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PAPER- 1

Instructions to Candidates

1. Answer All the Questions in 60 Minutes

2. Each question Carries “2” Marks

3. Round off the Appropriate choice in OMR sheet

PART-A (General English)

1. Mark the part in which the grammatical mistake is

He asked / that why /he shall / be punished

A B C D

a) A b) B C) C d) D

choose the correct word or Phrase for question 2 and 3

2.The tea is cold. Please______it

a. heat b. warm c. fire d. None

a. heat b. warm c. fire d. None

3. I wish I ...... a king

a. Was b. Am c. Should be d. Were

a. Was b. Am c. Should be d. Were

Supply suitable prepositions for question 4 and 5

4. The animal resembled ....... a cat

a. from b. Since c. on d. About

a. from b. Since c. on d. About

5. Your father will be angry ...... you when he hears of your conduct

a. on b. with c. in d. About

a. on b. with c. in d. About

Mark the correct meaning for question 6 and 7

6. Student of Plant life

a. Botanist b. Zoologist c. Biologist d. Sociologist

a. Botanist b. Zoologist c. Biologist d. Sociologist

7. Stamp Collector

a. Philanderer b. Bibliographer c. Philatelist d. None

a. Philanderer b. Bibliographer c. Philatelist d. None

8. Mark the correct Antonym of “Deficit”

a. Enough b. less c. Surplus d. More

9. Mark the correct synonym of “Incredible”

a. believable b. Conceivable c. Unbelievable d. None

Supply suitable articles for question 10 and 12

10. There is ...... hourly bus from Hyderabad to Medak

a. a b. an c. the d. none

11. .......elephant is a huge animal

a. a b. an c. the d. None

a. a b. an c. the d. None

12. He is writing on........paper with a pen

a. a b. an c. the d. None

a. a b. an c. the d. None

Supply suitable conjunctions for question 13 and 14

13. I shall do it........you like it or not

a. but b. When c. Whether d. While

a. but b. When c. Whether d. While

14. Take a lamp.......the night is dark

a. if b. for c. and d. So

a. if b. for c. and d. So

15. Find out the mis- spelt word

a. Recurring b. Computer c. Philataly d. Insurance

a. Recurring b. Computer c. Philataly d. Insurance

16-20. Read the passage given below and answers the questions that follow

Wild peacocks live together in large flocks in the forests of Central Africa. They scratch about in the ground during the day for seeds to eat and at nightfall they fly up to the trees where they perch and sleep. Every peacock has several wives known as peahens the female birds build their nests on the ground and lay from four to six whitish sometimes spotted eggs. During the mating season the male utters a harsh raucous cry.

16. Peacocks live together in large

a. Nests b. Flocks c. trees d. Huts

a. Nests b. Flocks c. trees d. Huts

17. They scratch about in the ground during the day for

a. Mating b. to lay eggs c. seeds d. Sleep

18. Which birds build their nests on the ground?

a. Male b. Female c. Child d. None

19. Female peacocks lay which colour eggs

A Reddish b. Brown c. Block d. Whitish

20. A suitable title for the passage could be

a. Peacocks in Africa b. Peacocks life style c. Wild Peacocks d. Peacocks story

a. Mating b. to lay eggs c. seeds d. Sleep

18. Which birds build their nests on the ground?

a. Male b. Female c. Child d. None

19. Female peacocks lay which colour eggs

A Reddish b. Brown c. Block d. Whitish

20. A suitable title for the passage could be

a. Peacocks in Africa b. Peacocks life style c. Wild Peacocks d. Peacocks story

PART-II (Arithmetic)

21. Which of the following are the prime Numbers?

a. 241 b. 337 c. 391 d. 571

22. Simplify: 7845- ? = 8461-3569

a. 2593 b.2773 c. 3509 d. None of these

23. Three numbers are in the ratio 1: 2: 3 and their HCF is 12. The numbers are

24. If 1.5 x = 0.04y, then y-x / y+x is

a. 730/77 b. 73/77 c.7.3/77 d. None

25. Six times of an unknown number is 13 less than 55. That unknown number would be-

a. 10 b. 7 c. 11 d. 5

26. A sum of Rs. 312 divided among 100 boys and girls in a such a way that each boy gets Rs. 3.60 and girl get 2.40. The number of Girls is

a. 35 b. 40 c. 80 d.65

27. The average of five numbers is 27. If one number is excluded, the average becomes 25. The excluded number is

a. 25 b. 35 c.45 d.55

a. 25 b. 35 c.45 d.55

28. Father's age is five times to that of the son. After 20 years, the father is of 40 years. Then what would be the age of the son?

