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Career & Research Guide for CSIR Aspirants

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  1. 1. 1 BANSALACADEMY : SCF. 19, Sector 16, Chandigarh Mobile: 09216090169 www.bansalacademy.co.in www.facebook.com/bansal.academy/likes Research and Career Guide SECTOR 16-D, CHANDIGARH Call: 0172-2710169, 092160-90169 CONTENTS TOPIC Page No. Tips to Crack Exam ............................................................................................ 4 Most Mistaken Trends ....................................................................................... 5 Most probable Questions Concepts Life Science .................................................. 6 Basic Important Questions of Life Science ......................................................... 8 Selected Topics and Expected number of questions .............................................. 18 Basic Important Questions of Physical Science ....................................................19 Most Probable concepts – Chemical Science .......................................................23 Basic Important Questions of Chemical Science .................................................. 24 General Aptitude ................................................................................................29 Exams Conducted For Government Services ....................................................... 32 Major Exams in India Conducted for Science Students ......................................... 32 Job positions in life science, chemical science, physical science .............................33 Scholarship Programs .........................................................................................37 Research Institute ............................................................................................ 42 Research Institutes for Physics .......................................................................... 46
  2. 2. Set Of Standard Booklets In Detail. PartA- GeneralAptitude - Practice Problems. Part B- Major Concepts - Practice Problems. Part C-AnalyticalScientific Concepts - MCQs. PreviousYear Papers- Solved. Mock Test Papers. Life Science | Physical Science | Chemical Science
  3. 3. 3 BANSALACADEMY : SCF. 19, Sector 16, Chandigarh Mobile: 09216090169 www.bansalacademy.co.in www.facebook.com/bansal.academy/likes Research and Career Guide This is highly comprehensive and unique programme for CSIR-JRF/NET/GATE / DBT-JRF/ICMR. This programme will offer you the right mix of classes, problem solving session supplemented with finest study material composing of synopsis, notes and assignments on the pattern of examination of develop comprehensive understanding of concepts and their application. Stress is laid on periodic tests, chapter practice problems, mock tests, motivational results to have a very strong command over fundamental concept. The ultimate step in the preparation before final exam is our guaranteed results oriented capsule programme which is highly intensive and helpthestudents todefinitely cleartheexam.Capsuleprogrammeintroductionhasyielded100%results. Monsoon Session: 2nd July, 9th July, 27th July Till Exam Saturday and Sundays. Weekend Classroom Programme: Duration and Time of Classes : (Exam Held In December) All Days Till Exam except during national holidays. Winter Session: (Exam Held In June) 2nd January, 9th January, 27th January Till Exam May & November 1st week Fast Track Crash Course: Registration Process Commencement of Programme Scholarship Test Regular Classroom Contact Programme
  4. 4. 4 BANSALACADEMY : SCF. 19, Sector 16, Chandigarh Mobile: 09216090169 www.bansalacademy.co.in www.facebook.com/bansal.academy/likes Research and Career Guide 1. Read the syllabus for 10-20 times in 20 days. Be familiar with the topics, syllabus thoroughly 2. Now decide which topics, you can leave. Focus on what not to do 3. Analyze the previous year papers and note down the repeated concepts examiner oftenly asking again & again. 4. Prepare list of most probable concepts and focus on those concepts particularly. 5. Arrange study material, books, question books for thorough studies. 6. Preparation style should be very basic i.e. question based theory 7. Follow OBES (open Book Evolution System) without hesitation to clear the concepts, where ever, even minor problem exists. 8. This is not theory exam, so try to attempt maximum Direct/factual questions through MCQs. For scientific Aptitude based Analysis/application question you need to practice move and more MCQs as these are easy to solve with a little tricks/logics. 9. Revise repeated concepts thrice thorough MCQs 10. Do not over attempt, keep check. Do not perform experiment in exam as it can lead us to negative marks. Hence failure. May be our attempt is good and we are about to qualify the exam so. In examination read only those MCQs which you have prepared trough you consistent preparation. It will save your time. 11. Always attempt maximum marks MCQs first. 12. If any MCQs in taking more than two minutes then leave this question and move to other one you can attempt. 13. Count the marks of attempted MCQ, if its in above cut off then recheck and revise you answers. If you are satisfied then you can look only for 1-3 more MCQs to attempt. But beware of negative marks. Tips to Crack Exam Syllabus | Examination Scheme / Pattern-Links CSIR- NET-JRF- csirhrdg.res.in DBT-JRF- www.oasis.mkcl.org ICMR-JRF- www.icmr.nic.in GATE -www.gate.iit.ac.in ISRO - www.isro.gov.in TIFR- www.tifr.res.in JEST- www.jest.org.in BARC-www.barconlineexamin, www.bare.gov.in-s/port
  5. 5. 5 BANSALACADEMY : SCF. 19, Sector 16, Chandigarh Mobile: 09216090169 www.bansalacademy.co.in www.facebook.com/bansal.academy/likes Research and Career Guide Not many students would admit to enjoying taking exams or writing essays, but if you want to get through the exam, they’re an ordeal you have to survive. So we’ve worked out how to make the whole thing a little less stressful. We’ve persuaded four academics from a range of subject areas to tell us the top 10 things students get wrong in exams and coursework. This is what they’ve told us: Panic and procrastination - Sometimes a task can feel so overwhelming that it’s difficult to begin, says Bansal Academy Procrastination takes over and you just can’t seem to get anything done. The bare white page is a formidable foe when it stares back at you, untouched, from the library desk. Try not to panic, protect and manage your preparation time, and don’t put off getting started. Lack of analysis - It can be tempting to parrot everything you know when writing essays and exam answers. But to demonstrate your understanding you should engage critically with your source material. Always assume an informed reader — they do not need a plot summary or biographies of key figures. Read through the marking scheme used by your examiner. You will notice some very telling words and phrases attached to the highest marks. Poor planning - In exams it’s vital that you don’t jump the gun. Take the first five to 10 minutes to read through the paper and plan the questions you’re going to answer in order of how confident you feel in that subject area, says Bhavik Patel, lecturer in physical and analytical chemistry at University of Brighton. Make sure you secure the marks on the questions that you find easiest to answer first, before attempting questions that are more difficult. The latter often make you lose confidence and time during exam conditions. Not reading the question properly - When revising, students often rehearse answers in their head. Although we don’t deliberately intend to catch them out in exams, we do set questions that requires them to think and reflect under timed conditions. But instead students will often pick up key words in the question and write out a rehearsed response. “This can be avoided by taking some time to reflect upon the question, rather than seeing that as wasted time and rushing to fill the pages. Focusing on word count - In both exam responses and coursework, students are often more concerned with quantity rather than quality. Insufficient reading around a subject - During revision time, students are too selective in what they choose to read, selecting one or two books and remembering as much from those as possible. What comes across in a good essay is confidence, and this can only be achieved by demonstrating plenty of reading on a subject, so that you can be prepared for any question that you come across. This also requires giving yourself plenty of time to read, and not leaving it until a few days before an exam or assignment. Regurgitating in-class or lecture material - In preparation , we are looking for excitement and originality of thought backed up by evidence and we don’t want you to take our formulations as gospel truth, Challenge – and think for yourself. Over-Generalization  - Always make sure your statements are specific and show self-awareness Carelessness - Getting characters’ names or other basic factual details wrong just smacks of not caring. If you don’t care enough to do this correctly when you’re paying to be at university, what will an employer think when he or she is paying you? MOST MISTAKEN TRENDS
  6. 6. 6 BANSALACADEMY : SCF. 19, Sector 16, Chandigarh Mobile: 09216090169 www.bansalacademy.co.in www.facebook.com/bansal.academy/likes Research and Career Guide Most Probable Question Concepts Life Science Free energy ∆ G of dissolved solutes. Ramachandran Plot Sir RNA/mRNA/ t-RNA – Endonuclease (effect) charge Temperature factor in Relation toVegetation/Animals / Thermoregulation K+ /Na+ efflux/ influx concept (Polarisation/ Depolarization) AA in relation with Aquaporins (i.e. Regulation) A/B/D cyclins in S phase. Epistasis (interactions – Allelic/ Non Allelic) Photoperiodism – Growth, Reprogramming of shot special meristem florigen synthesis). Interruption by dark/ light Pens Diseases with Syndromes / AneuploidyIntegrin proteins of mammalian cells G-protein linked Receptors- Vice versa Calmodulin / Cadherin / N – CAM / Cephalin – Ca2+ cell/ cell ad term Pairing of cytokines IL-4 / IL-10 /IL-12 / IFN-γ / TNF-α / IL- Drosophila development / formation – Embryo Capping / Splicing / Stability / Transport of RNA/ Methylation Alternate Oxidase respiration Pathway. Biosynthesis of Hormones/ Pathway for signaling. E-Coli – strain- conjugation/ lysogeny. Membrane transport proteins- plant (apoplast / Symplast) ATPase tetramer ( )2 2α β− submits. Urine formation / Filtration – Role of Hormones- Nephron processes (Active/osmotic/ Physical/ Passive) Thermoregulation in Animals – Behavioral / Physiological Disease based upon Hormonal Deficiency/ Excess. Polymerases/ Exo-nucleases/ Endonuclease – Role of pH Biological clock / Rhythms – Phase Advanced/ Delayed – Entrain Distribution of flora/ Fauna India Ocean ecosystem / Forest Ecosystem- Energy / Biomass Relation Narrow/Broad Niche specialization- Hyper volume concept in relation to ecological community. Graph based upon SR/ No. of sp. / Rate of Immigration / Extinction equilibrium, size of species pool. / carrying capacity. Origin of life on earth- Extreme Habitats Hardy- Weinberg- PPLapplication/ Uses / Numericals Alturisitc Act/ Kim selection/ Hemilton’s Rule Nucleotide substitution Rate- Mutations in relation to Divergence i.e. synonymous / Non Synonymous/ Phylogeny / Rooted Tree concept Vaccination concept w.r.t. to Disease / GMF- Role / Drawback Introduction of DNA/ Hybridisation methods in tissue culture Biosensors/ Remote sensing/ Bioaugmentation/ Biostimulation Markers associated with yeast organisms ELISA Productivity of ecosystem – Pond, lake, river, ocean, forest Molar/ molal solution- Tm – concept- Hydrophobic/ Hydrogen/ Vander waals interactions Restriction endonuclease cleavage- Isolation concept. Tertiary/ Quaternary str. Of proteins / stability/ curves/ nitrogen bases in DNA/ RNA Receptor mediated endocytosis. – LDL Receptor concept Cell organelles- Nucleolus/mitochondria/ Tubular skeltons/ ultrasturcutre along with membranes/ Glycoproteins glycolipids / microtubules. Staining of chromosomes- Results.., Banding Pattern Length of cell cycle- Graph/ Time/ No. of cell based.
