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Quest i on Book l et No. :
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Time Allowed : 1 Hour 30 Minutes Total No. of Questions : 120
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Roll No. : OMR Answer Sheet No. :
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Name of the Candidate (in capital letters) :
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Candidate's Signature Invigilator's Signature
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IMPORTANT: READ THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY.
DO NOT MARK ANSWERS ON THE QUESTION BOOKLET, OTHERWISE
YOU MAY BE DEBARRED FROM THE SELECTION PROCESS.
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1.
Before commencing to answer, check that the Question Booklet has
all the 120 questions and there is no misprinting, overprinting and/or
any other shortcoming in it. If there is any shortcoming, intimate the
same to your room invigilator and have it changed. No complaint in
this regard shall be entertained at any later stage.
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=+.. .+. - =-+ =. =.; =+. =r. ri ==. a=. =. =.;
=+. r. +. | + .= =. = + = +.. | -+=. +a a i ;= = . +
==. .. a=. =. =.; -.=.+ | +. + =.; +. =r. =. =.|.i
2. There shall be no negative marking for wrong answer. Each
question carries equal mark.
2. a+ !-. = a| =..+= == =r. r. .i a = a= = = =+.= r i
3.
Ask invigilator to sign on your admit card. If the same is not got
signed by you, your candidature shall be liable to be rejected.
3. =.-=..= = |= a+ .-|+ | r-+.. + =+.| i .|=
r-+.. =r. =+.. +. .|=. |.++. ; = . =.|.i
4. This is an objective type test in which each objective question is
followed by four responses serialled (1) to (4). Your task is to choose
the correct/best response and mark your response in the OMR
Answer Sheet only as per the instructions given and NOT in the
Question Booklet.
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(1) = (4) += . a-+.++ !-. ri .|= +. + =. ..
!-. =r..=+=- r !==. ..|+... !-. |+ + =-. =
==. -r+ =.=|i |= !-. a-= | -+=. + = a.|i
5.
Use Blue/Black Ball Point Pen for all your work on the OMR
Answer Sheet. The ovals on the OMR Answer Sheet are to be
completely filled by Blue/Black Ball Point Pen only. ANSWERS
ONCE GIVEN CAN NOT BE CHANGED.
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| = = ac.i ..|+.. !-. |+=. | .+a =. |. =| = = +a
=.a .=.a +. a -+.; : | = = . i |= +. | | !-. =. +a.
=r. =. ==+.i
6. DO NOT scribble or do rough work or make any stray marks on
the Answer Sheet. DO NOT wrinkle or fold or staple it.
6. !-.-|+ | = +. = =. = = r. . ==. a=. =. =-..=
. a.| . ;= +. : i
7.
Use of Calculators, Slide rules, Mobiles, calculator watches or any
such devices and any other study/reference material is NOT allowed
inside the examination hall.
7. =-=a:, -a.;:=a, +.+.;a, =-=a: .:. . ;= a=. =. =.;
.. + |+ ==. .. =.=. =.+. . =. a. |... =.
+ +=+ ri
8.
Rough Work is to be done in the blank space provided in the
Question Booklet, not on the OMR Answer Sheet. No other paper
will be allowed/provided for rough work.
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.. !-. |+=. | =.; .. = =. = =i ==. - =.= |
;= == =. =++ =r. ri
9. The Question Booklet will be in four series (A, B, C and D). You must
write correct Question Booklet Series on your OMR Answer Sheet.
9. a-= |-+=. (A, B, C |+ D, . = c.a.. + r. .i .|=. . .|+.
.. !-. |+=. | =r. a-= |-+=. = c.a. ac.=. ri
10. Return the complete Question Booklet and OMR Answer Sheet to
the invigilator on completion of the test. Do not take this Question
Booklet or any part thereof or OMR Answer Sheet outside the
examination room. Doing so is a punishable offence.
10. |... =. =+.-+ = |-.+ |=. |. a-=-|-+=. +.. !-.-|+=.
|+.= =. +.|= = i a-= | -+=. . ;== ==. .. .+.
OMR !-. |+=. =. |... =. = +.r a =.=. +=+ r | =.
==. -:=. |.. r i
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Take care that you mark only one answer for each question. If more
than one answer is given by you for any question, the same will not
be evaluated. Cutting/overwriting the answers are not allowed.
Further question paper is bilingual (Hindi/English). In case of
any variation in Hindi version, English version will be taken as
final for evaluation purposes.
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INSTRUCTIONS: (Question No. 1 to 3) In each of the following
questions, a statement has been given which is followed by four
inferences. Select the inference that definitely follows from the
given statement.
1. There is shortage of dedicated hard working human
resources in most company:
(1) There is no shortage of non hardworking human
resources
(2) There is short sightedness on the part of management
(3) Means must be found to overcome the present type of
human resources deficiency
(4) There are shortages everywhere
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==. | | ri != ==. =. = =. | | =.= =. =+ =| =
==. =+. ri
1. -..+ =|=. + a= +.a |=+.-+.=+ = =..=. =. =+. r
(1) |=+. +.=+ ==..=. =. =+. =r. r
(2) a+-.= =. += = .+. r
(3) +++.= ..+ +.=+. ==..=. = =+:= = a| =..=. =.
+a.. ==. .r|
(4) a= =r ..+ r
2. Some children are genetically strong in intelligence:
(1) Most children are not intelligent
(2) Genetics has powerful influence on intelligence
(3) Some children are not genetically gifted with intelligence
(4) Intelligence and genetics are not related
2. = = + .= + .= =| = ac. + o +.a r. + r
(1) -..+ + +o+.= =r. r.+ r
(2) .=+.=+. +o+-.. | .+..a. a..+ :.a+. r
(3) == + .=+.= |.-+=| +o+.= =r. r.+ r
(4) +o+-.. . .=+.=+. .=. =+-.+ =r. r
3. Most people in our neighbourhood are honest:
(1) There is no neighbour who is not honest
(2) There are some who are not honest
(3) Neighbours should be honest
(4) Honesty is the best policy
3. r+. .=-|: . = + -..+ a. ; +.=. r
(1) =.;-|:.=. =r. r =. ;+.=. =r. r
(2) == |= .. r =. ;+.=. =r. r
(3) |:.=. =. ;+.=. r.=. .r|
(4) ;+.=.. =+= =.+ r
INSTRUCTIONS: Question is followed by two statements. Select
a choice as follows.
A If I alone is sufficient to answer the question
B If II alone is sufficient to answer the question
C If I & II are both required to answer the question
D If I & II are not sufficient to answer the question & more
data is required
4. 10,000 candidates appear for the Central Services
examination. What percentage of women candidates
passed the examination:
I. 357 women candidates passed the examination.
II. 8050 male candidates appeared for the exam.
(1) A (2) B
(3) C (4) D
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A I =+a a=.-. = a| |.-+ r
B II =+a a=.-. = |.-+ r
C I . II .=. a=.-. = a| ==. r
D I . II .=. a=.-. = a| |.-+ =r. r . -..
.=:. =. ==+ r
4. = -a. = +. |... + 10,000 .. =+a+ r |i =+= a+.+
+ra.| |... + ==a r ;
I. 357 +ra. .. |... + ==a r;
II. 8050 |=. .. |... + =+a+ r|
(1) A (2) B
(3) C (4) D
INSTRUCTIONS: An argument is followed by two statements.
Pick a choice as follows.
A I strengthens the argument
B II strengthens the argument
C I & II Strengthen the argument
D Neither I nor II strengthen the argument
5. The affects of an atomic blast are not only immediate
destruction of population and property but radiation has
long term effects on mutation of genes in the human,
animal and vegetable kingdom.
I. Stock piling of atomic weapons has increased after the
world war.
II. Many women delivered mal-formed babies in Hiroshima
long after the explosion.
(1) A (2) B
(3) C (4) D
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B II += =. +=++ =+. r
C I . II .=. += =. +=++ =+ r
D = +. I = r. II += =. +=++ =+ r
5. . +-=. : =. a..+ = = +a =.=+.a =. ++ = r +-= ;== o..
!|-= +=.. =. a..+ .. =.a += +.=+, =.=+. . ==.
=.+ .-. = + . |++ = | r+. r
I. . .-+. =. =+.+ ++ o = +. + . ri
II. r..+. + +-=.: = =.=. +. =; +ra.. = ++ ...
=. =-+ .i
(1) A (2) B
(3) C (4) D
[ A1 ]

INSTRUCTIONS: (Question No. 6 to 8) read the following
instructions carefully.
At the end of the following passage some conclusions have been
given. On the basis of the study of the passage you are to mark
the answers as given below.
A If conclusions is definitely true.
B If conclusion is probably true.
C If conclusion is probably false.
D If conclusion is definitely false.
Pollution is a major problem in the larger Indian cities. Delhi is the
worst affected. Over population appears to add to the problem.
Emmission from vehicles is considered the major reason of
pollution by experts on pollution. The Governments efforts have
not yielded much results due to lack of action orientation on
various decisions taken from time to time. Breathing problems and
lung diseases increase manifold and assume serious proportions
in winter due to pollutants remaining in the air close to the ground.
6. The Governments efforts have yielded some results:
(1) A (2) B
(3) C (4) D
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|
==ac.+ .. = -+ + == ==. | | ri .. = = =
... | .|=. ==.==. !-. -r+ == ri
A ==. =+ =| = =r. r
B ==. =.++. =r. r
C ==. =.++. a+ r
D ==. =+ =| = a+ r
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-+ r +.. + ===c. ;= =+-. =. +.+. r; a+.+ r.+. ri a..
+... o.. +.r=. = !=== a.. =. +c =.. +.=. =.+. ri ==.
= a.=. = .. == +.. |..+ r.=a =r. r. r +.= =+-=+ |
a =. =.-++ =r. r|i +.= =. =+-. +.. ==:. =. +.+..
= ;== .=. =. +.. r . =.:. + ;==. a=.| .. =| = +
=.+. r +.= a.+ =. =+.= =. =+r = ..:. =| r+. + += r+
ri
6. ==. = a.=. = = = |..+ ==a r
(1) A (2) B
(3) C (4) D
7. There are no breathing problems due to pollution in
summer:
(1) A (2) B
(3) C (4) D
7. a .. =. +=r = + . + +. = =. =+-. =r. r. +. r
(1) A (2) B
(3) C (4) D
8. Eliminating vehicles from Delhi will reduce pollution to a
large extent:
(1) A (2) B
(3) C (4) D
8. -a. = +.r=. = r:.= | a .. =.=. r += =+ r. =.|.
(1) A (2) B
(3) C (4) D
INSTRUCTIONS: (Question No. 9 to 11) In the following diagram
three classes of population are represented by three figures. The
triangle represents the school teachers, the square represents the
married persons and the circle represents the persons living in
joint families.

