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MPSC Police Sub Inspector Limited Departmental Examination 2016 -Paper-2

MPSC Police Sub Inspector Limited Departmental Examination 2016 -Paper-2 

  1. Pick out the word which can replace the word underlined without changing the meaning of the sentence.

We had to conceal the fact from her due to some reasons.

(1) Get

(2) Keep

(3) Hide

(4) Avoid

  1. Give one word for the phrase ‘In a nut-shell’.

(a) Intell

(b) Inside

(c) In short

(d) Intact

(1) Only a

(2) Only b

(3) Only c

(4) Only b and d

  1. Pick out the word that is most nearly the same in meaning as the following word: Cite

(1) Recollect

(2) Quote

(3) Number

(4) Illustrate

  1. Choose the word which is most opposite in meaning of the given word. Comparison

(1) Separate

(2) Different

(3) Distinct

(4) Contrast

  1. Choose the best alternative from the following which expresses the opposite meaning of the given word. Recede

(1) Rush

(2) Advance

(3) Approach

(4) Forward

  1. Pick out the correct meaning of the following word: Credulous

(1) A person having no sense of sympathy

(2) One who is inclined to fight

(3) One who is inclined to quarrel

(4) One who readily believes in others

  1. Choose the best alternative from the following which expresses the opposite meaning of the given word. Shallow

(1) High

(2) Hidden

(3) Deep

(4) Hollow

  1. Choose the correct word for the following : An act of killing one’s own family

(1) Genocide

(2) Homicide

(3) Suicide

(4) Patricide

  1. Read the following sentences carefully and decide on their correctness on the basis of the underlined words :

(a) An ordnance declaring President’s rule in the State has been issued today.

(b) The ordinance depot is situated far away from this city.

(1) Only a is correct.

(2) Only b is correct

(3) Both a and b are correct

(4) Botha and b are incorrect

  1. Choose the correct alternative in which words are correctly spelt.

(1) Fiber, Heritage, Guarantee, Heredity

(2) Fibre, Heritege, Guarantee, Heredity

(3) Fibre, Heritage, Guarantee, Heredity

(4) Fibre, Heritage, Gurantee, Heridity

  1. Read the following sentences carefully and decide on their correctness on the basis of the underlined words :

(a)The Government plans to take some sanitary measures in the State.

(b)The sanitary conditions of the town are not good.

(1) Only a is correct

(2) Only b is correct

(3) Both a and b are correct

(4) Both a and b are incorrect

  1. Identify the correct sentence. (a)The doctor attends on alternate days. (b)The doctor attends on alternative days.

(1) Only a is correct

(2) Only b is correct

(3) Both a and b are correct

(4) Both a and b are incorrect

  1. Choose the one which can be substituted for the given word sentence. A short, usually amusing story about some real person or went

(1) Anecdote

(2) Antidote

(3) Tale

(4) Megory

  1. Pick out the correct meaning of the word underlined. They won by a narrow margin.

(1) Edge

(2) Scope

(3) Difference

(4) Space

  1. Choose the word which can be substituted for the given words sentence. The custom of having many wives

(1) Monogamy

(2) Bigamy

(3) Polygamy

(4) Matrimony

  1. Choose the correct alternative to form a meaningful word. griev________

(1) ence

(2) iance

(3) ance

(4) nce

  1. Fill in the blanks with the correct word.

The bird will __________ in no time.

(1) sore

(2) sure

(3) soar

(4) suar

  1. Identify the correct sentence.

(a)His shoes are made of canvass.

(b)I am canvassing for my own candidate.

(1) Only a is correct

(2) Only b is correct

(3) Both a and b are correct

(4) Both a and b are incorrect

  1. Identify the meaning of the underlined words. The old couple was murdered in the wee hours.

(1) difficult hours

(2) peak hours

(3) at dawn

(4) in the evening

  1. Kindly help me. The above sentence is

(1) Assertive

(2) Imperative

(3) Interrogative

(4) Exclamatory

  1. Choose the correct synonym for the underlined word. At the time of elections, political parties accept deserters from other parties.