a. 20 b. 22 c. 21 d. 24

29. If 120 is 20% of a number, then 120% of that number will be

a. 20 b. 120 c. 360 d. 320

30. An examine had to score 40% to pass in question paper-I, but he scored only 40 marks and failed by 20 marks. What had been the maximum marks for question paper-I ?

a. 100 b. 200 c. 150 d. 180

31. Srinivas spent 40% of his salary on Food, 20% on House Rent, 10% on entertainment and 10% on conveyance. If his savings at the end of the month are Rs. 1500, then his monthly salary is

a. Rs.6000 b. Rs.7500 c. Rs.8000 d. Rs.10000

32. The price of a shirt is increased by 15% and then reduced by 15%. The final price of the shirt

a. Doesn’t Change b. Increase by 2.25% c. Decrease by 2.25% d. None of these

33. A train of 350 metres long is running at a speed of 32 km/hr. A man from the opposite direction is coming at a speed of 3 km/hr. How long will the train take to cross this man?

a. 28 sec b. 24 sec c. 36 sec d. 32 sec

34. A vendor bought lemons at 6 for a rupee. How many for a rupee must he sell to gain 20%

a. 3 b. 4 c. 5 d. 6

35. x/5 = y/8 then (x+5) : (Y+8) is equal to

a. 3 :5 b. 13:8 c. 8:5 d. 5:8

36. Venkatesh and Anjaneyulu started a business investing of Rs. 22500 and Rs. 35000 respectively. Out of a total Profit of Rs. 13800, Anjaneyulu share is

a. 5400 b. 7200 c. 8400 d. 9600

37. 20 persons assemble 8 machines in a day. How many persons will be required to assemble 12 machines in a day?

a. 40 b. 20 c. 30 d. 42

38. Length and circumference o f a football ground are 120 metres and 400 metres, respectively. What will be its area?

a. 6500 sq metre b. 9600 sq metre c. 6800 sq metre d. 4800 sq metre

a. 6500 sq metre b. 9600 sq metre c. 6800 sq metre d. 4800 sq metre

39. An athlete runs 200 meters in 24 Secs. His speed is

a. 20 Kms/h b.24 Kms/h c. 28.5 Kms/h d. 30 kms/h

40. At what rate percent per annum will a sum of money double in 8 years?

40. At what rate percent per annum will a sum of money double in 8 years?

a. 10.5% b. 11.5% c. 12.5% d. 13.5%

41. A sum of money amounts to Rs.4624 in 2 years and to Rs 4913 in three years at compound interest. The sum is

a. 4096 b. 4260 c. 4335 d. 4360

42.. Which of the following numbers is divisible by 18 (remainder 0)?

a. 245678 b. 2456789 c. 2445678 d. 2455678

43. Turn odd man out 8, 27,64,100, 125, 216, 343

a. 27 b. 100 c. 125 d. 343

a. 27 b. 100 c. 125 d. 343

44. In what ratio must tea at Rs. 62 per kg be mixed with tea at Rs. 72 per kg so that the mixture must be worth Rs. 64.50 per kg.

a. 1:3 b. 3: 2 c. 3:1 d. 2:3

45. A can do a work in 10 days which B alone can do it in 12 days. In how many days will they finish the work, both working together?

a. 60/10 days b. 60/11 days c.60/12days d. 60/13 days

a. 60/10 days b. 60/11 days c.60/12days d. 60/13 days

46-50: Study the table given below and answer the questions given below it

Number of Employees working in various Departments of a Company

Year Departments (Number of Employees)

Year- Production -Sales -Purchase- Accounts -Research

2005 - 150- 25 -50 -45 -75

2006- 225- 40 -45 -62- 70

2007 - 450- 65 -30- 90- 73

2008- 470-73 -32 -105- 70

2008- 470-73 -32 -105- 70

2009- 500- 80- 35- 132- 74

2010 - 55 -75 -36 -130- 75

46. In which year, the total number of employees reached approximately twice the total number of employees the factory had in the year 2005

a.2006 b. 2007 c. 2008 d. 2009

47. In which department the number of employees approximately remained the same during the years 2005 and 2010

a. Production b. Sales c. Research d. Accounts

48. In which year the number of employees working in production department was less than 50 % the total employees

a. 2005 b. 2007 c. 2008 d. 2009

49. In which of the following years each department had more number of employees than it had in the immediately preceding year

a. 2007 b. 2008 c. 2009 d.2010

50. Which department had less than 10% of the total employees all through years 2005 to 2010?

a. Production b. Sales c. Research d. Accounts

a. Production b. Sales c. Research d. Accounts

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