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Koi notification nhi ane wala h Sarkar hi girne wali h notification kon nikalega. . . . . . MLA khafa h khattar ke

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Koi notification nhi ane wala h Sarkar hi girne wali h notification kon nikalega. ..
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Koi notification nhi ane wala h
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Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-03-05 13:26:13)

Bhaiyon kushamanda waale ko chootiya bolna baandh karo.. there r girls here... request not to use unparliamentary language

Re: panipat wala

Posted by देशी Leonidas, (2017-03-05 11:35:09)

Bhai tuje kya dikkat h khusmanada wale se ?? Tera kya bura kar diya usne ?? Kyu piche lg rha h ?? Koi dhang ki baat ho to share kar yha Na to rehne de...

Re: Frustration kahin aur nikalo aur healthy criticism karo

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-03-05 10:41:22)

Fends Hamara purpose hpsc ko reform Karna/yeah selection Lena (agar civil service aspirant hain toh )/yeah coaching chalana ( agar coaching chala rahe ho to ) hona chahiye na ki kisi x,y,z institute ko badnaam Karna Jo iss blog mein kaafi ho raha h yeah kisi particular individual ko target karna agar kal ko koi cyber cell mein complaint kar dega to lene ke dene pad jayenge phir na keval yeh blog band Karna pad sakta h balki Jo yeanh kisi politics ke karan faltu ke public mudde bana rahe hain unhe kafi problem ho jayegi public platform par kisi ki bhi gaali dena band Karo aur agar phir bhi koi aisa h jisko problem koi problem to jaake direct uss bande say baat Karo aur aur iss public platform ko abuse na Karo baaki phir bhi jisko Jo Karna h kare

Re: Kusmnda

Posted by Panipat wala, (2017-03-05 08:43:38)

Abe kusmandaa waale
Interview wala Haryana student to koi aayega nii
So isme b apne ristedaaro ko bulaa k bithaa lena

Saala Fraud kahi kaaa

Re: IAS INTERVIEW SESSION 2017 “FOR HARYANA STUDENTS ONLY”

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-03-05 08:25:11)

IAS INTERVIEW SESSION 2017 “FOR HARYANA STUDENTS ONLY”
link
http://kushmanda.com/index.php/ias-interview-session-2017-for-haryana-students-only/

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Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-03-04 18:15:16)

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Editor, The Hindustan Times expressing your views on the abject commercializatron
and falling standards of education in India. The length of the letter should be 200
words. 15 Marks
Q.4 Write a letter (in Hindi) in about 200 words to the Environment Minister of your state,
suggesting ways and means to control the problem of Noise and Water Pollution in the
urban areas. The letter should be written from Jagmohan, Secretary, NIRMAL, NGO,
LUCKNOW. 10 Marks
Q.5 Write aparagraph (in about200 words) in English on any one of the following topics:
10 Marks
a) Life in a Big City
b) The Problem of Rising Prices
c) Comrption in Public Places
d) Street Beggars
e) Road Accidents
Q.6 Distinguish the meanings of the following phrases by using them in sentences of your own?
10 Marks
a) run up
run down
b) set up
set in
c) call on
call in
d) turn on
turn down
e) to bring up
to bring about
Q.7 Conect the following sentences: 5 Marks
a) You made him to write that letter.
b) None of the five hundred candidates were selected.
c) He asked me how long would he be waiting.
d) I shall not buy some mangoes.
e) He did not ring us up, nor he wrote to us.
Q.8 Punctuate the following passage: 5 Marks
my sons said he said he a great treasure lies hidden in the fields i am to leave you where is it
hid said the sons i am about to leave you said the dying old farmer but you must yourself dig
for it.
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Re:

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-02-18 22:13:09)

Engtish amd &nnglish fissmY
h'I.&4. 100
A1l questions are comPulsorY
The number of'marks canied by each questiou is inclicnted al the end of the
questior-t
itearly rnention questio' mtnrber a'<1 pa't nun-rber SeJbre atien*tirlg
The parts of .+he ,*" qurution muit be airswerecl togctlrer an.t musl irol be
interposecl between anslvers to other questions
Linit l/oul' answer to tire rvorcl lirnits mentionecl tor each parl' llivide yortr tinle
proportionately for each question
Q. No.1 Make a precis of the following pnssage. Also assign a suititble title to it'
h'{arks: 20
olcl age, it is saicl, clisqualifies us from taking :rir active part in the great scenes oi
business. But in what scenes? Let me ask. If in those which require the strength atrcl vivacity of yotrth' I
readily adinit the charge; but are ther"e no other-none which are particularly appropriated to tire evening
of life, and which being execr-rted by the powe's of the urincl ancl perlbctl;' consistent with a lcss
vigorons st.te of body? Nothing can be more voicl of foundation than to asseil that old ;rge necessarily
disquarifies a ,'rarl for the great affairs of the worrd. As r,velr might it be affinnerl that tlre pilot is totally
useless a'd unengagerl irr the business of the ship, because, while the rest ot'tlre crew ''re
more actively
employed i' their respective clepartme'ts, he sits cluictly at trre helur and tlirecls its *rotir:'' if in the
great scertcs o1'busi'ess an old ulall cannot perfion' a par-' *'hich reqnires tlie lbrce ancl energ;:r cf
vigorous year-s, he can act none the less in a nobler and more important cltaiacter' it is not by exefiic'tls
of corporeal strength anci activity that the momentous affairs of the state are concluctecl; it is by cool
deliberation, by pmclent counsel and by that authoritative influence whichever attends on public esteetnq'alifications
r,vhich are so far from being impaired that they are ustiaily strengtrrened and irnproved by
increase ofyears.
Q. No.2 Read the fotlowing passage carefully and answer in your words the quesfions that follolv:
Marl*s: 20
Man,s grorl,th frorn 6arbarism to civilization supposecl to be the theme of history' But
sometirnes, looki'g at great stretclres of history, it is clifficult to believe that this icieal has nrade nrltch
progress or that ws are very nruch civilizecl or advancecl. There is enough of u'aut of co-operation toclay"
of one country or peopie selfishl-v atlael itrg or oppresshtg al'iotlter, of oue titatr cxploiting another'
Tim,' 'l [Irs
Note: j)
ii)
iii)
vi)
v)
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I'
It is well to remember that in nlany ways, rnan has not made very great progress fiom th,, other animals' It nray be that in certain ways some animals are superior to him still. we look tlowrr upon the insects as almost the lowest of living things. And yet the tiny bees and ants have learnt the lesson of co-operation and of sacrifice for the common good far better than man. If mutual co-operation aud sacrifice or the good society are the test of civilization, we may say that the bees and ants are i* this respect superior to man.
In one of our old Sanskrit books, there is a verse which can be translatecl as fbllows;,, For the farnily, sacrifice the individual, for the community, the family, for the country, rhe cornmunity, and for the soul, the whole lvorld." what the soul is, few of us can know r:r tell, and each one of us can interpret it in a different way. But the lesson this Sanskrit verse teaches us is the same lesson of cc,- operation and sacrifice fbr the larger goocl. We, in Inclia had forgotten the sovereign path to real greatness for many a day so we ha<l fallen. But again we seem to have glimpses of it, and all the country is astir' FIow wonderfil it is to see men and women ancl boys and girls, smilingly going ahead in I'dia,s
cause and not caring about any pain or suffering! well may they smile and be glad, for the joy of serving in a great callse is theirs; and to those who are fortunate, comes the joy of sacrifice also.
l. Point out the thene of the passage in one sentence.
2. In r,.rhat maru1er bees and ants are superior to man? 3. What is the lesson of the Sanskrit Verse for mankind? 4' What is the motivation for men, wornen, boys and girls in India today that keeps them glad and smiling?
Q. No.3 write a' Essay in about 300 words on any one of the tbllowing topics;
Marks:30
A) If Winter conles, Can spring be far behind?
B) Wornan's Emancipation
C) The Probiern of Rising prices
D) Democracy in India
Q. No. 4 Point out lhe worcl which is the most nearly the sarne in meaning.
Marks:5
ENTHUSIASTIC
(A) Vigorous
(D) Monotonous
(B) llumorous
(E) Energetic
(C) Zealous
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ACUMEN
(A) Accuracy (B) Sharpness of mind (C) Bureaucracy
(D) A man with acutp vision (E) Accurate.
usuR_EB
(A) A money lender (B) A useful person (C) A useless woman
(D) A rouge (E) An accused.
MATRIARCH
(A) Patriarch (B) Fratemal (C) Materialist
(D) Monarch (E) A woman, head of the family.
PTIILAILDER.ER
(A) An irnmoral person (B) An amoral person (C) A real martyr
(D) A woman hunter (E) An atheist
Q. No. 5 Rewrite the sentences as directed
.; . Marks:S
(A) The box was opened up (Change the Voice)
(B) Open the door (Add a suitable tag)
(C) She asked me "Why are you always late for dinner" (Change the Narration)
(D) Your action is condemnable (Change the sentence in Negative without changing its sense)
(E) It was too hot to go out (Remove 'oToo")
Q. No.6 Suggest one word substitute for the following:
Marks:5
(A) Too much of official formality.
(B) One who is all powerful.
(C) Custom of maniage with more than one person at a time.
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(D) Allowance to a wife fiom her husband on separation.
(E) Habit of walking in sleep.
Q.No.7 Use the following idioms in sentences of your own so as to bring out their meanings"
Marks:5
A) To puil the wires.
B) To turn tables on.
C) To pay through the nose.
D) To join issue with.
E) To hang fire.
Q.No.B Correct the following sentences.
Marks:10
1. I do not hardly know these boys.
2. We don't require any of the two books.
3. Both Lila as well as Sheela are absenr.
4. Each of us love our country.
5. I cannot avail ofthis offer.
6. Walk carefully that you may not sturnmble.
7. I admitted my brother into an engineering college.
8. She asked you how you did the rvork.
9. No sooner she opened the door that her father came back.
10. We had hardly reached the hill top that it began to rain.
YTN-EB-I2
Engtish amd &nnglish fissmY
h'I.&4. 100
A1l questions are comPulsorY
The number of'marks canied by each questiou is inclicnted al the end of the
questior-t
itearly rnention questio' mtnrber a'<1 pa't nun-rber SeJbre atien*tirlg
The parts of .+he ,*" qurution muit be airswerecl togctlrer an.t musl irol be
interposecl between anslvers to other questions
Linit l/oul' answer to tire rvorcl lirnits mentionecl tor each parl' llivide yortr tinle
proportionately for each question
Q. No.1 Make a precis of the following pnssage. Also assign a suititble title to it'
h'{arks: 20
olcl age, it is saicl, clisqualifies us from taking :rir active part in the great scenes oi
business. But in what scenes? Let me ask. If in those which require the strength atrcl vivacity of yotrth' I
readily adinit the charge; but are ther"e no other-none which are particularly appropriated to tire evening
of life, and which being execr-rted by the powe's of the urincl ancl perlbctl;' consistent with a lcss
vigorons st.te of body? Nothing can be more voicl of foundation than to asseil that old ;rge necessarily
disquarifies a ,'rarl for the great affairs of the worrd. As r,velr might it be affinnerl that tlre pilot is totally
useless a'd unengagerl irr the business of the ship, because, while the rest ot'tlre crew ''re
more actively
employed i' their respective clepartme'ts, he sits cluictly at trre helur and tlirecls its *rotir:'' if in the
great scertcs o1'busi'ess an old ulall cannot perfion' a par-' *'hich reqnires tlie lbrce ancl energ;:r cf
vigorous year-s, he can act none the less in a nobler and more important cltaiacter' it is not by exefiic'tls
of corporeal strength anci activity that the momentous affairs of the state are concluctecl; it is by cool
deliberation, by pmclent counsel and by that authoritative influence whichever attends on public esteetnq'alifications
r,vhich are so far from being impaired that they are ustiaily strengtrrened and irnproved by
increase ofyears.
Q. No.2 Read the fotlowing passage carefully and answer in your words the quesfions that follolv:
Marl*s: 20
Man,s grorl,th frorn 6arbarism to civilization supposecl to be the theme of history' But
sometirnes, looki'g at great stretclres of history, it is clifficult to believe that this icieal has nrade nrltch
progress or that ws are very nruch civilizecl or advancecl. There is enough of u'aut of co-operation toclay"
of one country or peopie selfishl-v atlael itrg or oppresshtg al'iotlter, of oue titatr cxploiting another'
Tim,' 'l [Irs
Note: j)
ii)
iii)
vi)
v)
VTN-88.12
L.r
I'
It is well to remember that in nlany ways, rnan has not made very great progress fiom th,, other animals' It nray be that in certain ways some animals are superior to him still. we look tlowrr upon the insects as almost the lowest of living things. And yet the tiny bees and ants have learnt the lesson of co-operation and of sacrifice for the common good far better than man. If mutual co-operation aud sacrifice or the good society are the test of civilization, we may say that the bees and ants are i* this respect superior to man.
In one of our old Sanskrit books, there is a verse which can be translatecl as fbllows;,, For the farnily, sacrifice the individual, for the community, the family, for the country, rhe cornmunity, and for the soul, the whole lvorld." what the soul is, few of us can know r:r tell, and each one of us can interpret it in a different way. But the lesson this Sanskrit verse teaches us is the same lesson of cc,- operation and sacrifice fbr the larger goocl. We, in Inclia had forgotten the sovereign path to real greatness for many a day so we ha<l fallen. But again we seem to have glimpses of it, and all the country is astir' FIow wonderfil it is to see men and women ancl boys and girls, smilingly going ahead in I'dia,s
cause and not caring about any pain or suffering! well may they smile and be glad, for the joy of serving in a great callse is theirs; and to those who are fortunate, comes the joy of sacrifice also.
l. Point out the thene of the passage in one sentence.
2. In r,.rhat maru1er bees and ants are superior to man? 3. What is the lesson of the Sanskrit Verse for mankind? 4' What is the motivation for men, wornen, boys and girls in India today that keeps them glad and smiling?
Q. No.3 write a' Essay in about 300 words on any one of the tbllowing topics;
Marks:30
A) If Winter conles, Can spring be far behind?
B) Wornan's Emancipation
C) The Probiern of Rising prices
D) Democracy in India
Q. No. 4 Point out lhe worcl which is the most nearly the sarne in meaning.
Marks:5
ENTHUSIASTIC
(A) Vigorous
(D) Monotonous
(B) llumorous
(E) Energetic
(C) Zealous
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ACUMEN
(A) Accuracy (B) Sharpness of mind (C) Bureaucracy
(D) A man with acutp vision (E) Accurate.
usuR_EB
(A) A money lender (B) A useful person (C) A useless woman
(D) A rouge (E) An accused.
MATRIARCH
(A) Patriarch (B) Fratemal (C) Materialist
(D) Monarch (E) A woman, head of the family.
PTIILAILDER.ER
(A) An irnmoral person (B) An amoral person (C) A real martyr
(D) A woman hunter (E) An atheist
Q. No. 5 Rewrite the sentences as directed
.; . Marks:S
(A) The box was opened up (Change the Voice)
(B) Open the door (Add a suitable tag)
(C) She asked me "Why are you always late for dinner" (Change the Narration)
(D) Your action is condemnable (Change the sentence in Negative without changing its sense)
(E) It was too hot to go out (Remove 'oToo")
Q. No.6 Suggest one word substitute for the following:
Marks:5
(A) Too much of official formality.
(B) One who is all powerful.
(C) Custom of maniage with more than one person at a time.
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(D) Allowance to a wife fiom her husband on separation.
(E) Habit of walking in sleep.
Q.No.7 Use the following idioms in sentences of your own so as to bring out their meanings"
Marks:5
A) To puil the wires.
B) To turn tables on.
C) To pay through the nose.
D) To join issue with.
E) To hang fire.
Q.No.B Correct the following sentences.
Marks:10
1. I do not hardly know these boys.
2. We don't require any of the two books.
3. Both Lila as well as Sheela are absenr.
4. Each of us love our country.
5. I cannot avail ofthis offer.
6. Walk carefully that you may not sturnmble.
7. I admitted my brother into an engineering college.
8. She asked you how you did the rvork.
9. No sooner she opened the door that her father came back.
10. We had hardly reached the hill top that it began to rain.
YTN-EB-I2
Engtish amd &nnglish fissmY
h'I.&4. 100
A1l questions are comPulsorY
The number of'marks canied by each questiou is inclicnted al the end of the
questior-t
itearly rnention questio' mtnrber a'<1 pa't nun-rber SeJbre atien*tirlg
The parts of .+he ,*" qurution muit be airswerecl togctlrer an.t musl irol be
interposecl between anslvers to other questions
Linit l/oul' answer to tire rvorcl lirnits mentionecl tor each parl' llivide yortr tinle
proportionately for each question
Q. No.1 Make a precis of the following pnssage. Also assign a suititble title to it'
h'{arks: 20
olcl age, it is saicl, clisqualifies us from taking :rir active part in the great scenes oi
business. But in what scenes? Let me ask. If in those which require the strength atrcl vivacity of yotrth' I
readily adinit the charge; but are ther"e no other-none which are particularly appropriated to tire evening
of life, and which being execr-rted by the powe's of the urincl ancl perlbctl;' consistent with a lcss
vigorons st.te of body? Nothing can be more voicl of foundation than to asseil that old ;rge necessarily
disquarifies a ,'rarl for the great affairs of the worrd. As r,velr might it be affinnerl that tlre pilot is totally
useless a'd unengagerl irr the business of the ship, because, while the rest ot'tlre crew ''re
more actively
employed i' their respective clepartme'ts, he sits cluictly at trre helur and tlirecls its *rotir:'' if in the
great scertcs o1'busi'ess an old ulall cannot perfion' a par-' *'hich reqnires tlie lbrce ancl energ;:r cf
vigorous year-s, he can act none the less in a nobler and more important cltaiacter' it is not by exefiic'tls
of corporeal strength anci activity that the momentous affairs of the state are concluctecl; it is by cool
deliberation, by pmclent counsel and by that authoritative influence whichever attends on public esteetnq'alifications
r,vhich are so far from being impaired that they are ustiaily strengtrrened and irnproved by
increase ofyears.
Q. No.2 Read the fotlowing passage carefully and answer in your words the quesfions that follolv:
Marl*s: 20
Man,s grorl,th frorn 6arbarism to civilization supposecl to be the theme of history' But
sometirnes, looki'g at great stretclres of history, it is clifficult to believe that this icieal has nrade nrltch
progress or that ws are very nruch civilizecl or advancecl. There is enough of u'aut of co-operation toclay"
of one country or peopie selfishl-v atlael itrg or oppresshtg al'iotlter, of oue titatr cxploiting another'
Tim,' 'l [Irs
Note: j)
ii)
iii)
vi)
v)
VTN-88.12
L.r
I'
It is well to remember that in nlany ways, rnan has not made very great progress fiom th,, other animals' It nray be that in certain ways some animals are superior to him still. we look tlowrr upon the insects as almost the lowest of living things. And yet the tiny bees and ants have learnt the lesson of co-operation and of sacrifice for the common good far better than man. If mutual co-operation aud sacrifice or the good society are the test of civilization, we may say that the bees and ants are i* this respect superior to man.
In one of our old Sanskrit books, there is a verse which can be translatecl as fbllows;,, For the farnily, sacrifice the individual, for the community, the family, for the country, rhe cornmunity, and for the soul, the whole lvorld." what the soul is, few of us can know r:r tell, and each one of us can interpret it in a different way. But the lesson this Sanskrit verse teaches us is the same lesson of cc,- operation and sacrifice fbr the larger goocl. We, in Inclia had forgotten the sovereign path to real greatness for many a day so we ha<l fallen. But again we seem to have glimpses of it, and all the country is astir' FIow wonderfil it is to see men and women ancl boys and girls, smilingly going ahead in I'dia,s
cause and not caring about any pain or suffering! well may they smile and be glad, for the joy of serving in a great callse is theirs; and to those who are fortunate, comes the joy of sacrifice also.
l. Point out the thene of the passage in one sentence.
2. In r,.rhat maru1er bees and ants are superior to man? 3. What is the lesson of the Sanskrit Verse for mankind? 4' What is the motivation for men, wornen, boys and girls in India today that keeps them glad and smiling?
Q. No.3 write a' Essay in about 300 words on any one of the tbllowing topics;
Marks:30
A) If Winter conles, Can spring be far behind?
B) Wornan's Emancipation
C) The Probiern of Rising prices
D) Democracy in India
Q. No. 4 Point out lhe worcl which is the most nearly the sarne in meaning.
Marks:5
ENTHUSIASTIC
(A) Vigorous
(D) Monotonous
(B) llumorous
(E) Energetic
(C) Zealous
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ACUMEN
(A) Accuracy (B) Sharpness of mind (C) Bureaucracy
(D) A man with acutp vision (E) Accurate.
usuR_EB
(A) A money lender (B) A useful person (C) A useless woman
(D) A rouge (E) An accused.
MATRIARCH
(A) Patriarch (B) Fratemal (C) Materialist
(D) Monarch (E) A woman, head of the family.
PTIILAILDER.ER
(A) An irnmoral person (B) An amoral person (C) A real martyr
(D) A woman hunter (E) An atheist
Q. No. 5 Rewrite the sentences as directed
.; . Marks:S
(A) The box was opened up (Change the Voice)
(B) Open the door (Add a suitable tag)
(C) She asked me "Why are you always late for dinner" (Change the Narration)
(D) Your action is condemnable (Change the sentence in Negative without changing its sense)
(E) It was too hot to go out (Remove 'oToo")
Q. No.6 Suggest one word substitute for the following:
Marks:5
(A) Too much of official formality.
(B) One who is all powerful.
(C) Custom of maniage with more than one person at a time.
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(D) Allowance to a wife fiom her husband on separation.
(E) Habit of walking in sleep.
Q.No.7 Use the following idioms in sentences of your own so as to bring out their meanings"
Marks:5
A) To puil the wires.
B) To turn tables on.
C) To pay through the nose.
D) To join issue with.
E) To hang fire.
Q.No.B Correct the following sentences.
Marks:10
1. I do not hardly know these boys.
2. We don't require any of the two books.
3. Both Lila as well as Sheela are absenr.
4. Each of us love our country.
5. I cannot avail ofthis offer.
6. Walk carefully that you may not sturnmble.
7. I admitted my brother into an engineering college.
8. She asked you how you did the rvork.
9. No sooner she opened the door that her father came back.
10. We had hardly reached the hill top that it began to rain.
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Re: @jaat araskhan

Posted by Kunfu, (2017-03-04 17:44:42)

Bhai mil jaye aarakshan Tum logo ko...Lekin aisa pehli bar hua hai 1966 se ki HCS mein first time 100% fair selection hua hai....BJP ki government haryana mein thik hai pichli sarkaro ne aisi taisi kar rakhi this recruitment system ki ....ye vacancies nikalne mein Deri kar rahe hain lekin fair selection ki umeed toh hai ....Pehle wali chor sarkaro ki treh toh na hai

Re: jaat deserves reservation: jai jaat jai kisaan

Posted by jai jaat, (2017-03-03 23:23:15)

Jai jaat .. bhaiyon poore dum shum ke saath jaat aarakshan ka samarthan karo... jai kisaan jai jaat

Re:

Posted by K, (2017-03-03 21:53:12)

K

Re: kushmanada

Posted by देशी Leonidas, (2017-03-03 21:35:25)

Unsuccessful ????
Hahaha abi to tyari karne ki umar aayi h bhai... Abi successful ya unsuccessful ki koi bat hi nhi h... Ek dum positively comment kiya Mene par lagta hai aap sirf idhar udhar ki bato me interested ho , mudde ki baat karo...
Aur han mai koi coaching wala nhi hu.. Student hu bas ek

Re: Cheap cricism

Posted by Panipat wala, (2017-03-03 21:16:07)

Kushmndaa wala itnaa suceesful hota to anupmaa k lecture me apne ristedaar bulaaa k naaa bithaane pdte is bechaare ko.
Student seats fill up nii kr paaye to faaltu me apne relatives laa k bithaa diye..
Jo anupma k lecture k bichme hi uth kr chl diye the

Re: mata bless you

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-03-03 21:15:05)

Every coaching gives only guidelines of students and those students do hard work become IAS OR HCS by dint of his hard work so if you are unsuccessful student or if you are unsuccessful coachingwala please do work hard and my good wishes always with you.

Re: academy wale bhai ji

Posted by देशी Leonidas, (2017-03-03 20:59:07)

We all know about kushmanada Mata ji..
Criticism is for the institution not for Mata ji
So stop playing religion card !
Secondly I only commented about the rumours that are prevailing in market about the institution.
I am from Panipat too. You can clear everyone's doubt about the institute here ..
I am up for a healthy discussion..

Re: mata bless you

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-03-03 20:57:52)

you are not Hindu not muslim or not Hindu not a good human being but thanks ,you confess yourself you are a cheap critic because GOD and ALLAH IS ONE and he make man and we make IAS or HCS by dint of our students hard work.you are a unsuccessful man so please spend your time for making your life good or successful my and MATA BLESSINGS always with you.

Re: Cheap cricism

Posted by HPSC reformer, (2017-03-03 20:43:19)

Kusmnda totally failed institute h
Kusmnda totally failed institute h
Kusmnda totally failed institute h
Kusmnda totally failed institute h
Kusmnda totally failed institute h
Kusmnda totally failed institute h
Kusmnda totally failed institute h
Kusmnda totally failed institute h
Kusmnda totally failed institute h
Kusmnda totally failed institute h

Re: Ye kya bakwaas hai

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-03-03 20:12:09)

Very very cheap comment......u know basic problem is this only religion caste gender...and they think they can make hcs or become hcs...shame on u.....kisi layak nhee ho tum.....cheap....criticsm leads to success???.....jindagi jhannd hai fir bhee ghamand hai...go and meet with psychtric doctor..saaala psycho

Re: KUSHMANDA is a name of fourth MATA {NAVRATRI}

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-03-03 19:57:45)

KUSHMANDA is a name of fourth MATA {NAVRATRI} ARE YOU HINDU or muslim??All hindu respect MATA.I KNOW MATA blessing always with every Hindu and the first step is success is criticism so thanks to you .......

Re: Panipat wala

Posted by देशी Leonidas, (2017-03-03 18:47:31)

Ok bro my mistake.. Pardon me!

Re: 55-1=54

Posted by HPSC reformer, (2017-03-03 17:27:42)

HPSC ki hr ek glti ko sudhaarna suru krenge tbhi to sudhregi HPSC
FAAAYDA to last candidate ko b hogaaa
& 1more candidate b enter kr jaayega list me

Any LEGAL advice is MOST WELCOME

Re:

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-03-03 17:21:17)

Us 1 seat ka karoge kya jab use bhi averagw science candidates aapse zyada marks lekar uda le jayenge

Re: 55-1=54

Posted by HPSC reformer, (2017-03-03 17:12:25)

Jb SBC k saare candidates general category me bhej diye to executive ki SBC wali post b to general category ko milni chaaiye naa

Re: 55-1=54

Posted by HPSC reformer, (2017-03-03 17:10:20)

HPSC ne advertise ki thi 55 vacancies
Fill up ki only 54
1 executive ki post jo SBC k liye reserve thi
Wo niii fill up
Jbki SBC k candidates general category me bhej diye

Re: Desi jhutha

Posted by Panipat wala, (2017-03-03 15:49:27)

Dimag tere andar hota

to phle cnfrm krtaaa
ki
XEN coaching b deta h kusmndaa me....

Re: Bhaad mein jaaye kushmanda bhaad mein jaye XEn

Posted by Dharna Singh, (2017-03-03 15:12:07)

Kaam ki baat karo... hpsc ko badlo...be united..

Re: panipat wala

Posted by देशी Leonidas , (2017-03-03 14:50:13)

Yaar tere andar dimag nhi hai kya ??
Thik hai Bhai padatha hoga (muje jo pata tha bata diya)
Yar isme jhota wali kya baat hai.
I m not here to defend anyone
Ye to pata tha ki unke husband bhi kar rahe h tyari.. But I was not aware of the fact that he is also giving lectures there. As simple as that, so now leave this topic.

Re: Desi jhutha

Posted by Panipat wala, (2017-03-03 13:38:59)

In fact anupma k saath uske hsbnd ne bhi us din chota sa lecture diyaa tha
Shayad you tube pe b chepaa ho kusmnda ne

Re: Desi jhutha

Posted by Panipat wala, (2017-03-03 13:33:56)

XEN coaching class ni pdhaa sktaa kyaa

Khud ki tyaari maintain rkhne k liye

Usne kusmndaa coaching class pdhaayi hnn ye baat b 100% shi h

Re: Panipat wala

Posted by देशी Leonidas, (2017-03-03 13:13:00)

Bhai mere Papa ke sath hai anupama ka husband xen ... Anupama ne coaching nhi li kushmanada se ye 100% true hai.. Khusmanada ne paise de kar bulaya hai usko ... Aur mere ko jhoot bolke kuch nhi milna ... Mere konse rishtedar hai Bhai vo...

Re: Desi jhutha

Posted by Panipat wala, (2017-03-03 08:56:39)

Anupma ka husband kusmnda me coaching deta h..
Besak aaj hi jaake puch aa kusmnda panipat...
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Usne to coaching b naaa le rkhi kusmnda se
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Usne to coaching b naaa le rkhi kusmnda se
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Usne to coaching b naaa le rkhi kusmnda se
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Usne to coaching b naaa le rkhi kusmnda se
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Usne to coaching b naaa le rkhi kusmnda se
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Re: @kunfu

Posted by Plm, (2017-03-03 07:47:59)

fYi out of total 600, 200 had combo of pub ad and geog...only one could manage a rank in top 16....other thn him most ppl in top 16 have marks around 150 in eng hindi and gk combined... while people with over 180 could not even qualify mains bcz their optional was raped.

Re: @kunfu

Posted by Dharna Singh, (2017-03-03 07:43:23)

Bhai ya toh aapka science optional hai... ya fir aap bohot badi galat fehmi mein ho. 24 bando ne physics se mains diya tha ... unmein se 5 toh top 16 mein he hain.. aur geog se 350 ne diya mains... 3 top 16 main hai ...aur teeno ka second optional physics....same is with Pub ad.... is baar pub ad aur geog k saath hua... next time may be physics aur sociology ya history k saath ho jaye....aur

Re: Desi jhutha

Posted by Panipat wala, (2017-03-03 04:34:32)

Anupma ka husband kusmnda me coaching deta h..
Besak aaj hi jaake puch aa kusmnda panipat...
Na to anupmaa wahaa kyu aati ..(vaise anupmaa ka lecture sun ne wale saare 25 student b naaa the..)
Usne to coaching b naaa le rkhi kusmnda se
100% authentic info.....

Re: Kunfu

Posted by Kunfu, (2017-03-03 00:17:42)

Shweta Suhag topped with arts subject and one of my friend also with Pub aid and Geography optional got SDM....

Bhai tyari karo...Koi coaching centre kaisa hai that will have its own destiny...Make this forum as productive forum...Vacancies kab nikelngi even Deputy Secretary (Elder brother's friend ) in HPSC doesn't have idea about it...

Probably mostly selected had art subjects...

Re:

Posted by देशी Leonidas, (2017-03-02 22:03:38)

Anupama 's husband is Executive Engineer in HPGCL don't give wrong info...

