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Time: 2 Hours Total Marks: 450

1. National Voter’s day is on :
(1) 25th January
(2) 26th January
(3) 26th November
(4) 24th December

2. Indian Coast Guard has inducted a high-speed patrolling ship :
(1) Paradep
(2) Amogh
(3) Vistar
(4) Gagan

3. The universal law of gravitation was propounded by :
(1) Galileo
(2) Copernicus
(3) Newton
(4) Kapler

4. PRAGATI (Pro Active Goernance and Timely Implementation) program is :
(1) Grievance redressal echanism
(2) Social Audit mechanism
(3) Whistle Blower orgaiation
(4) None of the above

5. Which of the following type of mirror is used in the head lamps of cars ?
(1) Spherical convex mirror
(2) Spherical concave mirror
(3) Parabolic concave mirror
(4) Plane mirror

6. Who won Raman Magsaysay Award 2015 ?
(1) Sanjiv Chaturvedi & Anshu Gupta
(2) Ashok Khemka
(3) Neleema Mishra
(4) Harsh Nanda and Deep Joshi

7. Which State hosted 35th National Games ?
(1) Haryana
(2) Karnataka
(3) Goa
(4) Kerala

8. Which country is set to host 2022 Winter Olympics ?
(1) Beijing
(2) Tokyo
(3) South Korea
(4) Rio De Janeiro

9. Who was choosen for Dada Saheb Phalke Awards 2015 ?
(1) Gulzar
(2) Pran
(3) Saumitra Chatterjee
(4) Shashi Kapoor

10. Find out missing number

(1) 5
(2) 9
(3) 10
(4) 21

11. Dolomite is an ore of which of the following ?
(1) Lead
(2) Iron
(3) Manganese
(4) Zinc

12. If 20 – 10 means 200, 8/4 means 12,6 x 2 means 4, then 100-10 x 1000/ 1000+ 100 x 10=?
(1) 0
(2) 20
(3) 1090
(4) 1900

13. in the numbers from 100 to 1000, how many times digit 1 comes at the ten’s place ?
(1) 9
(2) 10
(3) 90
(4) 900

14. ‘Penicillin’ the widely used antibiotic is produced by :
(1) Synthetic means
(2) An algae
(3) A fungus
(4) A bacterium

15. If the numbers from 1 to 45 which are exactly divisible by 3 are arranged in ascending  minimum number being on the top, which would come at ninth place from the top?
(1) 18
(2) 21
(3) 24
(4) 27

Directions : (Question Nos. 16 – 18) : Study the following five numbers and answer the questions given below:
517 325 639 841 792

16. What will be the first digit of the second highest number after the positions of only the second and the third digits within each number are interchanged ?
(1) 2
(2) 7
(3) 8
(4) 9

17. What will be the last digit of the third number from top when they are arranged in descending order after reversing the positions of the digits within each number ?
(1) 2
(2) 3
(3) 5
(4) 7

18. What will be the middle digit of the second lowest number after the positions of only the first and the second digits within each number are interchanged ?
(1) 2
(2) 3
(3) 5
(4) 7

19. Ignorance of law is :
(1) not an excuse in Indian Law
(2) is an excuse in Indian Law
(3) no such legal principle is followed in Indian Law
(4) partly an excuse in Indian Law

20. Which is the first metal used by man ?
(1) Copper
(2) Silver
(3) Bronze
(4) Brass

21. Which of the following helps in determining the age of a tree ? (1) its height
(2) its diameter
(3) its sap
(4) its rings

22. Which of the following is not regarded as the contribution of the Mauryan Period in the history of India ?
(1) A system of statecraft
(2) Artificial Caves
(3) Unification of the continent under a single government
(4) Earliest stone sculpture

23. Which of the following is related to ’Bijak’ ?
(1) Ravidas
(2) Kabir
(3) Surdas
(4) Tulsidas

24. Which of the following cities was not founded by Firoz Shah ?
(1) Fatehabad
(2) Fatehpur Sikri
(3) Jaunpur
(4) Hissar

25. The number of Judges in the Supreme Court at present is :
(1) 25 Judges
(2) 26 judges deluding the Chief Justice of India
(3) Chief justice of India and 20 other Judges
(4) Chief justice of India and 16 other Judges

