fu;fer
to make a regular hexagon. Its moment of inertia "kV~Hkqt cukus ds fy;s eksM+k x;k gAS "kV~Hkqt ds dsUnz ls xqtjus
about an axis passing through the centre of mass and okyh rFkk blds ry ds yEcor~ v{k ds ifjr% bldk tM+Ro
perpendicular to the plane of the hexagon is :- vk?kw.kZ gS :-
(1) 20mL2 (2) 6mL2 (1) 20mL2 (2) 6mL2
12 2 12 2
(3) mL (4) 30mL2 (3) mL (4) 30mL2
5 5
28. A sinusoidal voltage of frequency 60 Hz and peak 28. 60 Hz vko`fÙk ,oa 150 V f'k[kj eku okyh izR;korhZ oksYVrk
value 150 V is applied to a series L-R circuit, Js.kh L-R ifjiFk ij vkjksfir dh x;h g]S tgk¡ R = 20 W rFkk
where R = 20 W and L = 40 mH :- L = 40 mH gSA
The amplitudes of current, VR and VL are, respectively /kkjk dk vk;ke] VR rFkk VL ds eku ga]S Øe'k%
(1) 6A, 90 V and 120 V (1) 6A, 90 V and 120 V
(2) 3A, 45 V and 60 V (2) 3A, 45 V and 60 V
(3) 6A, 120 V and 90 V (3) 6A, 120 V and 90 V
(4) 3A, 60 V and 45 V (4) 3A, 60 V and 45 V
29. Moment of inertia of a ring of mass 3 gm and 29. 3 gm nzO;eku ,oa 1 cm f=T;k okyh oy; dk blds fdukjs
radius 1 cm about an axis passing through its edge ls xqtjus okyh rFkk bldh izkd`frd v{k ds lekukUrj v{k ds
and parallel to its natural axis is :- ifjr% tM+Ro vk?kw.kZ gksxk :-
(1) 10 gm cm2 (2) 100 gm cm2 (1) 10 gm cm2 (2) 100 gm cm2
(3) 6 gm cm2 (4) 1 gm cm2
(3) 6 gm cm2 (4) 1 gm cm2
3p
30. The average value of current i = I m sin wt 30. /kkjk i = Im sin wt ds fy;s t = p ls t = rd vkSlr
2w 2w
p 3p eku] Im dk fdruk xquk g\
S
from t = to t = is how many times of Im?
2w 2w (1) 2 (2) 3
(1) 2 (2) 3 (3) 0 (4) 5 (3) 0 (4) 5
31. An electromagnetic wave, going through vacuum 31. fuokZr esa xeu dj jgh ,d fo|qr pqEcdh; rjax E = E0 sin
is described by E = E0 sin (kx – wt). Which of the (kx – wt) }kjk O;Dr dh tkrh gSA fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSulk
following is independent of wavelength ? rjaxn/S ;Z ij fuHkZj ugha djrk gS ?
(1) k (2) w (1) k (2) w
(3) k/w (4) kw (3) k/w (4) kw
32. The moment of inertia of a uniform disc about an 32. ,d le:i pdrh dk dsUnz ls xqtjus okyh rFkk blds ry ds
axis passing through its centre and perpendicular yEcor~ v{k ds ifjr% tM+ Ro vk?kw. kZ 1 kg-m 2 gSA ;g
to its plane is 1 kg-m 2. It is rotating with an 100 rad/s dks.kh; osx ds lkFk ?kw.kZu dj jgh gSA ,slh gh ,d
angular velocity 100 rad/s. Another identical disc vU; pdrh blds Åij bl izdkj j[k nh tkrh gS fd buds dsUnz
is gently placed on it so that their centres coincide. lEikfrr gks tkrs gaAS vc ;g nksuks pdrh;k¡ ,d lkFk leku v{k
Now these two discs together continue to rotate ds ifjr% ?kw.kZ u djus yxrh gSA rks xfrt ÅtkZ dh gkfu
about the same axis. Then the loss in kinetic (fdyks tyw esa ) gksxh :-
energy (in kilojoules) is :-
(1) 2.5 (2) 3.0
(1) 2.5 (2) 3.0
(3) 3.5 (4) 4.0 (3) 3.5 (4) 4.0

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33. In series L-C-R circuit, voltage drop across 33. ,d L-C-R Js.kh ifjiFk esa izfrjks/k ds fljksa ij foHko iru 8V,
resistance is 8V, across inductor is 6V and across izjs dRo ds fljksa ij 6V ,oa la/kkfj= ds fljksa ij 12V gks
capacitor is 12V. Then :- rc :-
(1) voltage of source will be leading in the circuit (1) ifjiFk esa òksr dk foHkokUrj dyk esa vkxs gksxk
(2) voltage drop across each element will be less (2) izR;sd rRo ij foHko iru dk eku vkjksfir foHko ls de
than the applied voltage gksxk
4 4
(3) Power factor of the circuit will be (3) ifjiFk esa 'kfDr xq.kkad gksxk
5 5
(4) None of these (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
34. Total energy density of electromagnetic waves in 34. fuokZr esa fo|qr pqEcdh; rjax dk dqy ÅtkZ ?kuRo gksrk
vacuum is given by the relation :- gS :-
E2 B2 1 1 E2 B2 1 1
(1) + (2) e 0 E 2 + µ 0 B2 (1) + (2) e 0 E 2 + µ 0 B2
2e0 2µ0 2 2 2e0 2µ0 2 2

E 2 + B2 1 B2 E 2 + B2 1 B2
(3) (4) e0E2 + (3) (4) e0E2 +
c 2 2µ0 c 2 2µ0
35. Consider the situation as shown in figure. The 35. fp= esa n'kkZ;h x;h fLFkfr ij fopkj dhft;sA ifg;s dk tM+Ro
moment of inertia of wheel is 2kg–m 2 and its vk?kw.kZ 2kg–m2 rFkk bldh f=T;k 0.25 m gAS ;g ekurs
radius is 0.25 m. Find the angular acceleration of gq, fd dksbZ fQlyu ugha gS] ifg;s dk dks.kh; Roj.k Kkr
the wheel, assuming no slipping. dhft;sA
2kg 10 N 2kg 10 N

10 20 10 20
(1) rad/S 2 (2) rad/S 2 (1) rad/S 2 (2) rad/S 2
17 17 17 17
4 5 4 5
(3) rad/S 2 (4) rad/S 2 (3) rad/S 2 (4) rad/S 2
5 16 5 16
36. What is the cause of “Green house effect” ? 36. “xzhu gkml izHkko” dk dkj.k D;k gS ?
(1) Infrared rays (2) Ultraviolet rays (1) vojDr fdj.ksa (2) ijkcSaxuh fdj.ksa
(3) X-rays (4) Radio waves (3) X-fdj.ksa (4) jsfM;ks rjaxsa
37. In a circuit L, C and R are connected in series with 37. ,d ifjiFk esa L, C rFkk R, 'f' vko`fÙk okys izR;korhZ L=ksr ds
an alternating voltage source of frequency 'f'. The lkFk Js.khØe esa tksM+s x;s gSaA /kkjk oksYVrk ls dyk esa 45° ls
current leads the voltage by 45°. The value of C is:- vkxs gAS C dk eku gS :-
1 1 1 1
(1) 2pf ( 2pfL + R ) (2) (1) 2pf ( 2pfL + R ) (2)
pf ( 2pfL + R ) pf ( 2pfL + R )

1 1 1 1
(3) (4) (3) (4)
2pF ( 2 pfL - R ) pF ( 2pfL - R ) 2pF ( 2 pfL - R ) pF ( 2pfL - R )

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38. A disc of mass M and radius R is rolling without 38. M nzO;eku vkSj R f=T;k okyh ,d pdrh n'kkZ;s vuqlkj {kSfrt
slipping with angular speed w on a horizontal ry ij w dks.kh; pky ds lkFk fcuk fQlys ykSVuh xfr dj
plane as shown. The magnitude of angular jgh gAS ewy fcUnq O ds ifjr% pdrh ds dks.kh; laoxs dk ifjek.k
momentum of the disc about the origin O is :- gS &
y y

w w
M M

O x O x
1 3 1 3
(1) MR 2 w (2) MR2w (3) MR 2 w (4) 2MR2w (1) MR 2 w (2) MR2w (3) MR 2 w (4) 2MR2w
2 2 2 2
39. A uniform horizontal rod smoothly pivoted at one of 39. ,d fljs ij fdyfdr le:i {kfS rt NM+ dks fojkekoLFkk ls NksMk+
its ends is released from rest. If it swings in vertical tkrk gAS ;fn ;g Å/oZry ls >wyrh gS rks bl NM+ ds fljs P dh
plane, the maximum speed of the end P of the rod is:- vf/kdre pky gS &

P P
O O
(1) 2 3gl (2) 3gl (3) 2 2gl (4) gl (1) 2 3gl (2) 3gl (3) 2 2gl (4) gl
40. Which circuit, cannot have resonance 40. dkSuls ifjiFk esa vuqukn ugha gks ldrk gS
(1) R – L (2) R – C (1) R – L (2) R – C
(3) L – C (4) Both (1) and (2) (3) L – C (4) (1) o (2) nksuksa
41. The oscillating electric and magnetic vectors of an 41. fdlh fo|qr&pqEcdh; rjax esa nksyu'khy fo|qr ,oa pqEcdh;
electromagnetic waves are oriented along :- lfn'k fdlds vuqfn'k gksrs gS :-
(1) The same direction but differ in phase by 90º (1) ,d gh fn'kk esa fdUrq 90º dykUrj ds lkFk
(2) The same direction and are in phase
(2) ,d gh fn'kk esa vkSj leku dyk esa
(3) Mutually perpendicular directions and are in phase
(3) ijLij yEcor~ fn'kkvksa esa rFkk leku dyk esa
(4) Mutually perpendicular directions and differ
in phase by 90º (4) ijLij yEcor~ fn'kkvksa esa fdUrq 90º dykUrj ds lkFk
42. Two thin uniform rings made of same material and 42. ,d gh inkFkZ ls fufeZr R o 4R f=T;kvksa okyh nks le:i ,oa
of radii R and 4R are joined as shown. The mass iryh oy;ksa dks n'kkZ;s vuqlkj tksM+k x;k gAS NksVh oy; dk
of smaller ring is m. Find the moment of inertia nzO;eku m gAS cM+h oy; ds nzO;eku dsUnz ls xqtjus okyh rFkk
of the system about an axis passsing through the ry ds yEcor~ v{k ds ifjr% fudk; dk tM+Ro vk?kw.kZ Kkr
center of mass of centre of bigger ring and dhft;s &
perpendicular to the plane :

(1) 85 mR 2 (2) 90 mR2


(1) 85 mR2 (2) 90 mR2 (3) 70 mR2 (4) 35 mR2 (3) 70 mR2 (4) 35 mR2
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43. Match the following columns 43. fuEufyf[kr LrEHkksa dk feyku dhft;s

Column-I Column-II LrEHk -I LrEHk -II


A. VR 1. p A. V R 1. π
ahead of I I ls vkxs
2 2
B. VC 2. Parallel to I B. V C 2. I ds lekukUrj
C. VL 3. p C. V L 3. π
behind I I ls ihNs
2 2

Codes :- Codes :-

A B C A B C
(1) 1 2 3 (1) 1 2 3
(2) 2 3 1 (2) 2 3 1
(3) 3 2 1 (3) 3 2 1
(4) 1 3 2 (4) 1 3 2

44. An ac ammeter is used to measure current in a 44. ,d ifjiFk esa /kkjk ekius ds fy;s izR;korhZ vehVj iz;qDr fd;k
circuit. When a given direct current passes through x;k gAS tc ifjiFk ls nh xbZ fn"V /kkjk izokfgr gksrh gS] izR;korhZ
the circuit, the ac ammeter reads 6 A. When vehVj dk ikB~;kad 6 A gAS tc ,d vU; izR;korhZ /kkjk ifjiFk
another alternating current passes through the ls izokfgr gksrh gS rks vehVj 8A n'kkZrk gS ;fn fn"V /kkjk rFkk
circuit, the ac ammeter reads 8A. Then find the izR;korhZ /kkjk ,d lkFk ifjiFk ls izokfgr gks rks bl vehVj dk
reading of this ammeter, if dc and ac flow through ikB~;kad gksxk -
the circuit simultaneously.
(1) 10 2 A (2) 14 A
(1) 10 2 A (2) 14 A
(3) 10 A (4) 15 A (3) 10 A (4) 15 A
45. A thin wire of length L and uniform linear mass 45. L yackbZ ,oa le:i jsf[kd nzO;eku ?kuRo okys ,d rkj dks
density r is bent into a circular loop with center o`Ùkkdkj oy; ds :i esa eksM+k x;k gS ftldk dsUnz n'kkZ;s
at O as shown. The moment of inertia of the loop vuqlkj O ij gSA oy; dk XX' v{k ds ifjr% tM+Ro vk?kw.kZ
about axis XX' is : gS &

X X' X X'
90° 90°
O O

rL3 rL3 rL3 rL3


(1) (2) (1) (2)
8p 2 16p 2 8p 2 16p 2

5rL3 3rL3 5rL3 3rL3


(3) (4) (3) (4)
16p 2 8 p2 16p 2 8p2
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TOPIC : p-Block Elements, Group 13 elements, Group 14 elements, Group 15 elements, Group 16 elements,
Group 17 elements, Group 18 elements, General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements, Principles
and methods of extraction-Redox rections, Hydrogen.

