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earth

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towards the direction of magnetic field

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t ~

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(B)

10 D

(C)

100 D

(D)

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100 D

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(B) light is scattered by the droplets in fog (e)

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~

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(B) diffraction and reflection (e)

refraction and interfereace

(D) photoelectric effect

s.

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Huygens' wave theory allows us to know

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~

q;r ~

~

(A)

~q;r~

(B) the velocity of the wave

(B)


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MLT-2

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MLT-2

(BY' MLT-1

(B)

MLT-1

(C)

ML2T-1

(C)

ML2T-1

(0)

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(0)

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ohm

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~

(B)

volt

(B)

~

(C)

1ft

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~

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newton

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are heated

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~

(B)

,~

(C)

~

(0)

(B) 1:!;ct (C)

(A) convection (B) conduction (C) radiation (0) (B) and (C) both

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~

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(B)

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~

f.tR -q ~ ~

~

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from

ar: Dlackbody

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(A) a line spectrum (B)

a band speetrunf

(B)

(C)

a continuous s~m

(C) ~~

(0)

line and ban4 sp~JP j"

both

(0)

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~~

~v;ci~~~

in

~~~-qm-~~~~~ ~

(A)

In water

(B)

In oil

(C)

In water and oilbOlh

(A)

qy;ft-q

(B)

~-q

(0)

12. An electromagnetic wave going through vacuum is described by E

= Eo

v;ci~ $il-q

(C) ~

(0) None of the above

12.

sin (lex - rot)

f.tcmr. -Q ~ E

Which of the followingis independent of wavelength?

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= Eo

-q -Q ~-~

uftr ~

k

(A)

k

(B)

to

(B)

ro

(C)

k / ro

(C)

k /ro

(0)

k ro

(0)

k ro

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m equilibrium under the action of three forces Fi, F2, F3 Which of the following statements is wrong? IS

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(B) Fi, F , F3 can be represented by the 2

(B)

three sides of a triangle taken in order (C)

Fi + F2

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t?

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~

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angle between the magnetic meridian and geographical meridian is called

I,

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"(f?tT\l'i~~q; ~

~ q;)ur q,l

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~

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(B) ~-q;)ur

~ \

(C) magnetic' moment

(C) ~klc1illl ~

(0) intensity of magnetic field

(D)

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q,l ~

alia ~ ~

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v;q; tt aT SlRililki ~ (ftsrffi

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t wft m1ft

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(C)

2

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~

c:T \WTI ~ ;

\WT q;J "3tI'lIlrr ~

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t time

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mole of hydrogen and oxygen at a given temperature is

wft m1ft

~ ~

"SI'ftr -qffi ~

(A)

1: 16

(A)

1: 16

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1: 8

(B)

1: 8

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1: 4

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and

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total

internal

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scattering

(0)

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quf-~m~ Tf'f,~

(e).~

(e) diffraction (0)

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~ v;q; Cfff.~ 1ffinit ~-~ ~

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(B) depends on the total mass oeall the

fragments (C) depends

(B)

on ~

of various

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/(p)

is infinity 20.

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•• ~~

(C) ~~t~1R~!~

fragments (0)

~"~~p,~~

1-66

ar-mm

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~alt

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1-66

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(B) 1-33

(C)

1-00

(e)

1-00

(O)

1-40

(0)

1-40

~alt ~ q;r ~

ftlit ~ ~.

ftm cfft c:T

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of earth, angle of dip

21~(~ti~cf (A) ~

(A} zero

(i)

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90°

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1800

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22. One feels hotter, at the tOp ~f a thane than the sides because of

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(A)

~

(B)

~

(C)

~

(0)

(A) ~

(B) convection (C) radiation (0)

Both (A) and (C)

23. The chromatic aberration becomes due to

in

lenses

23.

(C)

\

CfiRUT~

GT;ff CfiTCfiRUTt

'ffiit -q...quf .:~ (A)

(A) dissimilarity of main axis of rays

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(B) dissimilarity of radii of curvature

~ (C)

(C)yariation of focal length of lenses 'With ·wavHeIigth

it; .~

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~c#i'tl~

~

-ij

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(0) ,None of the abeve

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24. If a wire having resistance j 80 Q is stretched to double the length, what will be the resistance of the wire? (A) 160 Q (A)

160 Q

(B) 320 Q (B) 320 Q (C) 240 Q (C) 240 Q (0)

640 Q (0)

25. An object will continue

accelerating

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until (A) the resultarit:,:'force acting begins to decrease (B) the resultant

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on it

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(C)

l.Tftolllft iffi ~

c#it fmr

(0) the resultant force increased continuously

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Fe

(A)

(B) Mg

(C) Co

(C) Co

(DF'Mn

(0) Mn

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~"'1~f{g(f

(A) alkane

(A)

~

(B) alcohol

(B)

~("Cf,jtlT<.1

(C)

fatty acid

(0)

sulphonic acid

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is deficiency of

(0)

vitamin E

~?

cmr~ (0) e~f.lq; ~

caused

due

to

the

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~

~

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(A)

(B) vitamin B vitamin 0

trtg ~.~

if ~ ~

(C)

(A) vitamin A

(C)

mfl~

Fe

(B) Mg

27. Soaps are metal salts of

~

~A

(B) ~B (C) ~O

(0) ~E !,

I'

29. Soaps are salts of

29. ~

f.l"'lffAf&dif ,H ~

~'~'

t?

(A) strong acid and strong base ..

(A)

