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1. दुनिया का सबसे छोटा महाद्वीप कौनसा है ?

(1)   ऑस्ट्रेलिया
(2)   एशिया
(3)   दक्षिण अमरिका
(4)   यूरोप

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Answer⇒ 1


2. जनगणना 2011 के अनुसार भारत में सर्वाधिक जनसंख्या घनत्व वाला राज्य है –

(1)   पश्चिम बंगाल
(2)   उत्तर प्रदेश
(3)   बिहार
(4)   महाराष्ट्र

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Answer⇒3


3. पंडित शिव कुमार शर्मा………….वादक हैं ।

(1)    सारंगी
(2)    संतूर
(3)    सितार
(4)   वीणा

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Answer⇒2


4. दिए गए विकल्पों में से सम्बन्धित शब्द को चुनिए पक्षी : हवाई जहाज :: मछली : ?

(1)   मछुआरा
(2)   सोफा
(3)   नाव
(4)   चश्मा

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Answer⇒ 3


5. गंगा की ओर संकेत करते हुए सचिन ने कहा, “मैं उसके दादा के एकलौते बेटे का बेटा हूँ।” सचिन का गंगा से क्या रिश्ता है?

(1)   भाई
(2)   बेटा
(3)   पिता
(4)   चचेरा भाई

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Answer⇒1


6. खाना बनाते समय यदि बर्तन की तली बाहर से काली हो रही है, तो इसका मतलब है –

(1)   भोजन पूरी तरह नहीं पका है।
(2)   ईंधन पूरी तरह से नहीं जल रहा है।
(3)   ईंधन पूरी तरह से जल गया है।
(4)   ईंधन आई है।

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Answer⇒ 2


7. किसी सामान्य वयस्क व्यक्ति की विश्राम-अवस्था में औसत श्वसन दर होती है –

(1)   9-12 प्रति मिनट
(2)   15-18 प्रति मिनट
(3)   21-24 प्रति मिनट
(4)   30-33 प्रति मिनट

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Answer⇒ 2


8. एक वस्तु का भार पृथ्वी की सतह पर 10 न्यूटन है, इस वस्तु का चन्द्रमा पर भार होगा –

(1)   1.67N
(2)   16.7N
(3)   10N
(4)   60N

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Answer⇒1


9. धातुओं के सम्बन्ध में कौनसा कथन असत्य है ?

(1)   पारा कमरे के ताप पर द्रव होता है।
(2)   सोडियम को चाकू से नहीं काटा जा सकता है।
(3)   चाँदी ऊष्मा की सबसे अच्छी चालक है।
(4)   सीसा विद्युत का कुचालक है।

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Answer⇒2


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10. विज्ञान की उस शाखा का नाम बताइए जो ध्वनि तथा ध्वनि तरंगों का अध्ययन करती है

(1)   एरोनौटिक्स
(2)   एकाउस्टिक्स
(3)   ऐरोस्टेटिक्स
(4)   इटियोलॉजी

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Answer⇒2


11. 1 से 30 तक सभी प्राकृतिक संख्याओं का योग है

(1)   465
(2)   455
(3)   475
(4)   450

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Answer⇒1


13. 3 अंकों वाली सबसे बड़ी संख्या जो 35 से पूर्णतः भाज्य है

(1)   970
(2)   980
(3)   945
(4)   985

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Answer⇒2


14. एक कक्षा में, लड़कों से लड़कियों का अनुपात 7 : 4 है। यदि कक्षा में 84 लड़कें है तो कक्षा में छात्रों की कुल संख्या है

(1)   132
(2)   126
(3)   136
(4)   148

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Answer⇒ 1


16. एक त्रिभुज के तीनों कोण 1 : 2 : 1 के अनुपात में है, तो इनमें सबसे बड़ा कोण कितना होगा?