9. Married persons living in joint families but not working
as school teachers are represented by:
(1) C (2) D
(3) A (4) B
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= a| +.= + | | ri +.= a.+ =+. r- -=a .|=. =.,
+ a.+ =+. r- ++.r+ +. =. . +-. a.+ =+. r- =++
|+.. =.i

9. ++.r+ + =. = = + |+. + r+ r a == -= a .|=
=r. r ;-r a. + =+. r
(1) C (2) D
(3) A (4) B
10. Persons who live in joint families, are unmarried and
who do not work as school teachers are represented by:
(1) C (2) B
(3) E (4) D
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.|= =r. r , ;-r a. + =+. r
(1) C (2) B
(3) E (4) D
11. Married teachers living in joint families are represented
by:
(1) B (2) C
(3) A (4) None of these
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r
(1) B (2) C
(3) A (4) ;=+ = =.; =r.
[ A2 ]

INSTRUCTION: (Questions No. 12 & 13) In the following select
the sentence which shows the closest logic to the statement given
in each question.
12. Smoking is dangerous but still people smoke:
(1) Drinking is not good for health so it should be banned
(2) Floods cause havoc, still floods occur
(3) Acting needs talent but still untalented people act
(4) People marry despite the fact that married life is full of
tensions
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= =+.|-. += ri
12. . + |.= r.==.= r a == = .. a. . + |.= =+ r
(1) ..+ |.=. -+.- = a| =. =r. r ;=a| ;= =.. =
=. .r|
(2) +. +=.. =. =.. r a== r = .. .+. r
(3) .= = a .+. =. .+=+. r.+. r a== .
+ .. .- =+ r
(4) a. ... =+ r r =.=+ r| .. = ++.r+ =.+= +=.+. =
.. r
13. If he wins the race, he will get the prize
(1) if he drives well, he will not be late
(2) If it is cloudy, it will rain
(3) In case the salesman sells the product, he will get
promotion
(4) If the plane crashes, all will die
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(1) +r =r. .:. a.+. r +. +r +a++ =r. r..
(2) +.a =. r +. +.. r..
(3) =-=+= !|. ++. r +. != ++=. +a.
(4) ++.= += r.+. r +. =+ + =.
INSTRUCTIONS: (Question No. 14 & 15) Select the most logical
choice after reading the text provided.
14. The average life of an Indian is 65 and that of an
American is 79 years. The difference is mainly due to
better nourishment, better working conditions and a
more healthy, pollution free environment. This
encourages immigration of Indians to US:
(1) Indians immigrating to US will help raise the average
age of Indians
(2) The average age of Americans will immediately drop on
arrival of Indian immigrants
(3) Indians immigrants can hope for enhanced longevity
(4) It will make no difference to life expectancy of
immigrants
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+.== !-. =. = =.=i
14. |= ..+. =. . =+ . 65 +. r +.. |= + =. =. . =+
. 79 +. r i ;= -+ =. =.. + c =| = = |. .. =.
=. |-.+. +.. -+- a .. + + +.+.+. r i r ..+.. =.
+ =. |a.= == = a a. =.r+ =+. r
(1) ..+.. =. +=. |a.= ..+.. =. .=+ . +.= +
+ =.
(2) ..+.. = |r= = +=. a.. =. .=+ . ...
=..
(3) ..+. |a.= |= ..=.+. r.= =. ... = ==+ r
(4) ;== |a.=. =. . | =.; a..+ =r. r..
15. Education is a vital factor in the control of population of
the country. More effective in this regard is education of
women. This aspect needs Government attention:
(1) Women are uneducated in India
(2) Population growth needs the attention of Government
(3) Government must allot more budget for education of
women
(4) Drastic measures are needed to control population in
India
15. ... . =. === c. =-+. =. + a. + =.= r i ;= +.+a +
+ra.. =. ..+ r. =. .= a..+=.. r i ;= |ra | ==.
=. .= = =. ==+ r
(1) ..+ + +ra.| ..+ r
(2) ===c. +o =. ==. = .= =. .+=+. r
(3) ==. =. +ra.. = ... = a . .= +=: .+:+
==. .r|
(4) ..+ + ===c. =+. = a =.+ !|.. =. ==+ r
DIRECTIONS: Study the passage provided and select the most
suitable, choice. Consider all statements in the passage to be true.
16. The ideal car for India is a small car. Such a car is
cheaper to produce, suits the budget of an average
national, is easier to park in crowded places. The roads
in India are bad:
(1) Indians prefer small cars
(2) Indian roads are suited to small cars
(3) The production price of a small car is lesser
(4) The cities are crowded due to high population
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+=-| =. =i ++. + | =.=. =. = +.=i
16. ..+ = a| =. :. =. |= .. =. r i | =. =.. =. =+. .
a.+ =-+. r. +. r . . =+ + = +=: = = =| r. +. r +..
| =. =.. =. ..: -..: +.a -..=. + c.: . == + .=.=. r. +. r i
..+ + =: =. =. .. c..+ r
(1) ..+. =.:. =. =. +.+. + r
(2) ..+. =:=. = a| =.:. =. !|+ r
(3) =.:. =. =. !|.= a.+ =+ r.+. r
(4) .= ===c. = =.. .r ..:-..: +.a r. r
[ A3 ]

INSTRUCTIONS: (Question No. 17 & 18) Two statements are
followed by two conclusions, I & II. Pick a choice as under.
A If conclusion I follows.
B If conclusion II follows.
C If conclusions I & II follow.
D Neither conclusions I nor II follows.
17. Spending money on national festivals is a waste. Diwali
is an important festival:
I. Spending money during Diwali is a waste
II. Spending money on Republic day is not a waste
(1) A
(2) B
(3) C
(4) D
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| r, == a=. = +=-| =. =.+ =i
A ==. I =. ==. r.+. r
B ==. II =. ==. r.+. r
C ==. I . II .=. =. ==. r.+. r
D = +. ==. I . = r. ==. II =. ==. r.+. r
17. .: . . r.. | | =. c. ==. ++. . r i .+.a. |= +r+| .
. r. r
I .+.a. + |=. c. ==. ++.. r
II .++-+= | |=. c. ==. ++.. =r. r
(1) A
(2) B
(3) C
(4) D
18. Crops grow well in fertile land. Wheat is an important crop:
I. Wheat grows well in fertile land
II. Important crops grow well in fertile land
(1) A
(2) B
(3) C
(4) D
18. !+ = . + + ==a =. !+. r i r |= +r+| . ==a r
I r !+= .+ + =. +r |. r.+. r
II +r+|. ==a !+= .+ + =. +r |. r.+. r
(1) A
(2) B
(3) C
(4) D
INSTRUCTIONS: (Question No. 19 & 20) An argument is followed
by two statements I and II. Pick the choice as follows.
A. If statement I strengthens the arguments
B. If statement II strengthens the arguments
C. Both the statements I & II strengthen the arguments
D. Neither statement I nor II strengthens the arguments
19. The number of people dying in train accident per year
has increased in the last five years:
I. A railway official on television stated that since larger
number of people travel by train, however the
percentage of killed in accident to number of travelers
has remained the same as five years ago.
II. The railway official also stated in term of numbers that
the number killed in accident per year in last five years
was 2000 compared to 990 per year 5 years ago.
(1) A (2) B
(3) C (4) D
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| ri .| |= +=-| == a=. =i
A. =.= I += =. = =+. r
B. =.= II += =. = =+. r
C. =.= I |+ II .=. += =. = =+ r
D. = +. =.= I . = r. II += =. = =+. r
19. ++ 5 +.. + : = . :=.. + a++. += +.a. =. = c. + . r
I. |= a .=.. = .= | ++.. = = -..+ a.
:= = .+. =+ r, r.a.= .:=. + +. =.= +.a .+. =.
a+.+ =a .+. =c. = =. + ++ |. +.. + ..++
r. ri
II. a .=.. = r .. ++.. = =c.. = =. + ++ |.
+.. + +. =.= +.a. =. =c. a++. 2000 .. =. |. +.
|+ 990 a++. ..i
(1) A (2) B
(3) C (4) D
20. The metrological department had predicted a more than
average rainfall during 2001 monsoons. Has their
predictions been successful.
I. 50% of the states have already got their average value
of rainfall while one month of monsoon still left.
II. The remaining states have already received 60% of
their average value of rainfall.
(1) A (2) B
(3) C (4) D
20. +. =+ +.= =+-.. +.. = r .++.. =. r = 2001 +.== =
= . .= . =+ = -.. +.. r. .i +. !==. .++... ==a r.
r
I. 50% .-. + .=+ +.. .. += r. =. r =+= ..
+.=== =. |= +r.=. +. r
II. +.=. .-. + .=+ +.. =. 60% +.. .. += r. =. r
(1) A (2) B
(3) C (4) D
[ A4 ]

DIRECTIONS: (Question Nos. 21 & 22) The data chart shows the
comparative scoring in the two innings of a one day 50 over match
between two teams A and B. Study the data and answer the
questions which follow. (Figures inside rectangles are the runs
scored in the corresponding overs).


