Indian Army Technical Pervious Exam Paper-1

Indian Army Technical Pervious Exam Paper-1

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Indian Army Technical Pervious Exam Paper-1

01. Gautama Buddha preached his first sermon at  

a. Valabhi

b. Vaishali

c. Sarnath

d. Rajagriha


02. Which of the following is not Union Territory? 

a. Pondicherry

b. Mizoram

c. Chandigarh

d. Daman and Diu


03. Which tribe of Assam celebrates the Baikho festival during the spring season in order to propitiate the Goddess of wealth ‘Baikho’  

a. Rabha

b. Boro

c. Chutia

d. Dimasa


04. Which of the following is the longest railway bridge in India? 

a. Saraighat (Brahmaputra)

b. Dehri-on-Sone (Sone)

c. Godavari Bridge

d. Naranarayan Setu


05. The heating element in an electric iron is made of 

a. Tungsten

b. Nichrome

c. Copper

d. Aluminium


06. Why do some automobiles have additional yellow headlights? 

a. Yellow light does not produce dazzling effect in the eyes of the people coming from front

b. Yellow light consumes less power

c. Yellow light is able to penetrate the fog and is thus able to illuminate the road better in foggy nights

d. (a)and (b) / (c) and (b)


07. When was the Indian National Congress founded and who was its first President?  

a. Womesh Chandra Bonnerjee 1885

b. Dadabhai Naoroji, 1886

c. Surendranath Banerjee, 1885

d. Ms. Anne Besant, 1886


08. Original name of the great novelist Munshi Premchand was  

a. Ajay Rai

b. Dhanpat Lal

c. Ajay Lal

d. Dhanpat Rai


09. India lies between the longitudes of 

a. 68°7E to 97°25E

b. 77°E to 97°E

c. 72°E to 97°E

d. 62°E to 90°E


10. Which mountain range is situated between river Narmada and Tapti 

a. The Sahyadri

b. The Mahadev Hills

c. The Satpura

d. The Aravallis


11. A sum of Rs 20000 is to be divided between two brother aged 15 years and 13 years so that at the age of 18 they get equal amount while the compound rate of interest is 5% per annum. What is the amount received by the younger brother

a. Rs 8123.50

b. Rs 1213.50

c. Rs 9512.50

d. Rs 1000.50


12. In a class there are 30 boys, whose average weight is decreased by 200 gm. When one boy whose weight is 25 kg leaves the class, a new one is admitted. Find the weight of the new comer  

a. 16 kg

b. 17 kg

c. 18 kg

d. 19 kg


13. 27/5 +33/4 -19/3 is equal to 

a. 379/60

b. 22/3

c. 152/60

d. 259/60


14. If one side of a rectangle is increased by 50% while the other side is decreased by 50 %, the area of the resulting rectangle will be how many percent more or less than the area of the original rectangle  

a. No change in area

b. 10% decrease in area

c. 25% increase in area

d. None of the above


15. 32.25 × 4.8 + 26.14 =? -128.64

a. 298.68

b. 309.58

c. 309.48

d. 298.78


16. 8888 + 888 + 88 + 8 is equal to 

a. 9784

b. 9792

c. 9072

d. None of these


17. From the top of a cliff 90m high, the angles of depression of the top and bottom of a tower are observed to be 30°and 60°respectively. What is the height of the tower 

a. 45 m

b. 60 m

c. 75 m

d. 30 m


18. A and B deposited together Rs 2000 in a Bank at a rate of 5 %. After 3 and 4 years, A and B gets equal amount. What is the share of A 

a. Rs 1034

b. Rs 1054

c. Rs 1084

d. Rs 1024


19. A sells an article to B at a profit of 5 %. B sells it to C at a loss of 5 %. If C pays Rs 23.94 for it, what did it cost A  

a. Rs 25

b. Rs 25.98

c. Rs 26.56

d. Rs 24


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20. A vessel full of water weighs 16.5 kg. When the vessel is 1/4 full, it weighs 5.25 kg. What is the weight of empty vessel?  

a. 1.5 kg

b. 2 kg

c. 2.5 kg

d. None of these


21. (𝟐.𝟑)𝟑– 0.027 / (𝟐.𝟑)𝟑+ 0.69 + 0.09 is equal to 

a. 0

b. 2.6

c. 2.3

d. 2.0


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22. The sum of all numbers between 800 and 1100 which are divisible by 79 is 

a. 2864

b. 2844

c. 3844

d. 3854


23. (𝟒𝟔)𝟔.𝟓 ÷ ((𝟒𝟕)𝟏.𝟓×(𝟒𝟕)𝟐) = (√𝟒𝟕)? 

