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  • Signature and Name of Invigilator OMR Sheet No. : ...................................................... (To be filled by the Candidate)1. (Signature) Roll No. (Name) (In figures as per admission card)2. (Signature) Roll No. (In words) (Name) Test Booklet No. W X Y Z D—0 0 0 8Time : 1¼ hours] PAPER—I [Maximum Marks : 100Number of Pages in this Booklet : 24 Number of Questions in this Booklet : 50 Instructions for the Candidates ÂÚUèÿææçÍüØô¢ ·ð¤ çÜ° çÙÎðüàæ1. Write your roll number in the space provided on the top of 1. ÂãÜðU ÂëDU ·ð¤ ª¤ÂÚU çÙØÌ SÍæÙ ÂÚU ¥ÂÙæ ÚUôÜU ِÕÚU çÜç¹°Ð this page. 2. §â ÂýàÙ-˜æ ×𢠿æâ Õãéçß·¤ËÂèØ ÂýàÙ ãñ¢Ð2. This paper consists of fifty multiple-choice type of questions. 3. ÂÚUèÿææ ÂýæڐUÖ ãôÙð ÂÚU, ÂýàÙ-ÂéçSÌ·¤æ ¥æ·¤ô Îð Îè ÁæØð»èÐ ÂãÜðU ÂUæ¡¿ ç×ÙÅU3. At the commencement of examination, the question booklet ¥æ·¤ô ÂýàÙ-ÂéçSÌ·¤æ ¹ôÜÙð ÌÍæ ©â·¤è çِÙçÜç¹Ì Áæ¡¿ ·ð¤ çÜ° çÎØð will be given to you. In the first 5 minutes, you are requested to open the booklet and compulsorily examine it ÁæØð¢»ð çÁâ·¤è Áæ¡¿ ¥æ·¤ô ¥ßàØ ·¤ÚUÙè ãñ Ñ as below : (i) ÂýàÙ-ÂéçSÌ·¤æ ¹ôÜÙð ·ð¤ çÜ° ©â·ð¤ ·¤ßÚU ÂðÁ¤ÂÚU Ü»è ·¤æ»Á ·¤è (i) To have access to the Question Booklet, tear off the âèÜ ·¤ô ȤæǸU Üð¢UÐ ¹éÜè ãé§ü Øæ çÕÙæ SÅUè·¤ÚU-âèÜU ·¤è ÂéçSÌ·¤æ paper seal on the edge of this cover page. Do not Sßè·¤æÚU Ù ·¤Úð¢UÐ accept a booklet without sticker-seal and do not accept (ii) ·¤ßÚU ÂëDU ÂÚU ÀUÂð çÙÎðüàææÙéâæÚU ÂýàÙ-ÂéçSÌ·¤æ ·ð¤ ÂëDU ÌÍæ ÂýàÙô¢ ·¤è an open booklet. ⢁Øæ ·¤ô ¥‘ÀUè ÌÚUã ¿ñ·¤ ·¤ÚU Üð¢U ç·¤ Øð ÂêÚðU ãñ¢UÐ ÎôáÂê‡æü ÂéçSÌ·¤æ (ii) Tally the number of pages and number of questions in the booklet with the information printed on the çÁÙ×ð¢ ÂëDU / ÂýàÙ ·¤× ãô¢ Øæ ÎéÕæÚUæ ¥æ »Øð ãô¢ Øæ âèçÚUØÜU ×ð¢ Ù ãô¢ cover page. Faulty booklets due to pages/questions ¥ÍæüÌ ç·¤âè Öè Âý·¤æÚU ·¤è ˜æéçÅUÂê‡æü ÂéçSÌ·¤æ Sßè·¤æÚU Ù ·¤Úð¢U ÌÍæ missing or duplicate or not in serial order or any ©âè â×Ø ©âð ÜUõÅUæ·¤ÚU ©â·ð¤ SÍæÙ ÂÚU ÎêâÚUè âãè ÂýàÙ-ÂéçSÌ·¤æ other discrepancy should be got replaced immediately Üð Üð¢Ð U §â·ð¤ çÜ° ¥æ·¤ô Âæ¡¿ ç×ÙÅU çÎØð ÁæØð¢»ðÐ ©â·ð¤ ÕæÎ Ù by a correct booklet from the invigilator within the Ìô ¥æ·¤è ÂýàÙ-ÂéçSÌ·¤æ ßæÂâ Üè ÁæØð»è ¥õÚU Ù ãè ¥æ·¤ô period of 5 minutes. Afterwards, neither the ¥çÌçÚUQ¤ â×Ø çÎØæ ÁæØð»æÐ Question Booklet will be replaced nor any extra time will be given. (iii) §â Áæ¡¿ ·ð¤ ÕæÎ ÂýàÙ-ÂéçSÌ·¤æ ·¤è R¤× ⢁Øæ OMR ˜淤 ÂÚU (iii) After this verification is over, the Test Booklet Number ¥¢ç·¤Ì ·¤Úð¢U ¥UõÚU OMR ˜淤 ·¤è R¤×¤â¢Øæ §â ÂýàÙ-ÂéçSÌ·¤æ ÂÚU should be entered in the OMR Sheet and the ¥¢ç·¤Ì ·¤ÚU Îð¢Ð OMR Sheet Number should be entered on this Test 4. ÂýˆØð·¤ ÂýàÙ ·ð¤ çÜ° ¿æÚU ©žæÚU çß·¤Ë (A), (B), (C) ÌÍæ (D) çÎØð »Øð ãñ¢Ð Booklet. ¥æ·¤ô âãè ©žæÚU ·ð¤ Îèƒæüßëžæ ·¤ô ÂðÙ âð ÖÚU·¤ÚU ·¤æÜæ ·¤ÚUÙæ ãñ Áñâæ ç·¤ Ùè¿ð4. Each item has four alternative responses marked (A), (B), çιæØæ »Øæ ãñÐ (C) and (D). You have to darken the oval as indicated below on the correct response against each item. ©ÎæãÚU‡æ Ñ A B C D ÁÕç·¤ (C) âãè ©žæÚU ãñÐ Example : A B C D 5. Âýà٠˜æ I ¥õÚU Âýà٠˜æ II ·ð¤ çÜ° °·¤ ãè ©žæÚU ˜淤 ãñ Áô §â ÂýàÙ where (C) is the correct response. ÂéçSÌ·¤æ ·ð¤ ¥‹ÎÚU çÎØæ »Øæ ãñÐ ÂýàÙô¢ ·ð¤ ©žæÚU ·ð¤ßÜU ©žæÚU-˜淤 ÂÚU ãè5. Your responses to the items are to be indicated in the Answer Sheet given inside this Booklet, which is common for ¥¢ç·¤Ì ·¤ÚUÙð ãñ¢Ð ØçÎ ¥æ ©žæÚU ˜淤 ÂÚU çÎØð »Øð Îèƒæüßëžæ ·ð¤ ¥Üæßæ ç·¤âè Paper I and Paper II. If you mark at any place other than ¥‹Ø SÍæÙ ÂÚU ©žæÚU 翋ãæ¢ç·¤Ì ·¤ÚUÌð ãñ, Ìô ©â·¤æ ×êËUØ梷¤Ù Ùãè¢ ãô»æÐ in the ovals in the Answer Sheet, it will not be evaluated. 6. ¥‹ÎÚU çÎØð »Øð çÙÎðüàæô¢ ·¤ô ŠØæÙÂêßü·¤ Âɸð¢UÐ6. Read instructions given inside carefully. 7. ·¤“ææ ·¤æ× (Rough Work) §â ÂéçSÌ·¤æ ·ð¤ ¥ç‹Ì× ÂëDU ÂÚU ·¤Úð¢UÐ7. Rough Work is to be done in the end of this booklet. 8. ØçÎ ¥æ ©žæÚU-ÂéçSÌ·¤æ ÂÚU ¥ÂÙæ Ùæ× Øæ °ðâæ ·¤ô§ü Öè çÙàææÙ çÁââð ¥æ·¤è8. If you write your name or put any mark on any part of the Âã¿æÙ ãô â·ð¤, ¤ç·¤âè Öè Öæ» ÂÚU ÎàææüÌð Øæ ¥¢ç·¤Ì ·¤ÚUÌð ãñ¢ Ìô ÂÚUèÿææ ·ð¤ Answer Sheet, except for the space allotted for the relevant entries, which may disclose your identity, you will render çÜØð ¥Øô‚Ø ƒæôçáÌ ·¤ÚU çÎØð ÁæØð¢»ðÐ yourself liable to disqualification. 9. ¥æ·¤ô ÂÚUèÿææ â×æ# ãôÙð ¤ÂÚU ©žæÚU-ÂéçSÌ·¤æ çÙÚUèÿæ·¤ ×ãôÎØ ·¤ô ÜUõÅUæÙæ9. You have to return the test question booklet to the ¥æßàØ·¤ ãñ ¥õÚU ÂÚUèÿææ â×æç# ·ð¤ ÕæÎ ¥ÂÙð âæÍ ÂÚUèÿææ ÖßÙ âð ÕæãÚU Ù invigilators at the end of the examination compulsorily Üð·¤ÚU ÁæØð¢Ð and must not carry it with you outside the Examination 10. ·ð¤ßÜ ÙèÜð / ·¤æÜð ÕæÜU Œßæ§ZÅU ÂñÙ ·¤æ ãè §SÌð×æÜ ·¤Úð¢UÐ Hall.10. Use only Blue/Black Ball point pen. 11. ç·¤âè Öè Âý·¤æÚU ·¤æ ⢻‡æ·¤ (·ñ¤Ü·é¤ÜðÅUÚU) UØæ Üæ» ÅðUÕÜ ¥æçÎ ·¤æ11. Use of any calculator or log table etc., is prohibited. ÂýØô» ßçÁüÌ ãñÐ12. There is NO negative marking. 12. »ÜÌ ©žæÚU ·ð¤ çÜ° ¥¢·¤ Ùãè¢ ·¤æÅðU ÁæØð¢»ðÐWXYZ—00 1 P.T.O.
