Railway NTPC Previous Year Paper 31 March 2016 II Shift

RRB NTPC 31 March 2016 (2nd Shift)

Instructions: For the following questions answer them individually

Q.  1 Bonny is the daughter of Indu’s brother. Indu has one sister, Chanda and one brother, Copal. How is Bonny related to Gopal?

(A) Sister

(B) Father

(C) Daughter

(D) Niece

Answer: C


Q.  2 Find the missing (?) in the series

NA, QD, ?, WJ, ZM

(A) SF

(B) TG

(C) UH

(D) VI

Answer: B


Q.  3 Three categories of employees get wages in the ratio of 1:2:3. If they get increments of 5%, 10% and 15% respectively, what will be the new ratio of their wages?

(A) 21:44:69

(B) 7:22:23

(C) 7:44:23

(D) 21:22:23

Answer: A


Q.  4 Hindustan Socialist Republican Association was founded by

(A) Subhash Chandra Bose

(B) Vinayak Damodar Savarkar

(C) Jayaprakash Narayan

(D) Bhagat Singh

Answer: D


Q.  5 Three freedom fighters including Bipin Chandra Pal were popularly known as Lal-Bal-Pal. Who were the other two?

(A) Subhash Chandra Bose &Bal Gangaclbar Tilak

(B) Bal Gangadhar Tilak & Lala Lajpat Rai

(C) Lala Lajpat Rai & Bhagat Singh

(D) Ram Prasad Bismil & Bhikaiji Cama

Answer: B


Q.  6 The maximum number of columns in the new MS Excel worksheet is

(A) 28

(B) 210

(C) 212

(D) 29

Answer: E 


Q.  7 The area of a circle is 616 sq.m. Find its diameter (π = 22/7).

(A) 7m

(B) 14m

(C) 28m

(D) 56m

Answer: C


Q.  8 Find the median mode and mean of 9, 5, 8, 9, 9, 7 8, 9, 8.

(A) 9, 9, 9

(B) 9, 8, 9

(C) 8, 9, 8

(D) 8, 9, 9

Answer: C


Q.  9 Which one of the following cities, is included in the first list of 20 proposed smart cities under the ‘Smart Cities Mission’ released by the Union Government in January 2016?

(A) Guwahati

(B) Mumbai

(C) Vadodara

(D) Kolkata

Answer: A


Q.  10 ‘Gallon’ is commonly used

(A) To refer to speed.

(B) To refer to a container.

(C) As a measure of volume.

(D) To express containers in terms of barrel.

Answer: C


Q.  11 Which one of the following countries does not have football as their national sport?

(A) Ghana

(B) Hungary

(C) Argentina

(D) Mauritius

Answer: C


Q.  12 Kurukshetra, the famous battle field mentioned in Mahabharata was located near

(A) Rawalpindi

(B) Meerut

(C) New Delhi

(D) Ambala City

Answer: D


Q.  13 How many millimeters make ten kilometers?

(A) 1010

(B) 109

(C) 108

(D) 107

Answer: D


Q.  14 The most active ingredient in bleaching powder is

(A) Iodine

(B) Calcium hypochlorite

(C) Nitric acid

(D) Ammonium sulphate

Answer: B


Q.  15 The Central Government granted a certain sum towards flood relief to 3 states A, B, and (C) in the ratio 2:3:4. If (C) gets Rs. 400 Crores more than A, what is the share of B?

(A) Rs. 400 crore

(B) Rs. 200 crore

(C) Rs. 600 crore

(D) Rs. 300 crore

Answer: C


Q.  16 Cricketer Virat Kohli was honoured with Arjuna Award in the year

(A) 2011

(B) 2012

(C) 2013

(D) 2014

Answer: C


Q.  17 The instrument used to determine the rotation speed of a shaft is called

(A) Speedometer

(B) Tachometer

(C) Anemometer

(D) Chronometer

Answer: B


Q.  18 Find the greatest length which can be used to measure exactly three cloth pieces of lengths 1.26 in, 1.98 m and 1.62 m respectively.

(A) 12 cm

(B) 14 cm

(C) 16 cm

(D) 18 cm

Answer: D


Q.  19 Slave Dynasty was founded by

(A) Qutbuddin Aibak

(B) Mahmud Ghazni

(C) Muhammad Ghori

(D) Razia Sultana

Answer: A


Q.  20 Exobiology refers to

(A) Life in outer space.

(B) Life of animals.

(C) Life of plants.

(D) Life of human beings on earth.

Answer: A


Q.  21 A call center recruits candidates with the following criteria

1. Candidates should have passed at least 10th standard.

2. Candidates must be fluent in English and Hindi.

3. Candidates must be ready to work in both day and night shifts.

Which candidate among the following will the call center definitely take?

(A) Seeta is a graduate, fluent in Marathi, Hindi and English and can work only in clay shift.

(B) Sarita is fluent in English, Tamil and Hindi, can work in both shifts and has had no formal education.

(C) Smita speaks English and Hindi very well, is ready for day as well as night shifts and has studied till 12th standard.

(D) Savita can work in both shifts, has passed 10th standard with 65% and speaks fluent Hindi and Marathi.

Answer: C


Q.  22 What will be the maturity value, if Rs. 13,500 is deposited at a simple rate of interest of 12.5% for two years?

(A) Rs. 15,187.50

(B) Rs. 16,875.00

(C) Rs. 16,875.50

(D) Rs. 16,785.00

Answer: B


Q.  23 Study of earth is known as

(A) Ecology

(B) Biology

(C) Ethology

(D) Geology

Answer: D


Q.  24 School W in a village, provides education from nursery to standard 4. In the same village, School (B) and school K provide education from standard 5 to 10. School F, which is in a nearby town, provides higher secondary education, that is, standard and only. The village has only three schools. Parents in the village have requested for more schools to the local panchayat.

Which conclusion follows the given statements?

(A) Schools are less in the village because parents do not want their children to study.

(B) Due to lack of teachers, village schools cannot compete with town schools.

(C) For higher secondary education, children of the village have to travel to the nearby town.

11th 12th

(D) Parents will send their kids to town, if school F provides primary education too.

Answer: C


Q.  25 The difference between the ages of mother and son was 21 when mother’s age was 43. If father is elder by 3 years to mother, what will be the difference between the ages of son and father when father attains 50 years?

(A) 21

(B) 22

(C) 23

(D) 24

Answer: D


Q.  26 A shop keeper purchased 15 kg of sugar and 20 kg of wheat at Rs. 50 and Rs. 75 per kg respectively. On selling them, he gained 10% on sugar and 20% on wheat. What was the total sale value?

(A) Rs. 2,550

(B) Rs. 2,625

(C) Rs. 1;800

(D) Rs. 1,575

Answer: B


Q.  27 Select the alternative that shows a different relationship as the given pair –

Crude : Raw

(A) Isolation : Separation

(B) Distinguished : August

(C) Assert : Hide

(D) Stop : Conclude

Answer: C


Q.  28 X can finish 25% of a work in a day. Y can do 12.5% of the same work in a day. In how many days, will both of them finish the work together?

(A) 2.67 days

(B) 2.33 days

(C) 3.33 days

(D) 3.67 days

Answer: A


Q.  29 If x + 2y = 27 and x – 2y = -1. find the value of y.

(A) 13

(B) 14

(C) 7

(D) 26

Answer: C


Q.  30 When did Bangladesh become an independent parliamentary democracy?

(A) December, 1971

(B) January, 1972

(C) March, 1972

(D) February, 1972

Answer: B


Q.  31 Find the smallest of the following decimals.

(A) 0.2 × 0.2 × 0.2

(B) 0.02 / 3

(C) 0.01 / 2

(D) 0.1 × 0.02 × 2

Answer: D


Q.  32 Find the range of the data 2, 1, 2. 3, 5, 4. 7, 3, 5, 2, 4.


(A) 5

(B) 4

(C) 3



(D) 6

Answer: D


Q.  33 A person with blood group AB

(A) Can donate blood to persons with blood group A, B and O.

(B) Is called universal blood donor.

(C) Can receive blood from any group.

(D) Is neither a universal recipient nor a donor.

Answer: C


Q.  34 You purchased two pieces of cloth measuring 1.2 m and 1.3 m each at Rs. 330 and Rs. 270 per meter

respectively and gave Rs. 1000 at the payment counter. How much cash will you get back?

(A) Rs. 253

(B) Rs. 604

(C) Rs. 649

(D) Rs. 235

Answer: A


Q.  35 Which one of the following does not belong to the group?

(A) Android



(D) Symbian

Answer: C


Q.  36 Find the odd one out among the following.





Answer: D


Q.  37 What is the difference between the maturity values, if Rs. 12,500 is invested for 2 years at 20% per annum simple interest and compound interest?

(A) Rs. 750

(B) Rs. 650

(C) Rs. 550

(D) Rs. 500

Answer: D


Q.  38 Under the Indian Constitution, legislative powers are vested with the

(A) President

(B) Prime Minister

(C) Union Council of Ministers

(D) Parliament

Answer: D


Q.  39 When a person can see only nearby objects, the condition is called

(A) Hypermetropia

(B) Astigmatism

(C) Myopia

(D) Retinopathy

Answer: C


Q.  40 The speed of car B is half the speed of car A. If car A covers a distance of 120 km in 1% hours, what is the speed of car B?

(A) 40 kmph

(B) 60 kmph

(C) 30 kmph

(D) 50 kmph

Answer: A


Q.  41 If SWEET is written as XAHGU, then HORSE is





Answer: D


Instructions: Consider the following information and answer questions based on it.

Five people P. Q, R, S and T visit an office on certain days of a week. They work as a plumber, carpenter, cook, electrician and doctor in random order. A person pursues only one profession and visits the office only one day in the week.

1. The plumber visits office every Monday.

2. P is an electrician who comes neither on Tuesday nor Thursday.

3. T is a carpenter and R is not plumber.

4. The person who visits the office on Thursday is not a doctor.

5. S works on a Tuesday and T works on the following day.


Q.  42 Which is the right combination?

(A) Monday – Electrician

(B) Thursday – Cook

(C) Tuesday – Carpenter

(D) Friday – Doctor

Answer: B


Q.  43 The doctor visits the office on

(A) Fridays

(B) Wednesdays

(C) Thursdays

(D) Tuesdays

Answer: D


Q.  44 Who is the plumber?

(A) Q

(B) S

(C) R

(D) T

Answer: A


Instructions: For the following questions answer them individually

Q.  45 An assertion (A) and a reason (R) are given below.

Assertion (A): Mangoes are sweet when they are ripe.

Reason (R): Mangoes are available mainly in summer in India.

Choose the correct option.

(A) Both (A) and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A

(B) Both (A) and R are true. but R is not the correct explanation of A

(C) (A) is true, but R is false

(D) (A) is false, but R is true

Answer: B


Q.  46 Statements followed by some conclusions are given below.


1. Sam sleeps more than Rain who sleeps only for 5 hours every day.

2. Shyam sleeps for 8 hours which is lesser than Sam’s by 2.


I. Sam sleeps for 6 hours.

II. Ram has a bad sleeping habit.

Find which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements.

(A) Only conclusion I follows.

(B) Only conclusion II follows.

(C) Both I and II follow.

(D) Neither I nor II follows.

Answer: D


Q.  47 What number, from the following, should be deducted from 1184 to make it exactly divisible by 21?

(A) 15

(B) 12

(C) 8

(D) 7

Answer: C


Q.  48 A rectangular playground ground of length 125m and width 75m, has a walking strip of width 3m in the middle of the ground, along the longer side. What is the area of the ground without the walking strip? 

(A) 9375 sq.m

(B) 9000 sq.m.

(C) 9750 sq.m

(D) 13625 sq.m

Answer: B


Q.  49 Cultivation is difficult on red soil because

(A) Its water holding capacity is less.

(B) It is highly contaminated.

(C) Biological components do not mix with it.

(D) It is red in colour.

Answer: A


Q.  50 The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) focusses on

(A) Solutions to global development challenges.

(B) Developing nations.

(C) Under-developed nations.

(D) Developed nations.

Answer: A


Q.  51 If Sun : Star then Moon : ……….

(A) Star

(B) Planet

(C) Comet

(D) Satellite

Answer: D


Q.  52 Find the missing number (?) in the series

1, 1, 4. 8, 9, ?,16, 64 ……….

(A) 21

(B) 23

(C) 25

(D) 27

Answer: D


Q.  53 Find the HCF of 48, 92 and 140.

(A) 8

(B) 6

(C) 4

(D) 3

Answer: C


Q.  54 If mathematical operators `−  ‘ and `−÷ ‘ are interchanged, then the value of 15 × 4 + 15 − 11 × 33 ÷ 98 is


(A) 6

(B) 7

(C) 8

(D) 9

Answer: B


Q.  55 The standard deviation of the set {10, 11, 12, 9, 8} is

(A) 1


(C) 2


Answer: B


Q.  56 Looking at a lady, Joey said, “She is the mother of my mother’s mother-in-law’s husband”. How is the lady related to Joey’s father?

(A) Mother

(B) Aunt

(C) Mother-in-law

(D) Grandmother

Answer: D


Q.  57 One Gigabyte =? (in decimal value)

(A) bytes

(B) bytes

(C) bytes

(D) bytes

Answer: C


Q.  58 The annual award of ‘Gandhi Peace Prize’ is given to

(A) Individuals only

(B) Institutions only

(C) Individuals and institutions

(D) Group of institutions

Answer: C


Instructions: Consider the chart and answer questions based on it.

The following pie chart shows fruit tree distribution in a farm land.



Q.  59 The sector angle corresponding to the Banana is

(A) 90°

(B) 54°

(C) 72°

(D) 36°

Answer: B


Q.  60 What is the ratio of Chikoo and Mango trees to that of Jamun, Orange and  Banana trees in the farm land?

(A) 1

(B) 1:3

(C) 11:9

(D) 3:1

Answer: C


Q.  61 If there are in all 960 trees, then how many of them are Mango trees?

(A) 192

(B) 288

(C) 384

(D) 336

Answer: D


Instructions: For the following questions answer them individually

Q.  62 The concept of Triratna belonged to

(A) Sikhism

(B) Jainism

(C) Buddhism

(D) Zoroastrianism

Answer: E


Q.  63 What is meant by space tourism?

(A) Scientific space exploration.

(B) Space travel for leisure.

(C) Touring the world only by flight.

(D) Reaching out to Mars.

Answer: B


Q.  64 Which country among the following is the smallest in terms of area?

(A) Brazil

(B) India

(C) Canada

(D) Russia

Answer: B


Q.  65 Why does a piece of cloth, which appears green in sunlight, appear black when it is viewed under red light?

(A) The cloth completely absorbs red colour wavelength.

(B) It is due to refraction.

(C) It is the effect of scattering of light.

(D) It is due to parallax error.

Answer: A


Q.  66 A is D’s brother. D is the son of Mrs. C. B is Mrs. C’s father. How is A related to B?

(A) Grandson

(B) Brother

(C) Son

(D) Grandfather

Answer: A


Q.  67 If S means ‘+ ‘ L means ‘×  ‘ U means ‘  ÷ ‘ and K means ‘ − ‘, then the value of

21 S 1 U 7 L 15 U 6 L 14 K 55 is

(A) -50

(B) 26

(C) -29

(D) 29

Answer: C


Q.  68 In a certain coding language, ‘Ginger is a root’ is written as 4123, ‘A tree has a root’ is 75422 and ‘Tree is green’ is 385. . Which digit represents ‘root’?