  7. 7. 7 BANSALACADEMY : SCF. 19, Sector 16, Chandigarh Mobile: 09216090169 www.bansalacademy.co.in www.facebook.com/bansal.academy/likes Research and Career Guide Check points- cell cycle Cultime of E. Coli – ITPG treatment SiRNA/ MiRNA – Gene silencing TATA Box , TBP, Arachegal Genes, transcription factor, Promotes I, II, II, / PABP/ eIf- 4G/ eIF-4A Coding sequence of AA. Of eukaryotic mRNAs. Euchromatin/ Heterochromatin/ Str. Of chromatin. Lac- Operon/ Oligomeric nature of Repressor / Regulation on genome/ Gene Regulatory Properties. Anti transferrin Receptor Antibody/ Secondary Antibody conjugated blue dyes. / Interleukin / Stem cell Antigen macro phage/ Granulocyte colony stimulating factor Cancer- 1. Genes inducing cellular proliferation 2. Regulation of Apoptotic pathway 3. Tumor supprerior Genes Endotoxin causing lethal endotoxic shock – Mice T- cell- co-culture / Culture / shown treatments C. elegans embryos CAmP signaling [effect of mutation in different Ade Sequence of Events during interaction of sperm and egg. Radioisotopes – CO2 Assimilation C3/ c4 plants Phloem loading – Sucrose uptake / conc. In cell of sucrose Shikimic pathway / mevalonic Acid pathway / MEP pathway Glycolysis/ Fermentation in plants Respiration – type / organs involved in examples of organism Transected spinal cord effects on different organic systems Conc. Of Hormones in Blood – Changes – Blood/ lymph Graphs of normal sexual cycle of normal Human females Structural Regions of Nuclear receptors Neurospora- tetrad Analysis – FDS/ SDS concept Three point test cross / Chi square test Probability based question on Mendel crosses Hypothetical pathway for development of trait enzyme based. Upon interactions in genetics Process of transformation – DNA uptake Gauss’ PPc- statements / Niche / Coexistence / Outcome Pedigree – confirm carrier/ Proband / Type of inheritance Cladogram based upon simmi larity / difference - Most closely associated individuals – phlogeny - Nearest descendants - Plesiomorphic / Apomorphic characters MeArthur – Wilson model – Equilibrium theory Population growth rate / Fecundity (b) / Age of first reproduction () (r) Based Graph – Analysis Lake ecosystem – Trophic level – up down effect Higher Bottom Corner top ⎤ ⎥ ⎦ Effective Pop. Sizecalculation. Numerical / Selection coefficient Optimal foraging theory – fitness cost/ Benefits – n relation to evolutionary time Geological time scale- origin of plant / Animal / Mammals mass of land panagea. Formula of Heritability – Breakable form. Molecular clock – based numerical – rate of divergence difference in nucleotide sub. Rate of divergence difference in nucleotide sub. Rate. List of Products / microorganism. Transplantation of organ / transfusion of blood – reaction / effect results. Detection of mutations Therapeutic agents (Monoclonal Anti bodies) Real time PCR – molecular beacons. Insertion of Lambda vector – CDNA libraries gene controlling lylic lysoge mechanism. Visualization of proteins in cells – methods. CAMP phosphodiesterase inhibitor / Activator Systole/ Diastole – calculation of ventricular diastolic time (seconds). HPLC – Peaks.
  8. 8. 8 BANSALACADEMY : SCF. 19, Sector 16, Chandigarh Mobile: 09216090169 www.bansalacademy.co.in www.facebook.com/bansal.academy/likes Research and Career Guide BasicImportant Questionsof LifeScience 1. Character similarity that can be misinterpreted as common descent is called: (A) symplesiomorphy (B) synapomorphy (C) homology (D) homoplasy 2. The following table shows survival and fertility data for a seasonally breeding species. Season Proportion Surviving Fertility 0 1.0 0 1 0.5 20 2 0.0 __ Based on above data, net reproductive rate (RC ) of the species will be (A) 1 (B) 5 (C) 10 (D) 20 3. Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of late successional forest plant species? (A) Large seed size, high root to shoot ratio (B) Long seed dispersal distance, long seed viability (C) Slow growth rate, long maximum life span. (D) Low light saturation intensity, high efficiency at low light 4. In bird species where both parents contribute equally to parental care, generally: (A) males are larger than females (B) females are more colourful than males (C) females are larger than males (D) both sexes are morphologically similar 5. The following table shows the summary of characters between two taxa based on presence (1) and absence (0) data Which of the following represents Jaccard’s coefficient and simple matching coefficient respectively? (A) 0.8, 0.5 (B) 0.6, 0.5 (C) 0.8, 0.6 (D) 0.5, 0.6 6. Associate the forest/vegetation type with the plants: (a) Grass land (b) Subalpine forest (c) Shola forest (d) Subtropical pine forest (e) Tropical thorn forest (c) Tropical dry deciduous forest (g) Tropical semievergreen forest (h) Tropical wet evergreen forest (A) (a)-Ilex, (b)-Dichanthium, (c)-Abies, (d)-Pinus, (e)-Acacia, (f)-Anogeissums, (g)-Cinnamomum, (h)-Dipterocarpus (B) (a)-Dichanthium, (b)-Abies, (c)-Ilex, (d)-Pinus, (e)-Acacia, (f)-Anogeissus, (g)-Cinnamomum, (h)-Dipterocarpus (C) (a)-Dichanthium, (b)-Abies, (c)-Ilex, (d)-Pinus, (e)-Dipterocarpus, (f)-Cinnamomum, . (g)-Acacia, (h)-Anageissus (D) (a)-Anageissums, (b)-Dichanthium, (c)-Ilex, (d)-Pinus, (e)-Acacia, (f)-Abies, (g)-Cinnamomum, (h)-Dipterocarpus
  9. 9. 9 BANSALACADEMY : SCF. 19, Sector 16, Chandigarh Mobile: 09216090169 www.bansalacademy.co.in www.facebook.com/bansal.academy/likes Research and Career Guide 7. Possible explanations for the age related decline in primary productivity of trees are; (a) As trees grow larger with age, they have more tissues that respire and loose energy and proportionately less leaf area to photosynthesize. (b) Nutrient limitation by nitrogen due to reduced rate of woody liter decomposition as forest ages. (c) As trees become larger, water transport to the top conopy leaves becomes limited because of increased hydraulic resistance. This results in reduced stomatal conductance and reduction in photosynthetic rate. Which of the above is/are correct? (A) (a), (b) and (c) (B) only (a) (C) only (a) and (c) (D) only (b) and (c) 8. Species characteristics that make them more prone to extinction are listed below: (a) High degree of specialization (b) High sexual dimorphism (c) High trophic status (d) Short life span Which of the following is the correct combination? (A) (a), (b) and (c) (B) (a), (c) and (d) (C) (a), (b) and (d) (D) (b), (c) and (d) 9. Based on the information given in the table below, which combination is correct? Biographic zone Plant Animal A1 -Mediterranean B1 -Rhododendron C1 -Gibbon A2 -Indo-Chinese B2 -Dipterocarpus C2 -Jugnle Fowl A3 -Indo-Malayan B3 -Euphorbia C3 -Takin A4 -Peninsular India B4 -Deodar C4 -Ibex (A) A1 – B3 – C3 (B) A2 – B1 – C4 (C) A3 – B2 – C1 (D) A4 – B4 – C2 10. In a census for a lake fish, 10 individuals were marked and released. In second sampling after a few days 15 individuals were caught, of which 5 individuals were found marked. The estimated population of the fish in the lake will be: (A) 20 (B) 30 (C) 25 (D) 35 11. Which of the following combinations is good (i) Linked reserves (ii) Large, compact shaps (iii) High edge-in-area ratio (iv) Surrounding area of same ecosystems (A) (i), (ii), (iii) (B) (ii), (iii), (iv) (C) (i), (iii), (iv) (D) (i), (ii), (iv) 12. If the number of new species evolving is directly proportional to the number of existing species andthe probability of extinction of any species is inversely proportional to the number of existing species, the number of species
  10. 10. 10 BANSALACADEMY : SCF. 19, Sector 16, Chandigarh Mobile: 09216090169 www.bansalacademy.co.in www.facebook.com/bansal.academy/likes Research and Career Guide present at a time during evolution will follow a curve given by: 13. Which of the following is NOT an adaptive modification in a xerophytic plant? (A) Strongly developed sclerenchyma (B) Sunken stomata (C) Sparse stomata (D) Presence of lacunar tissues 14. Secondary sewage treatment involves (A) physical removal of solids from polluted water by filtration and sedimentation (B) removal of chemical remains by each precipitation (C) removal of dissolved organic compounds by activated sludge or trickling filter (D) removal of microbial pathogens by chlorination or ozonization 15. Based on per molecule, which of the following gas has the most powerful greenhouse effect? (A) CO2 (B) CH4 (C) N2 O (D) CFCs 16. Which of the following does not represent a strategy for ghytoremediation? (A) Phytodegradation (B) Phytomining (C) Continuous removal through hyper accumulators (D) Chelate-mediated extraction of pollutants 17. A pecies has the following population characteristics: 1. Reduction in population size ≥ 90% over the last 10 years or 3 generations 2. Geographic range: Extent of occurrence: < 100 km2 and Area of occupancy : < 10 km2 . 3. Population size less than 50 matured individuals. 4. Probability of extinction in the wild is at least 50% within the next 10 years or 3 generations. To which of the following categories the species will be assigned according to IUCN categorization of threatened species (version 3.1)? (A) Endangered (B) Vulnerable (C) Critically endangered (D) Extinct in the wild
  11. 11. 11 BANSALACADEMY : SCF. 19, Sector 16, Chandigarh Mobile: 09216090169 www.bansalacademy.co.in www.facebook.com/bansal.academy/likes Research and Career Guide 18. Which of the following hypothesis best explains the occurrence of Himalayan floral elements in Western Ghats in India? (A) Continental drift theory (B) Deccan trap theory (C) Himalayan glaciations theory (D) Coromandel coast hypothesis 19. Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis, a fungus, has been implicated in the decline of populations of (A) fish (B) frogs (C) pelicans (D) bats 20. The most commonly used method of estimating primary productivity of a pond involves measurement of the amount of : (A) CO2 utilized (B) autotroph biomass (C) Oxygen released (D) Organic carbon 21. At a given time, the age class distribution of a population was as shown in the figure: Which of the following can be inferred from the figure? (A) Age class 2 has maximum fecundity (B) Age class 2 has maximum survival (C) Age class distribution is at equilibrium (D) Age class distribution is not at equilibrium 22. While studying the diversity of 4 communities, 5 species and 50 individuals were recorded from each community. The number of individuals under each species was listed as mentioned in the following Table. In which of the following communities Pielou’s Evenness Index (e) will be 1? Community Species 1 2 3 4 5 1. A 20 8 7 5 10 2. B 10 10 10 10 10 3. C 10 12 10 8 10 4. D 1 1 1 1 46
  12. 12. 12 BANSALACADEMY : SCF. 19, Sector 16, Chandigarh Mobile: 09216090169 www.bansalacademy.co.in www.facebook.com/bansal.academy/likes Research and Career Guide 23. Average annual precipitation and temperature are two important determinants of world’s major biomes. Which of the following combination is correct? Temperature and precipitation Biome 1. 25°C temperature and 255 cm precipitation (i) Temperate forest 2. 15°C temperature and 300 cm precipitation (ii) Savannah 3. 15°C temperature and 100 cm precipitation (iii) Temperate rain forest 4. 25°C temperature and 255 cm precipitation (iv) Tropical rain forest (A) 1-(iv), 2-(iii), 3-(i), 4-(ii) (B) 1-(iii), 2-(ii), 3-(iv), 4-(i) (C) 1-(ii), 2-(i), 3-(iii), 4-(iv) (D) 1-(i), 2-(iv), 3-(ii), 4-(iii) 24. A researcher collected information from four forest areas using a sensor to assess their green cover. Observed average spectral values for each of the forests are given in the table below: Spectral Value Forest NIR VIS A 0.50 0.08 B 0.40 0.30 C 0.50 0.20 D 0.60 0.20 The forest green cover in the order of highest to lowest is (A) A > C > B > D (B) A > D > C > B (C) B > C > D > A (D) D > A > B > C 25. Biologists randomly sampled about 3000 insects from a newly found island. The distribution of their abundance in the sample was as in the figure given below. no of individuals in the sample Which of the following can be correctly inferred from the graph? (A) Many species have only one individual each on the island (B) The bar on the extreme right represents a large number of species with very few individuals (C) Summation of the heights of all columns will be exactly equal to the total number of species present on the
  13. 13. 13 BANSALACADEMY : SCF. 19, Sector 16, Chandigarh Mobile: 09216090169 www.bansalacademy.co.in www.facebook.com/bansal.academy/likes Research and Career Guide island (D) All species from the island may not be represented in the sample 26. In Lotka Voltera’s two species competition model: Where N represents population size, r growth rate and K maximum carrying capacity for species 1 and 2. The inter specific competition coefficient α12 < 1 will mean: (A) individuals of species 2 have less inhibiting effect on individuals of species 1 than individuals of species 1 on others of their own species (B) individuals of species 2 have a greater inhibiting effect on individuals of species 1 than individuals of species 1 on others of their own species (C) individuals of species 1 have less inhibiting effect on individuals members of species 2 than individuals of species 2 on others of their own species (D) individuals of species 1 have a greater inhibiting effect on individuals of species 2 than individuals of species 2 on others of their own species 27. The atmosphere is a sealed space craft contains. (A) pure oxygen (B) a mix of oxygen and nitrogen (C) a mix of oxygen and carbon dioxide (D) pressurized atmospheric air available normally on earth 28. Which of the following groups of species are typical of grassland habitats in India (A) Black buck, wolf, great Indian bustard, lesser florican (B) Spotted deer, dhole, peacock, finch-lark (C) Sambar, tiger, paradise fly catcher (D) Otter, cormorant, darter, pelican 29. The Hutchinsonian concept of ecological niche is based on (A) microhabitat occupied (B) multidimensional hypervolume (C) role played in the ecosystem (D) a combination of role played and microhabitat occupied 30. Which of the following is NOT a physiological characteristic of early successionla plants? (A) High respiration rate (B) Inhibition by far-red Light (C) High transpiration rate (D) Low photosynthetic rate 31. Aquatic primary production was measured using Light-and-Dark Bottle technique. If the initial oxygen concentration was I and the final oxygen concentration in the light bottle was L and that in the dark bottle D, the gross productivity (in terms of oxygen released) is given as (A) L – I (B) I – D (C) I – L (D) L – D
  14. 14. 14 BANSALACADEMY : SCF. 19, Sector 16, Chandigarh Mobile: 09216090169 www.bansalacademy.co.in www.facebook.com/bansal.academy/likes Research and Career Guide 32. Wetlands are conserved internationally through an effort called as (A) Basel Convention (B) Rio Convention (C) Montreal Convention (D) Ramsar Convention 33. A specialist species has a (A) wider niche and high efficiency of niche utilization (B) narrower niche and high efficiency of niche utilization (C) wider niche and low efficiency of niche utilization (D) narrower niche and low efficiency of niche utilization 34. The presence of Salmnells is tap water is indicative of contamination with (A) industrial effluents (B) human excreta (C) agriculture waste (D) kitchen waste 35. From among the five animals listed below, match the two attributes – amniotic egg and endothermy, with the correct animal(s): (a) fish (b) frog (c) crocodile (d) pigeon (e) zebra (A) Amniotic egg: b, c, d; Endothermy: d, e (B) Amniotic egg: c, d, e; Endothermy: d, e (C) Amniotic egg: a, b, c, d; Endothermy: c, d, e (D) Amniotic egg: b, c, d; Endothermy: c, d, e 36. Which of the following is NOT true for a critically endangered species? (A) Reduction of population breeding ability due to increased relatedness through the action of incompatibility mechanisms in plants or behavioural difficulties in animals. (B) The individuals of the species which have declined to low numbers are still a genetically open system. (C) Loss of some alleles from the species causing loss of genetic diversity with consequent inability to respond rapidly to selection (D) Expression of deleterious alleles and increased homozygosity increases morality of young, an inbreeding depression leads to reduced offspring fitness. 37. Ecological compression differs from character displacement in that it operates on a (A) shorter timescale and does not involve heritable change (B) longer timescale and does not involve heritable change (C) shorter timescale and involves heritable change (D) longer timescale and involves heritable change 38. Autotrophs in the aquatic ecosystem, unlike their counterparts in the terrestrial ecosystem, are mostly microscopic and very low in indigestible (to the herbivores) matter. This explains the fact that compared to the terrestrial ecosystem, in the aquatic ecosystem (A) Productivity/Biomass ratios are higher and energy transfer rates to higher trophic levels are faster. (B) Productivity/Biomass ratios are lower and the energy transfer rates to higher torphic levels are slower. (C) Productivity/Biomass ratios are lower and the energy transfer rate to higher trophic levels are faster. (D) Productivity/Biomass ratios are higher and the energy transfer rate to higher trophic levels are slower.