  • FOR OFFICE USE ONLY Marks Obtained Obtained Obtained Obtained Obtained Question Question Question Question Number Number Number Number Marks Marks Marks Marks 1 26 51 76 2 27 52 77 3 28 53 78 4 29 54 79 5 30 55 80 6 31 56 81 7 32 57 82 8 33 58 83 9 34 59 84 10 35 60 85 11 36 61 86 12 37 62 87 13 38 63 88 14 39 64 89 15 40 65 90 16 41 66 91 17 42 67 92 18 43 68 93 19 44 69 94 20 45 70 95 21 46 71 96 22 47 72 97 23 48 73 98 24 49 74 99 25 50 75 100 Total Marks Obtained (in words) ..................................... (in figures) .................................... Signature & Name of the Coordinator ............................... (Evaluation) Date .............................WXYZ—00 2
  • PAPER—I ÂýàÙ˜æ—INote : This paper contains fifty (50) multiple-choice questions, each question carrying two (2) marks. Attempt all of them. §â ÂýàÙ˜æ ×𢠿æâ (50) Õãé-çß·¤ËÂUèØ ÂýàÙ ãñ¢Ð ÂýˆØð·¤ ÂýàÙ ·ð¤ Îô (2) ¥¢·¤ ãñ¢Ð âÖè ÂýàÙô¢ ·ð¤ ©žæÚU ÎèçÁ°Ð1. According to Swami Vivekananda, teacher’s success depends on : (A) His renunciation of personal gain and service to others (B) His professional training and creativity (C) His concentration on his work and duties with a spirit of obedience to God (D) His mastery on the subject and capacity in controlling the students2. Which of the following teacher, will be liked most : (A) A teacher of high idealistic attitude (B) A loving teacher (C) A teacher who is disciplined (D) A teacher who often amuses his students1. Sßæ×è çßßð·¤æًΠ·ð¤ ¥ÙéâæÚU çàæÿæ·¤ ·¤è âȤÜÌæ çÙÖüÚU ·¤ÚUÌè ãñ Ñ (A) ¥ÂÙð çÙÁè çãÌæð´ ·¤æ ÂçÚUˆØæ» ¥æñÚU ÎêâÚUæð´ ·¤è âðßæ (B) ©â·¤æ ÃØæßâæçØ·¤ Âýçàæÿæ‡æ ¥æñÚU âëÁÙæˆ×·¤Ìæ (C) ©â·¤æ ¥ÂÙð ·¤æØü ·ð¤ ÂýçÌ â´·ð¤‹Îý‡æ ¥æñÚU §üàßÚU ·ð¤ ÂýçÌ ¥æ™ææ ÂæÜÙ ·¤è ÖæßÙæ (D) ©â·¤æ çßáØ ÂÚU ¥çÏ·¤æÚU ÌÍæ çßlæçÍüØæð´ ·¤æð çÙØ´ç˜æÌ ·¤ÚUÙð ·¤è ÿæ×Ìæ2. çِÙæ´ç·¤Ì ×ð´ âð ·¤æñÙâæ çàæÿæ·¤ ¥çÏ·¤ Ââ´Î ç·¤Øæ ÁæØð»æ Ñ (A) ©“æ ¥æÎàæü ÎëçcÅU·¤æð‡æ ßæÜæ çàæÿæ·¤ (B) °·¤ SÙðãè çàæÿæ·¤ (C) °·¤ ¥ÙéàææçâÌ çàæÿæ·¤ (D) °·¤ çàæÿæ·¤ Áæð ÂýæØÑ çßlæçÍüØæð´ ·¤æð ¹éàæ ÚU¹Ìæ ãñWXYZ—00 3 P.T.O.
  • 3. A teacher’s most important challenge is : (A) To make students do their home work (B) To make teaching-learning process enjoyable (C) To maintain discipline in the class room (D) To prepare the question paper4. Value-education stands for : (A) making a student healthy (B) making a student to get a job (C) inculcation of virtues (D) all-round development of personality5. When a normal student behaves in an erratic manner in the class, you would : (A) pull up the student then and there (B) talk to the student after the class (C) ask the student to leave the class (D) ignore the student6. The research is always - (A) verifying the old knowledge (B) exploring new knowledge (C) filling the gap between knowledge (D) all of these7. The research that applies the laws at the time of field study to draw more and more clear ideas about the problem is : (A) Applied research (B) Action research (C) Experimental research (D) None of these8. When a research problem is related to heterogeneous population, the most suitable sampling method is : (A) Cluster Sampling (B) Stratified Sampling (C) Convenient Sampling (D) Lottery MethodWXYZ—00 4
  • 3. °·¤ çàæÿæ·¤ ·ð¤ çÜ° âßæüçÏ·¤ ¿éÙæñÌèÂê‡æü ãñ Ñ (A) çßlæçÍüØæð´ ·¤æð »ëã ·¤æØü ·¤ÚUÙð ·ð¤ çÜ° ÌñØæÚU ·¤ÚUÙæ (B) çàæÿæ‡æ ß âè¹Ùð´ ·¤è Âýç·ý¤Øæ ·¤æð ¥æًÎÎæØ·¤ ÕÙæÙæ (C) ·¤ÿææ ×ð´ ¥ÙéàææâÙ ÕÙæ° ÚU¹Ùæ (D) Âýà٠˜æ ÌñØæÚU ·¤ÚUÙæ4. ×êËØ çàæÿæ‡æ ·¤æ ÌæˆÂØü ãñ Ñ (A) çßlæÍèü ·¤æð SßSÍ ÕÙæÙæ (B) çßlæÍèü ·¤æð Ùæñ·¤ÚUè ÂýæŒÌ ·¤ÚUÙð ·ð¤ çÜ° ÌñØæÚU ·¤ÚUÙæ (C) »é‡ææð´ ·¤æ çß·¤æâ ·¤ÚUÙæ (D) ÃØç€Ìˆß ·¤æ Õãé-¥æØæ×è çß·¤æâ5. ÁÕ ·¤æð§ü âæ×æ‹Ø çßlæÍèü ·¤ÿææ ×ð´ ¥çÙØ´ç˜æÌ ÃØßãæÚU ·¤Úð´U Ìæð ¥æÂ Ñ (A) çßlæÍèü ·¤æð ©âè Á»ã, ©âè â×Ø ¹Ç¸æ ·¤Ú Îð´»ð (B) ·¤ÿææ ·ð¤ ÕæãÚU çßlæÍèü âð ÕæÌ ·¤Úð´U»ð (C) çßlæÍèü ·¤æð ·¤ÿææ ÀUæðǸÙð ·ð¤ çÜ° ·¤ãð´»ð (D) çßlæÍèü ·¤è ©Âðÿææ ·¤Úð´U»ð6. àææðÏ âÎñß ãñ - (A) Âêßü ™ææÙ ·¤æ âˆØæÂÙ (B) ÙêÌÙ ™ææÙ ·¤è »ßðá‡ææ (C) ™ææÙ ·ð¤ ¥‹ÌÚUæÜ ·¤è ÂêçÌü (D) ©ÂØéü€Ì âÖè7. °·¤ àææðÏ çÁâ×ð´ ÿæð˜æèØ ¥ŠØØÙ ·ð¤ â×Ø â×SØæ ·ð¤ ÂýçÌ ¥çÏ·¤ âð ¥çÏ·¤ SÂcÅU çß¿æÚU ·ð¤ çÜ° çÙØ×æð´ ·¤æð Üæ»ê ·¤ÚUÌð ãñ´ ©âð ·¤ãæ ÁæÌæ ãñ Ñ (A) ÃØæßãæçÚU·¤ àææðÏ (B) ç·ý¤Øæˆ×·¤ àææðÏ (C) ÂýØæð»æˆ×·¤ àææðÏ (D) ©ÂØéü€Ì ×ð´ âð ·¤æð§ü Ùãè´8. ÁÕ ·¤æð§ü àææðÏ â×SØæ çßá× ÁÙⴁØæ âð âÕç‹ÏÌ ãæð ÌÕ âßæüçÏ·¤ ©ÂØéü€Ì ÂýçÌÎàæü ÂhçÌ ãæð»è Ñ (A) â×êã ÂýçÌÎàæü (B) ØæÎëç‘ÀU·¤ (SÅþðUçÅUȤæ§ÇU) ÂýçÌÎàæü (C) âéçßÏæÁÙ·¤ ÂýçÌÎàæü (D) ÜæÅUÚUè ÂhçÌWXYZ—00 5 P.T.O.
