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Monday, May 15, 2017

SSC Southern Region Recruitment of 70 Jr. Engineer, Sr. Technical Asst. Posts

Staff Selection Commission Southern Region (SSC SR), Chennai invites applications for the recruitment of Jr. Engineer, Sr. Technical Assistant and other vacancies. 
Post Details:
1. Jr. Engineer (Quality Assurance) - Discipline- Combat Vehicle: 16 Posts
2. Jr. Engineer (Quality Assurance) - Discipline- Engineering Equipment: 02 Posts
3. Sr. Technical Assistant (Hydro geology): 06 Posts
4. Sr. Technical Assistant (Chemical): 01 Post
5. Sr. Technical Assistant (STA): 01 Post
6. Technical Superintendent (Processing): 03 Posts
7. Quarantine Inspector: 02 Posts
8. Legal Assistant: 02 Posts
9. Sr. Assistant: 01 Post
10. Sr. Translator (Hindi): 01 Post
11. Sr. Library & Information Assistant: 01 Post
12. Technical Assistant (Economics): 05 Posts
13. Handicrafts Promotion Officer: 10 Posts
14. Senior Library & Information Assistant: 01 Post
15. Textile Designer: 02 Posts
16. Technical Superintendent (Weaving): 04 Posts
17. Tube well Operator: 01 Post
18. Junior Chemist: 07 Posts
19. Navigational Assistant Grade-II: 02 Posts
20. Stock man (Junior Grade): 01 Post
21. Telephone Operator: 01 Post
Total No. of posts: 70


Qualification: Secondary School Examination/ Degree/ Diploma in Engineering/ Technology/ Master’s Degree (Relevant discipline).


How to Apply: Through online mode.


Last Date for online application: 04.06.2017.


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Wednesday, March 8, 2017

SSC Multi Tasking (Non-Technical) Staff 2015 Solved Paper

1. Handicrafts, textiles, pearls and electronic items Which of these is an item of import in India?
- Pearl
2. If mother and fulfillment of an object both increase, then what will be the balance price?
- he will remain
3. What is the introduction?
- depends on ecology
4. According to Gandhi, in which context is woman superior to a man?
- Moral force
5. What is considered as the 'production instrument of production'?
- capital
6. What was the Raj Committee related to?
- from agriculture
7. What were the primary agricultural credit societies (P.A.CS)?
- To provide short term loans to rural borrowers
8. What is the largest dome of India?
- round dome
9. So far the oldest inscriptions that have been considered as myths, are related to?
- From the period of Maurya
10. What was the last reason for the failure of the rebellion (1857)?
- lack of solidarity
11. What is the general habitation of mountains?
- Rounded (scattered)
12. Which organization is related to Annie Besant?
- from the Theosophical Society
13. What can be the maximum number of seats in the Rajya Sabha?
- 250
14. Under which article of Indian Constitution, the guarantee of right to freedom of speech and expression has been guaranteed?
- Article 19
15. Harshavardhana was defeated by whom?
- Pulcchein I
16. What year was terminated by the English East India Company?
- 1858
17. Mariana Trench is the deepest trench located in which ocean?
- Pacific
18. What is an antidepressant-aromatic hormone?
- vasopressin
19. C.S.F. in humans What is the quantity?
- 150 ml
20. In which forests do trees become leafless for short-term or long-term weather?
- In deciduous forests
21. In what plant does stem storage and chronicity work?
- turmeric
22. When did the World Health Organization (WHO) announce the eradication of smallpox?
- May, 1980
23. What is the most common feature found on the top of the glacial valley?
- Circle
24. Who is called 'Black Gold'?
- Coal
25. In which Indian state does the sun rays first in the morning?
- Arunachal Pradesh
26. Which instrument converts electrical energy into mechanical energy?
- electric motor
27. A stone tied with a lanyard is rapidly rotated into a circle. When rotating, the latch suddenly breaks, so?
- the stone touches the touch-linear:?
28. Which Indian Institute first developed Super Computer?
- C-DAC
29. What is a website?
- A place where you can get related web pages
30. Which computer is used by people traveling from place to place?
- Laptops
31. What can be done in a state of permanent chumb?
- steel
32. What is the gravitational acceleration of any body thrown up?
-9.8 ms-2
33. What is the root cause of any body?
- on its mass
34. Which government of India has decided to celebrate the 'Good Governance Day' on the birthday of the former Prime Minister of India?
- Atal Bihari Vajpayee
35. In which scripture were the Ashoka inscriptions engraved?
- Brahmi
36. What is required in the air to make iron metal rust?
- Oxygen and moisture
37. Sacred lollock is a pendulum whose period of time is?
- 2 seconds
38. What is a serial driver related to?
- From magnetic field
39. Which High Court considered gay sex in India valid for 2009?
- Delhi
40. Which compound treats like acid?
- H2CO3
41. A blue litmus sheet was first drunk in the dilute acidic solution and later in the diluted alkaline solution. What will be the color of the litmus sheet?
- First red and blue later
42. Which of the vitamins is a nuclear-atom?
- Vitamin B12
43. Which project was stopped as a result of environmental movements?
- Cylinder Valley hydroelectric project
44. In which year did Project Tiger be launched?
- 1973-74
45. In which year was the Environment Protection Act passed in India?
- 1986
46. ​​What is in the three-fourth part of the Earth's surface?
- water
47. According to Census 2011, which is the most populous state in the country, where about 200 million (200 million) people live?
 - Uttar Pradesh
48. 'National Energy Conservation Day' is celebrated every year?
- December 14
49. 'Go Bee Desert' is the largest desert region in Asia. It covers the southern Mongolia territories and which northern territories?
- China
50. Where is the headquarters of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) located?
- Vienna, Austria