21. If the criteria of considering a match exciting and
appealing to audience is a victory decision at the last
minute, then this match could be considered:
(1) Dull (2) Average
(3) Exciting (4) Interesting
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.+ +.a + = . |.a. =. +a=.+= = =c. ==ac.+ .=:.
.: o.. a.+ =. =.+. ri .=:. = = = |.+ ==ac.+
a=. = !-. - (.+. = - . r; = =c. != .+. + =+
= =. ..+. r,i


21. . =. =. a ..= +.a +.. . +. + == +.a + =. ==. :.
-++ ... + =.+ r , +. ;= + =. +.=. =. ==+. r
(1) =.= (2) .=+
(3) .+.= (4) .=
22. Given that planned batting means not losing early
wickets and scoring on settling down, then:
(1) Team A had a better batting plan
(2) Team B appears to have planned better
(3) Neither team seemed to have a specific plan
(4) Both A and B had the same plan
22. r +.=+ r | = =. =+ +-a +.=. =. . += : =. =-. c.. =.
=r. r +-= -..|+ r. = = +=.=. r +.
(1) :.+ A =. +-a+.=. .==. =. ..
(2) :.+ B =. =.== =. a+.+ r.+. r
(3) ==. .. :.+ =. =.; +.: =.== =r. r
(4) .=. A . B =. =.== |= =+.= r
DIRECTIONS: (Question No. 23 & 24) Study the following
information to answer these questions.
Five plays A, B, C, D and E are to be staged from Monday to
Friday of a week and each day only one play is to be staged. D or
E should not be the first or last to be staged. E should be
immediately followed by C. B should be staged immediately after
D. One play is staged between A and B.
23. Which of the following is the correct sequence of
staging all the plays:
(1) AECDB
(2) ADBCE
(3) BDAEC
(4) None of these
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==. |i
=-+.r + =.++. = .=+. += A, B, C, D . E |. =.:= .=+
r.= r, . a= = |= =.:= .=+ r.=. ri D . E = +. a.+
. = r. -++ .= r.=. .r|i E = +-+ +. C r.=. .r|i B
=. .= D = +-+ +. r.=. .r|i A . B = +. |= .=
r.=. .r|i
23. =.. =.:=. = .= =. =r. =+ ==ac.+ + =. = =. r
(1) AECDB
(2) ADBCE
(3) BDAEC
(4) ;=+ = =.; =r.
24. Which is the first play to be staged:
(1) A
(2) B
(3) C
(4) Cant be determined
24. =. = =. a.+ =.:= .=+ =. =.+. r
(1) A
(2) B
(3) C
(4) =-+ =r. r. ==+.
[ A5 ]

DIRECTIONS: (Question No. 25 to 28) A logical diagram is drawn
following by four choice groups. Select the choice which fit the
logic of the diagram.
25.

(1) Forest, Trees, Plants
(2) Mathematics, Algebra, Geometry
(3) River, House, Boy
(4) Humans, Mothers, Computers
=. (|= =c. 25 = 28, |= +.== c..+ = |.+ . +=-|
| r != +=-| =. = =. c..+ =. +.== : = =r.
++.+. r.
25.

(1) =a, |:, |..
(2) .+, +.=.+, -.++
(3) =., ., a:=.
(4) +.=+, +.+., =+-:
26.

(1) Lions, Tigers, Females
(2) Laces, Sticks, coats
(3) Flowers, Trees, Grass
(4) Rivers, Ganges, Yamuna
26.

(1) =r, .+, +..|
(2) =.+, =:., =.:
(3) =a, |:, ..=
(4) =., ., =+=.
27.

(1) Father, Brother, Son
(2) Males, Parrots, Mammals
(3) People, Artists, Boys
(4) Father, Brother, Sister
27.

(1) |+., ..;, |+
(2) =, +.+, -+=...
(3) +, =a.=., a:=
(4) |+., ..;, +r=
28.

(1) Athletes, Teachers, Doctors
(2) Females, Mothers, Teachers
(3) Males, Fathers, Uncles
(4) Criminals, Thieves, Robbers
28.

(1) |.a.:, .|=, ===
(2) -+., +.+., .|=
(3) |=., |+., ..
(4) |..., ., :.=
DIRECTIONS: (Question Nos. 29 & 30) In each of the following
questions, a statement has been given which is followed by four
inferences. Select the inference that definitely follows from the
given statement.
29. Doctors serve the suffering humanity:
(1) Nurses do not serve the suffering humanity
(2) Some persons who are doctors serve the suffering
humanity
(3) Doctors not serving suffering humanity are not doctors
(4) Most nurses serve the suffering humanity
=. ==ac.+ a=. (29 |+ 30, + |= =.= = |.+ . ==.
ri != ==. =. = =. =+ =| = r| =.= =.
==. =+. ri
29. ===, |.: + +. =. = +. =+ r
(1) |.=.| |.:+ + =. =+.| =r. =+. r
(2) == + =. === r +r |.:+ +. =. =+. =+ r
(3) === =. |.:+ +. =. =+. =r. =+ r === =r.
r
(4) -..+ |.=.| |.:+ +. =. =+. =+. r
30. The goods in that store are mostly expensive:
(1) There are no cheap goods in the store
(2) There are also some cheap items in the store
(3) Expensive items are good quality
(4) More profit is made on expensive items
30. != -:. + -..+ =.+.= + r r. + r
(1) -:. + =.; +-+ =-+. =r. r
(2) -:. + == =-+. +-+| .. r
(3) +r. +-+| =. .+-.. +.a. r.+. r
(4) +r. +-+. | .= a.. r.+. r
[ A6 ]

DIRESTIONS: (Question No. 31 to 35) There are six IPL players
from six different states UP, Jharkhand, Haryana, Rajasthan, Delhi
and West Bengal staying in three different hotels of Delhi. Two
players in each hotel are roommates. Every player reads one of the
following newspaper. The Times of India, The Asian Age, The
Hindustan Times, The Pioneer, The Hindu and the Indian Express.
Dhoni stays in Ashoka and he is from Jharkhand. He does not read
the Asian Age and The Hindustan Times. R.P. Singh from U.P.
reads The Indian Express. He does not stay with Amit. Youvraj
Singh stays with a player from Rajasthan. The Asian Age is read by
a player in Le Meridian Hotel. Rahul is not from Haryana and West
Bengal and he reads The Pioneer. A player from hotel Samrat
reads The Hindu. Sachin is neither from Delhi nor from West
Bengal. The Hindustan Times and The Indian Express do not come
in Ashoka. Players from U.P. and Haryana stay together. The
pioneer comes to Ashoka. The player who reads The Indian
Express resides at Le Meridian Hotel.
31. Who stays in Samrat Hotel:
(1) Youvraj Singh and Dhoni
(2) Youvraj Singh and Amit
(3) Sachin and Amit
(4) None of the above is correct
=-. (a-= =c. 31 = 35, IPL = = c.a.:. = +.-= .-., !-.
a-., n.c.:, r..., .=-..=, -a. |+ |-+ +.a = -a. = +.=
+.-= r.:a + r+ ri a= r. :a + . c.a.:. |= =++: ri a=
c.a.:. |= c.+. |+. r-:.;= .= ;-:., |-.= |=,
r--+.= :.;=, |.=, r- |+ ;-:= |+=a=i ..=. -..=.
+ r+ r |+ +r n.c.: = ri +r |-.= |= |+ r--+.= :.;=
=r. |+ ri ..|.. =r !-. a-. = r |+ ;-:= |+=a= |+ ri
+r ++ = =.. =r. r+ ri +.= =r .=-..= = c.a.:. = =..
r+ ri a. +:= + r= +.a. |= c.a.:. |-.= |= |+. ri
.ra r... |+ |-+ +.a = =r. r |+ +r |.= |+ ri
=+.: r.:a =. |= c.a.:. r- |+. ri == = +. -a. = r .
= r. |-+ +.a =i r--+.= :.;= |+ ;-:= |+=a= -..=. +
=r. .+. ri !-. a-. . r... = c.a.:. =..-=.. r+ ri
|.= -..=. + .+. ri c.a.:. =. ;-:= |+=a= |+. r +r a.
+:= r.:a + r. r. ri
31. =+ .: r. :a + =. = r. r . r
(1) +.= =r |+ ..=.
(2) +.= =r |+ ++
(3) == |+ ++
(4) !|+ + =.; .. =r. =r. r
32. Who reads the Times of India:
(1) Sachin (2) Rahul
(3) Dhoni (4) None of these
32. :.; = . = ;-:. =. = | +. r
(1) == (2) .ra
(3) ..=. (4) ;=+ = =.; =r.
33. Who stays with Sachin:
(1) R.P. Singh (2) Dhoni
(3) Youvraj Singh (4) Rahul
33. == = =.. =. = r. r . r
(1) ..|.. =r (2) ..=.
(3) +.= =r (4) .ra
34. Which state does Amit belong to:
(1) Delhi (2) Jharkhand
(3) West Bengal (4) Rajasthan
34. ++ == .- = =+-.+ r
(1) -a. (2) n.c.:
(3) |-+ +.a (4) .=-..=
35. In which Hotel does Rahul stay?
(1) Le Meridian (2) Samrat
(3) Ashoka (4) Data Inadequate
35. .r a == r. :a + r. r . r
(1) a. +:= (2) =+.:
(3) -..=. (4) .=: |.-+
36. Half the villagers of a village have their own houses. One
fifth cultivate paddy. One third are literate. Four fifth of the
villagers are under 25. Which of the following is certainly
true:
(1) Some villagers under 25 are literate
(2) Only a quarter of villagers owning houses cultivate
paddy
(3) Only half who cultivate paddy are literate
(4) No villager under 25 has his own house
36. . + = .. .+.. a. . = |.= |= +=.= r i 1/5 a. ..= !.+
r i |= +r.; =.. r , .+... =. 4/5+. r-=. 25 +. = =+ .
=. r +. == + = =. = =. =-+ =| = =r. r
(1) 25 +. = =+ . = == .+.. =.. r
(2) =+a |= ...; a. === |.= ==. +=.= r, ..= !.+ r
(3) =+a .. =. ..= !.+ r =.. r
(4) ==. .. 25 +. = =+ . = .+.. = |.= +=.= =r. r
37. Sita walks 25 feet towards North, turns right and walks
40 feet, turns rights again and walks 45 feet. She then
turns left and walks 20 feet. She turns left again and
walks 20 feet. Finally she turns to her left to walk
another 20 feet. In which direction and at what distance
is Sita from the starting point:
(1) North, 40 feet
(2) South, 40 feet
(3) East, 40 feet
(4) None of these
37. =.+. !-. =. += 25 =.: a+. r |+ .r= + : = 40 =.:
a+. r |+ | = .r= + : = 45 =.: a+. r |+ ++ +. + : =
20 =.: a+. r i +r | = +. + : = 20 =.: a+. r i -++ +r
|= +. + : = 20 =.: a+. r i a.. +- = =.+. == ..
+ . =+=. . | r
(1) !-., 40 =.:
(2) .., 40 =.:
(3) |+, 40 =.:
(4) ;=+ = =.; =r.
[ A7 ]