  15. 15. 15 BANSALACADEMY : SCF. 19, Sector 16, Chandigarh Mobile: 09216090169 www.bansalacademy.co.in www.facebook.com/bansal.academy/likes Research and Career Guide 39. Which of the following graphs illustrates the current consensus on the role of disturbance on the species richness of a community? 40. In the global nitrogen cycle, the following microbial organisms are involved in three important process – denitrification, nitrification and nitrogen fixation. (a) Rhizobium (b) Nitrosomonas (c) Nitrobacter (d) Pseudomonas (e) Azotobacter Which of the following is the correctly matched pair of process and its causative species? (A) Denitrification – (b); nitrogen fixation – (c) and (e); nitrification – (d) (B) Denitrification – (d); nitrogen fixation – (a) and (e); nitrification – (c) (C) Denitrification – (e); nitrogen fixation – (a) and (d); nitrification – (d) (D) Denitrification – (b); nitrogen fixation – (a) and (d); nitrification – (c) 41. Suppose you discovered a new species about which you know only two facts: it is small sized (<10 cm) and short-lived (<20 days). Which of the following reproductive strategies is most likely to be true for this species? (A) Breeds early and more than once in life and produces large number of small-sized offspring (B) Breeds late and only once in life and produces large number of small-sized offspring. (C) Breeds early and only once in life and produce large number of small-sized offspring (D) Breeds early and only once in life and produces a small number of large-sized offspring 42. In an altruistic act, if a donor sacrifices ‘C’ offspring which helps the recipient to gain ‘B’ offspring and the donor is related to the recipient by a coefficient γ. Under which condition would kin selection favour this altruistic trait? (A) B > C (B) B > γC (C) γB – C = 0 (D) γB – C > 0 43. A much greater proportion of energy fixed by autotrophs is transferred to the herbivoure level III the open
  16. 16. 16 BANSALACADEMY : SCF. 19, Sector 16, Chandigarh Mobile: 09216090169 www.bansalacademy.co.in www.facebook.com/bansal.academy/likes Research and Career Guide ocean ecosystem than in a forest ecosystem becuase (A) aquatic autotrophs are small (B) aquatic herbivores are more efficient feeders (C) terrestrial autotrophs are less efficient feeders (D) terrestrial autotrophs have more indigestible tissues 44. Polar bears maintain their body temperature because they have more of (A) transducin protein (B) uncoupling protein (C) myoglobin protein (D) F0 F1 ATPase 45. Realse of nutrients, oxidants or electron donors into the environment to stimulate naturally occurring microorganisms to degrade a contaminant, is referred to as (A) biostimulation (B) phytoremediation (C) bioaugmentation (D) bioremediation 46. Following figure shows McArthur and Wilson’s equilibrium model of biota on a single island. In this figure, terms A, B, C and D in order are Rate (A) extinction, immigration, equilibrium number of species, size of species pool (B) immigration, extinction, equilibrium number of species, size of species pool (C) extinction, immigration, size of species pool equilibrium number of species. (D) immigration, extinction, size of species pool, equilibrium number of species 47. Name the ectothermic animal that can thermoregulate by behavioural means rather than by physiological means. (A) Bumble bee in an orchard (B) Tuna fish in the Ocean (C) Lizard in a desert (D) Flatwork in a pond 48. Which of the following is a characteristic of an early serial community? (A) Narrow niche specialization (B) High species diversity (C) Low community production (D) Open mineral cycling 49. If the core body temperature of a human rises above normal, which of the following processes would be initiated sequentially for Thermo-regulation? (A) Peripheral vasodilatation, increased rate of espiration, tachycardia. (B) Peripheral vasoconstriction, increased rate of respiration, bradycardia. (C) Peripheral vasodilatation, decreased rate of respiration, tachycardia. (D) Peripheral vasodilatation, decreased rate of respiration, bradycardia.
  17. 17. 17 BANSALACADEMY : SCF. 19, Sector 16, Chandigarh Mobile: 09216090169 www.bansalacademy.co.in www.facebook.com/bansal.academy/likes Research and Career Guide 50. In India, brown antlered deer (sangai) is found only in the floating landmasses of (A) Wular lake (B) Sasthamkotta lake (C) Dal lake (D) Lok Tak lake
  18. 18. 18 BANSALACADEMY : SCF. 19, Sector 16, Chandigarh Mobile: 09216090169 www.bansalacademy.co.in www.facebook.com/bansal.academy/likes Research and Career Guide Most Probable Concepts - Physics MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS: Linear algebra, matrices. Eigenvalues and Eigen vectors (2-3 Questions). Vector algebra and vector calculus (1-2 Questions). Linear ordinary differential equations of first & second order (1-2 Questions). Fourier series, Fourier and Laplace transforms (1-2 Questions). Complex algebra, analytic functions, Taylor & Laurent series, poles, residues and evaluation of integrals (2-3 Questions). Elementary probability theory, randomvariables, binomial, Poisson and normal distributions (1-2 Questions). CLASSICAL MECHANICS: Newtonian Dynamics, Non-inertial frames and pseudo-forces (1-2 Questions). Phase space Dynamics (1 Questions), StabilityAnalysis (1 Questions). Central force motions (1-2 Questions). Rigid body dynamics, moment of inertia tensor (1 Questions). Special theory of relativity, Lorentz transformations, relativistic kinematics (1-2 Questions). Generalized coordinates. Lagrangian and Hamiltonian formalism, Poisson brackets and canonical transformations (1-2 Questions). Periodic motion: small oscillations, normal modes (1 Questions). STATISTICAL MECHANICS: Laws of thermodynamics and their consequences. Thermodynamic potentials, Maxwell relations, chemical potential (1-2 Questions) Phase equilibria. First- and second-order phase transitions (1 Questions). Phase space, micro- and macro-states (1 Questions). Micro-canonical, canonical and grand-canonical ensembles and partition functions. Free energy and its connection with thermodynamic quantities, Magnetic Properties (2-3 Questions). Classical and quantum statistics. Ideal Bose and Fermi gases. Bose-Einstein condensation. Blackbody radiation and Planck’s distribution law (1-2 Questions). 1) At Molecular Physics Zeemon effect - Pune Rotational, Vibrational, Raman spectra fine structure of H-atom - LASER Coupling Schemes. ( L- s, j-j) 2) Quantum Mechanism Harmonic oscillator Normalization Momentum Representation Divac Spinors, Angular momentum Perturbation Theory, Varitihal Method WKB H-atom Scattering 3) Electro Magnetic Theory Electrostatics (Electric field, Polarization) multiple exponish Electrical image method Motion of charged particles Magneto statics Electromagnetic Induction Em wave (Manwell eq) EMW conditions Gauge & Lorentz transformation 4) Condensed Matter Physics Crystal structure diffraction and the structure factor specific heat semiconductor superconductor thermal properties 5) Nuclear Particle Physics Binding energy(semi- empirical mass formula) shell model compound nuclei elementaryparticle & their Quantum no. Relativistic kinematics
  19. 19. 19 BANSALACADEMY : SCF. 19, Sector 16, Chandigarh Mobile: 09216090169 www.bansalacademy.co.in www.facebook.com/bansal.academy/likes Research and Career Guide 1. Find. 4 ( cosh5 )t e tL 2. Find: 1 2 bs e s c − − + L 3. Find thesignal corresponding to thefollowing Fourier transforms. BASICIMPORTANTQUESTIONSOF PHYSICALSCIENCE ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) . 2 ( ) c. 2 ( ) b. 2 ( ) . 2 ( ) k t b k t b k t b k t b a e u t b e u t b e u t b d e u t b − − − − + + − − + + 4. Find the Fourier transform of the signals in figure 5. Find: 3 { (3cos6 5sin 6 )}t e t t− −L 6. 1 2 4 12 8 16 s s s − ⎧ ⎫+ ⎨ ⎬ + +⎩ ⎭ L 7. 1 1 2 3s − ⎧ ⎫⎪ ⎪ ⎨ ⎬ +⎪ ⎪⎩ ⎭ L 2 2 2 2 4 4 . c. 8 9 8 9 4 4 b. . 8 9 8 9 s s a s s s s s s d s s s s − − − − + − + − − − − + 5 5 5 5 1 1 1 1 . 1 . 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 . 1 . 1 2 2 2 2 i i i i i i i i a e e b e e c e e d e e ω ω ω ω ω ω ω ω − − − − + + + + + + + + 4 4 4 . 4 (1 ) . 4 (1 ) . 4 (1 )t t t a e t b e t c e t d− − + + 4 4 4 4 . 4 (1 ) . 4 (1 ) . 4 (1 ) . 4 (1 )t t t t a e t b e t c e t d e t− − − + + − 1/2 3 /2 1/2 3 /2 1/2 3 /21 1 1 . t . t . t 2 2 2 t t t a e b e c e π π π − − 1/2 3 /2 1/2 3 /2 1/2 3 /2 1/2 3 /21 1 1 1 . t . t . t . t 2 2 2 2 t t t t a e b e c e d e π π π π − − − − 2 2 2 2 1 cos(t 3) 1 sin(t 3) . ( ) , 2 ( 3) ( 3) 1 cos(t 3) 1 sin(t 3) b. ( ) , 2 ( 3) ( 3) 1 cos(t 3) 1 sin(t 3) c. ( ) , ( 3) ( 3) 1 cos(t 3) 1 sin(t 3) . ( ) . ( 3) ( 3) a x t t t x t t t x t t t d x t t t π π π π ⎡ ⎤− − − = +⎢ ⎥− −⎣ ⎦ ⎡ ⎤− − − = −⎢ ⎥ − −⎣ ⎦ ⎡ ⎤− − − = +⎢ ⎥ − −⎣ ⎦ ⎡ ⎤− − − = −⎢ ⎥ − −⎣ ⎦ 2 2 2 2 3 24 3 24 . . 4 40 4 40 3 24 3 24 . . 4 40 4 40 s s a c s s s s s s b d s s s s − + + + + + + − − − + + + +
  20. 20. 20 BANSALACADEMY : SCF. 19, Sector 16, Chandigarh Mobile: 09216090169 www.bansalacademy.co.in www.facebook.com/bansal.academy/likes Research and Career Guide 8. Find: 4 3 1 5/2 ( 4) s e s − − ⎧ ⎫ ⎨ ⎬ +⎩ ⎭ L 9. 1 2 2 6 3 4 8 6 2 3 9 16 16 9 s s s s s − ⎧ ⎫+ − − +⎨ ⎬ − − +⎩ ⎭ L 10. Find { }sin tL ? 11. Find cos t t ⎧ ⎫⎪ ⎪ ⎨ ⎬ ⎪ ⎪⎩ ⎭ L ? 12. Find 3 0 ( sin )t e t tdt ∞ − ∫ 3 3 6 6 . . . . 50 50 50 50 a b c d− − 3/2 4 3/2 4 3/2 4 4 4 4 . . . 3 3 3 t t t t e t e t e b c d π π π − − − − 3/2 4 3/2 4 3/2 4 3/2 4 4 4 4 4 . . . . 3 3 3 3 t t t t t e t e t e t e a b c d π π π π − − − − 3 /2 3 /2 3 /2 3 /2 1 4 2 3 . 3 sinh4 / 3 cosh 4 /3 sin3 / 4 cos3 / 4, 4 9 3 8 1 4 2 3 . 3 sinh4 / 3 cosh4 / 3 sin3 / 4 cos3 / 4, 4 9 3 8 1 4 2 3 . 3 sin4 / 3 cos4 /3 sinh3 / 4 cosh3 / 4, 4 9 3 8 1 4 2 3 . 3 sinh4 / 3 cosh4 / 3 sin3 / 4 co 4 9 3 8 t t t t a e t t t t b e t t t t c e t t t t d e t t t − − − − + − + + + − + + + − − − + − s3 /4t 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 3/2 3/2 3/2 3/2 . . . . 2 2 2 2 s s s s e e e e a b c d s s s s − − 1/4 1/4 1/4 3/2 3/2 3/2 . . . 2 2 2 s s s e e e b c d s s s π π− − 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/4s 1/4s 1/4s 1/4s . . . .a e b e c e d e s s s s π π π π − − − −⎛ ⎞ ⎛ ⎞ ⎛ ⎞ ⎛ ⎞ ⎜ ⎟ ⎜ ⎟ ⎜ ⎟ ⎜ ⎟ ⎝ ⎠ ⎝ ⎠ ⎝ ⎠ ⎝ ⎠ 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/4s 1/4s 1/4s . .e c e d e s s s π π π− −⎛ ⎞ ⎛ ⎞ ⎛ ⎞ ⎜ ⎟ ⎜ ⎟ ⎜ ⎟ ⎝ ⎠ ⎝ ⎠ ⎝ ⎠ 13. Fourier transform of the derivative of the Dirac δ – function , namely '( )xδ , is proportional to a. 0 b.1 c. sink d. ink 14. Write the Fourier expansion of 3 ( ) , [ , ]f x x π π= − . 15. Write the Fourier sine and cosine transform of 2 2 ( ) .a x f x e− = 16. Write the period of cos ( 1) 4 t π − . 17. Number of non-vanishing terms in the Fourier series of 3 cos θ in [ , ]π π− is . 1 . 2 . 3 . 4a b c d 18. Calculate the Fourier series expansion of 3 ( ) , [ 2,2]f x x= − . And hence calculate the value of 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 ... 2 3 4 − + − + 19. The graph of a real periodic function ( )f x for the range [ , ]−∞ ∞ is shown below Which of the following graphs represents the real part of its Fourier Transform ­
