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Time: 2 Hours Total Marks: 450

1. The unit of electric current is
(1) Watt
(2) Ampere
(3) Ohm
(4) Volt

2. Dinosaur was a
(1) Fish
(2) Bird
(3) Reptile
(4) Mammal

3. Laughing Gas is:
(1) Nitrogen
(2) Nitrous oxide
(3) Nitric Oxide
(4) Nitrogen peroxide

4. Heart beat in fever becomes :
(1) Faster
(2) Slower
(3) Uneven
(4) None of the above

5. Which of the following book is authored by Vishnu Sharma ?
(1) Panchatantra
(2) Meghadoot
(3) Kamayani
(4) Rubaiyat

6. Name of the first talkie film in India is :
(1) Raja Harishchandra
(2) Sati Anusuya
(3) Alam Ara
(4) Ram Rajya

7. The largest revenue source in India is :
(1) Sales Tax
(2) Income Tax
(3) Excise Duty
(4) Export Duty

8. In which city first law university in India has been established ?
(1) Trivandrum
(2) Ahmedabad
(3) Bengaluru
(4) New Delhi

9. Who was the first man to go into space ?
(1) Valentina Teresshkova
(2) Valdimir Titov
(3) Musa Manarov
(4) Yuri Gagarin

10. In India ‘Law Day’ is observed every year on ?
(1) January 26
(2) August 15
(3) May 26
(4) November 26

11. Which one of the following is not the effect of the revolution of the Earth ?
(1) Change of seasons
(2) Length of days and nights
(3) Determination of latitudes
(4) Change in the direction of winds and ocean currents

12. Which one of the following is present in the largest amount in terms of percent by mass in the earth’s crust ?
(1) Silicon
(2) Oxygen
(3) Carbon
(4) Calcium

13. Tides in the sea have stored in them :
(1) Hydraulic energy
(2) Kinetic energy
(3) Gravitational potential energy
(4) A combination of all the above three forms of energy

14. The total surface area of earth is :
(1) 510 million sq km
(2) 610 million sq km
(3) 710 million sq km
(4) 810 million sq km

15. Hailey’s Comet appears once in a period of :
(1) 24 years
(2) 32 years
(3) 76 years
(4) 84 years

16. A black hole is a :
(1) Contracted star with intense gravitational pull
(2) Star with very low surface temperature
(3) Star with no atmosphere
(4) Pulsating star

17. In the Nagpur Session of the Congress in the year 1920, who among the following moved the main resolution on Non-Cooperation?
(1) C. Rajagopalachari
(2) C.R. Das
(3) Madan Mohan Malaviya
(4) Motilal Nehru

18. Who among the following is the first Director of Directorate of Legal Education ?
(1) V.B. Coutinho
(2) Gopal Subrahmanyam
(3) S.N.P. Sinha
(4) Rohington Nariman

19. In which of the following Law Universities, Government of India recently established a fellowship in the name of Professor Jagadish Bhagavati?
(1) Cambridge
(2) Harvard
(3) Columbia
(4) National Law School, Bangalore

20. Indian Law Institute was instituted in the year :
(1) 1950
(2) 1952
(3) 1955
(4) 1956

21. What does ‘IPO’ mean in the securities market ?
(1) Investment Plan Offer
(2) Investment Promotion Order
(3) Initial Public Offer
(4) Industrial Plan Order

22. A formal instrument by which one person empowers another to represent him ?
(1) Will
(2) Power of Attorney
(3) Power
(4) Instrument of Representation

23. Ex parte decision means a decision given :
(1) After hearing both the parties
(2) Without proper procedure
(3) After observing proper procedure
(4) Without hearing the opponent

24. Human Rights Day is observed on ?
(1) 14th February
(2) 26th November
(3) 2nd October
(4) 10th December

25. The first President of independent India was ?
(1) Dr. Rajendra Prasad
(2) M.K. Gandhi
(3) Dr. S. Radhakrishnan
(4) Raj Gopalachari

26. The two nation theory was given by ?
(1) Sarojini Naidu
(2) M.A. Jinnah
(3) Jawaharlal Nehru
(4) Pherozeshah Mehta

27. Who founded the Banaras Hindu University ?
(1) Mahatma Gandhi
(2) Madan Mohan Malviya
(3) Jawaharlal Nehru
(4) W.C. Banerjee

28. In a written Constitution the task of interpretation goes to :
(1) Judiciary
(2) Executive
(3) Law department
(4) Legislature

29. India became a Sovereign Democratic Republic on :
(1) August 15, 1947
(2) January 26, 1950
(3) January 30, 1948
(4) November 26, 1950

