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1. The question paper consists of 3 Subjects (Subject I: Chemistry, Subject II: Mathematics,

Subject III: Physics). Each Subject consists of 2 sections (Section I and Section II).

2. Section I contains two types of questions, Type 1 and Type 2.

Type 1 contains 10 Multiple Choice Questions. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D),

out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

Marking scheme [2 Marks for All Correct answers and zero mark in all other cases. No

Negative Marks for incorrect answers]

3. Type 2 contains 5 Multiple Choice Questions. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D),

out of which ONE or MORE are correct.

Marking scheme [4 Marks for All Correct answers and zero mark if no bubbles are darkened.

In all other cases, minus one (–1) mark will be awarded]

4. Section II contains 5 Questions. The answer to each of the questions is a Single-Digit Integer,

ranging from 0 to 9 (both inclusive).

Marking scheme [4 marks for correct answer and zero mark if no bubbles are darkened. In all

other cases, minus one (–1) mark will be awarded]

5. For answering a question, an ANSWER SHEET (OMR SHEET) is provided separately. Please fill

your Test Code, Roll No. and Group properly in the space given in the ANSWER SHEET.

6. No one will be permitted to leave the test room before the end of the test, i.e. 01.00 PM

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SECTION - I [Type-1]

SINGLE CORRECT ANSWER TYPE

This section contains 10 Multiple Choice Questions. Each Question has 4 choices A, B, C & D, out of which

ONLY ONE Choice may be Correct:

1. Which of the following statements is correct ?

(A) [CoF6 ]3 and [Co(NH3 )6 ]3 both are paramagnetic complexes.

(D) [CoF6 ]3 is an outer orbital complex while [Co(NH3 )6 ]3 is an inner orbital complex.

2. The packing efficiency of the two dimensional square unit cell shown below is :

(A) Cu + SO2 (B) Cu + SO3 (C) CuO + CuS (D) Cu2SO3

4. The standard enthalpies of formation of C2H5OH(), H2O( ), CO2 (g) are 66 kcal / mol, 68 kcal / mol,

and 94 kcal / mol respectively. The enthalpy of combustion of CH3OCH3 (g) is 348 kcal / mol . The

enthalpy change during the isomerisation reaction C2H5OH( ) CH3 OCH3 (g) is :

(A) H 18kcal / mol (B) H 22kcal / mol

(C) H 26kcal / mol (D) H 30kcal / mol

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2+ 2+ + 2+

(A) Pb (B) Cu (C) Ag (D) Ni

6. Among the three allotropes of an element, one is a good electrical conductor, the second one is

known to be one of the hardest materials and the third one has molecular form with an icosahedral

structure. The element is :

(A) boron (B) carbon (C) silicon (D) sulphur

7. Arrange the following in the increasing order of reactivity towards SN1 reaction :

(P) (Q) (R) (S)

(A) P > Q > R > S (B) R > Q > S > P (C) P > R > S > Q (D) R>S>Q>P

8. XeF6 cannot be handled in a quartz vessel, because it reacts with SiO2 forming :

(A) XeOF4 (B) XeF4 (C) XeF2 (D) XeO4

(A) HNO3 and HNO2 (B) only HNO3 (C) only HNO2 (D) HNO2 and N2

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10. A complex ion has two optical isomers. Their correct configurations are :

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

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SECTION - I [Type-2]

MULTIPLE CORRECT ANSWERS TYPE

This section contains 5 Multiple Choice Questions. Each Question has 4 choices A, B, C & D, out of which

ONE or MORE Choices may be Correct:

11. Select reaction(s) in which correct products are given.

14 14

(A) C6H5CH2 COOH NaHCO3 C6H5 CH2 COONa H2O CO2

14 14

(B) C6H5OH NaH CO3 C6H5 ONa H2O CO 2

(C)

(D) (CH3 )3 C ONa H2O (CH3 )3 C OH NaOH

titrated with strong acid 0.1 M HCl, the pH of solution

initially decreases fast and then decreases slowly till

near equivalence point as shown in the figure. Which

of the following is true ?

