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What is “cardiac polyp”
1. Acute infarct
2. Cardiac aneurysm
3. Benign tumour
4. Fibrinous clot in the chamber
Answer: d

Condition promoting adipocere formation
1. Dry and hot
2. Hot and humid
3. Dry & optimum
4. Moist & optimum
Answer: b

Enlarged pulsating liver with ascites occurs in:
1. Mitral regurgitation
2. Tricuspid regurgitation
3. CCF
4. AR

In civil negligence, onus of proof is with
1. Judicial first degree magistrate
2. Police not below the level of sub inspector
3. Doctor
4. Patient Answer: d

According to European laryngeal Society, Subligamentous cordectomy is classified as
1. Type I
2. Type II
3. Type III
4. Type IV
Answer: b

The technique of laproscopic cholecystectomy was first described by?
1. Erich Muhe
2. Phillip Moure
3. Lanchenback
4. Eddie Reddick
Answer: a

Percutaneous vertebroplasty is indicated in all except
1. Tuberculosis
2. Metastasis
3. Osteoporosis
4. Hemangioma

Degrees awarded by Indian universities are mentioned in
1. Schedule I of MCI act
2. Schedule II of MCI act
3. Part 1 of schedule III
4. Part 2 of schedule III
Answer: a

During autopsy, if spinal cord is to be examined what is the most commonly used approach
1. Anterior
2. Posterior
3. Lateral
4. Antero-lateral
Answer: b

A 30 yr old lady P2L 0 with menorrhagia. What is the treatment of choice
1. Mirena
2. Combined OCP's
3. Trans cervical resection of endometria (TCRE)
4. Hysterectomy
Answer: b

The volatility of an anesthetic agent is directly proportional to lowering the flow in the portal vein. Portal flow is maximally reduced by
1. ether
2. halothane
3. isoflurane
4. enflurane
Answer: b

A young boy has sickle cell trait. Which of the following anaesthesia is contraindicated?
1. IV regional anaesthesia
2. Brachial plexus block by supraclavicular approach
3. Brachia plexus block by infraclavicular approach
4. Brachial plexus block by axillary approach
Answer: a

Local anaesthesia causing methemoglobinemia
1. Procaine
2. Prilocaine
3. Etiodicaine
4. Ropivacaine
Answer: b

Extrinsic membranes of larynx are all except:
1. Cricothyroid
2. Thyrohyoid
3. Hyoepiglottie
4. Cricotracheal
Answer: a

Paneth cells true is
1. Rich in rough endoplasmic reticulum
2. High zine content
3. Foamy cytoplasm
4. Numerous lysozyme granules
Answer: a

True about prostatic urethra are all except:
1. Trapezoid in cross section
2. Presence of verumontanum
3. Openings of prostatic ducts
4. Contains urethral crest
Answer: a

Cranial nerve not carrying parasympathetic fibres
1. Fourth
2. Seventh
3. Third
4. Ninth
Answer: a

Middle superior alveolar nerve is a branch of
1. Mandibular division of trigeminal nerve
2. Palatine division of maxillary nerve
3. Anterior nasal division of maxillary nerve
4. Inferior alveolar nerve

A healthy young athlete is sitting at the edge of the table with knee at 90 degree flexion. He fully extends it. What will happen?
1. Movement of tibial tuberosity towards centre of the patella
2. Movement of tibial tuberosity towards lateral border of patella
3. Movement of tibial tuberosity towards medical border of patella 4. No change in position
Answer: b

Coeliac plexus is located
1. Anterolateral & around the aorta
2. Posterolateral & around the aorta
3. Anteromedical to lumbar sympathetic chain
4. Posterolateral to lumbar sympathetic chain
Answer: c