(1)    45°
(2)    90°
(3)    60°
(4)   120°

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Answer⇒ 2


17. निम्नलिखित का मान ज्ञात करें

4-[6-12-(10-8-)}]

(1)   0
(2)   1
(3)   2
(4)   3

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Answer⇒3


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18. वह सबसे छोटा कौनसा अंक है, जिसे 12, 15, 20 और 54 से विभाजित करने पर 8 शेषफल प्राप्त होता है ?

(1)   548
(2)   544
(3)   538
( 4)   इनमें से कोई नहीं

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Answer⇒1


21. किसी कम्प्यूटर पर कार्य करने हेतु प्रयुक्त प्रोग्राम को यह कहते हैं

(1)    सॉफ्टवेयर
(2)    माउस
(3)   की-बोर्ड
(4)   हार्डवेयर

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Answer⇒1


23. कम्प्यूटर में भंडारित आँकड़ें प्रायः किस रूप में भंडारित किए जाते हैं?

(1)   बिट्स
(2)   दशमलव
(3)   अक्षर
(4)   इनमें से कोई नहीं

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Answer⇒ 4


24. “बिट” का क्या मान हो सकता हैं ?

(1)   0
(2)   1
(3)   0 और 1
(4)   न तो 0 और न 1 ही

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Answer⇒3


25. इनमें से कौन एक ऑपरेटिंग सिस्टम है?

(1)   ओपेरा
(2)   गूगल क्रोम
(3)   माइक्रोसॉफ्ट ऑफिस
(4)   विंडोज 8

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Answer⇒4


26. वेबसाइट के मुख्य पृष्ठ को क्या कहते हैं

(1)   लघु पेज
(2)   होम पेज
(3)   हाउस पेज
(4)   इनमें से कोई नहीं

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Answer⇒ 2


Questions 26 to 30: Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of
the four alternatives.

Passage – 1

The Arabian Camel has only one hump on its back.
Its cousin called the Bactrian camel, which lives in Central Asia,
has two humps on its back In other respects they resemble each other.
They are both large animals with slender legs.
The feet are broad and expanded and so they do not sink in the sand of the desert.
It can travel over long distances at a stretch in the desert.
No wonder it is called “the ship of the desert”
The camel has a long neck with a short head.
It has large and small rounded ears. Its upper lip is divided and protrudes over the lower.
Its slit like nostrils can be closed at will.
The camel can be used to store water in times of drought.
The camel was domesticated by men, long| long ago.
For centuries the desert nomads have used the camel as the beast of burden and for its milk and meat.
The camel is found in the desert portions of

Africa and Asia.


26. Where does the camel store water?

(1)   It stores water in the hump
(2)   In the stomach with three compartments, two of which can store water
(3)   Its master stores water for it
(4)   It can not store it.

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Answer⇒1


27. The nomads do not use the camel for.

(1)   travelling from place to place
(2)   milk and meat
(3)   storing water to be used for their household needs.
(4)   carrying their burden

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Answer⇒3


28. How does the Arabian camel differ from the Bactrian camel?

(1)   One comes from Arabia, the other from Bactria.
(2)   One has a hump on its back, the other has two humps
(3)   There is no difference and they resemble each other
(4)   One has slender legs, the other has broad feet.

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Answer⇒2


29. Why is camel called the ship of the desert?

(1)   The feet are broad and do not sink in the desert
(2)   It can travel long distances at a stretch it the desert
(3)   It can store water in its stomach
(4)   It looks like a ship while moving

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Answer⇒  1


30. What is peculiar about a camels nostrils?

(1)   It can smell very well
(2)   They are used to breathe freely
(3)   They can be closed at will during a sand storm
(4)   They look very beautiful as they are slit like

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Answer⇒  3


Passage-2

All the NRIs holding their green cards and passports, looked complacent an civilized.
That’s just how it was, wasn’t it? Fortune piled on more good fortune.
They had more money and because they had more money, that would get more money.
It was easy for them to stand in line and they stood patiently,
displaying how they didn’t have to fight anymore;
their manners proved just how well taken care of they were.
And they couldn’t wait for the shopping “Shopping ke liye jaenge,
bhel puri khaenge.Dollars me kamaenge, pum pum pum.” “Only eight rupees to the tailor,
only twenty-two cents!” they would say,
triumphantly translating everything into American currency;
and while the shopping was converted into dollars,
tips to the servants could be calculated in local currency. “Fifteen hundred rupees,
is he mad? Give him one hundred, even that’s too much.”


