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Syllabus

Staff Selection commission conduct an examination for the post of the stenographer. The selection based on the written test and typing test. Candidate must have good typing skill for this post.

Exam pattern

The exam is for 2 hours.
General Intelligence & Reasoning (50 questions) 50 marks
General Awareness (50 questions) 50 marks
English Language and Comprehension (100 questions) 100 marks
SSC Stenographer Syllabus

General Intelligence & Reasoning:

It would include questions of both verbal and non-verbal type. The test will include questions on analogies, similarities and differences, space visualization, problem solving, analysis, judgement, decision making, visual memory, discriminating observation, relationship concepts, arithmetical reasoning, verbal and figure classification, arithmetical number series, non-verbal series etc. The test will also include questions designed to test the candidate’s abilities to deal with abstract ideas and symbols and their relationship, arithmetical computation and other analytical functions.

General Awareness:

Questions will be designed to test the ability of the candidate’s general awareness of the environment around him and its application to society. Questions will also be designed to test knowledge of current events and of such matters of everyday observation and experience in their scientific aspects as may be expected of an educated person. The test will also include questions relating to India and its neighbouring countries especially pertaining to Sports, History, Culture, Geography, Economic scene, General Polity including Indian Constitution, and Scientific Research etc. These questions will be such that they do not require a special study of any discipline.

English Language & Comprehension: English Language, vocabulary, grammar, sentence structure, synonyms, antonyms and its usage.

For your concern, I am forwarding you previous year question paper. So prepare accordingly.

