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Topic: Drug Science

1) Bloom strength of the gelatin is normally:
1. 50 gm
2. 200-240 gm
3. 400 gm
4. 500 gm

2) The minimum age for qualification for entry into the first register is:
1. 20 years
2. 18 years
3. 21 years
4. 30 years

3) The major constituents in agar are:
1. Vitamins
2. Peptones
3. Carbohydrates
4. All of the above

4). Affinity Chromatography specialized form of:
1. Adsorption Chromatography
2. Partition Chromatography
3. Both of the above
4. Size Exclusion Chromatography

5) The smallest unit of genetic material that can undergo mutation is called:
1. Gene
2. Cistron
3. Replicon
4. Muton

6) The mean length of entire GIT is:
1. 9 m
2. 8 cm
3. 15 m
4. 50 m

7) Tick the drug which belongs to nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors:
1.Didanosine
2. Gancyclovir
3. Nevirapine
4. Vidarabine

8) Yeast extract is an excellent source of:
1. Vitamin B
2. Proteins
3. Both of the above
4.Vitamin C

9) EOQ stands for:
1. Economic order quantity
2. Equal order quantity
3. Essential order quantity
4. None of these

10) Cell eating means:
1. Uptake of fluid
2. Uptake of solid particulates
3. Both of the above
4. None of these

11) The pH of saliva is:
1. 7-9
2. 3.2
3. 9.8
4. 1.2

12) Half life (t1/2 ) doesn’t depend on:
1. Biotransformation
2. Time of drug absorption
3. Concentration of a drug in plasma
4. Rate of drug elimination

13) The molecular weight of most drug that passes across the membrane lie between:
1. 5001000 daltons
2. 1001000 daltons
3. 10002000 daltons
4. None of these

14) Second order pain is:
1. Occur earlier
2. Dull, burning pain
3. Non protective behavior
4. None of these

15) Pressed pellet technique for sample preparation in I.R involves the use of:
1. Calcium carbonate
2. Sodium bromide
3. Potassium bromide
4. None of these

16) The transit time of food from descending colon is:
1. 2 hours
2. 5 minutes
3. 6- 12 hours
4. 21 hours

17) The time interval between placing an order and receiving order is called:
1. Lead time
2. Mean time
3. Safety stock
4. Crucial time

18) The process of reacting oxygen with food and release of energy is called:
1. Oxidation of food
2. Absorption of food
3. Assimilation of food
4. None of these

19) Drug which is not an example of organized crude drug:
1. Digitalis
2. Cinchona
3. Aloe
4. Clove

20) LAL is known as:
1. Limulus Amoebocyte Lysate
2. Litmus ambiocyte lysate
3. Both of the above
4. None of these

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21) If the drug has a very small volume of distribution, it is likely that this drug:
1. Has a short biological life
2. Does not accumulate in various tissues and organs
3. More pharmacologically active
4. Will no be effective

22) The commonly used detector in UV Spectrophotometer is:
1. Thermocouple
2. Photomultiplier
3. Bolometer
4. Littrow prisms

23) Digitalis leaves should be dried at temperature below:
1. 20o C
2. 30o C
3. 40o C
4. 60o C

24) Disintegration test is not applicable on :
1. Tablet
2. Capsule
3. Solution
4. Pills

25) Tick the drug used for HIV infection treatment, a derivative of nucleosides:/
1. Acyclovir
2. Zidovudine
3. Gancyclovir
4. Trifluridine

26) The vehicle used in the progesterone injection BP is:
1. Fixed oil
2. Glycerine
3. Ethyl alcohol
4. All of the above

27) The drug which is an example of organized crude drug:
1. Digitalis
2. Cinchona
3. Clove
4. All of the above

28) One of the following has the structure similar to that of a diuretic agent
1. Minoxidil
2. Diazoxide
3. Guanethedine
4. Propranolol

29) Microorganisms usually make acetyl COA by oxidizing:/
1. Acetic acid
2. Pyruvic acid
3. α-ketoglutaric acid
4. Fumaric acid

30) Hospital formulary consist of:
1. List of hospital staff
2. List of equipments
3. List of doctor
4. None of these

31) Pick out the appropriate alimentary route of administration when passage of drugs through liver is minimized:
1. Oral
2. Transdermal
3. Rectal
4. Intraduodenal

