# SSC CGL Tier 1 Mock Test - 9

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QUESTION: 1

### Directions (Q. Nos. 1-3): Select the related word from the given alternatives. Q. Spider : web : : ?

Solution:

As spider makes web, poet makes poetry.

QUESTION: 2

### Select the related word from the given alternatives. 129 : 108 : : 143 : ?

Solution:

First 2 digits are multiplied by 3rd digit and written as 2nd number
12 x 5 =60. Therefore the missing number is 14 x 3 = 42

QUESTION: 3

### Select the related word from the given alternatives. Light : Glint

Solution:

Glint is a flash of light. Similarly, blare is a loud sound.

QUESTION: 4

Directions (Q. Nos. 4-6): Find the odd word pair from the given responses.

Solution:

The words in all other pairs are synonyms.

QUESTION: 5

Find the odd word pair from the given responses.

Solution:

All except (17, 8), product of the two numbers in a pairs = 126

QUESTION: 6

Find the odd word pair from the given responses.

Solution:

Except GGGGGG, in all others, the numbers of times a letter is written is equal to its position in the English alphabet.

QUESTION: 7

Directions (Q. Nos. 7-8) : From the given responses, find the missing number in the series.

114 115 107 134 70 ?

Solution:

The given sequence of numbers follows the pattern

Therefore, Missing number = 70 + 53 = 195

QUESTION: 8

Find the missing number in the series.

Lily, Daisy, Datura, ?

Solution:

Lily, Daisy, Datura and Jasmine have outer part white and inner part yellow.

QUESTION: 9

Directions (Q. Nos. 9-10) : In the following questions, select the missing number from the given responses.

Solution:

(62 + 32) – (42 + 22) = (36 + 9) – (16 + 4) = 45 – 20 = 25
(112 + 72) – (82 + 62) = (121 + 49) – (64 + 36)
= 170 – 100 = 70
(42 + 12) – (52 + x2) = -12
(17 + 12) = (25 + x2)
x2 = 4
x = 2

QUESTION: 10

Select the missing number from the given responses.

Solution:

16 * 4 = 64
6 – 4 = 2
9 * 8 = 72
7 – 2 = 5
27 * 3 = 81
8 – 1 = 7

QUESTION: 11

Find the number of triangles in the given figure.

Solution:
QUESTION: 12

Directions (Q. No. 12) : In the following questions, which one set of letters when sequentially placed at the gaps in the given letter series shall complete it

QST __ QS __ R Q __ TR __ STR

Solution:

R, T, S and Q. The sequence is QSTR, QSTR, QSTR, QSTR.

QUESTION: 13

Directions (Q. No. 13) : A statement is given followed by two conclusions, I and II. You have to consider the statement to be true, even if it seems to be at variance from of the given conclusions can definitely be drawn from the given statement Indicate your answer.

Statements :

1. Some stones are cups.
2. Some cups are black.

Conclusions :

I . Some blacks are not cups.
II. Some cups are stones.

Solution:

Only conclusion II follows.

QUESTION: 14

What is the reflex angle between the two hands of a clock when the time shown by the clock is 9 : 25 ?

Solution:

We have,

QUESTION: 15

If PRATAP is coded as 1618120116, then what will be the code of NAVIN?

Solution:

Consider A = 1, B = 2 ….., Z = 26 We have PRATAP = 16–18–1–20–1 – 16 = 1618120116
So, NAVIN = 14 – 1 – 22 – 9 – 14 = 14122914

QUESTION: 16

If lead is called ‘stick’, stick is called ‘nib’, nib is called ‘needle’, needle is called ‘rope’ and rope is called ‘thread’, what will be fitted in a pen to write with it?

Solution:

A nib is fitted in the pen to write with it. But a nib is called needle. So, a needle will be fitted in the pen.

QUESTION: 17

In a row of 10 boys, when position of Ashutosh got shifted by two places towards the left, his position became seventh from the left end. What was his earlier position from the right end of the row.

Solution:

QUESTION: 18

If P is taller than Q. R is shorter than P. S is taller than T but shorter than Q, then who among them is the tallest?