SSC Stenographer General-Awareness paper

51. Taj Mahal is greatly affected due to:
(A) Tourist (B) Acid rain
(C) Deforestation (D) Sound pollution
52. Conversion of heat into electrical ener
gy
is achieved by using:
(A) Ammeter (B) Hydrometer
(C) Voltmeter (D) Thermocouple
53. Harappa is situated on the bank of the
river:
(A) Ganga (B) Ravi
(C) Yamuna (D) Sindhu
54. According to Mahatma Gandhi, which the
following is correct?
(A) Religion is to be separated from
politics.
(B) Politics and religion must go hand
in hand.
(C) Religion should be completely
banned.
(D) Politics must be completely
eliminated from socio-economic life.
55. The ports located along the eastern coa
of India are:
(A) Kandla and Haldia
(B) Haldia and Cochin
(C) Paradeep and Kandla
(D) Paradeep and Haldia
56. National Income Estimates in India are
prepared by:
(A) National Development Council
(B) National Productivity Council
(C) National Income Committee
(D) Central Statistical Organisation
57. The basic purpose of the formulation of
Din-i-Ilahi was:
(A) universal brotherhood
(B) universal faith
(C) universal harmony
(D) universal belief 5
8. Name the country which has a woman
Prime Minister of Indian Origin:
(A) Fiji
(B) Trinidad and Tobago
(C) Sri Lanka (D) Bangladesh 5
9. Who is the Chair person of National
Disaster Management Authority of India?
(A) Sh. Kamal Nath
(B) Ms. Mamta Banerjee
(C) Dr. Manmohan Singh
(D) Sh. Digvijay Singh 6
0. Who is the Director of Bhaba Atomic
Research Centre?
(A) Vikash Krishan
(B) Arjun Vajpai
(C) Ratan Kumar Sinha
(D) Atul Gawande 6
1. Which one of the following is not a benefit
of saliva?
(A) It facilitates swallowing
(B) It increases RBCs in the body
(C) It keeps the mouth and teeth clean
(D) It aids speech by facilitating
movements of lips and tongue
62. Match List – I with List – II and select the
correct answer using its codes given
below the Lists.
List – I List – II
(A) Pulicat Lake (1) Orissa
(B) Chilka Lake (2) Rajsthan
(C) Wular Lake (3) Tamil Nadu
(D) Sambhar Lake (4) Kashmir
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63. In West Bengal, Raniganj is associated
with:
(A) Coalfields (B) Iron ore
(C) Manganese ore
(D) Copper
64. Who expounded “The Theory of Drain”?
(A) Tilak
(B) Dababhai Nauroji
(C) Gokhale (D) Govinda Ranade
65. The best Index of Economic development
is provided by:
(A) Growth in Percapita Real Income
from the year to year.
(B) Growth in National Income at Current
Prices.
(C) Growth in savings ratio.
(D) Improvement in the Balance of
Payments Position.
66. The part of the eye having the largest
refractive index is:
(A) cornea (B) aqueous humor
(C) lens (D) vitreous humor
67. On May 17, 2010, India successfully test
fired surface to surface ballistic missile
(Agni II) from the wheeler island of:
(A) Orissa coast
(B) Gujarat coast
(C) Andhra Pradesh coast
(D) None of the above
68. Name of the food crop which gives highest
output in India.
(A) Wheat (B) Jowar
(C) Maize (D) Rice
69. The Zoji-La pass connects:
(A) Srinagar and Leh
(B) Arunachal Pradesh and Tibet
(C) Chamba nd Spiti
(D) Kalimpong and Lhasa
70. Enzyme are:
(A) Micro organisms
(B) Proteins
(C) Inorganic compounds
(D) Moulds
71. Which one of the following appointments
is not within the purview of the President
of India?
(A) Chief Justice of India
(B) Chairman, Finance Commission
(C) Chief of Army Staff
(D) Speaker of Lok Sabha
72. Match the following:
List – I List – II
(A) Aquaculture (1) Silk
(B) Floriculture (2) Grapes
(C) Sericulture (3) Flower
(D) Viticulture (4) Fisheries
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73. In which region does rainfall occur
throughout the year?
(A) Mediterranean (B) Equatorial
(C) Tropical (D) Temperate
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74. Which of the following reliaves pain?
(A) Antibiotics (B) Analgesic
(C) Antipyretic (D) Disinfectant
75. Katrina is the name given to ________
(A) Satellite (B) Star
(C) Heat wave (D) Hurricane
76. Sprit in contact with body gives cool
sensation because it is:
(A) liquid (B) transparent
(C) highly volatile
(D) a good conductor
77. The youngest Indian who scaled Mount
Everest in May 2010 is:
(A) Vikas Krishan
(B) Shiva Thapa
(C) Arjun Vajpai
(D) None of the above
78. Tobacco smoke is injurious to health
because it contains:
(A) Carbon monoxide
(B) Nicotine
(C) Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons
(D) Melathene
79. Bal, Pal and Lal were the most prominent
leaders of the:
(A) Swaraj Party
(B) Militant National Party
(C) Gadar Party
(D) Congress Party
80. Mumps is a viral disease that causes
inflammation of:
(A) Parotid gland
(B) Sublingual gland
(C) Submaxillary gland
(D) Infra-orbital gland
81. Name the captain of the German Team in
world cup 2010 (FIFA) played in South
Africa:
(A) Fernando Torres
(B) Thomas Muller
(C) Phillipp Lahm
(D) Xabi Alonso
82. Which of the following organization has
declared October 2, as the International
day of Non-Violence?
(A) U.N. General Assembly
(B) World Peace Forum
(C) Gandhi Peace Foundation
(D) UNESCO
83. The Panchayat Raj system in India was
introduced under the direction of which
article of the constitution?
(A) 32 (B) 40
(C) 45 (D) 51
84. Kilowatt – hour is the unit of:
(A) Energy (B) Power
(C) Force (D) Momentum
85. The largest mixed gland of human body
is:
(A) Thymus (B) Liver
(C) Pancreas (D) Spleen
86. Mercury is a:
(A) social metal (B) liquid metal
(C) solid non-metal
(D) liquid non-metal
87. What should be the gap between first No-
Confidence motion and second Noconfidence
motion?
(A) 2 months (B) 3 months
(C) 6 months (D) 9 months
88. Ball pen functions on the principle of:
(A) Viscosity (B) Boyle’s Law
(C) Gravitational force
(D) Surface tension
89. Which place among the following was the
headquarters of the Portuguese in India?
(A) Cochin
(B) Goa
(C) Calicut
(D) Cannanore
90. The chairman of the Public Accounts
Committee in the Indian Parliament is:
(A) The Leader of Opposition Party
(B) The Speaker of Lok Sabha
(C) The Deputy Speaker of Lok Sabha
(D) The Chairman of Rajya Sabha
91. Major Commercial crops in India are:
(A) Cotton, pulses, jute and oil seeds
(B) Cotton, oil seeds, jute and
sugarcane
(C) Tea, rubber, tobacco and jute
(D) Potatoes, Tea, Tobacco, and cotton
92. The king who is described as the “Indian
Napolean” for his expansionist policies is:
(A) Kumaragupta (B) Chandragupta I
(C) Chandragupta II
(D) Samudragupta
93. A man cannot see clearly beyond to
meters. The disease he suffers from:
(A) Far sight (B) Myopia
(C) Cataract (D) Hypermetropia
94. The Governor General of India impeached
by the House of Commons in England was:
(A) Waren Hastings
(B) Cornwallis (C) Wellesley
(D) William Bentinck
95. Name of the Chief Justice of India?
(A) Soli Sorabjee
(B) Sarosh Homi Kapadia
(C) K.G. Balkrishnan
(D) Mukul Rohtagi
96. When Hydrogen stars burning in air, it
products?
(A) Ammonia (B) Water
(C) Methane (D) Carbonic Acid
97. “Panna” is an important place in Madhya
Pradesh. It is famous for:
(A) Gold mines (B) Silver mines
(C) Diamond mines
(D) Iron mines
98. Consumer’s sovereignty means:
(A) consumers are free to spend their
income as they like.
(B) consumers have the power to
manage the economy.
(C) Consumer’s expenditures influence
the allocation of resources.
(D) Consumer goods are free from
government control.
99. Which of the following is known as the
grave yard of RBC?
(A) Liver (B) Spleen
(C) Brain (D) Heart
100. Rheumatic heart is treated with the help
of
(A) Aspirin (B) Streptomycin
(C) Methyl dopa (D) Penicillin