(A) 4

(B) 5

(C) 3

(D) 2

Answer: A


Q.  69 Hirakud reservoir is built across the river

(A) Sutlej

(B) Godavari

(C) Mahanadi

(D) Narmada

Answer: C


Q.  70 Which of the following authority is elected on the basis of proportional representation in India?

(A) Prime Minister


(B) President

(C) Governor

(D) Lok Sabha Speaker

Answer: B


Q.  71 How many players, on each side, are required for the game of volleyball?

(A) 6

(B) 8

(C) 5

(D) 7

Answer: A


Q.  72 A man traveled at 40 kmph. Had he increased his speed by 16 kmph, he would have covered 80 km more in the same time. Find the actual distance travelled?

(A) 40 km

(B) 20 km

(C) 30 km

(D) 48 km

Answer: B


Q.  73 AC is converted into DC by a

(A) Condenser

(B) Rectifier

(C) Amplifier

(D) Filter

Answer: B


Q.  74 Which one among the following does not belong to the group?

(A) Maestro

(B) Visa

(C) Master

(D) Credit Card

Answer: D


Q.  75 Statements followed by some conclusions are given below.


1. Smoking is injurious to health and one of the causes of cancer.

2. Government has prohibited smoking in public places.


I. Smoking causes cancer.

II. Sale of cigarette should be banned.

Find which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements.

(A) Only conclusion I follows.

(B) Only conclusion II follows.

(C) Both I and II follow.

(D) Neither I nor II follows.

Answer: A


Q.  76 In which quadrant, will the point (4, -2) be located?

(A) I

(B) II


(D) IV

Answer: D







Answer: A


Q.  78 Four pairs of words are given. Find the odd one out.

(A) Horse : Calf

(B) Deer : Fawn

(C) Fish : Fry

(D) Goat : Kid

Answer: A


Q.  79 Rearrange the jumbled letters to make a meaningful word and then select the one which is different.





Answer: B

Instructions: Study the following diagram and answer questions based on it.

The colour preferences of children are Given.

Q.  80 How many children like both brown and white but not black?

(A) 10

(B) 20

(C) 50

(D) None

Answer: D


Q.  81 The ratio of children who like brown to those who like black is

(A) 5/3

(B) 1/2

(C) 1

(D) 5/6

Answer: D


Q.  82 The ratio of kids who do not like black to those who like only black and white are

(A) 3:1

(B) 3:2

(C) 12:5

(D) 5:12

Answer: A


Instructions: For the following questions answer them individually

Q.  83 Grand Slam’ refers to winning certain major tennis tournaments in a single calendar year. The name of the tournaments are

(A) Australian Open, French Open and US Open

(B) Australian Open, French Open, US Open and Wimbledon

(C) French Open, US Open and Wimbledon

(D) French Open, US Open, Wimbledon and Olympic

Answer: B


Q.  84 Find the value of X3(X3 − X2 − X), when X = 4

(A) 2816

(B) 3328

(C) 2516

(D) 3332

Answer: A


Q.  85 With effect from 1st April 2010, banks have been allowing interest on saving account balance on 

(A) Annual basis



(B) Half yearly basis

(C) Quarterly basis

(D) Daily basis

Answer: D


Q.  86   97 × 97 = ?

(A) 9391

(B) 9409

(C) 9049

(D) 9309

Answer: B


Q.  87 Which of the following statement is true?

(A) Global warming and climate change are two different issues.

(B) Global warming will reduce the annual build-up of glacier ice.

(C) Global warming may cause sea levels to go down.

(D) Global warming may cause contraction of deserts.

Answer: B


Q.  88 Which of the following books was NOT written by Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam?

(A) The Scientific Indian

(B) Envisioning an Empowered Nation

(C) My Country, My Life

(D) Ignited Minds

Answer: C


Q.  89 The value of cos(1110°) is

(A) √3/2




(B) 1/2

(C) 1/√2

(D) 1

Answer: B


Q. 90 If sin θ = 2/3, Find the value of sec θ and cot θ.

(A) √5/2, 2/√5

(B) 2/√5, 3/5

(C) 3√5/5, √5/2

(D) 3/5, 3√5/5

Answer: C


Q. 91 ZIK(A) virus which damages the brain of the foetus is

(A) Mosquito borne

(B) Water borne

(C) Air borne

(D) Food borne

Answer: A


Q. 92 Simplify (X5 ÷ X4)3 ÷ X:

(A) X3

(B) X2

(C) X

(D) X−1

Answer: B


Q. 93 An article was sold for Rs. 2,400 at a discount of 20%. Find the selling price, if the discount was 25%. 

(A) Rs. 2,250

(B) Rs. 2,000

(C) Rs. 1,800

(D) Rs. 2,150

Answer: A


Q. 94 In a certain code, 134 is AGE and 92706 is INERT. What is 016923?





Answer: C


Q. 95 The name of the space shuttle, which carried the Indian born Kalpana Chawla into space was 

(A) Columbia

(B) Challenger

(C) Atlantis

(D) Endeavour

Answer: A


Q. 96 Find the similarity in the following:

Carbon, Silicon, Boron, Arsenic

(A) All of them are gases.

(B) All of them are non-metals.

(C) All of them are metals.

(D) No similarity.

Answer: B


Q. 97 A tank can be filled in 30 minutes. There is a leakage which can empty the tank in 90 minutes. Therefore, the tank will be filled in

(A) 60 minutes

(B) 45 minutes

(C) 55 minutes

(D) 50 minutes

Answer: B


Q. 98 Prostate in human body is a

(A) Connective tissue

(B) Gland

(C) Membrane

(D) Muscle

Answer: B


Q. 99 A product was sold. for Rs. 4,500 at a profit of 12.5%. What.was the amount of profit?

(A) Rs. 125

(B) Rs. 250

(C) Rs. 500

(D) Rs. 300

Answer: C


Q. 100 Find the odd one out.

(A) Nacl

(B) Na2CO3

(C) H2O

(D) He

Answer: D

Railway NTPC Previous Year Paper 30 March 2016 I Shift

RRB  NTPC 30 March 2016 (1st Shift) 

Instructions: For the following questions answer them individually

Q. 1 S and T can finish a work in 50 days. They worked together for 20 days and then left. How much of the work is left?

(A)  3/5

(B)  1/3

(C)  1/2

(D)  2/5

Answer: A


Q. 2 Money can be transferred using mobile phones through the service called


(B)  ECS



Answer: C


Q. 3 Find the factors of (x2 + x − 42)

(A)  (x + 14)(x − 3)

(B)  (x + 6)(x − 7)

(C)  (x − 6)(x + 7)

(D)  (x − 14)(x + 3)

Answer: C


Q. 4 The mean of the data 1, 2, 10, 18, 3, 17, 19 is

(A)  7

(B)  10

(C)  17

(D)  70

Answer: B


Q. 5 The smell that we get when LPG cylinder leaks is due to the presence of

(A)  Nitrogen peroxide

(B)  Carbon monoxide

(C)  Sulphur compound

(D)  Carbon dioxide

Answer: C


Q. 6 Blotting paper absorbs ink due to

(A)  Coarse nature of paper

(B)  Osmosis

(C)  Capillary action

(D)  Siphoning

Answer: C


Q. 7 Recipient of C. K. Nayudu Lifetime Achievement Award for 2014-15 in cricket was

(A)  Syed Kirmani

(B)  E. A. S. Prasanna

(C)  G. R. Vishwanath

(D)  Bishan Singh Bedi

Answer: A


Q. 8 Least distance of distinct vision for normal eye is

(A)  15 cm

(B)  20 cm

(C)  25 cm

(D)  30 cm

Answer: C


Q. 9 Four pairs of words are given. Find the odd one out.

(A)  5th June : World Environment Day

(B)  22nd April : Earth Day

(C)  22nd March : World Water Day

(D)  22nd May : World Sparrow Day

Answer: D


Q. 10 IP address refers to

(A)  (A) numerical network label.

(B)  (A) dynamic link between two computers.

(C)  (A) group of networks.

(D)  Digital `know your client’.

Answer: A


Q. 11 The first Indian communication satellite was

(A)  Aryabhatta

(B)  Bhaskara-I

(C)  Apple

(D)  Chandrayaan-I

Answer: C


Q. 12 The mode and median of the data 8, 6, 8, 7, 8, 6, 8, 7, 6 is

(A)  7 and 8

(B)  6 and 7

(C)  8 and 7

(D)  6 and 8

Answer: C


Q. 13 The winner of the open competition for designing the Rupee sign ‘₹’ was

(A)  Uday Kumar

(B)  Vijay Kumar

(C)  Prem Kumar

(D)  Pranav Kumar

Answer: A


Q. 14 What is the length of diagonal, if area 168cm2 of a rectangle is and breadth is 7cm?

(A)  24cm

(B)  15cm

(C)  17cm

(D)  25cm

Answer: D


Q. 15 India’s livestock disease monitoring and forecasting system is named as

(A)  Cattle Safety Laboratory

(B)  Animal Safety Laboratory

(C)  Biosafety Laboratory

(D)  Cattle Monitoring Laboratory

Answer: C


Q. 16 The cost of one dozen bananas is Rs. 5. The cost of one dozen oranges is Rs. 75. What will the cost of one and a quarter dozen bananas and three-fourth dozen oranges?

(A)  Rs. 112.50

(B)  Rs. 131.25

(C)  Rs. 102.50

(D)  Rs. 93.75

Answer: E


Q. 17 A shopkeeper purchased 10 boxes of pencils containing 10 pencils each at Rs. 100 per box and sold each pencil at a profit 12%. What is the total sale price?

(A)  Rs. 1,100

(B)  Rs. 1,120

(C)  Rs. 1,200

(D)  Rs. 1,210

Answer: B


Q. 18 The ‘Quit India’ movement was launched by Mahatma Gandhi in the year

(A)  1941

(B)  1942

(C)  1945

(D)  1946

Answer: B


Q. 19 Which of the following is appropriate to describe a Shooting Star?

(A)  Star

(B)  Planet

(C)  Fragments & debris

(D)  Asteroid

Answer: C


Q. 20 The O-T-(C)  medicine Crocin is an

(A)  Analgesic

(B)  Antipyretic

(C)  Analgesic and antipyretic

(D)  Antiseptic

Answer: C


Q. 21 Cricket World Cup 2019 is scheduled to be hosted by

(A)  England

(B)  South Africa

(C)  Wales

(D)  England and Wales

Answer: D


Q. 22 If A   means ‘+’, @ means ‘×’, & means ‘÷’ and V means ‘−’, then the value of

7 @ 2 V 135 & 5 @ 3 & 9 A 1

(A)  14

(B)  9

(C)  6

(D)  1

Answer: C


Q. 23 Select the alternative that shows a similar relationship as the given pair –

Minimum : Maximum

(A)  Worst : Best

(B)  Happy : Gay

(C)  First : Second

(D)  Sad : Angry

Answer: A


Q. 24 If the sum of digits is 9 and the difference between the digit in the ten’s place and unit’s place is 1, then the two-digit number is?

(A)  45

(B)  63

(C)  54

(D)  72

Answer: C


Q. 25 Pressure is measured in terms of

(A)  Mass & Density

(B)  Work done

(C)  Force and Area

(D)  Force and Distance

Answer: C


Q. 26 Which of the following is the least of all?

(A)  0.5

(B)  1/0.5

(C)  0.5 × 0.5

(D)  0.5 × 2

Answer: C


Q. 27 Which instrument is used for viewing the sun?

(A)  Stroboscope

(B)  Telescope

(C)  Helioscope

(D)  Sun meter

Answer: C


Q. 28 Find the least number to be added to 1739 so that it is exactly divisible by 11.

(A)  11

(B)  2

(C)  1

(D)  10

Answer: D


Instructions: Consider the following information and questions based on it.

P, W, Q, X, R, Y, Z and S sit randomly in a circle facing each other.

1. Y sits exactly between Q and R.

2. P does not sit next to either X or Z.

3. Z is to the immediate right of Q.

4. S sits third from the left of X and the right of Y.

Q. 29 Who sits to the left of S?

(A)  Z

(B)  X

(C)  P

(D)  Q

Answer: A


Q. 30 If they all were facing outside the circle, W would be to the left of

(A)  X

(B)  S

(C)  P

(D)  Cannot be determined

Answer: C


Q. 31 X sits between

(A)  R and Q

(B)  W and R

(C)  Q and Y

(D)  S and W

Answer: B


Instructions: For the following questions answer them individually

Q. 32 Read the following paragraph carefully and answer the question based on the information provided in it.

Population explosion needs controlled measures to manage earth’s resources. We must find ways to utilize the natural resources in an efficient manner to satisfy the ever-growing needs of the people. Solar energy may be used to replace the increasing demand for fuels like coal; wood and so on. Rainwater harvesting is a must to meet the water needs of the urban population. If we deplete the earth of its resources at such a fast pace, sooner or later we will have to search for another planet that can sustain life like earth.

Which of the following is true according to the paragraph?

(A)  There is another planet in the solar system like earth.

(B)  The demands of the population are unrealistic and should not be met.

(C)  Rainwater harvesting replaces the demand for coal and wood.

(D)  Measures have to be taken to wisely use the available natural resources.

Answer: D


Q. 33 The members of the Rajya Sabha are elected by the

(A)  Members of legislative assemblies of the states.

(B)  Members of the Lok Sabha.

(C)  People

(D)  Members of the legislative council.

Answer: A

Instructions: Study the following diagram and answer questions based on it.

The diagram represents the favourite ice-cream flavours of kids in a society.

Q. 34 How many kids like both Chocolate and Vanilla but not Strawberry?

(A)  5

(B)  7

(C)  12

(D)  15

Answer: D


Q. 35 How many kids like Strawberry but not Vanilla?

(A)  4

(B)  5

(C)  7

(D)  3

Answer: C


Q. 36 The ratio of kids who like Vanilla to those who like Chocolate is

(A)  12/30

(B)  39/45

(C)  27/45

(D)  39/55

Answer: D


Instructions: For the following questions answer them individually

Q. 37 Which of the following is in ascending order?

(A)  2/3, 3/4, 4/5, 1/2

(B)  3/4, 4/5, 1/2, 2/3

(C)  1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 4/5

(D)  4/5, 1/2, 2/3, 3/4

Answer: C


Q. 38 Oncology is associated with treatment of

(A)  Osteoporosis

(B)  Diabetes

(C)  Cancer

(D)  Renal failure

Answer: C


Q. 39 1.1 + 12.12 + 123.123 =?

(A)  134.343

(B)  133.433

(C)  132.123

(D)  136.343

Answer: D


Q. 40 The origin of the tantric Yogini Cult is believed to be from

(A)  Uttar Pradesh

(B)  Bihar

(C)  Odisha

(D)  Rajasthan

Answer: C


Q. 41 Looking at a portrait, Advaita said, “Anirudh is the father of my grandmother’s daughter’s niece. My grandfather had only two kids”. How is Anirudh related to Advaita?