Re: panipat wala

Posted by Raseela Tau, (2017-03-02 21:26:55)

Achha bhai ab sara majra samajh me aa gya h.to y bat h ki Anupma ji ke husband vha masteri karte h..vah..

Re: uppcs

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-03-02 21:19:36)

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SERVICES EXAMINATION - 2017

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Re: uppcs

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-03-02 21:18:28)

COMBINED STATE / UPPER SUBORDINATE
SERVICES EXAMINATION - 2017

last date 22 march

Re:

Posted by Panipat wala, (2017-03-02 20:29:51)

Anupmaa k husband pdhaate h is kusmanda me
Unkaa khud ka hi clear niii hua
Anupmaa science subjects lene ki wajah se 2nd rank le gyiii
Or kuch khaaas nii h

Kusmnda coaching centre totally bakwaas h
100% authentic info....

Re: sarkari chilam

Posted by vilayti babu, (2017-03-02 19:58:03)

Kiska ghoda per ghasita..kiska ghoda lallan top

Re: lallan top

Posted by vilayti babu, (2017-03-02 19:45:02)

Shabji garam h..chilam me aach nhi h...mahol ban rha h

Re: Dhanye

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-03-02 19:23:02)

New notification in Aug 100% authentic
U believe it or not

Re:

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-03-02 17:47:54)

Bhaiyon ye kushamanda hcs guide by anupma malik kaisi kitaab hai?
Plz enlighten

Re: Sudhar jao saalo

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-03-02 15:41:02)

I also feel that ye saala koi coaching centre waaala maje le rha hai...lol

Re: halla bol

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-03-02 14:09:45)

Friends request you to not use words like chootiyape etc.. there are girls on the forum too.. we dont.need to.behave like illiterate jaahi gawaar hooligans in order to vent out our frustration against kushamanda..

Re:

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-03-02 14:03:26)

Hahahahahaaaaaaaah sahi mein dhanya ho gaye sir itni authentic news.. ye kain wo kushamanda wala toh nahi hai?

Re:

Posted by Dharna Singh, (2017-03-02 13:42:05)

Dhanya ho gaye oynaukri k member ye authentic news sun kar. Is zyada credible news toh aaj tak is blog par nahi aayi.. kya baat hai

Re: New vacancies

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-03-02 11:56:48)

New notification in Aug with 85 posts in total and 15 post of executive
Authentic news

Re: New vacancies

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-03-02 11:55:52)

New notification in Aug with 85 posts in total and 15 post of executive

Re:

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-03-01 23:00:49)

NO VACANCY TILL JAAT RESERVATION IN HARYANA

Re:

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-03-01 19:31:42)

Re:

Posted by Dharna Singh, (2017-03-01 18:20:05)

Write petitions in large numbers.
Dont write anonymous letters.

Aprise them of the fact what non adoption of scaling has led to.

Show your past achievements in your subjects and anomaly in HCS mains marks.

BUT ABOVE IT IS IMPORTANT TO APRISE THE MEMBERS AND CHAIRMAN AND SECRETARY ABOUT THE CURRENT SITUATION. Only 9-10 candidates who moved HC along with DU have done their bit. Untill we all do not join them by way of petitions they will be seen as mere disgruntled failed candidates.

So all plz do your bit.

Show them what other public service commissions are doing.

For eg :
PPSC displays detailed marks of all candidates at each stage of exam.
HPPSC conducts exam every year no matter how less the seats are.
All PSCs have adopted UPSC pattern.
PPSC shows answersheets
All other PSCs adopt scaling (see advts of MPPSC and UPPCS; they have published formulas even)

Re: Kushmanda Academy MURDABAD

Posted by Halla Bol, (2017-03-01 19:24:18)

FRIENDS kushmanda wala kitna CHUTIYAPNE PE aa gya h ..aajkal koi bhi coaching ke liye nahi aa raha h... sala lutera h..aata jata kuchh bhi nahi h..bas dukan chalata h..GUYS PLS BUYCOTT IT..SALE CANDIDATES SE TERI KYA DUSHMANI H..Sale Anupma Malik ko pese dekar laya...koi bhi student nahi aaya

Re: Kushmanda Academy MURDABAD

Posted by Halla Bol, (2017-03-01 19:22:17)

FRIENDS kushmanda wala kitna CHUTIYAPNE PE aa gya h ..aajkal koi bhi coaching ke liye nahi aa raha h... sala lutera h..aata jata kuchh bhi nahi h..bas dukan chalata h..GUYS PLS BUYCOTT IT..SALE CANDIDATES SE TERI KYA DUSHMANI H..Sale Anupma Malik ko pese dekar laya...koi bhi student nahi aaya

Re: Kushmanda Academy MURDABAD

Posted by Halla Bol, (2017-03-01 19:21:07)

FRIENDS kushmanda wala kitna CHUTIYAPNE PE aa gya h ..aajkal koi bhi coaching ke liye nahi aa raha h... sala lutera h..aata jata kuchh bhi nahi h..bas dukan chalata h..GUYS PLS BUYCOTT IT..SALE CANDIDATES SE TERI KYA DUSHMANI H..Sale Anupma Malik ko pese dekar laya...koi bhi student nahi aaya

Re: Kushmanda Academy MURDABAD

Posted by Halla Bol, (2017-03-01 19:19:06)

FRIENDS kushmanda wala kitna CHUTIYAPNE PE aa gya h ..aajkal koi bhi coaching ke liye nahi aa raha h... sala lutera h..aata jata kuchh bhi nahi h..bas dukan chalata h..GUYS PLS BUYCOTT IT..SALE CANDIDATES SE TERI KYA DUSHMANI H..Sale Anupma Malik ko pese dekar laya...koi bhi student nahi aaya

Re: Kushmanda Academy MURDABAD

Posted by Halla Bol, (2017-03-01 19:19:03)

FRIENDS kushmanda wala kitna CHUTIYAPNE PE aa gya h ..aajkal koi bhi coaching ke liye nahi aa raha h... sala lutera h..aata jata kuchh bhi nahi h..bas dukan chalata h..GUYS PLS BUYCOTT IT..SALE CANDIDATES SE TERI KYA DUSHMANI H..Sale Anupma Malik ko pese dekar laya...koi bhi student nahi aaya

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h'{arks: 20
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sometirnes, looki'g at great stretclres of history, it is clifficult to believe that this icieal has nrade nrltch
progress or that ws are very nruch civilizecl or advancecl. There is enough of u'aut of co-operation toclay"
of one country or peopie selfishl-v atlael itrg or oppresshtg al'iotlter, of oue titatr cxploiting another'
Tim,' 'l [Irs
Note: j)
ii)
iii)
vi)
v)
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It is well to remember that in nlany ways, rnan has not made very great progress fiom th,, other animals' It nray be that in certain ways some animals are superior to him still. we look tlowrr upon the insects as almost the lowest of living things. And yet the tiny bees and ants have learnt the lesson of co-operation and of sacrifice for the common good far better than man. If mutual co-operation aud sacrifice or the good society are the test of civilization, we may say that the bees and ants are i* this respect superior to man.
In one of our old Sanskrit books, there is a verse which can be translatecl as fbllows;,, For the farnily, sacrifice the individual, for the community, the family, for the country, rhe cornmunity, and for the soul, the whole lvorld." what the soul is, few of us can know r:r tell, and each one of us can interpret it in a different way. But the lesson this Sanskrit verse teaches us is the same lesson of cc,- operation and sacrifice fbr the larger goocl. We, in Inclia had forgotten the sovereign path to real greatness for many a day so we ha<l fallen. But again we seem to have glimpses of it, and all the country is astir' FIow wonderfil it is to see men and women ancl boys and girls, smilingly going ahead in I'dia,s
cause and not caring about any pain or suffering! well may they smile and be glad, for the joy of serving in a great callse is theirs; and to those who are fortunate, comes the joy of sacrifice also.
l. Point out the thene of the passage in one sentence.
2. In r,.rhat maru1er bees and ants are superior to man? 3. What is the lesson of the Sanskrit Verse for mankind? 4' What is the motivation for men, wornen, boys and girls in India today that keeps them glad and smiling?
Q. No.3 write a' Essay in about 300 words on any one of the tbllowing topics;
Marks:30
A) If Winter conles, Can spring be far behind?
B) Wornan's Emancipation
C) The Probiern of Rising prices
D) Democracy in India
Q. No. 4 Point out lhe worcl which is the most nearly the sarne in meaning.
Marks:5
ENTHUSIASTIC
(A) Vigorous
(D) Monotonous
(B) llumorous
(E) Energetic
(C) Zealous
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ACUMEN
(A) Accuracy (B) Sharpness of mind (C) Bureaucracy
(D) A man with acutp vision (E) Accurate.
usuR_EB
(A) A money lender (B) A useful person (C) A useless woman
(D) A rouge (E) An accused.
MATRIARCH
(A) Patriarch (B) Fratemal (C) Materialist
(D) Monarch (E) A woman, head of the family.
PTIILAILDER.ER
(A) An irnmoral person (B) An amoral person (C) A real martyr
(D) A woman hunter (E) An atheist
Q. No. 5 Rewrite the sentences as directed
.; . Marks:S
(A) The box was opened up (Change the Voice)
(B) Open the door (Add a suitable tag)
(C) She asked me "Why are you always late for dinner" (Change the Narration)
(D) Your action is condemnable (Change the sentence in Negative without changing its sense)
(E) It was too hot to go out (Remove 'oToo")
Q. No.6 Suggest one word substitute for the following:
Marks:5
(A) Too much of official formality.
(B) One who is all powerful.
(C) Custom of maniage with more than one person at a time.
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(D) Allowance to a wife fiom her husband on separation.
(E) Habit of walking in sleep.
Q.No.7 Use the following idioms in sentences of your own so as to bring out their meanings"
Marks:5
A) To puil the wires.
B) To turn tables on.
C) To pay through the nose.
D) To join issue with.
E) To hang fire.
Q.No.B Correct the following sentences.
Marks:10
1. I do not hardly know these boys.
2. We don't require any of the two books.
3. Both Lila as well as Sheela are absenr.
4. Each of us love our country.
5. I cannot avail ofthis offer.
6. Walk carefully that you may not sturnmble.
7. I admitted my brother into an engineering college.
8. She asked you how you did the rvork.
9. No sooner she opened the door that her father came back.
10. We had hardly reached the hill top that it began to rain.
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h'I.&4. 100
A1l questions are comPulsorY
The number of'marks canied by each questiou is inclicnted al the end of the
questior-t
itearly rnention questio' mtnrber a'<1 pa't nun-rber SeJbre atien*tirlg
The parts of .+he ,*" qurution muit be airswerecl togctlrer an.t musl irol be
interposecl between anslvers to other questions
Linit l/oul' answer to tire rvorcl lirnits mentionecl tor each parl' llivide yortr tinle
proportionately for each question
Q. No.1 Make a precis of the following pnssage. Also assign a suititble title to it'
h'{arks: 20
olcl age, it is saicl, clisqualifies us from taking :rir active part in the great scenes oi
business. But in what scenes? Let me ask. If in those which require the strength atrcl vivacity of yotrth' I
readily adinit the charge; but are ther"e no other-none which are particularly appropriated to tire evening
of life, and which being execr-rted by the powe's of the urincl ancl perlbctl;' consistent with a lcss
vigorons st.te of body? Nothing can be more voicl of foundation than to asseil that old ;rge necessarily
disquarifies a ,'rarl for the great affairs of the worrd. As r,velr might it be affinnerl that tlre pilot is totally
useless a'd unengagerl irr the business of the ship, because, while the rest ot'tlre crew ''re
more actively
employed i' their respective clepartme'ts, he sits cluictly at trre helur and tlirecls its *rotir:'' if in the
great scertcs o1'busi'ess an old ulall cannot perfion' a par-' *'hich reqnires tlie lbrce ancl energ;:r cf
vigorous year-s, he can act none the less in a nobler and more important cltaiacter' it is not by exefiic'tls
of corporeal strength anci activity that the momentous affairs of the state are concluctecl; it is by cool
deliberation, by pmclent counsel and by that authoritative influence whichever attends on public esteetnq'alifications
r,vhich are so far from being impaired that they are ustiaily strengtrrened and irnproved by
increase ofyears.
Q. No.2 Read the fotlowing passage carefully and answer in your words the quesfions that follolv:
Marl*s: 20
Man,s grorl,th frorn 6arbarism to civilization supposecl to be the theme of history' But
sometirnes, looki'g at great stretclres of history, it is clifficult to believe that this icieal has nrade nrltch
progress or that ws are very nruch civilizecl or advancecl. There is enough of u'aut of co-operation toclay"
of one country or peopie selfishl-v atlael itrg or oppresshtg al'iotlter, of oue titatr cxploiting another'
Tim,' 'l [Irs
Note: j)
ii)
iii)
vi)
v)
VTN-88.12
L.r
I'
It is well to remember that in nlany ways, rnan has not made very great progress fiom th,, other animals' It nray be that in certain ways some animals are superior to him still. we look tlowrr upon the insects as almost the lowest of living things. And yet the tiny bees and ants have learnt the lesson of co-operation and of sacrifice for the common good far better than man. If mutual co-operation aud sacrifice or the good society are the test of civilization, we may say that the bees and ants are i* this respect superior to man.
In one of our old Sanskrit books, there is a verse which can be translatecl as fbllows;,, For the farnily, sacrifice the individual, for the community, the family, for the country, rhe cornmunity, and for the soul, the whole lvorld." what the soul is, few of us can know r:r tell, and each one of us can interpret it in a different way. But the lesson this Sanskrit verse teaches us is the same lesson of cc,- operation and sacrifice fbr the larger goocl. We, in Inclia had forgotten the sovereign path to real greatness for many a day so we ha<l fallen. But again we seem to have glimpses of it, and all the country is astir' FIow wonderfil it is to see men and women ancl boys and girls, smilingly going ahead in I'dia,s
cause and not caring about any pain or suffering! well may they smile and be glad, for the joy of serving in a great callse is theirs; and to those who are fortunate, comes the joy of sacrifice also.
l. Point out the thene of the passage in one sentence.
2. In r,.rhat maru1er bees and ants are superior to man? 3. What is the lesson of the Sanskrit Verse for mankind? 4' What is the motivation for men, wornen, boys and girls in India today that keeps them glad and smiling?
Q. No.3 write a' Essay in about 300 words on any one of the tbllowing topics;
Marks:30
A) If Winter conles, Can spring be far behind?
B) Wornan's Emancipation
C) The Probiern of Rising prices
D) Democracy in India
Q. No. 4 Point out lhe worcl which is the most nearly the sarne in meaning.
Marks:5
ENTHUSIASTIC
(A) Vigorous
(D) Monotonous
(B) llumorous
(E) Energetic
(C) Zealous
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ACUMEN
(A) Accuracy (B) Sharpness of mind (C) Bureaucracy
(D) A man with acutp vision (E) Accurate.
usuR_EB
(A) A money lender (B) A useful person (C) A useless woman
(D) A rouge (E) An accused.
MATRIARCH
(A) Patriarch (B) Fratemal (C) Materialist
(D) Monarch (E) A woman, head of the family.
PTIILAILDER.ER
(A) An irnmoral person (B) An amoral person (C) A real martyr
(D) A woman hunter (E) An atheist
Q. No. 5 Rewrite the sentences as directed
.; . Marks:S
(A) The box was opened up (Change the Voice)
(B) Open the door (Add a suitable tag)
(C) She asked me "Why are you always late for dinner" (Change the Narration)
(D) Your action is condemnable (Change the sentence in Negative without changing its sense)
(E) It was too hot to go out (Remove 'oToo")
Q. No.6 Suggest one word substitute for the following:
Marks:5
(A) Too much of official formality.
(B) One who is all powerful.
(C) Custom of maniage with more than one person at a time.
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(D) Allowance to a wife fiom her husband on separation.
(E) Habit of walking in sleep.
Q.No.7 Use the following idioms in sentences of your own so as to bring out their meanings"
Marks:5
A) To puil the wires.
B) To turn tables on.
C) To pay through the nose.
D) To join issue with.
E) To hang fire.
Q.No.B Correct the following sentences.
Marks:10
1. I do not hardly know these boys.
2. We don't require any of the two books.
3. Both Lila as well as Sheela are absenr.
4. Each of us love our country.
5. I cannot avail ofthis offer.
6. Walk carefully that you may not sturnmble.
7. I admitted my brother into an engineering college.
8. She asked you how you did the rvork.
9. No sooner she opened the door that her father came back.
10. We had hardly reached the hill top that it began to rain.
YTN-EB-I2
Engtish amd &nnglish fissmY
h'I.&4. 100
A1l questions are comPulsorY
The number of'marks canied by each questiou is inclicnted al the end of the
questior-t
itearly rnention questio' mtnrber a'<1 pa't nun-rber SeJbre atien*tirlg
The parts of .+he ,*" qurution muit be airswerecl togctlrer an.t musl irol be
interposecl between anslvers to other questions
Linit l/oul' answer to tire rvorcl lirnits mentionecl tor each parl' llivide yortr tinle
proportionately for each question
Q. No.1 Make a precis of the following pnssage. Also assign a suititble title to it'
h'{arks: 20
olcl age, it is saicl, clisqualifies us from taking :rir active part in the great scenes oi
business. But in what scenes? Let me ask. If in those which require the strength atrcl vivacity of yotrth' I
readily adinit the charge; but are ther"e no other-none which are particularly appropriated to tire evening
of life, and which being execr-rted by the powe's of the urincl ancl perlbctl;' consistent with a lcss
vigorons st.te of body? Nothing can be more voicl of foundation than to asseil that old ;rge necessarily
disquarifies a ,'rarl for the great affairs of the worrd. As r,velr might it be affinnerl that tlre pilot is totally
useless a'd unengagerl irr the business of the ship, because, while the rest ot'tlre crew ''re
more actively
employed i' their respective clepartme'ts, he sits cluictly at trre helur and tlirecls its *rotir:'' if in the
great scertcs o1'busi'ess an old ulall cannot perfion' a par-' *'hich reqnires tlie lbrce ancl energ;:r cf
vigorous year-s, he can act none the less in a nobler and more important cltaiacter' it is not by exefiic'tls
of corporeal strength anci activity that the momentous affairs of the state are concluctecl; it is by cool
deliberation, by pmclent counsel and by that authoritative influence whichever attends on public esteetnq'alifications
r,vhich are so far from being impaired that they are ustiaily strengtrrened and irnproved by
increase ofyears.
Q. No.2 Read the fotlowing passage carefully and answer in your words the quesfions that follolv:
Marl*s: 20
Man,s grorl,th frorn 6arbarism to civilization supposecl to be the theme of history' But
sometirnes, looki'g at great stretclres of history, it is clifficult to believe that this icieal has nrade nrltch
progress or that ws are very nruch civilizecl or advancecl. There is enough of u'aut of co-operation toclay"
of one country or peopie selfishl-v atlael itrg or oppresshtg al'iotlter, of oue titatr cxploiting another'
Tim,' 'l [Irs
Note: j)
ii)
iii)
vi)
v)
VTN-88.12
L.r
I'
It is well to remember that in nlany ways, rnan has not made very great progress fiom th,, other animals' It nray be that in certain ways some animals are superior to him still. we look tlowrr upon the insects as almost the lowest of living things. And yet the tiny bees and ants have learnt the lesson of co-operation and of sacrifice for the common good far better than man. If mutual co-operation aud sacrifice or the good society are the test of civilization, we may say that the bees and ants are i* this respect superior to man.
In one of our old Sanskrit books, there is a verse which can be translatecl as fbllows;,, For the farnily, sacrifice the individual, for the community, the family, for the country, rhe cornmunity, and for the soul, the whole lvorld." what the soul is, few of us can know r:r tell, and each one of us can interpret it in a different way. But the lesson this Sanskrit verse teaches us is the same lesson of cc,- operation and sacrifice fbr the larger goocl. We, in Inclia had forgotten the sovereign path to real greatness for many a day so we ha<l fallen. But again we seem to have glimpses of it, and all the country is astir' FIow wonderfil it is to see men and women ancl boys and girls, smilingly going ahead in I'dia,s
cause and not caring about any pain or suffering! well may they smile and be glad, for the joy of serving in a great callse is theirs; and to those who are fortunate, comes the joy of sacrifice also.
l. Point out the thene of the passage in one sentence.
2. In r,.rhat maru1er bees and ants are superior to man? 3. What is the lesson of the Sanskrit Verse for mankind? 4' What is the motivation for men, wornen, boys and girls in India today that keeps them glad and smiling?
Q. No.3 write a' Essay in about 300 words on any one of the tbllowing topics;
Marks:30
A) If Winter conles, Can spring be far behind?
B) Wornan's Emancipation
C) The Probiern of Rising prices
D) Democracy in India
Q. No. 4 Point out lhe worcl which is the most nearly the sarne in meaning.
Marks:5
ENTHUSIASTIC
(A) Vigorous
(D) Monotonous
(B) llumorous
(E) Energetic
(C) Zealous
VTN.EB-12
ACUMEN
(A) Accuracy (B) Sharpness of mind (C) Bureaucracy
(D) A man with acutp vision (E) Accurate.
usuR_EB
(A) A money lender (B) A useful person (C) A useless woman
(D) A rouge (E) An accused.
MATRIARCH
(A) Patriarch (B) Fratemal (C) Materialist
(D) Monarch (E) A woman, head of the family.
PTIILAILDER.ER
(A) An irnmoral person (B) An amoral person (C) A real martyr
(D) A woman hunter (E) An atheist
Q. No. 5 Rewrite the sentences as directed
.; . Marks:S
(A) The box was opened up (Change the Voice)
(B) Open the door (Add a suitable tag)
(C) She asked me "Why are you always late for dinner" (Change the Narration)
(D) Your action is condemnable (Change the sentence in Negative without changing its sense)
(E) It was too hot to go out (Remove 'oToo")
Q. No.6 Suggest one word substitute for the following:
Marks:5
(A) Too much of official formality.
(B) One who is all powerful.
(C) Custom of maniage with more than one person at a time.
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(D) Allowance to a wife fiom her husband on separation.
(E) Habit of walking in sleep.
Q.No.7 Use the following idioms in sentences of your own so as to bring out their meanings"
Marks:5
A) To puil the wires.
B) To turn tables on.
C) To pay through the nose.
D) To join issue with.
E) To hang fire.
Q.No.B Correct the following sentences.
Marks:10
1. I do not hardly know these boys.
2. We don't require any of the two books.
3. Both Lila as well as Sheela are absenr.
4. Each of us love our country.
5. I cannot avail ofthis offer.
6. Walk carefully that you may not sturnmble.
7. I admitted my brother into an engineering college.
8. She asked you how you did the rvork.
9. No sooner she opened the door that her father came back.
10. We had hardly reached the hill top that it began to rain.
YTN-EB-I2
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Re: RAJWADA

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-03-01 18:36:17)

HARYANA KE SBHI EXAM HCS(EX BR), NT, HCS(J) etc ye sbhi JAT ANDOLAN KE REASON SE DELAY HO GYE HAIN..

Re:

Posted by Dharna Singh, (2017-03-01 18:20:05)

Write petitions in large numbers.
Dont write anonymous letters.

Aprise them of the fact what non adoption of scaling has led to.

Show your past achievements in your subjects and anomaly in HCS mains marks.

BUT ABOVE IT IS IMPORTANT TO APRISE THE MEMBERS AND CHAIRMAN AND SECRETARY ABOUT THE CURRENT SITUATION. Only 9-10 candidates who moved HC along with DU have done their bit. Untill we all do not join them by way of petitions they will be seen as mere disgruntled failed candidates.

So all plz do your bit.

Show them what other public service commissions are doing.

For eg :
PPSC displays detailed marks of all candidates at each stage of exam.
HPPSC conducts exam every year no matter how less the seats are.
All PSCs have adopted UPSC pattern.
PPSC shows answersheets
All other PSCs adopt scaling (see advts of MPPSC and UPPCS; they have published formulas even)

Re: Fltu items by KUSHMANDA PANITAT

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friends ye sab long posts/garbage koi or nahi balki KUSHMANDA wala hi bhej raha h.aap note karna ki jo bhi candidates iske against likhta h to turant bad ye KABAD bhejne lag jata h..u can check previous posts...PLS BLACKLIST THIS COACHING IN HARYANA...KUSHMANDA FARJI DUKAN

Re: Depression

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Whoever sending these long posts and trying to flood this forum.humble request u to kindly meet with one psychiatric doctor immediately. bhai teri jindagi to jhandd ho gayee hai warna.

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Plz fren yahan faltu items/ info add mat karo.
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Re: lets unite

Posted by देशी Leonidas, (2017-03-01 16:11:59)

Dharna Singh and desi chilam it's time for all of the hpsc aspirants to get United. And do something credible..
I m with u guys .

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Yaar ye kon anpad hai Jo kuch bhi post karta hai wo bhi thok k bhav m

