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Fully Solved JKSSB GRaduate Level Question Paper (14th Nov, Batch-1)

Section 1 - General English


1) What does the idiom 'gain ground' mean?


A) to give excuses
B) to get a shelter
C) to get a piece of land
D) to succeed slowly

2) Identify the antonym of the given word: "BARREN"

A) desert
B) arid
C) fertile
D) empty

3) Fill in the blanks with the correct word pair:

I saw a ___________ snake lying under a box full of ___________ for the office use.

A) stationary, stationery
B) stationery, stationery
C) stationary, stationary
D) stationery, stationary

4) Fill in the blanks with the correct option:

The man complained _______ headache but nobody listened to him.

A) of
B) from
C) for
D) to

5) Choose the most appropriate sentence for the given sentence in Indirect or Direct speech:
They said that we can not live without oxygen.

A) They said, "That we can not live without oxygen".
B) They said, "We can not live without oxygen".
C) They said, "We could not live without oxygen".
D) They said, "They can not live without oxygen".

6) Choose the most appropriate sentence for the given sentence in the Indirect or Direct speech.

Ali said to me, "I am going home".

A) Ali told to me that he is going home.
B) Ali told me that I will going home.
C) Ali told me that he was going home.
D) Ali told me that I am going home.

7) Fill in the blanks with the correct pronouns:

The mayor wrote a letter to Seema and _______ in which he asked us if we could settle the matter between __________.

A)me, us
B)I, us
C)me, we
D)myself, ourselves

8) Identify the clause of the underlined part of the sentence.

The house across the road, which belongs to Max, is up for rent.

A) noun clause
B) adverb clause
C) adjective clause
D) verb clause

9) Fill in the blanks with the correct Modal Verb:

Tina watched the movie in Marathi so, ________ understand very much of it.

A) can't
B) wouldn’t
C) shouldn’t
D) couldn’t


10) Fill in the blanks with the correct option:

_______ President of Sri Lanka will be on a visit to India very soon.

A) The
B) A
C) No article
D) An

11) Fill in the blanks with the correct option:

For protection from rain, one ________ carry an umbrella during the rainy season.

A) would
B) should
C) could
D) will

12) Fill in the blanks with the correct option:

He has promised to meet me at the restaurant in __________ hour.

A) an
B) no article
C) the
D) a

13) Pick out the noun phrase in the following sentence:

A bunch of keys lay on the floor.

A) lay
B) lay on the floor
C) A bunch of keys
D) A bunch


14) Fill in the blanks with the correct homophones:

He asked me to keep the things ________ but I could not ________ him properly.

A) hear, hear
B) here, hear
C) here, here
D) hear, here

15) Identify the Synonym of the word given:
ALERT

A) lethargic
B) energetic
C) watchful
D) inattentive

16) Fill in the blanks with the correct option:

The village head brought _______ a reconciliation between the two enemies.

A) among
B) in
C) about
D) through

17) Fill in the blanks and complete the phrase:

They want to win this match_____________.

A) to cost an arm and leg
B) the best of both worlds
C) by hook or by crook
D) once in a blue moon

18) Fill in the blanks with the correct word:

I would __________________ all parents to spend quality time with their kids.

A) advise
B) advice
C) advising
D) adviced

19) Identify the Antonym of the given word:

MITIGATE

A) intensify
B) compose
C) calm
D) abate

20) Fill in the blanks with the correct Pronouns:

My neighbour lived alone, with _____ to look after ________.

A) everyone / he
B) someone / him
C) no one / him
D) anyone / himself

21) Pick out the main clause in the following sentence:

Even though the fish was covered in exotic spices, Zac refused to eat it.

A) Even though the fish was covered
B) Even though the fish was covered in exotic spices,
C) covered in exotic spices
D)Zac refused to eat it

22) Find the correct sentence for the gven jumbled words:

poured/ he/ tea / a/into/ some/ cup

A) He poured into cup some tea a.
B) He tea poured some into a cup.
C) Poured he some tea into a cup.
D) He poured some tea into a cup.