(A)  Brother — Sister

(B)  Husband — Wife

(C)  Maternal Uncle – Niece

(D)  Father – Daughter

Answer: D


Q. 42 In a certain code, if GREAT is coded as JOEJK then ZEBRA is coded as





Answer: D


Q. 43 Who advocated the introduction of western education and English language in India?

(A)  Bal Gangadhar Tilak

(B)  Raja Ram Mohan Roy

(C)  Dadabhai Naoroji

(D)  Gopal Krishna Gokhale

Answer: B


Q. 44 If the value of θ =30°, then value of tan2 θ + cot2 θ

(A)  1/3

(B)  4/3

(C)  9/3

(D)  10/3

Answer: D


Q. 45 If PRINTER is $ # @ * ! & # , then INTERPRETER is

(A)  @ * ! & # $ & # ! & #

(B)  @ * & ! # $ # & & ! #

(C)  @ * ! & # $ # & ! & #

(D)  @ * ! & ! $ # & ! & #

Answer: C


Q. 46 Shimla Agreement 1972 was signed by

(A)  Foreign Ministers of India & Pakistan

(B)  Indira Gandhi & Z. A. Bhutto

(C)  Indira Gandhi & Benazir Bhutto

(D)  A. B. Vajpayee & Pervez Musharraf

Answer: B


Q. 47 A polygon has 9 sides. What is its interior angle?

(A)  140°

(B)  100°

(C)  120°

(D)  40°

Answer: A


Q. 48 125 – 73 + 48 – 137 + 99 = ?

(A)  237

(B)  62

(C)  -37

(D)  52

Answer: B


Q. 49 Rearrange the jumbled letters to make a meaningful word and then select the one which is different.

(A)  DRE




Answer: C


Q. 50 An assertion (A) and a reason (R) are given below.

Assertion (A): Agricultural activities are less on mountainous regions.

Reason (R): Mountains have less fertile terrain and difficult weather conditions.

Choose the correct option.

(A)  Both A  and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A

(B)  Both A  and R are true, but R is not the correct explanation of A

(C)  A is true, but R is false

(D)  A is false, but R is true

Answer: A


Q. 51 Statements followed by some conclusions are given below.


1. Some football players are cricketers.

2. All hockey players love football though some are cricketers.


I. Some hockey players who are cricketers play football too.

II. There is at most one cricketer who plays football and hockey.

Find which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements.

(A)  Only conclusion I follows.

(B)  Only conclusion II follows.

(C)  Both I and II follow.

(D)  Neither I nor II follows.

Answer: D


Q. 52 Rupee 5 and 10 coins are now made of

(A)  Ferritic stainless steel

(B)  Silver and steel

(C)  Cupro nickel alloy

(D)  Copper and brass

Answer: C


Q. 53 If LMN and UVW are similar triangles, the value of side s is

(A)  4

(B)  6

(C)  8

(D)  9

Answer: C


Q. 54 Statements followed by some conclusions are given below.


A. Some electricians are plumbers.

B. All plumbers are mechanics.


I. Some mechanics are electricians or plumbers.

II. Not all electricians are mechanics.

Find which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements.

(A)  Only conclusion I follows.

(B)  Only conclusion II follows.

(C)  Both I and II follow.

(D)  Neither I nor II follows.

Answer: C


Q. 55 A man introduces a lady as the daughter of the daughter of the father of his uncle. His uncle has only one sibling. The lady is the man’s ………..

(A)  Mother

(B)  Paternal Aunt

(C)  Sister

(D)  Daughter

Answer: C


Q. 56 Find the Greatest Common Factor of 280 and 144.

(A)  2

(B)  8

(C)  6

(D)  4

Answer: B


Q. 57 10 dozen apples. 15 dozen mangoes & 20 dozen oranges are kept for sale. 1/2nd , 1/ 3rd & 1/4th of each item respectively have been added. What is the total number of fruits kept for sale now?

(A)  720

(B)  600

(C)  580

(D)  820

Answer: A


Q. 58 Car B  is running twice as fast as car A. If car A covers a distance of 90 km in 11/2 hrs, what is the speed of car B?

(A)  60 kmph

(B)  90 kmph

(C)  100 kmph

(D)  120 kmph

Answer: D


Q. 59 Which signs should be interchanged if the equation below needs to be true?

1.5 + 8 × 9 − 16 ÷ 2 = 4

(A)  × and −

(B)  ÷ and −

(C)  + and ÷

(D)  − and +

Answer: B


Q. 60 National Space Society gave the 2015 Space Pioneer Award to

(A)  Mylswamy Annadurai, Head of Mars orbiter program team

(B)  ISRO’ s Mars Orbiter programme team

(C)  Mangalyaan

(D)  K. Radhakrishnan

Answer: B


Q. 61 Read the information carefully and select the correct option.

Offer A: Buy one item for Rs. 1599/- and get one free.

Offer B: Buy one item for Rs. 9991- and get another at 50% discount.

(A)  A is cheaper and B is costlier

(B)  A is costlier and B is cheaper

(C)  Cost is same in both cases

(D)  A and B  are not comparable

Answer: B


Q. 62 A man walks at a speed of 3 lanph. He doubles his speed after reaching exactly half way. He walks for 5 hours in all. What is the total distance travelled by him?

(A)  18 km

(B)  15 km

(C)  12 km

(D)  9 km

Answer: E


Q. 63 If TREK = 8346 and FAMILY = 209175, then REALITY = ?

(A)  3427185

(B)  3407185

(C)  3409175

(D)  3490185

Answer: B


Q. 64 Find the similarity in the following:

Plays, Movies, Documentary, Road shows

(A)  All can be used to convey social messages.

(B)  All are show-cased in theatres.

(C)  All of them are only in English language.

(D)  No similarity

Answer: A


Q. 65 Indian armed forces conducted ‘Operation Meghdoot’ at

(A)  Kargil

(B)  Srinagar

(C)  Siachen

(D)  Amritsar

Answer: C


Q. 66 If cos θ = 4/5, then (sec θ + cosec θ) = 

(A)  7/5

(B)  15/12

(C)  35/12

(D)  12/5

Answer: C


Q. 67 If 3A = 2B = C, then A:B:C  = ?

(A)  6:2:3

(B)  1/3:1/2:1

(C)  3:2:1

(D)  1:3:2

Answer: B


Q. 68 Champions of the 2nd football Indian Super League (ISL) were

(A)  FC Goa

(B)  Chennaiyin FC

(C)  Delhi Dynamos

(D)  Atletico de Kolkata

Answer: B


Instructions: Consider the bar chart and answer questions based on it.

The bar chart represents sales of four companies C1, C2, C3 and C4 (in millions) for the year 2012, 2013 and 2014.

Q. 69 The ratio of combined sales of Cl and C4 in the year 2013 to that of year 2012 is

(A)  1

(B)  1/2

(C)  3/2

(D)  2/3

Answer: A


Q. 70 Which two companies showed increase in their sales from 2012 to 2013?

(A)  Cl, C4

(B)  C2, C3

(C)  C3, C4

(D)  Cl, C3

Answer: C


Q. 71 The combined sales of C2 in 2012 and 2014 is how much more than that of C3 for the same years?

(A)  12%

(B)  13.72%

(C)  14.75%

(D)  17.30%

Answer: D


Instructions: For the following questions answer them individually

Q. 72 How many 6’s are there in the following sequence that are immediately preceded by 3 but not immediately followed by 0?

3 6 9 0 6 9 3 6 9 3 6 6 3 6 0 6 3 3 6 0

(A)  8

(B)  3

(C)  5

(D)  6

Answer: B


Q. 73 Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna awardee for 2015 was

(A)  Saina Nehwal

(B)  Sania Mirza

(C)  Vijay Kumar

(D)  Mary Kom

Answer: B


Q. 74 The richest source of Vitamin D from food is

(A)  Cotton seed oil

(B)  Olive oil

(C)  Cod liver oil

(D)  Sunflower oil

Answer: C


Q. 75 R borrowed Rs. 1,200 at 13% per annum simple interest. What amount will R pay to clear the debt after 5 years?

(A)  Rs. 1,860

(B)  Rs. 1,880

(C)  Rs. 1,980

(D)  Rs. 2,000

Answer: C


Q. 76 Find the standard deviation of {11, 7, 10, 13, 9}

(A)  1

(B)  2

(C)  4

(D)  5

Answer: B


Q. 77 Thar desert is in

(A)  Madhya Pradesh

(B)  Rajasthan

(C)  Gujarat

(D)  Uttarakhand

Answer: B


Q. 78 The summer capital of J&K Government is

(A)  Jammu

(B)  Srinagar

(C)  Gulmarg

(D)  Anantnau

Answer: B


Q. 79 National Good Governance Day is observed in India on

(A)  Dec 24

(B)  Dec 25

(C)  Dec 26

(D)  Dec 31

Answer: B


Q. 80 Q purchased a table for Its. 13,500 and sold it for Rs. 11,000. What is his loss percentage?

(A)  19.81%

(B)  20.62%

(C)  21.78%

(D)  22.34%

Answer: E


Q. 81 Air pollution level is considered to be moderate if Air Quality index between

(A)  0 to 50

(B)  51 to 100

(C)  101 to 150

(D)  151 to 200

Answer: D


Q. 82 Swachh Bharat Mission is to

(A)  Levy Swachh Bharat cess and earn revenue.

(B)  Make celebrities clean the roads.

(C)  Achieve clean and healthy India.

(D)  Dispose off waste material.

Answer: C


Q. 83 If Quarantine : Isolation, then Freedom :

(A)  Separation

(B)  Detention

(C)  Liberation

(D)  Constitution

Answer: C


Q. 84 If Q = 10 and FAX = 50, then XEROX =?

(A)  45

(B)  46

(C)  49

(D)  50

Answer: C


Q. 85 Find the missing (?) in the series TUS, QRP, ? KLJ, RIG

(A)  ONM

(B)  MNO

(C)  NOM

(D)  MON

Answer: C


Q. 86 IFSC  is the short term of

(A)  International Financial System Code

(B)  Indian Financial System Code

(C)  Inter-bank Financial System Code

(D)  Inter-bank Functional System Code

Answer: B


Q. 87 The ‘Constitution Day’ of India is observed on

(A)  24th November

(B)  25th November

(C)  26th November

(D)  27th November

Answer: C


Q. 88 Safety matches contain

(A)  Sulphur

(B)  Phosphorus

(C)  Magnesium

(D)  Potassium

Answer: B


Q. 89 From the following former Prime Ministers, whose name can be found on Indian currency notes?

(A)  Atal Bihari Vajpayee

(B)  Indira Gandhi

(C)  Dr. Manmohan Singh

(D)  Narasimha Rao

Answer: C


Q. 90 A square ground is to be covered by planting 100 saplings on each side. How many saplings are needed in all?

(A)  400

(B)  404

(C)  396

(D)  408

Answer: C


Q. 91 P can do a work in 10 days. Q can do the same work in 15 days. If they work together for 5 days, how much of the work they complete?

(A)  1/2

(B)  2/3

(C)  1/3

(D)  5/6

Answer: D


Q. 92 The third generation anti-tank missile that was successfully test fired by DRDO at Rajasthan is named 

(A)  Azni

(B)  Nag

(C)  Cobra

(D)  Toophan

Answer: B


Q. 93 You went to buy 3 articles worth Rs.500 each. However, as per the discount sale going on in the shop, you paid for two and got one free. What is the discount percentage in the deal?

(A)  30%

(B)  33%

(C)  33.13%

(D)  33.33%

Answer: D


Q. 94 During India’s freedom struggle„ the newspaper ‘Young India’ was published by

(A)  B. R. Ambedkar

(B)  Subhash Chandra Bose

(C)  Mahatma Gandhi

(D)  Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Answer: C


Q. 95 Which of the following does not belong to the group?





Answer: D


Q. 96 (a − b)2 + 2ab = ?

(A)  a2 − b2

(B)  a2 + b2

(C)  a2 − 4ab + b2

(D)  a2 − 2ab + b2

Answer: B


Q. 97 A company recruits candidates satisfying the following criteria

1. Candidates who secured at least 85% in standard 10th or equivalent.

2. Candidates who secured at least 65% in standard 12th or equivalent.

3. Candidates who are not from commerce background.

Who among the following candidates will the company definitely select?

(A)  Jitesh is a science student having scored 70% in standard 12th and 80% in 10th with an excellent sports background.

(B)  Jignesh scored 80% in standard 12th, 90% in standard 10th and secured 2Pd place in his college among all commerce students.

(C)  Jayesh scored 75% in standard 10th, 75% in standard 12th and is an arts student.

(D)  Jinesh secured 80% in standard 12th, 88% in standard 10th and is a science student with great acting skills.

Answer: D


Q. 98 What is the ratio of simple interest earned on certain amount at the rate of 12% for 6 years and that for 12 years?

(A)  1:2

(B)  2:3

(C)  3:4

(D)  4:5

Answer: A


Q. 99 Head Quarters of U.N.O. is in

(A)  New York

(B)  Washington

(C)  Geneva

(D)  Vienna

Answer: A


Q. 100 The function of BIOS is to

(A)  Initialize the system hardware components.

(B)  Update the system.

(C)  Ensure system performance.

(D)  Save the system from crashing.

Answer: A

Railway NTPC Previous Year Paper 29 March 2016 I Shift

RRB NTPC 29 March 2016 (1st Shift)

Instructions: For the following questions answer them individually

Q. 1 Find the odd one out : Chicken pox, Rubella, Flu, Meningitis

(A) Chicken pox

(B) Rubella

(C) Flu

(D) Meningitis

Answer: D


Q. 2 If a = ×, b = ÷ and c = +, find the value of 7a5c1b6

(A) 4

(B) 6

(C) 5/3

(D) 7

Answer: B


Q. 3 Din-i-ilahi was promoted by

(A) Babur

(B) Bahadur Shah

(C) Akbar

(D) Humayun

Answer: C


Q. 4 At a telephone exchange, three phones ring at intervals of 20 sec, 24 sec and 30 seconds. If they ring together at 11:25 a.m, when will they next ring together?

(A) 11:29 a.m.

(B) 11:27 am.

(C) 11:51 a.m.

(D) 12:29 p.m.

Answer: B


Instructions: Read and answer the following questions. The below table gives rice production in each year

Q. 5 What is the increased percentage of production in 2009 compared to year 2005?

(A) 38.1%

(B) 29.2%

(C) 52.3%

(D) 46.3%

Answer: C


Q. 6 What was the average production of rice in the period 2005-2009?

(A) 378

(B) 389

(C) 399

(D) 412

Answer: B


Q. 7 What was the decline in production in year 2008 compared to 2007?

(A) 40%

(B) 51%

(C) 67%

(D) 45%

Answer: A


Instructions: For the following questions answer them individually

Q. 8 In which year was RBI nationalized?

(A) 1969

(B) 1947

(C) 1949

(D) 1974

Answer: C


Q. 9 If ! = ÷, # = +, ^ = ×, the calculate the value of 32!4^7#5

(A) 58

(B) 61

(C) 64

(D) 55

Answer: B


Q. 10 Which is the largest freshwater lake in the World?

(A) Lake Victoria

(B) Lake Erie

(C) Lake Superior

(D) Lake Ontario

Answer: C


Q. 11 Which of the following is the name of a medieval Indian book on mathematics?

(A) Vastu Shastra

(B) Leelavati

(C) Panchadashi

(D) Roopmati

Answer: B


Instructions: Read the following information and answer the following questions below.

Bindu is standing exactly in the middle of a line of girls.

Asha is 6th to the left of Bindu and Ritu is 16th to Bindu’s right.