DIRECTIONS: Anil is the son of Seema. Chitra, who is Seemas
sister has a son Deepak and a daughter Ela. Sohan is the maternal
uncle of Deepak.
38. How is Anil related to Deepak:
(1) Cousin
(2) Brother
(3) Nephew
(4) Uncle
=-. =a =.+. =. |+ ri +. =. =.+. =. +r= r, =. |= |+ .|=
. |= |+. ;a. ri =.r= .|= =. +.+. ri
38. =a . .|= =. +. =+-. r
(1) . ..;
(2) ..;
(3) .+.=.
(4) ..
DIRECTIONS: In each of the following series, determine the order
of the letters, thereafter from the given alternatives, select the one
which will complete these series.
39. E O I S M W Q A ?
(1) V E (2) Z F
(3) X F (4) U E
=. ==ac.+ =.. + .. = =+ =. =..+ = |+ ;== |.+
| +=-|. + = != = =. =.. =. |. =+. ri
39. E O I S M W Q A
(1) V E (2) Z F
(3) X F (4) U E
40. It will require a great deal of courage on part of
lawmakers in Delhi to introduce and pass laws for
licensing and registration of arms possession. Many feel
private ownership of arms is the main cause of
sociological ills of the country. The arms lobby in Delhi
would describe it as an invasion on personal liberty.
Select the best argument against strict registration of
arms:
(1) It would be difficult to enforce
(2) It would be violation of rights in the constitution
(3) Most murders/crimes are committed by the privately
owned arms
(4) Some murders are committed without the use of arms
40. -a. + =.= = =+. +.. = a| .-+ c.= = a| a.; = = a =. |+
| =.=. =+.= = a| =.= = a-+.++ |+ |.+ == = a|
=.r= =. .+=+. r i = = a. +.=+ r = .-+. =. ==.
a. . =. =.+.== + .; . =. + c =.. r i -a. -.+ .-+
a. +. ;= |= ++ -++ ++. | r+a. +.= .i .-+. = =c+
| =.=. = +=o =+. .= = += +.a +=-| =. =
(1) ;= a. ==. = r..
(2) ;== =+..= + | .=.. =. r== r..
(3) -..+ r. |+ =+ =.=. .-+. = =| =.+ r
(4) == r. +=. .-+. = a. = =| =.+ r
41. If A = 1, B = 2, BAT = 5 then INDIA IS A GREAT NATION
= :
(1) 31 (2) 28
(3) 30 (4) None of these
41. A = 1, B = 2, BAT = 5 +. INDIA IS A GREAT NATION
=
(1) 31 (2) 28
(3) 30 (4) ;=+ = =.; =r.
42. In a certain code, CONTRIBUTOR is written as
'RTNOCIROTUB'. How is 'DISASSEMBLE' written in that
code?
(1) SIDSASLEBME
(2) SSASIDELMBE
(3) SASIDSELBME
(4) SASIDESLBME
42. |= =-+ =. : + , CONTRIBUTOR =. RTNOCIROTUB
ac.. =.+. r i +. DISASSEMBLE !=. =. : + = = ac..
=. .
(1) SIDSASLEBME
(2) SSASIDELMBE
(3) SASIDSELBME
(4) SASIDESLBME
43. In a row of children Manoj is tenth from the left end and
Kamal is thirteenth from the right end, Vimal is twentieth
from the right end and third to the right of Manoj. How
many children are there between Manoj and Kamal?
(1) 9 (2) 10
(3) 8 (4) Data inadequate
43. +. =. |= =+. + +.. =. = +=. = =+ -..= | r |+ .
=. = =+a + r+ -..= |i ++a . =. = +.=+ -..= | r
|+ +=. = = .r= = +.= -..= |i +=. = |+ =+a = +
=+= + r
(1) 9 (2) 10
(3) 8 (4) .=: |.-+
44. 15 Children are standing in a row facing North. Ravi is to
the immediate left of Prabha and is 8
th
from the left end.
Arjun is second from the right end. Which of the
following statements is not ture?
(1) Prabha is 7
th
from the right end
(2) There are four children between Prabha and Arjun
(3) There are five children between Ravi and Arjun
(4) Arjun is 13
th
from the left end
44. 15 + !-. -.. =. . + r == |= | + + c.: r i a.. =
.= +.| += + r =. = +.| =. = 8+ -..= | r i .| =.
= = -..= | = = r i ==ac.+ + = =. =-=. =.= = r
(1) .| =. = 7+ -..= | a.. r
(2) a.. . == = +. + 4 + r
(3) + . == = +. + 5 + r
(4) +.| =. = 13+ -..= | == r
[ A8 ]

45. You have come across a case wherein your retired
colleague is unable to submit his life certificate and
claim pension to meet his treatment expenses. You will
(1) Go strictly as per the procedures
(2) Take initiative to help him and ask for arranging for
alternative documents
(3) Assist colleague with some money on your own but do
not compromise on procedures.
(4) Avoid some procedural steps since you understand the
necessity of the colleague
45. .|= =.+= |= | =. +.+a. | . r . r ==+ .|=. |=
= +.=+ + =r=+. |=. =.+= | +..-|+ | -+ + == . |=
;a.= = c. = a| | .= =. .+. == + =+. r i .|
(1) |=+ =.+.. = ==. =.+.r. =
(2) !==. + == +.. +=-|= =.=.+ +. == =. +-..
== = a| != =r= =. .. + |ra =
(3) =r=+. = a| -+ == |= =. =r.+. = a==
=.+.. = =.. =+n.+. =r. =
(4) =+| =.+.= =.+.;. =. :.a +.= .| =r=+. =.
==+ =. =+n+ ri
46. You along with your brothers family have planned for a
vacation tour to a place where you are likely to meet your
family members and your ailing mother. You have got
permitted leave from the office for this trip. While at the
time of going to station for the trip, you receive a message
from your one of the subordinate staff that Managing
Director of the company needs you in the meeting with a
foreign customer who landed without program:
(1) You will ignore the message of your subordinate and
ask him to tell a lie that you were in train .
(2) You will speak to your immediate boss and tell him that
your mother is ailing and you are with your family, hence
can not come
(3) You will explain the situation to your brothers family and
get your ticket cancelled and shall go to the office,
attend the meeting
(4) You will speak to your immediate boss and say that you
have advance permitted leave and it is urgent to see the
ailing mother, hence can not come immediately
46. .|= |= ..; = |+. = =.. |= | = -..= = a|
+=..-. =. . ==. +=.; r =r. .|= |= |+. = =-.
+.. +.+. +.+. = +a= =. = ..+=. r i .|=. ;= . = a|
=.. a = = ::. + = =. ; r i . = a| -: .= =.+ =+
.|=. |= ..=-. -:.= = ;= .. =. = . | .-+ r. +. r =
= |=. = | + . = .= =. |= + .. .r= = =.. + = = . .=,
=. ==. =. =+ = +=. |.. . r , .|=. ==+ r
(1) .| |= ..=-. = =. =. =c.. = . != =r
= +r n +.a = .| a.:. + + = r
(2) .| |= .=-= .=.. = +.+ = . != ++.| =
.|=. +.+. +.+. r . .| |= |+. = =.. r.= =
=.. =r. . ==+
(3) .| |= ..; = |+. =. -.+ -|: = . |=.
:=: =.|, =..a =.|, += + .. a
(4) .| |= .=-= .=.. = +.+ = . ++.| = .|=
+ -+.=+ =::. a. r +.. +.+. +.+. =. c.=. ==. r,
;=a| +=.a =r. . ==+i
47. You are working as a stores purchase officer of Indian
railways. There is a sudden demand of some safety
items due to emergency. You have floated a limited
tender with a short notice. After opening the tender, you
sense that there is a cartel among the bidders due to
emergent situation and all of them have quoted nearly
five time more than the last purchase price. You will
(1) Award the order to the lowest bidder as this is an
emergent situation
(2) Immediately report the matter to the higher authorities
explaining the factual situation and wait for their further
orders.
(3) Negotiate with any bidder and bring down the rates as
low as possible and award it to that bidder
(4) Submit your report to your bosses and request them to
float open tender instead of limited tender
47. .| ..+. a + |= . :. c.. .=.. = =| + =.+ = r
r i .|.+=.a = =.. = = = .. +. =. .=+= +. | . r. ;
r i .|= -| = =. =r+ |= =.++ : : =.. = . r i : :
c.. a= | .|=. | =. a+. r = .|.+= -.+ = =..
+. a..+.. = +. |= = . += . r . =.. = |=a =+ -
= a. |. =. = .= ..+ +. r i .|
(1) -=++ +.a..+. =. .: +.= r |= .|.+= -.+
r
(2) +.-++= -.+ -|: =+ r| +=.a +.+a = +. +
!..=.. =. =+ = . !== a ... =. |+...
=
(3) ==. +.a..+. = =.. =.+.=. = . != ..=.+ -=++
..+. = a| .=. = . != +.a..+. =. .:
(4) |= !..=.. =. |=. |.: |-++ = . !==
=.++ :: =. =r +++ :: =.. == =. =.. =i
48. You come to know of some clandestine bogus and fake
purchase activities going on in the office. The culprits
are your colleagues and they ensure that no overt or
direct signs of such activities are visible. From among
the following alternatives, which one you will choose:
(1) Leave things as they are
(2) Organize an immediate raid on the suspected
(3) Ask the colleagues to immediately stop it
(4) Begin collecting evidence and after collecting evidence bring
the matter to the higher authorities submitting evidences
48. .|=. =.==.. + r .+. r = ++ + = = -+ +. = .
=.a. c.. =.=a.| a r r i . .. ++ .|= =r=+. r .
+ r = =+ =+ r = ;= +r = =.=a.|. =. =. ; +.r.
.+. | . = = + = c..; i =. | | +=-|. + = .|
=. ==. +=-| =
(1) == +r = r.a.+ r, !-r += r. =.:
(2) =. ++. | +=.a =.|. +.= =. ..== =
(3) =r=+. = +=.a |=. + == =. =r
(4) =. ;=:. ==. .= = . =. ;=:. == = +. =.
|-++ =+ r| +.+a =. !+ .=.. = =+. | -++ =i
[ A9 ]