Section 2 - GK and Current Affairs


23) The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2016 "for the design and synthesis of molecular machines" was awarded jointly to

A) Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Sir J. Fraser Stoddart and Bernard L. Feringa
B) David J. Thouless, F. Duncan, M. Haldane and J. Michael Kosterlitz
C) F. Duncan, M. Haldane and David J. Thouless
D) F. Duncan, Sir J. Fraser Stoddart and Bernard L. Feringa

24) According to Article 27 of the UN Charter, Decisions of the Security Council on all other matters shall be made by an affirmative vote of how many members including the concurring votes of the permanent members?

A) 7
B) 11
C) 9
D) 5

25) Dugongs are enormous vegetarians that can be found in warm coastal waters from East Africa to Australia, including the 

Red Sea, Indian Ocean, and the Pacific Ocean. They are also known as

A) Sea Horse
B) Sea Cow
C) Water Buffalo
D) Flying Fish

26) Which lake is called the only Floating lake in the world due to the large amount of floating phumdis on its surface?

A) Dal Lake
B) Wular Lake
C) Upper Lake
D) Loktak Lake

27) In which year the British government in India changed its capital city from Calcutta to Delhi?

A) 1921
B) 1911
C) 1931
D)  1900

28) Selection Committee for Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award and Arjuna Awards, 2017 was headed by

A) Pullela Gopichand
B) K. G. Balakrishnan
C) Bhupender Singh
D)C. K. Thakkar

29) What acts as a contact between the buttons and the printed circuit board in a television remote?

A)Pulses
B)Black conductive disk
C) Infrared LED
D)Magnetic field

30) Emma Stone won the award for "Actress in a Leading Role" at Oscars 2017 for

A) Moonlight
B) La La Land
C) Manchester by the Sea
D)Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

31) Shri Ram Nath Kovind was elected as the President of India in July 2017. He is the

A) 14th President of India
B) 13th President of India
C) 15th President of India
D) 12th President of India


32) Leander Paes won Bronze Medal in Men Single's-Tennis at

A) Barcelona Summer Olympics, 1992
B) Sydney Summer Olympics, 2000
C) Athens Summer Olympics, 2004
D) Atlanta Summer Olympics, 1996

33) As of August 2017, the Chairperson of Central Board of Film Certification is

A) Prasoon Joshi
B) Pahlaj Nihalani
C) Leela Samson
D) Gautami Tadimalla

34) Rast Goftar (Truth Teller) was a Gujarati weekly started by

A) Mahatma Gandhi
B) Dadabhai Naoroji
C) Dhirubhai Ambani
D) Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel

35) Which of the following is NOT one of the eight member states of SAARC?

A) Afghanistan
B) Cambodia
C) Maldives
D) Bhutan

36) Apart from a medal and a citation, Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Awardee, 2017 receives a cash prize of

A) Rs. 2.5 lakhs
B) Rs. 7.5 lakhs
C) Rs. 10 lakhs
D) Rs. 5 lakhs

37) Which of the following is a major kharif crop in India?

A) Barley
B) Mustard
C) Wheat
D) Maize

38) Who among the following won the gold medal in men’s javelin throw F46 at the Rio Paralympics and is the only Indian to have clinched two gold medals in Paralympics?

A) Mariyappan Thangavelu
B) Farman Basha
C) Heera Nand Kataria
D) Devendra Jhajharia

39) Edwin J.F.D'souza won the Akademi Award in 2016 for his novel, 'Kale Bhangar'. In which language is the novel written?

A) Konkani
B) Maithili
C) Gujarati
D) Santhali

40) The Association of Southeast Asian Nations, or ASEAN, was established in Bangkok, Thailand on

A) 08 August 1969
B) 08 August 1967
C) 08 August 1971
D) 08 August 1973

41) The ASEAN Community Councils comprise Council of all the three pillars of ASEAN, namely the ASEAN Political-Security Community Council, ASEAN Economic Community Council and

A) ASEAN Socio-Political Community Council
B) ASEAN Socio-Economic Community Council
C) ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community Council
D) ASEAN Economic Cultural Community Council

42) In comparison to USD, which currently has the lowest value?