Q. 12 What is Asha’s position in the line?

(A) 22

(B) 12

(C) 18

(D) 11

Answer: D


Q. 13 What should be the minimum number of girls in the line?

(A) 22

(B) 28

(C) 33

(D) 32

Answer: D


Q. 14 What is Bindu’s position in the line?

(A) 11

(B) 14

(C) 16

(D) 17

Answer: D


Instructions: For the following questions answer them individually

Q. 15 Which of the following is reared for its fleece/fiber?

(A) Alpaca

(B) Alabama

(C) Apache

(D) Alluvial

Answer: A


Q. 16 Fill in the blanks: Sin A = ____  ×  cos A

(A) sin A

(B) tan A

(C) cot A

(D) cos A

Answer: B


Q. 17 From where was Mangalyaan launched?

(A) Chennai

(B) Sriharikota

(C) Trombay

(D) Gopalpur, on sea

Answer: B


Q. 18 What is the technology used in a compact disc?

(A) Electrical

(B) Laser

(C) Electro magnetic

(D) Aeronautical

Answer: B


Q. 19 Where was paper invented?

(A) China

(B) India

(C) Zambia

(D) Germany

Answer: A


Q. 20 Which revolutionary took his own life?

(A) Khudiram Bose

(B) Rash Behari Bose

(C) Bhagat Singh

(D) Chandrashekhar Azad

Answer: D


Q. 21 Azhar can complete a journey in 10 hours. He travels the first half of the journey at a speed of 21 km/hr. and the balance at 24 km/hr. Find the total distance in km?

(A) 234

(B) 225

(C) 224

(D) 232

Answer: C


Q. 22 Where in the human body can you find the islets of Langerhans?

(A) Small intestine

(B) Pancreas

(C) Stomach

(D) Heart

Answer: B


Q. 23 Pollination by wind is called?

(A) Hydrophily

(B) Pollinophily

(C) Anemophily

(D) Herbophily

Answer: C


Q. 24 Who wrote the National song of India?

(A) Rabindranath Tagore

(B) Bankim Chandra Chatterjee

(C) Mohammed Iqbal

(D) Chitragupta

Answer: B


Q. 25 Name the official language of Brazil?

(A) Portuguese

(B) German

(C) Italian

(D) Brazilian

Answer: A


Q. 26 Where can you find the Kunchikal waterfalls?

(A) Kerala

(B) Karnataka

(C) Andhra Pradesh

(D) Telangana

Answer: B


Q. 27 What is the minimum age for getting elected to the Lok Sabha?

(A) 18

(B) 21

(C) 16

(D) 25

Answer: D


Q. 28 ‘Queensberry rules’ is the code followed in which sport?

(A) Tennis

(B) Cricket

(C) Boxing

(D) Equestrian

Answer: C


Q. 29 Which of the following is the currency of Thailand?

(A) Rupee

(B) Ringgit

(C) Baht

(D) Yuan

Answer: C


Q. 30 Which is the only organ in the human body that can regrow/regenerate?

(A) Spleen

(B) Brain

(C) Liver

(D) Pancreas

Answer: C


Q. 31 Smita can finish a work in 12 days and Sam can finish the same work in 9 days. After working together for 4 days they both leave the job. What is the fraction of unfinished work?

(A) 1/2

(B) 7/9

(C) 2/9

(D) 1/4

Answer: C


Q. 32 A points to B and says to a lady C “His mother is the only daughter of your father”. If so, how is C related to B?

(A) Mother

(B) Daughter

(C) Grandmother

(D) Son

Answer: A


Q. 33 If x is a prime number, LCM of x and its successive number would be

(A) x

(B) x + 1

(C) x(x + 1)

(D) x/x+1

Answer: C


Q. 34 Below are given statements followed by some conclusions. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with the commonly known facts.


1) Some kids are clever.

2) Some kids are players.


I. Some players are clever

II. Some clever kids are players.

Decide which of the given conclusions logically follow (s) from the given statements.

(A) Only conclusion I follows

(B) Only conclusion II follows

(C) Both conclusion I and II follows

(D) Neither conclusion I nor II follows

Answer: C


Q. 35 Find the value of (0.0112−0.0012)of 0.14+0.25×0.2/0.02×0.01

(A) 257

(B) 25.7

(C) 2.57

(D) 0.0257

Answer: A


Q. 36 Which of the following gases are responsible for the greenhouse gas effect on Earth?

(A) Water Vapour and Carbon dioxide

(B) Carbon dioxide and Nitrogen

(C) Carbon dioxide and Methane

(D) Ozone and Methane

Answer: E


Q. 37 If △∘ = 52, □# = 43 what is #△□ ?

(A) 523

(B) 243

(C) 432

(D) 354

Answer: D


Q. 38 If ¼ of the wall is painted blue, 1/2 is painted yellow and remaining 3 m is painted white, what is the length of the wall?

(A) 10

(B) 8

(C) 16

(D) 12

Answer: D


Q. 39 In a certain code language, North=West, South=East, East=North, which direction does the sun rise?

(A) East

(B) West

(C) North

(D) South

Answer: C


Q. 40 Who was the last Mughal Emperor?

(A) Babur

(B) Jehanair

(C) Akbar

(D) Bahadur Shah

Answer: D


Q. 41 Who was the first to score a perfect 10 in Olympics in gymnastics?

(A) Nadia Comaneci

(B) Daniela Silivas

(C) Alexander Dityatin

(D) Mary Lou Retton

Answer: A


Q. 42 Geetha weighs 11.235 kg. Her sister weighs 1.4 times her weight. Find their combined weight?

(A) 15.729 kg.

(B) 25.964 kg.

(C) 26.964 kg

(D) 26.946 kg.

Answer: C


Q. 43 Below are given statements followed by some conclusions. You have to take the given statements to be

true even if they seem to be at variance with the commonly known facts.


1) Because of motor vehicles like cars, pollution has increased manifold.

2) Respiratory diseases are increasing due to pollution.


I. If cars were not there pollution would be nil

II Doctors earn a lot due to pollution.

Decide which of the given conclusions logically follow(s) from the given statements.

(A) Either I or II follows.

(B) Neither I nor II follow

(C) Only conclusion I follows

(D) Only conclusion II follows

Answer: B


Q. 44 Sita told her friend Gita “I am leaving today and will reach Mumbai tomorrow for my exams starting the day after tomorrow, which is Friday”. What day is tomorrow in this conversation?

(A) Wednesday

(B) Thursday

(C) Tuesday

(D) Saturday

Answer: B


Q. 45 A deep crack in a glacier is called

(A) A crevice

(B) A crevasse

(C) A crack

(D) A cleft

Answer: B


Q. 46 If angles of a quadrilateral are in the ratio 3:5:9:13, find the largest angle?

(A) 165

(B) 180

(C) 156

(D) 190

Answer: C


Q. 47 Headquarters of UNESCO is located at

(A) Moscow

(B) New York

(C) London

(D) Paris

Answer: D


Q. 48 Madhubani painting style is native to which state?

(A) Orissa

(B) Andhra Pradesh

(C) Bihar

(D) Madhya Pradesh

Answer: C


Q. 49 If cost price of 5 cars is equal to selling price of 4 cars. Find the percentage of profit or loss?

(A) 10% Profit

(B) 10% Loss

(C) 25% Profit

(D) 25% Loss

Answer: C


Q. 50 What smallest number should be added to the sum of squares of 15 and 14, so that the resulting number is a perfect square?

(A) 17

(B) 20

(C) 11

(D) 9

Answer: B


Q. 51 ‘E’ is related to ‘BH’ in the same way as ‘N’ is related to?

(A) IP

(B) KQ

(C) LP

(D) KR

Answer: B


Q. 52 Find the mean of the first 6 prime numbers?

(A) 14/3

(B) 3

(C) 41/6

(D) 13/2

Answer: C


Q. 53 The perimeter of a triangle is 28cm. If the length is 5/2 times its breadth, find the length and breadth of the triangle.

(A) 9 & 5

(B) 10 & 4

(C) 6 & 7

(D) 11 & 3

Answer: B


Q. 54 The sum of two digits of a number is 10. If the digits are interchanged, then its value increases by 18. 

Find the number.

(A) 46

(B) 64

(C) 19

(D) 28

Answer: A


Q. 55 Which of the following is always present in organic compounds?

(A) Carbon

(B) Nitrogen

(C) Sulphur

(D) Potassium

Answer: A


Q. 56 Below are given statements followed by some conclusions. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with the commonly known facts.


I. Health insurance in India caters only to rick

2. Health insurance sector should be regulated.

Conclusion :

I. Health insurance sector should be nationalized

II. Health insurance is not required for the poor.

Decide which of the given conclusions logically follow(s) from the given statements.

(A) Neither I nor II follow

(B) Only conclusion I follows

(C) Either I or II follows.

(D) Only conclusion II follows

Answer: A


Q. 57 If COW ÷ CW = 13, what might be the value of COW ?

(A) 272

(B) 195

(C) 323

(D) 387

Answer: B


Q. 58 Where is the Island of Seychelles located?

(A) Indian Ocean

(B) Pacific Ocean

(C) Atlantic Ocean

(D) The Southern Ocean

Answer: A


Q. 59 In an equilateral triangle ABC, D, E, F are the mid points of AB, B(C) and A(C) respectively. The quadrilateral BEF(D) is a

(A) Square

(B) Rectangle

(C) Parallelogram

(D) Rhombus

Answer: C


Q. 60 Where is the headquarters of Interpol located?

(A) Paris

(B) London

(C) Lyon

(D) Brussels

Answer: C


Q. 61 The ratio between the weights of gold and silver in an alloy is 17:3. If the weight of silver in the alloy is 2.7gm, find the weight of gold in the alloy?

(A) 12.6 gm

(B) 15.3 gm

(C) 18 gm

(D) 21.2 gm

Answer: B


Q. 62 Which is the largest non-polar desert in the World?

(A) Kalahari

(B) Gobi

(C) Sahara

(D) Great Australian

Answer: C


Q. 63 Which single discount will be equal to two successive discounts of 12% and 5%?

(A) 17%

(B) 8.5%

(C) 16.4%

(D) 15.2%

Answer: C


Q. 64 Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger are associated with?

(A) Wikipedia

(B) Google

(C) Whatsapp

(D) Facebook

Answer: A


Q. 65 What comes next in the series?

B, D, H, N ?

(A) V

(B) P

(C) S

(D) W

Answer: A


Q. 66 Which of the following is called Aurum?

(A) Bronze

(B) Gold

(C) Silver

(D) Copper

Answer: B



(A) Reptile

(B) Mongoose

(C) Hole

(D) Poison

Answer: B


Q. 68 Divide 13,680 in three parts such that part is 3/ of the third part and the ratio between and part is 4:7. How much is the first part?

(A) 3780

(B) 6300

(C) 3600

(D) 4800

Answer: A


Q. 69 Punched card is also called

(A) Hollerith card

(B) Video card

(C) Sound card

(D) Accelerator card

Answer: A


Q. 70 In a camp 180 students had ration for 20 days. How many students should leave the camp if the ration

should last for 25 days?

(A) 36

(B) 24

(C) 28

(D) 40

Answer: A


Q. 71 World environment day is observed on

(A) February 28

(B) May 16

(C) June 05

(D) September 12

1st 5th 2nd 3rd

Answer: C


Q. 72 Simplify50+18-8:

(A) 82

(B) 72

(C) 62

(D) 52

Answer: C


Q. 73 If 1 = 2, 3 = 6, 4 = 8, and + = – , what would be the value of 41 + 34 + 13 =?

(A) -88

(B) 88

(C) 12

(D) -12

Answer: D


Q. 74 If A’s sister’s husband is B’s mother-in-law’s son-in-law, how is (A) related to B?

(A) Father

(B) Father-in-law

(C) Brother-in-law

(D) Husband

Answer: D


Instructions: Read the following information and answer the following questions below.

In a class of 90 students, 80 students like burgers or pizza. 62 like burger and 56 like pizza.

Q. 75 How many like neither burger or pizza?

(A) 10

(B) 28

(C) 16

(D) 14

Answer: A


Q. 76 How many like both burger and pizza?

(A) 24

(B) 38

(C) 32

(D) 18

Answer: B


Q. 77 How many don’t like burger?

(A) 18

(B) 28

(C) 38

(D) 48

Answer: B


Instructions: For the following questions answer them individually

Q. 78 If SUN=108, MOON=114 what is STAR=?

(A) 120

(B) 116

(C) 122

(D) 128

Answer: B


Q. 79 With which sport is the term ‘Tee’ connected?

(A) Hockey

(B) Polo

(C) Golf

(D) Badminton

Answer: C


Q. 80 The average age of 27 students of a class is 22. If the age of the teacher is also added to their ages, then the average increases by one. Find the age of the teacher.

(A) 42

(B) 48

(C) 50

(D) 52

Answer: C


Q. 81 Who is called the Frontier Gandhi?

(A) Muhammad Ali Jinnah

(B) Mahatma Gandhi

(C) Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan

(D) Bal Gangadhar Tilak

Answer: C


Q. 82 Simplify 81x2-49y2/9z+7y:

(A) 9x + 7y

(B) 9x − 7y

(C) 9x

(D) 7y

Answer: B


Q. 83 Find the value of sin2 30 cos2 45 + 4 tan2 30 + (1/2) sin2 90 − cos2 90 + 1/24

(A) 3

(B) 4

(C) 2

(D) 1

Answer: C


Q. 84 Which number will fit in ‘?’ place in the following series?

2, ?, 12, 20, 30, 42

(A) 2

(B) 4

(C) 6

(D) 8

Answer: C


Q. 85 Granite is an example of

(A) Metamorphic rock

(B) Sedimentary rock

(C) Igneous rock

(D) Artificial stone

Answer: C


Q. 86 What did Edward Jenner pioneer?

(A) Vaccination

(B) Electrocution

(C) Dialysis

(D) Open heart surgery

Answer: A


Q. 87 The runs scored by two batsmen over 7 matches are given below. Which batsman’s average was better?

(A) Batsman 1 – 39.3

(B) Batsman 1 – 45.9

(C) Batsman 1 – 43.2

(D) Batsman 2 – 45.9

Answer: D


Q. 88 Which of the following is a landlocked country?

(A) Azerbaijan

(B) Kazakhstan

(C) Pakistan

(D) Bangladesh

Answer: B


Q. 89 9 After allowing a discount of 20% on Marked price Kishore makes a profit of 12%. What percentage is the Marked price above the Cost price?

(A) 40%

(B) 32%

(C) 25%

(D) 8%

Answer: A


Q. 90 Which Indian king used naval power to conquer parts of East Asia?

(A) Akbar

(B) Krishna deva Rava

(C) Rajendra Chola

(D) Shivaji

Answer: C


Q. 91 Which number will fit both the series of numbers?

Series A: 1, 4, 9… Series B: 1, 8, 27…

(A) 42

(B) 36

(C) 64

(D) 25

Answer: C


Q. 92 A certain sum when invested at 5% interest compounded annually for 3 years yields an interest of Rs. 2,522. Find the Principal?

(A) Rs. 12,522

(B) Rs. 15,200

(C) Rs. 16,000

(D) Rs. 17,200

Answer: C


Q. 93 The diagonal of a rhombus is 8m and 6m respectively. Find its area

(A) 48 sq.m.

(B) 24 sq.m.

(C) 12 sq.m.

(D) 96 sq.m.

Answer: B


Q. 94 Ram and Rakiim standing at a distance of 680n1 run towards each other at a speed of 8 m/sec and 9m/sec respectively. After how long will they meet?

(A) 17 sec

(B) 24 sec

(C) 40 sec

(D) 36 sec

Answer: C


Q. 95 Simplify 21/3 – 11/2 + 12/5 ÷ 21/3 :

(A) 1/10

(B) 1/10

(C) 11/10

(D) 1

Answer: C


Q. 96 If Reena sold 12 mobile phones for Rs. 188,160 which cost Rs. 14,056 per phone, what was the total profit made by her?

