# SSC - Cgl Flt 4 (tier I Stage)

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• 1.
Which venn diagram shows the relation between male, female and teacher?
• A.
• B.
• C.
• D.
• 2.
Find the number of triangles in the given figure.
• A.

8

• B.

9

• C.

10

• D.

More than 10

• 3.
Directions (3–4) : In each of the following questions, select the related letter/word/number from the given alternatives.
• 4.
Gravity : Pull : : Magnetism : ?
• A.

Earth

• B.

Repulsion

• C.

Attraction

• D.

Moon

• 5.
6 : 20 : : 5 : ?
• A.

18

• B.

17

• C.

19

• D.

21

• 6.
Raju started his journey by going 4 kms towards the north direction, then 3  kms towards the west and then 8 kms south. How far is he from the initial point?
• A.

6 km

• B.

5 km

• C.

7 km

• D.

8 km

• 7.
Raja walks slower than Raghu and Raghu walks faster than Guru and Krishna walks faster than Guru, then who walks the faster?
• A.

Raja

• B.

Raghu

• C.

Krishna

• D.

Can't be determined

• 8.
Choose the correct option which completes the series. ADG, XVT, BEH, WUS, ?
• A.

VTR

• B.

CFI

• C.

DFJ

• D.

STU

• 9.
Directions : In each of the below given questions are given two statements followed by two conclusions I and II. You have to assume the given statements to be true even if they seem differ from generally known facts. Study all the conclusions and then decide which of the conclusions logically follows the given statements, whatever the generally known facts may be.
• 10.
Statement :All teachers are experienced.Some teachers are unmarried.Conclusion :I. Some experienced are unmarried.II. Some unmarried are experienced.
• A.

Only conclusion I is correct

• B.

Only conclusion II is correct

• C.

Either I or II are correct

• D.

Both I and II are correct

• 11.
Direction : Find the next figure of series.
• 12.
Question Figures :         Answer Figures :        (A)          (B)         (C)           (D)
• A.

A

• B.

B

• C.

C

• D.

D

• 13.
Question Figures :                Answer Figures :                    (A)          (B)         (C)           (D)
• A.

A

• B.

B

• C.

C

• D.

D

• 14.
From the given alternatives, select the word which can be formed using the letters of the given word.MEASUREMENT
• A.

ASSURE

• B.

MANTLE

• C.

MASTER

• D.

SUMMIT

• 15.
A,B, C, D and E are 5 schools facing towards north. A is in the middle of E and B. E is to the right of D. If C and D are at two ends, which school is on the left side of C?
• A.

E

• B.

A

• C.

D

• D.

B

• 16.
Fatima while introducing Mustafa to her husband said, "His brother's father is the only son of my grandfather." How is Fatima related to Mustafa?
• A.

Aunt

• B.

Sister

• C.

Niece

• D.

Mother

• 17.
Two positions of a cube are given. Based on them, find out which number is found on the opposite surface of number 1 in the given cube?
• A.

1

• B.

2

• C.

3

• D.

4

• 18.
An interview of 60 persons to know whether they play Tennis, Chess or Carrom was conducted. The data so obtained has been summarized in a pictorial diagram as shown. Study the diagram and answer the question. How many persons don't play any Games?
• A.

28

• B.

7

• C.

4

• D.

3

• 19.
Which one of the following responses is correct? 8 * 5 * 27 * 3 * 16
• A.

×, =, –, +

• B.

–, =, ×, +

• C.

×, =, +, –

• D.

+, –, =, ×

• 20.
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 represented first by its row and next by its column. E.g., ‘A’ can represented by 02, 14, 33 etc., and ‘K’ can be represented by 57, 69, 88. etc. Similarly, you have to identify the set for the word ‘SOAP’. Matrix-I             Matrix-II
• A.

13, 55, 21, 66

• B.

01, 56, 21, 67

• C.

32, 56, 20, 66

• D.

20, 56, 21, 66

• 21.
Directions (18 -19) : In the following questions, find the missing number from the given responses.
• 22.
791048623414?15
• A.

20

• B.

24

• C.

28

• D.

32

• 23.
8060?403020605040
• A.

30

• B.

40

• C.

140

• D.

20

• 24.
Directions (20-21) : In the following questions, choose the correct alternative from the given ones that will complete the series.
• 25.
1, 1, 6, 6, 11, 11, 16, ?
• A.

13, 11

• B.

