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Staff Selection Commission (SSC- Zone Wise) conducts SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL 10+2) Examination 2014 on 2nd November, 2014 in various examination centre/venue all over the India. SSC CHSL 10+2 Written Test 2/11/2014 Answer Key, Result , Cut off marks. SSC CHSL Examination Question pattern, Mark Distribution, instructions and many more. Check SSC CHSL Examination 2/11/2014 (Sunday) both two shifts (Morning & Afternoon) questions and answers. It’s best time to prepare online for upcoming SSC CHSL Examination (9/11/2014)

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SSC CHSL Examination Question pattern (syllabus) & Mark Distribution:
PART -I  : General Intelligence                  (50 questions)
PART-II  :  English language                      (50 Questions)
PART-III : Quantitative Aptitude                (50 Questions)
PART-IV : General Awareness                    (50 Questions)

SSC CHSL 2/11/2014 Questions (Test Form No 234 PG 1) :

1.
General Intelligence part :  (345 TH 6 Morning Session)
Joel and Tom were traveling from town X to town Y which was 210 KM apart. Joel set off 1 hr 15 min later than TOM but arrived 15 min earlier. If the average speed of Tom was 42 km/h , find the average speed of Joel
A
50 km/hr
B
60 km/h
C
65 km/h

D
70 km/h
2
Ram walks 2 km to the East, then he turns to South and walks 6 km. He again turns to East and walks 2 km. Then he turns to North and walks 12 km. How far is he from the starting point ?
A
7 km
B
7.1 km
C
7.2 km
D
7.3 km
Directions :
In Question Nos 3 & 4 , two statement are given followed by four/two conclusions I, II, III & IV. You have to consider the two statement to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. You have to decide which of the given conclusions, if any, follow from the given statement
3

Statement : A. All men are employed
                       B. No Employees are Professional
Conclusions :  I. No men are unemployed
                         II. No men are professionals
A
Only I follows
B
Only II follows
C
Neither I nor II follows
D
Both I & II follows
4
Statement  :  A. All books are trees
                        B. All trees are lions
Conclusions : I. All books are lions
                         II. All lions are books                                            
                         III. All tress are books
                         IV. Some lions are books
A

Only II & III follows
B
Only I & IV follows
C
None of the conclusion follows
D
All conclusion follows
5
LJHF : USQO  : : QOMK : ?
A
QPSR
B
PNMK
C
VTRP
D

YXWU
6
COUNTRY : FRXQWUB : : EXAMINE : ?
A
HAPDLQH
B
HADPLQH
C
HAHPLDQ
D
GBQDVWB
7
3 : 11  : : 7 : ?
A
22
B

29
C
51
D
18
8
6 : 18  : : 4 : ?
A
2
B
6
C
8
D
16
9

Red Blood Cells : Erythrocytes : : White Blood Cells : ?
A
Thrombocytes
B
Lymphocytes
C
Monocytes
D
Leucocytes
10
Moon : Chandrayan  : : Mars : ?
A
Apple
B
Aryabhata
C

Mangalyan
D
Bhaskara
11
Germany : Mark  : : Morocco : ?
A
Dollar
B
Lira
C
Dirham
d
Kroon
12
 7 : 56 : : 9 : ?
A
63

B
81
C
90
D
99
13
If BAT = CBU , CAT = ?
A
DBU
B
BUD
C
DBV
D
None of the above

Directions :
In question Nos 14 to 20, find the odd number/letter/ number pair from the given alternatives
14
A
DEFY
B
HINT
C
MOST
D
SUVY
15
A
JLOS
B

GHIM
C
HJMQ
D
PRUY
16
A
24
B
28
C
42
D
56
17

A
1, 2, 4, 8`
B
2, 6, 10, 14
C
3, 9, 15, 21
D
7, 21, 35, 49
18
A
Appreciate
B
Admonish
C
Applaud

D
Admire
19
A
Anther
B
Retina
C
Ovary
D
Petal
20
A
Hill Myna
B

House Sparrow
C
Emerald Dove
D
Imperial Eagle
21
A
BGIE
B
AGHB
C
DJGE
D
AGKD
22

How many 8’s followed by an even numberand preceded by an odd number ?
7, 8. 5, 6, 7, 8, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 8, 6, 4, 3, 7, 8, 4 , 2, 1, 3, 8, 2, 8, 9
A
4
B
3
C
2
D
5
In question nos 23 to 26 , a series is given, with one term missing . Choose the correct alternative from the given ones that will complete the series
23
4, 9, 19, 39 , …….?
A
49
B
59