46. NO2 ¾¾¾


H 2O
®X + Y 46. NO2 ¾¾¾
H 2O
®X + Y
correct statement is :- lgh dFku g:S -
(1) X is basic, Y is neutral (1) X {kkjh; g,S Y mnklhu gS
(2) X is basic, Y is acidic (2) X {kkjh;, Y vEyh; gS
(3) X is neutral, Y is acidic (3) X mnklhu g,S Y vEyh; gS
(4) X is acidic, Y is acidic (4) X vEyh; g,S Y vEyh; gS
47. Black P > Red P > white P order is not correct for :- 47. dkyk P > yky P > lQsn P es fdlds fy, Øe lgh ugha
(1) Thermodynamic stability gSaA
(1) m"ekxfrdh; LFkkf;Ro
(2) Density
(2) ?kuRo
(3) Melting point
(3) xyukad
(4) Reactivity (4) fØ;k'khyrk
48. Consider following statements :- 48. fuEu dFkuksa ij fopkj dhft, :-
(a) R2SiO is repeating unit of linear silicones. (a) R2SiO js[kh; flfydksuksa dh iqujko`fÙk bdkbZ gAS
(b) RSiCl3 on hydrolysis followed by dehydration (b) RSiCl3 ty vi?kVu ds ckn futZyhdj.k djus ij js[kh;
gives linear silicones flfydksu nsrh gAS
(c) Silicones can be used as heat insulator (c) flfydksuksa dk mi;ksx Å"ekjks/kh ds :i esa dj ldrs gaAS
(d) Silica is soluble in HF. (d) flfydk HF esa ?kqyu'khy gAS
The correct statement (s) is/are lgh dFku g-S
(1) a, b, c & d (2) a, c & d (1) a, b, c rFkk d (2) a, c rFkk d
(3) a, b & d (4) a & c (3) a, b rFkk d (4) a rFkk c
49. On hydrolysis which compound gives methane ? 49. dkSulk ;kSfxd ty vi?kVu ij esFksu nsxk\
(1) Al4C3 (2) Be2C (1) Al4C3 (2) Be2C
(3) Both (1) & (2) (4) Mg 2C3 (3) (1) & (2) nksuksa (4) Mg 2C3
50. Find the incorrect match :- 50. vlR; feyku pqfu, :-

(1) Al2Cl6 :- 3c–4e bond is present (1) Al2Cl6 :- 3c–4e– ca/ k mifLFkr gS
(2) Al 2 (CH 3 ) 6 :- All carbon atoms are sp 3
(2) Al2(CH3)6 :- lHkh dkcZu sp3 ladfjr gS
hybridised
(3) I2Cl6 :- vleryh; gS
(3) I2Cl6 :- Non planar
(4) Al2Br6 :- Non-polar (4) Al2Br6 :- v/kzqoh ; gS

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51. Which of following is not correctly matched? 51. fuEu esa dkuS lgh lqefs yr ugha gaS?
(1) Trimeta phosphoric acid = 6 membered ring (1) Vª k bes V kQkW L Qks f jd vEy = 6 lnL; oy; rFkk
& 3pp-dp bond. 3pp-dp cU/k
(2) Hypophosphoric acid = +4 o.s. of p & contain (2) gkbiksQkWLQksfjd vEy = p dh +4 vkWDlhdj.k voLFkk rFkk
p-p bond. p-p cU/k j[krk gS
(3) ikbjkslY¶;w fjd vEy = sp3 ladj.k rFkk lHkh S-O
(3) Pyrosulphuric acid = sp3 hybridisation and all
cU/k yEckbZ leku
identical S-O bond length
(4) dsjks vEy = lYQj dh +6 vkWDlhdj.k voLFkk rFkk
(4) Caro acid = +6 o.s. of sulphur & basicity is one {kkjdrk ,d gS
52. Correct statement is :- 52. lgh dFku gS :-
(1) H3PO3 is stronger than H2SO4 (1) H2SO4 dh vis{kk H3PO3 izcy gS

(2) In aq. Medium HF is stronger than HCl. (2) tyh; ek/;e esa HCl dh vis{kk HF izcy gS
(3) HNO3 is stronger acid than HNO2 (3) HNO2 dh vis{kk HNO3 izcy gS

(4) HClO4 is weaker acid than HClO 3 (4) HClO3 dh vis{kk HClO4 nqcZy gS
53. Which compound of boron there is presence of 53. cksjksu dk ;kSfxd ftlesa s rFkk p ca/k nksuksa mifLFkr gS :-
s & p bond both :- (1) BF4– (2) BH3

(1) BF4 (2) BH3 (3) B2H6 (4) BF 3 (3) B2H6 (4) BF 3
54. Which of the following species is not a pseudo 54. fuEufyf[kr eas ls dkuS lh iztkfr Nn~e gy
S kbM ugha gaS :-
halide :- (1) CNO– (2) RCOO–
(1) CNO– (2) RCOO– (3) CN– (4) N3– (3) CN– (4) N3–
55. When H2S is passed through nitric acid or acidified 55. tc H2S dks ukbfVªd vEy ;k vEyh; KMnO4 foy;u ls
KMnO4 solution, the product formed is :- izokfgr djrs gaS rks mRikn fufeZr gksrs gaS:-
(1) H2SO4 (1) H2SO4
(2) Colloidal Sulphur (2) dksykbMh xU/kd
(3) SO2 (3) SO2
(4) Plastic Sulphur (4) IykfLVd xU/kd
56. Compound of formula R n Si (OH)4-n form linear 56. ;kSfxd ftldk lw= Rn Si (OH)4-n g]S ls js[kh; vkSj pØh;
& cyclic silicon respectively the value of n may
flfydksu cu ldrh gS rks n dk eku Øe'k% g:S -
be :-
(1) 1, 2 (2) 2, 2 (3) 1, 3 (4) 3, 1 (1) 1, 2 (2) 2, 2 (3) 1, 3 (4) 3, 1
57. Which of the following is not possible :- 57. fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkuS lEHko ugah gaS :-
(1) C12H22O11 ¾¾¾ ® 12C + 11 H2O
Conc.
(1) C12H22O11 ¾¾¾ ® 12C + 11 H2O
Conc.
H2 SO 4 H2SO4

(2) S + conc. H2SO4 ¾¾


D
® SO2+H2O (2) S + conc. H2SO4 ¾¾
D
® SO2+H2O

(3) XeF4 + O2F2 ¾¾


® XeF6 + O2 (3) XeF4 + O2F2 ¾¾
® XeF6 + O2
+ –
(4) XeF4 + PF5 ¾¾ + – (4) XeF4 + PF5 ¾¾
® [PF4] [XeF 5]
® [PF4] [XeF 5]

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58. Kionite has a silicate anion of three SiO 4 58. fdvksukbV esa flfydsV ½.kk;u esa rhu SiO4 prq"Qydh;
tetrahedral, that shares 3 corners with adjacent lajpuk dh bdkbZ gksrh g]S tks fudVorhZ prq"Qyd ls dksuksa dk
tetrahedral. The formula of the silicate anion is : lk>k djrs gSaA flfydsV ½.kk;u dk lw= gS %
(1) Si3O 96– 8–
(2) Si3O10 (1) Si3O 6–
9
8–
(2) Si3O10

