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(Papers) Railway Protection Force (RPF): Sub-Inspector(SI) Exam-2019 "Held on 6 January 2019 Shift -3"

(Papers) Railway Protection Force (RPF): Sub-Inspector(SI) Exam - Held on 6 January 2019 Shift- III

Question No.1  
Which of the following turned the Sikhs into a military sect? 

(A) Guru Gobind Singh - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Guru Teg Bahadur - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Guru Arjan Dev - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Banda Brave - (Alternative 4)
Question No.2  
Who defeated the Marathas in the third battle of Panipat?  

(A) Ahmed Shah Abdali - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Abdullah Abdullah - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Nadir Shah - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Mujum Khan - (Alternative 3)
Question No.3  
The purpose of the Kyoto Protocol is- 

(A) Protecting Wetland - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Minimizing Atmospheric Pollution - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Reducing greenhouse gas emissions - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Reducing electromagnetic radiation - (Alternative 3)
Question No.4  
Which of the following cities is called the entrance of north-east India? 

(A) Gangtok - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Aizawl - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Dispur - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Guwahati - (Alternative 3)
Question No.5  
Which country does not have ports in Europe? 

(A) Switzerland - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Italy - (Alternative 4) 
(C) France - (Alternative 1)
(D) Spain - (Alternative 3) 
Question No.6  
What is the property of not being extremely addictive on its mirror image of a substance?

(A) Asymmetry - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Charity - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Acharya - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Symmetry - (Alternative 4)
Question No.7  
Electric accelerated particles under acceleration by the electric and magnetic field are transmitted in the form of __________. 

(A) Electromagnetic Radiation - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Electromagnetic frequency - (Optional 3) 
(C) Electromagnetic Dimension - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Electromagnetic Induction - (Alternative 1)
Question No.8  
Indian court system follows the ________ type justice system. 

(A) Monopoly - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Integrated - (Optional 1) 
(C) Dual - (Optional 2) 
(D) None of these - (Alternative 4)
Question No.9  
What is the process of breeding by which high vitamins or protein and high-fat crops are grown?

(A) Inbuilt - (Optional 4) 
(B) Tissue Culture - (Alternative 1) 
(C) InterSpace Hybridization - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Bio fortification - (Alternative 2)
Question No.10  
Panama Canal Adds- 

(A) Arctic Ocean to the Indian Ocean - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Pacific Ocean to Indian Ocean - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean - (Alternative 1) 
(D) With the Indian Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean - (Alternative 2)
Question No.11  
The ratio of hydraulic stress and its associated tetanic tension is called __________.

(A) Equality - (Optional 4) 
(B) Compression - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Semi modulus - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Volume amplitude modulus - (Alternative 3)
Question No.12  
Which of the following is not a major factor of production? 

(A) Land - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Transportation - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Diligence - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Capital - (Optional 4)
Question No.13  
What accounts does the CAG audit? 

(A) Public Sector Undertaking (PSU) and Central Agencies - (Optional 3) 
(B) Central Government, State Government and other government financial institutions - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Only Central Government - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Only State Government - (Alternative 4)
Question No.14  
Which of these is found only in plants? 

(A) Nuclei - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Cell Structure - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Cell membrane - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Cell wall - (Alternative 3)
Question No.15  
"Maiden Over" is related to which game? 

(A) Cricket - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Polo - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Wrestling - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Football - (Optional 1)
Question No.16  
Which of these lakes is found in Jammu and Kashmir? 

(A) Nainital - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Pulukat - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Soory Mori - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Bhimtal - (Alternative 1)
Question no.17  
The constitution of the joint sitting of the two houses of Parliament has been taken from which constitution? 

(A) Soviet Constitution - (Alternative 4) 
(B) French Constitution - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Australian Constitution - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Irish Constitution - (Alternative 1) 
Question No.18  
Non-executed property (NPA) is a loan or advance which is an overdue on the principal or interest payment for the period of ___________. 

(A) 90 days - (Optional 3) 
(B) 60 days - (Optional 2) 
(C) 120 days - (Optional 4) 
(D) 30 Days - (Optional 1)
Question No.19  
Which of the following personality is not associated with the race competition? 

(A) Heema Das - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Pankaj Advani - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Usain Bolt - (Alternative 1) 
(D) PT Usha - (Alternative 2)
Question No.20  
Which of the following states is found in the Jemu Glacier state? 

(A) Arunachal Pradesh - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Himachal Pradesh - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Sikkim - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Uttarakhand - (Alternative 4)
Question no.21  
Which amendment act has been added to the original duties in the constitution? 

(A) 44th Constitutional Amendment Act - (Optional 1) 
(B) 42nd Constitutional Amendment Act - (Alternative 4) 
(C) 51st Constitutional Amendment Act - (Alternative 3) 
(D) 38th Constitutional Amendment Act - (Alternative 2)
Question no.22  
What is the 'work or energy transfer rate'? 

(A) Joule - (Alternative 1)
(B) Strength - (Optional 2) 
(C) Force - (Optional 3) 
(D) Speed - (Optional 4) 
Question no.23  
Which of the following is the world's largest (according to area) freshwater lake? 

(A) Lake Huron - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Tittakka Lake - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Superior Lake - (Optional 1) 
(D) Lake Erie - (Alternative 4)
Question no.24  
Which of the following is the right to make parliamentary law in relation to Scheduled Areas?

(A) Ministers of Cabinet - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Governor - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Parliament - (Alternative 1) 
(D) State Legislature - (Alternative 3)
Question No.25  
Which of these is not a game of Asian origin? 

(A) Kho-kho - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Kabaddi - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Rugby - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Ludo - (Alternative 2)
Question no.26  
Which of the following rivers is the tributary of Ganges? 

(A) Manas - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Subansiri - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Zanskar - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Magnifier - (Alternative 4)
Question no.27  
In Sri Lanka, the Indo-Sri Lanka agreement, famous for mediation in the ethnic conflict, was signed- 

(A) 1986 - (Alternative 4) 
(B) 1988 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 1989 - (Alternative 3) 
(D) 1987 - (Alternative 2)
Question no.28
"Economics is a science under which study of interactions of human behavior as an alternative and inadequate income is studied." Who is this statement? 

(A) Robins - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Alfred Marshall - (Optional 1) 
(C) Adam Smith - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Karl Marx - (Alternative 3) 
Question no.29  
The powers, rights and duties of Panchayats were included in the 11th Schedule of the Constitution by _____________. 

(A) 69th Amendment Act - (Alternative 4) 
(B) 92nd Amendment Act - (Alternative 3) 
(C) 74th Amendment Act - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 73rd Amendment Act - (Alternative 1)
Question No.30  
The final war of Wandivash was fought between whom? 

(A) English and French - (Alternative 1) 
(B) English and Dutch - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Englishman and Arkhot Nawab - (Alternative 4) 
(D) English and Portuguese - (Alternative 3)
Question No.31  
The world-renowned Charminar is located in ___________. 

(A) Hyderabad - (Alternative 1) 
(B) New Delhi - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Mumbai - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Bangalore - (Alternative 2)
Question No.32  
National Highway 1 goes from Delhi to ___________. 

(A) Jammu - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Amritsar - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Srinagar - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Calcutta - (Alternative 4)
Question No.33  
In organic compounds, the acyclic or open series compounds are also called __________________.

(A) Scalene compounds - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Scented compounds - (Alternative 1)
(C) Elephantic compounds - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Synthetic compound (Optional 3) 
Question No.34  
According to the 2011 census, literacy rate in India is ________ 

(A) 74% - (Optional 3) 
(B) 72% - (Optional 2) 
(C) 70% - (Optional 1) 
(D) 76% - (Optional 4)
Question No.35  
Which of the following is located in Iron and Steel Factory in Karnataka? 

(A) Rourkela - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Bhilai - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Bhadravati - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Bokaro - (Alternative 2)
Question No.36  
In the given options, which of the Winter Olympics comes under the category of sports?

(A) Rowing - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Swimming - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Short Track - (Optional 1) 
(D) Water Polo - (Alternative 2)
Question No.37  
The oath or administration of state ministers comes under which schedule of the Constitution?

(A) Fifth Schedule - (Optional 3) 
(B) Second Schedule - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Fourth Schedule - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Third Schedule - (Alternative 2)
Question No.38  
Fiji is the governing body of which game? 

(A) Goal Ball - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Gambling - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Golf - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Gymnastics - (Alternative 2)
Question No.39  
Indian agriculture is often called-

(A) Future of Millions of People - (Optional 4) 
(B) Redeemer of Humankind - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Bets on Monsoon - (Alternative 2) 
(D) World Food Store - (Alternative 3) 
Question No.40  
By what name was the famous ruler of Delhi named Farid?  

(A) Akbar - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Sher Shah - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Ismaili Shah - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Adil Shah - (Alternative 4)
Question No.41  
Who is the chairperson of another commission set up to determine the relationship between the Center and the states? 

(A) M.M. Poonchi - (Alternative 2) 
(B) s. - Optional 3 
(C) P. V. Rajamannar - (Alternative 4) 
(D) R. S Sarkaria - (Alternative 1)
Question No.42  
Animals whose cells are arranged in the embryo layer between the outer and internal membrane, are called _________________________ 

(A) Monoblastic Beast - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Triploblastic Beast - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Symmetrical animals - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Diaploblastic Beast - (Alternative 3)
Question No.43  
In the given options, which boxing does not belong to the game? 

(A) Birdy - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Uppercut - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Punch - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Knock Out - (Optional 1)
Question no.44  
Which lens of the compound microscope creates real, inverted and bigger image? 

(A) Eyepiece - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Objective - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Focal Length - (Optional 2) 
(D) Focal Plane - (Alternative 3)
Question No.45  
In which province did the famous Agartala movement "Tebhaga" occur? 

(A) Madras - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Bengal - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Sindh - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Uttar Pradesh - (Alternative 2)
Question No.46  
Who has the right to provide permanent residency to the local residents of Jammu and Kashmir?  

(A) Chief Minister of State - (Alternative 4) 
(B) President - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Parliament - (Alternative 1) 
(D) State Legislature - (Alternative 3)
Question no.47  
Which of the following Vedas is also known by the name of Brahma Vedas? 

(A) Atharva Veda - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Rig Veda - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Samveda - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Yajurveda - (Alternative 2)
Question no.48  
According to the Integrated Energy Policy, when the demand for electricity is expected to be 8,00,000 MW? 

(A) 2021-21 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 2041-42 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 2031-32 - (Optional 2) 
(D) 2051-52 - (Optional 4)
Question No.49  
Who among the following performed Manipuri dance in Santiniketan and brought back his fame?

(A) Mahatma Gandhi - (Alternative 4) 
(B) King Part Chandra - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Debendranath Tagore - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Rabindranath Tagore - (Alternative 2)
Question No.50  
Moderation in state policy director principles is done on the basis of which majority of the following?

(A) Simple majority - (Optional 4) 
(B) Special majority of parliament with consent of states - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Special majority of Parliament - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Full majority - (Optional 3) 
Question No.51  
Change the question mark with the option that follows the applied logic in the first pair.  R: J :: P: ?? 

(A) A - (Alternative 2) 
(B) H - (Alternative 1) 
(C) N - (Alternative 3) 
(D) D - (Alternative 4)
Question No.52  
Four of the following five are similar in a certain way, which create a group.  
Which one of these is not related to this group?  
V, Z, S, X, T 

(A) V - (Alternative 2) 
(B) X - (Alternative 4) 
(C) T - (Optional 1) 
(D) S - (Optional 3)
Question No.53  
Change the question mark with the option that follows the applied logic in the first pair.  Wet: Dry :: Scheduled: ?? 

(A) Perfect - (Optional 3) 
(B) Assigned - (Optional 2) 
(C) Pepared - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Unplanned - (Optional 4)
Question No.54  
Change the question mark with the option that follows the applied logic in the first pair.  2357: 34 :: 5575: ?? 

(A) 24 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 44 - (Optional 2) 
(C) 60 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 40 - (Optional 3)
Question no.55     
Carefully read the given information and answer the given questions. 

A compartment of 7 compartments is kept on one table. Each box of stacks has a special vegetable. Carrots, onions, potatoes, cabbage, beans, pumpkins and ground vegetables are vegetables. The stack is computed in the order of 1, 2, 3 ..... from the bottom of the stack.  
i) Carrot has been placed in any number of cans.  
ii) Cauliflower is not kept in the top tin box.  
iii) Potatoes are placed in a box kept in the middle of the pile.  
iv) The beans are placed in the pot top of the potato.  
v) Pumpkin is placed in the same number of carbohydrate under the carrots.  
vi) Potato is kept in the box which is neither close to the bean bins nor the cabbage box.  vii) Zimbabwe is not in the No. 5 box. 
Which of the following statements is correct with regard to the above order? 
(A) Between potatoes, zimindic and onion. - (Optional 1) 
(B) Carrot is in the 5th box. - (Optional 2) 
(C) Cabbage is in the second final box - (Alternative 3) 
(D) There are only 2 cans in the middle of the pumpkin and carrots. - (Optional 4) 
Question no.56  
How many classes are there in given picture?  


(A) 15 - (Optional 2) 
(B) 17 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 12 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 13 - (Optional 4)
Question no.57  
Carefully read the given information and answer the given questions.  

A compartment of 7 compartments is kept on one table. Each box of stacks has a special vegetable. Carrots, onions, potatoes, cabbage, beans, pumpkins and ground vegetables are vegetables. Dump pile is counted in the order of 1, 2, 3 .... below.  
i) Carrot has been placed in any number of cans.  
ii) Cauliflower is not kept in the top tin box.  
iii) Potatoes are placed in a box kept in the middle of the pile.  
iv) The beans are placed in the pot top of the potato.  
v) Pumpkin is placed in the same number of carbohydrate under the carrots. 
vi) Potato is kept in the box which is neither close to the bean bins nor the cabbage box.  vii) Zimbabwe is not in the No. 5 box. 
Which vegetable is kept between carrots and potato bins? 
(A) Beans - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Landing - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Onions - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Pumpkin - (Alternative 4) 
Question no.58  
If a mirror is placed on the shaded line, which of the following options is the correct image of the given shape? 

Question No.59  
Select the appropriate picture to come forward in the given series.

Question No.60  
How straight lines are there in the given picture? 


(A) 32 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 15 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 20 - (Optional 2) 
(D) 24 - (Optional 4) 

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Question No.61  
Select the correct option which will complete the format of the given image. 

Question No.62  
Find the next number in the category.  
61, 62, 66, 75, 91,? 

(A) 119 - (Alternative 4) 
(B) 116 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 120 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 122 - (Alternative 2)
Question No.63  
In this question four statements are given in relation between the letters, three, i, ii and iii are given in relation to them. Assuming the statements as true, decide which conclusions are completely true in relation to the statements.  
Statement.
B = S ≥ T <H = A; C> Q = U <T <D; F> E> D = K  
findings  
i) F> Q  
ii) C> H  
iii) Q <B 
(A) Only ii) and iii) - (optional 3) 
(B) Only i) and iii) - (Optional 2) 
(C) All - (Optional 1) 
(D) Only iii) - (Optional 4)
Question No.64  
In this question, a passage and a statement related to it have been given. Read carefully the verse and review the statement based on it.  

RAW JARGER, wildlife conservation officer of Andhra Pradesh, says that about 3 lakh birds of different castes have reached Kashmir Valley. Generally, about 9 lakh birds fall into the Kashmir valley every year from different cold regions of the whole world. That's why people of the valley get to see new species of birds every year. Birds can fly in any place to go to any place. At this time Kashmir is less cold compared to its original original habitat, so that they come in Kashmir Valley every year in the month of September. 
These birds can be helpful in promoting the valley in tourism. Ahmed, Shikara's owner, has to say that after the devastating incident of 2016, the arrival of tourists in the valley has decreased considerably. These migratory birds can complete this vacuum by attracting tourists from all over the world. Therefore, if the tourism department promotes it in a planned manner, it promotes it at a large scale, it will promote tourism in the valley.  
Statement: The arrival of migratory birds in the valley every year in September can be used to promote tourism here.  
Select one of the following options.  
A. The statement is definitely true.  
B. The statement is probably true.  
C. Statement can not be determined  
D. Statement is definitely wrong. 
(A) A - (Alternative 1) 
(B) B - (Alternative 2) 
(C) C - (Alternative 3) 
(D) D - (Alternative 4) 
Question No.65  
Banu said to Maruti, "Your mother is my husband's daughter, daughter of mother of mother-in-law." How is the mother of Maruti related to Banu? 

(A) Sister - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Mother - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Granddaughter - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Daughter - (Alternative 4)
Question No.66  
Change the question mark with the option that follows the applied logic in the first pair.  Countdown: Launch :: Breakfast: ?? 

(A) Food - (Optional 3) 
(B) Rice - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Lunch - (Optional 1) 
(D) Tasty - (Alternative 2)
Question No.67  
In a certain code language, if ENGAGE is written VMTZTV, then how will PLENTY be written in the same code language? 

(A) LOVMBG - (Optional 3) 
(B) KOVMGB - (Alternative 2) 
(C) KOVMBG - (Optional 1) 
(D) LOVMGB - (Alternative 4)
Question No.68
In this question the relationship between the various elements of the statement is shown. The statement has two conclusions.  
Statement.
B ≥ L = K <T = J  
Conclusion.  
i) J ≥ B  
ii) J> L  
Select the right from the following options.  
(A) The only i conclusion is correct.  
(B) Only ii conclusions are correct.  
(C) either i either ii conclusion is correct.  
(D) neither i nor ii conclusion is correct.  
(E) i and ii both conclusions are correct.  
(A) A - (Alternative 1) 
(B) C - (Alternative 3) 
(C) D - (Alternative 4) 
(D) B - (Alternative 2) 
Question No.69  
Find the next number in the category.  
17, 22, 44, 49, 98,? 

(A) 103 - (Alternative 4) 
(B) 100 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 102 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 101 - (Optional 2)
Question No.70  
According to the given picture, 6 letters A, B, C, D, E and F are marked on each surface of the dice. Which letter is marked on the surface opposite the surface F is inscribed on. 


(A) D - (Alternative 2)
(B) B - (Alternative 4) 
(C) A - (Alternative 3) 
(D) C - (Alternative 1) 
Question No.71  
Find the next number in the category.  
50, 52, 55, 60, 67,? 

(A) 81 - (Alternative 3) 
(B) 82 - (Alternative 4) 
(C) 78 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 79 - (Alternative 2)
Question No.72  
A statement in this question and two related findings have been given in the form of i and ii, assuming that the statements given in the statements to be true are to make sure that the conclusions regarding the statements are logical?  
Statement:
The schools in which the ratio of the number of teachers in proportion to the number of students is higher, they provide better education. ABC is a school with very little student numbers.  
Conclusion:  
i. School ABC provides better education.  
ii. Where there is a high proportion of the number of teachers in proportion to the number of students, there will be more attention to the children.  
Choose the right one from the following options.  
(A) The only i conclusion is correct.  
(B) Only ii conclusions are correct. 
(C) either i conclusion or ii is correct.  
(D) neither i conclusion nor ii is correct.  
(E) Both i and ii findings are correct 
(A) B - (Alternative 2) 
(B) E - (Alternative 4) 
(C) A - (Alternative 1) 
(D) C - (Alternative 3)
Question No.73  
Three statements in this question and three related conclusions have been given to them, assuming you are truthful, it is to make sure that the conclusions related to the statements are logical?  
Statement.
All crows are hens. All poultry is pigeon. There are some chickens. 
Conclusion: i) All crows are pigeons.  
ii) Some crows are birds.  
iii) Some birds are pigeons. 
(A) Only i and iii - (optional 3) 
(B) Only i - (Optional 4) 
(C) I and ii only - (Alternative 2) 
(D) All - (Optional 1) 
Question No.74  
In this question, a passage and a statement related to it have been given. Read carefully the verse and review the statement based on it.  

RAW JARGER, wildlife conservation officer of Andhra Pradesh, says that about 3 lakh birds of different castes have reached Kashmir Valley. In general, approximately 9 lakh birds each year come from various cold regions of the world in the Kashmir valley. Therefore, the people of the valley get new species of birds every year, birds can fly into any place and can go to any place. At this time Kashmir is less cold compared to its original original natural habitat, so that in the month of September every year Kashmir is in decline. 
These birds can be helpful in promoting the valley in tourism. Ahmed, Shikara's owner, has to say that after the devastating incident of 2016, the arrival of tourists in the valley has decreased considerably. These migratory birds can fulfill this vacuum by attracting tourists from all over the world. Therefore, if the tourism department promotes it in a planned manner, it promotes it at a large scale, it will promote tourism in the valley.  
Statement: Birds come in Kashmir Valley because it is cooler than their native natural habitats.  
Choose one of the following options.  
A. The statement is definitely true.  
B. The statement is probably true.  
C. Statement can not be determined  
D. Statement is definitely wrong. 
(A) B - (Alternative 2) 
(B) A - (Alternative 1) 
(C) D - (Alternative 4) 
(D) C - (Alternative 3)
Question No.75  
How many right-angled triangles can be made from given figures?


(A) 8 - (Optional 2) 
(B) 10 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 13 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 6 - (Optional 3) 
Question No.76  
Four of the following five are similar in a certain way, which create a group.  
Which one of these is not related to this group?  
Null, Naught, Void, Ample, Nil 

(A) Naught - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Ample - (Optional 3) 
(C) Null - (Optional 4) 
(D) Void - (Optional 2)
Question No.77  
Select the correct option from the given options that can make a full square. (3 of the 5 images are given below) 


(A) 2,4,5 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 1,4,5 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 1,3,4 - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 1,2,5 - (Optional 1)
Question No.78
Read the following logic and answer the given question.  

A @ B is A, B's husband.  
A # B is the wife of A, B.  
A $ B is the mother of A, B.  
A% B is the father of A, B.  
How is W, related to Z's mother in the equation W @ X $ Y% Z? 
(A) SaaS - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Uncle - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Father - (Optional 3) 
(D) In-laws - (Alternative 1) 
Question No.79  
Carefully read the given information and answer the given questions.  

A compartment of 7 compartments is kept on one table. Each box of stacks has a special vegetable. Carrots, onions, potatoes, cabbage, beans, pumpkins and ground vegetables are vegetables. Boxes are counted in the order of 1, 2, 3 below the heap.  
i) Carrot has been placed in any number of cans.  
ii) Cauliflower is not kept in the top tin box.  
iii) Potatoes are placed in a box kept in the middle of the pile.  
iv) The beans are placed in the pot top of the potato.  
v) Pumpkin is placed in the same number of carbohydrate under the carrots.  
vi) Potato is kept in the box which is neither close to the bean bins nor the cabbage box.  vii) The landline is not in the No. 5 box.  
What box is there in zimindand? 
(A) One of the boxes above pumpkin - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Box 1 - (Optional 4) 
(C) Box 2 - (Optional 1) 
(D) In the box below the beans - (Alternative 3)
Question No. 80  
Find the next number in the category.  
18, 37, 76, 155, 314,? 

(A) 639 - (Alternative 4) 
(B) 633 - (Alternative 2) 
(C) 636 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 630 - (Optional 1)
Question No.81  
Two statements in this question and the two conclusions related to them have been given in the form of i and ii, assuming that the statements are true, it is to determine which conclusions are relevant in relation to the statements? 
Statement.
Some cakes are cream. All creams are sour.  
Conclusion i) There are some creams, cakes.  
ii) All are sour cream.  
Select from the following options,  
(A) only conclusions i is logical.  
(B) The only conclusion ii is logical.  
(C) either i or ii conclusion is rational.  
(D) neither i nor ii conclusion is rational.  
(E) i and ii both conclusions are rational.  
(A) D - (Alternative 4) 
(B) B - (Alternative 2) 
(C) A - (Alternative 1) 
(D) C - (Alternative 3) 
Question No.82  
Choose the right water image of the given question from the given options. 


Question no.83  
In a certain code language, if CROWD is written XILJC, how would CRAMP be written in the same code language? 

(A) XIWUR - (Alternative 1) 
(B) XIXVS - (Optional 3) 
(C) XIYUS - (Alternative 4)
(D) XIYWT - (Alternative 2) 
Question no.84  
P is the cousin of Q, whose father is P's mother's brother. Q How are mothers related to P mother?

(A) Sister in Law - (Optional 3) 
(B) Sister - (Alternative 2) 
(C) SaaS - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Mom - (Alternative 1)
Question no.85  
Four of the following five are similar in a certain way, which create a group.  
Which one of these is not related to this group?  
LNP, HJL, MOQ, SVY, VXZ 

(A) VXZ - (Optional 3) 
(B) HJL - (Alternative 2) 
(C) SVY - (Optional 1) 
(D) LNP - (Alternative 4)
Question no.86  
Compound interest and interest of simple interest received in two years on difference amount is 84 rupees, if the rate of interest is 4%, then calculate the amount invested.  
(In rupees) 

(A) 52,500 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 54,500 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 55,500 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 53,500 - (Optional 2)
Question No.87  
A bulb producing company found 13% of the total product defective. If the total number of non defective products is 5133, then the number of total defective products should be given.

(A) 757 - (Alternative 2) 
(B) 767 - (Alternative 3) 
(C) 777 - (Alternative 4) 
(D) 747 - (Optional 1)
Question no.88  
Aamir distributed 925 gifts among 4 children. The first part of the child is twice the portion of the other child, three times the size of the third child and four times the fourth child's share. Describe the number of total gifts received by the first and the second child. 

(A) 444 - (Optional 2) 
(B) 555 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 333 - (Optional 1)
(D) 666 - (Optional 4) 
Question No.89  
At the rate of a compound interest rate of 5 years, the original amount is tripled in five years, in how many years it will become 81 times the original amount? 

(A) 19 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 22 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 20 - (Optional 2) 
(D) 21 - (Optional 3)
Question No.90  
Vimal received 69 out of 80 marks in French, 92 out of 100 in English, 62 out of 70 in Spanish, and 47 out of 50 in Japanese. What was the total percentage achieved by him? ( % In ) 

(A) 70 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 90 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 80 - (Optional 2) 
(D) 100 - (Optional 4)
Question No.91  
The amount of Rs. 8,000 is given at an annual rate of 8% on ordinary interest. If the amount was withdrawn after 5 years and half of the total amount was invested in the stock market, then tell the amount remaining (in rupees) 

(A) 5,600 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 5,300 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 5,500 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 5,400 - (Optional 2)
Question No.92  
Which is placed above a table. The The entire area of the square piece of glass is 1600 cm width between the table and the glass piece is 9 cm. Tell the length of the table | (in cm) (A) 57 - (Optional 2) 
(B) 59 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 58 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 56 - (Optional 1)
Question No.93  
A person travels at the speed of 12kmph, 8kmph and 6kmph on the surface of an equilateral triangle. Find the average speed of his journey. (In Kmph) 

(A) 9 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 8 - (Optional 2) 
(C) 10 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 7 - (Optional 1)
Question No.94  
When a number is divided by 119, the remainder remains 8. When the same number is divided by 17, what will be the remainder? 

(A) 8 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 7 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 5 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 6 - (Optional 2)
Question No.95  
Find the value of x. 

(A) 29 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 27 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 30 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 28 - (Alternative 2)
Question No.96  
Instructions:  
Study the graph of the following times and answer the question based on it?  
The sale of books (in thousand) has been given in two consecutive years of 2010 and 2011 of five branches of a publishing company. 
Find out the average of all companies in the year 2010 (in thousand)? 


(A) 70 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 72 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 73 - (Alternative 4) 
(D) 71 - (Alternative 2) 
Question No.97  
Sheila walks at the speed of her usual speed (22/23) and determines a certain distance in 6 minutes more than the normal speed. Calculate the normal time it takes in determining a certain distance? (in a minute) 

(A) 152 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 132 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 162 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 142 - (Alternative 2)
Question No.98  
If a shopkeeper hikes the purchase price of an item by 48% and has a value of 48% on its sale, then know the total percentage gain or loss it will have? 

(A) 23.04% Loss - (Optional 4) 
(B) 22.84% Loss - (Optional 3) 
(C) 23.04% profit - (Optional 2) 
(D) 22.84% profit - (Optional 1)
Question No.99  
Find the value of x.

(A) 5510 - (Alternative 2) 
(B) 5710 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 5410 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 5610 - (Optional 3) 
Question No.100  
The proportion of salaries of Hameed, Clement and Ganesh is 3: 5: 7, respectively, if Ganesh is getting Rs.908 more than Hameed. What is Clement's salary? (In rupees) 

(A) 1,135 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 1,115 - (Alternative 2) 
(C) 1,125 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 1,105 - (Optional 1)
Question No.101  
How can the 648 mobile phones be distributed in an evenly similar manner in the students present in the class? 

(A) 20 - (Optional 2) 
(B) 21 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 22 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 19 - (Optional 1)
Question No.102  
A train takes 59 seconds to cross the 204 m long bridge. If the same train takes 25 seconds to cross a sign board then know the length of the train (in meters) 

(A) 160 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 140 - (Alternative 2) 
(C) 130 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 150 - (Optional 3)
Question No.103  
Selling an item for Rs 1,120 will get 60% more loss than the profit obtained by selling the same item at Rs 1840 for a given price. Find the purchase price of that item? (In rupees) 

(A) 1,390 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 1,690 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 1,590 - (Optional 3)
(D) 1,490 - (Optional 2) 
Question No.104  
There is 633 male and 633 female employees in a support project of an English based company. The average productivity of all employees is 72 calls per day. 72 call attendants are provided daily by a male employee. What will be the average of the number of calls being added to the women staff daily? 

(A) 72 - (Alternative 2) 
(B) 73 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 71 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 74 - (Optional 4)
Question No.105  
Martin gave 13% of his salary to a working organization for blind people, 12% of his salary to orphanages, 14% for physically challenged people, and 16% of his salary. Grant to the institution. The remaining amount of salary deposited in the bank for a monthly expenditure of Rs 44100. Find the amount donated in the orphanage. 

(A) Rs.1,1,760 - (Optional 1) 
(B) Rs.14,760 - (Optional 4) 
(C) Rs.13,760 - (Optional 3) 
(D) Rs.17,760 - (Optional 2)
Question No.106  
If the radius of a circle becomes 21 times, then how much of its circumference will be the previous perimeter? 

(A) 21 - (Optional 2) 
(B) 22 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 20 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 23 - (Optional 4)
Question No.107  
Tell us the product of two numbers, whom LS 8357 and M1. 

(A) 8357 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 8557 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 8457 - (Optional 2) 
(D) 8657 - (Optional 4)
Question No.108  
Instructions:  
Study the graph of the following times and answer the question based on it?  
The sale of books (in thousand) has been given in two consecutive years of 2010 and 2011 of five branches of a publishing company.  
Find the ratio of total sales in the two years of branch C2 and the ratio of total sales in both years of branch C4? 


(A) 145: 164 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 163: 144 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 164: 145 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 144: 163 - (Optional 2) 
Question No.109  
In the mixture of 98 liters, the ratio of milk and water is 3: 4. If this ratio is changed to 3: 5, then tell the amount of excess water (in liters) mixed in the mixture. 

(A) 15 - (Optional 2) 
(B) 16 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 17 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 14 - (Optional 1)
Question no.110  
The station master decides that the length and breadth of the rectangular digital board are increased by 2% and respectively, 8% is reduced. Find out the total change in the area.

(A) 5.24% increase - (Optional 1) 
(B) 6.16% reduction - (Optional 2) 
(C) 8.24% reduction - (Optional 4) 
(D) 7.16% increase - (Optional 3)
Question No.111  
Simplify. 4412x84÷215x1021=?

(A) 4084 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 4064 - (Alternative 2) 
(C) 4054 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 4074 - (Optional 3) 
Question no.112  
A person travels from the hostel to the college with a speed of 15 kmph from the bicycle and reaches a 6-minute delay. If he runs the speed of 20 kmph then he reaches 6 minutes earlier. Describe the distance between hostel and college. (In km) 

(A) 12 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 11 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 9 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 10 - (Optional 2)
Question No.113  
The average weight of 75 notebooks in a box is 7.5 kg. When a new notebook is placed in the box then the average is 7.6kg. Specify the weight of the new notebook. (In Kg) 

(A) 15.2 - (Optional 2) 
(B) 15.4 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 15.1 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 15.3 - (Optional 3)
Question No.114  
A shopkeeper sells a product in Rs.3,276 and earns 12.5% profit. Tell the amount that is equal to half of the purchase price of the product (in Rs.) 