Chhattisgarh Patwari Exam Solved Question Paper (Exam Held on: 15-01-2017)

1. Which is not the objective of scrapping the Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 notes? 
(a) To abolish black money 

(b) To eliminate corruption 
(c) To accelerate the economic growth 

(d) None of the above 
(Ans : c)

2. Which sector has more growth rate to accelerate the industrial growth of India in 2015-16? 
(a) Mining and Quarrying 

(b) Manufacturing 
(c) Electricity 
(d) Construction 
(Ans : c)

3. Which State has least population in India as per 2011 census? 
(a) Arunachal Pradesh 

(b) Sikkim 
(c) Goa 
(d) Mizoram 
(Ans : b)

4. Which of the following is not included in the term 'State' as defined in the Article-12 of the Constitution? 
1. Parliament 
2. State Legislature 
3. Union Judiciary 
4. State Judiciary (High Court) 
6. Union Executive 6. State Executive 
7. All local authorities of India 
8. All local authorities under the control of government of India 
(a) 1, 2 

(b) 3, 4 
(c) 5, 6 
(d) 7, 8 
(Ans : b)

5. In which of the following years the Non-cooperation movement was suspended by Mahatma Gandhi? 
(a) 1921 

(b) 1922 
(c) 1923 
(d) 1924 
(Ans : b)

6. How many parts are there in the Constitution? 
(a) 22 

(b) 23 
(c) 24 
(d) 25 
(Ans : d)

7. An important cash crop of Punjab is– 
(a) Cotton 

(b) Jute 
(c) Manila Hemp 
(d) Bajra 
(Ans : a)

8. What type of air pressure is found at the centre of cyclone? 
(a) Low 

(b) High 
(c) Medium 
(d) All of these 
(Ans : a)

9. Which of the following Governor-Generals Promulgated the policy of 'Subsidiary Alliance'? 
(a) Warren Hastings 

(b) Lord Cornwallis 
(c) Lord Wellesley 
(d) Lord Dalhousie 
(Ans : c)

10. The second battle of Panipat in AD 1556, was fought between whom of the following? 
(a) Akbar and Rana Pratap 

(b) Akbar and Hemu 
(c) Akbar and Hana Sanga 
(d) Akbar and Durgavati 
(Ans : b)

11. Who can remove the members of State Public Service Commission? 
(a) President 

(b) Governor 
(c) Supreme Court 
(d) State Legislature 
(Ans : a)

12. The filament of a bulb is made of– 
(a) copper 

(b) tungsten 
(c) aluminium 
(d) lead 
(Ans : b)