30. Who appoints the Governor of Jammu and Kashmir state ?
(1) Chief Minister of State
(2) Chief Justice of High Court of Jammu and Kashmir State
(3) President of India
(4) Prime Minister of India

31. Which word is of a different class ?
(1) Horse
(2) Tiger
(3) Sheep
(4) Elephant

32. Find the odd man out :
(1) Square
(2) Cube
(3) Foot
(4) Prism

33. The square of a negative number is :
(1) Positive
(2) Negative
(3) Both
(4) None of the above

34. On subtracting 9 from which number, its digits are reversed :
(1) 45
(2) 36
(3) 54
(4) 48

35. The roman numerical for 100 is :
(1) L
(2) X
(3) C
(4) LX

36. Temporary tax levied to obtain revenue is called ?
(1) Cess
(2) Sales Tax
(3) Revenue Tax
(4) Surcharge

37. The gas which caused the Bhopal disaster was :
(1) CO
(2) CAN
(3) MIC
(4) SO2

38. Pisciculture is concerned with :
(1) Fish
(2) Silk
(3) Wine
(4) Fruit

39. Veins carry blood :
(1) Away from the heart
(2) Towards the heart
(3) Towards the brain
(4) None of the above

40. Once the blood clots at a wound, harmful bacteria are prevented from entering by :
(1) Antibodies
(2) Scab formation
(3) Antitoxins
(4) Exudation of serum

41. In one minute, heart beats :
(1) 60 times
(2) 62 times
(3) 72 times
(4) 82 times

42. What is the name of instrument used for measuring blood pressure ?
(1) Lactometer
(2) Sphygmomanometer
(3) Stethoscope
(4) Endoscope

43. DNA refers to :
(1) Di-oxyribonucleic Acid
(2) Dyoxide Acid
(3) Different Oxiberic Acts
(4) None of the above

44. Weight of the body is :
(1) Minimum at the equator
(2) Maximum at the equator
(3) Minimum at the poles
(4) Same everywhere

45. Deficiency of proteins causes
(1) Kwashiorkar
(2) Xerophthalmia
(3) Goitre
(4) Tuberculosis

46. A proclamation of national emergency automatically suspends
(1) All fundamental rights
(2) Right to freedom
(3) Right to constitutional remedies
(4) No fundamental right

47. Is the Supreme Court bound by its own decisions ?
(1) Yes
(2) No
(3) Depends on the case
(4) None of above

48. Right to fly National Flag is :
(1) A Fundamental Right
(2) A Fundamental Duty
(3) Is not a Fundamental Right
(4) Directive Principle

49. How many items were there in the Ninth Schedule when it was introduced ?
(1) 8
(2) 9
(3) 10
(4) 12

50. Which of the following is a Court of record ?
(1) Supreme Court
(2) High Court
(3) District Court
(4) Both (1) and (2)

51. The law making power of legislature is subjected to
(1) Fundamental rights
(2) Directive Principles
(3) Fundamental Duties
(4) Preamble

52. Privy Purse was abolished by the:
(1) 24th Amendment
(2) 25th Amendment
(3) 26th Amendment
(4) 27th Amendment

53. The Women’s Reservation Bill was first introduced in the Parliament in :
(1) 1996
(2) 1998
(3) 2000
(4) 2008

54. Who among the following coined the word “Gramswaraj” ?
(1) Pt. Nehru
(2) BR Ambedkar
(3) Mahatma Gandhi
(4) Madan Mohan Malviya

55. What is the duration of zero hour in the Lok Sabha ?
(1) 15 minutes
(2) Half an hour
(3) One hour
(4) Not specified

56. All-India Services come under Article :
(1) 310
(2) 312
(3) 316
(4) 319

57. How many languages are included in the 8th Schedule of Constitution?
(1) 14
(2) 12
(3) 22
(4) 15

58. The annual report of UPSC is submitted to :
(1) President
(2) Prime Minister
(3) Parliament
(4) Vice-President

59. Which Schedule of the Indian Constitution deals with Panchayats ?
(1) 9th
(2) 10th
(3) 11th
(4) 12th

60. In the States with bi-cameral legislature, the Upper House is known as :
(1) Vidhan Parishad
(2) Vidhan Sabha
(3) Council of State
(4) Council of Representatives

61. The maximum strength of the Rajya Sabha is :
(1) 250
(2) 245
(3) 240
(4) 200

62. The ‘speaker vote’ in the Lok Sabha is called :
(1) Sound Vote
(2) Veto
(3) Indirect Vote
(4) Casting Vote

63. Which Article of the Constitution of India deals with constitution of Parliament ?
(1) 78
(2) 89
(3) 79
(4) 80

64. According to Article 74(2) of the Constitution, which of the following statements relating to the question whether any and if so what advice was tendered by Ministers to the President would be correct ?
(1) It shall not be inquired into in any Court.
(2) It can be inquired into the Supreme Court.
(3) It can be inquired into in all courts.
(4) It cannot be inquired into in the High Courts.

