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  1. 1. Directorate of Education Govt. of NCT Delhi Supporting Material 2013Problem Solving Assessment Class IX
  2. 2. List of Members who prepared Support Material on Problem Solving Assessment (PSA) for Class IX Session – 2012-2013 Team Members S. No. Name Designation Mrs. Archana Vishwadeep Principal (Group Leader) RPVV, A-6, Paschim Vihar 1 Mrs. Urmil Chauhan PGT RPVV, A-6, Paschim Vihar 2. Mr. M.L. Verma TGT Govt. Co. Ed. SSS, Sec. -2, Rohini 3. Mrs. Sonia Makheeja PGT SKV, Rajouri Garden Extn. 4. Mrs. Beenu Arora TGT SV Co.Ed., New Multan Nagar 5. Mrs. Vandana Nair TGT RPVV, A-6, Paschim Vihar 6. Dr. Nirmal Kumari TGT GGSSS, Nangloi 7. Mr. Pramod Kumar Mishra TGT Govt. Co. Ed. SS, Pkt – 4 Binda Pur 8. Mr. Om Prakash Sharma TGT RPVV, A-6, Paschim Vihar 9. Mrs. Anuradha TGT GGSSS, Nangloi 10. Ms. Ishaani Bose TGT SV Co.Ed., New Multan Nagar 11. Mr. Laxmi Narayan TGT SBV, No. 2, C Block, Janak Puri 12. Mrs. Ritu Chawla TGT SB Co. Ed., B-4, Paschim Vihar 13. Mr. Sabir Hussain TGT RPVV, A-6, Paschim Vihar 14 Ms. Arti Vashisht TGT SKV, Nangloi
  3. 3. PREFACEThe Directorate of Education has decided to initiate the formulation of supportmaterial for ‘Problem Solving Assessment’ (PSA) for all the government schoolstudents of class IX (2012-13). This handy tool is a part of our endeavor to enhancethe research and analytical life skills ability. It is a widely acknowledged fact that the ability to apply basic concepts tosolve application based problems in mathematics and science and to comprehendand analyse written text are the skills which ensure success in higher studies andprofessional growth. These life skills will greatly assist learners in acquiring highorder thinking skills such as problem solving and decision making. It will greatlyassist the learners to crack the public entrance examinations. Quantitative Reasoning, Qualitative Reasoning and Language Conventionswill greatly help the students to understand arithmetic problems, use logic in formof relationships ,analogies and directions. All these items would develop creativethinking, decision making, critical thinking, problem solving and communicationalskills. It would assess student’s ability to process, interpret and use information. Atthe same time it would increase the curiosity of students and help in theirintellectual growth. i
  4. 4. The Supervisor and the team which diligently put together the material thank the Directorateand the Examination Branch for their belief and support.Supervisor-PSA Mrs.Archana Principal, Vishwadeep RPVV,A-6,Paschim ViharQuantitative Analysis 1. 2. 3. 4.Qualitative Analysis 1. 2. 3. 4. ii
  5. 5. ContentsS.No Topic Page 1. Qualitative Stand Alone MCQ 1-3 2. Qualitative Passage Based MCQ 14-31 3. Quantitative Stand Alone MCQ 32-50 4. Quantitative Passage Based MCQ 51-69 5. Language Conventions English Grammar and Usage MCQ 70-78 6. Language Conventions English Contextual Vocabulary MCQ 79-86 7. Language Conventions English Passage Based MCQ 87-108 8. Language Conventions Hindi Grammar and Usage MCQ 109-121 9. Language Conventions Hindi Contextual Vocabulary MCQ 122-131 10. Language Conventions Hindi Passage Based MCQ 132-141 iii
  6. 6. PSA - CLASS - IX - FORMAT Target No. Per Test Form Test Context Domain/ No. of Item Type Items No. of Passages Total No. of ItemsQualitative * Stand Alone MCQ 6 6 * Passage Based MCQ 6 2 12 SUB TOTAL 18Quantitative * Stand Alone MCQ 10 10 * Passage Based MCQ 4 2 8 SUB TOTAL 18Language Conventions * Grammar & Usage MCQ 8 8 * Vocabulary in Context MCQ 8 8 * Passage Completion MCQ 8 8 SUB TOTAL 24 TOTAL 60 iv
  7. 7. QUALITATIVE Stand Alone MCQ1). Manav is facing west. He turns 45° in the anti-clock-wise direction and then 180° in the clockwise direction. Which direction is he facing now? a) North b) North-East c) East d) South – East ekuo if”pe dh vksj eq[k djds [kM+k gSA og ?kM+h dh lqbZ dh foijhr fn”kk esa 45° rFkk ?kM+h dh lqbZ dh fn”kk esa 180° ?kwerk gSA vc mldk eq[k fdl fn”kk esa gS a) mRrj b) mRrj&iwoZ c) iwoZ d) nf{k.k&iwoZ 2) Pratibha is standing facing west. If she turns left and walks 50 mtr. distance and again she turns left. Which direction is she facing now? a) North b) East c) South d) West izfrHkk if”pe dh vksj eq[k djds [kM+h gSA og igys ckbZ vksj eqM+rh gS rFkk 50 ehVj pyus ds i”pkr iqu% ckbZ vksj eqM+rh gS vc mldk eq[k fdl fn”kk esa gS a) mRrj b) iwoZ c) nf{k.k d) if”pe 3) Mahima lives in Chennai in a sea-facing house. While going to her friend‟s house, she turns to her right. After moving to 70 mtr. in that direction, she again turns to her right. Which direction is she facing now? a) North b) West c) East d) South efgek psUubZ esa jgrh gSA mldk ?kj leqnz dh vksj gSA vius fe= ds ?kj tkrs le; igys og nkbZa vksj eqM+hA 70 ehVj dh nwjh r; djus ds i”pkr og iqu% vius nkbZ vksj eqM+hA vc mldk eq[k fdl fn”kk esa gS a) mRrj b) if”pe c) iwoZ d) nf{k.k 1
  8. 8. 4) Two N.C.C Cadet groups „A‟ and „B‟ are facing east and west directions respectively. They were given following commands -----left turn, about turn, right turn and left turn. At last, in which directions group „A‟ and „B‟ are facing now? a) East, West b) West, East c) North, South d) South, North N.C.C dSMsV~l dh nks VqdfM+;k¡ „A‟ vkSj „B‟ tks Øe”k% iwoZ vkSj if”pe dh vksj mUeq[k gSa] dks fuEu vkns”k fn, x, %& ck;sa eqM+] ihNs eqM+] nk;sa eqM+] ck;sas eqM+A rnuqlkj vUr esa „A‟ rFkk „B‟ fuEu fn”kkvksa dh vksj mUeq[k gks tk;sxs %& a a) iwo] if”pe b) if”pe] iwoZ c) mRrj] nf{k.k d) nf{k.k] mRrj 5) Ram moves 4 metres. in south direction then he moves 3 metres. in east direction. How far is he from the starting point? a) 5 metres b) 1 metre c) 3 metres d) 4 metres jke nf{k.k fn”kk dh vksj 4 ehVj pyk rRi”pkr og iwoZ dh vksj 3 ehVj pykA og ewy LFkku ls fdruh nwj gS a) 5 ehVj b) 1 EkhVj c) 3 ehVj d) 4 ehVj6) Anuj and Manuj are facing North and South directions respectively. Both of them move at 180°. In which respective direction they are facing now? a) West, east b) East , west c) South, north d) North , south vuqt vkSj euqt Øe”k% mRrj RkFkk nf{k.k dh vksj eq[k djds [kM+s gSaA nksuksa viuh fLFkfr ls 180° ?kwers gSA mudh fLFkfr Øe”k% gksxh %& a) if”pe] iwoZ b) iwoZ] if”pe c) nf{k.k] mRrj d) mRrj] nf{k.k 7) Find out the missing letter and mark the correct option as answer . yqIr v{kj dk irk yxkb, vkSj mi;qDr fodYi dks mRrj ds :i esa vafdr dhft, %& Z X U _ L F a) R 2
  9. 9. b) Q c) P d) O8) A C E __ I K a) F b) H c) J d) G9) Mark the correct option for missing places to complete the series. yqIr LFkkuksa ds fy, lgh fodYi dks pqfu, tks J``a[kyk dks iwjk djs %& a_bb_abba_ _ baa_ b a) aaabb b) abbaa c) aabba d) aaaba10) Which pair will come next? vkxs dkSu lk ;qXe vk;sxk ZX AC VT EG __? a) IK b) NL c) HI d) RP11) Note:- Read the passage and the conclusion carefully and mark the correct option. It has been observed that educated parents expanse / invest more on education of their children because by their experience they know the value or importance of education. Conclusion – I : Illiterate parents do not understand the value or importance of education. Conclusion – II: Educated parents understand the value or importance of education a) Only conclusion I is correct. b) Only conclusion II is correct c) Both conclusion I & II are correct d) Neither conclusion I nor II is correct 3