26. Who presides over the joint session of the two Houses of Indian Parliament ?
(1) Deputy Chairman of Rajya Sabha
(2) President
(3) Vice-President
(4) Speaker of Lok Sabha

27. Which among the following is India’s largest Tiger reserve ?
(1) Periyar
(2) Kanha
(3) Bandipur
(4) Gir

28. Right to vote in India is based on the principle of:
(1) restricted franchise
(2) hereditary privilege
(3) universal adult franchise
(4) proprietary qualifications

29.The following was the Chairman of the Boundary Commission which Punjab and Bengal ?
(1) Lord Mountbatten
(2) Sir Cyril Radcliffe
(3) Sir Stafford Cripps
(4) Lord P. Lawrence

30. Once appointed, judges of Supreme Court serve till they attain the age of:
(1) 62
(2) 63
(3) 64
(4) 65

31. ’Quit India Resolution’ was passed at which of the following places of the All India Congress Committee Session ?
(1) Rawalpindi
(2) Karachi
(3) Bombay
(4) Calcutta

32. Who of the following was the President of the Congress Party at the time of independence?
(1) Sarojini Naidu
(2) Subhas Chandra Bose
(3) J. B. Kripalani
(4) J. L. Nehru

33. Who of the following was the Viceroy of India when King George V visited India?
(1) Lord Ripon
(2) Lord Hastings
(3) Lord Curzon
(4) Lord Harding

34. Which of the following is biggest ?
(1) Arctic circle
(2) Equator
(3) Tropic of Cancer
(4) Tropic of Capricorn

35. Which of the following is the most important crop of the temperate grasslands ?
(1) Sugarcane
(2) Date
(3) Cereals
(4) Citrus fruit

36. Which of the following represents the boundary between Germany and Poland ?
(1) 18th parallel
(2) Hindenberg line
(3) Maginot line
(4) Durand line

37. Ancient treatise on law :
(1) Vedas
(2) Upanishads
(3) Smritis
(4) Shrutis

38. Who is associated with drafting of the Indian Penal Code ?
(1) Lord Macaulay
(2) Sir Frederic Pollock
(3) Mulla
(4) Sir H. S. Maine

39. The father of International Law is :
(1) Plato
(2) Aristotle
(3) Grotius
(4) Denning

40. To be eligible for election as President, a candidate must be :
(1) 25 years of age
(2) 30 years of age
(3) 35 years of age
(4) 40 years of age

41. Who among the following wrote thebook on Indira Gandhi’s election case namely “The Case that Shook India” ?
(1) H. M. Seervai
(2) Raj Narain
(3) F. S. Nariman
(4) Prashant Bhushan

42. By which Article of the Constitution the untouchability is abolishied and its practice has been made punishable ?
(1) 15
(2) 16
(3) 15(4)
(4) 17

43. Who among the following is known as the chief legal advisor to the government of India ?
(1) Chief Justice of India
(2) Attorney General of India
(3) Solicitor General of India
(4) Secretary, Ministry of Law

44. India’s first court-annexed mediation centre, was established in ?
(1) Delhi
(2) Tamil Nadu
(3) Kerala
(4) Karanataka

45. Mist is a result of which one of the following ?
(1) Condensation
(2) Evaporation
(3) Sublimation
(4) Saturation

46. Who among the following was the Chairman of Bar Council of India during Emergency (1975) ?
(1) Fali S. Nariman
(2) Shanti Bhushan
(3) Ram Jethmalani
(4) Justice P. N. Bhagwati

47. In which of the following states land reform failed to take off ?
(1) Punjab
(2) Tamil Nadu
(3) Haryana
(4) M. P.

48. The Precise formulation of the specific accusation made against a person who is entitled to know its nature at the earliest stage is called :
(1) FIR
(2) Charge
(3) Charge Sheet
(4) Police Report

49. A person who has suffered any loss or injuiry caused by reason of the act or omission for which the accused person has been charged, is called ?
(1) Complainant
(2) Injured
(3) de-facto-complainant
(4) victim

