SSC CGL 2019 Questions Asked on 03.03.2020 Shift-I


 SSC CGL Reasoning Questions[Asked on 03.03.2020 Shift-I]

Q.1 Select the option in which the number are related in the same way as are the numbers in the given set.

(269, 278, 296)

Options:

 1. (313, 322, 340)

2. (109, 118, 128)

3. (419, 430, 448)

4. (577, 586, 598)

Q.2 Select the option that is related to the third word in the same way as the second word is related to the first word.

Options:

1. Hunger

2. Energy

3. Nutrition

4. Thirst

Q.3 Which two numbers should be interchanged to make the given equation correct?

9 + 7 x 5 – 18 ÷ 2 = 3 x 4 – 10 + 45 ÷ 5

Options:

1. 7 and4

2. 9 and 3

3. 18 and 45

4. 2 and 5

Q.4 Four words have been given, out of which --------in alike in some number, while one is different. Select the odd word.

Options:

1. Ferry

2. Submarine

3. Ship

4. Yacht

Q.5 Amit is the brother of Sonia, Jyoti is the sister of Nikita, Sonia is the daughter of Satis’s father. Nikita is the daughter of Kavinder. Jyoti is the mother of Amit. Mukesh is Nikita’s only sister’s husband. How is Satish related to Kavinder?

Options:

1. Son

2. Brother

3. Son-in-law

4. Grandson

Q.6 Select the option that is related to the third number in the same way as the second number is related to the first number and the sixth number is related to the fifth number.

12 : 72 : 18 : ?:: 22 : 242

Options:

1. 162

2. 140

3. 160

4. 164

Q.7 Arrange the following words in the order in which they appear in an English dictionary.

1- Rightly

2- Rigidly

3- Righteous

4- Rigour

5- Rights

Options:

1. 3, 1, 5, 2, 4

2. 3, 1, 5, 4, 2

3. 1, 3, 5, 2, 4

4. 3, 5, 1, 4, 2

Q.8 Four letter- clusters have been given out of which three are alike in some number, while one is different. Select the odd letter-cluster.

Options:

1. DWIR

2. BYGT

3. NMSH

4. FVKO

Q.9 Select the option in which the words share the same relationship as that shared by the given pair of words.

Clock :Time

Options:

1. Ammeter : Current

2. Taseometer : wind

3. Balance : Scale

4. Anemometer : Strains

Q.10 Study the given pattern carefully and select the number that can replace the question mark (?) in it.

6

21

14

40

500

?

8

25

7

Options:

1. 78

2. 98

3. 91

4. 84

Q.11 The given Venn diagram represents employees in an organization;

The triangle represents executives, the circle represents females, the rectangle represents MBAs and the square represents technical staff. The numbers given in the diagram represent the number of persons in that particular category.

How many female executives are there in the organization?

Options:

1. 10

2. 5

3. 11

4. 15

Q.12 The ratio of the presents ages of Asha and Lata is 5 : 6. If the difference between their ages is 6 years, then what will be Lata’s age will be after 5 years?

Options:

1. 40

2. 35

3. 41

4.  45

Q.13 Two positions of the same dice are shown. Select the number that will be on the face opposite to the one showing 6.

 


Options:

1. 1

2. 4

3. 3

4. 5

Q.14 In the following equations, if ----------- changed with ------------then which equation would be correct?

Options:

1. 76 – 75 + 77 = 56

2. 62 – 67 + 76 = 83

3. 67 – 76 + 43 = 100

4. 78 – 68 + 66 = 59

Q.15 In a certain code language, WARDROBE is written as YXVYXHJV. How will ACCURATE is writtern as in that language?

Options:

1. CZHPYTBV

2. DZGPXTBV

3. CZGPXTBV

4. BZHPXTBV

Q.16 Which of the option figures is the exact mirror image of the given figure when the mirror is held at the right side?

               RST2PK9LOX

Options:

 


 Q.17 How many rectangles are there in the given figure?

 


 

Options:

1. 34

2. 30

3. 32

4. 33

Q.18 Select the option figure in which the given figure is embedded (rotation is NOT allowed).

 

Q.19 Select the set of letters that when sequentially placed in the blanks of the given letter series will complete the series.

K_lmml_km_mmk_lkkl_m

Options:

1. K, l, k, l,m

2. k, l, m, k, k

3. k, m , m, k, l

4. l, k, m, k, k

Q.20 The sequence of folding a piece of paper and the manner in which the folded paper has been cut is shown in the following figures. How would this paper look when unfolded?