(A) 1,356 - (Alternative 2) 
(B) 1,456 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 1,556 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 1,256 - (Optional 1)
Question No.115  
573! In the trailing Zeros, let us know. 

(A) 140 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 130 - (Alternative 2) 
(C) 120 - (Optional 1)
(D) 150 - (Optional 4) 
Question no.116  
Simplify. 17.35+15.32+17.36-26.48=3x?

(A) 4.89 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 5.79 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 7.85 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 6.85 - (Optional 2) 
Question No.117  
Instructions:  
Study the graph of the following times and answer the question based on it?  
The sale of books (in thousand) has been given in two consecutive years of 2010 and 2011 of five branches of a publishing company.  
Find out the total sales (in thousand) of company branches C1, C3 and C5 together in two years?

(A) 424 - (Optional 2) 
(B) 414 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 434 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 444 - (Optional 4) 
Question no.118
What would be the height of the cuboid, 28, 3 cm, and the cuboid that is formed by making the cuboid? If the length of the cuboid is equal to the arm of the cube and the width of the cuboid is 14 cm. (in cm) 

(A) 58 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 59 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 56 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 57 - (Optional 2) 
Question No.119  
In one box, three different types of old coins are in the ratio of 3: 5: 7, the value of old coins is Rs. 1, 5 and 10 rupees respectively. If the total cost of coins placed in the box is Rs 882 So, tell the number of old coins of 10 rupees. 

(A) 63 - (Alternative 2) 
(B) 61 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 65 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 67 - (Optional 4) 
Question No.120  
A gift box has 10 bangles. The average weight of the first 4 bangles is 61gms and the average weight of the remaining 6 bangles is 62 gms. Tell the average weight of all bangles (in grams)

(A) 61.6 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 61.5 - (Optional 2) 
(C) 61.7 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 61.4 - (Optional 1)

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Question No.1  
Who among the following was a famous slave of Allauddin Khilji? 

(A) Uloom Khan - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Amir Khusro - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Malik Kafoor - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Zafar Khan - (Alternative 4)
Question No.2  
Which of these link covers connecting to the Vindhya and Satpuda ranges? 

(A) Rajpipla Range - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Mahadev Ridge - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Mackle Ridge - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Kaimur Mountains - (Alternative 2)
Question No.3  
The main objective of the Economic Responsibility and Budget Management (FRBM) Act (FRBM) is ___________. 

(A) Improvement in law sector - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Economic Aggregation - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Tax devaluation for states - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Increasing Government spending - (Alternative 2)
Question No.4  
The Kilimanjaro mountain range is in which continent? 

(A) Australia - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Africa - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Asia - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Europe - (Alternative 2)
Question No.5  
The United Nations Development Program released their first human development report in ________.

(A) 1990 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 1993 - (Alternative 4) 
(C) 1992 - (Alternative 3) 
(D) 1991 - (Alternative 2)
Question No.6  
The semi-arid tropical savanna region of Africa is known as __________. 

(A) Sahara - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Katanga Plateau - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Sahel - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Whales - (Alternative 2)
Question No.7  
What is the provision of emergency for which Indian Constitution? 

(A) Part-XIV (fourteen) - (Optional 1) 
(B) Part XII (Thirteen) - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Part XV (Fifteen) - (Optional 4) 
(D) Part XVIII (Eighteen) - (Optional 3)
Question No.8  
What is the concept of the Supreme Court's counseling jurisdiction? 

(A) Japanese - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Canadian - (Alternative 2) 
(C) British - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Australian - (Alternative 1)
Question No.9  
Lavani is a famous folk dance of ______________. 

(A) Rajasthan - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Maharashtra - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Kerala - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Karnataka - (Alternative 3)
Question No.10  
The process of copying the genetic information on the RNA from one of the DNA is called _____________.

(A) Transcription - (Optional 2) 
(B) Transcoping - (Optional 3) 
(C) Transformation - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Translation - (Alternative 1)
Question No.11  
Who is appointed by the Supreme Court of India? 

(A) Union Home Minister - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Prime - (Alternative 2) 
(C) President - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Parliamentary Committee - (Alternative 4)
Question No.12  
Who separates the Meghalaya plateau from Malda Khand? 

(A) Purvanchal - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Indian Peninsula Plateau - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Himalaya - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Ganga - (Alternative 4)
Question no.13  
Which game is associated with 'dribbling' skills? 

(A) Hockey - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Bridge - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Chess - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Kart Racing - (Alternative 1)
Question No.14  
What kind of recruitment comes when the sun, moon, and earth are aligned? 

(A) Mixed Recruitment - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Spacing Recruitment - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Daily recruitment - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Elevation - (Alternative 4)
Question No.15  
What is the name of the disorder caused by the presence of an extra chromosome 21? 

(A) Klinefelters syndrome - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Downs Syndrome - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Darwin's syndrome - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Turners Syndrome - (Alternative 2)
Question No.16  
Summer Olympics 2018 In which country? 

(A) Japan - (Alternative 4) 
(B) China - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Argentina - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Peru - (Alternative 1)
Question no.17  
Pictures of Ajitha are _______________ common themes. 

(A) Buddhist - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Shaiv - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Vaishnav - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Jain - (Alternative 1)
Question No.18  
What is the uneven distribution of light intensity due to the overwhelming power of two waves?

(A) Diffraction - (Optional 1) 
(B) Coherence - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Upping - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Interference - (Optional 3)
Question No.19  
The concept of social, economic and political justice has been taken from which revolution?

(A) Japanese Revolution - (Alternative 4) 
(B) American Revolution - (Alternative 2) 
(C) French Revolution - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Russian Revolution - (Alternative 3)
Question no.20  
Who is considered the last signativist of the Indian Constitution? 

(A) Supreme Court - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Parliament - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Chief Minister - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Prime - (Alternative 3)
Question no.21  
Which of the following is the tallest plateau in the world? 

(A) Deccan Plateau - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Tibetan Plateau - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Columbia Plateau - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Katanga Plateau - (Alternative 4)
Question no.22  
The rate at which the bank lends to banks is called _________________. 

(A) Open Market Rate - (Optional 4) 
(B) Bank Rate - (Optional 2) 
(C) Reverse Repo Rate - (Optional 3) 
(D) Repo Rate - (Optional 1)
Question no.23  
The dipole sludge per unit rectangle is called ________________. 

(A) Paraguay - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Electrical Dipole - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Bipolar Aggression - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Polarization - (Alternative 2)
Question No.24  
What is the location of pollen grains in the females in feminine intersections? 

(A) Pollination - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Bilateral - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Embryogeny - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Function - (Alternative 2)
Question no.25  
Which one of the following is not related to Kho-Kho game skills? 

(A) Foul - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Pol Dive - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Trapping - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Dribble - (Alternative 2)
Question No.26  
Who among these was a famous traveler from Venice? 

(A) Marco Polo - (Alternative 2) 
(B) François Bernier - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Duraute Barbosa - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Niketeen - (Alternative 1)
Question no.27  
In Milind Panhho, who gave the answer to questions related to Buddhism in Milind? 

(A) Nageshwar - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Buddhaghosa - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Vasubandhu - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Bodhidharma - (Alternative 3)
Question no.28  
_______________ The country has made national planning for the first time. 

(A) India - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Russia - (Alternative 2) 
(C) China - (Alternative 4) 
(D) America - (Alternative 1)
Question no.29  
The inferior valley between the junior Himalayas and Shivalik is also called ___________ in the west.

(A) Triangle - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Duns - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Caravelas - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Areas - (Alternative 4)
Question no.30  
The process of producing electric current through the variable magnetic field is called ______________.

(A) Electrification - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Patience - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Electromagnetic Induction - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Parabolic - (Alternative 2)
Question no.31  
Which states are included in the Mahadai Water Disputes Tribunal? 

(A) Odisha, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Goa, Gujarat and Maharashtra - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Gujarat, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Goa, Karnataka and Maharashtra - (Alternative 1)
Question no.32  
Asia and North America. 

(A) Caspian Sea - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Suez Canal - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Black Sea - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Bering Strait - (Alternative 4)
Question no.33  
In which of the yagna, the helpless Bhujangasan exhibits? 

(A) Lotus - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Cobra - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Cat - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Tree - (Alternative 3)
Question no.34  
The new alluvial lands formed in the river's path are called _________________. 

(A) Khaddar - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Lowland - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Hobber - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Bhangar - (Alternative 3)
Question no.35  
What formula is used to find a very simple ratio of the number of atoms in a compound? 

(A) Chemical formula - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Formal formula - (Optional 4) 
(C) Structural Formula - (Optional 3) 
(D) Molecular Formula - (Alternative 1)
Question No.36  
Who is the caretaker President of India in the absence of the President? 

(A) Speaker of Lok Sabha - (Alternative 3) 
(B) The most senior member of the Rajya Sabha - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Chief Justice of India - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Vice President of India - (Alternative 2)
Question no.37  
Which of the following is a famous science fiction book? 

(A) Sushruta Samhita - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Surya Theory - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Charak Code - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Panchatantra - (Alternative 2)
Question No.38  
Indian Constitution prohibits the employment of children under ___________ years of age. 

(A) 14 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 7 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 16 - (Optional 2) 
(D) 18 - (Optional 4)
Question No.39  
Who among the following has plundered and destroyed other temples 17 times along with the famous Somnath Temple in their attacks? 

(A) Qutubuddin Aibak - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Mahmoud Ghazni - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Timurlong - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Mohammed Ghori - (Alternative 1)
Question No.40  
The famous Borobudur Temple is dedicated to _______. 

(A) Strength - (Optional 3) 
(B) Vishnu - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Shiva - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Buddha - (Alternative 4)
Question No.41  
Which functionality is called as the percentage of total space filled with particles? 

(A) Packing Functionality - (Optional 2) 
(B) Structural Functionality - (Optional 4) 
(C) Laty Functionality - (Optional 3) 
(D) Solid Functionality - (Optional 1)
Question No.42  
The full name of AKFI's regulatory board is ______________________________. 

(A) All India Kung Fu Federation - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Amateurs Kabaddi Federation of India - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Amateurs Karate Two Federation of India - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Advanced Kho-Kho Federation of India - (Alternative 3)
Question No.43  
Which of the following is not a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Delhi? 

(A) Elephanta Cavity - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Humayun's Tomb - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Qutub Minar - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Red Fort - (Alternative 1)
Question No.44  
Which method is used to convert units of one system into another system? 

(A) Legal Marking - (Optional 1) 
(B) Accuracy - (Optional 4) 
(C) Quantification Analysis - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Precision - (Optional 2)
Question No.45  
Without a bill sanctioning a bill by the President and not returning it, it is called ______________, to be kept pending for an indefinite period of time. 

(A) Suspicious Vito - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Absolute Vitto - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Qualified Vito - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Pocket Vito - (Alternative 4)
Question no.46  
The total number of members in the Rajya Sabha is ___________. 

(A) 242 - (Alternative 4) 
(B) 245 - (Alternative 2) 
(C) 250 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 240 - (Alternative 3)
Question no.47  
Which of the following regions have the highest percentage of forestry? 

(A) Nagaland - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Mizoram - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Kerala - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Manipur - (Alternative 2)
Question No.48  
In 1945 the people's plan was prepared by _________. 

(A) Jaiprakash Narayan - (Alternative 1) 
(B) M.N. Roy - (Alternative 3) 
(C) J.R.D. Tata - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Jawaharlal Nehru - (Alternative 4)
Question No.49  
In which country did the 2018 Commonwealth Games tournament be held? 

(A) Singapore - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Australia - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Kenya - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Tanzania - (Alternative 1)
Question No.50  
Which of these famous cities was formed by Firoz Shah Tughlaq? 

(A) Mahmudabad - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Bidar - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Agra - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Hisar - (Alternative 4)
Question no.51  
Four of the five given below are the same in a particular way and hence form a group. Which of these does not fit into that group?  
Happy, happy, happy, happy, sad 

(A) Sadness - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Happy - (Optional 1) 
(C) Happy - (Optional 2) 
(D) Harsh - (Alternative 4)
Question no.52  
Four of the five given below are the same in a particular way and hence form a group. Which of these does not fit into that group?  
J, N, R, H, G 

(A) N - (Alternative 3) 
(B) G - (Alternative 4) 
(C) H - (Alternative 2) 
(D) J - (Alternative 1)
Question no.53  
What is the next number in this series?  
29, 30, 34, 43, 59,? 

(A) 84 - (Optional 3)
(B) 85 - (Alternative 2) 
(C) 89 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 90 - (Alternative 4) 
Question No.54  
In a typical code language, if SHADE is written as JUZGF, how will GLOAM be written? 

(A) MINOC - (Optional 1) 
(B) NIMOC - (Optional 2) 
(C) NIQOC - (Optional 3) 
(D) NINOC - (Optional 4)
Question no.55  
Read the information given and answer the following questions.  
Eight persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting in the direction of the round table (not sure if they are in the same order) that they have the same distance between each. Of these, there are 5 men and 3 women. Two women are not sitting together anywhere  

i) A is a man and he is sitting in front of G  
ii) H and B are neighbors  
iii) C is a woman and B is third place on her side.  
iv) A is not a neighbor of C or B.  
v) There is one between G and B.  
vi) D is not close to A, but it is sitting in front of F.  
How many people are sitting in the G and B, when starting to measure from the right of G? 
(A) 5 - (Optional 2) 
(B) 1 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 4 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 3 - (Optional 4)
Question no.56  
In a particular code language, if SPIRIT is written as HKRIRG in code format, how will MISERY be written? 

(A) NRIFSZ - (Alternative 4) 
(B) NRHVBI - (Optional 1) 
(C) NJTVSZ - (Alternative 2) 
(D) NRHVIB - (Optional 3)
Question no.57  
Select the option that will replace the question mark according to the same logic set in the first pair.  1053: 18 :: 2354: ?? 

(A) 20 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 24 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 22 - (Optional 2) 
(D) 28 - (Alternative 4)
Question no.58
In this question, three statements related to each other, followed by three conclusions, i, ii and iii are given. Assuming that the statement is true, find out which conclusion is absolutely correct.  
Statement:
A ≥ B> C; C = I <T <E; T> L ≥ G  
Conclusion:  
i) C> G  
ii) A>  
iii) B> T 
(A) Only ii is true - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Only ii and iii are true - (optional 3) 
(C) Only i and ii are true - (alternative 2) 
(D) All are correct - (Optional 1) 
Question no.59  
There is a hint in this question and a statement is given later. Carefully read the excerpts provided and determine the statement based on that episode.

The  current Australian team has lost three of their last five Test series. They lost their last two Test series, one of which was against Pakistan, which is not considered to be a strong team now. Australia's two best batsman, Steve Smith and David Warner are currently suspended and their absence has weakened the Australian team. 
There is a lot of dissatisfaction and introspection about how their national team plays in Australia, how they show aggression on the field, how they do not show respect to the team against them, and neglecting the media at the most, and focusing only on winning only, the discussion on the future of the game is ongoing. There are. Australian cricket never reached such a low level. This is the best opportunity to knock them into their own house. In other words, if this India could not beat Australia in Australia in this series, then it would prove that the campaign around this team is only the same: the propaganda.  
Statement: India has a good chance of defeating Australia.  
Choose the right one from the next option  
A - The statement is completely true.  
B-statement is most true. 
There is no definitive definition based on C-statement.  
D-statement is completely false. 
(A) B - (Alternative 2) 
(B) C - (Alternative 3) 
(C) D - (Alternative 4) 
(D) A - (Alternative 1)
Question No.60  
In this question, the statement has shown the relationship of various elements. Statement after the two findings:  
Statement:
A ≤ B <C ≥ D <E = F <G  
conclusions:  
i) A = D  
ii) A <D  
Select one of the following options  
(A) is the i logical only conclusion 
(B) only conclusion ii is logical  
(c) i or ii is either logical  
(d) i or ii none of the rational  
(E) i and ii are both logical. 
(A) B - (Alternative 2) 
(B) D - (Alternative 4) 
(C) A - (Alternative 1) 
(D) C - (Alternative 3) 

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Question No.61  
Four of the five given below are the same in a particular way and hence form a group. Which of these does not fit into that group?  
LNP, TVX, USQ, OQS, HJL 

(A) HJL - (Alternative 2) 
(B) LNP - (Alternative 4) 
(C) USQ - (Alternative 3) 
(D) TVX - (Alternative 1)
Question No.62  
In this question, three statements and then three conclusions are given. Assuming the statement is the whole truth, then decide together with the findings that decide which conclusions are undoubtedly logical based on the information given in the statement.  
Statement:
Some lines are columns. There are some column layouts. There are all layers of wood.  Conclusion:  
i) Some columns are wood.  
ii) There are some lines of wood.  
iii) There is no line of wood. 
(A) Only ii) and iii) are logical - (Optional 3) 
(B) ii) or iii) One of these is logical - (Optional 1) 
(C) Only i), and ii) one or iii) are logical. - (Optional 4) 
(D) Only i) and ii) are logical - (alternative 2)
Question No.63  
Read the information given and answer the following questions.  
Eight persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting in the direction of the round table (not sure if they are in the same order) that they have the same distance between each. Of these, there are 5 men and 3 women. Two women are not sitting together anywhere  

i) A is a man and he is sitting in front of G  
ii) H and B are neighbors  
iii) C is a woman and B is third place on her side.  
iv) A is not a neighbor of C or B.  
v) There is one between G and B.  
vi) D is not close to A, but it is sitting in front of F.  
Which of the following statements is true about the seating? 
(A) F or H is a woman. - (Optional 3) 
(B) C is a man sitting in front of H. - (Optional 2) 
(C) E and A are the workshops. - (Optional 4) 
(D) The groups are women of C, D and E. - (Optional 1)
Question No.64  
Select the option that will replace the question mark according to the same logic set in the first pair.  Bowl: Soup :: Cup: ?? 

(A) Spoon - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Taste - (Optional 4) 
(C) Coffee - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Dish - (Alternative 3)
Question No.65  
How many compass strokes can be made from given figure? 


(A) 10 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 8 - (Optional 2) 
(C) 16 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 12 - (Optional 1)
Question no.66  
In this question, a statement is given and there are two conclusions similar to that of i and ii. It is to be assumed that you have all the truth in the statement given, and then both the conclusions are to be taken concurrently and to determine which conclusions are reasonable without any reasonable conclusions from the information given in the statement.  
Statement:
Every Saturday is a holiday. Today is the holiday.  
Conclusion:  
i) Today is Saturday.  
ii) Today is not Saturday  
Choose the correct one from the next options  
(A) Only conclusions are true.  
(B) Only conclusions ii is true.  
(C) i or ii is true.  
(D) None of the i or ii is true.  
(E) i and ii are both true. 
(A) E - (Alternative 4) 
(B) C - (Alternative 3) 
(C) B - (Alternative 2) 
(D) A - (Alternative 1)
Question No.67
Select the option that will replace the question mark according to the same logic set in the first pair.  W: L :: T: ?? 

(A) J - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Z - (Alternative 2) 
(C) A - (Alternative 4) 
(D) I - (Optional 3) 
Question No.68  
Read the information given and answer the following questions.  
Eight persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting in the direction of the round table (not sure if they are in the same order) that they have the same distance between each. Of these, there are 5 men and 3 women. Two women are not sitting together anywhere  

i) A is a man and he is sitting in front of G  
ii) H and B are neighbors  
iii) C is a woman and B is third place on her side.  
iv) A is not a neighbor of C or B.  
v) There is one between G and B.  
vi) D is not close to A, but it is sitting in front of F.  
Which of these couples is women? 
(A) CF - (Optional 1) 
(B) FH - (Optional 4) 
(C) DH - (Alternative 2) 
(D) CD - (Optional 3)
Question No.69  
In this question, there are two statements and two conclusions i and ii. Assuming the statement is the whole truth, then decide both conclusions together, and decide which conclusions are undoubtedly logical based on the information given in the statement.  
Statement:
All children are sons. All the boys are men.  
Conclusion:  
i. All the boys are male.  
ii. There are some male sons.  
Choose the correct option from the next  
(A) only the conclusion is true.  
(B) Only conclusions ii is true.  
(A) Conclusion i or ii is true.  
(D) Both i or ii are not true.  
(E) i and ii are both true. 
(A) E - (Alternative 4) 
(B) A - (Alternative 1) 
(C) C - (Alternative 3) 
(D) B - (Alternative 2)
Question No.70  
Which one of the following options for a given series is a figure coming up in it?

Question No.71  
There is a hint in this question and a statement is given later. Carefully read the excerpts provided and determine the statement based on that episode.

The  current Australian team has lost three of their last five Test series. They lost their last two Test series, one of which was against Pakistan, which is not considered to be a strong team now. Australia's two best batsman, Steve Smith and David Warner are currently suspended and their absence has weakened the Australian team. 
There is a lot of dissatisfaction and introspection about how their national team plays in Australia, how they show aggression on the field, how they do not show respect to the team against them, and neglecting the media at the most, and focusing only on winning only, the discussion on the future of the game is ongoing. There are. Australian cricket never reached such a low level. This is the best opportunity to knock them into their own house. In other words, if this India could not beat Australia in Australia in this series, then it would prove that the campaign around this team is only the same: the propaganda. 
Legislation: The current Australian team won two of the last five Tests they played.  
Choose the right one from the next option  
A - The statement is completely true. 
B-statement is most true.  
There is no definitive definition based on C-statement.  
D-statement is completely false. 
(A) B - (Alternative 2) 
(B) C - (Alternative 3) 
(C) D - (Alternative 4) 
(D) A - (Alternative 1) 
Question No.72  
If you put a mirror on the shaded line, which of the following options would be the right image of the given figure? 

Question no.73  
Select the option that will replace the question mark according to the same logic set in the first pair.  Needle: Tailor :: Pen: ?? 

(A) Poet - (Alternative 2)
(B) Paper - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Ink - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Write - (Optional 1) 
Question No.74  
Junkie said, "Jimmy is the father of a son of my father's wife." Jimmy is a dog? 

(A) Juno's father - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Juno's grandfather - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Juno's Maternal - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Juno's maternal - (Alternative 3)
Question No.75  
Choose the correct option from the following options that creates a category (3 of the following 5 images): 


(A) 1,4,3 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 1,4,5 - (Alternative 2) 
(C) 2,3,4 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 1,2,3 - (Optional 1)
Question No.76  
As shown in the figure, each page of the fash is printed with letters A, B, C, D, E and F. What is printed on the side page of the B character? 


(A) A - (Alternative 4)
(B) F - (Optional 1) 
(C) C - (Alternative 3) 
(D) E - (Alternative 2) 
Question No.77  
How many lines are there in the given picture? 


(A) 7 - (Optional 2) 
(B) 15 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 11 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 10 - (Optional 3)
Question No.78  
Kajal's grandmother is Vinod's mother's husband, who is Manocha's mother. Vinay is Kajal's father. What is the relationship with humor? 

(A) Kaka - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Brother - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Cousin - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Niece - (Alternative 2)
Question No.79  
Select the appropriate photo for the given question from the following options: 

Question No. 80  
What is the next number in this series?  
51, 53, 56, 61, 68,? 

(A) 79 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 82 - (Alternative 4) 
(C) 81 - (Alternative 3) 
(D) 80 - (Optional 2)
Question No.81  
Select the correct option to complete the image-shaped image of the given image. 

Question No.82  
How many squares are there in the given picture? 


(A) 7 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 10 - (Optional 2) 
(C) 12 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 8 - (Optional 3)
Question no.83  
What is the next number in this series?  

10, 15, 30, 35, 70,? 
(A) 75 - (Alternative 2) 
(B) 73 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 77 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 79 - (Alternative 4)
Question no.84  
Read the following statement and answer the following question.  

A + B is A is the husband of B.  
AB is A's wife.  
A * B is A is the son of B  
A / B is A's daughter A.  
In the equation X / Y + Z / W, what does X's father have to do with W? 
(A) Javai - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Kaka / Mama - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Father-in-law (Alternative 3) 
(D) Boy - (Alternative 4)
Question no.85  
What is the next number in this series?  
11, 23, 48, 99, 202,? 

(A) 409 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 309 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 350 - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 400 - (Alternative 3) 
Question no.86  
The support project of a company in England has 619 men and 619 women employees. The average productivity of all employees is 71 calls per day. A male employee consumes an average of 71 calls a day. What is the average number of average calls taken by a female employee in a day? 

(A) 69 - (Alternative 1) 
(B) 75 - (Alternative 4) 
(C) 71 - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 73 - (Optional 3)
Question No.87  
Martin donates 13% of his salary to the blind welfare institution, 12% to orphanage, 14% to the welfare agency and 16% to the medical aid agency. The rest of his salary is Rs. 40500 accumulates in the bank for its monthly expenditure. What is the amount donated to an orphanage? 

(A) Rs 11,800 - (Optional 2) 
(B) Rs 12,800 - (Optional 3) 
(C) Rs 10,800 - (Optional 1) 
(D) Rs 9,800 - (Optional 4)
Question No.88  
Find the value of x. 


(A) 16 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 14 - (Optional 2) 
(C) 13 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 15 - (Optional 3)
Question No.89  
The rich divided the 725 gifts into 4 small children. If the share of the first child, the share of the second child, the triple of the third child's contribution and the fourth child's share of the fourth, be the same as the first and second child. 

(A) 518 - (Optional 2) 
(B) 516 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 522 - (Alternative 4)
(D) 520 - (Optional 3) 
Question No.90  
The station master decided to increase the length and breadth of the rectangular digital board by 9% and 1% respectively. Calculate the total change made in the area. 

(A) 8.91% increase - (Optional 1) 
(B) 7.91% increase - (Alternative 2) 
(C) 8.91% reduction - (Optional 3) 
(D) 7.91% reduction - (Optional 4)
Question No.91  
234! Find the number of trailing zero (trailing zero) number. 

(A) 56 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 54 - (Alternative 2) 
(C) 58 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 52 - (Optional 1)
Question No.92  
How many ways do 432 Mobiles have the same number of students? 

(A) 20 - (Optional 2) 
(B) 22 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 18 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 24 - (Optional 4)
Question No.93  
Note:  
Study the following columns and answer the following question:  
Sales of books in 2010 and 2011 in five branches of one publishing company (thousandths) are shown. 
How much is the average sales for all branches of 2010 (thousandths)? 

(A) 80 - (Alternative 4) 
(B) 74 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 76 - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 78 - (Optional 3)
Question No.94  
If the radius of a circle is fourteen times, how much longer is the perimeter of the perimeter? (A) 13 - (Optional 1) 

(B) 16 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 15 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 14 - (Optional 2)
Question No.95  
One person is traveling at a speed of 12kmph, 24kmph and 10kmph from a rhombus triangular area. Take the average speed of your entire journey. (In Kmph) 

(A) 14.33 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 13.33 - (Optional 2) 
(C) 15.33 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 12.33 - (Optional 1)
Question No.96  
Sheila runs a certain distance 15/16 times faster than usual speed and takes longer than 6 minutes. Find the time you always need. (In minutes) 

(A) 84 - (Alternative 4) 
(B) 86 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 88 - (Alternative 1) 
(D) 90 - (Optional 2)
Question No.97  
Note:  
Study the following columns and answer the following question:  
Sales of books in 2010 and 2011 in five branches of one publishing company (thousandths) are shown.  What is the total sale of C1, C3 and C5 branches for both the years together? (Thousandths) 


(A) 470 - (Alternative 3) 
(B) 460 - (Alternative 2) 
(C) 450 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 480 - (Alternative 4) 
Question No.98  
One bulb manufacturer found that 13% of the total product is defective. If the number of defective products is 4524, find the number of defective products. 

(A) 686 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 676 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 656 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 696 - (Alternative 2)
Question No.99  
In one box, 3 types of old coins are kept in the ratio 3: 5: 7. Coins are worth 1 rupee, 5 rupees and 10 rupees respectively. If the total value of coins placed in the box is Rs. If you have 1372, find out the number of coins worth 10 rupees. 

(A) 92 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 96 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 94 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 98 - (Alternative 2)
Question No.100    
Find the multiplication of two such numbers 9797 and M.Sc. There is 1. 

(A) 9797 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 9898 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 9696 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 9595 - (Alternative 2) 
Question No.101  
After remaining divided by 119, there are 16 remaining. How much remaining 17 divided by the same number? 

(A) 13 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 16 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 14 - (Optional 2) 
(D) 15 - (Optional 3)
Question No.102  
The average weight of 61 sticks in a box is 6.1 kg. On keeping that new one, the weight of the weight increased to 6.2. Then weigh the weight of new weight. (In kg) 

(A) 12.3 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 12.9 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 12.5 - (Optional 2) 
(D) 12.7 - (Optional 3)
Question No.103  
A shopkeeper increased the price of one item by 41% and then gave 41% discount on the printed price as a discount. What is the total profit or loss percentage? 

(A) 16.21% loss - (Optional 4) 
(B) 16.81% profit - (Optional 1) 
(C) 16.81% Damage - (Alternative 3) 
(D) 16.21% profit - (Optional 2)
Question No.104  
If the same amount is invested for two years at the same rate of compounding and straightforward interest, then there will be difference of Rs. 56 to the interest paid. If the interest rate is 4% per annum then withdraw the amount invested. (In rupees) 

(A) 34,000 - (Optional 2) 
(B) 33,000 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 35,000 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 32,000 - (Optional 4)
Question No.105  
The damage done for a sale of Rs 535 for one item is 60% of the profit after selling the same item for Rs 775. Find the base price of the item. (In rupees) 

(A) 625 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 615 - (Alternative 2)
(C) 610 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 600 - (Alternative 4) 
Question No.106  
The milk and water content of the 49-liter mixture is 3: 4. How much water is required to mix this ratio 3: 5? (In liters) 

(A) 7 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 6 - (Optional 2) 
(C) 5 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 4 - (Optional 4)
Question No.107  
Give it straightforward: 12.34+23.45+34.56-45.67=2x?

(A) 13.34 - (Optional 2) 
(B) 14.34 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 12.34 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 11.34 - (Optional 1)
Question No.108  
A train crosses 238 m length in 51 seconds. If the same train has 17 seconds to cross a sign board, find the length of the train. (In meters) 

(A) 119 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 117 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 120 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 118 - (Alternative 2)
Question No.109  
The ratio of salary to Hameed, Seliment and Ganesh is 3: 5: 7. If Ganesh is worth more than Hameed If you get 852 more, how much salary is salary? (In rupees) 

(A) 1,065 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 1,035 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 1,055 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 1,045 - (Optional 2)
Question No.110  
An amount of 6600 rupees is invested in 8% yearly interest rate. After 5 years, withdraw the total amount and invest half a share in the stock market. Then remove the remaining amount. (In rupees)

(A) 4,520 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 4,620 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 4,320 - (Alternative 1)
(D) 4,420 - (Optional 2) 
Question No.111  
A shopkeeper earns 12.5% profit by selling an item at a price of Rs 2,763. Calculate half the price of the original cost of that item. (In rupees) 

(A) 1,229 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 1,228 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 1,226 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 1,227 - (Optional 2)
Question no.112  
Find the value of x. 

(A) 4390 - (Alternative 2) 
(B) 4590 - (Alternative 4) 
(C) 4290 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 4490 - (Optional 3)
Question no.113  
A man cycling goes from hostel to college at 15 km faster and gets late by 2 minutes. He runs the bicycle at 20 km faster, it will arrive 2 minutes early. Distance between hostel and college distance. (In KM) 

(A) 4 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 3 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 2 - (Optional 2) 
(D) 1 - (Optional 1)
Question no.114  
The total area of a square piece of a square placed on a table is 1089 cm 2 . The width between the glass piece and the edge of the table is 9 cm. Remove the length of the table. (in cm) 

(A) 51 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 53 - (Alternative 4) 
(C) 52 - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 50 - (Optional 1)
Question No.115  
A cuboid of Karna 21√3 melts and creates a cuboid. The length of the cuboid is the same as the density, the width of the cuboid is 10.5 cm, what is the height of the cuboid? (in cm)

(A) 42 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 45 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 44 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 43 - (Alternative 2) 
Question no.116  
One sum is tripled on compound interest in 4 years. How long will it take for 9 times? 