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1. To obtain a p-type germanium semiconductor, it must be doped with
(a) arsenic
(b) antimony
(c) Indium
(d) phosphorous
2. Sound waves do not.show the phenomenon of
(a) interference
(b) diffraction
(e) refraction
(d) polarisation
3. The magnifying power of a compound microscope is high If
(a) both me objective and the eyepiece has short focal lengths
(b) both the objectve and the eyepiece have long focal lengths
(c) the objective has a Short focal length and the eyepiece has a long focal length
(d)the objective has a long focal length and the eyepiece has a short focal length
4. 1 curie is
(a) 1 dps
(b) 3 x 1010dps
(c) 106 cos
(d) 3.7 x 1010dps
5. To double the covering range of a TV transmitter tower, its height should be made
(a) 2 times
(b) 4 times
(c) √2 times
(d) 8 times
6. An alternatmg voltage V = V0sin ωτ is applied across a circuit. As result I = I0 sin(ωτ)- π/2)flows ill it. The power consumed per cycle is
(a) zero
(b) 0.5 V0I0
(d) 0.707 V0I0
(d) 1.414 V0I0
7. A slab consist of two portions of different materials of same thickness and having the conductivities K1 and K2. The equivalent thermal conductivity of the slab is
8. A prism is made up 0f material of refractive index √3. The angle of prism is A. If the angle of minimum deviation is equal to the angle of the prism, then the value of A is
(a) 30o
(b) 45o
(c) 60o
(d) 75o
9. The following table
is a truth table for
(a) NAND gate
(b) NOR gate
(c) XOR gate
(d) AND gate
10. The half-life of a radioactive substance is 10 day. This means that
(a) the substance completely disintegrates in 20 days.
(b) the substance completely disintegrates in 40 days.
(c) 1/8 part at the mass of the substance will be left intact at the end of 40 days
(d) 7/8 part of the mass of the substance disintegrates in 30 days.
11. A source and an observer are moving towards each other with a speed equal to υ/2, where υ is the speed of sound. The
source is emitting sound of frequency n.The frequency heard by one observer will be
(a) Zero
(b) n
(c) n/3
(d) 3n
12. Velocity of sound waves in air is 330 m/s. For a particular sound in air a path difference of 40 cm is equivalent to phase difference of 1.6π. The frequency of the wave is
(a) 165 Hz
(b) 150 Hz
(c) 660 Hz
(d) 330 Hz
13. The power factor of the circuit shown in figure is
(a) 0.2
(b) 0.4
(c) 0.8
(d) 0.6
14. A particle is executing linear simple harmonic motion amplitude A. What fraction of the total energy is kinetic when the displacement is half the amplitude.
(a) 1/4
(b) 1/2√2
(c) 1/2
(d) 3/4
15. Two simple harmonic motions are represented by y1=4sin(πt– π/2) and y2=3cos(4πt). The resultant amplitude is
(a) /
(b) 1
(c) 5
(d) 2+√3
16. Three plates 0f common surface area A are connected as shown in figure. The effective capacitance will be
17. When 20 J of work was done on gas. 40 J of heat energy was released If the initial energy of the gas was 70 J what is the final internal energy’?
(a) 50 J
(b) -150 J
(c) 90 J
(d) 110 J
18. The value of g at a particular point is 9.8 ms-2 Suppose the earth suddenly shrinks uniformly to half it resent size without losing any mass . The value of g at the same point (distance of the point from the centre of earth does not change) Will now be
(a) 9.8 ms-2
(b) 4.9 ms-2
(c) 19.6 ms-2
(d) 39.2 ms-2
19. A spherical ball is dropped in a long column of viscous liquid. Which of the following graphs represent the variation of
(i) gravitational force with time
(ii) viscous force with time
(iii) net force acting on the ball with time?
(a) Q.R.P
(b) R.Q.P
(c) P.Q.R
(d) R.P.Q
20. The Young’s modulus of a wire of length L the radius r is y newton per square meter lf the length is reduced to L/2 and radius L/2 Its Young’s modulus will be
(a) y/2
(b) y
(c) 2y
(d) 4y
21. A boy of mass m stands on one end of a wooden plank of length L. and muss M The plank is floating on water, If the boy walks from one end of the plank to the other end at a constant speed the
resulting displacement of the plank is given by
(a) mL/M
(b) ML/m
(c) mL/M+m
(d) mL/M-m
22. A sphere of solid material of relative density 9 has a concentric spherical cavity and Just sinks in water. If the radius of sphere be R. then the radius of cavity (r) will be related to R as

23. Average value of kinetic energy and potential energy over entire time period in a SHM is

24. In which of the state- shown in figure, is potential energy of a electric dipole maximum?

25. A car is travelling with a linear velocity u on a Circular road of radius r. If It is increasing its speed at the rate of a m/s2 then the resultant acceleration will be
26. A uniform magnetic field parallel to the plane of paper, exsisted in space initially directed from left to right. When a bar of soft Iron is placed in the field parallel to it, the lines of force passing through It will be represented by figure.

27. A body starts from rest and moves with a uniform acceleration. The ratio of the distance covered in the n th second to the distance covered in nsecond
28. Wind blowing from South at 10 m/s but to a cyclist it appears to be blowing from the East at 10 m/s The cyclist has a velocity
(a) 10i – 10j
(b) 10i + 10j
(c) – 10i + 10j
(d) – 10i – 10j
29. The current. i and voltage V graphs for a given metallic wire at two different temperatures T1 and T2 are shown In the figure. It is concluded that

30. The internal resistance of primary cell is 4Ω. It generates a current of 0.2 A in an external resistance of 21Ω. The rate at which chemical energy is consumed is providing the current is
(a) 0.42 J/s
(b) 0.24 J/s
(c) 5 J/s
(d) 1 J/s
31. There are four point charges +q, -q, +q and -q are placed at the corners A, B, C, and D respectively of a square of side a.The potential energy of the system is 1/4πε0 times
32. The potential difference across the 3 Ω resistor shown in figure is

(a) zero
(b) 1 V
(c) 3 5 V
(d) 7V
33. There are N cells in the circuit of figure. The emf and internal resistance of each cell is E and r respectively. The points A and B in the circuit divide the circuit into n and (N – n) cells. The current in the circuit is
(a) E/r
(b) nE/r
(c) NE/Nr
(d) Zero
34. The earth’s magnetic field at a certain place has a horizontal component of 0.3 G and total strength 0.5 G. Find angle of dip in tan -1

35. Two spherical conductors A and B of radii a and b (b> a) are placed concentrically in air. The two arc connected by a copper wire as shown in figure. The equivalent capacitance of the system is