SSC Stenographer English paper

101. His assistance have / and are still doing /
(A) (B)
excellent work for the organisation.
(D)
No error
(E)
102. They were having / a birthday party at
(A) (B))
ome / next week. / No error
103. The first task is provided / sufficient arable
(A) (B)
land / to the dispossessed farmers. /
(C)
No error
(D)
104. He always practices / the justice and cares
(A) (B)
/ for moral principles. / No error
(C) (D)
105. The whole block of flats / including two
(A) (B)
shops / was destroyed in fire. / No error
(C) (D)
106. Paper should be / recycle / if possible /
(A) (B) (C)
No error
(D)
107. The inaugural function / is temporarily
(A) (B)
interrupted / as the lights suddenly went
(C)
out / No error
(D)
108. None of the diplomats at the conference /
(A)
was able either to comprehend / or solve
(B) (C)
the problem. / No error
(D)
109. Thanks to medical research / our lives
(A) (B)
have become / healthier and long /
(C)
No error
(D)
110. No sooner did he see / the traffic
(A) (B)
policeman / he wore seat belt / No error.
(C) (D)
Directions: In questions 111 to 120 sentences
are given with blanks to be filled in with an
appropriate word(s). Four alternatives are
suggested for each question. Choose the correct
alternative out of the four and indicate it by
blackening the appropriate rectangle [ ] in
the Answer Sheet.
111. He drove from Maharashtra ________
Karnataka without stopping to rest.
(A) is (B) to
(C) into (D) towards
112. If I were _______, I wouldn’t accept such
treatment.
(A) him (B) them
(C) he (D) one
113. Many a man ______ imprisoned without
trial in Fascist countries.
(A) are (B) were
(C) is (D) have been
114. I know to ______ you are alluding.
(A) who (B) which
(C) where (D) whom
115. Each man and each women ________ a
vote.
(A) have (B) has
(C) can (D) must
116. Most animals which are nocturnal have a
sharper ________ at night, than in the
morning.
(A) vision (B) sight
(C) view (D) eye
117. Age and experience _______ wisdom to
man.
(A) bring (B) have brought
(C) are bringing (D) bring
118. If you litter, you ______ to pay a fine.
(A) will have (B) would have
(C) will had (D) would had