  21. 21. 21 BANSALACADEMY : SCF. 19, Sector 16, Chandigarh Mobile: 09216090169 www.bansalacademy.co.in www.facebook.com/bansal.academy/likes Research and Career Guide 20. Find the Fourier coefficients corresponding to the function . Write the corresponding Fourier series. 21. Expand 2 ( ) , 0 2F x x x π= < < in a Fourier series if (a) The period is 2π, (b) The period is not specified. 22. Find the Fourier transform of 1 ( ) 0 x a F x x a ⎧ <⎪ =⎨ >⎪⎩ 23. Use the result of problem 4 to evaluate sin cos . a x d λ λ λ λ ∞ −∞∫ 24. Deduce the value of 0 sin . u du u ∞ ∫ 25. Expand ( ) sin , 0 ,F x x x inπ= < < a Fourier cosine series. 26. f(x) is a periodic function of x with a period of 2π. In the interval –π < x < π, f(x) is given by 0, 0 ( ) sin , 0 x f x x x π π − < <⎧ = ⎨ < <⎩ In the expansion of ( )f x as a Fourier series of sine and cosine functions, the coefficients of cos (2x) is a. π3 2 b . π 1 c. 0 d. π3 2 − 27. In the Fourier series of the periodic function f(x) = |sin x) Which of the following coefficients are nonzero? a. an for odd n b. an for even n c. βn for odd n d. βn for even n 0, 5 0 ( ) 10 3, 0 5 x F x Period x − < <⎧ ⎪ = =⎨ ⎪ < <⎩ 28. Represent thefollowing function by Fourier sineseries 29. A periodic function of period 4 is defined as f(x) = | x | – 2 < x < 2 Find its Fourier series expansion 30. Evaluate the following limits; 31. If f(z) = u + iv is an analytic function of z = x +iy and u – v = e–x [(x–y) sin y – (x+y) cos y] Then find u, v and the analytic function f(z). 32. Evaluate the following integrals: i. 2 3 C z dz z + ∫ , where C is lower half of the circle = 2 in the anti – clock wise direction. a. 8– 3iπ b – 8+ 3iπ c. – 8 – 3iπ d. 8 +3iπ 33. Cc∫ , 1-3z dz a triangle with vertices at 0, ± 24 1 i + . a. 2πi b. πi c. 0 d. 2 31 i+− 34. Value of the integral ∫= c dzzI 2 if C is the parabolic path y = 2x2 . a. 3 )211( i− b. 3 )211( i−− c. 3 )211( i+− d. 3 )211( i+− 35. Evaluate the integral ∫ = −c zCdz zz z 1||:, )12( 2 . a. 2 5 iπ b. 2 iπ c. 2πi d. 0 36. Evaluate the integral ∫ +c z dz 42 where 1|2|: =+ izC . , 0 2 ( ) , 2 2 t t f t t π π π π ⎧ < ≤⎪⎪ = ⎨ ⎪ < ≤ ⎪⎩ (i) lim , (ii) lim [ 2 ]. 2z z z z i z i iz→∞ →∞ − − − − 0 [ cos sin ]n n n a nx nxβ ∞ = = +∑
  22. 22. 22 BANSALACADEMY : SCF. 19, Sector 16, Chandigarh Mobile: 09216090169 www.bansalacademy.co.in www.facebook.com/bansal.academy/likes Research and Career Guide a. 2 iπ− b. 2 iπ c. 2 i d. 2 π− 37. Evaluate the integral I = ∫ = + c zCdz zz ez 2||:, 3)1(2 a. i e π )411( 1 −− b. ie π)411( 1 −− c. i e π )11( 1− d. 0 38. Calculate 1 3 4 i i z dz − ∫ a. 18i – 4 b.– 18i – 4 c. –18 – 4i d. 18i – 4i 39. Evaluate dz zz zz C ∫ −− + )2()1( cossin 22 ππ , where C is the circle | z | = 3. a. 4πi b. 3πi c. 2πi d. πi 40. Obtain the residue at z = ∞ for the function f (z), where f (z) = 1 2 +−z e z a. 3 b. 2 c. 1 d. 0 41. Evaluate: ∫ == C z zCdzzeI 1||:,/1 a. 2 iπ b. πi c. 2πi d.0 42. Evaluate the following using theorem on limits a. limz →1+i (z2 –5z +10) a. 5–3i b. –5–3i c. –5+3i d. 0 43. Evaluate ∫ + C iz dzez )2( along the parabola C defined by π2 y = x2 from (0, 0) to (π , 1). 44. Evaluate∫ +C z dz z e 4 2 )1( , where C is the circle| z | = 3. a. 3 8 2− ieπ b. 3 4 2− ieπ c. 3 2 2− ieπ d. 3 2− ieπ 45. Evaluate the integral ∫ −C z dz , 2 C : | z | = 1 . 46. Classify the singular point z = 0 of the function zz e zf z sin )( − = , and obtain the principal part of the Laurent series expansion of f (z) . 47. Evaluate the integral dz izzz e I C z ∫ −− − = 2 )()1( 1 Where C : | z | = 2 a. i eie i π )23( +− b. (ie – 3ei +2) πi c. –(ie – 3ei + 2) πi d. 0 48. Evaluate the integral dz z zI C ⎟ ⎠ ⎞ ⎜ ⎝ ⎛ += ∫ 2 cot)1( , C : | z | = 1 a. 4πi b. 3πi c. 2πi d. πi 49. Evaluate the integral ∫ + = x d I 2 0 sin2 θ θ a. 3 4π b. 3 3π c. 3 2π d. 3 π 50. Evaluate the integral ∫ +− = π θ θ2 0 2 cos21 aa d I , where is a complex constant and | a | > 1. a. 1 4 2 − − a π b. 1 4 2 −a π c. 1 2 2 − − a π d. 1 2 2 −a π 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 a. 2 1 (2 2 ), b. 2 1 (2 2 ), c. 2 1 (2 2 ), d. 2 1 (2 2 ) e i e e e i e e e i e e e i e e π π π π − − − − − − − − − − − − + + + − − + + + − − + + + − + + + + 22 (2 3)( 1) (b) lim 2 4 1 11 1 11 1 11 1 11 a. , b. , c. , d. 2 4 4 2 2 4 4 2 z i z z z z i i i i →− + − − + + + − + − /3 3 4 2 2 8 (c) lim 4 16 3 3 3 3 3 3 a. , b. , c. , d. 0 8 8 8 8 8 8 i z e z z z i i i π → + + + − − − − +
  23. 23. 23 BANSALACADEMY : SCF. 19, Sector 16, Chandigarh Mobile: 09216090169 www.bansalacademy.co.in www.facebook.com/bansal.academy/likes Research and Career Guide Most Probable Concepts – Chemical Science • Structure and bonding in homo- and heteronuclear molecules, including shapes of molecules (VSEPR Theory). • Transition elements and coordination compounds: structure, bonding theories, spectral and magnetic properties, reaction mechanisms. • Inner transition elements: spectral and magnetic properties, redox chemistry, analytical applications. • Organometallic compounds: synthesis, bonding and structure, and reactivity. Organometallics in homogeneous catalysis. • Bioinorganic chemistry: photosystems, porphyrins, metalloenzymes, oxygen transport, electron- transfer reactions; nitrogen fixation, metal complexes in medicine. • Characterization of inorganic compounds by IR, Raman, NMR, EPR, Mossbauer, UV-vis, NQR, MS, electron spectroscopy and microscopic techniques. • Nuclear chemistry: nuclear reactions, fission and fusion, radio-analytical techniques and activation analysis. QUANTUM • Chemical applications of group theory; symmetry elements; point groups; character tables; selection rules. • Molecular spectroscopy: Rotational and vibrational spectra of diatomic molecules; electronic spectra; IR and Raman activities – selection rules; basic principles of magnetic resonance. • Chemical thermodynamics: Laws, state and path functions and their applications; thermodynamic description of various types of processes; Maxwell’s relations; spontaneity and equilibria; temperature and pressure dependence of thermodynamic quantities; Le Chatelier principle; elementary description of phase transitions; phase equilibria and phase rule; thermodynamics of ideal and non -ideal gases, and solutions. • Statistical thermodynamics: Boltzmann distribution; kinetic theory of gases; partition functions and their relation to thermodynamic quantities – calculations for model systems. • Electrochemistry: Nernst equation, redox systems, electrochemical cells; Debye-Huckel theory; electrolytic conductance – Kohlrausch’s law and its applications; ionic equilibria; conductometric and potentiometric titrations. • Chemical kinetics: Empirical rate laws and temperature dependence; complex reactions; steady state approximation; determination of reaction mechanisms; collision and transition state theories of rate constants; unimolecular reactions; enzyme kinetics; salt effects; homogeneous catalysis; photochemical reactions. • Polymer chemistry: Molar masses; kinetics of polymerization • Principles of stereochemistry: Configurational and conformational isomerism in acyclic and cyclic compounds; stereogenicity, stereoselectivity, enantioselectivity, diastereoselectivity and asymmetric induction • Organic transformations and reagents: Functional group interconversion including oxidations and reductions; common catalysts and reagents (organic, inorganic, organometallic and enzymatic). Chemo, regio and stereoselective transformations. • Pericyclic reactions – electrocyclisation, cycloaddition, sigma tropic rearrangements and other related concerted reactions. Principles and applications of photochemical reactions in organic chemistry • Structure determination of organic compounds by IR, UV-Vis, 1H & 13C NMR and Mass spectroscopic techniques
  24. 24. 24 BANSALACADEMY : SCF. 19, Sector 16, Chandigarh Mobile: 09216090169 www.bansalacademy.co.in www.facebook.com/bansal.academy/likes Research and Career Guide 1. According to crystal field theory, NP+ can have two unpaired electrons in a. Octahedral geometry only b. Square-planar geometry only c. Tetrahedral geometry only d. Both octahedral and tetrahedral geometry 2. [ ] 2 4( )Ni CN − and [ ] 2 4NiCl − complex ions are a. Both diamagnetic b. Both paramagnetic c. Diamagentic and paramagnetic respectively d. Antiferromagnetic and diamagnetic respectively 3. Which of the following compounds show a charge – transfer band ? a. NMR b. IR c. EPR d. Mass 4. The number of possible isomers for [ ]2 2( )Ru bpy Cl is (bpy = 2, 2’- bipyridine) a. 2 b. 3 c. 4 d. 5 5. The complex ( ) 2 2 6 Mn H O + ⎡ ⎤⎣ ⎦ has very light pink colour. The best reason for it is a. The complex does not have a charge transfer transition b. d-d transitions here are orbital forbidden but spin allowed c. d-d transitions here are orbital allowed but spin forbidden d. d-d transitions here are both orbital forbidden and spin forbidden 6. the correct order of LMCT energies is: a. 2 3 4 4 4MnO CrO VO− − − < < b. 2 3 4 4 4MnO CrO VO− − − > > c. 2 3 4 4 4MnO CrO VO− − − > < d. 2 3 4 4 4MnO CrO VO− − − < > BASICIMPORTANTQUESTIONSOF CHEMICALSCIENCE 7. Consider two redox pairs (1) Cr(II)/ Ru (III) (2) Cr (II) /Co(III) Therateof acceleration in going from a outer –sphere to a inner – sphere mechanism is lower for (1) relative (2). Its correct explanation is: a. HOMO/LUMO are σ∗ and σ∗ respectively b. HOMO/LUMO are σ∗ and π∗ respectively c. HOMO/LUMO are π∗ and σ∗ respectively d. HOMO/LUMO are π∗ and π∗ respectively 8. As a ligand Cl– is: a. Only a σ – donor b. Only a π –donor c. Both a donor σ – and a π – donor d. A σ – donor and a σ – acceptor 9. The correct d-electron configuration showing spin- orbit coupling is a. 24 2 gg et b. 06 2 gg et c. 04 2 gg et d. 23 2 gg et 10. For the reaction, tans– trans-, the correct observation a. v∞ (product) > v∞ (reac tant t) b. v∞ (product) < v∞ (reac tant t) c. v∞ (product) > v∞ (reac tant t) d. v∞ (product) > v∞ (free CO) 11. Among the following the strongest oxidizing agent is: a. [WO4]2– b. [Cr4]2– c. [MoO4]2– d. [ReO4]–1 12. What is the atomic term symbol for helium atom with electronic configuration 1s2 ? a. 2 S1/2 b. 1 P0 c. 1 S0 d. 1 S1 13. Silica gel contains [CoCl4]2- as an indicator. When activated, silica gel becomes dark blue while upon absorption of moisture, its colour changes to pale pink. This is because, a. Co(II) changes its coordination from tetrahedral to octahedral. b. Co(II) changes its oxidation state to Co(III) c. Tetrahedral crystal field splitting is NOT equal to octahedral crystal field splitting.