36. The magnetic flux linked with the coil varies with time as φ = 3t24t + 9. The magnitude of the induced emf of 2s is
(a) 9 V
(b) 16 V
(c) 3 V
(d) 4 V
37. The force F is given by expression F = A cos(Bx) Csin(Dt), where x is the displacement and t is the time. Then dimension of D/B are same as that of
(a) velocity [LT-1]
(b) angular velocity[T-1]
(c) angular momentum[ML2T-1]
(d) velocity gradient[T-1]
38. The thermo cmf of a thermocouple varies with the temperature θ of the hot junction as
E = aθ.bθ2 volt
where the ratio (a/b) is 700°C. If the cold junction is kept at O°C, then the neutral temperature is
(a) 700°C
(b) 350°C
(c) 1400°C
(d) no neutral temperature is possible
39.The wire shown is figure tames a current of 32 A. If r = 3.14 cm. the magnetic field at point P will be

40. Carbon, silicon and germanium are semiconductors having four valance e If their respective band gap energies between conduction and valence band are (Eg)c, (Eg)S1, (Eg)Ge
Directions (Q. Noa. 41 to 60) In each of the following questions, two statement are given One is assertion and the other is reason. Examine the statement carefully and mark the correct answer according to the instruction given below
(a)If both the assertion and reason are true and reason explains the assertion
(b)If both the assertion and reason are true but reason does not explain the assertion
(c)If assertion is true but reason is false
(d)If assertion is false but reason is true
41. Assertion In an elastic collision between two bodies. the energy of each body is conserved
Reason The total energy of an isolated system is conserved.
42. Assertion A body can he at rest even when it is under the action of any number of external forces
Reason Vector sum of all the external forces is zero
43. Assertion In a non-uniform circular motion, the acceleration of the particle is equal to sum of the tangential acceleration and the centripetal acceleration.
Reason The two acceleration are perpendicular to each other.
44. Assertion A body can have acceleration even if its velocity is zero at that instant of time.
Reason The body will be momentarily at rest when it reserves its direction of motion.
45. Assertion Work done in moving a charge between any two points in a uniform electric field is independent of the path followed by the charge. between these points.
Reason Electrostatic forces are non conservative
46. Assertion In a transistor amplifier. the output voltage is always nut of phase with the input voltage.
Reason The emitter base junction is reverse biased and the base collector Junction is forward biased
47. Assertion In case of pure rolling. the force of friction becomes zero.
Reason The speed at the point of contact is zero.
48. Assertion Heat from the sun reaches the earth by convection.
Reason Air can be heated only by convection.
49. Assertion A wire carrying an electric current has no electric field around it.
Reason Rate of flow of electron’s in one direction is equal to the rate of flow of protons in opposite direction.
50. Assertion If an electron and proton enter a perpendicular magnetic field with equal momentum, then radius of curve for electron is more than that of proton.
Reason Electron has less mass than proton.
51. Assertion The ratio Cp/Cvis more for helium gas than for hydrogen gas.
Reason Atomic mass of helium is more than that of hydrogen.
52. Assertion Our ears cannot distinguish two notes, one produced by a violin and other by a guitar. if they have exactly same intensity and same frequency.
Reason When a musical instrument is played, it produces a fundamental note which is accompanied by a number of overtones called harmonics.
53. Assertion The de-Broglie wavelength equation has significance for any microscopic and submicroscopic particles.
Reason de-Broglie wavelength is inversely proportional to the mass of the object its velocity is constant
54. Assertion In stationary wave, there is no transfer of energy.
Reason The ratio of kinetic energy to potential energy is independent of the position.
55. Assertion Electrons move from a region of higher potential to a region of lower potential.
Reason An electron has less potential energy at a point where potential is higher and vice.versa.
56. Assertion In a radioactive disintegration, an electron is emitted by the nucleus.
Reason Electron are present inside the nucleus.
57. Assertion A normal human eye can clearly see all the objects beyond a certain minimum distance.
Reason the human eye has the capacity to suitably adjust the focal length of its lens to a certain extent.
58. Assertion A satellite moving in a circular orbit around the earth has a total energy E0, then its potential energy is -E0
Reason Potential energy of the body at a Point In a gravitational field of orbit is –GMm/R
59. Assertion If a liquid in a vessel is stirred and left to itself. the motion disappear after few minutes.
Reason The moving liquid exerts equal and opposite force.
60. Assertion At the centre of earth u body has centre of mass, but no centre of gravity.
Reason This is because g=0 at the centre of earth

