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    • PAPER-ISignature and Name of Invigilator1. (Signature) __________________________ OMR Sheet No. : ............................................ (Name) ____________________________ (To be filled by the Candidate)2. (Signature) __________________________ Roll No. (Name) ____________________________ (In figures as per admission card) Roll No.________________________________ J 001Time : 1 /4 hours] 1 2 Test Booklet Code Z (In words) [Maximum Marks : 100Number of Pages in this Booklet : 16 Number of Questions in this Booklet : 60 Instructions for the Candidates ¯Ö¸üßõÖÖÙ£ÖµÖÖë Ûêú ×»Ö‹ ×®Ö¤ìü¿Ö1. Write your roll number in the space provided on the top of 1. ¯ÖÆü»Öê ¯Öéšü Ûêú ‰ú¯Ö¸ü ×®ÖµÖŸÖ Ã£ÖÖ®Ö ¯Ö¸ü †¯Ö®ÖÖ ¸üÖê»Ö ®Ö´²Ö¸ü ×»Ö×ÜÖ‹ … this page. 2. ‡ÃÖ ¯ÖÏ¿®Ö-¯Ö¡Ö ´Öë ÃÖÖšü (60) ²ÖÆãü×¾ÖÛú»¯ÖßµÖ ¯ÖÏ¿®Ö Æïü, וִ֮Öë ÃÖê ˆ´´Öߤü¾ÖÖ¸ü2. This paper consists of sixty (60) multiple-choice type of ÛúÖê ×ÛúÃÖß ³Öß ¯Ö“ÖÖÃÖ (50) ¯ÖÏ¿®Ö ÛúÖ ˆ¢Ö¸ü ¤êü®ÖÖ ÆüÖêÝÖÖ … ˆ´´Öߤü¾ÖÖ¸ü «üÖ¸üÖ questions, out of which the candidate would be required to ¯Ö“ÖÖÃÖ ÃÖê †×¬ÖÛú ¯ÖÏ¿®ÖÖë ÛúÖ ˆ¢Ö¸ü ¤êü®Öê ¯Ö¸ü ˆ´´Öߤü¾ÖÖ¸ü «üÖ¸üÖ ×¤üµÖê ÝÖµÖê ¯ÖÏ£Ö´Ö answer any fifty (50) questions. In the event of the candidate ¯Ö“ÖÖÃÖ ¯ÖÏ¿®ÖÖë ÛúÖ ´Ö滵ÖÖÓÛú®Ö ×ÛúµÖÖ •ÖÖµÖêÝÖÖ … attempting more than fifty questions, the first fifty questions 3. ¯Ö¸üßõÖÖ ¯ÖÏÖ¸ü´³Ö ÆüÖê®Öê ¯Ö¸ü, ¯ÖÏ¿®Ö-¯Öã×ßÖÛúÖ †Ö¯ÖÛúÖê ¤êü ¤üß •ÖÖµÖêÝÖß … ¯ÖÆü»Öê attempted by the Candidate would be evaluated. ¯ÖÖÑ“Ö ×´Ö®Ö™ü †Ö¯ÖÛúÖê ¯ÖÏ¿®Ö-¯Öã×ßÖÛúÖ ÜÖÖê»Ö®Öê ŸÖ£ÖÖ ˆÃÖÛúß ×®Ö´®Ö×»Ö×ÜÖŸÖ3. At the commencement of examination, the question booklet •ÖÖÑ“Ö Ûêú ×»Ö‹ פüµÖê •ÖÖµÖëÝÖê, וÖÃÖÛúß •ÖÖÑ“Ö †Ö¯ÖÛúÖê †¾Ö¿µÖ Ûú¸ü®Öß Æîü : will be given to you. In the first 5 minutes, you are requested (i) ¯ÖÏ¿®Ö-¯Öã×ßÖÛúÖ ÜÖÖê»Ö®Öê Ûêú ×»Ö‹ ˆÃÖÛêú Ûú¾Ö¸ü ¯Öê•Ö ¯Ö¸ü »ÖÝÖß ÛúÖÝÖ•Ö to open the booklet and compulsorily examine it as below : Ûúß ÃÖᯙ ÛúÖê ±úÖ›Ìü »Öë … ÜÖã»Öß Æãü‡Ô µÖÖ ×²Ö®ÖÖ Ã™üßÛú¸ü-ÃÖᯙ Ûúß (i) To have access to the Question Booklet, tear off the paper ¯Öã×ßÖÛúÖ Ã¾ÖßÛúÖ¸ü ®Ö Ûú¸ëü … seal on the edge of this cover page. Do not accept a booklet (ii) Ûú¾Ö¸ü ¯Öéšü ¯Ö¸ü ”û¯Öê ×®Ö¤ìü¿ÖÖ®ÖãÃÖÖ¸ü ¯ÖÏ¿®Ö-¯Öã×ßÖÛúÖ Ûêú ¯Öéšü ŸÖ£ÖÖ ¯ÖÏ¿®ÖÖë without sticker-seal and do not accept an open booklet. Ûúß ÃÖÓܵÖÖ ÛúÖê †“”ûß ŸÖ¸üÆü “ÖîÛú Ûú¸ü »Öë ×Ûú µÖê ¯Öæ¸êü Æïü … ¤üÖêÂÖ¯ÖæÞÖÔ (ii) Tally the number of pages and number of questions in ¯Öã×ßÖÛúÖ ×•Ö®Ö´Öë ¯Öéšü/¯ÖÏ¿®Ö Ûú´Ö ÆüÖë µÖÖ ¤ãü²ÖÖ¸üÖ †Ö ÝÖµÖê ÆüÖë µÖÖ ÃÖß׸üµÖ»Ö the booklet with the information printed on the cover ´Öë ®Ö ÆüÖë †£ÖÖÔŸÖ ×ÛúÃÖß ³Öß ¯ÖÏÛúÖ¸ü Ûúß ¡Öã×™ü¯ÖæÞÖÔ ¯Öã×ßÖÛúÖ Ã¾ÖßÛúÖ¸ü ®Ö page. Faulty booklets due to pages/questions missing Ûú¸ëü ŸÖ£ÖÖ ˆÃÖß ÃÖ´ÖµÖ ˆÃÖê »ÖÖî™üÖÛú¸ü ˆÃÖÛêú ãÖÖ®Ö ¯Ö¸ü ¤æüÃÖ¸üß ÃÖÆüß or duplicate or not in serial order or any other ¯ÖÏ¿®Ö-¯Öã×ßÖÛúÖ »Öê »Öë … ‡ÃÖÛêú ×»Ö‹ †Ö¯ÖÛúÖê ¯ÖÖÑ“Ö ×´Ö®Ö™ü פüµÖê discrepancy should be got replaced immediately by a •ÖÖµÖëÝÖê … ˆÃÖÛêú ²ÖÖ¤ü ®Ö ŸÖÖê †Ö¯ÖÛúß ¯ÖÏ¿®Ö-¯Öã×ßÖÛúÖ ¾ÖÖ¯ÖÃÖ »Öß •ÖÖµÖêÝÖß correct booklet from the invigilator within the period of 5 minutes. Afterwards, neither the Question Booklet †Öî¸ü ®Ö Æüß †Ö¯ÖÛúÖê †×ŸÖ׸üŒŸÖ ÃÖ´ÖµÖ ×¤üµÖÖ •ÖÖµÖêÝÖÖ … will be replaced nor any extra time will be given. (iii) ‡ÃÖ •ÖÖÑ“Ö Ûêú ²ÖÖ¤ü ¯ÖÏ¿®Ö-¯Öã×ßÖÛúÖ ÛúÖ ÛúÖê›ü OMR ¯Ö¡ÖÛú ¯Ö¸ü †Ó×ÛúŸÖ (iii) After this verification is over, the Test Booklet Code Ûú¸ëü †Öî¸ü OMR ¯Ö¡ÖÛú Ûúß ÛÎú´Ö ÃÖÓܵÖÖ ‡ÃÖ ¯ÖÏ¿®Ö-¯Öã×ßÖÛúÖ ¯Ö¸ü should be entered in the OMR Sheet and the OMR Sheet †Ó×ÛúŸÖ Ûú¸ü ¤ëü … Number should be entered on this Test Booklet. 4. ¯ÖÏŸµÖêÛú ¯ÖÏ¿®Ö Ûêú ×»Ö‹ “ÖÖ¸ü ˆ¢Ö¸ü ×¾ÖÛú»¯Ö (A), (B), (C) ŸÖ£ÖÖ (D) פüµÖê ÝÖµÖê Æïü … †Ö¯ÖÛúÖê ÃÖÆüß ˆ¢Ö¸ü Ûêú ¾Öé¢Ö ÛúÖê ¯Öê®Ö ÃÖê ³Ö¸üÛú¸ü ÛúÖ»ÖÖ Ûú¸ü®ÖÖ Æîü4. Each item has four alternative responses marked (A), (B), (C) •ÖîÃÖÖ ×Ûú ®Öß“Öê פüÜÖÖµÖÖ ÝÖµÖÖ Æîü … and (D). You have to darken the circle as indicated below on ˆ¤üÖÆü¸üÞÖ : the correct response against each item. •Ö²Ö×Ûú (C) ÃÖÆüß ˆ¢Ö¸ü Æîü … Example : 5. ¯ÖÏ¿®Ö-¯Ö¡Ö I †Öî¸ü ¯ÖÏ¿®Ö-¯Ö¡Ö II Ûêú ×»Ö‹ ‹Ûú Æüß OMR ¯Ö¡ÖÛú Æîü •ÖÖê ‡ÃÖ ¯ÖÏ¿®Ö where (C) is the correct response. ¯Öã×ßÖÛúÖ Ûêú †®¤ü¸ü פüµÖÖ ÝÖµÖÖ Æîü … ¯ÖÏ¿®ÖÖë Ûêú ˆ¢Ö¸ü Ûêú¾Ö»Ö OMR ¯Ö¡ÖÛú5. Your responses to the items are to be indicated in the OMR ¯Ö¸ü Æüß †Ó×ÛúŸÖ Ûú¸ü®Öê Æïü … µÖפü †Ö¯Ö OMR ¯Ö¡ÖÛú ¯Ö¸ü פüµÖê ÝÖµÖê ¾Öé¢Ö Ûêú Sheet given inside this Booklet, which is common for †»ÖÖ¾ÖÖ ×ÛúÃÖß †®µÖ ãÖÖ®Ö ¯Ö¸ü ˆ¢Ö¸ü דÖÅ®ÖÖÓ×ÛúŸÖ Ûú¸ŸÖêü Æïü, ŸÖÖê ˆÃÖÛúÖ Paper I and Paper II. If you mark at any place other than in ´Ö滵ÖÖÓÛú®Ö ®ÖÆüà ÆüÖêÝÖÖ … the circle in the OMR Sheet, it will not be evaluated. 6. †®¤ü¸ü פüµÖê ÝÖµÖê ×®Ö¤ìü¿ÖÖë ÛúÖê ¬µÖÖ®Ö¯Öæ¾ÖÔÛú ¯ÖœÌëü …6. Read instructions given inside carefully. 