~~~~~(,

(B)

~~~~.~

(C)

~~~~~

(0)

~~O¥U~~

(B) strong acid and weak base (C)

weak acid and strong ;base

(0)

weak acid and weak base

30. State of hybri~tion &f·~n and bond angle inethen~.. molecule respectively are

r'~"i~.~if.~

(A)

sp3, 1800

(A)

sp3, 1800

(B)

sp2, 1800

(B)

sp2, 1800

(C)

sp2, 1200

(C)

sp2, 1200

(0)

sp, 1200

(O)

sp, 1200

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31. The nature of bonds in NH: ioni,. (A) ionic

(A)

~

(B) covalent

(B)

(1t1e'l)'i\q)

(C) coordinate

(C)

aq('ltlel.ll'i\q)

~

(D) covalent and coordinate 32. The silver halide having solubility in water is

maximum

32. ~

11 ~

~(1q!fH(1~

(A) AgF

(A) AgF

(B)

(B) Agel

AgCI

(C)

AgBr

(e) AgBr

(D)

AgI

(D)

AgI

33. ~,~

~

33. The molecule octate rule is

~.~

which

does

not obey

cf;T ~

~

-;ffll q;urr~, ~

(A) CH4 (A)

eH4

(B) BH3

(B) BH3

(D)

(D)

act 34.

34. In

~~Na, numbers

of protons

(B) 11 q 12

(B) 11 and 12

11 and 11

as.

35. Which of the following is not affecting by electric and magnetic fields?

Ii \

12 q 23

~ t

(D)

11 q 11

\

'**'fula if ~ &u -;ffll ~

(A)

~

(B)

a-~

f3-rays

(C)

~-~

(D) ,,(-rays

(D)

"(-~

(B) a-rays

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(A) 12 and 11

(D)



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12 and 23

t

nci

electrons are respectively"

(C)

I

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(C) H20

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On hydrolysis following salts obtained? (A)

NaCI

(B)

CH3COONa

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·of. which . ,one of *e basic

solution

is

~~JmrWaT~?

(C) NH4CI (0)

~

KN03

'~F~

~

d)

(A)

NaCI

(B)

CH3COONa

-(e)

NH4CI

(0)

KN03

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37.

Which of the following salts undergo hydrolysis?

37. f"'''"1~RsId-ij~ ~ ~~?

will not

(A) NH4CI (B)

CH3COONa

(B)

CH3COONa

(0)

NaCI

38.

38. pH value of ;0 NaOH sol~t;ion is

NaCI

!!.. NaOH ~

(A)

1

(A)

1

(B)

14

(B)

14

(C)

13

(C)

13

39.

is

~CfiT~~

(A)

"MR~

butter

(B)

1fcRg.f

(C) cloud

(C)

~

(0)

~

coloured

(B)

(0)

glass

milk

Which of the following ions is the most effective in coagulating the ferric hydroxide sol?

40. f"'''"1~RsId-ij ~ ~-m ~

~ t ~t

(A)

Na+

(A)

Na+

(B)

CI-

(B)

CI-

(C) Mg2+

(C) Mg2+

(0) Al3+

(0) Al3+

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39. Example of emulsion (A)

t pH CfiTlfFf

10

(0) 7

40.

NH4CI

;fflf

CfiI' ~~

(C) CH3COONH4

(C) CH3COONH4 (D)

(A)

~

11

~ ~

~

~1(.iii<.R1I~;S

J(\iICflflldl

~?

(P.THu.

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of'invert sugarfiiS

41.

.d

mftq ~';ifiT

sucrose

(A)

~

(B) glucose

(B)

~

(e)

fructose

(e)

~

(0)

equimolar mixture of glucose and fructose both

(A)

42. Which of linkage?' (A)

the

following

is

(D) ~

42.

peptide

(0)

-CONH2

c:);I1 ~

.'ij"ij~

~

~

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t?

(B) -COOR

(B) -Co OR -CONH-

q~

(A) --;-CO-

-CO-

(e)

t

..~

\

(e)

-CONH-

(D)

-CONH2

(A)

Mi(f1JTM2

\

43. 43. Molecular weight of Na2C03 is Ml and that of NaHC03 is M 2' The equivalent weights of Na 2C03 ana NaHC03 are respectively (A)

Ml (B) -(f1JT M2

Ml and M2

2

Ml (B) and M2

2

(e)

(0)

Ml

M2

2

2

(e)

-(f1JT-

(D)

Ml (f1JT-

Ml and M2

2 M1and-

2

M2

2

M2

2 44. n-~

44. n-Butane and iso-butane (A)

are

position isomers

(B) chain isomers (e)

geometrical isomers

(0)

functional isomers 45.

45. Which one of the foijQwing is most acidic in nature?

(f1JT ~-~

(A)

~

~'i(c:((4c:ft

(B)

~

~'i(CllIc:ft

(e)

\ilI1~Jlll (1'iICfllc:ft

(0)

~(4I{''iCfi (1'iICfllc:ft

f.:[email protected] if ~ ~-m

~t? (A)

~

(B) Ethane

(B)

~

(e) Ethene

(e)

~

(D) Ethyne

(D) ~

(A)

Methane

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46. A pair of organic compound.l~t:li's empirical formula is

•.•

,)

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';0,

~

(A) ~q~

(Bt ethane' amlf ethyrie""

(B" ~q~'

(C) ethene and ethyne

(C) ~q~

ethyne and benzene

47. The main component

(0) 47.

of gobar gas is

(A) methane (B)

ethane

(C) propane (0)

butane

48. Which one of the following statements

48.

is

correct?