(A) Rs. 19,488

(B) Rs. 17,621

(C) Rs. 21,014

(D) Rs. 18,958

Answer: A


Q. 97 Which country has won maximum number of World Cup titles in football?

(A) Italy

(B) Argentina

(C) Brazil

(D) France

Answer: C


Q. 98 If ALPHA=36, BETA=26, then DELTA=?

(A) 38

(B) 31

(C) 40

(D) 36

Answer: C


Q. 99 If 3:27:: 5:?

(A) 25

(B) 125

(C) 250

(D) 625

Answer: B


Q. 100 Which is the brightest star in our night sky?

(A) Canopus

(B) Sirius A

(C) Vega

(D) Spica

Answer: B

Railway NTPC Previous Year Paper 28 March 2016 I Shift

RRB NTPC 28 March 2016 (1st Shift)

Instructions: For the following questions answer them individually

Q. 1 Find the odd one out:

Ostrich, Crow, Pigeon, Sparrow.

(A) Ostrich

(B) Pigeon

(C) Crow

(D) Sparrow

Answer: A


Q. 2 Simplify  √(1 − sin2 θ) ÷ (1 − cos2 θ)

(A) cot θ

(B) tan θ

(C) sec θ

(D) cosec θ

Answer: A


Q. 3 Pick the odd one out:

28, 44, 68, 80, 92

(A) 28

(B) 44

(C) 80

(D) 92

Answer: C


Q. 4 How much is one decalitre?

(A) 10 kilolitre

(B) 10 litre

(C) 100 litre

(D) 10 centilitre

Answer: B


Q. 5 Which river used to be called the ‘Sorrow of Bengal’?

(A) Brahmaputra

(B) Hooghly

(C) Bhagirathi

(D) Damodar

Answer: D



(A) Chalk

(B) Cycle

(C) Stethoscope

(D) Apron

Answer: C


Q. 7 In BRICS, which country is denoted by ‘B’?

(A) Bangladesh

(B) Belgium

(C) Brazil

(D) Bahrain

Answer: C


Q. 8 Mrinalini Sarabhai passed away recently. Who was she?

(A) Film Actress

(B) Scientist

(C) Classical Dancer

(D) Playback Singer

Answer: C


Q. 9 Mohan is taller than Rohan but shorter than Farhan. Kannan is shorter than Mohan but taller than Rohan. Shankar is taller than Rohan and Farhan. Who is the tallest?

(A) Mohan 

(B) Farhan

(C) Shankar

(D) Kannan

Answer: C


Q. 10 In a running race, if you overtake the last but one contestant, which position are you in?

(A) Last

(B) Second from last

(C) Third from last

(D) Fourth from last

Answer: B


Q. 11 What was the name of Maharana Pratap’s horse?

(A) Bulbul

(B) Chetak

(C) Hayagriva

(D) Badal

Answer: B


Q. 12 Aman and Ajay can build a wall in 9 days and 12 days respectively. In how many days can they finish the work if they work together?

(A) 551/7

(B) 111/2

(C) 2

(D) 7

Answer: A


Q. 13 Who is thought to have invented the thermoscope?

(A) Galileo Galilei

(B) Copernicus

(C) Isaac Newton

(D) J. Kepler

Answer: A


Q. 14 The number of bicycles sold by a shopkeeper in a particular week is shown below. How many bicycles were sold from Thursday to Sunday?


(A) 39

(B) 38

(C) 40

(D) 36

Answer: C


Q. 15 Who is a hacker?

(A) (A) person who sells goods in the street.

(B) (A) person who uses computers to gain unauthorized access to data

(C) (A) person who only sells computers online.

(D) (A) person who records phone calls.

Answer: B


Q. 16 What is the measure of the two equal angles of a right isosceles triangle?

(A) 30°

(B) 45°

(C) 60°

(D) 90°

Answer: B


Q. 17 Arteries carry blood, that is filled with

(A) Oxygen

(B) Carbon dioxide

(C) Toxins

(D) Lipids

Answer: A


Q. 18 Which of these is not a memorial to a dead person?

(A) Bibi ka Maqbara

(B) Taj Mahal

(C) Charminar

(D) Itmad Ud Daulah

Answer: C


Q. 19 Find two consecutive numbers where thrice the first number is more than twice the second number by 5.

(A) 5 and 6

(B) 6 and 7

(C) 7 and 8

(D) 9 and 10

Answer: C


Instructions: Read following table Answer the questions below.

Amar, Babu, Cera and Diya were asked to solve a question paper with 4 multiple choice questions with choices 1,2,3,4. The answer sheet as marked by them is reproduced here.

Babu got all the answers wrong. Amar s first two answers were definitely wrong. Diya got two answers right but her fourth answer was definitely wrong. Amar and Cera each have only one correct answer.

Q. 20 Which of Cera’s question is correct?

(A) Q1

(B) Q2

(C) Q3

(D) Q4

Answer: B


Q. 21 Which two answers of Diya is correct?

(A) Q1 and Q2

(B) Q1 and Q3

(C) Q2 and Q3

(D) Q3 and Q4

Answer: B


Q. 22 Whose answer to Q4 is correct?

(A) Amar

(B) Babu

(C) Diva

(D) None

Answer: A


Instructions: For the following questions answer them individually

Q. 23 In which State is Karla, famous for its Buddhist caves, located?

(A) Maharashtra

(B) Uttar Pradesh

(C) Uttarakhand

(D) Madhya Pradesh

Answer: A


Q. 24 In the following number series, one missing term is shown by `?’. Choose the missing term from the options below.

6, 12, 20, 30, ?, 56, 72

(A) 40

(B) 42

(C) 44

(D) 48

Answer: B


Q. 25 When was the Indian Constitution amended for the first time?

(A) 1949

(B) 1951

(C) 1952

(D) 1953

Answer: B


Q. 26 Circle:Circumference as Square:

(A) Sides

(B) Area

(C) Perimeter

(D) Diagonal

Answer: C


Q. 27 With which sport is Karnam Malleswari associated?

(A) Tennis

(B) Swimming

(C) Athletics

(D) Weightlifting

Answer: D


Q. 28 Which was the first satellite to orbit our Moon?

(A) Luna 2

(B) Luna 10

(C) Apollo 10

(D) Apollo 11

Answer: B


Q. 29 What should be subtracted from 107.03 to get 96.4?

(A) 1.63

(B) 10.63

(C) 10.53

(D) 9.63

Answer: B


Q. 30 Which number will be in the middle of the following numbers are arranged in descending order?

4456, 4465, 4655, 4665, 4565

(A) 4456

(B) 4465

(C) 4565

(D) 4655

Answer: C


Q. 31 Find the product of square root of 16 and square of 4?

(A) 8

(B) 64

(C) 16

(D) 256

Answer: B


Q. 32 Which of the following is true?

(A) 1 Gigabyte = 1024 MB

(B) 1 Gigabyte = 1,000,000 Kilobytes

(C) 1 Gigabyte = 10,000 MB

(D) 1 Gigabyte = 100,000 KB

Answer: A


Q. 33 If ‘A’ is the son of ‘B’ and is the father of ‘C’, how is ‘B’ related to ‘C’?

(A) Father

(B) Son

(C) Grandparent

(D) Grandchild

Answer: C


Q. 34 XCVI denotes

(A) 116

(B) 496

(C) 96

(D) 84

Answer: C


Q. 35 World Tuberculosis (TB) day is observed on?

(A) 28th March

(B) 24th March

(C) 24th May

(D) 28th May

Answer: B


Q. 36 Unscramble the letters ‘CCITRKE’ to form an English word and find the fifth letter of the unscrambled word?

(A) C

(B) K

(C) E

(D) I

Answer: B


Q. 37 Which of the following are called supplementary angles?

(A) Angles totalling 180°

(B) Angles totalling 135°

(C) Angles totalling 75°

(D) Angles totalling 90°

Answer: A


Q. 38 Who gave the slogan ‘Do or Die’ during India’s freedom struggle?

(A) Veer Savarkar

(B) Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose

(C) Mahatma Gandhi

(D) Subramanya Bharati

Answer: C


Q. 39 Rajiv said, pointing to a girl, “She is the only daughter of the father of my sister’s brother”. If so how is the girl related to Rajiv?

(A) Mother

(B) Aunt

(C) Sister

(D) Sister-in-law.

Answer: C


Q. 40 A man buys 144 oranges for Rs.360 and sells them at a gain of 10%. At what rate per dozen does he sell them?

(A) 25

(B) 30

(C) 33

(D) 36

Answer: C


Q. 41 Arrange the following word in alphabetical order and find the third word?

Singer, Single, Sinister, Simple.

(A) Single

(B) Singer

(C) Sinister

(D) Simple

Answer: A


Instructions: Read the following information and answer the following questions.

In a class of 40 students, 28 can speak Tamil and 30 can speak Telugu. All students can speak at least one of the two languages.

Q. 42 Find the number of persons who can speak only Telugu?

(A) 8

(B) 10

(C) 12

(D) 14

Answer: C


Q. 43 Find the number of students who can speak only Tamil

(A) 8

(B) 10

(C) 12

(D) 14

Answer: B


Q. 44 Find the minimum number of students who can speak both Tamil and Telugu.

(A) 12

(B) 15

(C) 18

(D) 22

Answer: C


Instructions: For the following questions answer them individually

Q. 45 The function of the lens in our eyes is to

(A) Cover the eyes

(B) Send messages of images to the brain

(C) Change the focal distance of the eye

(D) Protects eyes from injury.

Answer: C


Q. 46 How many moons does the planet Mars have?

(A) 1

(B) 2

(C) 3

(D) 4

Answer: B


Q. 47 In India who is the executive head of the state?

(A) Prime Minister

(B) The President

(C) The Chief justice of the Supreme Court

(D) The Governor

Answer: A


Q. 48 The product of the 2 numbers is 35828 and their HCF is 26. Find their LCM.

(A) 931788

(B) 689

(C) 1378

(D) 3583

Answer: C


Q. 49 Which is the capital of Cyprus?

(A) Nicosia

(B) Polis

(C) Lamaca

(D) Araddipou

Answer: A


Q. 50 If your father were your mother, your mother, your brother, your brother, your sister and your sister your

father, how would you call your sister?

(A) Father

(B) Mother

(C) Brother

(D) Sister

Answer: A


Q. 51 Raj scored 67, 69, 78, and 88 in 4 of his subjects. What should be his score in the 5th subject so that his average equals 80?

(A) 88

(B) 90

(C) 96

(D) 98

Answer: D


Q. 52 Who invented Penicillin?

(A) Ian Fleming

(B) Alexander Fleming

(C) Stephen Hawking

(D) Alexander Graham Bell

Answer: B


Q. 53 Aruna Asaf Ali is remembered for hoisting the Indian National Congress Flag at

(A) Non-cooperation Movement.

(B) Civil Disobedience Movement

(C) Self-rule Movement

(D) Quit India Movement

Answer: D


Q. 54 In 2014, the …………… Lok Sabha was elected

(A) 16th

(B) 19th

(C) 14th

(D) 23rd

Answer: A



Q. 55 Which boxer is nicknamed The Real Deal’?

(A) Mike Tyson

(B) Mohammed Ali

(C) Evander Holyfield

(D) Joe Louis

Answer: C


Q. 56 If Christmas was on Sunday in 2011, what day will it be in 2012?

(A) Monday

(B) Tuesday

(C) Wednesday

(D) Thursday

Answer: B


Instructions: Read the following information and answer the following questions.

Five girls are sitting in front, facing you.

Ruhi and Manali respectively are sitting to the right and left of Urja.

Dhwani is sitting between Manali and Tanya


Q. 57 How many girls are there between Dhwani and Ruhi?

(A) 1

(B) 2

(C) 3

(D) 4

Answer: B


Q. 58 Who is sitting in the middle?

(A) Dhwani

(B) Urj

(C) Manali

(D) Tanya

Answer: C


Q. 59 Who is sitting to the right of Tanya?

(A) Ruhi

(B) Manali

(C) Dhwani

(D) Urja

Answer: C


Instructions: For the following questions answer them individually

Q. 60 The Rowlatt Act was passed in which year?

(A) 1919

(B) 1921

(C) 1923

(D) 1916

Answer: A


Q. 61 Blunt:Sharp as Sow :……

(A) Reap

(B) Seeds

(C) Farmer

(D) Crop

Answer: A


Q. 62 Which among the below choices can cause a Tsunami (also known as harbor wave)

(A) Under sea earthquakes

(B) Typhoon

(C) Volcanic eruptions on land

(D) Drought

Answer: A


Q. 63 Find the odd one out.

1, 8, 27, 36, 125, 216

(A) 1

(B) 8

(C) 36

(D) 216

Answer: C


Q. 64 Calculate the amount on Rs. 37,500 @ 8% p.a compounded half yearly for 112 years.

(A) Rs. 42,182.40

(B) Rs. 42,000

(C) Rs. 42,120

(D) Rs. 42,812.40

Answer: A


Q. 65 How many prime numbers are there between 50 and 100?

(A) 6

(B) 10

(C) 13

(D) 5

Answer: B


Q. 66 What percent of 1 hour is 1 minute and 12 seconds?

(A) 2%

(B) 12%

(C) 11%

(D) 1.2%

Answer: A



Q. 67 Find the odd one out : External Hard drive, Keyboard, Digital camera, Compact Disc

(A) External Hard drive

(B) Keyboard

(C) Digital camera

(D) Compact Disc

Answer: B


Q. 68 Three bells ring at intervals of 15, 20 and 30 minutes respectively. If they all ring at 11.00 a.m. together, at what lime will ‘ they next ring together?

(A) 11.30 a.m.

(B) 12 noon

(C) 12.30 p.m.

(D) 1.00 p.m.

Answer: B


Q. 69 When did Vasco da Gama landed in India?

(A) 1492

(B) 1498

(C) 1948

(D) 1857

Answer: B


Q. 70 Five students Priyanka, Mary, Sunil, Asha and Ryan are standing in a line. Priyanka and Sunil are standing ahead of Ryan. Sunil is standing between Ryan and Asha. Between Sunil and Mary, Ryan is standing. Who is the first in the line?

(A) Asha

(B) Sunil

(C) Ryan

(D) Priyanka

Answer: D


Q. 71 From the following which is an example of a single-celled organism?

(A) Protozoa

(B) Arthropods

(C) Echinoderms

(D) Annelids

Answer: A


Q. 72 A’s height is 5/8th of B’s height. What is the ratio of B’s height to A’s height?

(A) 5:8

(B) 3:8

(C) 5:3

(D) 8:5

Answer: D


Q. 73 Which of the following is also called Marsh Gas?

(A) Propane

(B) Ethane

(C) Methane

(D) Butane

Answer: C


Q. 74 A man travelling by bus finds that the bus crosses 35 electric poles in 1 minute and the distance between 2 poles is 50 metres. Find the speed of the bus.

(A) 112 km/hr.

(B) 102 km/hr.

(C) 110 km/hr.

(D) 120 km/hr.

Answer: B


Q. 75 Of AMERICA = 1734651, INDIA: = 68961, how will you write CANADA?

(A) 719181

(B) 518191

(C) 519581

(D) 715148

Answer: B


Q. 76 Two-thirds of children are in the age group of 1-12 years. Of this, if three-fourths are in the age group of 1- 8 years find the fraction of children in the age group of 9-12 years?

(A) 1/3

(B) 1/4

(C) 1/6

(D) 1/2

Answer: C


Q. 77 Where can you find the Golden Temple of Dambulla?

(A) Amritsar

(B) Sri Lanka

(C) Indonesia

(D) Malaysia

Answer: B


Q. 78 If COW=41, GOAT=43, then DOG=?

(A) 47

(B) 38

(C) 25

(D) 26

Answer: D


Q. 79 In a company 10 employees get a salary of Rs. 36,200 each and 15 employees get a salary of Rs. 33,550 each. What is the average salary per employee?

