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Directorate of Education

Govt. of NCT Delhi

Supporting Material

2013

Problem Solving Assessment

Class IX

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List of Members who prepared Support Material on

Problem Solving Assessment (PSA) for

Class IX

Session – 2012-2013

Team Members

S. No. Name Designation Mrs. Archana Vishwadeep

(Group Leader)

Principal

RPVV, A-6, Paschim Vihar

1 Mrs. Urmil Chauhan PGT

RPVV, A-6, Paschim Vihar

2. Mr. M.L. Verma TGT

Govt. Co. Ed. SSS, Sec. -2, Rohini

3. Mrs. Sonia Makheeja PGT

SKV, Rajouri Garden Extn.

4. Mrs. Beenu Arora TGT

SV Co.Ed., New Multan Nagar

5. Mrs. Vandana Nair TGT

RPVV, A-6, Paschim Vihar

6. Dr. Nirmal Kumari TGT

GGSSS, Nangloi

7. Mr. Pramod Kumar Mishra TGT

Govt. Co. Ed. SS, Pkt – 4 Binda Pur

8. Mr. Om Prakash Sharma TGT

RPVV, A-6, Paschim Vihar

9. Mrs. Anuradha TGT

GGSSS, Nangloi

10. Ms. Ishaani Bose TGT

SV Co.Ed., New Multan Nagar

11. Mr. Laxmi Narayan TGT

SBV, No. 2, C Block, Janak Puri

12. Mrs. Ritu Chawla TGT

SB Co. Ed., B-4, Paschim Vihar

13. Mr. Sabir Hussain TGT

RPVV, A-6, Paschim Vihar

14 Ms. Arti Vashisht TGT

SKV, Nangloi

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PREFACE

The Directorate of Education has decided to initiate the formulation of support

material for ‘Problem Solving Assessment’ (PSA) for all the government school

students of class IX (2012-13). This handy tool is a part of our endeavor to enhance

the research and analytical life skills ability.

It is a widely acknowledged fact that the ability to apply basic concepts to

solve application based problems in mathematics and science and to comprehend

and analyse written text are the skills which ensure success in higher studies and

professional growth. These life skills will greatly assist learners in acquiring high

order thinking skills such as problem solving and decision making. It will greatly

assist the learners to crack the public entrance examinations.

Quantitative Reasoning, Qualitative Reasoning and Language Conventions

will greatly help the students to understand arithmetic problems, use logic in form

of relationships ,analogies and directions. All these items would develop creative

thinking, decision making, critical thinking, problem solving and communicational

skills. It would assess student’s ability to process, interpret and use information. At

the same time it would increase the curiosity of students and help in their

intellectual growth.

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The Supervisor and the team which diligently put together the material thank the Directorate

and the Examination Branch for their belief and support.

Supervisor-PSA Mrs.Archana

Vishwadeep

Principal,

RPVV,A-6,Paschim

Vihar

Quantitative Analysis 1.

2.

3.

4.

Qualitative Analysis 1.

2.

3.

4.

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Contents

S.No Topic Page

1. Qualitative Stand Alone MCQ 1-3

2. Qualitative Passage Based MCQ 14-31

3. Quantitative Stand Alone MCQ 32-50

4. Quantitative Passage Based MCQ 51-69

5. Language Conventions English Grammar and Usage MCQ 70-78

6. Language Conventions English Contextual Vocabulary MCQ 79-86

7. Language Conventions English Passage Based MCQ 87-108

8. Language Conventions Hindi Grammar and Usage MCQ 109-121

9. Language Conventions Hindi Contextual Vocabulary MCQ 122-131

10. Language Conventions Hindi Passage Based MCQ 132-141

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PSA - CLASS - IX - FORMAT

Target No. Per Test Form Test Context Domain/

Item Type No. of Items No. of Passages Total No. of Items

Qualitative

* Stand Alone MCQ 6 6

* Passage Based MCQ 6 2 12

SUB TOTAL 18

Quantitative

* Stand Alone MCQ 10 10

* Passage Based MCQ 4 2 8

SUB TOTAL 18

Language Conventions

* Grammar & Usage MCQ 8 8

* Vocabulary in Context MCQ 8 8

* Passage Completion MCQ 8 8

SUB TOTAL 24

TOTAL 60

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QUALITATIVE Stand Alone MCQ

1). Manav is facing west. He turns 45° in the anti-clock-wise direction and then 180° in the clockwise

direction. Which direction is he facing now?

a) North

b) North-East

c) East

d) South – East

ekuo if”pe dh vksj eq[k djds [kM+k gSA og ?kM+h dh lqbZ dh foijhr fn”kk esa 45° rFkk ?kM+h dh lqbZ dh fn”kk esa

180° ?kwerk gSA vc mldk eq[k fdl fn”kk esa gS\

a) mRrj

b) mRrj&iwoZ

c) iwoZ

d) nf{k.k&iwoZ

2) Pratibha is standing facing west. If she turns left and walks 50 mtr. distance and again she

turns left. Which direction is she facing now?

a) North

b) East

c) South

d) West

izfrHkk if”pe dh vksj eq[k djds [kM+h gSA og igys ckbZ vksj eqM+rh gS rFkk 50 ehVj pyus ds i”pkr iqu% ckbZ vksj

eqM+rh gS vc mldk eq[k fdl fn”kk esa gS\

a) mRrj

b) iwoZ

c) nf{k.k

d) if”pe

3) Mahima lives in Chennai in a sea-facing house. While going to her friend‟s house, she turns to

her right. After moving to 70 mtr. in that direction, she again turns to her right. Which

direction is she facing now?

a) North

b) West

c) East

d) South

efgek psUubZ esa jgrh gSA mldk ?kj leqnz dh vksj gSA vius fe= ds ?kj tkrs le; igys og nkbZa vksj eqM+hA 70

ehVj dh nwjh r; djus ds i”pkr og iqu% vius nkbZ vksj eqM+hA vc mldk eq[k fdl fn”kk esa gS\

a) mRrj

b) if”pe

c) iwoZ

d) nf{k.k

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4) Two N.C.C Cadet groups „A‟ and „B‟ are facing east and west directions respectively. They

were given following commands -----left turn, about turn, right turn and left turn. At last, in

which directions group „A‟ and „B‟ are facing now?

a) East, West

b) West, East

c) North, South

d) South, North

N.C.C dSMsV~l dh nks VqdfM+;k¡ „A‟ vkSj „B‟ tks Øe”k% iwoZ vkSj if”pe dh vksj mUeq[k gSa] dks fuEu vkns”k fn,

x, %& ck;sa eqM+] ihNs eqM+] nk;sa eqM+] ck;ssa eqM+A rnuqlkj vUr esa „A‟ rFkk „B‟ fuEu fn”kkvksa dh vksj mUeq[k gks

tk;saxs %&

a) iwo] if”pe

b) if”pe] iwoZ

c) mRrj] nf{k.k

d) nf{k.k] mRrj

5) Ram moves 4 metres. in south direction then he moves 3 metres. in east direction. How far is he

from the starting point?

a) 5 metres

b) 1 metre

c) 3 metres

d) 4 metres

jke nf{k.k fn”kk dh vksj 4 ehVj pyk rRi”pkr og iwoZ dh vksj 3 ehVj pykA og ewy LFkku ls fdruh nwj gS\

a) 5 ehVj

b) 1 EkhVj

c) 3 ehVj

d) 4 ehVj

6) Anuj and Manuj are facing North and South directions respectively. Both of them move at 180°.

In which respective direction they are facing now?

a) West, east

b) East , west

c) South, north

d) North , south

vuqt vkSj euqt Øe”k% mRrj RkFkk nf{k.k dh vksj eq[k djds [kM+s gSaA nksuksa viuh fLFkfr ls 180° ?kwers gSA mudh fLFkfr

Øe”k% gksxh %&

a) if”pe] iwoZ

b) iwoZ] if”pe

c) nf{k.k] mRrj

d) mRrj] nf{k.k

7) Find out the missing letter and mark the correct option as answer .

yqIr v{kj dk irk yxkb, vkSj mi;qDr fodYi dks mRrj ds :i esa vafdr dhft, %&

Z X U _ L F

a) R

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b) Q

c) P

d) O

8) A C E __ I K

a) F

b) H

c) J

d) G

9) Mark the correct option for missing places to complete the series.

yqIr LFkkuksa ds fy, lgh fodYi dks pqfu, tks J`a[kyk dks iwjk djs %&

a_bb_abba_ _ baa_ b

a) a a a b b

b) a b b a a

c) a a b b a

d) a a a b a

10) Which pair will come next?

vkxs dkSu lk ;qXe vk;sxk\

ZX AC VT EG __?

a) IK

b) NL

c) HI

d) RP

11) Note:- Read the passage and the conclusion carefully and mark the correct option.

It has been observed that educated parents expanse / invest more on education of their children because

by their experience they know the value or importance of education.

Conclusion – I : Illiterate parents do not understand the value or importance of education.

Conclusion – II: Educated parents understand the value or importance of education

a) Only conclusion I is correct.

b) Only conclusion II is correct

c) Both conclusion I & II are correct

d) Neither conclusion I nor II is correct

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;g ns[kk x;k gS fd f”kf{kr ekrk&firk vius cPpksa dh f”k{kk ij T;knk [kpZ djrs gSa D;ksafd os vius vuqHko ls f

”k{kk ds egRo dks tkurs gSaA

fu’d’kZ 1 %& vf”kf{kr ekrk&firk f”k{kk ds egRo dks ugha le>rsA

fu’d’kZ 2 %& f”kf{kr ekrk&firk f”k{kk ds egRo dks le>rs gSaA

a) dsoy fu’d’kZ I lgh gS

b) dsoy fu’d’kZ II lgh gS

c) nksuksa fu’d’kZ I vkSj II lgh gS

d) u rks I vkSj u II lgh gS

12) In a certain code language ANT is written as BOU. How will ZEBRA be written in that code

language?

;fn fdlh dwV Hkk’kk esa ANT dks BOU fy[kk tkrk gS] rks mlh dwV Hkk’kk esa ZEBRA dks dSls fy[kk tk;sxk\

a) A F C S B

b) B G D T C

c) B G T D C

d) A F B C S

13) Md. Hasan says to his friend with pointing towards Md. Rayyan “His mother and my mother

are daughter – mother.” How are Hasan and Md. Rayyan related?

a) paternal Uncle – Nephew

b) Maternal Uncle – Nephew

c) Father – son

d) Father-in-law – son-in-law

EkksgEen glu us eksgEen jS;ku dh rjQ b”kkjk djrs gq, vius fe= ls dgk] ^bldh ek¡ vkSj esjh ek¡ nksuksa ek¡&csVh gSa**A

eksgEen glu vkSj eksgEen jS;ku dk vkil esa D;k fj”rk gS\

a) pkpk&Hkrhtk

b) ekek&Hkkatk

c) firk&iq=

d) llqj&nkekn

14) Fatima introduces Mr. Zakir to her husband and said that father of his brother is the only son

of her grandfather. How is Fatima related to Mr. Zakir?

a) Mother

b) Aunt

c) Sister

d) Niece

Qkfrek us vius ifr ls tkfdj dk ifjp; djkrs gq, dgk] ^^mlds HkkbZ ds firk esjs nknkth ds bdykSrs iq= gSaA Qkfrek

dk tkfdj ls D;k fj”rk gS\

a) ekrk

b) pkph

c) cgu

d) Hkrhth

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15) Tanzeela is Tazeem‟s sister and Mr. Yusuf is father of Tazeem. Shahnawaz is son of Mr. Sabir

and Mr. Sabir is brother of Mr. Yusuf. How is Tanzeela related to Shahnawaz?

a) Daughter

b) Sister

c) Cousin

d) Wife

rathyk rkthe dh cgu gS vkSj ;qlqQ rkthe ds firk gSaA “kkguokt lkfcj dk iq= gSA lkfcj ;qlqQ dk HkkbZ gS rks

rathyk ls “kkguokt dk D;k fj”rk gS\

a) iq=h

b) cgu

c) ppsjh cgu

d) iRuh

Note:- In question No. 16 to 17 arrange the following in the increasing order and choose the correct

option to match your answer correctly.

fuEufyf[kr dks vkjksgh Øe esa ¼NksVs ls cM+k½ esa O;ofLFkr djus ds fy, lgh fodYi dks pqfu, %&

16)

1. Weekly

2. Daily

3. Monthly

4. Fortnightly

5. Yearly

a) 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

b) 2, 1, 3, 4, 5

c) 2, 1, 4, 3, 5

d) 2, 1, 3, 5, 4

17)

1. Meghalaya

2. Madhya Pradesh

3. Goa

4. Rajasthan

a) 3, 1, 2, 4

b) 3, 1, 4, 2

c) 1, 3, 2, 4

d) 1, 2, 3, 4

1- lkIrkfgd

2- nSfud

3- ekfld

4- ikf{kd

5- okf’kZd

1- es?kky;

2- e/;izns”k

3- xksok

4- jktLFkku

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18)

1. River Godavari

2. River Ganga

3. River Narmada

4. River Tapi

a) 2, 3, 4, 1

b) 2, 3, 1, 4

c) 4, 3, 2, 1

d) 4, 3, 1, 2

Note:- (Q19-25) Find Odd One Out (mls pqfu, tks vU; rhu fodYiksa ls fHkUu gS) :

19)

a) Finance

b) Health

c) Mining

d) Education

20)

a) River Beas

b) River Sutlej

c) River Ravi

d) River Kaveri

21)

a) Hut

b) Flat

c) Igloo

d) Factory

22)

a) Driver

b) Passenger

c) Pilot

d) Sailor

23)

a) Liberty

b) Equality

c) Fraternity

d) Discrimination

24)

a) Gallon

b) Quintal

c) Ton

1- xksnkojh unh

2- xaxk unh

3- ueZnk unh

4- rkih unh

a) foRr

b) LokLF;

c) mR[kuu

d) f”k{kk

a) O;kl unh

b) lryqt unh

c) jkoh unh

d) dkosjh unh

a) >ksiM+h

b) ¶ySV

c) bXyw

d) dkj[kkuk

a) pkyd

b) ;k=h

c) foeku pkyd

d) ukfod

a) Lora=rk

b) lekurk

c) cU/kqRo

d) foHksnhdj.k

a) xSyu

b) fDoaVy

c) Vu

d) fdyksxzke

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d) Kilogram

25)

a) Judge

b) Accused

c) Lawyer

d) Citizen

26) Which answer figure will complete the pattern in the question figure?

dkSu lh mRrj vkd`fr iz”u vkd`fr ds iSVuZ dk s iwjk djsxh\

(i)

a) b) c) d)

27)

(a) (b) (c) (d)

?

?

a) U;k;k/kh”k

b) vijk/kh

c) odhy

d) ukxfjd

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27) Choose the appropriate answer

mfpr fodYi pqfu, %

9 4 25

25 16 81 64 64 144

36 49 36

(a) 19 (b) 23 (c) 24 (d) 31

29)

4 7 3 2

416 749 309 ?

(a) 204 (b) 104 (c) 404 (d) 401

30) How many triangle are there in the given figure:-

fn, x, fp= esa fdrus f=Hkqt gSa\

(a) 5 (b) 6 (c) 8 (d) 10

18 ? 26

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Note:- (Q31-35) Select the related word from the given alternatives:-

fn, x, fodYiksa esa ls lEcfU/kr “kCn pqfu, %&

31) Newton : Force :: __________________ : Work

(a) Metre

(b) Joule

(c) Kilogram

(d) Second U;wVu % cy % % &&&&&&& % dk;Z

a) ehVj

b) twy

c) fdyksxzke

d) lsds.M

32) Voter : 18 years :: Lok Sabha Member : ________________.

a) 35 years

b) 18 years

c) 25 years

d) 30 year ernkrk % 18 o’kZ % % yksdlHkk lnL; % &&&&&&&

a) 35 o’kZ

b) 18 o’kZ

c) 25 o’kZ

d) 30 o’kZ

33) Perimeter : Metre :: ________________ : Square metre

a) Circumference

b) Area

c) Volume

d) Diagonal ifjeki % ehVj % % &&&&&&& % oxZ ehVj

a) ifjf/k

b) {ks=Qy

c) vk;ru

d) fod.kZ

34) 9: 81 :: 11: ____________.

a) 101

b) 111

c) 121

d) 110

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35) LAMB : BMAL :: GOOD : ___________.

a) OGOD

b) DOOG

c) ODOG

d) OOGD

Note:- Select the correct answers from question no 36 to 40 :-

lgh fodYi dks pqfu, %&

36) The term „ Global Warming‟ means

a) Quick melting of polar ice sheets.

b) Depletion of Ozone layer.

c) High temperature in Torrid Zone.

d) General rise in temperature due to CO2

oSf”od m’ehdj.k ls rkRi;Z gS %&

a) /kzqoh; cQZ dk fi?kyuk

b) vkstksu ijr dk ?kVuk

c) m’.k dfVca/kh; mPp rkieku

d) dkcZu MkbZvkWDlkbM dh otg ls mPp rkieku

37) The Gandhian principles have been enumerated in the:-

a) Fundamental Rights

b) Preamble of the Constitution

c) Directive Principles

d) Fundamental Duties

xka/kh th ds fl)kUr fuEu esa lfEefyr gSa %&

a) ekSfyd vf/kdkj

b) izLrkouk

c) uhfr funs”kd fl)kUr

d) ekSfyd drZO;

38) The „Microsoft‟ word is associated with:

a) Andrew Grove

b) Bill Gates

c) Ted Turner

d) Rupert Murdoch

^ekbØkslk¶V* “kCn fdlds lkFk layXu gS %&

a) ,UMªho xq:o

b) fcy xsV~l

c) VsM Vjuj

d) :iVZ ejMksd

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39) The substance most commonly used as a food preservative is :-

a) Sodium Carbonate

b) Tartaric Acid

c) Acetic Acid

d) Benzoic Acid

og inkFkZ tks [kk| ifjj{kd ds :i esa iz;ksx fd;k tkrk gS %&

a) lksfM;e dkcksZusV

b) VkjfVªd vEy

c) ,flfVd vEy

d) csatksbd vEy

40) These days yellow lamps are frequently used as street light. Which one of following is used in

the lamp:-

a) Sodium

b) Neon

c) Hydrogen

d) Nitrogen

vktdy lM+dksa ij jks”kuh ds fy, ihyh cfRr;k¡ iz;ksx dh tkrh gSa] mlesa dkSu ls rRo dk iz;ksx fd;k tkrk gS\

a) lksfM;e

b) uh;ksu

c) gkbMªkstu

d) ukbZVªkstu

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Answer Key to Qualitative Stand Alone MCQ

Answers:-

1) (b) North-East mRrj iwoZ

2) (b) East iwoZ

3) (b) West if”pe

4) (d) South-North nf{k.k] mRrj

5) (a) 5 m 5 eh

6) (c) South, North nf{k.k] mRrj

7) (b) Z X U Q L F

8) (d) A C E G I K

9) (a) aabb aabb aabb aabb

10) (d) ZX AC VT EG RP

11) (b) Only II is correct

12) (a) Each letter is replaced by next.

13) (b) Maternaluncle – Nephew

14) (c) Sister

15) (c) Cousin

16) (c) 2, 1, 4, 3, 5 Daily, Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly, Yearly

17) (a) 3, 1, 2, 4 Area wise sequence

18) (d) 4, 3, 1, 2 Tapi shortest and Ganga is the longest river

19) (c) Mining mR[kuu

20) (d) River Kaveri dkosjh unh

21) (d) Factory dkj[kkuk

22) (b) Passenger ;k=h

23) (d) Discrimintion foHksn

24) (a) Gallon XkSyu

25) (d) Citizen ukxfjd

26) (d)

27) (a)

28) (d) 31

29) (a) 204

30) (c) 8

31) (b) Joule twy

32) (c) 25 years 25 o’kZ

33) (b) Area {ks=Qy

34) (c) 121

35) (b) DOOG

36) (d) General rising temp. due to CO2 dkcZu MkbZvkWDlkbM dh otg ls mPp rkieku

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37) (c) Directive principles uhfr funs”kd fl)kUr

38) (b) Bill Gates fcy xsV~l

39) (d) Benzoic Acid csatksbd vEy

40) (a) Sodium lksfM;e

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QUALITATIVE

Passage Based MCQ

Passage No. – 1

Disability refers to any kind of physical or mental incapacity that limits a person‟s ability to work. Yet it is seldom

that we have thanked God for the gift of Good health and well being. The smallest actions like seeing the sunrise,

brushing our teeth, popping peanuts into your mouth come so naturally and effortlessly, and Yet we are never

satisfied, always discontented. It is not so for the disabled. For them it requires immense concentration, effort, will

power, energy and a lot of time. Despite this, it could be a long way of perfection.