(A)

~

(B)

~

(C)

~

(0)

$

f.I""f~fu.I(jif

(B)

(C)

~

~

~

(0)

~

~,

~

~

~

(B)

~

(C) four

(C)

-:;;m:

(0)

tr.r

three

50. Urea gives the test of

~

~



~

~

~

50.

~-« -« ~

~t?I~T••l cIit

~~~t

group

(A)

~

CfiT

-NH2

group

(B) -NH2 ~

CfiT

)C=O

(C) -CONH2

group

(0)

All the three groups'

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(A) )C=O

(0)

~

~t

~

(C) -CONH2

t?

~.~

49. Cr (~!~,;=~1I-)'ij

electrons in Cr

five

(B)

lftt

~t

u:

(0)

~,

~~,

(A)

(B)

-sr ~

-« ~

~~

Acetic acid is more acidic than hydrochloric acid

"(A) six

t

~

~t

Formic acid is more' acidic than acetic acid

49. The number of unpaired (atomic no. = 24) is

CfiT ~

~t

(C) Acetic, acid and formic, acid are equally acidic (0)

'l(1lfHtft

~

~q~

1ftiR ~

(A)

(A) Acetic acid is more acidic than formic acid (B)

~,

~~QT,t

(A) ethane and ethene

(0)

CfiT ~

13

(ft;ft ~

~

CfiT

CfiT

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51. If in a geometric progressien, 3rd term is 2, 5th term is 8, then the 10th term is

(A)

82

(B)

256

(C)

(0)

8

~

~

t, (fif

lOcIT l:fG

(A)

82

(B)

256

(C)

526

5cIT l:fG

t

512

=

cQte

(B)

e

tana (A) cote

tan.:~e

(0)

The sum of infinite 1

2

3' -9'

(A)

0

(B)

+00

(C)

-00

tane

(0)

tan 29

tetms of

4 8 27' - 81' ...

53 •

1

.!. - 3 ~ - ~ ...t ar.Rr -.ro q;r~ t 3'

9' 27'

(A)

0

(B)

+00

(C)

-00

(0)

5

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tan2e

is

(0)

t

\

l+cot2

53.

tfR:m l:fG 2

512

2 52. l+tan e l+cot2 e

(C)

-ij,.

526

(0)

(A)

~

1

5

14

81'

54. The coefficient of variation, of '_'a distribution is 60 and the standard deviation is 20. The ~Uunetic mean of it is ,;l r:

54.

(0)

30

~

60 ~ ~

lW{Cfi

(A) 100 3 (B), 103 3

(B) 103 3 3 100

q;J ~

.~

~20~1~~lITUf~

(A) 100 3

(C)

'.1~

(C)

3 100

(0)

30

55. G)~, 55. Two poles of lengths 6 metres and 3 metres respectively are standing straight upright at certain distance. A third pole of length 5 metres placed touching the tops of the two vertical poles. The horizontal distance between the two vertical poles is

t

~

~

v;q; ~

~


is

~

~

~ ~

Sfi1m:

1R ~

~

,6 "4W: ~ 3 ~ tR ~.~ ~I v;q;

GFiT ~ CfiT mf ~ ~ wr ~3lT ~I GFiT 5 ~

~,

~~~~~~~ (A) 2~

(A) 2 metres (B) 4-qm (B) 4 metres (C)

3 metres

(0)

.J3 metres

(C)

3"4W:

(O)

.J3~

56. Two geometric means between 9 and 576 are (A) 18 q 172 (A) 18 and 172 (B) 144

C{

86

(B) 144 and 86 (C)

.36 and 144

(O)

81 and 243

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57. If n ~

00,

then the value of loge n ia2

(A) tending to

\

00

(B) 0

(C)

e

(C)

(0) 1

e~

~

(0) 1~

58. 50th term of -5Q - 45, - 4Q --- is

58. -5Q - 45, - 4Q --- 'fiT 50cfi~ ~

(A) -400

(A) -400

(B) +250

(B) +250

(C) -195 (0)

\ t

(B) 0 ~

(C) -195

+195 (0)

59. If in a frequency distribution, variance is 25 and arithmetic mean is 10, then the coefficient of variation is

59. ~

~

.,,1

+195

, I:

M ~ ik;r -ij "SImuJ tnur 10 61, oT fcRRur-~

(A) 250%

(A) 250%

(B) 50%

(B) 50%

(C) 2-5%

(C) 2-5%

(0)

60. cos9sin9 (A)

(0)

None of the above

=

1

(C) .!sin29 2

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60. cos9sin9 (B) 0

(0)

(A)

.!cos29

=

1

(C) .!sin29 2

2

16

(B) 0

(0)

.!cos29 2

,

25

61 am:

mrrr

i

I ;:

."

