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Please read the instructions carefully. You are allotted 5 minutes specifically for this purpose.
Ñi;k bu funsZ'kksa dks /;ku ls i<+saA vkidks 5 feuV fo'ks"k :i ls bl dke ds fy, fn;s x;s gSaA
INSTRUCTIONS / funsZ'k :
A. General : A. lkekU; %
1. This booklet is your Question Paper. Do not break the 1. ;g iqfLrdk vkidk iz'ui=k gSA bldh eqgjsa rc rd u rksMsa
seals of this booklet before being instructed to do so
tc rd fujh{kdksa ds }kjk bldk funsZ'k u fn;k tk;sA
by the invigilators.
dPps dke ds fy;s [kkyh i`"B vkSj [kkyh txg bl iqfLrdk

DO NOT BREAK THE SEALS WITHOUT BEING INSTRUCTED TO DO SO BY THE INVIGILATOR


2. Blank spaces and blank pages are provided in the 2.
question paper for your rough work. No additional
esa gh gSA dPps dke ds fy, dksbZ vfrfjDr dkxt ugha fn;k
sheets will be provided for rough work.
tk;sxkA
3. Blank papers, clipboards, log tables, slide rules, 3. dksjs dkxt] fDyi cksMZ (CLIP BOARD)] ykWx rkfydk]

tc rd ifjos"kd funsZ'k ugha nsa rc rd iz'u i=k dh lhy dks ugha [kksaysA
calculators, cameras, cellular phones, pagers, and
LykbM:y] dSYdqysVj] dSejk] lsyQksu] istj vkSj fdlh
electronic gadgets are NOT allowed inside the
examination hall. izdkj ds bysDVªkfud midj.k ijh{kk de esa vuqefr ugha gSA
4. Write you name and roll number in the space provided bl iqfLrdk ds fiNys i`"B ij fn, x, LFkku esa viuk uke
4.
on the back cover of this booklet.
vkSj jksy uEcj fyf[k,A
5. Using a black ball point pen, darken the bubbles 5. Åijh ewy i`"B ds cqycqyksa (BUBBLES) dks dkys ckWy
on the upper original sheet.
IokbaV dye ls dkyk djsaA
6. DO NOT TAMPER WITH/MUTILATE THE ORS OR 6. vks-vkj-,l- (ORS) ;k bl iqfLrdk esa gsj&Qsj@foÑfr u
THE BOOKLET.
djsaA
7. On breaking the seals of the booklet check that it 7. bl iqfLrdk dh eqgjsa rksM+us ds i'pkr~ Ñi;k tk¡p ysa fd blesa
contains all the 66 questions and corresponding
lHkh 66 iz'u vkSj muds mÙkj fodYi Bhd ls i<+s tk ldrs
answer choices are legible. Read carefully the
Instructions printed at the beginning of each section. gSaA lHkh [kaMksa ds izkjaHk esa fn;s gq, funsZ'kksa dks /;ku ls i<+saA
B. Filling the ORS B. vks-vkj-,l (ORS) Hkjuk
Use only Black ball point pen only for filling the
ORS dks Hkjus ds fy, dsoy dkys ck¡y iSu dk mi;ksx
ORS.
8. Write your Roll no. in the boxes given at the top left dhft,A
corner of your ORS with black ball point pen. Also, 8. ORS ds lcls Åij cka;s dksus esa fn, x, ck¡Dl esa viuk
darken the corresponding bubbles with Black ball jksy uEcj dkys ck¡y ikbUV ls fyf[k, rFkk laxr xksys Hkh
point pen only. Also fill your roll no on the back side of
dsoy dkys isu ls Hkfj;sA ORS ds ihNs dh rjQ Hkh viuk
your ORS in the space provided (if the ORS is both
side printed). jksy uEcj fyf[k, (;fn ORS nksuksa rjQ Nih gqbZ gSA)
9. Fill your Paper Code as mentioned on the Test Paper 9. ORS ij viuk isij dksM fyf[k, rFkk laxr xksyksa dks dkys
and darken the corresponding bubble with Black ball
ck¡y isu ls dkys dhft,A
point pen.
10. If student does not fill his/her roll no. and paper code 10. ;fn fo|kFkhZ viuk jksy uEcj rFkk isij dksM lgh vkSj
correctly and properly, then his/her marks will not be
mfpr rjhds ugha Hkjrk gS rc mldk ifj.kke jksd fy;k
displayed and 5 marks will be deducted (paper wise)
from the total. tkosxk rFkk iz'u&i=k esa izkIrkad ls 5 vad dkV fy, tkosaxsaA
11. Since it is not possible to erase and correct pen filled 11. pawfd isu ls Hkjs x, xksys feVkuk vkSj lq/kkjuk laHko ugha gS
bubble, you are advised to be extremely careful while
blfy, vki lko/kkuh iwoZd vius mÙkj ds xksyksa dks HkjsaA
darken the bubble corresponding to your answer.
(Please read the last page of this booklet for rest of the instructions)
Ñi;k 'ks"k funsZ'kksa ds fy;s bl iqfLrdk ds vfUre i`"B dks i<+sA
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PART – I : MATHEMATICS

MATHEMATICS
SECTION – 1 : (One or more options correct Type)
[k.M – 1 : (,d ;k vf/kd lgh fodYi çdkj)
This section contains 8 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C)
and (D) out of which ONE or MORE are correct.
bl [k.M esa 8 cgqfodYi ç'u gSaA çR;sd ç'u esa pkj fodYi (A),(B),(C) vkSj (D) gSa] ftuesa ls ,d ;k vf/kd
lgh gSA
3
1. Which of the following set of values of x satisfy cos(2x + /6) < ?
2
3
vlfedk cos(2x + /6) < dks larq"B djus okys x ds ekuksa dk leqPp; gS&
2
 5 
(A) x   n, n  , n 
 6 
  
(B) x   2n  , 2n  , n 
 6 
 5 
(C) x   2n, 2n  , n 
 6 
  5 
(D) x   n  , n  , n 
 6 6 

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2
2. If the given graph is of f(x) = ax + bx + c, then which of the following options is/are true ?
;fn f(x) = ax2 + bx + c dk vkjs[k fn;k x;k gS rks fuEu esa ls dkSulk fodYi lgh gS ?

MATHEMATICS
b b b b
(A) = (B) =
2a 2a 2a 2a
b2  4ac b2  4ac b2  4ac b2  4ac
(C) =  (D) =
a a a a

If x, y, z  R such that x + y + z = 2, x + y + z = 6 and x + y + z = 8 then which of the following


2 2 2 3 3 3
3.
is/are CORRECT ?
;fn x, y, z  R bl izdkj gS fd x + y + z = 2, x2 + y2 + z2 = 6 vkSj x3 + y3 + z3 = 8 rc fuEu esa ls dkSulk
fodYi lgh gS ?
(A) xy + yz + zx = – 1 (B) xyz = 2
2 2 2 4 4 4
(C) (xy) + (yz) + (zx) = 9 (D) x + y + z = 18

4. If sin   cos    cos   sin   then sin 2 can be equal to

;fn sin   cos    cos   sin   rc sin 2 dk eku gks ldrk gS–
1 3 1 3
(A) (B) (C)  (D) 
4 4 4 4

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  
5. The least positive solution of cot  sin 2x  = 3 lies in

MATHEMATICS
3 3 
  
cot  sin 2x  = 3 dk U;wure /kukRed gy] fuEu varjky esa gS&
3 3 
          
(A)  0,  (B)  ,  (C)  ,  (D)  , 
 6  9 6  9 3  3 2
2 2
6. Tangents are drawn to the circle x + y = 32 from a point A lying on the x-axis. The tangents cut
the y axis at points B and C then the coordinates of A such that the area of the triangle ABC is
minimum may be
,d fcUnq A, x-v{k ij fLFkr gS] ls o`Ùk x2 + y2 = 32 ij Li'kZ js[kk,a [khpha xbZ gSA ;s Li'kZ js[kk,a y-v{k dks
fcUnq B vkSj C ij izfrPNsn djrh gS rc A ds funsZ'kkad gksxsa tcfd f=kHkqt ABC U;wure {ks=kQy gks&
(A) (4 2, 0) (B) (8, 0) (C) (–8, 0) (D) (–4 2, 0)