32) A change in an environmental parameter that generates a response is called:
1. Olfactory
2. Touch
3. Stimulus
4. Labyrinth

33) Which of the following drug is a volatile substance that is administered by inhalation?
1. Thiopental
2. Halothane
3. Alprazolam
4. Buspirone

34) VED stands for:
1. Virtual, Essential and desirable
2. Vital, Essential and desirable
3. Both of the above
4. None of these

35) Disease which cannot be claimed to be cured under the schedule:
1. Schedule J
2. Schedule M
3. Schedule C
4. None of these

36) The enzymes which are commonly used in genetic engineering are:
1. Exonuclease
2. Ligase
3. Both of the above
4. None of these

37) Wave Number is a number of waves per:
1. Millimeter
2. Centimeter1
3. Inch
4. Meter

38) Which of the following is chief excretory organ?
1. Kidney
2. Liver
3. Heart
4. Lungs

39) Supplies lead time between 02 weeks, the safety factor will be:
1. 1.0
2. 2.0
3. 3.0
4. 4.0

40) A high ceiling diuretic having a furan ring system is:
1. Ethacrynic acid
2. Furosemide
3. Bumetanide
4. Acetazolamide

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41) Sulphur dioxide is used:
1. As colouring agent
2. To prevent bitterness
3. To prevent decomposition of gelatin shell
4. None of these

42) The levorotatory isomer of atropine is:
1. Hyoscine
2. Hyoscyamine
3. Tropine
4. Pseudotropine

43) Wursters process means:
1. Coacervation
2. Pan coating
3.  Air suspension/
4. Solvent evaporation

44) H in HEPA stands for :
1. High
2. Higher
3. Heavy
4. None of these

45) Metallic sutures are made up of:
1. Stainless steel
2. Silver
3. Both of the above
4. Magnesium

46) Which of the following salts will most likely yield an aqueous solution with a pH below
1. Sodium salicylate
2. Atropine sulphate
3. Potassium chloride
4. Potassium penicillin

47) According to Higuchi model, drug release from porous matrix is directely related to
1. Time
2. Square root of time
3. Square of time
4. Porosity

48) which one of these is not an antioxidant?
1.    Sodium bisulphite
2.    Sodium bromide
3.    Sodium metabisulphite
4.    Sodium sulphite

49) A mechanism that can cause a gene to move from one linkage group to another iS:
1. Translocation
2. Inversion
3. Crossing over
4. Duplication

50) PHC stands for:
1. Pharmacy Health Centre
2. Public Health Centre
3. Pharmaceutical Health Centre
4. Primary health centre

51) Stomatal index in Indian senna is in the range of:
1. 17 to 20
2. 20 to 23
3. 23 to 26
4. 26 to 29

52) Which of the following analgesics is a phenanthrene derivative?
1. Fentanyl
2. Morphine
3. Methadone
4. Pentazocine

53) Narcotics analgesics should:
1. Relieve severe pain
2. Increase in pain
3. Increase anxiety
4. None of these

54) In HPLC valve that controls the solvent and back flow is:
1. Rotary valve
2. Check valve
3. Both of the above
4. None of these

55) The stationary liquid phase used for non polar solutes in GLC is:
1. Polyethylene glycol
2. Squalene
3. Benzene
4. Celite

56) A successful hybridoma can be produced by fusing of:
1. Plasma cells and plasmids
2. Plasma cells and myeloma cells
3. Myeloma cells and plasmids
4. Plasma cells and bacterial cells

57) Preparation for oral use does not contain:
1. Sorbitol
2. Glucose
3. Phenol
4. Glycerol

58) Millard reaction occurs between:
1. Hydrous lactose and amine
2. Anhydrous lactose and amide
3. Starch and amide
4. Anhydrous lactose and phenol

59) The protein moiety of an enzyme is known as:
1. Holo enzyme
2. Apo enzyme
3. Co enzyme
4. Enzyme

60) The weight uniformity limit for soft gelatin capsule upto 300 mg is:
1. 5%
2. 7.5%
3. 10%
4. 20%

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61) The polymorphic form III of riboflavin is times more soluble than the
form I:
1. 10 times
2. 20 times
3. 15 times
4. 18 times