  • 9. The process not needed in experimental research is : (A) Observation (B) Manipulation and replication (C) Controlling (D) Reference collection10. A research problem is not feasible only when : (A) it is researchable (B) it is new and adds something to knowledge (C) it consists of independent and dependent variables (D) it has utility and relevance Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions 11 to 15 : Radically changing monsoon patterns, reduction in the winter rice harvest and a quantum increase in respiratory diseases all part of the environmental doomsday scenario which is reportedly playing out in South Asia. According to a United Nations Environment Programme report, a deadly three-kilometer deep blanket of pollution comprising a fearsome, cocktail of ash, acids, aerosols and other particles has enveloped in this region. For India, already struggling to cope with a drought, the implication of this are devastating and further crop failure will amount to a life and death question for many Indians. The increase in premature deaths will have adverse social and economic consequences and a rise in morbidities will place an unbearable burden on our crumbling health system. And there is no one to blame but ourselves. Both official and corporate India has always been allergic to any mention of clean technology. Most mechanical two wheelers roll of the assembly line without proper pollution control system. Little effort is made for R&D on simple technologies, which could make a vital difference to people’s lives and the environment. However, while there is no denying that South Asia must clean up its act, skeptics might question the timing of the haze report. The Kyoto meet on climate change is just two weeks away and the stage is set for the usual battle between the developing world and the West, particularly the Unites States of America. President Mr. Bush has adamantly refused to sign any protocol, which would mean a change in American consumption level. U.N. environment report will likely find a place in the U.S. arsenal as it plants an accusing finger towards controls like India and China. Yet the U.S.A. can hardly deny its own dubious role in the matter of erasing trading quotas.WXYZ—00 6
  • 9. ÂýØæð»æˆ×·¤ àææðÏ ×ð´ Áæð Âýç·ý¤Øæ ¥æßàØ·¤ Ùãè´ ãñ, ©âð ·¤ãæ ÁæÌæ ãñ Ñ (A) ¥ßÜæð·¤Ù (B) ÂçÚU¿æÜÙ °ß´ ÂýçÌ·ë¤çÌ (C) çÙØ´ç˜æÌ (D) â´ÎÖü °·¤˜æ‡æ10. °·¤ àææðÏ â×SØæ ÌÕ ÃØßãæØü Ùãè´ ãñ ÁÕ - (A) Øã àææðÏ ·¤ÚUÙð Øæð‚Ø ãñÐ (B) ßã Ù§ü ãæð ¥æñÚU ™ææÙ ×ð´ ·é¤ÀU ßëçh ·¤ÚUÌè ãñÐ (C) ßã SßÌ´˜æ ¥æñÚU »ñÚU SßÌ´˜æ ¿ÚUæð´ âð Øé€Ì ãæðÐ (D) §â·¤è ©ÂØæðç»Ìæ ß Âýæ´âç»·¤Ìæ ãæðÐ çِÙæ´ç·¤Ì ÂçÚU‘ÀðUÎ ŠØæÙ âð Âçɸ° ¥æñÚU Ùè¿ð çΰ ÂýàÙæð´ (11 âð 15) ·¤æ ©žæÚU ÎèçÁ° Ñ ¥æ×êÜ M¤Â âð ÕÎÜ ÚUãð ×æÙâêÙ ÂýæM¤Â, àæèÌ «¤Ìé ·¤è ÏæÙ ·¤è ©ÂÁ ¥æñÚU àßæâ ÚUæð»æð´ ×ð´ ·¤æȤè ßëçh âÖè ÂØæüßÚU‡æèØ ·¤Øæ×Ì ÂçÚUÎëàØ ·¤æ çãSâæ ãñ çÁâ ·¤æ Îçÿæ‡æ °çàæØæ ×ð´ ÕæÁæ ÕÁ ÚUãæ ãñÐ â´Øé€Ì ÚUæcÅþU ÂØæüßÚU‡æ ·¤æØü·ý¤× çÚUÂæðÅüU ·ð¤ ¥ÙéâæÚU, ÚUæ¹, ¥Ü, ßæØéÏé‹Ï °ß´ ¥‹Ø ·¤‡ææð´ âð Øé€Ì ÂýÎêá‡æ ·ð¤ ƒææÌ·¤ ÌèÙ ç·¤.×è. ܐÕð »ãÙ ¥æßÚU‡æ ·ð¤ ÖØæÙ·¤ ·¤æò·¤ÅðUÜ Ùð §â ÿæð˜æ ·¤æð ¥æ‘ÀUæçÎÌ ç·¤Øæ ãé¥æ ãñÐ ÖæÚUÌ, Áæð ÂãÜð ãè âê¹ð ·¤è çSÍçÌ âð ÁêÛæ ÚUãæ ãñ, ·ð¤ çÜ° §â ·¤æ çÙçãÌæÍü âßüÙæàæ ãè ãñ ¥æñÚU ȤâÜ ·¤è ¥æñÚU çßȤÜÌæ ·¤æ ¥Íü ÕãéÌ âð ÖæÚUÌèØæð´ ·ð¤ çÜ° ÁèßÙ °ß´ ×æñÌ ·ð¤ â×æÙ ãæð»æÐ ¥ÂçÚUÂ€ß ×æñÌæð´ ×ð´ ßëçh ·ð¤ ÂýçÌ·ê¤Ü âæ×æçÁ·¤ ß ¥æçÍü·¤ ÂýÖæß ãæð´»ð ¥æñÚU M¤‚‡æÌæ (ÚUæð»æð´) ßëçh ã×æÚUè Áè‡æü SßæS‰Ø ÃØßSÍæ ÂÚU ¥âãÙèØ ÖæÚU ÇUæÜð»èÐ §â·ð¤ çÜ° ã× ¥ÂÙð çâßæØ ç·¤âè ¥‹Ø ·¤æð ÎæðáæÚUæðçÂÌ Ùãè´ ·¤ÚU â·¤Ìð ãñ´Ð âÚU·¤æÚUè °ß´ ·¤æòÚUÂæðÚðUÅU ÖæÚUÌ ÎæðÙæð´ ãè SߑÀU Âýæñlæðç»·¤è ·ð¤ ç·¤âè Öè çÁ·ý¤ ·ð¤ ÂýçÌ ã×ðàææ âð °ÜçÁü·¤ ÚUãð´ ãñ´Ð ¥çÏ·¤æ´àæ Øæ´ç˜æ·¤ çm-ÂçãØæ ßæãÙ, ÂýÎêá‡æ çÙ؋˜æ‡æ ·¤è ©ç¿Ì ÃØßSÍæ ·ð¤ çÕÙæ ãè °âðÕÜè Üæ§üÙ âð ÕÙ ·¤ÚU çÙ·¤ÜÌð ãñ´Ð âÚUÜ Âýæñlæðç»·¤èØæð´, Áæð Üæð»æð´ ·ð¤ ÁèßÙ °ß´ ÂØæüßÚU‡æ ×ð´ ×æç×ü·¤ ÂçÚUßÌüÙ Üæ â·¤Ìè ãñ´, ÂÚU ¥æÚU °ß´ ÇUè ·ð¤ çÜ° ·¤× Âý؈٠緤Øæ ÁæÌæ ãñÐ ÌÍæçÂ, ÁÕç·¤ §ââð ·¤æð§ü §‹·¤æÚU Ùãè´ ç·¤ Îçÿæ‡æ °çàæØæ ·¤æð ¥ÂÙð ·ë¤ˆØ ·¤æð SߑÀU ·¤ÚUÙæ ¿æçã°, àæ´·¤æàæèÜ Üæð» ãð$Á çÚUÂæðÅüU ·ð¤ â×Ø ·ð¤ ÕæÚðU ×ð´ ÂýàÙ ¹Ç¸æ ·¤ÚU â·¤Ìð ãñ´Ð ÁÜßæØé ÂçÚUßÌüÙ ÂÚU ç·¤ØæðÅUæð ¥çÏßðàæÙ ·ð¤ ãæðÙð ×ð´ çâÈü¤ Îæð ãÌð ãè ÚUã »° ãñ´ ¥æñÚU çß·¤æâàæèÜ çßàß °ß´ Âçà¿×, çßàæðá M¤Â âð â´Øé€Ì ÚUæ’Ø ¥×ðçÚU·¤æ ·ð¤ Õè¿ ÂýæçØ·¤ Øéh ·ð¤ çÜ° çSÍçÌ ÌñØæÚU ãæ𠻧ü ãñÐ ÚUæcÅþUÂçÌ Ÿæè Õéàæ Ùð ç·¤âè Öè ·¤“æð ×âæñÎð (ÂýæðÅUæð·¤Ü) ÂÚU ãSÌæÿæÚU ·¤ÚUÙð âð ÎëɸÌæ â𠧋·¤æÚU ·¤ÚU çÎØæ ãñ, ÁÕ ç·¤ §â·¤æ ¥Íü ¥×ðçÚU·¤æ ·ð¤ ©ÂÖæð» SÌÚU ×ð´ ÂçÚUßÌüÙ ·¤æ ãæð»æÐ Øê.°â. ÂØæüßÚU‡æ çÚUÂæðÅüU àææØÎ â´Øé€Ì ÚUæ’Ø ¥×ðçÚU·¤æ ·¤è àæS˜æàææÜæ ×ð´ SÍæÙ ÂýæŒÌ ·¤ÚU â·ð¤»è €Øæð´ ç·¤ ©â·ð¤ â´Ø‹˜æ ÖæÚUÌ ¥æñÚU ¿èÙ Áñâð çÙ؋˜æ‡ææð´ ·¤è ¥æðÚU ¥æÚUæðÂè ¥´»éÜ ©ÆUæ ÚUãð´ ãñ´Ð çȤÚU Öè, Øê.°â.°. ·¤æÚUæðÕæÚUè ·¤æðÅUæ (çÙØÌæ´àæ) â×æŒÌ ·¤ÚUÙð ·ð¤ ×æ×Üð ×ð´ ¥ÂÙè â´çÎ‚Ï Öêç×·¤æ âð àææØÎ ãè §‹·¤æÚU ·¤ÚU â·ð¤»æÐWXYZ—00 7 P.T.O.