49. You are the sanctioning authority for the travelling and
conveyance bills of your department. You find that there
is a dedicated staff who stays long hours in the office to
dispose off his daytoday back log work. You find him
submitting huge conveyance claims for late hours to
you which otherwise is not permissible without pre
approval of stay by higher authorities as per Company
policy. What would you do under such a situation:
(1) You will pass his claims considering his dedication and
sincerity.
(2) You will strictly go by rules and do not pass his claims.
(3) You will ask him and say that he should take back the
conveyance bills submitted and submit a fresh bill of the
same amount for normal working hours
(4) You will call him and ask him to finish the work within
office time and if there is extra work load , you will ask
him to get a preapproval of stay for processing of such
bills and ask him to withdraw the bills submitted
49. .| |= +.. = .+. . =+.. +a. = a| + = . .=..
r i .| c.+ r = |= | =. =+| + -:.= r =. |= = =
|=a +=.. =.+ =. =|:.= = a| =.. a + .+ += ==+.
r i .| c.+ r = !== .|= =+. .+ = a| +: -+:
=+.. +a | -+ + =| r =. = = |=. =. =.+ = = =. !+
.=.. o.. =.. a + r= =. | + = ++ = +=. = +
=r. r i | =. -.+ + .| +. =
(1) .| !== =+|. . ==|:+. =. c.+ r| !== .+ +=
=
(2) .| =+. =. =:.; = |.a= = . !== .+ += =r. =
(3) .| != =r = +r |. =| | +a +.|= a a . =|=.
=. =.+ = ==. !=. .. =. =.+.- =. .: = =+ =.
|= =. +a +=.|
(4) .| != +a.| . =r = =..a =. =.+ =..a =+
= ..+ |. = . =.+ =. +++ .. r +. |=
+a. | =.+.r. = a| r= = +.-+ |+ =++ |.-+ =
+.. =+. =.| | +a +.|= a ai
50. You are an HR officer of a Government company. There
is an emergent need of contractual lower staffs which
are to be recruited through walk ins. What you will do
under such circumstances:
(1) Advertise the post for walk in and call the candidates in
the office for walk in interview at a particular date.
(2) Advertise the post for walk in and calling the candidates
in the office to submit the resume first on a specified
date and time and then arranging for walk in date and
time for the candidate.
(3) Advertise the post for walk in and call the candidates
any time
(4) Advertise the post for walk in and ask the candidate to
take the appointment first to visit the office for walk in
50. .| |= ==.. = |=. + +.=+ = =..= .=.. r i = +.+ ==
-:.= =. +.=.a= ==+ r =-r +.=-;= +.+ = .+. =.
=.=. r i | = r.a.+ + .| +. =
(1) +.=-;= = a| | =. +.|= . ==. c..= +..c. =.
+.=-;= ;: = a| !+.+.. =. ++ + +a.|
(2) +.=-;= = a| | =. +.|= . .. =. ++ +
.= . |= c..= +..c. =. |ra |=. =.+==. |-++ ==
= a| =r . !== +. .. = a| +.=-;= =.
+..c. . =+ + =
(3) +.=-;= = a| | = +.-+ +.|= . .. =.
==. .. =+ .+++ =
(4) +.=-;= = a| | =. +.|= . . . =. +.=-;=
= a| ++ .= = |ra . : = a| =+ a = =. =r i
51. You have been invited to join as a member of interview
board for selecting candidates for a job, after the
commencement of interview you find that one of your
close relative is appearing for the interview. What you
would do under such situation:
(1) Inform the chairman of interview board about your relation
with the candidate and shall remain absent from the
interview of the candidate with chairmans permission
(2) Continue with the interview and show no favour to the
relative
(3) Continue with the interview and be strict while
interviewing your relative candidate
(4) Do nothing
51. .|=. ==. =. =. = a| . . =. =.+ == = +.-+ ; :
+. : = |= =- = =| + ..+a r. = = a| .+ ++ =. .
r , ; : . = r. = = +. .|=. r |+. a+. r = .|=. |=
==: = + .. ; : + .. a r. r i | =. -.+ + .| +. =
(1) ;: +.: = . =. .. = =.. |= =+.. = +. +
=+ = . . =. =++ = .. = ;: =
=+ =|-.+ r
(2) ;: =.. c. . +. =. =.; |. =r. a
(3) ;: =.. c. . |= +. .. =. ;: a+
=+ =:.; ++
(4) == .. =r. =i
52. You are a head of Department of a government
Organization. The widow of an ex employee of your
department comes to you and explains you that her
husband was an employee of the department and he
died recently in an accident and seeks financial help for
her children . what you would do:
(1) Will listen to her patiently, call to the finance head and
ask what help can be done under prevailing rules.
(2) Ask your subordinates to go with the widow and assess
the actual status of the family
(3) Direct all the staff of his department to contribute 5% of
this month pay to the widow.
(4) Will assure her for arranging some good job in your
friends organsation.
52. .| |= ==.. = -..= + +.... r i .|= +.. = |=
. +| + =+ .. =. +.+. .|= |.= .+. r . .|=. r ++.+.
r = !==. |+ .|= +.. =. |= =+ .. .. . |= . :=. +
r.a r. + !==. + r. ; r +.. +r |= +. = a| ++.
=r.+. =. +. =+. r i | =. -.+ + .| +. =
(1) !==. +.+ =. . = =.. = =, ++. . =. +.+ = . !==
|= = +. =. =+. = ..= == +r =. + =. =. ==+. r
(2) |= ..=-.. =. =r = + +.+. = =.. =.| . |+.
=. +.-++= -.+ =. =.=. a
(3) !== +.. = -:.= = =.. =-. =. = . = + ;= +r.= =
|= + += =. 5% r-=. ..= = =| + +.+. =. | .= =
(4) |= ++ = ==. =..a + !==. ==. =. =.=. =.
+-.. == =. .+.== i
[ A10 ]

