RRB NTPC Previous Year Paper (bangalore) - 2009


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QUESTION: 1

For the following questions answer them individually
Q. The Full Form of ‘SARS’ is

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QUESTION: 2

‘Do (or) Die’ was a forceful slogan during freedom struggle. Who gave this call?

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QUESTION: 3

At which place will you find maximum sunlight in December Month?

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QUESTION: 4

Electric Bulb’ was discovered by

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QUESTION: 5

Which of the following Blood Groups is known as ‘Universal Donor’?

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QUESTION: 6

Which famous Indian is known as ‘Nightingale of India’?

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QUESTION: 7

The center of cyclone is

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QUESTION: 8

Which state in India has Least Population?

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The Head Quarters of ‘West Central Railway’ is

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QUESTION: 10

‘Red Fort’ at New Delhi was built by

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QUESTION: 11

Which amongst the following is the Greatest source of income to Government of India

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QUESTION: 12

The first Indian satellite launched was

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QUESTION: 13

‘RADAR’ is used

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QUESTION: 14

Deficiency of vitamin ……………. is the main cause for ‘Beri-Beri Disease’

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QUESTION: 15

Ayodya’ is situated on the bank of which River

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QUESTION: 16

The Famous Book ‘God of Small Things’ was written by

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QUESTION: 17

The smallest particle that has all the properties of an element

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QUESTION: 18

The famous Book ‘Anand Math’ was written by

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QUESTION: 19

‘Soyabean’ contains a high level of

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QUESTION: 20

Indian economy is most apppropriately described as a

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QUESTION: 21

Who is Ex-Officio Chairman of ‘Rajya Sabha’?

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‘2006 World Cup Foot Ball’ Tournament will be held at

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QUESTION: 23

The Architect of ‘Chandigarh’ was

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QUESTION: 24

‘Wimbledon’ belongs to

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QUESTION: 25

What is the minimum age for election of President of India?

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QUESTION: 26

The first general elections free india were held in the year

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QUESTION: 27

Which one of the following is not a Fundamental Right

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QUESTION: 28

In India Which state is largest in terms of Area?

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QUESTION: 29

The capital of India was shifted from Calcutta to Delhi in the year

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QUESTION: 30

The Human body contains percentage of water?

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QUESTION: 31

Who is regarded as the ‘Architect of the Indian Constitution’

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QUESTION: 32

Who is known as the Iron Man of India?

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QUESTION: 33

According to 2001 Census which state has a ‘Sex Ratio’ more than 1000?

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QUESTION: 34

In which language was Srimad Bhagwad Gita originally written?

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QUESTION: 35

“The Universal Law of Gravitation” was propounded by

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QUESTION: 36

“Home Rule Movement” was started by

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QUESTION: 37

Which River forms its deltas in Orissa

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QUESTION: 38

Which of the following is non-renewable source of energy?

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QUESTION: 39

The first Europeans to establish trade links with india were

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QUESTION: 40

Which is the longest running train on Indian Railways

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QUESTION: 41

Q. Prime minister of India in the chairman of

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QUESTION: 42

The main occupation of vedic-age people was?

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QUESTION: 43

Which former ancient poet is known as ‘Nirguna’

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QUESTION: 44

Which country is known as the ‘play ground of Europe’?

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QUESTION: 45

In which of the following session, the Indian National Congress demanded ‘Complete Independence’ for the first time?

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QUESTION: 46

The comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) of India was appointed by

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QUESTION: 47

Who introduced ‘English Education’ in India

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QUESTION: 48

Who Introduced ‘Indian civil services’ (ICS)

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QUESTION: 49

Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated on

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QUESTION: 50

The first passanger train in India ran between which two stations?

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QUESTION: 51

The first Women to cross the famous ‘English Channel’ was

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QUESTION: 52

Whom did Chandra Gupta Mourya defeat

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QUESTION: 53

The Partition of Bengal was under taken with the view of

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QUESTION: 54

The Green Colour of leaves is due to the Presence of

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QUESTION: 55

Which of the following is a kharif crop

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QUESTION: 56

Which of the following is used as ‘Refrigerant’

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QUESTION: 57

In which year did India join the United Nation Organisation (UNO)

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QUESTION: 58

How many types of emergency are envisaged by the constitution?