(A) 10 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 9 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 7 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 8 - (Optional 2)
Question No.117  
Vimala has 44 of the 80 languages in French, 86 out of 100 in English, 46 out of 70 in Japanese and 34 in the Japanese. Remove the total percentage of his points. (In%) 

(A) 60 - (Optional 2) 
(B) 50 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 80 - (Alternative 4) 
(D) 70 - (Alternative 3)
Question No.118  
Give it straightforward: 1692x52÷135x1020=?

(A) 4050 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 4060 - (Alternative 2) 
(C) 4070 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 4080 - (Optional 4)
Question No.119  
There are 10 bangles in a gift box, the first four bangles have an average weight of 47 grams and the remaining 6 bangles have an average weight of 48 grams. Remove the average weight of the total bangles. (In grams) 

(A) 47.6 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 45.6 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 46.6 - (Optional 2) 
(D) 48.6 - (Optional 4)
Question No.120  
Note:  
Study the following columns and answer the following question: 
Sales of books in 2010 and 2011 in five branches of one publishing company (thousandths) are shown.  What is the ratio of total sales for both years of C2 branch, for the total number of C4 branches for both the years? 


(A) 141: 165 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 146: 165 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 145: 165 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 143: 165 - (Optional 2)

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Question No.1 
Who gave the slogan 'Give me blood, I will give you freedom'? 

(A) Jawaharlal Nehru - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Mahatma Gandhi - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Subhash Chandra Bose - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Bal Gangadhar Tilak - (Alternative 4)
Question No.2
Of these, who are not the Deputy Governor of RBI? 

(A) V.K. Sharma - (Alternative 2) 
(B) V. Liladhar - (Alternative 4) 
(C) MK. Jain - (Alternative 1) 
(D) BP Kanungu - (Alternative 3)
Question No.3
__________________ is a process of energy production with the help of respiratory oxygen.

(A) Aerobic (aerobic) - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Anaerobic - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Autotrophic - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Infertility (heterotrophic) - (Optional 3)
Question No.4
Sunil Chhetri is related to which game / sports? 

(A) Football - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Volleyball - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Basketball - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Baseball - (Alternative 1)

Question No.5
Which of the following crop is not grass? 

(A) Almond - (Alternative 2) 
(B) SubA - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Bamboo - (Alternative 1)
(D) Alfalfa - (Alternative 4) 
Question No.6
Who won men's singles title at the 2018 US Open? 

(A) Roy Emerson - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Novak Djokovic - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Rafael Nadal - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Roger Federer - (Optional 1)
Question No.7 
Which of the following years has been declared by the United Nations as the International Year of Forests? 

(A) 2015 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 2009 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 2011 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 2008 - (Alternative 2)
Question No.8  
As the droplets of water are said to be free of moisture 

(A) Humidity - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Bala - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Rain - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Fog - (Alternative 2)
Question No.9  
Which organization was replaced by the Planning Commission of India? 

(A) Regional Council - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Policy Commission - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Energy and Resources Institute - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Securities and Exchange Board of India - (Alternative 1)
Question No.10  
What is the currency of Malaysia? 

(A) Malaysian Dinar - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Malaysian Dollars - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Malaysian Euro - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Malaysian Ringgit - (Alternative 3)

Question No.11  
Where is the "National Management Institute (NIBM)" located?

(A) Nagpur - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Mumbai - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Pune - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Hyderabad - (Alternative 3) 
Question No.12  
What is the full form of KCL in electricity? 

(A) Kirchoff's Conductive Rule - (Optional 3) 
(B) Kirchhof's Converter Rule - (Optional 4) 
(C) Kirchoff's Circuit Rule - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Kirchoff's stream rule - (Optional 1)
Question No.13  
Which freedom fighter is popularly known as Lok Nayak? 

(A) Jyotirao Phule - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Jatindranath Das - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Jyotiba - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Jaiprakash Narayan - (Alternative 4)
Question No.14  
Has the President of India declared so far a financial emergency? 

(A) Never Announced - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Yes, only once - (Optional 1) 
(C) Yes, two times - (Optional 2) 
(D) Yes, three times - (Optional 3)
Question No.15  
When was the Lahore session held? 
(A) 1820 - (Alternative 2) 
(B) 1929 - (Alternative 3) 
(C) 1940 - (Alternative 1) 
(D) 1945 - (Alternative 4)
Question No.16  
Against which team did Sachin Tendulkar make his 100th international century? 

(A) Pakistan - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Australia - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Bangladesh - (Alternative 4) 
(D) South Africa - (Alternative 2)

Question no.17
In which of the following countries is the St George Park Stadium located? 

(A) Zimbabwe - (Alternative 3) 
(B) South Africa - (Alternative 1) 
(C) United States - (Alternative 2) 
(D) West Indies - (Alternative 4) 
Question No.18  
What is the formula for Plaster of Paris? 

(A) G 2 sleeping 2 Kl / 2H 2 O - (Alternative 4) 
(B) G 2 sleep 4 Kl / 2H 2 O - (Alternative 1) 
(C) CaSO 4 Kl / 2H 2 O - (Alternative 3) 
(D) CaSO 4 - (Alternative 2)
Question No.19  
When was the Singh Sabha movement formed in Amritsar? 

(A) 1997 - (Alternative 4) 
(B) 1830 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 1873 - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 1920 - (Alternative 1)
Question No.20  
On high temperatures, gas-melt rock content located below the surface of the Earth is called __________________ 

(A) Hot Spring (Hot Waterfall) - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Lava - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Mica (Asbestos) - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Magma - (Alternative 3)
Question no.21  
Which list of constitution gives the list of states and union territories? 

(A) Tenth Schedule - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Second Schedule - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Seventh Schedule - (Alternative 2) 
(D) First Schedule - (Alternative 4)

Question no.22  
Who was the leader of the Munda Rebellion between 1875-1900? 

(A) Birsa Munda - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Raghava Munda - (Alternative 1)
(C) Balavid Munda - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Rajesh Munda - (Alternative 2) 
Question no.23  
Who is the author of the drama 'Shakuntala'? 

(A) Amar Singh - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Cone - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Varachichi - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Kalidas - (Alternative 2)
Question no.24  
Asia Cup belongs to which of the following sports? 

(A) Underwater Hockey - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Cricket - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Rugby - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Baseball - (Alternative 2)
Question No.25  
Which of these is not a classical dance? 

(A) Manipuri - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Odyssey - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Rasali - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Kuchipri - (Alternative 4)
Question no.26  
How much is the tenure of Chief Election Commissioner's office 

(A) Six years - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Three years - (Optional 3) 
(C) Five years - (Optional 2) 
(D) Four years - (Alternative 1)
Question no.27  
Where is the Sahara desert located in the following countries / continents? 

(A) South America - (Alternative 1) 
(B) North America - (Alternative 2) 
(C) China - (Alternative 3) 
(D) North Africa - (Alternative 4)

Question no.28  
Which one of the following devotional saints have projected the philosophy of Confirmation?

(A) Vallabhacharya - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Sadhna - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Madhavacharya - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Ramanand - (Alternative 1) 
Question no.29  
What is the mass of the moon? 

(A)7.347 x 10 22 kg - ( Optional 2) 
(B)7.347 x 10 26 kg - ( Optional 3) 
(C)6.347 x 10 24 kg - ( Optional 4) 
(D)6.347 x 10 22 kg - ( Optional 1)
Question No.30  
Which of the following languages has been declared as the official language of the Government of India? 

(A) Bengali - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Telugu - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Tamil - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Hindi - (Alternative 1)
Question No.31  
Prime Minister is the leader of the ________ 

(A) Majority party in Rajya Sabha - (Alternative 3) 
(B) None of these - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Majority party in parliament - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Majority party in Lok Sabha - (Alternative 2)
Question No.32  
Mughal miniature painting reached its peak during the rule of _____ 

(A) Jahangir - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Aurangzeb - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Shah Jahan - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Akbar - (Alternative 2)

Question No.33  
Was the first president of the Rajya Sabha 

(A) Neelam Sanjiva Reddy - (Alternative 4) 
(B) V.V. (Alternative 3) 
(C) Dr. Zakir Hussain - (Alternative 1)
(D) Dr. S. Radhakrishnan - (Alternative 2) 
Question No.34  
India has the office of President's office 

(A) Six years - (Optional 3) 
(B) Not defined duration - (Optional 1) 
(C) Five years - (Optional 4) 
(D) Four years - (Alternative 2)
Question No.35  
According to the 2011 census, which of the following states of India is the lowest sex ratio?

(A) Sikkim - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Bihar - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Haryana - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Kerala - (Alternative 1)
Question No.36  
Which of the following is the least densely populated place in the world? 

(A) Jarvis Island - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Greenland - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Bermuda - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Hogggo - (Alternative 1)
Question No.37  
The crops sown during the winter season are called _____________ crops. 

(A) Kharif - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Rabi - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Faber / Spade - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Weird - (Optional 3)
Question No.38  
Ukai Dam is located in ________ 
(A) Manipuri - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Punjab - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Tripura - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Gujarat - (Alternative 2)

Question No.39  
Hornbill festival is celebrated in which of the following states? 
(A) Nagaland - (Alternative 2)
(B) Kerala - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Karnataka - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Mizoram - (Alternative 4) 
Question No.40  
What is the expansion of "ESIC"? 

(A) Employees' State India Corporation - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Employees' State Insurance Corporation - (Optional 2) 
(C) Employees' State Information Corporation - (Optional 1) 
(D) Employees' State Insurance Council - (Alternative 3)
Question No.41  
The Speaker of Lok Sabha is elected by ___________ 

(A) All Members of the Lok Sabha - (Optional 3) 
(B) People directly - (Alternative 2) 
(C) All Members of Parliament - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Chief Justice of India - (Alternative 4)
Question No.42  
Sunderban National Park is located in ______ 

(A) Madhya Pradesh - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Bihar - (Alternative 2) 
(C) West Bengal - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Uttar Pradesh - (Alternative 1)
Question No.43  
Which of the following is India's 29th state? 

(A) Goa - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Telangana - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Mizoram - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Jharkhand - (Alternative 4)
Question no.44  
What is the formula for "frequency" (Frequency)? 

(A) 1 / Covered Period - (Optional 4) 
(B) Recurring Period 2 - (Optional 1) 
(C) Recurring Period - (Optional 3) 
(D) Recurring Time / 4 - (Optional 2)

Question No.45    
Which of the following is the natural source of lactic acid? 

(A) Tomato - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Potatoes - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Ant Sting - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Milk - (Alternative 1)
Question No.46  
What is the capital of Canada? 

(A) Beijing - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Georgetown - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Santiago - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Ottawa - (Alternative 2)
Question no.47  
Which is the capital of Punjab? 

(A) Chandigarh - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Ludhiana - (Alternative 1) 
(C) CoverStory - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Itanagar - (Alternative 4)
Question no.48  
What is the nickname of hockey player Major Dhyan Chand? 

(A) Jamie - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Wall (The Wall) - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Flyer (Flying Man) - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Magician (Wizard) - (Alternative 2)
Question No.49  
The number of nominated members in the Lok Sabha by the President 

(A) 2 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 4 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 12 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 1 - (Optional 2)
Question No.50  
What is the atomic number of helium? 

(A) 3 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 1 - (Optional 2) 
(C) 4 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 2 - (Optional 3)

Question No.51  
In this question, after two statements i and II two conclusions have been given. Assuming the given given in the statement together as truth, consider both the findings together and decide on which one of them follows beyond the logical and appropriate skepticism based on the information given in the statement.  
Statement:
Some papers are pen. All pencils are pen.  
Conclusion:  
i) Some pencils are papers  
ii) Some pen pencils are one of the  
following options to choose appropriate  
(A) only conclusions follow i  
(B) only follows conclusion II  
(C) either follow I or II the  
(D) neither I nor II follows  
the (E) I and II both follow 
(A) D - (Alternative 4) 
(B) A - (Alternative 1) 
(C) B - (Alternative 2) 
(D) C - (Alternative 3) 
Question No.52  
Read the following statement and answer the following question.  

A @ B means AB is the mother of  
A # B, which means AB is father.  
A $ B means AB's brother is  
A% B means AB is sister  
Which of the following shows that 'P '' R 'is aunt'? 
(A) P% Q # R - (Optional 4) 
(B) P% Q @ R - (Optional 2) 
(C) Q% P # R - (Optional 3) 
(D) P @ Q @ R - (Optional 1)
Question No.53  
According to the logic used in the first pair, replace the question mark with the appropriate option given to  
Cytology: Cells :: Entomology: ?? 

(A) Viruses - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Insects - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Soil - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Tissues - (Alternative 4)

Question No.54  
In any code language, if MORTAL is coded as VSQPEX, what will be the code of GARDEN in that language?

(A) VEKIRH - (Alternative 3) 
(B) VEKRIH - (Optional 2) 
(C) KEVIHR - (Optional 1) 
(D) KVEHRI - (Optional 4) 
Question no.55  
Select the correct option from the following options which could create a full square (3 out of 5 images below): 


(A) 1,3,5 - (Alternative 2) 
(B) 2,4,5 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 3,4,5 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 2,3,4 - (Optional 3)
Question no.56  
In this question, the relationship between different elements has been shown in the statement. After the statement, two conclusions have been given:  
Statement:
C ≤ O> N ≥ L = U <S ≤ I <K  
Conclusions:  
i) C ≤ U  
ii)  
Choose a suitable one of the following options  
(A) only conclusions i follows  
(ii) only the conclusion ii  
(C) either i or ii follows  
(d) neither i nor ii follows  
(i) i and ii both follow 
(A) A - (Alternative 1) 
(B) C - (Alternative 3) 
(C) B - (Alternative 2) 
(D) D - (Alternative 4)

Question no.57  
Four of the following five are somehow similar and therefore create a group. Which of these is not related to this group?  
BFJ, MQU, KPU, JNR, LPT 

(A) MQU - (Optional 1)
(B) KPU - (Optional 3) 
(C) LPT - (Alternative 4) 
(D) BFJ - (Alternative 2) 
Question no.58  
In accordance with the logic used in the first pair, replace the question mark with the appropriate option given to  
4441: 13 :: 3136: ?? 

(A) 14 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 21 - (Optional 2) 
(C) 15 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 13 - (Optional 4)
Question No.59  
Find the upcoming numbers in this series.  
19, 28, 46, 82, 154,? 

(A) 298 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 308 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 328 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 318 - (Alternative 2)
Question No.60  
Four of the following five are somehow similar and therefore create a group. Which of these is not related to this group?  
Wander, Saunter, Roam, Stride, Stammer 

(A) Stride - (Optional 4) 
(B) Wander - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Saunter - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Stammer - (Optional 1)

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Question No.61  
Carefully read the given information and answer the questions as per the following.  
6 students Anil, Sita, Mansi, Kajal, Govind and Varu sit around looking around the center of a circular table (not necessarily in the same order). All six students prefer different subjects such as mathematics, physics, history, geography, chemistry and biology.  

i) The mathematics that likes it sits between the mascara and the mansi.  
ii) The person who likes Chemistry is at the third position on the right side of Kajal.  
iii) Varu, who is not a neighbor of Govind, likes biology.  
iv) Kajal sits immediately on the left side of Varu.  
v) Govind does not like mathematics.  
vi) Sita is at the third position on the right side of the person who likes history. 
vii) Who likes physics and who like biology are neighbors  
Which of the following statements is correct in relation to the system? 
(A) Anil sits in the second position on the right side of Govind - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Mascara likes Chemistry - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Sita and Anil are neighbors - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Who likes chemistry sits between Anil and Mansi - (Alternative 1) 
Question No.62  
In this question, after three statements four conclusions have been given. Considering the given given in the statement together, consider the findings together and decide on which one of them follows beyond the logical and appropriate skepticism based on the information given in the statement.  
Statement:
All boys are children All the kids are beautiful. Some girls are girls  
Conclusion:  
i) All children are boys  
ii) Some girls are beautiful  
iii) Some boys are girls  
iv) all boys are beautiful 
(A) Only ii) and iv) - (optional 3) 
(B) I only), ii) and iii) - (alternative 2) 
(C) Only i) - (Optional 1) 
(D) All Follow - (Optional 4)
Question No.63  
According to the given figure, each side of the dice is painted with purple, red red, yellow, blue, gray and orange. What color is painted in contrast to the red color? 

(A) Sentinel - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Purple - (Optional 3) 
(C) Yellow - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Blue - (Alternative 2)

Question No.64  
How many simple lines are there in the given image?

(A) 11 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 12 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 9 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 8 - (Optional 2) 
Question No.65  
Choose the correct option that can meet the image pattern of the given image. 


Question No.66  
'L' is the son of 'K' whose only daughter is G. 'L' is the son of 'B', whose wife is A How is A related to G? 

(A) Bahu - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Daughter - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Niece - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Mother-in-law - (Alternative 2)
Question No.67  
Four of the following five are somehow similar and therefore create a group. Which of these is not related to this group?  
L, F, X, R, B 

(A) X - (Optional 1) 
(B) L - (Alternative 4) 
(C) F - (Alternative 2) 
(D) B - (Optional 3)
Question No.68  
According to the logic used in the first pair, replace the question mark with the appropriate option  MJ: HE :: GW: ?? 

(A) FS - (Optional 3) 
(B) CR - (Optional 2) 
(C) ES - (Alternative 4) 
(D) BR - (Alternative 1)

Question No.69  
A quote is given in this question, after which a statement has been given. Read the quotation carefully and determine the statement based on the quotation given.  

A Chinese researcher, Hei-Jianqui, from Southern University of Southern Science and Technology in Shenzhen, spread his sensation in an international world that he has made changes in the human fetal genes, and as a result, early twins in the beginning of this month Was born If this proved to be true, then this genes would be the first example of human offspring, with the specific desirable characteristics arising from the use of newly developed tools of "editing". According to the claim, in the case of newly born Chinese infants, genes have been edited in such a way that it is not affected by the HIV virus, which causes AIDS. 
The stir caused by the announcement is not only due to scientific leap, but the excitement is about serious ethical questions. Gene "Editing" capabilities are now present with hundreds of researchers and labs around the world. But in the case of China, the leading scientists of this area, including co-inventor Jennifer Daudna, of CrispR technology used to "edit" the genes have long "global breakdown" on 'diagnostic applications of technology in humans' As long as the internationally accepted protocols are not developed,  
Statement: CRISAR is a technique that can be used for editing gene.  
Choose one of the following options  
A - statement is definitely true.  
B - The statement is probably true. 
C - Statement can not be determined.  
D - The statement is definitely false. 
(A) C - (Alternative 3) 
(B) D - (Alternative 4) 
(C) A - (Alternative 1) 
(D) B - (Alternative 2) 
Question No.70  
Identify the image of the image given with the following options: 

Question No.71  
Pointing to a boy, one man said, "He is the only son of the husband of the mother of my son's sister." How is the man related to the boy?

(A) Father - (Optional 1) 
(B) Dada - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Cage - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Uncle - (Alternative 3) 
Question No.72  
How many right angled triangles can be made from the given image? 

(A) 6 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 4 - (Optional 2) 
(C) 3 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 2 - (Optional 1)
Question No.73  
According to the logic used in the first pair, replace the question mark with the appropriate option.  Author: Pen :: Barber: ?? 

(A) Trowel - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Spade - (Optional 3) 
(C) Tack - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Scissor - (Alternative 2)
Question No.74  
In any code language, if AMBLE has been coded as ZNYOV, what will be the code of PATROL in that language? 

(A) KGZLIO - (Optional 3) 
(B) KZGILO - (Optional 1) 
(C) QZUSLM - (Optional 4) 
(D) QUZLSM - (Optional 2)

Question No.75  
A quote is given in this question, after which a statement has been given. Read the quotation carefully and determine the statement based on the quotation given.  

A Chinese researcher, Hei-Jianqui, from Southern University of Southern Science and Technology in Shenzhen, spread his sensation in an international world that he has made changes in the human fetal genes, and as a result, early twins in the beginning of this month Was born If this proved to be true, then this genes would be the first example of human offspring, with the specific desirable characteristics arising from the use of newly developed tools of "editing". According to the claim, in the case of newly born Chinese infants, genes have been edited in such a way that it is not affected by the HIV virus, which causes AIDS. 
The stir caused by the announcement is not only due to scientific leap, but the excitement is about serious ethical questions. Gene "Editing" capabilities are now present with hundreds of researchers and labs around the world. But in the case of China, the leading scientists of this area, including co-inventor Jennifer Daudna, of CrispR technology used to "edit" the genes have long "global breakdown" on 'diagnostic applications of technology in humans' As long as the internationally accepted protocols are not developed,  
Statement: Researcher Jiankui's claim that he has changed the human fetal genes has proved to be true.  
Choose one of the following options  
A - statement is definitely true.  
B - The statement is probably true. 
C - Statement can not be determined.  
D - The statement is definitely false. 
(A) C - (Alternative 3) 
(B) D - (Alternative 4) 
(C) A - (Alternative 1) 
(D) B - (Alternative 2) 
Question No.76  
Carefully read the given information and answer the questions as per the following.  

6 students Anil, Sita, Mansi, Kajal, Govind and Varu sit around looking around the center of a circular table (not necessarily in the same order). All six students prefer different subjects such as mathematics, physics, history, geography, chemistry and biology.  
i) The mathematics that likes it sits between the mascara and the mansi.  
ii) The person who likes Chemistry is at the third position on the right side of Kajal.  
iii) Varu, who is not a neighbor of Govind, likes biology.  
iv) Kajal sits immediately on the left side of Varu.  
v) Govind does not like mathematics.  
vi) Sita is at the third position on the right side of the person who likes history. 
vii) Who likes physics and who like biology are neighbors  
Who sits right between Varu and Sita? 
(A) Mansi - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Those who like physics - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Govind - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Those who like history - (Alternative 2)

Question No.77  
Find the upcoming numbers in this series.  
12, 43, 162, 633,? 

(A) 1899 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 1879 - (Alternative 4) 
(C) 2512 - (Optional 2)
(D) 2532 - (Optional 3)
Question No.78  
Find the upcoming numbers in this series.  
3, 13, 35, 109, 323,? 

(A) 973 - (Alternative 2) 
(B) 969 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 946 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 646 - (Optional 1)
Question No.79  
Which of the options given for the given series will be the next picture? 

Question No. 80  
How many classes are there in the given image? 

(A) 16 - (Optional 2) 
(B) 18 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 15 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 12 - (Optional 4) 
Question No.81  
Find the upcoming numbers in this series.  
169, 146, 157, 134, 145,? 

(A) 156 - (Alternative 4) 
(B) 168 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 136 - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 122 - (Optional 1)

Question No.82  
If a mirror is placed on the shaded line, which of the following options is the correct image of the given shape?  

Question no.83  
In this question, there are two statements showing relations, after which I, ii and iii have been given three conclusions. Assuming that the given statements are true, find out which conclusions are true / true.  
Statement:
J = I> N ≥ G; G> L = E <M; T <U <J  
Conclusion:  
i) T <i  
ii) I> E  
iii) J> L 
(A) Only i) and iii) - (Optional 1) 
(B) All Follow - (Optional 4) 
(C) Only i) and ii) - (Optional 2) 
(D) Only iii) - (Optional 3)
Question no.84  
In this question, after a statement i and ii two conclusions have been given. Assuming the given given in the statement together as truth, consider both the findings together and decide on which one of them follows beyond the logical and appropriate skepticism based on the information given in the statement.  
Statement:
weight is proportional to height  
Conclusion:  
i) If weight grows, height decreases.  
ii) If height increases, then weight decreases.  
Choose the appropriate one of the following options  
(A) only follows the conclusions i  
(B) Only conclusions follow ii  
(C) either i or ii follows  
(D) neither i nor ii follows  
(E) both i and ii follow 
(A) A - (Alternative 1) 
(B) B - (Alternative 2) 
(C) D - (Alternative 4) 
(D) C - (Alternative 3)

Question no.85  
Carefully read the given information and answer the questions as per the following.  

6 students Anil, Sita, Mansi, Kajal, Govind and Varu sit around looking around the center of a circular table (not necessarily in the same order). All six students prefer different subjects such as mathematics, physics, history, geography, chemistry and biology.  
i) The mathematics that likes it sits between the mascara and the mansi.  
ii) The person who likes Chemistry is at the third position on the right side of Kajal.  
iii) Varu, who is not a neighbor of Govind, likes biology.  
iv) Kajal sits immediately on the left side of Varu. 
v) Govind does not like mathematics.  
vi) Sita is at the third position on the right side of the person who likes history. 
vii) Who likes physics and who like biology are neighbors  
Who likes history? 
(A) Anil - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Sita - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Mansi - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Govind - (Alternative 1) 
Question no.86  
Jeffrey donates 13% of his salary to disabled organizations, 12% orphanages, 14% of physically handicapped organizations and 16% of medical aid organizations. The remaining amount deposits the amount of 23445 for the monthly expenditure in the bank. Tell the amount donated in the orphanage. 

(A) 6652 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 6252 - (Optional 2) 
(C) 6452 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 6852 - (Optional 4)
Question No.87     
If the radius of a circle becomes ten times, how much of its periphery will be its circumference?
 

(A) 9 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 8 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 11 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 10 - (Optional 2)
Question no.88  
The tellyn moves at a speed of normal speed (10/11) and takes 13 minutes more than normal time. Find the usual time taken. 

(A) 130 mins - (Alternative 2) 
(B) 120 mins - (Optional 1) 
(C) 140 mins - (Alternative 3) 
(D) 150 mins - (Alternative 4)

Question No.89  
In a box, there are three different types of old coins in ratio 6: 7: 8; the value of the old coin is Rs. 1, Rs. 5 and Rs. 10 respectively. If the total value of the coin is 847 rupees in the box, then find the number of coins worth 10 rupees. 

(A) 84 - (Alternative 2) 
(B) 65 - (Alternative 4) 
(C) 56 - (Optional 3)
(D) 48 - (Optional 1)
Question No.90  
A train takes 73 seconds to cross the bridge of 448 meters. If this train takes 41 seconds to cross the sign board then find out the length of the train. 

(A) 484 m - (Optional 1) 
(B) 574 m - (Optional 3) 
(C) 563 m - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 624m - (Optional 4)
Question No.91  
There is 10 rings in a gift box. The average weight of the first 4 rings is 39 grams and the remaining 6 rings have an average weight of 40 grams. Get the average weight of the total rings. (In the village) 

(A) 39.4 - (Optional 2) 
(B) 39.2 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 39.6 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 39.8 - (Optional 4)
Question No.92  
The time taken by Rakesh and Wiki to cover the distance of 1000 km is in the ratio of 35: 27. Find the ratio of their motions. 

(A) 35:27 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 39:27 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 27:35 - (Optional 2) 
(D) 27:39 - (Optional 4)
Question No.93  
Solve:
 

(A) 3654 - (Alternative 4) 
(B) 3645 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 3456 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 3465 - (Alternative 2)

Question No.94  
Instructions:  
Study the graph of the following times and answer the following question:  

Books (from thousands of C1, C2, C3, C4 and C5) of a publishing company in two consecutive years of 2010 and 2011 ) Sales.  
What is the average sale of all branches (in thousands) in 2010? 


(A) 66 - (Alternative 4) 
(B) 65 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 64 - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 63 - (Optional 1) 
Question No.95  
Instructions:  
Study the graph of the following times and answer the following question:  
Books (from thousands of C1, C2, C3, C4 and C5) of a publishing company in two consecutive years of 2010 and 2011 ) Sales.  
How much is the total sales in C1, C3 and C5 branches during the two years? (In thousands)


(A) 364 - (Alternative 2) 
(B) 361 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 363 - (Alternative 4) 
(D) 362 - (Optional 3) 
Question No.96  
A person reaches the college with a speed of 45 km / hr from the hostel till 5 minutes late. If he runs a bike at 60 kmph and he reaches 4 minutes early. Find the distance between the hostel and the college. 

(A) 23 km - (Optional 1) 
(B) 27km - (Optional 4) 
(C) 25 km - (Optional 3) 
(D) 35 km - (Alternative 2)
Question No.97  
The profit earned on the item sold at the rate of 2720 rupees, is 11% more profit than the loss on the same item sold at the rate of Rs. 1,243. Find the purchase price of the item. 

(A) Rs.11934 - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Rs.1943 - (Optional 1) 
(C) Rs 1843 - (Optional 4) 
(D) Rs 1834 - (Optional 3)

Question No.98  
A shopkeeper sells a product at a price of Rs 1,368 and earns 12.5% profit. What will be the amount equal to half of the purchase price of the product. 

(A) Rs.608 - (Optional 3)
(B) Rs.604 - (Optional 1) 
(C) Rs.610 - (Optional 4) 
(D) Rs.606 - (Optional 2) 
Question No.99  
How can the students in the classroom be distributed equally to 720 mobiles? 

(A) 16 - (Optional 2) 
(B) 30 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 20 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 24 - (Optional 4)
Question No.100  
The average weight of 103 notebooks in a box is 10.3 kg. When a new notebook is added to the box, the average weight goes up to 10.4 kg. Tell the weight of the new notebook. 

(A) 20.7 kg - (Optional 1) 
(B) 20.3 kg - (Optional 4) 
(C) 20.5 kg - (Optional 3) 
(D) 20.9 kg - (Optional 2)
Question No.101  
The station master decides to increase the length and breadth of a rectangular digital board by 7% and 7% respectively. Show changes in total area 

(A) 0.49% less - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Increases 0.36% - (Optional 1) 
(C) Increases 0.49% - (Alternative 4) 
(D) 0.36% decreases - (Alternative 2)

Question No.102  
Instructions:  
Study the graph of the following times and answer the following question:  
Books (from thousands of C1, C2, C3, C4 and C5) of a publishing company in two consecutive years of 2010 and 2011 ) Sales.  
What is the ratio of the total sales of branch C2 during the two years and the total sales of branch C 4 during the two years?


(A) 171: 139 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 183: 169 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 139: 171 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 169: 183 - (Optional 2) 
Question No.103  
Solve: 

(A) 2197 - (Alternative 2) 
(B) 1444 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 1331 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 2917 - (Optional 4)

Question No.104  
The amount of 5600 rupees was invested on simple interest at the rate of 8% per annum. If after 5 years the amount is withdrawn and half the amount of the total amount is invested in the market. Find out the balance. (In rupees) 

(A) 3820 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 3920 - (Optional 4)
(C) 3720 - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 3620 - (Optional 1) 
Question No.105  
A person travels at the equivalent triangle area along with the plains of the triangular area, at 18 kmph, 24 km, and 36 kmph. Tell the average speed of travel. 

(A) 22kmph - (Alternative 2) 
(B) 24kmph - (Optional 1) 
(C) 18kmph - (Optional 3) 
(D) 34kmph - (Optional 4)
Question No.106  
2 , which is placed on top of a table. The breadth The total area of pieces of square glass 784 cm between the sides of the table and the piece of glass is 9 cm wide. Get the length of the table.

(A) 40 cm - (Optional 1) 
(B) 49 cm - (Optional 4) 
(C) 46 cm - (Optional 3) 
(D) 43 cm - (Alternative 2)
Question No.107  
The shopkeeper added 37% of the purchase price as a markup and then he gives a discount of 37% on the face value on the sale, what would be the total profit or loss percentage. 