13. The human eye forms the image of an object at its– 
(a) cornea

(b) iris 
(c) pupil 
(d) retina 
(Ans : d)

14. What is correct about Appropriation Bill? 
1. It is introduced by Finance Minister. 
2. It is introduced in Lok Sabha. 
3. It can be amended by Lok Sabha. 
4. It is presigned by President. 
5. It gives the legal power to the government for expenditure. 
6. Cut motion can be introduced by the opposition. 
Code : 
(a) 1, 4, 6 

(b) 2, 4, 5 
(c) 2, 3, 5 
(d) 1, 2, 5 
(Ans : d)

15. Who of the following was the first Home Minister of Independent India? 
(a) Sardar Patel 

(b) Govind Ballabh Pant 
(c) Jagjivan Ram 
(d) Maulana Azad 
(Ans : a)

16. Which Five Year Plan will be end in 2016-17 in India? 
(a) 13th Five Year Plan 

(b) 11th Five Year Plan 
(c) 12th Five Year Plan 
(d) None of the above 
(Ans : d)

17. Which of the following includes the term 'Office of the Profit' in the context of membership of Parliament? 
(a) Whether government has power of appointment. 

(b) Whether government has the right to remove the holder of office. 
(c) Whether government pays the remuneration to the holder of office. 

(d) All of the above (Ans : b)

18. A citizen, who was declared disqualified to contest election by the supreme Court of India, even then she was appointed Chief Minister by the Governor and State. 
(a) Mayawati/Romesh Bhandari/Uttar Pradesh 

(b) Mamta Banerjee/NN Vora/West Bengal 
(c) Jayalalitha/Fatima Ali/Tarnil Nadu 

(d) Sheela Dixit/Najeeb Jung/Delhi 
(Ans : c)

19. Mauryan emperor Bindusara was the follower of which of the following religion? 
(a) Vedic religion 

(b) Buddhism 
(c) Jainism 
(d) Ajivika religion 
(Ans : d)

20. Which is not included in allied sectors of agriculture in India? 
(a) Crops 

(b) Livestock products 
(c) Forestry 
(d) Fisheries 
(Ans : a)

21. In which natural region, maximum diurnal range of temperature occurs? 
(a) Equatorial region 

(b) Western European region 
(c) Mediterranean region 
(d) Hot desert region 
(Ans : d)

22. The gas used in fire extinguisher is– 
(a) nitrogen

(b) sulphur dioxide 
(c) carbon dioxide 
(d) hydrogen 
(Ans : c)

23. Which type of wind belongs to loo? 
(a) Permanent wind 

(b) Periodic wind 
(c) Local wind 
(d) None of these 
(Ans : c)

24. Diphtheria is caused by following organism– 
(a) Fungus 

(b) Virus 
(c) Bacteria 
(d) Worm 
(Ans : c)

25. On which latitude is the sun vertically located on June 21? 
(a) Equator 

(b) Tropic of Cancer 
(c) Tropic of Capricorn 
(d) North Pole 
(Ans : b)

26. Gujarat is one of the chief producer of which of the following crop? 
(a) Wheat 

(b) Sugarcane 
(c) Bajra 
(d) Coconut 
(Ans : c)

27. A remote of a television is related to– 
(a) X-rays 

(b) Ultraviolet rays 
(c) Infrared signals 
(d) None of these 
(Ans : c)

28. What is correct about Finance Bill? 
1. It is presigned by the President. 
2. It can be' introduced in Rajya Sabha. 
3. It can be introduced in Lok Sabha only. 
4. Rajya Sabha can refuse to assent the Bill. 
5. In the position of deadlock President can summon for joint session of Parliament, 
28. President can't refuse to sign on the Bill. 
(a) 1, 2, 4, 5 

(b) 2, 3, 5, 6 
(c) 1, 3, 4, 5 
(d) 2, 4, 5, 6 
(Ans : d)

29. The weight of a body is measured maximum in– 
(a) air 

(b) water 
(c) hydrogen 
(d) nitrogen 
(Ans : a)

30. Which is the most appropriate criteria to measure the economic development of a nation? 
(a) Increase in Gross Domestic Product 

(b) Increase in Net National Income 
(c) Increase in Per Capita Income 

(d) Improvement in Human Development Index
(Ans : d)