119. The plane will take off when the
thunderstorm _______
(A) stops (B) stopped
(C) would stop (D) will stop
120. When the doctor _______, the patient was
already _______
(A) arrived ; died
(B) arrived ; dead
(C) arrive ; dead
(D) arriving ; dying
Directions: In Questions 121 to 130 choose the
word opposite in meaning to the given word and
mark it in the Answer Sheet.
121. rapid
(A) happy (B) fall
(C) slow (D) abnormal
122. serve
(A) sharp (B) mild
(C) important (D) cut
123. Fruitless
(A) successful (B) wasted
(C) useless (D) insufficient
124. Initiated
(A) complicated (B) simplified
(C) concluded (D) commenced
125. consensus
(A) accept (B) opinion
(C) disagreement (D) permission
126. Genuine
(A) General (B) Genie
(C) Real (D) Fake
127. reveal
(A) disclose (B) cover
(C) hide (D) veil
128. fatigued
(A) weakened (B) energised
(C) tired (D) activated
129. Autonomy
(A) slavery (B) subordination
(C) dependence (D) submissiveness
130. flexible
(A) rigid (B) cruel
(C) humble (D) easy
Directions: In Questions 131 to 140 out of the
four alternatives, choose the one which best
expresses the meaning of the given word and mark
it in the Answer Sheet.
131. Enigmatic
(A) magnetic (B) automatic
(C) speeding (D) puzzling
132. Despondent
(A) Deserted (B) Dejected
(C) Rejected (D) Repentant
133. Aversion
(A) Aggression (B) Assertion
(C) Dislike (D) Impudence
134. Desperation
(A) Depression (B) Jubilation
(C) Fascination (D) Hopelessness
135. Jubilant
(A) Brilliant (B) Proud
(C) Ecstatic (D) Gloomy
136. Liberty
(A) Freedom (B) Equality
(C) Charity (D) Democracy
137. Blister
(A) chatter (B) travel
(C) attack (D) wound
138. Trauma
(A) accident (B) art form
(C) type of medicine
(D) emotional shock
139. Rectify
(A) Proceed
(B) Satisfy
(C) Insert (D) Correct