(A) 13.69% Loss - (Optional 4) 
(B) 12.96% Loss - (Optional 3) 
(C) 13.69% profit - (Optional 2) 
(D) 12.96% profit - (Optional 1)
Question No.108  
The difference between earned interest from both, for investing under compound interest and general interest for 2 years, is 4 rupees. If interest rates are 4% per annum then tell the amount invested (in rupees) 

(A) 27750 - (Alternative 2) 
(B) 28750 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 26750 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 30750 - (Alternative 4)

Question No.109  
Under compound interest, an amount doubles in 3 years. How many years will it be 256 times its amount? 

(A) 24 years - (Alternative 2) 
(B) 28 years - (Alternative 4) 
(C) 22 years - (Alternative 1)
(D) 26 years - (Optional 3) 
Question no.110  
When a number is divided by 84 then the remaining 10 comes. What will be the remaining if you divide that number by 12? 

(A) 11 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 8 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 6 - (Optional 2) 
(D) 10 - (Optional 4)
Question No.111  
A cube of 13√3 cm diagonals is melted to a cuboid. If the length of the cuboid is similar to the back of the cube and the width is 6.5 cm, then what will be the height of the cuboid? 

(A) 32 cm - (Optional 4) 
(B) 28 cm - (Alternative 2) 
(C) 24 cm - (Optional 3) 
(D) 26 cm - (Optional 1)
Question no.112  
Solve: 


(A) 490 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 530 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 510 - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 550 - (Alternative 4)
Question No.113  
Vino received 76 points out of 80 in French, 98 out of 100 in English, 56 out of 70 in Spanish, and 43 out of 50 in Japanese. What was the total percentage it received? 

(A) 89% - (Optional 4) 
(B) 91% - (Optional 1) 
(C) 93% - (Optional 2) 
(D) 87% - (Optional 3)

Question No.114
Akil shared 550 gifts among 4 children. The first part of the child is twice the share of the second child and three times the third child's share and four times the fourth child. First tell the amount of gifts received by the child and the other child. 

(A) 324 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 396 - (Alternative 4) 
(C) 384 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 372 - (Alternative 2) 
Question No.115  
The ratio of salaries to Hamid, Kristo and Ganesh is 3: 5: 7, if Ganesha is getting more than 564 rupees from Hamid, then what is Christo's salary? 

(A) 505 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 805 - (Alternative 4) 
(C) 705 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 605 - (Alternative 2)
Question no.116  
214! Tell the number of the following zeros in 

(A) 51 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 47 - (Alternative 2) 
(C) 45 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 53 - (Alternative 4)
Question No.117  
In a support project of an English based company, there are 513 male and 513 female employees. The average productivity of all employees is 63 calls per day. The average call organized by the male employee is 63 calls per day. What is the average call to be paid per day by female employees? 

(A) 63 - (Alternative 2) 
(B) 61 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 67 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 65 - (Optional 3)

Question no.118  
Solve:


(A) 22.6 - (Optional 2) 
(B) 22.4 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 22.2 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 22.8 - (Optional 1) 
Question No.119  
Get the product of the two digits of which the smallest equator ratio (LCM) is 70 and the maximum consonant (HCF) is 7.  

(A) 480 - (Alternative 4) 
(B) 490 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 510 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 390 - (Alternative 2) 
Question No.120  
A bulb producing company found that 11% of the total product is faulty. If the number of non defective products is 6319, then specify the number of defective products. 

(A) 781 - (Alternative 4) 
(B) 681 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 593 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 793 - (Alternative 2)

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Question No.1  
The interval between the session of a parliament session and the beginning of the next season is called the interval- 

(A) Suspension - (Alternative 1) 
(B) House dissolution - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Indefinitely postponement - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Relaxation - (Optional 3)
Question No.2 
Where did the Olympics first place outside the United States and Europe? 

(A) Tokyo - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Melbourne - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Canberra - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Rio - (Alternative 4)
Question No.3 
How many years have India's census done? 

(A) 20 years - (Optional 4) 
(B) 10 Years - (Alternative 2) 
(C) 5 years - (Optional 1) 
(D) 15 years - (Optional 3)
Question No.4 
Which is the second largest organ donation? 

(A) Mollusca - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Arthropoda - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Escalaments - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Annelida - (Alternative 2)
Question No.5 
Which year was the post of Lok Sabha Speaker (Speaker) and Deputy Speaker (Deputy Speaker)? 

(A) 1935 - (Alternative 1) 
(B) 1951 - (Alternative 3) 
(C) 1947 - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 1921 - (Alternative 4)
Question No.6 
Where is the World Football Championship organized by FIFA for the first time? 

(A) Texas - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Gold Coast - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Montevideo - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Lisbon - (Alternative 3)
Question No.7 
The reaction of nitril and Easter is done by the reaction of aldehyde production? 

(A) Ikylon Reaction - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Eatard Reaction - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Rosenmund opt out - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Stephen Reaction - (Alternative 1)
Question No.8 
The proposal for General Anti Avoidance Rules (GAAR) was passed for the first time- 

(A) Direct Tax Code 2010 - (Alternative 2) 
(B) In GST Amendment - (Optional 1) 
(C) FFSLRC - (Optional 4) 
(D) FSDC Recommendation - (Optional 3)
Question No.9 
In the Rajya Sabha, the allocation of seats in States and Union Territories comes under which schedule? 

(A) Third - (Optional 1) 
(B) Fourth - (Optional 3) 
(C) Second - (Optional 2) 
(D) Seventh - (Optional 4)
Question No.10
Under which article can the Supreme Court issue a writ? 

(A) Article 131 - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Article 32 - (Optional 3) 
(C) Article 143 - (Optional 1) 
(D) Article 226 - (Alternative 4)
Question No.11
Which minerals are found in abundance in Monazite soil? 

(A) Uranium - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Plutonium - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Thorium - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Iridium - (Alternative 4)
Question No.12
What does 'Dan' mean in the game of judo? 

(A) Owner - (Optional 2) 
(B) Loser - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Ref - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Students - (Alternative 4)
Question No.13
Victoria Lake is in which of these continent? 

(A) Asia - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Africa - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Australia - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Antarctica - (Alternative 4)
Question No.14
The word 'Dead Ball' is related to which of the following games? 

(A) Sword Bazy - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Weightlifting - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Snorkel - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Cricket - (Alternative 4)
Question No.15
Point defect in crystal lattice is a type of frankel defect. By what name is it known? 

(A) Scotty Defect - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Interstitial Defects - (Optional 1) 
(C) Hematological defects - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Displacement defects - (Optional 3)
Question No.16
In what form are the areas which come in the downstream of the Visarpi river (the river that constantly changes its path)? 

(A) Peniplen - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Oxbow Lake - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Auxiliary River - (Alternative 1) 
(D) River Branch - (Alternative 2)
Question no.17
The longest river in Europe is- 

(A) Ural - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Volga - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Danube - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Nipper - (Alternative 1)
Question No.18
What are the South Indian languages related to which language group? 

(A) Dravid - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Tibet-Burman - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Austrique - (Optional 4) 
(D) Anglo-Indians - (Alternative 1)
Question No.19
By what name is the Bhoodan-Gramadan movement started by Vinoba Bhave? 

(A) Civil Revolution - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Green Revolution - (Alternative 1) 
(C) White Revolution - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Bloodless Revolution - (Alternative 3)
Question No.20
What are the wide open areas of South Africa called? 

(A) Downs - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Welds - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Pair - (optional 3) 
(D) Compass - (Optional 4)
Question no.21
What is the change achieved when the change in velocity divided by intermittent? 

(A) Average Displacement - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Average Acceleration - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Average Speed - (Optional 3) 
(D) Average velocity - (Optional 1)
Question no.22
What is called Shaivism in the Bhakti movement? 

(A) Nayanar - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Wali - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Bodhisattva - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Alwar - (Alternative 3)
Question no.23
Who composed the famous book 'book-ul-Hind'? 

(A) Al-Baruni - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Rich Khusro - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Abdur Razzak - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Ibn Arabi - (Alternative 2)
Question no.24
Which of the following is a part of the Iberia Peninsula? 

(A) France - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Italy - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Belgium - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Spain - (Alternative 2)
Question No.25
The Consumer Price Index is issued by whom? 

(A) Office of the Economic Adviser - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Finance Commission - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Policy Committee - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Central Statistical Office - (Alternative 3)
Question no.26
Which of the following is based on Pascal's law?  

(A) Centrifuge - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Hydraulic Lift - (Optional 3) 
(C) Motor - (Optional 4) 
(D) Lever - (Optional 1)
Question no.27
Military law is protected under which paragraph of the Indian Constitution? 

(A) Article 36 - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Article 32 - (Optional 1) 
(C) Article 34 - (Optional 4) 
(D) Article 31 - (Optional 3)
Question no.28
Which of the following games is not a competition to jump? 

(A) Pole Vault - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Hurdles - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Short Run - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Swimming - (Alternative 4)
Question no.29
Which of the following skills do not belong to the table tennis game? 

(A) Spin - (Alternative 4) 
(B) T - (optional 3) 
(C) Grip - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Stroke - (Optional 2)
Question No.30
Who is published by the Wholesale Price Index (WPI)? 

(A) Office of the Financial Adviser - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Finance Commission - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Policy Committee - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Central Statistical Office - (Alternative 2)
Question No.31
What type of democracy is the goal of policy director theory? 

(A) Both social and political democracy - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Political democracy - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Community Freedom - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Social and Economic Democracy - (Alternative 4)
Question No.32
Out of the following two states, the projects related to geothermal energy have been set up?

(A) Punjab, Jammu and Kashmir - (Alternative 2) 
(B) West Bengal and Sikkim - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Rajasthan and Himachal Pradesh - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir - (Alternative 1)
Question No.33
Which of the following was introduced by the practice of burning horses? 

(A) Babar - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Balban - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Akbar - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Allauddin Khilji - (Alternative 2)
Question No.34
Modified cathodes are called corona particles in the ray tube- 

(A) Canal rays - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Ultraviolet Rays - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Neutron - (Alternative 3) 
(D) X-rays - (Alternative 2)
Question No.35
The word 'chinsila' is related to whom? 

(A) Sufi Sampraday (Alternative 3) 
(B) Sikh Sampraday - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Imperial Decree - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Devotional Sect - (Alternative 1)
Question No.36
There is a gravitational force on a particle within the spherical shell- 

(A) Zero - (Optional 2) 
(B) Negative - (Optional 4) 
(C) One - (Optional 1) 
(D) Infinity - (Alternative 3)
Question No.37
The arrangement of leaves on stems or branches is called- 

(A) SpinTaxi - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Pulmotela - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Tendroxy - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Phylax - 3
Question No.38
Which act was done by decentralization of Madras and Bombay? 

(A) Act of 1858 for Better Governance - (Optional 1) 
(B) Morley-Minto Correction, 1909 - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Montagu Chelmsford Reforms, 1919 - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Act 1861 - (Alternative 2)
Question No.39
The financial sector development council (FSDC) was set up to replace one of the following? 

(A) High Level Committee on Trade Market - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Integrated Financial Agency - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Financial Correction Agency - (Alternative 3) 
(D) High Level Committee on Capital Markets - (Alternative 2)
Question No.40
What is the 'pro-puar' (in the interest of the poor), according to their vulnerability on taxpayers? 

(A) Proportional Taxation - (Optional 3) 
(B) Adverse Taxation - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Progressive taxation - (Optional 1) 
(D) Indirect Taxation - (Alternative 4)
Question No.41
Which of the following festivals is called the festival of colors? 

(A) Holi - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Janmashtami - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Durga Pooja - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Dussehra - (Alternative 4)
Question No.42
Which year was the National Women's Commission established? 

(A) 1989 - (Alternative 3) 
(B) 1993 - (Alternative 4) 
(C) 1991 - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 1992 - (Alternative 1)
Question No.43
Which of the following dance styles is known as 'Saga of East'? 

(A) Mohiniattum - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Kuchipudi - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Kathakali - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Kathak - (Alternative 4)
Question no.44
Which state is associated with traditional Muppets of Gombeatta? 

(A) Tamil Nadu - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Andhra Pradesh - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Kerala - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Karnataka - (Alternative 2)
Question No.45
According to the Child Labor Prevention Act (Amendment) 2016, labor is restricted to children of the age group.  

(A) 14 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 16 - (Optional 2) 
(C) 18 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 7 - (Optional 4)
Question No.46
Which tissue is found in the human body as the hardest and bony tissue? 

(A) Cartilage - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Collagen - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Bone - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Epithelial Tissue - (Alternative 4)
Question no.47
Who headed the second 'backward caste commission'? 

(A) Demand Barred Paramuna - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Kaka Blackar - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Fazal Ali - (Alternative 4) 
(D) BP Division - (Optional 1)
Question no.48
In which of the following states are the highest number of permanent forests? 

(A) Kerala - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Assam - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Tamil Nadu - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Madhya Pradesh - (Alternative 1)
Question No.49
The Bahamani state was the most powerful under whose rule? 

(A) Alauddin Hassan - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Firoz Shah Bahman - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Ahmed Shah - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Mahmoud Gavan - (Alternative 3)
Question No.50
Which year did Aamir Taimur invade Delhi? 

(A) 1396 - (Alternative 2) 
(B) 1395 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 1397 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 1398 - (Optional 4)
Question No.51
Find the next number in the following series:  
15, 31, 64, 131, 266,? 

(A) 545 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 550 - (Alternative 2) 
(C) 560 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 537 - (Optional 4)
Question No.52
From the selection of the correct figure that meets the given picture: 

Question No.53
Select the water image of the given shape from the options. 

Question No.54
Find the next number in the following series:  
14, 19, 38, 43, 86,? 

(A) 91 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 92 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 90 - (Optional 2) 
(D) 89 - (Optional 1)
Question no.55
A question has been given in this question and a statement related to it. Read the passage carefully and review the statement based on it.  

Currently, logically, there is tremendous opportunity for this time the most famous Indian Test cricket team. It has won only two of the last eight Tests played out of Asia, the remaining six are lost. It needs to improve its performance, and Australia is the most suitable place for it. Because the conditions at this time are completely different.  
A good series of winning a series in Australia can not be any more. Because at that time his two middle order batsmen Steve Waugh and Ricky Ponting are not in the Australian team, who always perform well for their team and due to which teams are afraid of playing against them on their home pitches. The current Australian team has lost three of the last five Test series. Australia is in miserable position in the absence of two of their best batsmen, Steve Smith and David Warner. Both of these batsmen are still suspended from three.  
Statement: The absence of Steve Smith and David Warner is a blow to the Australian team.  
Select the most appropriate option from the following.  
A-statement is absolutely true.  
B-Query is probably true.  
C-statement can not be reviewed.  
D-statement is completely false. 
(A) B - (Alternative 2) 
(B) D - (Alternative 4) 
(C) C - (Alternative 3) 
(D) A - (Alternative 1)
Question no.56
Four of the following given five letters are similar in some way and so they form a group among themselves. Which of these is not related to this group?  
U, X, I, O, E 

(A) O - (Alternative 1) 
(B) U - (Alternative 3) 
(C) I - (Optional 4) 
(D) X - (Alternative 2)
Question no.57
In this question, a statement and related two conclusions have been given in the form of i and ii. You should consider the things given in the statements as true and to determine which conclusions are relevant in relation to the statements?  
Statement:
It is good to drink coffee twice a day.  
Conclusion:  
i). Coffee can be a health drink.  
ii). Coffee is more healthier than tea.  
Select the one most suitable in the following options:  
A. The only conclusion i is logical is  
B. The only conclusion ii is logical is  
C. either the conclusions i or ii is rational  
D. Neither conclusion ii nor rational is  
E. i and ii both conclusions are rational. 
(A) A - (Alternative 1) 
(B) E - (Alternative 4) 
(C) C - (Alternative 3) 
(D) B - (Alternative 2) 
Question no.58
On the basis of the logic used in the first pair, select from the substitute alternate question mark in the second pair.  
Square: Perimeter :: Circle: ?? 

(A) Circumference - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Cylinder - (Optional 3) 
(C) Diagonal - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Volume - (Optional 1)
Question No.59
What is the number of straight lines in the given picture? 


(A) 10 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 9 - (Optional 2) 
(C) 8 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 12 - (Optional 1)
Question No.60
On the basis of the logic used in the first pair, select from the substitute alternate question mark in the second pair.  
Letter: Envelope :: Coconut: ??

(A) Eat - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Shell - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Food - (Optional 3) 
(D) Water - (Alternative 4) 

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Question No.61
In this question the relationship between different characters has been given in the statement. Two conclusions related to the statement have been given.  
Statement:
S <C ≤ R = E> A ≥ M  
Conclusion:  
i) S <E  
ii) R> M  
Select appropriate from the following options.  
A. The only conclusion i is logical is  
B. only the conclusions ii is logical  
C. Either the conclusions i or ii is rational  
D. Neither conclusion ii nor rational is  
E. i and ii both conclusions are rational. 
(A) B - (Alternative 2) 
(B) E - (Alternative 4) 
(C) C - (Alternative 3) 
(D) A - (Alternative 1)
Question No.62
Select the correct option from the following options that creates a perfect square (three of the 5 images are given below):  


(A) 3,4,5 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 1,4,5 - (Alternative 2) 
(C) 2,3,4 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 1,3,5 - (Optional 4)
Question No.63
On the basis of the logic used in the first pair, select from the substitute alternate question mark in the second pair.  
Z: M :: S: ?? 

(A) F - (Alternative 4) 
(B) H - (Alternative 3) 
(C) G - (Alternative 2)
(D) D - (Alternative 1)
Question No.64
In a fixed code language, LAUGH is coded as EPRLK. How to code CHIRP in the same language? (A) KFESU - (Optional 3) 

(B) LFETV - (Optional 1) 
(C) LGFSU - (Alternative 2) 
(D) LGFTV - (Alternative 4)
Question No.65
Four of the following given five are similar in some way and so they form a group among themselves. Which of these is not related to this group?  
Yell, murmer, shout, scream, cry 

(A) Scream - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Shout - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Yell - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Murmer - (Alternative 4)
Question No.66
If the mirror is placed on the shaded line then the correct mirror image of the given picture will be- 

Question No.67
In this question, there are three statements showing the relationship between the letters. Three conclusions related to them are given i, ii, and iii. Assuming the statements as truth, decide which conclusions are completely true in relation to the statements.  
Statement:
C <R = E ≤ D; D = O <W ≥ N; N> U ≥ T  
Conclusion:  
i) C <W  
ii) W ≥ T  
iii) D <N 
(A) Either ii or iii - (optional 3) 
(B) Only i - (Optional 1) 
(C) Only i and ii or iii - (optional 4) 
(D) Only i and iii - (Alternative 2) 
Question No.68
If N is the spouse of M (husband or wife) whose daughter is O. M is the grandfather of P, whose father is L. O is not married to L. What is the relation of O to P? 

(A) Mom - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Aunt - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Sister - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Cage - (Alternative 4)
Question No.69
Read the given information carefully and answer the questions related to it.  
The eight friends A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting in one line, not necessarily their order. 4 of them are on the north side and 4 towards the south.  

i) D and G are sitting on both ends of the line.  
ii) C and E are neighbors.  
iii) The location of F is the fourth on the right side of G and the second to the left of the B.  iv) D is not a neighbor of B or C.  
v) A is sitting at the third position on the right side of E, whose mouth is towards the north.  vi) The faces of F, A and D are in the same direction.  
Who is sitting at the fourth position on the right side of C? 
(A) B - (Alternative 4) 
(B) D - (Alternative 3) 
(C) H - (Alternative 2) 
(D) G - (Alternative 1)
Question No.70
How many classes are there in the given picture?


(A) 16 - (Optional 2) 
(B) 12 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 15 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 13 - (Optional 1) 
Question No.71
Select the appropriate picture to come forth from the given series with the options? 

Question No.72
Find the next number in the following series:  
37, 38, 42, 51, 67,? 

(A) 97 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 99 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 92 - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 102 - (Optional 4)
Question No.73     
Read the given information carefully and answer the questions related to it.  
The eight friends A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting in one line, not necessarily their order. 4 of them are on the north side and 4 towards the south.  

i) D and G are sitting on both ends of the line.  
ii) C and E are neighbors.  
iii) The location of F is the fourth on the right side of G and the second to the left of the B.  iv) D is not a neighbor of B or C.  
v) A is sitting at the third position on the right side of E, whose mouth is towards the north.  vi) The faces of F, A and D are in the same direction.  
In the following options, which group of all members of the group are in the north? 
(A) H, E & B - (Alternative 3) 
(B) A, F & G - (Alternative 4) 
(C) E, C & G - (Alternative 1) 
(D) A, D & B - (Alternative 2)
Question No.74
In a fixed code language SHRIEK is coded as HSIRVP. How will SQUEAL be coded in the same language?

(A) QSEUOZ - (Optional 2) 
(B) HJFVZO - (Optional 3) 
(C) HJVFOZ - (Alternative 4) 
(D) QSEULA - (Optional 1)
Question No.75
In this question three statements and three related conclusions have been given. You should consider the things given in the statements as truth and to determine which conclusions are relevant in relation to the statements? 
Statement:
All pen pencils are all pad pencils. All are lid pads.  
Conclusion:  
i. There are some pen pads.  
ii. All are lid pencils.  
iii. There are some pencil pens.  
(A) Only ii and iii are logical - (optional 3) 
(B) Only I and ii are rational - (Alternative 2) 
(C) All are rational - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Only i is rational - (Alternative 4) 
Question No.76
Read the following statements and answer the question on their basis.  

A + B means that A is B's son,  
AB is the daughter of A, B is  
A * B, meaning A is B's sister  
A / B means A is a brother of B  
based on the above information. According to the equation W + X * Y / Z, what is the relation of Z to Z? (A) Nephew - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Nice - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Uncle - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Aunt - (Alternative 4)
Question No.77
On the basis of the logic used in the first pair, select from the substitute alternate question mark in the second pair.  
1213: 14 :: 4501: ?? 

(A) 10 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 20 - (Optional 2) 
(C) 40 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 30 - (Optional 3)
Question No.78
Two statements in this question and two related findings have been given in the form of i and ii. You should consider the statements given in the statements as valid and to determine which conclusions are relevant in relation to the statements?  
Statement:
All candles are gone. All the lights are out.  
Conclusion:  
i). Some candles are lighter.  
ii). Some wickers are lighters.  
Select one of the most suitable in the following options:  
A. The only conclusion i rational is  
B. The only conclusion ii is logical  
C. The conclusions i or ii is logical  
D. Neither the conclusion ii nor the rational is  
E. i and ii both conclusions are rational. 
(A) A - (Alternative 1) 
(B) C - (Alternative 3) 
(C) B - (Alternative 2)
(D) D - (Alternative 4) 
Question No.79
How many right angled triangles can be made from the given picture? 


(A) 8 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 5 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 12 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 6 - (Optional 2)
Question No. 80
A woman pointing to a man said, "She is the grandfather of daughter of the daughter of my father's wife." How is that person related to that woman? 

(A) Uncle - (Alternative 2) 
(B) In-laws - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Brother - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Grandfather - (Alternative 3)
Question No.81
A question has been given in this question and a statement related to it. Read the passage carefully and review the statement based on it.  

Currently, logically, there is tremendous opportunity for this time the most famous Indian Test cricket team. It has won only two of the last eight Tests played out of Asia, the remaining six are lost. It needs to improve its performance, and Australia is the most suitable place for it. Because the conditions at this time are completely different.  
A good series of winning a series in Australia can not be any more. Because at that time his two middle order batsmen Steve Waugh and Ricky Ponting are not in the Australian team, who always perform well for their team and due to which teams are afraid of playing against them on their home pitches. The current Australian team has lost three of the last five Test series. Australia is in miserable position in the absence of two of their best batsmen, Steve Smith and David Warner. Both of these batsmen are still suspended from three.  
Statement: The author has mentioned Steve Waugh and Ricky Ponting in reference to how strong the Australian team was earlier.  
Select the most appropriate option from the following.  
A-statement is absolutely true. 
B-Query is probably true.  
C-statement can not be reviewed.  
D-statement is completely false. 
(A) A - (Alternative 1) 
(B) B - (Alternative 2) 
(C) C - (Alternative 3) 
(D) D - (Alternative 4) 
Question No.82
Four of the following given five are similar in some way and so they form a group among themselves. Which of these is not related to this group?  
NPR, OQM, BDF, VXZ, HJL 

(A) NPR - (Optional 4) 
(B) BDF - (Alternative 1) 
(C) HJL - (Optional 3) 
(D) OQM - (Alternative 2)
Question no.83
Read the given information carefully and answer the questions related to it.  
The eight friends A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting in one line, not necessarily their order. 4 of them are on the north side and 4 towards the south.  

i) D and G are sitting on both ends of the line.  
ii) C and E are neighbors.  
iii) The location of F is the fourth on the right side of G and the second to the left of the B.  iv) D is not a neighbor of B or C.  
v) A is sitting at the third position on the right side of E, whose mouth is towards the north.  vi) The faces of F, A and D are in the same direction.  
Based on the above-mentioned arrangement of seating, which statement given in the following options is true? 
(A) E and A are sitting in the same direction - (Optional 1) 
(B) Two people are sitting between C and H - (Alternative 3) 
(C) D is in the opposite direction of mouth B - (Alternative 4) 
(D) G is sitting at the fourth position on the right side of F - (Alternative 2)
Question no.84
According to the diagram, there are 6 letters A, B, C, D, E and F on the surfaces of one dice shown. Which letter is marked on the surface opposite the A face surface?


(A) F - (Optional 3) 
(B) C - (Alternative 4) 
(C) D - (Alternative 2) 
(D) E - (Alternative 1) 
Question no.85
Find the next number in the following series:  
57, 59, 62, 67, 74,? 

(A) 90 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 93 - (Alternative 4) 
(C) 85 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 86 - (Alternative 2)
Question no.86
If you sell any item for 513 rupees, then the profit you received for selling the same item at 993 rupees is 60% loss. Find the purchase price of that item? (In Rs.) 

(A) 493 - (Alternative 4) 
(B) 593 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 793 - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 693 - (Optional 1)
Question No.87
At the same amount, the difference of compound interest and simple interest earned in two years, at the interest rate of interest, is 72 rupees. If the interest rate is 4% annual, then calculate the amount invested (in Rs.)? 

(A) 43,000 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 44,000 - (Optional 2) 
(C) 45,000 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 42,000 - (Optional 3)
Question no.88
Find the value of x: 


(A) 5310 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 5110 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 5210 - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 5410 - (Optional 4)
Question No.89
A person reaches the hospital with a speed of 15 kmph and a delay of 4 minutes from the hostel. If he used to ride a bike at a speed of 20 kmph then it would reach 4 minutes early. Find the distance between the hostel and the college? (in km) 

(A) 6 - (Optional 2) 
(B) 8 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 5 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 7 - (Optional 3)
Question No.90
Simplify: 15.37+13.52+16.37-28.46=3x

(A) 5.7 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 5.5 - (Optional 2) 
(C) 5.4 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 5.6 - (Optional 3)
Question No.91
Martin donates 13% of his salary to an institution of blind, 12% of orphans, and 14% of the body of the organism, and gives 16% of his salary as help in setting up a medical camp. The remaining Rs 42,300 He deposits in the bank for the monthly expense. How much does he donate to the orphans? (In Rs.) (A) 11,480 - (Optional 3) 

(B) 11,580 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 11,280 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 11,380 - (Optional 2)
Question No.92
The ratio of milk and water to 77 liters is 3: 4. If this ratio is changed to 3: 5, then know the amount of excess water mixed in the mixture. (In liters) 

(A) 12 - (Optional 2) 
(B) 11 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 13 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 14 - (Optional 4) 
Question No.93
A bulb maker company found that 13% of its total product was poor. If the number of correct products is 4872, then find the number of bad products? 

(A) 708 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 728 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 718 - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 738 - (Alternative 4)
Question No.94
When the radius of the circle is 18 times its circumference will increase the circumference of the circle of the previous? 

(A) 17 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 20 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 19 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 18 - (Optional 2)
Question No.95
A person travels at the speed of 12 kmph, 14 kmph and 28 kmph on the surface of an equilateral triangular plane. Find her average speed? (in kmph) 

(A) 15.95 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 15.65 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 15.75 - (Optional 2) 
(D) 15.85 - (Optional 3)
Question No.96
The station master decided to increase the length of a rectangular digital board by 5% and reduce the width by 5%. Find out the total change in the area of the board? 

(A) 0.25% reduction - (Optional 2) 
(B) 0.25% increase - (Optional 1) 
(C) 0.36% reduction - (Optional 4) 
(D) 0.36% increase - (Optional 3)
Question No.97
Divide a number by 119, 11 remains the remainder. By dividing the same number by 17, how much will the remainder get?

(A) 14 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 12 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 13 - (Optional 2) 
(D) 11 - (Optional 4)
Question No.98
594 How can the mobile number of students of any class be divided equally? 

(A) 17 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 14 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 16 - (Optional 2) 
(D) 15 - (Optional 4)
Question No.99
25√3 cm If the cuboid is melted by making the cuboid, then its height will be, if the length of the cuboid is equal to the arm of the cube and the width of the cuboid is 12.5 cm. (from cm) 

(A) 51 - (Alternative 2) 
(B) 53 - (Alternative 4) 
(C) 50 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 52 - (Optional 3)
Question No.100
Simplify: 2892x68÷175x1021=?

(A) 4074 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 4064 - (Alternative 2) 
(C) 4054 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 4084 - (Optional 4)
Question No.101
Find the value of x: 

(A) 24 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 22 - (Optional 2) 
(C) 23 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 21 - (Optional 1)
Question No.102
Amir divides 850 gifts into 4 children. First gift of the child in the part of the child, twice the gift which came in the other child's part, three times the gifts which came in the third child's part and four times the gift of the fourth child, all are equal. How many gifts are available to both the first and the second?

(A) 412 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 312 - (Alternative 2) 
(C) 612 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 512 - (Optional 3)
Question No.103
7,400, 8% of the annual interest rate was invested. If after 5 years, that amount is withdrawn and half the amount is invested in the stock market, then what will be the remaining amount (in Rs.)? 

(A) 5,160 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 5,180 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 5,120 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 5,140 - (Alternative 2)
Question No.104
Instructions:  
Study the graph the following times and answer the question based on it? Two consecutive years of five branches of a publishing company have been given in the sale of books (thousand) in 2010 and 2011.  Find out the average (in thousand) of sales of all branches in 2010? 


(A) 64 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 70 - (Alternative 4) 
(C) 66 - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 68 - (Optional 3)
Question No.105
A shopkeeper sells a product for Rs 2376 and earns 12.5% profit on it. How much will the half of the purchase price of that item be equal to? (In rupees) 

(A) 1,056 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 1,046 - (Optional 2) 
(C) 1,066 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 1,036 - (Optional 1) 
Question No.106
A shopkeeper, with 45% increase in the purchase price of an item, has a discount of 45% on the sale after marking the price. So let's know the percentage of total profit or loss that it will get?

(A) 19.36% Loss - (Optional 2) 
(B) 20.25% profit - (Optional 3) 
(C) 20.25% Loss - (Optional 4) 
(D) 19.36% profit - (Optional 1)
Question No.107
There are 10 bangles in a gift box. The average weight of the first 4 is 55 grams and the average weight of the remaining 6 bangles is 56 grams. Find the total average weight of all bangles (in grams)?

(A) 55.4 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 55.7 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 55.5 - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 55.6 - (Optional 3)
Question No.108
There are different types of old coins in the ratio of 3: 5: 7 in a box, whose values are Rs 1, Rs 5 and Rs 10 respectively. If the total value of coins is Rs 588, then Rs 10 What is the total number of coins of value? 

(A) 44 - (Alternative 4) 
(B) 41 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 43 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 42 - (Optional 2)
Question No.109
The area of a square piece of glass is 1369 cm², which is placed above a table. The width between the glass pieces and one side of the table is 9 cm. Find the length of the table? (in cm) 

(A) 57 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 51 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 55 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 53 - (Alternative 2)
Question no.110
Instructions:  
Study the graph the following times and answer the question based on it? Two consecutive years of five branches of a publishing company have been given in the sale of books (thousand) in 2010 and 2011. 
Find out the total sales (in thousand) of the company's branches C1, C3 and C5 in both years?