(A) The slow decrease of pH is due to formation

of an acidic buffer solution after addition of

some HCl.

(B) The slope of shown pH graph (magnitude

only) will be minimum when 25 ml of 0.1 M

HCl is added.

(C) The slow decrease of pH is due to formation of a basic buffer solution.

(D) The initial fast decrement in pH is due to fast consumption of free OH ions by HCl.

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(A) (B)

(C) (D)

(A) (B)

(C) (D)

15. Which of the following is/are correct for a non-ideal solution of miscible liquids A and B, showing

negative deviation ?

(A) Hmix ve (B) Vmix ve (C) Smix ve (D) Gmix ve

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SECTION - II

SINGLE INTEGER VALUE CORRECT TYPE

This section contains 5 single Integer Value Correct type Questions. Each question has an integer answer

between 0 and 9. Fill the answer bubbles in the OMR Sheet APPROPRIATELY and CAREFULLY.

1. What is the coordination number of a constituent particle in top most layer of ABABAB........ type 3-D

close packing of spheres of identical radius ?

2. The number of unpaired electron(s) present in the d-orbitals (whose lobes are present along the axis)

for the complex [Co(SCN)4 ]2 is :

3. Find out number of rings in the organic product of the reaction given below.

(a) Pentose (b) Hexose (c) Aldose

(d) Ketose (e) Pyranose (f) Furanose

(g) Monosaccharide (h) Reducing carbohydrate (i) Hemi-acetal

The number of properties among these that correctly identifies the carbohydrate shown below is

________.

5. The number of polymers from the following that are formed by only one type of monomeric units

is________.

Teflon, Polythene, Polyacrylonitrile, Nylon-6,6, Bakelite, Nylon-6, Natural rubber

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SECTION - I [Type-1]

SINGLE CORRECT ANSWER TYPE

This section contains 10 Multiple Choice Questions. Each Question has 4 choices A, B, C & D, out of which

ONLY ONE Choice may be Correct:

1. If the straight lines joining the origin and the points of intersection of the curve

2 2

5 x 12 xy 6 y 4 x 2y 3 0 and x ky 1 0 are equally inclined to the x-axis, then the value

of k is :

(A) 1 (B) –1 (C) 2 (D) 3

2. If the area bounded by y x 2 2 x 3 and the line y kx 1 is least, then the value of least area is :

32 32 32 32

(A) (B) (C) (D)

2 3 4 5

3. If f ( x ) 2 x, g( x ) 3 sin x x cos x, then for x 0, :

2

(A) f ( x) g( x ) (B) f ( x) g( x)

(C) f ( x ) g ( x ) has exactly one real root (D) f ( x ) g ( x ) has exactly two real roots

7 19 39 1 67

4. The sum of the infinite series cot 1 cot 1 cot 1 cot 4 .... is :

4

4 4

(A) cot 1 3 (B) tan1 3 (C) cot 1 3 (D) tan1 3

4 4 4 4

dy

5. The solution of the differential equation 2 x 2 y tan( x 2 y 2 ) 2 xy 2 , given y (1) is :

dx 2

(A) sin( x 2 y 2 ) 1 0 (B) cos x 2 y 2 x 0

2

(C) sin( x 2 y 2 ) e x 1 (D) sin( x 2 y 2 ) e2( x 1)

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6. Let f : [0, 1] R be a twice differentiable function such that f (0) f (1) 0 and

1 1 1

(A) 0 f (x) (B) f (x) (C)

f ( x ) 1 (D)

f ( x ) 0

2 2 4

7. If a, b and c are three non-zero non-coplanar vectors and p a b 2c ; q 3a 2b c and

r a 4b 2c are three vectors such that the volumes of parallelepiped formed by a, b, c and

v

p, q, r as their coterminous edges are v1 and v 2 respectively, then 2 is :

v1

(A) 10 (B) 15 (C) 20 (D) None of these

x 2 y 1 z

8. Image of the line in the plane x y z 3 is :

2 1 3

x 2 y 3 z4 x 2 y 3 z4

(A) (B)