  10. 10. ;g ns[kk x;k gS fd f”kf{kr ekrk&firk vius cPpksa dh f”k{kk ij T;knk [kpZ djrs gSa D;ksfd os vius vuqHko ls f a ”k{kk ds egRo dks tkurs gSaA fu’d’kZ 1 %& vf”kf{kr ekrk&firk f”k{kk ds egRo dks ugha le>rsA fu’d’kZ 2 %& f”kf{kr ekrk&firk f”k{kk ds egRo dks le>rs gSaA a) dsoy fu’d’kZ I lgh gS b) dsoy fu’d’kZ II lgh gS c) nksuksa fu’d’kZ I vkSj II lgh gS d) u rks I vkSj u II lgh gS12) In a certain code language ANT is written as BOU. How will ZEBRA be written in that code language? ;fn fdlh dwV Hkk’kk esa ANT dks BOU fy[kk tkrk gS] rks mlh dwV Hkk’kk esa ZEBRA dks dSls fy[kk tk;sxk a) AFCSB b) BGDTC c) BGTDC d) AFBCS13) Md. Hasan says to his friend with pointing towards Md. Rayyan “His mother and my mother are daughter – mother.” How are Hasan and Md. Rayyan related? a) paternal Uncle – Nephew b) Maternal Uncle – Nephew c) Father – son d) Father-in-law – son-in-law EkksgEen glu us eksgEen jS;ku dh rjQ b”kkjk djrs gq, vius fe= ls dgk] ^bldh ek¡ vkSj esjh ek¡ nksuksa ek¡&csVh gSa**A eksgEen glu vkSj eksgEen jS;ku dk vkil esa D;k fj”rk gS a) pkpk&Hkrhtk b) ekek&Hkkatk c) firk&iq= d) llqj&nkekn14) Fatima introduces Mr. Zakir to her husband and said that father of his brother is the only son of her grandfather. How is Fatima related to Mr. Zakir? a) Mother b) Aunt c) Sister d) Niece Qkfrek us vius ifr ls tkfdj dk ifjp; djkrs gq, dgk] ^^mlds HkkbZ ds firk esjs nknkth ds bdykSrs iq= gSaA Qkfrek dk tkfdj ls D;k fj”rk gS a) ekrk b) pkph c) cgu d) Hkrhth 4
  11. 11. 15) Tanzeela is Tazeem‟s sister and Mr. Yusuf is father of Tazeem. Shahnawaz is son of Mr. Sabir and Mr. Sabir is brother of Mr. Yusuf. How is Tanzeela related to Shahnawaz? a) Daughter b) Sister c) Cousin d) Wife rathyk rkthe dh cgu gS vkSj ;qlqQ rkthe ds firk gSaA “kkguokt lkfcj dk iq= gSA lkfcj ;qlqQ dk HkkbZ gS rks rathyk ls “kkguokt dk D;k fj”rk gS a) iq=h b) cgu c) ppsjh cgu d) iRuhNote:- In question No. 16 to 17 arrange the following in the increasing order and choose the correctoption to match your answer correctly.fuEufyf[kr dks vkjksgh Øe esa ¼NksVs ls cM+k½ esa O;ofLFkr djus ds fy, lgh fodYi dks pqfu, %&16) 1. Weekly 1- lkIrkfgd 2. Daily 2- nSfud 3. Monthly 3- ekfld 4. Fortnightly 4- ikf{kd 5. Yearly 5- okf’kZd a) 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 b) 2, 1, 3, 4, 5 c) 2, 1, 4, 3, 5 d) 2, 1, 3, 5, 417) 1. Meghalaya 1- es?kky; 2. Madhya Pradesh 2- e/;izn”k s 3. Goa 3- xksok 4. Rajasthan 4- jktLFkku a) 3, 1, 2, 4 b) 3, 1, 4, 2 c) 1, 3, 2, 4 d) 1, 2, 3, 4 5
  12. 12. 18) 1. River Godavari 1- xksnkojh unh 2. River Ganga 2- xaxk unh 3. River Narmada 3- ueZnk unh 4. River Tapi 4- rkih unh a) 2, 3, 4, 1 b) 2, 3, 1, 4 c) 4, 3, 2, 1 d) 4, 3, 1, 2Note:- (Q19-25) Find Odd One Out (mls pqfu, tks vU; rhu fodYiksa ls fHkUu gS) :19) a) Finance a) foRr b) Health b) LokLF; c) Mining c) mR[kuu d) Education d) f”k{kk20) a) River Beas a) O;kl unh b) River Sutlej b) lryqt unh c) River Ravi c) jkoh unh d) River Kaveri d) dkosjh unh21) a) >ksiM+h a) Hut b) ¶ySV b) Flat c) Igloo c) bXyw d) Factory d) dkj[kkuk22) a) Driver a) pkyd b) Passenger b) ;k=h c) Pilot c) foeku pkyd d) Sailor d) ukfod23) a) Liberty a) Lora=rk b) Equality b) lekurk c) Fraternity c) cU/kqRo d) Discrimination d) foHksnhdj.k24) a) Gallon a) xSyu b) Quintal b) fDoaVy c) Ton c) Vu d) fdyksxzke 6
  13. 13. d) Kilogram25) a) Judge a) U;k;k/kh”k b) Accused b) vijk/kh c) Lawyer c) odhy d) Citizen d) ukxfjd 26) Which answer figure will complete the pattern in the question figure? dkSu lh mRrj vkd`fr iz”u vkd`fr ds iSVuZ dks iwjk djsxh (i) ? a) b) c) d)27) ? (a) (b) (c) (d) 7
  14. 14. 27) Choose the appropriate answer mfpr fodYi pqfu, % 9 4 25 25 18 16 81 26 64 64 ? 144 36 49 36 (a) 19 (b) 23 (c) 24 (d) 3129) 4 7 3 2 416 749 309 ? (a) 204 (b) 104 (c) 404 (d) 40130) How many triangle are there in the given figure:- fn, x, fp= esa fdrus f=Hkqt gSa (a) 5 (b) 6 (c) 8 (d) 10 8
  15. 15. Note:- (Q31-35) Select the related word from the given alternatives:- fn, x, fodYiksa esa ls lEcfU/kr “kCn pqfu, %&31) Newton : Force :: __________________ : Work (a) Metre (b) Joule (c) Kilogram (d) Second U;wVu % cy % % &&&&&&& % dk;Z a) ehVj b) twy c) fdyksxzke d) lsds.M 32) Voter : 18 years :: Lok Sabha Member : ________________. a) 35 years b) 18 years c) 25 years d) 30 year ernkrk % 18 o’kZ % % yksdlHkk lnL; % &&&&&&& a) 35 o’kZ b) 18 o’kZ c) 25 o’kZ d) 30 o’kZ 33) Perimeter : Metre :: ________________ : Square metre a) Circumference b) Area c) Volume d) Diagonal ifjeki % ehVj % % &&&&&&& % oxZ ehVj a) ifjf/k b) {ks=Qy c) vk;ru d) fod.kZ 34) 9: 81 :: 11: ____________. a) 101 b) 111 c) 121 d) 110 9
  16. 16. 35) LAMB : BMAL :: GOOD : ___________. a) OGOD b) DOOG c) ODOG d) OOGD Note:- Select the correct answers from question no 36 to 40 :- lgh fodYi dks pqfu, %&36) The term „ Global Warming‟ means a) Quick melting of polar ice sheets. b) Depletion of Ozone layer. c) High temperature in Torrid Zone. d) General rise in temperature due to CO2 oSf”od m’ehdj.k ls rkRi;Z gS %& a) /kzqoh; cQZ dk fi?kyuk b) vkstksu ijr dk ?kVuk c) m’.k dfVca/kh; mPp rkieku d) dkcZu MkbZvkWDlkbM dh otg ls mPp rkieku37) The Gandhian principles have been enumerated in the:- a) Fundamental Rights b) Preamble of the Constitution c) Directive Principles d) Fundamental Duties xka/kh th ds fl)kUr fuEu esa lfEefyr gSa %& a) ekSfyd vf/kdkj b) izLrkouk c) uhfr funs”kd fl)kUr d) ekSfyd drZO;38) The „Microsoft‟ word is associated with: a) Andrew Grove b) Bill Gates c) Ted Turner d) Rupert Murdoch ^ekbØkslk¶V* “kCn fdlds lkFk layXu gS %& a) ,UMªho xq:o b) fcy xsV~l c) VsM Vjuj d) :iVZ ejMksd 10
  17. 17. 39) The substance most commonly used as a food preservative is :- a) Sodium Carbonate b) Tartaric Acid c) Acetic Acid d) Benzoic Acid og inkFkZ tks [kk| ifjj{kd ds :i esa iz;ksx fd;k tkrk gS %& a) lksfM;e dkcksZusV b) VkjfVªd vEy c) ,flfVd vEy d) cstksbd vEy a40) These days yellow lamps are frequently used as street light. Which one of following is used in the lamp:- a) Sodium b) Neon c) Hydrogen d) Nitrogen vktdy lM+dksa ij jks”kuh ds fy, ihyh cfRr;k¡ iz;ksx dh tkrh gSa] mlesa dkSu ls rRo dk iz;ksx fd;k tkrk gS a) lksfM;e b) uh;ksu c) gkbMªkstu d) ukbZVªkstu 11
  18. 18. Answer Key to Qualitative Stand Alone MCQAnswers:- 1) (b) North-East mRrj iwoZ 2) (b) East iwoZ 3) (b) West if”pe 4) (d) South-North nf{k.k] mRrj 5) (a) 5m 5 eh 6) (c) South, North nf{k.k] mRrj 7) (b) ZXUQLF 8) (d) ACEGIK 9) (a) aabb aabb aabb aabb 10) (d) ZX AC VT EG RP 11) (b) Only II is correct 12) (a) Each letter is replaced by next. 13) (b) Maternaluncle – Nephew 14) (c) Sister 15) (c) Cousin 16) (c) 2, 1, 4, 3, 5 Daily, Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly, Yearly 17) (a) 3, 1, 2, 4 Area wise sequence 18) (d) 4, 3, 1, 2 Tapi shortest and Ganga is the longest river 19) (c) Mining mR[kuu 20) (d) River Kaveri dkosjh unh 21) (d) Factory dkj[kkuk 22) (b) Passenger ;k=h 23) (d) Discrimintion foHksn 24) (a) Gallon XkSyu 25) (d) Citizen ukxfjd 26) (d) 27) (a) 28) (d) 31 29) (a) 204 30) (c) 8 31) (b) Joule twy 32) (c) 25 years 25 o’kZ 33) (b) Area {ks=Qy 34) (c) 121 35) (b) DOOG 36) (d) General rising temp. due to CO2 dkcZu MkbZvkWDlkbM dh otg ls mPp rkieku 12
  19. 19. 37) (c) Directive principles uhfr funs”kd fl)kUr38) (b) Bill Gates fcy xsV~l39) (d) Benzoic Acid cstksbd vEy a40) (a) Sodium lksfM;e 13
  20. 20. QUALITATIVE Passage Based MCQ Passage No. – 1Disability refers to any kind of physical or mental incapacity that limits a person‟s ability to work. Yet it is seldomthat we have thanked God for the gift of Good health and well being. The smallest actions like seeing the sunrise,brushing our teeth, popping peanuts into your mouth come so naturally and effortlessly, and Yet we are neversatisfied, always discontented. It is not so for the disabled. For them it requires immense concentration, effort, willpower, energy and a lot of time. Despite this, it could be a long way of perfection.It takes great courage and determination to cope with disability. We can make life easier for them by becomingmore sensitive to their handicap, their needs and their problems.Feeling of pity or under sympathy will only shake their confidence. Give them encouragement, facilities andresources, and then watch them as they learn, earn, play, work and even start their families.Very often we find that a person lacking in one faculty is gifted in some other way. That‟s nature‟s way ofmaintaining balance. Some of the most beautiful greeting cards are made by disabled children, using one hand, onefoot or even mouth. Nothing stops them from using their talent, intelligence and their knowledge. 1. To cope up with disability one needs lot of ……………. a) Courage b) Determination c) Courage and determination d) Effort 2. Pity and sympathy can make them loose. a) Confidence b) Will power c) Determination d) Ability 3. If we are sensitive to their needs and problems we will. a) Learn to cope better b) Admire ability c) Enhance our lives d) All of the above 4. A person lacking in one faculty is gifted in some other way. That‟s how nature ….… a) Maintains imbalance b) Maintains balance c) Helps them cope with disability d) Helps them to be tough 5. An agency promoting greeting cards made by specially gifted children is ……… a) WTO b) IMF c) UNICEF d) WHO 14