31. Lime water contain– 
(a) calcium hydroxide 

(b) sodium hydroxide 
(c) calcium chloride 
(d) None of these 
(Ans : a)

32. In which of the following sessions in 1929, the Indian National Congress passes the resolution of 'Poorna Swaraj'? 
(a) Amritsar Session 

(b) Karachi Session 
(c) Lahore Session 
(d) Nagpur Session 
(Ans : c)

33. In which side of the continent, the Hot deserts are located? 
(a) Eastern 

(b) Western 
(c) Anywhere 
(d) Middle 
(Ans : b)

34. What is the loan limit of Kishor Bucket under Pradhan Mantri MUDRA Yojana? 
(a) Rs. 50000 

(b) Rs. 50000 to 5 lakh 
(c) Rs. 5 lakh to 10 lakh 
(d) None of the above 
(Ans : b)

35. Which of the following Vedas contains the famous Gayatri Mantra? 
(a) Rigveda 

(b) Samaveda 
(c) Yajurveda 
(d) Atharvaveda 
(Ans : a)

36. Elected President of America, Donald Trump was candidate of which party? 
(a) Democratic party 

(b) Republican party 
(c) Green party 
(d) Constitution party 
(Ans : b)

37. Which University of this State is associated with Management Technology? 
(a) Maharishi University 

(b) OP Jindal University 
(c) Ayush University 
(d) Guru Ghasidas University 
(Ans : a)

38. Which is the 5th country inducted in BRICS Nations? 
(a) Brazil 

(b) Russia 
(c) India 
(d) South Africa 
(Ans : d)

39. Who is the present Chief Justice of India? 
(a) YV Chandrachud 

(b) HL Dattu 
(c) TS Thakur 
(d) Jagdish Singh Khehar 
(Ans : d)

40. Areawise, what is the rank of Chhattisgarh State, in the country? 
(a) 6th 

(b) 9th 
(c) 10th 
(d) 11th 
(Ans : c)

41. World's longest tunnel Gotthard base is located in– 
(a) France 

(b) Italy 
(c) Switzerland 
(d) Germany 
(Ans : c)

42. Which of the following player hit three centuries in a calendar year? 
(a) Virat Kohli 

(b) Ricky Ponting 
(c) Brendon McCullam 
(d) All of the above 
(Ans : a)

43. Marwa thermal power plant is located in which district of this State? 
(a) Janjgir Champa 

(b) Raigarh 
(c) Bilaspur 
(d) Korba 
(Ans : a)

44. Which religion is associated with Losar festival?
(a) Jain 

(b) Buddha 
(c) Sikh 
(d) Hindu 
(Ans : b)

45. 'Ghumura' dance is a folk dance of which State? 
(a) Jharkhand 

(b) Arunachal Pradesh 
(c) Maharashtra 
(d) Odisha 
(Ans : d)

46. Sports to which Harjit Singh is associated with and he got fame from– 
(a) Athletics - Olympics 
(b) Swimming - Olympics 
(c) Hockey - Junior World Cup 
(d) Hockey - Asia Cup 

(Ans : c)

47. The country with which Seventh joint military exercise Ekuverin was done by India. 
(a) Sri Lanka 

(b) Bangladesh 
(c) Maldives 
(d) China 
(Ans : c)

48. How many countries have participated in 2016 Kabaddi World Cup? 
(a) 06 

(b) 10 
(c) 12 
(d) 08 
(Ans : c)

49. Match the following list–  
List I (Archaeological Excavation Sites) A. Pachrahi 

B. Sirpur 
C. Maheshpur 
D. Madkudeep
 
List II (District) 
1. Sarguja 

2. Kabeerdham 
3. Baloda Bazar 
4. Mahasamund
 
Code : 
A B C D 
(a) 2 4 3 1 
(b) 2 4 1 3 
(c) 2 1 4 3 
(d) 2 3 1 4 (Ans : b)

50. In this State under the Saur Sujala Scheme, farmers will be given which of the following in subsidised rate? 
(a) Solar cooker 

(b) Pump for irrigation 
(c) Gas cylinder 
(d) All of these 
(Ans : b)

