Nagaland Judicial Service Grade – I 2015 – Paper – I
Nagaland Judicial Service Grade – I 2015 – Paper – I Question Paper
Total marks – 100 Duration – 3 hours
1. Write an essay on:
“Relationship between the Bar and the Bench”
“White colour crimes”
“Tourism potential in your State”.
2. Write a few lines on your favourite activities.
3. (a) Read the following passage and write a precis (Maximum 60 words).
(b) Give a Title to the precis and briefly justify the title in 3/4 sentences.
(c) Indicate the number of words used by you in writing the precis.
‘Show me a man’s companion’, says the proverb, ‘and I will tell you what the man is’; and this is, and must be true, because all men seek the society of those who think and act somewhat like themselves. Sober men will not associate.with drunkards. Frugal men will not like spendthrifts, and the orderly and decent shun the noise and the disorderly. It is for the vulgar to herd together, but there is a class rather higher which is stilt more blamable, ! mean the gay companions who come together to do little but talk, and talk without any purpose. The conversation among such persons has nothing of instruction in it, and is generally of a vicious tendency. Young people naturally seek the society of those of their own age; but be careful in choosing your companions; and lay this down as a rule never to be departed from, that no youth, nor man, ought to be called your friend, who is addicted to indecent talk or who is found of low society. [174 words]
4. Answer the following questions:
From the following questions choose the correct option.
1. In a certain code, SOBER is written as RNADQ. How LOTUS can be written in that code?
2. If ‘DELHI’ is coded as ’73541’ and ‘CALCUTTA1 as ‘82589662′, how will ‘CALICUT’ be coded?
The following question consists of two words that have certain relationship between each other, foil owed by four lettered pairs of words. Select the related pair that has the same relationship as the original pair of words.
3. Surgeon : Scaipel
(a) Musician : Instrument
(b) Carpenter: Cabinet
(c) Sculptor: Chisel
(d) Baker: Oven
In the following question choose that set of numbers from the four alternatives sets, that is similar to the given set
4. Given set: (7, 77, 140)
(a) (8, 80, 166)
(c) (8, 88, 160)
(d) (10. 110, 310)
In the following question, four out of the five alternatives are same in a certain way and so form a group. Find the odd one that does not belong to the group.
5. (a) Unicorn (b) Rhino (c) Fox (d) Antelope (e) Jackal
In the following question, a word has been given, followed by four other words, one of which cannot be formed by using the letters from the given word. Find that word.
7. There are five different houses, A to E, in a row. A is to the right of B and E is to the left of C and right of A, B is to the right of D. Which of the houses is in the middie?
8. A man walks 6 km South, turns left and walks 4 km, again turns left and walks 5 km. Which direction is he facing now?
9. How many ‘8’ are followed by even number and preceded by an odd number?
10. Pointing to a man on the stage, Rita said, “He is the brother of the daughter of the wife of my husband.” How is the man on the stage related to Rita?
5. Objective type questions, each question carries 1 (one) mark. Select the correct answer in multiple questions:
1. Which Indian hockey player has a road named after him in Germany?
(A) Dhyan Chand
(B) Zafar Iqbal
(C) Roop Singh
(D) Dhanraj Pillai
2. The five permanent members of the U.N. Security Council are-
(A) China, France, Russia, UK and U.S.A.
(B) China, Canada, France, US.A, and Germany
(C) China, Germany, Russia, UK and U.S.A.
(D) China, Germany, U.S.A., UK and Canada
3. Which of the following does not have an influence over the climate in India ?
(B) Ocean currents
(C) Nearness to equator
(D) Presence of Indian Ocean
4. Banks and other financial institutions in India are required to maintain a certain amount of liquid assets like cash, precious metals and other short term securities as a reserve all the time, In Banking World this is known as-
(B) Fixed Asset
5. Wet, tropical deciduous forests are found in which region of India ?
(A) Central India
(B) Deccan Plateau
(C) The Siwaliks
(D) None of these
6. The Indian folk dance “Cheraw” is also known as the-
(A) Bamboo dance of Mizoram.
(B) Batukamma dance of Andhra Pradesh
(C) Bihu dance of Assam.
(D) Garba dance of Gujarat.