A) Iranian Rial
B) Zambian Kwacha
C) Lao Kip
D) Vietnamese Dong

43) "The Sellout"- winner of The Man Booker Prize 2016 is written by

A) Olivia Williams
B) Paul Beatty
C) Amanda Foreman
D) Abdulrazak Gurnah

44) The winner of the US Open 2017 in Women's Single's category is

A) Sloane Stephens
B) Venus Williams
C) Madison Keys
D) Elena Vesnina

45) "The Insider", is a novel set against the contemporary political situation in India by

A) V. V. Giri
B) Indira Gandhi
C) P. V. Narasimha Rao
D) A. P. J. Abdul Kalam

46) The Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award 2016 for shooting was awarded to

A) Gurpreet Singh
B) Jitu Rai
C) Nagapuri Ramesh
D) Apurvi Chandela

47) The predominant and official language of Iran is

A) Persian
B) Urdu
C) Irish
D) Arabic

48) The South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) was established with the signing of the SAARC Charter in Dhaka on

A) 08 December 1986
B) 08 December 1985
C) 08 December 1996
D) 08 December 1995

50) The important historical events, Gandhi-Irwin Pact, Second Round Table Conference and death of Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev, all took place in the year

A) 1911
B) 1921
C) 1931
D) 1941

51) The Kanwar Taal or Kabar Taal Lake is Asia’s largest freshwater oxbow lake located at

A) Begusarai, Bihar
B) Bhandara, Maharashtra
C) Barwani, Madhya Pradesh
D) Bhilai, Chhattisgarh

52) White Water Rafting, one of the world's most captivating adventure activities on River Kundalika is in which of the following states of India?

A) Maharashtra
B) Himachal Pradesh
C) Assam
D) Uttar Pradesh


Section 3 - GK about J and K

53) Which of the following rivers of Jammu and Kashmir has its source in Verinag spring in Anantnag district?

A) Jhelum
B) Kishan Ganga
C) Tawi
D) Indus

54) According to JKSPDCL, 2016, the estimated hydropower potential of Jammu and Kashmir is 20,000 Megawatts (MW), of which about 16475 MW have been

A) Ravi Basin
B) Chenab Basin
C) Jhelum Basin
D) Indus Basin

55) Which amendment of the Constitution of Jammu and Kashmir replaced "Sadar-i-Riyasat" by Governor?

A) Twentieth Amendment Act, 1987
B) Twelfth Amendment Act, 1975
C) Sixth Amendment Act, 1965
D) Twenty-ninth Amendment Act, 2002

56) Which of the following is TRUE with respect to the Jammu and Kashmir RTI Act 2009?

A) Section 20 - Ground for rejection
B) Section 7 - Power of government to make rules
C) Section 23 - Government to prepare programme
D) Section 20 - Protection of action taken in good faith

57) Who among the following was the Prime Minister of Jammu and Kashmir during the reign of Maharaja Hari Singh, and later became the third Chief Justice of Supreme Court of India?

A) Balraj Puri
B) Patanjali Sastri
C) Mehr Chand Mahajan
D) Prem Nath Dogra

58) Which of the following is one of the most scenic golf course in a natural environment created against the dramatic backdrop of Zabarvan Mountains at Chashma Shahi, overlooking the famous Dal Lake?

A) Prestige Golfshire Club
B) Willingdon Sports Club
C) Golden Swan Golf Academy
D) Royal Springs Golf Course

59) The Directive Principles of State Policy in the Constitution of the State of Jammu and Kashmir does NOT mention which of the following in Right of Women?

A) The right to equal pay for equal work
B) The right to property to married women being divorced
C) The right to maternity benefits
D) The right to full equality in all social, educational, political and legal matters

60) Which of the following is an INCORRECT statement with reference to the Constitution of Jammu and Kashmir?

