Answer key SSC CHSL 16 Nov
Answer key SSC CHSL 16 Nov
22 KP 1
333 LO 2
444 MN 3
555 NN 4 Download
545 QP 6
634 RH 7
723 PG 8
812 NJ 9
In this article we
are publishing authentic answer key of Pinnacle Coaching ( experts in SSC coaching) center. For reference we have taken 555 NN4 paper code. Henceforth key is for 555 NN4 paper code. Other questions of other codes are same only sequence is different. We have attached question paper. You can download question paper and tally questions accordingly. Analysis is same for all.
|English||No. of Questions|
|Spot the error||5|
|Fill in the blanks||5|
|One word substitution||5|
Analysis: Over all very simple questions. All questions were on predicable lines. 10 questions from sentence improvement and 10 questions from close test stolen the show. 40 + score is desired if you want to come in top 1500+.
|Reasoning Topics||No. of Questions|
|Diretion and Distance||2|
|Scheduled Day/ time||1|
|Ranking and arrangement||1|
|arrangement of words in logical order||1|
|cubes and dice||0|
|Mirror and Water images||1|
|Paper cutting & Folding||2|
|Completion of Figure||1|
|Deviation of Figure||0|
Analysis : Questions were very simple. Analogy 9 questions, 10 questions from classification, 7 questions from series stolen the show. Overall 26 questions from these 3 chapters. Distribution of questions is on the same pattern of SSC CGL. 45+ score is required if you are looking for the job.
|SN||Topic||No. of Questions|
|2||Ratio and Proportion||1|
|4||Time and Distance (Rail)||2|
|5||Sequence and Series||1|
|7||Profit and loss||2|
|9||Time and Work||2|
|Chapters with zero questions|
|1||LCM and HCF||0|
|2||Pipe and Cistern||0|
|5||Square and Square Root||0|
|6||Cube and Cube Root||0|
|8||Work and Wages||0|
|9||Power, Indices and Surds||0|
|11||Boat and Streams||0|
Analysis: The easiest question paper since last five years. 31 questions from 5 big chapters. 7 questions from geometry, 9 from data interpretation, mensuration 5, trigonometry 5, algebra 5. If you are looking for job then you must score 45+ in this paper. Many of our students who gave these exams is coring 49 ( one question itself doubtful) .
GK ( General Awareness)
|Topic||No. of Questions|
Analysis: easy to moderate question paper. You should score 25+ at least for survival in the race. 16 questions from science. It seems that SSC does not believe in politics or polity questions. May be so many leaks or problems with SSC itself does not want any further controversy.
It was very simple paper. As I said I have not seen such a simple paper in last five years. Obviously cut off will be the highest this time. You should score 160+ in this paper if you want to secure your place.
Start typing practice if you are somewhere around 140+. You can expect any magic.
SSC CHSL 16 Nov Answer key-Analysis
General Awareness Code: 555 NN 4 ( answers are above )
151. A currency whose exchange rate is influenced by the government is a/an
A. Scarce Currency B. Surplus Currency
C. Unmanaged Currency D. Managed Currency
- Debentures holders of a company are itse
A. Debentures B. Directors C. Shareholders D. Creditors
- Savings rate is relatively low in developed economies because of
A. Liquidity/Borrowing constraint B. High interest rate
C. Low per capita income D. Welfare programmes
- Maruti cars are mainly b based on
A. Russian Technology B. German Technology
C. Japanese Technology D. Korean Technology
- The terms ‘Bull’ and ‘Bear’ are associated with
A. Stock Market B. Internet Trade C. Banking D. Foreign Trade
- Who was the Chief Architect of SAARC?
A. Rajiv Gandhi B. Jayawardene C. Zia-ur-Rahman D. Generla Zia-ul-Haq
- The State Election Commission conducts, controls and supervises Municipal elections, under
A. Article 243(K) B. Article 245(D) C. Article 240(1) D. Article 241(2)
- Which one of the following judgements stated that ‘Secularism’ and ‘Federalism’ are the basic features of the Indian Constitution?
A. Indira Sawbney Case B. Minerva Mills Case
C. Keshavananda Bharati Case D. S. R. Bommai case
159 Which committee was established on Criminal-Politician and Bureaucratic nexus?
A. Tarkunde Committee B. Santhanam Committee
C. Vohra Committee D. Indrajit Gupta Committee
- In which year was the Prevention of Terrorism Act (POTA) enacted?
A. 2002 B. 2003 C. 2000 D. 2001
- The Most ideal region for cultivation of Coffee in India is the
A. Ran of Kutch B. Deccan Plateau
C. Indo-Gangetic Valley D. Brahmaputra Valley
- The humidity of air temperature depends on
A. Location B. Weather C. Temperature D. All of the above
- The oilseed which is NOT edible
A. Sesamum B. Groundnut C. Sunflower D. Cottonseed
- The ‘Masai’ is a primitive tribe of
A. Nigeria B. Tanzania C. Angola D. Botswana
- Which fruit has its seed outside?