  25. 25. 25 BANSALACADEMY : SCF. 19, Sector 16, Chandigarh Mobile: 09216090169 www.bansalacademy.co.in www.facebook.com/bansal.academy/likes Research and Career Guide d. Co(II) forms kinetically labile while Co(III) forms kinetically inert complexes. 14. Three bands in the electronic spectrum of [Cr(NH3 )6 ]3+ are due to the following transitions a. 4 A2g → 4 T1g b. 4 A2g → 4 T2g c. 4 A2g → 4 Eg Identify the correct statement about them a. Intensity of (A) is lowest b. Intensity of (C) is lowest c. Intensities of (A), (B) and (C) are similar d. Intensities of (B) and (C) are similar 15. The ∆t of the following complexes a. [CoCl4]2– b. [CoBr4]2– c. [Co(NCS)4]2– follows the order a. C > A > B b. A > B > C c. B > A > C d. C > B > A 16. If L is netural monodentate ligand, the species, [AgL4]2+ , [AgL6]2+ and [AgL4]3+ respectively, are a. Paramagnetic, paramagnetic and diamagnetic b. Paramagnetic, diamagnetic and paramagnetic c. Diamagnetic, paramagnetic and diamagnetic d. Paramagnetic, diamagnetic and diamagnetic 17. [CoL6]3+ is red in colour whereas [CoL6]3+ is green. L and L’ respectively corresponds to, a. NH3 and H2 O b. NH3 and 1, 10 –phenanthroline c. H2 and 1, 10-phenanthroline d. H2 O and NH3 18. The light pink color of [Co(H2O)6]2+ and the deep blue color of [CoCl4]2– are due to a. MLCT transition in the first and d-d transition in the second b. LMCT transition in both c. d-d transitions in both d. d-d transition in the first and MLCT transition in the second. 19. The number of possible isomers of [Ru(PPh3)2 (acac)2] (acac = acetylacetonate is: a. 2 b. 3 c. 4 d. 5 20. The electric dipole allowed transition in a d2 atomic system is a. 3 F → 1 D b. 3 F → 1 P c. 3 F → 3 D d. 3 F → 3 P 21. The correct spinel structure of Co3 O4­ is: a. (Co2+ )t (2Co3+ )0 O4 b. (Co2+ )t (2Co3+ )0 O4 c. (Co2+ Co3+ )t (Co3+ )0 O4 d. (2Co2+ )t (Co2+ )0 O4 22. In the solid state, the −3 5CuCl ion has two types of bonds. These are a. Three long and two short b. Two long and three short c. One long and four short d. Four long and one short 23. The platinum complex of NH3 and Cl- ligands is an anit0tumour agent. The correct isomeric formula of the complex and its precursor are a. − − 2 4223)( PtClandClNHptcis b. − − 2 4223)( PtClandClNHpttrans c. + − 2 4223)( PtClandClNHptcis d. − − 2 43223 )()( NHPtandClNHpttrans 24. The rate of exchange of OH2 present in the coordination sphere by 18 OH2 of, (i) [Cu(OH)2 )6]2+ , (ii) [Mn(OH)2 )6]2+ , (iii) Fe(OH)2 )6]2+ , (iv) [Ni(OH)2 )6]2+ , follows an order a. (i) > (ii) > (iii) > (iv) b. (i) > (iv) > (iii) > (ii) c. (ii) > (iii) > (iv) > (i) d. (iii) > (i) > (iv) > (ii) 25. Thecomplex that absorbs light of shortest wavelength is a. [CoF6]3– b. [Co(H2 O6]3+ c. [Co(NH)3 )6]3+ d. [Co(Ox)3 ]3– )( 2 42 − = OCox 26. Green coloured Ni[PPh2 Et)2] Br2 has a magnetic moment of 3.20 B.M. the geometry and the number of isomers possible for the complex respectively, are a. Square planar and one b. Tetrahedral and one c. Square planar and two d. tetrahedral and two 27. The electronic spectrum of [CrF6]3– shows three bands at 14,900 cm-1 , 22400 cm-1 and 34,800 cm-1 . The value of ∆0 in this case is a. 5,500 cm-1 b. 14,900 cm-1 c. 22,400 cm-1 d. 34,800 cm-1
  26. 26. 26 BANSALACADEMY : SCF. 19, Sector 16, Chandigarh Mobile: 09216090169 www.bansalacademy.co.in www.facebook.com/bansal.academy/likes Research and Career Guide 28. In the trans – PlCl2 L(CO) complex, the CO stretching frequency for L =NH3 pyridine NMe3 decreases in the order a. pyridine > NH3 > NMe3 b. NH3 > pyridine > NMe3 c. NMe3 > NH3 > pyridine d. pyridine > NMe3 > NH3 29. A true statement about base hydrolysis of [Co(NH3 )5 Cl]2+ is a. It is a first order reaction b. The ratedetermining step involves the dissociation of chloride in [Co(NH3 )4 (NH3 )Cl]+ c. The rate is independent of the concentration of the base d. The ratedetermining step involves the abstraction of a proton from [Co(NH3 )5 Cl]2+ 30. The correct order of d-orbital splitting in a trigonal bipyramidal geometry is a. xyxyzxzz dydddd ,223 −>> b. 222 ,, zxyxyzxz ddyddd >−> c. yzxzyzxxyz dddddyd >>>− 222 , d. yzxzxyxz dddydd >−> ,222 31. For the following outer sphere electron transfer reactions [Co(NH)3 )6]2+ +[Co+ (NH3 )6]3+ → [Co(NH)3 )6]3+ +[Co* (NH3 )6]2+ [Ru(NH)3 )6]2+ +[Ru*(NH3 )6]3+ → [Ru(NH)3 )6]3+ +[Ru* (NH3 )6]2+ The rate constants are respectively. This difference in the rate constants is due to a. A change from high spin to low spin in Co* and high spin to low spin in Ru b. A change from high spin to low spin in Co* and low spin to high spin in Ru* c. A change from low spin high spin in Co* and the low spin state remains unchanged in Ru d. A change from low spin to high spin in Co* and high spin to low spin in Rn* 32. The coordination number and geometry of cerium in [Ce(NO)3 )6]2– are respectively a. 6 and octahedron b. 6 and trigonal prism c. 8 and cubic d. 12 and icosahedrons 33. An ocatahedral metal ion M2+ has magic moment of 0.4 B.M. The correct combination of metal and d- electron configuration is given by a. 25 2 2 , gegtCo + b. 25 2 2 , gegtCr + c. 13 2 2 , gegtMn + d. 24 2 2 , gegtFe + 34. Among the following, the correct combination of complex and its colour is Complex Color a. [Co(CN)4 ]2– Red b. [CoCl4 ]2– Orange c. [Co(NCS)4 ]2– Blue d. [CoF4 ]2 Yellow 35. Compounds exhibit tetragonal elongation and tetragonal compression, respectively. The unpaired electron inAand B are found respectively, on orbitals. a. 22 2 yxz dandd − b. 2 22 zyx dandd − c. 22 zz dandd d. 2222 yxyx dandd −− 36. An aqueous solution of [Mn(H2 O6 ]2+ complex is pale pink in color. The probable reasons for it are a. Presence of 6 A1g ground state b. Disallowed transition by spin selection rule c. Presence of 2 T2g ground state d. Charge transfer transition The correct answer is a. A and B b. A and C c. B and C d. C and D 37. The spin-only magnetic moment and the spectroscopic ground state term symbol of manganese centre in [MnF6]3– ion respectively are a. 4.9 BM and 5 D b. 4. 9 BM and 4 F c. 3. 9BM and 3 D d. 4.9 BM and 3 F 38. Base hydrolysis of is n overall second order reaction, whereas that of is first order. The rates depend in both cases solely on the concentrations of the cobalt complex. This may be due to a. Presence of ionisable in but not in [CoCl(NH3)5]2+ but not in [Co(CN)6]3–
  27. 27. 27 BANSALACADEMY : SCF. 19, Sector 16, Chandigarh Mobile: 09216090169 www.bansalacademy.co.in www.facebook.com/bansal.academy/likes Research and Career Guide b. 1 CBNS mechanism in the case of [CoCl(NH3)5]2+ only c. 1 CBNS mechanism in the case of [Co(CN)6]3– only d. 1 CBNS mechanism in both the complexes correct explanation(s) is/are 39. Identify the correct statement about and [Ni(H2O6]2+ and [Cu(H2O6]2+ . a. all Ni-O and Cu-O bond length of individual species are equal b. Ni-O(equatorial) and Cu-O(equational) bond lengths are shorter than Ni-O(axial) and Cu-O (axial) ones respectively c. All Ni-O bond lengths are equal whereas Cu-O(equatorial) bonds are shorter than Cu-O(axial) bonds d. All Cu-O bond lengths are equal whereas Ni-O (equatorial) bonds are shorter than Ni-O(axial) bonds 40. Which of the following will occur farthest downfield? a. The hydrogen of benzene b. The hydrogen’s dimethyl ether c. The hydrogen’s of ethane d. The hydrogen’s of ethyne 41. How can CH3 CH2 -C(=O)-OCH3 and CH3 – C(=O)- OCH2 CH3 be distinguished by 1 HNMR? a. Thesignals for each compound will have different multiplicities. b. Only CH3 -C(=O)-OCH2 CH3 will have a singlet, a triplet, and a quartet. c. Only CH3 CH2 -C(=O)-OCH3 will have a singlet, a triplet and a quartet. d. It is by the multiplicity of the signal appearing farthest downfield. 42. How many signals will vinyl chloride have in its 1 H NMR spectrum? a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 d. 4 43. Why does the signal for the hydrogen boned to oxygen in ethanol appear as a triplet in pure ethanol and as a singlet in ethanol that contains a traceamount of acid/ a. Spin exchange causes spin decoupling b. Electron exchange causes spin coupling c. Photon exchange cause spin decoupling d. Chemical exchange causes spin decoupling 44. In the 1 H NMR spectrum of CH3 ­CH2 Cl, the qurtet for the CH2 group has a coupling constant of 7 Hz. What is the coupling constant for the CH3 triplet? a. 0 b. 3.5 c. 7 d. 10.5 45. Which of the following is not a true statement? a. “Clean” splitting patterns require the chemical shift difference peaks to be at least 10 times the coupling constant. b. Coupling constants do not depend on theoperating frequency of the NMR c. There are more hertz/ppm on a 360-MHz NMR than on a 60-MHz NMR d. Spectral taken at higher operating frequency have higher resolution 46. The chemical shifts of a doublet signal for a proton in a spectrum are 4.08 and 4.06 using a 400 MHz NMR spectrometer. The coupling constant (in Hz) is: a. 0.02 b. 8.0 c. 8.14 d. 10.0 47. The two characteristic stretching frequencies(cm-1 ) observed in theIR spectrumof compounds containing NO2 group is: a. 3400 and 3300 b. 1860 and 1760 c. 1550 and 1350 d. 2250 and 1760 48. The 1 H NMR spectrum of 1, 4- dichlorobenzene will have a. Ten singlets c. two doubles and one singlet b. Two singlets d. to doublets and two singlets . 49. The pattern of 1 H NMR spectrum of 1,4 – dichlorobenzene is: A X b. AM c. AB d. A 50. The low temperature 19 F NMR spectrum of IF5 molecule in solution should exhibit which of the following patterns? (Ignore magnetic coupling effects to the iodine nucleus) a. One singlet b. One doublet and one quintet c. one singlet and one quintet d. one quartet and one triplet