62) Temperature in pasteurization is:
1. 72° C
2. 35.7° C
3. 56° C
4. 60.8°

63) Complete separation of tablet into two or more layers is called as:
1. Capping
2. Lamination
3. Picking
4. Mottling

64) The first and most widely used diluent in tablet formulation is:
1. Dextrose
2. Lactose
3. MCC
4. Starch

65) Which of the following contains in the blood?
1. Trypsin
2. Amylase
3. Haemoglobin
4. Lipase

66) Shellac is used for the purpose of coating tablets as:
1. Polishing agent
2. Film coating agent
3. Enteric coating agent
4. Sub-coating agent for sugar coating

67) Which of the following statements is true regarding the properties of benzyl penicillin?
1. Beta-lactum ring is not essential for activity
2.  It is a broad spectrum antibiotic
3. It has a bactericidal activity/
4. None of these

68) Functional unit of gene that specifies synthesis of one polypeptide is:
1. Codon
2. Cistron
3. Recon
4. Muton

69) Glycosides are condensation products of:
1. Sugar + aglycone
2. Sugar + Protein
3. Protein + aglycone
4. Fats + aglycone

70) Which of the following statement is true in the given structure of methicillin.

1. There is no electron withdrawing group on the side chain, and so it is acid
2. It can be taken orally
3. It is more active than penicillin G
4. It has a broader spectrum of activity compared to penicillin G

71)    The distance between each turn in the helical strand of DNA is:
1.    20 A0
2.    34 A0
3.    28 A0
4.    42 A0

72)    Which one of the following includes details of the standards for surgical dressing?
1.    Schedule Fii
2.    Schedule M
3.    Schedule G
4.    Schedule P

73)    The method of DNA replication proposed by Watson and Crick is:
1.    Semi conservative
2.    Conservative
3.    Dispersive
4.    Rolling loop

74)    Colour of nitrous oxide cylinder is:
1.    Blue
2.    Grey
3.    Black
4.    Orange

75)    in the Drugs and Cosmetics Act and Rules, the Schedule relating to GMP is:
1.    Schedule M
2.    Schedule C
3.    Schedule Y
4.    Schedule H

76)    Most commonly used opacifying agent in capsule is:
1.    Titanium dioxide
2.    HPMC
3.    Iron
4.    None of these

77)    Requirements and guidelines on clinical trials for import and manufacture of new drugs comes under:
1.    Schedule Y
2.    Schedule M
3.    Schedule C
4.    None of these

78)    Compressible lactose is different from lactose by lacks of:
1.    Disintegration
2.    Compressibility
3.    Porosity
4.    Viscosity

79)    Drug with the presence of plasmodesma:
1.    Nux vomica
2.    Rauwolfia
3.    Vinca rosea
4.    Physostigma

80)    Micronization of spironolactone decreased the dose:
1.    20 times
2.    10 times
3.    15 times
4.    18 times

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81)    Alkaloids are    type of substances:
1.    Acid
2.    Neutral
3.    Chemical
4.    Basic nitrogenous

82)    Absorbable sutures is:
1.    Fascialata/
2.    Nylon
3.    Dermal silk
4.    Silk

83)    Acetyl Choline is hydrolyzed by enzyme:
1.    Acetylase
2.    Cholinase
3.    Acetylcholinesterase
4.    Transferase

84)    One of the following solvent is hydrophobic:
1.    Glycerine
2.    Ethanol
3.    Dichloromethane
4.    Methanol

85)    Platting of punch is done byi
1.     Chromium
2.    Zinc
3.    Iron
4.    All of the above

86)     Vitamin B3 is called:
1.    Pantothenic acid
2.    Niacin
3.    Folic acid
4.    Ratinol 

87)    Which water soluble resins not used for microencapsulation?
1.    Polyamide
2.    Gum Arabic
3.    Starch
4.    Poly venyl alcohol

88)    Which one of the following is NOT an ex-officio member of Pharmacy Council of India?
1.    The Director General of Health Services
2.    The Director of Central Drugs Laboratory
3.    The Drugs Controller General of India
4.    The Director of Pharmacopoeia Laboratory

89)    Nitrites are oxidized to nitrates by a microorganism:
1.    Nitrosomonas
2.    Nitrosococcus
3.    Nitrobacter
4.    Azatobacter