  21. 21. 6. We should thank God for ………… a) Being able to do easiest of tasks b) Being able to enjoy benefits of nature c) Being able to walk and talk d) All the abovevleFkZrk fdlh O;fDr ds dk;Z lEiknu esa “kkjhfjd vFkok ekufld v;ksX;rk gSA fQj Hkh ge vPNs LokLF; o viuhlEiw.kZrk ds fy, Hkxoku dk /kU;okn dHkh&dHkh gh djrs gSaA izkfrfnu ds NksV&NksVs dk;Z tSls & lw;kZsn; ns[kuk] nar seatu djuk] pcSuk pckuk vkfn LokHkkfod o vYi iz;kl ls djrs jgrs gSa] fQj Hkh ge lnk vlarq’V gSa] ijUrq vleFkZO;fDr ds fy, ,slk laHko ugha gSA mUgsa blds fy, cgqr vf/kd /;ku] iz;Ru] bPNk”kfDr] ÅtkZ rFkk i;kZIr le; dhvko”;drk gksrh gSA blds vfrfjDr mUgsa lkekU; dk;ksZa ds fy, vR;f/kd fuiq.krk dh vko”;drk gksrh gSAvleFkZrk dk lkeuk djus ds fy, lkgl o n`<+ fu”p; dh vko”;drk gksrh gSA muds izfr vf/kd laosnu”khy cudjrFkk mudh vko”;drkvksa vkSj dfBukbZ;ksa dks le> dj muds thou dks ljy cuk;k tk ldrk gSAmuds izfr n;k vFkok d`ik fn[kkuk muds fo”okl dks fgykuk gSA mUgsa fgEer] lqfo/kk,¡ o lzksr iznku djsa rFkk ns[ksa fdos lh[ksa] dek,¡] [ksysa] dk;Z djsa rFkk viuk ikfjokfjd thou vkjaHk djsaAizk;% ns[kk tkrk gS fd ,d {ks= esa fiNM+k O;fDr fdlh nwljs {ks= esa vxz.kh gksrk gSA ;g izd`fr dk lar qyu gSA ns[kk x;kgS fd lqanjre xzhfVax dkMZ vleFkZ ckydksa ds }kjk muds vius ,d gkFk] ,d iSj ;gk¡ rd eq[k dk iz;ksx djds cuk,x, gSaA mUgsa viuh ;ksX;rk] fuiq.krk o Kku izdV djuds ls dksbZ ugha jksd ldrkA 1- vleFkZrk dk eqdkcyk djus ds fy, t:jr gS && a) lkgl b) n`<+ fu”p; c) lkgl o n`<+ fu”p; d) iz;kl 2- n;k vkSj d`ik detksj dj ldrs gSa && a) fo”okl b) bPNk “kfDr c) fu.kZ; “kfDr d) ;ksX;rk 3- ;fn ge vleFkZ O;fDr;ksa dh t:jrksa vkSj dfBukbZ;ksa ds izfr laonu”khy gksxs rks ge && s a a) vPNs lkFkh cusaxs b) mudh ;ksX;rk dh iz”kalk djsaxs c) thou ds izfr lksp dk nk;jk c<s+sxk d) mijksDr lHkh 4- ,d {ks= esa fiNM+k O;fDr nwljs {ks= esa vxz.kh gksrk gS rkfd && a) vlarqyu cuk jgsA b) larqyu jgsA c) vleFkZrk ds lkFk lkeatL; LFkkfir djus esa lgk;d cuk jgsA d) dfBukbZ;ksa ls tw>us esa lgk;d cuk jgsA 5- fo”ks’k ;ksX;rk izkIr cPpksa }kjk cus xzhfVax dkMZ dks izksRlkgu nsus okyh laLFkk gS && a) WTO b) IMF c) UNICEF d) WHO 6- gesa Hkxoku dks /kU;okn djuk pkfg, D;ksafd && a) dke djus dh ;ksX;rk gkfly djus ds dkj.k b) izd`fr ds ojnku dk vkuan ysus ds dkj.k c) cksyus o pyus dh leFkZrk ds dkj.k d) mijksDRk lHkh 15
  22. 22. Passage No. – 2Once a man saw three masons along with some labourers were constructing a temple. He observed the masons forsome days and found that though the three of them were doing the same kind of work, there was a markeddifference in their approach to their job.He saw that the first mason reported for his work late, did his work half-heartedly and sluggishly enjoyed longerrespite, frequently checked the time on his wrist-watch and left the work before time.The second mason was very punctual in arriving and leaving, and did his work methodically and conscientiously.The third mason, however, would come before time, took little rest in the interval and often worked over-time.The man naturally got curious and wanted to know the three masons‟ outlook own their work. He asked them whatthey were doing. The first mason tapped his protruding belly with his hand and said, I am earning fuel for thisbelly. The second said „I am constructing a building. Third looked at the stately edifice and said “I am building thehouse of God”. 1. The first mason‟s approach to work was that of…………….. a) Earn livelihood b) Just to spend time c) Earn only money d) Waste time 2. The second mason was ………………. In his approach. a) Structured b) Professional c) Unmethodical d) Punctual 3. The third mason approached his work with. a) Zest b) Skill c) Duty d) Dedication 4. The first mason was …………………. a) Lazy b) Sick c) Hard-working d) Active 5. The Phrase „work is worship‟ can be associated with ………….. a) First mason b) Second mason c) Third mason d) All of the above 6. The writer of the above passage is trying to tell the readers that……………. a) All work and no play is healthy b) All play and no work is healthy c) Enjoy doing work with commitment d) All of the above 16
  23. 23. ,d ckj ,d O;fDr us ns[kk fd rhu f”kYih dqN Jfedksa ds lkFk eafnj fuekZ.k ds dk;Z esa layXu FksA dqN fnu dsfujh{k.k ds ckn mlus vuqHko fd;k fd mu f”kfYi;ksa dk dk;Z ,d tSlk gS ijUrq mudh dk;Z ds izfr n`f’Vdks.k fHkUu gSAmlus vuqHko fd;k fd igyk f”kYih vius dk;ZLFky ij nsj ls vkrk rFkk vius dk;Z dks vueus Hkko o lqLrh ls djrkgSA og vusd ckj yacs le; ds fy, vkjke Hkh djrk Fkk rFkk ckj&ckj viuh ?kM+h esa le; ns[krk jgrk FkkA og viukdk;Z Hkh le; ls igys NksM+dj pyk tkrk FkkAnwljk f”kYih vius dk;ZLFky ij le; ls vkrk o le; ij gh pyk tkrk Fkk rFkk vius dk;Z dks Øec) rjhds ls yxuls djrk FkkArhljk f”kYih vius dk;ZLFky ij le; ls iwoZ vkrk Fkk] dk;Z ds chp esa dqN le; ds fy, vkjke djrk o izk;% dk;Z nsjrd djrk jgrk FkkAml O;fDr us LokHkkfod :i ls ftKklqiw.kZ gksdj mu f”kfYi;ksa dh dk;Z”kSyh ds izfr n`f’Vdks.k dks tkuus ds fy, mulsiwNk fd os D;k dj jgs gSa igys f”kYih us vius isV dks lgykrs gq, dgk fd & ^ikih isV dks loky gSA* nwljs f”kYih usdgk fd & ^og Hkou dk fuekZ.k dj jgk gSA* rhljs f”kYih us ml HkO; bekjr dks ns[krs gq, dgk & ^og Hkxoku ds ?kjdk fuekZ.k dj jgk gSA* 1- igys f”kYih dk dk;Z ds izfr n``f’Vdks.k &&&&& FkkA a) thfodk miktZu b) le; O;rhr djuk c) /ku miktZu d) le; u’V djuk 2- nwljs f”kYih dk dk;Z ds izfr n``f’Vdks.k &&&&& FkkA a) Øec) o O;ofLFkr b) O;kolkf;d c) vO;ofLFkr d) le;c) 3- rhljs f”kYih dk dk;Z o dk;Z laiknu dk n`f’Vdks.k D;k Fkk a) tks”k o mRlkg ls b) dq”kyrk ls c) dÙkZO;ijk;.krk ls d) leiZ.k Hkko ls 4- igyk f”kYih &&&& FkkA a) lqLr b) chekj c) ifjJeh d) pqLr 5- ^deZ gh iwtk gSA* ;g mfDRk fdl f”kYih dh dk;Z”kSyh ls esy [kkrh gS a) igyk f”kYih b) nwljk f”kYih c) rhljk f”kYih d) lHkh f”kYih 6- mi;qZDr x|ka”k dk lans”k D;k gS a) lnk dke] ugha vkjke b) lnk vkjke] ugha dke c) dk;Z ds izfr leiZ.k Hkko d) mijksDr lHkh 17
  24. 24. Passage No. – 3Just as it is vital for parents to live their own lives as fully is possible and to deepen their understanding ofthemselves to the utmost, so it is important for teachers and educators to do the same. When children go to schooltheir teachers become, during school hours, substitutes for their parents. The children transfer to their teacher someof the feelings they have for their parents and are influenced in their turn by the personalities of the teachers. Thismutual relationship is of more importance than any teaching method, and a child‟s ability to learn is continuallyhampered if the relationship is unsatisfactory. Again, if teacher really want to be educators, to help children todevelop into satisfactory men and women, and not simply to stuff them knowledge, they will only be reallysuccessful if they themselves have sound personalities. No amount of preaching, however well done, no principleshowever sound, no clever technique of mechanical aids can replace the influence of a well – developed personality. 1. The teacher will be real educators by _ a) Adopting advanced teaching methods b) Stuffing children with knowledge c) Developing sound personality of their own d) Through good teaching skills 2. The central idea of the passage is_ a) Teacher should develop sound personalities of their own to be able to influence the children b) Informal education is better than formal education c) There should be research done in education d) Parent should have good interpersonal relations with teachers 3. The writer recommends to the teachers to deepen their understanding of themselves on the assumption that. a) Will earn them a name of nation-builder b) It is their duty c) Will make them earn high pay d) Helps to build well developed personality 4. The teachers and educators are important to children because a) Without teachers they would remain ignorant b) They help them to get jobs c) Teachers serve as substitutes for parents in schools d) Teachers preach good principles 5. What do you understand by well-developed personality a) To develop into healthy beings b) To develop into completely good human beings c) To develop into rich personalities d) To develop into educational beings 6. A good relationship between parents and teachers enhances………… a) Educational qualifications b) Interpersonal relationships c) Wholesome development of the child d) Healthy environment 18