50. The first Anti-terror legislation in India was :
(1) POTA
(2) TADA
(3) FERA
(4) NIA Act

51. No person shall engage in smoking in a public place. This rule has been notified and came in effect on :
(1) 2 October, 2006
(2) 2 October, 2007
(3) 2 October, 2008
(4) 2 October, 2009

52. Which of the following judges was appointed to the Supreme Court of India on day of Golden Jubilee of Supreme Court of India – January 28, 2000 ?
(1) Justice Y. K. Sabarwal
(2) Justice Ruma Pal
(3) Justice Saghir Ahmed
(4) Both (1) and (2)

53. Who of the following was the first British Governor General of India ?
(1) Lord Mountbatten
(2) Warren Hastings
(3) Chakrawarti Rajagopalachari
(4) Lord Macauley

54. In which of the following years Pokharan Test conducted ?
(1) 1970
(2) 1974
(3) 1978
(4) 1982

55. Supreme Court of India has passed a resolution requiring the justices of the Supreme Court to report their assets to the Chief Justice in :
(1) 1997
(2) 1999
(3) 1996
(4) 1990

56. Which of the following is not an organ of the UNO ?
(1) General Assembly
(2) Security Council
(3) WTO
(4) Economic and Social Council

57. Rio Summit (1992) relates to which of the following subjects?
(1) Atomic Energy
(2) High Seas
(3) Environment
(4) Earthquake

58. of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights was enacted in :
(1) 1966
(2) 1976
(3) 1986
(4) 1992

59. ‘Fundamental Rights’ resolution was adopted in:
(1) Karachi Session
(2) Tripura Session
(3) Madras Session
(4) Nagpur Session

60. World Intellectual Property Day is observed annually on :
(1) April 26
(2) May 26
(3) February 26
(4) March 26

61. The primary source of Muslim law is :
(1) Quran
(2) Hades
(3) Ijma
(4) Khiyas

62. The language of the Supreme Court is :
(1) Hindi
(2) Language of the parties
(3) Any language in the 8th Schedule
(4) English

63. Imprisonment means:
(1) Simple imprisonment
(2) Rigorous imprisonment
(3) Simple or Rigorous imprisonment
(4) Detention

64. The first Lok Adalat was held at:
(1) New Delhi
(2) Jaipur
(3) Cochin
(4) Chennai

65. Which of the following is not a Writ issued by the Supreme Court ?
(1) Mandamus
(2) Quo warranto
(3) Habeas corpus
(4) Suomoto

66. In a bailable offence, the bail is granted as a matter of right :
(1) the police officer and the court
(2) the court
(3) the police officer
(4) Either (1) or (2)

67. After independence, the first woman sentenced to death by the Madras Sessions Court was:
(1) Nanawati
(2) Nirmala
(3) Monica Bedi
(4) Phoolan Devi

68. For the application of Section 149 of IPC, there must be at least :
(1) Three persons
(2) Four persons
(3) Five persons
(4) More than five persons

69. Law excuses acts done under influence of intoxication, the intoxication :
(1) must be high
(2) must be voluntary
(3) must be involuntary
(4) Both (1) & (2) above

70. Copyright subsists for :
(1) 50 years
(2) 60 years
(3) 70 years
(4) 80 years

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71. Uniform Civil Code is envisaged in which Article of the Constitution of India ?
(1) 42
(2) 43
(3) 44
(4) 45

72. A crime of unlawfully damaging or destroying property by fire is called :
(1) Burglary
(2) Affray
(3) Arson
(4) Rioting

73. An order of a Court pronounced on the hearing of a suit is called :.
(1) Dehor
(2) Degree
(3) Decree
(4) Deed

74. Mens rea is :
(1) guilty mind
(2) intention
(3) evil
(4) unlawful act

75. The two underlying concepts of Administrative Law are :
(1) Separation of Power only
(2) Rule of Law and Separation of Power
(3) It is only one Rule of Law
(4) Delegated Legislation

76. Who among the following is the guardian of the public purse ?
(1) Parliament
(2) Public Accounts Committee
(3) President
(4) Comptroller and Auditor-General