7. Ûú““ÖÖ ÛúÖ´Ö (Rough Work) ‡ÃÖ ¯Öã×ßÖÛúÖ Ûêú †×®ŸÖ´Ö ¯Öéšü ¯Ö¸ü Ûú¸ëü …7. Rough Work is to be done in the end of this booklet. 8. µÖפü †Ö¯Ö OMR ¯Ö¡ÖÛú ¯Ö¸ü ×®ÖµÖŸÖ Ã£ÖÖ®Ö Ûêú †»ÖÖ¾ÖÖ †¯Ö®ÖÖ ®ÖÖ´Ö, ¸üÖê»Ö8. If you write your Name, Roll Number, Phone Number or put ®Ö´²Ö¸ü, ±úÖê®Ö ®Ö´²Ö¸ü µÖÖ ÛúÖê‡Ô ³Öß ‹êÃÖÖ ×“ÖÅ®Ö ×•ÖÃÖÃÖê †Ö¯ÖÛúß ¯ÖÆü“ÖÖ®Ö ÆüÖê any mark on any part of the OMR Sheet, except for the space ÃÖÛêú, †Ó×ÛúŸÖ Ûú¸üŸÖê Æïü †£Ö¾ÖÖ †³Ö¦ü ³ÖÖÂÖÖ ÛúÖ ¯ÖϵÖÖêÝÖ Ûú¸üŸÖê Æïü, µÖÖ ÛúÖê‡Ô allotted for the relevant entries, which may disclose your †®µÖ †®Öã×“ÖŸÖ ÃÖÖ¬Ö®Ö ÛúÖ ¯ÖϵÖÖêÝÖ Ûú¸üŸÖê Æïü, ŸÖÖê ¯Ö¸üßõÖÖ Ûêú ×»ÖµÖê †µÖÖêÝµÖ identity, or use abusive language or employ any other unfair ‘ÖÖê×ÂÖŸÖ ×ÛúµÖê •ÖÖ ÃÖÛúŸÖê Æïü … means, you will render yourself liable to disqualification. 9. †Ö¯ÖÛúÖê ¯Ö¸üßõÖÖ ÃÖ´ÖÖ¯ŸÖ ÆüÖê®Öê ¯Ö¸ü ¯ÖÏ¿®Ö-¯Öã×ßÖÛúÖ ‹¾ÖÓ OMR ´Öæ»Ö ¯Ö¡ÖÛú9. You have to return the test question booklet and OMR Original ×®Ö¸üßõÖÛú ´ÖÆüÖê¤üµÖ ÛúÖê »ÖÖî™üÖ®ÖÖ †Ö¾Ö¿µÖÛú Æîü †Öî¸ü ¯Ö¸üßõÖÖ ÃÖ´ÖÖׯŸÖ Ûêú ²ÖÖ¤ü Sheet to the invigilators at the end of the examination ˆÃÖê †¯Ö®Öê ÃÖÖ£Ö ¯Ö¸üßõÖÖ ³Ö¾Ö®Ö ÃÖê ²ÖÖÆü¸ü ®Ö »ÖêÛú¸ü •ÖÖµÖë … ÆüÖ»ÖÖÓ×Ûú †Ö¯Ö compulsorily and must not carry it with you outside the ¯Ö¸üßõÖÖ ÃÖ´ÖÖׯŸÖ ¯Ö¸ü OMR ¯Ö¡ÖÛú Ûúß ›ãü¯»ÖßÛêú™ü ¯ÖÏ×ŸÖ †¯Ö®Öê ÃÖÖ£Ö »Öê •ÖÖ Examination Hall. You are however, allowed to carry duplicate ÃÖÛúŸÖê Æïü … copy of OMR Sheet on conclusion of examination. 10. Ûêú¾Ö»Ö ®Öß»Öê/ÛúÖ»Öê ²ÖÖ»Ö ¯¾ÖÖ‡Õ™ü ¯Öê®Ö ÛúÖ Æüß ‡ÃŸÖê´ÖÖ»Ö Ûú¸ëü …10. Use only Blue/Black Ball point pen. 11. ×ÛúÃÖß ³Öß ¯ÖÏÛúÖ¸ü ÛúÖ ÃÖÓÝÖÞÖÛú (Ûîú»ÖÛãú»Öê™ü¸ü) µÖÖ »ÖÖÝÖ ™êü²Ö»Ö †Öפü ÛúÖ11. Use of any calculator or log table etc., is prohibited. ¯ÖϵÖÖêÝÖ ¾ÖÙ•ÖŸÖ Æîü …12. There is no negative marks for incorrect answers. 12. ÝÖ»ÖŸÖ ˆ¢Ö¸üÖë Ûêú ×»Ö‹ ÛúÖê‡Ô †ÓÛú ÛúÖ™êü ®ÖÆüà •ÖÖ‹ÑÝÖê …Z-00 P.T.O.
    • FOR OFFICE USE ONLY Marks Obtained Obtained Question Obtained Obtained Question Number Question Number Number Marks Marks Marks 1 21 41 2 22 42 3 23 43 4 24 44 5 25 45 6 26 46 7 27 47 8 28 48 9 29 49 10 30 50 11 31 51 12 32 52 13 33 53 14 34 54 15 35 55 16 36 56 17 37 57 18 38 58 19 39 59 20 40 60 Total Marks Obtained (in words) ........................................... (in figures) .......................................... Signature & Name of the Coordinator ................................... (Evaluation) Date .........................Z-00 2
