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Vol.29, 2017

 
SSC CGL (Tier - 1) Online Exam Paper - 2016 “held on 29 August 2016” Morning Shift
Extract of the Actual Question Paper with Answer Key


(Reasoning)
Q1.     Select the related word/ letters/number from the given alternatives.
            Foot : Man :: Hoof : ?
            Options:
1)        Leg
2)        Dog
3)        Horse
4)        Shoe
Q2.     Select the related word/letters/number from the given alternatives.
            ACEG : ZXVT :: IKMO : ?
            Options:
1)        MNOP
2)        PQRS
3)        RPNL
4)        LNPR
Q3.     Select the related word/letters/number from the given alternatives.
            68 : 130 :: 222 : ?
            Options:
1)        345
2)        365
3)        355
4)        350
Q4.     For the following question
            Find the odd word/ letters from the given alternatives :
            Options:
1)        MARCH
2)        MAY
3)        JUNE
4)        DECEMBER
Q5.     For the following question
            Find the odd word/ letters/from the given alternatives :
            Options:
1)        CZHK
2)        SENO
3)        XUBU
4)        MLAG
Q6.     For the following question
            Find the odd /number pair from the given alternatives :
            Options:
1)        1 : 8
2)        27 : 64
3)        125 : 218
4)        323 : 512
Q7.     Arrange the following words as per order in the dictionary
            1. Follicle    2. Folk
            3. Follow      4. Foliage
            Options:
1)        4, 2, 1, 3
2)        3, 4, 2, 1
3)        4, 3, 1, 2
4)        2, 4, 3, 1
Q8.     A series is given, with one term missing. Choose the correct alternative from the given ones that will complete the series.
            8, 15, 28, 53, ?
            Options:
1)        106
2)        100
3)        108
4)        102
Q9.     A series is given, with one term missing. Choose the correct alternative from the given ones that will complete the series.
            WFB, TGD, QHG, ?
            Options:
1)        NIL
2)        NIK
3)        NLK
4)        NJL
Q10.   The average age of 19 boys in a class is 21 years. If the teacher's age is included, the average increases to 22 years. What is the teacher's age?
            Options:
1)        39 years
2)        41 years
3)        40 years
4)        44 years
Q11.   A man is 3 years older than his wife and four times as old as his son. If the son becomes 15 years old after 3 years. Then what is the present age of the wife?
            Options:
1)        60 years
2)        51 years
3)        48 years
4)        45 years
Q12.   From the given alternative words, select the word which can not be formed using the letter of the given word:
            UNIVERSALISATION
            Options:
1)        NATION
2)        CURTAIN
3)        LIVER
4)        AVIATION
Q13.   If FRIEND is coded as HTKGPF then REVEAL will be coded as:
            Options:
1)        TGXFCN
2)        TGXNGC
3)        TXGNCG
4)        TGXGCN
Q14.   Which of the following interchange of signs would make the equation correct?
            5 + 3 x 8 - 12 ÷ 4 = 3
            Options:
1)        - and ÷
2)        + and x
3)        + and ÷
4)        + and -
Q15.   Select the correct combination of mathematical signs to replace * signs and to balance the equation.
            48 * 4 * 6 * 3 * 30
            Options:
1)        -, +, =, x
2)        ÷, =, x, +
3)        ÷, +, x, =
4)        -, =, x, +
Q16.   Starting from a point, a person travels 3 km towards east and turns left and travels 4 km. Then again he turns to left by 45° and moves straight. Which direction is he facing now?
            Options:
1)        North-East
2)        North-West
3)        South-East
4)        South-West
Q17.   Consider the given statement/s to be true and decide which of the given conclusions/ assumptions can definitely be drawn from the given statement.
Statement : If he works hard he will be successful in life.
Conclusions : I. He is a hard worker.
Conclusions : II. Hard work pays
            Options:
1)        Both I and II follow
2)        Only I follows
3)        Only II follows
4)        Neither I nor II follow
(General Awareness)
Q18.   In a Parliamentary form of Government _________
            Options:
1)        The Legislature is responsible to the Judiciary
2)        The Executive is responsible to the Legislature.
3)        The Legislature is responsible to the Executive
4)        The Judiciary is responsible to the Legislature
Q19.   Which of the following statements is correct about the President of India ?
            Options:
1)        Addresses first session of Parliament after each General Election.
2)        Addresses first session of Parliament at the beginning of each year
3)        Addresses every session of Parliament
4)        Never addresses Parliament
Q20.   Which of the following periodicals is not correctly matched with its editor?
            Options:
1)        Bande Mataram: Aurobindo Ghosh
2)        New India:Bipin Chandra Pal
3)        Yugantar:Bhupendranath Dutta
4)        Sandhya:Barindra Ghosh
Q21.   Silk worms feed on
            Options:
1)        Basil leaves
2)        Curry leaves
3)        Rose leaves
4)        Mulberry leaves
Q22.   Who among the following has been appointed the new Coach of the Indian Cricket team by the BCCI recently?