90)    Select the non-narcotic drug, which is a paraaminophenol derivative:
1.    Analgin
2.    Aspirin
3.    Baclophen
4.    Paracetarnol 

91)    Amended Indian patent act 1970 is affected from:
1.    2005
2.    2006
3.    2007
4.    2008

92)    Which one of the following is used as a detector in IR?
l. Photomultiplier
2.    Gole Cell
3.    Both of the above
4.    None of these

93)    Amount of blood passes through the Kidneys per minute is:
1.    5 ml
2.    100 liter
3.    1.2 liter
4.    5 liter

94)    DTAB stands for:
1.    Drug technical advisory board
2.    Drug technical assisment board
3.    Dosage technical assisment board
4.    Dosage technical advisory board

95)    Primaquine an antimalarial drug is synthesized starting from:
1.    Phenol
2.    Anisole
3.    Hexamine
4.    Pentamine

96)    Self-replicating, small circular DNA molecules present in bacterial cell are known as:
1.    Plasmids
2.    Cosmids
3.    Plasmomeros
4.    Plastids

97)    in TLC, Fluorescent Indicator is:
1.    Zinc Silicate
2.    Zinc Stearate
3.    Zinc Sulphate
4.    None of these

98)    Which of the following opioid receptor types is responsible for euphoria and respiratory depression?
1.    Kappa-receptors
2.    Delta-receptors
3.    Mu-receptors
4.    All of the above

99)    OTC in the drug selling means:
1.    One time clinic
2.    Over the counter drug
3.    Inspecting drug
4.    Priscription drug

100)    Gene is a segment of:
1.    RNA
2.    DNA
3.    Both of the above
4.    None of these

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Topic: General Computer

1). The _________ is used by the user to give instructions to the computer.
1. Input Device
2. Output Device
3. Control Unit
4. Arithme

2) Which of the following is not a File System?
1. FAT
2. NTFS
3. UFS
4. LCD

3). In MS Word, how many margins are on a page?
1. Two (header and footer)
2. Four (top, bottom, right, left)
3. Two (landscape and Portrait)
4. Two (top and bottom)

4). What kind of Font would you use for displaying the 2 in 102?
1. Italic
2. Small
3. Superscript
4. Subscript

5) Which icon is used to check spelling?

6) What defines a transaction of buying or selling online?
1. Online transaction processing (OLTP)
2. Ecommerce
3. Commercial Networking
4. None of the above

7).

1. Enter
2. Shif
3. Tab
4. Backspace

8) ____________ is an input device.
1. Pendrive
2. Scanner
3. Printer
4. Plotter

9) Which of the following is not a programming language?
1. C
2. JavaScript
3. Visual Basic
4. HTML

10) In Excel, how many worksheets are present in a workbook by default?
1. 1
2. 2
3. 3
4. 4

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Topic: General English

1) Choose the option that best fills in the sentence: Mumbai is______but Kolkata is__________in area.
1. big, bigger
2. big, biggest
3. bigger, biggest
4. bigger, more bigger

2) Choose the option that is opposite in meaning to the word italicized in the following sentence:
The little girl looked absolutely beautiful in her new dress and shoes.
1. dirty
2. lovely
3. filthy
4. ugly

3) Choose the correct form of expression to complete the sentence:
This is the ______ of the bicycle, which was stolen.
1.    description
2.    account
3.    information
4.    profile

4)  Choose the appropriate preposition for the given sentence:
The dog may bite you if you try to take    the bone it is chewing.
1.    on
2.    away
3.    off
4.    over

5)    Choose the correct form of tense for the given sentence:
Maya_________of giving up her job.
1. is thinking

2. thinks
3. will have been thinking
4. has thought

6)    Choose the correct form of verb for the given sentence:
At the rally, the spokesman________that most people looked at the government’s economic policy to be a great success.
1.    measured
2.    contemplated
3.    claimed
4.    declared

7) Choose the appropriate prepositions for the given sentence:
Fire fighters were trying to lift the wreckage___the bus that had overturned______the main
highway.
1.  of, on
2.  at, in
3.  in, across
4.  under, in