A) The Directive Principles of State policy is given in Part IV of the State Constitution
B) It has 158 sections divided into 12 parts
C) It has seven schedules attached to it
D) The constitution is divided into 10 parts

61) Hiuen-Tsang, the eminent Chinese traveller visited Kashmir during the rule of which dynasty?

A) Karakota
B) Gonanda
C) Aditya
D) Utpala


62) Which of the following statement is INCORRECT with respect to the Pakal Dul (Drangdhuran) Hydroelectric Project?

A) Its proposed location is Kishtwar district of Jammu and Kashmir
B) It has an estimated capacity of 2000 MW
C) It envisages a 167-metre high concrete face rockfill dam
D) It is proposed to be constructed on the Marusudar river

63) The Indus Water Treaty was signed at Karachi by Field Marshal Mohammad Ayub Khan, the then President of Pakistan, Shri Jawaharlal Nehru, the then Indian Prime Minister on

A) 19 September 1960
B) 01 March 1960
C) 15 September 1960
D) 29 September 1960

64) Which of the following is a variety of rice grown in Jammu and Kashmir?

A) Starkrimson
B) Gold Spur
C) MM III
D) K 332

65) The Indian freelance photographer who won the 2016 Wisden–MCC Cricket Photograph of the Year competition is

A) Saqib Majeed
B) Anand Sharma
C) Suleiman Khan
D) Arshad Hussain

66) Which of the following is INCORRECT with reference to Chenani-Nashri Tunnel?

A) The tunnel is 7 kilometres long
B) It is a bi-directional tunnel
C) The Chenani-Nashri tunnel, was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi
D) It is India’s first tunnel equipped with world class Integrated Traffic Control System (ITCS)

67) The Bag-e-Bahu fort remains to be the oldest and the most iconic of all monumental marvels in Jammu, and was built by

A) Raja Bahulochan
B) Dara Shikoh
C) Sampuran Singh
D) Mian Hathu

68) The waters of river Ravi along with which of the following five rivers keeps India and Pakistan under the Indus Water Treaty?

A) Beas, Sutlej, Chenab, Jhelum and Indus
B) Beas, Sutlej, Krishna Sagar, Jhelum and Indus
C) Beas, Sutlej, Chenab, Tawi and Indus
D) Beas, Sutlej, Chenab, Jhelum and Tawi

69) Which of the following is INCORRECT with respect to Jammu and Kashmir RTI Act 2009?

A) Section 15 deals with Powers and Functions of the Information Commission
B) Section 14 provides for the Removal of State Chief Information Commissioner
C) Section 8 provides for Exemption from Disclosure of Information
D) Public Information Officer in any case must reply to RTI application within 35 days

70) Which of the following is paired INCORRECTLY?

A) Dodhpather - Valley of Milk
B) Sonmarg - Meadow of Gold
C) Purmandal - Chhota Kashi
D) Kupwara - Meadow of Flowers

71) Which section of the State Constitution of Jammu and Kashmir gives the State Legislature the right to define permanent residents?

A) Section 26
B) Section 6
C) Section 12
D) Section 3

72) Rajatarangini, (“River of Kings”) historical chronicle of early India, was written in Sanskrit verse by

A) Soch Kraal
B) Amin Kamal
C) Kalhana
D) Vyasa

73) Ranjit Sagar Dam is built across which of the following rivers?

A) Jhelum
B) Ravi
C) Ganga
D) Chenab

74) Which of the following is an INCORRECT statement with respect to the Bag-e-Bahu Fort?

A) It was built by Raja Bahulochan
B) It is believed to be approximately 3000 years old
C) It was revamped by the Kings of the Dogra Dynasty
D) It is beside the Jhelum River

75) Under the leadership of Late Sheikh Mohd Abdullah, J&K Muslim Conference converted into "All J&K National Conference" in the year

A) 1942
B) 1945
C) 1931
D) 1939

76) Khardung La, believed to be one of the highest motorable roads in the world is best known as the gateway to

A) Ketti Valley
B) Chopta Valley
C) Nubra Valley
D) Habban Valley



Section 4 - General Science



77) Rayleigh waves are a type of surface wave that travel near the surface of solids. These waves include

A) transverse waves only
B) both longitudinal and transverse waves
C) longitudinal waves only
D) electromagnetic waves

78) Ozone molecules absorb UV light between 310 and 200 nm, following which ozone splits into a molecule of

A) O2 and oxygen atom
B) atomic oxygen
C) tetraoxygen
D) solid oxygen and O4

79) Which of the following statements is INCORRECT regarding an ecosystem?