  • Richer countries can simply buy up excess credits from poorer countries and continue to pollute. Rather than try to get the better of developing countries, who undoubtedly have taken up environmental shortcuts in their bid to catch up with the West, the USA should take a look at the environmental profigacy, which is going on within. From opening up virgin territories for oil exploration to relaxing the standards for drinking water, Mr. Bush’s policies are not exactly beneficial, not even to America’s interests. We realize that we are all in this together and that pollution anywhere should be a global concern otherwise there will only be more tunnels at the end of the tunnel.11. Both official and corporate India is allergic to : (A) Failure of Monsoon (B) Poverty and Inequality (C) Slowdown in Industrial Production (D) Mention of Clean Technology12. If the rate of premature death increases it will : (A) Exert added burden on the crumbling economy (B) Have adverse social and economic consequences (C) Make positive effect on our effort to control population (D) Have less job aspirants in the society13. According to the passage, the two wheeler industry is not adequately concerned about : (A) Passenger safety on the roads (B) Life cover insurance of the vehicle owner (C) Pollution control system in the vehicle (D) Rising cost of the two wheelers14. What could be the reason behind timing of the haze report just before the Kyoto meet ? (A) United Nations is working hand-in-glove with U.S.A. (B) Organizers of the forthcoming meet to teach a lesson to the U.S.A. (C) Drawing attention of the world towards devastating effects of environment degradation. (D) U.S.A. wants to use it as a handle against the developing countries in the forthcoming meetWXYZ—00 8
  • ÏÙè Îðàæ, »ÚUèÕ Îðàææð´ âð ¥æâæÙè â𠥈ØæçÏ·¤ «¤‡æ ¹ÚUèÎ â·¤Ìð ãñ´ ¥æñÚU ÂýÎêá‡æ ÁæÚUè ÚU¹ â·¤Ìð ãñÐ ÕÁæØ §â·ð¤ ç·¤ çß·¤æâàæèÜ Îðàææð´ ·¤æ ’ØæÎæ ¥‘ÀUæ ·¤ÚUÙð ·¤è ·¤æðçàæàæ ·¤Úð´U, çÁ‹ãæð´Ùð, Õðàæ·¤ Âçà¿× ·ð¤ âæÍ ¿ÜÙð ·¤è ¥ÂÙè ·¤æðçàæàæ ×ð´ ÂØæüßÚU‡æèØ â´çÿæŒÌ ©ÂæØ ç·¤° ãñ´, Øê.°â.°. ·¤æð ¥ÂÙð Îðàæ ×ð´ ÃØæŒÌ ÂØæüßÚU‡æèØ ÎéÚUæ¿æÚU ·¤æð Îð¹Ùæ ¿æçã°Ð ÌðÜ ·¤è ¹æðÁ ·ð¤ çÜ° ¥ÀêUÌð ÿæð˜ææð´ ·¤æð ¹æðÜÙð´ âð Üð·¤ÚU ÂðØ ÁÜ ·ð¤ ×æÙ·¤ çàæçÍÜ ·¤ÚUÙð Ì·¤, Ÿæè Õéàæ ·¤è ÙèçÌØæ´ ßæSÌß ×ð´ ÜæÖÎðØ Ùãè´ ãñ´, ¥×ðçÚU·¤æ ·ð¤ çãÌæð´ ·ð¤ çÜ° Öè Ùãè´Ð ã×Ùð â×Ûæ çÜØæ ç·¤ §â×ð´ ã× âÖè â´Ü‚Ù ãñ´ ¥æñÚU ç·¤âè Öè ÿæð˜æ ×ð´ ÂýÎêá‡æ ãæð ßæð ßñçàß·¤ âÚUæð·¤æÚU ãæðÙæ ¿æçã° ¥‹ØÍæ »éÈ¤æ ·ð¤ ¥‹Ì ×ð´ çâÈü¤ ’ØæÎæ »éȤ水 ãè ãæð´»èÐ11. âÚU·¤æÚUè °ß´ ·¤æòÚUÂæðÚðUÅU ÖæÚUÌ ÎæðÙæð´ 緤⠷ð¤ ÂýçÌ °ÜçÁü·¤ ãñ´? (A) ×æÙâêÙ ·¤è çßȤÜÌæ (B) çÙÏüÙÌæ °ß´ ¥â×æÙÌæ (C) ¥æñlæðç»·¤ ©ˆÂæÎÙ ·¤è ׋λçÌ (D) SߑÀU Âýæñlæðç»·¤è ·¤æ çÁ·ý¤12. ØçÎ ¥ÂçÚUÂ€ß ×ëˆØé ·¤è ÎÚU ÕɸÌè ãñ Ìæð Øã Ñ (A) Áè‡æü-àæè‡æü ¥ÍüÃØßSÍæ ÂÚU ¥çÌçÚU€Ì ÖæÚU ÇUæÜð»è (B) ÂýçÌ·ê¤Ü âæ×æçÁ·¤ °ß´ ¥æçÍü·¤ ÂýÖæß ÇUæÜð´»è (C) ÁÙⴁØæ çÙ؋˜æ‡æ ·ð¤ ã×æÚðU Âý؈٠ÂÚU â·¤æÚUæˆ×·¤ ÂýÖæß ÇUæÜð»è (D) â×æÁ ×ð´ Ùæñ·¤ÚUè ·ð¤ ©×èÎßæÚU ·¤× ãæð´»ð13. ÂçÚU‘ÀðUÎ ·ð¤ ¥ÙéâæÚU çm-ÂçãØæ ©læð» 緤⠷ð¤ ÕæÚðU ×ð´ ÂØæüŒÌ âÚUæð·¤æÚU Ùãè´ ÚU¹Ìæ ãñ Ñ (A) âǸ·¤æð´ ÂÚU Øæç˜æØæð´ ·¤è âéÚUÿææ (B) ßæãÙ Sßæ×è ·¤æ ÁèßÙ âéÚUÿææ Õè×æ (C) ßæãÙ ×ð´ ÂýÎêá‡æ çÙ؋˜æ‡æ ÃØßSÍæ (D) çm-ÂçãØæ ßæãÙ ·¤è ÕɸÌè Üæ»Ì14. €ØæðÅUæð ¥çÏßðàæÙ ·ð¤ çÕË·é¤Ü ÂãÜð ãè ãð$Á çÚUÂæðÅüU ·ð¤ â×Ø çÙÏæüÚU‡æ ·ð¤ ÂèÀðU €Øæ ·¤æÚU‡æ ãæð»æ? (A) â´Øé€Ì ÚUæcÅþU Øê.°â.°. ·ð¤ âæÍ ç×Ü ·¤ÚU ·¤æØü ·¤ÚU ÚUãæ ãñÐ (B) ¥æ»æ×è ¥çÏßðàæÙ ·ð¤ â´ØæðÁ·¤/â´¿æÜ·¤ Øê.°â.°. ·¤æð ÂæÆU ÂɸæÙæ ¿æãÌð ãñ´Ð (C) ÂØæüßÚU‡æ ¥ßÙçÌ ·ð¤ çߊߴⷤæÚUè ÂýÖæßæð´ ·¤è ¥æðÚU çßàß ·¤æ ŠØæÙ ¹è´¿ÙæÐ (D) ¥æ»æ×è ¥çÏßðàæÙ ×ð´, Øê.°â.°. §âð çß·¤æâàæèÜ Îðàææð´ ·ð¤ çßL¤h ¥ßâÚU ·ð¤ M¤Â ×ð´ ©ÂØæð» ·¤ÚUÙæ ¿æãÌæ ãñÐWXYZ—00 9 P.T.O.