(A) 463 81

(C)

(B),_~'l

-

91

(0)

463

.••694'

(A)

463 81

(B)

81 463

(C)

91

(0)

-694

62. If cot9 =~, then the value of sin 29 is 3-

(A)

(C)

4

5 25 24

63. The standard

-

(B)

(OJ

62. ~

5 4

cot9

= ~,3

(Iif sin29 (.fiTl1R

t

-

:~

'-""15

(A)

4 5

(B)

.. ~

(C)

25 24

(0)

24 25

24 25

devia.ti6ri.-for

8, 7, 12, 5, 6, 7, 4

63. 8, 7, 12, 5, 6, 7, 4 (.fiTl1RCfi ~

t

is (A)

4·0

(B)

2·0

(C)

2·58

(0)

6·67

64. Given log2 = 0·3010, log 3 = 0·4771, each at base 10, then the value of log10(108) is

(A)

4·0

(B)

2·0

(e)

2·58

(0)

6·67

64 .. ~

log2

= 0·3010,

(.fiT 3mlR lOt,

(A)

log 3 = 0·4771, ~ Oif 10gIO (1DB)(.fiTlJR t

3·7781

(A) 3·7781

(B)

(B) 2·0333

2-0333

(C) 2·0771

(C)

2·0771

2·7781

(0)

2·7781

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(A)

1

\

i....

~,~,~,

3' 2'5' 3'

I tI:

(C) 2, 3, 4, ...

~

(C) 2, 3, 4, ...

I' f

(0)

(0) 2,4,8,,··.'

2,4, 8, ...

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66. Three numbers are in arithmetic progression, whose sum is ·72 and product is 13608. The numbers are (A) (B) (C) (0)

(fR~~.~itt v;ci 1JUIT 13608 tl

~,~ ~~

72

~

t· \ \

l (A)

21, 24, 27

"t

(B)

11, 34, 27

1

(C)

17, 34~ 21

(0)

37, 24. 11

(A)

z

(B)

z=0

\I:

21, 24, 27

1

11, 34, 27

t \

17, 34, 21

!j;

37, 24, 11

67. In z = -loge (x), if x = 0, then

=1

(A)

z

(B)

z=0

(C)

z -+ 00

(0)

z -+-00

=1

(C) z -+ (0)

00

z -+-00

68. ~

68. Median of the data

74, 80, 65, 85, 95, 72, 76, 72, 93, 75, 75, 84, 60, 74, 75, 63, 78, 87, 90, 70

74, 80, 65, 85, 95, 72, 76, 72, 93, 75, 75, 84, 60, 74, 75, 63,78, 87, 90, 70

~~t

is (A)

93

(B)

75

(A)

93

(B)

75

(C)

84

(0)

72

(C)

84

(0)

72

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.'...•.

'1.><.

;

If 9 = -, then the value of tan 9 is .. 2 (A)

1

(B)

not defined

69 •. ~

"2'

c,'f

(A)

It

(B)

~~t

(e)

ot

(0)

DOt

(C) 0 (0)

9 ::: !t;(fiI' tan 9 C6TlJR

DO

70. The sum of all the terms of 4. 8, 1~ ...• 212

70.

4. 8, 1~

...• 212

t~¢C6T~t

is (A). 2482 (A)

2482

(13)

2128

(C)

5724

(0)

5700

(B)

2128

(C)

5724

(0)

5700

(A)

5. 10. 11

71. Three arithmetic means between .•.1 and' 15 are (A) 5, 10. 11 (B) 3, ~7, +11 (B) 3. -7. +11 (e) -3, -7, +11 (C) -3, -7, +11 (0) 3, 7, 11 (0) 3. 7. 11

72. The value of log3(81) is (A)

(A)

4

(B) 3

(B) 3 (e)

2

(0)

DO

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73. 880~o~~cit~~-q~~

73. How long it will take. t() pay a. 10aI').,.of ,';


~,~

~ 880, if ~ 25 is paid in the first month, ~ 27 is paid in the second month, ." 29 is paid in the third month and so on?

(A)

48 months

(B)

20 months

(C)

44 months

27

~

~o,

(A)

48~

(B)

20~

(C)

44$

(D) 12

=~

and tan(A +B)

~o,

~

\

~~-q 31GT ~

= ~'1

74.

~ "IIG

(D)

15°

75. The sample mean of 4, 6, 6, 7, 9, 10 is

(A) 7

'(A) 7

(B) 6

(B) 6

(C)

5

(C) 5

(D)

10

(D) 10

20

I

tan (A - B)

('!if A CfiTlJR

(D) 15°

\

$

then the value of A is

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74. If tan (A - B)

~-q25 (ft{.R ~ .q 29

t

..

= ~ v;ct

tan(A

1

+ at= ~'

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76. ~3lT

(A) digestion

(A)

-q'J'q.f

(B) locomotion

(B)

TTftr

(C) excretion

(C)

~

(0)

~

(0)

respiration

77. Silk is collected from

77.