Solution:

In terms of height, we have the following sequence: Q < P, R < P, T < S, S < Q.
Now the sequence becomes
(i) T < S < Q < R < P
(ii)T < S < R < Q < P
In both the sequences, we can observe that P is the tallest.

QUESTION: 19

P is the brother of D. X is the sister of P. A is the brother of F. F is daughter of D. M is the father of X. Who is the uncle of A?

Solution:

A is the brother of F, who is the daughter of D. So, we can say that A is the son of D. P is the brother of D. So, it is clear that P is the uncle of A.

QUESTION: 20

If + means ÷ , – means x , ÷ means + and x means –, then 1 – 9 x 3 + 1 + 3 ÷ 1 = ?

Solution:

After interchanging the signs, we have 1 x 9 – 3 ÷ 1 ÷ 3 + 1=1 x 9 – 3 ÷ 3 + 1
= 1 x 9 – 1 + 1
= 9 – 1 + 1 = 9

QUESTION: 21

Which figure represents the relationship between Tennis fans, Cricket players and Students?

Solution:
QUESTION: 22

A walks 10 m front and then 10 m to the right. Now, he turns every time to his left, while walking 5 m, 15 m and 15 m respectively. How far is he now from his starting point?

Solution:

Destination

Required distance = 5 m.

QUESTION: 23

A father tells his son, “I was of your present age, when you were born”. If the father is 36 now, how old was the son 5 years ago?

Solution:

Let the age of father and son be x and y respectively.
x– y = y Ò!x = 2y
now, x = 36
⇒ 2y = 36
⇒ y = 18
So, age of son 5 years ago = 18 – 5 = 13 years

QUESTION: 24

Unscramble the following letters to frame a meaningful word. Then find out the correct numerical position of the letters.

T N D R A E
1 2 3 4 5 6

Solution:

QUESTION: 25

A word is represented by only one set of numbers as given in any one of the alternatives. The sets of numbers given in the alternatives are represented by two classes of letters as in two matrices given below. The columns and rows of Matrix-I are numbered from 0 to 4 and that of Matrix-II are numbered from 5 to 9. A letter from these matrices can be presented first by its row and next by its column. E.g., ‘A’ can be represented by 01, 20 etc., and ‘D’ can be represented by 56, 65 etc.
Similarly, you have to identify the set for the word ‘WORD’.

Solution:
QUESTION: 26

Uttarakhand came into existence on

Solution:

Uttarakhand movement is termed to the events of statehood activism within the state Uttar Pradesh which ultimately resulted in a separate state Uttarakhand of the Republic of India.
Uttarakhand became a separate state of Uttar Pradesh on November 9, 2000.

QUESTION: 27

Which committee has been constituted to resolve issue on central excise duty on jewellery?

Solution:

The Union Government has recently constituted Dr. Ashok Lahri committee to interact with the trade and industry on the imposition of Central Excise Duty on jewellery.

QUESTION: 28

The main excretory product of frog is -

Solution:

The frog excretes urea thus, is a ureotelic animal. It is carried by blood into the kidney where it is separated and excreted.

QUESTION: 29

In which of the following fields Nobel Prize is not given

Solution:

The Nobel Prize is widely regarded as the most prestigious award available in the fields of literature, medicine, physics, chemistry, peace and economics.

QUESTION: 30

Which group suffers the most from inflation

Solution:
QUESTION: 31

Who discovered Diode Bulb?

Solution:

QUESTION: 32

Which was the field of activity of Pt. Bhimsen Joshi

Solution:

Bhimsen Gururaj Joshi , (4 February 1922-24 January 2011) was an Indian vocalist from Karnataka in the Hindustani classical tradition. He is known for the “Khayal” form of singing, as well as for his popular renditions of devotional music Bhajans and Abhangs.
In 1998, he was awarded the Sangeet Natak Akademi Fellowship, the highest honour conferred by Sangeet Natak Akademi, India’s National Academy for Music, Dance and Drama. Subsequently, he also received the Bharat Ratna, India’s highest civilian honour, in 2009.

QUESTION: 33

“Burning of paper” is an example of -

Solution:
QUESTION: 34

Clitellum is present in -

Solution:

The clitellum is a thickened glandular and non-segmented section of the body wall near the head in earthworms and leeches, that secretes a viscid sac in which the eggs are deposited. It is present about 2 cm (0.79 in) behind the anterior end of the body (around the 14th, 15th and 16th segments).