65. Rights relating to freedom of religion are contained in :
(1) Articles 25 to 30
(2) Articles 26 to 30
(3) Articles 25 to 28
(4) Articles 25 to 31

66. The Fundamental Rights are available against the :
(1) Legislature
(2) Executive
(3) Judiciary
(4) State

67. Find the odd one out :
(1) Right to Equality
(2) Right to Property
(3) Cultural and Education rights
(4) Right against Exploitation

68. The ideals of ’liberty, equality and fraternity’ in the preamble is inspired by :
(1) Russian revolution
(2) French revolution
(3) Marxian thoughts
(4) Gandhian thoughts

69. Which portion of the Indian Constitution reflects the mind and Ideals of its framers ?
(1) Preamble
(2) Fundamental Rights
(3) Directive Principles
(4) Fundamental Duties

70. Indian Constitution is :
(1) Unitary
(2) Federal
(3) Quasi-federal
(4) None of above

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71. Dishonour of cheque was made a criminal offence in the year ?
(1) 1986
(2) 1987
(3) 1990
(4) 1989

72. Presumption of law which may be overcome by evidence is called :
(1) Conclusive Presumption
(2) Re-buttable Presumption
(3) Mandatory Presumption
(4) None of the above

73. Question of intention and knowledge are :
(1) Question of law
(2) Question of fact
(3) Mixed questions of law and facts
(4) All of the above

74. Which one of the following is not a part of Alternative Dispute Resolution ?
(1) Arbitration
(2) Litigation
(3) Conciliation
(4) Mediation

75. After independence the Supreme Court of India came into existence in the year ?
(1) 1953
(2) 1952
(3) 1951
(4) 1950

76. Which of the following offences does not affect the human body ?
(1) Culpable homicide
(2) Murder
(3) Assault
(4) Sedition

77. The Indian Contract Act was enacted in the year :
(1) 1974
(2) 1976
(3) 1872
(4) 1870

78. When an offer is addressed to the public at large the offer is called
(1) Advertisement
(2) Specific offer
(3) General offer
(4) Auction

79. An executed consideration is :
(1) An act of mutual exchange of promises
(2) An act done in the expectation of a proposal
(3) An act done in response to a positive promise
(4) None of the above

80. A proposal when accepted becomes :
(1) Offer
(2) Contract
(3) Promise
(4) Agreement

81. Homicide literally means : .
(1) The punishment of death
(2) Killing of animal
(3) Murder
(4) Killing of a human being by another human being

82. Offence of theft is related to :
(1) Movable and immovable properties
(2) Immovable property only
(3) Movable property only
(4) All of these

83. In kidnapping, the consent of minor is :
(1) Partly Material
(2) Wholly Material
(3) Partly Immaterial
(4) Wholly immaterial

84. The word Magistrate is used in which of the following Article of the Constitution of India ?
(1) 226
(2) 126
(3) 22
(4) 21

85. The Code of Criminal Procedure 1973 came into force on :
(1) 1st April 1973
(2) 1st April 1974
(3) 1st June 1973
(4) 1st June 1974

86. The retirement age of Chief Information Commissioner of India is :
(1) 65 years
(2) 62 years
(3) 60 years
(4) 55 years

87. Which of the following High Courts have permanent bench at Panaji?
(1) Mumbai
(2) Kolkata
(3) Karnataka
(4) Delhi

88. The concept of Public Interest Litigation originated in :
(1) Canada
(2) The United States of America
(3) Australia
(4) The United Kingdom

89. ‘Electronic Signature’ is introduced by :
(1) Information Technology (Amendment) Act, 2002
(2) Information Technology (Amendment) Act, 2004
(3) Information Technology (Amendment) Act, 2006
(4) Information Technology (Amendment) Act, 2008

90. National Law School of India Act, 1986 was passed by :
(1) Government of India
(2) Government of Andhra Pradesh
(3) Government of Karnataka
(4) Government of Kerala

91. The act of unlawfully entering into another’s property is called :
(1) Confinement
(2) Restraint
(3) Appropriation
(4) Trespass