A. Groundnut B. Cashew nut C. Straw berry D. Banana
- Tropical rain forest is characterised?
A. Maximum biodiversity B. Minimum biodiversity
C. Absence of trees D. Least productivity
- Enzymes are oils
A. Oils B. Fatty acids C. Proteins D. Minerals
- From which among the following rulers has the Government of India borrowed and adopted its symbols?
A. Pulakesin B. Kanishka C. Ashoka D. Krishanadevaraya
- The first Atom Bomb was dropped on Hiroshima on
A. August 9, 1946 B. August 6, 1942 C. August 6, 1945 D. August 9, 1945
- 6th century B. C. was an age of
A. Political unrest B. Religious ferment C. Reasoning D. Intellectual awakening
- ‘Indica’ was authored by
A. Arybhatta B. Seleucus C. Kautilya D. Megasthenes
- The salogan of French Revolution was
A. Government of people, by the people and for the people.
B. Liberty, equality and fraternity
C. One nation, one leader and one flag
D. None of the above
- The world’s largest Island is
A. New Zealand B. Sri Lanka C. Greenland D. Madagascar
- Loudness of sound depends on
A. Amplitude B. Pitch C. Frequency D. Wavelength
- What is the full form of ALU?
A. Arithmetic Least Unit B. Arithmetic Local Unit
C. Alternative Logic Unit D. Arithmetic logic Unit
- The popular search engine “Google” derives its name from the word “Googol”. What does the word mean?
A. To crawl B. The numeral followed by hundred zeros
C. To search D. To index
- Carborundum is mother name of
A. Calcium carbide B. Calcium oxide C. Sodium carbide D. Silicon oxide
- Number of atoms present in one mole of a gas at STP is
A. 6.023 x 10-23 B. 6.023 X 10-20 C. 6.02 X 1020 D. 6.023 X 1023
- The vitamin which is very labile and easily destroyed during cooking as well as storage is vitamin
A. B6 B. K C. D D. C
- The largest cells in mammalian blood are
A. Basophils B. Lymphocytes C. Erthrocytes D. Monocytes
- Who proposed Bionomial Nomenclature?
A. Huxley B. Aristotle C. Linnaeus D. John Ray
- Who proposed Five Kingdom Classification?
A. Carolus Linnaeus B. H. F. Copeland C. R.H. Whittaker D. John Ray
- Which of the following have same unit?
A. Work and torque B. Torque and angular momentum
C. Work and power C. Torque and moment of inertia
- In a particular system, the units of length, mass and time are chosen to be 10cm, 10 g and 0.1 s respectively. The unit of force in this system will be equivalent to
A. 10 N B. 100 N C. 0.1 N D. 1 N
- The distances of stars are measured in
A. Cosmic Kilometer B. Light year C. Galactic unit D. Stellar mile
- Which Indian Cricket has written the book, ‘One Day Wonders’?
A. Sunil Gavaskar B. Ravi Shastri C. Kapil Dev D. Sachin Tendulkar
- Which is the holy book of the Sikh religion?
A. Gurmukhi B. Guru Granth Sahib C. Bhagwat Gita D. Banni
- In whose work do we find the character ‘Rusty’?
A. R.K Laxman B. Rabindranath Tagore C. R.K. Narayan D. Ruskin Bond
- Which of the following Trophy is not awarded in Cricket?
A. Ryder Cup B. Ranji Trophy C. Deodhar trophy D. Ashes
- ‘Survival of the fittest’ was coined by
A. Mendel B. Weismann C. Darwin D. Lumarck
- Which of the following forts was not build by Akbar?
A. Lahore Fort B. Allahabad C. Gwalior Fort D. Agra Fort
- Name the Japanese art of miniaturisation of trees
A. Origami B. lkebana C. Bonsai D. Kirigami
- Number of neutrons in an atom of hydrogen is
A. Two B. Three C. One D. Zero
- The heat value of combustion of Gasoline is
A. 39400 kJ/kg B. 47000 kJ/kg C. 12600 kJ/kg D. 14600 kJ/kg
- When the moon completely covers the sun, it is known as
A. the Umbra B. the Penumbra C. the Antumbra D. None of these
- The rhythmic rise and fall of ocean water twice in a day is called
A. Wave B. Water cycle C. Tide D. Ocean current
- Why is the South Pole colder than the North Pole?
A. Strong winds B. Away from the Sun C. High Altitude D. More rainfall
- Which of the following countries have asked India to return the famous ‘Dancing Girl’ statue from Mohenjodaro?
A. China B. Pakistan C. Bangladesh D. Bhutan
- Who invented aeroplane?
A. Hoffman B. Wright Brothers C. Edison D. Stevenson
- Who developed the model of atomic structure?
A. Alfred Nobel B. Faraday C. Bohr and Rutherford D. Volta
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