1. Aspirin acts as an analgesic because it
(a) inhibits the synthesis of prostaglandins which stimulates inflammation of the tissue
(b) prevents the release of HCL in the stomach
(c) Prevents the interaction of histamine with its receptor
(d) inhibit activities of enzymes
2. Starch is a mixture of two components, a water soluble component amylase (15-20%) and a water insoluble component amylopectin (80-85%). The aqueous solution, of amylase gives a blue colour with iodine solution due to the formation of
(a) amylose iodide
(b) amylose iodate
(c) inclusion complex
(d) amylase tetraiodide complex
3. What reagent is used in the Hinsberg test of amines?
(a) (CH3CO)2O and pyridine
(b) C6H3SO2CI in aq NaOh
(c) NaNo2 in aq H2 SO4
(d) CH3l(excess) followed by AgOH
4. Aldol condensation between which of the following two compounds followed by dehydration gives methyl vinyl ketone?
(a) Formaldehyde and acetone
(b) Formaldehyde and acetaldehyde
(c) Two molecules of acetone
(d) Two molecules of acetaldehyde
5.Grignard reagents and organolithium compounds on addition to dry ice separately, followed by hydrolysis gives
(a) ketones and carboxylic acids respectively
(b) carboxylic acids and ketones respectively
(c) only carboxylic acids
(d) onty ketones
6.The strongest acid among the following is
(a) o-methoxy phenol
(b) p-methoxy phenol
(c) m-methoxy phenol
(d) phenol
7. On commercial scale phenol is obtained from chlorobenzene. The chlorobenzene needed for the purpose is prepared by Raschig’s process. Which one of the following is Raschig’s process?
8. How many mL of 0.125 M Cr3+ must be reacted with 12.00 mL of 0.200 M MnO4 if the redox products are CrO2/7– and Mn2+?
(a) 8 mL
(b) 16 mL
(c) 24 mL
(d) 32 mL
9. At 300 K, 36 g of glucose present per litre in its solution has an osmotic pressure of 4.98 bar. If the osmotic pressure of solution is 1.52 bar at the same temperature, what would be its concentration?
(a) 11gL-1
(b) 22gL-1
(c) 36gL-1
(d) 42gL-1
10. The composition of a sample of wustite is Fe0.93O. What percentage of the iron is present in the form of Fe (III)?
(a) 5%
(b) 7 08%
(c) 15.05%
(d) 23.6%
11. When acidified K2Cr2O7 solution is added to Sn2+ salts, then Sn2+ changes to
(a) Sn
(b) Sn3-
(c) Sn4+
(d) Sn4+
12. What would be the expected product of the reaction of propyne with Br2/H2O if the mechanism of this reaction is analogous to that of propene?
(a) 2-brompropenol
(b) Bromoacetone
(c) 2-boromo-b-propanol
(d) Bromoprophenol
13. Which of the following carbocation would have the greatest stability?

14. Electron affinity is positive, when
(a) O changes into O–
(b) O changes into O2-
(c) O changes into O+
(d) election affinity is always negative
15. Which one of the following pairs represents stereoisomerism ?
(a) Chain isomerism and rotational isomerism
(b) Structural isomerism and geometrical isomerism
(c) Linkage isomerism and geometrical isomerism
(d) Optical isomerism and geometrical isomerism
16. Using the data given below find out the strongest reducing agent