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and falling standards of education in India. The length of the letter should be 200
words. 15 Marks
Q.4 Write a letter (in Hindi) in about 200 words to the Environment Minister of your state,
suggesting ways and means to control the problem of Noise and Water Pollution in the
urban areas. The letter should be written from Jagmohan, Secretary, NIRMAL, NGO,
LUCKNOW. 10 Marks
Q.5 Write aparagraph (in about200 words) in English on any one of the following topics:
10 Marks
a) Life in a Big City
b) The Problem of Rising Prices
c) Comrption in Public Places
d) Street Beggars
e) Road Accidents
Q.6 Distinguish the meanings of the following phrases by using them in sentences of your own?
10 Marks
a) run up
run down
b) set up
set in
c) call on
call in
d) turn on
turn down
e) to bring up
to bring about
Q.7 Conect the following sentences: 5 Marks
a) You made him to write that letter.
b) None of the five hundred candidates were selected.
c) He asked me how long would he be waiting.
d) I shall not buy some mangoes.
e) He did not ring us up, nor he wrote to us.
Q.8 Punctuate the following passage: 5 Marks
my sons said he said he a great treasure lies hidden in the fields i am to leave you where is it
hid said the sons i am about to leave you said the dying old farmer but you must yourself dig
for it.
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Engtish amd &nnglish fissmY
h'I.&4. 100
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The number of'marks canied by each questiou is inclicnted al the end of the
questior-t
itearly rnention questio' mtnrber a'<1 pa't nun-rber SeJbre atien*tirlg
The parts of .+he ,*" qurution muit be airswerecl togctlrer an.t musl irol be
interposecl between anslvers to other questions
Linit l/oul' answer to tire rvorcl lirnits mentionecl tor each parl' llivide yortr tinle
proportionately for each question
Q. No.1 Make a precis of the following pnssage. Also assign a suititble title to it'
h'{arks: 20
olcl age, it is saicl, clisqualifies us from taking :rir active part in the great scenes oi
business. But in what scenes? Let me ask. If in those which require the strength atrcl vivacity of yotrth' I
readily adinit the charge; but are ther"e no other-none which are particularly appropriated to tire evening
of life, and which being execr-rted by the powe's of the urincl ancl perlbctl;' consistent with a lcss
vigorons st.te of body? Nothing can be more voicl of foundation than to asseil that old ;rge necessarily
disquarifies a ,'rarl for the great affairs of the worrd. As r,velr might it be affinnerl that tlre pilot is totally
useless a'd unengagerl irr the business of the ship, because, while the rest ot'tlre crew ''re
more actively
employed i' their respective clepartme'ts, he sits cluictly at trre helur and tlirecls its *rotir:'' if in the
great scertcs o1'busi'ess an old ulall cannot perfion' a par-' *'hich reqnires tlie lbrce ancl energ;:r cf
vigorous year-s, he can act none the less in a nobler and more important cltaiacter' it is not by exefiic'tls
of corporeal strength anci activity that the momentous affairs of the state are concluctecl; it is by cool
deliberation, by pmclent counsel and by that authoritative influence whichever attends on public esteetnq'alifications
r,vhich are so far from being impaired that they are ustiaily strengtrrened and irnproved by
increase ofyears.
Q. No.2 Read the fotlowing passage carefully and answer in your words the quesfions that follolv:
Marl*s: 20
Man,s grorl,th frorn 6arbarism to civilization supposecl to be the theme of history' But
sometirnes, looki'g at great stretclres of history, it is clifficult to believe that this icieal has nrade nrltch
progress or that ws are very nruch civilizecl or advancecl. There is enough of u'aut of co-operation toclay"
of one country or peopie selfishl-v atlael itrg or oppresshtg al'iotlter, of oue titatr cxploiting another'
Tim,' 'l [Irs
Note: j)
ii)
iii)
vi)
v)
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L.r
I'
It is well to remember that in nlany ways, rnan has not made very great progress fiom th,, other animals' It nray be that in certain ways some animals are superior to him still. we look tlowrr upon the insects as almost the lowest of living things. And yet the tiny bees and ants have learnt the lesson of co-operation and of sacrifice for the common good far better than man. If mutual co-operation aud sacrifice or the good society are the test of civilization, we may say that the bees and ants are i* this respect superior to man.
In one of our old Sanskrit books, there is a verse which can be translatecl as fbllows;,, For the farnily, sacrifice the individual, for the community, the family, for the country, rhe cornmunity, and for the soul, the whole lvorld." what the soul is, few of us can know r:r tell, and each one of us can interpret it in a different way. But the lesson this Sanskrit verse teaches us is the same lesson of cc,- operation and sacrifice fbr the larger goocl. We, in Inclia had forgotten the sovereign path to real greatness for many a day so we ha<l fallen. But again we seem to have glimpses of it, and all the country is astir' FIow wonderfil it is to see men and women ancl boys and girls, smilingly going ahead in I'dia,s
cause and not caring about any pain or suffering! well may they smile and be glad, for the joy of serving in a great callse is theirs; and to those who are fortunate, comes the joy of sacrifice also.
l. Point out the thene of the passage in one sentence.
2. In r,.rhat maru1er bees and ants are superior to man? 3. What is the lesson of the Sanskrit Verse for mankind? 4' What is the motivation for men, wornen, boys and girls in India today that keeps them glad and smiling?
Q. No.3 write a' Essay in about 300 words on any one of the tbllowing topics;
Marks:30
A) If Winter conles, Can spring be far behind?
B) Wornan's Emancipation
C) The Probiern of Rising prices
D) Democracy in India
Q. No. 4 Point out lhe worcl which is the most nearly the sarne in meaning.
Marks:5
ENTHUSIASTIC
(A) Vigorous
(D) Monotonous
(B) llumorous
(E) Energetic
(C) Zealous
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ACUMEN
(A) Accuracy (B) Sharpness of mind (C) Bureaucracy
(D) A man with acutp vision (E) Accurate.
usuR_EB
(A) A money lender (B) A useful person (C) A useless woman
(D) A rouge (E) An accused.
MATRIARCH
(A) Patriarch (B) Fratemal (C) Materialist
(D) Monarch (E) A woman, head of the family.
PTIILAILDER.ER
(A) An irnmoral person (B) An amoral person (C) A real martyr
(D) A woman hunter (E) An atheist
Q. No. 5 Rewrite the sentences as directed
.; . Marks:S
(A) The box was opened up (Change the Voice)
(B) Open the door (Add a suitable tag)
(C) She asked me "Why are you always late for dinner" (Change the Narration)
(D) Your action is condemnable (Change the sentence in Negative without changing its sense)
(E) It was too hot to go out (Remove 'oToo")
Q. No.6 Suggest one word substitute for the following:
Marks:5
(A) Too much of official formality.
(B) One who is all powerful.
(C) Custom of maniage with more than one person at a time.
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(D) Allowance to a wife fiom her husband on separation.
(E) Habit of walking in sleep.
Q.No.7 Use the following idioms in sentences of your own so as to bring out their meanings"
Marks:5
A) To puil the wires.
B) To turn tables on.
C) To pay through the nose.
D) To join issue with.
E) To hang fire.
Q.No.B Correct the following sentences.
Marks:10
1. I do not hardly know these boys.
2. We don't require any of the two books.
3. Both Lila as well as Sheela are absenr.
4. Each of us love our country.
5. I cannot avail ofthis offer.
6. Walk carefully that you may not sturnmble.
7. I admitted my brother into an engineering college.
8. She asked you how you did the rvork.
9. No sooner she opened the door that her father came back.
10. We had hardly reached the hill top that it began to rain.
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Engtish amd &nnglish fissmY
h'I.&4. 100
A1l questions are comPulsorY
The number of'marks canied by each questiou is inclicnted al the end of the
questior-t
itearly rnention questio' mtnrber a'<1 pa't nun-rber SeJbre atien*tirlg
The parts of .+he ,*" qurution muit be airswerecl togctlrer an.t musl irol be
interposecl between anslvers to other questions
Linit l/oul' answer to tire rvorcl lirnits mentionecl tor each parl' llivide yortr tinle
proportionately for each question
Q. No.1 Make a precis of the following pnssage. Also assign a suititble title to it'
h'{arks: 20
olcl age, it is saicl, clisqualifies us from taking :rir active part in the great scenes oi
business. But in what scenes? Let me ask. If in those which require the strength atrcl vivacity of yotrth' I
readily adinit the charge; but are ther"e no other-none which are particularly appropriated to tire evening
of life, and which being execr-rted by the powe's of the urincl ancl perlbctl;' consistent with a lcss
vigorons st.te of body? Nothing can be more voicl of foundation than to asseil that old ;rge necessarily
disquarifies a ,'rarl for the great affairs of the worrd. As r,velr might it be affinnerl that tlre pilot is totally
useless a'd unengagerl irr the business of the ship, because, while the rest ot'tlre crew ''re
more actively
employed i' their respective clepartme'ts, he sits cluictly at trre helur and tlirecls its *rotir:'' if in the
great scertcs o1'busi'ess an old ulall cannot perfion' a par-' *'hich reqnires tlie lbrce ancl energ;:r cf
vigorous year-s, he can act none the less in a nobler and more important cltaiacter' it is not by exefiic'tls
of corporeal strength anci activity that the momentous affairs of the state are concluctecl; it is by cool
deliberation, by pmclent counsel and by that authoritative influence whichever attends on public esteetnq'alifications
r,vhich are so far from being impaired that they are ustiaily strengtrrened and irnproved by
increase ofyears.
Q. No.2 Read the fotlowing passage carefully and answer in your words the quesfions that follolv:
Marl*s: 20
Man,s grorl,th frorn 6arbarism to civilization supposecl to be the theme of history' But
sometirnes, looki'g at great stretclres of history, it is clifficult to believe that this icieal has nrade nrltch
progress or that ws are very nruch civilizecl or advancecl. There is enough of u'aut of co-operation toclay"
of one country or peopie selfishl-v atlael itrg or oppresshtg al'iotlter, of oue titatr cxploiting another'
Tim,' 'l [Irs
Note: j)
ii)
iii)
vi)
v)
VTN-88.12
L.r
I'
It is well to remember that in nlany ways, rnan has not made very great progress fiom th,, other animals' It nray be that in certain ways some animals are superior to him still. we look tlowrr upon the insects as almost the lowest of living things. And yet the tiny bees and ants have learnt the lesson of co-operation and of sacrifice for the common good far better than man. If mutual co-operation aud sacrifice or the good society are the test of civilization, we may say that the bees and ants are i* this respect superior to man.
In one of our old Sanskrit books, there is a verse which can be translatecl as fbllows;,, For the farnily, sacrifice the individual, for the community, the family, for the country, rhe cornmunity, and for the soul, the whole lvorld." what the soul is, few of us can know r:r tell, and each one of us can interpret it in a different way. But the lesson this Sanskrit verse teaches us is the same lesson of cc,- operation and sacrifice fbr the larger goocl. We, in Inclia had forgotten the sovereign path to real greatness for many a day so we ha<l fallen. But again we seem to have glimpses of it, and all the country is astir' FIow wonderfil it is to see men and women ancl boys and girls, smilingly going ahead in I'dia,s
cause and not caring about any pain or suffering! well may they smile and be glad, for the joy of serving in a great callse is theirs; and to those who are fortunate, comes the joy of sacrifice also.
l. Point out the thene of the passage in one sentence.
2. In r,.rhat maru1er bees and ants are superior to man? 3. What is the lesson of the Sanskrit Verse for mankind? 4' What is the motivation for men, wornen, boys and girls in India today that keeps them glad and smiling?
Q. No.3 write a' Essay in about 300 words on any one of the tbllowing topics;
Marks:30
A) If Winter conles, Can spring be far behind?
B) Wornan's Emancipation
C) The Probiern of Rising prices
D) Democracy in India
Q. No. 4 Point out lhe worcl which is the most nearly the sarne in meaning.
Marks:5
ENTHUSIASTIC
(A) Vigorous
(D) Monotonous
(B) llumorous
(E) Energetic
(C) Zealous
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ACUMEN
(A) Accuracy (B) Sharpness of mind (C) Bureaucracy
(D) A man with acutp vision (E) Accurate.
usuR_EB
(A) A money lender (B) A useful person (C) A useless woman
(D) A rouge (E) An accused.
MATRIARCH
(A) Patriarch (B) Fratemal (C) Materialist
(D) Monarch (E) A woman, head of the family.
PTIILAILDER.ER
(A) An irnmoral person (B) An amoral person (C) A real martyr
(D) A woman hunter (E) An atheist
Q. No. 5 Rewrite the sentences as directed
.; . Marks:S
(A) The box was opened up (Change the Voice)
(B) Open the door (Add a suitable tag)
(C) She asked me "Why are you always late for dinner" (Change the Narration)
(D) Your action is condemnable (Change the sentence in Negative without changing its sense)
(E) It was too hot to go out (Remove 'oToo")
Q. No.6 Suggest one word substitute for the following:
Marks:5
(A) Too much of official formality.
(B) One who is all powerful.
(C) Custom of maniage with more than one person at a time.
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(D) Allowance to a wife fiom her husband on separation.
(E) Habit of walking in sleep.
Q.No.7 Use the following idioms in sentences of your own so as to bring out their meanings"
Marks:5
A) To puil the wires.
B) To turn tables on.
C) To pay through the nose.
D) To join issue with.
E) To hang fire.
Q.No.B Correct the following sentences.
Marks:10
1. I do not hardly know these boys.
2. We don't require any of the two books.
3. Both Lila as well as Sheela are absenr.
4. Each of us love our country.
5. I cannot avail ofthis offer.
6. Walk carefully that you may not sturnmble.
7. I admitted my brother into an engineering college.
8. She asked you how you did the rvork.
9. No sooner she opened the door that her father came back.
10. We had hardly reached the hill top that it began to rain.
YTN-EB-I2
Engtish amd &nnglish fissmY
h'I.&4. 100
A1l questions are comPulsorY
The number of'marks canied by each questiou is inclicnted al the end of the
questior-t
itearly rnention questio' mtnrber a'<1 pa't nun-rber SeJbre atien*tirlg
The parts of .+he ,*" qurution muit be airswerecl togctlrer an.t musl irol be
interposecl between anslvers to other questions
Linit l/oul' answer to tire rvorcl lirnits mentionecl tor each parl' llivide yortr tinle
proportionately for each question
Q. No.1 Make a precis of the following pnssage. Also assign a suititble title to it'
h'{arks: 20
olcl age, it is saicl, clisqualifies us from taking :rir active part in the great scenes oi
business. But in what scenes? Let me ask. If in those which require the strength atrcl vivacity of yotrth' I
readily adinit the charge; but are ther"e no other-none which are particularly appropriated to tire evening
of life, and which being execr-rted by the powe's of the urincl ancl perlbctl;' consistent with a lcss
vigorons st.te of body? Nothing can be more voicl of foundation than to asseil that old ;rge necessarily
disquarifies a ,'rarl for the great affairs of the worrd. As r,velr might it be affinnerl that tlre pilot is totally
useless a'd unengagerl irr the business of the ship, because, while the rest ot'tlre crew ''re
more actively
employed i' their respective clepartme'ts, he sits cluictly at trre helur and tlirecls its *rotir:'' if in the
great scertcs o1'busi'ess an old ulall cannot perfion' a par-' *'hich reqnires tlie lbrce ancl energ;:r cf
vigorous year-s, he can act none the less in a nobler and more important cltaiacter' it is not by exefiic'tls
of corporeal strength anci activity that the momentous affairs of the state are concluctecl; it is by cool
deliberation, by pmclent counsel and by that authoritative influence whichever attends on public esteetnq'alifications
r,vhich are so far from being impaired that they are ustiaily strengtrrened and irnproved by
increase ofyears.
Q. No.2 Read the fotlowing passage carefully and answer in your words the quesfions that follolv:
Marl*s: 20
Man,s grorl,th frorn 6arbarism to civilization supposecl to be the theme of history' But
sometirnes, looki'g at great stretclres of history, it is clifficult to believe that this icieal has nrade nrltch
progress or that ws are very nruch civilizecl or advancecl. There is enough of u'aut of co-operation toclay"
of one country or peopie selfishl-v atlael itrg or oppresshtg al'iotlter, of oue titatr cxploiting another'
Tim,' 'l [Irs
Note: j)
ii)
iii)
vi)
v)
VTN-88.12
L.r
I'
It is well to remember that in nlany ways, rnan has not made very great progress fiom th,, other animals' It nray be that in certain ways some animals are superior to him still. we look tlowrr upon the insects as almost the lowest of living things. And yet the tiny bees and ants have learnt the lesson of co-operation and of sacrifice for the common good far better than man. If mutual co-operation aud sacrifice or the good society are the test of civilization, we may say that the bees and ants are i* this respect superior to man.
In one of our old Sanskrit books, there is a verse which can be translatecl as fbllows;,, For the farnily, sacrifice the individual, for the community, the family, for the country, rhe cornmunity, and for the soul, the whole lvorld." what the soul is, few of us can know r:r tell, and each one of us can interpret it in a different way. But the lesson this Sanskrit verse teaches us is the same lesson of cc,- operation and sacrifice fbr the larger goocl. We, in Inclia had forgotten the sovereign path to real greatness for many a day so we ha<l fallen. But again we seem to have glimpses of it, and all the country is astir' FIow wonderfil it is to see men and women ancl boys and girls, smilingly going ahead in I'dia,s
cause and not caring about any pain or suffering! well may they smile and be glad, for the joy of serving in a great callse is theirs; and to those who are fortunate, comes the joy of sacrifice also.
l. Point out the thene of the passage in one sentence.
2. In r,.rhat maru1er bees and ants are superior to man? 3. What is the lesson of the Sanskrit Verse for mankind? 4' What is the motivation for men, wornen, boys and girls in India today that keeps them glad and smiling?
Q. No.3 write a' Essay in about 300 words on any one of the tbllowing topics;
Marks:30
A) If Winter conles, Can spring be far behind?
B) Wornan's Emancipation
C) The Probiern of Rising prices
D) Democracy in India
Q. No. 4 Point out lhe worcl which is the most nearly the sarne in meaning.
Marks:5
ENTHUSIASTIC
(A) Vigorous
(D) Monotonous
(B) llumorous
(E) Energetic
(C) Zealous
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ACUMEN
(A) Accuracy (B) Sharpness of mind (C) Bureaucracy
(D) A man with acutp vision (E) Accurate.
usuR_EB
(A) A money lender (B) A useful person (C) A useless woman
(D) A rouge (E) An accused.
MATRIARCH
(A) Patriarch (B) Fratemal (C) Materialist
(D) Monarch (E) A woman, head of the family.
PTIILAILDER.ER
(A) An irnmoral person (B) An amoral person (C) A real martyr
(D) A woman hunter (E) An atheist
Q. No. 5 Rewrite the sentences as directed
.; . Marks:S
(A) The box was opened up (Change the Voice)
(B) Open the door (Add a suitable tag)
(C) She asked me "Why are you always late for dinner" (Change the Narration)
(D) Your action is condemnable (Change the sentence in Negative without changing its sense)
(E) It was too hot to go out (Remove 'oToo")
Q. No.6 Suggest one word substitute for the following:
Marks:5
(A) Too much of official formality.
(B) One who is all powerful.
(C) Custom of maniage with more than one person at a time.
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(D) Allowance to a wife fiom her husband on separation.
(E) Habit of walking in sleep.
Q.No.7 Use the following idioms in sentences of your own so as to bring out their meanings"
Marks:5
A) To puil the wires.
B) To turn tables on.
C) To pay through the nose.
D) To join issue with.
E) To hang fire.
Q.No.B Correct the following sentences.
Marks:10
1. I do not hardly know these boys.
2. We don't require any of the two books.
3. Both Lila as well as Sheela are absenr.
4. Each of us love our country.
5. I cannot avail ofthis offer.
6. Walk carefully that you may not sturnmble.
7. I admitted my brother into an engineering college.
8. She asked you how you did the rvork.
9. No sooner she opened the door that her father came back.
10. We had hardly reached the hill top that it began to rain.
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Re: Write petitions

Posted by Dharna Singh, (2017-03-01 07:46:42)

Time ko badhiya se utilise karo.
Prepare well.
And side by side write petitions to HPSC regarding reforms like :
1. Inter optional Parity (scaling)
2. Inter examiner parity ( moderation)
3. Age reduction
4. Limited attempts
5. UPSC pattern (one optional)
6. Punjab pattern (no optional)
7. Exam on annual basis (like UK, HP, UP etc)
8. CSAT qualifying like PPSC, HPPSC, UPSC etc.
Write letters to Chairman, members and secretary.

Dont just wait for notification. They will hesitate to make any changes after notification is published.

In Haryana dont just rely on your preparation. They can axe u on the basis of optional subject u choose.

Its better to send as many petitions as possible before notification. Baad mein mehnat karke bhi fail hone ka dukh bada bekar hota hai. Like it happened this time. Toppers of optional like geog and pub ad didnt qualify while even average scorers of maths, physics, zoology got good ranks. Aur baad mein petition HPSC nahi HC aur SC bhejni padengi. Aur fayada koi nahi hoga except wastage of time and money.

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Re: Dharna Singh

Posted by Deshi CHILAM, (2017-03-01 10:52:24)

fully agree with u friend.raj him up etc me itni transparency h bcos vha ke candidates aware h.up me uppsc ke chairman ko hi hatva dia tha bolo.raj me har 5/6 mahine me rpsc ke samne protest hote rahte h.vha ke candidates chhut baiya NETA ki chamcha giri nahi karte h hak ke liye larte h..BUT FRIENDS VERY SHAMFUL FOR US I HAVN'T SEEN ANY PROTEST IN HARYANA SO FAR.DUB KE MAR JAO.apne se better to jbt wale hi h..humble request to senior fellows DU,Hcs Baba, Rao etc and all pls form a group like HCS SANGHARSH SAMITI and organise a protest in panchkula and submit gyapn to KHATTAR KAKA.KOI DAY FIX KR LO.us din sabhi log panchkula aao.SABHI DOST FINANCIALLY CONTRIBUTE BHI KARE ..I AM READY...SABHI JAG JAO..AFTER NOTIF KUCH NAHI HOGA..

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Q.3 Write a letter (in English ) from S.P Sharma, 987, Moti Bagh Colony, Bhopal to the
Editor, The Hindustan Times expressing your views on the abject commercializatron
and falling standards of education in India. The length of the letter should be 200
words. 15 Marks
Q.4 Write a letter (in Hindi) in about 200 words to the Environment Minister of your state,
suggesting ways and means to control the problem of Noise and Water Pollution in the
urban areas. The letter should be written from Jagmohan, Secretary, NIRMAL, NGO,
LUCKNOW. 10 Marks
Q.5 Write aparagraph (in about200 words) in English on any one of the following topics:
10 Marks
a) Life in a Big City
b) The Problem of Rising Prices
c) Comrption in Public Places
d) Street Beggars
e) Road Accidents
Q.6 Distinguish the meanings of the following phrases by using them in sentences of your own?
10 Marks
a) run up
run down
b) set up
set in
c) call on
call in
d) turn on
turn down
e) to bring up
to bring about
Q.7 Conect the following sentences: 5 Marks
a) You made him to write that letter.
b) None of the five hundred candidates were selected.
c) He asked me how long would he be waiting.
d) I shall not buy some mangoes.
e) He did not ring us up, nor he wrote to us.
Q.8 Punctuate the following passage: 5 Marks
my sons said he said he a great treasure lies hidden in the fields i am to leave you where is it
hid said the sons i am about to leave you said the dying old farmer but you must yourself dig
for it.
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questior-t
itearly rnention questio' mtnrber a'<1 pa't nun-rber SeJbre atien*tirlg
The parts of .+he ,*" qurution muit be airswerecl togctlrer an.t musl irol be
interposecl between anslvers to other questions
Linit l/oul' answer to tire rvorcl lirnits mentionecl tor each parl' llivide yortr tinle
proportionately for each question
Q. No.1 Make a precis of the following pnssage. Also assign a suititble title to it'
h'{arks: 20
olcl age, it is saicl, clisqualifies us from taking :rir active part in the great scenes oi
business. But in what scenes? Let me ask. If in those which require the strength atrcl vivacity of yotrth' I
readily adinit the charge; but are ther"e no other-none which are particularly appropriated to tire evening
of life, and which being execr-rted by the powe's of the urincl ancl perlbctl;' consistent with a lcss
vigorons st.te of body? Nothing can be more voicl of foundation than to asseil that old ;rge necessarily
disquarifies a ,'rarl for the great affairs of the worrd. As r,velr might it be affinnerl that tlre pilot is totally
useless a'd unengagerl irr the business of the ship, because, while the rest ot'tlre crew ''re
more actively
employed i' their respective clepartme'ts, he sits cluictly at trre helur and tlirecls its *rotir:'' if in the
great scertcs o1'busi'ess an old ulall cannot perfion' a par-' *'hich reqnires tlie lbrce ancl energ;:r cf
vigorous year-s, he can act none the less in a nobler and more important cltaiacter' it is not by exefiic'tls
of corporeal strength anci activity that the momentous affairs of the state are concluctecl; it is by cool
deliberation, by pmclent counsel and by that authoritative influence whichever attends on public esteetnq'alifications
r,vhich are so far from being impaired that they are ustiaily strengtrrened and irnproved by
increase ofyears.
Q. No.2 Read the fotlowing passage carefully and answer in your words the quesfions that follolv:
Marl*s: 20
Man,s grorl,th frorn 6arbarism to civilization supposecl to be the theme of history' But
sometirnes, looki'g at great stretclres of history, it is clifficult to believe that this icieal has nrade nrltch
progress or that ws are very nruch civilizecl or advancecl. There is enough of u'aut of co-operation toclay"
of one country or peopie selfishl-v atlael itrg or oppresshtg al'iotlter, of oue titatr cxploiting another'
Tim,' 'l [Irs
Note: j)
ii)
iii)
vi)
v)
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L.r
I'
It is well to remember that in nlany ways, rnan has not made very great progress fiom th,, other animals' It nray be that in certain ways some animals are superior to him still. we look tlowrr upon the insects as almost the lowest of living things. And yet the tiny bees and ants have learnt the lesson of co-operation and of sacrifice for the common good far better than man. If mutual co-operation aud sacrifice or the good society are the test of civilization, we may say that the bees and ants are i* this respect superior to man.
In one of our old Sanskrit books, there is a verse which can be translatecl as fbllows;,, For the farnily, sacrifice the individual, for the community, the family, for the country, rhe cornmunity, and for the soul, the whole lvorld." what the soul is, few of us can know r:r tell, and each one of us can interpret it in a different way. But the lesson this Sanskrit verse teaches us is the same lesson of cc,- operation and sacrifice fbr the larger goocl. We, in Inclia had forgotten the sovereign path to real greatness for many a day so we ha<l fallen. But again we seem to have glimpses of it, and all the country is astir' FIow wonderfil it is to see men and women ancl boys and girls, smilingly going ahead in I'dia,s
cause and not caring about any pain or suffering! well may they smile and be glad, for the joy of serving in a great callse is theirs; and to those who are fortunate, comes the joy of sacrifice also.
l. Point out the thene of the passage in one sentence.
2. In r,.rhat maru1er bees and ants are superior to man? 3. What is the lesson of the Sanskrit Verse for mankind? 4' What is the motivation for men, wornen, boys and girls in India today that keeps them glad and smiling?
Q. No.3 write a' Essay in about 300 words on any one of the tbllowing topics;
Marks:30
A) If Winter conles, Can spring be far behind?
B) Wornan's Emancipation
C) The Probiern of Rising prices
D) Democracy in India
Q. No. 4 Point out lhe worcl which is the most nearly the sarne in meaning.
Marks:5
ENTHUSIASTIC
(A) Vigorous
(D) Monotonous
(B) llumorous
(E) Energetic
(C) Zealous
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ACUMEN
(A) Accuracy (B) Sharpness of mind (C) Bureaucracy
(D) A man with acutp vision (E) Accurate.
usuR_EB
(A) A money lender (B) A useful person (C) A useless woman
(D) A rouge (E) An accused.
MATRIARCH
(A) Patriarch (B) Fratemal (C) Materialist
(D) Monarch (E) A woman, head of the family.
PTIILAILDER.ER
(A) An irnmoral person (B) An amoral person (C) A real martyr
(D) A woman hunter (E) An atheist
Q. No. 5 Rewrite the sentences as directed
.; . Marks:S
(A) The box was opened up (Change the Voice)
(B) Open the door (Add a suitable tag)
(C) She asked me "Why are you always late for dinner" (Change the Narration)
(D) Your action is condemnable (Change the sentence in Negative without changing its sense)
(E) It was too hot to go out (Remove 'oToo")
Q. No.6 Suggest one word substitute for the following:
Marks:5
(A) Too much of official formality.
(B) One who is all powerful.
(C) Custom of maniage with more than one person at a time.
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(D) Allowance to a wife fiom her husband on separation.
(E) Habit of walking in sleep.
Q.No.7 Use the following idioms in sentences of your own so as to bring out their meanings"
Marks:5
A) To puil the wires.
B) To turn tables on.
C) To pay through the nose.
D) To join issue with.
E) To hang fire.
Q.No.B Correct the following sentences.
Marks:10
1. I do not hardly know these boys.
2. We don't require any of the two books.
3. Both Lila as well as Sheela are absenr.
4. Each of us love our country.
5. I cannot avail ofthis offer.
6. Walk carefully that you may not sturnmble.
7. I admitted my brother into an engineering college.
8. She asked you how you did the rvork.
9. No sooner she opened the door that her father came back.
10. We had hardly reached the hill top that it began to rain.
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Engtish amd &nnglish fissmY
h'I.&4. 100
A1l questions are comPulsorY
The number of'marks canied by each questiou is inclicnted al the end of the
questior-t
itearly rnention questio' mtnrber a'<1 pa't nun-rber SeJbre atien*tirlg
The parts of .+he ,*" qurution muit be airswerecl togctlrer an.t musl irol be
interposecl between anslvers to other questions
Linit l/oul' answer to tire rvorcl lirnits mentionecl tor each parl' llivide yortr tinle
proportionately for each question
Q. No.1 Make a precis of the following pnssage. Also assign a suititble title to it'
h'{arks: 20
olcl age, it is saicl, clisqualifies us from taking :rir active part in the great scenes oi
business. But in what scenes? Let me ask. If in those which require the strength atrcl vivacity of yotrth' I
readily adinit the charge; but are ther"e no other-none which are particularly appropriated to tire evening
of life, and which being execr-rted by the powe's of the urincl ancl perlbctl;' consistent with a lcss
vigorons st.te of body? Nothing can be more voicl of foundation than to asseil that old ;rge necessarily
disquarifies a ,'rarl for the great affairs of the worrd. As r,velr might it be affinnerl that tlre pilot is totally
useless a'd unengagerl irr the business of the ship, because, while the rest ot'tlre crew ''re
more actively
employed i' their respective clepartme'ts, he sits cluictly at trre helur and tlirecls its *rotir:'' if in the
great scertcs o1'busi'ess an old ulall cannot perfion' a par-' *'hich reqnires tlie lbrce ancl energ;:r cf
vigorous year-s, he can act none the less in a nobler and more important cltaiacter' it is not by exefiic'tls
of corporeal strength anci activity that the momentous affairs of the state are concluctecl; it is by cool
deliberation, by pmclent counsel and by that authoritative influence whichever attends on public esteetnq'alifications
r,vhich are so far from being impaired that they are ustiaily strengtrrened and irnproved by
increase ofyears.
Q. No.2 Read the fotlowing passage carefully and answer in your words the quesfions that follolv:
Marl*s: 20
Man,s grorl,th frorn 6arbarism to civilization supposecl to be the theme of history' But
sometirnes, looki'g at great stretclres of history, it is clifficult to believe that this icieal has nrade nrltch
progress or that ws are very nruch civilizecl or advancecl. There is enough of u'aut of co-operation toclay"
of one country or peopie selfishl-v atlael itrg or oppresshtg al'iotlter, of oue titatr cxploiting another'
Tim,' 'l [Irs
Note: j)
ii)
iii)
vi)
v)
VTN-88.12
L.r
I'
It is well to remember that in nlany ways, rnan has not made very great progress fiom th,, other animals' It nray be that in certain ways some animals are superior to him still. we look tlowrr upon the insects as almost the lowest of living things. And yet the tiny bees and ants have learnt the lesson of co-operation and of sacrifice for the common good far better than man. If mutual co-operation aud sacrifice or the good society are the test of civilization, we may say that the bees and ants are i* this respect superior to man.
In one of our old Sanskrit books, there is a verse which can be translatecl as fbllows;,, For the farnily, sacrifice the individual, for the community, the family, for the country, rhe cornmunity, and for the soul, the whole lvorld." what the soul is, few of us can know r:r tell, and each one of us can interpret it in a different way. But the lesson this Sanskrit verse teaches us is the same lesson of cc,- operation and sacrifice fbr the larger goocl. We, in Inclia had forgotten the sovereign path to real greatness for many a day so we ha<l fallen. But again we seem to have glimpses of it, and all the country is astir' FIow wonderfil it is to see men and women ancl boys and girls, smilingly going ahead in I'dia,s
cause and not caring about any pain or suffering! well may they smile and be glad, for the joy of serving in a great callse is theirs; and to those who are fortunate, comes the joy of sacrifice also.
l. Point out the thene of the passage in one sentence.
2. In r,.rhat maru1er bees and ants are superior to man? 3. What is the lesson of the Sanskrit Verse for mankind? 4' What is the motivation for men, wornen, boys and girls in India today that keeps them glad and smiling?
Q. No.3 write a' Essay in about 300 words on any one of the tbllowing topics;
Marks:30
A) If Winter conles, Can spring be far behind?
B) Wornan's Emancipation
C) The Probiern of Rising prices
D) Democracy in India
Q. No. 4 Point out lhe worcl which is the most nearly the sarne in meaning.
Marks:5
ENTHUSIASTIC
(A) Vigorous
(D) Monotonous
(B) llumorous
(E) Energetic
(C) Zealous
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ACUMEN
(A) Accuracy (B) Sharpness of mind (C) Bureaucracy
(D) A man with acutp vision (E) Accurate.
usuR_EB
(A) A money lender (B) A useful person (C) A useless woman
(D) A rouge (E) An accused.
MATRIARCH
(A) Patriarch (B) Fratemal (C) Materialist
(D) Monarch (E) A woman, head of the family.
PTIILAILDER.ER
(A) An irnmoral person (B) An amoral person (C) A real martyr
(D) A woman hunter (E) An atheist
Q. No. 5 Rewrite the sentences as directed
.; . Marks:S
(A) The box was opened up (Change the Voice)
(B) Open the door (Add a suitable tag)
(C) She asked me "Why are you always late for dinner" (Change the Narration)
(D) Your action is condemnable (Change the sentence in Negative without changing its sense)
(E) It was too hot to go out (Remove 'oToo")
Q. No.6 Suggest one word substitute for the following:
Marks:5
(A) Too much of official formality.
(B) One who is all powerful.
(C) Custom of maniage with more than one person at a time.
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(D) Allowance to a wife fiom her husband on separation.
(E) Habit of walking in sleep.
Q.No.7 Use the following idioms in sentences of your own so as to bring out their meanings"
Marks:5
A) To puil the wires.
B) To turn tables on.
C) To pay through the nose.
D) To join issue with.
E) To hang fire.
Q.No.B Correct the following sentences.
Marks:10
1. I do not hardly know these boys.
2. We don't require any of the two books.
3. Both Lila as well as Sheela are absenr.
4. Each of us love our country.
5. I cannot avail ofthis offer.
6. Walk carefully that you may not sturnmble.
7. I admitted my brother into an engineering college.
8. She asked you how you did the rvork.
9. No sooner she opened the door that her father came back.
10. We had hardly reached the hill top that it began to rain.
YTN-EB-I2
Engtish amd &nnglish fissmY
h'I.&4. 100
A1l questions are comPulsorY
The number of'marks canied by each questiou is inclicnted al the end of the
questior-t
itearly rnention questio' mtnrber a'<1 pa't nun-rber SeJbre atien*tirlg
The parts of .+he ,*" qurution muit be airswerecl togctlrer an.t musl irol be
interposecl between anslvers to other questions
Linit l/oul' answer to tire rvorcl lirnits mentionecl tor each parl' llivide yortr tinle
proportionately for each question
Q. No.1 Make a precis of the following pnssage. Also assign a suititble title to it'
h'{arks: 20
olcl age, it is saicl, clisqualifies us from taking :rir active part in the great scenes oi
business. But in what scenes? Let me ask. If in those which require the strength atrcl vivacity of yotrth' I
readily adinit the charge; but are ther"e no other-none which are particularly appropriated to tire evening
of life, and which being execr-rted by the powe's of the urincl ancl perlbctl;' consistent with a lcss
vigorons st.te of body? Nothing can be more voicl of foundation than to asseil that old ;rge necessarily
disquarifies a ,'rarl for the great affairs of the worrd. As r,velr might it be affinnerl that tlre pilot is totally
useless a'd unengagerl irr the business of the ship, because, while the rest ot'tlre crew ''re
more actively
employed i' their respective clepartme'ts, he sits cluictly at trre helur and tlirecls its *rotir:'' if in the
great scertcs o1'busi'ess an old ulall cannot perfion' a par-' *'hich reqnires tlie lbrce ancl energ;:r cf
vigorous year-s, he can act none the less in a nobler and more important cltaiacter' it is not by exefiic'tls
of corporeal strength anci activity that the momentous affairs of the state are concluctecl; it is by cool
deliberation, by pmclent counsel and by that authoritative influence whichever attends on public esteetnq'alifications
r,vhich are so far from being impaired that they are ustiaily strengtrrened and irnproved by
increase ofyears.
Q. No.2 Read the fotlowing passage carefully and answer in your words the quesfions that follolv:
Marl*s: 20
Man,s grorl,th frorn 6arbarism to civilization supposecl to be the theme of history' But
sometirnes, looki'g at great stretclres of history, it is clifficult to believe that this icieal has nrade nrltch
progress or that ws are very nruch civilizecl or advancecl. There is enough of u'aut of co-operation toclay"
of one country or peopie selfishl-v atlael itrg or oppresshtg al'iotlter, of oue titatr cxploiting another'
Tim,' 'l [Irs
Note: j)
ii)
iii)
vi)
v)
VTN-88.12
L.r
I'
It is well to remember that in nlany ways, rnan has not made very great progress fiom th,, other animals' It nray be that in certain ways some animals are superior to him still. we look tlowrr upon the insects as almost the lowest of living things. And yet the tiny bees and ants have learnt the lesson of co-operation and of sacrifice for the common good far better than man. If mutual co-operation aud sacrifice or the good society are the test of civilization, we may say that the bees and ants are i* this respect superior to man.
In one of our old Sanskrit books, there is a verse which can be translatecl as fbllows;,, For the farnily, sacrifice the individual, for the community, the family, for the country, rhe cornmunity, and for the soul, the whole lvorld." what the soul is, few of us can know r:r tell, and each one of us can interpret it in a different way. But the lesson this Sanskrit verse teaches us is the same lesson of cc,- operation and sacrifice fbr the larger goocl. We, in Inclia had forgotten the sovereign path to real greatness for many a day so we ha<l fallen. But again we seem to have glimpses of it, and all the country is astir' FIow wonderfil it is to see men and women ancl boys and girls, smilingly going ahead in I'dia,s
cause and not caring about any pain or suffering! well may they smile and be glad, for the joy of serving in a great callse is theirs; and to those who are fortunate, comes the joy of sacrifice also.
l. Point out the thene of the passage in one sentence.
2. In r,.rhat maru1er bees and ants are superior to man? 3. What is the lesson of the Sanskrit Verse for mankind? 4' What is the motivation for men, wornen, boys and girls in India today that keeps them glad and smiling?
Q. No.3 write a' Essay in about 300 words on any one of the tbllowing topics;
Marks:30
A) If Winter conles, Can spring be far behind?
B) Wornan's Emancipation
C) The Probiern of Rising prices
D) Democracy in India
Q. No. 4 Point out lhe worcl which is the most nearly the sarne in meaning.
Marks:5
ENTHUSIASTIC
(A) Vigorous
(D) Monotonous
(B) llumorous
(E) Energetic
(C) Zealous
VTN.EB-12
ACUMEN
(A) Accuracy (B) Sharpness of mind (C) Bureaucracy
(D) A man with acutp vision (E) Accurate.
usuR_EB
(A) A money lender (B) A useful person (C) A useless woman
(D) A rouge (E) An accused.
MATRIARCH
(A) Patriarch (B) Fratemal (C) Materialist
(D) Monarch (E) A woman, head of the family.
PTIILAILDER.ER
(A) An irnmoral person (B) An amoral person (C) A real martyr
(D) A woman hunter (E) An atheist
Q. No. 5 Rewrite the sentences as directed
.; . Marks:S
(A) The box was opened up (Change the Voice)
(B) Open the door (Add a suitable tag)
(C) She asked me "Why are you always late for dinner" (Change the Narration)
(D) Your action is condemnable (Change the sentence in Negative without changing its sense)
(E) It was too hot to go out (Remove 'oToo")
Q. No.6 Suggest one word substitute for the following:
Marks:5
(A) Too much of official formality.
(B) One who is all powerful.
(C) Custom of maniage with more than one person at a time.
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(D) Allowance to a wife fiom her husband on separation.
(E) Habit of walking in sleep.
Q.No.7 Use the following idioms in sentences of your own so as to bring out their meanings"
Marks:5
A) To puil the wires.
B) To turn tables on.
C) To pay through the nose.
D) To join issue with.
E) To hang fire.
Q.No.B Correct the following sentences.
Marks:10
1. I do not hardly know these boys.
2. We don't require any of the two books.
3. Both Lila as well as Sheela are absenr.
4. Each of us love our country.
5. I cannot avail ofthis offer.
6. Walk carefully that you may not sturnmble.
7. I admitted my brother into an engineering college.
8. She asked you how you did the rvork.
9. No sooner she opened the door that her father came back.
10. We had hardly reached the hill top that it began to rain.
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Re: jaat reservation

Posted by jai jaat, (2017-03-01 14:57:46)

Jai jaat jai kisaan jai haryana
Jaaton ko reservation jaldi se do
Jaat ka haq jaat ko de do
Jaat ke liye kuch naamumkin nahi

Friends.. how many of u support reservation to jaats?

