Jalna District Court Question paper Set 1

  1. Direction: (Q. 1 to 5): Read each sentence to find out sentence to find out wheather there is any grammatical error in it. The error if any will be one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer will be ((d); i.e. “No error”.
    1. It is not safe (a)/ to drive (b)/ in Kolkata in the rush hour. (c)/ No error (d)

    Answer: 1-b

    1. I need cleaning (a)/ my shoes (b)/ with soap and water. (c) No error (d)

    Answer: 2-a

    1. I discussed with the architect (a)/ what colour (b)/ painting the walls with. (c)/ No error (d)

    Answer: 3-c

    1. Would you mind (a)/ help me (b)/ do the tasks (c)/ No error (d)

    Answer: 4-b

    1. I made him (a)/ to do (b)/ the project against his wishes. (c)/ No error (d)

    Answer: 5-b

    Direction (Q. 6 to 10): In each of the following questions select the antonym of the given word.

    1. Confuse

    (a) nonplus

    (b) compound

    (c) bewilder

    (d) clarify

    Answer: 6-d

    1. Hinder

    (a) impede

    (b) facilitate

    (c) hamper

    (d) facile

    Answer: 7-b

    1. Ruthless

    (a) sympathetic

    (b) callous

    (c) cruel

    (d) smooth

    Answer: 8-a

    1. Prominent

    (a) apparent

    (b) famous

    (c) obscure

    (d) notable

    Answer: 9-c

    1. Candid

    (a) frank

    (b) secretive

    (c) anxious

    (d) inactive

    Answer: 10-b

    Directions (Q. 11 to 15): In each of the following questions find out the correct synonym of the given word.

    1. Dearth

    (a) shortage

    (b) abundance

    (c) famine

    (d) mean

    Answer: 11-a

    1. Inhale

    (a) praise

    (b) breathe in

    (c) outburst

    (d) exhale

    Answer: 12-b

    1. Acquit

    (a) convict

    (b) know

    (c) exonerate

    (d) present

    Answer: 13-c

    1. Notorious

    (a) infamous

    (b) famous

    (c) wild

    (d) sleepy

    Answer: 14-a

    1. Morose

    (a) happy

    (b) slow

    (c) sad

    (d) quick

    Answer: 15-c

    Directions (Q. 16 to 20): Fill in the blanks with the correct word.

    1. His long illness has reduced him ……. a skeleton.

    (a) by

    (b) into

    (c) to

    (d) from

    Answer: 16-c

    1. He will not succeed ……… he works hard.

    (a) if

    (b) incase

    (c) until

    (d) unless

    Answer: 17-d

    1. The two of them shared the honours ……….. themselves.

    (a) in

    (b) among

    (c) between

    (d) to

    Answer: 18-c

    1. As a good citizen, we should abide ……… the rules.

    (a) from

    (b) to

    (c) in

    (d) by

    Answer: 19-d

    1. Ritesh has not made ………. progress in her assignment.

    (a) many

    (b) a lot of

    (c) much

    (d) a

     Answer: 20-c

    1. Find the least of a six digit number which is exactly divisible by 349.

    (a) 101063

    (b) 100163

    (c) 160063

    (d) None of these

     Answer: 21-b

    1. Find the square root of 535.9225

    (a) 23.45

    (b) 28.25

    (c) 23.15

    (d) 24.15

     Answer: 22-c

    1. If CP Rs.2,516 and SP is Rs.2,272, then percentage loss is

    (a) 8.71%

    (b) 7.43%

    (c) 9.69%

    (d) 10.28%

    Answer: 23-c

    1. If the average temperature of first four days of week was 39° C and the average temperature of the week was 40°C, then what was the average temperature of the last three days of the week?

    (a) 40.9°C

    (b) 39.9°C

    (c) 42.1°C

    (d) 41.3°C

    Answer: 24-d

    1. The number ….. can divide 111, 111, 111, 111.

    (a) 9 and 11

    (b) 13 and 11

    (c) 3 and 9

    (d) 3 and 11

    Answer: 25-d

    1. What will be the simple form of the ratio 3 hours : 1 day?

    (a) 1 : 6

    (b) 1 : 3

    (c) 1 : 8

    (d) 1 : 25

    Answer: 26-c

    1. Find the two numbers whose mean proportion is 12 and the third number is 324.

    (a) 6 and 8

    (b) 4 and 36

    (c) 3 and 24

    (d) None of these

    Answer: 27-b

    1. The maximum marks for an examination is 900. A student fails by 43 marks if he gets 33% of the maximum marks, What are pass marks?