(1) patriot

(2) honest

(3) wicked

(4) runaways

  1. Identify the correct meaning of the underlined words. This house is an apple of discord between the two brothers.

(1) a wild goose chase

(2) a precious object

(3) an object of great love

(4) a bone of contention

  1. Select the correct indirect form of the sentence. He said, “Can you swim?”

(1) He asked me if I could swim.

(2) He asked me if1 can swim.

(3) He enquired whether I swam.

(4) He asked me if you could swim.

  1. Which one of the following is a distributive pronoun ?

(1) Those

(2) Some

(3) Each

(4) Whose

  1. Which of the following sentences indicate ability ?

(1) I could lift the box by myself.

(2) I may 1% the box by myself.

(3) I will lift the box by myself.

(4) I can lift the box by myself.

  1. Substitute the underlined word by choosing the correct alternative given below : Some writers depict mundane reality.

(1) dull and ordinary

(2) events that may not happen

(3) physical or mental sufferings

(4) exciting

  1. What [ ] No news even today [ ] Use appropriate punctuation marks in the brackets.

(1) ! !

(2) ? !

(3) ? ?

(4) ! ?

  1. Choose the sentence with correct use of modal auxiliary.

(a)She didn’t eat much of breakfast.

(b)You can’t see much of a country in a week.

(1) Only a is correct

(2) Only b is correct

(3) Both a and b are correct

(4) Both a and b are incorrect

  1. The meaning of ‘take to heart’ is ___________

(1) take something into the heart

(2) feel deeply

(3) feel the pain

(4) express joy

  1. Make the adjective of the word ‘occasion’

(1) occasioned

(2) accusational

(3) occasional

(4) occasionally

  1. Choose the correct passive form of the following : The Police has sounded a red alert in the city.

(1) A red alert had sounded in the city by the Police.

(2) A red alert has been sounded in the city by the Police.

(3) A red alert been sounded in the city by the Police.

(4) A red alert had been sounded in the city by the Police.

  1. Identify the sentence with the noun clause.

(1) He was doing something which was unacceptable.

(2) To be honest I am not sure what to do.

(3) The family who live opposite our house is Bengali.

(4) That he gave a false name was really a crime.

  1. Identify the correctly spelt word.

(1) Suspicious

(2) Suspicious

(3) Suspicious

(4) Suspicious

  1. Fill in the blank.

Please come straight to the point instead of _____________

(1) beating about the roses

(2) beating up

(3) beating about the bush

(4) beating a retreat

  1. The feminine form of the word ‘czar’ is _________.

(1) Czarin

(2) Czarina

(3) Czarees

(4) Czareena

  1. Choose the correct meaning of the underlined idiom. You failed to strike while the iron was hot.

(1) act with promptness when the opportunity comes

(2) strike the hot iron

(3) hot iron bends fast

(4) ad with lethargy

  1. Fill in the blank with appropriate tense form.

He ___________ since 8 o’clock in the morning.

(1) has been sleeping

(2) is sleeping

(3) was sleeping

(4) had slept

  1. Identify the meaning of the mood expressed in the sentence. Be regular in your studies.

(1) Command

(2) Prayer

(3) Exhortation

(4) Desire

  1. Rewrite the sentence removing ‘too’ from the following sentence : These mangoes are too cheap to be good.

(1) These mangoes are cheap but good.

(2) These mangoes are so cheap that they cannot be good.

(3) The mango is cheap and good.

(4) The mango is very cheap.

  1. Choose the best word which expresses the meaning of the given word. Eager

(1) Clever

(2) Enthusiastic

(3) Curious

(4) Devoted

Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions no. 41 to 45 given below it :