Re: Dharna Singh

Posted by Deshi CHILAM, (2017-03-01 14:52:00)

fully agree with u friend.raj him up etc me itni transparency h bcos vha ke candidates aware h.up me uppsc ke chairman ko hi hatva dia tha bolo.raj me har 5/6 mahine me rpsc ke samne protest hote rahte h.vha ke candidates chhut baiya NETA ki chamcha giri nahi karte h hak ke liye larte h..BUT FRIENDS VERY SHAMFUL FOR US I HAVN'T SEEN ANY PROTEST IN HARYANA SO FAR.DUB KE MAR JAO.apne se better to jbt wale hi h..humble request to senior fellows DU,Hcs Baba, Rao etc and all pls form a group like HCS SANGHARSH SAMITI and organise a protest in panchkula and submit gyapn to KHATTAR KAKA.KOI DAY FIX KR LO.us din sabhi log panchkula aao.SABHI DOST FINANCIALLY CONTRIBUTE BHI KARE ..I AM READY...SABHI JAG JAO..AFTER NOTIF KUCH NAHI HOGA..

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Editor, The Hindustan Times expressing your views on the abject commercializatron
and falling standards of education in India. The length of the letter should be 200
words. 15 Marks
Q.4 Write a letter (in Hindi) in about 200 words to the Environment Minister of your state,
suggesting ways and means to control the problem of Noise and Water Pollution in the
urban areas. The letter should be written from Jagmohan, Secretary, NIRMAL, NGO,
LUCKNOW. 10 Marks
Q.5 Write aparagraph (in about200 words) in English on any one of the following topics:
10 Marks
a) Life in a Big City
b) The Problem of Rising Prices
c) Comrption in Public Places
d) Street Beggars
e) Road Accidents
Q.6 Distinguish the meanings of the following phrases by using them in sentences of your own?
10 Marks
a) run up
run down
b) set up
set in
c) call on
call in
d) turn on
turn down
e) to bring up
to bring about
Q.7 Conect the following sentences: 5 Marks
a) You made him to write that letter.
b) None of the five hundred candidates were selected.
c) He asked me how long would he be waiting.
d) I shall not buy some mangoes.
e) He did not ring us up, nor he wrote to us.
Q.8 Punctuate the following passage: 5 Marks
my sons said he said he a great treasure lies hidden in the fields i am to leave you where is it
hid said the sons i am about to leave you said the dying old farmer but you must yourself dig
for it.
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Linit l/oul' answer to tire rvorcl lirnits mentionecl tor each parl' llivide yortr tinle
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Q. No.1 Make a precis of the following pnssage. Also assign a suititble title to it'
h'{arks: 20
olcl age, it is saicl, clisqualifies us from taking :rir active part in the great scenes oi
business. But in what scenes? Let me ask. If in those which require the strength atrcl vivacity of yotrth' I
readily adinit the charge; but are ther"e no other-none which are particularly appropriated to tire evening
of life, and which being execr-rted by the powe's of the urincl ancl perlbctl;' consistent with a lcss
vigorons st.te of body? Nothing can be more voicl of foundation than to asseil that old ;rge necessarily
disquarifies a ,'rarl for the great affairs of the worrd. As r,velr might it be affinnerl that tlre pilot is totally
useless a'd unengagerl irr the business of the ship, because, while the rest ot'tlre crew ''re
more actively
employed i' their respective clepartme'ts, he sits cluictly at trre helur and tlirecls its *rotir:'' if in the
great scertcs o1'busi'ess an old ulall cannot perfion' a par-' *'hich reqnires tlie lbrce ancl energ;:r cf
vigorous year-s, he can act none the less in a nobler and more important cltaiacter' it is not by exefiic'tls
of corporeal strength anci activity that the momentous affairs of the state are concluctecl; it is by cool
deliberation, by pmclent counsel and by that authoritative influence whichever attends on public esteetnq'alifications
r,vhich are so far from being impaired that they are ustiaily strengtrrened and irnproved by
increase ofyears.
Q. No.2 Read the fotlowing passage carefully and answer in your words the quesfions that follolv:
Marl*s: 20
Man,s grorl,th frorn 6arbarism to civilization supposecl to be the theme of history' But
sometirnes, looki'g at great stretclres of history, it is clifficult to believe that this icieal has nrade nrltch
progress or that ws are very nruch civilizecl or advancecl. There is enough of u'aut of co-operation toclay"
of one country or peopie selfishl-v atlael itrg or oppresshtg al'iotlter, of oue titatr cxploiting another'
Tim,' 'l [Irs
Note: j)
ii)
iii)
vi)
v)
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It is well to remember that in nlany ways, rnan has not made very great progress fiom th,, other animals' It nray be that in certain ways some animals are superior to him still. we look tlowrr upon the insects as almost the lowest of living things. And yet the tiny bees and ants have learnt the lesson of co-operation and of sacrifice for the common good far better than man. If mutual co-operation aud sacrifice or the good society are the test of civilization, we may say that the bees and ants are i* this respect superior to man.
In one of our old Sanskrit books, there is a verse which can be translatecl as fbllows;,, For the farnily, sacrifice the individual, for the community, the family, for the country, rhe cornmunity, and for the soul, the whole lvorld." what the soul is, few of us can know r:r tell, and each one of us can interpret it in a different way. But the lesson this Sanskrit verse teaches us is the same lesson of cc,- operation and sacrifice fbr the larger goocl. We, in Inclia had forgotten the sovereign path to real greatness for many a day so we ha<l fallen. But again we seem to have glimpses of it, and all the country is astir' FIow wonderfil it is to see men and women ancl boys and girls, smilingly going ahead in I'dia,s
cause and not caring about any pain or suffering! well may they smile and be glad, for the joy of serving in a great callse is theirs; and to those who are fortunate, comes the joy of sacrifice also.
l. Point out the thene of the passage in one sentence.
2. In r,.rhat maru1er bees and ants are superior to man? 3. What is the lesson of the Sanskrit Verse for mankind? 4' What is the motivation for men, wornen, boys and girls in India today that keeps them glad and smiling?
Q. No.3 write a' Essay in about 300 words on any one of the tbllowing topics;
Marks:30
A) If Winter conles, Can spring be far behind?
B) Wornan's Emancipation
C) The Probiern of Rising prices
D) Democracy in India
Q. No. 4 Point out lhe worcl which is the most nearly the sarne in meaning.
Marks:5
ENTHUSIASTIC
(A) Vigorous
(D) Monotonous
(B) llumorous
(E) Energetic
(C) Zealous
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ACUMEN
(A) Accuracy (B) Sharpness of mind (C) Bureaucracy
(D) A man with acutp vision (E) Accurate.
usuR_EB
(A) A money lender (B) A useful person (C) A useless woman
(D) A rouge (E) An accused.
MATRIARCH
(A) Patriarch (B) Fratemal (C) Materialist
(D) Monarch (E) A woman, head of the family.
PTIILAILDER.ER
(A) An irnmoral person (B) An amoral person (C) A real martyr
(D) A woman hunter (E) An atheist
Q. No. 5 Rewrite the sentences as directed
.; . Marks:S
(A) The box was opened up (Change the Voice)
(B) Open the door (Add a suitable tag)
(C) She asked me "Why are you always late for dinner" (Change the Narration)
(D) Your action is condemnable (Change the sentence in Negative without changing its sense)
(E) It was too hot to go out (Remove 'oToo")
Q. No.6 Suggest one word substitute for the following:
Marks:5
(A) Too much of official formality.
(B) One who is all powerful.
(C) Custom of maniage with more than one person at a time.
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(D) Allowance to a wife fiom her husband on separation.
(E) Habit of walking in sleep.
Q.No.7 Use the following idioms in sentences of your own so as to bring out their meanings"
Marks:5
A) To puil the wires.
B) To turn tables on.
C) To pay through the nose.
D) To join issue with.
E) To hang fire.
Q.No.B Correct the following sentences.
Marks:10
1. I do not hardly know these boys.
2. We don't require any of the two books.
3. Both Lila as well as Sheela are absenr.
4. Each of us love our country.
5. I cannot avail ofthis offer.
6. Walk carefully that you may not sturnmble.
7. I admitted my brother into an engineering college.
8. She asked you how you did the rvork.
9. No sooner she opened the door that her father came back.
10. We had hardly reached the hill top that it began to rain.
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A1l questions are comPulsorY
The number of'marks canied by each questiou is inclicnted al the end of the
questior-t
itearly rnention questio' mtnrber a'<1 pa't nun-rber SeJbre atien*tirlg
The parts of .+he ,*" qurution muit be airswerecl togctlrer an.t musl irol be
interposecl between anslvers to other questions
Linit l/oul' answer to tire rvorcl lirnits mentionecl tor each parl' llivide yortr tinle
proportionately for each question
Q. No.1 Make a precis of the following pnssage. Also assign a suititble title to it'
h'{arks: 20
olcl age, it is saicl, clisqualifies us from taking :rir active part in the great scenes oi
business. But in what scenes? Let me ask. If in those which require the strength atrcl vivacity of yotrth' I
readily adinit the charge; but are ther"e no other-none which are particularly appropriated to tire evening
of life, and which being execr-rted by the powe's of the urincl ancl perlbctl;' consistent with a lcss
vigorons st.te of body? Nothing can be more voicl of foundation than to asseil that old ;rge necessarily
disquarifies a ,'rarl for the great affairs of the worrd. As r,velr might it be affinnerl that tlre pilot is totally
useless a'd unengagerl irr the business of the ship, because, while the rest ot'tlre crew ''re
more actively
employed i' their respective clepartme'ts, he sits cluictly at trre helur and tlirecls its *rotir:'' if in the
great scertcs o1'busi'ess an old ulall cannot perfion' a par-' *'hich reqnires tlie lbrce ancl energ;:r cf
vigorous year-s, he can act none the less in a nobler and more important cltaiacter' it is not by exefiic'tls
of corporeal strength anci activity that the momentous affairs of the state are concluctecl; it is by cool
deliberation, by pmclent counsel and by that authoritative influence whichever attends on public esteetnq'alifications
r,vhich are so far from being impaired that they are ustiaily strengtrrened and irnproved by
increase ofyears.
Q. No.2 Read the fotlowing passage carefully and answer in your words the quesfions that follolv:
Marl*s: 20
Man,s grorl,th frorn 6arbarism to civilization supposecl to be the theme of history' But
sometirnes, looki'g at great stretclres of history, it is clifficult to believe that this icieal has nrade nrltch
progress or that ws are very nruch civilizecl or advancecl. There is enough of u'aut of co-operation toclay"
of one country or peopie selfishl-v atlael itrg or oppresshtg al'iotlter, of oue titatr cxploiting another'
Tim,' 'l [Irs
Note: j)
ii)
iii)
vi)
v)
VTN-88.12
L.r
I'
It is well to remember that in nlany ways, rnan has not made very great progress fiom th,, other animals' It nray be that in certain ways some animals are superior to him still. we look tlowrr upon the insects as almost the lowest of living things. And yet the tiny bees and ants have learnt the lesson of co-operation and of sacrifice for the common good far better than man. If mutual co-operation aud sacrifice or the good society are the test of civilization, we may say that the bees and ants are i* this respect superior to man.
In one of our old Sanskrit books, there is a verse which can be translatecl as fbllows;,, For the farnily, sacrifice the individual, for the community, the family, for the country, rhe cornmunity, and for the soul, the whole lvorld." what the soul is, few of us can know r:r tell, and each one of us can interpret it in a different way. But the lesson this Sanskrit verse teaches us is the same lesson of cc,- operation and sacrifice fbr the larger goocl. We, in Inclia had forgotten the sovereign path to real greatness for many a day so we ha<l fallen. But again we seem to have glimpses of it, and all the country is astir' FIow wonderfil it is to see men and women ancl boys and girls, smilingly going ahead in I'dia,s
cause and not caring about any pain or suffering! well may they smile and be glad, for the joy of serving in a great callse is theirs; and to those who are fortunate, comes the joy of sacrifice also.
l. Point out the thene of the passage in one sentence.
2. In r,.rhat maru1er bees and ants are superior to man? 3. What is the lesson of the Sanskrit Verse for mankind? 4' What is the motivation for men, wornen, boys and girls in India today that keeps them glad and smiling?
Q. No.3 write a' Essay in about 300 words on any one of the tbllowing topics;
Marks:30
A) If Winter conles, Can spring be far behind?
B) Wornan's Emancipation
C) The Probiern of Rising prices
D) Democracy in India
Q. No. 4 Point out lhe worcl which is the most nearly the sarne in meaning.
Marks:5
ENTHUSIASTIC
(A) Vigorous
(D) Monotonous
(B) llumorous
(E) Energetic
(C) Zealous
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ACUMEN
(A) Accuracy (B) Sharpness of mind (C) Bureaucracy
(D) A man with acutp vision (E) Accurate.
usuR_EB
(A) A money lender (B) A useful person (C) A useless woman
(D) A rouge (E) An accused.
MATRIARCH
(A) Patriarch (B) Fratemal (C) Materialist
(D) Monarch (E) A woman, head of the family.
PTIILAILDER.ER
(A) An irnmoral person (B) An amoral person (C) A real martyr
(D) A woman hunter (E) An atheist
Q. No. 5 Rewrite the sentences as directed
.; . Marks:S
(A) The box was opened up (Change the Voice)
(B) Open the door (Add a suitable tag)
(C) She asked me "Why are you always late for dinner" (Change the Narration)
(D) Your action is condemnable (Change the sentence in Negative without changing its sense)
(E) It was too hot to go out (Remove 'oToo")
Q. No.6 Suggest one word substitute for the following:
Marks:5
(A) Too much of official formality.
(B) One who is all powerful.
(C) Custom of maniage with more than one person at a time.
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(D) Allowance to a wife fiom her husband on separation.
(E) Habit of walking in sleep.
Q.No.7 Use the following idioms in sentences of your own so as to bring out their meanings"
Marks:5
A) To puil the wires.
B) To turn tables on.
C) To pay through the nose.
D) To join issue with.
E) To hang fire.
Q.No.B Correct the following sentences.
Marks:10
1. I do not hardly know these boys.
2. We don't require any of the two books.
3. Both Lila as well as Sheela are absenr.
4. Each of us love our country.
5. I cannot avail ofthis offer.
6. Walk carefully that you may not sturnmble.
7. I admitted my brother into an engineering college.
8. She asked you how you did the rvork.
9. No sooner she opened the door that her father came back.
10. We had hardly reached the hill top that it began to rain.
YTN-EB-I2
Engtish amd &nnglish fissmY
h'I.&4. 100
A1l questions are comPulsorY
The number of'marks canied by each questiou is inclicnted al the end of the
questior-t
itearly rnention questio' mtnrber a'<1 pa't nun-rber SeJbre atien*tirlg
The parts of .+he ,*" qurution muit be airswerecl togctlrer an.t musl irol be
interposecl between anslvers to other questions
Linit l/oul' answer to tire rvorcl lirnits mentionecl tor each parl' llivide yortr tinle
proportionately for each question
Q. No.1 Make a precis of the following pnssage. Also assign a suititble title to it'
h'{arks: 20
olcl age, it is saicl, clisqualifies us from taking :rir active part in the great scenes oi
business. But in what scenes? Let me ask. If in those which require the strength atrcl vivacity of yotrth' I
readily adinit the charge; but are ther"e no other-none which are particularly appropriated to tire evening
of life, and which being execr-rted by the powe's of the urincl ancl perlbctl;' consistent with a lcss
vigorons st.te of body? Nothing can be more voicl of foundation than to asseil that old ;rge necessarily
disquarifies a ,'rarl for the great affairs of the worrd. As r,velr might it be affinnerl that tlre pilot is totally
useless a'd unengagerl irr the business of the ship, because, while the rest ot'tlre crew ''re
more actively
employed i' their respective clepartme'ts, he sits cluictly at trre helur and tlirecls its *rotir:'' if in the
great scertcs o1'busi'ess an old ulall cannot perfion' a par-' *'hich reqnires tlie lbrce ancl energ;:r cf
vigorous year-s, he can act none the less in a nobler and more important cltaiacter' it is not by exefiic'tls
of corporeal strength anci activity that the momentous affairs of the state are concluctecl; it is by cool
deliberation, by pmclent counsel and by that authoritative influence whichever attends on public esteetnq'alifications
r,vhich are so far from being impaired that they are ustiaily strengtrrened and irnproved by
increase ofyears.
Q. No.2 Read the fotlowing passage carefully and answer in your words the quesfions that follolv:
Marl*s: 20
Man,s grorl,th frorn 6arbarism to civilization supposecl to be the theme of history' But
sometirnes, looki'g at great stretclres of history, it is clifficult to believe that this icieal has nrade nrltch
progress or that ws are very nruch civilizecl or advancecl. There is enough of u'aut of co-operation toclay"
of one country or peopie selfishl-v atlael itrg or oppresshtg al'iotlter, of oue titatr cxploiting another'
Tim,' 'l [Irs
Note: j)
ii)
iii)
vi)
v)
VTN-88.12
L.r
I'
It is well to remember that in nlany ways, rnan has not made very great progress fiom th,, other animals' It nray be that in certain ways some animals are superior to him still. we look tlowrr upon the insects as almost the lowest of living things. And yet the tiny bees and ants have learnt the lesson of co-operation and of sacrifice for the common good far better than man. If mutual co-operation aud sacrifice or the good society are the test of civilization, we may say that the bees and ants are i* this respect superior to man.
In one of our old Sanskrit books, there is a verse which can be translatecl as fbllows;,, For the farnily, sacrifice the individual, for the community, the family, for the country, rhe cornmunity, and for the soul, the whole lvorld." what the soul is, few of us can know r:r tell, and each one of us can interpret it in a different way. But the lesson this Sanskrit verse teaches us is the same lesson of cc,- operation and sacrifice fbr the larger goocl. We, in Inclia had forgotten the sovereign path to real greatness for many a day so we ha<l fallen. But again we seem to have glimpses of it, and all the country is astir' FIow wonderfil it is to see men and women ancl boys and girls, smilingly going ahead in I'dia,s
cause and not caring about any pain or suffering! well may they smile and be glad, for the joy of serving in a great callse is theirs; and to those who are fortunate, comes the joy of sacrifice also.
l. Point out the thene of the passage in one sentence.
2. In r,.rhat maru1er bees and ants are superior to man? 3. What is the lesson of the Sanskrit Verse for mankind? 4' What is the motivation for men, wornen, boys and girls in India today that keeps them glad and smiling?
Q. No.3 write a' Essay in about 300 words on any one of the tbllowing topics;
Marks:30
A) If Winter conles, Can spring be far behind?
B) Wornan's Emancipation
C) The Probiern of Rising prices
D) Democracy in India
Q. No. 4 Point out lhe worcl which is the most nearly the sarne in meaning.
Marks:5
ENTHUSIASTIC
(A) Vigorous
(D) Monotonous
(B) llumorous
(E) Energetic
(C) Zealous
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ACUMEN
(A) Accuracy (B) Sharpness of mind (C) Bureaucracy
(D) A man with acutp vision (E) Accurate.
usuR_EB
(A) A money lender (B) A useful person (C) A useless woman
(D) A rouge (E) An accused.
MATRIARCH
(A) Patriarch (B) Fratemal (C) Materialist
(D) Monarch (E) A woman, head of the family.
PTIILAILDER.ER
(A) An irnmoral person (B) An amoral person (C) A real martyr
(D) A woman hunter (E) An atheist
Q. No. 5 Rewrite the sentences as directed
.; . Marks:S
(A) The box was opened up (Change the Voice)
(B) Open the door (Add a suitable tag)
(C) She asked me "Why are you always late for dinner" (Change the Narration)
(D) Your action is condemnable (Change the sentence in Negative without changing its sense)
(E) It was too hot to go out (Remove 'oToo")
Q. No.6 Suggest one word substitute for the following:
Marks:5
(A) Too much of official formality.
(B) One who is all powerful.
(C) Custom of maniage with more than one person at a time.
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(D) Allowance to a wife fiom her husband on separation.
(E) Habit of walking in sleep.
Q.No.7 Use the following idioms in sentences of your own so as to bring out their meanings"
Marks:5
A) To puil the wires.
B) To turn tables on.
C) To pay through the nose.
D) To join issue with.
E) To hang fire.
Q.No.B Correct the following sentences.
Marks:10
1. I do not hardly know these boys.
2. We don't require any of the two books.
3. Both Lila as well as Sheela are absenr.
4. Each of us love our country.
5. I cannot avail ofthis offer.
6. Walk carefully that you may not sturnmble.
7. I admitted my brother into an engineering college.
8. She asked you how you did the rvork.
9. No sooner she opened the door that her father came back.
10. We had hardly reached the hill top that it began to rain.
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Q.3 Write a letter (in English ) from S.P Sharma, 987, Moti Bagh Colony, Bhopal to the
Editor, The Hindustan Times expressing your views on the abject commercializatron
and falling standards of education in India. The length of the letter should be 200
words. 15 Marks
Q.4 Write a letter (in Hindi) in about 200 words to the Environment Minister of your state,
suggesting ways and means to control the problem of Noise and Water Pollution in the
urban areas. The letter should be written from Jagmohan, Secretary, NIRMAL, NGO,
LUCKNOW. 10 Marks
Q.5 Write aparagraph (in about200 words) in English on any one of the following topics:
10 Marks
a) Life in a Big City
b) The Problem of Rising Prices
c) Comrption in Public Places
d) Street Beggars
e) Road Accidents
Q.6 Distinguish the meanings of the following phrases by using them in sentences of your own?
10 Marks
a) run up
run down
b) set up
set in
c) call on
call in
d) turn on
turn down
e) to bring up
to bring about
Q.7 Conect the following sentences: 5 Marks
a) You made him to write that letter.
b) None of the five hundred candidates were selected.
c) He asked me how long would he be waiting.
d) I shall not buy some mangoes.
e) He did not ring us up, nor he wrote to us.
Q.8 Punctuate the following passage: 5 Marks
my sons said he said he a great treasure lies hidden in the fields i am to leave you where is it
hid said the sons i am about to leave you said the dying old farmer but you must yourself dig
for it.
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Engtish amd &nnglish fissmY
h'I.&4. 100
A1l questions are comPulsorY
The number of'marks canied by each questiou is inclicnted al the end of the
questior-t
itearly rnention questio' mtnrber a'<1 pa't nun-rber SeJbre atien*tirlg
The parts of .+he ,*" qurution muit be airswerecl togctlrer an.t musl irol be
interposecl between anslvers to other questions
Linit l/oul' answer to tire rvorcl lirnits mentionecl tor each parl' llivide yortr tinle
proportionately for each question
Q. No.1 Make a precis of the following pnssage. Also assign a suititble title to it'
h'{arks: 20
olcl age, it is saicl, clisqualifies us from taking :rir active part in the great scenes oi
business. But in what scenes? Let me ask. If in those which require the strength atrcl vivacity of yotrth' I
readily adinit the charge; but are ther"e no other-none which are particularly appropriated to tire evening
of life, and which being execr-rted by the powe's of the urincl ancl perlbctl;' consistent with a lcss
vigorons st.te of body? Nothing can be more voicl of foundation than to asseil that old ;rge necessarily
disquarifies a ,'rarl for the great affairs of the worrd. As r,velr might it be affinnerl that tlre pilot is totally
useless a'd unengagerl irr the business of the ship, because, while the rest ot'tlre crew ''re
more actively
employed i' their respective clepartme'ts, he sits cluictly at trre helur and tlirecls its *rotir:'' if in the
great scertcs o1'busi'ess an old ulall cannot perfion' a par-' *'hich reqnires tlie lbrce ancl energ;:r cf
vigorous year-s, he can act none the less in a nobler and more important cltaiacter' it is not by exefiic'tls
of corporeal strength anci activity that the momentous affairs of the state are concluctecl; it is by cool
deliberation, by pmclent counsel and by that authoritative influence whichever attends on public esteetnq'alifications
r,vhich are so far from being impaired that they are ustiaily strengtrrened and irnproved by
increase ofyears.
Q. No.2 Read the fotlowing passage carefully and answer in your words the quesfions that follolv:
Marl*s: 20
Man,s grorl,th frorn 6arbarism to civilization supposecl to be the theme of history' But
sometirnes, looki'g at great stretclres of history, it is clifficult to believe that this icieal has nrade nrltch
progress or that ws are very nruch civilizecl or advancecl. There is enough of u'aut of co-operation toclay"
of one country or peopie selfishl-v atlael itrg or oppresshtg al'iotlter, of oue titatr cxploiting another'
Tim,' 'l [Irs
Note: j)
ii)
iii)
vi)
v)
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I'
It is well to remember that in nlany ways, rnan has not made very great progress fiom th,, other animals' It nray be that in certain ways some animals are superior to him still. we look tlowrr upon the insects as almost the lowest of living things. And yet the tiny bees and ants have learnt the lesson of co-operation and of sacrifice for the common good far better than man. If mutual co-operation aud sacrifice or the good society are the test of civilization, we may say that the bees and ants are i* this respect superior to man.
In one of our old Sanskrit books, there is a verse which can be translatecl as fbllows;,, For the farnily, sacrifice the individual, for the community, the family, for the country, rhe cornmunity, and for the soul, the whole lvorld." what the soul is, few of us can know r:r tell, and each one of us can interpret it in a different way. But the lesson this Sanskrit verse teaches us is the same lesson of cc,- operation and sacrifice fbr the larger goocl. We, in Inclia had forgotten the sovereign path to real greatness for many a day so we ha<l fallen. But again we seem to have glimpses of it, and all the country is astir' FIow wonderfil it is to see men and women ancl boys and girls, smilingly going ahead in I'dia,s
cause and not caring about any pain or suffering! well may they smile and be glad, for the joy of serving in a great callse is theirs; and to those who are fortunate, comes the joy of sacrifice also.
l. Point out the thene of the passage in one sentence.
2. In r,.rhat maru1er bees and ants are superior to man? 3. What is the lesson of the Sanskrit Verse for mankind? 4' What is the motivation for men, wornen, boys and girls in India today that keeps them glad and smiling?
Q. No.3 write a' Essay in about 300 words on any one of the tbllowing topics;
Marks:30
A) If Winter conles, Can spring be far behind?
B) Wornan's Emancipation
C) The Probiern of Rising prices
D) Democracy in India
Q. No. 4 Point out lhe worcl which is the most nearly the sarne in meaning.
Marks:5
ENTHUSIASTIC
(A) Vigorous
(D) Monotonous
(B) llumorous
(E) Energetic
(C) Zealous
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ACUMEN
(A) Accuracy (B) Sharpness of mind (C) Bureaucracy
(D) A man with acutp vision (E) Accurate.
usuR_EB
(A) A money lender (B) A useful person (C) A useless woman
(D) A rouge (E) An accused.
MATRIARCH
(A) Patriarch (B) Fratemal (C) Materialist
(D) Monarch (E) A woman, head of the family.
PTIILAILDER.ER
(A) An irnmoral person (B) An amoral person (C) A real martyr
(D) A woman hunter (E) An atheist
Q. No. 5 Rewrite the sentences as directed
.; . Marks:S
(A) The box was opened up (Change the Voice)
(B) Open the door (Add a suitable tag)
(C) She asked me "Why are you always late for dinner" (Change the Narration)
(D) Your action is condemnable (Change the sentence in Negative without changing its sense)
(E) It was too hot to go out (Remove 'oToo")
Q. No.6 Suggest one word substitute for the following:
Marks:5
(A) Too much of official formality.
(B) One who is all powerful.
(C) Custom of maniage with more than one person at a time.
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(D) Allowance to a wife fiom her husband on separation.
(E) Habit of walking in sleep.
Q.No.7 Use the following idioms in sentences of your own so as to bring out their meanings"
Marks:5
A) To puil the wires.
B) To turn tables on.
C) To pay through the nose.
D) To join issue with.
E) To hang fire.
Q.No.B Correct the following sentences.
Marks:10
1. I do not hardly know these boys.
2. We don't require any of the two books.
3. Both Lila as well as Sheela are absenr.
4. Each of us love our country.
5. I cannot avail ofthis offer.
6. Walk carefully that you may not sturnmble.
7. I admitted my brother into an engineering college.
8. She asked you how you did the rvork.
9. No sooner she opened the door that her father came back.
10. We had hardly reached the hill top that it began to rain.
YTN-EB-I2
Engtish amd &nnglish fissmY
h'I.&4. 100
A1l questions are comPulsorY
The number of'marks canied by each questiou is inclicnted al the end of the
questior-t
itearly rnention questio' mtnrber a'<1 pa't nun-rber SeJbre atien*tirlg
The parts of .+he ,*" qurution muit be airswerecl togctlrer an.t musl irol be
interposecl between anslvers to other questions
Linit l/oul' answer to tire rvorcl lirnits mentionecl tor each parl' llivide yortr tinle
proportionately for each question
Q. No.1 Make a precis of the following pnssage. Also assign a suititble title to it'
h'{arks: 20
olcl age, it is saicl, clisqualifies us from taking :rir active part in the great scenes oi
business. But in what scenes? Let me ask. If in those which require the strength atrcl vivacity of yotrth' I
readily adinit the charge; but are ther"e no other-none which are particularly appropriated to tire evening
of life, and which being execr-rted by the powe's of the urincl ancl perlbctl;' consistent with a lcss
vigorons st.te of body? Nothing can be more voicl of foundation than to asseil that old ;rge necessarily
disquarifies a ,'rarl for the great affairs of the worrd. As r,velr might it be affinnerl that tlre pilot is totally
useless a'd unengagerl irr the business of the ship, because, while the rest ot'tlre crew ''re
more actively
employed i' their respective clepartme'ts, he sits cluictly at trre helur and tlirecls its *rotir:'' if in the
great scertcs o1'busi'ess an old ulall cannot perfion' a par-' *'hich reqnires tlie lbrce ancl energ;:r cf
vigorous year-s, he can act none the less in a nobler and more important cltaiacter' it is not by exefiic'tls
of corporeal strength anci activity that the momentous affairs of the state are concluctecl; it is by cool
deliberation, by pmclent counsel and by that authoritative influence whichever attends on public esteetnq'alifications
r,vhich are so far from being impaired that they are ustiaily strengtrrened and irnproved by
increase ofyears.
Q. No.2 Read the fotlowing passage carefully and answer in your words the quesfions that follolv:
Marl*s: 20
Man,s grorl,th frorn 6arbarism to civilization supposecl to be the theme of history' But
sometirnes, looki'g at great stretclres of history, it is clifficult to believe that this icieal has nrade nrltch
progress or that ws are very nruch civilizecl or advancecl. There is enough of u'aut of co-operation toclay"
of one country or peopie selfishl-v atlael itrg or oppresshtg al'iotlter, of oue titatr cxploiting another'
Tim,' 'l [Irs
Note: j)
ii)
iii)
vi)
v)
VTN-88.12
L.r
I'
It is well to remember that in nlany ways, rnan has not made very great progress fiom th,, other animals' It nray be that in certain ways some animals are superior to him still. we look tlowrr upon the insects as almost the lowest of living things. And yet the tiny bees and ants have learnt the lesson of co-operation and of sacrifice for the common good far better than man. If mutual co-operation aud sacrifice or the good society are the test of civilization, we may say that the bees and ants are i* this respect superior to man.
In one of our old Sanskrit books, there is a verse which can be translatecl as fbllows;,, For the farnily, sacrifice the individual, for the community, the family, for the country, rhe cornmunity, and for the soul, the whole lvorld." what the soul is, few of us can know r:r tell, and each one of us can interpret it in a different way. But the lesson this Sanskrit verse teaches us is the same lesson of cc,- operation and sacrifice fbr the larger goocl. We, in Inclia had forgotten the sovereign path to real greatness for many a day so we ha<l fallen. But again we seem to have glimpses of it, and all the country is astir' FIow wonderfil it is to see men and women ancl boys and girls, smilingly going ahead in I'dia,s
cause and not caring about any pain or suffering! well may they smile and be glad, for the joy of serving in a great callse is theirs; and to those who are fortunate, comes the joy of sacrifice also.
l. Point out the thene of the passage in one sentence.
2. In r,.rhat maru1er bees and ants are superior to man? 3. What is the lesson of the Sanskrit Verse for mankind? 4' What is the motivation for men, wornen, boys and girls in India today that keeps them glad and smiling?
Q. No.3 write a' Essay in about 300 words on any one of the tbllowing topics;
Marks:30
A) If Winter conles, Can spring be far behind?
B) Wornan's Emancipation
C) The Probiern of Rising prices
D) Democracy in India
Q. No. 4 Point out lhe worcl which is the most nearly the sarne in meaning.
Marks:5
ENTHUSIASTIC
(A) Vigorous
(D) Monotonous
(B) llumorous
(E) Energetic
(C) Zealous
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ACUMEN
(A) Accuracy (B) Sharpness of mind (C) Bureaucracy
(D) A man with acutp vision (E) Accurate.
usuR_EB
(A) A money lender (B) A useful person (C) A useless woman
(D) A rouge (E) An accused.
MATRIARCH
(A) Patriarch (B) Fratemal (C) Materialist
(D) Monarch (E) A woman, head of the family.
PTIILAILDER.ER
(A) An irnmoral person (B) An amoral person (C) A real martyr
(D) A woman hunter (E) An atheist
Q. No. 5 Rewrite the sentences as directed
.; . Marks:S
(A) The box was opened up (Change the Voice)
(B) Open the door (Add a suitable tag)
(C) She asked me "Why are you always late for dinner" (Change the Narration)
(D) Your action is condemnable (Change the sentence in Negative without changing its sense)
(E) It was too hot to go out (Remove 'oToo")
Q. No.6 Suggest one word substitute for the following:
Marks:5
(A) Too much of official formality.
(B) One who is all powerful.
(C) Custom of maniage with more than one person at a time.
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(D) Allowance to a wife fiom her husband on separation.
(E) Habit of walking in sleep.
Q.No.7 Use the following idioms in sentences of your own so as to bring out their meanings"
Marks:5
A) To puil the wires.
B) To turn tables on.
C) To pay through the nose.
D) To join issue with.
E) To hang fire.
Q.No.B Correct the following sentences.
Marks:10
1. I do not hardly know these boys.
2. We don't require any of the two books.
3. Both Lila as well as Sheela are absenr.
4. Each of us love our country.
5. I cannot avail ofthis offer.
6. Walk carefully that you may not sturnmble.
7. I admitted my brother into an engineering college.
8. She asked you how you did the rvork.
9. No sooner she opened the door that her father came back.
10. We had hardly reached the hill top that it began to rain.
YTN-EB-I2
Engtish amd &nnglish fissmY
h'I.&4. 100
A1l questions are comPulsorY
The number of'marks canied by each questiou is inclicnted al the end of the
questior-t
itearly rnention questio' mtnrber a'<1 pa't nun-rber SeJbre atien*tirlg
The parts of .+he ,*" qurution muit be airswerecl togctlrer an.t musl irol be
interposecl between anslvers to other questions
Linit l/oul' answer to tire rvorcl lirnits mentionecl tor each parl' llivide yortr tinle
proportionately for each question
Q. No.1 Make a precis of the following pnssage. Also assign a suititble title to it'
h'{arks: 20
olcl age, it is saicl, clisqualifies us from taking :rir active part in the great scenes oi
business. But in what scenes? Let me ask. If in those which require the strength atrcl vivacity of yotrth' I
readily adinit the charge; but are ther"e no other-none which are particularly appropriated to tire evening
of life, and which being execr-rted by the powe's of the urincl ancl perlbctl;' consistent with a lcss
vigorons st.te of body? Nothing can be more voicl of foundation than to asseil that old ;rge necessarily
disquarifies a ,'rarl for the great affairs of the worrd. As r,velr might it be affinnerl that tlre pilot is totally
useless a'd unengagerl irr the business of the ship, because, while the rest ot'tlre crew ''re
more actively
employed i' their respective clepartme'ts, he sits cluictly at trre helur and tlirecls its *rotir:'' if in the
great scertcs o1'busi'ess an old ulall cannot perfion' a par-' *'hich reqnires tlie lbrce ancl energ;:r cf
vigorous year-s, he can act none the less in a nobler and more important cltaiacter' it is not by exefiic'tls
of corporeal strength anci activity that the momentous affairs of the state are concluctecl; it is by cool
deliberation, by pmclent counsel and by that authoritative influence whichever attends on public esteetnq'alifications
r,vhich are so far from being impaired that they are ustiaily strengtrrened and irnproved by
increase ofyears.
Q. No.2 Read the fotlowing passage carefully and answer in your words the quesfions that follolv:
Marl*s: 20
Man,s grorl,th frorn 6arbarism to civilization supposecl to be the theme of history' But
sometirnes, looki'g at great stretclres of history, it is clifficult to believe that this icieal has nrade nrltch
progress or that ws are very nruch civilizecl or advancecl. There is enough of u'aut of co-operation toclay"
of one country or peopie selfishl-v atlael itrg or oppresshtg al'iotlter, of oue titatr cxploiting another'
Tim,' 'l [Irs
Note: j)
ii)
iii)
vi)
v)
VTN-88.12
L.r
I'
It is well to remember that in nlany ways, rnan has not made very great progress fiom th,, other animals' It nray be that in certain ways some animals are superior to him still. we look tlowrr upon the insects as almost the lowest of living things. And yet the tiny bees and ants have learnt the lesson of co-operation and of sacrifice for the common good far better than man. If mutual co-operation aud sacrifice or the good society are the test of civilization, we may say that the bees and ants are i* this respect superior to man.
In one of our old Sanskrit books, there is a verse which can be translatecl as fbllows;,, For the farnily, sacrifice the individual, for the community, the family, for the country, rhe cornmunity, and for the soul, the whole lvorld." what the soul is, few of us can know r:r tell, and each one of us can interpret it in a different way. But the lesson this Sanskrit verse teaches us is the same lesson of cc,- operation and sacrifice fbr the larger goocl. We, in Inclia had forgotten the sovereign path to real greatness for many a day so we ha<l fallen. But again we seem to have glimpses of it, and all the country is astir' FIow wonderfil it is to see men and women ancl boys and girls, smilingly going ahead in I'dia,s
cause and not caring about any pain or suffering! well may they smile and be glad, for the joy of serving in a great callse is theirs; and to those who are fortunate, comes the joy of sacrifice also.
l. Point out the thene of the passage in one sentence.
2. In r,.rhat maru1er bees and ants are superior to man? 3. What is the lesson of the Sanskrit Verse for mankind? 4' What is the motivation for men, wornen, boys and girls in India today that keeps them glad and smiling?
Q. No.3 write a' Essay in about 300 words on any one of the tbllowing topics;
Marks:30
A) If Winter conles, Can spring be far behind?
B) Wornan's Emancipation
C) The Probiern of Rising prices
D) Democracy in India
Q. No. 4 Point out lhe worcl which is the most nearly the sarne in meaning.
Marks:5
ENTHUSIASTIC
(A) Vigorous
(D) Monotonous
(B) llumorous
(E) Energetic
(C) Zealous
VTN.EB-12
ACUMEN
(A) Accuracy (B) Sharpness of mind (C) Bureaucracy
(D) A man with acutp vision (E) Accurate.
usuR_EB
(A) A money lender (B) A useful person (C) A useless woman
(D) A rouge (E) An accused.
MATRIARCH
(A) Patriarch (B) Fratemal (C) Materialist
(D) Monarch (E) A woman, head of the family.
PTIILAILDER.ER
(A) An irnmoral person (B) An amoral person (C) A real martyr
(D) A woman hunter (E) An atheist
Q. No. 5 Rewrite the sentences as directed
.; . Marks:S
(A) The box was opened up (Change the Voice)
(B) Open the door (Add a suitable tag)
(C) She asked me "Why are you always late for dinner" (Change the Narration)
(D) Your action is condemnable (Change the sentence in Negative without changing its sense)
(E) It was too hot to go out (Remove 'oToo")
Q. No.6 Suggest one word substitute for the following:
Marks:5
(A) Too much of official formality.
(B) One who is all powerful.
(C) Custom of maniage with more than one person at a time.
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(D) Allowance to a wife fiom her husband on separation.
(E) Habit of walking in sleep.
Q.No.7 Use the following idioms in sentences of your own so as to bring out their meanings"
Marks:5
A) To puil the wires.
B) To turn tables on.
C) To pay through the nose.
D) To join issue with.
E) To hang fire.
Q.No.B Correct the following sentences.
Marks:10
1. I do not hardly know these boys.
2. We don't require any of the two books.
3. Both Lila as well as Sheela are absenr.
4. Each of us love our country.
5. I cannot avail ofthis offer.
6. Walk carefully that you may not sturnmble.
7. I admitted my brother into an engineering college.
8. She asked you how you did the rvork.
9. No sooner she opened the door that her father came back.
10. We had hardly reached the hill top that it began to rain.
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Re: Dharna Singh