53. You are head of a Government organization who is
laying mono rail transport system in the city. The
government has notified land to be acquired for public
utility for laying rail network for public purposes. Owner
of a land whose piece of front side land is identified for
acquisition and notified, comes to you and tries to
convince you that acquisition from front side of the land
will spoil the beauty of his house and insists upon to
offer the back side land. The land owner is also
politically influential and well connected and also you
receive a phone call from the minister in that reference.
What shall you do under such circumstances:
(1) Will acquire the land as per acquisition rules, guidelines
and notification without fearing his political connection .
(2) Will try to please him considering his high connections
and do as per his wishes
(3) Will see the feasibility of laying the pillars from back side
and acquire the back side if technical feasibility suits.
(4) Will get the financial and technical feasibility done from
both side and evaluate the proposal on the basis of
technical suitability and if it suits to the department will
permit construction from back side.
53. .| |= | = ==.. = -..= = . r =.= .r + +.=. a |+r=
=-:+ -..|+ == =. r. ri ==. = =.+=== |.==. = a| a
=:+= -..|+ == = +.-+ =.+=== !|. +. = =++ == . + =.
.r. =. =.=. r != .=+ = . ri |= |= .c.: =.
-+.+. ===. a r-= +.a. . c. : . r. = a| ..+ .
.= + =. . r , .|= |.= .+. r . .|=. ;= +.+ = a|
=.a =+. r = . + = a r-= = . r. == = !== +=.=
=. c. += +. c..+ r. =.|. . +r . + = |=a r-= = . r. =
a| .r =+. ri .c. : =. -+.+. .. .==.+= : = +r+ =.
r . +: a.. = =.. !== = + . r . =.. r. .|=. ;= = . +
++. = |= =.= =.a |.-+ r.+. ri |=. r.a.+ + .| +. =
(1) .==+= =+.. = : +=. .r. =+. . +.=..
. .==. = ==. .+ =. .r. =
(2) !== ! =+.. =. .= + c.+ r| != c.. == =. |.=
= . !==. ;=.==. =.+.r. =
(3) c. . |=a. += = :.a= =. +r. +. =. |+. a.| .
+==.=. +r.+. =.+ r. +. |=a. += =. .r. =
(4) .=. += = ++. . +==.=. +r.+. =. |+. a.|
. +==.=. !|+++. = ... | |-+.+ =. +-.== =
. +r +.. = a| ==a r +. =+.. =. |=a.
.. = =| =.= =. =++ i
54. You are an officer in charge to monitor the interview
board. A candidate comes and offers you some money
for arranging the addresses of the interview panel
member. What will you do under such circumstances:
(1) Will accept the money and give the addresses of panel
members
(2) Will ask him to meet later at your residence
(3) Will report the matter about the candidate to your boss
for further necessary action as per the rules
(4) Will file a complaint with police
54. .| ; : +. : =. +.=.:= == = a| | ... .=.. r i |=
.. .|= |.= .+. r . ; : | =a = =-. = |+ | .-+
== = a| = = =+ =. | .=. =+. r i | =. -.+ + .| +.
=
(1) =+ -+.=. = . |=a =-. = |+ !|a. =.
(2) !== =r = +r +. + .|= . | .= +a
(3) ;= .. = +.+a = +. + =+. = ==. . =.
=.+.r. = a| .| |= !+ .=.. =. |.: =
(4) |a= = r. .=.+ = =.|i
55. You are head of department of a Government
organization and you have recently joined it. The official
environment of the department is not good and people
are reporting very late in the office. In such a situation
what would you do after joining the office:
(1) Call a meeting of the staff and ask them to come in time.
(2) Call a meeting of the staff and ask them to maintain
discipline and also make them aware of some strict penal
actions which you are going to introduce for late comers
from tommarow
(3) Will himself reach office in time and stand at the entry
gate and will rebuke latecomers
(4) Will instruct the guard to ask latecomers to return if they
are coming late after a specified time
55. .| |= ==.. = -..= = +.... r . .|= r.a r. +
=. .. = ..a. r i +.. =. ..==. +.r. a =. =r. r . a.
++ + +r + . = .+ r i ;= ++ + =. .. = ..a= = +.
| =. -.+ + .| +. =
(1) -:.= =. |= +.: +a.| . !-r =+ | .= =. =r
(2) -:.= =. |= +.: +a.| . !-r =..== +=.| c.= =.
=r . =.. r. !-r ;= +.+ =. =.==.. = = .=
+.a. = a| .| =.=-=. =:. .:= =.+.r. == +.a r
(3) .| -+ =+ | ++ |r +.. |+. o. | c.: r
. = .= +.a. =. :.:
(4) .: =. r =r = = .= =+.. |= +.: =+
= +. .+ r +. !-r +.|= =.= =. =ri
56. Your boss allots a work and ask you to complete the
work in the time bound manner but you assess that it is
difficult to finish the work in time bound manner.
(1) You will persuade the boss to extend the time
(2) Will start the work immediately under intimation to your
boss and first send him assessment of time plan very
minutely for each activity putting contingency time in
place and send the finish schedule time as per plan and
if required would request for extension
(3) Will take help of outsiders and colleagues to finish the work
(4) Will deny him for doing the work straightway as the time
is very less
56. .|=. .=.. .|=. |= =.+ =. |+. r . .|=. ;= =.+ =.
=++o = | . == =. =r+. r a == .|=. a+. r = ;=
=.+ =. =++o = | . ==. == r
(1) .| |= .=.. = =+ +.= = a| =.. =
(2) |= .=.. =. =+ =+ r| =.+ +=.a .= = .
.=+=+. =+ c.+ r| |ra |= =.=a.| = a| +r+
+..=. = +. =| | =+ .==. =. .=a= != |-++
=i .==. = ==. ++ =+-=. .= . ==+
r; +. =+ + +o = a| =.. =
(3) =.+ =. |. == = a| +.r. a. . . =r=+ . =. =r.+. a
(4) +. = =+ +r + =+ r ;=a| =.+ == = =.. r. ; =. = i
[ A11 ]

57. You are working for a public sector rganization who
has provided you a rent free accommodation. The
maintenance department is responsible for the upkeep
of the house. You have approached the maintenance
department for carrying out urgent civil repairs. The
maintainance department is refusing it as it entails
heavy expenditure which requires MD sanction.
Meanwhile a private civil contractor who is a enlisted
vendor of your department and has been awarded job
recently approaches you and offers his services free of
cost. He is offering to inflate the bills in lieu of that . You
would
(1) Get the repairs done by private contractor thinking that
ultimately this cost is to be borne by the department as
the building belongs to it.
(2) Make an application for urgent civil repairs and approval
done by the appropriate authority and follow proper
channel
(3) Get the repairs done of your own and claim
reimbursement
(4) Ask your immediate boss to sanction the budget as you
know that he would not deny you considering your
influence in political arena.
57. .| ==.. . + = |= | = = -..= + =.+ = r r === .|=.
=..+ ++ .+.= !|a. =.. r i = .. +.. +=.= =
c.c..+ = a| =+ . r i .|= +=.a =+a +++ = a|
= .. +.. = =.. = |= =. r i = .. +.. +++ ==
= ;=a| ; =. = r. r +. = != | ... c. .|. ===
a| |+:. =. + = . | .+ r i ;= +. |= ==. =+a = .,
=. = .|= +.. =. |= = .+o += +. r . == r.a r. +
=. ; =.+ =. |. . r .|= = |= =+. r . +r +=. ==.
=.++ = |=. = +.. =. | .=. =+. r i ;== |+= + +r + .=
+a | . = .i .|
(1) ==. =. = r =.+ r| +++ =. a = ++ ;==.
a.+ +.. o.. +r= =. =.|. +.= .+= +.. =. r
(2) +.=.a= =+a +++ +.. =++ |..=.. o.. +=. =
a| .+= = . !+ +.+ =. ==. =
(3) -+ |= = +++ =. a . |+|+ =. .+. =
(4) |= .=-= ! .=.. = +=: += == = a| =r
+.= .| r =.=+ r = .==+= .+ + .|= |..+ =.
.= + c.+ r| +r ;== a| +=. =r. =i
58. Ram and Shyam are very good childhood friends and
working for a Government organization. Ram is the top
boss of the organization and shyam is at middle level
manager. They have intimate family relationship as well.
What both are supposed to maintain in the office:
(1) Official protocol and discipline
(2) Friendly relations with each other in the office without
caring for anything
(3) Boasting of their friendship with official colleagues
(4) Helping each other for their personal goals and benefits
58. .+ . .+ +.a|= = +r + = ++ r . + ==.. ++ +
=.+ = r r i .+ ;= ++ =. !++ .=.. r . .+
+-+. | + .= r i !== +r + r |.+.= = + . .. r i . =. =
++ + +. +=.| c.= =. | .. =. =.+. r
(1) ==.. |.:.=.a . =..==
(2) ++ + ==.. =..== . |.:.=.a =. |+.r =| +=.
|=-= = =.. ++.|. =+.
(3) ==.. =r=+. = =.. |=. .-+. =. :. +.=.
(4) +++= a. . a... = a| |=-= =. + ==.i
59. You have been asked to give an explanation for not
attending an important official meeting. Your immediate
boss who has not informed you about the meeting is
now putting pressure on you not to place an allegation
against him. You would
(1) Seek an appointment with top boss to explain the
situation
(2) Send a written reply explaining the fact
(3) Admit your fault to save the situation
(4) Put the responsibility on the coordinator for not
informing you
59. |= ==. ==.. + = + .. = a = = a| .|=. |= -|:.=.
= =. =r. . r i .|=. .=-= .=.., === .|=. + = =
+. + = + =r. =. .. + .| | ;= +.+ =. +.+ :.a r.
r = .| !== +=o =. ; .. | = a.| i .|
(1) -.+ -|: == = a| !++ .=.. = =+ +.
(2) + -|: =+ r| |= ac.+ !+ .=
(3) -.+ =. +.= = a| |=. a+. -+.=. = a
(4) .|=. =+ = == = a| =+.. =+-+=+. | :.ai
60. Your senior has asked you to make arrangement for a
conference to be scheduled after a week. You have
arranged everything with hard effort and devotion. On
the day of conference, your senior gets agitated on
seeing the arrangement and scolds you in front of
everyone. What shall you do under such circumstances:
(1) Will not stay there and immediately leave the place
(2) Will pass on the bad arrangement on your subordinates
(3) Will submit resignation
(4) Will ask for a detailed feedback and assure him that the
same shall not be repeated in future.
60. .|= + .=.. = .|=. |= =-+.r +. .. =+ =| =.=
+.a |= =+ a= =. +-.. == = a| =r. r i .|= =: |=+
. =+| . = +. =.. +-.. = . r i =+ a= = = +-..
=. c.= .|=. + .=.. -= + . =.+. r . =+=
=.+= .|=. :. :+. r i | = r.a.+ + .| +. =
(1) +r. =r. r . +=.a != -..= = a =.|
(2) a+ +-.. =. =+.. |= ..=-.. | :.a
(3) ;-+.=.
(4) +-++ =.:+= |.-+ == = a| =r . != r ++.=
a.| = .+ + ;==. |=.++ =r. r..i