A) Energy flow in an ecosystem is unidirectional
B) Mineral flow in an ecosystem is non-cyclic
C) Cyclic flow of nutrients from living organisms to non-living environment is achieved by the activity of decomposers
D) The trophic structure of an ecosystem can be depicted graphically through ecological pyramids

80) Water gets conducted from soil to roots of the plants when

A) concentration of dissolved solutes in soil is higher than that in root hair cytoplasm
B) water potential of soil is higher than that in root hair cytoplasm
C) water potential of soil is less than that in root hair cytoplasm
D) concentration of dissolved solutes is equal in soil and root hair cytoplasm

81) Liquids are used in car brake systems because they are

A) incompressible and can flow easily
B) compressible but cannot flow
C) incompressible and cannot diffuse into another liquid
D) compressible and can flow easily

82) Which of the following components of a galvanic cell is negatively charged?

A) Anode only
B) Cathode only
C) Anode and Cathode
D) Salt bridge

83) Global Warming Potential (GWP) is the relative radiative effect of equal emissions of each greenhouse gas, taking into consideration the length of time they remain in the atmosphere. With which is GWP related?

A) Carbon dioxide
B) Nitrous oxide
C) Methane
D) Carbon monoxide

84) Which of the following activities depicts the in-stream use of water?

A) Hydroelectric power generation
B) Industrial cooling
C) Irrigation
D) Public water supply

85) The power of wind over an area in Wind Energy Conversion Systems (WECS) is a function of

A) wind speed, density of moving air and area of moving air
B) wind speed and swept area
C) density of moving air and swept area
D) wind speed and density of moving air

86) "itai- itai" is a disease characterized by multiple fractures and deformities of the spine and the long bones. It is one of the most extreme forms of disease related to

A) Nickel
B) Cadmium
C) Mercury
D) Lead

87) Which of the following diseases is caused due to deficiency of Vitamin B1?

A) Rickets
B) Scurvy
C) Beriberi
D) Rheumatoid arthritis

88) The Ganga action plan was launched by Shri Rajiv Gandhi, the then Prime Minister of India on 14 January 1986, with the main objective of pollution abatement. Which of the following was NOT one of its objectives?

A) Resource recovery options like production of methane for energy generation
B) Rehabilitation of Payara fish for pollution abatement of river
C) Control of non-point pollution from agricultural runoff, human defecation
D) Research and Development to conserve the biotic, diversity of the river to augment its productivity

89) Pellagra is a disease caused due to the deficiency of Vitamin

A) B2 Riboflavin
B) B12 Cobalamin
C) B3 Niacin
D) B1 Thiamine

90) Atoms have sizes in the order of 1-5 Å. The value of 1 Å is equal to

A) 10-9 m
B) 10-10 m
C) 10-15 m
D) 10-12 m

91) Which of the following is NOT one of the steps of cellular respiration?

A) Photophosphorylation
B) Citric Acid Cycle
C) Glycolysis
D) Oxidative Phosphorylation

92) Which gas was responsible for the Bhopal Gas Tragedy that took place on December 2, 1984?

A) Methylamine
B) Methyl isocyanate
C) Carbon monoxide
D) Phosgene

93) Which of the following is CORRECT about the properties of crystalline and amorphous solids?