  25. 25. ;g vR;Ur egRoiw.kZ gS fd vfHkHkkod viuk thou ifjiw.kZ cuk, rFkk viuh lksp dks fodflr djsa rFkk f”k{kd of”k{kkfon~ ds fy, Hkh ;g vfuok;Z gSA tc Nk= fo|ky; tkrs gSa rks fo|ky;h vof/k ds nkSjku f”k{kdx.k mudsvfHkHkkodksa dh txg ys ysrs gSaA Nk= viuh Hkkoukvksa dks v/;kidksa ds fy, izsf’kr djrs gSa rFkk Nk= v/;kidksa dsO;fDrRo ls izHkkfor gksrs gSaA ;g ijLij lg&laca/k fdlh Hkh f”k{kk iz.kkyh ls csgrj gSA ;fn Nk=&v/;kid lg&lac/kavlarks’ktud gksrs gSa rks Nk= ds lh[kus dh {kerk vo:) gks tkrh gSA ;fn v/;kid okLro esa f”k{kd cuuk pkgrk gSrks og Nk=ksa dks dsoy Kku gh u ns oju mudk lokZaxh.k fodkl djsaA os blesa rHkh dke;kc ¼lQy½ gksa xs ;fn mudsO;fDrRo dk lokZaxh.k fodkl gks pqdk gSA pkgs fdruk gh lS)kfUrd v/;kiu gks] pkgs fdruk gh vPNs dkuwu gksa ] rFkkpkgs fdrus gh vPNs n`”;&JO; lk/kuksa dk mi;ksx gks ysfdu ;s lHkh lk/ku ,d iw.kZ fodflr O;fDrRo okys f”k{kd dkLFkku ugha ys ldrsA 1- v/;kid okLrfod f”k{kd gksaxs &&& a) fodflr f”k{kd iz.kkyh dk mi;ksx dj b) Nk=ksa dks Kku nsdj c) vius O;fDrRo dk lokZaxh.k fodkl dj d) vPNh f”k{k.k lkexzh dk mi;ksx dj 2- bl x|ka”k dk dsUnzh; ¼eq[;½ Hkko gS &&& a) f”k{kd vius O;fDRkRo dk lokZaxh.k fodkl djsa rkfd os viuk izHkko Nk=ksa ij NksM+ ldsA a b) vukSipkfjd f”k{kk vkSipkfjd f”k{kk ls csgrj c) f”k{kk esa vuqla/kku gksus pkfg,A d) v/;kid o vfHkHkkodksa esa vPNk ¼e/kqj½ leUo; gksuk pkfg,A 3- f”k{kd lEiw.kZ Kku izkIr djsa rkfd && a) ns”k ds fodkl esa mudk uke gksA b) ;g mudk dRkZO; gSA c) mudks vPNk osru feysA d) lokZaxh.k fodkl esa lgk;d gksaA 4- v/;kid o f”k{kd Nk=ksa ds fy, egRoiw.kZ gSa D;ksafd && a) fcuk f”k{kd ds os vcks/k jgsaxsA b) os O;olk; iznku djus esa lgk;d gSaA c) os fo|ky; esa vfHkHkkodksa dk LFkku ysrs gSaA d) os vPNs fl)kUr fl[kkrs gSaA 5- lokZaxh.k fodkl ls vki D;k le>rs gSa a) lokZaxh.k :i ls LoLFk O;fDr b) iw.kZ:is.k euq’; c) le`) O;fDrRo d) iw.kZ:is.k f”kf{kr O;fDr 6- f”k{kd vkSj vfHkHkkodksa ds ijLij lglaca/kksa ls D;k ykHk gS a) “kS{kf.kd ;ksX;rk,a b) e/kqj varlZEcU/k c) Nk= dk lokZaxh.k fodkl d) LoLFk okrkoj.k 19
  26. 26. Passage No. – 4The bulk of our population is poor and illiterate. Their sorry condition poses a problem. On the one hand there is ashortage of teachers for Adult Education and on the other, the adults feel shy of starting to learn at a late age andattend classes. Moreover, the adult villagers have little time to spare for attending classes as the job of a farmer isvery strenuous. In addition, he finds that what is taught at adult centres of education has no bearing on his dailyneeds, therefore he has become cynical about adult education. It is necessary to make it more meaningful forfarmers in the villages. In towns and cities also, emphasis should be laid at increasing literacy rate and encourageadult education. Though it can be made useful and work based to arise their interest. It should comprise types ofsystem in which earning and learning go together. Efforts to enhance adult education will ultimately discouragetendency to migrate to towns for better earning. 1. What is needed for Adult Education in villages? a) It should be agriculture oriented b) It should be free c) It should be compulsory d) It should be available in all villages 2. The main problem for educating adult in village is ……….. a) Financial helplessness to purchase books etc. b) They hardly find time to study and feel shy c) Their inability to read and write d) There is no room for schools in villages 3. The farmers have grown cynical about education because…… a) He has no time go to school b) What is taught in such schools is mostly of no use in his daily life. c) He has no money to pay fees d) He needs rest & recreation after strenuous work. 4. Adult Education should be encouraged in ………….. a) Towns and cities b) Schools, collages c) Towns , cities and villages d) Only villages 5. The inherent problem of education system is …………. a) Lack of funds b) Shortage of teachers c) No spare space for schools d) Lack of interest 6. The education imparted should be………….. a) Entertaining and interesting b) Vocational c) Useful & Meaningful d) Limited to cities 20
  27. 27. gekjh tula[;k dk cgqr cM+k Hkkx xjhc rFkk vui<+ gSA mudh ;g n;uh; n”kk ,d fpark dk fo’k; gSA ,d rjQf”k{kdksa dh deh gS rFkk nwljh vksj cM+h mez esa xk¡o ds o;Ld f”k{kk dh vksj dne j[kus ls drjkrs gSaA vius O;olk; dspyrs xk¡o okyksa ij le; dk Hkh vHkko gS] D;ksfd d`f’k dk;Z esa cgqr ifjJe djuk iM+rk gSA og ;g Hkh ikrk gS fd tks aHkh f”k{kk dsUnz esa i<+k;k tkrk gS og mlds nSfud thou esa enn ugha djrk gS ftl dkj.k og f”k{kk ls fujk”k gks tkrkgSA ;g vfuok;Z gS fd f”k{kk muds dk;Z ds lkFk lkFkZd gksA uxj vkSj “kgjksa esa Hkh lk{kjrk nj vkS j izkS<+ f”k{kk dksizkRlkfgr fd;k tkuk pkfg,A ;|fi ;g mudh :fp ds vuqdwy vf/kd mi;ksxh vkSj dk;kZ/kkfjr cukbZ tk ldrh gSA s;g O;oLFkk ,slh gks ftlesa dekuk vkSj lh[kuk lkFk&lkFk pysA izkS<+ f”k{kk ds iz;kl ;fn xk¡oksa esa Bhd gks rks xk¡oksa ls“kgjksa dh vksj iyk;u dh izo`fRr ls NqVdkjk feysxk 1- xk¡oksa esa izkS<+ f”k{kk dh D;k vko”;drk gS a) ;g d`f’k vk/kkfjr gksuh pkfg,A b) ;g eq¶r gksuh pkfg,A c) ;g vfuok;Z gksuh pkfg,A d) ;g lHkh xk¡o okyksa dks miyC/k gksuh pkfg,A 2- xk¡oksa esa izkS<+ f”k{kk dh eq[; leL;k gS && a) fofRr; vHkko ds dkj.k iqLrdsa u [kjhn ikuk b) le; dk vHkko o “kfEkZanxh c) fy[kus o i<+us esa v;ksX; d) xk¡oksa esa fo|ky;ksa dh dksbZ txg ugha 3- xk¡oksa esa izkS<+ f”k{kk dh vksj fdlku mnklhu gSa D;ksafd && a) muds ikl fo|ky; tkus dk le; ugha gSA b) fo|ky; esa i<+k, tkus okys fo’k; dk muds thou esa dksbZ mi;ksx ugha gSA c) muds ikl “kqYd nsus ds fy, /ku ugha gSA d) dBksj ifjJe ds ckn mUgsa vkjke vkSj euksjtu dh vko”;drk gSA a 4- izkS<+ f”k{kk izksRlkfgr dh tkuh pkfg, && a) dLcks o “kgjksa esa b) fo|ky; o egkfo|ky;ksa esa c) dLcs] “kgj o xk¡oksa esa d) dsoy xk¡oksa esa 5- izkS<+ f”k{kk dh eq[; leL;k D;k gS a) udnh dk vHkko b) v/;kidksa dh deh c) fo|ky; fuekZ.k ds fy, txg dk vHkko d) :fp dk vHkko 6- f”k{kk nh tkuh pkfg, && a) euksjatd vkSj :fpiw.kZ b) O;kolkf;d c) mi;ksxh o vFkZiw.kZ d) “kgjksa rd lhfer 21
  28. 28. Passage No. – 5Read the given statements and answer the given questions:-Neena, Madhu and Payal can play Tabla.Neena, Madhu, Salma can play guitar.Neena, Salma, Seema can dance.Seema, Neena, Madhu can sing.Question 1:- Who can play guitar, dance and sing? a) Neena b) Seema c) Madhu d) SalmaQuestion 2:- Who can dance and sing but can not play guitar ? a) Neena b) Seema c) Salma d) MadhuQuestion 3:- Who can play guitar and sing but can not dance? a) Payal b) Madhu c) Salma d) NeenaQuestion 4:- Who can play guitar, dance and sing and play Tabla? a) Payal b) Neena c) Madhu d) SeemaQuestion 5:- Who can play Tabla only? a) Payal b) Madhu c) Neena d) SalmaQuestion 6:- Who can play guitar but can not sing? a) Salma b) Madhu c) Neena d) Payal 22
  29. 29. fuEu dFkuksa dks /;kuiwoZd if<+, vkSj fn, x, iz”uksa ds mRrj nhft, %& uhuk] e/kq vkSj ik;y rcyk ctk ldrh gSaA uhuk] e/kq] lyek fxVkj ctk ldrh gSaA uhuk] lyek] lhek u`R; dj ldrh gSaA lhek] uhuk] e/kq xk ldrh gSaA 1- dkSu fxVkj ctk ldrh gS] u`R; dj ldrh gS vkSj xk ldrh gS a) uhuk b) lhek c) e/kq d) lyek 2- dkSu u`R; dj ldrh gS ijUrq fxVkj ugha ctk ldrh gS a) uhuk b) lhek c) lyek d) e/kq 3- dkSu xk ldrh gS vkSj fxVkj ctk ldrh gS] ijUrq u`R; ugha dj ldrh gS a) ik;y b) e/kq c) lyek d) uhuk 4- dkSu fxVkj vkSj rcyk ctk ldrh gS] xkrh gS vksj u`R; dj ldrh gS a) ik;y b) uhuk c) e/kq d) lhek 5- dkSu dsoy rcyk ctk ldrk gS a) ik;y b) e/kq c) uhuk d) lyek 6- dkSu fxVkj ctk ldrh gS ijUrq xk ugha ldrh a) lyek b) e/kq c) uhuk d) ik;y 23