51. The fort situated in which place of this State is known as 'Gaj Kila'? 
(a) Jashpur

(b) Sarguja 
(c) Bastar 
(d) Ratanpur 
(Ans : d)

52. At which of the following places in this State, the largest deposit of iron are exists? 
(a) Ravghat 

(b) Chhote Dongar 
(c) Bailadila 
(d) Rajhara 
(Ans : a)

53. Which of the following rail lines does not exist in this State? 
(a) Mumbai-Howrah 

(b) Raipur-Vishakhapatnam 
(c) Bilaspur-Katni 
(d) Raigarh-Puri 
(Ans : )

54. Which is called as 'jogi Bithai' in Bastar Dassahara? 
(a) Establishment of idol 

(b) Establishment of flag in chariot 
(c) Appointment of Pujari 

(d) Establishment of Kalash in the temple 
(Ans : b)

55. Which of the following was the first Maratha ruler in this State after the end of Kalchuri rule? 
(a) Bhaskar Pant 

(b) Raghuji Bhosla 
(c) Bimbaji Bhosla 
(d) Keshav Dinkar 
(Ans : c)

56. The main occupation of which tribe of this State is 'Bamboo craft'? 
(a) Halba 

(b) Kandara 
(c) Kathiya 
(d) Jhariya 
(Ans : a)

57. Which of the following was involved in the Raipur Conspiracy Case of 1942 in this State? 
(a) Maulana Abdul Raul 

(b) Ramgopal Tiwari 
(c) Paras ram Soni 
(d) Ratnakar Jha
(Ans : c)

58. In which of the following years, the British territories of this State were incorporated into a division of the Central Provinces? 
(a) 1858 

(b) 1862 
(c) 1870 
(d) 1872 
(Ans : b)

59. In which of the following years Raipur was made the capital of this state? 
(a) 1818 

(b) 1825 
(c) 1858 
(d) None of these 
(Ans : d)

60. Which of the following dynasties was the earliest during ancient period in this State? 
(a) Rajarshitulya Kula 

(b) Sharabhpuriya 
(c) Pandu 
(d) Nala 
(Ans : b)

61. To which of the following Zamindaris, the first martyr of this State Narayan Singh belonged? 
(a) Bilaigarh 

(b) Pendra 
(c) Gundardehi 
(d) Sonakhan 
(Ans : d)

62. Which of the following is the principal river of the Bastar Plateau in this State? 
(a) Indravati 

(b) Shivanth 
(c) Hasdo 
(d) Kanhar 
(Ans : a)

63. Who was one of the leader of this state imprisoned at the time of Raipur District Political Conference in March, 1922? 
(a) Pt. Sundarlal Sharma 

(b) Raul Khan 
(c) Pt. Ravishankar Shukla 
(d) Pt. Ramanand Dubey 
(Ans : c)

64. On which of the following rivers in this State, the Ravishankar Sagar Project has been situated? 
(a) Mahanadi 

(b) Shivnath 
(c) Hasdo 
(d) Indravati 
(Ans : a)

65. 'Sarhul' is the festival of which tribe of this State? 
(a) Uraon 

(b) Gond 
(c) Pradhan 
(d) Kanwar
(Ans : a) 

SSC SI (CAPF/Delhi Police) Exam 2016 Quantitative Aptitude Solved Paper

1. A trader lists his article 20% above the cost price and allows a discount of 10% on cash payment. His gain per cent is–
(A) 6% (B) 5% (C) 8% (D) 10% (Ans : C)

2. A chord of length 24 cm is at a distance of 5 cm form the centre of a circle. The length of the chord of the same circle which is at a distance of 12 cm from the centre is– 
(A) 12 cm (B) 11 cm (C) 17 cm (D) 10 cm (Ans : D)

3. A sum of Rs. x was put at simple interest at a certain rate for 2 years. Had it been put at 3% higher rate, it would have fetched Rs. 300 more. The value of 4x is– 
(A) Rs. 16,000 (B) Rs. 24,000 (C) Rs. 20,000 (D) Rs. 36,000 (Ans : C)