QUESTION: 35

Total Internal Reflection will take place, if light ray passes from-

Solution:
QUESTION: 36

A collection of pictures that can be inserted into document is called-

Solution:

Clipart, (in the graphic arts) is a collection of pre-made images or pictures used to illustrate any medium.
Today, clip art is used extensively in both personal and commercial projects.

QUESTION: 37

Which ruler built the Ellora temples

Solution:

Ellora is an archaeological site 29 km (18 mile) north-west of the city of Aurangabad in Maharashtra. It was built by the Rashtrakuta Dynasty (Brahmanical & Buddhist group of caves) and Yadav (Jain group of caves).
It is well known for its monumental caves, Ellora is an UNESCO World Heritage Site and also forms one of major tourist attraction in Marathwada region of Maharashtra.

QUESTION: 38

The largest part of the human brain is -

Solution:

The cerebral hemispheres (the cerebrum) form the largest part of the human brain and are situated above other brain structures. They are covered with a cortical layer (the cerebral cortex) which has a convoluted topography.

QUESTION: 39

Causative agent of Plague is

Solution:

The Gram-negative bacterium Yersinia pestis is the causative agent of the systemic invasive infectious disease classically referred to as plague, and has been responsible for three human pandemics: the Justinian plague (sixth to eighth centuries), the Black Death (fourteenth to nineteenth centuries) and modern plague (nineteenth century to the present day).

QUESTION: 40

Which of the following is not in the world heritage list

Solution:
QUESTION: 41

Which article of Indian constitution provides the employer to give maternity benefits to its employees

Solution:

The rights and privileges for th e betterment of women are: right to equality in law [Article 14], right to social equality [Article 15], right to social equality in employment [Article 16] right to adequate means of livelihood [Article 39 (a)], right to equal pay for equal work [Article 39 (d)], right that the health and strength of workers both men and women are not abused [Article 39 (e)], right to just and humane conditions of work and maternity relief [Article 42], and right to improvement in employment opportunities and conditions of the working women [Article 46].

QUESTION: 42

Forged documents are detected by-

Solution:
QUESTION: 43

Who is the author of “ A Minister and his Responsibilities”

Solution:

Morarji Desai, the author of “A Minister and his Responsibilities” was an Indian independence activist and the Prime Minister of India from 1977 to 1979.
He was also the first Prime Minister to head India’s first non-Congress Government.

QUESTION: 44

Sharana Basaveshwara Temple is situated in

Solution:

Sharana Basaveshwara Temple is a shrine at Kalburgi (Gulbarga), an ancient town in the north-eastern part of Karnataka.
The temple is dedicated to an eminent Hindu religious teacher and philosopher, Shri Sharana Basaveshwara.

QUESTION: 45

The World Malaria Day is observed on

Solution:

World Malaria Day (WMD) is an international observance commemorated every year on 25 April and recognizes global efforts to control malaria. Globally, 3.3 billion people in 106 countries are at risk of malaria.

QUESTION: 46

The capital city “Daydo” established by Kublai Khan is situated at-

Solution:

Kublai Khan was the fifth Khagan (Great Khan) of the Mongol Empire, reigning from 1260 to 1294. Although it was only nominally due to the division of the empire.
He also founded the Yuan dynasty in China as a conquest dynasty in 1271, and ruled as the first Yuan emperor until his death in 1294. The capital city ‘Daydo’ was established by him in Beijing. By 1279, the Yuan forces had overcome the last resistance of the Southern Song dynasty, and Kublai became the first non-native Emperor to conquer all of China.

QUESTION: 47

The constitution is the supreme law of the land.  It is protected by

Solution:
QUESTION: 48

Which one of the following method doesn’t require medium for heat transfer?

Solution:
QUESTION: 49

A patient is generally advised to specially consume more meat, lentils, milk and egg when he suffers from-

Solution:

Many children in our country suffer from malnutrition. Protein deficiency disease known as Kwashiorkar. This can be prevented by giving food rich in protein, e.g. milk, butter, meat and egg.