It takes great courage and determination to cope with disability. We can make life easier for them by becoming

more sensitive to their handicap, their needs and their problems.

Feeling of pity or under sympathy will only shake their confidence. Give them encouragement, facilities and

resources, and then watch them as they learn, earn, play, work and even start their families.

Very often we find that a person lacking in one faculty is gifted in some other way. That‟s nature‟s way of

maintaining balance. Some of the most beautiful greeting cards are made by disabled children, using one hand, one

foot or even mouth. Nothing stops them from using their talent, intelligence and their knowledge.

1. To cope up with disability one needs lot of …………….

a) Courage

b) Determination

c) Courage and determination

d) Effort

2. Pity and sympathy can make them loose.

a) Confidence

b) Will power

c) Determination

d) Ability

3. If we are sensitive to their needs and problems we will.

a) Learn to cope better

b) Admire ability

c) Enhance our lives

d) All of the above

4. A person lacking in one faculty is gifted in some other way. That‟s how nature ….…

a) Maintains imbalance

b) Maintains balance

c) Helps them cope with disability

d) Helps them to be tough

5. An agency promoting greeting cards made by specially gifted children is ………

a) WTO

b) IMF

c) UNICEF

d) WHO

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6. We should thank God for …………

a) Being able to do easiest of tasks

b) Being able to enjoy benefits of nature

c) Being able to walk and talk

d) All the above

vleFkZrk fdlh O;fDr ds dk;Z lEiknu esa “kkjhfjd vFkok ekufld v;ksX;rk gSA fQj Hkh ge vPNs LokLF; o viuh

lEiw.kZrk ds fy, Hkxoku dk /kU;okn dHkh&dHkh gh djrs gSaA izkfrfnu ds NksVs&NksVs dk;Z tSls & lw;kZsn; ns[kuk] nar

eatu djuk] pcSuk pckuk vkfn LokHkkfod o vYi iz;kl ls djrs jgrs gSa] fQj Hkh ge lnk vlarq’V gSa] ijUrq vleFkZ

O;fDr ds fy, ,slk laHko ugha gSA mUgsa blds fy, cgqr vf/kd /;ku] iz;Ru] bPNk”kfDr] ÅtkZ rFkk i;kZIr le; dh

vko”;drk gksrh gSA blds vfrfjDr mUgsa lkekU; dk;ksZa ds fy, vR;f/kd fuiq.krk dh vko”;drk gksrh gSA

vleFkZrk dk lkeuk djus ds fy, lkgl o n`<+ fu”p; dh vko”;drk gksrh gSA muds izfr vf/kd laosnu”khy cudj

rFkk mudh vko”;drkvksa vkSj dfBukbZ;ksa dks le> dj muds thou dks ljy cuk;k tk ldrk gSA

muds izfr n;k vFkok d`ik fn[kkuk mud s fo”okl dks fgykuk gSA mUgsa fgEer] lqfo/kk,¡ o lzksr iznku djsa rFkk ns[ksa fd

os lh[ksa] dek,¡] [ksysa] dk;Z djsa rFkk viuk ikfjokfjd thou vkjaHk djsaA

izk;% ns[kk tkrk gS fd ,d {ks= esa fiNM+k O;fDr fdlh nwljs {ks= esa vxz.kh gksrk gSA ;g izd`fr dk larqyu gSA ns[kk x;k

gS fd lqanjre xzhfVax dkMZ vleFkZ ckydksa ds }kjk muds vius ,d gkFk] ,d iSj ;gk¡ rd eq[k dk iz;ksx djds cuk,

x, gSaA mUgsa viuh ;ksX;rk] fuiq.krk o Kku izdV djuds ls dksbZ ugha jksd ldrkA

1- vleFkZrk dk eqdkcyk djus ds fy, t:jr gS &&

a) lkgl

b) n`<+ fu”p;

c) lkgl o n`<+ fu”p;

d) iz;kl

2- n;k vkSj d`ik detksj dj ldrs gSa &&

a) fo”okl

b) bPNk “kfDr

c) fu.kZ; “kfDr

d) ;ksX;rk

3- ;fn ge vleFkZ O;fDr;ksa dh t:jrksa vkSj dfBukbZ;ksa ds izfr laosnu”khy gksaxs rks ge &&

a) vPNs lkFkh cusaxs

b) mudh ;ksX;rk dh iz”kalk djsaxs

c) thou ds izfr lksp dk nk;jk c<s+sxk

d) mijksDr lHkh

4- ,d {ks= esa fiNM+k O;fDr nwljs {ks= esa vxz.kh gksrk gS rkfd &&

a) vlarqyu cuk jgsA

b) larqyu jgsA

c) vleFkZrk ds lkFk lkeatL; LFkkfir djus esa lgk;d cuk jgsA

d) dfBukbZ;ksa ls tw>us esa lgk;d cuk jgsA

5- fo”ks’k ;ksX;rk izkIr cPpksa }kjk cus xzhfVax dkMZ dks izksRlkgu nsus okyh laLFkk gS &&

a) WTO

b) IMF

c) UNICEF

d) WHO

6- gesa Hkxoku dks /kU;okn djuk pkfg, D;ksafd &&

a) dke djus dh ;ksX;rk gkfly djus ds dkj.k

b) izd`fr ds ojnku dk vkuan ysus ds dkj.k

c) cksyus o pyus dh leFkZrk ds dkj.k

d) mijksDRk lHkh

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Passage No. – 2

Once a man saw three masons along with some labourers were constructing a temple. He observed the masons for

some days and found that though the three of them were doing the same kind of work, there was a marked

difference in their approach to their job.

He saw that the first mason reported for his work late, did his work half-heartedly and sluggishly enjoyed longer

respite, frequently checked the time on his wrist-watch and left the work before time.

The second mason was very punctual in arriving and leaving, and did his work methodically and conscientiously.

The third mason, however, would come before time, took little rest in the interval and often worked over-time.

The man naturally got curious and wanted to know the three masons‟ outlook own their work. He asked them what

they were doing. The first mason tapped his protruding belly with his hand and said, I am earning fuel for this

belly. The second said „I am constructing a building. Third looked at the stately edifice and said “I am building the

house of God”.

1. The first mason‟s approach to work was that of……………..

a) Earn livelihood

b) Just to spend time

c) Earn only money

d) Waste time

2. The second mason was ………………. In his approach.

a) Structured

b) Professional

c) Unmethodical

d) Punctual

3. The third mason approached his work with.

a) Zest

b) Skill

c) Duty

d) Dedication

4. The first mason was ………………….

a) Lazy

b) Sick

c) Hard-working

d) Active

5. The Phrase „work is worship‟ can be associated with …………..

a) First mason

b) Second mason

c) Third mason

d) All of the above

6. The writer of the above passage is trying to tell the readers that…………….

a) All work and no play is healthy

b) All play and no work is healthy

c) Enjoy doing work with commitment

d) All of the above

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,d ckj ,d O;fDr us ns[kk fd rhu f”kYih dqN Jfedksa ds lkFk eafnj fuekZ.k ds dk;Z esa layXu FksA dqN fnu ds

fujh{k.k ds ckn mlus vuqHko fd;k fd mu f”kfYi;ksa dk dk;Z ,d tSlk gS ijUrq mudh dk;Z ds izfr n`f’Vdks.k fHkUu gSA

mlus vuqHko fd;k fd igyk f”kYih vius dk;ZLFky ij nsj ls vkrk rFkk vius dk;Z dks vueus Hkko o lqLrh ls djrk

gSA og vusd ckj yacs le; ds fy, vkjke Hkh djrk Fkk rFkk ckj&ckj viuh ?kM+h esa le; ns[krk jgrk FkkA og viuk

dk;Z Hkh le; ls igys NksM+dj pyk tkrk FkkA

nwljk f”kYih vius dk;ZLFky ij le; ls vkrk o le; ij gh pyk tkrk Fkk rFkk vius dk;Z dks Øec) rjhds ls yxu

ls djrk FkkA

rhljk f”kYih vius dk;ZLFky ij le; ls iwoZ vkrk Fkk] dk;Z ds chp esa dqN le; ds fy, vkjke djrk o izk;% dk;Z nsj

rd djrk jgrk FkkA

ml O;fDr us LokHkkfod :i ls ftKklqiw.kZ gksdj mu f”kfYi;ksa dh dk;Z”kSyh ds izfr n`f’Vdks.k dks tkuus ds fy, muls

iwNk fd os D;k dj jgs gSa\ igys f”kYih us vius isV dks lgykrs gq, dgk fd & ^ikih isV dks loky gSA* nwljs f”kYih us

dgk fd & ^og Hkou dk fuekZ.k dj jgk gSA* rhljs f”kYih us ml HkO; bekjr dks ns[krs gq, dgk & ^og Hkxoku ds ?kj

dk fuekZ.k dj jgk gSA*

1- igys f”kYih dk dk;Z ds izfr n``f’Vdks.k &&&&& FkkA

a) thfodk miktZu

b) le; O;rhr djuk

c) /ku miktZu

d) le; u’V djuk

2- nwljs f”kYih dk dk;Z ds izfr n``f’Vdks.k &&&&& FkkA

a) Øec) o O;ofLFkr

b) O;kolkf;d

c) vO;ofLFkr

d) le;c)

3- rhljs f”kYih dk dk;Z o dk;Z laiknu dk n`f’Vdks.k D;k Fkk\

a) tks”k o mRlkg ls

b) dq”kyrk ls

c) dÙkZO;ijk;.krk ls

d) leiZ.k Hkko ls

4- igyk f”kYih &&&& FkkA

a) lqLr

b) chekj

c) ifjJeh

d) pqLr

5- ^deZ gh iwtk gSA* ;g mfDRk fdl f”kYih dh dk;Z”kSyh ls esy [kkrh gS\

a) igyk f”kYih

b) nwljk f”kYih

c) rhljk f”kYih

d) lHkh f”kYih

6- mi;qZDr x|ka”k dk lans”k D;k gS\

a) lnk dke] ugha vkjke

b) lnk vkjke] ugha dke

c) dk;Z ds izfr leiZ.k Hkko

d) mijksDr lHkh

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Passage No. – 3

Just as it is vital for parents to live their own lives as fully is possible and to deepen their understanding of

themselves to the utmost, so it is important for teachers and educators to do the same. When children go to school

their teachers become, during school hours, substitutes for their parents. The children transfer to their teacher some

of the feelings they have for their parents and are influenced in their turn by the personalities of the teachers. This

mutual relationship is of more importance than any teaching method, and a child‟s ability to learn is continually

hampered if the relationship is unsatisfactory. Again, if teacher really want to be educators, to help children to

develop into satisfactory men and women, and not simply to stuff them knowledge, they will only be really

successful if they themselves have sound personalities. No amount of preaching, however well done, no principles

however sound, no clever technique of mechanical aids can replace the influence of a well – developed personality.

1. The teacher will be real educators by _

a) Adopting advanced teaching methods

b) Stuffing children with knowledge

c) Developing sound personality of their own

d) Through good teaching skills

2. The central idea of the passage is_

a) Teacher should develop sound personalities of their own to be able to influence the children

b) Informal education is better than formal education

c) There should be research done in education

d) Parent should have good interpersonal relations with teachers

3. The writer recommends to the teachers to deepen their understanding of themselves on the assumption that.

a) Will earn them a name of nation-builder

b) It is their duty

c) Will make them earn high pay

d) Helps to build well developed personality

4. The teachers and educators are important to children because

a) Without teachers they would remain ignorant

b) They help them to get jobs

c) Teachers serve as substitutes for parents in schools

d) Teachers preach good principles

5. What do you understand by well-developed personality

a) To develop into healthy beings

b) To develop into completely good human beings

c) To develop into rich personalities

d) To develop into educational beings

6. A good relationship between parents and teachers enhances…………

a) Educational qualifications

b) Interpersonal relationships

c) Wholesome development of the child

d) Healthy environment

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;g vR;Ur egRoiw.kZ gS fd vfHkHkkod viuk thou ifjiw.kZ cuk, rFkk viuh lksp dks fodflr djsa rFkk f”k{kd o

f”k{kkfon~ ds fy, Hkh ;g vfuok;Z gSA tc Nk= fo|ky; tkrs gSa rks fo|ky;h vof/k ds nkSjku f”k{kdx.k muds

vfHkHkkodksa dh txg ys ysrs gSaA Nk= viuh Hkkoukvksa dks v/;kidksa ds fy, izsf’kr djrs gSa rFkk Nk= v/;kidksa ds

O;fDrRo ls izHkkfor gksrs gSaA ;g ijLij lg&laca/k fdlh Hkh f”k{kk iz.kkyh ls csgrj gSA ;fn Nk=&v/;kid lg&laca/k

vlarks’ktud gksrs gSa rks Nk= ds lh[kus dh {kerk vo:) gks tkrh gSA ;fn v/;kid okLro esa f”k{kd cuuk pkgrk gS

rks og Nk=ksa dks dsoy Kku gh u ns oju mudk lokZaxh.k fodkl djsaA os blesa rHkh dke;kc ¼lQy½ gksaxs ;fn muds

O;fDrRo dk lokZaxh.k fodkl gks pqdk gSA pkgs fdruk gh lS)kfUrd v/;kiu gks] pkgs fdruk gh vPNs dkuwu gksa ] rFkk

pkgs fdrus gh vPNs n`”;&JO; lk/kuksa dk mi;ksx gks ysfdu ;s lHkh lk/ku ,d iw.kZ fodflr O;fDrRo okys f”k{kd dk

LFkku ugha ys ldrsA

1- v/;kid okLrfod f”k{kd gksaxs &&&

a) fodflr f”k{kd iz.kkyh dk mi;ksx dj

b) Nk=ksa dks Kku nsdj

c) vius O;fDrRo dk lokZaxh.k fodkl dj

d) vPNh f”k{k.k lkexzh dk mi;ksx dj

2- bl x|ka”k dk dsUnzh; ¼eq[;½ Hkko gS &&&

a) f”k{kd vius O;fDRkRo dk lokZaxh.k fodkl djsa rkfd os viuk izHkko Nk=ksa ij NksM+ ldsaA

b) vukSipkfjd f”k{kk vkSipkfjd f”k{kk ls csgrj

c) f”k{kk esa vuqla/kku gksus pkfg,A

d) v/;kid o vfHkHkkodksa esa vPNk ¼e/kqj½ leUo; gksuk pkfg,A

3- f”k{kd lEiw.kZ Kku izkIr djsa rkfd &&

a) ns”k ds fodkl esa mudk uke gksA

b) ;g mudk dRkZO; gSA

c) mudks vPNk osru feysA

d) lokZaxh.k fodkl esa lgk;d gksaA

4- v/;kid o f”k{kd Nk=ksa ds fy, egRoiw.kZ gSa D;ksafd &&

a) fcuk f”k{kd ds os vcks/k jgsaxsA

b) os O;olk; iznku djus esa lgk;d gSaA

c) os fo|ky; esa vfHkHkkodksa dk LFkku ysrs gSaA

d) os vPNs fl)kUr fl[kkrs gSaA

5- lokZaxh.k fodkl ls vki D;k le>rs gSa\

a) lokZaxh.k :i ls LoLFk O;fDr

b) iw.kZ:is.k euq’;

c) le`) O;fDrRo

d) iw.kZ:is.k f”kf{kr O;fDr

6- f”k{kd vkSj vfHkHkkodksa ds ijLij lglaca/kksa ls D;k ykHk gS\

a) “kS{kf.kd ;ksX;rk,a

b) e/kqj varlZEcU/k

c) Nk= dk lokZaxh.k fodkl

d) LoLFk okrkoj.k

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Passage No. – 4

The bulk of our population is poor and illiterate. Their sorry condition poses a problem. On the one hand there is a

shortage of teachers for Adult Education and on the other, the adults feel shy of starting to learn at a late age and

attend classes. Moreover, the adult villagers have little time to spare for attending classes as the job of a farmer is

very strenuous. In addition, he finds that what is taught at adult centres of education has no bearing on his daily

needs, therefore he has become cynical about adult education. It is necessary to make it more meaningful for

farmers in the villages. In towns and cities also, emphasis should be laid at increasing literacy rate and encourage

adult education. Though it can be made useful and work based to arise their interest. It should comprise types of

system in which earning and learning go together. Efforts to enhance adult education will ultimately discourage

tendency to migrate to towns for better earning.

1. What is needed for Adult Education in villages?

a) It should be agriculture oriented

b) It should be free

c) It should be compulsory

d) It should be available in all villages

2. The main problem for educating adult in village is ………..

a) Financial helplessness to purchase books etc.

b) They hardly find time to study and feel shy

c) Their inability to read and write

d) There is no room for schools in villages

3. The farmers have grown cynical about education because……

a) He has no time go to school

b) What is taught in such schools is mostly of no use in his daily life.

c) He has no money to pay fees

d) He needs rest & recreation after strenuous work.

4. Adult Education should be encouraged in …………..

a) Towns and cities

b) Schools, collages

c) Towns , cities and villages

d) Only villages

5. The inherent problem of education system is ………….

a) Lack of funds

b) Shortage of teachers

c) No spare space for schools

d) Lack of interest

6. The education imparted should be…………..

a) Entertaining and interesting

b) Vocational

c) Useful & Meaningful

d) Limited to cities

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gekjh tula[;k dk cgqr cM+k Hkkx xjhc rFkk vui<+ gSA mudh ;g n;uh; n”kk ,d fpark dk fo’k; gSA ,d rjQ

f”k{kdksa dh deh gS rFkk nwljh vksj cM+h mez esa xk¡o ds o;Ld f”k{kk dh vksj dne j[kus ls drjkrs gSaA vius O;olk; ds

pyrs xk¡o okyksa ij le; dk Hkh vHkko gS] D;ksafd d`f’k dk;Z esa cgqr ifjJe djuk iM+rk gSA og ;g Hkh ikrk gS fd tks

Hkh f”k{kk dsUnz esa i<+k;k tkrk gS og mlds nSfud thou esa enn ugha djrk gS ftl dkj.k og f”k{kk ls fujk”k gks tkrk

gSA ;g vfuok;Z gS fd f”k{kk muds dk;Z ds lkFk lkFkZd gksA uxj vkSj “kgjksa esa Hkh lk{kjrk nj vkSj izkS<+ f”k{kk dks

izksRlkfgr fd;k tkuk pkfg,A ;|fi ;g mudh :fp ds vuqdwy vf/kd mi;ksxh vkSj dk;kZ/kkfjr cukbZ tk ldrh gSA

;g O;oLFkk ,slh gks ftlesa dekuk vkSj lh[kuk lkFk&lkFk pysA izkS<+ f”k{kk ds iz;kl ;fn xk¡oksa esa Bhd gks rks xk¡oksa ls

“kgjksa dh vksj iyk;u dh izo`fRr ls NqVdkjk feysxk

1- xk¡oksa esa izkS<+ f”k{kk dh D;k vko”;drk gS\

a) ;g d`f’k vk/kkfjr gksuh pkfg,A

b) ;g eq¶r gksuh pkfg,A

c) ;g vfuok;Z gksuh pkfg,A

d) ;g lHkh xk¡o okyksa dks miyC/k gksuh pkfg,A

2- xk¡oksa esa izkS<+ f”k{kk dh eq[; leL;k gS &&

a) fofRr; vHkko ds dkj.k iqLrdsa u [kjhn ikuk

b) le; dk vHkko o “kfEkZanxh

c) fy[kus o i<+us esa v;ksX;

d) xk¡oksa esa fo|ky;ksa dh dksbZ txg ugha

3- xk¡oksa esa izkS<+ f”k{kk dh vksj fdlku mnklhu gSa D;ksafd &&

a) muds ikl fo|ky; tkus dk le; ugha gSA

b) fo|ky; esa i<+k, tkus okys fo’k; dk muds thou esa dksbZ mi;ksx ugha gSA

c) muds ikl “kqYd nsus ds fy, /ku ugha gSA

d) dBksj ifjJe ds ckn mUgsa vkjke vkSj euksjatu dh vko”;drk gSA

4- izkS<+ f”k{kk izksRlkfgr dh tkuh pkfg, &&

a) dLcks o “kgjksa esa

b) fo|ky; o egkfo|ky;ksa esa

c) dLcs] “kgj o xk¡oksa esa

d) dsoy xk¡oksa esa

5- izkS<+ f”k{kk dh eq[; leL;k D;k gS\

a) udnh dk vHkko

b) v/;kidksa dh deh

c) fo|ky; fuekZ.k ds fy, txg dk vHkko

d) :fp dk vHkko

6- f”k{kk nh tkuh pkfg, &&

a) euksjatd vkSj :fpiw.kZ

b) O;kolkf;d

c) mi;ksxh o vFkZiw.kZ

d) “kgjksa rd lhfer

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Passage No. – 5

Read the given statements and answer the given questions:-

Neena, Madhu and Payal can play Tabla.