(A) 403 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 400 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 401 - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 402 - (Optional 3) 
Question No.111
The average weight of 69 notebooks kept in a box is 6.9 kg. Keep 1 notebook in the box and its average weight goes up to 7 kg. Know the load of new notebooks? (in kg) 

(A) 13.1 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 13.6 - (Optional 2) 
(C) 13.9 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 13.4 - (Optional 3)
Question no.112
Sheila walks at its usual speed (19/20) and determines the normal time it takes in determining a certain distance in a certain distance of 5 minutes from the time it takes in normal speed. (in a minute)

(A) 85 - (Alternative 2) 
(B) 80 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 95 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 90 - (Alternative 4)
Question No.113
Instructions:  
Study the graph the following times and answer the question based on it?  
Two consecutive years of five branches of a publishing company have been given in the sale of books (thousand) in 2010 and 2011. Find the ratio of the total sales done in both the years of branch C2 and
the total sales in the two years of branch C4? 


(A) 47:85 - (Optional 2) 
(B) 37:58 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 74:85 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 73:58 - (Optional 1) 
Question No.114
Vimal receives 44 points out of 80 in French, 83 out of 100 in English, 45 in 70 in Spanish and 38 in 50 in Japanese. Find the total percentage of the marks obtained by him? (%In) 

(A) 50 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 70 - (Alternative 3) 
(C) 80 - (Alternative 4) 
(D) 60 - (Optional 2)
Question No.115
The English company based on a subsidiary project has 627 male and 627 female workers. The average productivity of all employees is 72 calls / day. If a male worker receives 72 calls / day, how much will the number of calls received by women employees per day? 

(A) 74 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 73 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 72 - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 71 - (Optional 1)
Question no.116
A train takes 56 seconds to cross 238 m long bridge. If the same train takes 22 seconds to cross a sign board, then know the length of the train? (in m) 

(A) 151 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 154 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 153 - (Alternative 2)
(D) 152 - (Optional 4)
Question No.117
On a compound interest, a sum is tripled to the original amount in 4 years. In how many years will it be 729 times its original amount? 

(A) 23 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 24 - (Optional 2) 
(C) 21 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 22 - (Optional 4)
Question no.118
Find the product of those numbers whose lowest equator (L) is 8249 and the maximum is equal to (ms) 1? 

(A) 8549 - (Alternative 4) 
(B) 8449 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 8349 - (Optional 2) 
(D) 8249 - (Optional 1)
Question No.119
The ratio of salaries to Hamid, Clement and Ganesh is 3: 5: 7. If Ganesha gets Rs 884 from Hamid, then how much is Clement's salary (in Rs.)? 

(A) 1,104 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 1,105 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 1,103 - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 1,102 - (Optional 1)
Question No.120
357! Find the number of trailing zeros in? 

(A) 87 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 88 - (Alternative 4) 
(C) 85 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 86 - (Alternative 2)

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(Papers) Railway Protection Force (RPF): Sub-Inspector(SI) Exam-2019 "Held on 5 January 2019 Shift -2"

(Papers) Railway Protection Force (RPF): Sub-Inspector(SI) Exam - Held on 5 January 2019 Shift- II

 

Question No.1 
Which of these is the largest island in the world? 

(A) Maldives - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Finland - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Greenland - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Shells - (Alternative 4)
Question No.2
Sultan Aljan Shah Cup is associated with which of these sports? 

(A) Hockey - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Golf - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Rowing - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Chase - (Alternative 1)
Question No.3 
What is the time period formula? 

(A) Frequency / 2 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 2 / Frequency - (Optional 2) 
(C) Frequency / 4 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 1 / Frequency - (Optional 3)
Question No.4 
The Chairman of the Lok Sabha will have to send his resignation letter - 

(A) Prime Minister - (Alternative 2) 
(B) President - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Deputy Speaker of Lok Sabha - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Ministers of Parliamentary Affairs - (Alternative 4)
Question No.5 
What is the formula of baking soda? 

(A) NaHCO2 - (Optional 2) 
(B) Na2 Co4 - (Optional 1)
(C) Na2 Co3- (Alternative 4) 
(D) NaHCO3 - (Optional 3) 
Question No.6
Who is the Indian player to score the first century in the Indian Premier League (IPL)?  

(A) Rohit Sharma - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Virat Kohli - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Shikhar Dhawan - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Manish Pandey - (Alternative 1)
Question No.7 
Where is the Martand Sun temple situated? 

(A) Varanasi - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Shimla - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Kashmir - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Madurai - (Alternative 4)
Question No.8
Which of these years was determined by the United Nations? 

(A) 2005 - (Alternative 3) 
(B) 2006 - (Alternative 2) 
(C) 2004 - (Alternative 4) 
(D) 2007 - (Optional 1)
Question No.9
The compilation of Kabir's compositions is called  

(A) Abhanga - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Dissertation - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Mode - (Optional 1) 
(D) Invoice - (Optional 2)
Question No.10 
What is the surname of Harbhajan Singh? 

(A) The Wal - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Jamie - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Flying Man - (Alternative 1) 
(D) The Turbanator - (Alternative 2)

Question No.11
When was 'Dandi March' organized? 

(A) 1940 - (Alternative 1) 
(B) 1947 - (Alternative 4) 
(C) 1930 - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 1950 - (Alternative 3)
Question No.12
The process of loosening and folding the soil is called - 

(A) Grassroot (3) 
(B) Weeding - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Soup - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Sow - (Alternative 2)
Question No.13
When did the Rangpur rebellion happen? 

(A) 1689 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 1986 - (Alternative 4) 
(C) 1783 - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 1729 - (Optional 1)
Question No.14
Announcement of new Foreign Trade Policy in India has been done for the year. 

(A) 2016 - 21 - (Alternative 2) 
(B) 2017 - 22 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 2014 - 19 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 2015 - 20 - (Optional 4)
Question No.15
Which of these crops is not an oil crop? 

(A) Mustard - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Sesame - (Optional 3) 
(C) Peanut - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Millet - (Alternative 1)
Question No.16 
According to 2011, which of the following Union Territories of India is the lowest sex ratio state?  

(A) Delhi - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Andaman and Nicobar Islands - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Daman and Diu - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Lakshadweep - (Alternative 3)

Question no.17 
Who won the Women's Singles title at US Open 2018? 

(A) Serena Williams - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Naomi Osaka - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Simona Halep - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Sania Mirza - (Alternative 2) 
Question No.18
The Republic of India has _____ states and _____ Union Territories. 

(A) 29 and 7 - (Optional 2) 
(B) 28 and 8 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 28 and 7 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 29 and 11 - (Optional 3)
Question No.19 
Who is the Chairman of the Seventh Central Pay Commission? 

(A) MK Jain - (Alternative 4) 
(B) NS Vishwanathan - (Alternative 2) 
(C) s. Gurumurthy - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Ashok Kumar Mathur - (Alternative 1)
Question No.20
How many parliamentary constituencies are seats in Union Territory of Puducherry? 

(A) 3 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 1 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 2 - (Optional 2) 
(D) 4 - (Optional 4)
Question no.21
In which of these countries is the Gobi Desert located? 

(A) U.S.A. (Alternative 4) 
(B) Chile - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Mongolia - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Japan - (Alternative 1)

Question no.22 
Kaziranga National Park is situated- 

(A) Assam - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Haryana - (Alternative 4) 
(C) New Delhi - (Alternative 2)
(D) Gujarat - (Alternative 1) 
Question no.23
Which of these is the natural source of acidic acid? 

(A) Milk - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Tomato - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Ants Sting - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Lemon - (Alternative 3)
Question no.24 
Kalamkari painting is related to which state? 

(A) Andhra Pradesh - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Manipur - (Alternative 4) 
(C) West Bengal - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Maharashtra - (Alternative 1)
Question No.25 
Energy derived from the internal heat of the Earth is called ___________________ energy.

(A) Potential - (Optional 1) 
(B) Solar - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Kinetic - (optional 3) 
(D) Geothermal - (Alternative 2)
Question no.26 
Who gave the slogan 'Come to Delhi'? 

(A) Netaji Subash Chandra Bose - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Mahatma Gandhi - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Lord Curzon - (Alternative 3)
Question no.27
Who founded the Mohammedan Anglo-Oriental College in Aligarh? 

(A) Maulana Abul Kalam Azad - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Syed Ahmed Khan - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Maulana Hasrat Mohani - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Dr. Zakir Hussain - (Alternative 3)

Question no.28
Who was the first British Governor General of India in 1833? (Appointed by British India Company)

(A) Lord Dalhousie - (Alternative 4)
(B) Lord Wellesley - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Lord Warren Hengsting - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Lord William Bantant - (Alternative 2) 
Question no.29
Who is known as the father of the Panchayat constituency? 

(A) Lord Morley - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Lord Minto - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Lord Montague - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Lord Chelmsford - (Alternative 3)
Question No.30
पोलड के मुा का या नाम है ? 

(A) Polish Kina - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Polish Zloty - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Polish Dinar - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Polish Balboa - (Alternative 3)
Question No.31 
How many languages have been listed in the unhappiness of Indian constitution? 

(A) 18 - (Optional 2) 
(B) 22 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 15 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 14 - (Optional 1)
Question No.32
Where is the headquarters of National Home Bank (NHB) located?  

(A) Chennai - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Mumbai - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Kolkata - (Alternative 2) 
(D) New Delhi - (Alternative 3)
Question No.33
What is the nuclear number of hydrogen? 

(A) 0 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 1 - (Optional 2) 
(C) 2 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 3 - (Optional 1)

Question No.34
What is the mass of the Earth?  

(A) 72 5k9 X L0 27 kg - (Alternative 3) 
(B) 72 5k9 X L0 24 kg - (Alternative 1) 
(C)72 6k9 X L0 24 kg - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 72 6k9 X L0 27 kg - (Alternative 4) 
Question No.35 
__________________ Respiratory is a process in which organisms generate energy in the absence of oxygen. 

(A) Underweight - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Autotrophic - (Optional 3) 
(C) Oxy - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Anacia - (Alternative 1)
Question No.36 
What is the last formality without which no Union Bill can be made in our country? 

(A) President's Signature - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Signature of the Speaker of Lok Sabha - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Prime Minister's Signature - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Vice President's Consent - (Alternative 3)
Question No.37 
What is the capital of Uttarakhand? 

(A) Lucknow - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Bhopal - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Agartala - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Dehradun - (Alternative 4)
Question No.38
Kanishka was the great king of which dynasty? 

(A) Barkjei - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Asaf Jahi - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Cushion - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Chalukya - (Alternative 4)

Question No.39
What is the capital of Bhutan? 

(A) Minsk - (Optional 1)
(B) Vienna - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Kabul - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Thimpu - (Alternative 3) 
Question No.40
What is the full form of "EPF"? 

(A) Employees Provident Fund - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Employees Priority Fund - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Employee Personal Fund - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Employees Provident Finance - (Alternative 3)
Question No.41 
Who among the following was elected unopposed as the President of India? 

(A) VV Giri - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Neelam Sanjiva Reddy - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Giani Jail Singh - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Dr. S. Radhakrishnan - (Alternative 1)
Question No.42
"Portfolio System" implemented by whom? 

(A) Lord Mayo - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Lord William Bantant - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Lord Canning - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Lord Wellesley - (Alternative 1)
Question No.43
Ghoomar is folk dance 

(A) Jharkhand - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Uttarakhand - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Meghalaya - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Rajasthan - (Alternative 4)
Question no.44 
What is the full name of RADAR?  

(A) Radio Detection and Ranging - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Radio Divergence and Ranging - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Radio Detection and Radiation - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Radial Distance And Ranging - (Alternative 2)

Question No.45 
Multan Cricket Stadium is located in which of these countries?  

(A) Afghanistan - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Pakistan - (Alternative 4) 
(C) UAE - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Bangladesh - (Alternative 3)
Question No.46 
The working hours of the members of the Rajya Sabha are: 

(A) 6 years - (Optional 4) 
(B) 5 years - (Optional 3) 
(C) 4 years - (Optional 2) 
(D) 2 years - (Optional 1)
Question no.47 
Kidambi Srikanth is related to which sport? 

(A) Badminton - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Tennis - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Hockey - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Cricket - (Alternative 1)
Question no.48 
Members of the Union Public Service Commission  

(A) Appointed by the President - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Elected by Logo - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Elected by Parliament - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Are appointed by the Home Ministry - (Alternative 4)
Question No.49 
Tungabhadra Dam is situated- 

(A) Goa - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Kerala - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Karnataka - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Maharashtra - (Alternative 3)
Question No.50 
Ice crystals are called rain 

(A) Fog - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Ice - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Rain - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Relative Humidity - (Alternative 4)

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Question No.51 
Read the following logic and answer the given question.  

A @ B is the mother of A, B.  
A # B is the father of A, B.  
A $ B is A, B's brother.  
A% B is the sister of A, B.  
Which of the following shows that P is R's grandmother? 
(A) P # Q # R - (Alternative 4) 
(B) P% Q # R - (Alternative 2) 
(C) P # Q @ R - (Optional 3) 
(D) P @ Q @ R - (Optional 1)
Question No.52 
In this question two statements and two conclusions i and ii have been given, assuming that the statements given in the statements are true and to decide which conclusions are logical in relation to the statements?  
Statement
. All eyes are ears. Some ears have lips  
Conclusion i) There is some eye lip.  
ii) There is no eye lip.  
Select from the following options,  
(A) only conclusions i is logical.  
(B) The only conclusion ii is logical.  
(C) either i or ii conclusion is rational.  
(D) neither i nor ii conclusion is rational.  
(E) i and ii both conclusions are rational.  
(A) A - (Alternative 1) 
(B) C - (Alternative 3) 
(C) D - (Alternative 4) 
(D) B - (Alternative 2)
Question No.53 
In this question three statements and related four conclusions have been given, assuming that the statements given in the statements are true and to decide which conclusions are logical in relation to the statements?  
Statement
. Some girls are players. All boys are player. Some players are champions.  
Conclusion: i) Some boys are girls.  
ii) Some boys are players.  
iii) There are some champion girls.  
iv) There are some champion boys.  
(A) Only i) - (Optional 1) 
(B) Only ii) - (Optional 4) 
(C) I only), ii) and iii) - (alternative 2) 
(D) Ii only), iii) and iv) - (optional 3)

Question No.54 
Choose the next number in the following category  
5, 11, 25, 63, 173,? 

(A) 551 - (Alternative 4) 
(B) 596 - (Alternative 2) 
(C) 692 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 499 - (Optional 3) 
Question no.55 
In a certain code language, if MONTH is written TRSMY, how would PLACE be written in the same code language? 

(A) PTEIG - (Optional 4) 
(B) PTEGI - (Optional 1) 
(C) QUFKH - (Optional 3) 
(D) QUFJH - (Optional 2)
Question no.56 
Carefully read the given information and answer the given questions.  

Abi, Banu, Charu, Dev and Isha are sitting on the side of the north side (not necessarily in this order). All five lovers like five different types of sweets. Such as laddoo, barfi, jamun, katli and peda  
i. The one who likes the pulse is sitting in the middle of the line.  
ii. Charu and Banu are sitting on either side of the tree.  
iii. Banu likes laddoo and God does not sit at any end.  
iv. Barfi, who likes Barfi, is sitting in the third place on the left side of the berries.  
v. People who like berries sit on the extreme ends of the line and Abe Jamsun does not like.  Who likes katli? 
(A) Isha - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Dev - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Abe - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Charu - (Alternative 4)
Question no.57 
Select the next number in the following category  
173, 159, 180, 166, 187,? 

(A) 182 - (Alternative 4) 
(B) 194 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 179 - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 173 - (Optional 3)

Question no.58 
Select the appropriate picture to come forth in the given series with the choices.


Question No.59 
Choose the correct image of the given question from the given options. 


Question No.60 
Four of the following five are similar in a certain way, which creates a group. Which of these is not related to this group?  
Sleep, Nap, Slumber, Doze, Alive 

(A) Nap - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Sleep - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Slumber - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Alive - (Alternative 2)
Question No.61  
In a certain code language, if ABUSE is written in ZYFHV, how will INSULT be written in the same code language? 

(A) RMHFKG - (Alternative 2) 
(B) SOHFLI - (Optional 4) 
(C) RMHFOG - (Optional 1) 
(D) SOHFKI - (Optional 3)
Question No.62 
Replacing the question mark with the option that adheres to the logic applied in the first pair. Pathology: Diseases :: Paleontology: ?? 

(A) Algae - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Insects - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Diet - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Fossils - (Alternative 2)
Question No.63 
B is the mother of M and A. Z is the son-in-law of O who is Y's husband. Y is the sister of A. How is B related to O? 

(A) Son - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Wife - (Optional 3) 
(C) Mother - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Husband - (Alternative 1)

Question No.64 
How many classes are there in the given picture?

 

(A) 14 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 18 - (Optional 2) 
(C) 16 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 12 - (Optional 4) 
Question No.65 
Carefully read the given information and answer the given questions.  

Abi, Banu, Charu, Dev and Isha are sitting on the side of the north side (not necessarily in this order). All five lovers like five different types of sweets. Such as laddoo, barfi, jamun, katli and peda  
i. The one who likes the pulse is sitting in the middle of the line.  
ii. Charu and Banu are sitting on either side of the tree.  
iii. Banu likes laddoo and God does not sit at any end.  
iv. Barfi, who likes Barfi, is sitting in the third place on the left side of the berries.  
v. People who like berries sit on the extreme ends of the line and Abe Jamsun does not like.  
Who is sitting at the right third place of Charu? 
(A) Which likes berries. - (Optional 4) 
(B) Who likes barfi - (Optional 1) 
(C) Who likes kathal - (Optional 3) 
(D) Who likes laddoo - (Optional 2)

Question No.66 
In this question, a statement and the two conclusions related to them are given in the form of i and ii, assuming that the statements given in the statements to be true are to make sure that the conclusions regarding the statements are logical?  
Statement
. Weight is proportional to height.  
Conclusion  
i) If the load increases, then the height remains undone.  
ii) If height increases, then the load remains undone.  
Choose the right one from the following options.  
(A) The only conclusion i correct is.  
(B) Only conclusion ii is correct.  
(C) Either the conclusions i or ii are correct.  
(D) Neither conclusion nor ii is correct.  
(E) Both i and ii findings are correct
(A) A - (Alternative 1) 
(B) B - (Alternative 2) 
(C) E - (Alternative 4) 
(D) D - (Alternative 3) 
Question No.67 
How many right-angled triangles can be made from given figures? 

(A) 7 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 4 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 9 - (Optional 2) 
(D) 5 - (Optional 1)
Question No.68 
How straight lines are there in the given picture?  

(A) 15 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 9 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 11 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 7 - (Optional 2)

Question No.69 
Select the correct option which will complete the format of the given image. 


Question No.70 
In the given picture, each face of the dice is painted with red (green), green, gray (blue), brown (orange) and orange (ORANGE). What color is painted against the orange color?

(A) Green (GREEN) - (Optional 1) 
(B) BLUE - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Red (RED) - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Gray - (Alternative 4) 
Question No.71 
Select the next number in the following category  
14, 31, 59, 121, 239,? 

(A) 471 - (Alternative 2) 
(B) 478 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 468 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 481 - (Optional 1)

Question No.72 
If a mirror is placed on the shaded line, which of the following options is the correct image of the given shape? 


Question No.73
Referring to a girl, a woman says, "She is the daughter of the daughter of the mother of my mother's daughter, how is the girl related to the woman? 

(A) Aunt - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Grandma - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Granddaughter - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Daughter - (Alternative 1)
Question No.74 
In this question, four statements are given in relation between letters, three related findings i, ii and iii have been given. When you consider the statements as truth, decide which conclusions are completely true in relation to the statements.  
Statement
. A ≤ M <Y; G <L> A ≥ D; D> I = N  
findings  
i) G> n  
ii) L>  
niiii) L> M 
(A) All. - (Optional 4) 
(B) Only i) and iii) - (Optional 1) 
(C) Only ii) - (Optional 3) 
(D) Only i) and ii) - (Optional 2)
Question No.75 
Replacing the question mark with the option that adheres to the logic applied in the first pair. GL: QV :: DM: ?? 

(A) NW - (Alternative 1) 
(B) XP - (Alternative 4) 
(C) VO - (Optional 2) 
(D) XO - (Optional 3)
Question No.76 
Replacing the question mark with the option that adheres to the logic applied in the first pair.  Beautician: Parlour :: Mechanic: ?? 

(A) Garage - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Cockpit - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Laboratory - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Cabin - (Alternative 1)

Question No.77 
Replace the question mark with the option that follows the applied logic in the first pair. 4232: 11 :: 1291: ?? 

(A) 13 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 15 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 21 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 14 - (Optional 2)
Question No.78 
Four of the following five are similar in a certain way, which creates a group.  Which of these is not related to this group?  
P, T, H, X, R 

(A) P - (Alternative 2) 
(B) X - (Alternative 4) 
(C) T - (Optional 3) 
(D) R - (Optional 1)
Question No.79 
In this question the relationship between the various elements of the statement is shown. The statement has two conclusions.  
Statement
. K = I <N ≤ D <E> R> A  
Conclusion.  
i) K <E  
ii) E> A  
Select from the following options.  
(A) The only i conclusion is correct.  
(B) Only ii conclusions are correct.  
(C) either i either ii conclusion is correct.  
(D) neither i nor ii conclusion is correct.  
(E) i and ii both conclusions are correct.  
(A) B - (Alternative 2) 
(B) C - (Alternative 3) 
(C) E - (Alternative 4) 
(D) A - (Alternative 1)
Question No. 80 
Select the next number in the following category  
12, 15, 24, 51, 132,? 

(A) 345 - (Alternative 2) 
(B) 294 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 375 - (Alternative 4) 
(D) 268 - (Optional 3)

Question No.81 
Select the correct option from the given options that can make a full square. (3 of the 5 images below) 

(A) 1,4,5 - (Alternative 2) 
(B) 2,3,4 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 1,2,3 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 3,4,5 - (Optional 3) 
Question No.82 
Read the information given carefully and answering the questions given are  

Abi, Banu, Charu, Dev and Isha sitting on the side of five friends (not necessarily in the same order). All five lovers like five different types of sweets. Like Laddo, Barfi, Jamun, Katli and Peda.  1. The one who likes the pulse is sitting in the middle of the line.  
2. Charu and Banu Padda sit on one side of the person who likes.  
3. Banu likes laddoo and God does not sit at any end.  
4. Barfi, who likes Barfi, is sitting in the third place on the left side of the berries.  
5. People who like Zaman sit at the extreme end of the line and Abhi Jamun does not like.  
According to the given statement, which of these statements is true? 
(A) Abi and Laddoo sits on the last end of the choice - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Dev is sitting between Abi and Charu - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Charu likes Barfee - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Isha likes Kathal - (Alternative 4)

Question no.83 
In this question, a passage and a statement related to it have been given. Read carefully the verse and review the statement based on it.  

Delhi, which is one of India's capital and one of the largest cities in the world, is undergoing severe crisis, due to its high level of urbanization, increasing population and high levels of pollution. Studies have proven that Are the biggest factors of pollution used for industrial and domestic use? And due to their use, people here emit large quantities of nitrogen oxides (NOx), ozone (O3), black carbon (BC) and microorganisms (PM). 
According to the 2015 Global Burden of Disease report, there were 1.09 million deaths due to PM 2.5 in India. Air pollution was included as one of the 10 biggest threats to health. According to the World Health Organization, 37 cities of India are among 100 worst polluted cities in the world, where PM10 was found to be the highest ever. For the production of onoos, together with sunlight and heat, nitrogen oxides (NOx) and organic compounds (VOCs) are needed simultaneously. Therefore, in the summer months, ozone is produced in large quantities in the cities.  Statement: Ozone does not arise more than a boundary on the ground in the summer months in cities.  
Select the most suitable from the following options 
A-statement is absolutely true  
B-statement is probably true 
C-statement can not be reviewed  
D-statement is completely false 
(A) C - (Alternative 3) 
(B) A - (Alternative 1) 
(C) B - (Alternative 2) 
(D) D - (Alternative 4) 
Question no.84 
In this question, a passage and a statement related to it have been given. Read carefully the verse and review the statement based on it.  

Delhi, which is one of India's capital and one of the largest cities in the world, is undergoing severe crisis, due to its high level of urbanization, increasing population and high levels of pollution. Studies have proven that Are the biggest factors of pollution used for industrial and domestic use? And due to their use, people here emit large quantities of nitrogen oxides (NOx), ozone (O3), black carbon (BC) and microorganisms (PM). 
According to the 2015 Global Burden of Disease report, there were 1.09 million deaths due to PM 2.5 in India. Air pollution was included as one of the 10 biggest threats to health. According to the World Health Organization, 37 cities of India are among 100 worst polluted cities in the world, where PM10 was found to be the highest ever. For the production of onoos, together with sunlight and heat, nitrogen oxides (NOx) and organic compounds (VOCs) are needed simultaneously. Therefore, in the summer months, ozone is produced in large quantities in the cities.  Statement: Air pollution is one of the top 10 factors affecting health in India.  
Select the most suitable from the following options  
A-statement is absolutely true  
B-statement is probably true 
C-statement can not be reviewed  
D-statement is completely false 
(A) A - (Alternative 1) 
(B) B - (Alternative 2) 
(C) D - (Alternative 4) 
(D) C - (Alternative 3)
Question no.85 
Five to four in the following are similar in a certain way, which create a group. Which of these is not related to this group?  

ZWT, NKH, ROL, PMJ, YWU 
(A) ROL - (Optional 1) 
(B) YWU - (Optional 3) 
(C) PMJ - (Optional 4) 
(D) ZWT - (Optional 2)

Question no.86 
In one box, three different types of old coins are in the ratio of 7: 6: 8; the value of old coins is Rs. 1, 5 rupees and 10 rupees respectively. If the total value of coins in the box is 936, then tell the number of old coins of 5 rupees. 

(A) 48 - (Optional 3)
(B) 52 - (Alternative 2) 
(C) 46 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 50 - (Optional 4) 
Question No.87 
Anil distributed 500 gifts among 4 children. The first part of the child is twice the portion of the other child, three times the size of the third child and four times the fourth child's share. Tell the number of total gifts received by the first and the second child. 

(A) 380 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 300 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 360 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 280 - (Alternative 2)
Question no.88 


Make simple  

(A) 360 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 380 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 340 - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 320 - (Alternative 1)
Question No.89 
Marilyn is able to decide at a speed of 9/10 (10/10) at a speed of more than 15 minutes from the time it takes in a normal distance. Calculate the normal time it takes in determining a certain distance? 

(A) 115 mins - (Optional 1) 
(B) 145 mins - (Optional 4) 
(C) 135 mins - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 85 mins - (Optional 3)

Question No.90

 
Make simple 

(A) 21.5 - (Optional 2) 
(B) 21.7 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 21.9 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 21.3 - (Optional 1) 
Question No.91 
The amount of Rs 5400 is given at the rate of 8% on ordinary interest. If after 5 years the amount was withdrawn and half of the total amount was invested in the stock exchange. Show the amount remaining (in rupees) 

(A) 3480 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 3680 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 3580 - (Optional 2) 
(D) 3780 - (Optional 4)
Question No.92 
A shopkeeper sells a product in Rs.1386 and earns 12.5% profit. Tell the amount that is equal to half of the purchase price of the product. 

(A) Rs.516 - (Optional 2) 
(B) Rs.716 - (Optional 4) 
(C) Rs.616 - (Optional 3) 
(D) Rs.816 - (Optional 1)
Question No.93 
Full Cetrfl pieces of glass class 729 Cm 2 is. Which is placed above a table. The width between the table and the glass piece is 9 cm. Tell the length of the table. 

(A) 43 cm - (Alternative 2) 
(B) 45 cm - (Optional 3) 
(C) 47 cm - (Alternative 4) 
(D) 41 cm - (Optional 1)

Question No.94 
The difference between compound interest and simple interest amount received in two years on the amount of money is Rs 44, if the interest rate is 4% per year, then calculate the amount invested. 

(A) 27500 - (Optional 1)
(B) 25500 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 28500 - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 26500 - (Optional 3) 
Question No.95 
A person travels from the hostel to the college with a speed of 36kmph from cycling and reaches a 7-minute delay. If he runs a bike with a speed of 45kmph then it reaches 5 minutes. Describe the distance between the hostel and the college. 

(A) 42 km - (Alternative 2) 
(B) 32 km - (Optional 1) 
(C) 39 km - (Optional 3) 
(D) 36 km - (Alternative 4)
Question No.96 
The station master decides that the length and breadth of the digital board should be increased by 6% and 6% respectively. Find out the total change in the area. 

(A) 0.36% reduction - (Optional 3) 
(B) Lack of 0 .24% - (Optional 1) 
(C) 0 - 24% increase - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 0.36% increase - (Optional 4)
Question No.97 
A bulb producing company found 11% of the total product defective. If the total number of non defective products is 5607, then tell the number of total defective products. 

(A) 693 - (Alternative 4) 
(B) 643 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 983 - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 463 - (Optional 3)
Question No.98 
The average weight of 101 notebooks placed in a box is 10.1kg. When a new notebook is placed in the box then the average is 10.2kg. Tell the weight of the new notebook. 

(A) 20.3 kg - (Optional 1) 
(B) 20.5 kg - (Optional 2) 
(C) 19.7 kg - (Optional 4) 
(D) 20.1 kg - (Optional 3)

Question No.99 
Instructions.  
Study the graph below and answer the question based on it?  
The sales of books (in thousand) of books issued in two consecutive years of 2010 and 2011 of five branches of a publishing company (C1, C2, C3, C4 and C5) have been given. 
Find out the average of all companies in the year 2010 (in thousand)? 


(A) 75 - (Alternative 4) 
(B) 72 - (Alternative 1) 
(C) 73 - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 74 - (Optional 3) 
Question No.100 
The ANM English based company has 511 men and 511 female employees. The average productivity of all employees is 61 calls per day. 61 call attendants are provided daily by a male employee. What will be the average of calls made by a female employee every day? 

(A) 63 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 59 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 61 - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 65 - (Alternative 4)
Question No.101 
One person travels at a speed of 24kmph, 36kmph and 72km on the surface of an equilateral triangle and assess its average speed. 

(A) 45kmph - (Optional 4) 
(B) 24kmph - (Alternative 2) 
(C) 30 kmph - (Optional 3) 
(D) 36 kmph - (Optional 1)

Question No.102 
Sandy donated 13% of her salary to an organization working for the blind people, 12% of her salary to the orphanage, 14% of her salary, the institution working for the physically challenged people, and 16% of her salary The institution helping the medical aid The remaining amount of salary is deposited in the bank for Rs 24345 monthly expenditure. Find out the amount donated in the orphanage. 

(A) 6452 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 6942 - (Alternative 4) 
(C) 6782 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 6492 - (Alternative 2) 
Question No.103 
The proportion of the salary of Hakim, Kristo and Ganesh is 3: 5: 7, respectively, if Ganesh is getting Rs.524 more than the hakim. What is Christo's salary? 

(A) 545 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 610 - (Alternative 2) 
(C) 685 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 655 - (Optional 1)
Question No.104 
What will be the height of the cubes of 11√3, which is melted by making the cuboid? If the length of the cuboid is equal to the arm of the cube, and the cuboid is 5.5 cm.  

(A) 22 cm - (Optional 1) 
(B) 20 cm - (Optional 4) 
(C) 18 cm - (Optional 3) 
(D) 24 cm - (Alternative 2)
Question No.105 
Jeno scored 65 points out of 80 in French, 89 out of 100 in English, 58 out of 70 in Spanish, and 40 out of 50 in Japanese. What was the total percentage achieved by him? 

(A) 0.82 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 0.86 - (Optional 2) 
(C) 0.8 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 0.84 - (Optional 1)
Question No.106 
142! In the trailing Zeros, let us know. 