7. The distance between the two parallel lines is 1 unit. A point 'A' is choosen to lie between the line
at a distance 'd' from one of them. Triangle ABC is equilateral with B on one line and C on the
other parallel line. The length of the side of the equilateral triangle is
nks lekUrj js[kkvksa ds e/; nwjh 1 bdkbZ gSA fcUnq A js[kkvksa ds e/; bl çdkj pquk tkrk gS fd muesa ls ,d lss
d nqjh ij gSA f=kHkqt ABC ,d leckgq f=kHkqt gS ftlesa B ,d js[kk ij rFkk C nqljh lekUrj js[kk ij gSA rc
leckgq f=kHkqt ds Hkqtk dh yEckbZ gS&
2 (d2 – d  1)
(A)   d2  d  1 (B) 2 (C) 2 d2 – d  1 (D) d2 – d  1
3 3

2 2 2
8. If 4a + 9b – c + 12ab = 0 then a family of straight lines ax + by + c = 0 can be concurrent at
(A) (2, 3) (B) (–2, –3) (C) (3, 2) (D) none of these
2 2 2
;fn 4a + 9b – c + 12ab = 0 rc fdu fcUnq ij js[kk fudk; ax + by + c = 0 laxkeh gks ldrh gS&
(A) (2, 3) (B) (–2, –3) (C) (3, 2) (D) buesa ls dksbZ ugha

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SECTION – 2 : (Paragraph Type)

MATHEMATICS
[k.M – 2 : (vuqPNsn çdkj)
This section contains 3 paragraphs each describing theory, experiment, data etc. Six questions
relate to three paragraphs with two questions on each paragraph. Each question of a paragraph
has only one correct answer among the four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D).
bl [k.M esa fl)karksa] ç;ksxksa vkSj vk¡dM+ksa vkfn dks n'kkZus okys 3 vuqPNsn gSA rhuksa vuqPNsnksa ls lacaf/kr N%
ç'u gSa] ftuesa ls gj vuqPNsn ij nks ç'u gSaA fdlh Hkh vuqPNsn esa gj ç'u ds pkj fodYi (A), (B), (C) vkSj
(D) gSa] ftuesa ls dsoy ,d gh lgh gSA

Paragraph for Question Nos. 9 to 10 (iz'u 9 ls 10 ds fy, vuqPNsn)


2
Consider the figure corresponding to the quadratic expression y = x + bx + c
fn;k x;k fp=k O;atd f}?kkr y = x2 + bx + c dks fu:fir djrk gS rc

and answer the following questions


fuEu iz'uksa dks gy dhft,A

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9. If 2|OA| = |OB| then
;fn 2|OA| = |OB| rc -

MATHEMATICS
2 2 2 2
(A) c + 2b = 0 (B) b + 2c = 0 (C) c + b = 0 (D) b + c = 0

10. Sign of – b, – c respectively are


(A) positive, negative (B) negative, positive (C) negative, negative (D) positive, positive
– b, – c ds fpUg Øe'k% gks -
(A) /kukRed, _.kkRed (B) _.kkRed, /kukRed (C) _.kkRed, _.kkRed (D) /kukRed, /kukRed

Paragraph for Question Nos. 11 to 12 (iz'u 11 ls 12 ds fy, vuqPNsn)

2
Three points A, B, C are taken on the curve 6x – 8xy – 16 = 0.
oØ 6x2 – 8xy – 16 = 0 ij rhu fcUnq A, B, C fy, x, gSA

11. If P is any point on the curve then the minimum distance of point P form origin –
;fn oØ ij dksbZ fcUnq P gS rc P dh ewy fcUnw ls U;wure nwjh gS&
(A) 2 (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) 4

 5
12. If A  (2, ), B  (4, ) and C   –1,  and H is orthocentre of triangle A,B,C, then distance
 4
between orthocentres of ACH and BCH is

;fn A  (2, ), B  (4, ) vkSj C   –1,  gS rFkk f=kHkqt A, B, C dk yEcdsUnz H gS] rc ACH rFkk
5
 4
BCH ds yEcdsUnzksa ds e/; dh nwjh gksxh&
(A) 2 2 (B) 3 3 (C) 6 3 (D) 6 2

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Paragraph for Question Nos. 13 to 14 (iz'u 13 ls 14 ds fy, vuqPNsn)

MATHEMATICS
Taking cos(x – y), cos x, cos(x + y) as three non-zero consecutive terms of a progression, answer
the following.
ekuk fdlh Js<+h ds rhu Øekxr v'kwU; in cos(x – y), cos x, cos(x + y) gSA rc fuEu dks gy dhft,A

y
13. If given progression is H.P. of unequal terms, then | cos x.sec |=
2

2 1
(A) (B) (C) 1 (D) None of these
2
y
;fn fn;s x;s vleku in gjkRed Js<h esa gS rc | cos x.sec | =
2
1
(A) 2 (B) (C) 1 (D) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
2


14. If given progression is G.P., then sum of all possible common ratios is
;fn nh xbZ Js<+h xq.kksÙkj Js<h gS] rc lHkh lEHkkfor lkoZvuqikrksa dk ;ksx gS -
(A) 0 (B) 1 (C) 2 (D) 3

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SECTION – 3 : (Integer value correct Type)

MATHEMATICS
[k.M – 3 : (iw.kk±d eku lgh çdkj)
This section contains 8 questions. The answer to each question is a single digit integer, ranging
from 0 to 9 (both inclusive).
bl [k.M esa 8 ç'u gSaA çR;sd ç'u dk mÙkj 0 ls 9 rd ¼nkus ksa 'kkfey½ ds chp dk ,dy vadh; iw.kk±d gSA
2
15. The value of 'a' for which the sum of the squares of the roots of the equation x – (a – 2) x – a – 1 = 0
assumes the least value.
2
'a' dk og eku ftlds fy, lehdj.k x – (a – 2) x – a – 1 = 0 ds ewyks ds oxksZ dk ;ksx U;wure gksA

cosx –cosx
16. The number of real roots of the equation e –e –4 = 0, is
lehdj.k ecosx – e–cosx –4 = 0 ds okLrfod ewyksa dh la[;k gS&

For x  R , –12 sin x – 5 cos x = 2y – 8y + 21 find the real value of 'y' which satisfy the given
2
17.
equation.
lHkh x  R ds fy, 'y' dk okLrfod eku Kkr dhft, tks lehdj.k –12 sin x – 5 cos x = 2y2 – 8y + 21 dks
lUrq"V djrk gSA

th
18. Let Tr denote the r term of a G.P. for r = 1, 2, 3,…….. .If for some positive integers m and n, we
1 1 
have Tm = 2 and Tn = 2 , then T mn  = . The value of  is
n m   mn
2  
ekuk Tr ,d G.P. ds r osa in dks çnf'kZr djrk gS] tgk¡ r = 1, 2, 3,…….. gSA ;fn dqN /kukRed iw.kk±dksa m o
1 1 
n, ds fy;s Tm = 2
rFkk Tn = 2
, gS] rks T mn  = gksxkA  dk eku gS&
n m   mn
 2 

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19. If the line segment joining P (1, 3) and Q (5, 7) subtends a right angle at R (x,y) and area of
PQR = 2, then find the maximum number of such points R in the xy – plane.

MATHEMATICS
;fn fcUnq P (1, 3) vkSj Q (5, 7) dks feykus okyk js[kk[k.M fcUnq R(x,y) ij ledks.k vUrfjr djrk gS vkSj
 PQR dk {ks=kQy 2 oxZ bdkbZ gSA rc xy – lery esa bl izdkj ds fcUnqvksa R dh vf/kdre la[;k gksxhA

20. If 3sinx + 4cosx = 5 where x  (0, /2), then the value of 2sinx + cosx + 4tanx is
;fn 3sinx + 4cosx = 5 tgk¡ x  (0, /2) rc 2sinx + cosx + 4tanx dk eku gS -

2 2 2 2 2
21. If (b – 4ac) (1 + 4a ) < 64a , a < 0 and maximum value of quadratic expression ax + bx + c is
always less than k, (k ) then minimum value of k is
;fn (b2 – 4ac)2 (1 + 4a2) < 64a2, a < 0 rFkk f}?kkr O;atd ax2 + bx + c dk vf/kdre eku lnSo k,(k )
ls de gS rc k dk U;wure eku gS&

22. Number of integral values of ‘k’ for which the chord of the circle x2 + y2 = 125 passing through P(8,
k) gets bisected at P(8, k) and has integral slope is
k ds iw.kk±d ekuksa dh la[;k ftlds fy, o`Ùk x2 + y2 = 125 dh thok fcUnq P(8, k) ij lef}Hkkftr gksrh gS
rFkk iw.kk±d izo.krk j[krh gS&