Neena, Madhu, Salma can play guitar.

Neena, Salma, Seema can dance.

Seema, Neena, Madhu can sing.

Question 1:- Who can play guitar, dance and sing?

a) Neena

b) Seema

c) Madhu

d) Salma

Question 2:- Who can dance and sing but can not play guitar ?

a) Neena

b) Seema

c) Salma

d) Madhu

Question 3:- Who can play guitar and sing but can not dance?

a) Payal

b) Madhu

c) Salma

d) Neena

Question 4:- Who can play guitar, dance and sing and play Tabla?

a) Payal

b) Neena

c) Madhu

d) Seema

Question 5:- Who can play Tabla only?

a) Payal

b) Madhu

c) Neena

d) Salma

Question 6:- Who can play guitar but can not sing?

a) Salma

b) Madhu

c) Neena

d) Payal

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fuEu dFkuksa dks /;kuiwoZd if<+, vkSj fn, x, iz”uksa ds mRrj nhft, %&

uhuk] e/kq vkSj ik;y rcyk ctk ldrh gSaA

uhuk] e/kq] lyek fxVkj ctk ldrh gSaA

uhuk] lyek] lhek u`R; dj ldrh gSaA

lhek] uhuk] e/kq xk ldrh gSaA

1- dkSu fxVkj ctk ldrh gS] u`R; dj ldrh gS vkSj xk ldrh gS\

a) uhuk

b) lhek

c) e/kq

d) lyek

2- dkSu u`R; dj ldrh gS ijUrq fxVkj ugha ctk ldrh gS\

a) uhuk

b) lhek

c) lyek

d) e/kq

3- dkSu xk ldrh gS vkSj fxVkj ctk ldrh gS] ijUrq u`R; ugha dj ldrh gS\

a) ik;y

b) e/kq

c) lyek

d) uhuk

4- dkSu fxVkj vkSj rcyk ctk ldrh gS] xkrh gS vksj u`R; dj ldrh gS\

a) ik;y

b) uhuk

c) e/kq

d) lhek

5- dkSu dsoy rcyk ctk ldrk gS\

a) ik;y

b) e/kq

c) uhuk

d) lyek

6- dkSu fxVkj ctk ldrh gS ijUrq xk ugha ldrh\

a) lyek

b) e/kq

c) uhuk

d) ik;y

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Passage No. – 6

S 3 # R 9 @ E T V U 5 % I W 4 Y 8 S X Z 6 A K & 7 B

1. In the above arrangement how many vowels are there which comes just after a symbol.

a) Three

b) Two

c) One

d) Four

2. In the above arrangement how many numerals come just before a symbol.

a) Two

b) Three

c) Four

d) Five

3. In the above arrangement how many consonant are there which comes just before a numeral.

a) One

b) Four

c) Three

d) Five

4. In the above arrangement how many symbols are there which have a numeral just before them and a vowel

does not come just after.

a) Three

b) Five

c) Two

d) Four

5. In the above arrangement how many Geometrical figures are there which comes just before a numeral but

does not come after a vowel.

a) Three

b) Two

c) Four

d) One

6. In the above arrangement how many vowels are there which comes either just before or just after any

consonant.

a) Two

b) Four

c) Three

d) Five

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S 3 # R 9 @ E T V U 5 % I W 4 Y 8 S X Z 6 A K & 7 B

1- mijksDr O;oLFkk esa ,ls fdrus Loj gSa tks fdlh izrhd ds rqjar ckn esa vkrs gSa\

a) rhu

b) nks

c) ,d

d) pkj

2- mijksDr O;oLFkk esa ,sls fdrus la[;kad gSa tks izrhdksa ls rqjar igys gSa\

a) nks

b) rhu

c) pkj

d) ik¡p

3- mijksDr O;oLFkk esa ,sls fdrus O;atu gSa ftuls rqjar igys dksbZ la[;kad gSa\

a) ,d

b) pkj

c) rhu

d) ik¡p

4- mijksDr O;oLFkk esa ,sls fdrus izrhd gSa ftuls rqjar igys ,d la[;kad gS ijUrq mlds ckn dksbZ Loj ugha gS\

a) rhu

b) ik¡p

c) nks

d) pkj

5- mijksDr O;oLFkk esa fdruh T;kferh; vkd`fr;k¡ fdlh la[;kad ls rqjar igys gSa ijUrq fdlh Loj ds ckn ugha gSa\

a) rhu

b) nks

c) pkj

d) ,d

6- mijksDr O;oLFkk esa fdrus Loj ,sls gSa tks O;atauksa ds rqjar igys ;k rqjar ckn esa gSa\

a) nks

b) pkj

c) rhu

d) ik¡p

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Passage No. – 7

Four friends Anuj, Dinesh, Pankaj and Sumit come from different cities of India. They have different professions like

Artist, Doctor, Player and Singer. Now read carefully the following rules and information and answer the questions that

follow. You can take help from the given table by marking the (× ) or ( ) in the boxes.

1. The first letter in the name of person, profession and the city is not same.

2. Sumit is a player and comes from Durg city.

3. Pankaj, Anuj and the player do not come from Pune.

4. Anuj is not a singer and comes from Sambhal

5. Pankaj comes from the city whose first letter can not be the same as the first letter of his

profession

Artist Doctor Player Singer Ajmer Durg Pune Sambhal

Anuj

Dinesh

Pankaj

Sumit

1. Dinesh comes from which city?

a) Ajmer

b) Durg

c) Pune

d) Sambhal

2. What is the profession of Anuj?

a) Artist

b) Doctor

c) Player

d) Singer

3. Name the city from where Pankaj comes?

a) Ajmer

b) Durg

c) Pune

d) Sambhal

4. Who among the following is the singer?

a) Anuj

b) Dinesh

c) Pankaj

d) Sumit

5. Which pair of the following can exchange their profession with each-other if they follow the rule number 1 strictly ?

a) Anuj – Dinesh

b) Sumit – Pankaj

c) Dinesh – Pankaj

d) None of these

6. What is the profession of Dinesh?

a) Artist

b) Doctor

c) Player

d) Singer

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fuEu lwpukvksa dks /;kuiwoZd if<+, vkSj fu;e ,oa lwpukvksa ij vk/kkfjr iz”uksa ds mRrj nhft, %&

pkj nksLr vuqt] fnus”k] iadt vkSj lqfer pkjksa vyx&vyx “kgjksa vtesj] nqxZ] iq.ks vkSj laHky ls vk, gSa rFkk pkjksa ds

O;olk; dykdkj] MkWDVj] f[kykM+h ,oa xk;d gSaA vc fuEufyf[kr fu;eksa dk ikyu dfj, vkSj iz”uksa ds mRrj nhft,A

vki fn, x, rkfydk [kkds dh enn ysdj iz”uksRrj dj ldrs gSaA

dykdkj MkWDVj f[kykM+h xk;d vtesj nqxZ iq.ks laHky

vuqt

fnus”k

iadt

lqfer

1- O;fDr ds uke] O;olk; vkSj “kgj ds uke dk igyk v{kj vaxzsth ds vuqlkj leku ugha gSaA

2- lqfer f[kykM+h gS vkSj nqxZ ls vk;k gSA

3- vuqt] iadt vkSj f[kykM+h iq.ks ls ugha vk, gSaA

4- vuqt xk;d ugha gS vksj laHky ls vk;k gSA

5- iadt ftl “kgj ls vk;k gS ml “kgj ds uke ds igys v{kj okys O;olk; esa ugha gks ldrkA

iz”u %&

1- fnus”k fdl “kgj ls vk;k gS\

a) vtesj

b) nqxZ

c) iq.ks

d) laHky

2- vuqt dk O;olk; D;k gS\

a) dykdkj

b) MkWDVj

c) f[kykM+h

d) xk;d

3- iadt fdl “kgj ls vk;k gS\

a) vtesj

b) nqxZ

c) iq.ks

d) laHky

4- fuEu esa xk;d dkSu gS\

a) vuqt

b) fnus”k

c) iadt

d) lqfer

5- fuEu esa dkSu lk tksM+k Øe la[;k 1 ds fu;e dk ikyu djrs gq, vius O;olk; dks ,d nwljs ls cny ldrs

gSa\

a) vuqt&fnus”k

b) lqfer&iadt

c) fnus”k&iadt

d) buesa ls dksbZ ugha

6- fnus”k dk O;olk; D;k gS\

a) dykdkj

b) MkWDVj

c) f[kykM+h

d) xk;d

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Passage No. – 8

Education is for life, not merely for a livelihood! So long as we are unmindful of this truth the quality of our

educational curriculum as well as that of our teachers and students will remain inadequate. It is not enough for a

society to have experts. It needs human beings who can think, feel, and act generously, the kind of people who

cannot be replaced by the computers and robots. The great fault of our present age is its emphasis on efficiency at

the cost of humanity.

1. The author talks about___________________ in the above passage.

a) Human beings

b) Teachers

c) Education

d) Curriculum

2. When the author says that education is for life, he means to say that –

a) Education is useful for earning money.

b) Education is useful for earring money

c) Education can make a person rich

d) Education can train the people to be proper human beings

3. The author says that it is not enough for a society to have experts because:

a) Experts are very egoistic people

b) Experts cannot give overall view of facts

c) Experts are not really sensitive to the needs of the society

d) Experts are eccentric people

4. According to the author the present educational system:

a) Stresses on efficiency

b) Fulfills social aspects

c) Is science oriented

d) Emphasizes on computer education

5. Human beings cannot be replaced by computers and robots because:

a) Computers and robots are non-human

b) They react mechanically

c) They do not have specialized knowledge

d) They cannot think and feel like humans

6. The main idea of the passage is:

a) Educated people should have a sympathetic attitude

b) Education should be to improve the quality of life rather than efficiency

c) Only experts are efficient

d) The only goal of education is to gain efficiency.

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f”k{kk thou ds fy, gSa dsoy iSlk dekus ds fy, ugha gSA tc rd ge bl lPPkkbZ ds izfr lpsr ugha gksaxs rc rd

gekjh f”k{kk dk ikB~;Øe vkSj gekjs v/;kidksa vkSj fo|kfFkZ;ksa dh xq.koRrk vi;kZIr jgsxhA fdlh lekt ds fy, dsoy

fuiq.k yksxkas dk gksuk Ik;kZIr ugha gSA bls vko”;drk gS ,sls euq’;ksa dh tks lksp ldrs gSa] vuqHko dj ldrs gSa vkSj

mnkjrk ls dke ys ldrs gSaA bl izdkj ds yksxksa dk LFkku dHkh Hkh dEI;wVj vkSj jkscksV ugha ys ldrs gSaA orZeku ;qx

dk eq[; nks’k gS fd ge ekuork dks nkao ij yxkdj dk;Zdq”kyrk ij tksj ns jgs gSA

1- mijksDr x|ka”k es a ys[kd &&&&& ds ckjs esa ckr djrk gSA

a) euq’;

b) v/;kid

c) f”k{kk

d) ikB~;Øe

2- tc ys[kd dgrk gS fd f”k{kk thou ds fy, gS] blls mldk rkRi;Z gS fd %

a) thou esa f”k{kk cgqr ykHknk;d gSA

b) f”k{kk iSlk dekus ds fy, ykHkdkjh gSA

c) f”k{kk O;fDr dks vehj cuk ldrh gSA

d) f”k{kk yksxksa dks ekuork fl[kkrh gSA

3- ys[kd dgrk gS fd lekt ds fy, fuiq.k O;fDr;ksa dk gksuk gh Ik;kZIr ugha gS] D;ksafd &

a) fuiq.k yksx cgqr vgadkjh gksrs gSaA

b) fuiq.k yksx rF;ksa dk iw.kZ voyksdu ugha dj ldrs gSaA

c) fuiq.k yksx lekt dh t:jrksa ds izfr laosnu”khy ugha gksrs gSaA

d) fuiq.k yksx ludh gksrs gSaA

4- ys[kd ds vuqlkj orZeku f”k{kk iz.kkyh &

a) n{krk ij tksj nsrh gSA

b) lkekftd igyqvksa dks iw.kZ djrh gSA

c) foKku mUeq[kh gSA

d) dEI;wVj f”k{kk ij tksj nsrh gSA

5- dEI;wVj ;k jkscksV vkneh dh txg ugha ys ldrk gS] D;ksafd &

a) dEI;wVj ;k jkscksV vekuoh; gksrs gSaA

b) mudh izfrfØ;k ;kfU=d gSA

c) muds ikl fof”k’V Kku ugha gksrkA

d) os balku dh rjg u rks lksp ldrs gSa u eglwl dj ldrs gSaA

6- x|ka”k dk eq[; Hkko gS %&

a) f”kf{kr O;fDr;ksa dk lgkuqHkwfriw.kZ joS;k gksuk pkfg,A

b) f”k{kk dk mn~ns”; n{krk ugha cfYd thou dh xq.koRrk dks lq/kkjuk gksuk pkfg,A

c) dsoy fuiq.k yksx gh n{k gksrs gSA

d) f”k{kk dk ,dek= eq[; mn~ns”; n{krk dks izkIr djuk gSA

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Answer Key to Qualitative Passage Based MCQ

Passage – 1

Answer 1. (c) Courage and determination

Answer 2. (b) Will power

Answer 3. (d) All of the above

Answer 4. (b) Maintains balance

Answer 5. (c) UNICEF

Answer 6. (d) All the above

Passage – 2

Answer 1. (a) Earn Livelihood

Answer 2. (b) Professional

Answer 3. (d) Dedication

Answer 4. (a) Lazy

Answer 5. (c) Third Mason

Answer 6. (c) Enjoy doing well with commitment

Passage – 3

Answer 1. (c) Developing sound personality of their own

Answer 2. (d) Parent should have interpersonal relations with teachers

Answer 3. (d) Help to build well developed personality

Answer 4. (d) Teachers preach good principles

Answer 5. (c) To develop into rich personality

Answer 6. (c) wholesome development of the child

Passage – 4

Answer 1. (a) It should be agriculture oriented

Answer 2. (b) They hardly find time to study and feel shy

Answer 3. (b) What is taught in such schools is mostly of no use in his daily life

Answer 4. (c) Towns, cities and villages

Answer 5. (b) Shortage of teachers

Answer 6. (c) Useful & meaningful

Passage – 5

Answer 1. (a) Neena

Answer 2. (b) Seema

Answer 3. (b) Madhu

Answer 4. (b) Neena

Answer 5. (a) Payal

Answer 6. (a) Salma

Passage – 6

Answer 1. (b) Two

Answer 2. (d) Five

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Answer 3. (a) One

Answer 4. (a) Three

Answer 5. (d) One

Answer 6. (c) Three

Passage – 7

Answer 1. (c)

Answer 2. (b)

Answer 3. (a)

Answer 4. (c)

Answer 5. (d)

Answer 6. (a)

Hints

Artist Doctor Player Singer Ajmer Durg Pune Sambhal

Anuj × × × × × ×

Dinesh × × × × × ×

Pankaj × × × × × ×

Sumit × × × × × ×

Passage – 8

Answer 1. (c) Education

Answer 2. (d) Education can train the people to be proper human beings

Answer 3. (c) Experts are not really sensitive to the needs of the society

Answer 4. (a) Stresses on efficiency

Answer 5. (d) They cannot think and feel like human

Answer 6. (b) Education should be to improve the quality of life rather than efficiency

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QUANTITATIVE Stand Alone MCQ

1. What is the value of :

Ekku Kkr djks %&

[(64) ½

]1/3

[27

1)

1/3]

2

2. What are the zeroes of the polynomial x2 – 16?

cgqin x2 – 16 ds ‚kwU;kad crkvks %&

3. What is the remainder when polynomial x3 – ax

2 + 6x – a is divided by (x – a)?

cgqin x3 – ax

2 + 6x – a dks (x – a) ls Hkkx nsus ij ‚ks’kQy D;k gksxk\

4. Which one is correct order of Cartesian plane for the points (4, –4), (–3, 2), (–5, –

7) and (6, 3)?

fcUnqvksa (4, –4), (–3, 2), (–5, –7) vkSj (6, 3) ds dkfrZds; ry dk Øe gS %&

(i) I, II, III, IV

(ii) IV, II, III, I

(iii) III, II, I, IV

(iv) II, III, IV, I

(i) 2 (ii) 9 (iii) 9/2 (iv)

2/9

(i) (4, –4) (ii) (–4, –4) (iii) (4, 4) (iv) None of these

(i) a (ii) 3a (iii) a/5 (iv) 5a

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5. In the given figure if BAC = 72o and AB = AC, ACD = ?

fn, x, fp= esa BAC = 72o rFkk AB = AC rks ACD dk eku gksxk %&

6. Sum of exterior angles of a triangle is :

fdlh f=Hkqt ds cfg’dks.kksa dk ;ksx gksrk gS %&

7. If DC AA AB, the values of ‘x’ and ‘y’ are :

fn, x, fp= esa ;fn DC AA AB rks ‘x’rFkk ‘y’ds eku gSa %&

(i) (45o, 25

o)

(ii) (25o, 65

o)

(iii) (30o, 45

o)

(iv) (45o, 30

o)

(i) 54o (ii) 126

o (iii)136

o (iv) 108

o

(i) 270o (ii) 306

o (iii)630

o (iv) 360

o

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8. Which type of quadrilateral ABCD is, if AOB = 90o?

prqHkqZt ABCD esa ;fn AOB = 90o gks rks ;g prqHkqZt fdl izdkj dk prqHkqZTk gS\

(i) Rectangle (आयत)

(ii) Parallelogram (lekukUrj prqHkZqt)

(iii) Rhombus (leprqHkqZt)

(iv) All of them (mijksDr lHkh)

9. In circle (O, r) AB is the chord and ACB = 76o, find ADB.

o‘RRk (O, r) esa thok AB gS] ;fn ACB = 76o rks ADB dk eku gksxk %&

10. In circle (O, r), OP QR and QR = 14 cm, the value of PQ is :

o‘Rr (O, r) esa OP QR rFkk QR = 14 cm rks PQ dk eku gksxk %&

(i) 67o (ii) 78

o (iii) 87

o (iv) 76

o

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11. Find the area of equilateral triangle of side 4 cm.

4 lseh Hkqtk

okys leckgq

f=Hkqt dk {ks=Qy gksxk %&

12. A bag contains 7 red balls, 6 green balls, 4 black balls. A ball is drawn randomly

from this bag. What is the probability of the drawn ball is to be white ball?