A) Crystalline solids do not have sharp melting point while amorphous solids have sharp melting point
B) Crystalline solids do not have definite heat of fusion while amorphous solids have high and fixed heat of fusion
C) Crystalline solids are irregular while amorphous are regular in geometry
D) Crystalline solids are anisotropic while amorphous are isotropic in nature

94) The Dobson Unit (DU) is used for measuring ozone concentration in the atmosphere. One DU represents the number of molecules of ozone that would be required to create

A) 10 mm thick layer of pure ozone at a temperature of 0 °C and a pressure of 1 atmosphere
B) 0.1 mm thick layer of pure ozone at a temperature of 0 °C and a pressure of 1 atmosphere
C) 0.01 mm thick layer of pure ozone at a temperature of 0 °C and a pressure of 1 atmosphere
D) 1 mm thick layer of pure ozone at a temperature of 0 °C and a pressure of 1 atmosphere

95) Which of the following is an example of Non-Ohmic conductor?

A) Silver
B) Copper
C) Liquid electrolyte
D) Manganin

96) The walls of the alimentary canal from the oesophagus to rectum consists of four layers namely serosa, muscularis, sub-mucosa and mucosa. The layer that forms villi is

A) serosa
B) sub-mucosa
C) mucosa
D) muscularis

97) A positron is a particle of matter with the same mass as an electron but an opposite charge. It was discovered by

A) Carl David Anderson
B) Segre and Weigand
C) ukawa and Kemmer
D) Enrico Fermi

98) Solar photovoltaics that converts sunlight into electricity are made up of cells of:

A) Strontium
B) Palladium
C) Platinum
D) Silicon

99) A helicopter uses thrust to push the air under the propeller down, and therefore lift off the ground. Which law of Newton explains this observation?

A) Third law
B) First law
C) Universal Gravitational law
D) Second law



Section 5 - Mental ability

100) The tourism minister announced several concessions on tour packages for American visitors. 

Conclusions

I. More number of American tourists will visit India. 
II. Now, the government is focusing on the area of tourism.

A) Only conclusion I follows
B) Only conclusion II follows
C)  Both I and II follow
D) Neither I nor II follows

101) In a certain language STUDENT is written as TNEDUTT. How is GRADUATE written in that code?

A) ETAUDAGR
B)  ETAUDAHR
C) ETAUDARG
D) ETAUDARH

102) Statement: The Central Government of India has announced free education for OBC students in government schools. 

Conclusions
I. More OBC students will take admission in government schools 
II. Students will not study in schools

A) Both I and II follow
B) Only conclusion I follows
C) Neither I nor II follows
D) Only conclusion II follows

103) A is the daughter of D. D is the wife of C’s only son B. How is C related to A?

A) Grandfather
B)Son
C) Cannot be determined
D) Grandmother

104) Find the missing term in the series. 10/13, 10/15, 10/17, ?, 10/21

A) 10/23
B) 10/19
C) 10/20
D) 10/18

105) A 140 metre long metro train is running at the speed of 54 km/hr. It will cross a metro station platform 160 metre long in

A) 10 seconds
B) 15 seconds
C) 20 seconds
D) 5 seconds

106) Muskan is 13th from the right end in a row of 50 girls. What is her position from the left end ?

A) 12
B) 37
C) 38
D) 24

107) Read the following information carefully and answer the question given below: (i) H + P means H is the father of P (ii) H – P means H is the mother of P (iii) H @ P means H is the son of P (iv) H # P means H is the sister of P How R is related to T in the given expression, R # S – U @ W + T?

A) Paternal Aunt
B) Sister
C) Maternal Aunt
D) Mother

108) Mr. Rajan’s father’s mother in law’s only daughter’s daughter is Seema. How is Rajan related to Seema?

A) Brother
B) Sister
C) Father
D) Cousin

109) This question consists of three statements. Based on the first two statements, the third statement may be TRUE, FALSE, UNCERTAIN or IRRELEVANT. Sohan walks faster than Rahul. Maria walks faster than Sohan. Rahul walks faster than Maria. If the first two statements are TRUE, then the third statement is

A) TRUE
B) IRRELEVANT
C) UNCERTAIN
D) FALSE

110) A car covers a 300 metre long bridge in 10 minutes. What is the speed of car in km/hr?