17. EMF of Daniell cell was found using different concentrations of Zn2+ ion and Cu2+ ion. A graph was then plotted between Ecell and log [Zn2+]/[Cu2+] found to be linear with intercept on Ecell axis equal to 1.10 V.Ecell for Zn/Zn2+ (0.1M)|| Cu 2+ (00.1M)| Cu will be
(a) 1.10 V
(b) 1.0705 V
(c) 0.93 V
(d) 0.078 V
18. Which of the following process is not responsible for the presence of electric charge on the sol particles?
(a) Electron capture by sot particles
(b) Adsorption of one species from solution
(c) Formation of Helmholtz electrical double layer
(d) Absorption of ionic species horn solution
19. In the metallurgy of aluminium
(a) Al3+ is oxidised to Al (s)
(b) graphite anode is oxidised to carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide
(c) oxidation state of oxygen changes in the reaction at anode
(d) oxidation state of oxygen changes in the overall reaction involved in the process
20. In the preparation of HNO3 we get NO gas by catalytic oxidation of ammonia. The moles of NO produced by the oxidation of two moles of NH3 will be
(a) 2
(b) 3
(c) 4
(d) 6
23. The thermal decomposition of HCOOFI is a foot order reaction with a rate constant of
2.4 x 10-3s-1 at certain temperature. Calculate how long will it take for three fourths of initial quantity of HCOOII decompose?
(a) 578 s
(b) 225 s
(c) 436 s
(d) 578 s
24. Rate constant k of a reaction varies, with temperature according to the equation log k = constant – Ea/2.303R x 1/T where Eais the energy of activation for the reaction When a graph is plotted for log k vs 1/T a straight line with a slope -6670 k is obtained. The activation energy for this reaction will be (R=8.314JK-1mol-1)
(a) 122.65 kJmol-1
(b) 127.71 kJmol-1
(c) 142.34 kJmol-1
(d) 150.00 kJmol-1
25. Which of the following statements is not correct about order of a reaction?
(a) The order of a reaction can be a fractional number
(b) Order of a reaction is exeperimentally determined quantity
(c) The order of a reaction is always equal to the sum of the stoichiometric coefficients of reactants In the balanced chemical equation for a reaction
(d) The order of a reaction is the sum of the powers of molar concentrations of the reactants in the rate law expression
26. Which of the following reagents would not be a good choice for reducing an aryl nitro compound to an amine?
(a) H2 (excess)/Pt
(b) LiAIH in ether
(c) Fe anc HCl
(d) Sn and HCl
27. Which is the correct statement about birth control pills?
(a) Contain estrogen only
(b) Contain progesterone only
(c) Contain a mixture of estrogen and progesterone derivatives
(d) Progesterone enhances ovulation
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29. Glycogen is a branched chain polymer of α-D-glucose units in which chain is formed by C1 – C4 glycosidic linkage whereas branching occurs by the formation of C1 – C6 glycosidic linkage. Structure of glycogen is similar to
(a) amylose
(b) anylopectin
(c) cellulose
(d) glucose
30. Each polypeptide in a protein has amino acids linked with each other in a specific sequence. This sequence of amino acids is said to be
(a) primary structure of proteins
(P) secondary structure of proteins
(o) tertiary structure of proteins
(d) quaternary structure of proteins
31. The anticodon transfer RNA for the messenger RNA codon GCA is
(a) TGA
(b) GUT
(c) AGT
(d) CGU
32. Which one of the following statements is wrong?
(a) Fuel obtained from plastic waste has high octane rating
(b) H2O2 with suitable catayst is now used in bleaching of paper
(c) Now-a-days ethanol is produced by one step oxidation of ethane in presence of ionic catalyst in aqueous medium
(d) The growth of fish gets inhibited, if the concentration of dissolved oxygen of water in over 6 ppm
33. The enthalpies of all elements in their standard states are
(a) unity
(b) zero
(c) <0
(d) different for each element
34. 2 L of an ideal gas at a pressure of 10 atm expands isothermally into a vacuum until its total volume is 10 L. How much work is done in the expansion?
(a) 8 L-atm
(b) 16 1 L-atm
(c) 24.0 L-atm
(d) No work is done
35. Predict in which of the following entropy decreases.
(a) A liquid crystallizes into a solid
(b) Temperature of a crystalline solid is raised from 0 K to 115 K
(c) 2NaHCO3 (s) → Na2CO3 (s)
(d) H2
36. The number of unpaired electrons in a paramagnetic diatomic molecule of an element with atomic number 16 is
(a) 1
(b) 2
(c) 3
(d) 4
37. How many σ and π bonds are in SO42- ion?
(a) 4.2
(b) 3.2
(c) 4.3
(d) 3.3
38. The shape of the orbital with the value of
l= 2m =0 is
(a) spherical
(b) double dumb-bell
(c) trigonal planar
(d) square planar
39. For the reaction, 1 g mole of CaCO3 is enclosed in 5 L container
CaCO3(s) → CaO(s) CO2(g)
Kp= 1.16 at 1073 K then per cent dissociation of CaCO3 is
(a) zero
(b) 6.58%
(c) 65%
(d) 100%
40. Ionic product of Ni(OH)2 is 2.0 x 10-15 Molar solubility of Ni(OH)2 in 0.10 M NaOH will be
(a) 1.0 x 10-13M
(b) 2.O x 10-13M
(c) 4.0 x 10-13M
(d) 8.0 x 10-13M
Directions (Q. 41 to 60) In the following questions a statement of assertion followed by a statement of reason is given. Choose the correct answer out of the following choice.
(a) Both Assertion and Reason are true and Reason is the correct explanation of Assertion
(b) Both Assertion and Reason are true but Reason is not the correct explanation of Assertion
(c) Assertion is true but Reason is false.
(d) Both Assertion and Reason are false
41. Assertion Neoprene can be further hardened by heating in presence of sulphur.
Reason Neoprene contains allylic double bonds which help in introducing sulphur bridges between different polymer chains.
42.Assertion Deoxyribose, C5H10O4 is not a carbohydrate.
Reason Carbohydrates are hydrates of carbon so compounds which follow Cx(H2O)yformula are carbohydrates.
43. Assertion Aniline does not undergo Friedel-Crafts reaction.
Reason Friedel-Crafts is an electrophilic substitution reaction.
44. Assertion In comparison to ethyl chloride it is difficult to carry out nucleophilic substitution on vinyl chloride.
Reason Vinyl group is electron donating.
45. Assertion Phenol forms 2,4, 6-tribromophenol on treatment with Br2 in carbon disulphide at 273 K
Reason Bromine polarises in carbon disulphide
46. Assertion On cooling, the brown colour of nitrogen dioxide disappears.
Reason On cooling, NO2 undergoes dimerisation resulting in the pairing of odd electrons of NO2
47. Assertion Na+ and Al3+ are isoelectronic but the magnitude of ionic radius of Al3+ is less than that of Na+
Reason The magnitude of effective nuclear charge of the outer shell electrons in Al3- is greater than that in Na+
48. Assertion CpCv = R, for an ideal gas.
Reason R is the work done when temperature of one mole of an ideal gas is increased by 1.
49. Assertion On addition of NH4Cl to NH2OH solution. pH decreases but remains greater than 7.
Reason Addition of NH+ ion decreases ionisation of NH40H thus [OH] .1 is decreased. hence pH decreases.
50. Assertion The mobility of sodium ion is lower than that of potassium ion.
Reason The ionic mobilities depend on the effective radius of the ion.
51. Assertion On adding zinc pieces to aqueous FeCl3 solution, colour changes from deep yellow to light green.
Reason Aqueous FeCl3 is acidic and on adding Zn, nascent hydrogen is produced which reduces deep yellow FeCl3solution to light green FeCl3 solution.
52. Assertion p-chlorobenzoic acid is stronger acid than benzoic acid.
Reason Chlorine has electron donating resonance (+ R) effect.
53. Assertion A free radical is paramagnetic species.
Reason A free radical is formed in homolytic fission of covalent bond.
54. Assertion Addition of one equivalent of HCl to 1,3-butadiene at 80°C gives
3-chloro-1-butene as major product.
Reason 3-chlorod-butene is a kinetically controlled product.
55 .Assertion Semiconductors are solids with conductivities in the intermediate
range from 10-6 — 104 ohm-1m-1
56. Assertion When methanol is added to water boiling point of water increases.
Reason When a volatile solute is added to a volatile solvent, elevation in boiling
point is observed.
57. Assertion The Daniell cell becomes dead after some time.
Reason Oxidation potential of zinc anode decreases and that of copper increases
58. Assertion The highest oxidation state of Os is + 8.
Reason Osmium is a 5 d-block element:
59. Assertion Toxic metal ions are removed by the chelating ligands.
Reason Chelate complexes lead to be more stable.
60Assertion Formic acid reduces. ‘Tollen’s reagent.
Reason Compounds containing —CHO group reduce ‘Pollen’s reagent.