16, 21

• C.

17, 21

• D.

21, 16

• 26.
4E, 8I, 13N, 19T, ?
• A.

26U

• B.

26A

• C.

26Z

• D.

25Y

• 27.
Directions : Which one set of letters when sequentially placed at the gaps in the given series shall complete it ?
• 28.
Ab _ cbb _ a _ cca _ ba
• A.

Aacb

• B.

Ccab

• C.

Baca

• D.

Cbca

• 29.
In a digital representation, if we write '6821' as 'ROSE', '73456' as 'CHAIR' and '961473' as 'PREACH', then in same representation how 'SEARCH' is written ?
• A.

214673

• B.

214763

• C.

214676

• D.

216743

• 30.
If AT = 20 and BAT = 40, then find the value of CAT.
• A.

30

• B.

50

• C.

60

• D.

70

• 31.
There are less than 50 students in a row of boys and girls. Ravi is at 26th place from one end whereas Seema is at 22nd place from the other end. If there are 19 students between Ravi and Seema, then what is the number of students in the row ?
• A.

37

• B.

33

• C.

28

• D.

27

• 32.
General Awareness
• 33.
Electrostatic precipitator is used to control the pollution of
• A.

Air

• B.

Water

• C.

Noise

• D.

Thermal

• 34.
Point out which of the following is not a right enumerated in the Constitution of India but has been articulated by the Supreme Court to be a Fundamental Right.
• A.

Right to privacy

• B.

Equality before law

• C.

Abolition of untouchability

• D.

Right to form associations or unions

• 35.
Economic rent does not arise when the supply of a factor unit is
• A.

Perfectly inelastic

• B.

Perfectly elastic

• C.

Relatively elastic

• D.

Relatively inelastic

• 36.
Scanner is an example of ­
• A.

Input device

• B.

Output device

• C.

Operating System

• D.

None of these

• 37.
Taxation is a tool of
• A.

Monetary policy

• B.

Fiscal policy

• C.

Price policy

• D.

Wage policy

• 38.
The vitamin that helps to prevent infections in the human body is
• A.

Vitamin A

• B.

Vitamin B

• C.

Vitamin C

• D.

Vitamin D

• 39.
The river which is not west­flowing towards the Arabian sea is ­
• A.

• B.

Tapi

• C.

Periyar

• D.

Kaveri

• 40.
Which tree is referred as the enemy of Ecological system?
• A.

Acacia

• B.

Eucalyptus

• C.

Pine

• D.

Willow

• 41.
Total assembly segments in Delhi are:
• A.

50

• B.

60

• C.

70

• D.

40

• 42.
The substrate of Photorespiration is :
• A.

Fructose

• B.

Pyruvic acid

• C.

Glycolate

• D.

Glucose

• 43.
Who was the Nawab of Bengal during “Battle of Plassey?
• A.

Mir Jafar

• B.

Mir Qasim

• C.

Siraj­ud­duala

• D.

None of these

• 44.
In the case of deadlock between the two houses paraliament, the joint sitting is president over by the :
• A.

President

• B.

Senior most member of Lok Sabha

• C.

Speaker of Lok Sabha

• D.

Vice President

• 45.
“Wall Street” is the name of the :
• A.

Stock Exchange of new York

• B.

Indian Township in Washington

• C.

Supermarket in Mumbai

• D.

Stock Exchange of kolkata

• 46.
The soft silvery metallic element which ionizes easily when heated or exposed to light and  is present in atomic clocks is?
• A.

Cerium

• B.

Cesium

• C.

Calcium

• D.

Californrium

• 47.
In  a Database Management System (DBMS), the  content  and the location  of the  data is defined by the ..........
• A.

Multi Dimensional data

• B.

Sequence data

• C.

Meta data

• D.

Sub data

• 48.
The remedies to soil erosion are:I.  Contour bundingII. Regulation of land useIII.Cutting of treesIV.Allowing grazing of animals
• A.

I, III

• B.

I, II

• C.

III, IV

• D.

(d) II, III

• 49.
Which of the following country has the longest overland tunnel?
• A.

Germany

• B.

Switzerland

• C.

Spain

• D.

France

• 50.
The author of the book “Zest for life” is:
• A.

Emile Zola

• B.

H.G. Walls

• C.

Virginia Wolf

• D.

Mark Twin

• 51.
Which  of  the  following  comes  under  the  jurisdiction  of  both  the  High  Court  and  the Supreme Court?
• A.