A) 2.8
B) 1.8
C) 0.8
D) 18

111) Find the next term of the series. 3, 7, 11, 15, 19,……

A) 25
B) 21
C) 29
D) 23

112) Find the missing term in the series. L, N, Q, U, ?, F.

A) C
B) Z
C) B
D) X

113) Three of the following are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which of the following is the one that does NOT belong to the group?

A) 169
B) 121
C) 625
D) 343

114) In a certain language ‘girl boy kid ‘ means ‘Ha Pa Ta’, ‘boy uncle child’ means ‘ Ta Su Ki’ and ‘girl woman kid’ means ‘ Ra Ha Pa’. Which word in that language means ‘boy’?

A) Ra
B) Ha
C) Pa
D) Ta

115) Seema started walking towards South, then took a right turn after walking 4 metres. She then took a left turn after walking 12 metres. In which direction is she facing now?

A) South
B) West
C) East
D) North

116) If COAT is coded as 4 and SHIRT is coded as 5, then what will be the code for ACCESSORIES?

A) 6
B) 10
C) 8
D) 11

117) Find the missing term in the series. 512, 1000, 1728, ? , 4096

A) 729
B) 2744
C) 2197
D) 1331

118) A wall clock shows 9:30 P.M. If the hour hand points to North-East direction, in what direction will the minute hand point?

A) South
B) South-East
C) North-West
D) West

119) A is the wife of B. C and D are children of B. C is the only daughter of A. How is D related to A?

A) Daughter
B) Sister
C) Son
D) Brother

120) A is shorter than B but taller than C. E is taller than C but NOT shorter than D. H is shorter than D. Who is the shortest among them?

A) H
B) Cannot be determined
C) E
D) B

121) Find the missing term in the series. 3125, 635, ? , 37.4, 17.48, 13.496.

A)  14.38
B) 137
C) 145
D) 29.34

122) A group of boys went to a shopping mall and spent Rs. 960 on playing games. If all of them played games and four of them did NOT spend any money, the remaining ones had to pay Rs. 40 each extra. Find the number of boys who played games?

A) 12
B) 16
C) 10
D) 4

123) A truck covers a distance for 5 hours; the first half at 20 km/hr. and second half at 60km/hr. Find the distance.

A) 250 km
B) 120 km
C) 150 km
D) 220 km

124) Harry ranks 16th in a class of 48 students from the top. What is his rank from the last?

A) 27
B) 20
C) 15
D) 33


Section 6 - Computer Application


125) What are common services provided by an operating system ? i) Program execution ii) I/O operations iii) File System manipulation iv) Communication v) Error Detection

A) i, ii, iii, iv, v
B) Only i and v
C) Only i, ii and v
D) Only ii, iii and iv

126) In MS Excel 2007, which key combination is used to Close a spreadsheet?

A) SHIFT+T
B) CTRL+W
C) CTRL+M
D) SHIFT+C

127) In a standard key board with 101 keys, how many keys are available in Numeric Keypad?

A) 21
B) 25
C) 15
D) 17

128) In MS Powerpoint 2007, which Key combination is used to Move the cursor to next placeholder (if on slide's last placeholder, this inserts a new slide)?

A) Alt + M
B) Ctrl + Shift + Tab
C) Ctrl + Enter
D) Ctrl + D

129) Which computer used for engineering applications (CAD/CAM), desktop publishing, software development, and other such types of applications requires a moderate amount of computing power?

A) Super Computer
B) PowerfulFrame
C) WorkStation
D) MainFrame

130) A very specific, low-level program for the hardware that allows it to accomplish some specific task is

A) Processing Unit
B) Compiler
C) Motherboard
D) Firmware

131) What are the components of CPU?

A) ALU, MU and CU
B) LKU, FC and KL
C) RLU, GD and RC
D) RCA, MB and HD

132) In MS Powerpoint 2007, which key combination is used to duplicate the current slide?

A) CTRL + Shift + R
B) CTRL + D
C) CTRL + Shift + M
D) Alt + K

133) What is WWWW full form?