(A) 34,875

(B) 34,610

(C) 27,900

(D) 36,410

Answer: B


Q. 80 Ram is 4 times his son’s age today. Five years hence, Ram will be thrice his son’s age. Find their current ages?

(A) 60,15

(B) 40,10

(C) 20,5

(D) 32,8

Answer: B


Q. 81 Meena took a car loan for Rs.275,000 from the bank. She paid an interest@ 8% p.a. and settled the account after 3 years. At the time of settlement she gave her old scooter to the bank plus Rs335,000. What price did the scooter fetch?

(A) 60,000

(B) 6,000

(C) 66,000

(D) 6,600

Answer: B


Q. 82 The distance between two places, (A) and B, is 300 km. Two riders, on scooters start simultaneously from (A) and (B) towards each other. The distance between them after 2.5hrs is 25 km. If the speed of one scooter is 10 km/hr more than the other, find the speed of each scooter in km/hr.

(A) 50 and 60

(B) 30 and 40

(C) 40 and 50

(D) 60 and 70

Answer: A


Q. 83 Emperor Ashoka was the successor of?

(A) Chandragupta Maurya

(B) Bindusara

(C) Susima

(D) Dasharatha

Answer: B


Q. 84 The dance form Kuchipudi originated from which part of India?

(A) Tamil Nadu

(B) Maharashtra

(C) Andhra Pradesh

(D) Odisha

Answer: C


Q. 85 Who is believed to have built the Konark Temple?

(A) Raja Kulothunga

(B) Narasimha Deva

(C) Vishnugopa

(D) Mahipala

Answer: B


Q. 86 A seven-sided polygon is called

(A) Nonagon

(B) Hexagon

(C) Heptagon

(D) Octagon

Answer: C


Q. 87 Julia started walking towards North direction from her house. After a while she turned left and later on turned right. She further turned right. Which direction is she facing now? 

(A) East

(B) West

(C) North

(D) South

Answer: A


Q. 88 Read statements 1 and 2. Also read the conclusions 3 and 4 drawn from the statements.


1. Some birds are Donkeys.

2. All donkeys are stupid.


3. All birds are stupid.

4. Some birds are stupid.

Choose which of the conclusions are right.

(A) Only 3 is correct

(B) Only 4 is correct

(C) Both 3 and 4 are correct

(D) Neither 3 nor 4 is correct

Answer: B


Q. 89 What is the desert adjoining the Thar desert called in Pakistan?

(A) Gobi

(B) Cholisten

(C) Sukkur

(D) Mirpur

Answer: B


Q. 90 If Cot A = 12/5 then (SinA + CosA) × CosecA is?

(A) 12/5

(B) 17/5

(C) 11/5

(D) 2

Answer: B


Q. 91 Science of the study of preserved remains or traces of Animals, plants, and other organisms from the remote past is called

(A) Anthropology

(B) Archaeology

(C) Paleontology

(D) Pharmacology

Answer: C


Q. 92 If (a2 − b2) ÷ (a + b) = 25, find a – b ?

(A) 15

(B) 18

(C) 25

(D) 30

Answer: C


Q. 93 Atomic weight of an element is compared with which of the following to get the atomic weight of that element?

(A) Oxygen

(B) Carbon

(C) Hydrogen

(D) Nitrogen

Answer: C


Q. 94 What is the shape of the Earth?

(A) Perfect hemisphere

(B) Mostly flat

(C) Perfect Sphere

(D) Oblate Sphere

Answer: D


Q. 95 Which two teams played the first official international cricket match?

(A) England and Australia

(B) England and West Indies

(C) US(A) and Canada

(D) Australia and India

Answer: C


Q. 96 Which is the smallest continent?

(A) Australia

(B) Antarctica

(C) Africa

(D) South America

Answer: A


Q. 97 A man sells a table for Rs. 4200 at 25% loss. At what price must he sell to get a profit of 25%?

(A) 1,400

(B) 8,400

(C) 7,000

(D) 5,600

Answer: C


Q. 98 As the frequency of a wave increases, what happens to its wavelength?

(A) It increases

(B) It remains same

(C) It decreases

(D) There is no connection between the two

Answer: C


Q. 99 A tank can be filled by two taps X and Y in 5 hrs and 10 hrs respectively while another tap Z empties the tank in 20 hrs. In how many hours can the tank be filled if all 3 taps are kept open?

(A) 5

(B) 4

(C) 7

(D) 8

Answer: B


Q. 100 Anil bought 100 eggs at Rs.6 per egg. He sold 25 eggs at 10% profit, another 25 eggs at 25% loss and the balance 50 eggs 0 at 20% profit. Find the overall profit or loss percent Anil made?

(A) 6.25% loss

(B) 6.25% profit

(C) 8% profit

(D) 12% loss

Answer: B

Railway NTPC Previous Year Paper 27 April 2016 II Shift

RRB NTPC 27 April 2016 (2nd Shift)

Instructions: For the following questions answer them individually

Q. 1 …………. is not caused by airborne transmission.


(B) Chickenpox

(C) Measles

(D) Hepatitis B

Answer: D


Q. 2 Read the statements and answer the question based on it.


1. Some mammals are extinct and some are critically endangered.

2. All dinosaurs are extinct.

3. Some reptiles are critically endangered and some are already extinct.

Which option logically follows the given statements?

(A) All dinosaurs are mammals.

(B) There are no reptiles that are out of the danger of extinction.

(C) No dinosaurs are critically endangered.

(D) Some reptiles are dinosaurs who are extinct.

Answer: C


Q. 3 Allergy Screening Blood Test for human beings does not include



(C) IgE

(D) Hemoglobin A1C

Answer: D


Q. 4 …….. is not a tributary of the river Ganges.

(A) Yamuna

(B) Gomti

(C) Kosi

(D) Manas

Answer: D


Q. 5 What is the number which when multiplied by 6 is 6 less than 60?

(A) 6

(B) 7

(C) 8

(D) 9

Answer: D


Q. 6 The area of a rectangle is 448 sq.m. If the length is more than the breadth by 12%, find the breadth.

(A) 14 m

(B) 16 m

(C) 18 m

(D) 20 m

Answer: D


Q. 7 Mirages are formed primarily due to of light.

(A) Reflection

(B) Diffusion

(C) Refraction

(D) Scattering

Answer: C


Q. 8 Resolution : Determination : : Consensus : …………

(A) Difference

(B) Unanimity

(C) Decide

(D) Outcome

Answer: B


Instructions: Consider the information and answer the following questions based on it.

The following table represents the transport preferences of a certain number of people in three towns V, K and S.

Q. 9 What is the most preferred mode of transport?

(A) Train

(B) Bus

(C) Cycle

(D) Taxi

Answer: C


Q. 10 The number of people wanting to travel by train and bus is how much more or less than those wanting to travel by taxi and own car?

(A) 15 more

(B) 15 less

(C) 20 more

(D) 20 less

Answer: D


Q. 11 The difference between people who prefer taxi to own car is?

(A) 5

(B) 10

(C) 15

(D) 20

Answer: A


Instructions: For the following questions answer them individually

Q. 12 Salt Satyagraha in Tamil Nadu was led by

(A) C. Rajagopalachari

(B) K. Kamaraj

(C) Potti Sriramulu

(D) C. Subramaniam

Answer: A


Q. 13  An assertion (A) and a reason (R) are given below.

Assertion (A): Tungsten filament is used for making light bulbs.

Reason (R): Tungsten has a high melting point.

Choose the correct option.

(A) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A

(B) Both A and R are true, but R is not the correct explanation of A

(C) A is true, but R is false

(D) A is false, but R is true

Answer: A


Q. 14 Esc key in a windows keyboard is not used to

(A) Close a dialog-box

(B) Run a selected command

(C) Cancel a command

(D) Close a selected drop down list

Answer: B


Q. 15 Its. 3,105 is due to be divided among K, L and M in the proportion of 2/3 : 3/4 : 1/2 respectively. How much will L get?

(A) Rs. 1,080

(B) Rs. 810

(C) Rs. 1,215

(D) Rs. 970

Answer: C


Q. 16 If ‘due to you’ is coded as ‘ba da Ca’, ‘he is due’ as ‘xe ba le’ and ‘is due to’ as ‘ba xe ca’, then ‘you’ = ?

(A) ba

(B) ca

(C) xe

(D) da

Answer: D


Q. 17 If a – b = 5 and = 97, ab = ?

(A) 48

(B) 32

(C) 36

(D) 72

Answer: C


Q. 18 If CAR = 22 and BUS = 42, then TRAM =?

(A) 62

(B) 52

(C) 72

(D) 42

Answer: B


Q. 19 N invested Rs. 20,000 in a business. Six months later, C joined him with Rs. 10,000. At the end of the year, the profit was Rs. 10,000. What should be the share of N?

(A) Rs. 2,000

(B) Rs. 4,000

(C) Rs. 6,000

(D) Rs. 8,000

Answer: D


Q. 20 If WORK = 7935, ROCK = 3587 AN(D) WART = 1945, which digit stands for T?

(A) Either 9 or 1

(B) Either 8 or 1

(C) Either 4 or 5

(D) Either 1 or 4

Answer: D


Q. 21 Yerwada Jail is in

(A) Mumbai

(B) Pune

(C) Goa

(D) Nagpur

Answer: B


Q. 22 Which pair is not similar to the other three?

(A) Bare : Dressed

(B) Baffled : Informed

(C) Counterfeit : Fake

(D) Degrade : Exalt

Answer: C


Q. 23 A grant for estimated expenditure made by Lok Sabha for part of a financial year pending voting is called

(A) Cut motion

(B) Appropriation

(C) Prorogation

(D) Vote on account

Answer: D


Q. 24 …….. is the capital of Mizoram

(A) Shillong

(B) Aizawl

(C) Kavaratti

(D) Imphal

Answer: B


Q. 25 Statements followed by some conclusions are given below.


1. We don’t have the will to punish the guilty unless he is weak and poor.

2. The rich and well-connected get away with every wrong doing.


I. The rich people are able to escape punishment for wrong doing.

II. If we will, justice will be same for all.

Find which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements.

(A) Only conclusion I follows

(B) Only conclusion II follows

(C) Both I and II follow

(D) Neither I nor II follows

Answer: C


Q. 26 India shares water border with ……. countries.

(A) One

(B) Two

(C) Three

(D) Four

Answer: D


Q. 27 Find the LCM of 12, 16, 20 and 24.

(A) 180

(B) 220

(C) 240

(D) 260

Answer: C


Q. 28 Which of the following does not represent the things that make a ‘Smart City’, under the smart city campaign?

(A) Affordable housing, especially for the poor.

(B) Adequate water supply.

(C) Free health and education.

(D) Sustainable environment.

Answer: C


Q. 29 A box of 20 items was bought for Rs. 6,400 after a discount of 20%. Find the cost of each item.

(A) Rs. 300

(B) Rs. 350

(C) Rs. 400

(D) Rs. 450

Answer: C


Q. 30  Error : Blunder :: ……… : Excellent

(A) Acceptable

(B) Excel

(C) Unsatisfactory

(D) Splendid

Answer: D


Q. 31 In human body, vertebrae are part of

(A) Intestine

(B) Liver

(C) Spinal cord

(D) Brain

Answer: C


Q. 32 Find the missing (?) in the series.

AB, CE, FI, ?, OT

(A) JM

(B) GK

(C) HO

(D) JN

Answer: D


Q. 33 ………. are twin prime numbers.

(A) (4, 9)

(B) (2, 3)

(C) (4, 6)

(D) (3, 5)

Answer: D


Q. 34 X does 25% of a work in 20 days. Y joins X and they together finish the remaining work in 15 days. Y alone can do the whole work in days.

(A) 30 days

(B) 25 1/2 days

(C) 26 2/3 days

(D) 26 1/3 days

Answer: C


Q. 35 = ? (4x − 7)2

(A) 4×2 − 56x + 49

(B) 4×2 − 14x + 49

(C) 16×2 + 14x + 49

(D) 16×2 − 56x + 49

Answer: D


Q. 36 Fire : Burn : : Water : ?

(A) River

(B) H2O

(C) Flood

(D) Dam

Answer: C


Q. 37……… is not related to gases.

(A) Boyle’s Law

(B) Joule’s Law

(C) Avogadro’s Law

(D) Charles’s Law

Answer: B


Q. 38 The maturity value of a certain sum after two years at 20% p.a. interest compounded annually is Rs.14,400/-. Find the principal amount.

(A) Rs. 9,000

(B) Rs. 9,500

(C) Rs. 10,000

(D) Rs. 10,500

Answer: C


Q. 39 The smallest of the fractions among 5/8, 3/4, 13/16, 7/12 is

(A) 5/8

(B) 3/4

(C) 13/16

(D) 7/12

Answer: D


Q. 40 If angles M and N measure 60° and 30° respectively. =?

(A) 1/2

(B) √3 /2

(C) 3/2

(D) 0

Answer: C


Q. 41 The official journal of the Committee on Space Research (COSPAR) is

(A) Astrophysics and Space

(B) Space Science Reviews

(C) Advances in Space Research

(D) Cosmic Research

Answer: C


Q. 42 The diagonals of 2 squares M & N are in the ratio 2:1. The ratio of their areas is

(A) 1:2

(B) 2:1

(C) 1:4

(D) 4:1

Answer: D


Q. 43 Which of the following is not a renewable source of energy?

(A) Solar

(B) Wind

(C) Ocean waves

(D) Coal

Answer: D


Q. 44 A serial port can

(A) only transfer information from a hard drive.

(B) only transfer information to a hard drive.

(C) transfer information both to and from a hard drive.

(D) neither transfer information from nor to a hard drive.

Answer: C


Q. 45 Find the greatest number which on dividing 391 and 318 leaves remainders 7 and 6 respectively.

(A) 20

(B) 23

(C) 24

(D) 32

Answer: C


Q. 46 Find the odd one out in relation to using ATM and net-banking facilities.

(A) Don’t share your ATM card.

(B) Don’t share your PIN.

(C) Don’t change your PIN at regular intervals.

(D) Don’t share your login Id and password.

Answer: C


Q. 47 Read the following paragraph and answer the question based on it.

The ongoing progress in technologies continue to throw up fresh risks related to data privacy and security. There can be no true progress in technologies without such risks. The IT industries need to be equipped to handle such risks.

Which option relates best to the above statement?

(A) True progress in technology involves some risks too.

(B) IT industries are not equipped to handle such threats.

(C) Progress must be free of risks and threats.

(D) Data privacy and security is not important to the IT industries.

Answer: A


Q. 48 The instrument used to examine a person’s digestive tract is called ……….

(A) Oscilloscope

(B) Microscope

(C) Endoscope

(D) Radiograph

Answer: C


Q. 49 ……….. is not an example of refraction of light.

(A) Twinkling effect of stars

(B) Mirages

(C) Lateral inversion

(D) Bending of light while passing through a medium

Answer: C


Q. 50 X and Y are parents of four married sons, one married daughter and one unmarried daughter living in a joint family. Two of the sons have two daughters and one son each. The other two have two sons and one daughter each. How many male members are there in the family?

(A) 9

(B) 10

(C) 11

(D) 12

Answer: D


Q. 51 The cost of 15 kg of groundnuts and 4 kg of cashews is Rs. 7,000. The cost of 10 kg of cashews is equal to 25 kg of groundnuts. Find the cost of groundnut per kg.