(A) larva

(B) adult

em

-ij ~~

CfiFf

t?

to

~~~t

<-

(A)

~~

(a)

~i,«< '

(C)

~~

(C) pupa (0)

cocoon

(Q.)ffqci,ltt ~ ..

78. What is the basis of'~Ia;s$ifi~on animals?

of

t qlffCfi(UI ~

78. ~

(A) Symmetry

(A)

~

(B) Segmentation

(B)

~

Coelom

(C)

~

(0)

~~

(C)

,,(0) All of the abqv~e,:

~,~ct1

';""YJq

79. Which insect is harmful to agriculture?

(A) Silkworm (B) Lac insect

(C) Grasshopper (0)

:i

Butterfly

80. Typhlosole isproc:iv,ceciin,,~e intes~e

of

79.

~-m~~~~~fr

'C"-:

....,

(A)

~q;J~

(B)

~~

(C)

~

(0)

~

8O.~'Ilmlli>fWt?lbt

(A) earthworm

(A) ~3lT

(B) cockroach

(B)

~

(C) grasshopper

(C)

~

(0) silkworm

(0) ~

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(A)

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(C)

lRft.q

(0)

~.q

(C) leaf

I \

(0) branch 82. ftA; ~

.q ~

t/~ t

82. Only phloem contains (A)

~

(A) parenchyma

- r-

(8)

ii43idCfi

(C)

~

(0)

~.q~~~

(B) sclerenchyma "IIftCfiI~·(1?JT ~

ciI~ICfiI~

(C) sieve tubes and companion cells (0) None of the above

,

~,

83. Which one is the part of stele? (A)

Bpidemlis

(B) Pericycle (C) Cortex (0) Hypodermis

(B)

~

(C)

~

(0)

~

84. f.i••••[email protected] ~ ~-m ~

84. Which one of the followingis present only on leaves?

~t?

(A) Hydathode

(A)

~

(B) Periderm

(8)

~

(C) Cambium

(C)

~fup<4q

(0) Starch sheath

(0)

~

(~)

85. 31Oij(~':uil~l~

85. Which is foundiiiendodennis? (A) Casparian strip

(A)

~~RtI"I~

(B) Starch grain

(8)

~

(C) Cuticle

(C)

'*l1lCfl{1

(0)

~OO

.(0) Mineral crystal

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t?

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86. Cambium is responsible

f()t'

(A) formation of gluOGse (B)

primary growth

(C)

secondary growth

(D)

respiration

(A) '(B)

87. What

is the classification?

smallest

unit

Species

(B)

Genus

Family

88. Diadelphous condition of stamens

found in

~~t~

(0)

lCRRt~

CI'ff(fl(ui ~.~uTtt

~

~:l!tt7

Malvaceae

(B)

Rutaceae

(B)

em

(C)

TJUT

(0) .~

is

r

(A)

a.w~.~~lRf~t (A) qlE'l~4\.q

(C) Cucurbitaceae (0)

(C)

(A) ~

(C) Order (0)

~~t~

of 87.

(A)

~iRRt~

Papilionaceae

89. Which is the characteristic feature of

(B)

~.q

(C)

ft(fita4\.q

(0)

~fq~~,~e\.q

family Compositae? (A)

Superior ovary

(B)

Inferior ovary

8t. ~~t!tFf.

~

(A)

3i.
(B)

~~

(C)

3l'.f 3'ii'ACI
.-mCt?

_

(C) Half superior oviafY;.; (0)

None of the above

90. The characteristic

of family

fC(l~

(0) ~.q-Q~~

Malvaceae are (A) (B)

fIlonotpeco\ls, stamens dithecous stamens

(C) dithecous

~ '

Q#ldelpJIpus

ami and

90. ~ (A)

i(q*N(I'lctil~ft CI!lT ibiIft ..~

monadelphous

(B)

flq(I'lt6I~ft (f1lJ ~

(C)

fIq(I'lt6Ilfft (f1lJ ~

(0)

i(Cifi<:iN(I.,t6I!fft "ij1ft'~j~

monothecous,. anq monadelphous .. stamens ',.'.

.:

,~

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is

91.

~~~~.~~E~t (A)

~

(B)

4h?'~~t

(C)

~'@I;ft~"1

(D)

~j~4~

Cruciferae Malvaceae !I.rr~

(C) Leguminosae I."

r-'

(D) Solanaceae

92.

92. Dumbbell shapedstomata are foundIn (A)

Malvaceae

(B)

Gramineae

(C)

Cruciferae

~~t~u~'~~ (A)

"II~~~ -ij

(B) ~-ij (C) ~-ij

[1

(D) ~1~4(fl-ij

(D) Solanaceae 93.

93. Cereal crops belong'-to whi$.. family?

~ m~-~ ~ -ij amft~? (A)

"II~~~

Cyperaceae

(B)

el~(it(fl

Gramineae

(C) ~

(A)

Malvaceae

(B) (C)

'';'';i

(D) Cruciferae 94. J)election method,-_-', ", - _, , (A)

newest

(B)

oldest

(C)

median

(D)

oJ b:reediIlgj~ ; ,"r -'. -~" ,"~.; .-' '

tile .•

94.

~

~t~~.·~~t (A) ~~ (B)

~

(C)

~

(D)

~~':

(B) TCA cycle

(B)


(C)PPPcycle

(C)

'tft 0 'tft 0 'tft 0 'qSfi m

(0) .;g1y~lysis

(D)'

;~I~q;)~ftHfm

(D) best 95. During respiration, formed by

pyruvic

acid

•.~

is

I

(A) . Krebscycle

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In

~···Wl?fl ~

';'''tj 9&!~

~

-ij ~

~

~

~

~

t

t

closing of stomata in dark is (A) IAA (A) IAA (B) IBA (B) IBA (C)

GA3

(0)

zeatin

(C)

GA3

(0)

~

m

97. O\Cfi
cross is (A) 9:3:3:

9:

3 : 3 : 1

(B) 3: 1

1

(B)

3:1

(C) 1:

(C)

1 : 1

(0)

(0)

1 :2 : 1

98.