77. A Writ by Court, to some person or body to compel to perform some public duty is:
(1) Quo Warranto
(2) Habeis Corpus
(3) Mandamus
(4) Proiijibon

78. The mistaken decision of a court:
(1) Per incuriam
(2) Per curiam
(3) Per intortunium
(4) Pepper corn

79. Law of contract is a :
(1) Public Law
(2) Private Law
(3) International Law
(4) Conflict of Laws

80. The largest coal reserves of India are found in :
(1) Chhatisgarh
(2) Jharkhand
(3) Madhya Pradesh
(4) Odisha

81. In criminal law the burden of proving the guilt of an accused lies upon the :
(1) Complaint
(2) Defence
(3) Prosecution
(4) Eye witnesses

82. A Woman Who institutes and carries on proceedings in a Criminal Court of law
(1) Prosecutrix
(2) Prostitution
(3) Fallen
(4) Prosecutor

83. Civil Procedure Code relates to :
(1) Legislative Procedure
(2) Civil Court Procedure
(3) Revenue Matters
(4) Only Supreme Court Matters

84. The Bhoodan Movement accepted voluntary donations of land for the purpose of:
(1) distributing it among the Harijans
(2) distributing it among the landless
(3) setting up co-operative farming
(4) setting up of collective farms

85. The Indian Space Research Organisation is at:
(1) Bangaluru
(2) Thumba
(3) Thrivananthpuram
(4) Sri Harikota

86. Name of a device that changes a electrical energy to kinetic energy:
(1) Electric motor
(2) Lantern
(3) Davis lamp
(4) Electric bulb

87. Whose consent is required for a Money Bill to be introduced in a state Assembly?
(1) Governor
(2) Speaker
(3) Chief Minister
(4) Finance Minister

88. Which one of the following is a bulwark of personal freedom ?
(1) Mandamus
(2) Habeas Corpus
(3) Quo Warranto
(4) Certiorari

89. Election Commission is a :
(1) Constitutional body
(2) Political body
(3) Quasi-judicial and quasi-political body
(4) Judicial body

90. The power to direct, control the elections to the Panchayat is vested in
(1) State Election Commission
(2) Election Commission at the Centre
(3) Delimitation Commission at State Level
(4) Governor

91. The essential ingredients of a crime are .
(1) motive, mens rea and actus reus
(2) motive, intention and knowledge
(3) actus reus and mens rea
(4) knowledge intention and action

92. Of the following, medicine for Typhoid is :
(1) Chloroquin
(2) Vitamin
(3) Chloramycetin
(4) Sulpha Drugs

93. I am facing South. I turn right and walk 20 m. Then I turn right again and walk 10 m. Then I turn left and walk 10 m and then turning right walk 20 m. Then I turn right again and walk 60 m. In which direction am I from the starting point ?
(1) North
(2) North-West
(3) East
(4) North-East

94. If each of the dimensions of a rectangle is increased by 200%, the area is increased by:
(1) 300%
(2) 200%
(3) 800%
(4) 600%

95. The number missing in the series 2,5,10, 17……….37,50, 65 is :
(1) 27
(2) 22
(3) 24
(4) 26

96. A clock seen through a mirror shows 8 o’clock. What is the correct time ?
(1) 12.20
(2) 4.00
(3) 12.40
(4) 8.00

97. In a class of 35 students, Kunal is placed seventh from the bottom whereas Sonali is placed ninth from the top. Pulkit is placed exactly in between the two. What is Kunal’s position from Pulkit ?
(1) 9
(2) 10
(3) 11
(4) 13

98. Which of the following numbers should be added to 11158 to make it exactly divisible by 77 ?
(1) 9
(2) 8
(3) 7
(4) 5

Directions : In each of Ike following questions, four words have keen given, out of which three are alike in some manner and the fourth one is different. Choose out the odd one

99.
(1) Medium
(2) Average
(3) Mediocre
(4) Terrible

100.
(1) Gallon
(2) Ton
(3) Quintal
(4) Kilogram

101.
(1) Wood
(2) Cork
(3) Stone
(4) Paper

102. A number divided by 56 gives 29 as remainder. If the same number is divided by 8, the remainder will be:
(1) 4
(2) 5
(3) 6
(4) 7