  30. 30. Passage No. – 6 S3#R 9@ETV U 5%IW4 Y8S XZ6A K&7B1. In the above arrangement how many vowels are there which comes just after a symbol. a) Three b) Two c) One d) Four2. In the above arrangement how many numerals come just before a symbol. a) Two b) Three c) Four d) Five3. In the above arrangement how many consonant are there which comes just before a numeral. a) One b) Four c) Three d) Five4. In the above arrangement how many symbols are there which have a numeral just before them and a vowel does not come just after. a) Three b) Five c) Two d) Four5. In the above arrangement how many Geometrical figures are there which comes just before a numeral but does not come after a vowel. a) Three b) Two c) Four d) One6. In the above arrangement how many vowels are there which comes either just before or just after any consonant. a) Two b) Four c) Three d) Five 24
  31. 31. S3#R 9@ETV U 5%IW4 Y8S XZ6A K&7B1- mijksDr O;oLFkk esa ,ls fdrus Loj gSa tks fdlh izrhd ds rqjr ckn esa vkrs gSa a a) rhu b) nks c) ,d d) pkj2- mijksDr O;oLFkk esa ,sls fdrus la[;kad gSa tks izrhdksa ls rqjar igys gSa a) nks b) rhu c) pkj d) ik¡p3- mijksDr O;oLFkk esa ,sls fdrus O;atu gSa ftuls rqjr igys dksbZ la[;kad gSa a a) ,d b) pkj c) rhu d) ik¡p4- mijksDr O;oLFkk esa ,sls fdrus izrhd gSa ftuls rqjar igys ,d la[;kad gS ijUrq mlds ckn dksbZ Loj ugha gS a) rhu b) ik¡p c) nks d) pkj5- mijksDr O;oLFkk esa fdruh T;kferh; vkd`fr;k¡ fdlh la[;kad ls rqjar igys gSa ijUrq fdlh Loj ds ckn ugha gSa a) rhu b) nks c) pkj d) ,d6- mijksDr O;oLFkk esa fdrus Loj ,sls gSa tks O;atauksa ds rqjar igys ;k rqjar ckn esa gSa a) nks b) pkj c) rhu d) ik¡p 25
  32. 32. Passage No. – 7Four friends Anuj, Dinesh, Pankaj and Sumit come from different cities of India. They have different professions likeArtist, Doctor, Player and Singer. Now read carefully the following rules and information and answer the questions thatfollow. You can take help from the given table by marking the (× ) or ( ) in the boxes. 1. The first letter in the name of person, profession and the city is not same. 2. Sumit is a player and comes from Durg city. 3. Pankaj, Anuj and the player do not come from Pune. 4. Anuj is not a singer and comes from Sambhal 5. Pankaj comes from the city whose first letter can not be the same as the first letter of his profession Artist Doctor Player Singer Ajmer Durg Pune Sambhal Anuj Dinesh Pankaj Sumit1. Dinesh comes from which city? a) Ajmer b) Durg c) Pune d) Sambhal2. What is the profession of Anuj? a) Artist b) Doctor c) Player d) Singer3. Name the city from where Pankaj comes? a) Ajmer b) Durg c) Pune d) Sambhal4. Who among the following is the singer? a) Anuj b) Dinesh c) Pankaj d) Sumit5. Which pair of the following can exchange their profession with each-other if they follow the rule number 1 strictly ? a) Anuj – Dinesh b) Sumit – Pankaj c) Dinesh – Pankaj d) None of these6. What is the profession of Dinesh? a) Artist b) Doctor c) Player d) Singer 26
  33. 33. fuEu lwpukvksa dks /;kuiwoZd if<+, vkSj fu;e ,oa lwpukvksa ij vk/kkfjr iz”uksa ds mRrj nhft, %&pkj nksLr vuqt] fnus”k] iadt vkSj lqfer pkjksa vyx&vyx “kgjksa vtesj] nqxZ] iq.ks vkSj laHky ls vk, gSa rFkk pkjksa dsO;olk; dykdkj] MkWDVj] f[kykM+h ,oa xk;d gSaA vc fuEufyf[kr fu;eksa dk ikyu dfj, vkSj iz”uksa ds mRrj nhft,Avki fn, x, rkfydk [kkds dh enn ysdj iz”uksRrj dj ldrs gSaA dykdkj MkWDVj f[kykM+h xk;d vtesj nqxZ iq.ks laHky vuqt fnus”k iadt lqfer 1- O;fDr ds uke] O;olk; vkSj “kgj ds uke dk igyk v{kj vaxzsth ds vuqlkj leku ugha gSaA 2- lqfer f[kykM+h gS vkSj nqxZ ls vk;k gSA 3- vuqt] iadt vkSj f[kykM+h iq.ks ls ugha vk, gSaA 4- vuqt xk;d ugha gS vksj laHky ls vk;k gSA 5- iadt ftl “kgj ls vk;k gS ml “kgj ds uke ds igys v{kj okys O;olk; esa ugha gks ldrkAiz”u %& 1- fnus”k fdl “kgj ls vk;k gS a) vtesj b) nqxZ c) iq.ks d) laHky 2- vuqt dk O;olk; D;k gS a) dykdkj b) MkWDVj c) f[kykM+h d) xk;d 3- iadt fdl “kgj ls vk;k gS a) vtesj b) nqxZ c) iq.ks d) laHky 4- fuEu esa xk;d dkSu gS a) vuqt b) fnus”k c) iadt d) lqfer 5- fuEu esa dkSu lk tksM+k Øe la[;k 1 ds fu;e dk ikyu djrs gq, vius O;olk; dks ,d nwljs ls cny ldrs gSa a) vuqt&fnus”k b) lqfer&iadt c) fnus”k&iadt d) buesa ls dksbZ ugha 6- fnus”k dk O;olk; D;k gS a) dykdkj b) MkWDVj c) f[kykM+h d) xk;d 27
  34. 34. Passage No. – 8Education is for life, not merely for a livelihood! So long as we are unmindful of this truth the quality of oureducational curriculum as well as that of our teachers and students will remain inadequate. It is not enough for asociety to have experts. It needs human beings who can think, feel, and act generously, the kind of people whocannot be replaced by the computers and robots. The great fault of our present age is its emphasis on efficiency atthe cost of humanity. 1. The author talks about___________________ in the above passage. a) Human beings b) Teachers c) Education d) Curriculum 2. When the author says that education is for life, he means to say that – a) Education is useful for earning money. b) Education is useful for earring money c) Education can make a person rich d) Education can train the people to be proper human beings 3. The author says that it is not enough for a society to have experts because: a) Experts are very egoistic people b) Experts cannot give overall view of facts c) Experts are not really sensitive to the needs of the society d) Experts are eccentric people 4. According to the author the present educational system: a) Stresses on efficiency b) Fulfills social aspects c) Is science oriented d) Emphasizes on computer education 5. Human beings cannot be replaced by computers and robots because: a) Computers and robots are non-human b) They react mechanically c) They do not have specialized knowledge d) They cannot think and feel like humans 6. The main idea of the passage is: a) Educated people should have a sympathetic attitude b) Education should be to improve the quality of life rather than efficiency c) Only experts are efficient d) The only goal of education is to gain efficiency. 28
  35. 35. f”k{kk thou ds fy, gSa dsoy iSlk dekus ds fy, ugha gSA tc rd ge bl lPPkkbZ ds izfr lpsr ugha gksaxs rc rdgekjh f”k{kk dk ikB~;Øe vkSj gekjs v/;kidksa vkSj fo|kfFkZ;ksa dh xq.koRrk vi;kZIr jgsxhA fdlh lekt ds fy, dsoyfuiq.k yksxkas dk gksuk Ik;kZIr ugha gSA bls vko”;drk gS ,sls euq’;ksa dh tks lksp ldrs gSa] vuqHko dj ldrs gSa vkSjmnkjrk ls dke ys ldrs gSaA bl izdkj ds yksxksa dk LFkku dHkh Hkh dEI;wVj vkSj jkscksV ugha ys ldrs gSaA orZeku ;qxdk eq[; nks’k gS fd ge ekuork dks nkao ij yxkdj dk;Zdq”kyrk ij tksj ns jgs gSA 1- mijksDr x|ka”k esa ys[kd &&&&& ds ckjs esa ckr djrk gSA a) euq’; b) v/;kid c) f”k{kk d) ikB~;Øe 2- tc ys[kd dgrk gS fd f”k{kk thou ds fy, gS] blls mldk rkRi;Z gS fd % a) thou esa f”k{kk cgqr ykHknk;d gSA b) f”k{kk iSlk dekus ds fy, ykHkdkjh gSA c) f”k{kk O;fDr dks vehj cuk ldrh gSA d) f”k{kk yksxksa dks ekuork fl[kkrh gSA 3- ys[kd dgrk gS fd lekt ds fy, fuiq.k O;fDr;ksa dk gksuk gh Ik;kZIr ugha gS] D;ksafd & a) fuiq.k yksx cgqr vgadkjh gksrs gSaA b) fuiq.k yksx rF;ksa dk iw.kZ voyksdu ugha dj ldrs gSaA c) fuiq.k yksx lekt dh t:jrksa ds izfr laosnu”khy ugha gksrs gSaA d) fuiq.k yksx ludh gksrs gSaA 4- ys[kd ds vuqlkj orZeku f”k{kk iz.kkyh & a) n{krk ij tksj nsrh gSA b) lkekftd igyqvksa dks iw.kZ djrh gSA c) foKku mUeq[kh gSA d) dEI;wVj f”k{kk ij tksj nsrh gSA 5- dEI;wVj ;k jkscksV vkneh dh txg ugha ys ldrk gS] D;ksafd & a) dEI;wVj ;k jkscksV vekuoh; gksrs gSaA b) mudh izfrfØ;k ;kfU=d gSA c) muds ikl fof”k’V Kku ugha gksrkA d) os balku dh rjg u rks lksp ldrs gSa u eglwl dj ldrs gSaA 6- x|ka”k dk eq[; Hkko gS %& a) f”kf{kr O;fDr;ksa dk lgkuqHkwfriw.kZ joS;k gksuk pkfg,A b) f”k{kk dk mn~ns”; n{krk ugha cfYd thou dh xq.koRrk dks lq/kkjuk gksuk pkfg,A c) dsoy fuiq.k yksx gh n{k gksrs gSA d) f”k{kk dk ,dek= eq[; mn~ns”; n{krk dks izkIr djuk gSA 29