4. If 3x + y = 81 and 81x – y = 3, then the value of x/y is– 
(A) 17/15 (B) 15/34 (C) 15/17 (D) 17/30 (Ans : A)

5. The average monthly income of A and B is Rs. 15,050, the average monthly income of B and C is Rs. 15,350 and the average income of A and C is Rs. 15,200. The monthly income of A is– 
(A) Rs. 14,900 (B) Rs. 15,500 (C) Rs. 15,900 (D) Rs. 15,200 (Ans : A)

6. If p, q, r are all real numbers, then (p – q)3 + (q – r)3 + (r – p)3 is equal to– 
(A) (p – q) (q – r) (r – p) (B) 1 (C) 3(p – q) (q – r) (r – p) (D) 0 (Ans : C)

7. A number is increased by 15% and then decreased by 25% and the number becomes 22 less than the original number. The original number is– 
(A) 140 (B) 160 (C) 100 (D) 120 (Ans : B)

8. By selling an article at 3/4 of selling price, a trader incurred a loss of 10%. The profit/loss percentage, when it is sold at the original selling price, is– 
(A) 20% profit (B) 120% profit (C) 20% loss (D) 32.5% loss (Ans : A)

9. The average age of a class is 15.8 years. The average age of the boys in the class in 16.4 year while that of the girls is 15.4 years. The ratio of boys to girls in the class is– 
(A) 3 : 4 (B) 2 : 3 (C) 1 : 2 (D) 3 : 5 (Ans : B)

10. A man travelled a distance of 72 km in 12 hours. He travelled partly on foot at 5 km/hour and partly on bicycle at 10 km/hour. The distance travelled on foot is– 
(A) 46 km (B) 50 km (C) 48 km (D) 52 km (Ans : C)

11. If 4 men and 6 women can complete a work in 8 days, while 3 men and 7 women can complete it in 10 days, then 10 women will complete it in– 
(A) 40 days (B) 45 days (C) 50 days (D) 35 days (Ans : A)

12. A can is full of a mixture of two liquids A and B in the ratio of 7 : 5. When 9 litres of mixture are drawn off from the can and replaced by the same quantity of liquid B, the ratio of A and B in the can becomes 7 : 9. The capacity of the can is– 
(A) 10 litres (B) 20 litres (C) 21 litres (D) 36 litres (Ans : D)

13. A sum of money placed at compound interest double itself at 2 years. The year it will take to amount 4 times itself is– 
(A) 3 b) 4 (C) 6 (D) 8 (Ans : B)

14. From the top and bottom of a straight hill the angle of depression and elevation of the top of a pillar of 10 m. height are observed to be 60° and 30° respectively. The height (in metres) of the hill is– 
(A) 30 (B) 60 (C) 40 (D) 80 (Ans : C)

Direction (Q. 15-19) : Study the following table which shows the amount of money invested (Rupees in crore) in the core infrastructure areas of two districts, A and B of a State, and answer the given Questions.

Core Area
District ADistrict B
1995199619951996
Electricity 
Chemical 
Thermal 
Solar 
Nuclear
815.2 
389.5 
632.4 
468.1 
617.9
1051.2 
476.7 
565.9 
589.6 
803.1
2065.8 
745.3 
1232.7 
1363.5 
1674.3
2365.1 
986.4 
1026.3 
1792.1 
2182.1
Total2923.13489.57081.68352.0

15. By approximately what per cent was the total investment in the two districts A and B more in 1996 as compared to 1995? 
(A) 14% (B) 21% (C) 24% (D) 18% (Ans : D)

16. The total investment in electricity and thermal energy in 1995, in these two districts A and B formed approximately what per cent of the total investment made in that year? 
(A) 55% (B) 41% (C) 52% (D) 47% (Ans : D)

17. In district B, the investment in which area in 1996 did show the highest percentage increase over the investment in that area in 1995? 
(A) Electricity (B) Solar (C) Nuclear (D) Chemical (Ans : D)

18. Approximately how many times was the total investment in 1995 and 1996 in district B was that of total investment of district A in the same years? 
(A) 2.8  (B) 1.9 (C) 2.4 (D) 1.7 (Ans : C)

19. If the total investment in district B shows the same rate of increase in 1997, as it had shown from 1995 to 1996, what approximately would be the total investment in B in 1997? 
(A) Rs. 9,170 crore (B) Rs. 8,540 crore (C) Rs. 9,850 crore (D) Rs. 10,020 crore (Ans : C)

