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Post Office Karnataka Answer Key:

  1. Bleeding of gums and loosening of teeth is caused due to deficiency of :
    1. Vitamin A
    2. Vitamin B
    3. Vitamin C
    4. Vitamin D
  2. Which of the Following is not Present in blood ?
    1. RBCs
    2. WBCs
    3. Plasma
    4. Placenta
  3. A Stick immersed in water appears bent due to the phenomenon of:
    1. Reflection of light
    2. Diffraction of light
    3. Refraction of light
    4. Dispersion of light
  4. This area is termed as territorial water and resources therein belonging to the nation:
    1. Oceanic area up to 12 nautical miles from the coast
    2. Oceanic area up to 19.2 nautical miles from the coast
    3. Oceanic area up to 15 nautical miles from the coast
    4. Oceanic area up to 20 nautical miles from the coast
  5. Which state of India is the largest Producer Bajra ?
    1. Rajasthan
    2. Uttar Pradesh
    3. Maharashtra
    4. Gujarat
  6. Kudremukh mine deposits known to be one of the largest in the world is located in the state of :
    1. Assam
    2. Karnataka
    3. Chhattisgarh
    4. Jharkhand
  7. Who recently won ICC under –19 world cup cricket title:
    1. Pakistan
    2. India
    3. South Africa
    4. Sri-Lanka
  8. The term of the current Lok sabha will expire on :
    1. 1st June,2014
    2. 25th May,2014
    3. 16th May 2014
    4. 27th May,2014
  9. BIMSTEC summit 2014 recently concluded in :
    1. Bhutan
    2. Sri-Lanka
    3. Bangladesh
    4. Myanmar
  10. The prime minister of which country is recently facing charges of negligence over a Government rice subsidy scheme ?
    1. Myanmar
    2. Thailand
    3. Indonesia
    4. Bosnia
  11. Which of the following three countries elected /appointed their prime ministers as recently as in Feb, 2014 :
    1. Thailand, Myanmar, Nepal
    2. Thailand, Italy, Nepal
    3. Myanmar, Italy , Egypt
    4. Italy,Egypt, Nepal
  12. Identify the State With bicameral legislature:
    1. Kerala
    2. Maharashtra
    3. Tamilnadu
    4. Rajasthan
  13. Who is the Present Governor of the State of Karnataka ?
    1. Hans Raj Bhardwaj
    2. T.N. Chaturvedi
    3. Rameshwar Thakur
    4. None of these
  14. The world Environment Day is Celebrated on:
    1. December 1
    2. June 5
    3. November 14
    4. August 15
  15. Clean water would have BOD value of less than :
    1. 5 ppm
    2. 19 ppm
    3. 25 ppm
    4. 50 ppm
  16. Rovers cup is associated with
    1. Badminton
    2. Cricket
    3. Hockey
    4. Football
  17. With which game is the team ‘Double fault’ associated ?
    1. Lawn Tennis
    2. Cricket
    3. Hockey
    4. None of these
  18. The Asian Games are organised after every :
    1. 3 Years
    2. 4 Years
    3. 5 Years
    4. 6 Years
  19. Which article of the constitution of India deals with the formation of new stats and alteration of areas, boundaries or names of existing states:
    1. Article 5
    2. Article 3
    3. Article 6
    4. Article 2
  20. Who has been vested with power by the constitution to permit any Member of parliament who can not adequately express himself /herself in Hindi or in English to address the House in his/her mother tongue:
    1. Chairman of the Council of states or the person acting as such in the house
    2. Speaker of the House of the people or the person acting as such in the house
    3. Leader of the house
    4. Both (A)& (B)
  21. What is the eligibility Criteria for age for election as vice President of India ?
    1. Should have completed the age of 35 years
    2. Should have completed the age of 30 years
    3. Should have completed the age of 25 years
    4. Should have completed the age of 32 years
  22. The Great emperor Kanishkha belonged to which dynasty :
    1. Kushana
    2. Gupta
    3. Maurya
    4. Vardhana
  23. Which of the following was not written by Kalidas ?
    1. Kumar Sambhavam
    2. Leghujatakam
    3. Meghdootam
    4. Raghuvansham
  24. Which of the following is a credit rating agency :
    1. BSE
    2. ICRA
    3. NSE
    4. SEBI
  25. The team “Bull” and “Bear” is related to :
    1. Share Market
    2. Horse Racing
    3. Taxation
    4. International Trading
  26. What will happen to area of a rectangle if its length is doubled and breadth is tripled ?
    1. 5 times more the area of the old rectangle
    2. Area will remain the same
    3. 6 times less the area of the old rectangle
    4. 6 times more the area of the old rectangle
  27. What is the distance travelled by Swati, if she takes three rounds of a circular park with radius 14 m.
    1. 88 m
    2. 250 m
    3. 314 m
    4. 264 m
  28. The area of a trapezium shaped field is 480 m², the height is 15 m and one of the parallel side is 20 m.Find the other parallel side.