The Election Commission and political leaders have been trying to sell the idea of voting to the people by telling them that casting their ballot is their civic duty, a responsibility they must shoulder. This is entirely the wrong approach and the wrong choice of words. Terms like ‘duty’ and ‘responsibility’, laudable as they are, have connotations of the wearisome burdens that the common man or Aam Admi must labour under in day to day life. The last thing that the common man wants to hear about is yet another duty, yet another chore that must be performed. How does one turn a dreary chore into an exciting enterprise ? By doing what Mark Twain’s Tom Sawyer did when he was given the task of painting the family fence. He went at the job with such gusto that he convinced his watchers that painting fences was a fun activity, and soon had them willingly do the chore for him. Those who want the common man to vote, should use Tom Sawyer’s carrot of exciting entertainment instead of the stick of stem duty. For most of the time, so called common citizens are acutely aware – both in the metaphorical as well as literal sense, thanks to frequent electricity failures – that they are quite powerless. However, the one occasion they can turn tables on their rulers and wrest power from them is on voting day, when ejecting a smug incumbent from office or giving a brash contender a well-deserved comeuppance. It becomes as enjoyable and satisfying a spectator-cum-participatory sport as watching Sachin hit a sixer. Just as cricket has its glorious uncertainties, elections with its inglorious uncertainties can provide greater sport. Like painting Tom Sawyer’s fence, elections can be made entertaining and empowering activity. It should be an invitation to the populace to come and enjoy the process of pushing in or pushing out a campaigning hopeful.

  1. In the passage the writer is referring to some vital issues. Choose the correct options.

(a)Election is not a mere civic duty.

(b)Voting should not only be a duty or responsibility.

(c)Common citizens are aware of their powerlessness.

  1. Common citizens can enjoy voting as a sport.

(1) Only a and b (2) Only b and c

(3) None of these

(4) All of these

  1. Choose the correct options. When Tom Sawyer was given the difficult job to paint the fence alone, people willingly came forward to paint because

(a)He called them to join him as a duty

(b)He went about his job with great enthusiasm (c)His work attracted others as a fun activity d. He made people aware of their failures

(1) Only a and b

(2) Only b and c

(3) Only c and d

(4) Only a and c

  1. The phrase ‘carrot and stick’ means

(1) Dealing with a horse

(2) Chew a stick

(3) Reward and punishment

(4) Lift a carrot with a stick

  1. Choose the word(s) which are similar in meaning to the word ‘smug’ as used in the passage.

(1) To be happy

(2) To feel lost

(3) To dream

(4) To feel satisfied

  1. Choose the antonym for the word ‘Laudable’.

(1) Commend

(2) Celebrate

(3) Condemn

(4) Admire

Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions no. 46 to 50 given below it :

Meghnad Saha and Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar, besides being outstanding scientists in their own right, were equally important as organizers of research and as founders of scientific institutions. Both were favoured by history, having appeared as mature scientists on the national scene at that point in history when the Second World War had changed the pace and pattern of research the world over. Independence opened before them a virgin land awaiting scientific leadership. The era of collective work had begun. The small laboratory was now replaced by large-scale planning, expensive equipments and a big budget. Both Saha and Bhatnagar began their work during British rule, but under different circumstances. Bhatnagar had connections with the scientific industry from the start, Saha had none. However, both were pioneers, although they differed in style and both hastened a process of change in the scientific and technological climate of Indi(a)Meghnad Saha, the fifth child in a family of eight, was born in 1893, in a village near Dhak(a)His father owned a small grocery shop and preferred having Meghnad in the shop instead of sending him to school. However, Meghanad succeeded in going to school, mainly through the efforts of his elder brother and his primary school teachers, all of whom were impressed by his unusual knack for learning.

46.What was common between Meghnad Saha and Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar ?

(1) Both studied in the same school.

(2) Both belonged to farmers’ families.

(3) Both began their work during British rule.

(4) Both married foreigners.

  1. How did independence help Meghnad Saha and Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar ?

(1) Independence gave them political support.

(2) Independence offered them new opportunities.

(3) Independence gave them freedom to work.

(4) Independence gave them financial support.

  1. In what did Meghnad Saha and Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar differ from each other?

(1) Style

(2) Leadership

(3) Knowledge

(4) Financial status

  1. Where was Meghnad Saha born ?

(1) Madras

(2) Delhi

(3) A village

(4) Kolkata

  1. What was the contribution of Meghnad Saha and Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar to Indian science?

(1) Invention

(2) Education

(3) Scientific leadership

(4) Social service


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