(A) 36 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 30 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 34 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 32 - (Alternative 2)

Question No.107 
Instructions.  
Study the graph below and answer the question based on it?  
The sales of books (in thousand) of books issued in two consecutive years of 2010 and 2011 of five branches of a publishing company (C1, C2, C3, C4 and C5) have been given.  
Find out the total sales (in thousand) of company branches C1, C3 and C5 together in two years?

(A) 425 - (Alternative 2) 
(B) 427 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 426 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 423 - (Optional 1) 
Question No.108 


Make simple  

(A) 1287 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 1278 - (Alternative 2) 
(C) 1728 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 1782 - (Alternative 3)

Question No.109 
When a number is divided by 72, the remainder remains 8. When the same number is divided by 9, what will be the remainder? 

(A) 4 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 7 - (Optional 2)
(C) 8 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 2 - (Optional 1)
Question no.110 
How many ways can the 448 mobile phones be distributed in the same class? 

(A) 14 - (Optional 2) 
(B) 12 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 16 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 18 - (Optional 4)
Question No.111 
If the radius of a circle becomes nine times, how much of its perimeter will be the perimeter of the perimeter? 

(A) 11 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 9 - (Optional 2) 
(C) 8 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 10 - (Optional 3)
Question no.112 
Selling an item for 2500 rupees gets 11% more profit from the loss obtained if the same item is sold at the same rate for 1234 rupees. Know the purchase price of that item? 

(A) Rs.1843 - (Optional 3) 
(B) Rs.1834 - (Optional 1) 
(C) Rs.1348 - (Optional 4) 
(D) Rs.1384 - (Optional 2)
Question No.113 
266 m A train takes 67 seconds to cross the long bridge. If the same train takes 29 seconds to cross a board, then tell the length of the train. 

(A) 200m - (Optional 1) 
(B) 205 m - (Alternative 4) 
(C) 203m - (Optional 3) 
(D) 215 m - (Alternative 2)
Question No.114 
If a shopkeeper hikes the purchasing value of a Vastu by 36% and holds a value of 36% on his sale, then he should know the total percentage gain or loss he has received? 

(A) 12.96% Loss - (Optional 4) 
(B) 11.56% Loss - (Optional 3) 
(C) 11.56% profit - (Optional 1) 
(D) 12.96% profit - (Optional 2)

Question No.115 
Instructions.  
Study the graph below and answer the question based on it?  
Two consecutive years of five branches (C1, C2, C3, C4 and C5) of a publishing company have been given in the sale of books (in thousandths) in 2010 and 2011.  
Find the ratio of total sales in the two years of branch C2 and the ratio of total sales in both years of branch C4? 


(A) 142: 171 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 182: 163 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 171: 142 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 163: 182 - (Optional 2) 
Question no.116 


Make simple 

(A) 3150 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 5310 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 5130 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 3510 - (Optional 2)

Question No.117 
At the rate of any compound interest rate, it doubles itself in 3 years, in how many years it will be 128 times its own? 

(A) 25 Years - (Optional 4) 
(B) 23 years - (Optional 3) 
(C) 21 Years - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 19 Years - (Optional 1)
Question no.118 
Tell the product of two numbers, whose smallest equator (LCM) 65 and the maximum consonant (HCF) are 8. 

(A) 480 - (Alternative 4) 
(B) 420 - (Alternative 2) 
(C) 360 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 520 - (Optional 1)
Question No.119 
The ratio of Vicky and Rakesh's movements in distance of 1000 km is 29: 23. Show the ratio of their walks. 

(A) 23:29 - (Optional 2) 
(B) 24:29 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 29:31 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 27:29 - (Optional 3)
Question No.120 
There are 10 rings in a gift box. The average weight of the first four rings is 37gms and the remaining weight of the 6 thumbs is 38gms. Tell the average weight of the full rings. (In grams)

(A) 37.8 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 37.2 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 37.6 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 37.4 - (Optional 2)

 

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Question No.1
The main objective of the industry base Memorandum Scheme is _______________. 

(A) Encouraging entrepreneurship and promoting start-up - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Facilitating a relationship between future job seekers and employers - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Promote ease of doing business - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Setting up a network of technology and emerging centers - (Alternative 2)
Question No.2 
Trans-Siberian Railway connects St Petersburg to _______________. 

(A) Kaliningrad - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Volgograd - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Sochi - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Vladivostok - (Alternative 4)
Question No.3 
Mahmud Begda was a famous sultan of which famous empire? 

(A) Jaunpur - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Malwa - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Gujarat - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Bengal - (Alternative 1)
Question No.4 
Which statement is not correct with respect to the goods and services tax (GST)? 

(A) Integrated GST will be levied on inter-state goods and services transactions. - (Optional 2)

(B) The concept of declared goods of special importance was abated - (Alternative 3)

(C) States will get compensation for five years for loss of revenue - (Alternative 4)

(D) GST will be collected by VAT method - (Optional 1)

Question No.5
What is the unit of kinetic visibility? 

(A) Candela - (Optional 1) 
(B) Poise - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Watts - (Optional 4)
(D) Pascal - (Alternative 3)
Question No.6 
Which of the following continents is also known by the name 'The Dark Continent'? 

(A) Australia - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Africa - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Europe - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Asia - (Alternative 1)
Question No.7
What is the mineral deposited in the soil of the lower hills and valleys in the sand?  

(A) Load Deposit - (Optional 2) 
(B) Placeer Deposit - (Optional 1) 
(C) Wayne Deposit - (Optional 4) 
(D) Layered Deposit - (Optional 3)
Question No.8
Greenland falls under which of the following continents? 

(A) North America - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Asia - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Europe - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Antarctica - (Alternative 4)
Question No.9
How many days are organized for the modern Olympic Games? 

(A) 16 Days - (Optional 1) 
(B) 30 days - (Optional 3) 
(C) 45 days - (Optional 4) 
(D) 21 days - (Optional 2)
Question No.10 
The ravines are generally found in which river basin of India? 

(A) Periyar - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Chambal - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Kaveri - (Alternative 1) 
(D) VaiGi - (Alternative 2)
Question No.11 
Which of the following is the rainiest place in the world? 

(A) Karup River - (Alternative 1)
(B) Trunky - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Animeidi - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Monsoon - (Alternative 2)
Question No.12 
Who has been presided over the first three-member commission for determining the relationship between the Center and the State?  

(A) Veerappa Moily - (Alternative 4) 
(B) MM Punchhi - (Alternative 2) 
(C) P.V. Rajamannar - (Alternative 3) 
(D) R S. Sarkaria - (Alternative 1)
Question No.13
The term "relay" is related to ________ 

(A) Throwing - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Running - (Optional 3) 
(C) Fencing - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Weightlifting - (Alternative 1)
Question No.14 
How many languages are currently approved in the Indian Constitution? 

(A) 21 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 24 - (Optional 2) 
(C) 26 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 22 - (Optional 1)
Question No.15
Which of the following states celebrates Hornbill festival every year? 

(A) Manipur - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Nagaland - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Assam - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Sikkim - (Alternative 1)

Question No.16 
In which article is the provision of setting up the Finance Commission in the form of a semi judicial body?  

(A) Article 3 - (Optional 3) 
(B) Article 280 - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Article 101 - (Optional 4) 
(D) Article 279 - (Optional 1)
Question no.17 
Who is the Chairman of the Policy (NITI) Commission? 

(A) Prime Minister - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Finance Secretary - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Cabinet Secretary - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Finance Minister - (Alternative 1)
Question No.18 
Who wrote the famous book work formula? 

(A) Kalidas - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Vasumitra - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Mahakashyap - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Vatsyaayan - (Alternative 3)
Question No.19 
Who searched the X-ray? 

(A) Johann Wilhelm Ritter - (Optional 1) 
(B) Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Antoine Henry Bekural - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Isaac Newton - (Alternative 3)
Question No.20 
Converting a large punishment to light sentence is called-  

(A) Shortening - (Optional 4) 
(B) Forgive - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Expiration - (Optional 3) 
(D) Punishment - (Alternative 2)
Question no.21 
What is the specialty of making carbon covalent bond with carbon atoms through carbon?

(A) Electrification - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Ionization - (Optional 1) 
(C) Electrolysis - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Chaining - (Alternative 2)
Question no.22 
When was the first inter-state council formed? 

(A) 1993 - (Alternative 4) 
(B) 1990 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 1991 - (Alternative 2)
(D) 1997 - (Optional 3)
Question no.23 
In which of the following states are the Lepakshi Temple situated? 

(A) Kerala - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Karnataka - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Andhra Pradesh - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Tamil Nadu - (Alternative 4)
Question no.24 
Which of the following options is not a personal game? 

(A) Lambuid - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Sprint - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Marathon - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Kho-Kho - (Alternative 3)
Question No.25 
Who gave the slogan "Jai Jawan Jay Kisan"? 

(A) Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Indira Gandhi - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Lalhar Lal Nehru - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Lal Bahadur Shastri - (Alternative 3)
Question no.26 
In which financial year India signed the Extended Fund Facility Agreement with the IMF?

(A) 2011-12 - (Alternative 4) 
(B) 1981-82 - (Alternative 2) 
(C) 1991-92 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 2001-02 - (Alternative 3)
Question no.27 
An event in which hot sea waves flowing from the Peruvian coastal region is called -. 

(A) Indian Ocean Dipole - (Alternative 3) 
(B) El Nino - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Madden-Julian Oscillation - (Alternative 4) 
(D) La Nina - (Alternative 2)
Question no.28 
Khashaba Jadhav, a famous player, belongs to which game? 

(A) Shooting - (Alternative 3)
(B) Wrestling - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Hockey - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Weightlifting - (Optional 4)
Question no.29 
The virtual force generated due to the rotation of the Earth is called- 

(A) Kinetic Force - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Coriolis force - (Optional 1) 
(C) Pressure Prevalence - (Optional 4) 
(D) Gravitational Force - (Alternative 2)
Question No.30 
What is the name of antibiotic containing chlorine which is produced by soil containing microorganisms and is effective for the treatment of typhoid fever? 

(A) Chloroquin - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Chloramphennik - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Chlorogen - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Chloroethanol - (Alternative 4)

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Question No.31 
What is the international governing body associated with table tennis? 

(A) AILA - (Alternative 3) 
(B) ITTF - (Alternative 2) 
(C) FITT - (Optional 4) 
(D) APTT - (Optional 1)
Question No.32 
The lighthouse of the Mediterranean Sea is- 

(A) Rainier - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Stromboli - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Etna - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Sicily - (Alternative 3)
Question No.33 
Who has the power to make any provision in relation to the acquisition and termination of citizenship? 

(A) President - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Prime Minister - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Cabinet - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Parliament - (Alternative 4)
Question No.34 
The administrative reforms commission was initially chaired by _____________. 

(A) Morar G Desai - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Veerappa Moily - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Hanumantihya - (Alternative 3) 
(D) P.V. RajMannar - (Alternative 1)
Question No.35 
What is the phenomenon of organisms in which female genome develops to form new creatures without fertilization? 

(A) Genome - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Parthenogenesis - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Monogamy - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Singemi - (Alternative 1)
Question No.36 
What is the speed of objects relative to the straight line? 

(A) Uniform Speed - (Optional 2) 
(B) Transverse Speed - (Optional 3) 
(C) Displacement speed - (Optional 4) 
(D) Straight Linear Speed - (Optional 1)
Question No.37 
Who is the Chairman of the National Development Council? 

(A) Prime Minister - (Alternative 1) 
(B) President - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Finance Minister - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Union Home Minister - (Alternative 3)
Question No.38
The towns of Harappan civilization were placed in _______________ pattern. 

(A) Circular Grid - (Optional 4) 
(B) Rectangular grid - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Square Grid - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Radial Grid - (Alternative 3)
Question No.39 
According to the Policy (NITI) Commission, how long has the Indian government made a plan to double the income of the farmers? 

(A) 2022 - (Alternative 2)
(B) 2025 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 2024 - (Alternative 4) 
(D) 2020 - (Alternative 3)
Question No.40 
Which instrument is measured by the transfer of heat? 

(A) Hydrometer - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Manomer - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Calorimeter - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Galvanometer - (Alternative 3)
Question No.41 
Under which article can Parliament set a condition for employment within the state or union territory? 

(A) Article 26 - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Article 15 - (Optional 1) 
(C) Article 19 - (Optional 3) 
(D) Article 16 - (Alternative 2)
Question No.42 
The word 'Mahayana' is related to what religion 

(A) Jain - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Buddhist - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Shaiv - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Sikh - (Alternative 3)
Question No.43 
By what name is the maintenance of bee hive? 

(A) Epiculture - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Aviculture - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Horticulture - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Agriculture - (Alternative 2)
Question no.44 
The ancient Harappan town of Lothal is situated in which state? 

(A) Uttar Pradesh - (Alternative 3) 
(B) Punjab - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Gujarat - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Rajasthan - (Alternative 1)
Question No.45 
Hindola castle and ship mansion are related to which regional architecture style? 

(A) Mandu Area - (Alternative 1) 
(B) Gujarat Zone - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Area of Kashmir - (Alternative 4) 
(D) Bengal Area - (Alternative 3)
Question No.46 
What is the common name of Peripleneta americana? 

(A) American Frog - (Alternative 1) 
(B) American Cockroaches - (Alternative 4) 
(C) American FlatWarm - (Alternative 3) 
(D) American earthquake - (Alternative 2)
Question no.47 
President's Ordinance _________ can be issued 

(A) As per Parliamentary Act on provisions with similar boundaries - (Optional 2) (B) On the specially mentioned provisions of the President - (Optional 3) 
(C) On any provision of the Constitution - (Alternative 1) 
(D) None of these - (Alternative 4)
Question no.48 
Who established the Chishti sect in India? 

(A) Moinuddin Chishti - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Khwaja Nizamuddin Auliya - (Alternative 4) 
(C) Khwaja Saleem Chishti - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Khwaja Qutbuddin Bakhtiar Kaki - (Alternative 3)
Question No.49 
Which of these is not a major tea growing area of India? 

(A) Assam Hills - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Darjeeling Hills - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Kashmir Valley - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Nilgiris Hills - (Alternative 2)
Question No.50 
In sports, how many competitions are there in Decathlon? 

(A) 3 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 8 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 10 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 5 - (Optional 2)
Question No.51 
In this question, a passage and a statement related to it have been given. Read carefully the verse and review the statement based on it.  

According to the National Monetary Authority (NMA), the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) and the Maharashtra Metro Rail Corporation (Maharashtra-Metro), decided to change the alignment of the Metro project on Ahmednagar Road to protect the Aga Khan Palace. So now the cost of the project will increase to Rs 50 crore for civil works, and the length of the corridor will increase to 900 meters.  
Metro officials Atul Gadgil and Prakash Waghmare informed the media on Friday about the decision. "There will be some changes in the Metro corridor near Aga Khan Palace and the length of the route will now increase to 900 meters," the Metro official confirmed this. PMC is yet to give final approval for the planned route. 
Statement. The construction of the Metro project will be around 50 crore rupees.  
Select one of the following options.  
A. The statement is definitely true.  
B. The statement is probably true.  
C. Statement can not be determined  
D. Statement is definitely wrong. 

Option:

(A) D - (Alternative 4) 
(B) A - (Alternative 1) 
(C) B - (Alternative 2) 
(D) C - (Alternative 3)
Question No.52 
Change the question mark with the option that follows the logic applied to the first pair.  Plant: Seed :: Flower: ?? 

(A) Beautiful - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Bud - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Green - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Taste - (Alternative 2)
Question No.53 
Select the correct option that will meet the image pattern of the given image.


Question No.54 
Select the next number in the series.  
15, 20, 40, 45, 90,? 

(A) 93 - (Alternative 2) 
(B) 92 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 94 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 95 - (Alternative 4)
Question no.55 
Three statements in this question and three related conclusions have been given to them, assuming that the statements given in the statements to be true are to be considered together on both the findings and to make sure that the information given in the statements is beyond any reasonable doubt Which conclusion is rational?  
Statement: There are some wheat, tea. There are some tea, rice, all rice and curry.  
Conclusion:

i) There are some curry tea.  
ii) There are some curries.  
iii) All rice is tea. 
(A) Only i) is logical - (Alternative 2) 
(B) Only ii) and iii) is logical - (optional 3) 
(C) Only i) and iii) Logical - (Optional 4) 
(D) Either ii) or iii) is logical - (Alternative 1
Question no.56 
Carefully read the given information and answer the given questions.  

The 8 people sitting on the outside of the M, N, O, P, Q, R, S and T sculptors are sitting outside (not necessarily in the same order) in such a way that there is a uniform distance between each of them. There are 5 men and 3 women. No two women are sitting together.  
i) M, which is a man, is sitting opposite S.  
ii) T and N are neighbors.  
iii) N is sitting on the third place from the right of O, which is a woman.  
iv) M is neither Neighbor of Ne, nor is Ne N is neighbor.  
v) A person is sitting between S and N.  
vi) P is not a neighbor of M but sitting in front of R.  
Which of the following options is a pair of men? 
(A) RO - (Optional 1) 
(B) TS - (Alternative 2) 
(C) NP - (Optional 3) 
(D) QM - (Optional 4)
Question no.57 
Select the next number in the series.  

52, 53, 57, 66, 82,? 
(A) 109 - (Alternative 2) 
(B) 114 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 107 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 112 - (Optional 3)
Question no.58 
According to the given picture, 6 letters A, B, C, D, E and F are marked on each surface of the dice. Which letter is marked on the surface opposite the surface on which the letter E is printed. 


(A) C - (Alternative 1) 
(B) A - (Alternative 2) 
(C) F - (Optional 3) 
(D) B - (Alternative 4)
Question No.59 
Select the appropriate picture to come forward in the given series. 


Question No.60 
Read the following logic and answer the given question.  

A @ B is A, B's husband.  
A # B is the wife of A, B.  
A $ B is the son of A, B.  
A% B is the daughter of A, B.  
In the equation X% Y @Z% W, how is the relation to the father of X related to W? 
(A) Son-in-law (alternative 1) 
(B) Cage - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Father - (Optional 2) 
(D) Nephew - (Alternative 4)

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Question No.61 
Change the question mark with the option that follows the logic applied to the first pair.  Television: Electricity :: Car: ?? 

(A) Tyre - (Optional 1) 
(B) Fuel - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Brake - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Water - (Alternative 4)
Question No.62 
Carefully read the given information and answer the given questions.  

8 people sitting on the outside of the table, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S and T are sitting facing the table (not necessarily in the same order) in such a manner that there is a uniform distance between each of them. There are 5 men and 3 women. No two women have been sitting together.  
i) M, which is a man, is sitting opposite S.  
ii) T and N are neighbors.  
iii) N is sitting on the third place from the right of O, which is a woman. 
iv) M is neither Neighbor of Ne, nor is Ne N is neighbor.  
v) A person is sitting between S and N.  
vi) P is not a neighbor of M but sitting in front of R.  
How many people are sitting between S and N while counting from the left of N? 
(A) 3 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 4 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 5 - (Optional 2) 
(D) 1 - (Optional 1)
Question No.63 
Carefully read the given information and answer the given questions.  

8 people sitting on the outside of the table, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S and T are sitting facing the table (not necessarily in the same order) in such a manner that there is a uniform distance between each of them. There are 5 men and 3 women. No two women have been sitting close together.  
i) M, which is a man, is sitting opposite S.  
ii) T and N are neighbors.  
iii) N is sitting on the third place from the right of O, which is a woman.  
iv) M is neither Neighbor of Ne, nor is Ne N is neighbor.  
v) A person is sitting between S and N.  
vi) P is not a neighbor of M but sitting in front of R.  
Which of the following statements regarding the system is wrong? 
(A) R is sitting at the third position with the right of S. - (Optional 2) 
(B) S and P are neighbors. - (Optional 4) 
(C) Q and N are sitting in front of each other. - (Optional 1) 
(D) S and N are women. - (Optional 3)
Question No.64 
A statement in this question and the two conclusions related to them are given in the form of i and ii, assuming that the statements given in the statements to be true are to be considered together on both the findings and to make sure that the information given in the statement Which of the conclusions beyond reasonable doubt is logical?  
Statement: Every Monday is a working day. Today is a working day.  
Conclusion:  
i. Today is Monday.  
ii. Only Monday is a working day.  
Choose the right one from the following options.  
(A) The only conclusion i rational is. 
(B) The only conclusion ii is logical.  
(C) either i or ii conclusion is rational.  
(D) neither i nor ii conclusion is rational.  
(E) i and ii both conclusions are rational.  
(A) B - (Alternative 2) 
(B) E - (Alternative 4) 
(C) A - (Alternative 1) 
(D) D - (Alternative 3)
Question No.65 
In this question, a passage and a statement related to it have been given. Read carefully the verse and review the statement based on it.  

According to the National Monetary Authority (NMA), the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) and the Maharashtra Metro Rail Corporation (Maharashtra-Metro), decided to change the alignment of the Metro project on Ahmednagar Road to protect the Aga Khan Palace. So now the cost of the project will increase to Rs 50 crore for civil works, and the length of the corridor will increase to 900 meters.  
Metro officials Atul Gadgil and Prakash Waghmare informed the media on Friday about the decision. "There will be some changes in the Metro corridor near Aga Khan Palace and the length of the route will now increase to 900 meters," the Metro official confirmed this. PMC is yet to give final approval for the planned route. 
Statement: Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) has approved the alignment changes suggested by Maharashtra-Metro.  
Select one of the following options.  
A. The statement is definitely true.  
B. The statement is probably true.  
C. Statement can not be determined  
D. Statement is definitely wrong. 
(A) D - (Alternative 4) 
(B) B - (Alternative 2) 
(C) A - (Alternative 1) 
(D) C - (Alternative 3)
Question No.66 
How many classes are there in the given picture? 


(A) 8 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 15 - (Optional 2) 
(C) 13 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 10 - (Optional 1)
Question No.67 
In a certain code language, if BROKE is written UEKHN, how will MIXER be written in the same code language? 

(A) LPAUH - (Optional 4) 
(B) LPTUH - (Optional 3) 
(C) MQSVI - (Optional 1) 
(D) MQUVI - (Alternative 2)
Question No.68
In this question, there are three statements showing the relation followed by three conclusions i, ii and iii. Assuming the statements as true, decide which conclusions / statements are true in relation to the statements.  
Statement. C ≤ U <E; C = O> M ≥ T; M = A> L  

findings.  
i) E> M  
ii) C ≥ T  
iii) L> T 
(A) Only iii - (Alternative 4) 
(B) All - (Optional 1) 
(C) Only i - (Optional 3) 
(D) I and ii only - (Alternative 2)
Question No.69 
Select the correct option from the given options that can make a full square. (3 of the 5 images are given below)


(A) 1,3,5 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 1,2,3 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 1,4,5 - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 2,3,4 - (Optional 3)
Question No.70
Four of the following five are identical in a certain way, so make a group.  
Which of these is not related to this group?  
Q, M, I, S, T 

(A) T - (Alternative 4) 
(B) S - (Alternative 1) 
(C) Q - (Optional 3) 
(D) M - (Alternative 2)
Question No.71
Change the question mark with the option that follows the logic applied to the first pair.  Q: H: S: ?? 

(A) J - (Alternative 1) 
(B) A - (Alternative 4) 
(C) F - (Alternative 2) 
(D) M - (Alternative 3)
Question No.72
In a certain code language, if ANNOY is written as ZMMLB, then how will the SOUND be written in the same code language? 

(A) HFLMW - (Alternative 2) 
(B) HLFMW - (Optional 1) 
(C) HLFWN - (Optional 4) 
(D) HLFWM - (Optional 3)
Question No.73
Kirti's grandmother, the mother of Vivek's mother, is the mother of Manish. Venu is the father of Kirti. How is mother of kirti related to discrimination? 

(A) Grandmother - (Alternative 4)
(B) Aunt - (Alternative 2) 
(C) Mother - (Alternative 3) 
(D) Cage - (Alternative 1)
Question No.74
How many right angled triangles can be made from the given shape?


(A) 5 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 4 - (Optional 2) 
(C) 3 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 6 - (Optional 1)
Question No.75 
If a mirror is placed on the shaded line, which of the following options is the correct image of the given figure?


Question No.76
In this question the connection between different elements has been shown in the statement. After the statement two conclusions have been given.  
Statement: M ≤ N <O ≥ P <Q  
Conclusion:  

i) M ≥ P  
ii) O> M Choose the right from the following options.  
(A) The only conclusion i rational is.  
(B) The only conclusion ii is logical.  
(C) either i or ii conclusion is rational.  
(D) neither i nor ii conclusion is rational.  
(E) i and ii both conclusions are rational.  
(A) C - (Alternative 3) 
(B) D - (Alternative 4) 
(C) A - (Alternative 1) 
(D) B - (Alternative 2)
Question No.77 
The two statements in this question and the two conclusions related to them are given in the form of i and ii, assuming that the statements given in the statements to be true are to be considered together at both the conclusions and to make sure that the information given in the statement Which of the conclusions beyond reasonable doubt is logical?  
Statement: All teak  , banyan. All are banyan wood.  
Conclusion: i) All wood, teak are.  
ii) There are some banyan, teak.  
Select from the following options,  
(A) only conclusions i is logical.  
(B) The only conclusion ii is logical.  
(C) Either i or ii conclusion is logical.  
(D) neither i nor ii conclusion is rational.  
(E) i and ii both conclusions are rational.  
(A) C - (Alternative 3)
(B) E - (Alternative 4) 
(C) B - (Alternative 2) 
(D) A - (Alternative 1)
Question No.78 
Five to four in the following are similar in a certain way, so a group is formed.  
Which of these is not related to this group?  
RNJ, LHD, KGC, MIE, PKF 

(A) PKF - (Alternative 3) 
(B) RNJ - (Optional 4) 
(C) KGC - (Optional 1) 
(D) LHD - (Alternative 2)
Question No.79
Choose the right water image of the given question from the given options.


Question No. 80 
Select the next number in the series.  
61, 63, 66, 71, 78,? 

(A) 98 - (Alternative 2) 
(B) 89 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 90 - (Alternative 4) 
(D) 80 - (Optional 1)
Question No.81 
Change the question mark with the option that follows the logic applied to the first pair.  2018: 22 :: 2022: ?? 

(A) 14 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 12 - (Optional 2) 
(C) 16 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 10 - (Optional 1)
Question No.82 
Four of the following five are similar in a certain way, so create a group.  
Which of these is not related to this group?  
Liquid, Concrete, Solution, Fluid, Juice 

(A) Juice - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Solution - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Concrete - (Alternative 1) 
(D) Fluid - (Alternative 2)
Question no.83
How straight lines are there in the given picture?


(A) 14 - (Optional 2) 
(B) 10 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 12 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 16 - (Optional 3)
Question no.84 
Select the next number in the series.  
16, 33, 68, 139, 282,? 

(A) 569 - (Optional 2) 
(B) 560 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 585 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 570 - (Alternative 4)
Question no.85 
Referring to a girl, a woman says, "She is the daughter of my son-in-law's wife's brother." So how is that woman related to that girl? 

(A) Mother - (Alternative 4) 
(B) Great Grandmother - (Alternative 3) 
(C) Aunt - (Alternative 2) 
(D) Grandmother - (Optional 1)
Question no.86
If the radius of a circle is given up to 19 times, how much of its perimeter will be the perimeter of the previous perimeter? 

(A) 20 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 19 - (Optional 2) 
(C) 21 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 18 - (Optional 1)
Question No.87
Selling an item for 440 rupees is the loss of 60% of the profit received on selling the same item in 1000 rupees. Know the purchase price of that item? (In rupees) 

(A) 650 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 680 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 660 - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 670 - (Alternative 3)
Question no.88 
Tell the product of two numbers, which are LCM 9017 and HCF 1. 

(A) 9015 - (Alternative 4) 
(B) 9011 - (Alternative 2) 
(C) 9017 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 9013 - (Optional 3)
Question No.89 
In the mixture of 84 liters, the ratio of milk and water is 3: 4. If this ratio is changed to 3: 5, then tell the amount of excess water (in liters) mixed in the mixture. 

(A) 11 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 13 - (Optional 2) 
(C) 14 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 12 - (Optional 1)
Question No.90 
Martin donated 13% of his salary to an organization working for the blind people, 12% of his salary to the orphanage, 14% of his salary, the institution working for the physically challenged people,
and 16% of his salary Doctoral Assistance Institution The remaining amount of the salary is deposited in the bank for Rs 42,750 monthly expenditure. Find out the amount donated in the orphanage. 
(A) Rs.14,400 - (Optional 4) 
(B) Rs.13,400 - (Optional 3) 
(C) Rs.14,400 - (Optional 1) 
(D) Rs 12,400 - (Optional 2)
Question No.91 
Instructions:  
Study the following times graph and answer the question on the basis:  

Sales of books (in thousand rupees) given in two successive years of 2010 and 2011 of five branches of a publishing company have been given.  
Find out the average (in thousand) of sales for all branches in 2010. 


(A) 72 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 68 - (Alternative 2) 
(C) 66 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 74 - (Optional 4)
Question No.92 
A person travels from the hostel to the college with a speed of 15 kmph from the bicycle and reaches a 4.5 minute delay. If he runs a bike with a speed of 20 kmph, then it reaches 4.5 minutes. Describe the distance between hostel and college. (In km) 

(A) 8 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 6 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 9 - (Optional 4) 
(D) 7 - (Optional 2)
Question No.93 
In one box, three different types of old coins are in the ratio of 3: 5: 7, the value of old coins is Rs. 1, 5 and 10 rupees respectively. If the total price of coins kept in the box is 686, then tell the number of old coins of 10 rupees. 

(A) 48 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 51 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 50 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 49 - (Alternative 2)
Question No.94 
An amount of Rs 7,600 is invested on ordinary interest at an annual rate of 8%. If after 5 years the amount was withdrawn and half the amount of the total amount was invested in the stock market. The remaining amount (in rupees) 

(A) 5,420 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 5,220 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 5,210 - (Optional 2) 
(D) 5,320 - (Optional 4)
Question No.95
Instructions.  
Study the graph at the following times and answer the question on the basis:  

Sales of books (in thousand) has been given in two consecutive years of 2010 and 2011 of five branches of a publishing company.  
Find out the ratio of the total sales done in both the years of branch C2 and the total sales volume in both years of branch C4.


(A) 163: 140 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 161: 138 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 164: 141 - (Optional 4)
(D) 162: 139 - (Optional 2)
Question No.96 
When a number is divided by 119, the remainder remains 10. When the same number is divided by 17, what will be the remainder? 

(A) 7 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 9 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 8 - (Optional 2) 
(D) 10 - (Optional 4)
Question No.97

3242x72÷185x1021=?
Solve.  

(A) 4054 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 4064 - (Alternative 2) 
(C) 4074 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 4084 - (Optional 4)
Question No.98
375! In the trailing Zeros, let us know. 

(A) 93 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 94 - (Alternative 4) 
(C) 92 - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 91 - (Optional 1)
Question No.99 
If a shopkeeper hikes the purchasing value of an item by 46% and gives it a discount of 46% on the face value for selling it, then know the total percentage gain or loss it will have? 

(A) 21.16% profit - (Optional 3) 
(B) 20.04% Loss - (Optional 2) 
(C) 20.04% Profit - (Optional 1) 
(D) 21.16% Loss - (Optional 4)
Question No.100
Total area of the piece of glass square L444 Cm 2is. Which is placed above a table. The width between the table and the edge of the glass piece is 9 cm. Tell the length of the table | (in cm)

(A) 54 - (Alternative 2) 
(B) 58 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 52 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 56 - (Optional 3)
Question No.101 
A train takes 57 seconds to cross the 204 m long bridge. If the same train takes 23 seconds to cross a signal board, tell the length of the train. (In meters) 

(A) 138 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 128 - (Alternative 2) 
(C) 118 - (Alternative 1) 
(D) 148 - (Alternative 4)
Question No.102 
At the rate of any compound interest rate, it gets tripled in 4 years, in how many years it will become 2187 times its own? 