    1. 44 m
    2. 20 m
    3. 84 m
    4. 150 m
  29. A farmer borrowed Rs. 2400 at 12% interest per annum . At the end of 2(1 / 2) years, he cleared his account by paying Rs. 1200 and a cow . What is the cost of the cow ?
    1. Rs. 3120
    2. Rs. 2350
    3. Rs. 1920
    4. Rs. 2120
  30. Vijay obtains a loan of Rs. 64000 against his fixed deposits. It the rate of interest be 205 paisa per rupee per annum, what is the compound interest payable after 3 years.
    1. Rs. 4921
    2. Rs. 3925
    3. Rs. 5052
    4. Rs. 4573
  31. 50% of the population of a town are males. If the total population is 64100, the population of females:
    1. 35255
    2. 28845
    3. 30295
    4. 29835
  32. A path 1 m wide is built along the border inside a square garden of sude 30 m. What this area of the path ?
    1. 116 m²
    2. 224 m²
    3. 196 m²
    4. None of there
  33. The diameter of the wheel of a car is 77 cm . How many revolutions will it make to travel 121 km ?
    1. 24200
    2. 30000
    3. 50000
    4. 42500
  34. Karan, Kabir and kartik can together finish a project in 4 days. karan by himself can do it in12 days and kabir by himself can do it in 10 days . How many days will Kartik take to finish the project alone ?
    1. 15
    2. 13
    3. 14
    4. 10
  35. Spinning 3 hours daily, Kanika can spin 2 kg cotton-balls in 12 days. spinning 4 hours daily, how many days will she take to spin 10 kg cotton balls ?
    1. 45 days
    2. 42 days
    3. 38 days
    4. None of these
  36. Sanya can embroider a bed- sheet in 15 days. Her sister in law can do it in 10 days . They start embroidering the bed –sheet together, but 2days later her sister –in –low gives up the work and goes to her parents. In how many days will Sanya finish the remaining work :
    1. 8 days
    2. 10 days
    3. 12 days
    4. 7 days
  37. A train travels at a certain average speed for a distance of 63 km. There after it travels a distance of 72 km with an average speed of 6 km / hr more than the original speed. Total time taken to complete the journey is 3 hours. what is the original average speed of the train ?
    1. 36 km/hr
    2. 42 km/hr
    3. 48 km/hr
    4. None of these
  38. Shyam is travelling on his cycle and has calculated to reach point ‘A’ at 2 PM If he travels at 10 kmph. he will reach there at 12 noon if he travels at 15 kmph . At what speed must he travel to reach “A’” a t 1 PM :
    1. 12 kmph
    2. 14 kmph
    3. 8 kmph
    4. 11 kmph
  39. Muskan donates Rs. 2000 to a school, the interest on which is to be used for awarding 5 scholarships of equal value every year. if the donee earns an interest of 10% per annum, the value of each Scholarship is:
    1. 40
    2. 50
    3. 30
    4. None of these
  40. If by selling 110 mangoes, the cost price of 120 mangoes is realised; the gain percentage is:
    1. 11(1 /9)%
    2. 9(1 / 9)%
    3. 10(10 /11)%
    4. 9(1 /11)%
  41. In an examination, Ram’s average marks was per paper. Had he obtained 20 more marks in English and 2 more marks in Economics, his average marks would have been 65. How many papers were there in the examination ?
    1. 9
    2. 8
    3. 11
    4. None of these
  42. The incomes of A and B are in the ratio 3:2 and Their expenditure are in the ratio 5:3. If each saves Rs. 1000, A’s income is:
    1. Rs.4000
    2. Rs.5500
    3. Rs.6000
    4. Rs.3500
  43. 5625÷ 75√x=96.Find x.
    1. 361
    2. 400
    3. 441
    4. 484
  44. 25.5 x y x 14.7=4798.08 find y :
    1. 19.2
    2. 11.6
    3. 10.5
    4. 12.8
  45. What approximate best value should come place of the question mark (?):
    1(5/7) X 6(12/13) X 5(8/9)=?
    1. 110
    2. 70
    3. 30
    4. 60
  46. (2533/500) X (1/250)=?
    1. 0.064302
    2. 0.020264
    3. 0.030181
    4. 0.004281
  47. (2403/4) is written in decimal form as:
    1. 612.25
    2. 600.75
    3. 800.25
    4. 650.75
  48. 1085 books can be packed in Carton. if the no. of Cartons is 90 then how many book are needed to pack all the cartons ?
    1. 10770
    2. 97965
    3. 34390
    4. 97650
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    1. 1162
    2. 1402
    3. 1024
    4. None of these
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    1. 1/4
    2. 1/3
    3. None of these
  51. DIRECTION: Identify the incorrect pairs of singular and their plural forms respectively:
    1. ox- oxen
    2. sheep- sheeps
    3. Goose – Geese
    4. Thief – thieves
  52. Give the plural word “Brethren” Identify its singular word form among the alternatives :
    1. Brother
    2. Breath
    3. Bear
    4. BerthDIRECTION: Fill each blank in the following sentences with an appropriate conjunction :