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PART – II : PHYSICS

PHYSICS
SECTION-1 : (One or more option correct type)
[k.M–1 : (,d ;k vf/kd lgh fodYi çdkj)
This section contains 8 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C)
and (D) out of which ONE or MORE are correct.
bl [k.M esa 8 cgqfodYi ç'u gSA çR;sd ç'u esa pkj fodYi (A), (B), (C) vkSj (D) gS] ftuesa ls dsoy ,d
;k vf/kd lgh gSA

23. A small block of mass m is released from rest from point P in a smooth fixed hemispherical bowl of
radius R, as shown. Choose the correct alternative(s) :
(A) The speed of block at A is 2gR (B) The speed of block at B is gR
3mg 3mg
(C) The normal reaction at B is (D) The net force on the block at B is
2 2
m
O R
P
60°

A
m nzO;eku ds ,d NksVs CykWd dks R f=kT;k ds fpdus tM+or~ v)Z xksykdkj I;kys ds vUnj fcUnq P ls
fojkekoLFkk ls NksM+k tkrk gS tSlk fd fp=k esa iznf'kZr gSA lgh fodYiksa dk p;u dhft,
(A) A ij CykWd dh pky 2gR gSA (B) B ij CykWd dh pky gR gSA

3mg 3mg
(C) B ij vfHkyEc cy gS (D) B ij CykWd ij dqy cy gSA
2 2

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24. Which of the following statement(s) are always correct?

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(A) Total work done by all forces is equal to change in kinetic energy.
(B) Total work done by all forces is equal to the sum of the work done by each force individually.
(C) Total work done by all forces is equal to the work done by the resultant force during same
displacement of the object.
(D) Total work done by kinetic friction on the system is negative.

fuEu esa ls dkSuls dFku ges'kk lR; gksaxs \


(A) lHkh cyksa }kjk fd;k x;k dqy dk;Z xfrt ÅtkZ esa ifjorZu ds rqY; gksxkA
(B) lHkh cyksa }kjk fd;k x;k dqy dk;Z] vyx&vyx cyksa }kjk fd;s x;s dk;ksZ ds ;ksx ds cjkcj gksrk gSA
(C) lHkh cyksa }kjk fd;k x;k dqy dk;Z] buds ifj.kkeh cy }kjk oLrq ds] leku foLFkkiu ds fy, fd;s x;s
dk;Z ds cjkcj gksrk gSA
(D) fudk; ij xfrd ?k"kZ.k cy }kjk fd;k x;k dqy dk;Z _.kkRed gksrk gSA

25. A block of mass m is placed on a wedge. The wedge can be accelerated in four ways marked as
(1), (2), (3) and (4) as shown. If the normal reaction in situation (1), (2), (3) and (4) are N1, N2, N3
and N4 respectively and acceleration relative to the wedge with which the block slides down on the
wedge in situations are b1, b2, b3 and b4 respectively then : (Assume block does not lose contact
2
with wedge and take g = 10 m/s in negative Y direction)
m nzO;eku dk ,d xqVdk ,d ost ij j[kk gSA n'kkZ;s vuqlkj ost pkj izdkj ls Rofjr gksrk gS bu fLFkfr;ksa
dks (1), (2), (3) o (4) ls n'kkZ;k x;k gSA ;fn fLFkfr;ksa (1), (2), (3) o (4) esa vfHkyEc izfrfØ;k Øe'k% N1, N2,
N3 o N4 gSa ,oa ost ds lkis{k xqVds dk Roj.k ftlls xqVdk ost ij bu fLFkfr;ksa esa fQlyrk gS] os b1, b2, b3
vkSj b4 gSa rks : (ekuk CykWd ost ls lEidZ ugha NksM+rs gS rFkk g = 10 m/s2 _.kkRed Y fn'kk esa ekusa)

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(A) N3 > N1 > N2 > N4 (B) N4 > N3 > N1 > N2 (C) b2 > b3 > b4 > b1 (D) b2 > b3 > b1 > b4

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26. Block of mass m is released from rest when spring is in its natural length (assume pulley is ideal

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and block does not strike on ground during it's motion in vertical plane) than :
(A) maximum elongation in spring is 4 mg/k (B) maximum elongation in spring is 2 mg/k
2m2 g2 4m2 g2
(C) maximum kinetic energy of block is (D) maximum kinetic energy of block is
k k

m nzO;eku ds CykWd dks fojkekoLFkk ls NksM+k tkrk gS] tc ;g fLçax mldh vfod`r voLFkk esa gSA (ekfu, fd
f?kjuh vkn'kZ gS CykWd mldh Å/okZ/kj xfr ds nkSjku lrg ls ugha Vdjkrk gS ) rc :
(A) fLçax esa vf/kdre çlkj 4 mg/k gSA (B) fLçax esa vf/kdre çlkj 2 mg/k gSA
2m2 g2 4m2 g2
(C) CykWd dh vf/kdre xfrt ÅtkZ gS (D) CykWd dh vf/kdre xfrt ÅtkZ gSA
k k

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27. One end of an ideal spring (spring constant k) is attached to a rigid wall and other end to a block

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kept on a horizontal smooth surface .The spring is always horizontal .The block is pulled and
released from rest when the spring is elongated by x then,
1 2
(A) The maximum work done by the spring on the block in the subsequent motion is kx
2
(B) The block comes to rest when the spring is in its undeformed state
(C) The spring always does positive work when the block moves away from the wall.
(D) The spring does negative work whenever the block slows down.
vkn'kZ fLizax ¼fLizax fu;rkad k½ dk ,d fljk ,d n`<+ nhokj ls tqM+k gqvk gS rFkk nqljk fljk ?k"kZ.k jfgr {kSfrt
lrg ij fLFkr CykWd ls tqM+k gqvk gSA fLizax lnSo {kSfrt jgrh gSA CykWd dks fojkekoLFkk ls f[kapdj NksM+k
tkrk gS] tc fLizax x foLrkfjr gksrh gSA
1 2
(A) vkxs dh xfr esa fLizax }kjk CykWd ij fd;k x;k vf/kdre dk;Z kx gksxkA
2
(B) CykWdfojkekoLFkk eas vk tkrk gS] tc fLizax viuh vfod`r voLFkk esa vkrh gSA
(C) tc CykWd nhokj ls nqj xfr djrk gS rc fLizax lnSo /kukRed dk;Z djrh gSA
(D) tc CykWd /khek gksrk gS rc fLizax _.kkRed dk;Z djrh gSA

28. Which of the following forces is/are conservative. (Consider K as constant)


fuEu esa ls dkSulk@dkSuls cy laj{kh gSA (K dks fu;r ekusa)
   
(A) F  K(x 2 ˆi  y 2 ˆj) (B) F  K(y 2 ˆi  x 2 ˆj) (C) F  K(yiˆ  xj)
ˆ (D) F  xy(iˆ  ˆj)

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29. Ball A is projected from ground and ball B is dropped from the top of a tower simultaneously as

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shown. In which of the following cases will A and B collide ? (g = 10 m/s2)
fp=kkuqlkj xsan A dks tehu ls iz{ksfir fd;k tkrk gS rFkk leku le; ij xsan B dks feukj ds 'kh"kZ ls NksM+k
tkrk gSA rks fuEu esa ls fdl fLFkfr esa xasn A rFkk B vkil esa Vdjk;sxh ? (g = 10 m/s2)

(A) u  20ms1,   45o (B) u  30ms1,   45o

(C) u  40ms1,   45o (D) u  40ms1,   30o

30. If wind is blowing in horizontal direction (providing only a constant horizontal force to the particle),
then as compared to the situation in which the wind was not blowing, choose the correct
alternative(s) for ground to ground projectile in a vertical plane :
(A) time of flight of projectile remains unchanged.
(B) horizontal range of projectile must decrease.
(C) horizontal range of projectile may remain same.
(D) maximum height attained by the projectile remain unchanged.
;fn gok {kSfrt fn'kk esa izokfgr (tksfd d.k ij ,d fu;r {kSfrt cy vkjksfir djrh gS) gks rks ml fLFkfr dh
rqyuk djrs gq,] tc gok izokfgr ugha gksA blds fy, fuEu fodYiksa esa ls tehu ls tehu ij Å/okZ/kj ry esa
iz{kSi.k ds fy, lgh fodYi pqfu,A
(A) iz{kSI; dk mì;u dky vifjofrZr jgrk gSA
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(B) iz{kSI; dh {kSfrt ijkl ?kVuh pkfg,A
(C) iz{kSI; dh {kSfrt ijkl vifjofrZr jg ldrh gSA
(D) iz{kSI; }kjk izkIr vf/kdre Å¡pkbZ vifjofrZr jgsxhA