140. Fabulous
(A) Beautiful (B) Marvelous
(C) Interesting (D) Charming
Directions: In Question Nos. 141 to 150 groups
of four words are given. In which group one word
is correctly spelt. Find the correctly spelt word and
mark your answer in the Answer Sheet.
141. (A) mischeivous (B) miscariage
(C) misdemeanour (D) misnomar
142. (A) Strom (B) Galle
(C) Tempest (D) Huricane
143. (A) receive (B) recieve
(C) receeve (D) resieve
144. (A) judicious (B) juditious
(C) judiceous (D) judecious
145. (A) business (B) dissappear
(C) pleashure (D) indigetion
146. (A) repitition (B) repetition
(C) repitetion (D) repetetion
147. (A) diferentiate (B) deferentiate
(C) differentiate (D) differensiate
148. (A) Embarass (B) Embarras
(C) Embaras (D) Embarrass
149. (A) casset (B) cassette
(V) casete (D) cassat
150. (A) Haroscope (B) Harosecope
(C) Horoscope (D) Haroescope
Directions: In Question Nos. 151 to 160, out of
the four alternatives choose the one which can be
substituted for the given words/sentence.
151. A body of persons appointed to hear
evidence and give verdict in trials.
(A) association (B) council
(C) bar (D) jury
152. A person who dishonestly present to be
somebody else:
(A) Imperialist (B) Impressionist
(C) Implorer (D) Impostor
153. The violent storm made it difficult for them
to reach the shore:
(A) weather (B) rains
(C) breeze (D) tempest
154. Careful and through enquiry:
(A) Investigation (B) Interview
(C) Examination (D) Exploration
155. A situation that stops an activity from
progressing:
(A) Bypass (B) Breach
(C) Bottleneck (D) Block head
Directions: In Questions 171 to 179, four
alternatives are given for the idiom/phrase
underlined sentence. Choose the alternative which
best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase
and mark it in the Answer Book.
156. Some people do not grease anybody’s plan
on any account.
(A) bride (B) flatter
(C) cheat (D) fight
157. I was so disappointed when my close
friend left me in the lurch.
(A) went away without waiting for me
(B) helped me in difficult times
(C) abandoned me when I needed help
(D) stopped helping me in emergency
158. His position in the company was on the
brink of disaster.
(A) at the top of (B) at the point of
(C) on the side of (D) on the back of
159. The car broke down just as it reached the
edge of a cliff. It was indeed a closes have.
(A) to share one’s brand
(B) very risky
(C) narrow escape from danger
(D) to be happy
160. You have been caught cheating – now you
must face the music.
(A) face the unpleasant consequences.
(B) stand upto unpleasant consequences.
(C) be debarred.
(D) be insulted publicly.
161. The parents are in high spirits as their
son has got a decent job.
(A) in good position
(B) drunk
(C) cheerful
(D) shocked
162. When she realised that she had bought a
fake product, she knew that her money
had gone down the drain.
(A) was lost forever
(B) dropped in the drain
(C) got washed away
(D) her money was safe
163. Even though the new clerk was given a
difficult task, he remained cool as a
cucumber.
(A) not nervous or emotional
(B) caught cold
(C) was happy
(D) was scared
164. George Bernard Shaw was blessed with
the gift of the gab.
(A) enormous wealth.
(B) ability to work hard.
(C) ability to speak impressively.
(D) luck on one’s side.
165. The police caught the thief red handed
(A) in a red uniform
(B) with blood in hands
(C) at the time of committing the crime
(D) after reading the rules
Directions: In Question Nos. 166 to 170, a part
of the sentence is underlined. Below are given
alternatives to the underlined part at A, B and C
which may improve the sentence. Choose the
correct alternative. In case improvement is needed,
you answer is ‘D’.
166. The work you have submitted is not to
the mark.
(A) as the
(B) from the
(C) upto the
(D) no improvement
167. It is important not to worry.
(A) to don’t worry
(B) to not worry
(C) don’t worry
(D) no improvement
168. The problems of traffic crowding will not
disappear soon.
(A) congestion (B) concentration
(C) intensification (D) no improvement
169. Like for example, a post office can have a
customer care centre.
(A) for example (B) like example
(C) for an example
(D) no improvement
170. His brother never has and never will be
dependable.
(A) never had
(B) never has been
(C) was never being
(D) no improvement
Directions: In Question 171 to 176, the 1st and
the last parts of the sentence are numbered 1 and
6. The rest of the sentence split into four parts
and named P, Q, R and S. These four parts are not
given in their proper order. Read the sentence and
find out which of the four combinations is correct.
Then the find the correct answer and indicate it by
blackening the appropriate rectangle [ ] in the
Answer Sheet.
171. 1. He could not rise
P. All at once, in the distance, he heard
an elephant trumpet
Q. He tried again with all his might but to
no use
R. The next moment he was on his feet
S. He stepped into the river
6. It was colder than usual
(A) PQSR (B) PRQS
(C) QPRS (D) QPSR
172. 1. The next morning 1 found myself
somewhat refreshed but very hungry.
P. I asked him to let me help unload the
vessel
Q. I noticed I was near a large ship
R. I went at once to the captain
S. It was unloading a cargo of pig iron
6. I wanted to earn monkey for food
(A) PQRS (B) QSRP
(C) PRSQ (D) SRPQ
173. 1. The salmon fish pushed themselves
P. to return to their spawning grounds
Q. and fertilized them
R. but once they laid their eggs
S. they died
(A) SQPR (B) RSQP
(C) SPRQ (D) RPSQ
174. 1. One of my friends Krishnan went to live
in a village
P. But it was a very slow animal
Q. So Krishnan bought a donkey for 200
rupees
R. One day his new neighbour told him
that he must buy a donkey
S. Every family there had a donkey to carry
things for them
6. It did not like to work
(A) SQPR (B) RSQP
(C) APRS (D) PRSQ
175. 1. The only choice
P. universities will be to
Q. tuition fees to meet
R. left before the Indian
S. substantially raise the
6. the rising expenditure
(A) RPSQ (B) PQSR
(C) SQRP (D) QPSR
Directions: In Questions 177 to 180, a sentence
has been given in Active/Passive Voice. Out of the
four alternative suggested, select the one which
best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active
Voice and mark you answer in the Answer Sheet.
176. A lion does not eat grass, however hungry
he may be