1

1: 2 : 1

~~&t (A)

~ O¥.TT ~

~

(A) male and female donkey

(B)

~

c#it

(B) cow and ox

(C)

~ ~

(0)

~ 11'lT ~

98. Mule is an offspring of

,

(C)

male horse and female donkey

(0)

male donkey and female horse

O¥.TT ~

O¥.TT ~

99. ci'tIlICfli'l ~ 99. Cell organelles are found in (A) bacterial cell (B) prokaryotic cell (C)

eukaryotic cell

(0)

cyanobacterial cell

~~-ij

(B)

si)M<~flctl~

(C) ~RltlR;Cfi ~

c#it

~

c#it

-ij -ij

el~-tl;jftcll,?! ~-ij

~~~~~~~t,

100. Cffl~, 100. The place where the spindle fibres are

~

~

(A)

(0)

t

attached to the chromosome is called

(A)

(A) centriole

(1I
(B)

chromosome

(B) ~

(C)

centromere

(C)

!!'ll~fit~

(0)

chromocentre

(0)

~~

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101. 'qtfiJ

101. 'Madhuri' and 'Priya'varieties of maize

cfft~

are used as

~t

(A) fodder maize

(A)

:qjt

(B) popcorn

(B)

~t~it

(C)

sweet com

(C)

~

(0)

baby com

(0)

~

Cfif;f

CfiT cll"lfqRiCfi

";{'flf

Cassia fistula

(A)

~~

(B)

Millettia ovalifolia

(B)

ftltif241 :m4ffN»)fR41

(C)

Grevillea robusta

(C)

~RtfR41 UifRT

(0)

Bauhinia uariegata

(0)

~~Pl41 ~

103. f.tR

intensify the colour of egg yolk when added to poultry feed?

~~~

(A)

it ~ ~

~

Chrysanthemum

w.OtT wff t ~ it

\WTt"trTq;)~~t~

(A) ~<:IJi~ (B)

tm:

(C)

Rose

(C)

~

(0)

Marigold

(0)

ifGT

t mr.r ~

104. ~

104. 'Khapra Beetle' insect attacking wheat

'~~'t

grain during storage is known as (A)

Rhizopertha dominica

(A)

~

(B)

Trigoderma granarium

(B)

~wil:st{f ~

(C)

Tribolium sp.

(C)

~/$Gf)fR4t{~

(0)

Sitotroga oryzae

(0)

f8iM", ~

105.

105. 'Propping'is an important operation in

which of the followingcrops?

q~tq'ffAt? (A)

Tfm

(B) Sugarbeet

(B)

~

(C)

Jute

(C)

~

(0)

Barley

(0)

-tr

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(A)

wrn ~

t ~ it t ~ it

Cfif;f

(A)

103. Which of the followingflowers is used to

CfiT

t ~ it

102. ~.

102. Silver oak is botanically known as

v;ci 'fW.n'

'~'

q;)

;m ~

~

106,. ,~ch',of.the~foUo~ ;Sta1iCB ,~as tile, largest area under 8~~e'j>

10t;""~'~ cfft~~

,~~.~

(A) Maharashtra

(A)

~

(B) Uttar Pradesh

(B)

~~

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(C)

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10%

(B)

10%-15%

(C)

15~~lQ%

(0)

25%~~

(A) 22-23 °C

(A)

22-23 °C

30-35 °C

(B)

30-35 °C

(C)

15%-16%

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10%-15%

(0) more than 25% 108. The optimum temperature sowing of wheatshollld be

(B)

during

(C) 40-45 °C

(C) .40-45 °C (0)

(0)

0-5 °C

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is

used

for

0-5 °C

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alkaline soil

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Hibiscus

syriacus

(B)

Lathyrus

adoratus

(C)

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(C), Powdery mildewfungi (0) Bacteria is botanically mown

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Daucus carota

(B)

Raphanus sativus

(C)

Allium sativum

(~)

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(A) Lepidopteran pests

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(B) Orthopteran

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as

(0) ~

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114. Which method of propagation has been depicted in the given diagram?

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~

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(A) ~

(B) Budding

(B) ~

(C)

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(C) Beetroot (D)

(D) Broccoli

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of Economicsarid.·statiStics, Delhi (2009-10) total area under food grain cultivation it'lMadhya Pradesh 'is

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(8) 5·20 milliorr:fui·t~ r,

(8) 5·20~to "".

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None of.the.above .,

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(A)

Puccinia recondita . .. (B) Puccinia graminis

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Pri.ccinia

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Allium cepa

(A)

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(B)

Solanum lycopetSlCum

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(A) ERIS (A)

ERIS

(B)

LANDSAT

(C)

GIS

(B) LANDSAT (C)

GIS

(D) ~~

(D) All of the above 121. trR CfiT ql'1~RtCfi ";fIll :"21. Brinjal~is botanically known as {A)

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(A)

Solanum' melongena '"

(B)

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Solanum lycopersicoh

(C)

Brassica napier

(C)

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Brassica oleracea

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(B)

Mustard

(C)

Groundnut

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for

,

(1/~q})qfffCjjiOf

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-aa t ~-~

f.n:;J if ~ fct;'{f ~ CfiT ~ ~ f.\CfiI~4 ~f~r~(fcfAA~'t? (A)

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mm

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(A) 0 °C ~ 5 °C

(A) 0 °C to 5 °C

(B) - 5 °C ~ 0 °C

(B) - 5 °C to 0 °C

(C) -15°C

(C) -15°C (D) -18°C

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(A) Linseed.