(A) Rs. 320

(B) Rs. 700

(C) Rs. 540

(D) Rs. 280

Answer: D


Q. 52 If ‘+ ‘ means ‘brother of’, ‘× ‘ means ‘mother of’ ‘-‘ means ‘father of’ and ‘÷’ means ‘son of’ then which of the following means V is the nephew of W?

(A) V + U – W

(B) V ÷ U + W

(C) V × W – U

(D) V ÷ W – U

Answer: B


Q. 53 The average weight of 25 bags is 55 kg. The weight of one bag was misread as 65 instead of 56. Find the correct mean value.

(A) 55.25

(B) 55.36

(C) 54.64

(D) 55.65

Answer: C


Q. 54 If w : 0.80 :: 9 : 6, w = ?

(A) 2.5

(B) 1.1

(C) 3.3

(D) 1.2

Answer: D


Q. 55 Which Indian freedom fighter unfurled the flag known as Saptarishi at Stuttgart in Germany in 1907?

(A) Madam Cama

(B) Mahatma Gandhi

(C) Dadabhai Naoroji

(D) Lokmanya Tilak

Answer: A


Q. 56 Which one is not the key objective of the Jan Aushadhi Campaign?

(A) Make quality the hallmark of medicine availability.

(B) Redefine the unit cost of treatment per person.

(C) Develop a model which can be replicated only in India.

(D) To be adopted by the Private Sector also.

Answer: C


Q. 57 ……….. was the Indian captain for 2016 IC(C) Women’s World Cup Twenty20 cricket match.

(A) Rajeshwari Gayakwad

(B) Harmanpreet Kaur

(C) Deepti Sharma

(D) Mithali Raj

Answer: D


Instructions: Consider the following information and answer the questions based on it.

Out of 60 people in a colony, 10 speak only Bengali, 5 speak only Assamese, 10 speak both Hindi and Odia, 12 speak both Marathi and Hindi, 13 speak English, Tamil and Marathi, 5 speak both Assamese and Hindi and the remaining speak both Bengali and Hindi.

Q. 58 In all, how many people speak Hindi?

(A) 22

(B) 27

(C) 32

(D) 45

Answer: C


Q. 59 How many people speak more than one language?

(A) 15

(B) 45

(C) 50

(D) 55

Answer: B


Q. 60 The ratio of people who speak Bengali to those who speak Marathi is

(A) 15/32

(B) 1/2

(C) 3/4

(D) 3/5

Answer: D


Instructions: For the following questions answer them individually

Q. 61 In a farm, there are goats and peacocks. If the number of heads are 60 and the number of feet are 170, then the number of goats = ?

(A) 18

(B) 20

(C) 23

(D) 25

Answer: D


Q. 62 A train runs at 80 kmph for the first 40 km and the next 30 km at 60 kmph. Find the average speed. 

(A) 62 kmph

(B) 64 kmph

(C) 65 kmph

(D) 70 kmph

Answer: D


Q. 63 Objects float on water based on ………

(A) Newton’s third law of motion

(B) Hooke’s law

(C) Faraday’s law

(D) Archimedes principle

Answer: D


Instructions: Consider the following information and answer questions based on it.

E, F, G, H and K visit a hospital on week days. Each one of them is a physician, surgeon, dentist, cardiologist, nephrologist but in the random order. Each visits the hospital only one day in the week and attends to their profession only.

1. The physician visits office every Monday.

2. E is the cardiologist who comes neither on Tuesday nor Thursday.

3. K is a surgeon and G is not the physician.

4. The person who visits the office on Thursday is not a nephrologist.

5. H works on a Tuesday and K works on the following day.

Q. 64 Who is the nephrologist?

(A) E

(B) F

(C) G

(D) H

Answer: D


Q. 65 Who is the physician?

(A) E

(B) F

(C) G

(D) H

Answer: B


Q. 66 The cardiologist visits the office on

(A) Tuesday

(B) Wednesday

(C) Thursday

(D) Friday

Answer: D


Instructions: For the following questions answer them individually

Q. 67 A tap can fill a lank in 50 minutes. If the tank has a leakage which alone is capable of emptying the tank in 2 hours, the tank will now be filled in ……….

(A) 1 hour

(B) 1 hour 15 mins

(C) 1 hour 25 mins

(D) 1 hour 30 mins

Answer: B


Q. 68 How many full member teams were in IC(C) Cricket World Cup T20 – 2016 other than the host country?

(A) Seven

(B) Eight

(C) Nine

(D) Ten

Answer: C


Q. 69 BROWN : BNORW :: SOUN(D) 😕





Answer: D


Q. 70 …….. is known as a disease mostly caused by occupational health hazards.

(A) Syphilis

(B) Cirrhosis

(C) Silicosis

(D) Parkinson’s

Answer: C


Q. 71 The speed of light in vacuum is estimated as meters / second.

(A) 3.00 × 108 

(B) 3.10 × 108

(C) 3.12 × 108

(D) 3.15 × 108

Answer: A


Q. 72 Find the missing (?) in the series.

3, 5, 9, 11, ?, 33, 65 ………

(A) 23

(B) 21

(C) 17

(D) 15

Answer: D


Q. 73 (0.2 × 0.2 × 0.2)(0.06 × 0.06 × 0.06) ÷ (0.12 × 0.12 × 0.12)= ?

(A) 0.008

(B) 0.001

(C) 0.002

(D) 0.006

Answer: B


Q. 74 Salarjung Museum is located in

(A) Kolkata

(B) Ahmadabad

(C) Delhi

(D) Hyderabad

Answer: D



Q. 75 Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra won the Favourite Actress award at the People’s Choice awards 2016, for her leading role in the American TV thriller series ……….

(A) Secrets and Lies

(B) The Middle

(C) Quantico

(D) Mistresses

Answer: C


Q. 76 Find the range of the data 9, 5, 9, 3, 4, 7, 8, 4, 8, 9, 5, 9.

(A) 3

(B) 5

(C) 6

(D) 4

Answer: C


Q. 77 Name the first civilian president of Myanmar.

(A) Htin Kyaw

(B) Myint Swe

(C) Henry Van Thio

(D) Their Sein

Answer: A


Q. 78 …………. is used in yellow lamp street lights.

(A) Neon

(B) Nitrogen

(C) Phosphorous

(D) Sodium

Answer: D


Q. 79 Curd contains mainly ……….. acid.

(A) Benzoic

(B) Fumaric

(C) Lactic

(D) Malic

Answer: C


Q. 80 The cost price of 5 kg of wheat and 10 kg of lentil were at Rs. 70 and Rs. 80 per kg respectively. On selling, he gained 10% on wheat and 20% on sugar. What was the total sale price?

(A) Rs. 1,375

(B) Rs. 1,345

(C) Rs. 1,400

(D) Rs. 1,350

Answer: @


Q. 81 The official language of Goa is

(A) English

(B) Portuguese

(C) Konkani

(D) Marathi

Answer: C


Q. 82 M borrowed some money for 1 year at certain simple interest. But the interest rate was increased to 2% which amounted to Rs. 120. Find the principal amount.

(A) Rs. 4,000

(B) Rs. 5,000

(C) Rs. 6,000

(D) Rs. 7,000

Answer: C


Q. 83 If the radius (r) of a circle is increased by ‘x’ units, what is the number of units by which the circumference of the circle is increased?

(A) π

(B) 2π

(C) 2πr

(D) 2πx

Answer: D


Q. 84 ISS stands for

(A) International Space Station

(B) International Space System

(C) Indian space Studies

(D) Inter-Space Spectroscopy

Answer: A


Q. 85 ………. is used in periscope.

(A) Plane mirror

(B) Prism

(C) Concave lens

(D) Convex lens

Answer: A


Q. 86 Statement followed by sonic conclusions are given below.

Statement: The search team believes that the plane debris recovered in 2016, near Mozambique was highly likely to be from ME-1370- Malaysian aircraft which disappeared after take-off in 2014. 


I. The debris found near Mozambique definitely belonged to MH370 aircraft.

II. The search team is mistaken about the findings.

Find which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements.

(A) Only conclusion I follows

(B) Only conclusion II follows

(C) Both I and It follow

(D) Neither I nor II follows

Answer: D


Q. 87 Most of the ………. are formed by sand and silt deposited by rivers and sea waves.

(A) Laterite and lateritic soils

(B) Alluvial soils

(C) Peaty and Marshy soils

(D) Saline and alkaline soils

Answer: B


Q. 88 Xis the brother of Y. Z is the wife of Y. F is the father of X. E is son of Z. How is E related to F?

(A) Grandson

(B) Nephew

(C) Brother

(D) Son

Answer: A


Q. 89 If LIGER is coded as GIRLE, then TEPAL will be coded as





Answer: C


Q. 90 If sin θ = 15/17 , then cot θ= ?

(A) 8/17

(B) 15/8

(C) 8/15

(D) 17/8

Answer: C


Q. 91 There are 3 numbers. The 2nd number is 3 times the 1st. The 3rd is twice the 2nd . If their average is 70, find the smallest of the 3 numbers.

(A) 18

(B) 19

(C) 20

(D) 21

Answer: D


Q. 92 The maximum interval between two sessions of state assembly can be

(A) 3 months

(B) 6 months

(C) 9 months

(D) 12 months

Answer: B


Q. 93 If A means ‘- ‘, C means ‘ +’, B means ‘÷ ‘, E means ‘× ‘ then the value of   6  C 78 B 3 A 4 E 6 = ?

(A) 4

(B) 6

(C) 8

(D) 10

Answer: C


Q. 94 The distance between the Sun and Earth is estimated to be

(A) 15.96 × 107 km

(B) 14.96 × 107 km

(C) 12.96 × 107 km

(D) 11.96 × 107 km

Answer: B


Q. 95 Which of the following is not true in regard to exchange rate of Indian Rupee?

(A) Mainly, its price is in terms of US Dollar.

(B) It is decided by Reserve Bank of India.

(C) It is published by Reserve Bank of India.

(D) It is decided by market forces.

Answer: B


Q. 96 The age difference between M and R is the same as that between P and M. M is elder to P but younger to R If the sum of the ages of R and P is 66, how old is M?

(A) 28

(B) 30

(C) 33

(D) 36

Answer: C


Q. 97 Rearrange the jumbled letters to make a meaningful word and then select the one which is different.





Answer: D


Q. 98 Which one of the following names is associated with golf?

(A) Gurmeet Singh

(B) H.S. Prannoy

(C) S.S.P. Chavaasia

(D) Chetan Anand

Answer: C


Q. 99 A man starts walking at 6.30a.m. and wants to cover a distance of 30km. His initial speed is 6 kmph and after covering three-fifth distance, he reduces his speed by 2 kmph. At what time will he complete his walk?

(A) 11.00 am

(B) 12.30 pm

(C) 11.30 pm

(D) 12.00 pm

Answer: B


Q. 100 Rajaji National Park is in

(A) Tamil Nadu

(B) Uttarakhand

(C) Karnataka

(D) Kerala

Answer: B

Railway NTPC Previous Year Paper 18 April 2016 I Shift

RRB NTPC 18 April 2016 (1st Shift)

Instructions: For the following questions answer them individually

Q. 1 Which is India’s first defense satellite?


(B) GSAT-7

(C) GSAT 6

(D) IRS-1A

Answer: B


Q. 2 Below are given statements followed by two conclusions I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts.


A: All mothers are aunts.

B. All aunts are ladies.


I. All ladies are mothers.

II. All ladies are aunts.

Decide which of the below options logically follows the given Statement.

(A) Only conclusion I follows

(B) Only conclusion II follows

(C) Both conclusion I and II follows

(D) Neither conclusion I nor II follows

Answer: D


Q. 3 Which of the following ratio is areatest?

(A) 7:15

(B) 15:23

(C) 17:25

(D) 21:29

Answer: D


Q. 4 Choose the one which is odd from the following options.

(A) Coffee

(B) Rice

(C) Tobacco

(D) Sugarcane

Answer: D


Q. 5 The passenger reservation system of the Indian Railways is designed by



(C) Google


Answer: B


Q. 6 What is the chemical name given of chalk?

(A) Calcium Sulphate

(B) Calcium Nitrate

(C) Calcium Carbonate

(D) Calcium Phosphide

Answer: C


Q. 7 What is the name of the book in Harry Potter series written by Jack Thorne to be published in mid-2016?

(A) Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

(B) Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.

(C) Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

(D) The Tales of Beedle the Bard.

Answer: A


Q. 8 If 3.5x = 0.07y, then find the result of [y-x / y+x]

(A) 51/49

(B) 49/53

(C) 49/51

(D) 53/57

Answer: C


Q. 9 Article 29 of the Constitution of India grants which of the following rights?

(A) Protection in respect of conviction for offences

(B) Traffic in human beings prohibited

(C) Protection of interests of minorities

(D) Prohibits taxes on religious grounds

Answer: C


Q. 10 Find 150% of X, if X is the least number which when divided by 6, 7, 8, 9 and 12 leaves remainders 2, 3, 4, 5 and 8 respectively.

(A) 750

(B) 500

(C) 1000

(D) 1200

Answer: A


Q. 11 For real a, b and c if a2 + b2 + c2 = ab + bc + ca, then find the value of (a + b + c)2

(A) 9a2

(B) 81a2

(C) 27a2

(D) 243a2

Answer: A


Q. 12 MATHEMATICS is related to NUMBERS in the same way HISTORY is related to





Answer: A


Q. 13 In which year was Facebook started?

(A) 2002

(B) 2004

(C) 2008

(D) 2009

Answer: B


Q. 14 What is the chemical formula of Ozone?

(A) O

(B) O2

(C) O3

(D) O4

Answer: C


Q. 15 An Assertion (A) and a Reason (R) are given below.

Assertion (A): Earthworms are not good for agriculture.

Reason (R): Earthworms break down the soil into fine particles and make it soft.

Choose the correct option.

(A) A is true but R is false.

(B) A is false but R is true.

(C) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A.

(D) Both A and R are false

Answer: B


Q. 16 What is the sound made by seal called?

(A) Bark

(B) Moo

(C) Screech

(D) Growl

Answer: A


Q. 17 Based on the analogy given, find the missing number from the given options.

7528 : 5362 : : 4673: ?

(A) 2351

(B) 2541

(C) 2451

(D) 2531

Answer: C


Q. 18 If STUDENT is coded as 103, what is the code for SCHOOL?

(A) 72

(B) 27

(C) 37

(D) 73

Answer: A


Q. 19 If ‘P’ means ‘divided by’, ‘T’ means ‘add’ ‘M’ means ‘subtract’ and ‘D’ means ‘multiplied by’, then what will be the value of the following expression?

12 M 12 (D) 28 P 7 T 15

(A) —21

(B) 15

(C) 30

(D) -15

Answer: A


Q. 20 Who was the dentist who killed Cecil-the Lion in 2015?

(A) John Walker

(B) Gary Crow

(C) Walter Palmer

(D) Rupert Watson

Answer: C


Q. 21 The energy which we get from food is measured in

(A) Calories

(B) Kelvin

(C) Fat

(D) Amperes

Answer: A


Q. 22 How many litres of blood does an adult body have?

(A) 3

(B) 4

(C) 5

(D) 6

Answer: C


Q. 23 Who is known as the Father of video games?

(A) Karl Benz

(B) Emile Berliner

(C) Rudolf Diesel

(D) Ralph H. Baer

Answer: D


Q. 24 If Sunita earns 75/4% more than her boyfriend, find the approximate % her boyfriend earns less than Sunita.

(A) 16%

(B) 14%

(C) 25%

(D) 11%

Answer: A


Q. 25 If the angles of a triangle are in the ratio of 2:3:7, then find the ratio of the greatest angle to the smallest angle.