  36. 36. Answer Key to Qualitative Passage Based MCQPassage – 1Answer 1. (c) Courage and determinationAnswer 2. (b) Will powerAnswer 3. (d) All of the aboveAnswer 4. (b) Maintains balanceAnswer 5. (c) UNICEFAnswer 6. (d) All the abovePassage – 2Answer 1. (a) Earn LivelihoodAnswer 2. (b) ProfessionalAnswer 3. (d) DedicationAnswer 4. (a) LazyAnswer 5. (c) Third MasonAnswer 6. (c) Enjoy doing well with commitmentPassage – 3Answer 1. (c) Developing sound personality of their ownAnswer 2. (d) Parent should have interpersonal relations with teachersAnswer 3. (d) Help to build well developed personalityAnswer 4. (d) Teachers preach good principlesAnswer 5. (c) To develop into rich personalityAnswer 6. (c) wholesome development of the childPassage – 4Answer 1. (a) It should be agriculture orientedAnswer 2. (b) They hardly find time to study and feel shyAnswer 3. (b) What is taught in such schools is mostly of no use in his daily lifeAnswer 4. (c) Towns, cities and villagesAnswer 5. (b) Shortage of teachersAnswer 6. (c) Useful & meaningfulPassage – 5Answer 1. (a) NeenaAnswer 2. (b) SeemaAnswer 3. (b) MadhuAnswer 4. (b) NeenaAnswer 5. (a) PayalAnswer 6. (a) SalmaPassage – 6Answer 1. (b) TwoAnswer 2. (d) Five 30
  37. 37. Answer 3. (a) OneAnswer 4. (a) ThreeAnswer 5. (d) OneAnswer 6. (c) ThreePassage – 7Answer 1. (c)Answer 2. (b)Answer 3. (a)Answer 4. (c)Answer 5. (d)Answer 6. (a) Hints Artist Doctor Player Singer Ajmer Durg Pune Sambhal Anuj ×  × × × × ×  Dinesh  × × × × ×  × Pankaj × × ×   × × × Sumit × ×  × ×  × ×Passage – 8Answer 1. (c) EducationAnswer 2. (d) Education can train the people to be proper human beingsAnswer 3. (c) Experts are not really sensitive to the needs of the societyAnswer 4. (a) Stresses on efficiencyAnswer 5. (d) They cannot think and feel like humanAnswer 6. (b) Education should be to improve the quality of life rather than efficiency 31
  38. 38. 32 QUANTITATIVE Stand Alone MCQ1. What is the value of : Ekku Kkr djks %& 1 1/3 2 [(64) ½ ]1/3  [ ) ] 27 9 2 (i) 2 (ii) 9 (iii) /2 (iv) /9 22. What are the zeroes of the polynomial x – 16? cgqin x2 – 16 ds ‚kwU;kad crkvks %& (i) (4, –4) (ii) (–4, –4) (iii) (4, 4) (iv) None of these 3 23. What is the remainder when polynomial x – ax + 6x – a is divided by (x – a)? cgqin x3 – ax2 + 6x – a dks (x – a) ls Hkkx nsus ij ‚ks’kQy D;k gksxk a (i) a (ii) 3a (iii) /5 (iv) 5a4. Which one is correct order of Cartesian plane for the points (4, –4), (–3, 2), (–5, – 7) and (6, 3)? fcUnqvksa (4, –4), (–3, 2), (–5, –7) vkSj (6, 3) ds dkfrZds; ry dk Øe gS %& (i) I, II, III, IV (ii) IV, II, III, I (iii) III, II, I, IV (iv) II, III, IV, I 32
  39. 39. 335. In the given figure if BAC = 72 and AB = AC, ACD = ? o fn, x, fp= esa BAC = 72o rFkk AB = AC rks ACD dk eku gksxk %& o o o o (i) 54 (ii) 126 (iii)136 (iv) 1086. Sum of exterior angles of a triangle is : fdlh f=Hkqt ds cfg’dks.kksa dk ;ksx gksrk gS %& o o o o (i) 270 (ii) 306 (iii)630 (iv) 3607. If DC AA AB, the values of ‘x’ and ‘y’ are : fn, x, fp= esa ;fn DC AA AB rks ‘x’rFkk ‘y’ds eku gSa %& (i) (45o, 25o) o o (ii) (25 , 65 ) o o (iii) (30 , 45 ) o o (iv) (45 , 30 ) 33
  40. 40. 348. Which type of quadrilateral ABCD is, if AOB = 90 ? o prqHkqZt ABCD esa ;fn AOB = 90o gks rks ;g prqHkqZt fdl izdkj dk prqHkqZTk gS (i) Rectangle (आयत) (ii) Parallelogram (lekukUrj prqHkZqt) (iii) Rhombus (leprqHkqZt) (iv) All of them (mijksDr lHkh)9. In circle (O, r) AB is the chord and ACB = 76 , find ADB. o o‘RRk (O, r) esa thok AB gS] ;fn ACB = 76o rks ADB dk eku gksxk %& o o o o (i) 67 (ii) 78 (iii) 87 (iv) 7610. In circle (O, r), OP  QR and QR = 14 cm, the value of PQ is : o‘Rr (O, r) esa OP  QR rFkk QR = 14 cm rks PQ dk eku gksxk %& 34
  41. 41. 35 (i) 6 cm (ii) 6.7 cm (iii) 7 cm (iv) 7.6 cm11. Find the area of equilateral triangle of side 4 cm. 2 2 2 4 lseh Hkqtk (i) 43 cm (ii) 43 cm (iii)34 cm (iv) 6cm okys leckgq f=Hkqt dk {ks=Qy gksxk %&12. A bag contains 7 red balls, 6 green balls, 4 black balls. A ball is drawn randomly 7 6 4 (i) /17 (ii) /17 (iii) /17 (iv) 0 from this bag. What is the probability of the drawn ball is to be white ball? ,d FkSys esa 7 yky] 6 gjh vkSj 4 dkyh xsnsa gSaA ;kn‘PN;k FkSys esa ls ,d xsn fudkyh tkrh gSA a a fudkyh xbZ xsn ds lQsn gksus dh izkf;drk D;k gksxh a (i) /3  r r (iii) /16  r 4 ¾ 9 4 (ii) (iv) /3r13. Radius of the base of a cylinder and sphere are equal, the volume of both are equal, the height of cylinder is: ,d csyu ds vk/kkj o xksys dh f=T;k leku gSa] ;fn muds vk;ru cjkcj gksa rks csyu dh Å¡pkbZ D;k gksxh14. ? : True Solution : : Starch Solution : Salt Solution (i) Homogenous solution (ii) Suspension (iii) Colloidal solution (iv) Aqueous solution % okLrfod foy;u % % LVkpZ foy;u % ued dk ?kksy (i) Lekaxh foy;u (ii) fuyEcu (iii) dksykbMy foy;u 35
  42. 42. 36 (iv) tyh; foy;u15. Filtration : Fractional distillation : : ? : ? (i) Solid – liquid : miscible liquid (ii) Sublimation : Separating funnel (iii) Solid – solid : liquid – liquid (iv) Gas – gas : solid – gas Nkuuk % vklou fof/k % % % (i) Bksl&nzo % ?kqyu‛khy nzo (ii) m/oZikru % i‘FkDdj.k Quy (iii) Bksl&Bksl % nzo&nzo (iv) xSl&xSl % Bksl&xSl16. Oxygen : 16 : : carbon : ? (i) 27 (ii) 35.5 (iii) 14 (iv) 12 vkDlhtu % 16 % % dkcZu % (i) 27 (ii) 35.5 (iii) 14 (iv) 1217. Robert Hooks : Robert Brown : : Cells : ? (i) Cytoplasm (ii) Mitochondria (iii) Nucleus (iv) Lysosomes 36
  43. 43. 37 jkcVZ gqd % jkcVZ czkmu % % dksf‛kdk % (i) Dksf‛kdk nzO; (ii) ekbVksdkafMª;k (iii) dsUnzd (iv) ykblkslkse18. Suicidal bag : power house : : ? : Mitochondria (i) Plastids (ii) Golgi apparatus (iii) Ribosome (iv) Lysosomes vkREk?kkrh FkSyh % ikoj gkml % % % ekbVksdkafMª;k (i) IySfLVM (ii) xkYth midj.k (iii) jkbckslkse (iv) ykblkslkse19. Leucoplasts : Chromoplasts : : Colourless : ? (i) Coloured (ii) Green (iii) White (iv) Black Y;wdksIykLV % ØkseksIykLV % % jaxghu % (i) jaxhu (ii) gjk (iii) lQsn (iv) dkyk 37
  44. 44. 3820. Amoeba : ? : : Unicellular : Multi-cellular (i) Earthworm (ii) Euglena (iii) Paramecium (iv) Bacteria vehck % % % ,dy dksf‛kdh; % cgqdksf‛kdh; (i) dspqvk (ii) ;wXyhuk (iii) isjkfef‛k;e (iv) thok.kq21. Apical Meristem : Lateral Meristem : : Tips of stem : ? (i) Sides of stem or roots (ii) Base of leaves (iii) Internodes on twinges (iv) Outer covering of epidermis ‚kh’kZLFk foHkT;ksrd % ik‛ohZ; foHkT;ksrd % % rus ds ‚kh’kZ ij % (i) rus vkSj tM+ dh ifjf/k ij (ii) ifRr;ksa ds vk/kkj ij (iii) Vgfu;ksa ds ioZ ij (iv) Ckgjh Ropk ij22. Xylem : ? : : transport of water : transport of food (i) Parenchyma (ii) Phloem (iii) Collenchymas (iv) Sclerenchyma 38
  45. 45. 39 tkbye % % % ty dk laogu % Hkkstu dk laogu (i) iSjUdkbek s (ii) ¶yks,e (iii) dksysUdkbek (iv) LdsysjsUdkbek23. Stomata : ? : : Exchanging of gas : opening & closing of stomata (i) Protective tissue (ii) Guard cell (iii) Thick walls of cells (iv) Epidermis cell LVkseVk % s % % xSlksa dk vknku&iznku % LVkseVk dk [kqyuk vkSj cUn gksuk s (i) laj{kh Ård (ii) j{kd dksf‛kdk (iii) dksf‛kdk dh fHkfRr (iv) ckg~; Ropk dksf‛kdk24. Force : Newton : : Energy : ? (i) Kilogram (ii) meter/second (iii) Joules 2 (iv) Meter/second cy % U;wVu % % ÅtkZ % (i) fdyksxzke (ii) ehVj@lsds.M (iii) twy 2 (iv) ehVj@lsds.M 39
  46. 46. 4025. F1 force is required to accelerate 2 kg mass at 5 ms–2 and F2 force is required to accelerate 4 kg mass at 2 metres/sec2 F1 cy 2 kg nzO;eku dks 5 ms–2 ls Rofjr djrk gSA F2 cy 4 kg nzO;eku dks 2 metres/sec2 ls Rofjr djrk gSA (i) F1 = F2 (ii) F1> F2 (iii) F1 < F2 (iv) None of these (mijksDr esa dksbZ ugha)26. Momentum of a moving body is given by : fdlh xfr‛khy oLrq dk laox dk lw= % s (i) mv (ii) m  a (iii) m  g (iv) All of above (mijksDr lHkh )27. Weight of a boy on earth is 72 N, what will be his weight on moon? ;fn fdlh yM+ds dk Hkkj i‘Foh ij 72 N gS rks mldk pk¡n ij fdruk Hkkj gksxk (i) 9N (ii) 18 N (iii) 8 N (iv) 12 N 40