,d FkSys esa 7 yky] 6 gjh vkSj 4 dkyh xsansas gSaA ;kn‘PN;k FkSys esa ls ,d xsan fudkyh tkrh gSA

fudkyh xbZ xsan ds lQsn gksus dh izkf;drk D;k gksxh\

13. Radius of the base of a cylinder and sphere are equal, the volume of both are

equal, the height of cylinder is:

,d csyu ds vk/kkj o xksys dh f=T;k leku gSa] ;fn muds vk;ru cjkcj gksa rks csyu dh Å¡pkbZ

D;k gksxh\

14. ? : True Solution : : Starch Solution : Salt Solution

(i) Homogenous solution

(ii) Suspension

(iii) Colloidal solution

(iv) Aqueous solution

\ % okLrfod foy;u % % LVkpZ foy;u % ued dk ?kksy

(i) Lekaxh foy;u

(ii) fuyEcu

(iii) dksykbMy foy;u

(i) 6 cm (ii) 6.7 cm (iii) 7 cm (iv) 7.6 cm

(i) 43 cm (ii) 43 cm2 (iii)34 cm

2 (iv) 6cm

2

(i) 7/17 (ii)

6/17 (iii)

4/17 (iv) 0

(i) 4/3 r (ii)

¾ r (iii)

9/16 r (iv)

4/3r

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(iv) tyh; foy;u

15. Filtration : Fractional distillation : : ? : ?

(i) Solid – liquid : miscible liquid

(ii) Sublimation : Separating funnel

(iii) Solid – solid : liquid – liquid

(iv) Gas – gas : solid – gas

Nkuuk % vklou fof/k % % \ % \

(i) Bksl&nzo % ?kqyu‛khy nzo

(ii) m/oZikru % i‘FkDdj.k Quy

(iii) Bksl&Bksl % nzo&nzo

(iv) xSl&xSl % Bksl&xSl

16. Oxygen : 16 : : carbon : ?

(i) 27

(ii) 35.5

(iii) 14

(iv) 12

vkDlhtu % 16 % % dkcZu % \

(i) 27

(ii) 35.5

(iii) 14

(iv) 12

17. Robert Hooks : Robert Brown : : Cells : ?

(i) Cytoplasm

(ii) Mitochondria

(iii) Nucleus

(iv) Lysosomes

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jkcVZ gqd % jkcVZ czkmu % % dksf‛kdk % \

(i) Dksf‛kdk nzO;

(ii) ekbVksdkafMª;k

(iii) dsUnzd

(iv) ykblkslkse

18. Suicidal bag : power house : : ? : Mitochondria

(i) Plastids

(ii) Golgi apparatus

(iii) Ribosome

(iv) Lysosomes

vkREk?kkrh FkSyh % ikoj gkml % % \ % ekbVksdkafMª;k

(i) IySfLVM

(ii) xkYth midj.k

(iii) jkbckslkse

(iv) ykblkslkse

19. Leucoplasts : Chromoplasts : : Colourless : ?

(i) Coloured

(ii) Green

(iii) White

(iv) Black

Y;wdksIykLV % ØkseksIykLV % % jaxghu % \

(i) jaxhu

(ii) gjk

(iii) lQsn

(iv) dkyk

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20. Amoeba : ? : : Unicellular : Multi-cellular

(i) Earthworm

(ii) Euglena

(iii) Paramecium

(iv) Bacteria

vehck % \ % % ,dy dksf‛kdh; % cgqdksf‛kdh;

(i) dspqvk

(ii) ;wXyhuk

(iii) isjkfef‛k;e

(iv) thok.kq

21. Apical Meristem : Lateral Meristem : : Tips of stem : ?

(i) Sides of stem or roots

(ii) Base of leaves

(iii) Internodes on twinges

(iv) Outer covering of epidermis

‚kh’kZLFk foHkT;ksrd % ik‛ohZ; foHkT;ksrd % % rus ds ‚kh’kZ ij % \

(i) rus vkSj tM+ dh ifjf/k ij

(ii) ifRr;ksa ds vk/kkj ij

(iii) Vgfu;ksa ds ioZ ij

(iv) Ckgjh Ropk ij

22. Xylem : ? : : transport of water : transport of food

(i) Parenchyma

(ii) Phloem

(iii) Collenchymas

(iv) Sclerenchyma

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tkbye % \ % % ty dk laogu % Hkkstu dk laogu

(i) iSjsUdkbek

(ii) ¶yks,e

(iii) dksysUdkbek

(iv) LdsysjsUdkbek

23. Stomata : ? : : Exchanging of gas : opening & closing of stomata

(i) Protective tissue

(ii) Guard cell

(iii) Thick walls of cells

(iv) Epidermis cell

LVksesVk % \ % % xSlksa dk vknku&iznku % LVksesVk dk [kqyuk vkSj cUn gksuk

(i) laj{kh Ård

(ii) j{kd dksf‛kdk

(iii) dksf‛kdk dh fHkfRr

(iv) ckg~; Ropk dksf‛kdk

24. Force : Newton : : Energy : ?

(i) Kilogram

(ii) meter/second

(iii) Joules

(iv) Meter/second2

cy % U;wVu % % ÅtkZ % \

(i) fdyksxzke

(ii) [email protected]

(iii) twy

(iv) [email protected]

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25. F1 force is required to accelerate 2 kg mass at 5 ms–2

and F2 force is

required to accelerate 4 kg mass at 2 metres/sec2

F1 cy 2 kg nzO;eku dks 5 ms–2

ls Rofjr djrk gSA F2 cy 4 kg nzO;eku dks 2 metres/sec2 ls

Rofjr djrk gSA

(i) F1 = F2

(ii) F1> F2

(iii) F1 < F2

(iv) None of these (mijksDr esa dksbZ ugha)

26. Momentum of a moving body is given by :

fdlh xfr‛khy oLrq dk laosx dk lw= %

(i) m v

(ii) m a

(iii) m g

(iv) All of above (mijksDr lHkh )

27. Weight of a boy on earth is 72 N, what will be his weight on moon?

;fn fdlh yM+ds dk Hkkj i‘Foh ij 72 N gS rks mldk pk¡n ij fdruk Hkkj gksxk\

(i) 9 N

(ii) 18 N

(iii) 8 N

(iv) 12 N

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28. Which side of box will exert more pressure on table top?

ckDl dkl dkSu lk fljk est ij vf/kd nkc Mkysxk\

(i) A

(ii) B

(iii) Both exert same pressure (nksuksa fls ,d tSlk nkc Mkysaxs)

(iv) None of these (mijksDr esa dksbZ ugha)

29. Weight of an object at polar and at equator :

fdlh oLrq dk Hkkj /kzqo rFkk Hkwe/; js[kk ij %

(i) Increasing from pole to equator (/kzqo ls Hkwe/; js[kk rd c<+rk gS)

(ii) Remain same (,d tSlk jgrk gS)

(iii) Decreasing from pole to equator (/kzqo ls Hkwe/; js[kk rd ?kVrk gS)

(iv) All of them (mijksDr lHkh)

30. An object will float on fluid only if its density is :

dksbZ OkLrq rjy ds lrg ij rSjrh gS ;fn mldk ?kuRo %

(i) Less than fluid (rjy ls de gks)

(ii) More than fluid (rjy ls vf/kd gks)

(iii) Same as fluid (rjy ds leku gks)

(iv) None of these (mijksDr esa ls dksbZ ugha)

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31. Expression for kinetic energy and potential energy of a body is given by :

fdlh oLrq dh xfrt ÅtkZ vkSj fLFkfrt ÅtkZ dk lw= %

(i) ½ mv2, ma

(ii) mgh, ½ mv2

(iii) ma, mgh

(iv) ½ mv2, mgh

32. The energy used in industry is expressed in Kilowatt hour (KWh) which is equal to :

ÅtkZ dk O;olkf;d ek=d fdyksokV ?kaVk (KWh) gSA ;g ÅtkZ ds cjkcj gS %&

(i) 3.6 10 6 J

(ii) 3.06 10 6 J

(iii) 306 10 6 J

(iv) 30.6 10 6 J

33. To hear an echo the minimum distance between the obstacle and the source of

sound should be :

izfr/ofu lqukbZ nsus ds fy, /ofu mRiknd lzksr rFkk ijkorZd ds chp de ls de nwjh gksuh pkfg, %

(i) 10.4 m

(ii) 15.2 m

(iii) 20.6 m

(iv) 17.2 m

34. An adult human ear can hear sound in a frequency range of :

,d o;Ld euq’; ds dkuksa ds JO; ifjlj ds rjaxnS/;Z %

(i) 20 Hz to 2000 Hz

(ii) 20 Hz to 20000 Hz

(iii) 20 Hz to 200 Hz

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(iv) 20 Hz to 200000 Hz

35. Ultra sound range of frequencies associated with :

(i) Less than 20000 Hz

(ii) Greater than 20000 Hz

(iii) None of these

(iv) Equal to 20000 Hz

ijk/ofu vkorhZ dk ifjlj %

(i) 20000 Hz ls de

(ii) 20000 Hz ls vf/kd

(iii) mijksDr esa dksbZ ugha

(iv) 20000 Hz ds cjkcj

36. Malaria is caused by parasite :

(i) Salmonella Typhi

(ii) Vibro Cholerae

(iii) Plasmodium

(iv) Bacteria

eysfj;k ijthoh ls QSyrk gS %&

(i) lkYkeksusyk VkbQh

(ii) focjks dksysjk

(iii) IykTeksfM;e

(iv) thok.kq

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37. The national average consumption quantity of PDS is 1 kg. It is 300 gm in Orissa. Find

out how much is the quantity of average consumption less than the national average

consumption quantity in Orissa?

ih Mh ,l [kk|kUuksa dk jk’Vªh; vkSlr miHkksx ek=k 1 fdyksxzke gSA mM+hlk esa ;g 300 xzke gSA

crkb, mM+hlk esa vkSlr miHkksx ek=k jk’Vªh; vkSlr miHkksx ek=k ls fdruh de gS\

(i) 299 gm

(ii) 301 gm

(iii) 700 gm

(iv) 400 gm

38. Production of grains in India :

Hkkjr esa vukt dk mRiknu

Year o’kZ 1960-61 1970-71 1980-81 1990-91

Year (quantity crores ton) Ek=k ¼fDoaVy djksM+ Vu½

8 10 15 18

In between which decade the production of grains has increased the most?

fdu n‛kdksa ds e/; mRiknu dh o‘f) lcls vf/kd jgh\

(i) 1960-61

(ii) 1970-71

(iii) 1980-81

(iv) 1990-91

39. The percentage of poverty in Bihar is 42 and the percentage of poverty in West Bengal

is 20. Find its ratio.

fcgkj esa fu/kZurk dk izfr‛kr 42 gS rFkk caxky esa fu/kZurk dk izfr‛kr 20 gSA bls vuqikr esa crkb,

(i) 6 : 5

(ii) 21 : 10

(iii) 5 : 6

(iv) 20 : 21

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40.

Find the total percentage of poverty in the year 1999-00.

1999&00 esa dqy fu/kZurk dk izfr‛kr crkb,A

(i) 32.1

(ii) 26.0

(iii) 32.0

(iv) 20

41. Details of Health Centres being opened by the Government under National Health

Policy :

jk’Vªh; LokLF; uhfr ds rgr ljdkj }kjk [kksys x, LokLF; dsUnzksa dk fooj.k %

Year o’kZ 1951 1981 2001

No. of Health Centres LokLF; dsUnzksa dh la[;k

925 59363 163181

How many new Health Centres have been opened after 1981?

1981 ds i‛pkr fdrus vkSj u, LokLF; dsUnz [kksys x,\

(i) 5718

(ii) 56438

(iii) 58288

(iv) 103818

Year o’kZ Rural Poverty (%) xzkeh.k fu/kZurk

Urban Poverty (%) ‚kgjh fu/kZurk

1973-74 26.1 6.0

1993-94 24.4 7.6

1999-00 19.3 6.7

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42.

How much percentage has increased in the male literacy rate?

iq:’k lk{kjrk esa fdrus izfr‛kr o‘f) gqbZ\

(i) 47

(ii) 42

(iii) 70

(iv) 85

43. Govind, a farmer of village Palampur, holds a land of 3.25 hectares. He gave his three

sons a piece of land of 0.75 hectares to each. the remaining land he keeps by himself.

How many hectares of land is left with Govind now?

xksfoUn tk ikyeiqj xk¡o dk fdlku gS mlds ikl 3-25 gsDVs;j tehu gSA mlus vius rhu iq=ksa dks

0-75 gsDVs;j tehu izR;sd dks ns nhA ‚ks’k tehu mlds ikl jg x;hA crkb, xksfoUn ds ikl fdrus

gsDVs;j tehu cph\

(i) 1.5 hectares

(ii) 1 hectare

(iii) 0.5 hectare

(iv) 0.75 hectares

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44. Calculate the temperature range from the given table :

lkj.kh ls rki ifjlj Kkr dhft,

Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

Tem o C 14.4 16.4 23.3 30 33.3 33.3 36 29 28.9 25.6 19.4 15.9

(i) 21.6

(ii) 18

(iii) 66.6

(iv) 25

45.

Find the percentage of children from the above pie-chart.

fn, x, vkjs[k esa cPpksa dk izfr‛kr crkb,

(i) 70

(ii) 51.2

(iii) 65.6

(iv) 34.4

46. A country must have 33% of forests. In India, the percentage of forests is 20.55%. How

much percentage of forests is lacking for an ideal state?

fdlh ns‛k esa ouksa dk izfr‛kr 33% gksuk pkfg,A Hkkjr esa ouksa dks izfr‛kr 20-55% gSA ,d vkn‛kZ

fLFkfr ds fy, fdrus izfr‛kr ouksa dh deh gS\

(i) 55.5

(ii) 10

(iii) 12.45

(iv) 15

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47. Following is the annual average rainfall in four mega cities :

pkj egkuxjksa dh okf’kZd vkSlr o’kkZ fuEu gS %&

Megacity

egkuxj

Mumbai Kolkata Chennai Thiruvanantpuram

Rainfall (in cm)

o’kkZ ¼lseh esa½

183.4 162.5 128.6 181.2

Determine the difference between the maximum average rainfall and the minimum

average rainfall :

lcls vf/kd vkSlr o’kkZ o lcls de vkSlr o’kkZ dk vUrj Kkr dhft, %&

(i) 50.6

(ii) 56.8

(iii) 52.6

(iv) 54.8

48.

How much percentage of agricultural land do the rich farmers have?

vehj fdlkuksa ds ikl fdrus izfr‛kr d‘f’k {ks= gS\

(i) 36

(ii) 64

(iii) 20

(iv) 80

36%

64%

80%

20%

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49.

In which census year did the sex ratio remain minimum?

lcls de fyax vuqikr fdl tux.kuk o’kZ esa jgk\

(i) 1951

(ii) 1961

(iii) 1971

(iv) 1981

50. Find the next digit in the following series ?

निमिनिखित शरििा म अगिा अक ?

1, 5, 14, 30, 55, ?

(i) 91

(ii) 36

(iii) 95

(iv) 101

Census Year tux.kuk o’kZ

Sex Ratio per 1000 fyax vuqikr

1951 946

1961 941

1971 930

1981 934

1991 939

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Answer Key Quantitative Stand Alone MCQ

1. (iv)

2. (i)

3. (iv)

4. (ii)

5. (ii)

6. (iv)

7. (ii)

8. (iii)

9. (iv)

10. (iii)

11. (ii)

12. (iv)

13. (i)

14. (iii)

15. (i)

16. (iv)

17. (iii)

18. (iv)

19. (i)

20. (i)

21. (i)

22. (ii)

23. (ii)

24. (iii)

25. (ii)

26. (i)

27. (iv)

28. (i)

29. (i)

30. (i)

31. (iv)

32. (i)

33. (iv)

34. (ii)

35. (i)

36. (iii)

37. (iii)

38. (iii)

39. (ii)

40. (ii)

41. (iv)

42. (i)

43. (ii)

44. (i)

45. (iv)

46. (iii)

47. (iv)

48. (ii)

49. (iii)

50. (i)

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QUANTITATIVE

Passage Based MCQ

Passage No. 1

Rachna has in her kitchen 17 spoons, 3 serving spoons, 22 quarter plates, 25 full plates, 11

forks, 2 lighters and 42 boxes. Some of these boxes contain spices, 7 of the boxes contain

pulses and 4 boxes contain rice. Two boxes have ghee and three boxes have oil in them. In this

way Rachna’s kitchen is full of variety of things.

On the basis of your reading of the passage answer the questions given below :

1. How many utensils are there in Rachna’s kitchen?

(i) 78

(ii) 87

(iii) 68

(iv) 86

2. What percentage of boxes of pulses are there in the kitchen?

(i) 17/3

(ii) 7

(iii) 11

(iv) 50/3

3. What is the ratio of rice boxes to the remaining boxes in the kitchen?

(i) 3:19

(ii) 2:21

(iii) 5:21

(iv) 2:19

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4. How many more boxes of pulses are there other than rice boxes in the

kitchen?

(i) 7

(ii) 3

(iii) 4

(iv) 11

jpuk dh jlksbZ esa 17 pEeps] 3 peps] 22 IysVsa] 25 Fkkyh] 11 dkaVs] 2 ykbVj] 42 fMCcs gSaA bu fMCcksa esa dqN

elkyksa ds fMCcs gSa rFkk 7 fMCcs nkyksa ds gSaA lkFk gh bu fMCcksa esa 4 pkoy ds fMCcs gSaA bu lHkh lkeku ds

lkFk&lkFk 2 fMCcs ?kh ds gSa vkSj 3 fMCcs rsy ds gSaA bl izdkj fofHkUu lkekuksa ls mldk jlksbZ?kj Hkjk gqvk

gSA

bl x|ka”k ds vk/kkj ij fuEu iz”uksa ds mRrj nks %&

1- jpuk dh jlksbZ esa dqy fdrus crZu gSa\

(i) 78

(ii) 87

(iii) 68

(iv) 86

2- jlksbZ esa nkyksa ds fMCck aका परतिशि कमा gSa\

(i) 17/3

(ii) 7

(iii) 11

(iv) 50/3

3- यसोई घय भ चावर क fMCcksa vkSj शष fMCcksa का अनऩाि कमा ह?\

(i) 3:19

(ii) 2:21

(iii) 5:21

(iv) 2:19

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4- pkoy ds fMCcksa ls nkyksa ds fMCcksa dh la[;k fdruh vf/kd gS\

(i) 7

(ii) 3

(iii) 4

(iv) 11

Passage No. 2

A survey was conducted among 1200 people of Delhi speaking different languages, which is

shown in the given figure. Calculate the following as per given figure.

1. Number of Hindi speaking people are :

(i) 150

(ii) 45

(iii) 500

(iv) 60

2. How many people speak Punjabi?

(i) 150

(ii) 45

(iii) 90

(iv) 300

3. How many people speak Hindi and Tamil both together?

(i) 180

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(ii) 600

(iii) 280

(iv) 380

4. How many more people speak English than Malyalam?

(i) 25

(ii) 50

(iii) 76

(iv) 67

fnYyh ds fofHkUu Hkk’kk,a cksyus okys yksxksa dk los{k.k fd;k x;k] ftlesa dqy 1200 yksx “kkfey gq, ftUgsa

mudh la[;k ds vuqikr esa fp= esa n”kkZ;k x;k gSA fp= dh lgk;rk ls crkb, fd %&

1. fgUnh cksyus okys yksx fdrus gSa\

(i) 150

(ii) 45

(iii) 500

(iv) 60

2. iatkch cksyus okys yksxksa dh la[;k D;k gS\

(i) 150

(ii) 45

(iii) 90

(iv) 300

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3. fgUnh vkSj rfey ckyus okys yksxksa dh la[;k crkvksA

(i) 180

(ii) 600

(iii) 280

(iv) 380

4. ey;kye cksyus okyksa ls vaxzsth cksyus okyksa dh la[;k fdruh vf/kd gS\

(i) 25

(ii) 50

(iii) 76

(iv) 67

Passage No. 3

The phenomenon of change of a liquid into its vapour at any temperature below its boiling

point is called evaporation. Wet clothes dry up in air due to the evaporation of water. Rate of

evaporation increases with increase in temperature. The particles in a liquid have different

kinetic energies. Some particles have lower kinetic energies and other have higher kinetic

energies. The particles having higher kinetic energies at the surface of the liquid overcome the

forces of attraction of other particles, leave the surface and get converted into vapour.

Evaporation is continuous process and particles keep on escaping the surface of the liquid.

1. At what temperature evaporation takes place?

(i) At boiling point

(ii) Above boiling point

(iii) At room temperature

(iv) Below boiling point

2. How do wet clothes dry-up?

(i) Due to condensation

(ii) Due to evaporation

(iii) Due to surface tension

(iv) Due to temperature

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3. What is the effect of temperature on evaporation?

(i) Increases with temperature

(ii) Decreases with temperature

(iii) No effect of temperature

(iv) None of these

4. What type of energy do the particles have in a liquid?

(i) Electrical energy

(ii) Potential energy

(iii) Kinetic energy

(iv) Radiation energy

Ok’ihdj.k og izfØ;k gS ftlds }kjk dksbZ nzo vius DoFkukad ls Hkh de rki ij ok’i esa ifjofrZr gks tkrk

gSA xhys diM+s ty ds ok’ihdj.k ds dkj.k gok esa lw[k tkrs gSaA ok;qeaMy dk rki vf/kd gksus ij

ok’ihdj.k dh nj vf/kd gks tkrh gSA nzo voLFkk esa d.kksa dh xfrt ÅtkZ vyx&vyx gksrh gSA dqN d.kksa

dh xfrt ÅtkZ vf/kd vkSj dqN dh xfrt ÅtkZ de gksrh gSA nzo dh lrg ds d.kksa dh xfrt ÅtkZ vf/kd

gksus ds dkj.k ;g d.k vkd’kZ.k cy ls eqDr gksdj nzo dh lrg dks NksM+dj ok’i esa ifjofrZr gks tkrs gSaA

ok’ihdj.k ,d yxkrkj gksus okyh fØ;k gS vkSj nzo ds d.k nzo dh lrg dks NksM+rs jgrs gSaA

1- ok’ihdj.k fdl rki ij gksrk gS\

(i) DoFkukad ऩय (ii) DoFkukad स ऊऩय (iii) कभय क िाऩभान ऩय (iv) DoFkukad स नीच

2- xhys diM+s fdl dkj.k lw[k tkrs gSa\

(i) सॊघनन क कायण (ii) वाषऩीकयण क कायण (iii) सिह िनाव क कायण (iv) िाऩभान क कायण

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3- rkieku dk ok’ihdj.k ij D;k izHkko iM+rk gS\

(i) िाऩभान क साथ फढ जािी ह (ii) िाऩभान क साथ कभ हो जािी ह (iii) िाऩभान का कोई परबाव नहीॊ (iv) इनभ स कोई नहीॊ

4- nzo ds d.kksa esa fdl izdkj dh ÅtkZ gksrh gS\

(i) ववदयि ऊजाा (ii) सॊबाववि ऊजाा (iii) काइनटिक ऊजाा (iv) ववटकयण ऊजाा

Passage No. 4

The measures adopted in health arena have increased the life expectancy to over 64

years in 2000. Infant mortality rate (IMR) has come down from 147 in 1951 to 75 in

2000. Crude birth rates have dropped to 26.1 and death rate to 8.7 within the same

duration of time. Increase in life expectancy and improvement in childcare are useful in

assessing the future progress of the country.