C
79
D
89
24
Z, U, Q, ? , L
A
I
B
K
C
M
D
N
25
3, 6, 8, 16, 18, …. ?
A

28
B
34
C
36
D
54
26
17, 13, 11, 7, 5 … ?
A
0
B
1
C
2
D

3
Direction :
In question nos 27 to 29 , which one of the given responses would be a meaningful order of the following ?
27
1. Crawling
2. Sitting
3. Running
4. Standing
5. Walking
A
1 2 4 3 5
B
1 4 5 2 3
C
1 2 4 5 3
D
1 4 2 5 3
28
Diagnosis, Post Operational care, Operation, Discharge
A

Discharge, operation, Diagonasis, Post operational Care
B
Operation, Diagonosis, Discharge, Post operational Care
C
Disgonasis , Operation, Post operational Care, Discharge
D
Post operational care, Discharge, Operation , Diagnosis
29
1.Serve
2. Vegetable
3. Package
4. Prepare
5. Store
6. Cut
A
2, 4, 6, 5, 3, 1
B
6, 4, 5, 1, 3, 2
C
2, 6, 4, 3, 5, 1

D
6, 4, 5, 1, 2, 3
Direction :
In question Nos. 30 & 31 which one set of the letters  when sequentially placed at the gaps in the given letters series shall complete it ?
30
aa_ a _ b _ abaa _
A
abab
B
Baab
C
Baba
D
Abba
31
gfe _ ig _eii _fei _gf _ ii
A

eifgi
B
figie
C
ifgei
D
ifige
32
In a certain code, if AUDITORIUM is written as MUIROTIDUA, how will MISFORTUNE be written in that code ?
A
ENUTROFSIM
B
ENUTROMISF
C
TUNEROFSIM

D
TUNEMISFOR
33
If TODAY is coded as UQECZ, how can BEFORE be coded ?
A
CCBHIG
B
HIJQSG
C
CGGQSG
D
CPSSF
34
A bus driver wants to travel a distance of 200 km. He travels with the speed of 40 km/hr. He takes rest at 3 different hotels for 15 minutes, 30 minutes and 15 minutes respectively. He starts his journey at 9.00 A.M. At what time does he reach his final destination ?
A
3 .00 A.M

B
3 .00 P.M
C
3.30 a.M
D
2.30 P.M
35
Looking the portrait of a man, Ram said, “His mother is the wife of father’s son. Brothers and sisters I have none “. Whose portrait was Ram looking at ?
A
His Grandfather
B
His son
C
His brother
D
His cousin
36
From the given alternatives , select the word which cannot be formed using the letters of the given word ROTARYBLUES
A
STARY
B
LOTUS
C
TABLET
D
BUTTER
GENERAL AWARENESS & GENERAL KNOWLEDGE
37
The fourteen major banks in India were nationalized in the year
A
1967
B
1968
C
1969
D
1971
38
One rupee notes are issued by the
A
Reserve Bank of India
B
State Bank of India
C
President of India
D
Government of India
39
The name of the train “Shatabdi Express” refers to the centenary of
A
Mahatma Gandhi
B
Indian National Congress
C
India’s War of Independence
D
Jawaharlal Nehru
40
Which one of the following is not a rabi corp ?
A
Mustard
B
Rice
C

Wheat
D
Gram
41.
Kolkata & Delhi Connected by
A
N.H. No 1
B
N.H. No 2
C
N.H. No 9
D
N.H. No 6
42
The driest part of India is

A
Western Rajasthan
B
Jammu & Kashmir
C
Gujarat
D
Madhya Pradesh
43
“Mumbai High” is associated with
A
Steel
B
Petroleum
C

Mausoleum
D
Jute
44
India switched over to the decimal currency system in
A
1955
B
1956
C
1957
D
1958
45
As an export item of India, which spice occupies the top position in value
A
Pepper

B
Chilies
C
Turmeric
D
Cardamom
46
How much of India’s total geographical area is forest land ?
A
20%
B
23%
C
26%
D
28%

47
The second Plan gave priority to
A
Agriculture
B
Services
C
Heavy Industries
D
Foreign Trade
48
The power to decide an Election Petition for the State is vested in the
A
Parliament
B
Supreme Court