(A) Grass is not eaten by a lion, however
hungry he may be.
(B) Grass is not being eaten by a lion,
however, hungry he may be.
(C) Grass is eaten not by a lion, however
hungry he may be.
(D) Grass is being not eaten by a lion,
however, hungry he may be.
177. She is reading the book everyday.
(A) The book is being read by her
everyday.
(B) The book is read by her everyday.
(C) The book was read by her everyday.
(D) The book was being read by her
everyday.
178. Someone saw him picking up a gun.
(A) He was seen pick up a gun by
someone.
(B) He was seen picking up a gun by
someone
(C) He was seen by someone when he
was picking up a gun
(D) He was seen by someone pick a gun
179. This unexpected news surprised me a
great deal.
(A) I was surprised a great deal by this
unexpected news
(B) I am surprised a great deal by this
unexpected news
(C) I have been surprised a great deal
by this unexpected news
(D) I had been surprised a great deal
by this unexpected news
180. The students are decorating the stage for
the annual day celebrations.
(A) The stage had been decorated by
the students for the annual day
celebrations.
(B) The stage is being decorated by the
students for the annual day
celebrations.
(C) The stage was decorated by the
students for the annual day
celebrations.
(D) The stage has been decorated by
the students for the annual day
celebrations.
Directions (Q. No. 181-185): In the following
passage some of the words have been left out.
First read the passage over and try to understand
what it is about. Then fill the blanks with the help
of the alternatives given. Mark you answer in the
answer sheet.
There is nothing which a man of strong will cannot
achieve. Will-power is sure hypnotism that 181
all obstacles that 182 our progress. A man of strong
will is always 183, while one who is weak in will
has to 184 many failures. “Nothing ventured,
nothing gained 185 be an excellent rule of conduct,
but no strong will, no 186 is the greatest 187 of
life. All difficulties melt away before a 188 mind.
Very often we attribute our 189 to chance, fate or
stars. We blame our luck, but 190 do we examine
our minds, the weakness of which is really
responsible for our failure.
181. (A) overcomes (B) prevents
(C) skips (D) avoids
182. (A) advance (B) hinder
(C) accelerate (D) help
183. (A) eventful (B) fearful
(C) successful (D) powerful
184. (A) avoid (B) omit
(C) overcome (D) face
185. (A) could (B) would
(C) may (D) should
186. (A) profit (B) success
(C) loss (D) result
187. (A) principal (B) aim
(C) principle (D) goal
188. (A) weak (B) heroic
(C) chief (D) disturbed
189. (A) advancement (B) progress
(C) strength (D) failures
190. (A) rarely (B) frequently
(C) suddenly (D) quickly
Directions: In Question 191 to 195 you have two
brief passages with 5 questions following each
passage. Read the passage carefully and choose
the best answer to each question out of the four
alternatives are mark it by blackening the
appropriate rectangle [ ] in the Answer Sheet.
Passage – I
Two hundred years after Malthus predicted that
population growth would overtake food production
by a margin of 256 to 9, the simple fact is that
food production had always been ahead of the
population growth. Malthus’ doomsday prediction
simply did not come true due to two major reasons:
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first, population did not grow geometrically and
birth rates in all Western countries fell during the
20th Century, resulting in very slow population
growth. Over the past quarter century, birth rates
have been falling in the developing countries too.
Second, modern agricultural practices and better
irrigation have resulted in tremendous growth in
food production in almost all parts of the globe,
with the notable exception of sub-Saharan Africa.
Therefore, at the global level, the Malthusian
doomsday never befell on us.
India’s population grew by about two and a half
times in the past 45 years – from 361 million in
1951 to an estimated 916 million in 1995. But
during the same period, India’s foodgrain
production grew by nearly four times – from 51
million tonnes in 1951 to 191 million tonnes in
1995. As a result, the per capita food grain
availability in India has gone up considerably since
the Independence, that is, the Malthusian
prediction has come true even in India.
191. Malthus doomsday prediction did not
come true due to two major reasons. They
are
(A) Rapid growth in population and
Industrial development
(B) Very slow growth in population and
modern agricultural practices and
better irrigation
(C) Increase in percapita income and
economic progress
(D) Better facilities in Health and Hygiene
192. In the past forty five years, India’s
population has grow about
(A) Three and half times
(B) One and half times
(C) Five times
(D) Two and half times
193. The food production had always been
_______ of population growth.
(A) slow (B) ahead
(C) adequate (D) stagnant
194. In the development countries, the birth
rate is:
(A) increasing (B) doubling
(C) falling (D) static
195. India’s food production from 1951 to 1995
grew nearly
(A) Five times (B) Four times
(C) Three times (D) Two times

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As per your request, I am here providing the info about examination of Steno in SSC.

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Age: between 18-27 ( Relaxation as per Gvt Rule)
Educational Qualification: Senior Secondary with recognized BOard.

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General Intelligence & Reasoning ( 50 Questions)
General Awareness ( 50 Questions)

Syllabus:

General Intelligence & Reasoning: verbal and figure classification, verbal and non verbal analogy, visual memory, discriminating observation, similarities and differences, space visualization, problem solving, analysis, judgement, arithmetical reasoning, decision making, relationship concepts, non-verbal series, arithmetical number series etc.

General Awareness: Questions relating to India and its neighbouring countries on Sports, Indian Constitution, Culture, Geography, National Economy, General Polity, History and Scientific Research.

English Language & Comprehension: English Language, vocabulary, grammar, sentence structure, synonyms, antonyms and its correct usage etc.

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