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to -40 °C 124.

124. The process of adding vitamins to the squash is known as

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~

pasteurization

(B)

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(B)

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(A)

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(B) Seed

(B)

~

(C)

~

Air layering

is caused

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(B) nematodes

(B)

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fungi

(C)

~

(D)

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. (A)

(C)

bacteria

(0) parasites 127. In crop cultivation, which s~son called Rabi?

is

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(B) January-March

(B) ~-llF:f

(0)

May-July

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(B) KMS

(B) KMS

(C) S02

(e)

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129. The varieties of cotton Madhya Pradesh are

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(A) Sharda and Surabhi

(A)

(B) Rohit and Shamli

(B)

(C) Khandwa-3 and Vikram

(C) ~-3

(D) None of the .above

(D)

130. Golden Durante. and Iresine are mainly used as

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(A) a hedge (B) an edge (C)

t~

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coloured flowers

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(B)

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131. Stinkbug (Gandhi Bug) is an important pest of

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~

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t? (A) rice (A)

~

(B)

l:ilm

(C)

~l(j liftOi

(0)

~

(B) maize (C)

soya bean

(D) groundnut 132. What should be the optimum level in jelly? " (A)

1%

(B)

5%

(C)

10%

acidity 132. ~

'ij ~

~

(~)

~

lfTm

fctrn;ft

61;fr~? (A)

1%

(B) 5% (C)

(D) 0·5%-0·6%

10%

(D) 0·5%-0·6%

133. In Madhya Pradesh, Two-Year Crop Rotation is followeti' tbrwhich of the following crops' sowing?

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(A) Cotton-jowar

(A)

<.fjq'ffi-~

(B) Cotton-wheat

(B)

<.fjq'ffi-~

(C)

Cotton-potato

(C)

q;qm-~

(O)

Cotton-maize

(D) <.fjq'ffi-l:ilm

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134. Which of t)le follov.#J;lgcrops, i$ cal1eq~as 'White Gold'? .' ., (A) Cotton

(A) 'CfitIm

(B) White gram

(8)

(C) Soya bean

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(C) ~
(D) None of the above

135. The optimum concentration canning. should be ~ (A) 20-55 °B

of syrup in

(B) .70..-8$ 0J3

(C) 50-60 °B(D)

1.0-15" °B

(A) 20-55 °B

(BY70-85'°B

(C) 50-60 °B

(D) IO-I!? °B

136. The oil content of-linseed aeed is (A) 370/0-4;3%

(A) 37%43% (B) more than 60% (C) more than ,70%

(C) 70%

(D) 20%-25%

(D) 200/0-25%

137. 'Snapdragon' or botanically known-as

'Dogflower'

.

is

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majus

(B)

Aruirrhinum

(C)

Centaurea moschata

(D)

Papaver somniferum.

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Bulk density ..x 100 Particle density

(B) .100 +

Bulk density Particle density

(C)

(D)

Bl.dk density Particle density Particle density Bulk density

(A) 100-

~~

x 100

Cfi1lT ~

(B) 100+

x 100

~~

x 100

Cfi1lT ~

x 100

x 100

x 100

139. The optimum concentration nectar and RTS is

(D)

139. ~

of S02 in

x 100

q RTS it S02 cfft •

(A)

100

'!fto'!ftov;qo

(B)

~50

'!fto'!ftov;qo

(C) 250

'!fto'!ftov;qo

(D),7:50

'!fto'!ftov;qo

1:1'00 ~

t

(A) 100 p.p.m. (B) 350 p.p.m. (C) 250 p.p.m. (D)

75()

p.p.m.

140. i$1~4~Cfi

140. Hydraulic force is equivalent to (A) Area x Height of wateJ: column Density of water (B)

(A)

~

~

~.

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t?

x -qr;ft.
'12 Area x HeigHt' of water column

(B)

Density of water

Y:z ~

x

trr.ft ~ ~

1:ff.ft CfiT ~

(C) 2 Area x Height of water column Density of water

(C)

2~

x 1:ff.ft cfft ~ 1:ff.ft CfiT ~

(D) NOne of the above

(D)

141. Central Institute fer Cotton Research (CICR) is situated at

141.

'~

~

(A)

~it

(B) Bhopal

(B)

~it

(C) Mumbai

(C)

~it

(D) Ahmedabad'

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(A) Nagpur

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142 .. Out of the totalcultiv~d;

how much is irrigated? (A)

28%-32%

(B)'

area in Isgia, '

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,~if"Wcft ~

(A)

280/0-32%

More than 40%

(B)

40% -« ~

(C)

50%-60%

(C)

500/0-60%

(0)

200/0-30%

(0)

200/0-30%

143. ~

143. One hectare area comprises of

if

~

fcf;ij;n

(A)

10000 m2

(A)

10000~

(B)

12000

m2

(B)

12000~

(C) 4000 (0)

~~wa"'~CfiT

m2

~:amrr

~?