A) World Wide Women's Web
B) World Wide Wildlife Web
C) World Wide Web Worm
D) World Wide Women's Week


134) Based on the implementation of threads, Operating System classifies the threads as

A) Mainframe and Motherboard Level
B) Kernel and User Level
C) Security and Memory Level
D) OS and CPU Level

135) What are the differences between Internet and Intranet?

A) Intranet is not as safe as Internet. Internet can be safely privatized as per the need.
B) Intranet is general to PCs all over the world whereas Internet is specific to few PCs.
C) Internet sites are accessible via the web browser in a similar way as websites in the intranet, however, only members of internet network can access intranet hosted sites.
D) Internet provides a wider and better access to websites to a large population, whereas Intranet is restricted.

136) Which of the following act as platform to connect all components of computers with each other

A) Display Card
B) RAM
C) Motherboard
D) Processor

137) Which is correct option from below mentioned points?

A) Software cannot be utilized without supporting hardware
B) Software development is not expensive and is a continuing expense
C) Hardware is a every-time expense
D) Hardware acts as an interface between the user and the software


138) What are major activities of an operating system with respect to resource management?

A) OS provides authentication features for each user by means of passwords.
B) OS ensures that external I/O devices are protected from invalid access attempts.
C) OS constantly checks for possible error and the OS takes an appropriate action to ensure correct and consistent computing.
D) OS manages all kinds of resources using schedulers & CPU scheduling algorithms are used for better utilization of CPU.

139) Select the set of Secondary storage devices.

A) Hard disk, CD, DVD, Pen Drive
B) CPU, Hard disk, CD, Pen Drive
C) Keyboard, Mouse, Pen Drive
D) CPU, Hard disk, CD, DVD

140) In a Two-State Process Model of the operating system, what are the two states?

A) Waiting and Blocking
B) Running and Not Running
C) Execute and Free
D) Stop and Pause

141) Identify transport layer and application layer protocol from the following in the same sequence.

A) IP and HTTP
B) UDP and TCP
C) TCP and FTP
D) HTTPS and FTP

142) An input device used to read any printed text is

A) CADE
B) MICR
C) OCR
D) JOYSTICK

143) What are features of application software?

A) Generic usability, Reliability and Supported environment
B) More interactive, Close to the user, Generally written in high-level language
C) Easy to carry, Installation is Complex
D) Low Level Language, Easy to install and highly compact

144) In MS Excel 2007, which key combination is used to display the font dialog box? 

A) Alt + Shift + Down arrow
B) Alt + Shift + Left arrow
C) Shift + F9
D) Ctrl + Shift + F

145) Identify different types of Schedulers in Operating System?

A) Close-Term Scheduler and Pause-Term Scheduler
B) Medium-Term Scheduler and Run-Term Scheduler
C) Long-Term Scheduler and Short-Term Scheduler
D) Middle-Term Scheduler and Top-Term Scheduler

146) In MS Excel 2007, which key combination is used to hide the selected columns?

A) Alt + Shift + Down arrow
B) CTRL + 0
C) Alt + Enter + K
D) CTRL + ALT + M

147) Identify Special Purpose Keys from the following:

A) Insert, Delete, Page Up, Page Down, Control(Ctrl), Alternate(Alt)
B) Escape, Shift, Sound, Colour, Running
C) Escape(Esc), Control(Ctrl), Alternate(Alt), Space tab
D) Enter, Shift, Caps Lock, Num Lock, Spacebar, Tab

148) "Email address of the recipients specified in this field do not appear in the received message header". In the above statement, field refers to

A) from
B) to
C) cc
D) bcc

149) Software can be classified as

A) CPU Software and Hardware with Software
B) System Software and Application Software
C) Assemblers and Compiler
D) Control Software and Interpreter

150) In MS Excel 2007, which key combination is used to focus the screen on the active cell ?

A) CTRL + ALT + M
B) CTRL + BACKSPACE
C) CTRL + DELETE + ESCAPE
D) CTRL + ENTER + A



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