Posted by Deshi CHILAM, (2017-03-01 10:52:24)

fully agree with u friend.raj him up etc me itni transparency h bcos vha ke candidates aware h.up me uppsc ke chairman ko hi hatva dia tha bolo.raj me har 5/6 mahine me rpsc ke samne protest hote rahte h.vha ke candidates chhut baiya NETA ki chamcha giri nahi karte h hak ke liye larte h..BUT FRIENDS VERY SHAMFUL FOR US I HAVN'T SEEN ANY PROTEST IN HARYANA SO FAR.DUB KE MAR JAO.apne se better to jbt wale hi h..humble request to senior fellows DU,Hcs Baba, Rao etc and all pls form a group like HCS SANGHARSH SAMITI and organise a protest in panchkula and submit gyapn to KHATTAR KAKA.KOI DAY FIX KR LO.us din sabhi log panchkula aao.SABHI DOST FINANCIALLY CONTRIBUTE BHI KARE ..I AM READY...SABHI JAG JAO..AFTER NOTIF KUCH NAHI HOGA..

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Editor, The Hindustan Times expressing your views on the abject commercializatron
and falling standards of education in India. The length of the letter should be 200
words. 15 Marks
Q.4 Write a letter (in Hindi) in about 200 words to the Environment Minister of your state,
suggesting ways and means to control the problem of Noise and Water Pollution in the
urban areas. The letter should be written from Jagmohan, Secretary, NIRMAL, NGO,
LUCKNOW. 10 Marks
Q.5 Write aparagraph (in about200 words) in English on any one of the following topics:
10 Marks
a) Life in a Big City
b) The Problem of Rising Prices
c) Comrption in Public Places
d) Street Beggars
e) Road Accidents
Q.6 Distinguish the meanings of the following phrases by using them in sentences of your own?
10 Marks
a) run up
run down
b) set up
set in
c) call on
call in
d) turn on
turn down
e) to bring up
to bring about
Q.7 Conect the following sentences: 5 Marks
a) You made him to write that letter.
b) None of the five hundred candidates were selected.
c) He asked me how long would he be waiting.
d) I shall not buy some mangoes.
e) He did not ring us up, nor he wrote to us.
Q.8 Punctuate the following passage: 5 Marks
my sons said he said he a great treasure lies hidden in the fields i am to leave you where is it
hid said the sons i am about to leave you said the dying old farmer but you must yourself dig
for it.
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h'I.&4. 100
A1l questions are comPulsorY
The number of'marks canied by each questiou is inclicnted al the end of the
questior-t
itearly rnention questio' mtnrber a'<1 pa't nun-rber SeJbre atien*tirlg
The parts of .+he ,*" qurution muit be airswerecl togctlrer an.t musl irol be
interposecl between anslvers to other questions
Linit l/oul' answer to tire rvorcl lirnits mentionecl tor each parl' llivide yortr tinle
proportionately for each question
Q. No.1 Make a precis of the following pnssage. Also assign a suititble title to it'
h'{arks: 20
olcl age, it is saicl, clisqualifies us from taking :rir active part in the great scenes oi
business. But in what scenes? Let me ask. If in those which require the strength atrcl vivacity of yotrth' I
readily adinit the charge; but are ther"e no other-none which are particularly appropriated to tire evening
of life, and which being execr-rted by the powe's of the urincl ancl perlbctl;' consistent with a lcss
vigorons st.te of body? Nothing can be more voicl of foundation than to asseil that old ;rge necessarily
disquarifies a ,'rarl for the great affairs of the worrd. As r,velr might it be affinnerl that tlre pilot is totally
useless a'd unengagerl irr the business of the ship, because, while the rest ot'tlre crew ''re
more actively
employed i' their respective clepartme'ts, he sits cluictly at trre helur and tlirecls its *rotir:'' if in the
great scertcs o1'busi'ess an old ulall cannot perfion' a par-' *'hich reqnires tlie lbrce ancl energ;:r cf
vigorous year-s, he can act none the less in a nobler and more important cltaiacter' it is not by exefiic'tls
of corporeal strength anci activity that the momentous affairs of the state are concluctecl; it is by cool
deliberation, by pmclent counsel and by that authoritative influence whichever attends on public esteetnq'alifications
r,vhich are so far from being impaired that they are ustiaily strengtrrened and irnproved by
increase ofyears.
Q. No.2 Read the fotlowing passage carefully and answer in your words the quesfions that follolv:
Marl*s: 20
Man,s grorl,th frorn 6arbarism to civilization supposecl to be the theme of history' But
sometirnes, looki'g at great stretclres of history, it is clifficult to believe that this icieal has nrade nrltch
progress or that ws are very nruch civilizecl or advancecl. There is enough of u'aut of co-operation toclay"
of one country or peopie selfishl-v atlael itrg or oppresshtg al'iotlter, of oue titatr cxploiting another'
Tim,' 'l [Irs
Note: j)
ii)
iii)
vi)
v)
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I'
It is well to remember that in nlany ways, rnan has not made very great progress fiom th,, other animals' It nray be that in certain ways some animals are superior to him still. we look tlowrr upon the insects as almost the lowest of living things. And yet the tiny bees and ants have learnt the lesson of co-operation and of sacrifice for the common good far better than man. If mutual co-operation aud sacrifice or the good society are the test of civilization, we may say that the bees and ants are i* this respect superior to man.
In one of our old Sanskrit books, there is a verse which can be translatecl as fbllows;,, For the farnily, sacrifice the individual, for the community, the family, for the country, rhe cornmunity, and for the soul, the whole lvorld." what the soul is, few of us can know r:r tell, and each one of us can interpret it in a different way. But the lesson this Sanskrit verse teaches us is the same lesson of cc,- operation and sacrifice fbr the larger goocl. We, in Inclia had forgotten the sovereign path to real greatness for many a day so we ha<l fallen. But again we seem to have glimpses of it, and all the country is astir' FIow wonderfil it is to see men and women ancl boys and girls, smilingly going ahead in I'dia,s
cause and not caring about any pain or suffering! well may they smile and be glad, for the joy of serving in a great callse is theirs; and to those who are fortunate, comes the joy of sacrifice also.
l. Point out the thene of the passage in one sentence.
2. In r,.rhat maru1er bees and ants are superior to man? 3. What is the lesson of the Sanskrit Verse for mankind? 4' What is the motivation for men, wornen, boys and girls in India today that keeps them glad and smiling?
Q. No.3 write a' Essay in about 300 words on any one of the tbllowing topics;
Marks:30
A) If Winter conles, Can spring be far behind?
B) Wornan's Emancipation
C) The Probiern of Rising prices
D) Democracy in India
Q. No. 4 Point out lhe worcl which is the most nearly the sarne in meaning.
Marks:5
ENTHUSIASTIC
(A) Vigorous
(D) Monotonous
(B) llumorous
(E) Energetic
(C) Zealous
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ACUMEN
(A) Accuracy (B) Sharpness of mind (C) Bureaucracy
(D) A man with acutp vision (E) Accurate.
usuR_EB
(A) A money lender (B) A useful person (C) A useless woman
(D) A rouge (E) An accused.
MATRIARCH
(A) Patriarch (B) Fratemal (C) Materialist
(D) Monarch (E) A woman, head of the family.
PTIILAILDER.ER
(A) An irnmoral person (B) An amoral person (C) A real martyr
(D) A woman hunter (E) An atheist
Q. No. 5 Rewrite the sentences as directed
.; . Marks:S
(A) The box was opened up (Change the Voice)
(B) Open the door (Add a suitable tag)
(C) She asked me "Why are you always late for dinner" (Change the Narration)
(D) Your action is condemnable (Change the sentence in Negative without changing its sense)
(E) It was too hot to go out (Remove 'oToo")
Q. No.6 Suggest one word substitute for the following:
Marks:5
(A) Too much of official formality.
(B) One who is all powerful.
(C) Custom of maniage with more than one person at a time.
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(D) Allowance to a wife fiom her husband on separation.
(E) Habit of walking in sleep.
Q.No.7 Use the following idioms in sentences of your own so as to bring out their meanings"
Marks:5
A) To puil the wires.
B) To turn tables on.
C) To pay through the nose.
D) To join issue with.
E) To hang fire.
Q.No.B Correct the following sentences.
Marks:10
1. I do not hardly know these boys.
2. We don't require any of the two books.
3. Both Lila as well as Sheela are absenr.
4. Each of us love our country.
5. I cannot avail ofthis offer.
6. Walk carefully that you may not sturnmble.
7. I admitted my brother into an engineering college.
8. She asked you how you did the rvork.
9. No sooner she opened the door that her father came back.
10. We had hardly reached the hill top that it began to rain.
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Engtish amd &nnglish fissmY
h'I.&4. 100
A1l questions are comPulsorY
The number of'marks canied by each questiou is inclicnted al the end of the
questior-t
itearly rnention questio' mtnrber a'<1 pa't nun-rber SeJbre atien*tirlg
The parts of .+he ,*" qurution muit be airswerecl togctlrer an.t musl irol be
interposecl between anslvers to other questions
Linit l/oul' answer to tire rvorcl lirnits mentionecl tor each parl' llivide yortr tinle
proportionately for each question
Q. No.1 Make a precis of the following pnssage. Also assign a suititble title to it'
h'{arks: 20
olcl age, it is saicl, clisqualifies us from taking :rir active part in the great scenes oi
business. But in what scenes? Let me ask. If in those which require the strength atrcl vivacity of yotrth' I
readily adinit the charge; but are ther"e no other-none which are particularly appropriated to tire evening
of life, and which being execr-rted by the powe's of the urincl ancl perlbctl;' consistent with a lcss
vigorons st.te of body? Nothing can be more voicl of foundation than to asseil that old ;rge necessarily
disquarifies a ,'rarl for the great affairs of the worrd. As r,velr might it be affinnerl that tlre pilot is totally
useless a'd unengagerl irr the business of the ship, because, while the rest ot'tlre crew ''re
more actively
employed i' their respective clepartme'ts, he sits cluictly at trre helur and tlirecls its *rotir:'' if in the
great scertcs o1'busi'ess an old ulall cannot perfion' a par-' *'hich reqnires tlie lbrce ancl energ;:r cf
vigorous year-s, he can act none the less in a nobler and more important cltaiacter' it is not by exefiic'tls
of corporeal strength anci activity that the momentous affairs of the state are concluctecl; it is by cool
deliberation, by pmclent counsel and by that authoritative influence whichever attends on public esteetnq'alifications
r,vhich are so far from being impaired that they are ustiaily strengtrrened and irnproved by
increase ofyears.
Q. No.2 Read the fotlowing passage carefully and answer in your words the quesfions that follolv:
Marl*s: 20
Man,s grorl,th frorn 6arbarism to civilization supposecl to be the theme of history' But
sometirnes, looki'g at great stretclres of history, it is clifficult to believe that this icieal has nrade nrltch
progress or that ws are very nruch civilizecl or advancecl. There is enough of u'aut of co-operation toclay"
of one country or peopie selfishl-v atlael itrg or oppresshtg al'iotlter, of oue titatr cxploiting another'
Tim,' 'l [Irs
Note: j)
ii)
iii)
vi)
v)
VTN-88.12
L.r
I'
It is well to remember that in nlany ways, rnan has not made very great progress fiom th,, other animals' It nray be that in certain ways some animals are superior to him still. we look tlowrr upon the insects as almost the lowest of living things. And yet the tiny bees and ants have learnt the lesson of co-operation and of sacrifice for the common good far better than man. If mutual co-operation aud sacrifice or the good society are the test of civilization, we may say that the bees and ants are i* this respect superior to man.
In one of our old Sanskrit books, there is a verse which can be translatecl as fbllows;,, For the farnily, sacrifice the individual, for the community, the family, for the country, rhe cornmunity, and for the soul, the whole lvorld." what the soul is, few of us can know r:r tell, and each one of us can interpret it in a different way. But the lesson this Sanskrit verse teaches us is the same lesson of cc,- operation and sacrifice fbr the larger goocl. We, in Inclia had forgotten the sovereign path to real greatness for many a day so we ha<l fallen. But again we seem to have glimpses of it, and all the country is astir' FIow wonderfil it is to see men and women ancl boys and girls, smilingly going ahead in I'dia,s
cause and not caring about any pain or suffering! well may they smile and be glad, for the joy of serving in a great callse is theirs; and to those who are fortunate, comes the joy of sacrifice also.
l. Point out the thene of the passage in one sentence.
2. In r,.rhat maru1er bees and ants are superior to man? 3. What is the lesson of the Sanskrit Verse for mankind? 4' What is the motivation for men, wornen, boys and girls in India today that keeps them glad and smiling?
Q. No.3 write a' Essay in about 300 words on any one of the tbllowing topics;
Marks:30
A) If Winter conles, Can spring be far behind?
B) Wornan's Emancipation
C) The Probiern of Rising prices
D) Democracy in India
Q. No. 4 Point out lhe worcl which is the most nearly the sarne in meaning.
Marks:5
ENTHUSIASTIC
(A) Vigorous
(D) Monotonous
(B) llumorous
(E) Energetic
(C) Zealous
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ACUMEN
(A) Accuracy (B) Sharpness of mind (C) Bureaucracy
(D) A man with acutp vision (E) Accurate.
usuR_EB
(A) A money lender (B) A useful person (C) A useless woman
(D) A rouge (E) An accused.
MATRIARCH
(A) Patriarch (B) Fratemal (C) Materialist
(D) Monarch (E) A woman, head of the family.
PTIILAILDER.ER
(A) An irnmoral person (B) An amoral person (C) A real martyr
(D) A woman hunter (E) An atheist
Q. No. 5 Rewrite the sentences as directed
.; . Marks:S
(A) The box was opened up (Change the Voice)
(B) Open the door (Add a suitable tag)
(C) She asked me "Why are you always late for dinner" (Change the Narration)
(D) Your action is condemnable (Change the sentence in Negative without changing its sense)
(E) It was too hot to go out (Remove 'oToo")
Q. No.6 Suggest one word substitute for the following:
Marks:5
(A) Too much of official formality.
(B) One who is all powerful.
(C) Custom of maniage with more than one person at a time.
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(D) Allowance to a wife fiom her husband on separation.
(E) Habit of walking in sleep.
Q.No.7 Use the following idioms in sentences of your own so as to bring out their meanings"
Marks:5
A) To puil the wires.
B) To turn tables on.
C) To pay through the nose.
D) To join issue with.
E) To hang fire.
Q.No.B Correct the following sentences.
Marks:10
1. I do not hardly know these boys.
2. We don't require any of the two books.
3. Both Lila as well as Sheela are absenr.
4. Each of us love our country.
5. I cannot avail ofthis offer.
6. Walk carefully that you may not sturnmble.
7. I admitted my brother into an engineering college.
8. She asked you how you did the rvork.
9. No sooner she opened the door that her father came back.
10. We had hardly reached the hill top that it began to rain.
YTN-EB-I2
Engtish amd &nnglish fissmY
h'I.&4. 100
A1l questions are comPulsorY
The number of'marks canied by each questiou is inclicnted al the end of the
questior-t
itearly rnention questio' mtnrber a'<1 pa't nun-rber SeJbre atien*tirlg
The parts of .+he ,*" qurution muit be airswerecl togctlrer an.t musl irol be
interposecl between anslvers to other questions
Linit l/oul' answer to tire rvorcl lirnits mentionecl tor each parl' llivide yortr tinle
proportionately for each question
Q. No.1 Make a precis of the following pnssage. Also assign a suititble title to it'
h'{arks: 20
olcl age, it is saicl, clisqualifies us from taking :rir active part in the great scenes oi
business. But in what scenes? Let me ask. If in those which require the strength atrcl vivacity of yotrth' I
readily adinit the charge; but are ther"e no other-none which are particularly appropriated to tire evening
of life, and which being execr-rted by the powe's of the urincl ancl perlbctl;' consistent with a lcss
vigorons st.te of body? Nothing can be more voicl of foundation than to asseil that old ;rge necessarily
disquarifies a ,'rarl for the great affairs of the worrd. As r,velr might it be affinnerl that tlre pilot is totally
useless a'd unengagerl irr the business of the ship, because, while the rest ot'tlre crew ''re
more actively
employed i' their respective clepartme'ts, he sits cluictly at trre helur and tlirecls its *rotir:'' if in the
great scertcs o1'busi'ess an old ulall cannot perfion' a par-' *'hich reqnires tlie lbrce ancl energ;:r cf
vigorous year-s, he can act none the less in a nobler and more important cltaiacter' it is not by exefiic'tls
of corporeal strength anci activity that the momentous affairs of the state are concluctecl; it is by cool
deliberation, by pmclent counsel and by that authoritative influence whichever attends on public esteetnq'alifications
r,vhich are so far from being impaired that they are ustiaily strengtrrened and irnproved by
increase ofyears.
Q. No.2 Read the fotlowing passage carefully and answer in your words the quesfions that follolv:
Marl*s: 20
Man,s grorl,th frorn 6arbarism to civilization supposecl to be the theme of history' But
sometirnes, looki'g at great stretclres of history, it is clifficult to believe that this icieal has nrade nrltch
progress or that ws are very nruch civilizecl or advancecl. There is enough of u'aut of co-operation toclay"
of one country or peopie selfishl-v atlael itrg or oppresshtg al'iotlter, of oue titatr cxploiting another'
Tim,' 'l [Irs
Note: j)
ii)
iii)
vi)
v)
VTN-88.12
L.r
I'
It is well to remember that in nlany ways, rnan has not made very great progress fiom th,, other animals' It nray be that in certain ways some animals are superior to him still. we look tlowrr upon the insects as almost the lowest of living things. And yet the tiny bees and ants have learnt the lesson of co-operation and of sacrifice for the common good far better than man. If mutual co-operation aud sacrifice or the good society are the test of civilization, we may say that the bees and ants are i* this respect superior to man.
In one of our old Sanskrit books, there is a verse which can be translatecl as fbllows;,, For the farnily, sacrifice the individual, for the community, the family, for the country, rhe cornmunity, and for the soul, the whole lvorld." what the soul is, few of us can know r:r tell, and each one of us can interpret it in a different way. But the lesson this Sanskrit verse teaches us is the same lesson of cc,- operation and sacrifice fbr the larger goocl. We, in Inclia had forgotten the sovereign path to real greatness for many a day so we ha<l fallen. But again we seem to have glimpses of it, and all the country is astir' FIow wonderfil it is to see men and women ancl boys and girls, smilingly going ahead in I'dia,s
cause and not caring about any pain or suffering! well may they smile and be glad, for the joy of serving in a great callse is theirs; and to those who are fortunate, comes the joy of sacrifice also.
l. Point out the thene of the passage in one sentence.
2. In r,.rhat maru1er bees and ants are superior to man? 3. What is the lesson of the Sanskrit Verse for mankind? 4' What is the motivation for men, wornen, boys and girls in India today that keeps them glad and smiling?
Q. No.3 write a' Essay in about 300 words on any one of the tbllowing topics;
Marks:30
A) If Winter conles, Can spring be far behind?
B) Wornan's Emancipation
C) The Probiern of Rising prices
D) Democracy in India
Q. No. 4 Point out lhe worcl which is the most nearly the sarne in meaning.
Marks:5
ENTHUSIASTIC
(A) Vigorous
(D) Monotonous
(B) llumorous
(E) Energetic
(C) Zealous
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ACUMEN
(A) Accuracy (B) Sharpness of mind (C) Bureaucracy
(D) A man with acutp vision (E) Accurate.
usuR_EB
(A) A money lender (B) A useful person (C) A useless woman
(D) A rouge (E) An accused.
MATRIARCH
(A) Patriarch (B) Fratemal (C) Materialist
(D) Monarch (E) A woman, head of the family.
PTIILAILDER.ER
(A) An irnmoral person (B) An amoral person (C) A real martyr
(D) A woman hunter (E) An atheist
Q. No. 5 Rewrite the sentences as directed
.; . Marks:S
(A) The box was opened up (Change the Voice)
(B) Open the door (Add a suitable tag)
(C) She asked me "Why are you always late for dinner" (Change the Narration)
(D) Your action is condemnable (Change the sentence in Negative without changing its sense)
(E) It was too hot to go out (Remove 'oToo")
Q. No.6 Suggest one word substitute for the following:
Marks:5
(A) Too much of official formality.
(B) One who is all powerful.
(C) Custom of maniage with more than one person at a time.
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(D) Allowance to a wife fiom her husband on separation.
(E) Habit of walking in sleep.
Q.No.7 Use the following idioms in sentences of your own so as to bring out their meanings"
Marks:5
A) To puil the wires.
B) To turn tables on.
C) To pay through the nose.
D) To join issue with.
E) To hang fire.
Q.No.B Correct the following sentences.
Marks:10
1. I do not hardly know these boys.
2. We don't require any of the two books.
3. Both Lila as well as Sheela are absenr.
4. Each of us love our country.
5. I cannot avail ofthis offer.
6. Walk carefully that you may not sturnmble.
7. I admitted my brother into an engineering college.
8. She asked you how you did the rvork.
9. No sooner she opened the door that her father came back.
10. We had hardly reached the hill top that it began to rain.
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Re: Write petitions

Posted by Dharna Singh, (2017-03-01 07:46:42)

Time ko badhiya se utilise karo.
Prepare well.
And side by side write petitions to HPSC regarding reforms like :
1. Inter optional Parity (scaling)
2. Inter examiner parity ( moderation)
3. Age reduction
4. Limited attempts
5. UPSC pattern (one optional)
6. Punjab pattern (no optional)
7. Exam on annual basis (like UK, HP, UP etc)
8. CSAT qualifying like PPSC, HPPSC, UPSC etc.
Write letters to Chairman, members and secretary.