  53. Grievances can not be redressed…………………they are known.
    1. Unless
    2. Whether
    3. Than
    4. If
  54. Our hoard is little,………………our hearts are great.
    1. And
    2. But
    3. Despite of
    4. As well as
  55. No nation can be perfectly well governed …………………it is competent to govern itself :
    1. Till
    2. Than
    3. Whence
    4. or
  56. DIRECTIONS : Identify the Plural form which is incorrect:
    1. Commanders- in- chief
    2. Mice
    3. Son- in- laws
    4. MenDIRECTIONS : The following sentences are given in reported speech. Change these sentences into Direct speech :

  57. He said that the train was coming.
    1. He said, “the train is coming”
    2. He said, “the train had coming”
    3. He said, “the train has coming”
    4. He said, “the train had been coming”
  58. The teacher said that the sun rises in the east,
    1. The teacher says, “the sun rises in the east”.
    2. The teacher said, “the sun rises in the east”.
    3. The teacher says, “the sun rose in the east”.
    4. The teacher said, “the sun rose in the east”.
      DIRECTIONS : The following sentences are given in Direct speech. Change these sentences into Correct reported speech :
  59. He said to me, “What are you doing”
    1. He asked me what I was doing .
    2. He said to me what I were doing.
    3. He told me what I was doing.
    4. He asked me what You were doing
  60. He said to him ,”Is not your name Ram”.
    1. He asked him if his name was Ram.
    2. He inquired whether his name was not Ram.
    3. He said him if his name was not Ram.
    4. He narrated him if name was not Ram.
      DIRECTIONS : Complete the sentence using appropriate tense.