a. 6

b. 4.5

c. 3

d. 5.5


24. 106 × 106 – 94 × 94 =? 

a. 2004

b. 2400

c. 1904

d. 1906


25. The average of three results is 46. The average of the first two results is 25, the third result is  

a. 98

b. 80

c. 88

d. 78


26. At what angle must the two plane mirrors be placed so that the incident and resulting reflected rays are always parallel to each other 

a. 0°

b. 30°

c. 60°

d. 90°


27. A man cannot see objects at a distance greater than 3 m. He is suffering from 

a. astigmatism

b. myopia

c. hypermetropia

d. distortion


28. The ability of an eye to focus on the nearby objects as well as distant object is called  

a. flexibility

b. power of accommodation

c. myopia

d. least distance of distinct vision


29. Minimum value of refractive index is 

a. 1

b. 2

c. Zero

d. None of these


30. Which property of the medium varies when white layer passes through prism (medium) 

a. Mass

b. Density

c. Refractive index

d. All of the above


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31. When light moves from rarer medium to denser medium, then it bends 

a. away from the normal

b. towards the normal

c. 60° to the normal

d. All of the above


32. 5 liters of benzene weighs 

a. more in summer than in winter

b. more in winter than in summer

c. equal in winter and summer

d. None of the above


33. A copper disc has a hole. If the disc is heated, the size of hole 

a. Increases

b. Decreases

c. remains unchanged

d. None of the above


34. When water is heated from 0°C to 10°C, its volume 

a. Increases

b. Decreases

c. does not changed

d. first decreases and then increases


35. By cutting a convex lens (f) perpendicular to principal axis, focal length of each piece is 

a. f/2

b. 2f

c. 2/3 f

d. 7/2 f


36. Magnification of lens is 2. Size of object is 5 cm, then its image size is 

a. 10 cm/10

b. 2.5 cm/2.5

c. 6 cm/6

d. 13 cm


37. A permanent magnet 

a. attracts all substances

b. attracts only ferromagnetic substances

c. attracts ferromagnetic substances and repels all other

d. attracts some substance and repels other


38. Magnetic field is a 

a. vector quantity

b. scalar quantity

c. scalar as well as vector quantity

d. neither vector nor scalar quantity


39. Magnetic lines of force 

a. intersect an infinity

b. cannot intersect at all

c. intersect within the magnet

d. intersect at the neutral point


40. Water drops are spherical because of? 

a. viscosity

b. density

c. polarity

d. surface tension


41. For an elementary process 2X + Y Z + W. The molecularity is 

a. 2

b. 3

c. 1

d. None of these


42. The chemical reaction in which Reactants require high amount of activation energy are generally 

a. Slow

b. Fast

c. Instantaneous

d. spontaneous


43. A gas bulb is filled with N𝑶𝟐 gas and immersed in an ice bath at 0°C which becomes colorless after sometime. This colorless gas will be  

a. 𝑁𝑂2

b. 𝑁2𝑂

c. 𝑁2𝑂4

d. 𝑁2𝑂5


44. For a reaction, 𝑯𝟐(g)+ 𝑰𝟐(g)⇋2HI (g) the equilibrium constant 𝑲𝑷 changes with

a. total pressure

b. catalyst

c. the amounts of 𝐻2 and 𝐼2 present

d. temperature


45. Le-Chatelier’s principle is not applicable to 

a. 𝐻2(g)+𝐼2(g)⇌ 2HI(g)

b. 𝑁2 (g)+3𝐻2 (g)⇌ 2N𝐻3(g)

c. PCL(g)⇌ PC𝑙3(g)+C𝑙2(g)

d. Fe(s)+S(s)⇌ FeS(s)


46. The latin name of sodium is 

a. Natrium

b. Kalium

c. Stannum

d. Cuprum


47. Minimum value of refractive index is 

a. 1

b. 2

c. zero

d. None of these


48. The electron is 

a. an 𝛼 -ray particle

b. a 𝛽 -ray particle

c. hydrogen ion

d. positron


49. Heating of a substance results in 

a. a physical change

b. a chemical change

c. a physical or a chemical change

d. None of the above


50. The period of revolution of a geostationary satellite is? 

a. 24 hours

b. 24 days

c. 365 days

d. None of these


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