  28. 28. 28 BANSALACADEMY : SCF. 19, Sector 16, Chandigarh Mobile: 09216090169 www.bansalacademy.co.in www.facebook.com/bansal.academy/likes Research and Career Guide General Aptitude 1. What is the next number in this “see and tell” sequence? 1 11 21 1211 1111221 a. 312211 b. 1112221 c. 1112222 d. 1112131 2. What was the day of the week in 17th June, 1998? a. Monday b. Tuesday c. Wednesday d. Thursday 3. It was Sunday on Jan 1, 2006. What was the day of the week on Jan 1, 2010? a. Sunday b. Saturday c. Friday d. Wednesday 4. On 8th feb 2005 it was Tuesday. What was the day of the week on 8th feb 2004? a. Tuesday b. Monday c. Sunday d. Wednesday 5. I walk a certain distance and ride back taking a total time of 37 minutes. I could walk both waip in 55 minutes. Long would it take me to ride both way. a. 19 min b. 17 min c. 18min d. 21 min 6. Which of the following trains is the fastest? a. 25 m/s b. 1500 m/min c. 90 km/hr d. none of these 7. One of the two buses complete a journey of 300- km in 71/2 hours and other a journey of 450 km in 9 hours. The ratio of their average speeds is: a. 2 : 3 b. 3 : 4 c. 4 : 5 d. 8:9 8. A truck covers a distance of 550 meter in 1 minute where as a bus covers a distance of 33 kms in 45 minutes. The ratio of their average speeds is a. 3 : 4 b. 4 :3 c. 3 : 5 d.50 :3 9. Two men start together to walk a certain destination, one at 3 km ph and another at 3.75 kmph. The latter arrives half an hour before the former. The distance is a. 6 km b. 7.5 km c. 8 km d. 9.5 km 10. Two trains 140m and 160 m long run at a speed of 60 km/hr ad 40 km/hr respectively in opposite directions on parallel tracks. The time (in seconds) which they take to cross each other a. 9 b. 9.6 c. 10 d. 10.8 11. Two trains are moving in opposite directions @ 80 km/hr and 90 km/hr. their lengths are 1.10 km and 0.9 km respectively. The time taken by the slower train to cross the faster train in seconds is a. 36 b. 45 c. 48 d. 49 12. When a plot is sold for Rs. 18,700, the owner loses 15% at what price must the plot be sold in order to gain 15%? a. Rs. 21,000 b. 22, 500 c. 25, 300 d. 25, 800 13. A fruitseller sells mangos at the rate of Rs. A per kg and thereby loses 20%. At what price per kg, he should have sold them to make of profit of 5% a. Rs 11.81 b. Rs 12 c. Rs. 12. 25 d. Rs. 12.31 14. If the cost price of 12 pens is equal to the selling price of 8 pens, the gain percent is a. 25% b. 33 1/3% c. 50% d. 66 2/3% 15. A shopkeeper cheats to the extent of 10% while buying as selling, by using false weight his total gain is a. 10% b. 11% c. 20% d. 22 2/9% e. 21% 16. The marked price of a watch was Rs. 720. A man bought the same for Rs. 550.80 after getting two successive discounts, the first being 10%. What was
  29. 29. 29 BANSALACADEMY : SCF. 19, Sector 16, Chandigarh Mobile: 09216090169 www.bansalacademy.co.in www.facebook.com/bansal.academy/likes Research and Career Guide the second discount rate? a. 12 % b. 14% c. 15% d. 18% Find out the wrong no. of in this series 17. 6, 12, 48, 100, 384, 766, 3072 a. 768 b. 384 c. 100 d. 48 e. 12 18. 3, 8, 18, 46, 100, 210, 432 a. 8 b. 18 c. 46 d. 100 e. 210 19. 80, 72, 46, 521, ——— 343, 215 Get the missing no. a. 522 b. 612 c. 621 d. 521 20. 15, 31, 63, 127, 255 (——) a. 513 b. 511 c. 517 d. 523 21. If a pendulum with a time period ‘T’ is placed on moon then its time period will- a. Increase b. Decrease c. unchanged d. infinity 22. When the canon is fired, it will move. a. Front b. Back c. unchanged d. infinity 23. Soldiers are not allowed to pass in synchronized march over a bridge because. a. It produces more noise b. Bridge may break due to resonance c. Trapped air increase transparency d. It does of mass of bridge will increase 24. On putting a thin water film over a glass plate it becomes more transparent to light because. a. Lesser would be reflection b. Lesser will be refraction c. Trapped air increase transparency d. it does not happens 25. For equilibrium reaction the value for ∆ G will be- a. Zero b. Negative c. Positive d. Infinity 26. The tetrahedral geometry of carbon is best explained by a. Monochoro methane b. Dichloro methane c. Choloroform d. Carbon tetrachloride 27. About Haber’s process for ammonia production, the false statement is a. It is second order reaction b. slow at room temperature c. High pressure is required d. Al 2 O 3 is used as catalyst 28. On increasing the NaCl into water is boiling point increases because- a. Due to more energetic molecules b. Weak H-bonding c. More collision between molecules d. activation energy is decreased 29. Moon does not have atmosphere gases- a. Gravity is not sufficient to hold gases b. Speed of rotation is very high c. Water and plants are absent d. Absence of sheathing ozone layer 30. During photosynthesis evolution of oxygen is from. a. Water b. CO2 c. Glucose d. Chlorophyll 31. Three fishermen caught fishes and went to sleep. One of them woke up, took away one fish and 1/3rd of the remainder as his share, without others knowledge. Later, the three of them divided the remainder equally. How many fishes were caught? a. 58 b. 19 c. 76 d. 88 32. Every time a ball falls to ground, it bounces back to half the height it fell from. A ball is dropped from a height of 1024 cm. The maximum height from the ground to which it can rise after the tenth bounce is a. 102.4 cm b. 1.24 cm c. 1 cm d. 2 cm 33. A circle of radius 7 units lying in the fourth quadrant touches the x-axis at (10, 0). The centre of the circle has coordinates. a. (7, 7) b. (–10, 7) c. (10, –7) d. (7, –7) 34. A cylinder of radius 1 cm and height 1 cm is broken into three pieces. Which of the following MUST be true? a. At least one pieces has volume equal to 1 cm3 b. At least two pieces have equal volumes. c. At least one piece has volume less than 1 cm3 d. At least one piece has volume greater than 1 cm3
  30. 30. 30 BANSALACADEMY : SCF. 19, Sector 16, Chandigarh Mobile: 09216090169 www.bansalacademy.co.in www.facebook.com/bansal.academy/likes Research and Career Guide 35. A farmer gives 7 full, 7 half-full and 7 empty bottles of honey to his three sons and asks them to share these among themselves such that each of them gets the same amount of honey and the same number of bottles. In how many ways can this be done? (bottles cannot be distinghuished otherwise, they are sealed and cannot be broken) a. 0 b. 1 c. 2 d. 3 36. A student buys a book from an online shop at 20% discount. His friend buys another copy of the same book in a book fair for Rs. 192 paying 20% less than his friend. What is the full price of the book? a. Rs. 275 b. Rs. 300 c. Rs. 320 d. Rs. 392 37. How many nine-digit positive integers are there, the sum of squares of whose digits are 2? a. 8 b. 9 c. 10 d. 11 38. 366 players participate in a knock-out tournament. In each round all competing players pair together and play a match, the winner of each match moving to the next round. If at the end of a round there is an odd number of winners, the unpaired one moves to the next round without playing a match. What is the total number of matches played? a. 366 b. 282 c. 365 d. 418 39. What is the next number in the following sequence? 39, 42, 46, 50, .................... a. 52 b. 53 c. 54 d. 55 40. Consider the sequence of ordered sets of natural numbers: {1}, {2, 3}, {4, 5, 6}, ......... What is the last numbers in the 10th set?a. 10 b. 19 c. 55 d. 67 41. One of the four A, B, C and D committed a crime. A said, “I did it,” B said, “I didn’t.” C said, “B did it.” D said, “A did it.” Who is lying? a. A b. B c. C d. D 42. What is the arithmetic mean of 21 1 × , 32 1 × , 43 1 × , 54 1 × , ............., 101100 1 × ? a. 0.01 b . 101 1 c. 0.00111…… d. 2 5150 1 5049 1 × + × 43. A merchant buys equal numbers of shirts and trousers and pays Rs. 38000. If the cost of 3 shirts is Rs. 800 and that of a trouser is Rs. 1000, then how many shirts were bought? a. 60 b. 30 c. 15 d.10 44. 80 gsm paper is cut into sheets of 200 mm x 300 mm size and assembled in packets of 500 sheets. What will be the weight of a packet? (gsm = g/m2 ) a. 1.2kg b. 2.4 kg c. 3.6 kg d. 4. 4.8 kg 45. 366 players participate in a knock-out tournament. In each round all competing players pair together and play a match, the winner of each match moving to the next round. If at the end of a round there is an odd number of winners, the unpaired one moves to the next round without playing a match. What is the total number of matches played? a. 366 b. 282 c. 365 d. 418 46. A student buys a book from an online shop at 20% discount. His friend buys another copy of the same book in a book fair for Rs. 192 paying 20% less than his friend. What is the full price of the book? a. Rs. 275 b. Rs. 300 c. Rs. 320 d. Rs. 392 47. The speed of a car increases every minute as shown in the following Table. The speed at the end of the 19th minute would be Time (minutes) Speed (m / sec) 1 1.5 2 3.0 3 4.5 . . . . 24 36.0 25 37.5 a. 26.5 b. 28.0 c. 27.0 d. 28.5
  31. 31. 31 BANSALACADEMY : SCF. 19, Sector 16, Chandigarh Mobile: 09216090169 www.bansalacademy.co.in www.facebook.com/bansal.academy/likes Research and Career Guide 48. How many σ bonds are present in the following molecule? 3≡ =HC CCH CHCH a. 4 b. 6 c. 10 d. 13 49. Amar, Akbar and Anthony are three friends, one of whom is a doctor, another is an engineer and the third is a professor. Amar is not an engineer. Akbar is the shortest. the tallest person is a doctor. The engineer’s height is the geometric mean of the heights of the other two. Then which of the following is true? a. Amar is a doctor and he is the tallest b. Akbar is a professor and he is the tallest c. Anthony is an engineer and he is shortest d. Anthony is a doctor and he is the tallest 50. What is the perimeter of the given figure as above, where adjacent sides are at right angles to each other? a. 20 cm b. 18 cm c. 21 cm d. cannot be determined 5 cm 4cm 1cm SECTOR 16-D, CHANDIGARH Call: 0172-2710169, 092160-90169