 



Q.21 Read the given statements and conclusions carefully. Assuming that the information given in the statements is true, even if it appears to be at variance with commonly known facts, decide which of the given conclusions logically follow(s) from the statements.

Statements:

1-           Some animals are elephants.

2-           Some elephants are tigers.

Conclusions:

I-            Some animals are tigers.

II-           No tiger is an animal.

Options:

1. Only conclusion I follows.

2. Either conclusion I or II follows.

3. Neither conclusion I nor II follows.

4. Only conclusion II follows.

Q.22 Select the number that can replace the question mark (?) in the following series.

17, 21, 30, 46, 71, ?

Options:

1. 96

2. 105

3. 101

4. 107

Q.23 Select the figure that can replace the question mark (?) in the following series.

 


 

Q.24 In a certain code language, ‘HARVEST’ is coded as ‘ 20-21-7-24-20-3-10’. How will ‘FARMER’ be coded as in the language?

Options:

1. 20-7-14-21-3-8

2. 19-7-15-20-3-7

3. 19-7-15-19-3-8

4. 20-7-15-20-3-8

Q.25 Select the letter-cluster that can replace the question mark (?) in the following series.

CXB, HUI, MRP, ROW,?

Options:

1. VKD

2. VKC

3. WLD

4. WLZ

SSC CGL GK Questions[Asked on 03.03.2020 Shift-I]

Q.1 Name the media company that purchased the legendary studio of 21st Century Fox.

Options:

1. Viacom

2. Time Warner

3. Sony

4. Disney

Q.2 Veteran freedom fighter, social reformer and feminist Savithribai Phule hailed from

which of the following states of India?

Options:

1. Rajasthan

2. Gujarat

3. Maharashtra

4. Odisha

Q.3 Which of these institutions fixes the Repo Rate and the Reverse Repo Rate in India?

Options:

1. Ministry of Finance

2. Comptroller and Auditor General of India

3. State Bank of India

4. Reserve Bank of India

Q.4 In which year Sanchi was discovered after being abandoned for nearly 600 Years?

Options:

1. 1816

2. 1818

3. 1814

4. 1820

Q.5 As of February 2020, who is the President of Sri Lanka?

Options:

1. Maithripala Sirisena

2. Gotabaya Rajapaksa

3. D.M. Jayaratne

4. Chandrika Kumaratunga

Q.6 The World Food Program (WFP) is the food assistance branch of the United Nations. Where is it headquartered?

Options:

1. Brussels

2. Paris

3. Rome

4. New York

Q.7 Which of these bones is NOT a part of the human ear?

Options:

1. Incus

2. Stapes

3. Femur

4. Malleus

Q.8 Who among the following played the leading lady in the film 'Mission Mangal' that tells the dramatic true story of the women behind India's first mission to Mars?

Options:

1. Deepika Padukone

2. Vidya Balan

3. Kajol

4. Kareena Kapoor

Q.9 As on January 2020, Shri Bhupesh Baghel is the Chief Minister of which of the following states?

Options:

1. Haryana

2. Odisha

3. Chhattisgarh

4. Jharkhand

Q.10 The Araku Valley, a tourist resort, is located near which of these cities of South India?

Options:

1. Madurai

2. Kochi

3. Visakhapatnam

4. Mangalore

Q.11 What is the uniform GST rate that has been fixed up for lottery prizes by the GST Council?

Options:

1. 18 %

2. 32 %

3. 28 %

4. 10 %

Q.12 Who is the first and currently the only batsman to score double hundreds in four consecutive test series?

Options:

1. Virat Kohli

2. Rohit Sharma

3. A.B. de Villiers

4. Brian Lara

Q.13 What is the more common name for solid carbon dioxide?

Options:

1. Potash

2. Quick Silver

3. Epsom

4. Dry Ice

Q.14 From India, who inaugurated the Kartarpur Corridor and flagged off the first set of pilgrims to the final resting place of Sikhism founder Guru Nanak Dev?

Options:

1. Manmohan Singh

2. Narendra Modi

3. Ram Nath Kovind

4. Amarinder Singh

Q.15 The ruins of the ancient city of Hampi - capital of Vijayanagara - is located in which present day Indian state?

Options:

1. Karnataka

2. Bihar

3. Telangana

4. Haryana

Q.16 Name the author who won the Sahitya Akademi Award 2019 for his book - An Era of Darkness: The British Empire in India.

Options:

1. Vikram Seth

2. Romila Thapar

3. Ramchandra Guha

4. Shashi Tharoor

Q.17 For which of the following sports was Dronavalli Harika, conferred with the prestigious Padma Shri award?