1. Speciation of sympatric Species is due to
(a) geographic isolation
(b) reproductive isolation
(c) isolation/separation
(d) migration
2. The application of synthetic plant hormone like IAA, IBA and NAA are best described as
(a) prevent early fruit fall before harvesting and ts used to produce parthenocarpic fruit
(b) prevent early fruit tall only
(c) to produce both seed less fruits and fruits with seeds
(d) to produce larger fruit
3. Flame cells and Malpighian tubules are the analogous organ in
(a) insects and arthropods respectively
(b) arthropods and echinodermates respectively
(c) helminths and arthropods with other insect respectively
(d) arthropods and other insect with helminths respectively
4. Trochlear, trigeminal and glosspharyngeal nerve are respectively
(a) IX, V and IV
(b) IV, V and IX
(c) V, IV and IX
(d) IV, V and IX
5. Who had proposed theory of cohesion and adhesion forces?
(a) Dixon and Jolly (1894)
(b) Dixon and Benson (1885)
(c) Dixon and Jolly (1950)
(d) Sir Jagdish Chandra Bose (1850)
6. Which one of the following useful organisms is not a part in production of curd/yoghurt?
(a) S. thermophiluS
(b) Lactobacillus bulgaricus
(C) Acetobactor aceti
(d) Streptococcus lactis
7. The drugs, which do not develop physiological dependence is
(a) sedative and tranqualisers
(b) stimulational cocaine
(c) opiates
(d) hallucinogens
8. Organogenesis or morphogenesis in tissue culture is controlled/regulated by phytohormones the credit of this important discovery goes to
(a) Skoog and Miller (1957)
(b) Guha and Maheswan (1964)
(c) Calvin and Benson (1894)
(d) Halperin and Wetherell (1964)
9. A man whose father is a colourblind, marry a woman, who is a daughter of colourblind mother. The offspring of this couple will be
(a) all daughter and sons are colourblind
(b) 50% colourblind and 50% normal son
(c) carrier normal daughter and colourblind sons
(d) colourblind sons and normal daughter
10. In a child of 15 years age, plasma calcium level is diagnosed below optimum level. Which organ is malfunctioning?
(a) Thyroid gland
(b) Liver
(c) Parathyroid
(d) Posterior lobe of pituitary
11. Which one of the following best describe polygenic inheritance?
(a) ABO blood group in human and flower colour of Mtrabilis Jalapa
(b) Hair pigment of mouse and tongue roliing humans
(f) Human eye colour and sickle-cell anaemia
(g) Human height and colour of skin and eyes
12. Go through the following table comparing the effect of sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system. Which one is matched correctly?
Complete Paper
13. Which one of the following set meaning isnot different?
(a) Cistron —-Triplet
(0) DNA profile —-DNA type
(c) Gene pool —-Genome
(d) Gene —-Codon
14. How macula lutea and corpus luteum are related?
(a) Contribute in maintain pregnancy
(b) Both are a source of hormones
(c) Both are charaterised by their yellow colour
(d) Both are found in human ovaries
15. Which one as used/regarded as biofertiliser ?
(a) A association between pteridophytes and cyanobacteria Anabaena
(b) A association between gymnosperms and Nostoc
(c) A association between legume and Rnizobium
(d) All of the above
16. The common characteristic showing by mushroom smut and rust
(a) is characterised by presence of basidiocarps
(b) is characterised by presence of ascocarps
(c) all are pathogen
(d) all are saprophytic in nature
17. A reptilian looks like house lizard is sitting on plant with its tail coiled around twig in your garden. Can you identify the animal?
(a) Garden lizard (Calotes) showing camouflage
(b) Chamaeleon showing protective colouration
(c) Varanus showing mimicry
(d) Hemidactylus showing sexual dimorphism
18. Different varieties of Indian mangoes are most popular in Western and some other European countries. The varieties with different flavour, colour, sugar and fleshy content is due to
(a) genetic diversity
(b) species diversity
(c) induced mutation
(d) hybridisation
19. hn RNA undergoes two additional process. Out of them in one process an unusual nucleotide (methyl GPT) is added to the 5’end of molecule. What would you called this?
(a) Tailing
(b) Splicing
(c) Termination
(d) Capping
20. Which one exhibits the character of a protozoan during one phase of its life cycle and character of fungi in another phase of its life cycle?
(a) Water moulds
(b) Psilophytes
(c) Slime moulds
(d) Diatoms
21. Wernickes syndrome is generally common in alcoholic person; which is characterised by less mental activity and dual vision. It is caused by the deficiency of
(a) riboflavin
(b) thiamine
(c) pyridoxine
(d) retinol
22. Which one of the most common embryo sac in flowering plant?
(a) Monosporic, 8 nucleated and 7 celled
(b) Monosporic, 7 celled and 7 nucleated
(c) Bisporic, 8 nucleated and 7 celled
(d) Bisporic. 8 nucleated and 7 celled
23. Which type of immunoglobulin is/areabundantly found in foetus?
(a) IgE
(b) IgG
(c) IgM
(d) IgD
24. The mandatory combination responsible for assembly of microtubules are
(a) Na+ and Ca2+
(b) Mg2+ and Ca2+
(c) Cl– and Ca2-
(d) Na+ and K–
25. Which one plant movement is unidirectional?
(a) Phototaxis
(b) Chemotaxis
(c) Both (a) and (b)
(d) Thigmotrophism
26. The exchange of segments of two non-homologous pair of chromosomes is termed as
(a) crossing over
(b) linkage
(c) transformation
(d) transiocation
27. Spirochaetes is/are
(a) a class of viruses
(b) myxobacterie
(c) spiral-shaped bacteria
(d) ricrhittsias
28. SER and RER can be distinguished with its presence in
(a) protein synthesising cells
(b) protein and lipid synthesising cells
(C) carbohydrates and fat synthesising cells
(d) tat and protein synthesising cells