  32. 32. 32 BANSALACADEMY : SCF. 19, Sector 16, Chandigarh Mobile: 09216090169 www.bansalacademy.co.in www.facebook.com/bansal.academy/likes Research and Career Guide ExamsConductedFor GovernmentServices 1. Civil Services Examination (Any Graduate) (Visit: http://upsc.gov.in/general/civil.htm) 2. Indian Economic Service Examination (Degree with Economics/Statistics) (Visit: http:// upsc.gov.in/general/ies-iss.htm) 3. Indian Statistical Service Examination (Degree with Statistics/Mathematics/Economics) (Visit: http://upsc.gov.in/general/ies-iss.htm) 4. Combined DefenceServices Examination (CDSE) (Visit: http://upsc.gov.in/general/cds.htm) 5. National Defence Academy and Naval Academy Examination (Visit: http://upsc.gov.in/general/ ndana.htm) 6. Combined Medical Services Examination (Visit: http://upsc.gov.in/general/cms.htm) 7. Engineering Services Examinations (After Gradu- ation in Engineering) (Visit: http://upsc.gov.in/gen- eral/engg.htm) 8. Geologists Exams (after Masters degree in Geol- ogy) (Visit: http://upsc.gov.in/general/geol.htm) 9. Staff Selections for different Cadres (Visit: http:/ /ssc.nic.in/sscpage1.asp) 10. Exam for recruitment of Dy. Superintendent of Police/ Company Commander/Asst.Commandant / in CRPF/BSF/Indo-Tibetan Border Police 11. Exam for different posts through Reserve Bank of India Services Board (Visit: http:// www.rbi.org.in/home.aspx) 12. Examfor Probationary Officers and others through Central Recruitment Board 13. Examfor Probationary Officers and others through Banking Service Recruitment Board 14. Exam for Development Officers and others through National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) (Visit:https:// www.nabard.org/english/home.aspx) 15. Exam for Telecom Officers in the Department of Telecommunications (Visit: http://www.dot.gov.in) GATE Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) Know more at http://gate.iitkgp.ac.in/gate2014/ IIIT PGEE Exam Know more at http://www.iiit.ac.in/admissions/pgee CBEE Know more at http://www.jnu.ac.in/Admission/ BiotechAnnouncement2013-14.pdf JAM Know more at http://www.gate.iitb.ac.in/jam2014/ JGEEBILS-List of Institutions under JGEEBILS 1. Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology, Hyderabad (http://www.ccmb.res.in 2. Centre for DNA Fingerprinting and Diagnostics, Hyderabad (http://www.cdfd.org.in) 3. National Brain Research Centre, Manesar (http:// www.nbrc.ac.in) 4. National Centre for Biological Sciences, Bengaluru (http://www.ncbs.res.in) 5. National Centre for Cell Science, Pune (http:// www.nccs.res.in) 6. Department of Biological Sciences, TIFR, Mumbai (http://www.tifr.res.in/~dbs). 7. Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER) , Bhopal (http://www.iiserbhopal.ac.in) 8. Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), Kolkata (http://www.iiserkol.ac.in) 9. Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), Mohali (www.iisermohali.ac.in) 10. Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), Pune http://www.iiserpune.ac.in) 11. Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), Thiruvananthapuram (http:// www.iisertvm.ac.in) 12. National Institute of Immunology, New Delhi (http:/ /www1.nii.res.in) 13. Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine, Bengaluru (http://instem.res.in) MAJOR EXAMS IN INDIA CONDUCTED FOR SCIENCE STUDENTS
  33. 33. 33 BANSALACADEMY : SCF. 19, Sector 16, Chandigarh Mobile: 09216090169 www.bansalacademy.co.in www.facebook.com/bansal.academy/likes Research and Career Guide JOB POSITIONS IN LIFE SCIENCE, CHEMICAL SCIENCE, PHYSICALSCIENCE • Principal Scientist - Antibody Generation • Medical Device Technical Specialist • Scientific Program Manager • QA GMP Auditor • Vaccine Research Positions • Medical Scientific Liaison (MSL) • Health Economist • Account Executive • Scientific Writer - • Research and Technology Analyst • Clinical Research Physician - • Head of Validation • Head of Manufacturing Science and Technology • Bioinformatician • Senior Clinical Leader, • Clinical Research Physician, • Resources Manager - • MSc in Pharmaceutical Medicin • Scientific Sales Specialist - Laboratory Products • Tenure-track faculty • MicrobiologicalTechnologist - • Informatics Analyst I II • Technology Transfer Lead Scientist • DMPK Scientist • Translational Medicine Head, • Staff Scientist - • Laboratory Technician- • Senior Computational Scientist • Statistician - • Scientific Market Access Director • Postdoc- In vitro electrophysiology - • Principal Investigator, Veterinary Pathologist Job • Behavioral / Experimental Nueroeconomics Senior Analytical Scientist (Scientist I/II), Protein Characterization - Permanent • QC Lab Analyst • Tenure Track Assistant Professor • Group Leader(s) - Structural Biology • Group Leader - Developmental Biology • Chemogenomics Team Leader • Associate Scientist / Scientist– Immuno-Oncology Platform • Clinical Research Scientist, Immuno-Oncology • Clinical Site Relationship and Operations Lead, • Senior Project Manager - oncology - • Senior Analytical Scientist - • Assistant Professor of Neurobiology, Tenure-Track Faculty Position • Research Fellow - Pulmonary Medicine • Postdoctoral Research Fellow - • Protein Engineering - Scientist/ Senior Scientist • Correlative Research – Senior T Cell Scientist • Vector Development – Senior Cell Biologist • QC Micro Analyst • Head of Pharmaceutical Development • Computational Research Scientist • Lead Clinical Research Associate • In House Clinical Research Associate (CRA) • Biostatistician • Senior Microbial Fermentation Scientist • Disease Area Head, Cardiovascular • National Sales Manager, Neurodegenerative Diseases • Chemogenomics Team Leader • Team Leader Herbicide Chemistry • Head of Agricultural Research & Technical - Agricultural Division -
  34. 34. 34 BANSALACADEMY : SCF. 19, Sector 16, Chandigarh Mobile: 09216090169 www.bansalacademy.co.in www.facebook.com/bansal.academy/likes Research and Career Guide • Senior Medical Director, Therapeutic Head of Global Drug Safety • Quality Assurance Manager - Biotherapeutics • Chief Scientific Adviser • Senior Bioinformatics Engineer • Methodologist, Center for Population Sciences • MSc Cancer & Clinical Oncology • Assistant Professor • Biochemical Geneticist • Research Associate - Post-Doctoral Position • Postdoctoral fellowship - Botanical Approaches to Combat Metabolic Syndrome • Deputy Editor - The Lancet - Hepatology and Gastroenterology • Assistant Professor/Curator Avian Genetics/ Genomics­ • Scientific Advisor - • Research Scientist - Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (Post-Doctoral) • Assistant Professor in General Surgical Pathology with Hematopathology Expertise • Aseptic Filling Suite Environmental Monitor – Technician 3 • Associate Clinical Trial Manager • Clinical Supplies Programme Manager • Senior Regulatory Affairs Manager • Product Development and Regulatory Consultant • Research Scientist (Physiological Data Modeling) • Medical Science Liaison Manager, Oncology • Associate Director, Hematology/Oncology Market Research Job • Associate Director, Hematology/Oncology Market Research Job • Associate Director, Hematology/Oncology Market Research Job • Bioanalytical Project Client Manager • Project Coordinator • Compliance Specialist, Regulatory and Quality Job • Scientist II, Translational Development Job • Biofill Production Supervisor • Scientific Programme Manager • Senior Epidemiologist - Global Epidemiology • Clinical Research Scientist Job • Director, Division of Extramural Science • Senior Formulation Scientist (Product Development) • RESEARCH ASSOCIATE - • QA ASSOCIATE - • RECOMBINANT ANTIBODY SCIENTIST • LEAD CHEMIST - Fluorescent Material Development • FieldApplication Scientist - • Biomedical Scientist, Virology • R & T Scientist - Upstream Process Technology • Staff Scientist - Gene Therapy • Production Scientist Biochemist I • Sr. Staff Scientist Manuf. Sciences • Biotech Process Engineer SME • Senior Manager, Clinical Pharmacology Trials Job • Procurement Specialist - L • Pharmaceutical Development • Associate Research Technician • Study Director - Molecular Pathology • Research Technician • Senior Scientist Analytical Development (Pharmaceutical) • Cellular Molecular Pharmacologist • BBSRC – Bayer CropScience Industrial CASE partnership (ICP) award. • Postdoctoral fellowship - Botanical Approaches to Combat Metabolic Syndrome • Research Scientist - Peptide chemistry • Scientific Management Opportunity - Group Leader, Chemistry Services • QC Technician • R&D Chemist • Plant Supervisor • Analytical Project Manager • Education Executive - Education Resources
  35. 35. 35 BANSALACADEMY : SCF. 19, Sector 16, Chandigarh Mobile: 09216090169 www.bansalacademy.co.in www.facebook.com/bansal.academy/likes Research and Career Guide • Analyst • Quality Laboratory Analyst - Angus, Scotland • Education Coordinator Manager • QC laboratory Analyst • Senior Quality Manager - Qualified Person • Graduate/PhD/post-Doctoral Chemists • Senior R&D Analyst • Site Chemist (Nights) • Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Chemical Engineering • Technical Manager • Graduate Chemist - Fuels / Lubricants • Trainee Study Analyst • Laboratory Technician • QC Team Leader - Raw Materials • Pharmaceutial Physical Sciences Team Leader • Graduate Study Analyst • Bioanalytical Project Client Manager • Application Technician • Plant Operative • Formulation Scientist • Senior Bioanalytical Scientist • QA GMP Auditor • Analytical Technical Leader - Proteins & Peptides • Analytical Project Lead - (Pharmaceutical Development) • Process Development Scientist • Laboratory Technician – Hair Care (Lonza Personal Care) • GraduateApprentice - Water Treatment and Hygiene • Chemogenomics Team Leader • Quality Specialist - Medical Devices • Catalyst Development Scientist • Regulatory Affairs Project Manager - Chemicals • QC Laboratory Technician • Chemist - Technical Manager • Scientific Document & Data Reviewer • Analytical Development Manager • R&D Analytical Assistant • Graduate process chemist/biochemist • Study Director - Livestock Metabolism • Laboratory Software Implementation Scientist • Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Organic Chemistry • Senior QC Analyst • Scientists (Medicinal Chemistry) • Research Scientist - Peptide chemistry • Laboratory Scientist • 3rd Faculty Recruitment Campaign in Health & Molecular Science at Tianjin University • Laboratory Supervisor • Analytical Project Scientist • Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor (Chemistry) • Analytical Chemist • HPLC Analytical Chemist • Senior API Development Scientist • Quality & Compliance Supervisor • Senior Programme Manager, Research, Innovation and Universities • Research Fellow • Exciting PhD positions at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) • Process Chemist - Fuels Industry • Method Development Analyst • Research Fellow in Analytical Chemistry/Volatile Biomarkers • Technical Transfer Lead • Vocational Registration Specialist • Senior Data Scientist • Chair in Automated Formulation – Materials Innovation Factory (MIF) • Lecturer in Organic Chemistry • Chair in Automated Formulation – Materials Innovation Factory (MIF) • Plant Operative • Process Engineer • Graduate process chemist/biochemist • Chair in Automated Formulation – Materials Innovation Factory (MIF) • Senior API Development Scientist