103. In a certain code, FIRE is written as QHOE and MOVE as ZMWE. Following the same rule of coding, what should be the code for the word OVER ?
(1) MWED
(2) MWEO
(3) MWOE
(4) MWZO

104. In a coding system, PEN is written as NZO and BARK as CTSL. How can we write PRANK in that coding system ?
(1) CSTZN
(2) NSTOL
(3) NTSLO
(4) NZTOL

105. L.C.M. of 22,54,108,135,198 is :
(1) 330
(2) 1980
(3) 5940
(4) 11880

106. If the H.C.F. of two numbers (each greater than 13) be 13 and L.C.M. 273, then the sum of the numbers will be :
(1) 286
(2) 130
(3) 288
(4) 290

107. N ranks fifth in a class. S is eighth from the last. If T is sixth after N and just in the middle of N and S, then how many students are there in the class ?
(1) 23
(2) 24
(3) 25
(4) 26

108. The smallest number which is divisible by 12,15,20 and is a perfect square, is :
(1) 400
(2) 900
(3) 1600
(4) 3600

109. The greatest number of 4 digits which is divisible by 12,18,21,28 is :
(1) 9848
(2) 9864
(3) 9828
(4) 9836

110. Sakeera started from:
(1) 78 BC
(2) 78 AD
(3) 300 BC
(4) 124 AD

111. In a group of cows and hens, the number of legs are 14 more than twice the number of heads. The number of cows is :
(1) 5
(2) 7
(3) 10
(4) 12

112. Delhi become capital of India in :
(1) 1910
(2) 1911
(3) 1916
(4) 1923

113. In the year 2004, Najma got Rs. 2305,08 as her pocket allowance. Her pocket allowance per day was :
(1) Rs. 6.30
(2) Rs. 6.31
(3) Rs. 6.32
(4) Rs. 6.40

114. The number of boys in a class is three times the number of girls. Which one of the following numbers cannot represent the total number of children in the class ?
(1) 48
(2) 44
(3) 42
(4) 40

115. In an examination, a student scores 4 marks for every correct answer and loss 1 mark for every wrong answer. If he attempts all 75 questions and secures 125 marks, the number of questions he attempts correctly is :
(1) 35
(2) 40
(3) 42
(4) 46

116. After measuring 120 meters of a rope, it was discovered that the meter rod was 3 cm longer. The true length of the rope measures is :
(1) 116 m. 40 cm.
(2) 121m. 20 cm.
(3) 123 m.
(4) 123 m. 60 cm.

117. If Ram, while selling two cows at the same price, makes a profit of 20%. On one cow and suffers a loss of 20% on the other cow, then :
(1) He makes no profit and no loss
(2) He suffers a loss of 1%
(3) He makes a profit of 1%
(4) He suffers a loss of 2%

118. In a chess tournament each of the 6 players will pay every other player only once. How many maches will be played during the tournament ?
(1) 12
(2) 15
(3) 30
(4) 36

119. A vessel full of water weighs 40 kg. If it is half filled, its weight is 30 kg. The weight of the empty vessel is :
(1) 10 kg.
(2) 15 kg.
(3) 20 kg.
(4) 25 kg.

120. The mean of 100 items was found to be 30. If at the time of calculation, two items were wrongly taken as 32 and 12 instead of 23 and 11, the correct mean is:
(1) 29.4
(2) 29.5
(3) 29.8
(4) 29.9

121. The average of three numbers is 28. The first number is half of the second and the third number is twice the second. The third number is :
(1) 18
(2) 24
(3) 36
(4) 48

122. A man covers half of his journey as 6 km/hr and the remaining half at 3 km/hr His average speed is :
(1) 9 km/hr
(2) 4.5 km/hr
(3) 4 km/hr
(4) 3km/hr

123. A man bought 5 shirts at Rs. 450 each, 4 trouser at Rs 750 each and 12 pairs of shoes at Rs. 750 each. What is the average expenditure per article ?
(1) Rs. 1000
(2) Rs. 900
(3) Rs. 800
(4) Rs. 678.50