  • 15. Which of the following is the indication of environmental degradation in South Asia ? (A) Social and economic inequality (B) Crumbling health care system (C) Inadequate pollution control system (D) Radically changing monsoon pattern16. Community Radio is a type of radio service that caters to the interest of : (A) Local audience (B) Education (C) Entertainment (D) News17. Orcut is a part of : (A) Intra personal Communication (B) Mass Communication (C) Group Communication (D) Interpersonal Communication18. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer using the codes given below : List - I List - II (Artists) (Art) (a) Amrita Shergill (i) Flute (b) T. Swaminathan Pillai (ii) Classical Song (c) Bhimsen Joshi (iii) Painting (d) Padma Subramaniyam (iv) Bharat Natyam Codes : (a) (b) (c) (d) (A) (iii) (i) (ii) (iv) (B) (ii) (iii) (i) (iv) (C) (iv) (ii) (iii) (i) (D) (i) (iv) (ii) (iii)19. Which is not correct in latest communication award ? (A) Salman Rushdie - Booker’s Prize - July 20, 2008 (B) Dilip Sanghavi - Business Standard CEO Award July 22, 2008 (C) Tapan Sinha - Dada Saheb Falke Award, July 21, 2008 (D) Gautam Ghosh - Osians Lifetime Achievement Award July 11, 2008WXYZ—00 10
  • 15. Îçÿæ‡æ °çàæØæ ×ð´ ÂØæüßÚU‡æèØ ¥ßÙçÌ ·¤æ â´·ð¤Ì çِÙæ´ç·¤Ì ×ð´ âð ·¤æñÙ âæ ãñ? (A) âæ×æçÁ·¤ °ß´ ¥æçÍü·¤ ¥â×æÙÌæ (B) Áè‡æü ãæð ÚUãè SßæS‰Ø Îð¹ÖæÜ ÃØßSÍæ (C) ¥ÂØæüŒÌ ÂýÎêá‡æ çÙ؋˜æ‡æ ÃØßSÍæ (D) ¥æ×êÜ M¤Â âð ÕÎÜ ÚUãæ ×æÙâêÙ ÂñÅUÙü16. âæ×éÎæçØ·¤ ÚðUçÇUØæð °·¤ Âý·¤æÚU ·¤è ßã âðßæ ãñ Áæð M¤ç¿ ÂñÎæ ·¤ÚUÌè ãñ; (·ð¤ çÜ°) Ñ (A) SÍæÙèØ ŸææðÌ滇æ (B) çàæÿææ (C) ×ÙæðÚ´UÁÙ (D) â×æ¿æÚU17. ¥ÚU·ê¤ÅU °·¤ Öæ» ãñ Ñ (A) ¥‹ÌÚ´U» ÃØç€Ì»Ì â´¿æÚU‡æ (B) ÁÙ â´¿æÚU (C) âæ×êçã·¤ â´¿æÚU (D) ¥‹ÌßüñØç€Ì·¤ â´¿æÚU18. âê¿è-I ·¤æð âê¿è-II âð ç×ÜæÌð ãé° çÎØð »Øð ·¤æðÇU ·¤æ ÂýØæð» ·¤ÚUÌð ãé° âãè ©žæÚU ÎèçÁ° Ñ âê¿è - I âê¿è - II (·¤Üæ·¤æÚU) (·¤Üæ) (a) ¥×ëÌæ àæðÚUç»Ü (i) Õæ´âéÚUè (b) ÅUè. Sßæ×èÙæÍÙ çÂËܧü (ii) àææS˜æèØ »èÌ (c) Öè×âðÙ Áæðàæè (iii) 翘淤Üæ (d) Âkæ âéÕý׋Ø×÷ (iv) ÖÚUÌÙæÅ÷UØ× ·¤æðÇU Ñ (a) (b) (c) (d) (A) (iii) (i) (ii) (iv) (B) (ii) (iii) (i) (iv) (C) (iv) (ii) (iii) (i) (D) (i) (iv) (ii) (iii)19. ÙßèÙÌ× Âý¿æçÜÌ â´¿æÚU ÂéÚS·¤æÚU ×ð´ ·¤æñÙ âæ âãè Ùãè´ ãñ Ñ (A) âÜ×æÙ M¤àæÎè - Õé·¤ÚU ÂéÚS·¤æÚU - ÁéÜæ§ü 20, 2008 (B) çÎÜè ⴃæßè - çÕÁçÙâ SÅñU‡ÇUÇüU âè.§ü.¥æð. ¥ßæÇüU ÁéÜæ§ü 22, 2008 (C) ÌÂÙ çâ‹ãæ - ÎæÎæ âæãÕ È¤æ˷𤠥ßæÇüU ÁéÜæ§ü 21, 2008 (D) »æñžæ× ƒææðá - ¥æðçâ؋â Üæ§È¤ÅUæ§× °¿èß×ð‹ÅU ¥ßæÇüU, ÁéÜæ§ü 11, 2008WXYZ—00 11 P.T.O.