[ A12 ]

61. Which one of the following countries is not the member
of Nuclear Suppliers Group?
(1) Russia (2) USA
(3) Italy (4) Iran
61. ==ac.+ + = =. =-=. . =..=. .| + =+ . =. =- =r.
r
(1) == (2) +=.
(3) ;:a. (4) ;.=
62. Which of the following is not a member of SAARC?
(1) Bhutan (2) Bangaladesh
(3) Myanmar (4) Maldives
62. ==ac.+ + = =. = |= =.= =. =- =r. r
(1) .:.= (2) +.a..
(3) .=+. (4) +.ao.+
63. Which country gives Magsaysay awards?
(1) India (2) Britain
(3) China (4) The Philippines
63. =. =-=. . + = = | -=. +. r
(1) ..+ (2) +:=
(3) .= (4) =a.|-=
64. The Almati dam is built over which of the following rivers:
(1) Cauvery (2) Krishna
(3) Narmada (4) Godawari
64. a+.:. +. . ==ac.+ + = =. =-=. =. | +=. r
(1) =.+. (2) -..
(3) =+. (4) ..+.
65. Who among the Delhi Sultans declared himself Nayab-e-
Khudai:
(1) Iltutamish
(2) Balban
(3) Alauddin Khilji
(4) Ghiyasuddin Tughalaq
65. -a. = -+.=. + =. = |= =. =.+-|-c. .; =r+. ..
(1) ;-+++.
(2) +a+=
(3) a.!;.= c.a=.
(4) .=;.= +a=
66. Babar defeated Rana Sanga in the battle of:
(1) Panipat (2) Khanva
(3) Buxar (4) Chittor
66. == o + +.+ = ... =. . =. r.. ..
(1) |.=.|+ (2) c..=+.
(3) ++= (4) -..:
67. Chalk, limestone, Marble are all compounds of:
(1) Iron (2) Aluminum
(3) Calcium (4) Magnesium
67. .=, a.; +-:. =, +.+a =.. === . = r
(1) a.r (2) |-+=+
(3) =-=+ (4) +==+
68. If ultraviolet radiation is reaching in bulk on Earth
surface, there is a hole in:
(1) Nitrogen layer of atmosphere
(2) Hydrogen layer of atmosphere
(3) Oxygen layer of atmosphere
(4) Ozone layer of atmosphere
68. |.+ =. +=. . +a | +r + .= +.+. + |r r. r +.
;==. =.. r
(1) +.+:a =. =.;:.== |+ + =
(2) +.+:a =. r.;:.== |+ + =
(3) +.+:a =. .+=.== |+ + =
(4) +.+:a =. .=.= |+ + =
69. The mass of a body at the centre of Earth is:
(1) Less than at the surface
(2) Remains constant
(3) More than at the surface
(4) Zero
69. | +. = = -a |, ==. +-+ =. a+.= r. .
(1) =+r = =+
(2) -.
(3) =+r = .=
(4) .-
70. Which element is maximum in black soil:
(1) Nitrogen (2) Phosphorus
(3) Potash (4) Sulphur
70. =.a. + . + =. = ++ .=++ r
(1) =+== (2) =.==.=
(3) |.:.-. (4) -.=
71. Wheat is an excellant source of:
(1) Vitamin B (2) Vitamin C
(3) Vitamin D (4) None of these
71. r |= =. = . + r ==ac.+ =.
(1) +:.+= B (2) +:.+= C
(3) +:.+= D (4) ;=+ = =.; =r.
72. What is the escape velocity for the Earth?
(1) 9500 m/sec. (2) 7800 m/sec.
(3) 11200 m/sec. (4) None of these
72. | +. = a| |a.= + +. r
(1) 9500 +...=. (2) 7800 +...=.
(3) 11200 +...=. (4) ;=+ = =.; =r.
73. Haematite and magnetite are the ores of:
(1) Aluminum (2) Copper
(3) Iron (4) Sulphur
73. r + :.;: +.. + = :.;: -= r
(1) |-+=+ = (2) =.| =
(3) a.r = (4) =-= =
[ A13 ]

74. In computer jargon, RAM refers to:
(1) Read Only Menu
(2) Random Access Memory
(3) Read Access memory
(4) Remove Auxiliary Memory
74. =- : ..+a. + RAM =. . r
(1) .: .=a. +.=
(2) -:+ |+== ++..
(3) .: |+== ++..
(4) .++ .+=.a. ++..
75. The Hill Station Kalimpong is in the State of:
(1) Meghalaya
(2) West Bengal
(3) Tamilnadu
(4) Rajasthan
75. |r.: . -.a =a+|. == .- + -.+ r
(1) +..a
(2) |+-+.a
(3) ++a=.:
(4) .=-..=
76. In which of the following places will you find French
colonial history, French culture and heritage in India:
(1) Daman & Diu
(2) Lakshadweep
(3) Andaman & Nicobar Islands
(4) Puducherry
76. ..+ + ==ac.+ + = == -..= | .| =. =.=. !|=+ . =.
;+r.= = -+ |+ ||. |.
(1) += |+ o.
(2) a.o.|
(3) -:+.= |+ ==.+.
(4) |:.
77. The vedas are four in number. The oldest veda is:
(1) Atharva veda (2) Samveda
(3) Rig veda (4) Yajurveda
77. + . =. = c. . r i =+. .= a..= + r
(1) .++ (2) =.++
(3) =+ (4) =+
78. The term 'Zone' is associated with:
(1) Basketball (2) Baseball
(3) Badminton (4) Boxing
78. | = . = =+o r
(1) +.-=:+.a (2) +=+.a
(3) +:+-:= (4) +.+=
79. Layer of the atmosphere which is closest to the Earth:
(1) Mesosphere
(2) Troposphere
(3) Stratosphere
(4) Ionosphere
79. +.+.+. =. |+ =. | +. = =+= =.+ r
(1) ++:a
(2) ...+:a
(3) =++.|+:a
(4) .=+:a
80. During acute summer, when the temperature is very
high, the patches of water are seen on the highways
from a distance. But when the observer reaches close,
the patches disappear & appear at a farther distance.
This illusion is due to:
(1) Total external reflection of light
(2) Total internal reflection of light
(3) Partial external reflection of light
(4) Partial internal reflection of light
80. +r + +. = =+ = + , = .=+.. | |.=. |: r. = =.
r=.= r. +. r i |.=. =. += | r = | |.=. .+ r. =.+. r +..
. c..; +. r i r . + r. +. r
(1) a=.-. = |. +.r. |.++= = =..
(2) a=.-. = |. .+= |.++= = =..
(3) a=.-. = .-.= +.r. |.++= = =..
(4) a=.-. = .-.= .+= |.++= = =..
81. What is the unit of Force?
(1) Newton
(2) Pascal
(3) Lumen
(4) Lux
81. +a =. ;=.; +. r
(1) -:=
(2) |.-=a
(3) -+=
(4) a+=
82. The correct sequence of the Indian Civilian "Padma"
Awards, starting form the lowest to highest is:
(1) Padma Shri, Padma Vibhushan, Padma Bhushan,
Bharat Ratna
(2) Bharat Ratna, Padma Bhushan, Padma Vibhushan,
Padma Shri
(3) Padma Shri, Padma Bhushan, Padma Vibhushan,
Bharat Ratna
(4) Padma Shri, Bharat Ratna, Padma Vibhushan, Padma
Bhushan
82. ..+ = =.= |+ | -=. =. == = ! =. . =.+ r |
=r. =+ + ++.|
(1) |+ =., |++.-.., |+.-.., ..+=
(2) ..+=, |+.-.., |++.-.., |+ =.
(3) |+ =., |+.-.., |++.-.., ..+=
(4) |+ =., ..+=, |++.-.., |+.-..
[ A14 ]