1. How much did the life expectancy increase in the year 2000?

(i) 47

(ii) 75

(iii) 26

(iv) 64

2. What percentage of the infant mortality rate fell during 1951 to 2000?

(i) 48.9 %

(ii) 50 %

(iii) 51 %

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(iv) 51.9 %

3. How much has been the growth rate between 1951 to 2000?

(i) 8.7

(ii) 17.4

(iii) 26.1

(iv) 64

4. How much did the death rate reach in 2000?

(i) 7.5

(ii) 8.7

(iii) 6.4

(iv) 6.2

LokLF; {ks= ds fofHkUu mik;ksa ds viukus ls thou izR;k”kk c<+dj o’kZ 2000 esa 64 ls vf/kd gks

x;hA f”k”kq e`R;q nj 1951 ds 147 ls ?kVdj 2000 esa 75 ij vk x;h gSA blh vof/k esa v”kksf/kr

tUenj fxjdj 26-1 vkSj e`R;qnj 8-7 ij vk x;h gSA thou izR;k”kk esa o`f) vkSj f”k”kq ns[kHkky eas

lq/kkj ns”k ds vkRefo”okl dks Hkkoh izxfr ds lkFk vk¡dus ds fy, mi;ksxh gSA

1- o’kZ 2000 esa thou izR;k”kk c<+dj fdruh gks x;h\

(i) 47

(ii) 75

(iii) 26

(iv) 64

2- f”k”kq e`R;qnj esa 1951 ls 2000 ds vUnj fdruh तगयावि आ;h\

(i) 48.9 %

(ii) 50 %

(iii) 51 %

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(iv) 51.9 %

3- 1951 ls 2000 ds e/; o`f)nj D;k jgh\

(i) 8.7

(ii) 17.4

(iii) 26.1

(iv) 64

4- 2000 esa eR;qnj fdruh gks x;h\

(i) 7.5

(ii) 8.7

(iii) 6.4

(iv) 6.2

Passage No. 5

The expenditure on education in 1951- 52 increases from 0.64% to 3.98% in 2002-03

(Budgetary estimate). The literacy rate have increased from 18% in 1951 to 65% in

2001. Literacy is not only a right, it is also needed if the citizen are to perform their

duties and enjoy their right properly. However, a vast difference is noticed across

different sections of population. Literacy among males is nearly 50% higher than

females and it is about 50% higher in urban areas as compared to the rural areas.

Literacy rates vary from 96% in some district of Kerala to below 30% in some parts of

Madhya Pradesh.

1. How much is the education budget after increasing in 2003?

(i) 18%

(ii) 64%

(iii) 96%

(iv) 3.98%

2. Find the increase in the education budget from 1951 to 2003.

(i) 47%

(ii) 96%

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(iii) 3.34%

(iv) 50%

3. How much has the literacy rate increased from 1951 to 2001?

(i) 25%

(ii) 42%

(iii) 47%

(iv) 60%

4. In how many districts of Karela the percentage of literacy rate is more as compare to

Madya Pradesh?

(i) 30

(ii) 66

(iii) 65

(iv) 90

izfr”kr ds :i esa f”k{kk ij O;; 1951&52 ds 0-64 izfr”kr ls c<+dj 2002&03 esa 3-98 izfr”kr

¼ctVh; vuqeku½ gks x;k gSA blls lk{kjrk nj 1951 ds 18 izfr”kr ls c<+dj 2001 esa 65 izfr”kr

gks x;hA efgykvksa dh vis{kk iq:’kksa esa lk{kjrk nj djhc 50 izfr”kr vf/kd gS vkSj xzkeh.k {ks=ksa dh

vis{kk uxjh; {ks=ksa esa iq:’kksa esa lk{kjrk nj djhc ipkl izfr”kr vf/kd gSA dsjy ds dqN ftyksa esa

lk{kjrk nj 96 izfr”kr gS tcfd e/; izns”k ds dqN Hkkxksa esa ;g 30 izfr”kr ls uhps gSA

1- 2003 esa f”k{kk ctV c<+dj fdrus izfr”kr gks x;k\

(i) 18%

(ii) 64%

(iii) 96%

(iv) 3.98%

2- 1951 ls 2003 esa f”k{kk ctV esa o`f) izfr”kr crkb,A

(i) 47%

(ii) 96%

(iii) 3.34%

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(iv) 50%

3- 2001 esa lk{kjrk nj c<+dj fdrus izfr”kr gks xbZ\

(i) 75%

(ii) 65%

(iii) 30%

(iv) 96%

4- dsjy ds dqN ftyksa esa भधम परदश की िरना भ fdrus izfr”kr lk{kjrk अतधक gS\

(i) 30

(ii) 66

(iii) 65

(iv) 90

Passage No. 6

The government of a state is in the process of deciding how to spend its limited income. It

has 7 crore left in its budget and eight programs to choose among. There is no provision in

the constitution to have a surplus, and each program has requested the minimum amount

they need; in other words, no program may be partially funded. The programs and their

funding requests are:

*Disaster management: 2.5 crore

* Road Construction: 1 crore

* School Building: 0.5 crore

* Govt. Office building: 1.5 crore

* Agricultural subsidy program: 2 crore

* LPG Subsidy: 0.5 crore

* Housing loan program: 3 crore

* Drainage : 4 crore

1. MLA’s from urban areas are very concerned about assuring that there will be

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money for agricultural subsidies is appropriated. If the legislature

funds these two programs, on which of the following could they spend the rest of

the money?

(i) The school building and LPG subsidy.

(ii) Disaster management

(iii) Road construction and LPG subsidy

(iv) Housing loan program

2. If the legislature decides to fund the agricultural subsidy program, LPG subsidy, and

the Housing loan program, what two other programs could they fund?

(i) Road construction & drainage

(ii) Road construction and school building

(iii) Disaster management & School building

(iv) Disaster management & Drainage

3. If the legislature decides to fund the agricultural subsidy program, LPG subsidy, and

the Housing loan program, the only other single program that can be funded for

(i) Disaster management

(ii) Road construction

(iii) school building

(iv) Govt. office building

4. If the Govt. decides to fund the Disaster management and drainage which of the

following program can be funded?

(i) LPG subsidy

(ii) Road construction

(iii) Govt. office building

(iv) Housing loan

याजम सयकाय अऩन सीतभि आम 7 कयोड को आठ कामाकरभ ऩय फजि खचा कयन का की परटकरमा भ ह. सॊववधान भ कोई अतधशष आम का परावधान नहीॊ ह, औय परतमक कामाकरभ नमनिभ यातश की जरयि ह, दसय शबदद भ, कोई कामाकरभ आॊतशक रऩ स ववतत ऩोवषि नहीॊ टकमा जा सकिा ह. कामाकरभ औय उनक

धन खचा का फजि ह ! आऩदा परफॊधन: 2.5 कयोड * सडक तनभााण: 1 कयोड * सकर बवन: 0.5 कयोड * सयकाय. कामाारम बवन: 1.5 कयोड

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* कवष सबबदसडी कामाकरभ: 2 कयोड * एरऩीजी सबबदसडी: 0.5 कयोड * आवास ऋण कामाकरभ: 3 कयोड * डरनज: 4 कयोड 1. ववधामक शहयी तरो स फहि आशवसि ह टक वहाॉ जर तनकासी क तरए धन खचा टकमा जाएगा. ववधामक गराभीण तरो स कवष सबबदसडी क तरए ऩस ववतनमोबजि कयिा ह, मटद इन दो कामाकरभ ऩय यकभ खचा कय, िो फाकी की यकभ टकस ऩय खचा कय सकि ह? (i) सकर की इभायि औय एरऩीजी सबबदसडी. (ii) आऩदा परफॊधन (iii) सडक तनभााण औय एरऩीजी सबबदसडी (iv) आवास ऋण कामाकरभ 2. मटद ववधातमका कवष सबबदसडी कामाकरभ, यसोई गस सबबदसडी, औय आवास ऋण कामाकरभ तनतध ऩय खचा का पसरा टकमा ह, व टकन दो अनम कामाकरभ ऩय खचा कय सकिा ह? (i) सडक तनभााण औय जर तनकासी (ii) सडक तनभााण औय सकर की इभायि (iii) आऩदा परफॊधन एवॊ सकर की इभायि (iv) आऩदा परफॊधन एवॊ डरनज 3. मटद ववधातमका कवष सबबदसडी कामाकरभ, यसोई गस सबबदसडी, औय आवास ऋण कामाकरभ तनतध ऩय खचा का पसरा टकमा ह, व टकसी एक कामाकरभ ऩय खचा कय सकिा ह? (i) आऩदा परफॊधन (ii) सडक तनभााण (iii) सकर की इभायि सयकाय (चिथा). कामाारम की इभायि

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4. सयकाय मटद. आऩदा परफॊधन औय जर तनकासी ऩय खचा कय सकिी ह तनमनतरबखि भ कौन सा कामाकरभ ववतत ऩोवषि टकमा जा सकिा ह? (i) एरऩीजी सबबदसडी (ii) सडक तनभााण (iii) सयकाय. कामाारम की इभायि (iv) आवास ऋण

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Passage No. 7

Cell body is the main art of a nerve cell. A large nucleus is present in the middle of the

cell body. It also contains cytoplasm. Dendron are hair-like parts arises from the cell

body. Various branches come out of the Dendron and these are called dendrites. Each

neuron has a long, thick and cylindrical part, which is called axon. The nerve endings

attached to the lateral braches of the axon, known as synapse. Dendrites receive

impulses and axon takes away from the cell body.

1. What is the main part of nerve cell?

(i) Nucleus

(ii) Cell body

(iii) Cytoplasm

(iv) Dendrites

2. Name the hair-like part arising from the cell body.

(i) Dendron

(ii) Axon

(iii) Synapse

(iv) None of these

3. What is the shape of axon?

(i) Rectangular

(ii) Cylindrical

(iii) Circular

(iv) Spherical

4. What is attached to the lateral branch of axon?

(i) Nucleus

(ii) Axon

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(iii) Synapse

(iv) Dendrites

dksf”kdk dk; raf=dk dksf”kdk dk eq[; Hkkx gksrk gSA blds e/; Hkkx esa cM+k dsUnzd gksrk gSA blesa

dksf”kdknzO; gksrk gSA dksf”kdkdk; ls vusd cky tSls izo/kZ fudys gksrs gSaa] ftUgsa o`f{k ;k MsUMªkWu

dgrs gSaA o`f{kdk ls fudy s gq, vusd “kk[kh; o`f{kdkUr gksrs gSaA dksf”kdkvksa ls fudyk gqvk izo/kZ

yEck] eksVk] csyukdkj gksrk gSA ftls ,DlkWu dgrs gSaA ,DlkWu dh ik”oZ “kk[kkvksa ls tqM+k vUr% xzaFku

flusIl gksrk gSA of{kdkUr lwpukvksa dks izkIr djrs gSa vkSj ,DlkWu bu lwpukvksa dks dksf”kdk dk; ls

nwj ys tkrh gSA

1- raf=dk dksf”kdk dk eq[; Hkkx dkSu&lk gS\

(i) dsUnzd

(ii) dksf”kdk dk;

(iii) dksf”kdk nzO;

(iv) o`f{kdkUr

2- dksf”kdk dk; esa cky tSlh izo/kZ dks D;k dgrs gSa\

(i) o`f{kdkUr

(ii) ,DlkWu

(iii) flusIl

(iv) इनभ स कोई बी नहीॊ!

3- dksf”kdkvksa ls fudyk izo/kZ dk D;k vkdkj gksrk gS\

(i) आमिाकाय (ii) फरनाकाय (iii) वततkकाय (iv) गोराकाय

4- ,DlkWu dh ik”oZ “kk[kkvksa ls D;k tqM+k gksrk gS\

(i) dsUnzd

(ii) ,DlkWu

(iii) flusIl

(iv) o`f{kdkUr

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Passage No. 8

In the word ZEBRA – Z stands for 26, E for 5, B for 5, R for 18 and A for 1. Find out the

numbers which stand for the following alphabets:

1. H :

(i) 6

(ii) 8

(iii) 4

(iv) 10

2. K :

(i) 9

(ii) 10

(iii) 11

(iv) 12

3. W :

(i) 26

(ii) 24

(iii) 21

(iv) 23

4. T :

(i) 19

(ii) 20

(iii) 21

(iv) 22

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;fn “kCn ZEBRA esa Øe”k% Z – 26, E – 5, B – 2, R – 18 rFkk A – 1 vad n”kkZrk gS rks crkb, fd fuEu

v{kj fdl vad dks n”kkZ;saxs\

1. H :

(i) 6

(ii) 8

(iii) 4

(iv) 10

2. K :

(i) 9

(ii) 10

(iii) 11

(iv) 12

3. W :

(i) 26

(ii) 24

(iii) 21

(iv) 23

4. T :

(i) 19

(ii) 20

(iii) 21

(iv) 22

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Answer Key Quantitative Passage Based MCQ’s

Passage No. 1

1. (i)

2. (iv)

3. (iv)

4. (ii)

Passage No. 2

1. (iii)

2. (i)

3. (ii)

4. (ii)

Passage No. 3

1. (iv)

2. (ii)

3. (i)

4. (iii)

Passage No. 4

1. (iv)

2. (i)

3. (ii)

4. (ii)

Passage No. 5

1. (iv)

2. (iii)

3. (iii)

4. (ii)

Passage No. 6

1. (ii)

2. (i)

3. (ii)

4. (iv)

Passage No. 7

1. (ii)

2. (i)

3. (ii)

4. (ii)

Passage No. 8

1. (ii)

2. (iii)

3. (iv)

4. (ii)

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LANGUAGE CONVENTIONS

I - Grammar and Usage-MCQ

1 I______ on this line before I realised my mistake.

(a) worked

(b) was worked

(c ) am working

(d) had been working

2 The doctor_____ an operation.

(a) do

(b) performed

(c ) is performed

(d) done

3 I _______ we should accept the offer.

(a) think

(b) will think

(c ) should think

(d) would think

4 We rested _____ the shade of the tree.

(a) in

(b) under

(c ) ourselves in

(d) ourselves under

5 She should be ashamed _____ her actions.

(a) by

(b) at

(c ) of

(d) in

6 He _____ friends has come back.

(a) and his

(b) or his

(c ) along with his

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(d) along with them

7 Nowadays,she_____ her drawing board to school.

(a) carried

(b) carries

(c ) take

(d) taken

8 Neither he nor his servants _________.

(a) leave

(b) have left

(c ) has left

(d) is left

9 _______ what he says.

(a) listen to

(b) listen

(c ) hear

(d) hear to

10 When I was in trouble,there was ______ to help me.

(a) anyone

(b) no one

(c ) someone

(d) all

11 I _____ lunch one hour ago.

(a) have had

(b) had had

(c ) had

(d) have

12 He thought that my car______ for sale.

(a) is

(b) was

(c ) has been

(d) going

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13 He tried to prevent me _______ doing my duty.

(a) against

(b) at

(c ) with

(d) from

14 I would apologise if I _______ you.

(a) am

(b) was

(c ) were

(d) are

15 He has ____ ulcer on his leg.

(a) a

(b) an

(c ) every

(d) big

16 He promised_______ in this matter.

(a) helping

(b) to help

(c ) help

(d) helped

17 The teacher made the student______the lesson.

(a) repeat

(b) repeated

(c ) repeating

(d) has repeated

18 _______ we did not go to school.

(a) Being a holiday

(b) Since a holiday

(c ) On holiday

(d) It being a holiday

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19 He would _____ beg than steal.

(a) not

(b) no longer

(c ) rather

(d) nor

20 I have not met him _____ he left school.

(a) for

(b) as

(c ) since

(d) when

21 The ______ I purchased, had a tear.

(a) cloth

(b) clothes

(c ) clothing

(d) dresses

22 The car was leaking_______ .

(a) oil

(b) much oil

(c ) oils

(d) some oils

23 A lot of money _________ wasted on this project.

(a) is

(b) are

(c ) were

(d) may

24 _______ is expensive these days.

(a) Shoes

(b) Shoe

(c ) A pair of shoes

(d) A pair of shoe

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25 There are _____ than sixty boys in the class.

(a) no few

(b) no lesser

(c ) no fewer

(d) no lesser

26 His income______ than yours.

(a) less

(b) is less

(c ) least

(d) is little

27 My brother,Ajay is ___________to me and Shalu.

(a) elder

(b) eldest

(c ) old

(d) oldest

28 He was ____ sad yesterday.

(a) too

(b) very

(c ) much

(d) fairly

29 My brother is ______ than I am.

(a) more stronger

(b) stronger

(c ) strong

(d) most strong

30 My stomach is full.I won't have_______ else.

(a) nothing

(b) anything

(c ) something

(d) little

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31 The earth _____ around the sun.

(a) moved

(b) has moved

(c ) is moved

(d) moves

32 He usually_________ breakfast before he goes to school.

(a) has eaten

(b) had eaten

(c ) eats

(d) is eating

33 Why _____ your homework yet ?

(a) didn't you do

(b) hadn't you done

(c ) haven't you done

(d) haven't you been done

34 Last night I _____ a pleasant dream.

(a) could see

(b) saw

(c ) had seen

(d) had been seen

35 At this age he is tired _____ his life.

(a) with

(b) from

(c ) of

(d) upon

36 He takes pride____ his wealth.

(a) in

(b) of

(c ) with

(d) by

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37 Due to heavy rains,she is trembling________ cold.

(a) from

(b) with

(c ) in

(d) by

38 I request you not to interfere _____ my work.

(a) in

(b) with

(c ) on

(d) within

39 By the time we reached the station the train __________.

(a) already left

(b) was left

(c ) had already been left

(d) had already left

40 I was reading a book when the telephone bell______.

(a) ringing

(b) had rung

(c ) rang

(d) should ring

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Answer Key Language Conventions – I (Grammar and Usage-MCQ)

1 (d) had been working

2 (b) performed

3 (a) think

4 (b) under

5 (c ) of

6 (c ) along with his

7 (b) carries

8 (c ) has left

9 (a) listen to

10 (b) no one

11 (c ) had

12 (b) was

13 (d) from

14 (c ) were

15 (b) an

16 (c ) help

17 (a) repeat

18 (d) It being a holiday

19 (c ) rather

20 (c ) since

21 (a) cloth

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22 (a) oil

23 (a) is

24 (c ) A pair of shoes

25 (c ) no fewer

26 (b) is less

27 (a) elder

28 (b) very

29 (b) stronger

30 (b) anything

31 (d) moves

32 (c ) eats

33 (c ) haven't you done

34 (b) saw

35 (c ) of

36 (a) in

37 (b) with

38 (b) with

39 (d) had already left

40 (c) rang

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LANGUAGE CONVENTIONS

II - Contextual Vocabulary-MCQ

Direction : Choose the correct alternatives which explains the idiom/ phrase written in bold italics

1 Kezia used to get cold feet when she thought of her father.

(a) get angry

(b) get scared

(c ) used to cry

(d) felt like crying

2 Maria was on top of the world when she won the Wimbeldon.

(a) felt very happy

(b) felt very nervous

(c ) felt satisfied

(d) felt excited

3 The cakes that the woman baked were out of this world

(a) horrible

(b) not tasty

(c ) excellent

(d) alien

4 Mahender broke into cold sweat when he heard Iswaran`s stories.

(a) got frozen

(b) was cold

(c ) was angry

(d) got scared

5 St. Peter nearly passed out due to hunger.

(a) fainted

(b) went away

(c ) expired

(d) died

6 Please wash the dishes right away.

(a) tomorrow

(b) today

(c ) some

(d) immediately

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7 Einstein's Theory of Relativity showed time and distance in a new light.

(a) new facts were discovered

(b) new light was discovered

(c ) facts were given

(d) theories were discussed

8 Toto was not on good terms with other animals.

(a) friendly

(b) not friendly

(c ) naughty

(d) good relations

9 News of Sachin`s century spread like wildfire.

(a) slowly

(b) fast

(c ) here and there

(d) yesterday

10 Einstein asked President Roosvelt to look into the matter.

(a) to investigate

(b) to search

(c ) to observe

(d) to peep

11 It was raining cats and dogs causing a traffic jam.

(a) softly

(b) heavily

(c ) animals

(d) gently

12 The Geography lesson went over Margie`s head.

(a) understand

(b) did not understand

(c ) forgot

(d) did not forget

13 Tom loved to pull Margie`s leg.

(a) laugh

(b) irritate

(c ) make away

(d) tease

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14 Mother and children have a strong bond of love.