20. A man sells an article t 5% above the cost price. If he had bought it at 5% less than what he paid for it and sold it for Rs. 2 less, he would have gained 10%. The cost price of the article is– 
(A) Rs. 250 (B) Rs. 400 (C) Rs. 200 (D) Rs. 350 (Ans : B)

21. The radii of the base of a cylinder and a cone are equal and their volumes are also equal. Then the ratio of their heights is– 
(A) 1 : 4 (B) 2 : 1 (C) 1 : 2 (D) 1 : 3 (Ans : D)

22. If a person spends 40% of his income on food, 20% on house rent and 70% of the remaining on children's education, then the percentage of his income left is– 
(A) 8% (B) 10% (C) 12% (D) 6% (Ans : C)

23. If tan θ + sec θ = 2, then the value of tan θ is– 
(A) 2/3 (B) 3/5 (C) 3/4 (D) 4/5 (Ans : C)

24. Let a be a positive integer. When 89 and 125 are divided by a, the remainders are 4 and 6 respectively. Then the value of a is– 
(A) 15 (B) 17 (C) 9 (D) 7 (Ans : B)

25. Points A and B are 100 km apart on a highway. One car starts from A and another from B at the same time. If the cars travel in the same direction, They meet in 5 hours. If the cars travel towards each other, they meet in 1 hour. What is the speed of the faster car? 
(A) 80 km/hour (B) 40 km/hour (C) 70 km/hour (D) 60 km/hour (Ans : D)

26. A cylindrical rod of radius 30 cm and length 40 cm is melted and made into spherical balls of radius 1 cm. The number of spherical balls is– 
(A) 40000 (B) 27000 (C) 36000 (D) 90000 (Ans : B)

27. A merchant purchases a wrist watch for Rs. 1,200 and fixes its list price in such a way that after allowing a discount of 10%, he earns a profit of 20%. The list price of the watch is– 
(A) Rs. 1,400 (B) Rs. 1,600 (C) Rs. 1,800 (D) Rs. 1,200 (Ans : B)

28. The sum of two numbers is 15⅓ and their difference is 4⅔. The product of the numbers is– 
(A) 53 ⅓ (B) 60 (C) 48⅔ (D) 50 (Ans : A)

29. A and B can separately finish a piece of work in 20 days and 15 days respectively. They worked together for 6 days, after which B was replaced by C. If the work was finished in next 4 days, then the number of days in which C alone could do the work is– 
(A) 40 days (B) 60 days (C) 30 days (D) 50 days (Ans : A)

30. The ratio of the radii of two cylinders is 2 : 1 and their heights are in the ratio 3 : 2. Then their volumes are in the ratio– 
(A) 6 : 1 (B) 4 : 3 (C) 6 : 5 (D) 3 : 1 (Ans : A)

SSC SI (CAPF/Delhi Police) Exam 2016 Reasoning Solved Question Paper

Direction (Q. 1-6) : Find the odd word/ letters/ number pair from the given alternatives. 

1. Find the odd number pair– 
(A) 183 – 54 (B) 99 – 63 (C) 108 – 97 (D) 243 – 132 (Ans : C)

2. Find the odd number– 
(A) 495 (B) 583 (C) 286 (D) 166 (Ans : D)

3. Find the odd word– 
(A) Air Marshal (B) Wing Commander (C) Captain (D) Group captain (Ans : C)

4. Find the odd letters– 
(A) D F I M (B) N P S W (C) K M P T (D) D F O U (Ans : D)

5. Find the odd word– 
(A) Rectangle (B) Rhombus (C) Square (D) Kite (Ans : C)

6. Find the odd letters– 
(A) L R X (B) I N U (C) A G M (D) M S Y (Ans : B)

7. Sanjith faces towards north turning to his right, he walks 10m. He then turn to left and walks 30 m. He moves 25 m to his right and again to right through 50 m. Finally he turns to right and moves 40 m. In which direction is he now from his starting point? 
(A) South-East (B) North-East (C) South-West (D) North-West (Ans : C)

Directions (Q. 8-13) : Select the related word/letters/number from the given alternatives. 