8) Choose the correct form of verb that is in agreement with the subject: My friend and I______invited to the party.
1.    is being
2.    lias been
3.    have been
4.    was

9) Choose the correct form of tense for the given sentence: What_______about my plan?
1.    will you think
2.    are you thinking
3.    do you think
4.    should you think

10)  Complete the sentence choosing the right option:
Computer technology and the internet are_______the way educators have been___students.
1.    revolutionizing, inspiring
2.    contradicting, handling
3.    paving, teaching
4.    revolutionizing, facilitating

11)    Choose appropriate articles for the given sentence:
Lata had seen_____pair of beautiful diamond earrings _____other day.
1.    a, the
2.    the, an
3.    an, an
4.    the, the

12)    Choose the word that is opposite in meaning to the highlighted word given below: The repentant convict begged the victim's family to pardon him.
1.    excuse
2.    forgive
3.    acquit
4.    punish

13)  Choose the correct form of expression to complete the sentence: When I told her that she had failed in her test, she looked at me in total____
1.    amazement
2.    excitement
3.    bewilderment
4.    stupidity

14)    Choose the option that is closest in meaning to the highlighted word in the given sentence: American tractors even have adjustable steering wheels.
1.    modifiable
2.    pliable
3.    unaccommodating
4.    alternative

15)    Choose appropriate articles for the given sentence:
The effect of____event on a person is more harmful than___event itself.
1.    a, the
2.    an, the
3.    the, the
4.    an, an

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Topic: General Knowledge

India’s first Green Rail Corridor started in_________state.
1. Telangana
2. Tamil Nadu
3. Andlira Pradesh
4. Maliarashtra

2) Which sport does ‘Khelegi toh Khilegi’ program promote girls in?
1. Cricket
2. Hockey
3. Football
4. Tennis

3) Which of these countries will be hosting the 2017 ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup?
1. England
2. Australia
3. India
4. South Africa

4) Ghughua Fossil National Park is located in
1. Dindori
2. Siddlii
3. Sliivpuri
4. Bhopal

5) Which among the following is the largest railway station in Madhya Pradesh ?
1. Itarsi
2. Habibganj
3. Bhopal
4. Indore

6) Which planet has the longest day in our solar system?
1. Mercury
2. Saturn
3. Venus
4. Earth

7) Which of these actors has been chosen for the 4th National Yash Chopra Memorial Award in 2017?
1. Sliah Rukli Klian
2. Amitabh Bachclian
3. Aamir Khan
4. Manoj Bajpayee

8) Which of the following rivers of Madhya Pradesh is called the ‘Daughter of Sun God’?
1. Tapti
2. Chambal
3. Narmada
4. Sone

9) The cashless system for Public Distribution System of food grains was first introduced in which state?
1. Kerala
2. Madliya Pradesh
3. Gujarat
4. Assam

10) Who was the first woman Judge of the Supreme Court of India?
1. Justice M. Fathima Beevi
2. Justice R. Banumathi
3. Justice Ranjana Desai
4. Justice Gyan Sudha Misra

11) Laughing gas is also called as
1. Hydrogen dioxide
2. Sulphur dioxide
3. Hydrogen peroxide
4. Nitrous oxide

12) Which film won the Best Film Award at the 22nd Kolkata International Film Festival?
1. Lunchbox
2. Parched
3. Another Time
4. Visaranai

13) Which of these new fully unreserved trains was unveiled by the Union Railway Minister for the common man on February 22, 2017?
1. Hamsafar Express
2. Uday Express
3. Antyodaya Express
4. Gareeb KalyanExpress

14) Which state has hosted the 2017 South Asian Speaker’s summit?
1. Madliya Pradesh
2. Maliarashtra
3. Gujarat
4. Biliar

15) Who is known as the father of Geometry?
1. Aristotle
2. Euclid
3. Pytliagoras
4. Kepler

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Topic: General Science

1)

1. Sodium chloride + Water
2. Sodium hydrogen chloride + Sodium
3. Sodium chloride + Hydrogen
4. Sodium chloride + Oxygen

2) An image formed by a plane mirror could not be obtained on a screen. Such an image is called a/an________.
1. Real image
2. Inverted image
3. Virtual image
4. Perfect image

3) Mirrors are used by dentists to see an enlarged image of teeth. These mirrors are _______.
1. Concave
2. Convex
3. Plane
4. Spherical