    (a) 332

    (b) 360

    (c) 342

    (d) 375

    Answer: 29-c

    1. In how many years the simple interest on a sum of Rs.725 will be Rs.87 at 4% per annum?

    (a) 1 year

    (b) 5 years

    (c) 3 years

    (d) 4 years

    Answer: 30-c

    1. The SP of a TV set is marked at Rs.17,600 including sales tax at the rate of 10%. Find the sales tax

    (a) Rs.1,600

    (b) Rs.1,250

    (c) Rs.1,550

    (d) Rs.1,660

    Answer: 31-a

    1. 8 men can finish a certain amount of work in 40 days. If 2 more men join with them, the days needed to do the same amount of work is

    (a) 30

    (b) 32

    (c) 36

    (d) 25

    Answer: 32-b

    33.A motorist travelled between two towns, which are 65 km apart, in 2 hours and 10 minutes. Find the speed in metres per minute.

    (a) 600

    (b) 500

    (c) 700

    (d) 200

    Answer: 33-b

    1. AB and CD are lines, P is point on AB, A line PQ meets CD at R. If angle BPR = 30 degrees and angle CRQ = 150 degress, then

    (a) AB and CD are perpendicular

    (b) AB and CD are parallel

    (c) CD and PQ are perpendicular

    (d) None of the above

    Answer: 34-b

    1. How many metres of carpet 63 cm wide will be required to cover the floor of a room 14 m by 9 m?

    (a) 200 m

    (b) 210 m

    (c) 220 m

    (d) 185 m

    Answer: 35-a

    1. The radius of a circular pond is 14 m. A circular stage is made at the centre of the pond whose diameter is 14 m, what is the area where water is present?

    (a) 462 sq m

    (b) 564 sq m

    (c) 454 sq m

    (d) 532 sq m

    Answer: 36-a

    1. Simple interest of Rs.7,500, for 8 years at 6% per annum is:

    (a) 4,200

    (b) 3,600

    (c) 2,800

    (d) 3,400

    Answer: 37-b

    1. A number of two digits is 6 times the sum of its digits. When the sum of its digits is added to the number, the result is 63. What is the number?

    (a) 32

    (b) 42

    (c) 53

    (d) 54

    Answer: 38-d

    39.A rectangular water tank is 5 m high, 3 m long and 2 m wide. How many litres of water can it hold?

    (a) 30,000

    (b) 15,000

    (c) 25,000

    (d) 35,000

    Answer: 39-a

    40.A rectangle measures 8 cm on length. Its diagonal measures 10 cm. What is the perimeter of the rectangle?

    (a) 36 cm

    (b) 38 cm

    (c) 28 cm

    (d) 18 cm

    Answer: 40-c

    1. Who is considered the real founder of the Gupta Empire?

    (a) Chandragupta – II

    (b) Chandragupta – I

    (c) Samudragupta

    (d) Srigupta

    Answer: 41-b

    1. Shahjahan ascended the Mughal throne in

    (a) 1628 AD

    (b) 1626 AD

    (c) 1625 AD

    (d) 1627 AD

    Answer: 42-d

    1. Which is correct order?

    (a) Babar, Humayun, Jahangir, Akbar, Shahjahan, Aurangzeb

    (b) Babar, Humayun, Akbar, Jahangir, Shahjahan, Aurangzeb

    (c) Babar, Akbar, Humayun, Shahjahan, Jahangir, Aurangzeb

    (d) Babar, Humayun, Shahjahan, Akbar, Jahangir, Aurangzeb

    Answer: 43-b

    1. Ibn Battuta visited India during the rule of

    (a) Alauddin Khilji

    (b) Ghiyasuddin Tughlaq

    (c) Sher Shah Suri

    (d) Mohammad-bin-Tughlaq

    Answer: 44-d

    1. Who was the Nawab of Bengal during ‘Battle of Plassey’?

    (a) Siraj-ud-daulta

    (b) Mir Jafar

    (c) Mir Qasim

    (d) None of these

    Answer: 45-a

    1. FIFA World Cup, 2006 was played in

    (a) Germany

    (b) France

    (c) Spain

    (d) UK

    Answer: 46-a

    1. Munaf Patel plays which sport?

    (a) badminton

    (b) football

    (c) cricket

    (d) table-tennis

    Answer: 47-c

    1. The first Asian lady swimmer to have crossed the English Channel was

    (a) Bula Choudhary

    (b) Arati Saha

    (c) Nilima Ghosh

    (d) None of these

    Answer: 48-b

    1. Which country has never won the Cricket World Cup?

    (a) India

    (b) Pakistan

    (c) Sri Lanka

    (d) England

    Answer: 49-d

    1. Which cricket playing countries fight for the ‘ASHES’?

    (a) India and Pakistan

    (b) Australia and South Africa

    (c) Australia and England

    (d) England and West Indies

    Answer: 50-c