Dont just wait for notification. They will hesitate to make any changes after notification is published.

In Haryana dont just rely on your preparation. They can axe u on the basis of optional subject u choose.

Its better to send as many petitions as possible before notification. Baad mein mehnat karke bhi fail hone ka dukh bada bekar hota hai. Like it happened this time. Toppers of optional like geog and pub ad didnt qualify while even average scorers of maths, physics, zoology got good ranks. Aur baad mein petition HPSC nahi HC aur SC bhejni padengi. Aur fayada koi nahi hoga except wastage of time and money.

Re: new notification

Posted by hcs jigyaasu, (2017-03-01 00:29:27)

When is the new notification coming friends?

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Q.3 Write a letter (in English ) from S.P Sharma, 987, Moti Bagh Colony, Bhopal to the
Editor, The Hindustan Times expressing your views on the abject commercializatron
and falling standards of education in India. The length of the letter should be 200
words. 15 Marks
Q.4 Write a letter (in Hindi) in about 200 words to the Environment Minister of your state,
suggesting ways and means to control the problem of Noise and Water Pollution in the
urban areas. The letter should be written from Jagmohan, Secretary, NIRMAL, NGO,
LUCKNOW. 10 Marks
Q.5 Write aparagraph (in about200 words) in English on any one of the following topics:
10 Marks
a) Life in a Big City
b) The Problem of Rising Prices
c) Comrption in Public Places
d) Street Beggars
e) Road Accidents
Q.6 Distinguish the meanings of the following phrases by using them in sentences of your own?
10 Marks
a) run up
run down
b) set up
set in
c) call on
call in
d) turn on
turn down
e) to bring up
to bring about
Q.7 Conect the following sentences: 5 Marks
a) You made him to write that letter.
b) None of the five hundred candidates were selected.
c) He asked me how long would he be waiting.
d) I shall not buy some mangoes.
e) He did not ring us up, nor he wrote to us.
Q.8 Punctuate the following passage: 5 Marks
my sons said he said he a great treasure lies hidden in the fields i am to leave you where is it
hid said the sons i am about to leave you said the dying old farmer but you must yourself dig
for it.
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Engtish amd &nnglish fissmY
h'I.&4. 100
A1l questions are comPulsorY
The number of'marks canied by each questiou is inclicnted al the end of the
questior-t
itearly rnention questio' mtnrber a'<1 pa't nun-rber SeJbre atien*tirlg
The parts of .+he ,*" qurution muit be airswerecl togctlrer an.t musl irol be
interposecl between anslvers to other questions
Linit l/oul' answer to tire rvorcl lirnits mentionecl tor each parl' llivide yortr tinle
proportionately for each question
Q. No.1 Make a precis of the following pnssage. Also assign a suititble title to it'
h'{arks: 20
olcl age, it is saicl, clisqualifies us from taking :rir active part in the great scenes oi
business. But in what scenes? Let me ask. If in those which require the strength atrcl vivacity of yotrth' I
readily adinit the charge; but are ther"e no other-none which are particularly appropriated to tire evening
of life, and which being execr-rted by the powe's of the urincl ancl perlbctl;' consistent with a lcss
vigorons st.te of body? Nothing can be more voicl of foundation than to asseil that old ;rge necessarily
disquarifies a ,'rarl for the great affairs of the worrd. As r,velr might it be affinnerl that tlre pilot is totally
useless a'd unengagerl irr the business of the ship, because, while the rest ot'tlre crew ''re
more actively
employed i' their respective clepartme'ts, he sits cluictly at trre helur and tlirecls its *rotir:'' if in the
great scertcs o1'busi'ess an old ulall cannot perfion' a par-' *'hich reqnires tlie lbrce ancl energ;:r cf
vigorous year-s, he can act none the less in a nobler and more important cltaiacter' it is not by exefiic'tls
of corporeal strength anci activity that the momentous affairs of the state are concluctecl; it is by cool
deliberation, by pmclent counsel and by that authoritative influence whichever attends on public esteetnq'alifications
r,vhich are so far from being impaired that they are ustiaily strengtrrened and irnproved by
increase ofyears.
Q. No.2 Read the fotlowing passage carefully and answer in your words the quesfions that follolv:
Marl*s: 20
Man,s grorl,th frorn 6arbarism to civilization supposecl to be the theme of history' But
sometirnes, looki'g at great stretclres of history, it is clifficult to believe that this icieal has nrade nrltch
progress or that ws are very nruch civilizecl or advancecl. There is enough of u'aut of co-operation toclay"
of one country or peopie selfishl-v atlael itrg or oppresshtg al'iotlter, of oue titatr cxploiting another'
Tim,' 'l [Irs
Note: j)
ii)
iii)
vi)
v)
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I'
It is well to remember that in nlany ways, rnan has not made very great progress fiom th,, other animals' It nray be that in certain ways some animals are superior to him still. we look tlowrr upon the insects as almost the lowest of living things. And yet the tiny bees and ants have learnt the lesson of co-operation and of sacrifice for the common good far better than man. If mutual co-operation aud sacrifice or the good society are the test of civilization, we may say that the bees and ants are i* this respect superior to man.
In one of our old Sanskrit books, there is a verse which can be translatecl as fbllows;,, For the farnily, sacrifice the individual, for the community, the family, for the country, rhe cornmunity, and for the soul, the whole lvorld." what the soul is, few of us can know r:r tell, and each one of us can interpret it in a different way. But the lesson this Sanskrit verse teaches us is the same lesson of cc,- operation and sacrifice fbr the larger goocl. We, in Inclia had forgotten the sovereign path to real greatness for many a day so we ha<l fallen. But again we seem to have glimpses of it, and all the country is astir' FIow wonderfil it is to see men and women ancl boys and girls, smilingly going ahead in I'dia,s
cause and not caring about any pain or suffering! well may they smile and be glad, for the joy of serving in a great callse is theirs; and to those who are fortunate, comes the joy of sacrifice also.
l. Point out the thene of the passage in one sentence.
2. In r,.rhat maru1er bees and ants are superior to man? 3. What is the lesson of the Sanskrit Verse for mankind? 4' What is the motivation for men, wornen, boys and girls in India today that keeps them glad and smiling?
Q. No.3 write a' Essay in about 300 words on any one of the tbllowing topics;
Marks:30
A) If Winter conles, Can spring be far behind?
B) Wornan's Emancipation
C) The Probiern of Rising prices
D) Democracy in India
Q. No. 4 Point out lhe worcl which is the most nearly the sarne in meaning.
Marks:5
ENTHUSIASTIC
(A) Vigorous
(D) Monotonous
(B) llumorous
(E) Energetic
(C) Zealous
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ACUMEN
(A) Accuracy (B) Sharpness of mind (C) Bureaucracy
(D) A man with acutp vision (E) Accurate.
usuR_EB
(A) A money lender (B) A useful person (C) A useless woman
(D) A rouge (E) An accused.
MATRIARCH
(A) Patriarch (B) Fratemal (C) Materialist
(D) Monarch (E) A woman, head of the family.
PTIILAILDER.ER
(A) An irnmoral person (B) An amoral person (C) A real martyr
(D) A woman hunter (E) An atheist
Q. No. 5 Rewrite the sentences as directed
.; . Marks:S
(A) The box was opened up (Change the Voice)
(B) Open the door (Add a suitable tag)
(C) She asked me "Why are you always late for dinner" (Change the Narration)
(D) Your action is condemnable (Change the sentence in Negative without changing its sense)
(E) It was too hot to go out (Remove 'oToo")
Q. No.6 Suggest one word substitute for the following:
Marks:5
(A) Too much of official formality.
(B) One who is all powerful.
(C) Custom of maniage with more than one person at a time.
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(D) Allowance to a wife fiom her husband on separation.
(E) Habit of walking in sleep.
Q.No.7 Use the following idioms in sentences of your own so as to bring out their meanings"
Marks:5
A) To puil the wires.
B) To turn tables on.
C) To pay through the nose.
D) To join issue with.
E) To hang fire.
Q.No.B Correct the following sentences.
Marks:10
1. I do not hardly know these boys.
2. We don't require any of the two books.
3. Both Lila as well as Sheela are absenr.
4. Each of us love our country.
5. I cannot avail ofthis offer.
6. Walk carefully that you may not sturnmble.
7. I admitted my brother into an engineering college.
8. She asked you how you did the rvork.
9. No sooner she opened the door that her father came back.
10. We had hardly reached the hill top that it began to rain.
YTN-EB-I2
Engtish amd &nnglish fissmY
h'I.&4. 100
A1l questions are comPulsorY
The number of'marks canied by each questiou is inclicnted al the end of the
questior-t
itearly rnention questio' mtnrber a'<1 pa't nun-rber SeJbre atien*tirlg
The parts of .+he ,*" qurution muit be airswerecl togctlrer an.t musl irol be
interposecl between anslvers to other questions
Linit l/oul' answer to tire rvorcl lirnits mentionecl tor each parl' llivide yortr tinle
proportionately for each question
Q. No.1 Make a precis of the following pnssage. Also assign a suititble title to it'
h'{arks: 20
olcl age, it is saicl, clisqualifies us from taking :rir active part in the great scenes oi
business. But in what scenes? Let me ask. If in those which require the strength atrcl vivacity of yotrth' I
readily adinit the charge; but are ther"e no other-none which are particularly appropriated to tire evening
of life, and which being execr-rted by the powe's of the urincl ancl perlbctl;' consistent with a lcss
vigorons st.te of body? Nothing can be more voicl of foundation than to asseil that old ;rge necessarily
disquarifies a ,'rarl for the great affairs of the worrd. As r,velr might it be affinnerl that tlre pilot is totally
useless a'd unengagerl irr the business of the ship, because, while the rest ot'tlre crew ''re
more actively
employed i' their respective clepartme'ts, he sits cluictly at trre helur and tlirecls its *rotir:'' if in the
great scertcs o1'busi'ess an old ulall cannot perfion' a par-' *'hich reqnires tlie lbrce ancl energ;:r cf
vigorous year-s, he can act none the less in a nobler and more important cltaiacter' it is not by exefiic'tls
of corporeal strength anci activity that the momentous affairs of the state are concluctecl; it is by cool
deliberation, by pmclent counsel and by that authoritative influence whichever attends on public esteetnq'alifications
r,vhich are so far from being impaired that they are ustiaily strengtrrened and irnproved by
increase ofyears.
Q. No.2 Read the fotlowing passage carefully and answer in your words the quesfions that follolv:
Marl*s: 20
Man,s grorl,th frorn 6arbarism to civilization supposecl to be the theme of history' But
sometirnes, looki'g at great stretclres of history, it is clifficult to believe that this icieal has nrade nrltch
progress or that ws are very nruch civilizecl or advancecl. There is enough of u'aut of co-operation toclay"
of one country or peopie selfishl-v atlael itrg or oppresshtg al'iotlter, of oue titatr cxploiting another'
Tim,' 'l [Irs
Note: j)
ii)
iii)
vi)
v)
VTN-88.12
L.r
I'
It is well to remember that in nlany ways, rnan has not made very great progress fiom th,, other animals' It nray be that in certain ways some animals are superior to him still. we look tlowrr upon the insects as almost the lowest of living things. And yet the tiny bees and ants have learnt the lesson of co-operation and of sacrifice for the common good far better than man. If mutual co-operation aud sacrifice or the good society are the test of civilization, we may say that the bees and ants are i* this respect superior to man.
In one of our old Sanskrit books, there is a verse which can be translatecl as fbllows;,, For the farnily, sacrifice the individual, for the community, the family, for the country, rhe cornmunity, and for the soul, the whole lvorld." what the soul is, few of us can know r:r tell, and each one of us can interpret it in a different way. But the lesson this Sanskrit verse teaches us is the same lesson of cc,- operation and sacrifice fbr the larger goocl. We, in Inclia had forgotten the sovereign path to real greatness for many a day so we ha<l fallen. But again we seem to have glimpses of it, and all the country is astir' FIow wonderfil it is to see men and women ancl boys and girls, smilingly going ahead in I'dia,s
cause and not caring about any pain or suffering! well may they smile and be glad, for the joy of serving in a great callse is theirs; and to those who are fortunate, comes the joy of sacrifice also.
l. Point out the thene of the passage in one sentence.
2. In r,.rhat maru1er bees and ants are superior to man? 3. What is the lesson of the Sanskrit Verse for mankind? 4' What is the motivation for men, wornen, boys and girls in India today that keeps them glad and smiling?
Q. No.3 write a' Essay in about 300 words on any one of the tbllowing topics;
Marks:30
A) If Winter conles, Can spring be far behind?
B) Wornan's Emancipation
C) The Probiern of Rising prices
D) Democracy in India
Q. No. 4 Point out lhe worcl which is the most nearly the sarne in meaning.
Marks:5
ENTHUSIASTIC
(A) Vigorous
(D) Monotonous
(B) llumorous
(E) Energetic
(C) Zealous
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ACUMEN
(A) Accuracy (B) Sharpness of mind (C) Bureaucracy
(D) A man with acutp vision (E) Accurate.
usuR_EB
(A) A money lender (B) A useful person (C) A useless woman
(D) A rouge (E) An accused.
MATRIARCH
(A) Patriarch (B) Fratemal (C) Materialist
(D) Monarch (E) A woman, head of the family.
PTIILAILDER.ER
(A) An irnmoral person (B) An amoral person (C) A real martyr
(D) A woman hunter (E) An atheist
Q. No. 5 Rewrite the sentences as directed
.; . Marks:S
(A) The box was opened up (Change the Voice)
(B) Open the door (Add a suitable tag)
(C) She asked me "Why are you always late for dinner" (Change the Narration)
(D) Your action is condemnable (Change the sentence in Negative without changing its sense)
(E) It was too hot to go out (Remove 'oToo")
Q. No.6 Suggest one word substitute for the following:
Marks:5
(A) Too much of official formality.
(B) One who is all powerful.
(C) Custom of maniage with more than one person at a time.
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(D) Allowance to a wife fiom her husband on separation.
(E) Habit of walking in sleep.
Q.No.7 Use the following idioms in sentences of your own so as to bring out their meanings"
Marks:5
A) To puil the wires.
B) To turn tables on.
C) To pay through the nose.
D) To join issue with.
E) To hang fire.
Q.No.B Correct the following sentences.
Marks:10
1. I do not hardly know these boys.
2. We don't require any of the two books.
3. Both Lila as well as Sheela are absenr.
4. Each of us love our country.
5. I cannot avail ofthis offer.
6. Walk carefully that you may not sturnmble.
7. I admitted my brother into an engineering college.
8. She asked you how you did the rvork.
9. No sooner she opened the door that her father came back.
10. We had hardly reached the hill top that it began to rain.
YTN-EB-I2
Engtish amd &nnglish fissmY
h'I.&4. 100
A1l questions are comPulsorY
The number of'marks canied by each questiou is inclicnted al the end of the
questior-t
itearly rnention questio' mtnrber a'<1 pa't nun-rber SeJbre atien*tirlg
The parts of .+he ,*" qurution muit be airswerecl togctlrer an.t musl irol be
interposecl between anslvers to other questions
Linit l/oul' answer to tire rvorcl lirnits mentionecl tor each parl' llivide yortr tinle
proportionately for each question
Q. No.1 Make a precis of the following pnssage. Also assign a suititble title to it'
h'{arks: 20
olcl age, it is saicl, clisqualifies us from taking :rir active part in the great scenes oi
business. But in what scenes? Let me ask. If in those which require the strength atrcl vivacity of yotrth' I
readily adinit the charge; but are ther"e no other-none which are particularly appropriated to tire evening
of life, and which being execr-rted by the powe's of the urincl ancl perlbctl;' consistent with a lcss
vigorons st.te of body? Nothing can be more voicl of foundation than to asseil that old ;rge necessarily
disquarifies a ,'rarl for the great affairs of the worrd. As r,velr might it be affinnerl that tlre pilot is totally
useless a'd unengagerl irr the business of the ship, because, while the rest ot'tlre crew ''re
more actively
employed i' their respective clepartme'ts, he sits cluictly at trre helur and tlirecls its *rotir:'' if in the
great scertcs o1'busi'ess an old ulall cannot perfion' a par-' *'hich reqnires tlie lbrce ancl energ;:r cf
vigorous year-s, he can act none the less in a nobler and more important cltaiacter' it is not by exefiic'tls
of corporeal strength anci activity that the momentous affairs of the state are concluctecl; it is by cool
deliberation, by pmclent counsel and by that authoritative influence whichever attends on public esteetnq'alifications
r,vhich are so far from being impaired that they are ustiaily strengtrrened and irnproved by
increase ofyears.
Q. No.2 Read the fotlowing passage carefully and answer in your words the quesfions that follolv:
Marl*s: 20
Man,s grorl,th frorn 6arbarism to civilization supposecl to be the theme of history' But
sometirnes, looki'g at great stretclres of history, it is clifficult to believe that this icieal has nrade nrltch
progress or that ws are very nruch civilizecl or advancecl. There is enough of u'aut of co-operation toclay"
of one country or peopie selfishl-v atlael itrg or oppresshtg al'iotlter, of oue titatr cxploiting another'
Tim,' 'l [Irs
Note: j)
ii)
iii)
vi)
v)
VTN-88.12
L.r
I'
It is well to remember that in nlany ways, rnan has not made very great progress fiom th,, other animals' It nray be that in certain ways some animals are superior to him still. we look tlowrr upon the insects as almost the lowest of living things. And yet the tiny bees and ants have learnt the lesson of co-operation and of sacrifice for the common good far better than man. If mutual co-operation aud sacrifice or the good society are the test of civilization, we may say that the bees and ants are i* this respect superior to man.
In one of our old Sanskrit books, there is a verse which can be translatecl as fbllows;,, For the farnily, sacrifice the individual, for the community, the family, for the country, rhe cornmunity, and for the soul, the whole lvorld." what the soul is, few of us can know r:r tell, and each one of us can interpret it in a different way. But the lesson this Sanskrit verse teaches us is the same lesson of cc,- operation and sacrifice fbr the larger goocl. We, in Inclia had forgotten the sovereign path to real greatness for many a day so we ha<l fallen. But again we seem to have glimpses of it, and all the country is astir' FIow wonderfil it is to see men and women ancl boys and girls, smilingly going ahead in I'dia,s
cause and not caring about any pain or suffering! well may they smile and be glad, for the joy of serving in a great callse is theirs; and to those who are fortunate, comes the joy of sacrifice also.
l. Point out the thene of the passage in one sentence.
2. In r,.rhat maru1er bees and ants are superior to man? 3. What is the lesson of the Sanskrit Verse for mankind? 4' What is the motivation for men, wornen, boys and girls in India today that keeps them glad and smiling?
Q. No.3 write a' Essay in about 300 words on any one of the tbllowing topics;
Marks:30
A) If Winter conles, Can spring be far behind?
B) Wornan's Emancipation
C) The Probiern of Rising prices
D) Democracy in India
Q. No. 4 Point out lhe worcl which is the most nearly the sarne in meaning.
Marks:5
ENTHUSIASTIC
(A) Vigorous
(D) Monotonous
(B) llumorous
(E) Energetic
(C) Zealous
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ACUMEN
(A) Accuracy (B) Sharpness of mind (C) Bureaucracy
(D) A man with acutp vision (E) Accurate.
usuR_EB
(A) A money lender (B) A useful person (C) A useless woman
(D) A rouge (E) An accused.
MATRIARCH
(A) Patriarch (B) Fratemal (C) Materialist
(D) Monarch (E) A woman, head of the family.
PTIILAILDER.ER
(A) An irnmoral person (B) An amoral person (C) A real martyr
(D) A woman hunter (E) An atheist
Q. No. 5 Rewrite the sentences as directed
.; . Marks:S
(A) The box was opened up (Change the Voice)
(B) Open the door (Add a suitable tag)
(C) She asked me "Why are you always late for dinner" (Change the Narration)
(D) Your action is condemnable (Change the sentence in Negative without changing its sense)
(E) It was too hot to go out (Remove 'oToo")
Q. No.6 Suggest one word substitute for the following:
Marks:5
(A) Too much of official formality.
(B) One who is all powerful.
(C) Custom of maniage with more than one person at a time.
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(D) Allowance to a wife fiom her husband on separation.
(E) Habit of walking in sleep.
Q.No.7 Use the following idioms in sentences of your own so as to bring out their meanings"
Marks:5
A) To puil the wires.
B) To turn tables on.
C) To pay through the nose.
D) To join issue with.
E) To hang fire.
Q.No.B Correct the following sentences.
Marks:10
1. I do not hardly know these boys.
2. We don't require any of the two books.
3. Both Lila as well as Sheela are absenr.
4. Each of us love our country.
5. I cannot avail ofthis offer.
6. Walk carefully that you may not sturnmble.
7. I admitted my brother into an engineering college.
8. She asked you how you did the rvork.
9. No sooner she opened the door that her father came back.
10. We had hardly reached the hill top that it began to rain.
YTN-EB-I2
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Question Booklet Series
GENERAL STUDIES
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Editor, The Hindustan Times expressing your views on the abject commercializatron
and falling standards of education in India. The length of the letter should be 200
words. 15 Marks
Q.4 Write a letter (in Hindi) in about 200 words to the Environment Minister of your state,
suggesting ways and means to control the problem of Noise and Water Pollution in the
urban areas. The letter should be written from Jagmohan, Secretary, NIRMAL, NGO,
LUCKNOW. 10 Marks
Q.5 Write aparagraph (in about200 words) in English on any one of the following topics:
10 Marks
a) Life in a Big City
b) The Problem of Rising Prices
c) Comrption in Public Places
d) Street Beggars
e) Road Accidents
Q.6 Distinguish the meanings of the following phrases by using them in sentences of your own?
10 Marks
a) run up
run down
b) set up
set in
c) call on
call in
d) turn on
turn down
e) to bring up
to bring about
Q.7 Conect the following sentences: 5 Marks
a) You made him to write that letter.
b) None of the five hundred candidates were selected.
c) He asked me how long would he be waiting.
d) I shall not buy some mangoes.
e) He did not ring us up, nor he wrote to us.
Q.8 Punctuate the following passage: 5 Marks
my sons said he said he a great treasure lies hidden in the fields i am to leave you where is it
hid said the sons i am about to leave you said the dying old farmer but you must yourself dig
for it.
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h'I.&4. 100
A1l questions are comPulsorY
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questior-t
itearly rnention questio' mtnrber a'<1 pa't nun-rber SeJbre atien*tirlg
The parts of .+he ,*" qurution muit be airswerecl togctlrer an.t musl irol be
interposecl between anslvers to other questions
Linit l/oul' answer to tire rvorcl lirnits mentionecl tor each parl' llivide yortr tinle
proportionately for each question
Q. No.1 Make a precis of the following pnssage. Also assign a suititble title to it'
h'{arks: 20
olcl age, it is saicl, clisqualifies us from taking :rir active part in the great scenes oi
business. But in what scenes? Let me ask. If in those which require the strength atrcl vivacity of yotrth' I
readily adinit the charge; but are ther"e no other-none which are particularly appropriated to tire evening
of life, and which being execr-rted by the powe's of the urincl ancl perlbctl;' consistent with a lcss
vigorons st.te of body? Nothing can be more voicl of foundation than to asseil that old ;rge necessarily
disquarifies a ,'rarl for the great affairs of the worrd. As r,velr might it be affinnerl that tlre pilot is totally
useless a'd unengagerl irr the business of the ship, because, while the rest ot'tlre crew ''re
more actively
employed i' their respective clepartme'ts, he sits cluictly at trre helur and tlirecls its *rotir:'' if in the
great scertcs o1'busi'ess an old ulall cannot perfion' a par-' *'hich reqnires tlie lbrce ancl energ;:r cf
vigorous year-s, he can act none the less in a nobler and more important cltaiacter' it is not by exefiic'tls
of corporeal strength anci activity that the momentous affairs of the state are concluctecl; it is by cool
deliberation, by pmclent counsel and by that authoritative influence whichever attends on public esteetnq'alifications
r,vhich are so far from being impaired that they are ustiaily strengtrrened and irnproved by
increase ofyears.
Q. No.2 Read the fotlowing passage carefully and answer in your words the quesfions that follolv:
Marl*s: 20
Man,s grorl,th frorn 6arbarism to civilization supposecl to be the theme of history' But
sometirnes, looki'g at great stretclres of history, it is clifficult to believe that this icieal has nrade nrltch
progress or that ws are very nruch civilizecl or advancecl. There is enough of u'aut of co-operation toclay"
of one country or peopie selfishl-v atlael itrg or oppresshtg al'iotlter, of oue titatr cxploiting another'
Tim,' 'l [Irs
Note: j)
ii)
iii)
vi)
v)
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It is well to remember that in nlany ways, rnan has not made very great progress fiom th,, other animals' It nray be that in certain ways some animals are superior to him still. we look tlowrr upon the insects as almost the lowest of living things. And yet the tiny bees and ants have learnt the lesson of co-operation and of sacrifice for the common good far better than man. If mutual co-operation aud sacrifice or the good society are the test of civilization, we may say that the bees and ants are i* this respect superior to man.
In one of our old Sanskrit books, there is a verse which can be translatecl as fbllows;,, For the farnily, sacrifice the individual, for the community, the family, for the country, rhe cornmunity, and for the soul, the whole lvorld." what the soul is, few of us can know r:r tell, and each one of us can interpret it in a different way. But the lesson this Sanskrit verse teaches us is the same lesson of cc,- operation and sacrifice fbr the larger goocl. We, in Inclia had forgotten the sovereign path to real greatness for many a day so we ha<l fallen. But again we seem to have glimpses of it, and all the country is astir' FIow wonderfil it is to see men and women ancl boys and girls, smilingly going ahead in I'dia,s
cause and not caring about any pain or suffering! well may they smile and be glad, for the joy of serving in a great callse is theirs; and to those who are fortunate, comes the joy of sacrifice also.
l. Point out the thene of the passage in one sentence.
2. In r,.rhat maru1er bees and ants are superior to man? 3. What is the lesson of the Sanskrit Verse for mankind? 4' What is the motivation for men, wornen, boys and girls in India today that keeps them glad and smiling?
Q. No.3 write a' Essay in about 300 words on any one of the tbllowing topics;
Marks:30
A) If Winter conles, Can spring be far behind?
B) Wornan's Emancipation
C) The Probiern of Rising prices
D) Democracy in India
Q. No. 4 Point out lhe worcl which is the most nearly the sarne in meaning.
Marks:5
ENTHUSIASTIC
(A) Vigorous
(D) Monotonous
(B) llumorous
(E) Energetic
(C) Zealous
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ACUMEN
(A) Accuracy (B) Sharpness of mind (C) Bureaucracy
(D) A man with acutp vision (E) Accurate.
usuR_EB
(A) A money lender (B) A useful person (C) A useless woman
(D) A rouge (E) An accused.
MATRIARCH
(A) Patriarch (B) Fratemal (C) Materialist
(D) Monarch (E) A woman, head of the family.
PTIILAILDER.ER
(A) An irnmoral person (B) An amoral person (C) A real martyr
(D) A woman hunter (E) An atheist
Q. No. 5 Rewrite the sentences as directed
.; . Marks:S
(A) The box was opened up (Change the Voice)
(B) Open the door (Add a suitable tag)
(C) She asked me "Why are you always late for dinner" (Change the Narration)
(D) Your action is condemnable (Change the sentence in Negative without changing its sense)
(E) It was too hot to go out (Remove 'oToo")
Q. No.6 Suggest one word substitute for the following:
Marks:5
(A) Too much of official formality.
(B) One who is all powerful.
(C) Custom of maniage with more than one person at a time.
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(D) Allowance to a wife fiom her husband on separation.
(E) Habit of walking in sleep.
Q.No.7 Use the following idioms in sentences of your own so as to bring out their meanings"
Marks:5
A) To puil the wires.
B) To turn tables on.
C) To pay through the nose.
D) To join issue with.
E) To hang fire.
Q.No.B Correct the following sentences.
Marks:10
1. I do not hardly know these boys.
2. We don't require any of the two books.
3. Both Lila as well as Sheela are absenr.
4. Each of us love our country.
5. I cannot avail ofthis offer.
6. Walk carefully that you may not sturnmble.
7. I admitted my brother into an engineering college.
8. She asked you how you did the rvork.
9. No sooner she opened the door that her father came back.
10. We had hardly reached the hill top that it began to rain.
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Engtish amd &nnglish fissmY
h'I.&4. 100
A1l questions are comPulsorY
The number of'marks canied by each questiou is inclicnted al the end of the
questior-t
itearly rnention questio' mtnrber a'<1 pa't nun-rber SeJbre atien*tirlg
The parts of .+he ,*" qurution muit be airswerecl togctlrer an.t musl irol be
interposecl between anslvers to other questions
Linit l/oul' answer to tire rvorcl lirnits mentionecl tor each parl' llivide yortr tinle
proportionately for each question
Q. No.1 Make a precis of the following pnssage. Also assign a suititble title to it'
h'{arks: 20
olcl age, it is saicl, clisqualifies us from taking :rir active part in the great scenes oi
business. But in what scenes? Let me ask. If in those which require the strength atrcl vivacity of yotrth' I
readily adinit the charge; but are ther"e no other-none which are particularly appropriated to tire evening
of life, and which being execr-rted by the powe's of the urincl ancl perlbctl;' consistent with a lcss
vigorons st.te of body? Nothing can be more voicl of foundation than to asseil that old ;rge necessarily
disquarifies a ,'rarl for the great affairs of the worrd. As r,velr might it be affinnerl that tlre pilot is totally
useless a'd unengagerl irr the business of the ship, because, while the rest ot'tlre crew ''re
more actively
employed i' their respective clepartme'ts, he sits cluictly at trre helur and tlirecls its *rotir:'' if in the
great scertcs o1'busi'ess an old ulall cannot perfion' a par-' *'hich reqnires tlie lbrce ancl energ;:r cf
vigorous year-s, he can act none the less in a nobler and more important cltaiacter' it is not by exefiic'tls
of corporeal strength anci activity that the momentous affairs of the state are concluctecl; it is by cool
deliberation, by pmclent counsel and by that authoritative influence whichever attends on public esteetnq'alifications
r,vhich are so far from being impaired that they are ustiaily strengtrrened and irnproved by
increase ofyears.
Q. No.2 Read the fotlowing passage carefully and answer in your words the quesfions that follolv:
Marl*s: 20
Man,s grorl,th frorn 6arbarism to civilization supposecl to be the theme of history' But
sometirnes, looki'g at great stretclres of history, it is clifficult to believe that this icieal has nrade nrltch
progress or that ws are very nruch civilizecl or advancecl. There is enough of u'aut of co-operation toclay"
of one country or peopie selfishl-v atlael itrg or oppresshtg al'iotlter, of oue titatr cxploiting another'
Tim,' 'l [Irs
Note: j)
ii)
iii)
vi)
v)
VTN-88.12
L.r
I'
It is well to remember that in nlany ways, rnan has not made very great progress fiom th,, other animals' It nray be that in certain ways some animals are superior to him still. we look tlowrr upon the insects as almost the lowest of living things. And yet the tiny bees and ants have learnt the lesson of co-operation and of sacrifice for the common good far better than man. If mutual co-operation aud sacrifice or the good society are the test of civilization, we may say that the bees and ants are i* this respect superior to man.
In one of our old Sanskrit books, there is a verse which can be translatecl as fbllows;,, For the farnily, sacrifice the individual, for the community, the family, for the country, rhe cornmunity, and for the soul, the whole lvorld." what the soul is, few of us can know r:r tell, and each one of us can interpret it in a different way. But the lesson this Sanskrit verse teaches us is the same lesson of cc,- operation and sacrifice fbr the larger goocl. We, in Inclia had forgotten the sovereign path to real greatness for many a day so we ha<l fallen. But again we seem to have glimpses of it, and all the country is astir' FIow wonderfil it is to see men and women ancl boys and girls, smilingly going ahead in I'dia,s
cause and not caring about any pain or suffering! well may they smile and be glad, for the joy of serving in a great callse is theirs; and to those who are fortunate, comes the joy of sacrifice also.
l. Point out the thene of the passage in one sentence.
2. In r,.rhat maru1er bees and ants are superior to man? 3. What is the lesson of the Sanskrit Verse for mankind? 4' What is the motivation for men, wornen, boys and girls in India today that keeps them glad and smiling?
Q. No.3 write a' Essay in about 300 words on any one of the tbllowing topics;
Marks:30
A) If Winter conles, Can spring be far behind?
B) Wornan's Emancipation
C) The Probiern of Rising prices
D) Democracy in India
Q. No. 4 Point out lhe worcl which is the most nearly the sarne in meaning.
Marks:5
ENTHUSIASTIC
(A) Vigorous
(D) Monotonous
(B) llumorous
(E) Energetic
(C) Zealous
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ACUMEN
(A) Accuracy (B) Sharpness of mind (C) Bureaucracy
(D) A man with acutp vision (E) Accurate.
usuR_EB
(A) A money lender (B) A useful person (C) A useless woman
(D) A rouge (E) An accused.
MATRIARCH
(A) Patriarch (B) Fratemal (C) Materialist
(D) Monarch (E) A woman, head of the family.
PTIILAILDER.ER
(A) An irnmoral person (B) An amoral person (C) A real martyr
(D) A woman hunter (E) An atheist
Q. No. 5 Rewrite the sentences as directed
.; . Marks:S
(A) The box was opened up (Change the Voice)
(B) Open the door (Add a suitable tag)
(C) She asked me "Why are you always late for dinner" (Change the Narration)
(D) Your action is condemnable (Change the sentence in Negative without changing its sense)
(E) It was too hot to go out (Remove 'oToo")
Q. No.6 Suggest one word substitute for the following:
Marks:5
(A) Too much of official formality.
(B) One who is all powerful.
(C) Custom of maniage with more than one person at a time.
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(D) Allowance to a wife fiom her husband on separation.
(E) Habit of walking in sleep.
Q.No.7 Use the following idioms in sentences of your own so as to bring out their meanings"
Marks:5
A) To puil the wires.
B) To turn tables on.
C) To pay through the nose.
D) To join issue with.
E) To hang fire.
Q.No.B Correct the following sentences.
Marks:10
1. I do not hardly know these boys.
2. We don't require any of the two books.
3. Both Lila as well as Sheela are absenr.
4. Each of us love our country.
5. I cannot avail ofthis offer.
6. Walk carefully that you may not sturnmble.
7. I admitted my brother into an engineering college.
8. She asked you how you did the rvork.
9. No sooner she opened the door that her father came back.
10. We had hardly reached the hill top that it began to rain.
YTN-EB-I2
Engtish amd &nnglish fissmY
h'I.&4. 100
A1l questions are comPulsorY
The number of'marks canied by each questiou is inclicnted al the end of the
questior-t
itearly rnention questio' mtnrber a'<1 pa't nun-rber SeJbre atien*tirlg
The parts of .+he ,*" qurution muit be airswerecl togctlrer an.t musl irol be
interposecl between anslvers to other questions
Linit l/oul' answer to tire rvorcl lirnits mentionecl tor each parl' llivide yortr tinle
proportionately for each question
Q. No.1 Make a precis of the following pnssage. Also assign a suititble title to it'
h'{arks: 20
olcl age, it is saicl, clisqualifies us from taking :rir active part in the great scenes oi
business. But in what scenes? Let me ask. If in those which require the strength atrcl vivacity of yotrth' I
readily adinit the charge; but are ther"e no other-none which are particularly appropriated to tire evening
of life, and which being execr-rted by the powe's of the urincl ancl perlbctl;' consistent with a lcss
vigorons st.te of body? Nothing can be more voicl of foundation than to asseil that old ;rge necessarily
disquarifies a ,'rarl for the great affairs of the worrd. As r,velr might it be affinnerl that tlre pilot is totally
useless a'd unengagerl irr the business of the ship, because, while the rest ot'tlre crew ''re
more actively
employed i' their respective clepartme'ts, he sits cluictly at trre helur and tlirecls its *rotir:'' if in the
great scertcs o1'busi'ess an old ulall cannot perfion' a par-' *'hich reqnires tlie lbrce ancl energ;:r cf
vigorous year-s, he can act none the less in a nobler and more important cltaiacter' it is not by exefiic'tls
of corporeal strength anci activity that the momentous affairs of the state are concluctecl; it is by cool
deliberation, by pmclent counsel and by that authoritative influence whichever attends on public esteetnq'alifications
r,vhich are so far from being impaired that they are ustiaily strengtrrened and irnproved by
increase ofyears.
Q. No.2 Read the fotlowing passage carefully and answer in your words the quesfions that follolv:
Marl*s: 20
Man,s grorl,th frorn 6arbarism to civilization supposecl to be the theme of history' But
sometirnes, looki'g at great stretclres of history, it is clifficult to believe that this icieal has nrade nrltch
progress or that ws are very nruch civilizecl or advancecl. There is enough of u'aut of co-operation toclay"
of one country or peopie selfishl-v atlael itrg or oppresshtg al'iotlter, of oue titatr cxploiting another'
Tim,' 'l [Irs
Note: j)
ii)
iii)
vi)
v)
VTN-88.12
L.r
I'
It is well to remember that in nlany ways, rnan has not made very great progress fiom th,, other animals' It nray be that in certain ways some animals are superior to him still. we look tlowrr upon the insects as almost the lowest of living things. And yet the tiny bees and ants have learnt the lesson of co-operation and of sacrifice for the common good far better than man. If mutual co-operation aud sacrifice or the good society are the test of civilization, we may say that the bees and ants are i* this respect superior to man.
In one of our old Sanskrit books, there is a verse which can be translatecl as fbllows;,, For the farnily, sacrifice the individual, for the community, the family, for the country, rhe cornmunity, and for the soul, the whole lvorld." what the soul is, few of us can know r:r tell, and each one of us can interpret it in a different way. But the lesson this Sanskrit verse teaches us is the same lesson of cc,- operation and sacrifice fbr the larger goocl. We, in Inclia had forgotten the sovereign path to real greatness for many a day so we ha<l fallen. But again we seem to have glimpses of it, and all the country is astir' FIow wonderfil it is to see men and women ancl boys and girls, smilingly going ahead in I'dia,s
cause and not caring about any pain or suffering! well may they smile and be glad, for the joy of serving in a great callse is theirs; and to those who are fortunate, comes the joy of sacrifice also.
l. Point out the thene of the passage in one sentence.
2. In r,.rhat maru1er bees and ants are superior to man? 3. What is the lesson of the Sanskrit Verse for mankind? 4' What is the motivation for men, wornen, boys and girls in India today that keeps them glad and smiling?
Q. No.3 write a' Essay in about 300 words on any one of the tbllowing topics;
Marks:30
A) If Winter conles, Can spring be far behind?
B) Wornan's Emancipation
C) The Probiern of Rising prices
D) Democracy in India
Q. No. 4 Point out lhe worcl which is the most nearly the sarne in meaning.
Marks:5
ENTHUSIASTIC
(A) Vigorous
(D) Monotonous
(B) llumorous
(E) Energetic
(C) Zealous
VTN.EB-12
ACUMEN
(A) Accuracy (B) Sharpness of mind (C) Bureaucracy
(D) A man with acutp vision (E) Accurate.
usuR_EB
(A) A money lender (B) A useful person (C) A useless woman
(D) A rouge (E) An accused.
MATRIARCH
(A) Patriarch (B) Fratemal (C) Materialist
(D) Monarch (E) A woman, head of the family.
PTIILAILDER.ER
(A) An irnmoral person (B) An amoral person (C) A real martyr
(D) A woman hunter (E) An atheist
Q. No. 5 Rewrite the sentences as directed
.; . Marks:S
(A) The box was opened up (Change the Voice)
(B) Open the door (Add a suitable tag)
(C) She asked me "Why are you always late for dinner" (Change the Narration)
(D) Your action is condemnable (Change the sentence in Negative without changing its sense)
(E) It was too hot to go out (Remove 'oToo")
Q. No.6 Suggest one word substitute for the following:
Marks:5
(A) Too much of official formality.
(B) One who is all powerful.
(C) Custom of maniage with more than one person at a time.
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(D) Allowance to a wife fiom her husband on separation.
(E) Habit of walking in sleep.
Q.No.7 Use the following idioms in sentences of your own so as to bring out their meanings"
Marks:5
A) To puil the wires.
B) To turn tables on.
C) To pay through the nose.
D) To join issue with.
E) To hang fire.
Q.No.B Correct the following sentences.
Marks:10
1. I do not hardly know these boys.
2. We don't require any of the two books.
3. Both Lila as well as Sheela are absenr.
4. Each of us love our country.
5. I cannot avail ofthis offer.
6. Walk carefully that you may not sturnmble.
7. I admitted my brother into an engineering college.
8. She asked you how you did the rvork.
9. No sooner she opened the door that her father came back.
10. We had hardly reached the hill top that it began to rain.
YTN-EB-I2
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Question Booklet Series
GENERAL STUDIES
Time Allowed: Two Hours Marks: 100
Name: Roll No.
Read instructions giaenbelow before opening this booklet:
1.
2.
3.
Use only BLUE Ball Point Pen.
In case of any defect - Misprint, Missing Question/s Get the booklet changed.
No complaint shall be entertained after the examination.
Before you mark the answer, read the instruction on the OMR Sheet (Answer
Sheet) also before attempting the questions and fill the particulars in the
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Re: Itni Shanti