(a) affection

(b) relation

(c ) family

(d) hate

15 Hari turned into a new leaf when Anil did not hand him over to police.

(a) an intelligent boy

(b) a changed boy

(c ) a new thief

(d) a big thief

16 The swallow kept his word to the Prince.

(a) faith

(b) promise

(c ) belief

(d) trust

17 Parents pay through their nose to get their children into good schools.

(a) pay less money

(b) pay without difficulty

(c ) pay easily

(d) pay with great difficulty

18 Iswaran loved to blow his own trumpet by telling stories of how he knocked down an elephant.

(a) to praise himself

(b) tp praise others

(c ) to talk about others

(d) to play a trumpet

19 It is no use crying over spilt milk when we fail In exams.

(a) to be happy

(b) to regret

(c ) to get irritated

(d) to get angry

20 The Principal asked the students to give their request in black and white.

(a) written in black ink

(b) painted in black color

(c ) in written form

(d) in speech

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21 After winning the World Cup the cricket team was on cloud nine.

(a) to be very happy

(b) to be very close

(c ) to be in trouble

(d) to be angry

22 The poor boy longed for oranges.

(a) wanted

(b) felt

(c ) asked

(d) searched

23 The boy acted in a humane way when taking care of the lost dog.

(a) hurtful

(b) caring

(c ) mean

(d) bad

24

I asked if I could go to Hailey's party,and Mom said she would give it some consideration before

she gave me an answer.

(a) paint

(b) thought

(c ) flame

(d) mistake

25

I ate a portion of everything on my plate when I ate a small piece of meat, a small piece of

bread, and a small piece of chocolate pie.

(a) whole

(b) piece

(c ) spoiled

(d) complete

26 Though Sita's test was partially done,she received a low grade because it was not complete .

(a) badly

(b) finally

(c ) incomplete

(d) completely

27 The soft,pliable wood was easy to bend.

(a) bendable

(b) rough

(c ) solid

(d) hard

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28 Sonia has a gregarious personality as she loves to party and make friends.

(a) shy

(b) outgoing

(c ) bashful

(d) timid

29 Some think that rules are unimportant,but they are vital when playing a game.

(a) useful

(b) important

(c ) terrible

(d) exciting

30 Cows are domestic animals.

(a) mad

(b) mean

(c ) calm

(d) tame

31 We use candles,flashlights and lamps to illuminate rooms.

(a) darken

(b) light up

(c ) lighten

(d) weaken

32 These handicrafts are easily broken . Please handle with care.

(a) fragile

(b) delicate

(c ) useless

(d) flexible

33 They are unwilling to cooperate with us in this project.

(a) eager

(b) reluctant

(c ) forced

(d) ready

34 They had to abandon their ship when it began to sink.

(a) leave

(b) anchor

(c ) repair

(d) tie

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35 The accident happened because the driver drove recklessly.

(a) cautiously

(b) carefully

(c ) hurriedly

(d) carelessly

36 The prosecutor has enough evidence to prove his innocence.

(a) witness

(b) statement

(c ) show

(d) proof

37 Football is a favourite game among school boys.

(a) popular

(b) famous

(c ) friendly

(d) likeable

38 He has some rare coins in his collection

(a) special

(b) useful

(c ) inexpensive

(d) uncommon

39 It was indeed a severe test of endurance for the sailors.

(a) problem

(b) torture

(c ) ordeal

(d) test

40 The party found out that they did not have ample time to go there.

(a) enough

(b) any

(c ) some

(d) much

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Answer Key Language Conventions - II (Contextual Vocabulary-MCQ )

1 (b) get scared

2 (a) felt very happy

3 (c ) excellent

4 (d) got scared

5 (a) fainted

6 (d) immediately

7 (a) new facts were discovered

8 (b) not friendly

9 (b) fast

10 (a) to investigate

11 (b) heavily

12 (b) did not understand

13 (d) tease

14 (a) affection

15 (b) a changed boy

16 (b) promise

17 (d) pay with great difficulty

18 (a) to praise himself

19 (b) to regret

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20 (c ) in written form

21 (a) to be very happy

22 (a) wanted

23 (b) caring

24 (b) thought

25 (b) piece

26 (c ) incomplete

27 (a) bendable

28 (b) outgoing

29 (b) important

30 (d) tame

31 (b) light up

32 (a) fragile

33 (b) reluctant

34 (a) leave

35 (d) carelessly

36 (d) proof

37 (a) popular

38 (d) uncommon

39 (c ) ordeal

40 (a) enough

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LANGUAGE CONVENTIONS

III - Passage based MCQ

Passage -A

Elephants are -----(1)------ in India and in Africa. The –(2)------- elephant differs

in some points -----(3)--- the Indian, being larger with a ---(4)--- tusk and bigger

ears. In fact the two are considered to be different -----(5)------. In both

countries, they live in ---(6)------ in the jungles and are naturally ----(7)-----

animals that keep away from ----(8)-----. Elephants are good advertisements for

----(9)--- for they live –(10)----- on leaves, grass and roots.

1

(a) available

(b) found

(c ) watched

(d) observed

2

(a) African

(b) Korean

(c ) Malaysian

(d) Chinese

3

(a) on

(b) by

(c ) from

(d) with

4

(a) larger

(b) wider

(c ) long

(d) longer

5

(a) family

(b) caste

(c ) class

(d) types

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(a) company

(b) herds

(c ) crowds

(d) singles

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(a) ferocious

(b) fearsome

(c ) shy

(d) terrible

8

(a) the earth

(b) the water

(c ) the cities

(d) men

9

(a) spiritualism

(b) communism

(c ) vegetarianism

(d) capitalism

10

(a) entirely

(b) partially

(c ) preferably

(d) occasionally

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Passage - B

The great advantage of early rising is the good start it gives for one’s daily

work. The early riser is able to complete a lot of work before others even get

out of their bed. As the mind is fresh in the morning, free from distractions,

one is able to do quality work. One is able, if so inclined, to have early morning

exercises which keep one energetic throughout the day. Thus one completes

one’s work during the day without hurrying much and is left with enough time

in the evening for play or entertainment or relaxation by a leisurely walk. This

leads to a good night’s rest after which one is able to rise fresh, the next

morning to face another day.

1 An early riser is able to complete his work without hurrying because

(a) He is energetic after morning exercises

(b) He has time to complete his work

(c ) He has time to plan in the morning

(d) He does not get distracted

2 An early riser gets ample time in the evening to

(a) Take a short nap

(b) Take a leisurely walk

(c ) Chat with friends

(d) Be with family

3 Going to bed early is good for health because

(a) One feels energetic

(b) One does feel sleepy in the morning

(c ) One feels healthy

(d) One feels refreshed in the morning

4 How does early rising affect one’s day

(a) Makes one energetic

(b) Makes one enthusiastic

(c ) Makes one feel happy

(d) Makes one finish one’s work

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5 An early riser gets his work done well because

(a) He is able to do a lot of work

(b) His mind is fresh, free from distractions

(c ) He feels fresh

(d) He is able to go for a morning walk

6 The opposite of the word ‘advantage’ is

(a) Inadvantage

(b) Disadvantage

(c ) Imadvantage

(d) Illadvantage

7 The word closest in meaning to ‘distractions’ is

(a) Prevention

(b) Attraction

(c ) Inattention

(d) Concentration

8 The noun form of the word énergetic’is

(a) Energise

(b) Energizing

(c ) Energy

(d) Energized

9 Complete the sentence with complete set of words

The plays staged in the theatre are a good source of ………………. meant to …………….. people.

(a) Entertaining, entertainment

(b) Entertainment, entertain

(c ) Entertain, entertaining

(d) Entertain, entertainment

10 The phrase ‘leisurely walk’ means

(a) To walk slowly

(b) To walk in relaxed manner

(c ) To walk in a dream

(d) To walk fast

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Passage - C

Man worked with his small tools until the advent of modern

machinery……(1)………by steam and electricity. The small tools……(2)…….defeat

from big machines, as………(3)……hands had……(4)…….to the hands……(5)….with

tools. These machines operate only over large……(6)………of land and

considerable………(7)……….are needed for their procurement and use. But if

therefore we give up all………(8)……….saying that our peasantry

cannot……(9)………them, it will simply mean……(10)……..trouble.

1

(a) driven

(b) moved

(c ) worked

(d) controlled

2

(a) agreed

(b) acknowledged

(c ) allowed

(d) permitted

3

(a) free

(b) human

(c ) bare

(d) strong

4

(a) succeeded

(b) produced

(c ) given way

(d) created

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(a) full

(b) equipped

(c ) covered

(d) painted

6

(a) bits

(b) pieces

(c ) boundaries

(d) divisions

7

(a) sums

(b) moneys

(c ) funds

(d) costs

8

(a) hope

(b) expectation

(c ) intention

(d) ambition

9

(a) mamage

(b) afford

(c ) enable

(d) inspire

10

(a) asking

(b) requiring

(c ) pleading

(d) inviting

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Passage - D

The Idea

Rani Mukheerji loved the idea. Shilpa Shetty__1__ it. Akshay Kumar didn’t think it was any

big deal. Shahrukh Khan thought it was a brilliant idea. After all, it was __2__ idea.

“It’s only fair,” Shahrukh Khan explained to his new fourth graders as they stood in line

waiting for the lunch bell to ring, “that we turn things around. Every year you guys line up in

alphabetical __3__. to go to lunch, to go to gym, to go home, and so on. This __4__ we’re

using reverse alphabetical order.”

Aishwarya Rai put her hand down as Shahrukh pointed to her. “I’ve always had to stand at

the __5__ of the line, ever since __6__! Now I’m near the front. Thank you, thank you!”

The teacher smiled. Then he called on Amitabh Bachan, a serious and thoughtful old man.

“Shahrukh, I think you should reconsider this policy. This is very drastic and __7__. This

could confuse our fragile young minds!”

“Put a lid on it, Amitabh!” shouted David Dhawan

“We won’t have any outbursts like that, David!” Mr. Shahrukh said firmly. He turned toward

Amitabh. “Don’t __8__, Amitabh. We only have strong minds in this class.”

“How many of you think this is a good idea?” Shahrukh asked. As you would probably

__9__, most of the hands that went up were in the __10__ half of the line.

1

(a) heard

(b) liked

(c ) needed

(d) hated

2

(a) that

(b) no

(c ) her

(d) his

3

(a) letters

(b) soup

(c ) order

(d) index

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(a) way

(b) year

(c ) alphabet

(d) is

5

(a) back

(b) beginning

(c ) centre

(d) winner

6

(a) breakfast

(b) kindergarten

(c ) yesterday

(d) tomorrow

7

(a) useful

(b) thoughtful

(c ) unnecessary

(d) smart

8

(a) move

(b) worry

(c ) scream

(d) speak

9

(a) expect

(b) doubt

(c ) forget

(d) review

10

(a) dumb

(b) bright

(c ) angry

(d) front

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Passage - E

Marco Polo, the -------1-------- explorer, was born in Italy in the nineteenth century. When he was

only 18 he ------2---- to China with his father and uncle. It was a very dangerous -----3------- and they

were lucky to arrive in Beijing -------4--------. Marco stayed in China for 17 years and saw lots of

interesting things. He was very-- --5----- and returned to Italy with -----6------ of beautiful jewels. He

----7------- a book about his-------8------ adventures. The ----9--- he told were so ------10-------- that

many people thought they were not true. Now travelling is so easy that we forget how difficult and

dangerous it was long ago.

1

(a) peaceful

(b) famous

(c ) authentic

(d) clever

2

(a) walked

(b) moved

(c ) shifted

(d) travelled

3

(a) trip

(b) tour

(c ) travel

(d) journey

4

(a) broken

(b) dead

(c ) alive

(d) alike

5

(a) tired

(b) successful

(c ) nervous

(d) angry

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(a) little

(b) more

(c ) much

(d) lots

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(a) printed

(b) read

(c ) wrote

(d) opened

8

(a) frightening

(b) scary

(c ) satiating

(d) exciting

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(a) stories

(b) feelings

(c ) travels

(d) secrets

10

(a) vague

(b) weird

(c ) amazing

(d) attractive

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Passage - F

Dear Henry,

I hope you -----1------ my first card last week. A lot has -----2------ since I wrote to you, so much that, in

fact, this is the first free moment I got to write to you. I -----3------ with an accident about a week ago

while -----4------- football. As a result I have been in hospital since then. I am -------5------ myself here

because I made a lot of new friends and I have not spoken German since I came here which , of

course, is great for my English. On my first day, I met a nurse called Gloria and fell in ------6------ with

her almost immediately. I have asked her to -----7----- me, and she’s going to give me her ------8------

tomorrow. As you can see , the last few days have been very --------9------- for me. I’ll write to you

again ----10------ Gloria has given me the answer.

With all good wishes ,

Hans.

1

(a) droppped

(b) got

(c ) recall

(d) missed

2

(a) come

(b) happened

(c ) befall

(d) arrived

3

(a) saw

(b) received

(c ) met

(d) hit

4

(a) seeing

(b) looking

(c ) playing

(d) watching

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(a) cursing

(b) praying

(c ) enjoying

(d) suffering

6

(a) dislike

(b) hate

(c ) love

(d) like

7

(a) join

(b) marry

(c ) free

(d) capture

8

(a) question

(b) wish

(c ) desire

(d) answer

9

(a) terrible

(b) miserable

(c ) exciting

(d) attractive

10

(a) before

(b) while

(c ) after

(d) till

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Passage - G

Q) Complete the passage by choosing the correct option given below:-

One day a young prince----1----- at the castle of King Ottar and fell in love with the king’s youngest

daughter, who was very -----2------- . “You can only marry my daughter ,” said the king , “if you can

recognize her, and you must marry the woman you ------3------ .” ‘ That’s easy ,’ said the prince, and

king Ottar put all his daughters ----4----- the wall that had a -----5------ at the bottom, so the prince

could see only seven pairs of feet, and the feet all looked the ----6-----. Suddenly one of the feet ----7-

----- and so the prince said ‘That’s the woman I love.’

--------8------ it was not ; it was the King’s eldest daughter who was not at all beautiful, but the prince

had to marry her. Infact , she was ------9------ intelligent and had a good ----10------ of humour, so

that very soon the prince fell in love with her and they lived happily ever after.

1

(a) moved

(b) travelled

(c ) arrived

(d) come

2

(a) ugly

(b) beautiful

(c ) short

(d) clever

3

(a) choose

(b) pick

(c ) see

(d) observe

4

(a) forward

(b) behind

(c ) under

(d) front

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(a) place

(b) distance

(c ) space

(d) slot

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(a) different

(b) same

(c ) even

(d) odd

7

(a) stir

(b) moved

(c ) walked

(d) sprang

8

(a) luckily

(b) fortunately

(c ) unfortunately

(d) exactly

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(a) vaguely

(b) extremely

(c ) excitingly

(d) intensely

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(a) way

(b) sense

(c ) taste

(d) feeling

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Passage - H

PASSAGE POEM

My Tree

O Tree, so big and stout and strong,

You`ve lived so very very long

A hundred years or more I`m told

And yet you are not so very old

A hundred secrets you could tell

Of children whom you love so well

Who came and sat beneath your shade

Or underneath your branches played

A hundred birds have built their nests

Your leaves have softly kissed their breasts

Your branches seem to touch the sky

Yet you were once as small as I.

Some day when I have grown up, too,

I`m coming back to visit you;

And changed though other things will be,

I’ll find the same dear friendly tree

The speaker in the poem is a young -------(1)------ who is fascinated by the ----(2)------ and height of

the tree in his neighborhood. He believes it knows many ----(3)------- of the children who once used

to ---(4)------- in it`s shade and play under its ------(5)---- . It is home to hundreds of ---(6)-------- who

build their nests in it. It is so tall that its branches seem to be ----(7)------- the sky and the speaker is

surprised that once upon a time it was just a little sapling. He wishes to ---(8)---------- tall and strong

like the tree and hopes that when he ----(9)--- some years later, he would find it as ----(10)------- then

as it is now.

1

(a) child

(b) tree

(c ) plant

(d) bird

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(a) toughness

(b) strength

(c ) thickness

(d) stiffness

3

(a) stories

(b) dreams

(c ) wishes

(d) secrets

4

(a) sleep

(b) sit

(c ) eat

(d) work

5

(a) roots

(b) leaves

(c ) fruits

(d) branches

6

(a) animals

(b) birds

(c ) people

(d) insects

7

(a) feeling

(b) looking at

(c ) touching

(d) kissing

8

(a) behave

(b) feel

(c ) grow

(d) look

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(a) goes back

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(b) returns

(c ) observes

(d) touches

10

(a) strong

(b) stiff

(c ) weak

(d) rough

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Answer Key Language Convention – III (Passage-based-MCQ)

Passage - A

1 (b) found

2 (a) African

3 (d) with

4 (d) longer

5 (d ) types

6 (b ) herds

7 (c) shy

8 (d ) men

9 (c) vegetarianism

10 (a) entirely

Passage - B

1 (b) He has time to complete his work

2 (b) Take a leisurely walk

3 (d) One feels refreshed in the morning

4 (d) Makes one finish one’s work

5 (b ) His mind is fresh, free from distractions

6 (b ) Disadvantage

7 (c) Inattention

8 (c ) Energy

9 (b) Entertainment, entertain

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10 (b) To walk in relaxed manner

Passage - C

1 (a) driven

2 (b) acknowledged

3 (b) human

4 (c) given way

5 (b ) equipped

6 (b ) pieces

7 (c) funds

8 (a ) hope

9 (b) afford

10 (d) inviting

Passage - D

1 (b) liked

2 (d) his

3 (c) order

4 (b) year

5 (a) back

6 (b ) kindergarten

7 (c) unnecessary

8 (b ) worry

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9 (a) expect

10 (d) front

Passage - E

1 (b) famous

2 (d) travelled

3 (d) journey

4 (c) alive

5 (b) successful

6 (b) lots

7 (c) wrote

8 (d) exciting

9 (a) stories

10 (c) amazing

Passage - F

1 (b) got

2 (b) happened

3 (c) met

4 (c) playing

5 (c ) enjoying

6 (c ) love

7 (b) marry

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8 (d ) answer

9 (c) exciting

10 (c) after

Passage - G

1 (c) arrived

2 (b) beautiful

3 (a) choose

4 (b) behind

5 (c ) space

6 (b ) same

7 (b) moved

8 (c ) unfortunately

9 (b) extremely

10 (b) sense

Passage - H

1 (a) child

2 (b) strength

3 (d) secrets

4 (b) sit

5 (d ) branches

6 (b ) birds

7 ( c ) touching

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8 (c ) grow

9 (b) returns

10 (a) strong

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हिदी भाषा – I वयाकरण आधाररत बिविकलपh; परशन

1- ^vfHk* milxZ ;qDr “kCn gS %&

(i) vuqHko

(ii) vfHk”kki

(iii) viO;;

(iv) vijk/k

2- ^Lo* milxZ ;qDr “kCn gS %&

(i) Lokxr

(ii) LosPNk

(iii) LoIu

(iv) LodeZ

3- ^iu* izR;; okyk “kCn gS %&

(i) viuRo

(ii) viukiu

(iii) vlQyrk

(iv) vlkekftd

4- ^bZyk* izR;; okyk “kCn gS %&

(i) tks”khyk

(ii) uedhu

(iii) jaxhu

(iv) nSoh;

5- ^vuq* milxZ ;qDr “kCn pqfu, %&

(i) vfrØe.k

(ii) mieku

(iii) vi;”k

(iv) vuqeku

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6- ^fo* milxZ ;qDr “kCn pqfu, %&

(i) csc”k

(ii) oSHko

(iii) cnfdLer

(iv) foo”k

7- ewy :i ls izR;; ds izdkj gSa %&

(i) rhu

(ii) ik¡p

(iii) nks

(iv) lkr

8- ^d`Ùk* izR;; fuekZ.k djrs gSa %&

(i) loZuke “kCnksa dk

(ii) fØ;k fo”ks’k.k “kCnksa dk

(iii) miokD;ksa dk

(iv) laKk vFkok fo”ks’k.k “kCnksa dk

9- ^dFkuh;* “kCn dk lgh fodYi gS %&

(i) dFku $ bZ;

(ii) dFk $ uh;

(iii) dFk $ vuh;

(iv) dFk $ muh;

10- ^vPNkbZ* “kCn dk lgh fodYi gS %&

(i) vPNk $ bZ

(ii) vPNk $ vkbZ

(iii) vPNk $ vk $ bZ

(iv) vPNk $ ;h

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fuEufyf[kr lkekfld “kCnksa esa lekl dk fodYi gS %&