            Options:
1)        Saurav Ganguly
2)        Anil Kumble
3)        Rahul Dravid
4)        S. R. Kulkarni
Q23.   What is the product formed when sodium bicarbonate is heated by?
            Options:
1)        Sodium Carbonate
2)        Sodium Hydroxide
3)        Sodium Peroxide
4          Sodium Monoxide
Q24.   Mission Indradhanush - a programme introduced recently in the country by the NDA Government is related to:
            Options:
1)        Systematic immunization of children against disease
2)        Providing insurance cover to farmers against crop failure
3)        Development of fisheries in rural areas
4)        Development of multiple cropping in hilly region
Q25.   Who among the following Indians has been honoured by a special Oscar?
            Options:
1)        Mahesh Bhatt
2)        Satyajit Ray
3)        Mira Nair
4)        G.P.Sippy
Q26.   What situation would result if Government expenditure exceeds the Government revenue on Current Account?
            Options:
1)        Deficit budgeting
2)        Zero-based budgeting
3          Performance-based budgeting
4)        Surplus budgeting
Q27.   Disguised unemployment in India is mainly related to
            Options:
1)        Agricultural sector
2)        Rural Area
3)        Factory sector
4)        Urban Area
Q28.   Which of the following is not guaranteed by Indian Constitution?
            Options:
1)        Right to Equality
2)        Right of religious freedom
3)        Right to Constitutional remedies
4)        Right to free education for all
Q29.   A wide inlet of the sea usually concave in shape, is termed as a:
            Options:
1)        Strait
2)        Sound
3)        Bay
4)        Fjord
Q30.   Punjab has a large number of inundation canals drawing water from
            Options:
1)        Jhelum river
2)        Chenab river
3)        Beas river
4)        Sutlej river
Q31.   The sexual reproductive organs of aspergillus are :
            Options:
1)        Spermatium and Oogonium
2)        Antheridium and Oogonium
3)        Spermatium and Ascogonium
4)        Antheridium and Ascogonium
Q32.   Stars twinkle but planets do not twinkle because
            Options:
1)        they emit light of a constant intensity
2)        their distance from the earth does not change with time
3)        they are very far away from the earth resulting in decrease in intensity of light
4)        they are nearer to the earth and hence, we receive a greater amount of light and therefore, minor variations in intensity are not noticeable
Q33.   Which of the following is not true about X-rays?
            Options:
1)        have low penetrating power
2)        travel with the speed of light
3)        Can be reflected or refracted
4)        can affect photographic plates
Q34.   _____changes each time it is installed to avoid detection by antivirus software.
            Options:
1)        Polymorphic virus
2)        worm
3)        logic bomb
4)        trojan horse
Q35.   Which one of the following weeds is effective in controlling water pollution caused by industrial effluents?
            Options:
1)        Parthenium
2)        Elephant grass
3)        Water hycinth
4)        Mogar grass
Q36.   One of the following is also called as World Bank
            Options:
            1) IMF
            2) IBRD
            3) WTO
            4) IDA
Q37.   The book entitled, 'Playing It My Way' has been authored by
            Options:
1)        Sachin Tendulkar
2)        V V S Laxman
3)        Saurav Ganguly
4)        Chetan Chauhan
Q38.   Which of the following is an example of Cartel?
            Options:
1)        OPEC
2)        IMF
3)        WTO
4)        UNO
Q39.   Sullage water is_______
            Options:
1)        Waste water released from kitchen
2)        waste water released from toilets
3)        waste water released from factories
4)        waste water released from hospitals
Q40.   Who was the first woman Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh?
            Options:
1)        Annie Besant
2)        Mayawati
3)        Vijayalakshmi Pandit
4)        Sucheta Kriplani
Q41.   The most pure form of carbon among the options is
            Options:
1)        Anthracite
2)        Lampblack
3)        Graphite
4)        Wood Charcoal
Q42.   Chalukya temples (Jain temples) at Dilwara are situated in
            Options:
1)        Madhya Pradesh
2)        Uttar Pradesh
3)        Rajasthan
4)        Haryana
Q43.   The difference between the greatest and least five-digit numbers formed by the digits 2,5,0,6,8 is (repetition of digits are not allowed)
            Options:
            1) 69552
            2) 65925
            3) 65952
            4) 63952
 
SSC CGL (Tier - 1) Online Exam Paper – 2016
Answer key
1.        3
2.        3
3.        4
4.        3
5.        3
6.        3
7.        1
8.        4
9.        2
10.      2
11.      4
12.      2
13.      4
14.      1
15.      3
16.      2
17.      3
18.      2
19.      1
20.      4
21.      4
22.      2
23.      1
24.      1
25.      2
26.      1
27.      1
28.      4
29.      3
30.      4
31.      4
32.      4
33.      1         
34.      1
35.      1
36.      2
37.      1
38.      1
39.      1
40.      4
41.      1
42.      3
43.      3