(3) Si3O 62– 4–


(4) Si3O11 (3) Si3O 2–
6
4–
(4) Si3O11

59. In the hydrolysis of ICl, the products are : 59. ICl ds ty vi?kfVr mRikn gS %
(1) HI + HCl (2) HI + HOCl (1) HI + HCl (2) HI + HOCl
(3) HCl + HOI (4) HOCl + HOI (3) HCl + HOI (4) HOCl + HOI
60. Which is not used for bleaching :- 60. fuEu esa ls dkSu fojatd dh rjg dk;Z ugha djrk :-
(1) H2O 2 (2) SO2 (1) H2O 2 (2) SO2
(3) O2 (4) Cl2 + H2O (3) O2 (4) Cl2 + H2O
61. General formula of alum is :- 61. ,ye (fQVdjh) dk lkekU; lw= gS :-
(1) M2SO4.M’2(SO4)3.24H2O (1) M2SO4.M’2(SO4)3.24H2O
(2) MSO4.M’(SO4)3.14H2O (2) MSO4.M’(SO4)3.14H2O
(3) M2SO4.M’(SO4)3.24H2O (3) M2SO4.M’(SO4)3.24H2O
(4) None of these (4) mijksDr esa ls dksbZ ugha
62. Which of the following does not give oxygen on 62. fuEu esa ls dkuS &lk xeZ djus ij vkWDlhtu ugha nsrk gS :-
heating :-
(1) (NH4)2Cr2O7 (2) KClO3
(1) (NH4)2Cr2O7 (2) KClO3
(3) K2Cr2O7 (4) H2O 2 (3) K2Cr2O7 (4) H2O 2
63. If oxalic acid is treated with conc. H 2SO 4 then 63. ;fn vkWDlsfyd vEy lkUnz H2SO4 ds lkFk vfHkfØ;k djs rks
gases formed will be :- mRiUu gksus okyh xl S gksxh :-
(1) SO2 & SO3 (2) CO & SO2 (1) SO2 rFkk SO3 (2) CO rFkk SO2
(3) CO & CO2 (4) O2 & N2 (3) CO rFkk CO2 (4) O2 rFkk N2
64. Chlorine water on standing loses its colour & 64. Dyksjhu ty [kqys esa j[kus ij ;g jaxfoghu gks tkrk gS rFkk cukrk
forms :- gS :-
(1) HCl & HClO2 (2) HCl Only (1) HCl ,oa HClO2 (2) HCl dso y
(3) HOCl & HOCl2 (4) HCl & HOCl (3) HOCl ,oa HOCl2 (4) HCl ,oa HOCl
65. Which intermolecular force is most responsible in 65. thukW u xSl dks nzo hÏr djus ds fy , fuEu esa ls dkS ulk
allowing xenon gas to liquify :- vUrjvkf.od cy lokZf/kd mÙkjnk;h gS :-
(1) Ionic (1) vk;fud
(2) Instantaneous dipole-induced dipole (2) rk{kf.kd f}/kqzo izsfjr f}/kqzo
(3) Dipole-Dipole (3) f}/kzqo&f}/kzqo
(4) Ion-dipole (4) vk;u&f}/kzqo
66. The reaction 3ClO–(aq) ® ClO3– (aq)+2Cl–(aq) is an 66. 3ClO–(aq) ® ClO3– (aq)+2Cl–(aq) vfHkfØ;k mnkgj.k gS :-
example of :- (1) vkWDlhdj.k
(1) Oxidation Reaction
(2) vip;u
(2) Reduction Reaction
(3) Disproportionation (3) fo"kehdj.k
(4) Decomposition Reaction (4) fo?kVu
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67. In view of the signs of D r G ° for the following 67. fuEu vfHkfØ;kvksa ds fy, DrG° ds fpUg dks /;ku esa j[krs
reaction :-
gq, ysM rFkk fVu ds fy, dkSulh vkWDlhdj.k voLFkk vf/kd
PbO2 + Pb ® 2PbO DrG° < O
LFkk;h gAS
SnO2+Sn ® 2SnO DrG° > O PbO2 + Pb ® 2PbO DrG° < O
Which oxidation states are more stable for lead & tin. SnO2+Sn ® 2SnO DrG° > 0
(1) for lead +4, for tin +2 (1) ysM ds fy, +4, fVu ds fy, +2
(2) for lead +2, for tin +2 (2) ysM ds fy, +2, fVu ds fy, +2
(3) for lead +4, for tin +4 (3) ysM ds fy, +4, fVu ds fy, +4
(4) for lead +2, for tin +4 (4) ysM ds fy, +2, fVu ds fy, +4
68. The stability of dihalide of Si, Ge, Sn & Pb 68. Si, Ge, Sn rFkk Pb ds MkbgyS kbMksa dh c<+rh gqbZ LFkkf;Ro dk
increases stability in the sequence. :- Øe gS :-
(1) GeX2 << SiX2 << SnX2 << PbX2 (1) GeX2 << SiX2 << SnX2 << PbX2
(2) SiX2 << GeX2 << SnX2 << PbX2 (2) SiX2 << GeX2 << SnX2 << PbX2
(3) SiX2 << SnX2 << GeX2 << PbX2 (3) SiX2 << SnX2 << GeX2 << PbX2
(4) PbX2 << SnX2 << GeX2 << SiX2 (4) PbX2 << SnX2 << GeX2 << SiX2
69. Which one of the following statement regarding 69. fuEu esa ls ghfy;e ls lEcfU/kr dkuS lk dFku xyr gS :-
helium is incorrect :- (1) bldk mi;ksx vfrlqpkyd pqEcdksa dks mRikfnr djus esa
(1) It is used to produce & sustain powerful super gksrk gS
conducting magnets (2) bldk mi;ksx fuEu rki ij lapkfyr iz;ksxksa ds fy, fuEurkih
(2) It is used as a cryogenic agent for carrying out dkjd ds :i esa fd;k tkrk gAS
experiments at low temperature
(3) bldk mi;ksx gkbMªkstu ds LFkku ij xqCckjksa esa Hkjus esa fd;k
(3) It is used to fill gas balloons instead of
hydrogen because it is lighter than hydrogen tkrk gS D;ksafd ;g gkbMªkstu ls gYdh ,oa vToyu'khy gksrh
& non inflammable gSA
(4) It is used in gas-cooled reactors. (4) bldk mi;ksx xl S 'khfrr ukfHkdh; fj;DVjksa esa fd;k tkrk gAS
70. H2 can be obtained by :- 70. H2 dks izkIr fd;k tk ldrk gS :-
(1) Electrolysis of acidified water using platinum (1) IysVhue bysDVªksMks dks iz;ksx djds vEyh; ty ds oS|qr
electrode. vi?kV~u }kjk
(2) Obtained as by product in manufacture of (2) czk;u foy;u ds oS|qr vi?kV~u }kjk NaOH ds fuekZ.k dk
NaOH by electrolysis of Brine solution lg&mRikn
(3) Reaction of steam with CO. (3) CO rFkk Hkki dh vfHkfØ;k }kjk
(4) All of these (4) mijksDr lHkh
71. In which property listed below hydrogen does not 71. uhps nh x;h fdlh fo'ks"krk esa gkbMªkts u {kkj /kkrq ls lekurk ugha
reasemble alkali metals :- j[krk gS :-
(1) ns1 configuration (1) ns1 foU;kl
(2) Nature of oxide (2) vkWDlkbM dh izÏfr
(3) Combination with halogen (3) gyS kstu ls la;kstu
(4) Valency (4) la;kstdrk
72. Temporary Hardness may be removed from water 72. ty ls vLFkk;h dBksjrk dks -----------feykdj nwj fd;k tk
by adding :- ldrk gS :-
(1) CaCO3 (2) Ca(OH)2 (1) CaCO3 (2) Ca(OH)2
(3) CaSO4 (4) HCl (3) CaSO4 (4) HCl
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73. Which of the following reaction is not possible :- 73. fuEu esa ls dkuS &lh vfHkfØ;k lEHko ugha gaS :-
(a) Cu + dil HCl ® CuCl2 +H2 (a) Cu + dil HCl ® CuCl2 +H2
(b) Mg + dil H2SO4 ® MgSO4+H2 (b) Mg + dil H2SO4 ® MgSO4+H2
(c) Ca + NaOH(aq) ® Ca (OH)2+H2 (c) Ca + NaOH(aq) ® Ca (OH)2+H2
(d) Zn + HCl(aq) ® ZnCl2 + H2 (d) Zn + HCl(aq) ® ZnCl2 + H2
(1) a, b (2) a, c (1) a, b (2) a, c
(3) a, b, d (4) a, c, d (3) a, b, d (4) a, c, d
+ +
74. Why does H ion always get associated with other 74. H vk;u lnSo nwljs ijek.kqvksa vFkok v.kqvksa ds lkFk tqM+k D;kas
atoms or molecules :- jgrk gS :-
(1) Ionisation enthalpy of hydrogen resembles that (1) gkbMªkstu dh vk;uu ,UFkYS ih {kkj /kkrqvksa dh vk;uu ,UFkYS ih
of alkali metal ds leku gS
(2) Its reactivity is similar to halogens (2) bldh fØ;k'khyrk gy S kstu ds leku gS
(3) It resemble both alkali metal and halogens (3) ;g {kkj /kkrqvksa ,oa gy S kstuksa] nksuksa ls lekurk n'kkZrk gS
(4) Loss of an electron from hydrogen atom result (4) gkbMªkstu ds ijek.kq ls ,d bysDVªkWu fudyus ds i'pkr~ tks
in a nucleus of very small size as compared ukfHkd izkIr gksrk gAS vU; ijek.kqvksa vFkok vk;uksa dh rqyuk
to other atoms or ions. esa vR;f/kd NksVs vkdkj dk gksrk gS
75. Which of the compound is used for water 75. fuEu eas ls dkuS ls ;kSfxd dk mi;ksx ty ds e`nqdj.k ds fy,
softening:- gksrk g:S -
(1) Ca3(PO4)2 (2) Na6P6O18 (1) Ca3(PO4)2 (2) Na6P6O18
(3) Na3PO4 (4) Na2HPO4 (3) Na3PO4 (4) Na2HPO4
76. In electrolysis of Al2O3 by Hall-Heroult process :- 76. gkWy&gSjkYV izØe }kjk Al2O3 ds o| S qr vi?kVu esa :-
(1) Cryolite (Na3AlF6) lowers the M.P. of Al2O3 & (1) Øk;ksykbV (Na3AlF6) }kjk Al2O3 dk xyukad de gks
increases its electrical conductivity. tkrk gS rFkk bldh fo|qr pkydrk c<+ tkrh gS
(2) Al is obtained at cathode & O2 at anode (2) Al dSFkksM ij rFkk O2 ,uksM ij izkIr gksrh gS
(3) Graphite anode is converted into CO2. (3) xzsQkbV ,uksM CO2 esa ifjofrZr gks tkrk gS
(4) All of these (4) mijksDr lHkh
77. Extraction of gold & silver involves leaching the 77. xksYM rFkk flYoj ds fu"d"kZ.k esa /kkrq CN– vk;u ds lkFk yhfpax
metal with CN – ions. The metal is recovered dh tkrh gAS /kkrq dks -------- ds }kjk izkIr fd;k tkrk gAS
by______
(1) Displacement of metal by some other metal (1) tfVy vk;u ls vU; /kkrq }kjk foLFkkiu
from the complex ion
(2) /kkfRod tfVy dk HktZu dj
(2) Roasting of metal complex
(3) HktZu ds ckn fuLrkiu
(3) Calcination followed by Roasting
(4) Thermal decomposition of molten complex (4) /kkfRod tfVy dk rkih; fo?kVu dj

78. Which of the following ores are concentrate by 78. fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkuS lk v;Ld >kx Iyou fo/kh }kjk lkafnzr gksrk
froath floatation :- gS :-
(1) Haematite (2) Galena (1) gseVs kbV (2) xsysuk
(3) Copper Pyrites (4) Both (2) & (3) (3) dkWij ik;jkbVht (4) (2) rFkk (3) nksuksa
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79. The Zone refining of metal is based on the 79. /kkrqvksa dk e.My ifj"dj.k fdl fl¼kUr ij vk/kkfjr gS :-
principle of :-
(1) 'kq¼ /kkrq dh xfr'khyrk v'kqf¼ dh xfr'khyrk ls vf/kd
(1) Greater mobility of pure metal than that of
gksrh gS
impurity.
(2) v'kqf¼;ksa dk xyukad 'kq¼ /kkrq ds xyukad ls mPp gksrk
(2) Higher melting point of impurity than that of
gSA
pure metal
(3) Bksl /kkrq ds mRÏ"V y{k.k v'kqf¼;ksa ds mRÏ"V y{k.kksa ls
(3) Greater noble character of solid metal than that
of impurity vf/kd gksrs gaS
(4) Greater solubility of impurity in the molten (4) Bksl voLFkk dh vis{kk laxfyr voLFkk esa v'kqf¼;ksa dh
state than in the solid foys;rk vf/kd gksrh gS
80. Which of the following is separated as slag during 80. okR;k HkV~Vh esa Fe ds fuLd"kZ.k ds nkjS ku fuEu esa ls dkSu /kkrqey
extraction of Fe in blast furnace :- ds :i esa fu"dkflr gksrk gS :-
(1) SiO2 (2) Al2O3 (1) SiO2 (2) Al2O3
(3) CaO (4) MgO (3) CaO (4) MgO
81. Oxidation number of P in Ba(H2PO2)2 is :- 81. Ba(H2PO2)2 esa P dh vkWDlhdj.k la[;k gS :-
(1) +3 (2) +2 (3) +1 (4) –1 (1) +3 (2) +2 (3) +1 (4) –1
82. Oxidation number of carbon in carbon suboxide 82. dkcZu lcvkWDlkbM (C3O2) esa dkcZu dh vkWDlhdj.k la[;k
(C3O2) is :- gS :-
(1) +2/3 (2) +4/3 (3) +4 (4) –4/3 (1) +2/3 (2) +4/3 (3) +4 (4) –4/3
83. The incorrect order of decreasing oxidation state 83. fuEu esa ls dkuS 'S' dh vkWDlhdj.k la[;k dk ?kVrk gqvk xyr
of 'S' :- Øe gS :-
(1) H2S2O7 > Na2S4O6 > Na2S2O3 > S 8 (1) H2S2O7 > Na2S4O6 > Na2S2O3 > S 8
(2) H2SO5 > H2SO3 > SCl2 > H2S (2) H2SO5 > H2SO3 > SCl2 > H2S
(3) SO3 > SO2 > S8 > H2S (3) SO3 > SO2 > S8 > H2S
(4) H2SO4 > SO2 > H2S > H2S2O8 (4) H2SO4 > SO2 > H2S > H2S2O8
84. Which of the following can act as oxidant and 84. fuEu esa ls dkuS lk vkWDlhdkjd rFkk vipk;d dh rjg dk;Z dj
reductant :- ldrk gS :-
(1) H2O2 (2) KMnO4 (1) H2O2 (2) KMnO4
(3) H2SO4 (4) H2S (3) H2SO4 (4) H2S
- 2-
85. An oxide, X2O3 is oxidised to XO by Cr2 O
4 7
in 85. vkWDlkbM X2O3 dks Cr2O ds }kjk vEyh; ek/;e esa XO-4
2-
7

acidic medium. The number of moles of X 2O 3 esa vkWDlhÏr fd;k x;kA ,d eksy Cr2 O72- }kjk X2O3 ds
oxidised per mole of Cr2 O72- will be :- vkWDlhÏr eksykas dh la[;k gksxh :-
(1) 2 (2) 3/4 (1) 2 (2) 3/4
(3) 3/2 (4) None of these (3) 3/2 (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha

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86. One mole of KMnO 4 is used for complete 86. 1 eksy KMnO4 ds }kjk FeSO4, FeC2O4 rFkk H2C2O4 dks
oxidation of FeSO4, FeC2O4 and H2C2O4 in acedic vEyh; ek/;e esa i`Fkd&i`Fkd vkWDlhd`r fd;k tkrk gS rks
medium respectively and separately. Pick up the dkSulk dFku lgh gS :-
correct statement :-
(1) 5 eksy FeSO4 vkWDlhd`r gksaxs
(1) 5 mole FeSO4 can be oxidised
(2) 5/3 eksy FeC2O4 vkWDlhd`r gksaxs
(2) 5/3 mole FeC2 O4 can be oxidised
(3) 2.5 mole of H2C2 O4 can be oxidised (3) H2C2O4 ds 2.5 eksy vkWDlhd`r gksaxs

(4) All of these (4) mijksDr lHkh


87. xK4Fe(CN)6 + yCe(NO3)4 + zKOH ¾® pFe(OH)3 + 87. xK4Fe(CN)6 + yCe(NO3)4 + zKOH ¾® pFe(OH)3 +
qCe(OH)3 + rK2CO3 + sKNO3 + tH2O qCe(OH)3 + rK2CO3 + sKNO3 + tH2O
In above reaction x, y, z, p, q, r, s and t are mijksDr vfHkfØ;k esa x, y, z, p, q, r, s rFkk t larfq yr vfHkfØ;k
stoichiometric coefficient in balanced reaction, ds vuqlkj jl lehdj.kfefrd xq.kkad gaAS x, y rFkk z dk eku
then values of x, y and z respectively would be:- Øe'k% gksxk&
(1) 1, 1, 4 (2) 1, 13, 28 (1) 1, 1, 4 (2) 1, 13, 28
(3) 1, 61, 258 (4) 1, 48, 194 (3) 1, 61, 258 (4) 1, 48, 194
88. When BrO 3– ion react with Br – ion in acidic 88. vEyh; ek/;e esa tc BrO3– dh vfHkfØ;k Br– ls gksrh gS rks
medium, Br2 is liberated. The equivalent mass of Br2 Br2 mRikfnr gksrk gAS vfHkfØ;k esa Br2 dk rqY;kadh Hkkj gksxk&
in the reaction is :- (M = Molar mass of Br2) (M = Br2 dk eksyj æO;eku)
5 3 5 3
(1) M (2) M (1) M (2) M
3 5 3 5

4 5 4 5
(3) M (4) M (3) M (4) M
6 8 6 8
89. In acidic medium number of moles of K2Cr 2O 7 89. vEyh; ek/;e esa ,d eksy Cu3P dks CuSO4 rFkk H3PO4
required to oxidise one mole of Cu3P to CuSO4 es a vkW D lhÏr djus ds fy, K 2 Cr 2 O 7 ds vko';d
and H3PO4 is :- eksy ga&S
11 6 11 6
(1) (2) (1) (2)
6 11 6 11

3 5 3 5
(3) (4) (3) (4)
5 3 5 3
90. Which of the following is not a disproportionation 90. fuEu esa ls dkuS lh fo"kehdj.k vfHkfØ;k ugha gS :-
reaction :-
(1) Cu2O + 2H+ ® Cu + Cu+2 + H2O
(1) Cu2O + 2H ® Cu + Cu
+ +2
+ H2O
(2) Cl2 + OH– ® Cl– + ClO4– + H2O
(2) Cl2 + OH– ® Cl– + ClO4– + H2O
(3) 2KClO3 ® 2KCl + 3O2
(3) 2KClO3 ® 2KCl + 3O2
(4) Hg2Cl2 ® Hg + HgCl2 (4) Hg2Cl2 ® Hg + HgCl2

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TOPIC : Plant Physiology : Transport in plants, Transpiration-Mineral nutrition, Photosynthesis, Respiration,
Plant growth and development, Enzyme.

91. Where does following reaction takes place in 91. izdk'k vfHkfØ;k ds le; gfjryod esa ;g vfHkfØ;k dgk¡
chloroplast during light reaction ? lEiUu gksrh gS ?
2H2O ® 4H+ + O2 + 4e– 2H2O ® 4H+ + O2 + 4e–
(1) PS II (1) PS II
(2) Cytochrome b6–f complex (2) Cytochrome b6–f complex
(3) PS I (3) PS I
(4) Stroma (4) LVªke
s k
92. An environment is facing less availability of both 92. ,d i;kZoj.k esa izdk'k rFkk CO2 nksuksa dh deh gAS tc izdk'k
CO2 and light. When light intensity was increased dh rhozrk c<+kbZ x;h rks izdk'k la'ys"k.k dh nj ij dksbZ izHkko
there was no change in the rate of photosynthesis ugh iM+ k fdUrq tc CO2 dh lkUnz r k c<+k bZ x;h rks iz dk'k
but when CO2 concentration was increased, the rate la'ys" k.k dh nj c<+ x;hA ;g iz nf'kZr djrk gS –
of photosynthesis increased. This shows that– (1) izdk'k dHkh Hkh lhekdkjh dkjd ds :i esa dk;Z ugha djrk
(1) Light never function as limiting factor. gSA
(2) Only CO 2 can influence the rate of (2) dsoy CO2 gh izdk'k la'ys"k.k dh nj dks izHkkfor dj
photosynthesis ldrk gAS
(3) Here CO2 is a limiting factor (3) ;gk¡ CO2 ,d lhekdkjh dkjd gAS
(4) Both (1) and (3) (4) (1) rFkk (3) nksuksa
B B
93. A + CO2 ¾¾ ® 2 × 3 – PGA 93. A + CO2 ¾¾ ® 2 × 3 – PGA
Here A and B are respectively ? ;gk¡ A rFkk B Øe'k% gS ?
(1) Malic acid, PEP carboxylase (1) efS yd vEy, PEP dkcksZfDlyst
(2) RuBisCo, PEPcase (2) RuBisCo, PEPcase
(3) RuBP, RuBisCo (3) RuBP, RuBisCo
(4) Glucose, Hexokinase (4) Glucose, Hexokinase
94. Which statement is correct for photosynthesis? 94. izdk'k la'ys"k.k ds fy, dkSulk dFku lgh gS ?
(1) CO 2 is reduced and its oxygen is released (1) CO2 dk vip;u gksrk gS vkSj bldk vkWDlhtu O2 ds :i
as O2 esa foeqDr gksrk gS
(2) H 2O is reduced and its oxygen is released (2) H2O dk vip;u gksrk gS vkSj bldk vkWDlhtu O2 ds :i
as O2 esa foeqDr gksrk gS
(3) CO2 dk vkWDlhdj.k gksrk gS vkjS ;g dkcksZgkbMªsV~l cukrh
(3) CO2 is oxidised and it forms carbohydrates
gSA
(4) H2O is oxidised and its oxygen is released
(4) H2O dk vkWDlhdj.k gksrk gS vkSj ;g bldh vkWDlhtu O2
as O2
ds :i esa foeqDr gksrh gAS
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95. Observe the above graph and match the P, Q, R 95. fn;s x;s fp= dk v/;;u djs rFkk P, Q, R dks
correctly – crkb;s–
Atmosphere Atmosphere

CO2 + H2O CO2 + H2O


Ribulose-1, 5- Ribulose-1, 5-
bisphosphate bisphosphate

ADP P ADP P

R R
3-phosphoglycerate 3-phosphoglycerate

ATP ATP ATP ATP


Q + Q +
NADPH2 NADPH2
Triose Triose
phosphate phosphate
ADP ADP
+ +
P1 + NADP+ P1 + NADP+
Sucrose, starch Sucrose, starch
P Q R P Q R
(1) RUBP PGAL Reduction (1) RUBP PGAL Reduction
(2) Reduction Carboxylation RuBisCo (2) Reduction Carboxylation RuBisCo
(3) Carboxylation Reduction Regeneration (3) Carboxylation Reduction Regeneration
(4) Ammonification Oxidation Denitrification (4) Ammonification Oxidation Denitrification
96. In following graphical representation A, B and C are: 96. fn;s x;s fp= esa A, B vkjS C gaS :-
Transition state laØe.k voLFkk
Activation energy ,atkbe jfgr vfHkfØ;k
without enzyme
dh lfØ;.k ÅtkZ

Activation ,atkbe ;qDr vfHkfØ;k


energy with enzyme
A A dh lfØ;.k ÅtkZ
B B

C C
Progress of reaction vfHkfØ;k dk c<+kuk
(1) A = Potential energy (B) Product (C) Substrats (1) A = foHko ÅtkZ (B) mRikn (C) fØ;k/kkj
(2) A = Product (B) substrate (C) Potential energy (2) A = mRikn (B) fØ;k/kkj (C) foHko ÅtkZ
(3) A = Potential energy (B) Substrate (C) Product (3) A = foHko ÅtkZ (B) fØ;k/kkj (C) mRikn
(4) All of these (4) mijksDr lHkh
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97. Match the following and find correct option:- 97. feyku fdft, vkjS lgh dk pquko djsa :-
(1) NAD ® Coenzyme II (1) NAD ® Coenzyme II
(2) NADP ® TPN (2) NADP ® TPN
(3) Apoenzyme ® Non Protein portion (3) Apoenzyme ® Non Protein portion
(4) P.F.K ® Pace maker enzyme of Kreb cycle (4) P.F.K ® Pace maker enzyme of Kreb cycle
98. Which one of the following has highest redox 98. ETS es a fuEu es a ls fdldk js M kW D l foHko lokZ f /kd
potential in ETS ? gS ?
(1) Phaeophytin (2) Cytochrome b6 (1) fQvksQkbfVu (2) lkbVksØkse b6
(3) Cytochrome f (4) Plastocyanin (3) lkbVksØkse f (4) IykLVkslk;fuu
99. C4 plants shows salt tolerance due to :- 99. C4 ikni yo.k lfg".kqrk D;ksa iznf'kZr djrs gS :-
(1) C4 cycle (1) C4 pØ ds dkj.k
(2) Accumulation of malic acid (2) efS yd vEy ds laxzg.k ds dkj.k
(3) PPDK (3) PPDK
(4) Present in high temperature region (4) mPp rkiØe {ks= esa gksus ds dkj.k
100. Carbon in CO 2 is radioactively labelled, the 100. CO2 esa jsf M;ks /kehZ dkcZ u] C3 ikniks esa dkSuls mRikn esa
product in which radioactive carbon can be traced jsfM;ks/kehZrk ;qDr dkcZu dks [kkstk tk ldrk gS :-
in C3 plants is :- (1) PEP esa (2) RuBP esa
(1) PEP (2) RuBP (3) OAA (4) PGA (3) OAA esa (4) PGA esa
101. For synthesis of a glucose molecule the requirement 101. Xywdkst ds ,d v.kq ds la'ys"k.k ds fy, ATP rFkk jsMkWDl foHko
of ATP and redox power is respectively :- dh vko';drk Øe'k% gksxh :-
(1) 15 and 10 (2) 12 and 18 (1) 15 rFkk 10 (2) 12 rFkk 18
(3) 12 and 6 (4) 18 and 12 (3) 12 rFkk 6 (4) 18 rFkk 12
102. Final electron aceptor of photosystem II is :- 102. izdk'k ra= II dk vfUre bysDVªkWu xzkgh gS :-
(1) Phaeophytin (2) Plastoquinone (1) Qh;ksQkbfVu (2) IykLVksfDoukWu
(3) Cytochrome b (4) Plastocyanin (3) lkbVksØkse b (4) IykLVkslk;fuu
103. Energy required for ATP synthesis in P.S.II comes 103. izd k'k ra = II esa ATP fuekZ. k esa vko';d ÅtkZ vkrh
from :- gS :-
(1) Proton gradient (2) Electron gradient (1) izksVksu izo.krk ls (2) bysDVªkWu izo.krk ls
(3) Reduction of glucose (4) Oxidation of glucose (3) Xywdkst ds vip;u ls (4) Xywdkst ds vkWDlhdj.k ls
104. Robert Hill utilize ..................... in place of Natural 104. jkWcVZ fgy us ..................... dk iz;ksx izkd`frd ..................
.................... i.e., ................ . dh txg fd;k tksfd ................ gksrk gS
Fill in the blank respectively : fjDr LFkkuksa dks Øe'k% Hkfj;s :
(1) NADP, H-accepter, DCPIP (1) NADP, gkbMªkstu xzkgh] DCPIP
(2) DCPIP, H-accepter, NADP (2) DCPIP, gkbMªkstu xzkgh] NADP
(3) Potassium ferricyanide, NADP, H-accepter (3) iksVsf'k;e QsfjlkbukbM] NADP] gkbMªkstu xzkgh
(4) Chromate, DCPIP, NADP (4) ØkseV s ] DCPIP, NADP
105. Increasing the intercellular concentration of CO2 105. CO2 dk vUrjkodk'kh; lkUæ.k dk c<+uk ................ dh fØ;k
is minimising the activity of :- dks de dj nsrk gS :-
(1) Carboxylase (2) Oxygenase (1) dkcksZfDlyst (2) vkWfDlthust
(3) Decarboxylase (4) Dehydrogenase (3) MhdkcksZfDlyst (4) MhgkbMªksthust