Options:

1. Badminton

2. Archery

3. Chess

4. Cricket

Q.18 Kolathunadu, Valluvanad and Thekkumkoor were ancient small-time kingdoms in which state of India?

Options:

1. Kerala

2. Gujarat

3. Bihar

4. Karnataka

Q.19 Red worms have a structure named ______ which helps them in grinding their food.

Options:

1. Intestine

2. Crop

3. Esophagus

4. Gizzard

Q.20 Sir Thomas Roe came as an official ambassador from King James I of England to which Mughal emperor's court?

Options:

1. Shah Jahan

2. Aurangzeb

3. Akbar

4. Jahangir

Q.21 Which of these words refers to the scientific study of domestic dogs?

Options:

1. Cynology

2. Craniology

3. Carpology

4. Chrematistics

Q.22 Prolific Indian painter Maqbool Fida Husain predominantly used which of these animals to depict a lively and free spirit in his paintings?

Options:

1. Tigers

2. Horses

3. Elephants

4. Cows

Q.23 Name the physicist who is credited with the discovery of the Neutron. This 1932 discovery led to his winning the Nobel Prize.

Options:

1. Max Plank

2. J.S. Fleming

3. Enrico Fermi

4. James Chadwick

Q.24 Sultan Qaboos bin Said of ________, the Arab world’s longest-serving ruler and with a reputation for quiet diplomacy passed away recently (2020).

Options:

1. Oman

2. Kuwait

3. Dubai

4. Abu Dhabi

Q.25 Which of the following books is NOT written by Salman Rushdie?

Options:

1. The Satanic Verses

2. An Area of Darkness

3. Midnight's Children

4. Shame

SSC CGL Maths Questions[Asked on 03.03.2020 Shift-I]

Q.1. A,B and C can individually complete a piece of work in 24 day, 15 days and 12 days, respectively. B and C started the work and worked for 3 days and left. The number of days required by A alone to complete the remaining work, is:

Options:

1. 11

2. 15

3. 18

4. 13(1/5)   

Q.2 If A lies in the first quadrant and 6tanA = 5, then the value of 


 is:

Options:

1. 1

2. 4

3. -2

4. 16

Q.3 If x – y = 4 and xy = 45, then the value of x³ - y³ is:

Options:

1. 604

2. 822

3. 151

4. 82

Q.4 The radius of a circular garden is 42 m. The distance (in m) covered by running 8 rounds around it, is:

(Take  pi= 22/7 )

Options: 1. 1124

2. 2112

3. 3248

4. 4262

Q.5 The given table shows the number (in thousands) ----6 - cars fo five different models A, B, C, D and E produced during Years 2012-2017, Study the table and answer the question that follow.

 

A

B

C

D

E

Total

2012

18

26

22

23

31

120

2013

22

18

32

40

18

130

2014

32

43

26

35

34

170

2015

18

22

26

14

20

100

2016

36

12

44

38

50

180

2017

12

48

40

22

28

150

 

In the year 2015, which type of car constitutes exactly 20% of the total number of cars produced that year?

Options: 1. E

2. A       

3. D       

4. B

Q.6 A person sells an article at 10% below its cost price. Had he sold it for rs.332 more, he would have made a profit of 20%. What is the original selling price (in rs.) of the article?

Options: 1.1, 028

2. 1, 328

3. 996

4. 896

Q.7 If ‘+’  means ‘-‘, ‘-‘ means ‘+’, ‘x’ means ‘÷’ means ‘x’, then the value of 


  is:

options:

1.15/19

2. - 5/3

3.  -15/19

4. 5/3

 Q.8 The given table shows the number (in thousands) ----6 - cars fo five different models A, B, C, D and E produced during Years 2012-2017, Study the table and answer the question that follow.

 

A

B

C

D

E

Total

2012

18

26

22

23

31

120

2013

22

18

32

40

18

130

2014

32

43

26

35

34

170

2015

18

22

26

14

20

100

2016

36

12

44

38

50

180

2017

12

48

40

22

28

150

 

If 2013 and 2014 are put together, which type of cars constitute exactly 25% of the total number of cars produced in those 2 years?

1. B

2. E       

3. C       

4. D

Q.9 A, B and C are three points on a circle such that the angles subtended by the chord AB and AC at the centre O are 110º and 130º, respectively. Then the value of  Bac is:

Options: 1. 65º

2. 60º

3. 70º

4. 75º

Q.10 A train crosses a pole in 12 sec, and a bridge of length 170 m in 36 sec. Then the speed of the train is:

Options: 1. 30.75 km/h

2. 10.8 km/h

3. 25.5 km/h

4. 32.45 km/h

Q.11 The ratio of the number of boys to the number of girls in a school of 640 students, is 5 : 3. If 30 more girls are admitted in the school, then how many more boys should be admitted so that the ratio of boys to that of the girls, becomes 14:9.