QUESTION: 50

Taxation is a tool of

Solution:
QUESTION: 51

By selling 18 articles a man earns the cost price of 24 article. By what percent should he increase the profit so that by selling 24 articles he earns cost price of 36 articles ?

Solution:

Take the LCM of 18, 24, 36=72

50%

QUESTION: 52

On selling 17 articles for Rs. 720 a person incurred loss equal to cost price of 5 articles. Find the C.P. of each article.

Solution:

SP of 17 articles = CP of 12 articles = 720 CP of 1 article = Rs. 60

QUESTION: 53

A sum of money amounts to Rs. 9000 in nine months and Rs. 18000 in eighteen months. Find the sum.

Solution:

Let the sum = P

QUESTION: 54

A candidate who scores 30 percent fails by 5 marks, while another candidate who scores 40 percent marks gets 10 more marks than minimum pass marks. The minimum marks required to pass are:

Solution:

QUESTION: 55

A man sells an article at 5% above its cost price. If he had bought it at 5% less then what he had paid for it and sold it at Rs. 2 less, he would have gained 10%. The cost price of the article is :

Solution:

Let C P =100

QUESTION: 56

Ramesh bought 10 cycles for Rs. 500 each. He spent Rs. 2,000 on them and sold five of them for Rs. 750 each and the remaining for Rs. 550 each. Then the total gain or loss % is

Solution:

Total CP = 500 × 10 + 2000
= Rs. 7000
Total SP=Rs. (5×750+5×550)
= Rs. 6500

QUESTION: 57

The principal which gives Rs. 1 interest per day at a rate of 5% simple interest per annum is

Solution:

According to the question
Interest=1 Rs. per day
Interest in one year = 1 × 365 = Rs. 365

QUESTION: 58

Solution:

Now check from option to save your valuable time. option (d)

QUESTION: 59

3 men and 4 boys can complete a piece of work in 12 days. 4 men and 3 boys can do the same work in 10 days. Then 2 men and 3 boys can finish the work in ?

Solution:

(3M+ 4B)×12= (4 M+3B )× 10
2M = 9B

Total work = (3×9+4×2)×12
=35×12 units
Efficiency of 2 men and 3 boys =(2×9)+(3×2) = 24

QUESTION: 60

A tap drips at a rate of one drop sec. 600 drops make 100ml. The number of litres wasted in 300 days is:

Solution:

1 sec → 1 drop
No of second in 300 days.

QUESTION: 61

A moving train, 66 metres long overtakes another train of 88 metres long, moving in the same direction in 0.4168 minutes. If the second train is moving at 30 km/hr. at what speed is the first train moving ?

Solution:

= 22km/hr (approx)
As, V2 =30 km/hr
So, V1=22+30=52 km/hr

QUESTION: 62

A boat moves downstream at the rate of 1 km in 7(1/2) minutes and upstream at the rate of 5 km an hour.
What is the speed of the boat in the still water ?

Solution:

QUESTION: 63

A man engaged a servant on the condition that he would pay him Rs. 90 and a shirt after service of one year. He served only for nine months and received the shirt and an amount of Rs. 65. The price of shirt is:

Solution:

12 month's salary=Rs. 90+shirt

QUESTION: 64

If a=x+y, b=x–y, c=x+2y, then a2+b2+c2–ab–bc–ca is

Solution:

a = x + y
b =x – y
c = x + 2y
a2+b2+c2–ab–bc–ca = (1/2)[(a–b)2 + (b–c)2 + (c–a)2]
= (1/2)[(x+y–x+y)+ (x–y–x–2y)2 + (x+2y–
x–y)2]

QUESTION: 65

Solution:

x2+2=x
x2–x=–2
x–x2=2

QUESTION: 66

If in a triangle ABC, BE and CF are two medians perpendicular to each other and if AB = 19 cm and AC = 22 cm then the length of BC is

Solution:

Given,

AB=19 cm, AC=22 cm,
(Given), [Medians CF & BE are perpendicular to each other]
⇒ In this case
⇒ We know,
AB2 + AC2 = 5(BC)2
⇒ 192 + (22)2 = 5(BC)2
⇒ 361 + 484 = 5(BC)2
⇒ 845 = 5(BC)2
⇒ (BC)2 = 169
⇒ BC=13 cm