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SECTION – 2 : (Paragraph Type)

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[k.M – 2 : (vuqPNsn çdkj)
This section contains 3 paragraphs each describing theory, experiment, data etc. Six questions
relate to three paragraphs with two questions on each paragraph. Each question of a paragraph
has only one correct answer among the four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D).
bl [k.M esa fl)karksa] ç;ksxksa vkSj vk¡dM+ksa vkfn dks n'kkZus okys 3 vuqPNsn gSA rhuksa vuqPNsnksa ls lacaf/kr N%
ç'u gSa] ftuesa ls gj vuqPNsn ij nks ç'u gSaA fdlh Hkh vuqPNsn esa gj ç'u ds pkj fodYi (A), (B), (C) vkSj
(D) gSa] ftuesa ls dsoy ,d gh lgh gSA

Paragraph for Question Nos. 31 to 32


iz'u 31 ls 32 ds fy, vuqPNsn
The coefficient of friction between the surface of 25 kg block and fixed vertical wall
is 0.4, and that between both the blocks is also 0.4. All t he shown pulleys are light
and frictionless. Strings are light, perfectly inextensible and smooth. The applied
force F is perpendicular to the surface of 15 kg block. (Take g = 10 m/s 2 )
fLFkj nhokj (wall) rFkk 25 kg CykWd ds chp ?k"kZ.k xq.kkad 0.4 gS rFkk nksauks CykWdksa ds e/; ?k"kZ.k xq.kkad dk
eku 0.4. gSA çnf'kZr lHkh f?kjfu;ka ?k"kZ.kjfgr rFkk gYdh gSA Mksjh Hkh gYdh] iw.kZr;k vforkU; rFkk fpduh
gSA vkjksfir cy F ] 15 kg nzO;eku ds CykWd dh lrg ds yEcor~ vjksfir gSA (g = 10 m/s 2 ysosa)

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31. To have the complete system in static equilibrium, the magnitude of minimum

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horizontal force F needed towards left as shown is equal to:
125
(A) 62.5 N (B) 150 N (C) N (D) None of these
4
lEiw.kZ fudk; dks LFkk;h lkE;koLFkk esa j[kus ds fy, fp=kkuqlkj cka;h rjQ yxk;s x;s U;wure {kSfrt cy F dk
ifjek.k gksxkA
125
(A) 62.5 N (B) 150 N (C) N (D) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
4

32. In the equilibrium state, the direction of frictional forc e exerted by vertical wall on
25 kg block and the direction of frictional force exerted by 25 kg block on 15 kg
block respectively are :
(A) upwards, upwards (B) upwards, downwards
(C) downwards, upwards (D) downwards, downwards
lkE;koLFkk dh fLFkfr esa 25 kg ds CykWd ij Å/okZ/kj nhokj }kjk yxk;s x;s ?k"kZ.k cy ,oa 15 kg CykWd ij
25 kg CYkkWd }kjk yxk;s x;s ?k"kZ.k cy dh fn'kk gksxh &
(A) Åij dh vksj, Åij dh vksj (B) Åij dh vksj, uhps dh vksj
(C) uhps dh vksj, Åij dh vksj (D) uhps dh vksj, uhps dh vksj

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Paragraph for Question Nos. 33 to 34

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iz'u 33 ls 34 ds fy, vuqPNsn
Three blocks A,B & C are connected with the help of light inextensible strings as shown. Pulley is
massless, frictionless and wedge is fixed. The coefficient of friction between B and wedge as well
as between C and wedge is 0.5, masses of blocks A, B and C are 4 kg, 3kg and 2kg respectively.
fp=kkuqlkj rhu CykWd A, B rFkk C gYdh vfoLrkfjr jLlh dh lgk;rk tqM+s gq, gSA gYdh rFkk ?k"kZ.kjfgr
f?kjuh] tM+or~ urry ij tqM+h gqbZ gSA urry rFkk CykWd B ds e/; ,oa CykWd C o urry ds e/; ?k"kZ.k
xq.kkad 0.5 gSA A, B rFkk C ds nzO;eku Øe'k% 4 kg, 3kg rFkk 2kg gSA

C A

37° Fixed
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33. Frictional force acting on block C is
(A) 2 N up the incline (B) 2 N down the incline
(C) 8 N up the incline (D) 8 N down the incline
CykWd C ij dk;Zjr~ ?k"kZ.k cy gksxkA
(A) 2 N urry ds vuqfn'k Åij dh rjQ (B) 2 N urry ds vuqfn'k uhps dh rjQ
(C) 8 N urry ds vuqfn'k Åij dh rjQ (D) 8 N urry ds vuqfn'k uhps dh rjQ

34. Tension in the string connecting B and C is


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B rFkk C ls tqM+h gqbZ jLlh esa ruko gksxkA
(A) 4 N (B) 8 N (C) 10 N (D) 20 N

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Paragraph for Question Nos. 35 to 36

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iz'u 35 ls 36 ds fy, vuqPNsn
From the bottom of the inner surface of a fixed smooth hollow sphere of radius R a particle is
7
projected horizontally with a velocity gR. If centre ‘O’ of the sphere is taken as origin, then
2
7
tM+or~ fpdus R f=kT;k ds [kks[kys xksys dh vkUrfjd lrg ds fuEure~ fcUnq ls ,d d.k dks osx gR }kjk
2
{kSfrtr~ iz{kSfir fd;k tkrk gSA ;fn xksys dk dsUnz ‘O’ ewy fcUnq ekuk tk;s rks
Y

O X

35. The particle will leave the contact from surface of sphere at
d.k xksys dh vkUrfjd lrg ds fdl fcUnq ij xksys ls lEiZd NksM+sxkA
 R 3R   3R R   3R R 
(B)  , , 
 2 2 
(A) (0, R) (C)  ,  (D) 
 2 2   2 2 
   

36. The particle after leaving the sphere, again hits the sphere at time instant t =
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(Take t = 0, when the particle left the sphere)
6R 3R 8R
(A) t  (B) t  (C) t  (D) None of these
g g g

xksys ls lEiZd NksM+us ds i'pkr~ d.k iqu% xksys ij fdl le; t ij Vdjk;sxkA
(ekuk t = 0 ij d.k xksys ls lEiZd NksM+rk gSA)
6R 3R 8R
(A) t  (B) t  (C) t  (D) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
g g g

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SECTION-3 : (Integer value correct Type)
[k.M–3 : (iw.kkZad eku lgh çdkj)
This section contains 8 questions. The answer to each question is a single digit integer, ranging
from 0 to 9 (both inclusive)
bl [k.M esa 8 ç'u gSA çR;sd ç'u dk mÙkj 0 ls 9 rd ¼nksauks 'kkfey½ ds chp dk ,dy vadh; iw.kkZad
gSA

37. A block of mass 60 kg is released from rest when compression in the spring is 2m (natural length
of spring is 8m). Surface AB is smooth while surface BC is rough. Block travels d distance before
coming to complete rest. Value of d (in meters) is : [g = 10 m/s2]
60 kg nzO;eku ds ,d CykWd dks fojkekoLFkk ls NksM+k tkrk gS] tc fLizax 2m laihfMr gSA (fLizax dh izkÑfrd
yEckbZ 8m gSA) lrg AB fpduh gSA tcfd lrg BC [kqjnjh gSA CykWd iw.kZ :i ls :dus ls igys d nwjh r;
djrk gSA rc d (ehVj esa) dk eku gS& [g = 10 m/s2]

¼[kqjnjk½

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38. Consider the system of 2 pulleys as shown in figure. Mass of block A is m1 and masses of blocks B

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and C are identical and equal to m2. Both the pulleys are smooth and strings are light and
inextensible.
fp=k esa n'kkZ;s vuqlkj nks f?kjuh ds fudk; dks ysrs gsA nksauks f?kjuh;ka fpduh o Mksfj;ka gYdh ,oa vforkU; gSA
CykWd A dk nzO;eku m1 rFkk CykWd B ,oa C dk nzO;eku ,d leku gS] tks fd m2 ds cjkcj gSA

\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\

m1
If acceleration of m1 was 5 m/sec2 downward then find the value of (Take g = 10 m/s2)
m2
m1
;fn m1 dk uhps dh vksj Roj.k 5 m/sec2 gks rks dk eku Kkr djksA (g = 10 m/s2)
m2

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39. Two particles of masses m1 and m2 are connected as shown. The strings are massless and