31. The world’s “complacent’ means:

(1)   compulsory
(2)   complicated
(3)   self-satisfied
(4)   self-confident

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Answer⇒3


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32. The word’triumphant’ means:

(1)   victorious
(2)   vibrant
(3)   vast
(4)   extravagant

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Answer⇒ 1


33. NRI’s holding their green cards and passports are standing in line at:

(1)   Railway station
(2)   Airport
(3)   Shopping complex
(4)   Hotel

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Answer⇒ 2


34. Green card holder have arrived from:

(1)   America
(2)   England
(3)   France
(4)   Russia

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Answer⇒1


35. NRI’s will not convert rupees into dollars while:

(1)   Paying to tailors
(2)   Paying tips to the servants
(3)   Paying in a hotel
(4)   Purchasing grocery

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Answer⇒4


36 to 38: Fill in the blanks using the correct preposition.


36. He lives…………….. malabar street.

(1)   at
(2)   across
(3)   inn
(4)   onto

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Answer⇒ 1


37. He was stabbed ……………. a lunatic with a dragger.

(1)   from
(2)   on
(3)   off
(4)   by

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Answer⇒4


38. I have eaten nothing …………… yesterday.

(1)   from
(2)   past
(3)   since
(4)   till

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Answer⇒3


Question 39 to 41 :In each of these questions arrange the jumbled letters or phrases to make a
meaningful sentence.

39.
P: each year
Q: two to five adults
R: get cold
S: on an average

(1)   PSR
(2)   PRS
(3)   SRP
(4)   RSP

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Answer⇒1


40.

P: can be dangerous
Q: the indiscriminate
R: without medical supervision
S: and critical use of any drug

(1)   PRS
(2)   PROS
(3)   
SRP
(4)   SPOR

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Answer⇒3


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41

P: destroyed careers
Q: many
R: has resulted in
S: drug addiction

(1)   PRS
(2)   PROS
(3)   SRP
(4)   SPR

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Answer⇒ 3


Question 42 to 44 : Indicate the error in each of the following sentences.

42
(1)   When one hears of
(2)   the incident
(3)   about the plane crash he
(4)   feels very sorry

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Answer⇒3


43.
(1)   I went there
(2)   with a view to survey
(3)   the entire
(4)   procedure

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Answer⇒2


44

(1)    It had laid
(2)   in the closet
(3)   for a week before
(4)   we found it.

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Answer⇒1


Question 45 to 50:

Choose the correct group of words phrase from the choices given and fill in the
blanks to make meaningful sentence.


45. A garden knife is……………. used for pruning.

(1)    generally
(2)   compulsorily
(3)   systematically
(4)   daily

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Answer⇒ 1


46. I’ll take ………… now as I have anothers appointment – somewhere else.

(1)   departure
(2)   my leave
(3)   permission
(4)   leave from work

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Answer⇒ 3


47. She will tell you ………. to the party.

(1)   what bring
(2)   what will bring
(3)   what to bring
(4)   to bring

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Answer⇒3


48. Synonym of ‘Enough’is

(1)   Complete
(2)   Balance
(3)   Adequate
(4)   Inadequate

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Answer⇒3


49. Synonym of ‘Dedicated’ is

(1)   Sincere
(2)   Submissive
(3)   Devoted
(4)   Loyal

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Answer⇒ 3


50. Antonym of ‘Eternal is

(1)   Continuol
(2)   Endless
(3)   Momentary
(4)   Everlasting

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Answer⇒ 3

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