QUESTION: 67

If cosx + cos2x =1, the numerical value of (sin12 + 3sin10 x + 3sin8 x+sin6 x–1)

Solution:

sin12 x + 3sin10 x + 3sin8x + sin6 x–1
⇒(sin4x + sin2x)3 – 1
⇒ (cos2x + sin2x)3 – 1

QUESTION: 68

Two circles with centres A and B and radius 2 units touch, each other externally at 'C' A third circle with centre 'C' and radius '2' units meets other two at D and E. Then the area of the quadrilateral ABDE is

Solution:

QUESTION: 69

A right circular cone is 3.6 cm high and radius of its base is 1.6 cm. It is melted and recast into a right circular cone with radius of its base as 1.2 cm. Then the height of the cone (in cm) is

Solution:

QUESTION: 70

The length of the shadow of a vertical tower on level ground increases by 10 metres when the altitude of the sun changes from 45º to 30º. Then the height of the tower is

Solution:

QUESTION: 71

Directions (71-75): The pie-chart given below shows the number of students enrolled in a school in different activities. Total number of students in the school is 1200.
Study the chart and answer the questions.

Q. How many students are enrolled in N.C.C. activities?

Solution:

Number of students who enrolled in N.C.C. Activity=15% of 1200

QUESTION: 72

The pie-chart given below shows the number of students enrolled in a school in different activities. Total number of students in the school is 1200.
Study the chart and answer the questions.

Q. What is the total number of students enrolled in Debating Club and HRD Club ?

Solution:

Total number of students enrolled in debating club and HRD club
= (13+11)% of 1200 = 24% of 1200

QUESTION: 73

The pie-chart given below shows the number of students enrolled in a school in different activities. Total number of students in the school is 1200.
Study the chart and answer the questions.

Q. The number of students enrolled in Eco-club is what per cent of those enrolled in Redcross activities ?

Solution:

Required percentag

QUESTION: 74

The pie-chart given below shows the number of students enrolled in a school in different activities. Total number of students in the school is 1200.
Study the chart and answer the questions.

Q. What is the ratio of number of students enrolled in Scout and Redcross activities together to those enrolled in Debating Club activities ?

Solution:

QUESTION: 75

The pie-chart given below shows the number of students enrolled in a school in different activities. Total number of students in the school is 1200.
Study the chart and answer the questions.

Q. Which two clubs have the enrolment in the ratio of 2 : 1 ?

Solution:

QUESTION: 76

Directions (76-80): You have a passage with five questions following. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives.

PASSAGE – I

In November 1981, he joined Sydenham college as a professor of political economic and worked there for two years. With his little savings, some help from the Maharaja of Kolhapur, and with a loan of five thousand rupees form his friend, Naval Bhathena, he left for England in 1920 to complete his studies in Law and Economics and kept his terms at Gray's Institute of Law. He turned his attention to the London Museum whire the relics of the saintly and scientific thoughts are preserved, where the fuins of the antique world are displayed and where Karl Marx, Nazzini, Lenin and Savarkar had dug for knowledge and digested it, In the Museum, he poured over books from morning till evening. Time was an important factor with him. To Save both money and time, he would go without lunch. After this, the second round of reading begins at his residence.
The endless reading would go on till early morning. He told his room-mate that his poverty and want of time required him to finish his studies as early as possible.
During these studies in London for academic eminence, he had not forgotten the real aim in his life. He could not for a minute forget the dumb faces of the untouchables in India.
He took up this matter with the Secretary of State for India and also held discussions with Mr. Vithalbhai Patel in London. Nor paper read before the Students Union and also on his famous thesis "The Problem of the Rupees", he exposed the hollowness of the British policies in India, which caused a stir in the academic world of London and Ambedkar was suspected to be an Indian Revolutionary.

Q. Dr. Ambedkar was a Professor of

Solution:
QUESTION: 77

PASSAGE – I

In November 1981, he joined Sydenham college as a professor of political economic and worked there for two years. With his little savings, some help from the Maharaja of Kolhapur, and with a loan of five thousand rupees form his friend, Naval Bhathena, he left for England in 1920 to complete his studies in Law and Economics and kept his terms at Gray's Institute of Law. He turned his attention to the London Museum whire the relics of the saintly and scientific thoughts are preserved, where the fuins of the antique world are displayed and where Karl Marx, Nazzini, Lenin and Savarkar had dug for knowledge and digested it, In the Museum, he poured over books from morning till evening. Time was an important factor with him. To Save both money and time, he would go without lunch. After this, the second round of reading begins at his residence.
The endless reading would go on till early morning. He told his room-mate that his poverty and want of time required him to finish his studies as early as possible.
During these studies in London for academic eminence, he had not forgotten the real aim in his life. He could not for a minute forget the dumb faces of the untouchables in India.
He took up this matter with the Secretary of State for India and also held discussions with Mr. Vithalbhai Patel in London. Nor paper read before the Students Union and also on his famous thesis "The Problem of the Rupees", he exposed the hollowness of the British policies in India, which caused a stir in the academic world of London and Ambedkar was suspected to be an Indian Revolutionary.

Q. Who amongst the following was Dr. Ambedkar's benefactor?

Solution:
QUESTION: 78

PASSAGE – I

In November 1981, he joined Sydenham college as a professor of political economic and worked there for two years. With his little savings, some help from the Maharaja of Kolhapur, and with a loan of five thousand rupees form his friend, Naval Bhathena, he left for England in 1920 to complete his studies in Law and Economics and kept his terms at Gray's Institute of Law. He turned his attention to the London Museum whire the relics of the saintly and scientific thoughts are preserved, where the fuins of the antique world are displayed and where Karl Marx, Nazzini, Lenin and Savarkar had dug for knowledge and digested it, In the Museum, he poured over books from morning till evening. Time was an important factor with him. To Save both money and time, he would go without lunch. After this, the second round of reading begins at his residence.
The endless reading would go on till early morning. He told his room-mate that his poverty and want of time required him to finish his studies as early as possible.
During these studies in London for academic eminence, he had not forgotten the real aim in his life. He could not for a minute forget the dumb faces of the untouchables in India.
He took up this matter with the Secretary of State for India and also held discussions with Mr. Vithalbhai Patel in London. Nor paper read before the Students Union and also on his famous thesis "The Problem of the Rupees", he exposed the hollowness of the British policies in India, which caused a stir in the academic world of London and Ambedkar was suspected to be an Indian Revolutionary.

Q. Name Dr. Ambedkar's friend who helped him to go to England

Solution:
QUESTION: 79

PASSAGE – I

In November 1981, he joined Sydenham college as a professor of political economic and worked there for two years. With his little savings, some help from the Maharaja of Kolhapur, and with a loan of five thousand rupees form his friend, Naval Bhathena, he left for England in 1920 to complete his studies in Law and Economics and kept his terms at Gray's Institute of Law. He turned his attention to the London Museum whire the relics of the saintly and scientific thoughts are preserved, where the fuins of the antique world are displayed and where Karl Marx, Nazzini, Lenin and Savarkar had dug for knowledge and digested it, In the Museum, he poured over books from morning till evening. Time was an important factor with him. To Save both money and time, he would go without lunch. After this, the second round of reading begins at his residence.
The endless reading would go on till early morning. He told his room-mate that his poverty and want of time required him to finish his studies as early as possible.
During these studies in London for academic eminence, he had not forgotten the real aim in his life. He could not for a minute forget the dumb faces of the untouchables in India.
He took up this matter with the Secretary of State for India and also held discussions with Mr. Vithalbhai Patel in London. Nor paper read before the Students Union and also on his famous thesis "The Problem of the Rupees", he exposed the hollowness of the British policies in India, which caused a stir in the academic world of London and Ambedkar was suspected to be an Indian Revolutionary.