Options: 1. 15

2.  30

3. 20

4. 25

Q.12 If  x²ͣ  = y²  = z ² ͨ # 0 and x² = yz, then the value of  (ab+bc+ca)/bc   is :

Options: 1. 3ac

2. 3

3. 3ab

4. 3bc

Q.13 If the length of a rectangle is increased by 40%, and the breadth is decreased by 20%, then the area of the rectangle by x %. Then the value of x is:

Options: 1.  16

2. 8

3. 20

4. 12

Q.14 Out of 6 numbers, the sum of the first 5 numbers is 7 times the 6th number. If their average is 136, then the 6th number is:

Options: 1. 102

2. 84

3. 96

4. 116

Q.15 If the number 1005x4 is completely divisible by 8, then the smallest integer in place of x will be:

Options: 1. 1

2. 0

3. 4

4. 2

Q.16 If A + B = 45º, then the value of 2 (1 + tan A) (1 + tan B) is:

Options: 1. 4

2. 1

3. 0

4. 2

Q.17 In Δ ABC, MN II BC, the area of quadrilateral MBCN = 130 sqcm. If AN : NC = 4 : 5, then the area of Δ MAN is :

 


 Options: 1. 45 cm²

2. 65 cm²

3. 32 cm²

4. 40 cm²

Q.18 A shopkeeper marks the price of the article in such a way that after allowing 28% discount, he wants a gain of 12%. If the marked price is rs. 224, then the cost price of the article is:

Options: 1. Rs. 144

2. rs. 168

3. rs. 120

4. rs. 196

Q.19 If the base radius of cylinders are in the ratio 3 : 4 and their heights are in the ratio 4 : 9, then the ratio of their volumes is:

Options: 1. 1 : 2

2. 2 : 1

3. 4 :1

4. 1 : 4

 Q.20 The given table shows the number (in thousands) ----6 - cars fo five different models A, B, C, D and E produced during Years 2012-2017, Study the table and answer the question that follow.

 

A

B

C

D

E

Total

2012

18

26

22

23

31

120

2013

22

18

32

40

18

130

2014

32

43

26

35

34

170

2015

18

22

26

14

20

100

2016

36

12

44

38

50

180

2017

12

48

40

22

28

150

 

The percentage increase in the total cars in 2016 over 2012, is:

Options: 1. 33.33%

2. 45%

3. 50%

4. 62.33%

Q.21 If x, y, z are three integers such that x + y = 8, y + z = 13 and z + x = 17, then the value of (x^2) /yz  is:

Ans

1.

2. 1

3. 0

4.

Q.22 The area of Δ ABC is 44 cm². If D is the midpoint of BC and E is the midpoint of AB, then the are (in cm²) of ΔBDE is:

Options: 1. 11

2. 5. 5

3. 22

4. 44

Q.23 rs. 4,300 beocomes rs. 4,644 in 2 years at simple interest. Find the principle amount that will become ----------in --- years at the same rate of interest.

Options: 1. Rs. 8,420

2. rs. 9,260

3. rs. 5,710

4. rs. 7,200

Q.24 If x = 4 cosA + 5 sin A and y = 4sinA – 5cosA, then the value of x² + y² is:

Options: 1. 25

2. 16

3. 0

4. 41

Q.25 Q.20 The given table shows the number (in thousands) ----6 - cars fo five different models A, B, C, D and E produced during Years 2012-2017, Study the table and answer the question that follow.

 

A

B

C

D

E

Total

2012

18

26

22

23

31

120

2013

22

18

32

40

18

130

2014

32

43

26

35

34

170

2015

18

22

26

14

20

100

2016

36

12

44

38

50

180

2017

12

48

40

22

28

150

 

The percentage decrease in the production of which type of car in 2017, with reference of 2016, was the maximum?

Options: 1. C

2. E

3. A

4.  D

 SSC CGL English Questions[Asked on 03.03.2020 Shift-I]

Q.1 Given below are four jumbled sentences. Select the option that gives their correct

order

A. However, the rate of population increase is another important factor to consider.

B. This change can be expressed in two ways.

C. Growth of population refers to the change in the number of inhabitants of a country.

D. First, in terms of absolute numbers and second, in terms of percentage change.

Options: 1. CBDA

2. CADB

3. BADC

4. BDCA

Q.2 Select the correct synonym of the given word.