  • 20. Firewalls are used to protect a communication network system against : (A) Unauthorized attacks (B) Virus attacks (C) Data-driven attacks (D) Fire-attacks21. Insert the missing number in the following : 2 4 11 16 , , ?, , 3 7 21 31 10 6 5 7 (A) (B) (C) (D) 8 10 10 1322. In a certain code, GAMESMAN is written as AGMEMSAN. How would DISCLOSE be written in that code ? (A) IDSCOLSE (B) IDCSOLES (C) IDSCOLES (D) IDSCLOSE23. The letters in the first set have a certain relationship. On the basis of this relationship mark the right choice for the second set : AST : BRU : : NQV : ? (A) ORW (B) MPU (C) MRW (D) OPW24. On what dates of April 1994 did SUNDAY fall ? (A) 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 (B) 3, 10, 17, 24 (C) 4, 11, 18, 25 (D) 1, 8, 15, 22, 2925. Find out the wrong number in the sequence : 125, 127, 130, 135, 142, 153, 165 (A) 130 (B) 142 (C) 153 (D) 16526. There are five books A,B,C,D and E. The book C lies above D, the book E is below A and B is below E. Which is at the bottom ? (A) E (B) B (C) A (D) C27. Logical reasoning is based on : (A) Truth of involved propositions (B) Valid relation among the involved propositions (C) Employment of symbolic language (D) Employment of ordinary languageWXYZ—00 12
  • 20. ȤæØÚUßæËâ ÃØßSÍæ çِ٠×ð´ âð ç·¤âð âéÚUÿææ ÂýÎæÙ ·¤ÚUÙð ·ð¤ çÜ° ©ÂØæð» ×ð´ çÜØæ ÁæÌæ ãñ? (A) ¥ÙçÏ·ë¤Ì ÂýãæÚU (B) ßæØÚUâ ÂýãæÚU (C) ÇUæÅUæ ÇþUæ§ßÚU ÂýãæÚU (D) ¥ç‚Ù ÂýãæÚU21. çِÙæ´ç·¤Ì ×ð´ âð ÜéŒÌ ⴁØæ ·¤æð ÖçÚUØð Ñ 2 4 11 16 , , ?, , 3 7 21 31 10 6 5 7 (A) (B) (C) (D) 8 10 10 1322. GAMESMAN ·¤æð ç·¤âè ·¤æðÇU ×ð´ AGMEMSAN çܹæ ÁæÌæ ãñÐ DISCLOSE ·¤æð ©âè ·¤æðÇU ×ð´ ·ñ¤âð çܹæ ÁæØð»æ? (A) IDSCOLSE (B) IDCSOLES (C) IDSCOLES (D) IDSCLOSE23. ÂýÍ× âñÅU ·ð¤ ¥ÿæÚUæð´ ×ð´ ·é¤ÀU âÕ‹Ï ãñÐ §âè ¥æÏæÚU ÂÚU ÎêâÚðU âñÅU ·ð¤ ¥ÿæÚUæð´ ·¤æ âãè âÕ‹Ï SÍæçÂÌ ·¤Úð´U Ñ AST : BRU : : NQV : ? (A) ORW (B) MPU (C) MRW (D) OPW24. ¥ÂýðÜ 1994 ×ð´ ç·¤Ù ÌæÚUè¹æð´ ×ð´ ÚUçßßæÚU ÂǸæ Íæ? (A) 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 (B) 3, 10, 17, 24 (C) 4, 11, 18, 25 (D) 1, 8, 15, 22, 2925. çِ٠·ý¤× ×ð´ âð »ÜÌ â´Øæ ·¤æð ¹æðçÁØð Ñ 125, 127, 130, 135, 142, 153, 165 (A) 130 (B) 142 (C) 153 (D) 16526. A,B,C,D ¥æñÚU E Âæ¡¿ ÂéSÌ·ð´¤ ãñ´Ð C ÂéSÌ·¤ D ·ð¤ ª¤ÂÚU ãñÐ E ÂéSÌ·¤ A ·ð¤ Ùè¿ð ÌÍæ B ÂéSÌ·¤ E ·ð¤ Ùè¿ð ãñÐ ·¤æñÙ âè ÂéSÌ·¤ âÕâð Ùè¿ð ãñ? (A) E (B) B (C) A (D) C27. Ìæç·ü¤·¤ Øéç€Ì ·¤æ ¥æÏæÚU ãñ Ñ (A) â´Õ´çÏÌ ¥æÏæÚU ßæ€Øæð´ ·¤è âˆØÌæ (B) â´Õ´çÏÌ ¥æÏæÚU ßæ€Øæð´ ·¤æ ßñÏ â´Õ´Ï (C) ÂýçÌ·¤æˆ×·¤ Öæáæ ·¤æ ÂýØæð» (D) âæÏæÚU‡æ Öæáæ ·¤æ ÂýØæð»WXYZ—00 13 P.T.O.
  • 28. Two propositions with the same subject and predicate terms but different in quality are : (A) Contradictory (B) Contrary (C) Subaltern (D) Identical29. The premises of a valid deductive argument : (A) Provide some evidence for its conclusion (B) Provide no evidence for its conclusion (C) Are irrelevant for its conclusion (D) Provide conclusive evidence for its conclusion30. Syllogistic reasoning is : (A) Deductive (B) Inductive (C) Experimental (D) Hypothetical Question Nos. 31 to 35 NOT FOR VISUALLY HANDICAPPED CANDIDATES Study the following Venn diagram and answer questions nos. 31 to 33. Three circles representing GRADUATES, CLERKS and GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES are intersecting. The intersections are marked A, B, C, e, f, g and h. Which part best represents the statements in questions 31 to 33 ?31. Some Graduates are Government employees but not as Clerks. (A) h (B) g (C) f (D) e32. Clerks who are graduates as well as government employees : (A) e (B) f (C) g (D) h33. Some graduates are Clerks but not Government employees. (A) f (B) g (C) h (D) eWXYZ—00 14
  • 28. Îæð Ì·ü¤ßæ€Ø çÁٷ𤠩gðàØ ¥æñÚU çßÏðØÂÎ â×æÙ ãñ´ Üðç·¤Ù »é‡æ çÖóæ ãñ´ ßð - (A) ÃØæƒææÌ·¤ ãñ´Ð (B) çßM¤h ãñ´Ð (C) »æñ‡æ ãñ´Ð (D) ÌæÎ成ط¤ ãñ´Ð29. ßñÏ çÙ»×Ùæˆ×·¤ Ì·ü¤ ·ð¤ ¥æÏæÚU ßæ€Ø Ñ (A) çÙc·¤áü ·ð¤ çÜØð ·é¤ÀU âæÿØ ÎðÌð ãñ´Ð (B) çÙc·¤áü ·ð¤ çÜØð ·¤æð§ü âæÿØ Ùãè´ ÎðÌð ãñ´Ð (C) çÙc·¤áü ·ð¤ çÜØð ¥Âýæâ´ç»·¤ ãñ´Ð (D) çÙc·¤áü ·ð¤ çÜØð çهææüØ·¤ âæÿØ ÎðÌð ãñ´Ð30. ‹ØæØØéç€Ì (çâÜæçÁS×) ãæðÌè ãñÐ (A) çÙ»×Ùæˆ×·¤ (B) ¥æ»×Ùæˆ×·¤ (C) ÂýØæð»æˆ×·¤ (D) Âý怷¤ËÂÙæˆ×·¤ Âýà٠ⴁØæ xv âð xz Ì·¤ ÎëçcÅU-çß·¤Üæ´·¤ ¥ØçÍüØæð´ ·ð¤ çÜ° Ùãè´ ãñÐ Ùè¿ð çÎØð »Øð ÒßðÙÓ ÇUæØ»ýæ× ·¤æ ¥ßÜæð·¤Ù ·¤Úð´UÐ §â×ð´ ÌèÙ ßëžæ »ýðÁé°ÅU, €Ü·ü¤ ¥æñÚU àææâ·¤èØ ·¤×ü¿æçÚUØæð´ ·¤æ ÂýçÌçÙçÏˆß ·¤ÚUÌð ãé° ÂÚUSÂÚU °·¤ ÎêâÚðU ·¤æð ·¤æÅU ÚUãð ãñ´Ð ·¤ÅðU ãé° ¥´àææð´ ·¤æð A,B,C ÌÍæ e, f, g, h âð ¥´ç·¤Ì ç·¤Øæ »Øæ ãñÐ §Ù×ð´ âð ·¤æñÙ âæ ¥´àæ Âýà٠ⴁØæ 31 âð 33 Ì·¤ ·ð¤ Ùè¿ð çÎØð »Øð ·¤ÍÙæð´ ·¤æ âÕâð ŸæðcÆU M¤Â ×ð´ ÂýçÌçÙçÏˆß ·¤ÚUÌæ ãñ?31. ·é¤ÀU »ýðÁé°ÅU àææâ·¤èØ ·¤×ü¿æÚUè ãñ´ Üðç·¤Ù €Ü·ü¤ Ùãè´ ãñ´Ð (A) h (B) g (C) f (D) e32. €Ü·ü¤ Áæð »ýðÁé°ÅU Öè ãñ´ ¥æñÚU àææâ·¤èØ ·¤×ü¿æÚUè Öè ãñ´ Ñ (A) e (B) f (C) g (D) h33. ·é¤ÀU »ýðÁé°ÅU €Ü·ü¤ ãñ´ Üðç·¤Ù àææâ·¤èØ ·¤×ü¿æÚUè Ùãè´ ãñ´ Ñ (A) f (B) g (C) h (D) eWXYZ—00 15 P.T.O.