Posted by Dharna Singh, (2017-02-28 23:20:58)

Time ko badhiya se utilise karo.
Prepare well.
And side by side write petitions to HPSC regarding reforms like :
1. Inter optional Parity (scaling)
2. Inter examiner parity ( moderation)
3. Age reduction
4. Limited attempts
5. UPSC pattern (one optional)
6. Punjab pattern (no optional)
7. Exam on annual basis (like UK, HP, UP etc)
8. CSAT qualifying like PPSC, HPPSC, UPSC etc.
Write letters to Chairman, members and secretary.

Dont just wait for notification. They will hesitate to make any changes after notification is published.

In Haryana dont just rely on your preparation. They can axe u on the basis of optional subject u choose.

Its better to send as many petitions as possible before notification. Baad mein mehnat karke bhi fail hone ka dukh bada bekar hota hai. Like it happened this time. Toppers of optional like geog and pub ad didnt qualify while even average scorers of maths, physics, zoology got good ranks. Aur baad mein petition HPSC nahi HC aur SC bhejni padengi. Aur fayada koi nahi hoga except wastage of time and money.

Re: HCS

Posted by HCS, (2017-02-28 19:24:41)

ITNI SHANTI KYUN H BHAIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII

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Lagta hai kushmanda ne iss bande ki buri tarah le li hai dard abhi tak hai.

Re: Kushmanda coaching lootne ki dukan

Posted by Civil service aspirant, (2017-02-25 18:34:10)

Kushmanda panipat farji h..yeh pese dekar hcs selected ki photo lagata h..candidates pls beware to this

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Q.3 Write a letter (in English ) from S.P Sharma, 987, Moti Bagh Colony, Bhopal to the
Editor, The Hindustan Times expressing your views on the abject commercializatron
and falling standards of education in India. The length of the letter should be 200
words. 15 Marks
Q.4 Write a letter (in Hindi) in about 200 words to the Environment Minister of your state,
suggesting ways and means to control the problem of Noise and Water Pollution in the
urban areas. The letter should be written from Jagmohan, Secretary, NIRMAL, NGO,
LUCKNOW. 10 Marks
Q.5 Write aparagraph (in about200 words) in English on any one of the following topics:
10 Marks
a) Life in a Big City
b) The Problem of Rising Prices
c) Comrption in Public Places
d) Street Beggars
e) Road Accidents
Q.6 Distinguish the meanings of the following phrases by using them in sentences of your own?
10 Marks
a) run up
run down
b) set up
set in
c) call on
call in
d) turn on
turn down
e) to bring up
to bring about
Q.7 Conect the following sentences: 5 Marks
a) You made him to write that letter.
b) None of the five hundred candidates were selected.
c) He asked me how long would he be waiting.
d) I shall not buy some mangoes.
e) He did not ring us up, nor he wrote to us.
Q.8 Punctuate the following passage: 5 Marks
my sons said he said he a great treasure lies hidden in the fields i am to leave you where is it
hid said the sons i am about to leave you said the dying old farmer but you must yourself dig
for it.
Arot2011 3
Re:

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-02-18 22:13:09)

Engtish amd &nnglish fissmY
h'I.&4. 100
A1l questions are comPulsorY
The number of'marks canied by each questiou is inclicnted al the end of the
questior-t
itearly rnention questio' mtnrber a'<1 pa't nun-rber SeJbre atien*tirlg
The parts of .+he ,*" qurution muit be airswerecl togctlrer an.t musl irol be
interposecl between anslvers to other questions
Linit l/oul' answer to tire rvorcl lirnits mentionecl tor each parl' llivide yortr tinle
proportionately for each question
Q. No.1 Make a precis of the following pnssage. Also assign a suititble title to it'
h'{arks: 20
olcl age, it is saicl, clisqualifies us from taking :rir active part in the great scenes oi
business. But in what scenes? Let me ask. If in those which require the strength atrcl vivacity of yotrth' I
readily adinit the charge; but are ther"e no other-none which are particularly appropriated to tire evening
of life, and which being execr-rted by the powe's of the urincl ancl perlbctl;' consistent with a lcss
vigorons st.te of body? Nothing can be more voicl of foundation than to asseil that old ;rge necessarily
disquarifies a ,'rarl for the great affairs of the worrd. As r,velr might it be affinnerl that tlre pilot is totally
useless a'd unengagerl irr the business of the ship, because, while the rest ot'tlre crew ''re
more actively
employed i' their respective clepartme'ts, he sits cluictly at trre helur and tlirecls its *rotir:'' if in the
great scertcs o1'busi'ess an old ulall cannot perfion' a par-' *'hich reqnires tlie lbrce ancl energ;:r cf
vigorous year-s, he can act none the less in a nobler and more important cltaiacter' it is not by exefiic'tls
of corporeal strength anci activity that the momentous affairs of the state are concluctecl; it is by cool
deliberation, by pmclent counsel and by that authoritative influence whichever attends on public esteetnq'alifications
r,vhich are so far from being impaired that they are ustiaily strengtrrened and irnproved by
increase ofyears.
Q. No.2 Read the fotlowing passage carefully and answer in your words the quesfions that follolv:
Marl*s: 20
Man,s grorl,th frorn 6arbarism to civilization supposecl to be the theme of history' But
sometirnes, looki'g at great stretclres of history, it is clifficult to believe that this icieal has nrade nrltch
progress or that ws are very nruch civilizecl or advancecl. There is enough of u'aut of co-operation toclay"
of one country or peopie selfishl-v atlael itrg or oppresshtg al'iotlter, of oue titatr cxploiting another'
Tim,' 'l [Irs
Note: j)
ii)
iii)
vi)
v)
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I'
It is well to remember that in nlany ways, rnan has not made very great progress fiom th,, other animals' It nray be that in certain ways some animals are superior to him still. we look tlowrr upon the insects as almost the lowest of living things. And yet the tiny bees and ants have learnt the lesson of co-operation and of sacrifice for the common good far better than man. If mutual co-operation aud sacrifice or the good society are the test of civilization, we may say that the bees and ants are i* this respect superior to man.
In one of our old Sanskrit books, there is a verse which can be translatecl as fbllows;,, For the farnily, sacrifice the individual, for the community, the family, for the country, rhe cornmunity, and for the soul, the whole lvorld." what the soul is, few of us can know r:r tell, and each one of us can interpret it in a different way. But the lesson this Sanskrit verse teaches us is the same lesson of cc,- operation and sacrifice fbr the larger goocl. We, in Inclia had forgotten the sovereign path to real greatness for many a day so we ha<l fallen. But again we seem to have glimpses of it, and all the country is astir' FIow wonderfil it is to see men and women ancl boys and girls, smilingly going ahead in I'dia,s
cause and not caring about any pain or suffering! well may they smile and be glad, for the joy of serving in a great callse is theirs; and to those who are fortunate, comes the joy of sacrifice also.
l. Point out the thene of the passage in one sentence.
2. In r,.rhat maru1er bees and ants are superior to man? 3. What is the lesson of the Sanskrit Verse for mankind? 4' What is the motivation for men, wornen, boys and girls in India today that keeps them glad and smiling?
Q. No.3 write a' Essay in about 300 words on any one of the tbllowing topics;
Marks:30
A) If Winter conles, Can spring be far behind?
B) Wornan's Emancipation
C) The Probiern of Rising prices
D) Democracy in India
Q. No. 4 Point out lhe worcl which is the most nearly the sarne in meaning.
Marks:5
ENTHUSIASTIC
(A) Vigorous
(D) Monotonous
(B) llumorous
(E) Energetic
(C) Zealous
VTN.EB-12
ACUMEN
(A) Accuracy (B) Sharpness of mind (C) Bureaucracy
(D) A man with acutp vision (E) Accurate.
usuR_EB
(A) A money lender (B) A useful person (C) A useless woman
(D) A rouge (E) An accused.
MATRIARCH
(A) Patriarch (B) Fratemal (C) Materialist
(D) Monarch (E) A woman, head of the family.
PTIILAILDER.ER
(A) An irnmoral person (B) An amoral person (C) A real martyr
(D) A woman hunter (E) An atheist
Q. No. 5 Rewrite the sentences as directed
.; . Marks:S
(A) The box was opened up (Change the Voice)
(B) Open the door (Add a suitable tag)
(C) She asked me "Why are you always late for dinner" (Change the Narration)
(D) Your action is condemnable (Change the sentence in Negative without changing its sense)
(E) It was too hot to go out (Remove 'oToo")
Q. No.6 Suggest one word substitute for the following:

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sr,ien i vgd a-o #qrr qs_A * | g{rd clftrfuffi, srs ffi rtrS
+ETtr6 nS rel ffi qsd gsn aed eff t we #o, A fu s++qr
+i E) r$€ttrl Ers dFA I o+{ d o*{ ildr fr qrq: sq+er *i * I
fuT fr or$ EmreEr + dJ}{ qlq #fir Ent oilEral aS + rftb?rr
g+{ a at$ urmaar erqr En:u r{rb?rr A t qe aft srs * fu uga +t
#'il a o{TA rairrcr ErFrcEr d or+qe rga rt ergrcr 6FI f6'u I qrql
qft saral Eninzr orar +dr d a of{ aft oTRr6 oregt ffiftr mr} t
firq gsq sf{ H rFr yqlsqu qsA at erden sTftro o n * t
strat errg eft GrRr6 a-d * | €rrfuu rtr6) il6-A t ftu otrr
ffird Ete d ftu GTRro, or$ oTEfirr{ qrq * t
ffi sra, EarrS r€iqtfr qFA dff ftE-{ff aft sraqar al srden
GTftro, rJ.d}rd * t qsd at r{erdrt {fffu eff t i arf s+{ rl ersraq
# d grsr ftr$ €{ eff t i ailar an-crrg Fr rrir sn'+-qq a-+i ot}{
alq -F{ srEre g 1 wrq Gilqfffi rft}Et?il tS ?Td} $ qffi f t rra
FnS oTfb6 d# €{ f6 cna qRma n eEH ddr il} * + g$ aq
o= qrd t
ATOl2011
Q.3 Write a letter (in English ) from S.P Sharma, 987, Moti Bagh Colony, Bhopal to the
Editor, The Hindustan Times expressing your views on the abject commercializatron
and falling standards of education in India. The length of the letter should be 200
words. 15 Marks
Q.4 Write a letter (in Hindi) in about 200 words to the Environment Minister of your state,
suggesting ways and means to control the problem of Noise and Water Pollution in the
urban areas. The letter should be written from Jagmohan, Secretary, NIRMAL, NGO,
LUCKNOW. 10 Marks
Q.5 Write aparagraph (in about200 words) in English on any one of the following topics:
10 Marks
a) Life in a Big City
b) The Problem of Rising Prices
c) Comrption in Public Places
d) Street Beggars
e) Road Accidents
Q.6 Distinguish the meanings of the following phrases by using them in sentences of your own?
10 Marks
a) run up
run down
b) set up
set in
c) call on
call in
d) turn on
turn down
e) to bring up
to bring about
Q.7 Conect the following sentences: 5 Marks
a) You made him to write that letter.
b) None of the five hundred candidates were selected.
c) He asked me how long would he be waiting.
d) I shall not buy some mangoes.
e) He did not ring us up, nor he wrote to us.
Q.8 Punctuate the following passage: 5 Marks
my sons said he said he a great treasure lies hidden in the fields i am to leave you where is it
hid said the sons i am about to leave you said the dying old farmer but you must yourself dig
for it.
Arot2011 3
Re:

Posted by Anonymous Guest, (2017-02-18 22:13:09)