29. Human Immuno Virus (HIV) contain a protein coat and genetic material and is horse chestnut shaped
(a) double-stranded DNA
(b) single-stranded DNA
(c) single-stranded RNA
(d) double-stranded RNA
30. Root cambium is derived from
(a) primary meristem
(b) secondary meristem
(c) intercalary meristem
(d) apical maristem
31. Which one contain most reduced form of stem?
(a) Bulb
(b) Rhizome
(c) Tuber
(d) Twinner
32. Which enzyme complex is responsible for the reduction of molecular nitrogen to the level of NH3 in root module of legume?
(a) Aminase
(b) Nitrogenase
(c) Nitrate reductase
(d) Nitrite reductase
33. The plants which can withstand with narrow and broad range of temperature tolerance respectively are
(a) munotherrnai and stencthermal
(b) stenuthermal and monothermal
(c) stenothermal and eurythermal
(d) stenothermal and mesothermal
34. Desert can be converted into a lush green land by planting
(a) terestrial plant
(b) xerophytic plant
(c) halophytes
(d) psammophytes
35. Which one is a source of commercially important product Syzygium aromaticum?
(a) Flower bud
(b) Axillany bud
(C) Thalamus
(d) Peduncle
36. When a fern plant is developed from its prothallus without fertilisation? This phenomenon is an example of
(a) parthenocarpy
(b) apospory
(c) apospory
(d) organogenesis
37. Bruners gland are characteristic feature of
(a) jejunum of small intestine
(b) ileum
(c) duodenum
(d) fundic region of stomach
38. Which one dental formula represent a heterodont placental draught and tough animal?
39. Pollorum disease in fowls is caused by
(a) Salmonella
(b) clostridium
(c) Hemophilus
(d) Mycobacterum
40. Green muffler play a Important role against
(a) noise pollution
(b) radioactive pollution
(c) soil pollution
(d) air pollution
Directions (Q.Nos. 41-60) These questions consist two statement each printed as Assertion and Reason. While answering these questions, you are required to choose any one of the following four options.
(a) Both Assertion and Reason are true and Reason is the correct explanation of Assertion
(b) Both Assertion and Reason are true but Reason is not the correct explanation of Assertion
(c) Assertion is true but Reason is false.
(d) Both Assertion and Reason are false
41.Assertion Plasmids are single stranded extrachromosomal DNA.
Reason Plasmid are usually present in eukaryotic cells.
42. Assertion The megaspore mother cell divide by meiotic division to produce four spore.
Reason Megaspore Mother Cell (MMC) are diploid and megaspore are haploid.
43. Assertion Living organisms are considered as a close system.
Reason Energy of living organism can not be lost or gained from external environment.
44. Assertion Medulla is considered as a respiratory centre in animals.
Reason Rate of breathing is regulated by medulla because of the changes in O2 content of blood.
45. Assertion Tropical rain forest are nth in flora and fauna along with microbes on this biosphere.
Reason The low latitude humid tropics harbour the rainforest ecosystem.
46. Assertion Erythroblastosis foetalis is disease related with Rh factor and may cause death of developing foetus inside womb.
Reason It cause massive destruction of erythrocytes in foetus that leads to anaemia and tissue damage of foetus.
47.Assertion Radial vascular bundle is the characteristic of majority of the roots including dicots and monocots.
Reason Monocot stein is characterised by colletral open vascular bundle.
48. Assertion Due to excessive use of fertiliser and pesticides the available capillary water turns to hypotonic is relation to cell sap.
Reason The water molecule as a result diffuse out of the cells due to endosmosis.
49. Assertion Amphibian heart consist of two auricle and one ventricle.
Reason The deoxygenated blood is returned to heart through sinus venosus.
50. Assertion Humans are considered advanced from all its primates relatives because of the larger cranial capacity and high intelligence.
Reason A lumber curve is present in man which is also present in apes.
51.Assertion Chromosomes are divided into heterochromatin and euchromatin
Reason Heterochromatin are those regions of chromosome that remain condensed during interphase and rest of the non-condensed chromosome are called euchromatin.
52. Assertion Tongue is a gustatoreceptor.
Reason Receptors for gustatosensation are located in taste bud.
53. Assertion Aflatoxin are commercially produced by a species of aspergilli.
Reason These toxin are useful to mankind.
54. Assertion Mosses are might have originated from algae.
Reason Protonema of bryophytes Is similar to some green algae.
55. Assertion Cartilage and bone are flexible and rigid connective tissue.
Reason Blood is a connective tissue.
56. Assertion Cell wall is generally absent in animal cell.
Reason Animal cells are covered by a cell membrane.
57. Assertion Holoblastic cleavage with almost equal sized blastomeres is a characteristics feature of placental mammals.
Reason Egg of most mammal including human are of centrolecithal type.
58. Assertion Most cells in human body release excessive amount of inflammatory chemicals which cause allergic reactions.
Reason Allergen present in environment on reaching human body stimulate mast cells in certain individuals.
59. Assertion In angiosperm, the conduction of water is more efficient because xylem contain vessels.
Reason Conduction of water by xylem vessels elements is an active process with energy supplied by xylem parenchyma rich in mitochondria.
60. Assertion Gram negative bacteria do not retain the stain when washed with alcohol.
Reason The outer membrane of Gram negative (-ve) bacteria contain lipopolysaccharides, a part of which is integrated into membrane lipid.