2 11 1 2 11 1

x 2 y 3 z4 x 2 y 3 z4

(C) (D)

2 11 1 2 11 1

m

9. Suppose that there are 5 red points and 4 blue points on a circle. Let be the probability that a

n

convex polygon whose vertices are among the 9 points has at least one blue vertex when m & n are

relatively prime. The value of ( m n ) is :

(A) 457 (B) 458 (C) 459 (D) 460

10. If the expression z 5 32 can be factorized into linear and quadratic factors over real coefficients as

( z 5 32) ( z 2)( z 2 pz 4)( z 2 qz 4) where p q

Then the value of p2 2p is :

(A) 2 (B) 3 (C) 4 (D) 5

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SECTION - I [Type-2]

MULTIPLE CORRECT ANSWERS TYPE

This section contains 5 Multiple Choice Questions. Each Question has 4 choices A, B, C & D, out of which

ONE or MORE Choices may be Correct:

11. Line L 1 is parallel to a vector 3iˆ 2 jˆ 4kˆ and passes through a point A (7, 6, 2) and the line L 2

is, parallel to a vector 2iˆ ˆj 3kˆ and passes though a point B (5, 3, 4). Now a line L 3 parallel to

a vector r 2iˆ 2 jˆ kˆ intersects the line L 1 & L 2 at points C & D respectively then | CD | equals to :

(A) 8 (B) 9 (C) 2 (D) 11

12. If composite function f 1(f 2 (f 3 (.......(f n ( x ))))) is an increasing function and if r of fi’s are decreasing

functions while rest are increasing then maximum value of r (n r ) is :

n2 n2 3

(A) 1 when n is an even number (B) when n is an odd number

4 4

n2 1 n2

(C) when n is an odd number (D) when n is an even number

4 4

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13. If Tr then :

(r 1)!

( 1)r 3r ( 1)r 13r 1 ( 1)r 13 r 1 (1)r 13r 1

(A) Tr (B) Tr

r! (r 1)! (r 1)! (r 1)!

( 1)n 3n (n 2)

(C) Sn 2 (D) S 2

(n 1)!

14. If, a square matrix A [a i j ], a i j i 2 j 2 is of even order then :

(A) A is skew – symmetric (B) |A| is perfect square

(C) A is symmetric and | A | 0 (D) A is neither symmetric nor skew symmetric

15. A given quantity of metal is to be cast into half-cylinder in order that the total surface area may be

minimum, the ratio of height of the cylinder to the diameter of the semi-circular ends is found ,

k

where k is equal to :

(A) 3 (B) 2 (C) 1 (D) 4

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SECTION - II

SINGLE INTEGER VALUE CORRECT TYPE

This section contains 5 single Integer Value Correct type Questions. Each question has an integer answer

between 0 and 9. Fill the answer bubbles in the OMR Sheet APPROPRIATELY and CAREFULLY.

1. The number of ways in which 10 girls and 90 boys can sit in a row having 100 chairs such that no girls

P

sit at the either end of the row and between any two girls, at least five boys sit is C43 q ! r ! , then find

2p q r .

1 k 1 2k

2. A special dice is so constructed that the probabilities of throwing 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 are , ,

6 6

1 k 1 k 1 2k 1 k

, , and respectively. If two such dice are thrown and the probabilities of

6 6 6 6

getting a sum equal to 9 lies between 1/9 and 2/9. Then the number of integral solution of k.

2003

3. is divided by 17, then remainder is , then

the value of is _______.

4. There are three piles of identical red, blue and green balls and each pile contains at least 10 balls. The

number of ways of selecting 10 balls if twice as many red balls as green balls are to be selected

is________.