  61. I …………………… a bath before i took breakfast.
    1. Had taken
    2. Have been taking
    3. Took
    4. Have been taken
      DIRECTIONS : Fill in the appropriate option to make the sentence in “Future Perfect Tense’’
  62. by the end of this month I ……………… here for five years.
    1. Will work
    2. Will have worked
    3. Will have been working
    4. Will be working
      DIRECTIONS : Fill in the appropriate option to make the sentence in “Future Perfect Continuous Tense”.
  63. By next March we …………………… here for four Years
    1. Shall be living
    2. Shall live
    3. Shall have been living
    4. Shall have been lived
      DIRECTIONS : Change the following sentence in the “ Present Perfect Continuous tense”
  64. Mr. Rakesh has taught English for 25 years.
    1. Mr. Rakesh has been teaching English for 25 years.
    2. Mr. Rakesh is taught English for 25 years.
    3. Mr. Rakesh is being taught English for 25 years.
    4. Mr. Rakesh been taught English for 25 years.

      DIRECTIONS :
      Each of the following items Consists of a word in capital letters, followed by four words . select the word opposite in meaning to the word in capital letters.
  65. ENHANCING
    1. Reducing
    2. Boosting
    3. Increasing
    4. Contracting
  66. STAGNATING
    1. Redundant
    2. Fixed
    3. Stationary
    4. Developing

      DIRECTIONS : Against Each Key Word are given four suggested meanings. Choose the word or Phase which is the nearest in meaning to the key word?

  67. Lewd
    1. Vulgar
    2. Decent
    3. Pleasing
    4. Funny
  68. Mediocre
    1. Exceptional
    2. Extraordinary
    3. Average
    4. Uncommon

      DIRECTIONS : Read the following four sentences. You have to find out number of adverbs in these Sentences.

  69. Sunil runs Quickly. This is very sweet mango. Raju reads quits clearly. Probably he is mistaken.
    1. 2
    2. 3
    3. 4
    4. 5
  70. Jadeja is afast bowler. jadeja can bowl fast. he is the only child of his parents. you can only guess.
    1. 2
    2. 3
    3. 4
    4. 1
      DIRECTIONS: Given are three sentences. Identify the kind of adverb which has been used in these Sentences.

  71. Sita sang sweetly. Ram cried loudly. The Sikhs fought bravely.
    1. Adverbs of manner
    2. Adverbs of time
    3. Adverbs of frequency
    4. Adverbs of place
      DIRECTIONS: Fill in the blanks with correct preposition.

  72. The Cat Jumped ……………………… the chair.
    1. of
    2. from
    3. off
    4. by
  73. Child marriage is a great hindrance ……………………… progress.
    1. to
    2. of
    3. in
    4. for
  74. Rajmohan Gandhi is a descendant …………………… Mahatma Gandhi.
    1. to
    2. of
    3. off
    4. from
  75. ……………………… Being fined, he was sentenced to a team of imprisonment;
    1. Beside
    2. Besides
    3. Apart
    4. Having
  76. The main gate of X’s office faces East. From the backside of the office, X walks straight 50 meters and then turns to right and walks 50 meters again. Finally he turns towards left and stops after walking 25 meters. Now ‘X’is in which direction from starting point:
    1. South East
    2. North East
    3. South west
    4. North west
  77. A doctor gave patient 5 tablets and instructed him to take one every 5 hours. if the patient took the first tablet at 4 A.M., when would he have taken all these tablets ?
    1. 12.00 Noon
    2. 12.00 Night
    3. 02.00 PM
    4. None of these
  78. Find the number in place of question mark.
    image image
    1. 80
    2. 100
    3. 120
    4. 125
  79. Which of the following figure represent the relationship among Biscuits, Fruits and pulses.
    1. image
    2. image
    3. image
    4. image
      Answer-4
  80. Observe the following Diagram carefully and find out the particular portion which represents for those woman who are employed but not married.
    image
    1. 2
    2. 3
    3. 4
    4. 6
  81. Alka ranks 10th in a Class of 46 Students. What will be her rank from the last?
    1. 35
    2. 36
    3. 37
    4. 38
  82. At what angle the hands of a clock are inclined when it is half past two o’clock ?
    1. 160º
    2. 107º
    3. 105º
    4. None of these
  83. If Ranchi is called Delhi, Delhi is called Mumbai, Mumbai is called Dehradun, Dehradun is called Nagpur and Nagpur is called Meerut then where is the Gate way of India ?
    1. Meerut
    2. Dehradun
    3. Nagpur
    4. Mumbai
  84. Vrinda , Jaya, Mihika and Priya are playing a card games . Mihika is to the immediate right of Jaya who is to the immediate right of Vrinda . who is to the right of Mihika ?
    1. Vrinda
    2. Jaya
    3. Priya
    4. None of these