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QUESTION: 59

Which of the following ‘weight’ is measured in carats?

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QUESTION: 60

What is the freezing point of water?

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QUESTION: 61

Which state of India introduced the common Civil Code for first time?

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Which is the ‘Largest River’ the world

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QUESTION: 63

The famous ‘Nile River’ flows through which country?

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QUESTION: 64

The medal won by Anju B. George at the ‘world Atheletics Meet’ at Paris?

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QUESTION: 65

In which Indian film the Alien was acted for the first time

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QUESTION: 66

The main chemical substance present in bones and teeth of animals is

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QUESTION: 67

Which following cities are known as “Twin Cities” in India

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QUESTION: 68

The Coacher of Kenya Cricket which stormed into the semifinals of the World Cup Cricket 2003 is a

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QUESTION: 69

The Council of Ministers are appointed by

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QUESTION: 70

The main element in the ‘Cattle Bone Powder’ is

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QUESTION: 71

Which gas was involved in Lime Water turned into milky terte?

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QUESTION: 72

Which of the following place in India receives minimum rain fall

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QUESTION: 73

A person first travels towards North 3\frac{1}{2}321​ km, then he turns left and travel 1\frac{1}{2}121​km and then turns towards left and travel for 3\frac{1}{2}321​ km. How far is he from the starting point ?

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Distance from starting point= VS=1.5km West

QUESTION: 74

Find the odd one out

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Cotton, wool, and jute are cloth fibre's whereas coir is not.Thus, coir is the odd one out.

QUESTION: 75

Find the relationshipHeart: Circulation:: Kidney : ?

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The role of heart is to circulate blood while the role of kidney is to filter blood.

QUESTION: 76

Ram is fifth rank from both sides (Left & Right), the no. of students in the class is

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Ram is the fifth rank from both sides means there are 4 people to the left as well as to the right of Ram.

Thus, the number of people including Ram is = 4 + 4 + 1=9.

QUESTION: 77

KAMLAKAR : RAKALMAK : : SUNIL : ?

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QUESTION: 78

  then what is the value of  26+10−5×7÷15=?

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The given equation is modified by the conditions mentioned in the question and is restated as

=26x(10/2)+7-15=44

QUESTION: 79

Find which of the word can be made from the letters of the given word
MEASUREMENT

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QUESTION: 80

Which of the following only mammal can fly?

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Cow and snake are mammals but can't fly whereas sparrow's can fly but is not a mammal.Bats are mammals and can fly. So option B is correct.

QUESTION: 81

A man rows upstream 16km and down stream 28km, taking 5 hour each time, the velocity of the current

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Let the man's speed be m and the speed of current be c

Time taken in downstream = \frac{28}{m+c}m+c28​ = 5

Time taken in upsteam = \frac{16}{m-c}m−c16​ = 5

Subtracting second equation from first equation, we get 10 c = 12 or c = 1.2

QUESTION: 82

The sides of the triangle are in the ratio 4:5:6 and then the perimeter of the triangle is 90m. then Area of the triangle.

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Since the ratio of sides is given as 4:5:6, let the side of the triangle be 4y,5y and 6y.

The perimeter is given as 90.Thus,

90=4y + 5y + 6y=15y

=> y=6.

Thus, the sides are 24,30,36.

Area of the triangle by Heron's formula=√s(s-a)(s-b)(s-c)=357.14 , where s is the semiperimeter and a,b,c are the sides of the triangle.

Since no options satisfy the answer, option D none of these is correct.

QUESTION: 83

The value of cos290°- sin290° is

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Cos 90 = 0

sin 90 = 1

So, the given expression is 0 - 1 = -1

QUESTION: 84

If x2-5x - 24 = 0 then find the value of x

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QUESTION: 85

If the cost price of 12 oranges is equal to selling price of 10 oranges, then the percentage of profit is

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Let the cost of each orange be y. 
Cost of 10 apples =10y 
Selling price of 10 apples =Cost of 12 apples =12y 
The profit for selling 10 apples=12y-10y=2y 
Thus profit%=(2yx100)/10y= 20%

QUESTION: 86

The average of seven numbers is 10. The average of first five numbers is 10. Then what is average of remaining two numbers?