  47. 47. 4128. Which side of box will exert more pressure on table top? ckDl dkl dkSu lk fljk est ij vf/kd nkc Mkysxk (i) A (ii) B (iii) Both exert same pressure (nksuksa fls ,d tSlk nkc Mkysaxs) (iv) None of these (mijksDr esa dksbZ ugha)29. Weight of an object at polar and at equator : fdlh oLrq dk Hkkj /kzqo rFkk Hkwe/; js[kk ij % (i) Increasing from pole to equator (/kzqo ls Hkwe/; js[kk rd c<+rk gS) (ii) Remain same (,d tSlk jgrk gS) (iii) Decreasing from pole to equator (/kzqo ls Hkwe/; js[kk rd ?kVrk gS) (iv) All of them (mijksDr lHkh)30. An object will float on fluid only if its density is : dksbZ OkLrq rjy ds lrg ij rSjrh gS ;fn mldk ?kuRo % (i) Less than fluid (rjy ls de gks) (ii) More than fluid (rjy ls vf/kd gks) (iii) Same as fluid (rjy ds leku gks) (iv) None of these (mijksDr esa ls dksbZ ugha) 41
  48. 48. 4231. Expression for kinetic energy and potential energy of a body is given by : fdlh oLrq dh xfrt ÅtkZ vkSj fLFkfrt ÅtkZ dk lw= % (i) ½ mv2, ma 2 (ii) mgh, ½ mv (iii) ma, mgh 2 (iv) ½ mv , mgh32. The energy used in industry is expressed in Kilowatt hour (KWh) which is equal to : ÅtkZ dk O;olkf;d ek=d fdyksokV ?kaVk (KWh) gSA ;g ÅtkZ ds cjkcj gS %& (i) 3.6  10 6 J (ii) 3.06  10 J 6 (iii) 306  10 J 6 (iv) 30.6  10 J 633. To hear an echo the minimum distance between the obstacle and the source of sound should be : izfr/ofu lqukbZ nsus ds fy, /ofu mRiknd lzkr rFkk ijkorZd ds chp de ls de nwjh gksuh pkfg, % s (i) 10.4 m (ii) 15.2 m (iii) 20.6 m (iv) 17.2 m34. An adult human ear can hear sound in a frequency range of : ,d o;Ld euq’; ds dkuksa ds JO; ifjlj ds rjaxnS/;Z % (i) 20 Hz to 2000 Hz (ii) 20 Hz to 20000 Hz (iii) 20 Hz to 200 Hz 42
  49. 49. 43 (iv) 20 Hz to 200000 Hz35. Ultra sound range of frequencies associated with : (i) Less than 20000 Hz (ii) Greater than 20000 Hz (iii) None of these (iv) Equal to 20000 Hz ijk/ofu vkorhZ dk ifjlj % (i) 20000 Hz ls de (ii) 20000 Hz ls vf/kd (iii) mijksDr esa dksbZ ugha (iv) 20000 Hz ds cjkcj36. Malaria is caused by parasite : (i) Salmonella Typhi (ii) Vibro Cholerae (iii) Plasmodium (iv) Bacteria eysfj;k ijthoh ls QSyrk gS %& (i) lkYkeksusyk VkbQh (ii) focjks dksysjk (iii) IykTeksfM;e (iv) thok.kq 43
  50. 50. 44 37. The national average consumption quantity of PDS is 1 kg. It is 300 gm in Orissa. Find out how much is the quantity of average consumption less than the national average consumption quantity in Orissa? ih Mh ,l [kk|kUuksa dk jk’Vªh; vkSlr miHkksx ek=k 1 fdyksxzke gSA mM+hlk esa ;g 300 xzke gSA crkb, mM+hlk esa vkSlr miHkksx ek=k jk’Vªh; vkSlr miHkksx ek=k ls fdruh de gS (i) 299 gm (ii) 301 gm (iii) 700 gm (iv) 400 gm 38. Production of grains in India : Hkkjr esa vukt dk mRiknuYear o’kZ 1960-61 1970-71 1980-81 1990-91Year (quantity crores ton) 8 10 15 18Ek=k ¼fDoaVy djksM+ Vu½ In between which decade the production of grains has increased the most? fdu n‛kdksa ds e/; mRiknu dh o‘f) lcls vf/kd jgh (i) 1960-61 (ii) 1970-71 (iii) 1980-81 (iv) 1990-91 39. The percentage of poverty in Bihar is 42 and the percentage of poverty in West Bengal is 20. Find its ratio. fcgkj esa fu/kZurk dk izfr‛kr 42 gS rFkk caxky esa fu/kZurk dk izfr‛kr 20 gSA bls vuqikr esa crkb, (i) 6:5 (ii) 21 : 10 (iii) 5 : 6 (iv) 20 : 21 44
  51. 51. 45 40. Year o’kZ Rural Poverty (%) Urban Poverty (%) xzkeh.k fu/kZurk ‚kgjh fu/kZurk 1973-74 26.1 6.0 1993-94 24.4 7.6 1999-00 19.3 6.7 Find the total percentage of poverty in the year 1999-00. 1999&00 esa dqy fu/kZurk dk izfr‛kr crkb,A (i) 32.1 (ii) 26.0 (iii) 32.0 (iv) 20 41. Details of Health Centres being opened by the Government under National Health Policy : jk’Vªh; LokLF; uhfr ds rgr ljdkj }kjk [kksys x, LokLF; dsUnzkas dk fooj.k %Year o’kZ 1951 1981 2001No. of Health Centres 925 59363 163181LokLF; dsUnzkas dh la[;k How many new Health Centres have been opened after 1981? 1981 ds i‛pkr fdrus vkSj u, LokLF; dsUnz [kksys x, (i) 5718 (ii) 56438 (iii) 58288 (iv) 103818 45
  52. 52. 46 42. How much percentage has increased in the male literacy rate?iq:’k lk{kjrk esa fdrus izfr‛kr o‘f) gqb Z (i) 47 (ii) 42 (iii) 70 (iv) 85 43. Govind, a farmer of village Palampur, holds a land of 3.25 hectares. He gave his three sons a piece of land of 0.75 hectares to each. the remaining land he keeps by himself. How many hectares of land is left with Govind now? xksfoUn tk ikyeiqj xk¡o dk fdlku gS mlds ikl 3-25 gsDVs;j tehu gSA mlus vius rhu iq=ksa dks 0-75 gsDVs;j tehu izR;sd dks ns nhA ‚ks’k tehu mlds ikl jg x;hA crkb, xksfoUn ds ikl fdrus gsDVs;j tehu cph (i) 1.5 hectares (ii) 1 hectare (iii) 0.5 hectare (iv) 0.75 hectares 46
  53. 53. 47 44. Calculate the temperature range from the given table : lkj.kh ls rki ifjlj Kkr dhft,Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov DecTem o C 14.4 16.4 23.3 30 33.3 33.3 36 29 28.9 25.6 19.4 15.9 (i) 21.6 (ii) 18 (iii) 66.6 (iv) 25 45. Find the percentage of children from the above pie-chart. fn, x, vkjs[k esa cPpksa dk izfr‛kr crkb, (i) 70 (ii) 51.2 (iii) 65.6 (iv) 34.4 46. A country must have 33% of forests. In India, the percentage of forests is 20.55%. How much percentage of forests is lacking for an ideal state? fdlh ns‛k esa ouksa dk izfr‛kr 33% gksuk pkfg,A Hkkjr esa ouksa dks izfr‛kr 20-55% gSA ,d vkn‛kZ fLFkfr ds fy, fdrus izfr‛kr ouksa dh deh gS (i) 55.5 (ii) 10 (iii) 12.45 (iv) 15 47
  54. 54. 48 47. Following is the annual average rainfall in four mega cities : pkj egkuxjksa dh okf’kZd vkSlr o’kkZ fuEu gS %&Megacity Mumbai Kolkata Chennai ThiruvanantpuramegkuxjRainfall (in cm) 183.4 162.5 128.6 181.2o’kkZ ¼lseh esa½ Determine the difference between the maximum average rainfall and the minimum average rainfall :lcls vf/kd vkSlr o’kkZ o lcls de vkSlr o’kkZ dk vUrj Kkr dhft, %& (i) 50.6 (ii) 56.8 (iii) 52.6 (iv) 54.8 48. 80% 36% 20% 64% How much percentage of agricultural land do the rich farmers have? vehj fdlkuksa ds ikl fdrus izfr‛kr d‘f’k {ks= gS (i) 36 (ii) 64 (iii) 20 (iv) 80 48
  55. 55. 4949. Census Year Sex Ratio per 1000 tux.kuk o’kZ fyax vuqikr 1951 946 1961 941 1971 930 1981 934 1991 939 In which census year did the sex ratio remain minimum? lcls de fyax vuqikr fdl tux.kuk o’kZ esa jgk (i) 1951 (ii) 1961 (iii) 1971 (iv) 198150. Find the next digit in the following series ? निम्िनिखित श्रृििा में अगिा अंक ? ं 1, 5, 14, 30, 55, ? (i) 91 (ii) 36 (iii) 95 (iv) 101 49
  56. 56. 50 Answer Key Quantitative Stand Alone MCQ1. (iv) 18. (iv) 35. (i)2. (i) 19. (i) 36. (iii)3. (iv) 20. (i) 37. (iii)4. (ii) 21. (i) 38. (iii)5. (ii) 22. (ii) 39. (ii)6. (iv) 23. (ii) 40. (ii)7. (ii) 24. (iii) 41. (iv)8. (iii) 25. (ii) 42. (i)9. (iv) 26. (i) 43. (ii)10. (iii) 27. (iv) 44. (i)11. (ii) 28. (i) 45. (iv)12. (iv) 29. (i) 46. (iii)13. (i) 30. (i) 47. (iv)14. (iii) 31. (iv) 48. (ii)15. (i) 32. (i) 49. (iii)16. (iv) 33. (iv) 50. (i)17. (iii) 34. (ii) 50
  57. 57. 51 QUANTITATIVE Passage Based MCQ Passage No. 1Rachna has in her kitchen 17 spoons, 3 serving spoons, 22 quarter plates, 25 full plates, 11forks, 2 lighters and 42 boxes. Some of these boxes contain spices, 7 of the boxes containpulses and 4 boxes contain rice. Two boxes have ghee and three boxes have oil in them. In thisway Rachna’s kitchen is full of variety of things.On the basis of your reading of the passage answer the questions given below : 1. How many utensils are there in Rachna’s kitchen? (i) 78 (ii) 87 (iii) 68 (iv) 86 2. What percentage of boxes of pulses are there in the kitchen? (i) 17/3 (ii) 7 (iii) 11 (iv) 50/3 3. What is the ratio of rice boxes to the remaining boxes in the kitchen? (i) 3:19 (ii) 2:21 (iii) 5:21 (iv) 2:19 51
  58. 58. 52 4. How many more boxes of pulses are there other than rice boxes in the kitchen? (i) 7 (ii) 3 (iii) 4 (iv) 11jpuk dh jlksbZ esa 17 pEeps] 3 peps] 22 IysVs]a 25 Fkkyh] 11 dkaVs] 2 ykbVj] 42 fMCcs gSaA bu fMCcksa esa dqNelkyksa ds fMCcs gSa rFkk 7 fMCcs nkyksa ds gSaA lkFk gh bu fMCcksa esa 4 pkoy ds fMCcs gSaA bu lHkh lkeku dslkFk&lkFk 2 fMCcs ?kh ds gSa vkSj 3 fMCcs rsy ds gSaA bl izdkj fofHkUu lkekuksa ls mldk jlksbZ?kj Hkjk gqvkgSAbl x|ka”k ds vk/kkj ij fuEu iz”uksa ds mRrj nks %& 1- jpuk dh jlksbZ esa dqy fdrus crZu gSa (i) 78 (ii) 87 (iii) 68 (iv) 86 2- jlksbZ esa nkyksa ds fMCck aका प्रतिशि क्मा gSa (i) 17/3 (ii) 7 (iii) 11 (iv) 50/3 3- यसोई घय भं चावर के fMCcksa vkSj शेष fMCcksa का अनुऩाि क्मा है ? (i) 3:19 (ii) 2:21 (iii) 5:21 (iv) 2:19 52