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106. Van Niel suggested that O 2 produces during 106. okWu uhy us crk;k fd izdk'k la'ys"k.k ds nkSjku mRikfnr O2
photosynthesis is :- ...............
(1) Comes from H 2S (2) Comes from H2O (1) H2S ls vkrh gAS (2) H2O ls vkrh gAS
(3) Comes from CO 2 (4) Comes from Chl (3) CO2 ls vkrh gAS (4) Chl ls vkrh gAS
107. Photorespiration absent in :- 107. izdk'k 'olu vuqifLFkr gksrk gS :-
(1) C3 plant (2) C4 plant (1) C3 plant esa (2) C4 plant esa
(3) CAM plant (4) Wheat plant (3) CAM plant esa (4) xsgw¡ esa
108. How many pairs are correct in following ? 108. fuEu esa fdrus tksMs+ lR; g\
S

a. P hotosyn th esis A n abolic pro cess a. izd k'k la' ys" k.k ,ukcksfyd&izf Ø;k
ligh t depen den t fgy vfHkfØ;k izdk'k fuHkZj voLFkk
b. H ill-reactio n b.
p hase
c. C alv in cy cle C O 2 R edu ction c. dsfYou pØ CO 2 vip;u
d. C . V an N eil C y ano bacteria, y east d. C. okWu uhy lk;ukst hok.kq] ;hLV

(1) Two (2) Three (3) One (4) Four (1) nks (2) rhu (3) ,d (4) pkj
109. The primary acceptor of carbon dioxide in C4 plant 109. C4 ik/S kksa esa dkcZu MkbvkWDlkbM dk izkFkfed xzkgh D;k gksrk gS
is- ?
(1) PEP case (2) Rubisco (1) PEP case (2) Rubisco
(3) PEP (4) RuBP (3) PEP (4) RuBP
110. The CO2 acceptor in CAM plants for Calvin cycle 110. CAM ikniksa esa dsfYou pØ ds fy;s CO2 xzkgh D;k gksrk g\
S
is- (1) PGA
(1) PGA
(2) PEP
(2) PEP
(3) Rubisco (3) Rubisco
(4) Ribulose 1,5-bisphosphate (4) Ribulose 1,5-bisphosphate
111. Substrate for photorespiration is- 111. izdk'k&'olu dk v/kkjh&inkFkZ g-S
(1) PGA (2) Phosphoglycerate (1) PGA (2) Phosphoglycerate
(3) PEP (4) Phosphoglycolate (3) PEP (4) Phosphoglycolate
112. Tropical plants like sugarcane show high 112. xéks tl
S s m".kdfVca/kh; ik/S ks CO2 ds fLFkjhdj.k dh mPpre
efficiency of CO2 fixation because of :- dk;Z{kerk fn[kkrs gaS] dkj.ko'k:-
(1) Calvin cycle (1) dsfYou pØ ds
(2) Hatch-slack cycle (2) gpS vkSj LySd pØ ds
(3) TCA-Cycle (3) TCA-pØ ds
(4) Cyclic photophosphorylation (4) pØh; izdk'k QkWLQsVhdj.k ds
113. ADP + ip ¾Energy
¾ ¾® ATP
Light 113. ADP + ip ¾Energy
¾ ¾® ATP
Light

is occurs in :- fØ;k gksrh gS :-


(1) Inner membrane of mitochondria (1) ekbVksdksfUMª;k dh vkUrfjd f>Yyh ij
(2) Oxysome of mitochondria (2) ekbVksdksfUMª;k ds vkWDlhlkse ij
(3) Stroma of chloroplast
(3) gfjr yod ds LVªksek esa
(4) Granna of chloroplast
(4) gfjr yod ds xzsuk ij
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114. Apoenzyme is :- 114. ,iks,atkbe gS -
(1) Organic part of conjugated enzyme
(1) la;qXeh ,atkbe dk dkcZfud Hkkx
(2) Inorganic part of conjugated enzyme
(2) la;qXeh ,atkbe dk vdkcZfud Hkkx
(3) Protein part of conjugated enzyme
(4) Tightly attatched organic part of conjugated (3) la;qXeh ,atkbe dk izkVs hu Hkkx

enzyme (4) la;qXeh ,atkbe ls n`<+rk ls tqMk dkcZfud Hkkx


115. Select true statement regarding enzymes :- 115. ,atkbeksa ds lanHkZ esa lR; dFku dk pquko djsa :-
(1) All enzymes are endoenzymes (1) lHkh ,atkbe ,.Mks,atkbe gksrs gAS
(2) All enzymes are conjugated proteins
(2) lHkh ,atkbe la;qXeh izksVhu gksrs gAS
(3) All enzymes increase activation energy of
(3) lHkh ,atkbe vfHkfØ;k dh lfØ;.k ÅtkZ dks c<+k nsrs gSA
reaction
(4) All enzymes increase rate of reaction. (4) lHkh ,atkbe vfHkfØ;k dh nj dks c<+k nsrs gAS
116. Study the following graph and identify the 116. fuEu vkjs[k dk v/;;u dhft;s rFkk Øe'k% A,B,C,D dks
A,B,C,D respectively :- igpkfu;s :-

C C
B B
foHko
Potential
energy ÅtkZ
D D

A A
Progress in reaction vfHkfØ;k esa o`f¼

(1) A – Free energy (1) A – eqDr ÅtkZ


B – Activation energy without enzyme B – ,Utkbe jfgr lfØ;.k ÅtkZ
C – Activation energy with enzyme C – ,Utkbe ;qDr lfØ;.k ÅtkZ
D – Transition state. D – laØe.k voLFkk
(2) A – Activation energy without enzyme (2) A – ,Utkbe jfgr lfØ;.k ÅtkZ
B – Transition state. B – laØe.k voLFkk .
C – Activation energy with enzyme C – ,Utkbe ;qDr lfØ;.k ÅtkZ
D – Free energy D – eqDr ÅtkZ
(3) A – Free energy (3) A – eqDr ÅtkZ
B – Transition state. B – laØe.k voLFkk
C – Activation energy without enzyme C – ,Utkbe jfgr lfØ;.k ÅtkZ
D –Activation energy with enzyme D –,Utkbe ;qDr lfØ;.k ÅtkZ
(4) A – Transition state. (4) A – laØe.k voLFkk
B – Activation energy without enzyme B – ,Utkbe jfgr lfØ;.k ÅtkZ
C – Activation energy with enzyme C – ,Utkbe ;qDr lfØ;.k ÅtkZ
D – Free energy D – eqDr ÅtkZ
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117. An enzyme inhibitor when closely resembles the 117. ,d ,Utkbe laned tks fd mldh lajpuk ds fØ;k/kkj ls fudV
substrate in it's structure and inhibits the activity lacaf/kr gks ,oa ,Utkbe dh fØ;k dks lanfer djrk gks] ;g
of enzyme, it is known as :- dgykrk gAS :-
(1) Non competitive inhibitor (1) vizfrLi/khZ laned
(2) Competitive inhibitor (2) izfrLi/khZ laned
(3) Allosteric inhibitor (3) ,syksLVsfjd laned
(4) Irreversible inhibitor (4) vuqRØe.kh; laned
118. Match column-I with column-II and select the 118. LrEHk -I dk LrEHk-II ds lkFk feyku dhft, rFkk uhps fn;s x;s
correct option from the codes given below. dksM dh lgk;rk ls lgh fodYi dk p;u dhft,&
Column-I Column-II LrEHk-I LrEHk-II
(A) Glycolysis i. Inner mitochondiral (A) Xykbdksykbfll i. vkUrfjd ekbVªWkdksfUMª;y
membrane f>Yyh
(B) TCA cycle ii. Mitochondrial matrix (B) TCA pØ ii. ekbVªkWdksfUMª;y vk/kk=h
(C) ETS iii. Cytoplasm (C) ETS iii. dksf'kdk nzO;
(1) A-iii, B-i, C-ii (2) A-iii, B-ii, C-i (1) A-iii, B-i, C-ii (2) A-iii, B-ii, C-i
(3) A-i, B-ii, C-iii (4) A-ii, B-i, C-iii (3) A-i, B-ii, C-iii (4) A-ii, B-i, C-iii
119. Select the wrong statement with respect to 119. Xykbdks y kbfll ds la n HkZ es a xyr dFku dk p;u
glycolysis :- dhft, :-
(1) It occurs outside mitochondria (1) ;g ekbVªkWdkfUMª;k ds ckgj gksrk gAS
(2) It is common between anaerobic and aerobic (2) ;g vok;q oh; o ok;qoh; 'olu esa lkekU; voLFkk
respiration gSA
(3) Glucose undergoes partial oxidation to form (3) vkaf'kd vkWDlhdj.k ds nkjS ku Xywdkst ikb:fod vEy ds
2 molecules of pyruvic acid. nks v.kqvksa esa VwVrk gAS
(4) Glucose is phosphorylated to glucose-6- (4) vkblksejst ,Utkbe ds }kjk Xywdkst] Xywdkst-6- QkWLQsV
phosphate by isomerase enzyme esa QkLQksjkbysVsM gks tkrk gAS
120. Select the wrong statement :- 120. xyr dFku dk p;u dhft, :-
(1) Oxidative decarboxylation of pyruvic acid (1) ik;:fod vEy ds vkWD lhMsfVo MhdkcksZfDlys'ku esa
requires the presence of enzyme pyruvate ik;:os V fMgkbMª k s f tus t dkW E iys D l ,Utkbe dh
dehydrogenase complex vko';drk gksrh gAS
(2) All living cells perform glycolysis (2) lHkh thfor dksf'kdk,¡ Xykbdksykbfll izfØ;k n'kkZrh gAS
(3) Cyanide does not stop chemiosmosis (3) lkbukbM] jlksijklj.k dks ugha jksdrk gAS
(4) Respiratory chain uses O2 as final hydrogen (4) 'olu J`[kayk esa vkWDlhtu dk mi;ksx vafre e– o gkbMªkstu
and e– acceptor xzkgh ds :i esa fd;k tkrk gAS
121. FAD participates in Krebs' cycle as electron 121. dsCl pØ esa FAD fdlds ifjorZu ds nkjS ku bysDVªkWu xzkgh dh
acceptor during conversion of:- rjg Hkkx ysrk gS :-
(1) Succinyl CoA to succinic acid (1) Succinyl CoA to succinic acid
(2) a-ketoglutarate of succinyl CoA (2) a-ketoglutarate to succinyl CoA
(3) Succinic acid to fumaric acid (3) Succinic acid to fumaric acid
(4) Fumaric acid to malic acid (4) Fumaric acid to malic acid
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122. How many statements are correct with respect to 122. dksf 'kdh; 'olu ds lanHkZ esa ] buesa ls fdrus dFku lgh
cellular respiration ? gS\
(A)Breakdown of complex molecules to yield (A) ÅtkZ çkIr djus ds fy, dkEiysDl v.kqvksa dk fo?kVu
energy takes place in chloroplast. DyksjksIykLV esa gksrk gsA
(B) Breakdown of C – C bonds of complex (B) dkEiysDl v.kqv ks esa C – C vkca /k dk vkWDlhdj.k
compounds through oxidation occur within dksf'kdkvksa esa gksrk gSA
the cells. (C) ikniks esa] dkcZfud vEy 'oluh fØ;k/kkj ds :i esa mi;ksx
(C) Organic acids cannot be used as respiratory ugha fd;s tkrs gAS
substances in plant. (D) ,atkbe }kjk fu;af=r pj.kc¼ /kheh vfHkfØ;kvksa ds :i esa
(D) Energy released in a series of slow step wise ÅtkZ eqä gksrh gAS
enzymatic reaction. (1) 3 (2) 2
(1) 3 (2) 2 (3) 4 (4) 1 (3) 4 (4) 1
123. Find out the inhibitor which inhibits complex IV:- 123. tfVy IV dks lanfer djus okyk laned gksrk gS :-
(1) Rotenone (2) Oligomycin (1) Rotenone (2) Oligomycin
(3) Antimycin (4) Cyanide (3) Antimycin (4) Cyanide
124. How many ATP molecule will be produced from 124. ik;:fod vEy ds nks v.kqvks ds iw.kZ vkDlhdj.k gksus ij ATP
2 molecule of pyruvic acid undergoes complete ds fdrus v.kqvksa dh izkfIr gksxh \
oxidation :- (1) 12 (2) 24
(1) 12 (2) 24 (3) 15 (4) 30 (3) 15 (4) 30
125. Choose the correct combination with respect to A, 125. fuEu esa ls A, B, C ,oa D ds lanHkZ esa lgh feyku dks
B, C & D from the following :- <qa<s+ :-