124. If the sum of a few numbers is 450 and their mean is 50 of another number 100 is included, the mean would become:
(1) 55
(2) 60
(3) 75
(4) 80

125. In how many ways can a group of 5 men and 2 women be made out of a total of 7 men and 3 women ?
(1) 63
(2) 45
(3) 126
(4) 90

126. Two dices are thrown simultaneously. The probability of obtaining a total score of 8 is:
(1) 5/36
(2) 1/6
(3) 1/9
(4) 7/36

127. How many days are there from 3rd February,1989 to 9th June,1989?
(1) 14
(2) 130
(3) 152
(4) 127

128. The ratio between two numbers is 2 : 3. If the consequent is 24, the antecedent is:
(1) 36
(2) 16
(3) 48
(4) 72

129. Which of the following is a mode of revocation of proposal ?
(1) Notice of revocation
(2) Lapse of time
(3) Death of offeror
(4) All of the above

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130. An act is punishable as a crime?
(1) if it is accompanied by a quality mind
(2) if it is accompanied by a notice, intention and knowledge
(3) even if it is accompanied by a quality mind
(4) if some harm issued by the act

SECTION – II Either
English Language

Note: Four alternatives are given as possible answers to each question. Give the correct choice as an answer.
Question No. 131-134 : Select the word nearest in meaning to the given words :

131. Unabated:
(1) Unsympathetic
(2) Unaltered
(3) Unparalleled
(4) Uncompromising

132. Reinforced :
(1) Strengthened
(2) Reconstructed
(3) Replaced
(4) Restructured

133. Colossal:
(1) Evil
(2) Colourful
(3) Gigantic
(4) Atheletic

134. Diatribes:
(1) Criticism
(2) lengthy letter
(3) exclusive club
(4) ancient

Question No. 135-138 : Select the word opposite in meaning to the given words:

135. Lavish:
(1) Grand
(2) penny wise
(3) frugal
(4) dull

136. Subvert:
(1) Strengthen
(2) Create
(3) Conquer
(4) Escalate

137. Deliberately:
(1) Unintentionally
(2) Reluctantly
(3) Wrongly
(4) Notoriously

(1) (2) (3) (4)
(1) Invincible
(2) Rational
(3) Unprecedeiter
(4) Deliberate

138. Despise:
(1) Detest
(2) Hate
(3) Relieve
(4) Love

Question No. 139-142 :Fill in the blanks with the correct word:

139. These elections will be remembered as much for its anti-ncumbency mood as far its……………mandate .
(1) Invincible
(2) Rational
(3) Unprecedeiter
(4) Deliberate

140. Leadership defines what the future should look like and ………..people with that vision.
(1) Aligns
(2) Develops
(3) Trains
(4) Transforms

141. Hundred rupees ……………… too much for the job.
(1) Seem
(2) are seen
(3) seems
(4) is seeming

142. Good boys do not quarrel with……………………..
(1) each other
(2) one another
(3) another
(4) other

Question No. 143-144 : Fill in the blanks with the correct preposition :

143. He was born…………….. humble parents.
(1) From
(2) On
(3) Of
(4) Off

144. We will have to adjust ourselves ……….. new circumstances.
(1) To
(2) With
(3) From
(4) Of

Question No.145-146 : Select the option that best expresses the meaning of the following idioms:

145. To fight tooth and nail:
(1) making every possible effort to win
(2) to fight fiercely with great effort
(3) to fight heroically
(4) to fight a losing battle

146. To rise like a Phoenix:
(1) To resemble a Phoenician
(2) To rise with anger
(3) To rise with a new life
(4) To get up with start

Question No. 147-148 : Select the word which can be substituted for the given group of word:

147. A statement that can have a double meaning :
(1) Verbose
(2) Ambivalent
(3) Epigraph
(4) Ambiguous

148. The intelligent and educated class
(1) Literate
(2) Aristocrate
(3) Educated
(4) Intelligentsia

Question No. 149-150 : Identify the part having an error in the following sentences :

149.
(1) The girl said
(2) that she preferred
(3) the blue gown
(4) than the black one

150.
(1) The lonely traveller puzzled
(2) when he discovered
(3) the print of a foot
(4) on the sand.

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