  • Study the following graph and answer questions numbered from 34 to 35 :34. Which of the firms got maximum profit growth rate in the year 2006. (A) ab (B) ce (C) cd (D) ef35. Which of the firms got maximum profit growth rate in the year 2007. (A) bdf (B) acf (C) bcd (D) ace FOR BLIND STUDENTS ONLY Read the following passage carefully and answer the question numbers 31 to 35 : The ‘new’ women themselves soon began to play a role as writers and advocates reform. One outspoken woman princely ruler, the Begum of Bhopal, covered from head to foot in the garment known as a burqa, travelled widely to encourage education of girls. Pandita Ramabai (1858-1922), rigorously educated in Sanskrit classics, travelled throughout India to advocate women’s education and social reform and wrote tracts in support of her views. Widowed at age twenty five, she travelled to England to learn English and pursue medical studies, and became a convert to a Christianity she interpreted on her own terms. In 1888, she founded a home school for widows in Bombay, followed by another in Poona. A Deccani Brahman woman, Gangabai, founded one of the most successful female institutions, the Mahakali Pathshala (‘Great Kali School’) in Calcutta in 1893, intended to inculcate Hindu religious and moral principles; the school had the patronage of a wealthy landlord, the Maharaja of Darbhanga. A Bengali Muslim, Begum Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain (1880-1932), set upWXYZ—00 16
  • çِÙçÜç¹Ì »ýæȤ ·¤æ ¥ßÜæð·¤Ù ·¤Úð´U ¥æñÚU Âýà٠ⴁØæ 34 ¥æñÚU 35 ·¤æ ©žæÚU Îð´ Ñ34. âÙ÷ 2006 ×ð´ ·¤æñÙâè Ȥ×æðZ ·¤æ ÜæÖßëçh ÎÚU âÕâð ¥çÏ·¤ ÚUãæ ãñ? (A) ab (B) ce (C) cd (D) ef35. âÙ÷ 2007 ×ð´ ·¤æñÙ âè Ȥ×æðZ ·¤æ ÜæÖßëçh ÎÚU âÕâð ¥çÏ·¤ ÚUãè ãñ? (A) bdf (B) acf (C) bcd (D) ace Ùð˜æãèÙ çßlæçÍüØæð´ ·ð¤ çÜ° Ùè¿ð çΰ »° ¥ßÌÚU‡æ ·¤æð Âçɸ° ÌÍæ 31 âð 35 Ì·¤ ·ð¤ ÂýàÙæ𴠷𤠩žæÚU ÎèçÁ° Ñ ¥æÏéçÙ·¤ ×çãÜæ¥æð´ Ùð ÌéÚ´UÌ ãè Üð¹·¤æð´ ·¤è Öêç×·¤æ ¥Îæ ·¤ÚUÙè àæéL¤ ·¤ÚU Îè ãñ ÌÍæ âéÏæÚU ·¤è ß·¤æÜÌ ·¤èÐ °·¤ ×é¹ÚU ×çãÜæ ÚUæÁâè àææâ·¤, ÖæðÂæÜ ·¤è Õð$»×, çâÚU âð ÂñÚU Ì·¤ °·¤ ÂçÚUÏæÙ, çÁâð ÒÕéÚU·¤æÓ ·¤ãÌð ãñ´, âð ÉU·¤è ÚUãÌè Íè, Ùð ÕæçÜ·¤æ¥æð´ ·¤è çàæÿææ ·¤æð ÂýæðˆâæçãÌ ·¤ÚUÙð ·ð¤ çÜ° ÎêÚU-ÎêÚU Ì·¤ Øæ˜ææ°´ ·¤èР´çÇUÌæ ÚUæò×æÕæ§ü (1858-1922) çÁ‹ãæð´Ùð â´S·ë¤Ì àææS˜ææð´ ·¤è »êɸ çàæÿææ ÂýæŒÌ ·¤è Íè, ×çãÜæ¥æð´ ·¤è çàæÿææ ÌÍæ âæ×æçÁ·¤ âéÏæÚUæð´ ·¤è ß·¤æÜÌ ·¤ÚUÙð ·ð¤ çÜ° ÂêÚðU ÖæÚUÌ ·¤æ Öýׇæ ç·¤Øæ ÌÍæ ¥ÂÙð çß¿æÚUæð´ ·ð¤ â×ÍüÙ ·ð¤ çÜ° ܃æé Âç˜æ·¤æ°¡ çܹè´Ð 25 ßáü ·¤è ¥æØé ×ð´ çßÏßæ ãæðÙð ·ð¤ ÕæÎ, ¥´»ýðÁè ·¤æ ¥ŠØØÙ ·¤ÚUÙð ·ð¤ çÜ° ©‹ãæð´Ùð §´‚Üñ´ÇU ·¤è Øæ˜ææ°´ ·¤è ÌÍæ ç¿ç·¤ˆâæ ·ð¤ ÿæð˜æ ×ð´ ¥ÂÙæ ¥ŠØØÙ ¥æ»ð ÁæÚUè ÚU¹æ ÌÍæ Ï×ü ÂçÚUßÌüÙ ·¤ÚU §üâæ§ü ÕÙè ÌÍæ §â·¤è ¥ÂÙð É´U» âð ÃØæØæ ·¤èÐ 1888 ×ð´ ©‹ãæð´Ùð Õ´Õ§ü ×ð´ çßÏßæ¥æð´ ·ð¤ çÜ° °·¤ ãæð× S·ê¤Ü ·¤è SÍæÂÙæ ·¤è, çÁâ·¤è ÎêâÚUè àææ¹æ ÂêÙæ ×ð´ ¹éÜèÐ °·¤ Îçÿæ‡æ Õýæræ‡æ ×çãÜæ, »´»æÕæ§ü Ù𠷤ܷ¤žææ ×ð´ 1893 ×ð´ ×ãæ·¤æÜè ÂæÆUàææÜæ (Ò»ýðÅU ·¤æÜè S·ê¤ÜÓ) Ùæ× ·¤è ×çãÜæ¥æð´ ·¤è ¥ˆØ´Ì âÈ¤Ü â´SÍæ SÍæçÂÌ ·¤èÐ §â ·¤æ ©gðàØ çã´Îê Ï×ü ÌÍæ ÙñçÌ·¤ çâhæ‹Ìæð´ ·¤è ÂñÆU ·¤ÚUæÙæ ÍæÐ §â S·ê¤Ü ·¤æ â´ÚUÿæ·¤ °·¤ ÏÙè Á×è´ÎæÚU ÎÚUÖ´»æ ·¤æ ×ãæÚUæÁæ ÍæÐ °·¤WXYZ—00 17 P.T.O.
  • schools for girls, denounced extreme seclusion, and wrote extensively, including a brilliant satire, Sultana’s Dream (1905), in which the roles of men and women were reversed. In that imagined world, ‘Women’s intellects, untrammelled, devised such improvements as solar heat and air-machines; the population fully satisfied, there was no question of war; and men were kept in Zenana.’31. The ‘new’ women were : (A) Teachers (B) Princesses (C) Writers (D) House Wives32. A woman covered from head to foot in the garment known as a ‘burqa’ travelled widely to encourage : (A) Freedom of girls (B) Fought for their rights (C) Sending school (D) Education of girls33. A woman who studied in England and became Christian was : (A) Begum of Bhopal (B) Begum Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain (C) Ganga Bai (D) Pandita Ramabai34. Begum Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain wrote Sultana’s Dream, a satire showing : (A) Dominating women (B) The roles of men and women in reversed form (C) Dominating men (D) Men and Women in Zenana35. Two schools for widows were founded in : (A) Bombay and Poona (B) Bombay and Calcutta (C) Calcutta and Darbhanga (D) Calcutta and Poona36. The accounting software ‘Tally’ was developed by : (A) HCL (B) TCS (C) Infosys (D) Wipro37. Errors in computer programmes are called : (A) Follies (B) Mistakes (C) Bugs (D) Spam38. HTML is basically used to design : (A) Web-page (B) Web-site (C) Graphics (D) Tables and FramesWXYZ—00 18