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inextensible and gravity is absent. If the system is rotated about O with uniform angular velocity ,
5 m
the ratio of tensions in the strings is , then find the ratio 1 . (Both the strings remain in the
2 m2
straight line during rotation).
m1 rFkk m2 nzO;eku ds nks d.k fp=kkuqlkj tqM+s gq, gSA jLlh;ka nzO;ekughu ,oa vforkU; gS] ,oe~ xq:Ro
vuqifLFkr gSA ;fn fudk; O ds ifjr% le:i dksf.k; osx  ls ?kw.kZu dj jgk gks rks jLLkh;ksa esa ruko dk
5 m1
vuqikr gS] rks vuqikr Kkr djksA (?kw.kZu xfr ds nkSjku nksuksa jLlh;ka ,d ljy js[kk esa jgrh gSA )
2 m2

1
40. A position dependent force F  | x  4 | is acting along x-axis, where x is in meter and F is in
2
Newton. Find the work done (in joule) by the force in moving a particle from origin to x = 8 m
rectilinearly along x-axes.
1
fLFkfr ij fuHkZj cy F  | x  4 | , x-v{k ds vuqfn'k vjksfir gSA ;gk¡ x ehVj esa rFkk F U;wVu esa gS x-v{k
2
ds vuqfn'k ljy jsf[k; xfr ds nkSjku ewy fcUnq ls x = 8 rd cy }kjk xfr'khy d.k ij fd;k x;k dk;Z
¼twy esa½ Kkr djksA

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41. A ball of mass m is suspended vertically from point 'O' with the help of an inextensible massless

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string of length = 1m. The point of suspension 'O' is at a height of 3.5 m above the ground. The
ball is taken to a point P vertically above the point of suspension such that the string is just tight
and given a horizontal velocity g m/s , where g is acceleration due to gravity. If the breaking
tension of string is 6mg, find the horizontal displacement (in meter) of the ball from point P just
before it hits the ground.
fp=kkuqlkj m nzO;eku dh xsUn dks = 1m yEckbZ dh vforkU; nzO;ekughu jLlh dh lgk;rk ls fcUnq 'O' ls
Å/okZ/kj fuyfEcr fd;k x;k gSA fuyEcu fcUnq 'O' tehu ls 3.5 ehVj Å¡pkbZ ij gSA xsUn dks fuyEcu fcUnq ls
Bhd Åij fcUnq P ij bl izdkj ys tk;k tkrk gS fd jLlh ruh gqbZ gS] rFkk ;gk¡ ls xsUn dks {kSfrt fn'kk esa
g m/s osx fn;k tkrk gSA ;gk osx fn;k tkrk gSA ;gk¡ g xq:Ro ds dkj.k Roj.k gSA ;fn jLlh dh ruu

lkeF;Z 6 mg gks rks tehu ls Vdjkrs le; fcUnq P ls xsUn dk {kSfrt foLFkkiu (ehVj esa) Kkr djksA
m/s
P

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42. The position of a particle moving along X-axis is given by x  2t  9t  12t  7 , where x is in3 2

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meter and t in seconds. If the distance covered by the particle in 3s is (6 + y) m, find the value of y.
X-v{k ds vuqfn'k xfr'khy d.k dh fLFkfr x  2t 3  9t 2  12t  7 }kjk nh tkrh gSA tgk¡ x ehVj esa rFkk
t lSd.M esa gSA ;fn 3 lSd.M esa d.k }kjk r; nwjh (6 + y) m gks rks y dk eku Kkr dhft,A

43. A block of mass 3 kg moving with a speed 1ms1 collides with a spring of spring constant 100 N/m
as shown. Portion AB of the surface is smooth while BC is rough. The minimum value of coefficient
1
of friction for which block will not bounce back once the spring is compressed, is . Find the value
n
of n.
fp=kkuqlkj 3 kg nzO;eku dk CykWd 1 ms–1 pky ls xfr djrk gqvk 100 N/m cy fu;rkad dh fLiazx ls
Vdjkrk gSA lrg dk AB Hkkx fpduk gS] tcfd BC Hkkx [kqjnjk gSA fLiazx ds lfEiMu dh fLFkfr esa CykWd }kjk
1
,d ckj :dus ds i'pkr~ ;fn nqckjk xfr ugha gks rks blds fy, vko';d U;wure ?k"kZ.k xq.kkad gSA n dk
n
eku Kkr dhft,A

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K
3 kg
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A B C

44. The position x of a particle with respect to time t moving along x-axis is given by x  9t 2  t 3 , Where
x is in meters and t in seconds. The position of this particle when it achieves maximum speed
along the positive x direction is 9n. Find n ?
x-v{k ds vuqfn'k xfr'khy d.k dh fdlh le; t ij fLFkfr x  9t 2  t 3 , }kjk nh tkrh gSA ;gk¡ x ehVj esa
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rFkk t lSd.M esa gSA tc d.k /kukRed x-fn'kk ds vuqfn'k xfr djrk gqvk vf/kdre pky izkIr djrk gSA rc
bldh fLFkfr 9 n gks rks n dk eku Kkr dhft,A

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PART III : CHEMISTRY

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Atomic masses : [H = 1, D = 2, Li = 7, C = 12, N = 14, O = 16, F = 19, Na = 23, Mg = 24, Al = 27, Si = 28,
P = 31, S = 32, Cl = 35.5, K = 39, Ca = 40, Cr = 52, Mn = 55, Fe = 56, Cu = 63.5, Zn = 65, As = 75,
Br = 80, Ag = 108, I = 127, Ba = 137, Hg = 200, Pb = 207]

SECTION – 1 : (One or more options correct Type)


[k.M – 1 : (,d ;k vf/kd lgh fodYi çdkj)
This section contains 8 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C)
and (D) out of which ONE or MORE are correct.
bl [k.M esa 8 cgqfodYi ç'u gSaA çR;sd ç'u esa pkj fodYi (A), (B), (C) vkSj (D) gSa] ftuesa ls ,d ;k vf/kd
lgh gSA

45. 1st excitation potential for the H-like (hypothetical) sample is 24 V. Then :
(A) Ionisation energy of the sample is 36 eV
(B) Ionisation energy of the sample is 32 eV
(C) Binding energy of 3rd excited state is 2 eV

(D) 2nd excitation potential of the sample is 32 x 8 V


9
,d H-leku ijek.kq ¼dkYifud½ ds çkn'kZ ds fy, 1st mRrstu foHko 24 V gSA rc %
(A) çkn'kZ dh vk;uu ÅtkZ 36 eV gSA
(B) çkn'kZ dh vk;uu ÅtkZ 32 eV gSA
(C) 3rd mÙksftr voLFkk dh ca/ku ÅtkZ 2 eV gSA
32 x 8
(D) çkn'kZ dk 2nd mÙkstu foHko V gSA
9

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46. According to Maxwell's distribution of molecular speeds, the following graph has been drawn for

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two different samples of gases A and B at temperature T1 and T2 respectively. Then the

INCORRECT statements are :

(A) If T1 = T2, then gas B can be SO2 and gas A can be CO2.

(B) If gases A and B are CO2 & N2O, then T1 > T2.

(C) If T1 < T2, then gases A and B cannot be CO2 and SO2 respectively

(D) None of these

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eSDlosy ds v.kqvksa ds osx forj.k ds vuqlkj rkieku] T1 o T2 ij Øe'k% xSl A o B ds nks fHkUu izkn'kksa ds

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fy, fuEu vkjs[k [khapk tkrk gSa rc] dkSuls dFku xyr gSa %

(A) ;fn T1 = T2, rks xSl B, SO2 rFkk A, CO2 gks ldrh gSA

(B) ;fn xSl A o B Øe'k% CO2 & N2O gks] rks T1 > T2.

(C) ;fn T1 < T2, rks xSl A o B Øe'k% CO2 o SO2 ugha gks ldrh gSA

(D) buesa ls dksbZ ugha 

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47. A mixture containing N2 & H2 in 1 : 3 by mol is partially converted into NH3 gas. The NH3 formed
completely neutalised by 200 ml of 2.5 M H3PO4. Select correct options.