11- uoxzg %&

(i) ukS xzgksa dk lekgkj & f}xq lekl

(ii) ukS xzg & }a} lekl

(iii) ukS gSa xzg tgk¡ & cgqczhfg lekl

(iv) ukS xzgksa rd & vO;;hHkko lekl

12- ^n”kkuu* dk lekl foxzg gS %&

(i) n”k vkuu

(ii) n”k vkuu okyk

(iii) n”k vkuu gSa ftlds og

(iv) n”k vkuuksa okyk

13- ^?kqM+lokj* dk lekl foxzg gS %&

(i) ?kksM+s dk lokj

(ii) ?kksM+k vkSj lokj

(iii) ?kksM+s ij lokj

(iv) ?kksM+s ij lokjh djrk gS tks

14- ^ns”k fudkyk* “kCn dk lgh fodYi pqfu, %&

(i) ns”k ls fudkyk gS ftldks & deZ/kkj; lekl

(ii) ns”k ls fudkyk & rRiq:’k lekl

(iii) ns”k vkSj fudkyk & }a} lekl

(iv) ns”k ds fy, fudkyk & vO;;h Hkko lekl

15- ^iapjRu* dk lgh fodYi gS %&

(i) iapksa dk jRu & rRiq:’k lekl

(ii) iap vkSj jRu & }a} lekl

(iii) ik¡p jRuksa dk lekgkj & f}xq lekl

(iv) ik¡p jRu gSa ftlds & cgqczhfg lekl

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16- ^lrlbZ* dk lgh fodYi gS %&

(i) lkr dh lbZ & RkRiq:’k lekl

(ii) lkr vkSj lbZ & }a} lekl

(iii) lkr lkS dk lekgkj & f}xq lekl

(iv) lr gS tks lbZ & deZ/kkj; lekl

17- ^gkFkksa gkFk* dk lgh lekl foxzg gS %&

(i) gkFkksa dk lewg & f}xq lekl

(ii) gkFk ds fy, gkFk & rRiq:’k lekl

(iii) gkFk gh gkFk esa & }a} lekl

(iv) ,d gkFk ls nwljs gkFk esa & vO;;hHkko lekl

18- ^frjaxk* “kCn dk lekl foxzg gS %&

(i) rhu ds fy, jax & rRiq:’k lekl

(ii) rhu vkSj jax & }a} lekl

(iii) rhu jaxksa dk lekgkj & f}xq lekl

(iv) rhu jax gSa tks & cgqczhfg lekl

19- ^dudyrk* “kCn dk foxzg gS %&

(i) dud vkSj yrk & }a} lekl

(ii) du vkSj dyrk & f}xq lekl

(iii) dud vkSj yrk & rRiq:’k lekl

(iv) dud ds leku yrk & deZ/kkj; lekl

20- ^ik¡p vkcksa dk lekgkj* dk leLr in gksxk %&

(i) iatkc & f}xq lekl

(ii) iatkc & }a} lekl

(iii) iatkc & rRiq:’k lekl

(iv) iatkck & deZ/kkj; lekl

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js[kkafdr “kCn dk foykse pqudj fyf[k, %&

21- og n;kyq ugha &&&&& gSA

(i) n;koku

(ii) v/khj

(iii) funZ;

(iv) lân;

22- iwoksZÙkj Hkkjr dh tyok;q vknZz gS u fd &&&&&

(i) xhyh

(ii) “kq’d

(iii) tM+

(iv) izfrdwy

23- fdlh us vk”kk Hkh ugha dh Fkh fd bruh ljyrk ls vfHk”kki &&&&& esa cny tk;sxkA

(i) “kk”or

(ii) lkSHkkX;

(iii) vuFkZ

(iv) ojnku

24- eSusa jkr esa pUnzek ns[kkA

(i) nksigj

(ii) vk/kh jkr

(iii) lqcg

(iv) fnu

25- bl o’kZ vfro`f’V us Qly dks pkSiV fd;k gSA

(i) lw[ks

(ii) vuko`f’V

(iii) ck<+

(iv) vksyksa

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26- eSa ekalkgkjh ugha &&&&& Hkkstu ilan djrk gw¡A

(i) Qykgkjh

(ii) lkfe’k

(iii) “kkdkgkjh

(iv) mi;qDr lHkh

27- lQyrk lq’kqfIr esa ugha &&&&& esa gSA

(i) vfgr

(ii) laf{kIr

(iii) foLr`r

(iv) tkx`fr

28- gesa lnk bZ”oj dk drK gksuk pkfg, u fd &&&&&

(i) dBksj

(ii) vuqnkj

(iii) vkLFkk

(iv) d`r?u

29- ek¡&cki dh e`R;q ds ckn og vukFk gks x;k FkkA

(i) fo”oukFk

(ii) vejukFk

(iii) lukFk

(iv) lukru

30- Hkxoku ds izfr J)k j[kus okyk vkfLrd dgykrk gS vkSj mls u ekuus okyk &&&&& dgykrk gSA

(i) ijkLr

(ii) ukfLrd

(iii) bZ”ojoknh

(iv) vgadkjh

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fuEufyf[kr js[kkafdr “kCnksa dk lgh i;kZ;okph “kCn gksxk %&

31- efg’kklqj ,d nkuo FkkA

(i) lqj

(ii) vlqj

(iii) nso

(iv) vuqpj

32- ve`r ihus ds dkj.k nsork vej gks x,A

(i) O;atu

(ii) {khj

(iii) ih;w’k

(iv) ty

33- ljLorh ds vk”kh’k ls gh fo|k izkIr gksrh gS %&

(i) tuuh

(ii) banzk

(iii) nkfeuh

(iv) “kkjnk

34- vkt vacj esa ckny Nk, gq, gSaA

(i) es?k

(ii) tyn

(iii) i;ksn

(iv) uHk

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fuEufyf[kr “kCn dk tks i;kZ;okph “kCn ugha mls pqfu, %&

35- flag %&

(i) “ksj

(ii) dsljh

(iii) e``x

(iv) e`xjkt

36- xq: %&

(i) f”k{kd

(ii) fHk{kqd

(iii) vkpk;Z

(iv) v/;kid

37- dkenso %&

(i) enu

(ii) daniZ

(iii) vuax

(iv) ;{kjkt

38- i{kh %&

(i) foVi

(ii) [kx

(iii) fogx

(iv) uHkpj

39- vfrfFk %&

(i) vkxarqd

(ii) ikgqu

(iii) vKs;

(iv) vH;kxr

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40- fnu %&

(i) fnol

(ii) oklj

(iii) okj

(iv) nhokj

eqgkojs ds vFkZ dk lgh fodYi pqfu, %&

41- vkt lqcg ls jkr rd bruh nkSM+&/kwi dh gS fd esjk vax vax <hyk gks jgk gS %&

(i) cgqr Fkd tkuk

(ii) lqLr gks tkuk

(iii) Hkkx tkuk

(iv) [kq”k gksuk

42- ns[k ysuk jes”k rqEgkjh lgk;rk ugha djsxk vxj&exj djds pyrk dj nsxkA

(i) Vky&eVksy djuk

(ii) cqf) Hkz’V gksuk

(iii) cgkuk <wa<uk

(iv) cgqr lksp&fopkj djuk

43- tc Hkjh lHkk esa usrkth dk vijk/k fl) gks x;k rks os viuk lk eq¡g ysdj jg x;sA

(i) LokFkZ fl) djuk

(ii) viuh gh ckr dgrs tkuk

(iii) yfTtr gksuk

(iv) lcls vyx jguk

44- fe= dks eqlhcr esa iM+k ns[kdj lPps fe= gh mldh lgk;rk djrs gSa] mlls vk¡[ksa ugha QjsrsA

(i) I;kj gksuk

(ii) /kks[kk nsuk

(iii) nwj gksuk

(iv) cgqr I;kjk

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45- tc rd mldk tq, esa lc dqN ugha yqV x;k rc rd mldh vk¡[ksa ugha [kqyhA

(i) xqLlk izdV djuk

(ii) LokFkZ fl) djuk

(iii) cgqr vf/kd varj

(iv) gks”k esa vkuk

46- vkx ccwyk gksuk

(i) Øks/k dks c<+kuk

(ii) xqLls ls Hkj tkuk

(iii) fpYykuk

(iv) mi;qZDr lHkh

47- bZaV dk tokc iRFkj ls nsuk

(i) lewy u’V djuk

(ii) cgqr “kksj djuk

(iii) iqjtksj vkØe.k djuk

(iv) /kks[kk nsuk

48- mYVh&lh/kh lqukuk

(i) lHkh ds lkFk ,d tSlk gksuk

(ii) cqjk&Hkyk dguk

(iii) ew[kZ cukuk

(iv) mi;qZDr lHkh

49- dUuh dkVuk

(i) cpuk

(ii) rS;kj gksuk

(iii) o”k esa djuk

(iv) buesa ls dksbZ ugha

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50- dku dk dPpk gksuk

(i) vlj u gksuk

(ii) ekj nsuk

(iii) “kh?kz fo”okl djus okyk

(iv) mi;qZDr lHkh

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हिदी भाषा – I वयाकरण आधाररत बिविकलपh; परशन

उततर कजी:-

1. (II) 2. (IV) 3. (II) 4. (I) 5. (IV) 6. (IV) 7. (III) 8. (IV) 9. (I) 10. (II) 11. (I) 12. (III) 13. (III) 14. (II) 15. (III) 16. (III) 17. (IV)

18. (III) 19. (IV) 20. (I) 21. (III) 22. (II) 23. (IV) 24. (IV) 25. (II) 26. (III) 27. (IV) 28. (IV) 29. (III) 30. (II) 31. (II) 32. (III) 33. (IV) 34. (IV)

35. (III) 36. (II) 37. (IV) 38. (I) 39. (III) 40. (IV) 41. (I) 42. (I) 43. (III) 44. (III) 45. (IV) 46. (II) 47. (III) 48. (II) 49. (I) 50. (III)

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हहदी भाषा – II सदभभगत आधारित बहविकलपh; परशन

fuEufyf[kr esa ls “kq) “kCn dk p;u dhft, %&

1- ¼d½ dof;=h ¼[k½ dfo=h ¼x½ dfo;=h ¼?k½ doh=h

2- ¼d½ mtToy ¼[k½ mTToy ¼x½ mTtoy ¼?k½ mtoy

3- ¼d½ T;ksRkLuk ¼[k½ t;ksRluk ¼x½ T;ksRLuk ¼?k½ T;kSRLuk

4- ¼d½ oggkfjd ¼[k½ O;okgkfjd ¼x½ O;kgkfjd ¼?k½ O;kogkfjd

5- ¼d½ HkkSxksfyd ¼[k½ Hkwxksfyd ¼x½ Hkksxksfyd ¼?k½ HkksxkSfyd

fuEufyf[kr esa ls lgh L=hfyax “kCn dk pquko dhft, %&

6- ckyd

(i) ckfydk

(ii) ckyk

(iii) dU;k

(iv) rU;k

7- iafMr

(i) iaMkbu

(ii) iafMrkbu

(iii) ikaMkbu

(iv) iaMkfju

8- iq:’k

(i) efgyk

(ii) vcyk

(iii) lcyk

(iv) fucZyk

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9- Lokeh

(i) xkSjkafxuh

(ii) v/kkZafxuh

(iii) Lokfeuh

(iv) /kzqoLokfeuh

10- Nk=

(i) fo|kFkhZ

(ii) f”k{kkFkhZ

(iii) vkKkFkhZ

(iv) Nk=k

lgh cgqopu dk pquko djsa %&

11- iÙkk %&

(i) ifÙk;k¡

(ii) iÙks

(iii) if=;;k¡

(iv) i=ekyk

12- jkr %&

(i) jkrsa

(ii) jfr;k¡

(iii) loZjkf=

(iv) jtuh

13- o/kw %&

(i) ckykvksa

(ii) ukfj;ksa

(iii) efgykvksa

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(iv) o/kqvksa

14- lk/kq %&

(i) lk/kks

(ii) lTtuksa

(iii) lk/kqvksa

(iv) lk/kkS

15- canj %&

(i) okujksa

(ii) dfi;ksa

(iii) canjksa

(iv) dh”kksa

16- Hkkookpd laKk Nk¡fV, %&

¼d½ lqanj ¼[k½ iqLrd ¼x½ est ¼?k½ feBkl

17- iafMr th Hkkjr ds iz/kkuea=h FksA &&& okD; esa js[kkafdr laKk dk Hksn crkb, %&

(i) Hkkookpd laKk

(ii) O;fDrokpd laKk

(iii) tkfrokpd laKk

(iv) nzO;okpd laKk

18- fdl okD; esa O;fDrokpd laKk tkfrokpd laKk ds :i esa iz;qDr gqbZ gS\

(i) t;panksa ls ns”k dks cpkvksA

(ii) lsuk lhek ij igq¡p xbZA

(iii) cPpksa dks yM~Mw ns nksA

(iv) fnYyh ns”k dh jkt/kkuh gSA

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19- ^okRlY;* “kCn dh tkfrokpd laKk gS %&

(i) okRl

(ii) oRly

(iii) oRl

(iv) okr

20- ^dfo* dh Hkkookpd laKk dk lgh fodYi gS %&

(i) dfork

(ii) dkO;

(iii) fdrkc

(iv) dfoRo

dkjd crkb, %&

21- jke dk yM+dk cqf)eku gSA

(i) dÙkkZ dkjd

(ii) deZ dkjd

(iii) laca/k dkjd

(iv) laiznku dkjd

22- isM+ ls iÙks >M+rs gSa

(i) viknku dkjd

(ii) laiznku dkjd

(iii) vf/kdj.k dkjd

(iv) dÙkkZ dkjd

23- xjhc dks nku nksA

(i) laiznku dkjd

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(ii) laca/k dkjd

(iii) dÙkkZ dkjd

(iv) deZ dkjd

24- og “ksj ls Mj x;kA

(i) deZ dkjd

(ii) dj.k dkjd

(iii) lacks/ku dkjd

(iv) dÙkkZ dkjd

25- firkth dejs esa gSaA

(i) laca/k dkjd

(ii) viknku dkjd

(iii) dÙkkZ dkjd

(iv) vf/kdj.k dkjd

26- loZuke fdls dgrs gSa\

(i) uke dks loZuke dgrs gSaA

(ii) laKk ds LFkku ij vkus okys “kCn dks loZuke dgrs gSaA

(iii) fdlh dh fo”ks’krk dks loZuke dgrs gSaA

(iv) laca/k dks loZuke dgrs gSaA

27- dfo us Lo;a dfork lqukbZA js[kkafdr “kCn esa loZuke dk Hksn crkb,A

(i) iq:’kokpd loZuke

(ii) vfu”p;okpd loZuke

(iii) laca/kokpd loZuke

(iv) futokpd loZuke

28- ^^TkSlk djksxs oSlk Hkjksxs** & js[kkafdr “kCnksa esa loZuke dk Hksn crkb,A

(i) vfu”p;okpd loZuke

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(ii) laca/kokpd loZuke

(iii) fu”p;okpd loZuke

(iv) iq:’kokpd loZuke

29- ^^EkSa^^ loZuke ds izdkj dk lgh fodYi gS %&

(i) futokpd

(ii) iq:’kokpd

(iii) iz”uokpd

(iv) laca/kokpd

30- fuEufyf[kr esa dkSu lk “kCn loZuke gS\

(i) cq<+kik

(ii) feBkl

(iii) og

(iv) dkseyrk

31- ;g vke &&&& gSA & dk lgh fo”ks’k.k “kCn gS %&

(i) ehBk

(ii) ehBs

(iii) ehBksa

(iv) ehBh

32- &&&& vkSjr lCth csp jgh gSA & dk lgh fo”ks’k.k “kCn gS %&

(i) cw<+k

(ii) cw<+h

(iii) cqf<+;k

(iv) cw<+s

js[kkafdr fOk”ks’k.k dk Hksn crkb, %&

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33- FkksM+h gYnh ykukA

(i) laKkokpd

(ii) ifjek.kokpd

(iii) xq.kokpd

(iv) vU;

34- og edku cM+k gSA

(i) lkoZukfed fo”ks’k.k

(ii) xq.kokpd fo”ks’k.k

(iii) la[;kokpd fo”ks’k.k

(iv) ifjek.kokpd fo”ks’k.k

35- bl lky de mit gqbZA

(i) la[;kokpd

(ii) ifjek.kokpd

(iii) xq.kokpd

(iv) lkoZukfed

lgh fØ;k dk uke crkb, %&

36- i{kh mM+sA

(i) vdeZd fØ;k

(ii) ldeZd fØ;k

(iii) f}deZd fØ;k

(iv) izsj.kkFkZd fØ;k

37- ek¡ us cPps dks nw/k fiyok;kA

(i) vdeZd fØ;k

(ii) izsj.kkFkZd fØ;k

(iii) la;qDr fØ;k

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(iv) ldeZd fØ;k

38- og mB cSBkA

(i) ldeZd fØ;k

(ii) f}deZd fØ;k

(iii) la;qDr fØ;k

(iv) izsj.kkFkZd fØ;k

39- mlus fHk[kkjh dks /ku fn;kA

(i) vdeZd fØ;k

(ii) izsj.kkFkZd fØ;k

(iii) f}deZd fØ;k

(iv) la;qDr fØ;k

40- esjh cgu dfork,¡ fy[krh gSA

(i) vdeZd fØ;k

(ii) f}deZd fØ;k

(iii) ldeZd fØ;k

(iv) la;qDr fØ;k

uhps fn, “kCn ;qXeksa ds feyrs tqyrs fodYi pqfu, %&

41- vfuy & vuy

(i) gok & ty

(ii) vkx & gok

(iii) gok & vfXu

(iv) ty & ok;q

42- vUu & vU;

(i) vukt & vfrfjDr

(ii) nwljk & /kku

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(iii) vukt & nwljk

(iv) vukt & rhljk

43- voyac & vfoyac

(i) “kh?kz & lgkjk

(ii) lgkjk & “kh?kz

(iii) fujkfJr & “kh?kz

(iv) vkfJr & “kh?kz

44- vfHkjke & vfojke

(i) pednkj & lqanj

(ii) fo”kky & lqanj

(iii) lqanj & fo”kky

(iv) lqanj & yxkrkj

45- dqy & dwy

(i) ifjokj & ;ksx

(ii) ;ksx & oa”k

(iii) oa”k & fdukjk

(iv) oa”k & B.Mk

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हहदी भाषा – II सदभभगत आधारित बहविकलपh; परशन

उतति कजी:-

1. (I) 2. (II) 3. (III) 4. (IV) 5. (I) 6. (I) 7. (II) 8. (I) 9. (III) 10. (IV) 11. (I) 12. (I) 13. (IV) 14. (III) 15. (III)

16. (IV) 17. (II) 18. (I) 19. (III) 20. (IV) 21. (III) 22. (I) 23. (I) 24. (II) 25. (IV) 26. (II) 27. (IV) 28. (II) 29. (I) 30. (III)

31. (I) 32. (II) 33. (II) 34. (I) 35. (II) 36. (I) 37. (II) 38. (III) 39. (III) 40. (III) 41. (III) 42. (I) 43. (II) 44. (IV) 45. (III)

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हहदी भाषा – III परkसगिक आधारित बहविकलपh; परशन

1- uhps fn, x, x|ka”k esa ls dqN “kCn fudky fn, x, gSaA ;s “kCn izR;sd fjDr LFkku ds fy, fn, x,

fodYiksa esa “kkfey gSaA x|ka”k dks if<+, vkSj fn, x, fodYiksa esa ls mfpr fodYi pqfu,A

^^eSa ;g fo”okl t:j j[krk gw¡ fd ¼1½ &&&&& flQZ cqtfnyh vkSj fgalk esa ls ¼2½ &&&&& djuk

gks] rks eSa fgalk dks pquus dh ¼3½ &&&&& nw¡xkA eSa ;g ilan d:axk fd fganqLrku viuh bTtr ¼4½

&&&&& ds fy, gfFk;kjksa dh enn ys] cfuLir blds fd og dk;jksa dh rjg viuh csbTtrh dk

vlgk; f”kdkj gks tk, ;k cuk jgs] ysfdu esjk ¼5½ &&&&& gS fd fgalk ls vfgalk dgha Å¡ph gSA

ltk dh ctk; ekQh nsuk dgha T;knk cgknqjh dk dke gSA

¼1½ ¼d½ vxj ¼[k½ exj ¼x½ ft/kj ¼?k½ tgk¡

¼2½ ¼d½ :dko ¼[k½ pquko ¼x½ vyxko ¼?k½ ruko

¼3½ ¼d½ lykg ¼[k½ lg;ksx ¼x½ enn ¼?k½ lgdkj

¼4½ ¼d½ c<+kus ¼[k½ cukus ¼x½ cpkus ¼?k½ eukus

¼5½ ¼d½ fo”okl ¼[k½ mPN~okl ¼x½ fu%”okl ¼?k½ vk”oklu

2- fuEufyf[kr x|ka”k dks /;kuiwoZd i<+dj var esa fn, x, iz”uksa ds fodYiksa esa ls lgh fodYi pqfu,

