SSC Conduct The SSC Constable G.D. (C.A.P.F.) Exam Paper. This Exam Paper was held on 22 April 2012 (1st Shift). SSC Constable G.D. (C.A.P.F.) Full Exam Paper with Solution.
Exam – SSC Constable G.D. (C.A.P.F.)
Organized by – SSC
Date – 22 April 2012 (1st Shift)
Number of Questions – 100 (25 Hindi or English)
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SSC Constable GD (C.A.P.F) Exam Paper 2012 (1st Shift)
Directions – (Q. 76 to 81) : Sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with an appropriate word(s). Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the correct alternative out of the four and indicate it by blackening the appropriate rectangle in the Answer Sheet.
76. If the damaged bridge is opened to traffic, it……..
(B) shall collapse
(D) will collapse
77. Every year, crores of rupees…….by brought or fire.
(A) are lost
(B) are being lost
(C) are losing
(D) will be lost
78. The electrical parts of the railway coaches………partly by BHEL, Bhopal.
(A) can supply
(B) are supplied
(C) is supplied
(D) are supply
79. He was……….punished by his parents, in such a……..manner that the hated them.
(A) Always, mild
(B) much; severe
(C) often; severe
(D) never, kind
80. The train started moving fast. But we managed……….get into one……the compartments at the back.
(A) for; of
(B) to; of
(C) to; for
(D) of; for
81. The three classic languages……..the world ar Sanskrit, Hebrew and Greek.
Directions – (Q. 82 to 84) : Out of the four alternatives, choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the given word and mark it in the Answer Sheet.
Directions – (Q. 85 to 87): Choose the word opposite in meaning to the given word and mark it in the Answer Sheet.
Directions – (Q. 88 to 89): Four alternatives are given for the idiom/ phrase Choose the alternatives which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase and mark it in the Answer Sheet.
88. In the wee hours of the day
(A) At dawn
(B) After midnight
(C) At noon
89. To throw dust into someone’s eyes
(A) To abuse
(B) To cheat
(C) To hurt
(D) To terrify
Directions – (Q. 90 to 91): A part of the sentence is underlined. Below are given alternatives to the underlined part at (A), (B) and (C) which may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is needed, your answer is (D).
90. The box of chocolates are very expensive.
(A) had been
(B) has been
(D) No improvement
91. I have read this novel last year.
(B) am reading
(C) had read
(D) No improvement
Directions – (Q. 92 to 93) : Out of the four alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the underlined words/sentence and indicate it by blackening the appropriate rectangle in the Answer Sheet.
92. Nehru’s speeches were always without preparation
93. Person who looks upon the bright side of things
Directions – (Q. 94 to 95) : Groups of four words are given. In each group one word is correctly spelt. Find the correctly spelt word and mark your answer in the Answer Sheet.
Directions – (Q. 96 to 100) : You have one brief passage with 5 questions following the passage. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives and mark it in the Answer Sheet.
The Arabian Camel has only one hump on its back. Its cousin called the Bactrian camel, which lives in Central Asia, has two humps on its back. In other respects, they resemble each other. They are both large animals with slender legs. The feet are broad and expanded and so they do not sink in the sand of the desert. I can travel over long distances at a stretch in the desert. No wonder it is called ‘the ship of the desert’. The camel has a long neck with a short head. It has large eyes and small rounded ears. Its upper lip is divided and protrudes over the lower. Its slit like nostrils can be closed at will. The camel can be used to store water in times of drought. The camel was domesticated by men, long-long ago. For centuries the desert nomads have used the camel as the beast of burden and for its milk and meat. The camel is found in the desert portions of Africa and Asia.
96. Where does the camel store water ?
(A) It stores water in the hump
(B) In the stomach with three compartments two of which can store water
(C) Its master stores water for it
(D) It cannot store it
97. The nomades do not use the camel for
(A) travelling from place to place
(B) milk and meat
(C) storing water to be used for their household needs
(D) carrying their burden
98. How does the Arabian camel differ from the Bactlian camel
(A) One comes from Arbia, the other from Bactria
(B) One has a hump on its back, the other has two humps
(C) There is no difference and they resemble each other
(D) One has slender lags, the other has broad feet
99. Why is camel called ‘the ship of the desert’ ?
(A) The feet are broad and do not sink in the desert
(B) It can travel long distances at a stretch in the desert
(C) It can store water in its stomach
(D) It looks like a ship while moving
100. What is peculiar about a camel’s nostrils ?
(A) It can smell very well
(B) They are used to breath freely
(C) They can be closed at will during a sand storm
(D) They look very beautiful as they are slit like