92. The maxim “ubi jus ibi remedium” means :
(1) Where there is no principal, there can be no accessory
(2) Where there is no marriage, there is no dower
(3) For every wrong there is a remedy
(4) For every wrong there is no remedy

93. Penalty for a person illegally practicing in Courts and before other authorities is for the term of :
(1) 3 months
(2) 1 year
(3) 2 years
(4) 6 months

94. Ossification test is done to determine :
(1) Age
(2) Sex
(3) Blood Group
(4) Finger Print

95. What relationship a doctor has with his patient ?
(1) Moral
(2) Customary
(3) Statutory
(4) Fiduciary

96. The Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2000 came in to force with effect from :
(1) 1.04.2000
(2) 1.04.2001
(3) 1.11.2001
(4) 1.12.2000

97. Who among the following was the first Judge belonging to the Scheduled Caste, elevated to the Supreme Court of India
(1) A. Varadarajan
(2) B.C. Ray
(3) K Ramaswamy
(4) K.G. Balakrishnan

98. Who is the author of the book “Theory of Justice” ?
(1) John Rawls
(2) Charles de Montesquieu
(3) Granville Austin
(4) None of the above

99. The word collegium was first used by ?
(1) Justice Bhagawati
(2) Justice Subba Rao
(3) Justice Bose
(4) None of the above

100. Who among the following was the first woman Barrister in India ?
(1) Cornelia Sorabji
(2) Kamini Roy
(3) Kadambini Ganguly
(4) None of the above

101. Ten men can finish a work in 8 days. How many men will be needed to finish the same work in half-a-day ?
(1) 80
(2) 100
(3) 120
(4) 160

102. Which of the following States had set up an Administrative Tribunal for the first time in India?
(1) West Bengal
(2) Andhra Pradesh
(3) Madhya Pradesh
(4) Tamil Nadu

103. What is the meaning of Chattel ?
(1) Any property
(2) Immovable property
(3) Movable property
(4) Cow

104. Medical Science used for investigating crimes is known as :
(1) Criminal Medicine
(2) Epistemological Science
(3) Forensic Science
(4) Ontological Science

105. ‘Ipso facto’ means :
(1) In place of
(2) By reason of that fact
(3) By the same source
(4) By the way

106. The Central Vigilance Commission has been given “statutory status” with effect from :
(1) 25th August, 1990
(2) 25th August, 1996
(3) 25th August, 1998
(4) 25th August, 1997

107. Which of the following is not included within the meaning of intellectual property ?
(1) Patents
(2) Copyrights
(3) Trade Mark
(4) Property of an intellectual

108. Who among the following is the author of the book “Legally Speaking”?
(1) Justice V.R. Krishna Iyer
(2) Justice A.R. Lakshman
(3) Justice J.S. Verma
(4) Justice Y.V. Chandrachud

109. Who among the following is the author of the book “Justice for the Common Man” ?
(1) M.C. Seetalvad
(2) Nani Palkiwala
(3) H.M. Seervai
(4) D.D. Basu

110. Which of the following High Courts established the first Green Bench in the Country ?
(1) Calcutta
(2) Madras
(3) Allahabad
(4) Mumbai

111. The literal meaning of the word “bail” is :
(1) surety
(2) release
(3) temporary release
(4) none of the above

112. Who among the following is known as the father of ‘prison jurisprudence’ in India ?
(1) Justice Y.V. Chandrachud
(2) Justice V.R. Krishnaiyer
(3) Justice O. Chinnappareddy
(4) Justice Vivian Bose

113. Under the Indian Constitution there is no provision to give immunity from Criminal Prosecution to the :
(1) Prime Minister
(2) Chief Minister
(3) Ministers
(4) All of the above

114. The E-Court project was launched in :
(1) 2011
(2) 2010
(3) 2009
(4) 2007

115. In which of the following cases, the Supreme Court recently held that arming of tribes is unconstitutional ?
(1) Nandini Sundar Vs. State
(2) Kuldip Nayyar Vs. State
(3) Lyngdow Vs. State
(4) Purulia Arms Drop Case

116. A car completes a certain journey in 8 hours. It covers half the distance at 40km/hr and the rest at 60km/hr. The length of the journey is :
(1) 350km
(2) 420km
(3) 384km
(4) 400km

117. A is twice as fast as B and B is thrice as fast as C. The journey covered by C in 42 minutes will be covered by A in :
(1) 7 minutes
(2) 14 minutes
(3) 28 minutes
(4) 63 minutes