    • Paper – I ¯ÖÏ¿®Ö¯Ö¡Ö – INote : • This paper contains Sixty (60) multiple choice questions, each question carrying two (2) marks. • Candidate is expected to answer any Fifty (50) questions. • In case more than Fifty (50) questions are attempted, only the first Fifty (50) questions will be evaluated.®ÖÖê™ : • ‡ÃÖ ¯ÖÏ¿®Ö¯Ö¡Ö ´Öë ÃÖÖšü (60) ²ÖÆãü×¾ÖÛú»¯Öß Ö ¯ÖÏ¿®Ö Æïü … ¯ÖÏŸ ÖêÛú ¯ÖÏ¿®Ö Ûêú ¤üÖê (2) †ÓÛú Æïü … • †³ Ö£Öá ÛúÖê ÛúÖê‡Ô ³Öß ¯Ö“ÖÖÃÖ (50) ¯ÖÏ¿®ÖÖë Ûêú ˆ¢Ö¸ü ¤êü®Öê Æïü … • Öפü ¯Ö“ÖÖÃÖ (50) ÃÖê †×¬ÖÛú ¯ÖÏ¿®ÖÖë Ûêú ˆ¢Ö¸ü פü Öê ŸÖÖê ¯ÖÏ£Ö´Ö ¯Ö“ÖÖÃÖ (50) ¯ÖÏ¿®Ö Æüß •ÖÖÑ“Öê •ÖÖ ÖëÝÖê …1. Which of the following rights was 1. ›üÖò. ²Öß.†Ö¸ü. †´²Öê›üÛú¸ü ®Öê ×®Ö´®Ö †×¬ÖÛúÖ¸üÖë ´Öë ÃÖê considered the “Heart and Soul” of the Indian Constitution by Dr. B.R. ×ÛúÃÖê ³ÖÖ¸üŸÖß Ö ÃÖÓ×¾Ö¬ÖÖ®Ö ÛúÖ ‘Çü¤ü Ö †Öî¸ü †ÖŸ´ÖÖ’ Ambedkar ? ÛúÆüÖ £ÖÖ ? (A) Freedom of Speech (A) †×³Ö¾ Ö׌ŸÖ Ûúß Ã¾ÖŸÖÓ¡ÖŸÖÖ (B) Right to Equality (B) ÃÖ´ÖÖ®ÖŸÖÖ ÛúÖ †×¬ÖÛúÖ¸ü (C) Right to Freedom of Religion (C) ¬ÖÖÙ´ÖÛú þ֟ÖÓ¡ÖŸÖÖ ÛúÖ †×¬ÖÛúÖ¸ü (D) Right to Constitutional Remedies (D) ÃÖÓ¾Öî¬ÖÖ×®ÖÛú ˆ¯Ö“ÖÖ¸üÖë ÛúÖ †×¬ÖÛúÖ¸ü2. Who among the following created the 2. ×®Ö´®Ö×»Ö×ÜÖŸÖ ´Öë ÃÖê ×ÛúÃÖ®Öê ³ÖÖ¸üŸÖ ´Öë וֻÖÖ Ûú»Öꌙü¸ü office of the District Collector in India ? (A) Lord Cornwallis ÛúÖ ¯Ö¤ü ÃÖé×•ÖŸÖ ×Ûú ÖÖ ? (B) Warren Hastings (A) »ÖÖò›Ôü ÛúÖ®ÖÔ¾ÖÖ×»ÖÃÖ (C) The Royal Commission on (B) ¾ÖÖ¸êü®Ö ÆîüØÙüÝ•Ö Decentralisation (C) ¤ü ¸üÖò Ö»Ö Ûú´Öß¿Ö®Ö †Öò®Ö ×›üÃÖê®™Òêü»ÖÖ‡•Öê¿Ö®Ö (D) Sir Charles Metcalfe (D) ÃÖ¸ü “ÖÖ»ÃÖÔ ´Öê™üÛúÖò±ú3. The Fundamental Duties of a citizen include 3. ‹Ûú ®ÖÖÝÖ׸üÛú Ûêú ´Öæ»Ö Ûú¢ÖÔ¾ ÖÖë ´Öë ÃÖ×´´Ö×»ÖŸÖ Æïü : 1. Respect for the Constitution, the 1. ÃÖÓ×¾Ö¬ÖÖ®Ö, ¸üÖ™Òüß Ö ¬¾Ö•Ö ¾Ö ¸üÖ™ÒüÝÖÖ®Ö ÛúÖ National Flag and the National ÃÖ´´ÖÖ®Ö Anthem 2. ¾Öî–ÖÖ×®ÖÛú ´Ö®Ö:×ãÖ×ŸÖ ÛúÖ ×¾ÖÛúÖÃÖ 2. To develop the scientific temper. 3. ÃÖ¸üÛúÖ¸ü Ûêú ¯ÖÏ×ŸÖ ÃÖ´´ÖÖ®Ö 3. Respect for the Government. 4. ¾Ö® Ö •Öß¾ÖÖë Ûúß ¸üõÖÖ 4. To protect Wildlife. Choose the correct answer from the ×®Ö´®Ö×»Ö×ÜÖŸÖ Ûæú™ü ´Öë ÃÖê ÃÖÆüß ˆ¢Ö¸ü “Öã×®Ö Öê : codes given below : Ûæú™ü : Codes : (A) 1, 2 ¾Ö 3 (A) 1, 2 and 3 (B) 1, 2 ¾Ö 4 (B) 1, 2 and 4 (C) 2, 3 ¾Ö 4 (C) 2, 3 and 4 (D) 1, 3, 4 ¾Ö 2 (D) 1, 3, 4 and 24. The President of India takes oath 4. ³ÖÖ¸üŸÖ ÛúÖ ¸üÖ™Òü¯Ö×ŸÖ ¿Ö¯Ö£Ö »ÖêŸÖÖ Æîü (A) to uphold the sovereignty and (A) ³ÖÖ¸üŸÖ Ûúß ¯ÖϳÖãÃÖ¢ÖÖ †Öî¸ü †ÜÖÞ›üŸÖÖ ÛúÖê integrity of India. ²Ö®ÖÖ‹ ¸üÜÖ®Öê Ûúß … (B) to bear true faith and allegiance to (B) ³ÖÖ¸üŸÖ Ûêú ÃÖÓ×¾Ö¬ÖÖ®Ö ´Öë ÃÖŸ Ö×®ÖšüÖ †Öî¸ü the Constitution of India. ×¾Ö¿¾ÖÖÃÖ Ûúß … (C) to uphold the Constitution and (C) ¤êü¿Ö Ûêú ÃÖÓ×¾Ö¬ÖÖ®Ö †Öî¸ü ÛúÖ®Öæ®Ö ÛúÖê ²Ö®ÖÖ‹ Laws of the country. (D) to preserve, protect and defend ¸üÜÖ®Öê Ûúß … the Constitution and the law of (D) ¤êü¿Ö Ûêú ÃÖÓ×¾Ö¬ÖÖ®Ö †Öî¸ü ÛúÖ®Öæ®Ö ÛúÖê ÃÖÓ¸ü×õÖŸÖ, the country. ÃÖã¸ü×õÖŸÖ ‹¾ÖÓ ¯ÖÏןָü×õÖŸÖ Ûú¸ü®Öê Ûúß …Z-00 3 P.T.O.
    • 5. If you get an opportunity to teach a 5. Öפü †Ö¯ÖÛúÖê ÃÖÖ´ÖÖ® Ö ×¾ÖªÖÙ£Ö ÖÖë Ûêú ÃÖÖ£Ö-ÃÖÖ£Ö visually challenged student along with ¥ü×™üÆüß®Ö ×¾ÖªÖ£Öá ÛúÖê ¯ÖœÌüÖ®Öê ÛúÖ †¾ÖÃÖ¸ü ×´Ö»Öê, ŸÖÖê normal students, what type of treatment †Ö¯Ö ÛúõÖÖ ´Öë ×ÛúÃÖ ¯ÖÏÛúÖ¸ü ˆÃÖÛêú ÃÖÖ£Ö ¾ Ö¾ÖÆüÖ¸ü would you like to give him in the class ? Ûú¸ü®ÖÖ “ÖÖÆëüÝÖê ? (A) Not giving extra attention because (A) †×ŸÖ׸üŒŸÖ ¬ ÖÖ®Ö ®ÖÆüà ¤êü®ÖÖ Œ ÖÖë×Ûú †×¬ÖÛúÖÓ¿Ö majority may suffer. ÛúÖê ÆüÖ×®Ö ˆšüÖ®Öß ¯Ö›Ìü ÃÖÛúŸÖß Æîü … (B) Take care of him sympathetically (B) ÛúõÖÖ ´Öë ÃÖÆüÖ®Öã³Öæ×ŸÖ ÃÖê ˆÃÖÛúß ¤êüÜÖ ¸êüÜÖ in the class- room. Ûú¸ü®ÖÖ … (C) You will think that blindness is (C) †Ö¯Ö ÃÖÖê“ÖëÝÖê ×Ûú †®¬ÖÖ¯Ö®Ö ˆÃÖÛúÖ ³ÖÖÝ Ö Æîü his destiny and hence you cannot †Öî¸ü ‡ÃÖ×»Ö Öê †Ö¯Ö Ûãú”û ®ÖÆüà Ûú¸ü ÃÖÛúŸÖê Æïü… do anything. (D) †ÖÝÖê Ûúß ¯ÖÓ׌ŸÖ ´Öë ÃÖß™ü Ûúß ¾ Ö¾ÖãÖÖ Ûú¸ü®ÖÖ (D) Arrange a seat in the front row and try to teach at a pace †Öî¸ü ˆÃÖÛêú ×»Ö Öê ÃÖã×¾Ö¬ÖÖ•Ö®ÖÛú ÝÖ×ŸÖ ÃÖê ¯ÖœÌüÖ®Öê convenient to him. Ûúß ÛúÖê×¿Ö¿Ö Ûú¸ü®ÖÖ …6. Which of the following is not a 6. ×®Ö´®Ö×»Ö×ÜÖŸÖ ´Öë ÃÖê Œ ÖÖ ˆ¢Ö´Ö ˆ¯Ö»Öײ¬Ö ¯Ö¸üßõÖÞÖ Ûúß characteristic of a good achievement ×¾Ö¿ÖêÂÖŸÖÖ ®ÖÆüà Æîü ? test ? (A) ×¾Ö¿¾ÖÃÖ®Öß ÖŸÖÖ (B) ¾ÖßÖã×®ÖšüŸÖÖ (A) Reliability (B) Objectivity (C) †Ã¯Ö™üŸÖÖ (D) ¾Öî¬ÖŸÖÖ (C) Ambiguity (D) Validity7. Which of the following does not belong 7. ×®Ö´®Ö×»Ö×ÜÖŸÖ ´Öë ÃÖê Œ ÖÖ ¯ÖÏõÖê×¯ÖŸÖ ÃÖÖ¬Ö®Ö ´Öë ®ÖÆüà †ÖŸÖÖ to a projected aid ? Æîü ? (A) Overhead projector (A) †Öê¾Ö¸üÆîü›ü ¯ÖÏÖê•Öꌙü¸ü (B) Blackboard (B) ²»ÖîÛú²ÖÖê›Ôü (C) Epidiascope (C) ”ûÖ ÖÖ õÖê×¯Ö¡Ö (‹×¯Ö›üÖ‡ÃÛúÖê¯Ö) (D) Slide projector (D) ûÖÖ‡›ü ¯ÖÏÖê•Öꌙü¸ü8. For a teacher, which of the following 8. ‹Ûú †¬ ÖÖ¯ÖÛú Ûêú ×»Ö‹, ²»ÖîÛú ²ÖÖê›Ôü ¯Ö¸ü ×»ÖÜÖ®Öê Ûêú methods would be correct for writing on ×»Ö‹ ×®Ö´®Ö×»Ö×ÜÖŸÖ ´Öë ÃÖê ÛúÖî®Ö ÃÖß ¯Ö¨ü×ŸÖ ÃÖÆüß Æîü ? the blackboard ? (A) ŸÖê•Öß ÃÖê ŸÖ£ÖÖ •ÖÆüÖÑ ŸÖÛú ÃÖ´³Ö¾Ö ÆüÖê ïÖ™ü (A) Writing fast and as clearly as possible. ×»ÖÜÖ®ÖÖ (B) Writing the matter first and then (B) ÃÖ¾ÖÔ¯ÖÏ£Ö´Ö ×¾ÖÂÖ Ö¾ÖßÖã ÛúÖê ×»ÖÜÖ ¤êü®ÖÖ ŸÖ£ÖÖ asking students to read it. ×±ú¸ü ×¾ÖªÖÙ£Ö ÖÖë ÛúÖê ˆÃÖê ¯ÖœÌü®Öê Ûêú ×»Ö Öê ÛúÆü®ÖÖ (C) Asking a question to students and (C) ÃÖ¾ÖÔ¯ÖÏ£Ö´Ö ×¾ÖªÖÙ£Ö ÖÖë ÃÖê ¯ÖÏ¿®Ö ¯Öæ”û®ÖÖ †Öî¸ü then writing the answer as stated ×±ú¸ü ˆ¢Ö¸ü ÛúÖê ײֻÛãú»Ö ¾ÖîÃÖê Æüß ×»ÖÜÖ®ÖÖ by them. (D) ´ÖãÜ Ö ²ÖÖŸÖÖë ÛúÖê •ÖÆüÖÑ ŸÖÛú ÃÖ´³Ö¾Ö ÆüÖê ïÖ™üŸÖÖ (D) Writing the important points as ÃÖê ×»ÖÜÖ®ÖÖ clearly as possible.Z-00 4
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    • Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions 17 to 22 : James Madison said, “A people who mean to be their own governors must arm themselveswith power that knowledge gives.” In India, the Official Secrets Act, 1923 was a convenientsmokescreen to deny members of the public access to information. Public functioning hastraditionally been shrouded in secrecy. But in a democracy in which people govern themselves, itis necessary to have more openness. In the maturing of our democracy, right to information is amajor step forward; it enables citizens to participate fully in the decision-making process thataffects their lives so profoundly. It is in this context that the address of the Prime Minister in theLok Sabha is significant. He said, “I would only like to see that everyone, particularly our civilservants, should see the Bill in a positive spirit; not as a draconian law for paralyzingGovernment, but as an instrument for improving Government-Citizen interface resulting in afriendly, caring and effective Government functioning for the good of our People.” He furthersaid, “This is an innovative Bill, where there will be scope to review its functioning as we gainexperience. Therefore, this is a piece of legislation, whose working will be kept under constantreviews.” The Commission, in its Report, has dealt with the application of the Right to Information inExecutive, Legislature and Judiciary. The judiciary could be a pioneer in implementing the Actin letter and spirit because much of the work that the Judiciary does is open to public scrutiny,Government of India has sanctioned an e-governance project in the Judiciary for about ` 700crores which would bring about systematic classification, standardization and categorization