C
High Courts
D
Election Commission
49
How many items are there in the Union list ?
A
52
B
66
C
97
D
99
50
What is the maximum gap permissible between two sessions of Parliament ?
A

One Month
B
Three months
C
Six months
D
Twelve Months
51
When were the Fundamental Duties incorporated in the Constitution ?
A
1975
B
1976
C
1977
d

1979
52
Small farmers in the country have been defined as those farmers having land holding of
A
Below one hectare
B
One to two hectare
C
Two to three hectare
D
Three to four hectare
53
The number of Nationalized Bank in India are
A
14
B
21

C
20
D
22
54
Which of the following goods has only exchange value ?
A
Diamond
B
Television
C
Computer
D
Rice
55
The “Last Supper” a famous Renaissance painting was a master piece of ………

A
Michael Angelo
B
Titian
C
Leonardo da Vinci
D
Raphael
56
Varahamihira was
A
An Astronaut
B
A Space Shuttle
C
A Power Station

D
An Ancient Astronaut
57
Talking to one ‘s own self
A
Sinecure
B
Soliloquy
C
Pessimist
D
Philanthropist
58
Rift Valley is formed
A
Between two anticlines
B

Between two faults
C
Erosion of synclinal basin
D
Due to volcanic eruption
59
Lake formed by Aswan Dam in Africa
A
Chad
B
Victoria
C
Nassar
D
Tanganyika
60
How many j
udges are there in Supreme Court ?
A
25
B
26
C
30
D
31
61
During the regin of Bindusara there was unrest of …….
A
Ujjayani
B
Pushkalavati
C
Takshasila

D
Rajagriha
62
The Crimean War in 1854-1856 was fought between
A
Russia and Turkey
B
USA & England
C
Russia & Japan
D
England & France
63
Resin is a product of
A
Grapes
B

Coniferous trees
C
Rubber tree
D
Banyan tree
64
Water of coconut is
A
Liquid nucellus
B
Liquid mesocarp
C
Liquid endocarp
D
Degenerated liquid endosperm
65

Bulbils takes part in
A
Sexual reproduction
B
Vegetative reproduction
C
Food storage
D
Respiration
66
Fish is a first class protein as it is contains
A
Essential amino-acids
B
Non essential amino acids
C

All essential fatty acids
D
No amino acids
67
Steam is usually
A
Positively phototropic
B
Negatively phototropic
C
Negatively geotropic
D
Positively acrotropic
68
The word isolation means
A
Matters which insulates

B
Incoming solar radiation
C
Insoluble matters
D
None of the above
69
‘Terra rossa’ is a Latin word which means
A
Hot area
B
Red terrain
C
Lateritic region
D
Region near to the poles

70
Widening of a river valley takes place due to
A
Corrosion
B
Lateral erosion
C
Corrosion
D
Hydraulic action
71
An instrument used to measure the density of milk is
A
Glactometer
B
Lactometer

C
Calciometer
D
Polarimeter
72
While ascending a hill , the driver of the vehicle keeps the gear ratio
A
Equal to 1
B
Less than 1
C
Greater than 1
D
Either equal to or greater than 1
73
The process of combining strings is known is known as
A

Compiling
B
Combining
C
Attaching
D
Concatenation
74
Which component is mainly responsible for doing calculations in computer ?
A
Random Access Memory
B
Control Unit
C
Arithmetic logic Unit
D

Hard Disk
75
Bacterial cells do not have
A
Cell wall
B
Plasma membrane
C
Ribosome
D
Mitochondria
76
Hydrochloric acid is also known as
A
Galic acid
B
Picric acid

C
Muriatic acid
D
Chloric acid
77
Kanchenzunga National Park is located at
A
Uttar Pradesh
B
West Bengal
C
Sikkim
D
Jammu & Kashmir
78
Biosphere Reserve of India Nanda Devi (UNESCO) is located in the state of

A
Uttarakhand
B
Sikkim
C
Meghalaya
D
Himachal Pradesh
79
Environment related important International Agreement/conference- Convention of Biological diversity took place in 2012 at
A
Montreal
B
Hyderabad
C
Vienna

D
Rotterdam
80
The first oil refinery in India was set up at
A
Barauni
B
Vishakhapatnam
C
Digboi
D
Mumbai

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