(C) 4000~' (0)

800 m2

800~

used in tractor?

w.fiR

m~ ~ ~ ~ CfiT mm ~?

(A) Internal combu,stionengine

(A)

~~

(B) External cor:p.t>us,tion engine

(B)

iChU~~"1~

(C) Mechanical combustion engine

(C)

~m~

(0) All of the above

(0)

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144. Which of the followingtypes of engine is

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145. 'YellowRevolution' is attributed to the

if

~

~ ~

Tp;fi

(A) Yellowpulses

(A)

'tfiqft c;m

(B)

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(C)

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(0)

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(C) Oilseed crQ.ps (D)

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increased production of which crop?

(B)

~

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,(,;p:r.o.

146. For malting, the moisture barley should be

content

of it

(A) (A)

20%,-25%

(B)

20%-21%

200/0--25% ~

(B), 200/0--21%

(C) less than 14% (0) less than 2%

,

(C)

14% ~ Cfi11

(0)

2% ~ Cfi11

.q

147. q;qm

147. In cotton, Xanthomonas axonopodis pu. maluacearum causes which of the following diseaeee?

t

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(B)

&

(C)

~~

(0)

~~

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(A) Bacterial blight (B) Rust (C) Leaf spot (0) All of the above 148.

148. Wheat variety suitable for dry farming is

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(A) Kalyan Sona

(A)

~~

(B) K-68

(B)

K-68

(C) K-65

(C) K-65

(0) All of the above

(0)

~~

(A)

42%

(B)

46%

(C)

25%

(0)

60%

149. How much urea? (A)

42%

(B)

46%

. (C)

25%

(0)

60%

nitrogen

is obtained

from

150. l:[lfiT ~ ~

150. The seed rate of maize orop is (A) 20-21

kg/ha

(B) 10 kg/ha (C) 25-45

kg/ha

(0) None of the above

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20-21 fct;omo/~o

(B)

10 fct;omo /~oq

(C)

25-45 fct;oIDo /~o

(0)

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~ ~ 'IeQIM:f

inside

exceed '

the

.q; ~

.

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(A) 0-1-0'2 percent

(C) 0'7-0-9· percent (0) 1-5-1'8 percent 152. Feed conversion ratio 'Ior commercial broilers is about (A)

1·0

(:8)

~~O,

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-q

amR."ql~JUI

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.

1-0

'T ~'r

.,;

(B)

2·0

(C) 3-0

(C) '3-0 (0)

4·0 (0)

153. Pitfall of cage system of housing in f' .. " poultry is :f;',,:

'

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153.

4-0

~t (A)

3lmf~~U.q'cfiJftt

R;ft~.

(B) housing and equipment eest

(B) 3lmf~~~

(C) occurrence of coccidiosis

(C) CfIiCNftfyi)~e ~

I~

(0) space requirement.

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atiu -smr

(B) Tamil Nadu

(B)

afqt'l"1l§

(C) Gujarat

(C) ~

(0) Uttarakhand

(0)

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(A) Andhra Pradesh

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j'"

A8~; rH

1,'~.v,U1~~.~ ~~. ~~~~

(A) inspection

(A) ~

(B) percussion

(B)

"SItmf

(C)

bWt~

(C) auscultation k

(0)

All of the above

(0)

156. In which of the following diseases of cattle there is'abortia,rf" (of .pregnant animal after 6-7 months of pregnancy?

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(A) Anthrax

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1l ~

m ~ t?

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11 6-7

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(A) ii'R1it-WI

(B) Brucellosis

(B)

(C) Blackquarter

(Ch_~

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(0)

Mastitis

(0)

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157. For which of the following di~ases of cattle, pre-monsoon vaccination should be done every year?

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f.p:;J 11 R 1ft ~31T <4i't ~

~ ~ ~ ~ ma- ~

~ ~~?

i\q;y

-«" iRf1q

(A) ii'R1it-WI

(A) Anthrax

Haemorrhagic septicaemia

~n) All of the above

(B)

~

(C)

~

(0)

~""'@ft

(A)

72

(B)

lt3

158. Chromosome number of chicken is (A) 72 (B)

78

(C)

80

(0)

82

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(C) 80 (0) 82

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(A) 12 metre

(A)

12 ~"

(B) 15 metre

(B)

15 ~

(C)

18 metre

(C)

18 ~

(0)

24 metre

(0)

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240

(B)

270

(C) (0)

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240

(B)

270 .,

305

(C)

305

3301;"

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330

161. Environmental infl\.l~nce~1are less in characters having

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of

162. In grading up ~etIi6d breeding, purebred ~~~~r will, be a,ttained after

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(A)

3 generations

(A)

3~-ij

(B)

4 generations

(B)

4~~

(C) 5~~

(C) 5 generations ,,_ (0)

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7 gener~tlons

(0)

7~~

(A)

-70°C

163. By using liquid nitrogen, semen straws arc, stored a.tthe,t~mpe,ra.~.· of (A)

-70°C

,

(B) -100 °C

(B) -100 °C

(C) -196°C

(C) -196°C

I

I

(0) None ofth.e abOve

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164. 100£

was

(A) ND~, Kamal

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(A)

v:ro

(B)

~o

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(D)

1fr~

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