ofrecords. This would help the judiciary to fulfil its mandate under the Act. Similar capacitybuilding would be required in all other public authorities. The transformation from non-transparency to transparency and public accountability is the responsibility of all three organs ofState.17. A person gets power (A) by acquiring knowledge (B) from the Official Secrets Act, 1923 (C) through openings (D) by denying public information18. Right to Information is a major step forward to (A) enable citizens to participate fully in the decision making process (B) to make the people aware of the Act (C) to gain knowledge of administration (D) to make the people Government friendly19. The Prime Minister considered the Bill (A) to provide power to the civil servants (B) as an instrument for improving Government-citizen interface resulting in a friendly, caring and effective Government (C) a draconian law against the officials (D) to check the harassment of the people20. The Commission made the Bill effective by (A) extending power to the executive authorities (B) combining the executive and legislative power (C) recognizing Judiciary a pioneer in implementing the act in letter and spirit (D) educating the people before its implementation21. The Prime Minister considered the Bill innovative and hoped that (A) It could be reviewed based on the experience gained on its functioning. (B) The civil servants would see the Bill in a positive spirit. (C) It would not be considered as a draconian law for paralyzing Government (D) All the above22. The transparency and public accountability is the responsibility of three organs of the State. These three organs are (A) Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha and Judiciary (B) Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha and Executive (C) Judiciary, Legislature and the Commission (D) Legislature, Executive and JudiciaryZ-00 6
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    • 30. Find the next letter for the series 30. YVSP …….. ÀÖÓéÜÖ»ÖÖ Ûêú ×»Ö‹ †ÝÖ»ÖÖ †õÖ¸ü YVSP ……… Œ ÖÖ Æîü ? (A) N (B) M (A) N (B) M (C) O (D) L (C) O (D) L31. Given that in a code language, ‘645’ 31. Ûæú™ü ³ÖÖÂÖÖ ´Öë Öê ¯ÖϤü¢Ö Æîü ×Ûú, ‘645’ ÛúÖ †£ÖÔ Æîü means ‘day is warm’; ‘42’ means ‘ÝÖ¸ü´Ö פü®Ö Æîü’ ; ‘42’ ÛúÖ †£ÖÔ Æîü ‘ÝÖ¸ü´Ö ¾ÖÃÖ®ŸÖ’ ‘warm spring’ and ‘634’ means ‘spring †Öî¸ü ‘634’ ÛúÖ †£ÖÔ Æîü ‘¾ÖÃÖ®ŸÖ ¬Öæ¯Ö´Ö Öß Æîü’… is sunny’; which digit represents ×®Ö´®Ö×»Ö×ÜÖŸÖ ´Öë ÃÖê ÛúÖî®Ö ÃÖÖ †ÓÛú ‘¬Öæ¯Ö´Ö Öß’ ÛúÖê ‘sunny’ ? (A) 3 (B) 2 ¯ÖϤüÙ¿ÖŸÖ Ûú¸üŸÖÖ Æîü ? (A) 3 (B) 2 (C) 4 (D) 5 (C) 4 (D) 532. The basis of the following classification 32. ×®Ö´®Ö ¾ÖÝÖáÛú¸üÞÖ ÛúÖ †Ö¬ÖÖ¸ü Æîü : is : ‘³ÖÖ¸üŸÖ Ûêú ¯ÖÏ£Ö´Ö ¸üÖ™Òü¯Öן֒, ‘ÝÖÖê¤üÖ®Ö’ Ûêú »ÖêÜÖÛú, ‘first President of India’ ‘author of ‘´Öê¸êü ÝÖÏ£ÖÖ»Ö Ö ´Öë ×ÛúŸÖÖ²Öë’, ‘®Öß»Öß “Öß•ÖÌë’ †Öî¸ü Ó Godan’ ‘books in my library’, ‘blue ‘×¾ÖªÖ£Öá •ÖÖê Ûú›Ìüß-´ÖêÆü®ÖŸÖ Ûú¸üŸÖê Æïü’ … things’ and ‘students who work hard’ (A) ÃÖ¾ÖÔÃÖÖ´ÖÖ® Ö ®ÖÖ´Ö (A) Common names (B) Proper names (B) ¾ Ö׌ŸÖ¾ÖÖ“ÖÛú ®ÖÖ´Ö (C) Descriptive phrases (C) ¾ÖÞÖÔ®ÖÖŸ´ÖÛú ÃÖÓ×õÖ¯ŸÖ ¾ÖÖŒ Ö (D) Indefinite description (D) †×®Ö׿“ÖŸÖ ¾ÖÞÖÔ®Ö33. In the expression ‘Nothing is larger than 33. ‘ÛúÖê‡Ô “Öß•ÖÌ †¯Ö®Öê ÃÖê ²Ö›Ìüß ®ÖÆüà ÆüÖêŸÖß’ – ‡ÃÖ itself’ the relation ‘is larger than’ is †×³Ö¾ Ö׌ŸÖ ´Öë ‘†¯Ö®Öê ÃÖê ²Ö›Ìüß Æîü’ ÖÆü ÃÖÓ²ÖÓ¬Ö Æîü (A) antisymmetric (A) ÃÖ×´´ÖŸÖ ×¾Ö¸üÖê¬Öß (B) asymmetrical (B) †ÃÖ×´´ÖŸÖß Ö (C) intransitive (C) †Ûú´ÖÔÛú (D) irreflexive (D) †×®Ö•Ö¾ÖÖ“ÖÛú34. Assertion (A) : There are more laws on 34. Ûú£Ö®Ö (A) : ¯ÖÆü»Öê Ûúß ŸÖã»Ö®ÖÖ ´Öë †Ö•ÖÛú»Ö Ûúß the books today than ever before, ÛúÖ®Öæ®Öß ×ÛúŸÖÖ²ÖÖë ´Öë ÛúÆüà †×¬ÖÛú ÛúÖ®Öæ®Ö Æîü, and more crimes being committed †Öî¸ü ¯ÖÆü»Öê Ûúß ŸÖã»Ö®ÖÖ ´Öë ÛúÆüà †×¬ÖÛú than ever before. †¯Ö¸üÖ¬Ö ÆüÖêŸÖê Æïü … Reason (R) : Because to reduce ÛúÖ¸üÞÖ (R) : Œ ÖÖë×Ûú, †¯Ö¸üÖ¬Ö Ûú´Ö Ûú¸ü®Öê Ûêú ×»Ö‹ crime we must eliminate the laws. Choose the correct answer from below : Æü´Öë ÛúÖ®Öæ®ÖÖë ÛúÖê ÃÖ´ÖÖ¯ŸÖ Ûú¸ü®ÖÖ ÆüÖêÝÖÖ … (A) (A) is true, (R) is doubtful and (R) ×®Ö´®Ö×»Ö×ÜÖŸÖ ´Öë ÃÖê ÃÖÆüß ˆ¢Ö¸ü “Öã×®Ö Öê : is not the correct explanation of (A) (A) ÃÖŸ Ö Æîü, (R) ¿ÖÓÛúÖï֤ü Æîü †Öî¸ü (R), (A). (B) (A) is false, (R) is true and (R) is (A) Ûúß ÃÖÆüß ¾ ÖÖÜ ÖÖ ®ÖÆüà Æîü … the correct explanation of (A). (B) (A) †ÃÖŸ Ö Æîü, (R) ÃÖŸ Ö Æîü †Öî¸ü (R), (A) (C) (A) is doubtful, (R) is doubtful Ûúß ÃÖÆüß ¾ ÖÖÜ ÖÖ Æîü … and (R) is not the correct (C) (A) ¿ÖÓÛúÖï֤ü Æîü, (R) ¿ÖÓÛúÖï֤ü Æîü †Öî¸ü explanation of (A). (R), (A) Ûúß ÃÖÆüß ¾ ÖÖÜ ÖÖ ®ÖÆüà Æîü … (D) (A) is doubtful, (R) is true and (R) is not the correct explanation of (D) (A) ¿ÖÓÛúÖï֤ü Æîü, (R) ÃÖŸ Ö Æîü †Öî¸ü (R), (A). (A) Ûúß ÃÖÆüß ¾ ÖÖÜ ÖÖ ®ÖÆüà Æîü …Z-00 9 P.T.O.
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