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Sum of the 7 numbers=S7=Avg of the seven numbers x 7=10x7=70 
sum of first 5 numbers=S5=10x5=50 
Thus the sum of the next 2 numbers=S7-S5=70-50=20 
Therefore, average of the remaining 2 numbers = S2/2 =20/2=10 

QUESTION: 87

In each of the following questions, out of the given alternatives, choose that one which best expresses the meaning of the given word.Secure

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Secure means to be free from danger i.e to be safe.Thus, B is the right choice.

QUESTION: 88

Distinguish

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Distinguish is to understand the difference between two or more things.Differentiate also means the same.Thus, C is the right choice.

QUESTION: 89

Admit

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Admit is to agree something is true.Agree means to have the same opinion.Option B is closest to the given word.Thus, B is the right choice.

QUESTION: 90

Stamina

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Stamina is the ability to withstand strain for a long period of time.Similarly, endurance is the prolonged ability to withstand wear and tear.Thus, A is the right choice.

QUESTION: 91

In each of the following questions, out of the given alternatives, choose that one which best expresses the opposite in meaning to the given word.
Q. Judicious

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Judicious means showing or having good judgement.Indiscreet is lacking of good judgement.Thus, choice D is correct.

QUESTION: 92

In each of the following questions, out of the given alternatives, choose that one which best expresses the opposite in meaning to the given word.
Q. Absolute

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Absolute means complete or total whereas as limited means confined within certain limits.Thus, option C is correct.Deficient means lacking in something.Therefore, option D is wrong.

QUESTION: 93

In each of the following questions, out of the given alternatives, choose that one which best expresses the opposite in meaning to the given word.
Q. Delete

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Delete means to remove.Inset means to insert which is the opposite of delete.Impound means to seize, inspire means motivate and injure means to hurt. Thus, B is the right option.

QUESTION: 94

Select the word that correctly represents the meaning of the given sentence.
Q. A person interested in reading books and nothing are

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A scholar is a person specialized in a particular field, and a book-keeper is an individual who records financial transactions,so options B and D are wrong.A student is a person who studies something and doesn't mean is interested in reading only, so option A is also wrong.Option B bookworm means a person who enjoys reading, which is the correct answer

QUESTION: 95

One who resides in a country of which he is not a citizen

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We can eliminate option C as it is opposite in meaning to the given sentence. Prodigal means someone who is reckless or wasteful and hence would not be the right answer. Between options A and B, option A is more suitable as a person staying in his own native country might be a foreigner to someone visiting that country. However, the term alien describes a person who is staying in a country other than his own.

QUESTION: 96

Life history of a person written by another

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Autobiography is the life history of a person written by himself. Bibliography is the list of all the sources used in the research work. Memoir is a short account written about an incident written from personal knowledge.

The correct answer is biography. Biography is the account of a person's life authored by some other person.

QUESTION: 97

A cure for all diseases

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Imperialism and chauvinism are political terms that are unrelated to the given phrase. Exorcism is related to evil spirits and is also unrelated to the required synonym. The correct answer is panacea which is the mythical cure to all diseases.

QUESTION: 98

A paper written in one’s own hand writing

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Parchment and scroll refer to the material that things can be written on. They are, hence, not the required synonyms. Transcript is written or printed information of something that's available in another medium. Hence, it is not the synonym as well. The correct answer is Manuscript. It is the piece of hand written document.

QUESTION: 99

Change the voice
Q. Mona was writing a letter to her father

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In passive voice, "letter" becomes the subject of the sentence. The tense of the sentence has to stay the same. Hence C is the correct answer.

QUESTION: 100

You will have finished this work by tomorrow

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In the passive voice, "the work" becomes the subject. The tense remains the same. Hence, D is the right answer.

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