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Assume the reaction as NH3 + H3PO4  (NH4)3PO4
(A) Vapour density of first gas mixture (containing N2, H2 and NH3) if NH3 is not neutalised by
H3PO4 is 6.8
(B) Number of moles of NH3 produced is 0.75 mol
(C) Number of moles of NH3 produced is 1.5 mol
(D) Number of moles of NH3 produced is 0.5 mol

N2 o H2 ;qDr ,d feJ.k dks 1 : 3 eksykuqikr ls vkaf'kd :i ls NH3 xSl esa ifjofrZr fd;k tkrk gSA cuk;h
x;h NH3 xSl dks 2.5 M H3PO4 ds 200 ml }kjk iw.kZ :i ls mnklhu fd;k tkrk gSA lgh fodYi dk p;u
dhft,A
vfHkfØ;k NH3 + H3PO4  (NH4)3PO4 ds vuqlkj
(A) izFke xSl feJ.k (N2, H2 o NH3 ;qDr) dk ok"i ?kuRo 6.8 gS ;fn NH3 dks H3PO4 }kjk mnklhu ugha fd;k
tkrk gksA
(B) mRikfnr NH3 ds eksyks dh la[;k 0.75 eksy gSA
(C) mRikfnr NH3 ds eksyks dh la[;k 1.5 eksy gSA
(D) mRikfnr NH3 ds eksyks dh la[;k 0.5 eksy gSA

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48. A sodium street light gives off yellow light that has a wavelength of 600 nm. Then
(A) frequency of this light is 7× 1014 s–1

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(B) frequency of this light is 5× 1014 s–1
(C) wavenumber of the light is 3 × 106 m–1
(D) energy of the photon is approximately 2.07 eV

,d lksfM;e LVªhV ykbV gYdh ihyh jks'kuh nsrh gS ftldh rajx ns/;Z 600 nm. rc
(A) bl izdk'k dh vko`fr 7× 1014 s–1 gSA
(B) bl izdk'k dh vko`fr 5× 1014 s–1 gSA
(C) izdk'k dh rajx la[;k 3 × 106 m–1 gSA
(D) QksVksu dh ÅtkZ yxHkx 2.07 eV gSA

49. Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct :


(A) Tollen’s reagent can distinguish propene and propyne
(B) Iodoform test can distinguish propanone and ethanal
(C) Lucas reagent can distinguish 1-propanol and 2-propanol
(D) NaHCO3 can distinguish phenol and benzoic acid.

fuEu esa ls dkSulk/dkSuls dFku lgh gS %


(A) VkWysu vfHkdeZd izksihu o izksikbu dks foHksfnr dj ldrk gSA
(B) vk;ksMksQkWeZ ijh{k.k izksisuksu o ,FksuSy dks foHksfnr dj ldrk gSA
(C) Y;wdkWl vfHkdeZd 1-izksisukWy rFkk 2-izksisukWy dks foHksfnr dj ldrk gSA
(D) NaHCO3 fQukWy o csUtksbd vEy dks foHksfnr dj ldrk gSA

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50. Which of the following statements are true for resonance ?
(A) The contributing structures should have same or nearly similar energies.

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(B) The contributing structures should be represented such that like charges reside on atoms that
are far apart.
(C) The more electropositive element should preferably have positive charge and the more
electronegative element have negative charge.
(D) The actual structure of molecule keeps oscillating rapid by between its difference contributing
structures.

fuEu esa ls dkSuls dFku vuqukn ds fy, lgh gSa ?


(A) ;ksxnku nsus okyh lajpukvksa dh ÅtkZ leku vFkok yxHkx leku gksuh pkfg,A
(B) ;ksxnku nsus okyh lajpukvksa esa leku vkos'k nwj&nwj fLFkr ijek.kqvksa ij mifLFkr gksuk pkfg,A
(C) vf/kd oS|qr /kukRed rRo ij /kukos'k rFkk vf/kd oS|qr_.kh rRo ij _.kkos'k gksuk pkfg,A
(D) v.kq dh okLrfod lajpuk blds ;ksxkRed lajpukvksa ds vUrj ds e/; rhozrk ls nksyu djrh jgrh gSA

51. Which of the following statements is/are correct ?


(A) Highest possible oxidation state for any element generally increases across the period in
p-block.
(B) Electron gain enthalpy values of elements may be exothermic (negative) or endothermic
(positive).
(C) Amongst Li–, Be– , B– and C– , Li– is least stable ion .
(D) Te2– > I– > Cs+ > Ba2+ represents the correct decreasing order of ionic radii.

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fuEu esa ls dkSulk@dkSuls dFku lgh gS \

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(A) p-CykWd esa vkorZ dh vksj tkus ij lkekU;r;% fdlh rRo ds fy, mPpre lEHko vkWDlhdj.k voLFkk esa

o`f) gksrh gSA

(B) rRoksa dh bysDVªkWu xzg.k ,UFkSYih dk eku Å"ek{ksih ¼_.kkRed½ ;k Å"ek'kks"kh ¼/kukRed½ gks ldrk gSA

(C) Li–, Be– , B– rFkk C– esa Li– lcls de LFkk;h vk;u gSA

(D) Te2– > I– > Cs+ > Ba2+ vk;fud f=kT;k ds lgh vojksgh Øe dks iznf'kZr djrk gSA

52. All the bonds do not have same bond length in which of the following ?

fuEu esa ls fdleas lHkh cU/kksa dh cU/k yEckbZ leku ugha gS\

(A) SF4 (B) XeF4 (C) HCO3– (D) ClF3

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SECTION – 2 : (Paragraph Type)

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[k.M – 2 : (vuqPNsn çdkj)
This section contains 3 paragraphs each describing theory, experiment, data etc. Six questions
relate to three paragraphs with two questions on each paragraph. Each question of a paragraph
has only one correct answer among the four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D).
bl [k.M esa fl)karksa] ç;ksxksa vkSj vk¡dM+ksa vkfn dks n'kkZus okys 3 vuqPNsn gSA rhuksa vuqPNsnksa ls lacaf/kr N%
ç'u gSa] ftuesa ls gj vuqPNsn ij nks ç'u gSaA fdlh Hkh vuqPNsn esa gj ç'u ds pkj fodYi (A), (B), (C) vkSj
(D) gSa] ftuesa ls dsoy ,d gh lgh gSA

Paragraph for Question Nos.53 & 54


iz'u la[;k 53 vkSj 54 dk vuqPNsn
Lunar caustic (AgNO3) is prepared by heating silver with dilute nitric acid according to the reaction:

3 Ag + 4 HNO3  3AgNO3 + NO(g) + 2 H2O ... (1)


The solution is concentrated and cooled when crystals of silver nitrate separate out.
On heating above its melting point, silver nitrate decomposes to silver nitrite and oxygen as :

2 AgNO3(s)  2AgNO2(s) + O2(g) ... (2)


However, when heated red hot, it gives metallic silver according to the reaction :

2AgNO3 (s)  2Ag(s) + 2NO2 (g) + O2(g) .... (3)


Based on the above information, answer the following questions :

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ywukj dkLVhd (AgNO3) dk fuekZ.k flYoj (Ag) dks] ruq ukbfVªd vEy (HNO3) ds lkFk xeZ djds fuEu
vfHkfØ;k vuqlkj djrs gS %

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3 Ag + 4 HNO3  3AgNO3 + NO(g) + 2 H2O ... (1)

foy;u dks lkanz rFkk B.Mk fd;k tkrk gS tc] flYoj ukbVªsV ds fØLVy i`Fkd gks tkrs gSaA
bls blds xyukad ds Åij xeZ djus ij flYoj ukbVªsV dk flYoj ukbVªkbV rFkk vkWDlhtu esa] fuEu vfHkfØ;k
ds vuqlkj fo;kstu gks tkrk gS %

2 AgNO3(s)  2AgNO2(s) + O2(g) ... (2)

;|fi] tc bls jDr rIr gksus rd xeZ fd;k tkrk gS rc ;g fuEu vfHkfØ;k vuqlkj /kkfRod flYoj nsrk gSA

2AgNO3 (s)  2Ag(s) + 2NO2 (g) + O2(g) .... (3)

mDr lwpukvksa ds vk/kkj ij] fuEu ç'uksa ds mÙkj nhft;sa\

53. A 5 g silver coin completely reacted with 25 ml of dilute HNO3 (6.3%w/w) having density 1.33 g/ml
st
according to 1 reaction. The percentage of silver in the coin is :
,d 5 g ds pk¡nh ds flDds (silver coin) dks 25 ml ruq (HNO3) ¼Hkkj@Hkkj 6.3%) ftldk ?kuRo 1.33 g/ml gS]
ds lkFk 1st vfHkfØ;k ds vuqlkj iw.kZ :i ls vfHkd`r djk;k x;k rc] pkanh ds flDds esa flYoj ¼pkanh½ dk
çfr'kr gS &
(A) 27% (B) 20% (C) 54% (D) 40%

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54. The total volume at STP of the gaseous products obtained when crystals of AgNO3 obtained from
1st reaction are divided into 2 equal parts and allowed to decompose according to 2nd and 3rd

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reactions, if only 80% AgNO3 crystallises from 1st reaction, is :
mijksDr ç'u esa] çkIr xSlh; mRiknksa dk STP ij dqy vk;ru Kkr dhft,] tc vfHkfØ;k 1st ls çkIr AgNO3
ds fØLVyksa dks] nks leku Hkkxksa esa foHkkftr fd;k x;k rFkk 2nd rFkk 3rd vfHkfØ;kvksa ds vuqlkj fo;ksftr gksus
fn;k x;kA ;fn çFke vfHkfØ;k esa dsoy 80% AgNO3 fØLVyhd`r gksrk gSA
(A) 448 ml (B) 336 ml (C) 224 ml (D) 112 ml

Paragraph for Question Nos.55 & 56


iz'u la[;k 55 vkSj 56 dk vuqPNsn

Consider the adjacent diagram to answer these questions.