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  • 39. ‘Micro Processing’ is made for : (A) Computer (B) Digital System (C) Calculator (D) Electronic Goods40. Information, a combination of graphics, text, sound, video and animation is called : (A) Multiprogramme (B) Multifacet (C) Multimedia (D) Multiprocess41. Which of the following pairs regarding typical composition of hospital wastes is incorrect ? (A) Plastic - 9 - 12% (B) Metals - 1 - 2% (C) Ceramic - 8 - 10% (D) Biodegradable - 35 - 40%42. Fresh water achieves its greatest density at : (A) 248 C (B) 08 C (C) 48 C (D) 22.58 C43. Which one of the following is not associated with earthquakes ? (A) Focus (B) Epicenter (C) Seismograph (D) Swells44. The tallest trees in the world are found in the region : (A) Equatorial region (B) Temperate region (C) Monsoon region (D) Mediterranean region45. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer from the codes given below : List - I List - II (National Parks) (States) (a) Periyar (i) Orissa (b) Nandan Kanan (ii) Kerala (c) Corbett National Park (iii) Rajasthan (d) Sariska Tiger Reserve (iv) Uttarakhand Codes : (a) (b) (c) (d) (A) (ii) (i) (iv) (iii) (B) (i) (ii) (iv) (iii) (C) (iii) (ii) (i) (iv) (D) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv)WXYZ—00 20
  • 39. Òâêÿ× Âýç·ý¤ØæÓ çِÙçÜç¹Ì ×ð´ âð ç·¤â·ð¤ çÜ° ÕÙè ãñ Ñ (A) ·¤ŒØêÅUÚU (B) çÇUÁèÅUÜ çâSÅU× (C) ·ð¤Ü·é¤ÜðÅUÚU (D) §Üñç€ÅþU·¤ »éÇ÷Uâ40. »ýæçȤ€â, ×êÜÂæÆU, ŠßçÙ, ßèçÇUØæð °ß´ âÁèßÌæ âð Øé€Ì âê¿Ùæ ·¤æð ·¤ãæ ÁæÌæ ãñ Ñ (A) ×ËÅUè Âýæð»ýæ× (B) ×ËÅUè Èð¤âðÅU (C) ×ËÅUè ×èçÇUØæ (D) ×ËÅUè Âýæðçââ41. çِÙçÜç¹Ì ¥SÂÌæÜ ¥ßçàæcÅU ·ð¤ çßçàæcÅU Âý·¤æÚU ·ð¤ Øé‚×æð´ ×ð´ âð ·¤æñÙ âæ âãè Ùãè´ ãñ? (A) ŒÜæçSÅU·¤ - 9 - 12% (B) ÏæÌé - 1 - 2% (C) ×ëçÌ·¤æ - 8 - 10% (D) Áñß-¥ß·ý¤ç×Ì - 35 - 40%42. SߑÀU ÁÜ ¥çÏ·¤Ì× ƒæÙˆß ÂýæŒÌ ·¤ÚUÌæ ãñ ÂÚU - (A) 248 âð.»ýð. (B) 08 âð.»ýð. (C) 48 âð.»ýð. (D) 22.58 âð.»ýð.43. çِÙçÜç¹Ì ×ð´ âð ·¤æñÙâæ Öê·¤Â âð âÕç‹ÏÌ Ùãè´ ãñ? (A) ·ð¤‹Îý (B) ¥çÏ·ð¤‹Îý (C) Öê·¤ÂÜð¹è (D) ©ÖÚUÙæ/ÕɸÙæ44. çßàß ×ð´ âÕâð ÕǸð ÂðǸ ç·¤â ÂýÎðàæ ×ð´ ÂæØð ÁæÌð ãñ´Ð (A) Öê׊ØÚðU¹èØ ÂýÎðàæ (B) çàæÌæðc‡æ ÂýÎðàæ (C) ×æÙâêÙ ÂýÎðàæ (D) Öê׊Øâæ»ÚUèØ ÂýÎðàæ45. âê¿è-I ·¤æð âê¿è-II âð ç×ÜæÌð ãé° çÎØð »Øð ·¤æðÇU ·¤æ ÂýØæð» ·¤ÚU·ð¤ âãè ©žæÚU ÎèçÁ°Ð âê¿è - I âê¿è - II (ÚUæcÅþUèØ ©læÙ) (ÚUæ’Ø) (a) ÂðÚUèØæÚU (i) ©çǸâæ (b) ًÎÙ ·¤æÙÙ (ii) ·ð¤ÚUÜ (c) ·¤æÕðüÅU ÚUæcÅþUèØ ©læÙ (iii) ÚUæÁSÍæÙ (d) âçÚUS·¤æ Õæƒæ ÚUçÿæÌ ÿæñ˜æ (iv) ©žæÚU湇ÇU ·¤æðÇU Ñ (a) (b) (c) (d) (A) (ii) (i) (iv) (iii) (B) (i) (ii) (iv) (iii) (C) (iii) (ii) (i) (iv) (D) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv)WXYZ—00 21 P.T.O.
  • 46. According to Radhakrishnan Commission, the aim of Higher Education is : (A) To develop the democratic values, peace and harmony (B) To develop great personalities who can give their contributions in politics, administration, industry and commerce (C) Both (A) and (B) (D) None of these47. The National Museum at New Delhi is attached to : (A) Delhi University (B) a Deemed University (C) a Subordinate Office of the JNU (D) Part of Ministry of Tourism and Culture48. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer from the code given below : List - I List - II (Institutions) (Locations) (a) National Law Institute (i) Shimla (b) Indian Institute of Advanced Studies (ii) Bhopal (c) National Judicial Academy (iii) Hyderabad (d) National Savings Institute (iv) Nagpur Codes : (a) (b) (c) (d) (A) (iii) (ii) (iv) (i) (B) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (C) (iv) (iii) (i) (ii) (D) (iii) (i) (ii) (iv)49. Election of Rural and Urban local bodies are conducted and ultimately supervised by : (A) Election Commission of India (B) State Election Commission (C) District Collector and District Magistrate (D) Concerned Returning Officer50. Which opinion is not correct ? (A) Education is a subject of concurrent list of VII schedule of Constitution of India (B) University Grants Commission is a statutory body (C) Patent, inventions, design, copyright and trade marks are the subject of concurrent list (D) Indian Council of Social Science Research is a statutory body related to research in social sciences -oOo-WXYZ—00 22
  • 46. ÚUæÏæ·ë¤c‡æÙ ¥æØæ𻠷𤠥ÙéâæÚU ©“æ çàæÿææ ·¤æ ©gðàØ ãñ Ñ (A) Üæð·¤Ìæ´ç˜æ·¤ ×êËØæð´ °ß´ àææ´çÌ ß âæñãæÎýü ·¤æ çß·¤æâ ·¤ÚUÙæ (B) ÚUæÁÙèçÌ, ÂýàææâÙ, ©læð» ÌÍæ ßæç‡æ’Ø ×ð´ Øæð»ÎæÙ ÎðÙð ßæÜð ×ãˆßÂê‡æü ÃØç€Ìˆßæð´ ·¤æ çÙ×æü‡æ (C) (A) °ß´ (B) ÎæðÙæð´ (D) ©ÂØéü€Ì ×ð´ âð ·¤æð§ü Ùãè´47. Ù§ü çÎËÜè çSÍÌ ÚUæcÅþUèØ â´»ýãæÜØ âÕh ãñ Ñ (A) çÎËÜè çßàßçßlæÜØ (B) °·¤ â× çßàßçßlæÜØ (C) Áð.°Ù.Øê. ·¤æ ¥ÏèÙSÍ ·¤æØæüÜØ (D) ÂØüÅUÙ °ß´ â´S·ë¤çÌ ×´˜ææÜØ ·¤æ Öæ»48. âê¿è-I ·¤æð âê¿è-II âð ç×ÜæÌð ãé° çÎØð »Øð ·¤æðÇU ·¤æ ÂýØæð» ·¤ÚU·ð¤ âãè ©žæÚU ÎèçÁ° Ñ âê¿è - I âê¿è - II (â´SÍæ°´) (©Ù·¤æ SÍæÙ) (a) ÚUæcÅþUèØ çßçÏ â´SÍæÙ (i) çàæ×Üæ (b) ÖæÚUÌèØ ©“æ ¥ŠØØÙ â´SÍæÙ (ii) ÖæðÂæÜ (c) ÚUæcÅþUèØ ‹ØæçØ·¤ ¥·¤æÎ×è (iii) ãñÎÚUæÕæÎ (d) ÚUæcÅþUèØ Õ¿Ì â´SÍæÙ (iv) Ùæ»ÂéÚU ·¤æðÇU Ñ (a) (b) (c) (d) (A) (iii) (ii) (iv) (i) (B) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (C) (iv) (iii) (i) (ii) (D) (iii) (i) (ii) (iv)49. »ýæ×è‡æ ¥æñÚU Ù»ÚUèØ â´SÍæ¥æ𴠷𤠿éÙæßæð´ ·¤æ ¥æØæðÁÙ ¥æñÚU ¥ç‹Ì× ÂØüßðÿæ‡æ ç·¤Øæ ÁæÌæ ãñ? (A) ÖæÚUÌ ·¤æ çÙßæü¿Ù ¥æØæð» (B) ÚUæ’Ø çÙßæü¿Ù ¥æØæð» (C) çÁÜæ ·¤Üñ€ÅUÚU °ß´ çÁÜæ ×çÁSÅþðUÅU (D) âÕç‹ÏÌ çÚUÅUçÙZ» ¥æçȤâÚU50. çِÙçÜç¹Ì ×ð´ âð ·¤æñÙ âæ ¥çÖ×Ì âãè Ùãè´ ãñ? (A) çàæÿææ, ÖæÚUÌ ·ð¤ â´çßÏæÙ ·¤è âæÌßè´ ¥Ùéâê¿è ·¤è â×ßÌèü âê¿è ·¤æ çßáØ ãñ (B) çßàßçßlæÜØ ¥ÙéÎæÙ ¥æØæð» °·¤ âæ´çßçÏ·¤ çÙ·¤æØ ãñ (C) °·¤Sß ¥çÏ·¤æÚU, ¥æçßc·¤æÚU, ¥çÖ·¤Ë ÂýçÌç܌ØæçÏ·¤æÚU ¥æñÚU ÅþðÇU×æ·ü¤ â×ßÌèü âê¿è ·ð¤ çßáØ ãñ´ (D) â×æÁ çߙææÙ ×ð´ àææðÏ âð âÕç‹ÏÌ ÒÖæÚUÌèØ âæ×æçÁ·¤ çߙææÙ àææðÏ ÂçÚUáÎÓ °·¤ âæ´çßçÏ·¤ çÙ·¤æØ ãñ -oOo-WXYZ—00 23 P.T.O.
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