Disputes between the states inter settlement

• B.

Protection against the violation of the Constitution

• C.

Protection of Fundamental Rights

• D.

Disputes between Centre and the States

• 52.
Transition ions absorb light in :
• A.

Infrared region

• B.

Ultraviolet region

• C.

Microwave region

• D.

Visible region

• 53.
‘Democratic Centralism’ is an important feature of a:
• A.

Communist state

• B.

Democratic state

• C.

Totalitarian state

• D.

Socialist state

• 54.
Who was the Delhi Sultan to impose Jizya even on the Brahmins ?
• A.

Ala­ud­din Khilji

• B.

Firuz Tughluq

• C.

• D.

Balban

• 55.
Preparation of butter, ghee by a household for their own use is a part of :
• A.

Own­account production

• B.

Household capital formation

• C.

Industrial production

• D.

Consumption

• 56.
Who among the following is the founder of the “Azad Hind Fauj” ?
• A.

Lala Har Dayal

• B.

Subash Chandra Bose

• C.

Vir Savarkar

• D.

• 57.
Match the following(a) Nathula    1. Uttarakhand(b) Rohtang   2. Sikkim(c) Palghat     3. Himachal Pradesh(d) Lipulekh  4. Kerala
• A.

2 3 4 1

• B.

3 2 1 4

• C.

4 2 3 1

• D.

1 2 3 4

• 58.
Quantitative Aptitude
• 59.
A person saves 20 percent of his income. If the income of that person increased by 16 percent and he decided to save 25 percent, then find the percent increase in his saving as compared to previous one.
• A.

40%

• B.

45%

• C.

50%

• D.

55%

• 60.
The sum of the age of mother and daughter is 100 years. 5 years ago their age were in the ratio of 2:1. The ratio of the age of daughter and mother after 10 years
• A.

2:5

• B.

3:4

• C.

3:5

• D.

4:5

• 61.
The simple interest on a certain sum is 4/9 of the principal and the numbers of years is equal to the rate of interest. The rate of interest is.
• A.

20/3

• B.

10/3

• C.

13/3

• D.

14/3

• 62.
(1/5) of 1670 + (1/4) of 2456 – (1/0.5) of 677 = ?
• A.

- 432

• B.

- 684

• C.

- 406

• D.

- 568

• 63.
The average weight of 20 students is 60kg.If the weight of the teacher is added, average is increased by 2kg.What was the teacher’s weight ?
• A.

100 kg

• B.

101 kg

• C.

102 kg

• D.

103 kg

• 64.
A boat goes 6 km against the current of the stream in 2 hours and goes 8 km along the current in half hour. How long will it take to go 28.5 km in stationary water?
• A.

4 1/2 hours

• B.

3 hours

• C.

3 1/2 hours

• D.

4 hours

• E.

None of these

• 65.
The ratio between the number of sides of two regular polygons is 1 : 2 and the ratio between there interior angles is 2 : 3. The number of sides of these polygons is respectively
• A.

6, 12

• B.

5, 10

• C.

4, 8

• D.

7, 14

• 66.
The length of the diagonal BD of the parallelogram ABCD is 18cm. If P and Q are the centroid of the △ABC and △ADC respectively then the length of the segment PQ is
• A.

4 cm

• B.

6 cm

• C.

9 cm

• D.

12 cm

• 67.
If P can do 1/3 of the work in 5 days and Q can do ¼ of the work in 6 days, then how much money will Q get if they  were paid a total of 390 ruppee.
• A.

120

• B.

150

• C.

170

• D.

190

• 68.
Two equal containers are filled with water and acid. The concentration of acid in each container is 20% and 30%. What is the ratio of water in both the containers respectively ?
• A.

7:8

• B.

8:7

• C.

6:4

• D.

3:2

• 69.
Mohan and Suresh entered into a partnership investing Rs.10000 and Rs.8000 rep. After 3 months Udhay joined them with an investment of Rs.12000. What is the share of Suresh in a half yearly profit of Rs.7200 ?
• A.

Rs.4000

• B.

Rs.3200

• C.

Rs.2000

• D.

Rs.2400

• 70.
The ratio between male and female in a city is 3: 7. The children percentage among the males and females of the city is 25 and 30 percent respectively. If the number of adult males in the city is 18000, then find the population of the town?
• A.

70000

• B.

80000

• C.

85000

• D.