5. Let 1 be the area of a triangle PQR inscribed in an ellipse and 2 be the area of the triangle

P1 Q 1 R 1 where vertices are the points lying on the Auxiliary circle corresponding to the points P, Q, R

4 3 2

respectively. If the eccentricity of the ellipse is then the ratio is equal to :

7 1

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SECTION - I [TYPE-1]

SINGLE CORRECT ANSWERS TYPE

This section contains 10 Multiple Choice Questions. Each Question has 4 choices A, B, C & D, out of

which ONLY ONE Choice is Correct:

1. In the figure shown all the surfaces are frictionless, and mass of the block, 10 m/s2

m = 1 kg. The block and wedge are held initially at rest. Now wedge is given m

a horizontal acceleration of 10 m/s2 by applying a force on the wedge, so M

that the block does not slip on the wedge. Then work done by the normal

(A) 30 J (B) 60 J (C) 150 J (D) 100 3J

2. A body is orbiting in a circular orbit with speed V0 round the earth at a height above the surface equal

to the radius of the earth. If the body is stopped suddenly in its orbit and allowed to move freely,

then it hits the surface of earth with the speed :

(A) 2V0 (B) 0.707 V0 (C) 1.414 V0 (D) 0.5 V0

3. A thin non conducting ring of mass m radius a, carrying charge q can rotate freely about its own axis

which is vertical. At the initial moment, the ring was at rest and no magnetic field was present.

At instant t = 0, an uniform magnetic field is switched on, which is vertically downwards and increases

with time according to the law B = B0t. Neglecting magnetism induced to rotational motion of the ring,

the power developed by the forces acting on the ring is proportional to :

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4. A ball of mass m collides horizontally with a stationary wedge on a rough horizontal surface, in the two

orientations as shown. Neglect friction between ball and wedge. Two student comment on system of

ball and wedge in these situations

y

m m

m m

x

rough rough

(I) ( II )

Prakhar : Momentum of system in x-direction will change by significant amount in both cases.

Ankit : There are no impulsive external forces in y-direction in both cases hence the total momentum

of system in y-direction can be treated as conserved in both cases.

(A) Prakhar is wrong and Ankit is correct (B) Prakhar is correct and Ankit is wrong

(C) Both are correct (D) Both are wrong

5. If a parallel beam of light having intensity I is incident normally on a perfectly reflecting surface, the

force exerted on the surface, equals F. Assume that the cross section of beam remains constant.

when beam falls on surface at angle with normal, the force is :

(A) 2F sin2 (B) F (C) F cos2 (D) F/2

6. 10gm of ice at –20°C is dropped in to a calorimeter containing 10gm of water at 10°C, the specific

heat of water is twice that of ice. When equilibrium is reached the calorimeter will contain.

(A) 20 gm of water at 0°C (B) 15 gm of water at 0°C

(C) 10 gm ice and 10 gm of water at 0°C (D) 5gm ice and 15 gm of water at 0°C

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7. Look at the ray diagram shown, what will be the focal length of the 1st and the 2nd lens, if the incident

light ray is parallel to emergent ray. 1st 2nd

(A) –5cm and –10cm incident

5cm 5cm

(D) +5cm and +5cm

8. A uniform rod rotating in gravity free region with certain constant angular velocity. The variation of

tensile stress with distance x from axis of rotation is best represented by which of the following graphs.

(A) (B) (C) (D)

x x x x

as shown. If the radius of curvature of the hemisphere =1

is very large in comparison to d, then the diameter of

=3/2

the beam at the base of the hemisphere will be:

3 d 2

(A) d (B) d (C) (D) d

4 3 3

10. A vernier callipers having 1 main scale division = 0.1 cm is designed to have a least count of 0.02 cm.

If n be the number of divisions on vernier scale and m be the length of vernier scale, then

(A) n = 10, m = 0.5 cm (B) n = 9, m = 0.4 cm

(C) n = 10, m = 0.8 cm (D) n = 10, m = 0.2 cm

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SECTION - I [TYPE-2]

MULTIPLE CORRECT ANSWERS TYPE

This section contains 5 Multiple Choice Questions. Each Question has 4 choices A, B, C & D, out of which

ONE or MORE Choices may be Correct:

11. The circuit shows a RLC circuit energized by a dc source of emf E. At t = 0 the source is switched on,

2E

(A) at t = 0 ; current through the source is

3R

2E

(B) at t ; current through the source is

3R

2E

(C) at t = 0 ; current through the source is

R

E

(D) at t ; current through the source is

2R

Z

12. In a region of space, a uniform magnetic field B exists

B

in the y-direction. A proton is fired from the origin, with

its initial velocity v making a small angle with the v

y-direction in the yz plane. In the subsequent motion of Y

O B

the proton,

(A) its x-coordinate can never be positive X

(B) its x- and z-coordinates cannot both be zero at the same time

(C) its z-coordinate can never be negative

(D) its y-coordinate will be proportional to the square of its time of motion

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which a harmonic wave is travelling to the right is shown.

Then, which of the following is true regarding the

velocities of the points P, Q and R on the string.

(A) v P is upwards (B) vQ = – vR

(C) | vP | > | vQ | = | vR | (D) vQ = vR d d

14. The vessel shown in the figure has two sections. The lower part a

is a rectangular vessel with area of cross-section A and height 30° h

h. The upper part is a conical vessel of height h with base area

‘A’ and top area ‘a’ and the walls of the vessel are inclined at an

h

angle 30° with the vertical. A liquid of density fills both the

sections upto a height 2h. Neglecting atmospheric pressure.

A

( A a)

(A) The force F exerted by the liquid on the base of the vessel is 2hg

2

A

(B) the pressure P at the base of the vessel is 2hg

a

(C) the weight of the liquid W is greater than the force exerted by the liquid on the base

(D) the walls of the vessel exert a downward force (F–W) on the liquid.

15. Energy liberated in the de-excitation of hydrogen atom from third level to first level falls on a photo-

cathode. Later when the same photo-cathode is exposed to a spectrum of some unknown hydrogen-

like gas, excited to second energy level, it is found that the de-Broglie wavelength of the fastest

photoelectrons now ejected has decreased by a factor of 3. For this new gas, difference of energies of

second Lyman line and first Balmer line is found to be three times the ionization potential of the

hydrogen atom. Select the correct statement(s).

(A) The gas is lithium (B) The gas is helium

(C) The work function of photo-cathode is 8.5 eV

(D) The work function of photo-cathode is 5.5 eV

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SECTION - II

SINGLE INTEGER VALUE CORRECT TYPE

This section contains 5 single Integer Value Correct type Questions. Each question has an integer

answer between 0 and 9. Fill the answer bubbles in the OMR Sheet APPROPRIATELY and CAREFULLY.

1. A ball with initial speed of 10m/s collides elastically with two other identical balls whose centres are on

a line perpendicular to the initial velocity and which are initially in contact with each other. All the three

balls are lying on a smooth horizontal table.

The first ball is aimed directly at the contact point of the other two

balls All the balls are smooth. Find the speed of incoming ball 10m/s

(in m/s) after the collision.

I 2A and with its plane in an X Y plane as shown.

An uniform magnetic field B = 2T Y-axis is switched

on, then find the instantaneous angular acceleration

(rad/sec2) of the frame.

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3. Consider a nuclear reaction A B C A nucleus A moving with kinetic energy of 5 MeV collides with

a nucleus B moving with kinetic energy of 3 MeV and forms a nucleus C in the exited state with

5.3

MeV .

excitation energy 10 MeV. The kinetic energy of nucleus C just after its formation is

p

Take masses of nuclei of A, B and C as 25 amu, 10 amu and 34.995 amu, respectively and

1 amu 930 MeV / c 2. Find value of p_______.

4. U238 and U235 occur in nature in an atomic ratio 140 : 1. Assuming that at the time of earth’s formation

the two isotopes were present in equal amounts. If age of the age of the earth is n × 109 yrs, find n

(approximately). (n140 4.94)

(Half life of u238 = 4.5 × 109 yrs & that of U235 = 7.13 × 108 yrs)

pulling a string wrapped around a coaxial spool as shown 0.3m C

0.1m

in figure. With what velocity (in m/s ) the string should be String

B

pulled so that the centre of the wheel moves with a velocity A

of 3 m/s?

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