(A) 22 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 26 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 28 - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 24 - (Optional 3)
Question No.103
A person travels at the speed of 16kmph, 24kmph and 12kmph on the surface of an equilateral triangle and the ground. Find the average speed of the entire journey. (In Kmph) 

(A) 16 - (Optional 2) 
(B) 17 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 15 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 18 - (Optional 4)
Question No.104
A shopkeeper sells a product in Rs.2,367 and earns 12.5% profit. Tell the amount that is equal to half of the purchase price of the product (in Rs.) 

(A) 1,052 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 1,062 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 1,042 - (Optional 2) 
(D) 1,032 - (Optional 1)
Question No.105
Aamir distributed 875 gifts among 4 children. The first part of the child is twice the portion of the other child, three times the size of the third child and four times the fourth child's share. Show the sum of the total gifts received by the first and the second child.

(A) 610 - (Alternative 2) 
(B) 630 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 620 - (Alternative 3) 
(D) 640 - (Optional 1)
Question No.106 
A gift box has 10 bangles. The average weight of the first 4 bangles is 57gms and the average weight of the remaining 6 bangles is 58 gms. Tell the average weight of all bangles | (in grams)

(A) 57.4 - (Optional 2) 
(B) 57.2 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 57.6 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 57.8 - (Optional 4)
Question No.107 
The average weight of 71 notebooks kept in a box is 7.1 kg. When a new notebook is placed in the box, then the average is 7.2kg. Specify the weight of the new notebook. (In Kg) 

(A) 14.3 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 14.6 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 14.4 - (Optional 2) 
(D) 14.5 - (Optional 3)
Question No.108
A bulb producing company found 13% of the total product defective. If the total number of non defective products is 4959, then specify the number of total defective products. 

(A) 751 - (Alternative 2) 
(B) 731 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 741 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 761 - (Optional 1)
Question No.109 
Find the value of x. 


(A) 5210 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 5410 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 5310 - (Optional 2) 
(D) 5510 - (Optional 4)
Question no.110 
Vimal received 72 out of 80 marks in French, 91 out of 100 in English, 63 out of 70 in Spanish and 44 out of 50 in Japanese. What was the total percentage achieved by him? ( % In ) 

(A) 70 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 100 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 80 - (Optional 2) 
(D) 90 - (Optional 3)
Question No.111 
Sheila walks at the speed of her usual speed (20/21) and determines a clear distance in six minutes more than the time it takes in normal speed. Calculate the normal time it takes in determining a certain distance. 

(A) 130 - (Alternative 2) 
(B) 120 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 140 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 150 - (Optional 4)
Question no.112 
If the cube with a 26√3 cm diagonal is melted then how tall is the height of the cuboid, if the length of the cuboid is equal to the arm of the cube, and the width of the cuboid is 13 cm? (in cm)

(A) 52 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 54 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 53 - (Alternative 2) 
(D) 55 - (Optional 4)
Question No.113
Find the value of x. 


(A) 26 - (Alternative 4) 
(B) 25 - (Optional 3) 
(C) 23 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 24 - (Optional 2)
Question No.114 
How can 378 mobile phones be shared equally in the students present in the classroom?

(A) 18 - (Optional 3)
(B) 16 - (Optional 2) 
(C) 14 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 12 - (Optional 4)
Question No.115 
An English-based company has 629 men and 629 female employees in a collaborative project. The average attendance of all employees is 72 calls per day. On average, an average 72 calls are received by a male employee every day. What will be the average of the number of calls being added by the women staff daily? 

(A) 72 - (Alternative 2) 
(B) 74 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 71 - (Optional 1) 
(D) 73 - (Optional 3)
Question no.116 
The station master decides that the length of the rectangular digital board is increased by 4% and the width is reduced to 6%. Find out the total change in the area. 

(A) 1.24% reduction - (Optional 1) 
(B) 2.24% increase - (Optional 4) 
(C) 2.24% reduction - (Optional 2) 
(D) 1.24% increase - (Optional 3
Question No.117 
The difference between earned interest on the same amount invested for 2 years on compound interest and simple interest is Rs. 76. If interest rates are 4% per year, then calculate the amount invested.  
(In rupees) 

(A) 51,500 - (Optional 4) 
(B) 47,500 - (Optional 1) 
(C) 48,500 - (Optional 2) 
(D) 49,500 - (Optional 3)
Question no.118 

15.73+13.25+16.73-28.64=3x?
Solve.

(A) 5.69 - (Optional 3) 
(B) 5.49 - (Optional 1)
(C) 5.59 - (Optional 2) 
(D) 5.79 - (Optional 4)
Question No.119 
Instructions:  
Study the following times graph and answer the question on the basis:  

Sales of books (in thousand rupees) given in two successive years of 2010 and 2011 of five branches of a publishing company have been given.  
In the last two years, together with the company's branches C1, C3 and C5, make a total sales (in thousand).


(A) 439 - (Alternative 4) 
(B) 419 - (Alternative 2) 
(C) 429 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 409 - (Optional 1) 
Question No.120 
The proportion of salaries of Hameed, Clement and Ganesh is 3: 5: 7, respectively, if Ganesh is getting Rs.892 more from Hameed. What is Clement's salary? (In rupees) 

(A) 1,145 - (Optional 1) 
(B) 1,115 - (Optional 4) 
(C) 1,125 - (Optional 3) 
(D) 1,135 - (Alternative 2)

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(Notification) RRC Central Railway : Trade Apprentice Recruitment-2021

(Notification) RRC Central Railway : Trade Apprentice Recruitment-2021

Post Detail :

MUMBAI CLUSTER

CARRIAGE & WAGON (COACHING) WADI BUNDER

Sr.

No.

 

Break-up of training slot

ITI pass in

trade  to be eligible for consideration

Training

period

Trades

UR

OBC

SC

ST

TL

OH

VH

HH

Ex.

1

Fitter

92

49

27

14

182

2

1

2

5

Fitter

1 year

2

Welder

3

2

1

 

6

 

 

 

 

Welder

1 year

3

Carpenter

15

7

4

2

28

1

 

 

1

Carpenter

1 year

4

Painter

(General)

12

6

4

2

24

1

 

 

1

Painter

(General)

1 year

5

Tailor

(General)

9

5

3

1

18

 

 

 

 

1.Sewing Technology

2. Dress making

1 year

 

TOTAL :

131

69

39

19

258

4

1

2

7

 

 

KALYAN DIESEL SHED

1

Electrician

5

3

2

1

11

 

 

 

 

Electrician

1 year

2

Machinist

1

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

 

Machinist

1 year

3

Welder

1

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

 

Welder

1 year

4

Programming

& Systems Administration Assistant

2

1

1

 

4

 

 

 

 

Computer Operator & Programming Assistant

1 year

5

Mechanic

Diesel

17

9

5

2

33

1

 

 

1

Mechanic

(Diesel)

1 year

6

Laboratory

Assistant

(CP)

2

1

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

Laboratory

Assistant

(CP)

1 year

 

TOTAL

28

14

8

3

53

1

0

0

1

 

 

KURLA DIESEL SHED

1

Electrician

12

6

4

2

24

1

 

 

1

Electrician

1 year

2

Mechanic

Diesel

 

19

 

10

 

5

 

2

 

36

1

 

 

1

Mechanic

(Diesel)

1 year

 

TOTAL

31

16

9

4

60

2

 

 

2

 

 

 

MUMBAI CLUSTER

SR.DEE(TRS) KALYAN

Sr.

No.

 

Break-up of training slot

ITI pass in

trade  to be eligible for consideration

Training period

Trades

UR

OBC

SC

ST

TL

OH

VH

HH

Ex.

1

Fitter

31

17

9

5

62

1

 

 

 

1

2

Fitter

1 year

2

Turner

5

3

1

1

10

 

 

 

 

Turner

1 year

3

Welder (Gas

& Electric)

5

3

1

1

10

 

 

 

 

Welder/ Welder (Gas & Electric)

1 year

4

Electrician

31

17

9

5

62

1

 

1

2

Electrician

1 year

5

Machinist

3

1

1

 

 

 

5

 

 

 

 

Machinist

1 year

6

Instrument

Mechanic

3

1

1

 

 

 

5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Instrument

Mechanic

1 year

7

Laboratory

Assistant

(CP)

3

1

1

 

 

 

5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Laboratory

Assistant

(CP)

1 year

8

Electronics

Mechanic

11

5

3

1

20

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

Electronics

Mechanic

1 year

 

TOTAL

92

48

26

13

179

3

0

2

5

 

 

SR.DEE(TRS) KURLA

1

Fitter

46

24

13

7

90

1

1

1

3

Fitter

1 year

2

Turner

3

2

1

 

6

 

 

 

 

Turner

1 year

3

Welder (Gas

& Electric)

1

1

1

 

3

 

 

 

 

Welder Welder (Gas & Electric)

1 year

4

Electrician

47

25

14

7

93

1

1

1

3

Electrician

1 year

 

TOTAL

97

52

29

14

192

2

2

2

6

 

 

 

PAREL WORKSHOP

1

Fitter

13

7

4

2

26

1

 

 

1

Fitter

1 year

2

Machinist

17

9

5

3

34

1

 

 

1

Machinist

1 year

3

Sheet Metal

Worker

14

7

4

2

27

1

 

 

1

Sheet Metal

Worker

1 year

4

Welder (Gas & Electric)

14

7

4

2

27

1

 

 

1

Welder Welder (Gas

& Electric)

1 year

5

Electrician

18

9

5

3

35

1

 

 

1

Electrician

1 year

6

Winder (Armature)

16

9

5

2

32

1

 

 

1

Electrician

1 year

7

Mechanic Machine Tools Maintenance

12

6

4

2

24

1

 

 

1

Mechanic Machine Tools Maintenance

1 year

8

Tool & Die maker  (Press Tools Jigs & Fixtures)

35

18

10

5

68

1

 

1

2

Tool & Die maker

1 year

9

Mechanic (Motor Vehicle)

3

2

1

1

7

 

 

 

 

Mechanic (Motor Vehicle)

1 year

10

Mechanic Diesel

70

37

21

10

138

2

 

2

4

Mechanic (Diesel)

1 year

 

TOTAL

212

111

63

32

418

10

0

3

13

 

 

S&T WORKSHOP, BYCULLA

1

Fitter

13

7

4

2

26

1

 

 

1

Fitter

1 year

2

Turner

3

2

1

 

6

 

 

 

 

Turner

1 year

3

Machinist

3

1

1

 

5

 

 

 

 

Machinist

1 year

4

Welder

4

2

1

1

8

 

 

 

 

Welder

1 year

5

Programming & Systems Administration Assistant

3

2

1

 

6

 

 

 

 

Computer Operator & Programming Assistant

1 year

6

Information Technology & Electronic System Maintenance

1

1

 

 

2

 

 

 

 

Information Technology & Electronic System Maintenance

1 year

7

Electrician

2

1

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

Electrician

1 year

8

Painter (General)

2

1

1

 

4

 

 

 

 

Painter (General)

1 year

 

TOTAL

31

17

9

3

60

1

0

0

1

 

 

 

BUSAWAL CLUSTER

CARRIAGE & WAGON DEPOT

Sr. No.                                                                                               Break-up of training slot                 Trades                      UR                OBC            SC         ST           TL

 

 

 

 

ITI pass in trade  to be

Training period

OH

VH

HH

Ex.

eligible for consideration

 

1

Fitter

54

29

16

8

107

3

 

 

3

Fitter

1 year

2

Welder

7

2

2

1

12

 

 

 

 

Welder

1 year

3

Machinist

2

1

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

Machinist

1 year

 

TOTAL

63

32

18

9

122

3

0

0

3

 

 

 

BUSAWAL CLUSTER

ELECTRIC LOCO SHED

Sr. No.                                              Break-up of training slot

             Trades                      UR                OBC            SC         ST           TL

 

 

 

 

ITI pass in trade  to be

Training period

OH

VH

HH

Ex.

eligible for consideration

 

1

Fitter

19

10

6

3

38

1

 

 

1

Fitter

1 year

2

Electrician

19

10

6

3

38

1

 

 

1

Electrician

1 year

3

Welder

2

1

1

 

4

 

 

 

 

Welder

1 year

 

TOTAL

40

21

13

6

80

2

0

0

2

 

 

 

ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVE WORKSHOP

1

Electrician

29

15

8

4

56

2

 

 

2

Electrician

1 year

2

Fitter

27

14

8

4

53

2

 

 

2

Fitter

1 year

3

Welder (Gas

& Electric)

4

2

1

 

7

 

 

 

 

Welder /

Welder (Gas & Electric)

1 year

4

Programming

& Systems Administration Assistant

2

 

 

 

2

 

 

 

 

Computer

Operator & Programming Assistant

1 year

 

TOTAL

62

31

17

8

118

4

0

0

4

 

 

MANMAD WORKSHOP

1

Fitter

14

7

4

2

27

1

 

 

 

 

1

Fitter

1 year

2

Turner

2

1

 

 

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Turner

1 year

3

Machinist

4

2

1

 

 

7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Machinist

1 year

4

Welder (Gas & Electric)

4

2

1

 

 

 

7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Welder / Welder (Gas & Electric)

1 year

5

Mechanic (Motor vehicle)

1

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

 

Mechanic (Motor vehicle)

1 year

6

Mechanic Diesel

2

1

1

 

4

 

 

 

 

Mechanic (Diesel)

1 year

7

Painter (General)

1

1

 

 

2

 

 

 

 

Painter (General)

1 year

 

TOTAL

28

14

7

2

51

1

0

0

1

 

 

TMW NASIK ROAD

1.

Fitter

4

3

1

1

9

1

 

 

 

Fitter

1 year

2.

Machinist

2

1

1

 

4

 

 

 

 

Machinist

1 year

3.

Welder

4

1

1

 

6

 

 

 

 

Welder (Gas & Electric)

1 year

4.

Electrician

11

7

4

2

26

 

 

1

1

Electrician

1 year

5.

Carpenter

1

1

 

 

2

 

 

 

 

Carpenter

1 year

6.

Mechanic Diesel

1

1

 

 

2

 

 

 

 

Mechanic (Diesel)

1 year

 

TOTAL

25

14

7

3

49

1

0

1

1

 

 

PUNE CLUSTER

CARRIAGE & WAGON DEPOT

Sr. No.

Break-up of training slot

ITI pass in trade  to be eligible for

consideration

Training period

Trades

UR

OBC

SC

ST

TL

OH

VH

HH

Ex.

1

Fitter

10

5

3

2

20

1

 

 

1

Fitter

1 year

2

Machinist

2

1

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

Machinist

1 year

3

Welder

2

1

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

Welder

1 year

4

Painter

1

1

 

 

2

 

 

 

 

Painter

1 year

5

Carpenter

2

1

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

Carpenter

1 year

 

TOTAL

17

9

3

2

31

1

0

0

1

 

 

DIESEL LOCO SHED

1

Mechanic Diesel

28

15

8

4

55

2

 

 

2

Mechanic (Diesel)

1 year

2

Electrician

28

15

8

4

55

2

 

 

2

Electrician

1 year

3

Welder

4

2

1

1

8

 

 

 

 

Welder

1 year

4

Machinist

1

1

 

 

2

 

 

 

 

Machinist

1 year

5

Painter

1

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

 

Painter

1 year

 

TOTAL

62

33

17

9

121

4

0

0

4

 

 

 

NAGPUR CLUSTER

ELECTRICAL LOCO SHED,AJNI

.                            Break-up of training slot

ITI pass in trade  to be

Training period

Sr.No

Trades

UR

OBC

SC

ST

TL

OH

VH

HH

Ex.

eligible for consideration

 

1

Electrician

17

9

5

2

33

0

 

1

1

Electrician

1 year

2

Electronics

8

4

2

1

15

 

 

 

 

Electronics

1 year

 

Mechanic

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mechanic

 

 

TOTAL

25

13

7

3

48

0

0

1

1

 

 

CARRIAGE & WAGON DEPOT

1

Fitter

31

16

9

4

60

1

0

1

2

Fitter

1 year

3

Welder

3

2

1

0

6

 

 

 

 

Welder

1 year

 

TOTAL

34

18

10

4

66

1

0

1

2

 

 

 

SOLAPUR CLUSTER

CARRIAGE & WAGON DEPOT

Sr. No.

Break-up of training slot

ITI pass in trade  to be eligible for consideration

Training period

Trades

UR

OBC

SC

ST

TL

OH

VH

HH

Ex.

1

Fitter

20

11

6

3

40

2

 

 

2

Fitter

1 year

2

Carpenter

2

 

 

 

2

 

 

 

 

Carpenter

1 year

3

Machinist

2

2

 

 

4

 

 

 

 

Machinist

1 year

4

Welder

4

1

1

1

7

 

 

 

 

Welder

1 year

5

Painter

2

1

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

Painter

1 year

6

Mechanic Diesel

1

1

 

 

2

 

 

 

 

Mechanic (Diesel)

1 year

 

TOTAL

31

16

7

4

58

2

0

0

2

 

 

 

KURDUWADI WORKSHOP

1

Fitter

4

2

1

 

7

 

 

 

 

Fitter

1 year

2

Machinist

3

1

1

 

5

 

 

 

 

Machinist

1 year

3

Welder

2

1

1

 

4

 

 

 

 

Welder

1 year

4

Carpenter

 

1

1

 

2

 

 

 

 

Carpenter

1 year

5

Painter

2

1

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

Painter

1 year

 

TOTAL

11

6

4

0

21

0

0

0

0

 

 

Education Qualification: 

The candidate must have passed 10th class examination or its equivalent (under 10+2 examination system) with minimum 50% marks, in aggregate, from recognized Board and also possess National Trade Certificate in the notified trade issued by the National Council for Vocational Training or Provisional Certificate issued by National Council for Vocational Training / State Council for Vocational Training.

Age :

The candidates should have completed 15 years of age and should not have completed 24 years of age as on 01-01-2021. 

Fee :

Application fees (Non-refundable) – Rs. 100/-

Method of Selection :

Selection will be on the basis of merit list prepared in respect of all the candidates who apply against the notification. The merit list will be prepared on the basis of percentage of marks in matriculation (with minimum 50% aggregate marks) + ITI marks in the trade in which Apprenticeship is to be done. The panel will be on the basis of simple average of marks in the matriculation and ITI.

For the purpose of calculation of percentage of matriculation, marks obtained by the candidates in all subjects will be reckoned and not on the basis of marks of any subject or a group of subjects like best of five etc.

For the purpose of calculation of percentage of ITI marks, average  marks mentioned in consolidated statement of marks for all semesters of the trade applied / marks mentioned in the Provisional National Trade Certificate issued by NCVT / SCVT, will only be reckoned.

For the purpose of calculation of percentage of marks of SSC of candidates from Board of Secondary Education Andhra Pradesh, Board of Public Examination, Kerala etc RRC will take midpoint of range of grades obtained by the candidates. After obtaining midpoints of all the attempted subjects according to grades awarded, average will be calculated treating each subject is out of 100 marks, as there is no standard method or multiplying factor for calculation of average of matriculation for such Boards.

In case of two candidates having the same marks, the candidate with older age shall be preferred. In case the dates of birth are also same, then the candidate who passed matriculation exam earlier shall be considered first.

A final merit list will be prepared cluster/unit wise, trade wise and community wise, equal to the number of slots in the descending order of percentage of marks obtained by the candidate, as stated above.

Candidates finally enlisted would be subject to verification of original testimonials uploaded and production of medical certificate as per annexure attached.

During submission of ONLINE application, a Registration number will be issued to each applicant. Candidates are advised to preserve/note their Registration Number for further stages of engagement process/correspondence with RRC. 

How to Apply :   

  1. Candidates are required to apply ONLINE by visiting www.rrccr.com Detailed instructions for filling up ONLINE applications will be available on the website.
  2. Candidates are required to log on to the RRC/CR website www.rrccr.com provided for filling ONLINE applications and fill up the personal details/BIO-DATA etc carefully.

NOTE-I: Candidates should be in possession of Aadhaar Card. At the time of registration, candidates have to fill 12 digit Aadhaar Card number. The candidates not having Aadhaar number and have enrolled for Aadhaar but have not received Aadhaar Card can enter 28 digit Aadhaar Enrolment ID printed on the Aadhaar Enrolment slip. This provision is applicable to the candidates of all states and Union Territories except the state of Jammu and Kashmir, Meghalaya and Assam. Applicants from these states can enter in the online application form, their voter ID number, valid passport number, driving license number or any other valid Government identity card at the time of online application. Candidates have to produce original Aadhaar card or document mentioned above, at the time of document verification.

NOTE-II: Candidates should ensure their name, father’s name, date of birth should exactly match as recorded in Matriculation or equivalent certificate. Any deviation found during Document Verification will lead to cancellation of candidature and also debarment.

NOTE-III: Candidates are advised to indicate their active mobile number and valid e-mail ID in the ONLINE application and keep them active during the entire engagement process as all important messages will be sent by email/SMS which will be treated as deemed to have been read by the candidates.

3.Candidates have to choose only one cluster and within that cluster he can give units in order of preference.

4 Candidates trying to submit more than one application with different particulars like Name/Father’s name/Community/Photo (face)/ educational and/or technical qualification etc. or with different Email ID/Mobile Number
are informed that all such applications will be summarily rejected.
5 Candidates have to keep printouts of their Online application. If found eligible, he/she will be called for Document Verification and the print out of Online application is required to be produced at the time of Document Verification. 

14. SCANNED PHOTOGRAPH/SOFT COPY OF PHOTOGRAPH

Candidates are required to upload their colour photograph (size 3.5 cm x 3.5 cm taken not later than three months from the date of application in colour, JPG/JPEG format, 100 DPI, size of the file should be between 20 kb-70 kb) with clear front view of the candidate without cap and sunglasses. Candidates may note that RRC may, at any stage, reject the applications for uploading old/unclear photograph or for any significant variations between photograph uploaded in the Application Form and the actual physical appearance of the candidate. Candidates are advised to keep two additional copies of the same photograph ready with them for bringing at the time of Document Verification.

15. SCANNED SIGNATURE/SOFT COPY OF IMAGE OF SIGNATURE

Candidates are also required to upload their signature (size 3.5 cm x 3.5 cm, JPG/JPEG format, 100 DPI, size of the file should be between 20 kb - 30kb).

16. DOCUMENTS TO BE UPLOADED

Candidates are required to upload the legible scanned copy of following documents:

  1. SSC (Standard 10th) or its equivalent mark sheet.
  2. Certificate for proof of date of birth (Standard 10th or its equivalent certificate or mark sheet indicating date of birth or school leaving certificate indicating date of birth).
  3. Consolidated mark sheet for all semesters of the trade in which applied / Provisional National Trade Certificate indicating marks.
  4. National Trade Certificate issued by NCVT or Provisional National Trade Certificate issued by NCVT /SCVT.
  5. Caste certificate for SC/ST/OBC candidates, wherever applicable, as mentioned in Para 8.5 above.
  6. Disability certificate, in case of PWD candidate.
  7. Discharge certificate / Serving certificate, in case of candidates applied against Ex-Servicemen quota.

Production of original documents, as stated above, on the day of document verification is mandatory without which they will not be allowed to appear in the document verification. Certificates in languages other than English or Hindi should be accompanied by an attested translation in English/Hindi.   

Important Date :

  • Starting Date – 06-02-2021
  • Last Date – 05-03-2021

Click Here To Download Official Notification

Click Here To Apply Online

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(Paper) (RPF) Exam paper held on 10 January 2019 (General Awareness)

(Paper) (RPF) Exam 2019 held on 10 January 2019 General Awareness Set-2 (English)

Instructions

For the following questions answer them individually

Question 1. Who became the first Indian Woman Cricketer to score a century in Twenty 20(T20) Internationals?

A    Latika Kumari

B    Harmanpreet Kaur

C    Veda Krishnamurthy

D    Mithali Raj

Question 2. What is the currency name of Switzerland?

A    Swiss lira

B    Swiss franc

C    Swiss dollar

D    Swiss taka

Question 3. The term 'Corner kick' is used in the game:

A    Cricket

B    Football

C    Golf

D    Hockey

Question 4. The term of the office of President is

A    5 Years

B    1 Years

C    4 Years

D    6 Years

Question 5. What is the IUPAC name of Acetic Acid?

A    Butanoic acid

B    Propanoic acid

C    Ethanoic acid

D    Methanoic acid

Question 6. Which state of India has the largest number of seats in legislative assembly?

A    Uttar Pradesh

B    Tamil Nadu

C    Madhya Pradesh

D    Bihar

Question 7. Who is the author of book 'Jiban Smriti'?

A    Mitra

B    Bipin Chandra Pal

C    Lakshmi Bai

D    Rabindranath Tagore

Question 8. Who is the Chairman of 13th Finance Commission?

A    Shri C.Rangarajan

B    Dr.Vijay L.Kelkar

C    Dr.Y.V.Reddy

D    Shri N.K.Singh

Question 9. Maand is a folk music style of

A    Gujarat

B    Maharashtra

C    Punjab

D    Rajasthan

Question 10. In which of the following oceans Japan Trench is located?

A    Indian Ocean

B    Pacific Ocean

C    Atlantic Ocean

D    Arctic Ocean

Question 11. In which of the following countries Padma river is flowing?

A    Bangladesh

B    Pakistan

C    Germany

D    Myanmar

Question 12. Wave theory of light was proposed by

A    Homi Jehangir Bhabha

B    Christiaan Huygens

C    Robert A. Millikan

D    Paul Dirac

Question 13. What is the Ionization Constant of Nitrous Acid (HNO2)?

A    1.5 × 10−4

B    4.5 × 10−4

C    3.8 × 10−4

D    2.8 × 10−4

Question 14. What does the Pineal gland secrete?

A    Insulin

B    Melatonin

C    Glucagon

D    Androgen

Question 15. What is the minimum age limit to become a member of Rajya Sabha?

A    35 years

B    25 years

C    30 years

D    21 years

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Question 16. The dead organic content of the soil is called _______________

A    Rapids

B    Arid

C    Humus

D    Biome

Question 17. The Lower House of the Indian Parliament is known as

A     Lok Sabha

B    State Assembly

C    Council of the states

D    Rajya Sabha

Question 18. The Union Territories of India are administered by the

A    Council of Ministers

B    President of India

C    Union Finance Minister

D    Union Defence Minister

Question 19. In which of the following States Tarapur Nuclear Power Plant is located?

A    Maharashtra

B    Gujarat

C    Odisha

D    Rajasthan

Question 20. Where is the headquarters of "Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI)" located?

A    Chennai

B    New Delhi

C    Mumbai

D    Kolkata

Question 21. Who is the author of the book 'Unbreakable: An Autobiography'?

A    Vikas Krishan Yadav

B    Hawa Singh

C    Mary Kom

D    Shiva Thapa

Question 22. When Ocean currents flow from high to low altitudes are called _______________ currents.

A    tidal

B    warm

C    spring

D    cold

Question 23. Who among the following players is not associated with the sport Football?

A    Neymar

B    Pele

C    Lionel Messi

D    Michael schumacher

Question 24. The painting of Padmapani Bodhisattva is found in

A    Ajanta Caves

B    Badami Caves

C    Bagh Caves

D    Ellora Caves

Question 25. Which is the capital of Jharkhand?

A    Panaji

B    Ranchi

C    Jaipur

D    Raipur

Question 26. ___________ transports food materials, usually from leaves to other parts of the plant.

A    Xylem

B    Vessel

C    Tracheids

D    Phloem

Question 27. Disaster Management Bill/Act was passed in

A    1995

B    2000

C    2005

D    2010

Question 28. The Chief Justice of a High Court in India is appointed by

A    The President

B    Chief Justice of India

C    The Governor

D    The Prime Minister

Question 29. In cultural history, Nagara in North and Dravida in South are related to

A    Temple

B    Painting

C    Drama

D    Music

Question 30. The term 'Butterfly stroke' is used in the game:

A    Volleyball

B    Shooting

C    Tennis

D    Swimming

Question 31. Which is the capital of Morocco?

A    Maputo

B    Rabat

C    Niamey

D    Amsterdam

Question 32. Which of the following countries is not sharing the border with India?

A    Pakistan

B    China

C    Thailand

D    Afghanistan

Question 33. What is the nickname of Andre Agassi?

A    The Las vegas kid

B    Double kicker

C    Surfer

D    Acer

Question 34. When was the first general election to the Lok Sabha held?

A    1953-54

B    1951-52

C    1949-50

D    1946-47

Question 35. Where was the first session of Indian National Congress held?

A    Punjab

B    Bombay

C    Delhi

D    West Bengal

Question 36. The two main systems of Indigo cultivation in Bengal were Nij and ______

A    Yaerd

B    Ryoti

C    Yarn

D    Raan

Question 37. Who headed the Interim cabinet formed in the year 1946?

A    B.R.Ambedkar

B    Rajagopalachari

C    Rajendra Prasad

D    Jawaharlal Nehru

Question 38. In which of the following places the Gadkari rebellion was held?

A    Durgapur

B    Kolhapur

C   Bidhannagar

D    Asansol

Question 39. In SI system, the multiple  is the prefix of

A    exa

B    zeta

C    femto

D    zepto

Question 40. How many members can be nominated to Lok Sabha by the President of India?

A    2

B    6

C    1

D    12

Question 41. Conducting elections to the state legislative assemblies is the responsibility of

A    State Election commission

B    President of India

C    Election commission of India

D    Governor of state

Question 42. Liberalised Exchange Rate Management system (LERMS) was abolished in ____________

A   March 1996

B   March 1995

C   March 1993

D   March 1994

Question 43. What is the distance between the Sun and the Planet Jupiter?

A    778.5 million km

B    978.5 million km

C    878.5 million km

D    678.5 million km

Question 44. What is the expansion of "CRR"?

A    Casual Reserve Ratio

B    Cash Reserve Report

C    Counter Reserve Ratio

D    Cash Reserve Ratio

Question 45. What is the atomic number of the element Indium?

A    44

B    54

C    36

D    49

Question 46. The statue of Lord Gommateshwara is found in

A    Mount Abu

B    Arasavalli

C    Srisailam

D    Shravanabelagola

Question 47. Who was the leader of Eka movement?

A    Bhagat Shah

B    Vasu Dev

C    Gadkari

D    Madari Pasi

Question 48. What is the formula for Acceleration?

A    Work/Time

B    Velocity x Time

C    Velocity/Time

D    Time/Velocity

Question 49. When was the 'Calcutta Cricket and Football Club (CC&FC)' founded?

A    1792 AD

B    1678 AD

C    1834 AD

D    1800 AD

Question 50. Who discovered Ribosomes in cell biology?

A    Alec Jeffreys

B    D Ivanowsky

C    Stephen Hales

D    George Emil Palade

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(Paper) (RPF) Exam 2019 held on 10 January 2019 Reasoning Set-2 (English)

Instructions

For the following questions answer them individually

Question 51. Read the following statements and answer the following question.

A@B means A is the mother of B

A#B means A is the father of B

A$B means A is the brother of B

A%B means A is the sister of B

In the equation S$R#Q@P, how is S related to P?

A    Cousin

B    Uncle

C    Grandfather

D    Granduncle

Question 52. In this question, a statement is given followed by two conclusions numbered i and ii. You have to assume everything in the statement to be true, then consider the two conclusions together and decide which of them logically follows beyond a reasonable doubt from the information given in the statement.

Statement: John, a German philosopher, is a good Mathematician.

Conclusion:

i. John is a German.

ii. All German philosophers are Mathematicians.

Choose the appropriate one from the following options

(A) Only conclusion i follows

(B) Only conclusion ii follows

(C) Either i or ii follows

(D) Neither i nor ii follows and

(E) Both i and ii follow.

A    D

B    C

C    A

D    B

Question 53. A is the brother of B who is the brother of C. D is the daughter of A. How is D related to C?

A   Daughter

B   Aunt

C  Cousin

D  Niece

Explanation:

The relation between A, B , C and D can be represented by the following diagram.

So, the answer would be option d)Niece

Question 54

How many squares are there in the given figure?

A    14

B    15

C    18

D    12

Explanation:

There are two concentric squares , highlighted with blue and green boundaries. Keeping these boundaries ,  4 more squares are there.and lastly there are 2 highlighted in red.