83. By which article has the Indian Constitution conferred a
special status to Jammu & Kashmir?
(1) Article 340
(2) Article 350
(3) Article 360
(4) Article 370
83. ..+. = +..= =. =. =-=. ... =+ . =-+. =. +-. -. =.
a.= =+. r
(1) ... 340
(2) ... 350
(3) ... 360
(4) ... 370
84. Dr. Verghese Kurien is associated with which of the
following:
i. Operation Blue Star
ii. White Revolution
iii. Operation flood
(1) Only (i) (2) Only (ii)
(3) Only (iii) (4) (i) & (ii)
84. :. . +.. = = = =. =.+ == + = ==-== = = :. r
i. .|.= a -:.
ii. ++ =.-+
iii. .|.= +a:
(1) =+a (i, (2) =+a (ii,
(3) =+a (iii, (4) (i, |+ (ii,
85. Tide caused by the gravitional pull of the moon and sun
together in the same direction is called:
(1) Spring Tide
(2) Neap Tide
(3) Tidal Wave
(4) Tidal Bore
85. -+. ..:., =. |= =.. |= r. .. + -a+. |+ = = =+.=. .
c.. + = =.. r. +. r , =ra.+. r
(1) +r -+. ..:.
(2) a. -+. ..:.
(3) -+.. +
(4) -+.. .-.
86. Find out the incorrect rank combination among defense
forces.
Army Navy Air Force
(1) General Admiral Air Chief Marshal
(2) Brigadier Commodore Air Commodore
(3) Major Lieutenant Squadron Leader
(4) Colonel Captain Group Captain
86. .. +a. = + a+ = + =. |r.=
.a = =. =a = =. +. = =.
(1) ==a |:+a | .= +..a
(2) +: =.+.:. | =.+.:.
(3) += a+:=-: -=+.:= a.:
(4) ==a =-:= | =-:=
87. It is found in sandy beaches of Kerala. India supplies
nearly 88% of world needs and is used for generation of
nuclear energy:
(1) Kyanite (2) Zircon
(3) Monazite (4) Uranium
87. ;= = a = +.a. =+ a. ==.. | |.. =.+. r i ..+ ++ =.
.+=+. =. =.+ 88% .| + =+. r |+ ;= =..=. ==. =
!|.= + a + =. =.+. r
(1) =.=.;: (2) ==.=
(3) +.=.=.;: (4) =+
88. A cyclist while turning around a curved road leans
inwards. By doing so which force he is providing
himself which enables to take a turn:
(1) Centrifugal Force
(2) Centripetal force
(3) Angular Velocity
(4) None of these
88. |= =.; =a =+. |= . +.+. =: = | + : + r | - =. .
n =+. r i ;= +r |= =. + : = + =+. +=.= = a| +r =. =-=.
+a a. r. r
(1) |=-a. +a
(2) =-a..=.. +a
(3) =... +
(4) ;=+ = =.; =r.
89. Freezing point of water is same on these scales:
(1) Centrigrade and Fahrenheit
(2) Centrigrade and Reaumur
(3) Centrigrade and Kelvin
(4) Fahrenheit and Kelvin
89. =a =. =+.+ +- == -= a. | =+.= r. +. r
(1) =-:.: |+ =.=r.;:
(2) =-:.: |+ .+
(3) =-:.: |+ =a+=
(4) =.=r.;: |+ =a+=
90. The Rajya Sabha has done a constitutional amendment
and passed the (alteration of name) bill officially altering
the name of the State. The state in question referred
here is:
(1) Sikkim
(2) Orissa
(3) Haryana
(4) Jharkhand
90. .- =.. = |= = + ..== = .. .= =. r |+ .- = =.+ +
..==. +. = |++ = == (=.+ =. |++ =, +. = |.+ =.i
r. = . + .- =. =.+ r
(1) =++
(2) !:.=.
(3) r...
(4) n.c.:

[ A15 ]
GENERAL ENGLI SH
DIRECTIONS: (Question No. 91 to 95) Read the passages below and answer the questions by choosing the best option:
Hanging Garden is an old locality, with rows of one-two-or three storey houses, separated by moss covered boundary walls, along
which creepers like ivy and bougainvillea had found refuge. The houses, far from holding any __________ (91) interest, _________
(92) conspicuous by their lack of anything not strictly utilitarian. They were simple brick structures, that often______ (93), right on the
edge of the road, the entrances of which were __________(94) by wrought iron grills or collapsible gates that ________(95) open
anytime a visitor arrived.
91.
(1) structurally (2) design
(3) architectural (4) building
92.
(1) were (2) are
(3) is (4) has
93.
(1) arise (2) went
(3) rose (4) climb
94.
(1) held (2) cover
(3) decorate (4) guarded
95.
(1) clashed (2) trickled
(3) clanged (4) ajar
DIRECTIONS: (Question Nos 96 to 99) Read the following passage carefully and then answer these questions based on what is stated
or implied in the passage.
A jolly musicologist by the entirely unobjectionable name of Henry Pleasants has written a book called
The Agony of Modern Music. That word Agony is right. Much of it is just not written down but improvised . Much of what passes for
music of these times is raucous noise and the excuse for persisting with it is that every common youngster understands and likes it.
The pleasant fellow concedes that Serious music is virtually dead. This may be dismissed as yet another pleasantry which the
undirected young indulge in. Paul Hindesmith, possibly one of the last of the classical giants, once said that some composers tended to
develop an over sublimated technique which produces images of emotions that are far removed from any emotional experience a
relatively normal human being ever has. That is just the point. High art can never be totally democratised. There is a barrier between
the egghead and the hoipolloi and it would be lazy idealism to ignore this. When Bach played and Beethoven roared, who was then the
gentlemen? The pity of it is that while talking music to masses, all known rules are broken and improvisation becomes king. That
roughly speaking, is how Jazz was born; by dropping discipline, inspiration, deep personal emotions and every element of creative art
and adopting improvisation as its main rationale. Why they even tried to smuggle bits of Jazz into serious music so that the composers
could somehow survive. Now they are going one step further: Learn it by ear, do not write down the stuff, make it up as you go along
and hope, by these shoddy techniques, that everyone present will applaud and, thus provide the composer and the performers with
their daily bread.
96. Pick the choice whose meaning is opposite to the word Hoi Polloi in the paragraph:
(1) Cannibalism (2) Aristocracy
(3) Tyranny (4) None of these
97. According to the author high art can not be democratized because:
(1) High art is over sublimated
(2) People differ in their emotional experience
(3) Masses can not be expected to appreciate what only the few intelligent can.
(4) Democratizing necessarily involves improvisation.
98. The Author uses the word improvisation to suggest:
(1) Making the original more sublime (2) Tampering with the original
(3) Rendering the original more popular (4) Simplifying the original.
99. They tried to introduce bits of Jazz in serious music so that :
(1) Music Might survive (2) The masses could take to serious music
(3) The new composers might survive (4) Music is democratized
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DIRECTIONS: (Question No. 100 to 102) Pick the choice closest to the meaning of the word given in capital.
100. FULGENT:
(1) Dizzy (2) Empty
(3) Diverse (4) Shining
101. GREGARIOUS:
(1) Sociable (2) Angry
(3) Lonely (4) Hardy
102. WIZENED:
(1) Withered (2) Wisdom
(3) Educated (4) Rolled
DIRECTIONS: (Question No. 103 to 105) Point out the nearest Antonyms of the following words out of the given responses.
103. Censured:
(1) Rebuked (2) Condemned
(3) Criticised (4) Complimented
104. Solemnly:
(1) Carelessly (2) Flippantly
(3) Lavishly (4) Disassionately
105. Dereliction:
(1) Refused
(2) Hatred
(3) Award
(4) Observance
DIRESTIONS: (Question No. 106 to 108) Find the one word substitution in the following questions.
106. The act of violating the sanctity of the church is:
(1) Blasphemy (2) Heresy
(3) Sacrilege (4) Desecration
107. A child born after the death of his/her father is called:
(1) Orphan (2) Postulant
(3) Postilion (4) Posthumous
108. A school boy who cuts classes frequently is a:
(1) Defeatist
(2) Sycophant
(3) Truant
(4) Martinet
DIRECTIONS: (Question No. 109 to 111) In each of the following questions an idiomatic expression and its four possible meanings are
given. Find out the correct meaning and mark your answer:
109. To turn tail:
(1) Shifts one position (2) Run away
(3) In the presence of (4) Something concealed
110. To fight tooth and nail:
(1) To fight a losing battle
(2) To fight purposefully
(3) To fight cowardly
(4) To make every possible effort to win
111. To throw cold water on:
(1) To boast and brag
(2) To get a hint
(3) To frustrate or discourage
(4) A person who shifts his position
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DIRECTIONS: (Que. no. 112 & 113) Look at the underlined part of each sentence. Below each sentence are given three possible
substitutions for the underlined part. If one of them (1), (2) or (3) is better than the underlined part, select that part as your response. If
none of the substitutions improves the sentence, choose (4) as your response. Thus a 'no improvement' response will be signified by
the letter (4).
112. Make haste lest you should not be caught in the storm:
(1) That you should not be
(2) You can be
(3) You should be
(4) No improvement
113. Just before the commencement of examination, the invigilator advised us from copying or indulging in any other
malpractices:
(1) Against
(2) Upon
(3) About
(4) No improvement
DIRECTIONS: (Question No. 114 & 115) In these questions, a sentence has been given in active voice. Out of the four alternatives
suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in passive voice and mark your answer in answer sheet.
114. The principal kept the staff members waiting:
(1) The staff members were kept waiting by the principal
(2) The staff members are kept waiting for the principal
(3) The staff members were being kept waiting by the principal
(4) The staff members were waiting for the principal
115. The king gave him a reward:
(1) He was given by the king a reward
(2) He was given the reward by a king
(3) He was given a reward by the king
(4) A reward was given by him to the king
DIRECTIONS: (Question no. 116 & 117) In each of the following questions, four alternative meanings for idiom/phrase given in capital
bold has been given. You are to select the alternative meaning which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase.
116. TURN A NEW LEAF:
(1) Start a journey
(2) Start to live a new life
(3) Give something new life
(4) Give somebody a new life
117. ON THIN ICE:
(1) As thin as ice
(2) On an ice berg
(3) On a slippery front
(4) In a dangerous position
DIRECTIONS: (Question no. 118 & 119) Formulate correct sentences by selecting the most appropriate option.
118. If I were you, I ......... be careful with my words:
(1) Will (2) Would
(3) Shall (4) Should
119. Of the two assistants he employed last month, I find Shyam .......... hardworking.
(1) Most (2) Only
(3) Least (4) More
DIRECTIONS: In the following question pick the correct spelt word.
120.
(1) Typhoid (2) Typhyiod
(3) Typhyoid (4) Typhiod
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