  36. 36. 36 BANSALACADEMY : SCF. 19, Sector 16, Chandigarh Mobile: 09216090169 www.bansalacademy.co.in www.facebook.com/bansal.academy/likes Research and Career Guide SURVEYA survey by the Institute of Physics asked students “What do you do for your living?” 46% were doing research 16% Teaching 15% Engineering 12% IT 6% Communications 5% Business EmploymentAreas Employment Areas after B.Sc. / M.Sc. Graduation / Post Graduation • AgricultureIndustry. • Testing Laboratories. • Forensic Crime Research. • Wastewater Plants. • Aquariums. • EnvironmentalManagement andConservation. • Food Institutes. • Pharmaceuticals andBiotechnologyIndustry. • Research Firms • Forest Services. • GeologicalSurveyDepartments. • HealthCare Providers. • IndustrialLaboratories. • OilIndustry. • BiotechnologyFirms. • ChemicalIndustry. • EducationalInstitutes. • Hospitals. • Seed and Nursery Companies. • Space Research Institutes. • Wildlife and FisheryDepartments
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  39. 39. 39 BANSALACADEMY : SCF. 19, Sector 16, Chandigarh Mobile: 09216090169 www.bansalacademy.co.in www.facebook.com/bansal.academy/likes Research and Career Guide * Air and Waste Management Association- Scholarship Program - Visit  * Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Humboldt Research Fellowship - Visit  * AAUW Educational Foundation Awards - Visit  * American Association of University Women AAUW International Fellowships - Visit  * American-Scandinavian Foundation Awards for Scandinavians - Visit  * American Water Works Association Academic Achievement Awards - Visit  * Anna C.and Oliver C.Colburn Fellowship -  Visit  * Annie’s Homegrown Environmental Studies Scholarships - Visit  * Archaeological Institute of America Harriet and Leon Pomerance Fellowship - Visit * ARIT Predoctoral Fellowship - Visit * Asian Cultural Council Fellowship - Visit  * Asian Cultural Council Residency Program - Visit  * Budweiser Conservation Scholarship Program - Visit  * Larson Aquatic Research Support Scholarship - Visit  * Thomas R.Camp Scholarship - Visit  Abe Fellowship - Visit University of Birmingham Scholarships for International Students Bristol University International Office Scholarships Cardiff University Elite International Scholarships Chevening Scholarships University of East Anglia Development Scholarships Felix Scholarships Gates Cambridge Scholarships London Metropolitan ISH Scholarship Scheme University of Nottingham at Developing Solutions Scholarships University of Oxford Rhodes Scholarships University of Oxford and Cambridge Society of India Scholarship Sheffield Hallam University Transform Together Scholarships University of Westminster International Scholarships University of West England Global Student Scholarships University of West London International Ambassador Scholarships Charles Wallace India Trust Scholarships (CWIT) Dorothy Hodgkin Postgraduate Awards (DHPA) Goa Education Trust Scholarships (GET) K. C. Mahindra Scholarships for Post-Graduate Studies Abroad Inlaks Scholarships Narotam Sekhsaria Scholarship Programme Scotland’s Saltire Scholarships London Metropolitan Mahatma Gandhi Scholarship London Metropolitan Scholarships - The GREAT Queen Mary University of London LIVERPOOL HOPE UNIVERSITY Aga Khan Scholarship TATASCHOLARSHIP -CornellUniversity,NewYorkState, USA BRADMANFOUNDATIONSCHOLARSHIP ­University of Wollongong, Australia. HUAWEI MAITREE SCHOLARSHIPS - Various Universities, China EDINBURGHNAPIERUNIVERSITY -Scotland,UK SHEFFIELDUNIVERSITY -Sheffield,UK INDIA 4EU II - Several Universities across Europe TRINITYCOLLEGEDUBLIN –Ireland UNIVERSITYCOLLEGEDUBLIN –Ireland Clarendon Fund:www.clarendon.ox.ac.uk Rhodes Scholarships: www.rhodeshouse.ox.ac.uk Felix Scholarships: www.felixscholarship.org Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan: www.csfp-online.org Commonwealth Shared Scholarship Scheme: www.graduate.ox.ac.uk/csss Chevening Scholarships: www.graduate.ox.ac.uk/fcochevening Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies (OCIS) Scholarship: www.graduate.ox.ac.uk/ocis HillaGinwala Scholarships:www.graduate.ox.ac.uk/hillaginwala SKP(Pathak) Scholarships:www.exeter.ox.ac.uk enerations for Peace: www.graduate.ox.ac.uk/ generationsforpeace James Buckee Scholarship:www.graduate.ox.ac.uk/jamesbuckee Basant Kumar and Sarala Birla Graduate Studentship for Linguistics, Philology and Phonetics: www.ling-phil.ox.ac.uk/ donors QueenElizabeth House (QEH) Scholarships:www.qeh.ox.ac.uk/ study/fees
  40. 40. 40 BANSALACADEMY : SCF. 19, Sector 16, Chandigarh Mobile: 09216090169 www.bansalacademy.co.in www.facebook.com/bansal.academy/likes Research and Career Guide REFERENCE BOOKS FOR LIFE SCIENCE Cell Biology And Molecular Biology - G. Karp, Bruce Alberts , Cooper & Hansman, Watson Biochemistry - Lehninger, Stryer ,Voet & Voet Genetics - Gardener, Lewin , Tamarin Evolution - Veer Bala Rastogi Physiology Plants - Hopkins, Taiz & Zeiger,Salisbury Ross Animal Physiology - Guyton & Hall, Moyes & Schulte Environmental Biology - Odum & Barret, Townsend & Harper Techniques - Wilson & Walker , Smith & Smith Microbiology - Prescott & Harley, Madigan & Martinko Immunology - Kuby Devolpmental Biology - S.F. Gilbert Gene Cloning And DNA Analysis - T.A. Brown Recombinant DNA - Watson, Candy,Myres Principles Of Gene Manipulation - Primrose & Toy Man Molecular Biotechnology - Glick & Pasternak Plant Tissue Culture - Bhojwani & Rajdan REFERENCE BOOKS FOR PHYSICS Mathematical Physics– H.K. Dass Classical Mechanics –Herbert Goldstein An Introduction to Mechanics – Kleppner & Kolenkow Introduction to Electrodynamics- David J. Griffiths Classical Electrodynamics -Walter Griener Introduction to Quantum Mechanics– David J. Griffiths Quantum Mechanics Concepts &Applications– Nouredine Zettili Fundamentals of Statistical & Thermal Physics – F. Rief Electronic Devices & Circuit Theory – Boylestad & Nashelsky Electronic Devices & Circuits – Jacob Millman & Christos C. Halkias Introduction toAtomic Spectra – HarveyElliott White Fundamental of Molecular Spectroscopy – Colin N. Banwell& Elaine M. McCash Solid State Physics - N. W. Aschcroft & Mermin Introduction to Solid State Physics - N. W. Charles Kittel Solid State Physics - N. W. S.O. Pillai Introductory Nuclear Physics – Kenneth S. Krane Introduction to Elementary Particles– David J. Griffiths
  41. 41. 41 BANSALACADEMY : SCF. 19, Sector 16, Chandigarh Mobile: 09216090169 www.bansalacademy.co.in www.facebook.com/bansal.academy/likes Research and Career Guide REFERENCE BOOKS FOR CHEMISTRY Physical Chemistry Chemical Kinetics & Catalysis: Chemical Kinetics –Atkins Chemical Kinetics – Keith J. Laidler A text book of Physical Chemistry ( Volume -V ) – K. L. Kapoor Electrochemistry: An Introduction to Electrochemistry –Samuel Glasstone A book of Physical Chemistry ( Volume – III ) – K L Kapoor Thermodynamics:A text book of Physical Chemistry ( Volume – II ) – K. L. Kapoor Principles of Physical Chemistry – Puri, Sharma & Pathania Molecular Spectroscopy Fundamentals of Molecular Spectroscopy – Colin N. Banwell Physical Methods – Russel S. Drago Quantum Chemistry, Quantum Chemistry through Problems and Solutions – R.K. Prasad Quantum Chemistry – DonaldA. McQuarrie Collides & Surfaces Surface Chemistry – A Goel Introduction to Surface Chemistry& Catalysis – GaborA.Somorjai Group Theory ChemicalApplications of Group Theory – F.Albert Cotton ORGANIC CHEMISTRY: Principles of Stereochemistry Stereochemistry Conformation and Mechanism -P.S. Kalsi( for basics) Stereochemistry of Organic Compounds - E. L. Eliel Organic Reaction Mechanism A Guidebook to Mechanism in Organic Chemistry – Peter Sykes Organic Chemistry -Clayden, Greeves,Warrenand Wothers Advanced Organic Chemistry Part-A:Structure and Mechanism – FrancisA. Carey, Richard J. Sundberg Part-B: Reactions and Synthesis - Francis A. Carey, Richard J. Sundberg Reagents in Organic Synthesis Modern Methods of Organic Synthesis – William Carruthers, IainColdham Photochemical Reactions Organic Photochemistry – James H. Coxon, B. Halton Organic Synthesis Organic Synthesis the disconnection approach – Stuart Warren Spectroscopy Spectrometric Identification of Org. Compounds – R. M. Silverstein, F. X. Webster Organic Spectroscopy – William Kemp Pericyclic Reactions Pericyclic Reactions – R T Morrison, R N Boyd INORGANIC CHEMISTRY: Chemical Bonding and Shapes of Compounds Inorganic Chemistry - J. E. Huheey Inorganic Chemistry – Meissler & Tarr Main Group Elements (s and p blocks) Concise Inorganic Chemistry - J. D. Lee Principles of inorganic chemistry - Puri Sharma Kalia Transition Metal & Coordination Compounds (d block) Concise Inorganic Chemistry - J. D. Lee Principles of inorganic chemistry - Puri Sharma Kalia Mechanism of Inorganic Reactions – Fred Basolo, Ralph G. Pearson Organometallic Compounds Concept and Models of Inorganic Chemistry – Bodie Douglas, DarlMcDaniel, JohnAlexander Inorganic Chemistry – Catherine E. Housecraft, Alan G. Sharpe Bioinorganic Chemistry Inorganic Chemistry – Shriver &Atkins Inorganic Chemistry – James E. Huheey, E.A. Keiter, R. L. Keiter, O. K. Medhi

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