4) Choose the INCORRECT statement: Excessive current in electrical circuits are due to________.
1. A) Direct touching of wires
2. B) Connecting many devices to one socket
3. C) Insulation of wires
4. D) Both A and B

5) What is the correct sequence of the passage of the food inside the human body?
1. Buccal cavity, oesophagus, stomach, large intestine, small intestine, rectum, anus
2. Buccal cavity, oesophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, rectum, anus
3. Oesophagus, buccal cavity, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, rectum, anus
4. Buccal cavity, oesophagus, small intestine, stomach, large intestine, rectum, anus

6) The synthesis of food in plants takes place in the_________.
1. Roots
2. Leaves
3. Stem
4. Fruit

7) Vermi‐processing toilet involves the use of________.
1. Aerobic bacteria
2. Earthworms
3. Chemicals
4. Anaerobic bacteria

8) A simple pendulum consists of a small metallic ball. This ball is called_____.
1. Gong
2. Bob
3. Fork
4. Rod

9) Identify the natural indicator.
1. Methyl orange
2. Phenolphthalein
3. Cliina rose
4. Methyl blue

10) When an iron nail is put in copper sulphate solution, the colour of the solution turns green. This is because.
1.Iron sulpliate is fonned
2.Copper is deposited
3.Impurities are present in iron
4.Iron is formed

11) If the pH of a soil sample is 4, which of the following substance can be added to help the growth of plants?
1.Calcimn chloride
2.Calcimn oxide
3.Urea
4.Organic matter

12)The finger like projections called villi, present in the small intestine, help in the process of_______.
1.Egestion
2.Digestion
3.Absorption
4.Assimilation

13) Pick the INCORRECT statement.
1. Warm air is lighter than cold air.
2. Air expands on heating.
3. Smoke always rises up.
4. When warm air rises up, pressure in that region increases.

14) The ISI mark on an electrical appliance ensures that the _______.
1. Appliance is safe
2. Appliance is new
3. Appliance is safe and wastage of energy is minimum
4. Wastage of energy is minimum

15) Plants are not kept in rooms meant for sleeping at night because________.
1. They prepare starch making use of water and CO2
2. They take in oxygen and give out CO2
3. They absorb all moisture present in the room
4. They give out oxygen during photosynthesis

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1) A can do a piece of work in 30 days. He works at it for 20 days but leaves the task incomplete. B takes over and completes it in 12 days. If A and B had worked together, how many days would it have taken them to complete the work?

2) If one litre of water is added to 4 litres of sugar solution containing 25% sugar, the percentage of sugar in the new solution will be:
1. 25%
2. 20%
3. 30%
4. 15%

3) A cloth merchant, on selling 27 metres of cloth, obtains a profit equal to the selling price of 9 metres of the same cloth. Find his profit percentage.
1. 60%
2. 50%
3. 40%
4. 30%

4) A bag contains fifty, twenty and ten‐rupee notes in the rate of 2:3:5. If the total amount in the bag is Rs. 4,200, how many 20‐rupee notes are there?
1. 200
2. 60
3. 40
4. 25

5) A cycle dealer sells a bicycle at a gain of 8%. Had he sold it for Rs. 75 less, he would have lost 2%. What is the cost price of the bicycle?
1. Rs. 850
2. Rs. 350
3. Rs. 750
4. Rs. 450

6) The price of a car is Rs. 4,50,000. It was insured against accident to 90% of its price. When the car was damaged completely in an accident, the insurance company paid 95% of the insurance. What was the difference between the price of the car, and the amount received?
1. Rs. 65,000
2. Rs. 65,500
3. Rs. 65,250
4. Rs. 66,000

7) What is the time taken by a train of length 200 m traveling at a speed of 60 m/s to cross a person traveling at a speed of 36 kmph in the same direction?
1. 4 sec
2. 5 sec
3. 10 sec
4. 11 sec

8) A bag contains 50 paise, 25 paise, and 10 paise coins in the ratio ofo 5: 9: 4 amounting to Rs. 206. Find the number of 25‐paise coins.
1. 400
2. 540
3. 420
4. 360