118. A vendor bought toffees at 6 for a rupee. How many for a rupee must he sell to gain 20% ?
(1) 3
(2) 4
(3) 5
(4) 6

119. By selling 100 pencils, a shopkeeper gains the selling price of 20 pencils. His gain percent is :
(1) 25%
(2) 20%
(3) 15%
(4) 12%

120. When a number is divided by 779, we get a remainder of 47. What remainder will be obtained by dividing the same number by 19 ?
(1) 6
(2) 7
(3) 9
(4) 11

121. If 35×35 = 1225 then 3.5×3.5 is :
(1) 11.25
(2) 12.25
(3) 1.225
(4) 1.125

122. In an examination 26 questions were asked. For each wrong answer 5 points were deducted and for each correct answer 8 points were awarded. If the score was zero after having answered all the questions, till how many questions were correctly answered ?
(1) 8
(2) 12
(3) 10
(4) 14

123. A has some mangos. He sold 40% more than he ate. If he sold 70 mangos, how many did he eat ?
(1) 50
(2) 90
(3) 18
(4) 42

124. Which of the following numbers would be the out come if 96 is divided by 4.8 ?
(1) 20
(2) 5
(3) 2
(4) .02

125. Which of the following numbers represents 30% of 450 ?
(1) 150
(2) 135
(3) 180
(4) 1350

126. Which of the following numbers is exactly divisible by 99 ?
(1) 3572404
(2) 135792
(3) 913464
(4) 114345

127. The smallest number of 5 digits beginning with 3 and ending with 5 is :
(1) 30015
(2) 31005
(3) 30005
(4) 50003

128. Which of the following numbers would be the result if 828 is multiplied with 25 ? .
(1) 20,500
(2) 20,600
(3) 20,700
(4) 20,900

129. Which of the following numbers would be next in the series of 2, 5,11,23,47,….
(1) 60
(2) 79
(3) 95
(4) 98

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130. Which out of the following numbers would be the next number in the series of 81, 27, 9, 3….
(1) 0
(2) 1
(3) 2
(4) 3

SECTION – II Either English Language

Note : Four alternatives are given as possible answers to each question. Give the correct choice as an answer.
Note: Questions 131-134 Select the word nearest in meaning to the given words :

131. Exaggerate :
(1) Earthly
(2) Understate
(3) Overstate
(4) Luxurious

132. Languish :
(1) To become strong
(2) To gain vitality
(3) To elevate
(4) To become dispirited

133. Rapport :
(1) Ambiguity
(2) Clarity
(3) Harmonious relation
(4) Cooperation

134. Rebate :
(1) Gift
(2) Interest
(3) Commission
(4) Discount

Questions 135-138
Select the word opposite in meaning to the given words :

135. Mercenary :
(1) Generous
(2) Cruel
(4) Covetous
(4) Wanton

136. Abhor :
(1) Love
(2) Hate
(3) Generous
(4) Vulgar

137. Folly :
(1) Right
(2) Exact
(3) Action
(4) Wisdom

138. Heighten :
(1) Widen
(2) Decrease
(3) Increase
(4) Strengthen

Questions 139-142
Fill in the blanks with correct preposition :

139. Never enter _____ my house again.
(1) in
(2) into
(3) at
(4) no preposition required

140. Divide twelve mangoes ____ three boys.
(1) to
(2) for
(3) among
(4) between

141. She comes _____ a noble family.
(1) of
(2) from
(3) out
(4) at

142. Professor Kumar will take______ as the new Principal tomorrow.
(1) up
(2) over
(3) on
(4) upon

Questions 143-146
Fill in the blanks with the correct word :

143. Unless he _____ this office, I will not say anything.
(1) does not leave
(2) left
(3) leaves
(4) did not leave

144. There is nothing _____than property in youth.
(1) quite miserable
(2) more miserable
(3) very miserable
(4) as miserable

145. An overdose of chloroform is ______ to a plant as to a man.
(1) enough fatal
(2) too fatal
(3) as fatal
(4) so fatal

146. My friend feels as though nothing _____to him.
(1) has happened
(2) happened
(3) had happened
(4) will have happened

Questions 147-148
Identify the part having an error in the following sentences :

147.
(1) the enmity between
(2) the two groups
(3) had reached a level
(4) where reconciliation has become impossible.

148.
(1) It being rainy day
(2) most of the people
(3) out on the street were
(4) carrying umbrellas

Questions 149-150
Select the option that best expresses the meaning of the following idioms :

149. By the skin of one’s teeth :
(1) Just
(2) narrowly
(3) in time
(4) hurriedly

150. Hobson’s choice :
(1) excellent choice
(2) horse-race
(3) no choice
(4) rejection of offer

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