Property Active Simple Facilitated xq. k lfØ; lkekU; lqlk/;


transport diffusion diffusion ifjogu folj.k folj.k
A Yes No Yes A gkWa ugha gkWa
Uphill
transport
B No C vifgy ifjogu B ugha C

Requires ATP dh
Yes No D vko';drk gkWa ugha D
ATP Energy

(1) A = Downhill transport, B, = No, C = yes, D = yes (1) A = Mkmufgy ifjogu, B, = ugha, C = gkWa, D = gkWa
(2) A = Selective nature, B = yes, C = No, D = No (2) A = p;ukRed iz o ` f Ùk , B = gkW a , C = ugha ,
(3) A = Sensitive to inhibitors, B = No, C = yes, D = ugha
D = yes
(3) A = laned ds fy, p;ukRed, B = ugha, C = gkW,a D= gkWa
(4) A = Hormonal regulation, B = yes, C = yes,
D = yes (4) A = gkeksZu fu;a=.k, B = gkWa, C = gkWa, D = gkWa

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126. Consider the following about facilitated diffusion 126. lqlk/; folj.k ds lUnHkZ esa fn;s x;s dFkuks ij fopkj fdft,
and choose the odd one :- rFkk fo"ke dk p;u fdft, :-
(1) A concentration gradient must already be (1) v.kqvksa ds folj.k ds fy, lkUnzrk izo.krk igys ls mifLFkr
present for molecules to diffuse
(2) It is sensitive to inhibitors which react with
gksuh pkfg;sA
lipid side chain (2) ;g lanedks ds fy, laons u'khy gksrk gS tks fyfiM dh ik'oZ
(3) Water channels are made up of 8 different J`a[kykvksa ds lkFk vfHkfØ;k djrs gS
types of aquaporins (3) ty puS y 8 fHkUu izdkj dh ,DokikWfjUl dh cuh gksrh gAS
(4) ATPs are not required (4) ATP dke esa ugha vkrs gAS
127. The process of transport of molecules across the 127. v.kqvksa ds ifjogu dh og fØ;k tks lkUnzrk izo.krk ds vuqlkj
membrane with the help of proteins in order of o izksVhu dh lgk;rk ls f>Yyh ds vkj&ikj gksrh gS] dgykrh
concentration gradient is called as :- gS :-
(1) Simple diffusion (1) ljy folj.k
(2) Facilitated diffusion (2) lqlk/; folj.k
(3) Active transport (3) lfØ; ifjogu
(4) Active facilitated transport (4) lfØ; lqlk/; LFkkukUrj.k
128. Which of the following is not the property of 128. fuEu esa ls dkSulk xq.k lqlk/; folj.k dk ugha gS ?
facilitated diffusion ? (1) ;g vR;f/kd fof'k"V gS
(1) It is highly specific
(2) lanedksa ds fy;s laons h
(2) Sensitive to inhibitors
(3) leLr izkV s huksa dh lar`Ir voLFkk es]a ifjogu dh nj U;wure
(3) Rate of transport is minimum when all proteins
are saturated
gksxh
(4) Not requires expenditure of energy (4) ÅtkZ O;; dh vko';drk ugha
129. The transport protein helps in transportation of water 129. ifjogu izksVhu tks fd ty ds IykTek f>Yyh ds vkj&ikj tkus
across the plasma membrane are called as:- esa lgk;rk djrs gaS] dgykrs gS :-
(1) Porines (2) Channel proteins (1) iksfju (2) puS y izkVs hu
(3) Aquaporines (4) Carrier proteins (3) ,Dokiksfju (4) okgd izksVhu
130. The loss of water by terrestrial plants through 130. LFkyh; ikniksa dh ifÙk;ksa ls ok"ihdj.k ds }kjk ty dh gkfu
evaporation by leaves is called :- dgykrh gS :-
(1) Guttation (2) Transpiration (1) fcUnqL=o.k (2) ok"iksRltZu
(3) Bleeding (4) Both (1) and (2) (3) jlL=o.k (4) (1) o (2) nksuksa
131. Highest water potential will be shown by :- 131. mPpre ty foHko fdlds }kjk iznf'kZr gksrk gS :-
(1) Flaccid cell (2) Plasmolysed cell (1) 'yFk dksf'kdk (2) thonzO;dqafpr dksf'kdk
(3) Partially turgid cell (4) Fully turgid cell (3) vkaf'kd LQhr dksf'kdk (4) iw.kZ LQhr dksf'kdk
132. In a plasmolysed cell the space between cell wall 132. fdlh thonzO;dqfa pr dksf'kdk es]a dksf'kdk fHkfÙk o ladfq pr thonzO;
and shrunken protoplasm is occupied by:- ds e/; fjDr LFkku dks fdlds }kjk Hkj fn;k tkrk g?S
(1) Hypotonic solution (2) Isotonic solution (1) vYiijkljh foy;u (2) leijkljh foy;u
(3) Hypertonic solution (4) Air (3) vfrijkljh foy;u (4) ok;q
133. Choose the incorrect match :- 133. xyr feyku dk p;u djsa :-
(1) NH3 ® NO3 - Nitrification (1) NH3 ® NH3 - ukbVªh dj.k
(2) N2 ® NH3 - Bio. N2 fixation (2) N2 ® NH3 - tfS od ukbVªkstu fLFkfjdj.k
(3) Glutamate ® Glutamine - Transamination (3) XywVsesV ® XywVsekbu - ikj vehuu
(4) NO3 ® NH4+ - Nitrate reduction (4) NO3 ® NH4+ - ukbVªsV vip;u

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134. A plant having critical day length of 12 hrs 134. ,d ikni ftldh ØkfUrd fnol vof/k 12 ?kaVs gS ] blds
provided with red light in it's middle of dark period vUèkdkj dky ds e/; esa yky izdk'k nsus ij ;g iq"iu n'kkZrk
shown flowering, the plant should be a:- gAS ;g ikni gksuk pkfg, :-
(1) LDP (2) SDP (1) LDP (2) SDP
(3) DNA (4) Data in insufficient (3) DNA (4) lwpuk i;kZIr ugha gS
135. The plant requiring vernalization can be induce to 135. ,d ikni ftldks clarhdj.k dh vko';drk gksrh g]S esa iq"iu
flower without vernalization by providing:- fcuk clarhdj.k ds dkuS lk mipkj nsdj fd;k tk ldrk gS :-
(1) Gibberellin (1) ftCcjsfyu
(2) Cytokinin with Gibberellin (2) ftCcjsfyu ds lkFk lk;Vksdkbfuu
(3) Gibberellin with required photoperiodic induction (3) ftCcjsfyu ds lkFk vko';d nhfIrdkfyrk izsj.k
(4) It is not possible (4) ;g lEHko ugha gS
136. Choose the enzymes which requires Mg ++ as 136. fuEu esa ls dkuS ls ,Utkbe dks lgdkjd ds :i esa Mg++ dh
cofactor ? vko';drk gksrh gS ?
(1) Ribulose bisphosphate carboxylase oxygenase (1) jkbcwykst fclQkLQsV dkcksZfDlyst vkWDlhftust
(2) Phosphoenol pyruvate carboxylase (2) QkLQksbuksy ik;:osV dkcksZfDlyst
(3) Hexokinase (3) gsDlksdkbust
(4) All the above (4) mijksDr lHkh
137. Assimilation of Nitrogen in plants leads to synthesis 137. og izfØ;k D;k dgykrh gS] ftlls ikniksa esa ukbVªkstu ds
of glutamate by the process called as:- Lokaxhdj.k ls XywVes Vs dk fuekZ.k gksrk gS :-
(1) Transamination (1) ikj ,ehuu
(2) Reductive amination (2) vip;h ,ehuhdj.k
(3) Catalytic amidation (3) mRizsjdh; ,ekbMhdj.k
(4) Biological nitrogen fixation (4) tfS od ukbVªkstu fLFkjhdj.k
138. Translocation of carbohydrate mainly occurs in the 138. dkcksZgkbMªsV~l dk eq[;:i LFkkukUrj.k fdl :i esa gksrk gS &
form of : (1) Xywdkst (2) ÝDVkst
(1) Glucose (2) Fructose
(3) LVkpZ (4) lqØ kst
(3) Starch (4) Sucrose
139. In biological nitrogen fixation, the ammonia 139. tfS od ukbVªkt
s u fLFkjhdj.k esa ukbVªkfs tust,atkbe }kjk veksfu;k
synthesis by nitrogenase enzyme requires a very la'ys"k.k ds fy, vR;f/kd mPp ÅtkZ fuos'k dh vko';drk gksrh
high input of energy and that is : gS ,oa og gS &
(1) 16 ATP for each NH3 produced (1) izR;sd NH3 ds fy, 16 ATP
(2) 32 ATP for each NH3 produced (2) izR;sd NH3 ds fy, 32 ATP
(3) 8 ATP for each NH3 produced (3) izR;sd NH3 ds fy, 8 ATP
(4) 4 ATP for each NH3 produced (4) izR;sd NH3 ds fy, 4 ATP