^^;k=k f”k{kk dk lk/ku gSA f”k{kk dk mn~ns”; pfj= fuekZ.k gSA tc ge ;k=k djrs gS] rks gesa phtsa

laHkkyuh iM+rh gS] viuk fVdV j[kuk iM+rk gS vkSj Bhd le; ij xkM+h idM+uh gksrh gSA /kuh

O;fDr vius ukSdjksa ls ;g lc dke djk ysrs gSa ysfdu Hkkjr xjhcksa dk ns”k gSA ;k=k esa gesa viuh

enn vki djuh iM+rh gSA fHkUu&fHkUu LFkkuksa dks ns[kus vkSj LkHkh rjg ds yksxkas ls ckr djus esa

ge cgqrsjh ubZ phtsa lh[krs gSaA ;wjksi esa ;k=k ds fcuk f”k{kk v/kwjh le>h tkrh gSa izkphu Hkkjr esa

rhFkZ;k=k dks cM+k egRo fn;k tkrk FkkA bl ns”k esa Hkze.k cM+k vkuUnizn gks ldrk gSA

(i) fdu dkj.kkksa ds fcuk f”k{kk v/kwjh gksrh gS\

I. ;k=k ds dkj.k

II. rhFkZ u djus ds dkj.k

III. dksbZ ugha

IV. d vkSj [k nksuksa

(ii) ;k=k fdldk lk/ku gS\

I. f”k{kk dk

II. O;fDr dk

III. laifRr dk

IV. thou dk

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(iii) ;k=k djrs le; D;k&D;k dk;Z djuk vko”;d gS\

I. xkM+h esa cSBuk

II. oLrq,a laHkkyuk] fVdV j[kuk] lgh le; ij xkM+h idM+uk

III. dksbZ ugha

IV. ;k=k dh iwoZ tkudkjh

(iv) mi;qDr vorj.k dk “kh’kZd gksxk %&

I. ;k=k dk egRo

II. rhFkZ ;k=k

III. f”k{kk dk lk/ku

IV. pfj= fuekZ.k

(v) ^f”k{kk* “kCn dk i;kZ;okph ugha gS %&

I. fo|k

II. rkyhe

III. lh[k

IV. dyk

3- uhps fn, x, x|ka”k esa ls dqN “kCn fudky fn, x, gSa] ;s “kCn izR;sd fjDr LFkku ds fy, fn, x,

fodYiksa esa “kkfey gSaA x|ka”k dks if<+, vkSj fn, x, fodYiksa esa ls mfpr fodYi pqfu, %&

dyk] “kfDr vkSj f”ko ds ijLij ¼1½ &&&&& dks ysdj ubZ dkO;e; dYiuk,¡] u, ¼2½ &&&&&

vkSj u, /;ku gekjs ;gk¡ cus gSaA dyk “kCn ds dbZ ¼3½ &&&&& gSaA pUnzek ds lksygosa ¼4½

&&&&& dks Hkh dyk dgrs gSa vkSj pUnzek dh ¼5½ &&&&& dyk ftldk uke “kkL=ksa esa ve`rk gS]

f”ko ds Hkky ij vO;ofLFkr jgrh gSA dyk ck¡dh gksrh gS vkSj vk/;kfRed n`f’V ls izk;% vn`”;

gksrh gSA

¼1½ ¼d½ vuqca/k ¼[k½ laca/k ¼x½ izca/k ¼?k½ fucaZ/k

¼2½ ¼d½ izrhd ¼[k½ izxhr ¼x½ izrhfr ¼?k½ iznhi

¼3½ ¼d½ oxZ ¼[k½ /keZ ¼x½ vFkZ ¼?k½ eeZ

¼4½ ¼d½ oa”k ¼[k½ na”k ¼x½ vax ¼?k½ va”k

¼5½ ¼d½ :igyh ¼[k½ igyh ¼x½ lqugyh ¼?k½ eupyh

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4- uhsps fn, i|ka”k dks i<+dj var esa fn, x, iz”uksa ds fodYiksa esa ls lgh fodYi pqfu, %&

rqe Hkh[k vUu dh }kj&}kj ls ekax jgs]

rqe Hkh[k nzO; dh }kj&}kj ls ekax jgsA

D;k vktknh ls feyh rqEgs ;s vktknh\

rqe dtZ dk<+ dj le>s ekj Nykax jgs]

;g dkSe ns”k dk tc&tc dtZ pqdk;sxh]

bl vktknh dh ;kn ges”kk vk;sxhA

csfM+;k¡ dtZ dh vkSj u ck¡/kks ik¡oksa esa]

D;k blls gedks uhan pSu dh vk;sxh\

gS ,d xqykeh gVh] nwljh fQj vkbZ]

;g etZ gekjk vkSj c<+ x;k lkyksa dkA

ihNs >aMk Qgjkuk] ,s >aMs okyksa

igys tokc nks esjs pan lokyksa dkA

(i) nzO; dk lgh vFkZ gS %&

I. i`Foh

II. ty

III. ok;q

IV. /ku

(ii) ^^D;k vktknh ls feyh rqEgs ;g vktknh** & iafDr esa ^^;g vktknh** ls D;k vfHkizk; gS\

I. laiUurk Hkjh vktknh

II. nfjnzrk Hkjh vktknh

III. vkuannk;h vktknh

IV. ca/kuksa ls vktknh

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(iii) mi;qZDr i|ka”k esa fdl “kCn dk vFkZ ^jksx* gS\

I. etZ+

II. et+hZ

III. xqykeh

IV. dk<+dj

(iv) dfork esa dfo us fdl leL;k ij izdk”k Mkyk gS\

I. tula[;k dh leL;k ij

II. fons”kksa ls _.k ysus dh leL;k ij

III. ngst dh leL;k ij

IV. Hkz’Vkpkj dh leL;k ij

(v) dfo us dtZ dks fdlds leku crk;k gS\

I. lgk;rk ds leku

II. csfM+;ksa ds leku

III. izxfr ds leku

IV. cks> ds leku

5- uhps fn, x, x|ka”k esa ls dqN “kCn fudky fn, x, gSaA ;s “kCn izR;sd fjDr LFkku ds fy, fn, x,

fodYiksa esa “kkfey gSaA x|ka”k dks if<+, vkSj fn, x, fodYiksa esa ls mfpr fodYi pqfu,A

^^foKku bl ;qx dh viwoZ ¼1½ &&&&& dk lzksr gSA ;g ,d ,slh “kfDr gS ftlus lalkj ds ¼2½

&&&&& dks gh iwjh rjg cny fn;k gSA blfy, ¼3½ &&&&& ;qx dks foKku dk ;qx dgk tkrk

gSA foKku ds vkyksd esa euq’; us izd`fr ds ¼4½ &&&&& dks izdkf”kr djds u;s&u;s “kfDr lk/kuksa

dh ¼5½ &&&&& dh vkSj thou dks lq[kh ,oa le`) cukus dk ;Ru fd;kA foKku ds v/;;u ls

euq’; ds n`f’Vdks.k esa ifjorZu gqvk vkSj og gj ckr esa rdZ”khy gks x;kA

¼1½ ¼d½ mUufr ¼[k½ c<+ksrjh ¼x½ o`f) ¼?k½ p<+kok

¼2½ ¼d½ <ax ¼[k½ Lo:i ¼x½ :i ¼?k½ vkdkj

¼3½ ¼d½ uohu ¼[k½ vk/kqfud ¼x½ vkxkeh ¼?k½ vokZphu

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¼4½ ¼d½ xqIr ¼[k½ miknkuksa ¼x½ okLrfodrkvksa ¼?k½ jgL;ksa

¼5½ ¼d½ vUos’k.k ¼[k½ [kkst ¼x½ izdV ¼?k½ vuqla/kku

6- fuEufyf[kr x|ka”k dks /;kuiwoZd i<+dj var esa fn, x, iz”uksa ds fodYiksa e sa ls lgh fodYi pqfu,

fo|qr “kfDr ,d izdkj dk dYio`{k gS tks LoxZ ls vkdj e`R;qyksd esa mifLFkr gks x;kA tjk cVu

nck fd lkjk uxj fo|qr dh fo”kq) fueZy T;ksRluk esa fueXu gks x;kA ^^relks ek T;ksfrxZe;** dh

izkFkZuk Hkxoku us u lgh ij foKku nsork us rks Lohdkj dj yhA bruk gh ugha fo|qr “kfDr

vkidh Øhrnklh cudj vkidh lsok esa lrr rRij jgrh gSA vkids gkFk ds ladsr esa foyEc gks

ldrk gS] nklh dks dk;Z lEiknu esa dnkfi nsj ugha gksxhA ;g nklh xehZ esa “khryrk iznku djrh

gS] rks lnhZ esa vkidks xehZ nsrh gSA iou nso blh ds cy ls vkids bPNkuqorhZ cu x;s gSaa vfXu nso

vc vkids vuqpj gSaA fo|qr }kjk euq’; ds fpj lafpr LoIu lkdkj gks x;s gSaA

(i) vorj.k dk mi;qDr “kh’kZd gksxk %&

I. fo|qr “kfDr vkSj iou nsork

II. fo|qr “kfDr dh loZiz/kkurk

III. ekuo lsok esa fo|qr “kfDr

IV. fo|qr “kfDr dh efgek

(ii) iwjs vorj.k dk lkjka”k ,d okD; esa dguk pkgsa rks og gksxk %&

I. fo|qr “kfDr euq’; ds fy, Øhrnklh dh rjg gSA

II. fo|qr “kfDr ds :i esa euq’; u nsork dks ik fy;k gSA

III. euq’; dks fo|qr “kfDr ds :i esa dYio`{k dh izkfIr gqbZ gSA

IV. fo|qr “kfDr euq’; ds fy, iounso] vfXunso lc dqN gSA

(iii) igys okD; esa fo|qr “kfDr dks dYio{k D;ksa dgk x;k gS\

I. D;ksafd og euq’; ds lHkh LoIu iwjs djrh gSA

II. D;ksafd mlus e`R;qyksd dks LoxZyksd esa cny fn;kA

III. D;ksafd cVu nckrs gh rqjar pkjkas vksj vkyksd dk izlkj gks tkrk gSA

IV. D;ksafd mlls euq’; viuh lq[k&lqfo/kk ds vusd dk;Z lEiUu dj ldrk gSA

(iv) ^^relks ek T;ksfrxZe;** mfDr esa ^relks* dk vFkZ gS %&

I. va/kdkj

II. vKku dk va/kdkj

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III. vKku

IV. jkf= dk va/kdkj

(v) vafre okD; dk vk”k; gS %&

I. euq’; dk liuk lkdkj gks x;k gSA

II. euq’; dh lHkh bPNk,a iwjh gks x;h gSaA

III. euq’; dks eupkgk vuqpj fey x;k gSA

IV. vc euq’; dks dqN pkguk “ks’k ughaA

7- uhps fn, x, x|ka”k esa ls dqN “kCn fudky fn, x, gSaA ;s “kCn izR;sd fjDr LFkku ds fy, fn, x,

fodYiksa esa “kkfey gSaA x|ka”k dks if<+, vkSj fn, x, fodYiksa esa ls mfpr fodYi pqfu,A

lekpkj i= vk/kqfud thou dh ¼1½ &&&&& vkSj vkt ds ;qx dh egku “kfDr ekus tkrs gSaA

lekpkj i= tulk/kkj.k ds fopkjksa dks ¼2½ &&&&& djus dk lk/ku gSA lekt] ns”k vkSj fo”o esa

?kVus okyh fnu izfrfnu dh ¼3½ &&&&& dk izkekf.kd ¼4½ &&&&& lekpkj i= }kjk gh fey

ldrk gSA ;g tu tkxzfr dk ¼5½ &&&&& gksrk gSA vr% iztkra= dk rks vk/kkj LrEHk lekpkj i=

gh gSA

¼1½ ¼d½ /ku ¼[k½ /kjksgj ¼x½ laIkfRr ¼?k½ vko”;drk

¼2½ ¼d½ vfHkO;Dr ¼[k½ izdV ¼x½ izLrqr ¼?k½ n`f’Vxr

¼3½ ¼d½ foinkvksa ¼[k½ ?kVukvksa ¼x½ dygksa ¼?k½ vkinkvksa

¼4½ ¼d½ fooj.k ¼[k½ o.kZu ¼x½ O;k[;ku ¼?k½ vk[;ku

¼5½ ¼d½ fopkjd ¼[k½ lapkjd ¼x½ mn~?kks’kd ¼?k½ lans”k okgd

8- fuEufyf[kr x|ka”k dks /;kuiwoZd i<+dj var esa fn, x, iz”uksa ds fodYiksa esa ls lgh fodYi pqfu,

tks fo|k dh bPNk j[krk gS] og fo|kFkhZ gSA euq’; thou Hkj dqN u dqN lh[kus dh bPNk j[krk

gSA bl n`f’V ls og lnSo fo|kFkhZ jgrk gS] fdUrq LFkwy :i ls ekuo thou esa fon~;kFkhZ dky cgqr

yack ugha gSA ;g euq’; ds thou dk Lof.kZe dky gSA fo|kFkhZ thou galus&galkus dk le; gSA

[ksy&[ksy esa i<+kbZ dk vH;kl blh mez esa gksrk gSA ekrk&firk ykM+&I;kj djrs gSaA ifjokjtu

Lusg dh o’kkZ ls vcks/k eu dks xqnxqnkrs gSaA fur u, fe= curs gSa] NsM+&NkM+ pyrh gSA dHkh&dHkh

ckr c<+ tkrh gS vkSj ukScr ekj&ihV] gkFkkikbZ rd vk tkrh gS] ijUrq lkjk }s’k] leLr Øks/k] lkjh

dM+okgV nwljs iy gh u’V gks tkrh gSA vkt ftlls yM+s dy mlh ds lkFk cSB ehBh&ehBh ckrsa

djus dk n`”; fn[kkbZ nsrk gSA [kkus&ihus vkSj ekSt mM+kus dk ;g eLrkuk ekSle pkgs fdru NksVk

D;ksa u gks] yqHkkouk vkSj lqgkouk gksrk gSA

(i) izLrqr va”k esa tk sj fn;k x;k gS %&

I. Ldwyh f”k{kk ij

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II. pfj= fuekZ.k ij

III. vuq”kklu ij

IV. fo|kFkhZ thou dh fo”ks’k ekufldrk ij

(ii) fo|kFkhZ thou eksgd gS D;ksafd %&

I. vYidkfyd gSA

II. izR;sd bPNk ekrk&firk }kjk iwjh dh tkrh gSA

III. ifjokj] fo|ky; ,oa fe=ksa ds chp loZ= vkReh; okrkoj.k fo|eku jgrk gSA

IV. fdlh izdkj ds vuq”kklu dh vis{kk ugha gksrhA

(iii) fo|kFkhZ thou dk vkilh yM+kbZ&>xM+k tYnh lekIr gks tkus dk dkj.k gS %&

I. eu dk ljy] fu’diV Hkkouk

II. cpiu ls gh vuq”kklu fl[kk;k tkrk gSA

III. vdsys jg tkus dk vkrad

IV. v/;kid }kjk nf.Mr fd;s tkus dk Hk;

(iv) euq’; lnSo fo|kFkhZ gS D;ksafd %&

I. og cM+h ls cM+h fMxzh gkfly djuk pkgrk gSA

II. mldk vgadkj “kkar gksrk gSA

III. og Å¡ps ls Å¡ps in ij igq¡puk pkgrk gSA

IV. og lnSo dqN u;k lh[kus dh bPNk j[krk gSA

(v) ^vcks/k* “kCn dk vfHkizk; gS %&

I. eksgd

II. ljy

III. mRlkfgr

IV. izlUu

9- uhps fn, x, x|ka”k esa ls dqN “kCn fudky fn, x, gSaA ;s “kCn izR;sd fjDr LFkku ds fy, fn, x,

fodYiksa esa “kkfey gSaA x|ka”k dks if<+, vkSj fn, x, fodYiksa esa ls mfpr fodYi pqfu,A

;fn fopkj lkexzh fuca/k dh vkRek gS rks Hkk’kk&”kSyh fuca/k dk “kjhj gSA ,d vPNs fuca/k esa ¼1½

&&&&& Li’V rFkk lqcks/k Hkk’kk ¼2½ &&&&& djuk pkfg,A ,d ¼3½ &&&&& fuca/k dh Hkk’kk dk

lcls cM+k xq.k ;gh gS fd og bruh ¼4½ &&&&& gks fd ikBd dk eu ¼5½ &&&&& gh viuh vksj

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vkdf’kZr dj ysA Hkk’kk dks l”kDr cukus ds fy, ;FkkLFkku eqgkojksa vkSj yksdksfDr;ksa dk iz;ksx fd;k

tk ldrk gSA

¼1½ ¼d½ fDYk’V ¼[k½ d`f=e ¼x½ “kq) ¼?k½ vifjekftZr

¼2½ ¼d½ vk;ksx ¼[k½ iz;ksx ¼x½ mi;ksx ¼?k½ ;ksx

¼3½ ¼d½ Js’B ¼[k½ ofj’B ¼x½ xfj’V ¼?k½ fof”k’V

¼4½ ¼d½ v”kDr ¼[k½ l”kDr ¼x½ fud`’V ¼?k½ vklDr

¼5½ ¼d½ lk;kl ¼[k½ vH;kl ¼x½ vuk;kl ¼?k½ foiz;kl

10- uhsps fn, i|ka”k dks i<+dj var esa fn, x, iz”uksa ds fodYiksa esa ls lgh fodYi pqfu, %&

iqtkjh ! Hktu] iwtu] lk/kuk] vkjk/kuk

bu lcdks fdukjs j[k nsaA

}kj can djds nsoky; ds dksus esa D;ksa cSBk gS\

vius eu ds va/kdkj esa fNik cSBk rw dkSu&lh iwtk esa eXu gS\

vk¡[k [kksydj tjk ns[k rks lgh

rsjk nsork nsoky; esa ugha gSA

tgk¡ etnwj iRFkj rksM+dj jkLrk rS;kj dj jgs gSa]

rsjk nsork ogha pyk x;k gSA

os /kwi] cjlkr esa ,d leku rirs&>qylrs gSaA

muds nkuksa gkFk feV~Vh ls lus gSaA

mudh rjg lqanj ifj/kku R;kx dj] feV~Vh Hkjs jkLrksa ls tk

rsjk nsork nsoky; esa ughaA

(i) mi;qZDr i|ka”k dk mfpr “kh’kZd crkb, %&

I. nsoky;

II. nsork

III. etnwj

IV. iqtkjh] Hktu] iwtu] lk/kuk

(ii) nksuksa gkFk feV~Vh esa fdlds lus gSa\

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I. ys[kd ds

II. iqtkjh ds

III. etnwj ds

IV. rhuksa lgh

(iii) nsoky; ds lgh laf/k foPNsn dks pqfu, %&

I. nso $ vky;

II. nsok $ vky;

III. nsok $ y;

IV. nso $ vy;

(iv) iqtkjh dgk¡ cSBk gS\

I. eu esa

II. nsoky; ds dksus esa

III. etnwjksa ds ikl

IV. nsork ds ikl

(v) ^rsjk nsork ogha pyk x;k gS*A nsork dgk¡ pyk x;k gS\

I. eafnj esa

II. iqtkjh ds ikl

III. iRFkj rksM+rs etnwjksa ds ikl

IV. buesa ls dksbZ ugha

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हहदी भाषा – III परkसगिक आधारित बहविकलपh; परशन

उतति कजी :-

1. (d)(I)

([k)(II)

(x)(I)

(?k)(III)

(M)(I)

2.

(d)(I)

([k)(I)

(x)(II)

(?k)(I)

(M)(IV)

3.

(d)(II)

([k)(I)

(x)(III)

(?k)(IV)

(M)(II)

4.

(d)(IV)

([k)(III)

(x)(I)

(?k)(II)

(M)(II)

5.

(d)(I)

([k)(II)

(x)(II)

(?k)(IV)

(M)(II)

6.

(d)(III)

([k)(III)

(x)(IV)

(?k)(I)

(M)(I)

7.

(d)(IV)

([k)(I)

(x)(II)

(?k)(I)

(M)(II)

8.

(d)(IV)

([k)(III)

(x)(I)

(?k)(IV)

(M)(II)

9.

(d)(III)

([k)(II)

(x)(I)

(?k)(II)

(M)(III)

10.

(d)(III)

([k)(III)

(x)(I)

(?k)(II)

(M)(III)