Initially, flask A contained oxygen gas at 27ºC and 950 mm of Hg and flask B contained neon gas
at 27ºC and 900 mm of Hg. Finally, the two flasks were joined by means of a narrow tube of
negligible volume equipped with a stop cock and gases were allowed to mixup freely. The final
pressure in the combined system was found to be 910 mm of Hg at 27ºC.
(Take R = 1/12 lt. atm mol–1 K–1)

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fuEu iz'uksa ds mÙkj fuEu fp=k ds vuqlkj nhft;s \

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izkjEHk esa, ik=k A, 27ºC rFkk Hg ds 950 mm nkc ij vkDlhtu xSl rFkk ik=k B, 27ºC rFkk Hg ds 900 mm

nkc ij, fuvkWu xSl j[krs gSA vUrr% tc ux.; vk;ru okyh] LVkWi dksd ¼vojks/kd½ ;qDr ladjh ufydk] ls

nksuksa ik=kkas dks la;ksftr fd;k tkrk gS rFkk bUgs eqDr :i ls fefJr gksus fn;k tkrk gS] la;ksftr ra=k esa 27º C

ij vfUre nkc Hg ds 910 mm ik;k x;kA

(fn;k gS % R = 1/12 lt. atm mol–1 K–1)

55. What is the correct relationship between volumes of the two flasks ?

nksuks ik=kksa ds vk;ru ds e/; lgh lEcU/k D;k gS \

(A) VB = 3VA (B) VB = 4VA (C) VB = 5VA (D) VB = 0.5VA

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56. If volume of flask B was measured to be 10 litre, mass of oxygen gas present initially in flask A

was :

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;fn ik=k B dk vk;ru 10 litre ekik x;k rc ik=k A esa izkjEHk esa mifLFkr vkWDlhtu xSl dk nzO;eku D;k Fkk\

(A) 2 gm (B) 4 gm (C) 8 gm (D) 16 gm

Paragraph for Question Nos.57 & 58

iz'u la[;k 57 vkSj 58 dk vuqPNsn

Valence shell electron pair repulsion theory (VSEPR) can be used to predict the approximate

shape of a molecule. Electrons in bonds and in lone pairs can be thought of as "charge cloud" that

repel one another and stay as for apart posible, thus causing molecules to assume specific

shapes.

The repulsive interactions of electron pairs decrease in the order :

Lone pair-lone pair > Lone pair-bond pair > Bond pair-bond pair.

These repulsions effect result in deviations from idealized shapes and alteration in bond angles in

molecules.

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la;kstdrk dks'k bysDVªkWu ;qXe izfrd"kZ.k fl)kUr (VSEPR) dk mi;ksx fdlh ,d v.kq dh lEHkkfor vkd`fr ds

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fu/kkZj.k ds fy, fd;k tkrk gSA cfU/kr bysDVªkWu rFkk ,dkdh bysDVªkWu ;qXe dks ^^vkos'k vHkz** ekuk tkrk gS tks

,d&nwljs dks izfrdf"kZr djrs gSa rFkk ;FkklEHko fLFkfr ij ,d&nwljs ls nwj jgrs gSa tgka ,d&nwljksa dks

izfrd"kZ.k vuqHko uk gks] ftlds ifj.kkeLo:i v.kq ,d fof'k"V T;kferh ¼vkÑfr½ /kkj.k dj ysrk gSA

bysDVªkWu ;qXe dk vUrZfØ;k izfrd"kZ.k fuEu Øe ds vuqlkj ?kVrk gS %

,dkdh ;qXe & ,dkdh ;qXe > ,dkdh ;qXe&ca/k ;qXe > ca/k ;qXe&ca/k ;qXe

bl izfrd"kZ.k izHkko ds dkj.k v.kq esa vkn'kZ vkd`fr ls fopyu rFkk ca/k dks.k esa ifjorZu izkIr gksrk gSA

57. The species which has pyramidal shape is :

fuEu esa ls dkSulh Lih'kht fijkfeMy vkd`fr j[krh gS %

(A) Cl3 (B) SO3 (C) PCl3 (D) BCl3

58. Which of the following is not linear ?

fuEu esa ls dkSulk js[kh; ugha gS ?

(A) 3– (B) Cl2+ (C) HgCl2 (D) XeF2

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SECTION – 3 : (Integer value correct Type)

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[k.M – 3 : (iw.kk±d eku lgh çdkj)

This section contains 8 questions. The answer to each question is a single digit integer, ranging
from 0 to 9 (both inclusive).
bl [k.M esa 8 ç'u gSaA çR;sd ç'u dk mÙkj 0 ls 9 rd ¼nkus ksa 'kkfey½ ds chp dk ,dy vadh; iw.kk±d gSA

59. Calculate the change in pressure (in atm) when 2 mole of NO and 16 g O2 in a 6.25 litre container

originally at 27°C react to produce the maximum quantity of NO2 possible according to the

equation.

1
2NO(g) + O2(g)  2NO2(g) (Take R  lt atm/mol K)
12

nkc (atm esa) esa ifjorZu Kkr dhft, tc NO ds 2 eksy o O2 ds 16 g dks ,d 6.25 yhVj ds ik=k esa 27°C

ij okLrfod :i ls fuEu lehdj.k ds vuqlkj fØ;k }kjk NO2 dh vf/kdre laHko ek=kk mRikfnr djus ds

fy, j[kk tkrk gSA

1
2NO(g) + O2(g)  2NO2(g) (yhft, R  lt atm/mol K)
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60. How many of the following statements are correct ?
(1) Partial pressure of O2 gas will increase if He gas is introduced isothermally in a rigid vessel

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having O2 and N2 gases (ideal).

P
(2) Vs P graph will be a rectangular hyperbola for a fixed amount of an ideal gas at constant
V
temperature.
V 1
(3) Vs 2 graph will be a straight line for a fixed amount of an ideal gas at constant
P P
temperature.
(4) Radial nodes in an orbital occur at nucleus i.e. they pass through nucleus.
fuEu esa ls fdrus dFku lgh gSa\
(1) O2 xSl ds vkaf'kd nkc esa o`f) gksxh ;fn O2 o N2 xSlsa (vkn'kZ) j[kus okys ,d n`<+ ik=k esa He xSl dks

lerkih; :i ls fy;k tkrk gSA


P
(2) fu;r rki ij ,d vkn'kZ xSl dh ,d fuf'pr ek=kk ds fy, Vs P vkjs[k ,d vk;rdkjh vfr&ijoy;
V

gksrk gSA
V 1
(3) fu;r rki ij ,d vkn'kZ xSl dh fuf'pr ek=kk ds fy, Vs 2 vkjs[k ,d lh/kh js[kk gksrk gSA
P P

(4) ,d d{kd esa jsfM;y uksM ukfHkd ij gksrk gS] vFkkZr~ os ukfHkd esa ls xqtjrs gSA

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61. 65.25 g of a volatile metal chloride, when vapourised, occupies volume of 5.6 litre at STP. When

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5.22 g of the metal chloride was heated with an excess of Mg powder , 3.8 g of MgCl2 was

produced along with some mass of metal. If atomic mass of metal is X then give answer after

dividing by 17.

,d ok"i'khy /kkrq DyksjkbM dk 65.25 xzke tc okf"ir gksrk gS rks STP ij 5.6 yhVj vk;ru ?ksjrk gSA tc

Mg pw.kZ ds ,d vkf/kD; ds lkFk /kkrq DyksjkbM ds 5.22 xzke dks xeZ fd;k x;k rks /kkrq ds dqN nzO;eku ds

lkFk 3.8 xzke MgCl2 mRikfnr gqvkA ;fn /kkrq dk ijek.kq Hkkj X gks rks viuk mÙkj 17 ls Hkkx yxkus ds

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62. Consider N2H4 (Hydrazine gas) and O2 present in isothermal compartments A and B of a rigid

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vessel as shown in the figure. The compartments are separated by a rigid Pt-partition. Given that :

(a) Pt functions as a catalyst for reaction 2H2(g) + O2(g) 2H2O(l), as well as N2H4(g) N2(g) +

2H2(g).