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140. In the given below diagram : 140. fn;s x;s fp= esa
C C

the organ
Size of

vax dk
vkdkj
B B

A A
Time ® le; ®
B can be expressed as : B dks iznf'kZr dj ldrs gS &
(1) Lt = L0 + rt (2) L0 = Lt + rt (1) Lt = L0 + rt (2) L0 = Lt + rt
(3) W1 = WO e rt (4) W1 = WO1 + WO2 (3) W1 = WO e rt (4) W1 = WO1 + WO2
141. Water moves from : 141. ty dk izokg gksrk gS &
(1) High DPD to low DPD (1) mPp DPD ls fuEu DPD
(2) High DP to low DP (2) mPp DP ls fuEu DP
(3) Low y W to high y W (3) fuEu y W ls mPp y W
(4) High OP to low OP (4) mPp OP ls fuEu OP
142. Osmosis is a special kind of diffusion, through 142. ijklj.k ,d fo'ks"k izdkj dk folj.k g]S ftlds }kjk ty dksf'kdk
which water diffuses across the cell membrane. f>Yyh ds vkjikj folfjr gksrk gAS ijklj.k dh nj o fn'kk fuEu
The rate and direction of osmosis depends upon ij fuHkZj gksrh gS
(1) Pressure gradient (1) nkc izo.krk
(2) Concentration gradient (2) lkUæ.k izo.krk
(3) both (1) and (2) (3) (1) o (2) nksuksa
(4) none of these (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
143. If YW = Watet potential; YS = solute potential; 143. ;fn Y W = ty foHko ; Y S = foys ; foHko ;
YP = pressure potential, then select the correct YP = nkc foHko] rks ml lehdj.k dk p;u djsa tks muds vUr%
equation showing their inter- relation. lEcU/k dks lgh :i esa iznf'kZr djrk gAS
(1) YW = YS – YP (2) YW = YS + YP (1) YW = YS – YP (2) YW = YS + YP
(3) YS = YW + YP (4) YW = YS = YP (3) YS = YW + YP (4) YW = YS = YP
144. If some solute is dissolved in pure water, its water 144. ;fn dqN foys; 'kq¼ ty esa ?kqy tkrs gSa] rks mldk ty foHko
potential (1) leku jgrk gS
(1) remains same (2) c<+ tkrk gS
(2) increases
(3) ?kV tkrk gS
(3) decreases
(4) first decreases then increases (4) igys ?kVrk gS fQj c<+rk gS
145. What would be YP (pressure potential) of a flaccid 145. ,d 'yFk dksf'kd dk] YP (foHko nkc) D;k gksxk ?
cell ? (1) +3 (2) 1
(1) +3 (2) 1 (3) –3 (4) 0 (3) –3 (4) 0
146. Pinus seeds can not germinate and establish 146. fdldh mifLFkfr ds fcuk phM+ dk cht u rks vadqfjr gks ldrk
without the presence of gS vkjS u gh LFkkfir gks ldrk gS &
(1) Fungi (2) Green Algae (1) QtakbZ (2) gjs 'ko
S ky
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147. Minerals which maintain cation-anion balance in 147. dksf'kdk esa /kuk;u &½.kk;u dk larqyu cuk, j[kus okys [kfut
cells are rRo gS
(1) Cl and K (2) K and Fe (1) Cl ,oa K (2) K ,oa Fe
(3) Cl and Mg (4) Ca and Mg (3) Cl ,oa Mg (4) Ca ,oa Mg
148. Sulphur is a constituent of which of the following 148. lYQj fuEu esa ls fdl vehuksa vEy dk ,d ?kVd
amino acids ? gS ?
(1) Threonine (2) Cysteine (1) fFkz;ksuhu (2) flLVhu
(3) Methionine (4) Both (2) & (3) (3) fefFk;ksuhu (4) (2) ,oa (3) nksuksa
149. Refer the given reaction. What does it depict? 149. nh xbZ vfHkfØ;k dks nsf[k,A ;g D;k n'kkZrk gS ?

H H
R1 —C—COO + R2 —C—COO ƒ R1 —C—COO + R2 —C—COO ƒ
– – – –

+ +
NH 3 O NH 3 O
Amino-donor Amino-acceptor vehuks&nkrk vehuks&xzkgh

H H

R1 —C—COO + R2 —C—COO

R1 —C—COO – + R2 —C—COO

+ +
O NH 3 O NH 3

(1) Oxidative amination (1) vkWDlhdkjd ,ehuhdj.k


(2) Reductive amination (2) vip;udkjh ,ehuhdj.k
(3) Transamination (3) VªkWal,ehuhdj.k
(4) Deamination (4) fo,ehuhdj.k
150. The cofactor of nitrate reductase is 150. ukbVªsV fjMDVst dk lgdkjd (cofactor) gS
(1) Cu (2) Zn (3) Ca (4) Mo (1) Cu (2) Zn (3) Ca (4) Mo
151. Nitrifying bacteria 151. ukbVªhdj.k cSDVhfj;k
(1) oxidize ammonia to nitrates (1) veksfu;k dks ukbVªsV~l esa vkWDlhd`r djrs gAS
(2) convert free nitrogen to nitrogen compounds (2) eqDr ukbVªkt s u dks ukbVªkt
s u ;kfS xdksa esa ifjofrZr djrs gAS
(3) convert proteins into ammonia (3) izksVhuksa dks veksfu;k esa ifjofrZr djrs gS
(4) reduce nitrates to free nitrogen (4) ukbVªsV~l dks eqDr ukbVªkstu esa vipf;r djrs gS
152. How many times decarboxylation occur during 152. ,d Øsc pØ esa fdruh ckj fodkcksZfDlyhdj.k gksrk gS &
One Kreb's cycle : (1) 4 (2) 6
(1) 4 (2) 6 (3) 2 (4) 1 (3) 2 (4) 1
153. Oxidative decarboxylation occurs during 153. vkWDlhdkjh fodkcksZfDlyhdj.k fdlds ifjorZu ds nkjS ku gksrk
conversion of : gS &
(1) 3PGAL – 1, 3 bis PGA (1) 3PGAL – 1, 3 bis PGA
(2) Pyruvic acid – Acetyl CoA (2) Pyruvic acid – Acetyl CoA
(3) a-KGA – Succinyl CoA (3) a-KGA – Succinyl CoA
(4) Both 2 and 3 are correct (4) 2 vkjS 3 nksuksa
154. RQ value of fat is : 154. olk dh RQ dk eku gS &
(1) 0.9 (2) 0.7 (3) 1 (4) >1 (1) 0.9 (2) 0.7 (3) 1 (4) >1
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155. Final electron acceptor of lactic acid fermentation is: 155. ysfDVd ,flM+ fd.ou dk vafre e– xzkgh gksrk gS &
(1) Aldehyde (2) Pyruvic acid (1) Aldehyde (2) Pyruvic acid
(3) NAD +
(4) 3-PGAL (3) NAD +
(4) 3-PGAL
156. How many ATPs are formed by one molecule of 156. ,d ,flVkby dks ,atkbe ds v.kq ls dqy fdrus ATP cusaxs\
acetyl CoA (1) 15 (2) 12
(1) 15 (2) 12 (3) 1 (4) 24 (3) 1 (4) 24
157. Which one of the following has highest gross 157. fuEu esa ls fdldk ldy dSyksjh eku lcls vf/kd gksrk
calorific value gSA
(1) Carbohydrate (2) Protein (1) dkcksZgkbMªsV (2) izkVs hu
(3) Fat (4) Organic acids (3) olk (4) dkcZfud vEy
158. Maximum concentration of alcohol that can be 158. ,Ydksgksfyd fd.ou }kjk ,Ydksgy dh vf/kdre fdruh
synthesised by Alcoholic fermentation is lkanzrk cukbZ tk ldrh gAS
(1) 10% (2) 13% (3) 15% (4) 12% (1) 10% (2) 13% (3) 15% (4) 12%
159. Choose the correct combination of labelling of 159. ,d chti=h o f}chtif=;ksa ds jU/kzh; midj.k ds ukekadu ds
stomatal apparatus of dicot and monocot leaves- lgh la;kstu dk p;u dhft,-