So, the answer would be option d)12

Question 55. In this question, relationship between different elements is shown in the statement. This statement is followed by two conclusions:

Statements: M ≤ N < O ≥ P < Q

Conclusions:

I. O > M

II. M ≥ O

Choose the appropriate one from the following options

(A) Only conclusion i follows

(B) Only conclusion ii follows

(C) Either i or ii follows

(D) Neither i nor ii follows and

(E) Both i and ii follow.

A    D

B    B

C    A

D    C

Question 56. Find the next number in the series.

78, 85, 100, 123, 154, ?

A    179

B    185

C    169

D    193

Explanation:

Given series is 78, 85, 100, 123, 154, ?

Difference of terms is 8,15,23,31,... Here next term would be 39.

Adding it to 154, we get 193 which would be next number in given series.

Question 57. Replace the question mark with an option that follows the same logic applied in the first pair Gander:Goose::Dog: ??

A    Bitch

B    Puppy

C    Foal

D    Mare

Explanation:

Gander is masculine Gender whereas it's feminine Gender would be Goose. 

Similarly, Feminine Gender of Dog will be Bitch. Hence, Option A is right choice.

Question 58. In a certain code language, if CAPTION is coded as SDFWQRL, then how is DECLINE coded in that language?

A    DEFMOFJ

B    FHGOHQL

C    EFDMJOF

D    CDBKHMD

Question 59. In this question, a passage is given followed by a statement. Read the passage carefully and judge the statement based on the given passage.

Indian agriculture has marked its presence at the global level. India is world’s largest producer of milk, pulses and second largest producer of rice, wheat, fruits, vegetables, sugarcane. India’s food grain production crossed 250 million tonnes during the year 201112.

Rice production crossed 100 million tonnes and wheat production crossed 90 million tonnes. As of 2011 India’s arable land area of 159.7 million hectares (94.6 million acres) is the second largest in the world, after the United States. Its gross irrigated crop area of 82.6 million hectares (215.6 million acres) is the largest in the world.

Statement: In 2020, wheat production in the US will cross 250 million tonnes.

Choose the appropriate one from the following options

A -The statement is definitely true.

B -The statement is probably true.

C -The statement is cannot be determined.

D -The statement is definitely false.

A    B

B    C

C    A

D    D

Question 60 .Which one of the alternative will be the next figure from the given alternatives for the given series?

Question 61. Read the given information carefully and answer the questions that follow.

Eight friends A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting in a circle facing centre, but not necessarily in the same order.

i. A is sitting third to the right of F who is sitting second to the left of D

ii. C and H are sitting opposite to each other

iii. Neither F nor C is the neighbour of B

iv. B is not sitting between H and A

v. G sits opposite to A

How many people are sitting between G and E from the given options?

A    4

B    1

C    0

D    3

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Question 62. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group?

Kiwi, Pigeon, Dove, Eagle, Fox

A    Eagle

B    Penguin

C    Dove

D    Fox

Explanation:

In the given group , Kiwi, Pigeon, Dove, Eagle, Fox

All are birds except Fox. Therefore, Option D is right choice.

Question 63. Find the next number in the series.

93, 96, 91, 98, 87, ?

A    100

B    106

C    96

D    104

Question 64. How many straight lines are there in the given figure?

A    12

B    16

C    15

D    17

Question 65. Choose the correct alternative which will complete the image pattern of the given image.

Explanation:

So, the answer would be option b.

Question 66. In this question, three statements are given followed by four conclusions. You have to assume everything in the statement to be true, then consider the given conclusions together and decide which of them logically follows beyond a reasonable doubt from the information given in the statements.

Statements: Some kids are students. Some students are captains. All captains are pupils.

Conclusions:

1. Some pupils are students

2. Some captains are kids

3. No captain is kid

4. Some students are kids

A    Only 2 and 3 follow

B    Only 1 and 2 follow

C    Only 1, 4 and either 2 or 3

D    Only 2 and 4 follow

Explanation:

The relation between kids , students , captains and pupils can be represented by the either of the diagrams.

So, the answer would be option c)Only 1, 4 and either 2 or 3

Question 67. Read the given information carefully and answer the questions that follow.

Eight friends A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting in a circle facing centre, but not necessarily in the same order.

i. A is sitting third to the right of F who is sitting second to the left of D

ii. C and H are sitting opposite to each other

iii. Neither F nor C is the neighbour of B

iv. B is not sitting between H and A

v. G sits opposite to A

Which of the following has the pair with the second person sitting opposite to the first person?

A    EB

B    BD

C    CA

D    AF

Question 68. Identify the water image of the given image from the following options.

Explanation:

In water , object is inverted completely.

So, the answer would be option a)

Question 69. Replace the question mark with an option that follows the same logic applied in the first pair Duck: Quack:: Snake: ??

A    Grunt

B   Squeak

C    Hiss

D    Bray

Explanation:

Sound made by Duck is called Quack whereas Sound made by Snake is called Hiss. Hence, Option C is right choice.

Question 70. In a certain code language, if QUALITY is coded as JFZORGB, then how is PLACID coded in that language?

A    KZORXW

B    QMBDJE

C    OKZBHC

D    KOZXRW

Question 71. How many Right angled triangles can be formed from the given figure?

A    8

B    13

C    10

D    15

Explanation:

All the right angled triangles are highlighted .

So, the answer would be option a)8.

Question 72. Read the given information carefully and answer the questions that follow.

Eight friends A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting in a circle facing centre, but not necessarily in the same order.

i. A is sitting third to the right of F who is sitting second to the left of D

ii. C and H are sitting opposite to each other

iii. Neither F nor C is the neighbour of B

iv. B is not sitting between H and A

v. G sits opposite to A

If E interchanges its position with B, C interchanges its position with G and A interchanges its position with F, then who is sitting third

to the right of C?

A    F

B    D

C    B

D    E

Question 73. Find the next number in the series.

487, 488, 492, 501, 517, ?

A    542

B    552

C    533

D    539

Explanation:

487, 488, 492, 501, 517, ?

In the above series, from difference of terms, we can see another series 1,4,9,16,.. which are perfect squares of natural numbers. Next term would be 25.

Therefore, next term in given series would be 517+25=542

Question 74. In this question, four statements showing relationship have been given, which are followed by three conclusions i, ii and iii. Assuming that the given statements are true, find out which conclusion(s) is/are definitely true.

Statements: A ≥ B, C > B, D < C, E = D

Conclusions:

i) B > D

ii) B < A

iii) C > E

A    All follow

B    Only III follows

C    Only II and III follow

D    Only I & II follow

Question 75. Replace the question mark with an option that follows the same logic applied in the first pair

4956:24::1149: ??

A    14

B    18

C    20

D    15

Explanation:

From the question 4956:24::1149: ??

We can observe that sum of all digits in number 4956 is 24. Similarly, Sum of all digits in number 1149 will be 15. Hence, Option D is right choice.

Question 76. In this question, a passage is given followed by a statement. Read the passage carefully and judge the statement based on the given passage.

Indian agriculture has marked its presence at the global level. India is world’s largest producer of milk, pulses and second largest producer of rice, wheat, fruits, vegetables, sugarcane. India’s food grain production crossed 250 million tonnes during the year 201112. Rice production crossed 100 million tonnes and wheat production crossed 90 million tonnes. As of 2011,India’s arable land area of 159.7 million hectares (394.6 million acres) is the second largest in the world, after the United States. Its gross irrigated crop area of 82.6 million hectares (215.6 million acres) is the largest in the world.

Statement: India is the second largest producer of rice in the world.

Choose the appropriate one from the following options

A -The statement is definitely true.

B -The statement is probably true.

C -The statement is cannot be determined.

D -The statement is definitely false.

A   C

B   B

C   D

D   A

Explanation:

Although India's agricultural produce has increased substantially , we can not determine its position in world ranking for rice production.

So, the answer would be option d)A

Question 77. Replace the question mark with an option that follows the same logic applied in the first pair

NT:SY::CU: ??

A    FY

B    HZ

C    GY

D    GZ

Question 78. If a mirror is placed on the shaded line, then which of the following options is the right image of the given figure?

Explanation:

In mirror image , left most item appears right , and right most appears on left.

So, the answer would be option b).

Question 79. Find the next number in the series.

38, 40, 83, 253, 1017, ?

A    5085

B    5091

C    4073

D    4092

Question 80. In this question, two statements are given followed by two conclusions numbered i and ii. You have to assume everything in the statements to be true, then consider the two conclusions together and decide which of them logically follows beyond a reasonable doubt from the information given in the statements.

Statements: All rings are tiaras. All tiaras are linens.

Conclusions:

i. All rings are linens.

ii. Some linens are rings.

Choose the appropriate one from the following options

(A) Only conclusion i follows

(B) Only conclusion ii follows

(C) Either i or ii follows

(D) Neither i nor ii follows and

(E) Both i and ii follow.

A    C

B    E

C    A

D    B

Explanation:

The relation between rings , tiaras and linens can be represented by the following diagram.

Both the conclusions follow.So, the answer would be option b)E

Question 81. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group?

BEH, MPS, JLP, QTW, DGJ

A    MPS

B   DGJ

C   BEH

D   JLP

Explanation:

In given series BEH, MPS, JLP, QTW, DGJ

We can observe that the pattern followed is, In each term, First letter and second letter have two letters between them in alphabetical order & second and third letters have two letters between them. This pattern is observed in all terms except JLP. Hence, JLP doesn't belong to group.

Question 82. Pointing to a lady, a boy said, "She is the wife of my mother's sister's brother." How is the boy's mother related to the lady?

A    Sister

B    Aunt

C    Mother-in-law

D    Sister-in-law

Explanation:

Represent the information in diagram.

So, boy's mother will be sister in law for the lady.

So, the answer would be option d)Sister-in-law

Question 83. Select the correct alternative from the following options which can form a complete square (3 out of 5 images given below) :

A    1,2,3

B    1,4,3

C    2,3,4

D   3,4,5

Explanation:

So, the answer would be option a)1,2,3

Question 84. Each face of the dice is painted with Purple, Red, Yellow, Blue, Gray and Orange as shown in the given figure. What colour is painted on the face opposite to Gray colour?

A    YELLOW

B    ORANGE

C    BLUE

D    RED

Question 85. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group?

Q, L, J, N, A

A    Q

B    A

C    J

D    L

Explanation:

In given list of letters, Q, L, J, N are consonants whereas letter A is a vowel. Hence, letter A doesn't belong to Group.

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Question 1. Which among the following is the first talking movie of India?

A    Anarkali

B    Maya Bazaar

C    Noor Jehan

D    Alam Ara

Question 2. National Waterways No. 2 has been established on which river?

A    Barak

B    Brahmaputra

C    Ganges

D    Yamuna

Question 3. Sultan Azlan Shah Cup is associated with which game?

A    Football

B    Badminton

C    Table Tennis

D    Field Hockey

Question 4. Which of the following is manufactured by heating tetrafluoroethene with a free radical or persulfate catalyst at high pressure?

A    Nylon 6

B    Nylon 6,6

C    Teflon

D    Polyesters

Question 5. Which machine is used to accelerate charged particles or ions to high energies?

A    Cyclotron

B    Resonator

C    Oscillator

D    Generator

Question 6. Which one of the following rivers is an antecedent river?

A    Damodar

B    Krishna

C    Luni

D    Indus

Question 7. Ural mountains and Ural river separates Europe from

A    Africa

B    South America

C    North America

D    Asia

Question 8. The credit of proposing the first blueprint of Indian Planning is given to

A    Jawaharlal Nehru

B    Mahatma Gandhi

C    M. Visvesvaraya

D    Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel

Question 9. Which city was selected as host city of the 2022 Winter Olympics?

A    Sydney

B    Beijing

C    Gold Coast

D    Cape Town

Question 10. When was the Constituent Assembly formed in India?

A    1946

B    1945

C    1949

D    1950

Question 11. Who among the famous ruler belongs to Tuluva dynasty?

A    Deva Raya I

B    Krishna Deva Raya

C    Bhukka Raya

D    Tenali Raman

Question 12. What is the potential difference that develops between the electrode and electrolyte called?

A    Electrode potential

B    Standard electrode potential

C    Electric potential

D    Diode potential

Question 13. An imaginary line passing through the pole and centre of curvature of the spherical mirror or lens is called the ______________

A   Spherical axis

B   Vertical axis

C   Pole axis

D   Principal axis

Question 14. Who made historical record in 400m running event of U20 World Championship?

A    Dipa Karmakar

B    Mithali Raj

C    Usha Rani

D    Hima Das

Question 15. Which part of the constitution deal with the trade, commerce and intercourse within the territory of India?

A    Part-XIV

B    Part-XI

C    Part-IV

D    Part-XIII

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Question 16. Under which Article of the India Constitution, the President promulgates ordinances?

A    Article143

B    Article72

C    Article76

D    Article123

Question 17. Which of the following soils is also known as 'Regur soil'?

A   Laterite Soil

B   Red Soil

C  Alluvial Soil

D  Black Soil

Question 18. In Sanskrit, the word 'Apa' means_________

A    Sky

B    Fire

C    Earth

D    Water

Question 19. The point in the orbit of a planet, asteroid, or comet when it is farthest from the sun is called

A    Perigee

B    Aphelion

C    Apogee

D    Perihelion

Question 20. Pre-monsoon showers occurring in Kerala and Karnataka are known as?

A    Mango Showers

B    Kaal Baisakhi Showers

C    Loo Showers

D    Chinook Showers

Question 21. Vansadhara Water Disputes Tribunal involves which state?

A    Goa, Maharashtra and Karnataka

B    Gujarat and Maharashtra

C   Kerala and Karnataka

D   Odisha and Andhra Pradesh

Question 22. The ideals of Liberty, Equality and Fraternity in our Preamble are taken from which constitution?

A    United States of America

B    Weimer Constitution of Germany

C    French

D    Australian

Question 23. Which one of the following is an Indian research station in Antarctica?

A    Himadri

B    Himansh

C    Dakshin Gangotri

D    Yamunotri

Question 24. Which one of the following places is called as Spiritual capital of India?

A    Varanasi

B    Jammu

C    Puri

D    Agra

Question 25. Which of the following was the main focus of second five year plan of India?

A    Poverty alleviation

B    Agriculture and allied sector

C    Heavy industries and capital goods

D    Economic liberalisation

Question 26. In angiosperms, the phenomenon of producing more than one embryo in their seed is called _____________

A    Poly embryony

B    Diembryony

C    Monoembryony

D    Nucellar embryony

Question 27. Who among the following introduced the Goa Carnival in India?

A    French

B    British

C    Dutch

D    Portuguese

Question 28. The Great Dividing Range is located in which one of the following countries?

A    Australia

B    The USA

C    Russia

D    Canada

Question 29. First Asian Kabaddi Championship was held in which year?

A    1998

B    1994

C    1980

D    1986

Question 30. Who among the following was the founder of Pala empire?

A    Mahipal

B    Gopala

C    Dhruva

D    Mahenderpal

Question 31. Which substance alters the rate of chemical reactions and remains isolated chemically during the reaction?

A    Precipitate

B    Reactant

C    Solvent

D    Catalyst

Question 32. The ease of doing business report does not measure the regulations affecting

A    Getting electricity

B    Enforcing contracts

C    Paying taxes

D    Closing a business

Question 33. Who among the Delhi Sultans is Known for his market control policy?

A    Alauddin Khalji

B    Muhammad bin Tughlaq

C    Feroz Shah Tughlaq

D    Qutbuddin Aibak

Question 34. The World Happiness Report is prepared by

A    International Monetary Fund

B    United Nations Development Programme

C   World Trade Organization

D    United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network

Question 35. Which is the Supreme law making Institution in India?

A    The Supreme Court

B    The Prime Minister's Office

C    The Parliament

D    The Election Commission of India

Question 36. The Minimum support price is announced on the basis of the recommendations of

A    The cabinet committee on economic affairs

B    Ministry of agriculture

C    NITI Aayog

D    The Commission for Agricu ltural Costs and Prices(CACP)

Question 37. The Right to Profess, Practice and Propagate a religion comes under which Article of the India Constitution?

A    Articl e 29

B    Articl e 23

C    Article 26

D    Article 25

Question 38. _____________is an electrical static device which transfers power from primary circuit to secondary circuit without changing its frequency or phase of the signal

A    Generator

B    Transistor

C    Transformer

D    Rectifier

Question 39. In Sports, Pentathlon consists of how many events?

A    3

B    8

C    5

D    10

Question 40. How many players are there in a football team?

A    11

B    8

C    10

D    12

Question 41. Which one of the following rivers forms a bird-foot delta?

A    Nile

B    Ganges

C    Amazon

D    Mississippi

Question 42. What is the branch of biology under which the tissues are studied?

A    Pathology

B    Tissueology

C    Anatomy

D    Histology

Question 43. The Directive principles of State policy is borrowed from which Constitution?

A    Australian Constitution

B    Canadian Constitution

C    Russian Constitution

D    Irish Constitution

Question 44. Who is the Chairman of the Zonal Councils?

A    The Prime Minister

B    The President of India

C    The Union Home Minister

D    The Finance Minister

Question 45. The food chain in which the first level starts with plants as producers and ends with carnivores as consumers at the last level is called

A    Grazing Food Chain

B    Detritus Food Chain

C    The Decomposer Food Chain

D    The Producer Food Chain

Question 46. Whom did Iltutmish decided to nominate as his successor?

A    Raziya

B   Balban

C   Nasirudin

D   Muazam khan

Question 47. Harihara and Bukka founded which famous kingdom?

A    Vijaynagar

B    Chalukyan

C    Golconda

D    Bidar

Question 48. The second battle of Tarain was fought in the year?

A    1194

B    1192

C    1199

D    1195

Question 49. Which refers to the process of polymerisation of amino acids to form a polypeptide?

A    Regulation

B    Aminoacylation

C    Transcription

D    Translation

Question 50. If the President returns the Bill for reconsideration of the parliament then it is called as _____

A    Pocket Veto

B    Absolute Veto

C   Qualified Veto

D   Suspensive Veto

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(Paper) (RPF) Exam 2019 held on 10 January 2019 Reasoning Set-1 (English)

Instructions

For the following questions answer them individually

Question 51. How many straight lines are there in the given figure?

A    11

B    8

C    7

D    10

Question 52. Which one of the alternative will be the next figure from the given alternatives for the given series?

Question 53. Replace the question mark with an option that follows the same logic applied in the first pair X:L::M: ??

A     A

B    C

C    V

D    S

Explanation:

In the relation X:L::M: ??,

X Position as per alphabetical order is 24 and L position is 12. Difference in value of their positions will be 12.

M Position is 13. To get difference of 12 for M, It should be letter in Position 1 which is A. Hence, Option A is right choice.

Question 54. Replace the question mark with an option that follows the same logic applied in the first pair Net:Fish::Antenna: ??

A  Signal

B   Umbrella

C   Wire

D   Mobile

Explanation:

Net is used to catch fishes whereas Antenna would be used to catch signal. Hence, Option A is right choice.

Question 55. In this question, two statements are given followed by two conclusions numbered i and ii. You have to assume everything in the statements to be true, then consider the two conclusions together and decide which of them logically follows beyond a reasonable doubt from the information given in the statements.

Statements: All tins are bottles. All bottles are yellow.

Conclusions:

i) All yellows are tins.

ii) Some bottles are ti ns.

Choose the appropriate one from the following options

(A) Only conclusion i follows

(B) Only conclusion ii follows

(C) Either i or ii follows

(D) Neither i nor ii follow s

(E) Both i and ii follow.

A    A

B    E

C   C

D   B

Question 56. Select the correct alternative from the following options which can form a complete square (3 out of 5 images given below) :

A    1,4,2

B    1,2,3

C    1,4,5

D    2,3,4

Explanation:

If we combine images of 2,3,4 , we get a square.

So, the answer would be option d)2,3,4

Question 57. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group? U, R, Y, S,W

A    Y

B    S

C    W

D    R

Explanation:

In the group, U, R, Y, S, W,

All letters U,Y, S & W are in odd positions as per alphabetical order whereas R is in even position. Hence, R is right choice.

Question 58. In a certain code language, if CRACK is coded as TEZME, then how is AMUCK coded in that language?

A    OCTEM

B    COTEM

C    COTME

D    OCTME

Question 59. In this question, a passage is given followed by a statement. Read the passage carefully and judge the statement based on the given passage. When Shah Jahan eternalised his love for Mumtaz, he must have believed that the river would be flowing forever. There was no solid ground on which the foundation could be built. So they used a well foundation, an engineering practice using deep wells to lower the water table and filling them with rocks and mortar. Finally they were capped with wooden, boxlike structures on which the mausoleum was constructed. The Yamuna is an integral part of the Taj’s design and there was no anticipation that it would dry or become narrow. But the river has narrowed and it is polluted. The wooden foundations are likely to become brittle and might disintegrate because, as Venice, built on a wooden foundation, shows, longevity of wood increases when it is submerged in water. When the wood is not exposed to oxygen there are no microorganisms to promote decay. A dry Yamuna could promote disintegration of the wooden foundations, the corrosive effect of the polluted water adding to the decay.

Statement: To retain the structural integrity of the Taj Mahal, the river Yamuna must be restored and revived.

Choose the appropriate one from the following options

A -The statement is definitely true.

B -The statement is probably true.

C -The statement is cannot be det ermined.

D -The statement is definitely false.

A    D

B    A

C   C

D   B

Question 60. Choose the correct alternative which will complete the image pattern of the given image.

Explanation:

So, the answer would be option a.

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Question 61. In this question, three statements are given followed by three conclusions. You have to assume everything in the statement to be true, then consider the given conclusions together and decide which of them logically follows beyond a reasonable doubt from the information given in the statements.

Statements: Some workers are teachers. Some teachers are lecturers. All lecturers are professionals.

Conclusions:

i) Some profe ssionals are teachers.

ii) Some professionals are workers.

iii) All lecturers are teachers.

A    Only i) and iii) follow

B    Only iii) follows

C    Only ii) and iii) follow

D    Only i)

Question 62. In this question, three statements showing relationship have been given, which are followed by three conclusions i, ii and iii. Assuming that the given statements are true, find out which conclusion(s) is/are definitely true.

Statements: C ≤ U < E; C = O > M ≥ T; M = A > L

Conclusions:

i) E > L

ii) E > T

iii) U > O

A    Only ii and iii follow

B    Only iii follows

C    Only i and ii follow

D    All follow

Question 63. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group?

JNR, DHL, CGK, EIM, F KP

A   FKP

B   CGK

C   JNR

D   DHL

Explanation:

In given terms, In each term, 1st & 2nd letters have 3letters between them. Similarly, 2nd and 3rd letters also have 3letters between them.

Such pattern is not observed in FKP. Hence, Option A is right choice. 

Question 64. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group?

Sorrow, Sad, Regret, A wful, Comic

A    Awful

B    Sorrow

C    Regret

D    Comic

Explanation:

In given list of words, All words except Comic are synonyms. Hence, Comic doesn't belong to group.

Question 65. How many squares are there in the given figure?

A    17

B    9

C    15

D    12

Explanation:

There are 3 big squares , and inside each of them there are 4 squares.

So, the answer would be option c)15.

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Question 66. Read the given information carefully and answer the questions that follow.

7 professionals A, B, C, D, E, F and G live in a building which has only 2 floor s numbered I and II. Out of the 2 floors one floor has 3 houses and the other floor has 4 houses.

i) G lives in the floor which has 3 houses.

ii) The floor in which D lives is not the sam e floor in which G and B live.

iii) C and A live in different floors.

iv) There is one house between th e houses in which F and A live.

Which of the following statements is false with respect to the clues given in the question?

A    C, G, and B live in floor II

B    G and B are neighbours

C    F and A are not neighbours

D    D and E live in the same floor

Question 67. In this question, relationship between different elements is shown in the statement. This statement is followed by two conclusions:

Statements: M ≤ N < O ≥ P < Q

Conclusion:

i) M < P

ii) O < Q

Choose the appropriate one from the following options

(A) Only conclusion i follows

(B) Only conclusion ii follows

(C) Either i or ii follows

(D) Neither i nor ii follow s

(E) Both i and ii follow.

A    C

B    B

C    D

D    A

Question 68. In a certain code language, if GIFTED is coded as TRUGVW, then how is LUCID coded in that language?

A    MWDKF

B    OFRXW

C    OFXRW

D    MVDJE

Question 69. Find the next number in the series.

33, 35, 38, 43, 50, ?

A    63

B    62

C    64

D    61

Explanation:

Difference between n and n-1 term is a prime number. Hence, next prime number that gets added to 50 would be 11. 

Therefore, Answer is 61.

Question 70. If a mirror is placed on the shaded line, then which of the following options is the right image of the given figure? 

Question 71. Find the next number in the series.

11, 16, 32, 37, 74, ?

A    75

B    79

C    81

D    77

Question 72. In this question, a passage is given followed by a statement. Read the passage carefully and judge the statement based on the given passage. When Shah Jahan eternalised his love for Mumtaz, he must have believed that the river would be flowing forever. There was no solid ground on which the foundation could be built. So they used a well foundation, an engineering practice using deep wells to lower the water table and filling them with rocks and mortar. Finally they were capped with wooden, boxlike structures on which the mausoleum was constructed. The Yamuna is an integral part of the Taj’s design and there was no anticipation that it would dry or become narrow. But the river has narrowed and it is polluted. The wooden foundations are likely to become brittle and might disintegrate because, as Venice, built on a wooden foundation, shows, longevity of wood increases when it is submerged in water. When the wood is not exposed to oxygen there are no microorganisms to promote decay. A dry Yamuna could promote disintegration of the wooden foundations, the corrosive effect of the polluted water adding to the decay.

Statement: Taj Mahal was built on a strong solid ground on the bank of river Yamuna.

Choose the appropriate one from the following options

A -The statement is definitely true.

B -The statement is probably true.

C -The statement is cannot be det ermined.

D -The statement is definitely false.

A    C

B    D

C    A

D    B

Question 73. Replace the question mark with an option that follows the same logic applied in the first pair Eating:Restaurant::Exercise: ??

A    Health

B    Sports

C    Sweat

D    Gym

Explanation:

Activity we do in a restaurant would be Eating. Activity like Excersise would be done in "Gym" which is Option D. Hence, It's right choice.

Question 74. How many Right angled triangles can be formed from the given figure?

A    5

B    10

C    6

D    8

Question 75. Each face of the dice is printed with 6 letters A,B,C,D,E and F as shown in the given figure, What letter is printed on the face opposite to letter A?

A    F

B    E

C    C

D    D

Question 76. Choose the correct water image of the given question from the given options.

Question 77. A is the son-in-law of B whose son is D. D is the brother of C who is the only daughter of E. How is C related to A?

A    Cousin

B    Husband

C    Wife

D    Sister-in-law

Question 78. Replace the question mark with an option that follows the same logic applied in the first pair

1125:18::1356: ??

A    40

B    10

C    20

D    30

Explanation:

In the given question, 1125:18::1356: ??

We can see that Sum of digits of 1125 will be 9. When it's multiplied by 2, we get 18.

Similarly, Sum of number 1356 will be 15 and when it's multiplied by 2, we get 30.

Question 79. Read the given information carefully and answer the questions that follow.

7 professionals A, B, C, D, E, F and G live in a building which has only 2 floor s numbered I and II. Out of the 2 floors one floor has 3 houses and the other floor has 4 houses.

i) G lives in the floor which has 3 houses.

ii) The floor in which D lives is not the sam e floor in which G and B live.

iii) C and A live in different floors.

iv) There is one house between th e houses in which F and A live.

Which of the following is the odd one out with respect to the clues given in the question?

A   G

B   D

C   F

D   E

Question 80. Find the next number in the series.

12, 25, 52, 107, 218, ?

A    441

B    440

C    421

D    431

Explanation:

In the Given series 12, 25, 52, 107, 218, ?

We can observe the pattern , ,  , ,

Similarly, next term would be  = 441

Question 81. Read the given information carefully and answer the questions that follow.

7 professionals A, B, C, D, E, F and G live in a building which has only 2 floor s numbered I and II. Out of the 2 floors one floor has 3 houses and the other floor has 4 houses.

i) G lives in the floor which has 3 houses.

ii) The floor in which D lives is not the sam e floor in which G and B live.

iii) C and A live in different floors.

iv) There is one house between th e houses in which F and A live.

Which of the following options has a group of people who live in the same floor?

A    C, B & D

B    C, G & E

C    F, A & E

D    D, E & G

Question 82. Pointing to a little girl, a lady said, "She is the daughter of sister of brother of my husband's sister." How is the lady related to the little girl?

A    Cousin

B   Aunt

C  Grandmother

D  Mother

Question 83. Find the next number in the series.

43, 44, 48, 57, 73, ?

A    97

B    100

C    98

D    99

Explanation:

In the given series, 43, 44, 48, 57, 73, ?, There's another series formed by difference between two terms i.e.., 1,4,9,16,..

Next term in series would be 25 and it would be added to 73 to get next number in main series. therefore, next number is 98.

Question 84. In this question, a statement is given followed by two conclusions numbered i and ii. You have to assume everything in the statement to be true, then consider the two conclusions together and decide which of them logically follows beyond a reasonable doubt from the information given in the statement.

Statement: It rains every Monday. It rains today.

Conclusion:

i) It must be a rainy season.

ii) Today is Monday

Choose the appropriate one from the following options

(A) Only conclusion i follows

(B) Only conclusion ii follows

(C) Either i or ii follows

(D) Neither i nor ii follow s

(E) Both i and ii follow.

A    A

B    B

C    C

D    D

Explanation:

Statement: It rains every Monday. It rains today.

Conclusion:

i) It must be a rainy season. - Although it rains every Monday, it does not justify the month to be rainy.

ii) Today is Monday - It rains every Monday , but there is possibility that it might rain other day also.

None of the conclusions follow.

So, the answer would be option d)D

Question 85. Read the following statements and answer the following question.

A+B means A is the mother of B

A-B means A is the father of B

A*B means A is the sister of B

A/B means A is the brother of B

In the equation W+X/Y-Z, how is X's wife related to Z?

A    Aunt

B    Cousin

C    Grandmother

D    Mother

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(Paper) (RPF) Exam 2019 held on 05 January 2019 General Awareness (English)

Instructions

For the following questions answer them individually

Question 1. The members of the Union Public Service Commission are

A    appointed by the President

B    appointed by the Home Ministry

C    elected by the People

D    elected by the Parliament

Question 2. How many languages have been listed in the Eighth Schedule of the Constitution of India?

A    22

B    14

C    15

D    18

Question 3. Which of the following Union Territories of India has the lowest Sex Ratio as per 2011 census?

A    Delhi

B    Daman and Diu

C    Andaman and Nicobar Islands

D    Lakshadweep

Question 4. Which one of the following is a natural source of Oxalic acid?

A    Lemon

B    Tomato

C    Ant sting

D    Milk

Question 5. Who gave the slogan ''Dilli Chalo'?

A    Mahatma Gandhi

B    Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru

C    Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose

D    Lord Curzon

Question 6. Kaziranga National Park is situated in

A    Assam

B    Haryana

C    Gujarat

D    New Delhi

Question 7. Kidambi Srikanth is associated with which game/sport?

A    Badminton

B    Hockey

C    Cricket

D    Tennis

Question 8. Which of the following years was declared as International Rice year by The United Nations?

A    2004

B    2005

C    2007

D    2006

Question 9. Which one of the following is the largest island in the world?

A    Seychelles

B    Finland

C    Greenland

D    Maldives

Question 10. __________________ Respiration is a process in which organisms produce energy in absence of oxygen.

A    Aerobic

B    Anaerobic

C    Heterotrophic

D    Autotrophic

Question 11. Kalamkari painting is from which State?

A    Andhra Pradesh

B    West Bengal

C    Manipur

D    Maharashtra

Question 12. Tungabhadra Dam is located in

A    Karnataka

B    Kerala

C    Goa

D    Maharashtra

Question 13. What is the formula for Time Period?

A   Frequency/4

B   1/Frequency

C  Frequency/2

D  2/Frequency

Question 14. When was the