(b) H2 gas can freely move across Pt partition (an amazing property !) but no other gas.

(c) Liquids occupy negligible volume.

(d) All the reactions proceed to completion with time, N2H4 decomposes completely to H2 and N2,

O2 reacts with H2 and H2O formed, if any, condenses completely.

Find the partial pressure of H2 (in atm) in compartment (A) finally.

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fuEu vkd`fr ds vuqlkj ,d n`<+ fudk; ds lerkih; foHkkx A rFkk B esa N2H4 (gkbMªkthu xSl) o O2 j[ks

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tkrs gSA bu foHkkxksa ds chp esa Pt dh ,d n`<+ f>Yyh gSA fn;k x;k gS fd %

(a) vfHkfØ;k 2H2(g) + O2(g)  2H2O(l), o N2H4(g) N2(g) + 2H2(g) ds fy, Pt ,d mRizsjd ds :i esa

dk;Z djrk gSA

(b) H2 xSl Pt dh f>Yyh ds vkj&ikj tk ldrh gS] ysfdu vU; xSls ughaA

(c) nzo ux.; vk;ru dks ?ksjrk gSA

(d) N2H4 iw.kZr% H2 o N2 esa VwV tkrh gS] H2 o O2 vkil esa iwjh rjg fØ;k djds H2O() cukrs gS] ,oa H2O()

iwjh rjg nzo ds :i esa gh jgrk gSA

vUrr% foHkkx (A) esa H2 dk vkaf'kd nkc (atm esa) Kkr dhft,A

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63.

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(i) O3 (ii) Zn+/H2O

(i) O3 (ii) Zn+/H2O

Calculate sum of number of different species formed in the reactions a, b and c?

vfHkfØ;k a, b vkSj c esa cus gq, fHkUu Lih'kht dh la[;k dk ;ksx gksxk\

64. How many of the following elements show +2 as their most stable oxidation state ?

fuEu esa ls fdrus rRo viuh lcls LFkk;h vkWDlhdj.k voLFkk +2 n'kkZrs gSa\

Y, Sn, Zn, Be, Pb, Co, Ag, Ti, Fe,

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65. How many anions of following are named with suffix - ate ?

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IO4–, CH3COO–, ZnO22–, CO32–, ClO–, NO3–, SnO32–, OCN– , BrO2–, O3– and C2O42–

fuEu esa ls fdrus _.kk;uksa ds uke esa vuqyXu - ate yxrk gS \

IO4–, CH3COO–, ZnO22–, CO32–, ClO–, NO3–, SnO32–, OCN– , BrO2–, O3– rFkk C2O42–

66. How many of the following are planar ?

XeF2, ClF3, H2O, [XeF5]–, I3–, BCl3, XeF4, SF4, PCl5, SF6, IF7.

fuEu esa ls fdruh Lih'kht leryh; gSa \

XeF2, ClF3, H2O, [XeF5]–, I3–, BCl3, XeF4, SF4, PCl5, SF6, IF7.

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COURSE : VIKAAS (JA)
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12. Neither try to erase / rub / scratch the option nor make 12. fodYi dks u feVk,a@u Ldzsp djsa vkSj u gh xyr (X) fpUg
the Cross (X) mark on the option once filled. Do not
dks HkjsaA ORS dks dkVs u gh QkMs u gh xUnk ugha djsa rFkk
scribble, smudge, cut, tear, or wrinkle the ORS. Do not
put any stray marks or whitener anywhere on the ORS. dksbZ Hkh fu'kku ;k lQsnh ORS ij ugha yxk,aA
;fn ORS esa fdlh izdkj dh fy[ks x, vkadMksa rFkk xksys
13. If there is any discrepancy between the written data 13.
and the bubbled data in your ORS, the bubbled data
fd, vkadMksa esa fojks/kkHkkl gS rks xksys fd, vkadMksa dks gh
will be taken as final.
lgh ekuk tkosxkA
C. Question Paper Format C. iz'u&i=k dk izk:i
The question paper consists of three parts
bl iz'u&i=k rhu Hkkx ¼xf.kr] HkkSfrd foKku vkSj jlk;u
(Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry). Each part
consists of three sections. foKku½ gSA gj Hkkx ds rhu [k.M gSaA
14. Section 1 contains 8 multiple choice questions. 14. [kaM 1 esa 8 cgqfodYi iz'u gSaA gj iz'u esa pkj fodYi
Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) (A), (B), (C) vkSj (D) gSa ftuesa ls ,d ;k vf/kd lgh gSA
out of which ONE or MORE are correct.
15. Section 2 contains 3 paragraphs each describing 15. [kaM 2 esa fl)karks] iz;ksxks vkSj vk¡dM+ks vkfn dks n'kkZus okys
theory, experiment, data etc. 6 questions related to
3 vuqPNsn gSaA rhuksa vuqPNsnksa ls lacaf/kr 6 iz'u gSa] ftuesa ls
three paragraphs with 2 questions on each
paragraph. Each question of a paragraph has ONLY gj vuqPNsn ij 2 iz'u gSaA fdlh Hkh vuqPNsn esa gj iz'u ds
ONE correct answer among the four choices (A), pkj fodYi (A), (B), (C) vkSj (D) gSa ftuesa ls dsoy ,d
(B), (C) and (D). lgh gSaA
16. Section 3 contains 8 questions. The answer to each 16. [kaM 3 esa 8 iz'u gSaA izR;sd iz'u dk mÙkj 0 ls 9 rd
question is a single-digit integer, ranging from 0 to 9
(both inclusive).
¼nksuksa 'kkfey½ ds chp ,d ,dy vadh; iw.kkZad gSA
D. Marking Scheme vadu ;kstuk
D.
17. For each question in Section 1, you will be awarded
17. [kaM 1 esa gj iz'u esa dsoy lgh mÙkjksa ¼mÙkj½ okys lHkh cqycqys
4 marks if you darken the bubble(s) corresponding to
only the correct answer and zero mark if no bubbles (BUBBLES) dks dkyk djus ij 4 vad vkSj dksbZ Hkh cqycwyk
are darkened. No negative marks will be awarded for dkyk ugha djus ij (0) vad iznku fd, tk;saxsA bl [kaM ds
incorrect answers in this section. iz'uksa esa xyr mÙkj nsus ij dksbZ _.kkRed vad ugha fn;s
tk;saxsA
18. For each question in Section 2, you will be awarded 18. [kaM 2 esa gj iz'u esa dsoy lgh mÙkj okys
3 marks if you darken all the bubble(s) corresponding
cqycqys(BUBBLES) dkyk djus ij 3 vad vkSj dksbZ Hkh
to only the correct answer and zero mark if no
bubbles are darkened. In all other cases, minus one cqycwyk dkyk ugha djus ij (0) vad iznku fd, tk;saxsA vU;
(–1) mark will be awarded. lHkh fLFkfr;ksa esa _.kkRed ,d(–1) vad iznku fd;k tk;sxkA
19. For each question in Section 3, you will be awarded 19. [kaM 3 esa gj iz'u esa dsoy lgh mÙkj okys
3 marks if you darken all the bubble(s) corresponding
cqycqys(BUBBLES) dkyk djus ij 3 vad vkSj dksbZ Hkh
to only the correct answer and zero mark if no
bubbles are darkened. In all other cases, minus one cqycwyk dkyk ugha djus ij (0) vad iznku fd, tk;saxsA
(–1) mark will be awarded. vU; lHkh fLFkfr;ksa esa _.kkRed ,d (–1) vad iznku fd;k
tk;sxkA

Name of the Candidate (ijh{kkFkhZ dk uke) : Roll Number (jksy uEcj) :

I have read all the instructions and shall I have verified all the information filled by
abide by them the candidate.
eSaus lHkh funsZ'kksa dk i<+ fy;k gS vkSj eSa mudk ijh{kkFkhZ }kjk Hkjh xbZ lkjh tkudkjh dks eSusa
vo'; ikyu d:¡xk@d:¡xhA tk¡p fy;k gSA
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Signature of the Candidate Signature of the Invigilator
ijh{kkFkhZ ds gLrk{kj ijh{kd ds gLrk{kj