      DIRECTIONS: (Que. No. 85 & 86 ) In each of the following questions find the one which is different from the rest.

  85. ……
    1. Sun
    2. Venus
    3. Saturn
    4. Mars
  86. …….
    1. Turmeric
    2. Chilly
    3. Coriander
    4. Radish

      DIRECTIONS: Choose the number which is different the rest in each of the following question.

  87.  
    1. 17698
    2. 89167
    3. 16798
    4. 19679
  88. The missing number is:
    image
    1. 14
    2. 2
    3. 9
    4. 10
  89. In the following series one term is wrong . Find the wrong term:
    20480, 10240, 5120, 2550, 1280
    1. 5120
    2. 10240
    3. 2550
    4. 1280
  90. If Arjun is the brother of Deepika; Deepika is the sister of Ketan; and Ketan is the father of Jagriti, how Jagriti is related to Arjun ?
    1. Daughter
    2. Sister
    3. Niece
    4. None of these
  91. What should come in place of question mark (?) in the following series ?
    DW, EV, FU, ?, HS
    1. IK
    2. SU
    3. GT
    4. JP
  92. If the second day of a month is Friday, which of the following would be the last day of the next month which has 31 days ?
    1. Mandy
    2. Tuesday
    3. Friday
    4. Data Inadequate

      DIRECTIONS: A Cube of side four inch is Painted red, blue and black on the pairs of opposite faces. It is then cup in to smaller cubes of side one inch each.

  93. How many cube have one face red and all others Unpainted :
    1. 8
    2. 4
    3. 6
    4. 16
  94. 8 girls sat in a circle. Rekha is immediate right of Rani and immediate left of Sanjana . Shashi sat after two girls on the right of sajana. so how mamy girls were there between Rekha and shashi ?
    1. Four
    2. Three
    3. Two
    4. None of these
  95. If ‘ MEDICAL’ is written as ‘DEMILAC’ how is ‘SUBJECT’ written is that code

    1. BUSJETC
    2. BUSTCTE
    3. BUSJTCE
    4. BUJSCTE
  96. Pointing to a man in photograph Anjana said “his brother’s father is the only son of my grandfather’’ . How is anjana to related to that man in the photograph ?

      1. Mother
      2. Sister
      3. Daughter
      4. None of these

97. Three of the following four are alike in a certain way and so form a group . Which is the one that done not belong to the group ?

  1. Pomegranate
  2. Grapes
  3. Litchi
  4. Orange

98. In a certain code, BRAIN is written as * % ÷ # X and TEAR is written as + $ ÷ % . How is NEAR Witten in that code?

  1. $ × # %
  2. ÷ + $ %
  3. × $ ÷ #
  4. × $ ÷ %

99. If with the second, third, seventh, eight, ninth, tenth and eleventh letters of the word ‘PERSONALITY’ a meaningful word is formed, then the mid letter of the word is the answer. If no word is possible then option D is the answer-

  1. A
  2. L
  3. T
  4. None of these

100. If in the year 2010, paper production of company ‘Aditi’ is more then that of company ‘Vineet’ but not more then that of companies ‘Chirag’ and ‘Deeva’. Production of company ‘sevika’ is not as much as that of company ‘Deeva’. However it is more than that company ‘Chirag’. Which company produced the highest quantity of papers?

  1. Deeva
  2. Vineet
  3. Sevika
  4. None of these

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