(A) 7:2

(B) 2:3

(C) 7:1

(D) 3:5

Answer: A


Q. 26 Which wood is used to make a cricket bat?

(A) Teak

(B) Willow

(C) Bamboo

(D) Rosewood

Answer: B


Q. 27 What of the given below devices converts chemical energy to electrical energy?

(A) Transformer

(B) Battery

(C) Electric Generator

(D) Wheel

Answer: B


Q. 28 An angle is 30° more than one half of its complement. Find difference between the greater and the smaller angles.

(A) 10°

(B) 20°

(C) 30°

(D) 25°

Answer: A


Q. 29 What are the components of (x6 − x4 − x5 − x4 + x2 − 4)

(A) (x − 1)

(B) (x + 1)

(C) Both & (x − 1) (x − 1)

(D) Neither (x − 1) or (x + 1)

Answer: D


Q. 30 Who fought Alunad Shah Abdali at the third battle of Panipat?

(A) Mughals

(B) Lodhis

(C) Marathas

(D) Khiljis

Answer: C


Q. 31 Which of the following is not a greenhouse gas?

(A) Carbon dioxide

(B) Methane

(C) Chlorofluorocarbons

(D) Oxygen

Answer: D


Q. 32 hat are stars primarily made of?

(A) Oxygen and Hydrogen

(B) Hydrogen and Carbon

(C) Hydrogen and Helium

(D) Oxygen and Helium

Answer: C


Q. 33 On which date was the partition of India announced?

(A) 15th Aug 1947

(B) 3rd June 1947

(C) 17th July 1947

(D) 1st July 1947

Answer: B


Q. 34 Find the simple interest on Rs. 50 for 6 months at the rate of 10 paise per rupee per month.

(A) Rs. 35

(B) Rs. 40

(C) Rs. 25

(D) Rs. 30

Answer: D


Q. 35 Two numbers are in the ratio 5:6.When 6 is added to each. the ratio becomes 7:8 then the numbers are

(A) 10 & 12

(B) 20 & 24

(C) 15 & 18

(D) 5 & 6

Answer: C


Q. 36 If the given interchanges namely: signs + and ÷ and numbers 2 and 4 are made in signs and numbers, which one of the following would be correct?

(A) 4 + 2 ÷ 6 = 1.5

(B) 2 + 4 ÷ 6 = 8

(C) 2 + 4 ÷ 3 = 3

(D) 4 ÷ 2 + 3 = 4

Answer: B


Q. 37 Stainless steel was invented by

(A) William Howard Livens

(B) Joseph Aspdin

(C) Harry Brearley

(D) James Dyson

Answer: C


Q. 38 If BORDER is coded as 579649, then ORDER can be coded as

(A) 79469

(B) 79649

(C) 76949

(D) 79667

Answer: B


Q. 39 The disease cirrhosis affects which organ in the body?

(A) Brain

(B) Liver

(C) Heart

(D) Kidney

Answer: B


Q. 40 The ratio between the speeds of two buses is 11:9. If the second bus runs 270 tans in 15 hours, then the speed of the first bus is?

(A) 23 km/hr

(B) 11 km/hr

(C) 2 km/hr

(D) 22 km/hr

Answer: D


Q. 41 Who presented the first Union Budget in 1947?

(A) Indira Gandhi

(B) Morarji Desai

(C) R.K.Shanniukham Chetty

(D) John Mathai

Answer: C


Q. 42 On which network was the first SMS sent?

(A) Airtel

(B) Vodafone

(C) Verizone

(D) Digicel

Answer: B


Q. 43 McAfee is a —— ?

(A) Anti-virus software

(B) Programming language

(C) Output device

(D) Computer device

Answer: A


Q. 44 An Assertion (A) and a Reason (R) are given below.

Assertion (A): In India judiciary is independent of the executive.

Reason (R): Judiciary favors the government and helps in the implementation of its plans.

Choose the correct option.

(A) A is true but R is false.

(B) A is false but R is true.

(C) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A.

(D) Both A and R are false

Answer: A


Q. 45 The product of the ages of Swati and Aparna is 120. If thrice the age of Aparna is more than Swati’s age by 2 years, fund the age of Swati.

(A) 18

(B) 20

(C) 24

(D) 16

Answer: A


Q. 46 A wholesaler sold a water purifier at a loss of 40%. If the selling price has been increased by Its. 125, then wholesaler will get the profit of 10%. What was the cost price of the purifier?

(A) Rs. 250

(B) Rs. 225

(C) Rs. 275

(D) Rs. 300

Answer: A


Q. 47 If IRON is written as GOKI, then KNIFE may be written as





Answer: C


Q. 48 Which tennis player has been awarded the Padma Bhushan award 2016?

(A) Sania Mirza

(B) Leander Paes

(C) Mahesh Bhupathi

(D) Rohan Bopanna

Answer: A


Q. 49 What does ATM stand for?

(A) Any Time Money

(B) Automated Teller Machine

(C) Automatic Talking Media

(D) Analog Time Machine

Answer: B


Q. 50 When Vijay sells 12 pens, he gains the selling price of pens. Calculate his % profit?

(A) 15%

(B) 20%

(C) 18%

(D) 12%

Answer: B


Q. 51 To which dynasty did the famous patron of literature king Bhoja belong?

(A) Chalukya

(B) Chola

(C) Paramara

(D) Pala

Answer: C


Q. 52 Based on the analogy given, find the missing word from the given options.

Mother : Child : : Cloud : ?

(A) Rain

(B) Thunder

(C) Water

(D) Weather

Answer: A


Q. 53 If the standard deviation of a population is 7, what would be the population variance?

(A) 14

(B) 21

(C) 49

(D) 28

Answer: C


Instructions: Read the following Passage and answer the questions based on it.

There are six members in a family. One couple has parents and their children in the family. Arjun is the son of Raju and Elamathi is the daughter of Arjun. Divya is the daughter of Rani who is the mother of Elamathi and Banu is the mother of Arjun.

Q. 54 How many female members in the family?

(A) 2

(B) 3

(C) 4

(D) Cannot be determined

Answer: C


Q. 55 Which of the following pairs is the parents of the children?

(A) Raju & Banu

(B) Arjun & Banu

(C) Raju & Rani

(D) Arjun & Rani

Answer: D


Q. 56 What relationship to Divya and Elarnathi bear to each other respectively?

(A) Sisters

(B) Mother & Daughter

(C) Grandmother & Granddaughter

(D) Cannot be determined

Answer: A


Instructions: For the following questions answer them individually

Q. 57 A sum of Rs. 2000 at 40% per annum compounded annually. Calculate the interest for the third year at compound interest.

(A) 1500

(B) 1600

(C) 1568

(D) 1750

Answer: C


Q. 58 Who received the Man Booker Prize in 2015 for his novel ‘A brief history of seven killings’?

(A) Marlon James

(B) Richard Flanagan

(C) Arvind Adiaa

(D) E.O.Wilson

Answer: A


Instructions: The following questions are based on the information given below:

An advertising agency finds that, of its 170 clients, 115 read Indian Express, 110 read The Hindu and 130 read Times of India. Also 85 read Indian Express and Times of India, 75 read Indian Express and The Hindu, 95 read The Hindu and Times of India and 70 read all the three.

Q. 59 How many read only The Hindu?

(A) 5

(B) 10

(C) 15

(D) 35

Answer: B


Q. 60 How many read Indian Express and Times of India but not The Hindu?

(A) 10

(B) 20

(C) 15

(D) 30

Answer: C


Q. 61 How many read only Indian Express?

(A) 15

(B) 25

(C) 5

(D) 10

Answer: B


Instructions: For the following questions answer them individually

Q. 62 For what value of , the system of equation 6x+2y=2 & 3x+y = C2 will be coincident?

(A) 4

(B) 0

(C) 2

(D) 1

Answer: D


Q. 63 What is the increase in the number of workdays under the rural job guarantee scheme (MNREGA) in drought-affected areas?

(A) 10

(B) 25

(C) 40

(D) 50

Answer: D


Q. 64 By dividing 14528 by a certain number, Suresh gets 83 as quotient and 3 as remainder. What is the divisor?

(A) 165

(B) 185

(C) 195

(D) 175

Answer: D


Instructions: Read the following table carefully and answer the questions given below:

The percentage change in sales of six departmental stores from 2010 to 2012 is shown in the following table:

Q. 65 Sales in store P amounted to Rs. 80 lakhs in 2010. What was the sales amount of the same store in 2012? 

(A) 76.8 lakhs

(B) 78.6 lakhs

(C) 80 lakhs

(D) 74 lakhs

Answer: A


Q. 66 In store T the sales for 2011 amounted to about what percentage of the sales for 2012?

(A) 113

(B) 109

(C) 105

(D) 101

Answer: B


Q. 67 In 2012 which of the stores had greater sales than any other stores?

(A) R

(B) P

(C) T

(D) Q

Answer: D


Instructions: For the following questions answer them individually

Q. 68 Sunil and Gopa1 are partners in a business. Sunil invests Rs. 20,000 for 9 months and Gopal invests Rs. 30,000 for 12 months. Find the share of Sunil from the total profit of Rs. 60,000.

(A) Rs. 15000

(B) Rs. 18000

(C) Rs. 25000

(D) Rs. 20000

Answer: D


Q. 69: The mean of a distribution is 11 and the standard deviation is 5. What is the value of the coefficient variation?

(A) 45.45%

(B) 35.35%

(C) 25.25%

(D) 55.55%

Answer: A


Q. 70 The mean of 14 observations is 11. One more observation is included and the new mean becomes 12. The observation is 15th

(A) 20

(B) 24

(C) 26

(D) 28

Answer: C


Q. 71 Five women can do a work in thirty six days. If the ratio between the capacity of a man and a woman is 3:1, then find how many days it will take 5 men to complete the same work’?

(A) 12 days

(B) 15 days

(C) 18 days

(D) 108 days

Answer: A


Q. 72 Who conferred the title of `Gurudeiz’ on Rabindranath Tagore?

(A) Mahatma Gandhi

(B) Pandit Nehru

(C) Lala Lajpat Rai

(D) Bal Gangadhar Tilak

Answer: A


Q. 73 If NCLAGJ stands for PENCIL, then AMJMSP stands for





Answer: D


Q. 74 If / (sin A + cos A)/(sin A− cos A) = 5/4, the value of (tan 2A + 1) (tan 2A − 1) = ?

(A) 41/40

(B) 12 /13

(C) 40/41

(D) 3/5

Answer: E


Q. 75 If 15 persons can do a job in 30 clays, then 30 persons with twice the efficiency can do the same job in how many days?

(A) 7

(B) 3.5

(C) 5

(D) 7.5

Answer: D


Q. 76 If two complementary angles are in the ratio of 2:3. find the ratio of square of smaller angle to square of greater

(A) 3:2

(B) 9:11

(C) 4:5

(D) 4:9

Answer: D


Q. 77 What denotes offering several products for sale as one combined product?

(A) Advertisement

(B) Product mix

(C) Product bundling

(D) Differentiation

Answer: C


Q. 78 Which was the capital of the first Sri Lankan kingdom?

(A) Jaffna

(B) Polotmaruwa

(C) Anuradhapura

(D) Kandy

Answer: C


Q. 79 sin6 A + cos6 A – 1 is equal to

(A) 3 sin2 Acos2

(B) 1 – 3 sin (A) cos A

(C) 1 + 3 sin2 Acos2 A

(D) 0

Answer: E


Q. 80 In the following expression ‘α’ stands for ‘>’; ‘β’ stands for `<‘; ‘γ’ stands for ‘not greater than’; ‘δ’ stands for ‘not less than’; and `μ’ stands for ‘=’.

If 3C δ 2A and B α C, then which of the following statement is true?

(A) 3Bμ2A

(B) BμA

(C) 3Bα2A

(D) 2Aα3B

Answer: C


Q. 81 Which of the following is a bad conductor of heat?

(A) Wood

(B) Diamond

(C) Water

(D) Mica

Answer: A


Q. 82 Choose the pair which is related in the same way as the words in the first pair from the given choices 

Mosquito : Malaria : : ……. : ……..

(A) Housefly : Food

(B) Road : Accident

(C) Soil : Erosion

(D) Tobacco : Cancer

Answer: D


Q. 83 Where will the 2022 Commonwealth Games be played?

(A) Glasgow

(B) Durban

(C) Gold Coast

(D) New Delhi

Answer: B


Q. 84 Rearrange the jumbled up letters in their natural sequence and find the odd one out.





Answer: C


Q. 85 Sita starts to calculate sum of all odd natural numbersi less than 72. What result does she get’?

(A) 1196

(B) 1296

(C) 1331

(D) 1276

Answer: B


Q. 86 On an average how many times does lightning strike the Earth?

(A) 100 times per second

(B) 100 times per day

(C) 1000 times per day

(D) 100 times per hour

Answer: A


Q. 87 An Assertion (A) and a Reason (R) are given below.

Assertion (A): We feel comfortable in hot and humid climate.

Reason (R): Sweat evaporates faster in humid climate.

Choose the correct option.

(A) A is true but R is false.

(B) A is false but R is true.

(C) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A.

(D) Both A and R are false

Answer: D


Q. 88 Rearrange the jumbled up letters in their natural sequence and find the odd one out.





Answer: D


Q. 89 Which is the form of market where there is lack of competition?

(A) Monopoly

(B) Oligopoly

(C) Perfect competition

(D) Marketisation

Answer: A


Q. 90 One of four words is a class to which the other three belong. Identify the class.

(A) Hawaii

(B) Cuba

(C) Island

(D) Greenland

Answer: C


Q. 91 Based on the analogy given, find the missing pair from the given options.

32 : 13 : : —–: ——

(A) 51 : 36

(B) 83 : 121

(C) 71 : 81

(D) 47 : 65

Answer: D


Q. 92 Find the LCM of 3.2, 2.72, 1.28 and 1.44

(A) 24.48

(B) 2448

(C) 2.448

(D) 244.8

Answer: A


Q. 93 Which of the following is called ‘The queen of Arabian sea’?

(A) Mumbai

(B) Thiruvananthapuram

(C) Kochi

(D) Surat

Answer: C


Q. 94 What is the name of the castle that was built in honour of world renowned composer Richard Wagner?

(A) Balmoral Castle

(B) Neuschwanstein Castle

(C) Convey castle

(D) Kronborg

Answer: B


Q. 95 Select the correct set of symbols which will fit in the given equation?

5 0 3 5 = 20

(A) +, −, +

(B) ×, +, ×

(C) −, +, ×

(D) ×, ×, ×

Answer: C


Q. 96 Evaporation of water from leaves of a plant is called

(A) Transpiration

(B) Respiration

(C) Perspiration

(D) Evaporation

Answer: A


Q. 97 How do you know Yarlung Tsangpo better?

(A) Ganges

(B) Brahmaputra

(C) Mahanadi

(D) Sutlej

Answer: B


Q. 98 The famous Sanchi Stupa was commissioned by

(A) Bindusara

(B) Ashoka

(C) Chandragupta Maurya

(D) Kanishka

Answer: B


Q. 99 How long will Ramesh take to run round a square park of edge 50 metres, if he runs at the rate of 18 km/hr?

(A) 40 sec

(B) 20 sec

(C) 80 sec

(D) 160 sec

Answer: A


Q. 100 Ramesh sold a phone at a loss of 5%. Had he sold it for Rs. 200 more, hc would gavc gained 15%. To gain 25%, hc should sell it for :

(A) Rs. 1175

(B) Rs. 1150

(C) Rs. 1225

(D) Rs. 1250

Answer: D



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