  59. 59. 53 4- pkoy ds fMCcksa ls nkyksa ds fMCcksa dh la[;k fdruh vf/kd gS (i) 7 (ii) 3 (iii) 4 (iv) 11 Passage No. 2A survey was conducted among 1200 people of Delhi speaking different languages, which isshown in the given figure. Calculate the following as per given figure. 1. Number of Hindi speaking people are : (i) 150 (ii) 45 (iii) 500 (iv) 60 2. How many people speak Punjabi? (i) 150 (ii) 45 (iii) 90 (iv) 300 3. How many people speak Hindi and Tamil both together? (i) 180 53
  60. 60. 54 (ii) 600 (iii) 280 (iv) 380 4. How many more people speak English than Malyalam? (i) 25 (ii) 50 (iii) 76 (iv) 67fnYyh ds fofHkUu Hkk’kk,a cksyus okys yksxksa dk los{k.k fd;k x;k] ftlesa dqy 1200 yksx “kkfey gq, ftUgsamudh la[;k ds vuqikr esa fp= esa n”kkZ;k x;k gSA fp= dh lgk;rk ls crkb, fd %& 1. fgUnh cksyus okys yksx fdrus gSa (i) 150 (ii) 45 (iii) 500 (iv) 60 2. iatkch cksyus okys yksxksa dh la[;k D;k gS (i) 150 (ii) 45 (iii) 90 (iv) 300 54
  61. 61. 55 3. fgUnh vkSj rfey ckyus okys yksxksa dh la[;k crkvksA (i) 180 (ii) 600 (iii) 280 (iv) 380 4. ey;kye cksyus okyksa ls vaxzsth cksyus okyksa dh la[;k fdruh vf/kd gS (i) 25 (ii) 50 (iii) 76 (iv) 67 Passage No. 3 The phenomenon of change of a liquid into its vapour at any temperature below its boilingpoint is called evaporation. Wet clothes dry up in air due to the evaporation of water. Rate ofevaporation increases with increase in temperature. The particles in a liquid have differentkinetic energies. Some particles have lower kinetic energies and other have higher kineticenergies. The particles having higher kinetic energies at the surface of the liquid overcome theforces of attraction of other particles, leave the surface and get converted into vapour.Evaporation is continuous process and particles keep on escaping the surface of the liquid. 1. At what temperature evaporation takes place? (i) At boiling point (ii) Above boiling point (iii) At room temperature (iv) Below boiling point 2. How do wet clothes dry-up? (i) Due to condensation (ii) Due to evaporation (iii) Due to surface tension (iv) Due to temperature 55
  62. 62. 56 3. What is the effect of temperature on evaporation? (i) Increases with temperature (ii) Decreases with temperature (iii) No effect of temperature (iv) None of these 4. What type of energy do the particles have in a liquid? (i) Electrical energy (ii) Potential energy (iii) Kinetic energy (iv) Radiation energyOk’ihdj.k og izfØ;k gS ftlds }kjk dksbZ nzo vius DoFkukad ls Hkh de rki ij ok’i esa ifjofrZr gks tkrkgSA xhys diM+s ty ds ok’ihdj.k ds dkj.k gok esa lw[k tkrs gSaA ok;qeaMy dk rki vf/kd gksus ijok’ihdj.k dh nj vf/kd gks tkrh gSA nzo voLFkk esa d.kksa dh xfrt ÅtkZ vyx&vyx gksrh gSA dqN d.kksadh xfrt ÅtkZ vf/kd vkSj dqN dh xfrt ÅtkZ de gksrh gSA nzo dh lrg ds d.kksa dh xfrt ÅtkZ vf/kdgksus ds dkj.k ;g d.k vkd’kZ.k cy ls eqDr gksdj nzo dh lrg dks NksM+dj ok’i esa ifjofrZr gks tkrs gSaAok’ihdj.k ,d yxkrkj gksus okyh fØ;k gS vkSj nzo ds d.k nzo dh lrg dks NksM+rs jgrs gSaA 1- ok’ihdj.k fdl rki ij gksrk gS (i) DoFkukad ऩय (ii) DoFkukad से ऊऩय (iii) कभये क िाऩभान ऩय े (iv) DoFkukad से नीचे 2- xhys diM+s fdl dkj.k lw[k tkrs gSa (i) सॊघनन क कायण े (ii) वाष्ऩीकयण क कायण े (iii) सिह िनाव क कायण े (iv) िाऩभान क कायण े 56
  63. 63. 573- rkieku dk ok’ihdj.k ij D;k izHkko iM+rk gS(i) िाऩभान क साथ फढ़ जािी है े(ii) िाऩभान क साथ कभ हो जािी है े(iii) िाऩभान का कोई प्रबाव नहीॊ(iv) इनभं से कोई नहीॊ4- nzo ds d.kksa esa fdl izdkj dh ÅtkZ gksrh gS(i) ववद्युि ऊजाा(ii) सॊबाववि ऊजाा(iii) काइनेटिक ऊजाा(iv) ववटकयण ऊजाा Passage No. 4 The measures adopted in health arena have increased the life expectancy to over 64 years in 2000. Infant mortality rate (IMR) has come down from 147 in 1951 to 75 in 2000. Crude birth rates have dropped to 26.1 and death rate to 8.7 within the same duration of time. Increase in life expectancy and improvement in childcare are useful in assessing the future progress of the country.1. How much did the life expectancy increase in the year 2000? (i) 47 (ii) 75 (iii) 26 (iv) 642. What percentage of the infant mortality rate fell during 1951 to 2000? (i) 48.9 % (ii) 50 % (iii) 51 % 57
  64. 64. 58 (iv) 51.9 %3. How much has been the growth rate between 1951 to 2000? (i) 8.7 (ii) 17.4 (iii) 26.1 (iv) 644. How much did the death rate reach in 2000? (i) 7.5 (ii) 8.7 (iii) 6.4 (iv) 6.2 LokLF; {ks= ds fofHkUu mik;ksa ds viukus ls thou izR;k”kk c<+dj o’kZ 2000 esa 64 ls vf/kd gks x;hA f”k”kq e`R;q nj 1951 ds 147 ls ?kVdj 2000 esa 75 ij vk x;h gSA blh vof/k esa v”kksf/kr tUenj fxjdj 26-1 vkSj e`R;qnj 8-7 ij vk x;h gSA thou izR;k”kk esa o`f) vkSj f”k”kq ns[kHkky eas lq/kkj ns”k ds vkRefo”okl dks Hkkoh izxfr ds lkFk vk¡dus ds fy, mi;ksxh gSA1- o’kZ 2000 esa thou izR;k”kk c<+dj fdruh gks x;h (i) 47 (ii) 75 (iii) 26 (iv) 642- f”k”kq e`R;qnj esa 1951 ls 2000 ds vUnj fdruh तगयावि आ;h (i) 48.9 % (ii) 50 % (iii) 51 % 58
  65. 65. 59 (iv) 51.9 %3- 1951 ls 2000 ds e/; o`f)nj D;k jgh (i) 8.7 (ii) 17.4 (iii) 26.1 (iv) 644- 2000 esa e`R;qnj fdruh gks x;h (i) 7.5 (ii) 8.7 (iii) 6.4 (iv) 6.2 Passage No. 5 The expenditure on education in 1951- 52 increases from 0.64% to 3.98% in 2002-03 (Budgetary estimate). The literacy rate have increased from 18% in 1951 to 65% in 2001. Literacy is not only a right, it is also needed if the citizen are to perform their duties and enjoy their right properly. However, a vast difference is noticed across different sections of population. Literacy among males is nearly 50% higher than females and it is about 50% higher in urban areas as compared to the rural areas. Literacy rates vary from 96% in some district of Kerala to below 30% in some parts of Madhya Pradesh.1. How much is the education budget after increasing in 2003? (i) 18% (ii) 64% (iii) 96% (iv) 3.98%2. Find the increase in the education budget from 1951 to 2003. (i) 47% (ii) 96% 59
  66. 66. 60 (iii) 3.34% (iv) 50%3. How much has the literacy rate increased from 1951 to 2001? (i) 25% (ii) 42% (iii) 47% (iv) 60%4. In how many districts of Karela the percentage of literacy rate is more as compare to Madya Pradesh? (i) 30 (ii) 66 (iii) 65 (iv) 90 izfr”kr ds :i esa f”k{kk ij O;; 1951&52 ds 0-64 izfr”kr ls c<+dj 2002&03 esa 3-98 izfr”kr ¼ctVh; vuqeku½ gks x;k gSA blls lk{kjrk nj 1951 ds 18 izfr”kr ls c<+dj 2001 esa 65 izfr”kr gks x;hA efgykvksa dh vis{kk iq:’kksa esa lk{kjrk nj djhc 50 izfr”kr vf/kd gS vkSj xzkeh.k {ks=ksa dh vis{kk uxjh; {ks=ksa esa iq:’kksa esa lk{kjrk nj djhc ipkl izfr”kr vf/kd gSA dsjy ds dqN ftyksa esa lk{kjrk nj 96 izfr”kr gS tcfd e/; izns”k ds dqN Hkkxksa esa ;g 30 izfr”kr ls uhps gSA1- 2003 esa f”k{kk ctV c<+dj fdrus izfr”kr gks x;k (i) 18% (ii) 64% (iii) 96% (iv) 3.98%2- 1951 ls 2003 esa f”k{kk ctV esa o`f) izfr”kr crkb,A (i) 47% (ii) 96% (iii) 3.34% 60
  67. 67. 61 (iv) 50%3- 2001 esa lk{kjrk nj c<+dj fdrus izfr”kr gks xbZ (i) 75% (ii) 65% (iii) 30% (iv) 96%4- dsjy ds dqN ftyksa esa भध्म प्रदे श की िुरना भं fdrus izfr”kr lk{kjrk अतधक gS (i) 30 (ii) 66 (iii) 65 (iv) 90 Passage No. 6The government of a state is in the process of deciding how to spend its limited income. Ithas 7 crore left in its budget and eight programs to choose among. There is no provision inthe constitution to have a surplus, and each program has requested the minimum amountthey need; in other words, no program may be partially funded. The programs and theirfunding requests are:*Disaster management: 2.5 crore* Road Construction: 1 crore* School Building: 0.5 crore* Govt. Office building: 1.5 crore* Agricultural subsidy program: 2 crore* LPG Subsidy: 0.5 crore* Housing loan program: 3 crore* Drainage : 4 crore1. MLA’s from urban areas are very concerned about assuring that there will be funding for a new drainage. MLA’s from rural areas refuse to fund anything until 61

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