8. Nurture : Neglect : : Denigrate : ? 
(A) Recognise (B) Reveal (C) Extol (D) Reply (Ans : C)

9. 43 : 57 : : 111 : ? 
(A) 136 (B) 135 (C) 133 (D) 134 (Ans : C)

10. Modesty : Arrogance : : ? 
(A) Speak : Lecture (B) Obese : Fat (C) Ship : Fleet (D) Debility : Strength (Ans : D)

11. 23 : 0827 : : 45 : ? 
(A) 64125 (B) 12025 (C) 12125 (D) 08125 (Ans : A)

12. AZBY : CXDW : : EVFU : ? 
(A) FUVE (B) BXWD (C) GTHS (D) ZYEU (Ans : C)

13. ABDG : ZYWT : : BCEH : ? 
(A) YXVS (B) QPRU (C) YXTS (D) SVXY (Ans : A)

Directions (Q. 14-15) : From the given alternative words, select the word which cannot be formed using the letters of the given word. 

14. PERAMBULATOR 
(A) MARBLE (B) RAMPANT (C) LABOUR (D) RAMBLE (Ans : B)

15. ORGANISATION 
(A) ORATION (B) ORGAN (C) ORGANISE (D) NATION (Ans : C)

16. If 678 = 83, 476 = 75 and 567 = 80, what is 369 = ? 
(A) 40 (B) 99 (C) 18 (D) 72 (Ans : A)

17. Which numbers complete the series? 
3 1 5 3 _ 5 9 _ 11 
(A) 7, 7 (B) 7, 6 (C) 8, 7 (D) 6, 6 (Ans : A)

18. In a peculiar mathematical operation, plus means multiplication, minus means plus, divided means minus and multiplication means sum of digit of two numbers. Follow these rules and solve the following example– 
(6 × 7) – (8 × 9) – (10 × 11) = ? 
(A) 51 (B) 33 (C) 224 (D) 04 (Ans : A)

Direction (Q. 19-20) : A series is given, with one term missing. Choose the correct alternative form the given options that will complete the series. 

19. 3, 17, 45, 87, …?… 
(A) 153 (B) 143 (C) 123 (D) 183 (Ans : B)

20. AZWD, CXUF, …?..., GTQJ 
(A) EVSH (B) EUTH (C) EVPI (D) EUSH (Ans : A)

21. Grouping of word are given. Choose the next words in the series from the given options. 
AFGHAN, INDEFINITY, SYNOPSIS, STUPENDOUS, BURST 
(A) COMPANION (B) GLACIAL (C) RESCRIPT (D) HIJACKER (Ans : D)

22. If BHASHA is coded as 154754, BRAIN is coded as 13408, AHINSA will be coded as– 
(A) 450874 (B) 450847 (C) 405847 (D) 458074 (Ans : A)

23. In a certain language GAMBLE is coded as FBLCKF, how is FLOWER coded in that code? 
(A) GKPVFQ (B) GMPVDS (C) EMNXDS (D) EKNVDQ (Ans : C)

24. A is elder to B while C and D are elder to E who lies between A and C. If C is elder to B, who is the youngest? 
(A) A (B) C (C) D (D) B (Ans : D)

25. Mona is 6 years younger to her husband and he is 5 times as old as his daughter Rina. If Rina was 5 years old 3 years back, what is the present age of Mona? 
(A) 34 (B) 30 (C) 35 (D) 40 (Ans : A)

26. X is sister of Y. Y is brother of Z. Z is husband of P. O is father of Y. How is P related to O? 
(A) Uncle (B) Daughter (C) Sister (D) Daughter-in-law (Ans : D)

27. Indu starts travelling towards east and stops after 35 km and turns right and walks another 15 km and again turns right and walk 15 km and then stop. What is the minimum distance Indu has to walk to reach the starting point? 
(A) 25 km (B) 30 km (C) 35 km (D) 20 km (Ans : A)

28. Which one set of letters when sequentially placed at the gaps in the given letter series shall complete it? 
…qpx…rq…xxr…pxx…qp…x 
(A) pxrqxr (B) rsqprx (C) rxpqrx (D) xrprqx (Ans : C)