Obligatory

Options: 1. Reckless

2. Useless

3. Mandatory

4. Aggressive

Q.3 Fill in the blank with the most appropriate word.

We must ______ help to the homeless and physically disabled people.

Options: 1. render

2. contribute

3. donate

4. exert

Q.4 In the sentence identify the segment which contains the grammatical error.

One of the boys from our school have been selected for National Badminton

Championship.

Options: 1. have been selected

2. from our school

3. for National Badminton Championship

4. One of the boys

Q.5 Select the passive form of the given sentence.

The manager keeps the work pending.

Options: 1. The work is kept pending by the manager.

2. The work was kept pending by the manager.

3. The work has been kept pending by the manager

4. The work are being kept pending by the manager.

Q.6 Select the most appropriate option to substitute the underlined segment in the given

sentence. If no substitution is required, select No improvement

The Director will agree with the proposal if we do not exceed the budget.

Options: 1. No Improvement

2. agree to the proposal

3. agree on a proposal

4. agreed by the proposal

Q.7 Select the most appropriate option for blank No. 1

Options: 1. better

2. total

3. vital

4. lifeless

 Q.8 Select the most appropriate option for blank No. 2

Options: 1. unclear

2. conscious

3. contradictory

4. important

Q.9 Select the most appropriate option for blank No. 3

Options: 1. variety

2. agility

3. facility

4. ability

Q.10 Select the most appropriate option for blank No. 4

Options: 1. against

2. by

3. to

4. from

Q.11 Select the most appropriate option for blank No. 5

Options: 1. strengthen

2. overcome

3. create

4. succeed

Q.12 Select the correctly spelt word.

Options: 1. exhoust

2. exhibit

3. exhail

4. exteract

Q.13 Select the appropriate meaning of the given idiom.

To take French leave

Options: 1. Welcome the host

2. Acknowledge the host

3. Leave with written permission

4. Leave without any intimation

Q.14 Select the correct synonym of the given word.

Scintillating

Options: 1. Glittering

2. Boring

3. Stinging

4. Flattering

Q.15 Select the word, which means the same as the given group of words.

Something that cannot be heard

Options: 1. infallible

2. audible

3. inaudible

4. irrevocable

Q.16 Fill in the blank with the most appropriate word.

Handle this glass table with care because it is ______.

Options: 1. volatile

2. ductile

3. fragile

4. frugal

Q.17 Select the correctly spelt word.

Options: 1. Humilliation

2. Bouquette

3. Sarcasm

4. Retalaite

Q.18 Select the correct antonym of the given word.

Exodus

Options: 1. Exit

2. Departure

3. Refund

4. Arrival

Q.19 Select the correct antonym of the given word.

Quiescent

Options: 1. Peaceful

2. Active

3. Dejected

4. Indifferent

Q.20 Select the word, which means the same as the groups of words given.

A song sung at a burial

Options: 1. Sonnet

2. Ballad

3. Hymn

4. Dirge

Q.21 In the sentence identify the segment which contains the grammatical error.

I can swim very fast when I was only five.

Options: 1. very fast

2. I can swim

3. when I was

4. only five

Q.22 Select the appropriate meaning of the given idiom.

A hard nut to crack

Options: 1. Easily encouraged

2. Easily disappointed

3. A difficult problem

4. Not restrained

Q.23 Select the most appropriate option to substitute the underlined segment in the given

sentence. If no substitution is required, select No improvement

The captain as well the players were responsible for winning the trophy.

Options: 1. No Improvement

2. The captain as well as the players was

3. As The captain with the players were

4. The captain also the players were

Q.24 Given below are four jumbled sentences. Select the option that gives their correct

order

A. However, they ignore the truth that progress and success are proportional to the

labor they put in.

B. The general human tendency is to find faults in the policies framed by the

government.

C. They blame the government for their slow progress, expecting miracles and magical

transformation in their life.

D. So people openly criticize and condemn the policy makers.

Options: 1. CDAB

2. BDCA

3. DBAC

4. ABCD

Q.25 Select the indirect narration of the given sentence.

He said to the hotel receptionist, “Can you tell me the tariff of rooms?

Options: 1. He asked the hotel receptionist that if he can tell him the tariff of rooms.

2. He enquired the hotel receptionist if he can tell him the tariff of rooms.

3. He asked the hotel receptionist to tell him the tariff of rooms.

4. He asked the hotel receptionist if he could tell him the tariff of rooms.

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