7. In a refrigerator; cooling is produced by-
(A) the ice which deposits in the freezer
(B) the sudden expansion of a compressed gas
(C) the evaporation of a volatile liquid
(D) None of these
8. Which one of the following iron and steel works in India is not under public sector ?
9. Where you are likely to find an embedded operating system?
(A) on a desktop operating system
(B) on a networked PC
(C) on a network server
(D) on a PDA
10. Which of the following factors cause(s) ocean currents?
(A) Varying density of sea water
(B) Varying temperature
(D) All of these
11. Which of the following statements is not correct about Sunder Lai Bahuguna?
(A) He is an eminent environmentalist
(B) He was awarded Padma Bhushan in 2009
(C) He started the ‘Chipko Movement’ to create awareness of deforestation
(D) He was elected to Lok Sabha from Uttarkashi in Uttarakhand
12. The first woman from India to be conferred the Sainthood by Pope Benedict XVI is-
(A) Sister Desouza
(B) Sister Madorana
(C) Sister Alphonsa
(D) Sister Nirmala
13. Who was the Viceroy at the time of Quit India Movement?
(A) Lord Irwin
(B) Lord Mountbatten
(C) Lord Waveli
(D) Lord Linlithgow
14. What is the first sermon of Buddha called as ?
15. An online discussion group that aliows direct “live” communication is known as
(B) chat group
(C) regional service provider
16. Which of the following was used as a chemical weapon in the First World War?
(A) Mustard gas
(B) Water gas
(C) Hydrogen cyanide
(D) Carbon monoxide
17. Who was chosen unanimously as the President of India ?
(A) K. R. Narayanan
(B) Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
(C) Dr. S. Radhakrishnan
(D) Neelam Sanjiva Reddy
18. The site of Harappa is located on the bank of river-
19. Which one of the following taxes is not a direct tax?
(A) Sales tax
(B) Estate duty
(C) Gift tax
(D) Wealth tax
20. Blood group was discovered by-
(A) Alexander Fleming
(B) William Harvey
21. The most dangerous consequence of excessive deforestation is-
(A) destruction of wild animal habitats
(B) soil erosion
(C) loss of forest wealth
(D) loss of many valuable plants
22. The digestive juice which has no enzyme is-
(A) Intestinal juice
(B) Gastric Juice
23. The Suez Canal connects the Mediterranean Sea with the-
(A) Caspian Sea
(B) Persian Gulf
(C) Red Sea
(D) Black Sea
24. The best colours for a Sun umbrella will be-
(A) black on top and red on inside.
(B) black on top and white on inside.
(C) red on top and black on inside.
(D) white on top and black on inside.
25. The rate of erosion in a stream is lowest where-
(A) the river joins the sea
(B) depth is greater
(C) breadth is greater
(D) velocity is more
26. Which of the following Muslim rulers remained in the captivity of his son?
27. Interest payable on savings bank accounts is-
(A) not regulated by RBI.
(B) regulated by State Governments.
(C) regulated by Central Government.
(D) regulated by RBI.
28. Before X-ray examination (coloured X-ray) of the stomach, patients are given suitable salt of barium because-
(A) barium salts are white in colour and this helps stomach to appear clearly.
(B) barium is a good absorber of X-rays and helps stomach to appear dearly.
(C) barium salts are easily available.
(D) barium allows X-rays to pass through the stomach.
29. Which one of the following is the fastest Indian Supercomputer developed by ISRO
30. Which one of the following vitamins is necessary for blood clotting?
(A) Vitamin A
(B) Vitamin D
(C) Vitamin K
(D) Vitamin C
31. Banking of curves on road or railway track is done to provide-
(A) gravitational force
(B) angular velocity
(C) centripetal force
(D) centrifugal force
32. Hypothermia occurs due to loss of excessive heat from body due to sudden low body temperature in-
(C) Human beings
33. Neap tides are caused by the gravitational pull of the-
(A) Moon only
(B) Sun only
(C) Moon and the Sun in the same direction
(D) Moon and the Sun in opposite directions
34. Which of the following rivers does not originate in Indian territory?
(D) None of these
35. Galileo was an Italian astronomer who
(A) developed the telescope.
(B) discovered four satellites of Jupiter.
(C) discovered that the movement of pendulum produces a regular time measurement
(D) All of the above
36. Fish can survive in a frozen lake because –
(A) Fishes are warm blooded animals
(B) Fish hibernate in ice
(C) Water near the bottom does not freeze
(D) Ice contains Oxygen.
37. ‘Corroborative evidence’ means-
(A) main evidence in a case
(B) evidence which supports other evidence
(C) evidence that proves the guilt of an accused person
(D) evidence of a person who supports the accused.
38. Ratio decidendi means –
(A) a judicial decision
(B) part of the judgement which possesses authority
(C) an observation made by a judge
(D) level of the decision.
39. Which of the following is not true about a criminal proceeding –
(A) the court may ask to pay a fine
(B) granting custody.
(C) there is prosecution
(D) the court may order the transfer of the ownership of the property.
40. One of the elements of direct democracy is
(C) free and fair election
(D) universal adult franchise