95000

• 71.
Excluding stoppages, a train can travel with a speed of 60km/hr but with stoppages it can travel at an average 45km/hr. For how many minutes the train stops in one hour.
• A.

10min

• B.

12min

• C.

15min

• D.

18min

• 72.
If the sides of a equilateral triangle is increased by 10% , 30%and 60%then a new triangle is formed. By what % perimeter of the triangle is increased ?
• A.

40.50%

• B.

32.45%

• C.

33.33%

• D.

35.67%

• 73.
Two pipes A and B can fill a tank in 12 hours and 15 hours respectively. If they are opened on alternate hours with pipe A opened first, then in how many hours the tank will be full?
• A.

13 hrs

• B.

14 1/2 hrs

• C.

12 hrs

• D.

12 1/2 hrs

• 74.
A school has 4 sections of class 12, such that half the number of students of 1st section, 1/3rd of 2nd section, 1/4th of 3rd section and 1/5th of the 4th section are equal. If total number of students in class 12 is 420, find the number of students in sections 1st and 2nd.
• A.

180

• B.

120

• C.

240

• D.

150

• 75.
A solid metallic cone of height 20cm radius of base 30 cm is melted to make spherical balls each of 10cm diameter. How many such balls can be made?
• A.

46

• B.

56

• C.

36

• D.

63

• 76.
What is the maximum value of 5 Sinθ + 12 cosθ ?
• A.

12

• B.

15

• C.

13

• D.

None of these

• 77.
If sin7x = cos11x, then the value of tan 9x + cot 9x is
• A.

1

• B.

2

• C.

3

• D.

4

• 78.
Two trains start from same place at same time at right angles to each other. Their speeds are 36km/hr and 48km/hr respectively. After 30 seconds the distance between them will be
• A.

400m

• B.

500m

• C.

600m

• D.

650m

• 79.
If 2-cos²θ = 3sinθ*cosθ; sinθ is not equal to cosθ, then tanθ will be?
• A.

1

• B.

• C.

½

• D.

• 80.
The ratio of the angles ∠A and ∠B of a non-square rhombus ABCD is 4:5, then the value of ∠C is:
• A.

50 degree

• B.

45 degree

• C.

80 degree

• D.

95 degree

• 81.
Sum of the three consecutive number is 1956. What is 23% of the highest number ?
• A.

150.19

• B.

105.19

• C.

159.50

• D.

150.50

• 82.
By selling 15 oranges, a fruit seller gains the selling price of 1 orange. Calculate his gain percentage
• A.

7.14%

• B.

6.14%

• C.

8%

• D.

8.41%

• 83.
In ∆PQR, PQ = 4 cm, QR = 3 cm and RP = 3.5 cm, ∆DEF is similar to ∆PQR. If EF = 9 cm then perimeter of ∆DEF is–
• A.

10.5 cm

• B.

21 cm

• C.

31.5 cm

• D.

Cannot be determined

• 84.
English Comprehension
• 85.
Directions 76 - 77 : In the following questions, some parts of the sentences have errors and some are correct. Find out which part of a sentence has an error. The number of that part is your answer. If sentence is free from error, then you answer is (d) i.e. No error.
• 86.

• A.

After tasting both

• B.

John prefers

• C.

Tea than coffee.

• D.

No error

• 87.

• A.

I loved

• B.

The drawings

• C.

They were so real.

• D.

No error

• 88.
Directions : In Question nos. (78 - 80), sentences given with blanks to be filled in with an appropriate word(s). Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the correct alternative out of the four and indicate it by blackening the appropriate oval in the Answer Sheet.
• 89.
The top ranking manager _____ his success in the profession to his managing director's guidance.
• A.

Accounts

• B.

Attributes

• C.

Agrees

• D.

considered

• 90.
He _______ multiple grave injuries in a road accident.
• A.

Sustained

• B.

Got

• C.

Fractured

• D.

• 91.
I advised him to walk with a cane lest he ______ stumble.
• A.

May

• B.

Might

• C.

Should

• D.

Would

• 92.
Directions (81-85) : In the following questions, a sentence/part of the sentence is printed in bold. Below are given alternative to the bold sentence/part of the sentence, which may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is needed, your answer is No improvement.
• 93.
If I will get an opportunity, I shall attend the seminar.
• A.

Get

• B.

Got

• C.

No Improvement

• D.

Shall get

• 94.
Both the teams played the game fairly.
• A.