(1) A = epidermal cells, B = subsidiary cells,


C = chloroplast, D = guard cells, E = stomatal (1) A = vf/kpeZ dksf 'kdk,¡, B = lgk;d dksf 'kdk,¡ ,
aperture C = gfjryod,D = j{kd dksf'kdk,¡ , E = jU/kzh; fNnz
(2) A = epidermal cells, B = guard cells,
C = chloroplast, D = subsidiary cells, (2) A = vf/kpeZ dks f 'kdk,¡ , B = j{kd dks f 'kdk,¡ ,
E = stomatal aperture C= gfjryod,D = lgk;d dksf'kdk,¡, E = jU/kzh; fNnz
(3) A = epidermal cells, B = subsidiary cells,
C = chloroplast, D = stomatal aperture, (3) A = vf/kpeZ dksf 'kdk,¡, B = lgk;d dksf 'kdk,¡ ,
E = guard cells C = gfjryod,D = jU/kz h; fNnz , E = j{kd dksf'kdk,¡
(4) A = Subsidiary cells, B = epidermal cells,
(4) A = lgk;d dksf 'kdk,¡ , B = vf/kpeZ dksf 'kdk,¡,
C = chloroplast, D = stomatal aperture,
E = guard cells C = gfjryod,D = jU/kzh ; fNnz , E = j{kd dksf'kdk,¡
160. The deficiencies of micronutrients, not only affects 160. lq{eiks"kdksa dh deh u dsoy ikniksa dh o`f¼ fdUrq tfS od dk;ksZ
growth of plants but also vital functions such as tlS s izdk'k la'ys"kh o ekbVksdkfUMª;y bysDVªkWu izokg dks Hkh
photosynthetic and mitochonodrial electron flow. izHkkfor djrh g&S
Among the list given below, which group of three
uhps rkfydk nh xbZ g]S bu rRoksa dk dkSulk lewg izdk'k la'ys"kh
elements shall affect most, both photosynthetic and
mitochondrial electron transport- o ekbVªksdkWfUMª;y bysDVªkWu lapj.k dks eq[;r% izHkkfor djsxk&
(1) Cu, Mn, Fe (2) Co, Ni, Mo (1) Cu, Mn, Fe (2) Co, Ni, Mo
(3) Mn, Co, Ca (4) Ca, K, Na (3) Mn, Co, Ca (4) Ca, K, Na
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161. Facilitated transport of minerals does not involves 161. [kfutksa dk lqlk/; ifjogu esa 'kkfey ugh gAS
(1) Highly selective (1) mPp p;ukRed
(2) Saturated transport (2) lar`Ir ifjogu
(3) Sensitive to inhibitors (3) lanedks ds izfr laons u'khy
(4) Apoplast (4) ,iksIykLV
162. Movement of rhizobium bacteria towards roots of 162. nyguh ikniksa dh tMksa dh vksj jkbtksfc;e thok.kq dh xfr fdl
legume plants is an example of - izdkj dh ikni xfr dk mnkgj.k gS \
(1) Chemotactic (2) Chemonastic (1) jlk;ukuqpyu (2) jlk;ukuqdqapu
(3) Chemotropic (4) Thigmotropic (3) jlk;ukuqorZu (4) Li'kZukuqorZu
163. The elongation of genetic dwarf plants can be 163. vuqokaf'kd :i ls cksus ikniksa dk nh/khZdj.k fdlds mi;ksx }kjk
brought about by the application of – fd;k tk ldrk gS \
(1) IAA (2) IBA (3) GA3 (4) ABA (1) IAA (2) IBA (3) GA3 (4) ABA
164. Flowering in short day condition can be induced 164. fdlds mi;ksx }kjk nh?kZ fnol ikniksa esa y?kq fnol voLFkk esa
in long day plants by the application of - Hkh iq"iu izfs jr fd;k tk ldrk gS \
(1) BAP (2) ABA (3) GA3 (4) PAA (1) BAP (2) ABA (3) GA3 (4) PAA
165. Biological nitrogen fixation is carried out by- 165. tfS od ukbVªkstu fLFkjhdj.k gksrk gS&
(1) All prokaryotes (1) lHkh izksdsfj;ksV~l ds }kjk
(2) All eukaryotes (2) lHkh ;wdsfj;ksV~l ds }kjk
(3) Some prokaryotes and all eukaryotes (3) dqN izksdsfj;ksV~l o lHkh ;wdsfj;ksV~l ds }kjk
(4) Some prokaryotes only (4) dsoy dqN izksdsfj;ksV~l ds }kjk
166. Which of the following can used to speed up the 166. is; inkFkZ m|ksx esa ekfYVax fØ;k dsk c<+kus ds fy, fdldk mi;ksx
malting process in brewing industry ? fd;k tkrk gS \
(1) GA3 (2) NAA (3) BAP (4) MH (1) GA3 (2) NAA (3) BAP (4) MH
167. The enzyme nitrogenase is highly sensitive to molecular 167. ,atkbe ukbVªk t
s sust vkf.od vkWDlhtu ds fy , vR;f/kd
oxygen and it requires anaerobic condition. The losna u'khy gS ,oa bls vukWDlh ifjfLFkfr;ksa dh vko';drk gksrh
prokaryotes having nitrogenase regulates anaerobic gAS izksdsfj;ksV~l ftuesa ukbVªksftust gksrk gS] os dksf'kdk ds vUnj
environment within their cell as- vukWDlh okrkoj.k fu;fer dj ysrs g]S D;ksafd
(A) Most diazotrophs are obligate anaerobes (A) vf/kdrj Mkb,s tks V ª k s I l vfodYih vok;q o h ; gks rs
(B) Some diazotrophs are facultative anaerobes gS
and performs anaerobic respiration during (B) dqN Mkb,tksVªksIl fodYih vok;qoh; gksrs gaS ,oa ukbVªkstu
nitrogen fixation. LFkjhdj.k ds le; vukWDlh 'olu djrs gaAS
(C) Most diazotrophs have leghaemoglobin within (C) vf/kdrj Mkb,stksVªkIs l esa dksf'kdk ds vUnj ysxgheksXyksfcu
their cells gksrk gAS
(D) All diazotrophs are facultative anaerobes and (D) lHkh Mkb,tks V ªk sI l fodYih ; vok;qo h; gksrs gS ,oa
perform anaerobic respiration during Mkb,tksVªkQs h ds le; vukWDlh 'olu djrs gS
diazotrophy lgh dFku gS -
The correct statement is - (1) A,B (2) C,D
(1) A,B (2) C,D (3) A,B,C (D) B,C,D (3) A,B,C (D) B,C,D
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168. Which of the following are significance of 168. fuEu es a ls dk Su ls oa lrhdj.k o fnfIrdkfyrk ds egRo
vernalization and photoperiodism :- gS -
(A) Flowering (A) iq"iu
(B) Protect precocious reproductive development (B) vdkfyd tufud ifjo/kZu dh jksdFkke
(C) Efficient use of light and temperature by plants (C) ikni }kjk izdk'k o rkieku dk n{krk iwoZd mi;ksx
(D) Premature flowering (D) vifjiDo iq"iu
(1) A,B,C (2) B,C,D (3) A,B (4)C,D (1) A,B,C (2) B,C,D (3) A,B (4)C,D
169. Which of the following is correct ? 169. fuEu esa ls dkUS klk lgh gS ?
(1) All the living organisms can utilise the nitrogen (1) lHkh ltho ukbVªkstu dks N2 #i esa mi;ksx dj ldrs gaSA
in the form N2
(2) All the prokaryotes can utilise the nitrogen in (2) lHkh izksdsfj;ksV~l ukbVªkstu dks N2 #i esa mi;ksx dj ldrs
the form N2
(3) All the eukaryotes can utilise the nitrogen in
gSaA
the form N2 (3) lHkh ;wdsfj;ksV~l ukbVªkstu dks N2 #i esa mi;ksx dj ldrs
(4) Certain prokaryotes can utilise the nitrogen in gSaA
the form of N2 (4) dqN izkds fs j;ksVl
~ ukbVªkt
s u dks N2 #i esa mi;ksx dj ldrs gAaS
170. The enzyme nitrogenase catalyses the : 170. ,atkbe ukbVªksftust mRçsfjr djrk gS :
(1) oxidation of nitrates in plant body (1) ikni 'kjhj esa ukbVªsV~l ds vkWDlhdj.k dks
(2) oxidation of ammonia in the soil (2) e`nk esa veksfu;k ds vkWDlhdj.k dks
(3) reduction of atmospheric nitrogen in living organisms (3) lthoksa esa okrkoj.kh; ukbVªkstu ds vip;u dks
(4) reduction of nitrates in living organisms (4) lthoksa esa ukbVªsV~l ds vip;u dks
171. Two chambers A & B, separated by a 171. nks d{k A ,oa B, ftUgsa v¼ZikjxE; f>Yyh }kjk vyx fd;k
semipermeable membrane, contain respectively x;k g]S Øe'k% 1M Xywdkst foy;u ,oa 2M Xywdkst foy;u
1M glucose solution and 2M glucose solution. In j[krs gaSA bl fLFkfr eas ty dh 'kq¼ xfr A ls B dh vksj gAS
this condition net water movement is from A to ;fn d{k B ds foy;u dks 1M NaCl foy;u ls çfrLFkkfir
B. If solution of chamber B is replaced by 1M dj fn;k tk;s rks :
NaCl solution then :
(1) net water movement will remain same i.e. A (1) ty dh 'kq¼ xfr leku cuh jgsxh vFkkZr A ls B
to B (2) ty dh dksbZ 'kq¼ xfr ugha gksxh D;ksafd nksuksa foy;uksa A
(2) their will be no net water movement because ,oa B dh lkanzrk leku gks tk;sxhA
both the solutions A and B will have same
concentration. (3) ty dh 'kq¼ xfr B ls A dh vksj gksus yxsxhA
(3) net water movement become B to A
(4) v¼ZikjxE; f>Yyh lgh çdkj ls dk;Z ugha dj ldsxh
(4) semipermeable membrane will not function
D;kasfd nksuksa foy;uksa A ,oa B esa foys; fHkék çdkj ds gks
properly because both the solutions A and B
tk;sxaAs
will have different solutes.
172. Which of the following sets denotes apoplast? 172. fuEu esa ls dkSulk leqPp; ,iksIykLV dks n'kkZrk gS ?
(1) Intercellular spaces, plasmodesmata, xylem (1) vUrjdksf'kdh; vodk'k] IykTeksMsLesVk] tkbye okfgdk,a
vessels (2) dksf'kdkvksa dh fHkfÙk;k¡] tkbye okfgfudk,a] vUrjdksf'kdh;
(2) Walls of the cells, xylem tracheids, intercellular
vodk'k
spaces
(3) izksVksIykLV] IykTeksMsLesVk] dksf'kdkvksa dh fHkfÙk;k¡
(3) Protoplasts, plasmodesmata, walls of the cells
(4) Plasmodesmata, xylem vessels, protoplasts (4) IykTeksMLs esVk] tkbye okfgdk,a] izksVksIykLV

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173. Internode elongation just prior to flowering in beet 173. pqdUnj esa iq"iu ls Bhd igys ioZ nh?khZdj.k mRizfs jr fd;k tkrk
is induced by :- gS &
(1) Cytokinins (2) Gibberellins (1) lkbVksdkbfuUl }kjk (2) ftCcsjsfyUl }kjk
(3) Auxins (4) Ethylene (3) vkWfDlUl }kjk (4) bFkkbfyu }kjk
174. Red or pink colour of central portion of root 174. ysX;we ikniksa eas ewy xzfa Fk;ksa ds dsUnzh; Hkkx dk jax yky ;k xqykch
nodules in legume plants is due to :- gksrk gS :-
(1) presence of nitrogenase enzyme (1) ukbVªksftust ,atkbe dh mifLFkfr ds dkj.k
(2) accumulation of ammonia (2) veksfu;k ds ,d=hdj.k ds dkj.k
(3) presence of oxygen scavanger (3) vkWDlhtu viektZd dh mifLFkfr ds dkj.k
(4) accumulation of ammonium ions (4) veksfu;e vk;Ul ds ,d=hdj.k ds dkj.k
175. If a plant cell is placed in a solution having less 175. ;fn ,d ikni dksf'kdk dks ,sls foy;u esa j[kk x;k gS ftldk
negative water potential as compare to cell, than:- ty foHko dksf'kdk dh rqyuk esa de ½.kkRed gS rks :-
(1) cell become shrink (1) dksf'kdk fldqM+ tk;sxh
(2) cell become swell (2) dksf'kdk Qwy tk;sxh
(3) their will be no change in cell (3) dksf'kdk esa dksbZ ifjorZu ugha gksxk
(4) cell either become shrink or swell (4) dksf'kdk ;k rks fldqM+ tk;sxh ;k Qwy tk;sxh
176. Activation for alcohol dehydrogenase and 176. ,YdksgkWy fMgkbMªkfs tust rFkk ukbVªksftust ds fy, Øe'k%
nitrogenase are respectively :- lfØ;d gS :-
(1) Zn, Mn (2) Zn, Mo (3) Mo, Zn (4) Mn, Zn (1) Zn, Mn (2) Zn, Mo (3) Mo, Zn (4) Mn, Zn
177. Which one of the following has both Fe and 177. fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdlesa Fe rFkk lYQj nksuks ik;k tkrk
sulphur :- gS :-
(1) Thiamine (2) Biotin (1) fFk;kfeu (2) ck;ksfVu
(3) Coenzyme A (4) Ferredoxin (3) dks ,Utkbe A (4) QsjM
s kWfDlu
178. The appearance of brown spots surrounded by 178. Hkwjs /kCCkksa dk vkfoHkkZo] tks fd DyksfjfVd f'kjkvksa }kjk f?kjh jgrh
chlorotic veins is the prominent symptom of:- gAS ,d eq[; y{k.k ds #i esa ns[kk tkrk gS :-
(1) Copper deficiency (1) rk¡Cks ds vi;kZIrrk esa
(2) Molybdenum deficiency (2) ekWfyCMsue dh vi;kZIrrk esa
(3) Magnesium toxicity (3) eXS uhf'k;e vfo"kerk esa
(4) Manganese toxicity (4) ex
S uht vfo"kerk esa
179. Reductive amination requires :- 179. vip;u vehuhdj.k ds fy, vko';d gSa :-
(1) a - KGA and glutamate synthetase (1) a - KGA rFkk XywVkesV flUFksVst
(2) NADPH and glutamate dehydrogenase (2) NADPH rFkk XywVkesV fMgkbMªksftust
(3) a - KGA, NADPH and transaminase
(3) a - KGA, NADPH rFkk Vªk Ul,feust
(4) NH 4 + , a-KGA and a-Ketoglutarate
dehydrogenase (4) NH4+, a - KGA rFkk a - dhVksXywVsjVs fMgkbMªksftust
180. Hormone which induce pholem transport :- 180. gkeksZu tks ¶yks,e ifjogu dks izsfjr djrk gS :-
(1) ABA (2) IAA (1) ABA (2) IAA
(3) Cytokinin (4) Ethylene (3) lkbVksdkbZfuu (4) bFkk;fyu
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10. Response at test center
[2] Satisfactory [1] Partly Satisfactory [0] Not Good

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Read carefully the following instructions : fuEufyf[kr funs Z 'k /;ku ls i<+ s a :
1. Each candidate must show on demand his/her 1. iwNs tkus ij izR;sd ijh{kkFkhZ] fujh{kd dks viuk ,yu igpku
Allen ID Card to the Invigilator. i= fn[kk,A
2. No candidate, without special permission of 2. fujh{kd dh fo'ks"k vuqefr ds fcuk dksbZ ijh{kkFkhZ viuk
the Invigilator, would leave his/her seat. LFkku u NksM+As
3. The candidates should not leave the 3. dk;Zjr fujh{kd dks viuk mÙkj&i= fn, fcuk dksbZ ijh{kkFkhZ
Examination Hall without handing over their ijh{kk gkWy ugha NksM+sA
Answer Sheet to the Invigilator on duty.
4. Use of Electronic/Manual Ca lculator is 4. bys D Vª k W f ud@gLrpfyr ifjdyd dk mi;ks x oftZ r
prohibited. gSA
5. The candidates are governed by all Rules and 5. ijh{kk gkWy esa vkpj.k ds fy, ijh{kkFkhZ ijh{kk ds lHkh
Regulations of the examination with regard to fu;eksa ,oa fofu;eksa }kjk fu;fer gAS vuqfpr lk/ku ds lHkh
their conduct in the Examination Hall. All
cases of unfair means will be dealt with as per
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Rules and Regulations of this examination. gksxkA
6. No part of the Test Booklet and Answer Sheet 6. fdlh gkyr esa ijh{kk iqfLrdk vkjS mÙkj&i= dk dksbZ Hkkx
shall be detached under any circumstances. vyx u djs aA
7. The candidates will write the Correct Name 7. ijh{kk iqfLrdk@mÙkj&i= esa ijh{kkFkhZ viuk lgh uke o QkWeZ
and Form No. in the Test Booklet/Answer uEcj fy[ksaA
Sheet.

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