Engtish amd &nnglish fissmY
h'I.&4. 100
A1l questions are comPulsorY
The number of'marks canied by each questiou is inclicnted al the end of the
questior-t
itearly rnention questio' mtnrber a'<1 pa't nun-rber SeJbre atien*tirlg
The parts of .+he ,*" qurution muit be airswerecl togctlrer an.t musl irol be
interposecl between anslvers to other questions
Linit l/oul' answer to tire rvorcl lirnits mentionecl tor each parl' llivide yortr tinle
proportionately for each question
Q. No.1 Make a precis of the following pnssage. Also assign a suititble title to it'
h'{arks: 20
olcl age, it is saicl, clisqualifies us from taking :rir active part in the great scenes oi
business. But in what scenes? Let me ask. If in those which require the strength atrcl vivacity of yotrth' I
readily adinit the charge; but are ther"e no other-none which are particularly appropriated to tire evening
of life, and which being execr-rted by the powe's of the urincl ancl perlbctl;' consistent with a lcss
vigorons st.te of body? Nothing can be more voicl of foundation than to asseil that old ;rge necessarily
disquarifies a ,'rarl for the great affairs of the worrd. As r,velr might it be affinnerl that tlre pilot is totally
useless a'd unengagerl irr the business of the ship, because, while the rest ot'tlre crew ''re
more actively
employed i' their respective clepartme'ts, he sits cluictly at trre helur and tlirecls its *rotir:'' if in the
great scertcs o1'busi'ess an old ulall cannot perfion' a par-' *'hich reqnires tlie lbrce ancl energ;:r cf
vigorous year-s, he can act none the less in a nobler and more important cltaiacter' it is not by exefiic'tls
of corporeal strength anci activity that the momentous affairs of the state are concluctecl; it is by cool
deliberation, by pmclent counsel and by that authoritative influence whichever attends on public esteetnq'alifications
r,vhich are so far from being impaired that they are ustiaily strengtrrened and irnproved by
increase ofyears.
Q. No.2 Read the fotlowing passage carefully and answer in your words the quesfions that follolv:
Marl*s: 20
Man,s grorl,th frorn 6arbarism to civilization supposecl to be the theme of history' But
sometirnes, looki'g at great stretclres of history, it is clifficult to believe that this icieal has nrade nrltch
progress or that ws are very nruch civilizecl or advancecl. There is enough of u'aut of co-operation toclay"
of one country or peopie selfishl-v atlael itrg or oppresshtg al'iotlter, of oue titatr cxploiting another'
Tim,' 'l [Irs
Note: j)
ii)
iii)
vi)
v)
VTN-88.12
L.r
I'
It is well to remember that in nlany ways, rnan has not made very great progress fiom th,, other animals' It nray be that in certain ways some animals are superior to him still. we look tlowrr upon the insects as almost the lowest of living things. And yet the tiny bees and ants have learnt the lesson of co-operation and of sacrifice for the common good far better than man. If mutual co-operation aud sacrifice or the good society are the test of civilization, we may say that the bees and ants are i* this respect superior to man.
In one of our old Sanskrit books, there is a verse which can be translatecl as fbllows;,, For the farnily, sacrifice the individual, for the community, the family, for the country, rhe cornmunity, and for the soul, the whole lvorld." what the soul is, few of us can know r:r tell, and each one of us can interpret it in a different way. But the lesson this Sanskrit verse teaches us is the same lesson of cc,- operation and sacrifice fbr the larger goocl. We, in Inclia had forgotten the sovereign path to real greatness for many a day so we ha<l fallen. But again we seem to have glimpses of it, and all the country is astir' FIow wonderfil it is to see men and women ancl boys and girls, smilingly going ahead in I'dia,s
cause and not caring about any pain or suffering! well may they smile and be glad, for the joy of serving in a great callse is theirs; and to those who are fortunate, comes the joy of sacrifice also.
l. Point out the thene of the passage in one sentence.
2. In r,.rhat maru1er bees and ants are superior to man? 3. What is the lesson of the Sanskrit Verse for mankind? 4' What is the motivation for men, wornen, boys and girls in India today that keeps them glad and smiling?
Q. No.3 write a' Essay in about 300 words on any one of the tbllowing topics;
Marks:30
A) If Winter conles, Can spring be far behind?
B) Wornan's Emancipation
C) The Probiern of Rising prices
D) Democracy in India
Q. No. 4 Point out lhe worcl which is the most nearly the sarne in meaning.
Marks:5
ENTHUSIASTIC
(A) Vigorous
(D) Monotonous
(B) llumorous
(E) Energetic
(C) Zealous
VTN.EB-12
ACUMEN
(A) Accuracy (B) Sharpness of mind (C) Bureaucracy
(D) A man with acutp vision (E) Accurate.
usuR_EB
(A) A money lender (B) A useful person (C) A useless woman
(D) A rouge (E) An accused.
MATRIARCH
(A) Patriarch (B) Fratemal (C) Materialist
(D) Monarch (E) A woman, head of the family.
PTIILAILDER.ER
(A) An irnmoral person (B) An amoral person (C) A real martyr
(D) A woman hunter (E) An atheist
Q. No. 5 Rewrite the sentences as directed
.; . Marks:S
(A) The box was opened up (Change the Voice)
(B) Open the door (Add a suitable tag)
(C) She asked me "Why are you always late for dinner" (Change the Narration)
(D) Your action is condemnable (Change the sentence in Negative without changing its sense)
(E) It was too hot to go out (Remove 'oToo")
Q. No.6 Suggest one word substitute for the following:
Marks:5
(A) Too much of official formality.
(B) One who is all powerful.
(C) Custom of maniage with more than one person at a time.
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(D) Allowance to a wife fiom her husband on separation.
(E) Habit of walking in sleep.
Q.No.7 Use the following idioms in sentences of your own so as to bring out their meanings"
Marks:5
A) To puil the wires.
B) To turn tables on.
C) To pay through the nose.
D) To join issue with.
E) To hang fire.
Q.No.B Correct the following sentences.
Marks:10
1. I do not hardly know these boys.
2. We don't require any of the two books.
3. Both Lila as well as Sheela are absenr.
4. Each of us love our country.
5. I cannot avail ofthis offer.
6. Walk carefully that you may not sturnmble.
7. I admitted my brother into an engineering college.
8. She asked you how you did the rvork.
9. No sooner she opened the door that her father came back.
10. We had hardly reached the hill top that it began to rain.
YTN-EB-I2
Engtish amd &nnglish fissmY
h'I.&4. 100
A1l questions are comPulsorY
The number of'marks canied by each questiou is inclicnted al the end of the
questior-t
itearly rnention questio' mtnrber a'<1 pa't nun-rber SeJbre atien*tirlg
The parts of .+he ,*" qurution muit be airswerecl togctlrer an.t musl irol be
interposecl between anslvers to other questions
Linit l/oul' answer to tire rvorcl lirnits mentionecl tor each parl' llivide yortr tinle
proportionately for each question
Q. No.1 Make a precis of the following pnssage. Also assign a suititble title to it'
h'{arks: 20
olcl age, it is saicl, clisqualifies us from taking :rir active part in the great scenes oi
business. But in what scenes? Let me ask. If in those which require the strength atrcl vivacity of yotrth' I
readily adinit the charge; but are ther"e no other-none which are particularly appropriated to tire evening
of life, and which being execr-rted by the powe's of the urincl ancl perlbctl;' consistent with a lcss
vigorons st.te of body? Nothing can be more voicl of foundation than to asseil that old ;rge necessarily
disquarifies a ,'rarl for the great affairs of the worrd. As r,velr might it be affinnerl that tlre pilot is totally
useless a'd unengagerl irr the business of the ship, because, while the rest ot'tlre crew ''re
more actively
employed i' their respective clepartme'ts, he sits cluictly at trre helur and tlirecls its *rotir:'' if in the
great scertcs o1'busi'ess an old ulall cannot perfion' a par-' *'hich reqnires tlie lbrce ancl energ;:r cf
vigorous year-s, he can act none the less in a nobler and more important cltaiacter' it is not by exefiic'tls
of corporeal strength anci activity that the momentous affairs of the state are concluctecl; it is by cool
deliberation, by pmclent counsel and by that authoritative influence whichever attends on public esteetnq'alifications
r,vhich are so far from being impaired that they are ustiaily strengtrrened and irnproved by
increase ofyears.
Q. No.2 Read the fotlowing passage carefully and answer in your words the quesfions that follolv:
Marl*s: 20
Man,s grorl,th frorn 6arbarism to civilization supposecl to be the theme of history' But
sometirnes, looki'g at great stretclres of history, it is clifficult to believe that this icieal has nrade nrltch
progress or that ws are very nruch civilizecl or advancecl. There is enough of u'aut of co-operation toclay"
of one country or peopie selfishl-v atlael itrg or oppresshtg al'iotlter, of oue titatr cxploiting another'
Tim,' 'l [Irs
Note: j)
ii)
iii)
vi)
v)
VTN-88.12
L.r
I'
It is well to remember that in nlany ways, rnan has not made very great progress fiom th,, other animals' It nray be that in certain ways some animals are superior to him still. we look tlowrr upon the insects as almost the lowest of living things. And yet the tiny bees and ants have learnt the lesson of co-operation and of sacrifice for the common good far better than man. If mutual co-operation aud sacrifice or the good society are the test of civilization, we may say that the bees and ants are i* this respect superior to man.
In one of our old Sanskrit books, there is a verse which can be translatecl as fbllows;,, For the farnily, sacrifice the individual, for the community, the family, for the country, rhe cornmunity, and for the soul, the whole lvorld." what the soul is, few of us can know r:r tell, and each one of us can interpret it in a different way. But the lesson this Sanskrit verse teaches us is the same lesson of cc,- operation and sacrifice fbr the larger goocl. We, in Inclia had forgotten the sovereign path to real greatness for many a day so we ha<l fallen. But again we seem to have glimpses of it, and all the country is astir' FIow wonderfil it is to see men and women ancl boys and girls, smilingly going ahead in I'dia,s
cause and not caring about any pain or suffering! well may they smile and be glad, for the joy of serving in a great callse is theirs; and to those who are fortunate, comes the joy of sacrifice also.
l. Point out the thene of the passage in one sentence.
2. In r,.rhat maru1er bees and ants are superior to man? 3. What is the lesson of the Sanskrit Verse for mankind? 4' What is the motivation for men, wornen, boys and girls in India today that keeps them glad and smiling?
Q. No.3 write a' Essay in about 300 words on any one of the tbllowing topics;
Marks:30
A) If Winter conles, Can spring be far behind?
B) Wornan's Emancipation
C) The Probiern of Rising prices
D) Democracy in India
Q. No. 4 Point out lhe worcl which is the most nearly the sarne in meaning.
Marks:5
ENTHUSIASTIC
(A) Vigorous
(D) Monotonous
(B) llumorous
(E) Energetic
(C) Zealous
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ACUMEN
(A) Accuracy (B) Sharpness of mind (C) Bureaucracy
(D) A man with acutp vision (E) Accurate.
usuR_EB
(A) A money lender (B) A useful person (C) A useless woman
(D) A rouge (E) An accused.
MATRIARCH
(A) Patriarch (B) Fratemal (C) Materialist
(D) Monarch (E) A woman, head of the family.
PTIILAILDER.ER
(A) An irnmoral person (B) An amoral person (C) A real martyr
(D) A woman hunter (E) An atheist
Q. No. 5 Rewrite the sentences as directed
.; . Marks:S
(A) The box was opened up (Change the Voice)
(B) Open the door (Add a suitable tag)
(C) She asked me "Why are you always late for dinner" (Change the Narration)
(D) Your action is condemnable (Change the sentence in Negative without changing its sense)
(E) It was too hot to go out (Remove 'oToo")
Q. No.6 Suggest one word substitute for the following:
Marks:5
(A) Too much of official formality.
(B) One who is all powerful.
(C) Custom of maniage with more than one person at a time.
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(D) Allowance to a wife fiom her husband on separation.
(E) Habit of walking in sleep.
Q.No.7 Use the following idioms in sentences of your own so as to bring out their meanings"
Marks:5
A) To puil the wires.
B) To turn tables on.
C) To pay through the nose.
D) To join issue with.
E) To hang fire.
Q.No.B Correct the following sentences.
Marks:10
1. I do not hardly know these boys.
2. We don't require any of the two books.
3. Both Lila as well as Sheela are absenr.
4. Each of us love our country.
5. I cannot avail ofthis offer.
6. Walk carefully that you may not sturnmble.
7. I admitted my brother into an engineering college.
8. She asked you how you did the rvork.
9. No sooner she opened the door that her father came back.
10. We had hardly reached the hill top that it began to rain.
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Linit l/oul' answer to tire rvorcl lirnits mentionecl tor each parl' llivide yortr tinle
proportionately for each question
Q. No.1 Make a precis of the following pnssage. Also assign a suititble title to it'
h'{arks: 20
olcl age, it is saicl, clisqualifies us from taking :rir active part in the great scenes oi
business. But in what scenes? Let me ask. If in those which require the strength atrcl vivacity of yotrth' I
readily adinit the charge; but are ther"e no other-none which are particularly appropriated to tire evening
of life, and which being execr-rted by the powe's of the urincl ancl perlbctl;' consistent with a lcss
vigorons st.te of body? Nothing can be more voicl of foundation than to asseil that old ;rge necessarily
disquarifies a ,'rarl for the great affairs of the worrd. As r,velr might it be affinnerl that tlre pilot is totally
useless a'd unengagerl irr the business of the ship, because, while the rest ot'tlre crew ''re
more actively
employed i' their respective clepartme'ts, he sits cluictly at trre helur and tlirecls its *rotir:'' if in the
great scertcs o1'busi'ess an old ulall cannot perfion' a par-' *'hich reqnires tlie lbrce ancl energ;:r cf
vigorous year-s, he can act none the less in a nobler and more important cltaiacter' it is not by exefiic'tls
of corporeal strength anci activity that the momentous affairs of the state are concluctecl; it is by cool
deliberation, by pmclent counsel and by that authoritative influence whichever attends on public esteetnq'alifications
r,vhich are so far from being impaired that they are ustiaily strengtrrened and irnproved by
increase ofyears.
Q. No.2 Read the fotlowing passage carefully and answer in your words the quesfions that follolv:
Marl*s: 20
Man,s grorl,th frorn 6arbarism to civilization supposecl to be the theme of history' But
sometirnes, looki'g at great stretclres of history, it is clifficult to believe that this icieal has nrade nrltch
progress or that ws are very nruch civilizecl or advancecl. There is enough of u'aut of co-operation toclay"
of one country or peopie selfishl-v atlael itrg or oppresshtg al'iotlter, of oue titatr cxploiting another'
Tim,' 'l [Irs
Note: j)
ii)
iii)
vi)
v)
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It is well to remember that in nlany ways, rnan has not made very great progress fiom th,, other animals' It nray be that in certain ways some animals are superior to him still. we look tlowrr upon the insects as almost the lowest of living things. And yet the tiny bees and ants have learnt the lesson of co-operation and of sacrifice for the common good far better than man. If mutual co-operation aud sacrifice or the good society are the test of civilization, we may say that the bees and ants are i* this respect superior to man.
In one of our old Sanskrit books, there is a verse which can be translatecl as fbllows;,, For the farnily, sacrifice the individual, for the community, the family, for the country, rhe cornmunity, and for the soul, the whole lvorld." what the soul is, few of us can know r:r tell, and each one of us can interpret it in a different way. But the lesson this Sanskrit verse teaches us is the same lesson of cc,- operation and sacrifice fbr the larger goocl. We, in Inclia had forgotten the sovereign path to real greatness for many a day so we ha<l fallen. But again we seem to have glimpses of it, and all the country is astir' FIow wonderfil it is to see men and women ancl boys and girls, smilingly going ahead in I'dia,s
cause and not caring about any pain or suffering! well may they smile and be glad, for the joy of serving in a great callse is theirs; and to those who are fortunate, comes the joy of sacrifice also.
l. Point out the thene of the passage in one sentence.
2. In r,.rhat maru1er bees and ants are superior to man? 3. What is the lesson of the Sanskrit Verse for mankind? 4' What is the motivation for men, wornen, boys and girls in India today that keeps them glad and smiling?
Q. No.3 write a' Essay in about 300 words on any one of the tbllowing topics;
Marks:30
A) If Winter conles, Can spring be far behind?
B) Wornan's Emancipation
C) The Probiern of Rising prices
D) Democracy in India
Q. No. 4 Point out lhe worcl which is the most nearly the sarne in meaning.
Marks:5
ENTHUSIASTIC
(A) Vigorous
(D) Monotonous
(B) llumorous
(E) Energetic
(C) Zealous
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ACUMEN
(A) Accuracy (B) Sharpness of mind (C) Bureaucracy
(D) A man with acutp vision (E) Accurate.
usuR_EB
(A) A money lender (B) A useful person (C) A useless woman
(D) A rouge (E) An accused.
MATRIARCH
(A) Patriarch (B) Fratemal (C) Materialist
(D) Monarch (E) A woman, head of the family.
PTIILAILDER.ER
(A) An irnmoral person (B) An amoral person (C) A real martyr
(D) A woman hunter (E) An atheist
Q. No. 5 Rewrite the sentences as directed
.; . Marks:S
(A) The box was opened up (Change the Voice)
(B) Open the door (Add a suitable tag)
(C) She asked me "Why are you always late for dinner" (Change the Narration)
(D) Your action is condemnable (Change the sentence in Negative without changing its sense)
(E) It was too hot to go out (Remove 'oToo")
Q. No.6 Suggest one word substitute for the following:
Marks:5
(A) Too much of official formality.
(B) One who is all powerful.
(C) Custom of maniage with more than one person at a time.
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(D) Allowance to a wife fiom her husband on separation.
(E) Habit of walking in sleep.
Q.No.7 Use the following idioms in sentences of your own so as to bring out their meanings"
Marks:5
A) To puil the wires.
B) To turn tables on.
C) To pay through the nose.
D) To join issue with.
E) To hang fire.
Q.No.B Correct the following sentences.
Marks:10
1. I do not hardly know these boys.
2. We don't require any of the two books.
3. Both Lila as well as Sheela are absenr.
4. Each of us love our country.
5. I cannot avail ofthis offer.
6. Walk carefully that you may not sturnmble.
7. I admitted my brother into an engineering college.
8. She asked you how you did the rvork.
9. No sooner she opened the door that her father came back.
10. We had hardly reached the hill top that it began to rain.
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Editor, The Hindustan Times expressing your views on the abject commercializatron
and falling standards of education in India. The length of the letter should be 200
words. 15 Marks
Q.4 Write a letter (in Hindi) in about 200 words to the Environment Minister of your state,
suggesting ways and means to control the problem of Noise and Water Pollution in the
urban areas. The letter should be written from Jagmohan, Secretary, NIRMAL, NGO,
LUCKNOW. 10 Marks
Q.5 Write aparagraph (in about200 words) in English on any one of the following topics:
10 Marks
a) Life in a Big City
b) The Problem of Rising Prices
c) Comrption in Public Places
d) Street Beggars
e) Road Accidents
Q.6 Distinguish the meanings of the following phrases by using them in sentences of your own?
10 Marks
a) run up
run down
b) set up
set in
c) call on
call in
d) turn on
turn down
e) to bring up
to bring about
Q.7 Conect the following sentences: 5 Marks
a) You made him to write that letter.
b) None of the five hundred candidates were selected.
c) He asked me how long would he be waiting.
d) I shall not buy some mangoes.
e) He did not ring us up, nor he wrote to us.
Q.8 Punctuate the following passage: 5 Marks
my sons said he said he a great treasure lies hidden in the fields i am to leave you where is it
hid said the sons i am about to leave you said the dying old farmer but you must yourself dig
for it.
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Engtish amd &nnglish fissmY
h'I.&4. 100
A1l questions are comPulsorY
The number of'marks canied by each questiou is inclicnted al the end of the
questior-t
itearly rnention questio' mtnrber a'<1 pa't nun-rber SeJbre atien*tirlg
The parts of .+he ,*" qurution muit be airswerecl togctlrer an.t musl irol be
interposecl between anslvers to other questions
Linit l/oul' answer to tire rvorcl lirnits mentionecl tor each parl' llivide yortr tinle
proportionately for each question
Q. No.1 Make a precis of the following pnssage. Also assign a suititble title to it'
h'{arks: 20
olcl age, it is saicl, clisqualifies us from taking :rir active part in the great scenes oi
business. But in what scenes? Let me ask. If in those which require the strength atrcl vivacity of yotrth' I
readily adinit the charge; but are ther"e no other-none which are particularly appropriated to tire evening
of life, and which being execr-rted by the powe's of the urincl ancl perlbctl;' consistent with a lcss
vigorons st.te of body? Nothing can be more voicl of foundation than to asseil that old ;rge necessarily
disquarifies a ,'rarl for the great affairs of the worrd. As r,velr might it be affinnerl that tlre pilot is totally
useless a'd unengagerl irr the business of the ship, because, while the rest ot'tlre crew ''re
more actively
employed i' their respective clepartme'ts, he sits cluictly at trre helur and tlirecls its *rotir:'' if in the
great scertcs o1'busi'ess an old ulall cannot perfion' a par-' *'hich reqnires tlie lbrce ancl energ;:r cf
vigorous year-s, he can act none the less in a nobler and more important cltaiacter' it is not by exefiic'tls
of corporeal strength anci activity that the momentous affairs of the state are concluctecl; it is by cool
deliberation, by pmclent counsel and by that authoritative influence whichever attends on public esteetnq'alifications
r,vhich are so far from being impaired that they are ustiaily strengtrrened and irnproved by
increase ofyears.
Q. No.2 Read the fotlowing passage carefully and answer in your words the quesfions that follolv:
Marl*s: 20
Man,s grorl,th frorn 6arbarism to civilization supposecl to be the theme of history' But
sometirnes, looki'g at great stretclres of history, it is clifficult to believe that this icieal has nrade nrltch
progress or that ws are very nruch civilizecl or advancecl. There is enough of u'aut of co-operation toclay"
of one country or peopie selfishl-v atlael itrg or oppresshtg al'iotlter, of oue titatr cxploiting another'
Tim,' 'l [Irs
Note: j)
ii)
iii)
vi)
v)
VTN-88.12
L.r
I'
It is well to remember that in nlany ways, rnan has not made very great progress fiom th,, other animals' It nray be that in certain ways some animals are superior to him still. we look tlowrr upon the insects as almost the lowest of living things. And yet the tiny bees and ants have learnt the lesson of co-operation and of sacrifice for the common good far better than man. If mutual co-operation aud sacrifice or the good society are the test of civilization, we may say that the bees and ants are i* this respect superior to man.
In one of our old Sanskrit books, there is a verse which can be translatecl as fbllows;,, For the farnily, sacrifice the individual, for the community, the family, for the country, rhe cornmunity, and for the soul, the whole lvorld." what the soul is, few of us can know r:r tell, and each one of us can interpret it in a different way. But the lesson this Sanskrit verse teaches us is the same lesson of cc,- operation and sacrifice fbr the larger goocl. We, in Inclia had forgotten the sovereign path to real greatness for many a day so we ha<l fallen. But again we seem to have glimpses of it, and all the country is astir' FIow wonderfil it is to see men and women ancl boys and girls, smilingly going ahead in I'dia,s
cause and not caring about any pain or suffering! well may they smile and be glad, for the joy of serving in a great callse is theirs; and to those who are fortunate, comes the joy of sacrifice also.
l. Point out the thene of the passage in one sentence.
2. In r,.rhat maru1er bees and ants are superior to man? 3. What is the lesson of the Sanskrit Verse for mankind? 4' What is the motivation for men, wornen, boys and girls in India today that keeps them glad and smiling?
Q. No.3 write a' Essay in about 300 words on any one of the tbllowing topics;
Marks:30
A) If Winter conles, Can spring be far behind?
B) Wornan's Emancipation
C) The Probiern of Rising prices
D) Democracy in India
Q. No. 4 Point out lhe worcl which is the most nearly the sarne in meaning.
Marks:5
ENTHUSIASTIC
(A) Vigorous
(D) Monotonous
(B) llumorous
(E) Energetic
(C) Zealous
VTN.EB-12
ACUMEN
(A) Accuracy (B) Sharpness of mind (C) Bureaucracy
(D) A man with acutp vision (E) Accurate.
usuR_EB
(A) A money lender (B) A useful person (C) A useless woman
(D) A rouge (E) An accused.
MATRIARCH
(A) Patriarch (B) Fratemal (C) Materialist
(D) Monarch (E) A woman, head of the family.
PTIILAILDER.ER
(A) An irnmoral person (B) An amoral person (C) A real martyr
(D) A woman hunter (E) An atheist
Q. No. 5 Rewrite the sentences as directed
.; . Marks:S
(A) The box was opened up (Change the Voice)
(B) Open the door (Add a suitable tag)
(C) She asked me "Why are you always late for dinner" (Change the Narration)
(D) Your action is condemnable (Change the sentence in Negative without changing its sense)
(E) It was too hot to go out (Remove 'oToo")
Q. No.6 Suggest one word substitute for the following:
Marks:5
(A) Too much of official formality.
(B) One who is all powerful.
(C) Custom of maniage with more than one person at a time.
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(D) Allowance to a wife fiom her husband on separation.
(E) Habit of walking in sleep.
Q.No.7 Use the following idioms in sentences of your own so as to bring out their meanings"
Marks:5
A) To puil the wires.
B) To turn tables on.
C) To pay through the nose.
D) To join issue with.
E) To hang fire.
Q.No.B Correct the following sentences.
Marks:10
1. I do not hardly know these boys.
2. We don't require any of the two books.
3. Both Lila as well as Sheela are absenr.
4. Each of us love our country.
5. I cannot avail ofthis offer.
6. Walk carefully that you may not sturnmble.
7. I admitted my brother into an engineering college.
8. She asked you how you did the rvork.
9. No sooner she opened the door that her father came back.
10. We had hardly reached the hill top that it began to rain.
YTN-EB-I2
Engtish amd &nnglish fissmY
h'I.&4. 100
A1l questions are comPulsorY
The number of'marks canied by each questiou is inclicnted al the end of the
questior-t
itearly rnention questio' mtnrber a'<1 pa't nun-rber SeJbre atien*tirlg
The parts of .+he ,*" qurution muit be airswerecl togctlrer an.t musl irol be
interposecl between anslvers to other questions
Linit l/oul' answer to tire rvorcl lirnits mentionecl tor each parl' llivide yortr tinle
proportionately for each question
Q. No.1 Make a precis of the following pnssage. Also assign a suititble title to it'
h'{arks: 20
olcl age, it is saicl, clisqualifies us from taking :rir active part in the great scenes oi
business. But in what scenes? Let me ask. If in those which require the strength atrcl vivacity of yotrth' I
readily adinit the charge; but are ther"e no other-none which are particularly appropriated to tire evening
of life, and which being execr-rted by the powe's of the urincl ancl perlbctl;' consistent with a lcss
vigorons st.te of body? Nothing can be more voicl of foundation than to asseil that old ;rge necessarily
disquarifies a ,'rarl for the great affairs of the worrd. As r,velr might it be affinnerl that tlre pilot is totally
useless a'd unengagerl irr the business of the ship, because, while the rest ot'tlre crew ''re
more actively
employed i' their respective clepartme'ts, he sits cluictly at trre helur and tlirecls its *rotir:'' if in the
great scertcs o1'busi'ess an old ulall cannot perfion' a par-' *'hich reqnires tlie lbrce ancl energ;:r cf
vigorous year-s, he can act none the less in a nobler and more important cltaiacter' it is not by exefiic'tls
of corporeal strength anci activity that the momentous affairs of the state are concluctecl; it is by cool
deliberation, by pmclent counsel and by that authoritative influence whichever attends on public esteetnq'alifications
r,vhich are so far from being impaired that they are ustiaily strengtrrened and irnproved by
increase ofyears.
Q. No.2 Read the fotlowing passage carefully and answer in your words the quesfions that follolv:
Marl*s: 20
Man,s grorl,th frorn 6arbarism to civilization supposecl to be the theme of history' But
sometirnes, looki'g at great stretclres of history, it is clifficult to believe that this icieal has nrade nrltch
progress or that ws are very nruch civilizecl or advancecl. There is enough of u'aut of co-operation toclay"
of one country or peopie selfishl-v atlael itrg or oppresshtg al'iotlter, of oue titatr cxploiting another'
Tim,' 'l [Irs
Note: j)
ii)
iii)
vi)
v)
VTN-88.12
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cause and not caring about any pain or suffering! well may they smile and be glad, for the joy of serving in a great callse is theirs; and to those who are fortunate, comes the joy of sacrifice also.
l. Point out the thene of the passage in one sentence.
2. In r,.rhat maru1er bees and ants are superior to man? 3. What is the lesson of the Sanskrit Verse for mankind? 4' What is the motivation for men, wornen, boys and girls in India today that keeps them glad and smiling?
Q. No.3 write a' Essay in about 300 words on any one of the tbllowing topics;
Marks:30
A) If Winter conles, Can spring be far behind?
B) Wornan's Emancipation
C) The Probiern of Rising prices
D) Democracy in India
Q. No. 4 Point out lhe worcl which is the most nearly the sarne in meaning.
Marks:5
ENTHUSIASTIC
(A) Vigorous
(D) Monotonous
(B) llumorous
(E) Energetic
(C) Zealous
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ACUMEN
(A) Accuracy (B) Sharpness of mind (C) Bureaucracy
(D) A man with acutp vision (E) Accurate.
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(A) A money lender (B) A useful person (C) A useless woman
(D) A rouge (E) An accused.
MATRIARCH
(A) Patriarch (B) Fratemal (C) Materialist
(D) Monarch (E) A woman, head of the family.
PTIILAILDER.ER
(A) An irnmoral person (B) An amoral person (C) A real martyr
(D) A woman hunter (E) An atheist
Q. No. 5 Rewrite the sentences as directed
.; . Marks:S
(A) The box was opened up (Change the Voice)
(B) Open the door (Add a suitable tag)
(C) She asked me "Why are you always late for dinner" (Change the Narration)
(D) Your action is condemnable (Change the sentence in Negative without changing its sense)
(E) It was too hot to go out (Remove 'oToo")
Q. No.6 Suggest one word substitute for the following:
Marks:5
(A) Too much of official formality.
(B) One who is all powerful.
(C) Custom of maniage with more than one person at a time.
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(D) Allowance to a wife fiom her husband on separation.
(E) Habit of walking in sleep.
Q.No.7 Use the following idioms in sentences of your own so as to bring out their meanings"
Marks:5
A) To puil the wires.
B) To turn tables on.
C) To pay through the nose.
D) To join issue with.
E) To hang fire.
Q.No.B Correct the following sentences.
Marks:10
1. I do not hardly know these boys.
2. We don't require any of the two books.
3. Both Lila as well as Sheela are absenr.
4. Each of us love our country.
5. I cannot avail ofthis offer.
6. Walk carefully that you may not sturnmble.
7. I admitted my brother into an engineering college.
8. She asked you how you did the rvork.
9. No sooner she opened the door that her father came back.
10. We had hardly reached the hill top that it began to rain.
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olcl age, it is saicl, clisqualifies us from taking :rir active part in the great scenes oi
business. But in what scenes? Let me ask. If in those which require the strength atrcl vivacity of yotrth' I
readily adinit the charge; but are ther"e no other-none which are particularly appropriated to tire evening
of life, and which being execr-rted by the powe's of the urincl ancl perlbctl;' consistent with a lcss
vigorons st.te of body? Nothing can be more voicl of foundation than to asseil that old ;rge necessarily
disquarifies a ,'rarl for the great affairs of the worrd. As r,velr might it be affinnerl that tlre pilot is totally
useless a'd unengagerl irr the business of the ship, because, while the rest ot'tlre crew ''re
more actively
employed i' their respective clepartme'ts, he sits cluictly at trre helur and tlirecls its *rotir:'' if in the
great scertcs o1'busi'ess an old ulall cannot perfion' a par-' *'hich reqnires tlie lbrce ancl energ;:r cf
vigorous year-s, he can act none the less in a nobler and more important cltaiacter' it is not by exefiic'tls
of corporeal strength anci activity that the momentous affairs of the state are concluctecl; it is by cool
deliberation, by pmclent counsel and by that authoritative influence whichever attends on public esteetnq'alifications
r,vhich are so far from being impaired that they are ustiaily strengtrrened and irnproved by
increase ofyears.
Q. No.2 Read the fotlowing passage carefully and answer in your words the quesfions that follolv:
Marl*s: 20
Man,s grorl,th frorn 6arbarism to civilization supposecl to be the theme of history' But
sometirnes, looki'g at great stretclres of history, it is clifficult to believe that this icieal has nrade nrltch
progress or that ws are very nruch civilizecl or advancecl. There is enough of u'aut of co-operation toclay"
of one country or peopie selfishl-v atlael itrg or oppresshtg al'iotlter, of oue titatr cxploiting another'
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In one of our old Sanskrit books, there is a verse which can be translatecl as fbllows;,, For the farnily, sacrifice the individual, for the community, the family, for the country, rhe cornmunity, and for the soul, the whole lvorld." what the soul is, few of us can know r:r tell, and each one of us can interpret it in a different way. But the lesson this Sanskrit verse teaches us is the same lesson of cc,- operation and sacrifice fbr the larger goocl. We, in Inclia had forgotten the sovereign path to real greatness for many a day so we ha<l fallen. But again we seem to have glimpses of it, and all the country is astir' FIow wonderfil it is to see men and women ancl boys and girls, smilingly going ahead in I'dia,s
cause and not caring about any pain or suffering! well may they smile and be glad, for the joy of serving in a great callse is theirs; and to those who are fortunate, comes the joy of sacrifice also.
l. Point out the thene of the passage in one sentence.
2. In r,.rhat maru1er bees and ants are superior to man? 3. What is the lesson of the Sanskrit Verse for mankind? 4' What is the motivation for men, wornen, boys and girls in India today that keeps them glad and smiling?
Q. No.3 write a' Essay in about 300 words on any one of the tbllowing topics;
Marks:30
A) If Winter conles, Can spring be far behind?
B) Wornan's Emancipation
C) The Probiern of Rising prices
D) Democracy in India
Q. No. 4 Point out lhe worcl which is the most nearly the sarne in meaning.
Marks:5
ENTHUSIASTIC
(A) Vigorous
(D) Monotonous
(B) llumorous
(E) Energetic
(C) Zealous
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ACUMEN
(A) Accuracy (B) Sharpness of mind (C) Bureaucracy
(D) A man with acutp vision (E) Accurate.
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(A) A money lender (B) A useful person (C) A useless woman
(D) A rouge (E) An accused.
MATRIARCH
(A) Patriarch (B) Fratemal (C) Materialist
(D) Monarch (E) A woman, head of the family.
PTIILAILDER.ER
(A) An irnmoral person (B) An amoral person (C) A real martyr
(D) A woman hunter (E) An atheist
Q. No. 5 Rewrite the sentences as directed
.; . Marks:S
(A) The box was opened up (Change the Voice)
(B) Open the door (Add a suitable tag)
(C) She asked me "Why are you always late for dinner" (Change the Narration)
(D) Your action is condemnable (Change the sentence in Negative without changing its sense)
(E) It was too hot to go out (Remove 'oToo")
Q. No.6 Suggest one word substitute for the following:
Marks:5
(A) Too much of official formality.
(B) One who is all powerful.
(C) Custom of maniage with more than one person at a time.
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(D) Allowance to a wife fiom her husband on separation.
(E) Habit of walking in sleep.
Q.No.7 Use the following idioms in sentences of your own so as to bring out their meanings"
Marks:5
A) To puil the wires.
B) To turn tables on.
C) To pay through the nose.
D) To join issue with.
E) To hang fire.
Q.No.B Correct the following sentences.
Marks:10
1. I do not hardly know these boys.
2. We don't require any of the two books.
3. Both Lila as well as Sheela are absenr.
4. Each of us love our country.
5. I cannot avail ofthis offer.
6. Walk carefully that you may not sturnmble.
7. I admitted my brother into an engineering college.
8. She asked you how you did the rvork.
9. No sooner she opened the door that her father came back.
10. We had hardly reached the hill top that it began to rain.
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Re: kushamanda ne logon ke pausa loot ke khaaya

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Re: ye bhi lo

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Re: i agree

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Re: panipat

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Re: kushamanda ne logon ke pausa loot ke khaaya

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Re: ye bhi lo

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Re: i agree

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Re: panipat

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Re: @ haryanvi

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