General knowledge and Aptitude

1. The most appropriate measure of a country’s economic growth is its
(a) Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
(b) Net Domestic Product (NDP)
(c) Net National Product (NNP)
(d) Per Capita Product (PCP)
2. Who amongst the following is the regulator of Insurance sector in India?
(a) IRDA
(b) SEBI
(c) AMFI
(d) RBI
3. The Dakshinamurti idol of Shiva depicts him in which form?
(a) Teacher
(b) Dancing
(c) Reclining
(d) Meditating
4. The only Muslim woman to sit on the throne of Delhi was
(a) Razia Sultan
(b) Mumtaz Mahal
(c) Hamida Banu Begum
(d) Nurzahan
5. Which of the following organisations makes `Doing Business Report’ every
(a) WTO
(b) World Bank
(d) IMF
6. ‘Mahatma Gandhi’ returned to India. leaving South Africa forever In
(a) 1915
(b) 1919
(c) 1914
7. Which one of the following is not a constitutional body?
(a) Union Public service commission
(0) State Public Service commission
(e) Finance commission
(d) Planning commission
8. Article 340 of the Indian Constitution deals with
(a) Finance Commission
(b) Backward Classes Commission
(c) Election Commission
(d) Union Public Service Commission
9. The North-South and East-West corridors of the National Highway Development project meet at.
(a) Kanpur
(b) Jhansi
(c) Lucknow
(d) Varanasi
10. How many languages are there in the Eight Schedule of the Constitution of India?
(a) 22
(b) 16
(c) 18
(d) 20
11. Which of the following longitudes is known as ‘Standard Meridian’ in India?
(a) 87o 30′ E
(b) 85o 30. E
(c) 84o 30’E
(d) 82o 30. E
12. Joint Meeting of both Houses of Parliament is chaired by
(a) Speakers of Lok Sabha
(b) President of India
(c) Chairman of Rajya Sabha
(d) None of the above
13. A book ‘Fault Lines’ is written by
(a) Raghuram Rajan
(b) D Subba Rao
(c) Vimal Jalan
(d) Montek Singh Ahluwalia
14. Vitamin-K is necessary for
(a) formation of prethrombin
(b) prevention of pernicious anaemia
(c) prevention of rickets
(d) formation of DNA
15. The study related to the plants being used as vegetabel is called
(a) Flori-culture
(b) Pormology
(C) Horticulture
(d) Olericulture
16. A parallel port is most often used by
(a) mouse
(b) monitor
(c) printer
(d) external storage device
17. CDMA stands for
(a) Code Division Multiple Access
(b) Code Divide Multiple Access
(c) Code Division Multiple Area
(d) Code Division Modify Access
18. Sanjukta panigrahi was famous for the dance
(a) Odissi
(b) Manipur
(c) Kathak
(d) Bharatnatyam
19. Development of Goitre is mainly due to deficiency of
(a) sodium
(b) iodine
(c) calcium
(d) iron
20. Union Government has decided to set up a 4000 MW solar power project in Rajasthan at
(a) Jaisalmer
(b) Barmer
(c) Dhaulpur
(d) Sambher

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