No Improvement

• B.

Played a fair game

• C.

Played fairly the game

• D.

Fairly played the game

• 95.
She could not help but laugh.
• A.

But laughing

• B.

Laughter

• C.

No Improvement

• D.

Laughing

• 96.
We met yesterday, haven’t we ?
• A.

Didn’t we?

• B.

No Improvement

• C.

• D.

Isn’t it?

• 97.
I took my mother some grapes when she was in hospital.
• A.

I took for my mother some grapes.

• B.

I brought my mother some grapes

• C.

I took some grapes for my mother

• D.

No Improvement

• 98.
Directions (86 - 87) : In the following questions, four alternatives are given for the Idiom/Phrase printed in bold. Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the Idiom/Phrase.
• 99.
After his business failed, he had to work very hard to keep the wolf from the door.
• A.

Keep away extreme poverty

• B.

earn an honest living

• C.

Regain his lost position

• D.

Defend from enemies

• 100.
The mention of her former husband’s name still makes Rita foam at the mouth.
• A.

Angry

• B.

Vomit

• C.

Shy

• D.

Fall sick

• 101.
Directions (88-92) : In the following questions, you have a brief passage with 5 questions following the passage. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each questions out of the four alternatives.Journalists argue over functions of a newspaper. I feel that a provincial paper’s purpose is not only to present and project the news objectively and imaginatively, but to help its readers to express themselves more effectively, canalizing their aspirations, making more articulate their demands. A newspaper should reflect the community it serves – warts and all. When the mirror is held to society it reveals neglect, injustice, ignorance or complacency. It should help to eradicate them. It would be pretentious to think that a newspaper can change the course of world affairs – but at the local limit it can exert influence, it can probe, it can help get things done. The individual’s voice must not be stifled. Instead, the readers should be encouraged to express their opinions, fears, hopes, and their grievances on this platform.
• 102.
How can a newspaper influence local affairs?
• A.

By focusing on world affairs.

• B.

By influencing public opinion through half truths.

• C.

By encouraging the readers to accept their grievances.

• D.

By probing into the ills of society and rallying support for change.

• 103.
How can the readers air their grievances?
• A.

By writing to journalists.

• B.

By supporting the local newspaper

• C.

By writing to their local newspaper

• D.

By being complacent

• 104.
In this passage the writer highlights the fact that:
• A.

Journalists differ in their opinion on the function of a newspaper

• B.

A newspaper should reflect the community it serves.

• C.

A newspaper should only concentrate on local affairs.

• D.

Newspaper can eradicate injustice.

• 105.
The expression “warts and all” in the passage means:
• A.

Hopes and fears

• B.

With no attempt to conceal blemishes and inadequacies

• C.

The community’s problems

• D.

• 106.
What is the main purpose of a newspaper?
• A.

Encourage the readers to be pretentious.

• B.

Project news objectively and imaginatively.

• C.

To present facts in a blunt-way

• D.

Exert influence on the individuals.

• 107.
Directions : In the following, questions out of the four alternatives, choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the given word.
• 108.
EXTRICATE
• A.

Free

• B.

Tie

• C.

Complicate

• D.

Pull

• 109.
Directions (94 - 95) : In the following questions , out of the four alternatives, choose the word opposite in meaning to the given word.
• 110.
ACQUIT
• A.

Despair

• B.

Mild

• C.

Smart

• D.

Condemn.

• 111.
DISSENT
• A.

Discord

• B.

Disagreement

• C.

Unacceptable

• D.

Agreement

• 112.
Directions (96-100) : In the following questions, out of the four alternatives choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/ sentence.
• 113.
A study of ancient things.
• A.

Physiology

• B.

Archaeology

• C.

Ethnology

• D.

Zoology

• 114.
A person who deserves all praise.
• A.

Detestable

• B.

Lovable

• C.

Despicable

• D.

Laudable

• 115.
One who is skillful
• A.

Disciplined

• B.

Diligent

• C.

Different

• D.

Dexterous

• 116.
One who runs away from justice or the law.
• A.

Smuggler

• B.

Criminal

• C.

Figitive

• D.

Thief

• 117.
Of one’s own free will.
• A.

Mandatory

• B.

Obligatory

• C.

Voluntary

• D.

Compulsory

• 118.
Directions (199-200) : In the following questions, four words are given in each question, out of which only one word is correctly spelt. Find the correctly spelt word.