Q. Why did Dr. Ambedkar try to finish his studies as early as possible ?

Solution:
QUESTION: 80

PASSAGE – I

In November 1981, he joined Sydenham college as a professor of political economic and worked there for two years. With his little savings, some help from the Maharaja of Kolhapur, and with a loan of five thousand rupees form his friend, Naval Bhathena, he left for England in 1920 to complete his studies in Law and Economics and kept his terms at Gray's Institute of Law. He turned his attention to the London Museum whire the relics of the saintly and scientific thoughts are preserved, where the fuins of the antique world are displayed and where Karl Marx, Nazzini, Lenin and Savarkar had dug for knowledge and digested it, In the Museum, he poured over books from morning till evening. Time was an important factor with him. To Save both money and time, he would go without lunch. After this, the second round of reading begins at his residence.
The endless reading would go on till early morning. He told his room-mate that his poverty and want of time required him to finish his studies as early as possible.
During these studies in London for academic eminence, he had not forgotten the real aim in his life. He could not for a minute forget the dumb faces of the untouchables in India.
He took up this matter with the Secretary of State for India and also held discussions with Mr. Vithalbhai Patel in London. Nor paper read before the Students Union and also on his famous thesis "The Problem of the Rupees", he exposed the hollowness of the British policies in India, which caused a stir in the academic world of London and Ambedkar was suspected to be an Indian Revolutionary.

Q. Where did Dr. Ambedkar teach ?

Solution:
QUESTION: 81

Directions (81-83): In the following three questions, sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with an appropriate word(s). Four alternatives are suggested for each question.

Q. I have to recite Tagore's sonnet. I will be the ........one to do so in my school.

Solution:

in this sentence only "only" agrees th e sentence.

QUESTION: 82

In the following questions, sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with an appropriate word(s).

Q. The officer........the car to speak to the driver.

Solution:

stopped is the correct option

QUESTION: 83

In the following questions, sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with an appropriate word(s).

Q. My father.........home last week.

Solution:

went back is the correct option

QUESTION: 84

Directions (84-86): In the following three questions, some parts of the sentences have errors and some are correct. Find out which part of a sentence has an error and blacken the circle corresponding to the appropriate correct option.

Q. Your sari is superior to mine.

Solution:
QUESTION: 85

Find out which part of a sentence has an error and blacken the circle corresponding to the appropriate correct option.

Q. The Ganges has overflowed its banks and each of the four villages are flowed

Solution:

since each is used in the sentence so use "is" in place of "are"

QUESTION: 86

Find out which part of a sentence has an error and blacken the circle corresponding to the appropriate correct option.

Q. I am thinking to write my autobiography.

Solution:

here "my" is superfluous since autobiography means an account of a person’s life written by that person

QUESTION: 87

Directions (87-91): In the following five questions, a sentence/a part of the sentence is underlined. Below are given alternatives to the underlined part which may improve the sentence.

Q. He has been growing weaker and his life now hangs "with" a thread.

Solution:

by is the correct option

QUESTION: 88

Below are given alternatives to the underlined part which may improve the sentence.

Q. The injured man had been shot "from his back."

Solution:

correct answer is "in the back"

QUESTION: 89

Below are given alternatives to the underlined part which may improve the sentence.

Q. The accident occurred in the "centre" of the road.

Solution:

QUESTION: 90

Below are given alternatives to the underlined part which may improve the sentence.

Solution:

use "willing" in place of "wilful"

QUESTION: 91

Below are given alternatives to the underlined part which may improve the sentence.

Q. The day "he quits" smoking, I shall celebrate.

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QUESTION: 92

Directions (92-94): In the following three questions, four alternatives are given for the Idiom/phrase underlined in the sentence.

"Slip off"

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QUESTION: 93

In the following questions, four alternatives are given for the Idiom/phrase underlined in the sentence.

"Got on well "

Solution:
QUESTION: 94

In the following questions, four alternatives are given for the Idiom/phrase underlined in the sentence.

"To egg on"

Solution:
QUESTION: 95

Directions (95): In the following three questions, out of the four alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentences.

Q. A place of good climate for invalids.

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QUESTION: 96

Choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentences.

Q. An area of land that is controlled by a ruler

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QUESTION: 97

Choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentences.

Q. A place where Jews worship according to their religion

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QUESTION: 98

Directions (96): In the following one question, four words are given in each question, out of which only one word is correctly or wrongly spelt.

Solution:
QUESTION: 99

Directions (99): In the following questions, choose the word opposite in meaning to the given word.

RELISH

Solution:
QUESTION: 100

Directions (100): In the following one questions, out of the four alternatives, choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the given word.

INEVITABLE

Solution:
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