9)  In a row of boys, if A who is tenth from the left, and B who is ninth from the right, their positions, A becomes the fifteenth boy from the left. How many boys are there in the row?
1. 23
2. 27
3. 28
4. 31

10) A mother is 50 years old and her son is 22 years old. The mother will be twice as old as her son after _______ years.
1. 4
2. 5
3. 6
4. 8

11) If MASTER is coded LZRSDQ, then, how is TELEPHONE coded?
1. SDKDOGNMD
2. SDOHPELET
3. SDKDENOPH
4. PHONETELE

12) Which one of the following four addresses is NOT EXACTLY the same as the one given below?
Robert S Ingram 1998 Revocable 8 Shaftsbury Ln Hilton Head Island, SC 29926 (843) 3427094
(i) Robert S Ingram 1998 Revocable 8 Shaftsbury Ln Hilton Head Island, SC 29926 (843) 3427094
(ii) Robert S Ingram 1998 Revocable 8 Shaftsbury Ln Hilton Head Island, SC 29926 (843) 3427094
(iii) Robert S Ingram 1998 Revocable 13) 14) 8 Shaftsbary Ln Hilton Head Island, SC 29926 (843) 3427094
(iv) Robert S Ingram 1998 Revocable 8 Shaftsbury Ln Hilton Head Island, SC 29926 (843) 3427094

14) A train covers a distance of 10 km in 12 min. If its speed is decreased by 10 kmph, then the time taken by the train to cover the same distance will be:
1. 18 min
2. 14 min
3. 15 min
4. 16 min

15) The following question is based on the sequence give below:
W 1 R % 4 J E # 7 M T 2 1 9 B H 3 A $ 9 F Q 5 D G 6 U S P
If the order of the last fifteen elements, in the above sequence is reversed, which of the following will be the fifth from the right and the eleventh from the left of the reversed elements?
1. $
2. U
3. 3
4. 6

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1) The ratio of areas of two squares A and B are 4:25. If the side of the square A is 6m. Then, what is the measure of the side of square B?
1. 256m
2. 15m
3. 12m
4. 32 m2

2) Choose the correct answer and fill up the blanks.
-1 × 97321 = _________
1.97321
2. 97321
3. -1
4. 1

3) What is the range of the data given below?
1. 15
2. 80
3. 45
4. 95

4) Gourav bought a scooter for 45000 rupees. If the shopkeeper has given him a discount of 10%, what was the marked price of the scooter?
1. Rs. 50000
2. Rs. 55000
3. Rs. 65000
4. Rs. 60000

5)

1. 9p2 9q2-9
2. 9p2 +9 q2+ 9
3. 9p2 +9 q2 -12
4. 9p2+9 q2 - 12

6) What is the measure of the base angle of an isosceles triangle, if its vertical angle is 70°?
1. 110°
2. 55°
3. 90°
4. 70°

7) Madhuri took a loan of 70000 rupees at the rate of 5% from a bank and bought a scooter. After two years, she cleared the loan. How much money she would have paid in all?
1. Rs. 75000
2. Rs. 35000
3. Rs. 77000
4. Rs. 7000

8) Find the predecessor of – (92 - 62)
1. -44
2. -46
3. 44
4. 46

9)

1. 33.2%
2. 30.3%
3. 11.8%
4. 28.9%

10) The sum of two numbers is 40. If one number is 1/7of the larger number, the numbers are ______ and __________ .
1. 33,7
2. 28,7
3. 40,0
4. 35,5

11) Express the ratio 550 g to 5 kg.
1. 11:1
2. 55:50
3. 11:5
4. 11: 100

12) If the arithmetic mean of 18, 15, 16, 10 and x is 14, find the value of x.
1. 10
2. 13
3. 12
4. 11

13) An express train runs 900 km at an average speed of 90 km/hour, stopping for 3 minutes at stations after every 100 km. How long it would take to reach its destination?
1. 10 hr 30 min
2. 10 hr 24 min
3. 10 hr 27 min
4. 10 hr

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1. 2, 4, 5
2. -3, -6,-5
3. 6, 1, 2
4. 1, 4, 5

15) A set of 6 Tshirts costs Rs. 900, how much would be the cost of 90 of the same Tshirts?
1. Rs. 2000
2. Rs. 13500
3. Rs. 1350
4. Rs. 1400

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