Previous Years Question Papers of MPSI 2013

Previous Years Question Papers of MPSI 2013

मध्य प्रदेश पुलिस सब इंस्पेक्टर परीक्षा व्यापम 2013

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Direction: Question number (1 to 6):

Unseen Passage

The problem of water pollution by pesticides can be understood only in context, as part of the whole to which it belongs- the pollution of the total environment of mankind. The pollution entering our waterways comes from many sources: radioactive wastes from reactors, laboratories, hospitals, domestic wastes from cities, chemical wastes from factories. To these is added a new kind of fallout-  the chemical sprays applied to vegetables, fruits and crops in gardens, forests and fields. Many of the chemical agents in this alarming melange initiate and augment the harmful effects of radiations through water usage. Ever since the use of chemical sprays, the problems of water purification have become complex and in rivers, all wastes combine to produce deposits that scientists refer to as gunk. For the most part this pollution is unseen and invisible and also at a threat of widespread contamination of groundwater. Rain, falling on the land with chemical sprays, settles down through pores and cracks in soil and rock and stores itself deep as groundwater. And so, in a real and very frightening sense, pollution of the groundwater is pollution of water everywhere.

1. The word pollution in line 1 means: 

(A) disease

(B) infection

(C) sickness

(D) contamination

2. The essential of the author’s argument in the passage is-

(A) that pests are numerous.

(B) that there are numerous reasons for contamination of water supplies.

(C) there are many dangers from radioactive wastes.

(D) that pests are directly harming water supplies.

3. The word ‘melange’ means :-

(A) transformation

(B) combinations

(C) association

(D) infiltration

4. There is a threat of widespread contamination of groundwater because :

(A) rains are scarce these days

(B) less number of trees are planted

(C) chemicals and pesticides are vastly used

(D) rivers are getting dry

5. The word ‘gunk’ refers :-

(A) to microbes found in water supplies

(B) to the domestic water supplies

(C) to the nuclear fallouts in rivers

(D) to the unidentifiable deposits found in water

6. All the following words means ‘chemicals’ except :

(A) pesticides

(B) substances

(C) pollutants

(D) sands

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7. He……… this work since morning.

(A) is doing

(B) has done

(C) does

(D) has been doing

8. The traveller…………to death.

(A) was freezing

(B) had frozen

(C) was frozen

(D) froze

9. The batsman…………a run.

(A) stole

(B) was stealing

(C) steals

(D) stolen

10. The principal with his teachers………come.

(A) have

(B) has

(C) is

(D) are

11. I………… fly when I was 5 years old.

(A) can

(B) could

(C) might

(D) would

12. We………be polite to elders.

(A) might

(B) could

(C) must

(D) can

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13. I……….not take these sweets as I have already eaten them.

(A) need

(B) can

(C) will

(D) must

14. My friend………….drive but he hasn’t got a car.

(A) can

(B) need

(C) ought

(D) must

15. His father is……….. MLA.

(A) a

(B) the

(C) an

(D) none of these

16. Bananas are 12 rupees……… dozen.

(A) a

(B) the

(C) an

(D) none of these

17. Take this medicine three times………day.

(A) a

(B) the

(C) an

(D) none of these

18. My brother has joined……….army.

(A) a

(B) the

(C) an

(D) none of these

19. There is………..evidence that he is guilty.

(A) any

(B) either

(C) some

(D) most

20. He hasn’t made……… difference.

(A) most

(B) some

(C) each

(D) any

21. He did not speak……… English.

(A) much

(B) enough

(C) either

(D) few

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22. ……….. students passed the examination this year.

(A) enough

(B) both

(C) fewer

(D) each

23. He is blind……….his own faults.

(A) with

(B) to

(C) of

(D) from

24. Please send…………the doctor.

(A) in

(B) to

(C) for

(D) with

25. Let us begin………..a new chapter.

(A) in

(B) from

(C) with

(D) on

26. He has given his……..bad habits.

(A) up

(B) upon

(C) on

(D) in

27. You must shut these doors. (Passive voice)

(A) These doors must be shut.

(B) These doors shall be shut.

(C) These doors ought to shut.

(D) None of these

28. What did they steal? (Passive voice)

(A) By whom did they steal?

(B) What was stolen?

(C) Who was stolen?

(D) none of these

29. Tell him to wait here. (Passive voice)

(A) He should wait there.

(B) let him be told to wait here.

(C) He should be told to wait here.

(D) Let’s tell him to wait here.

30. They are building Mahatma Gandhi Public Library. (Change into Passive)

(A) Mahatma Gandhi Public library is supposed to be built.

(B) Mahatma Gandhi Public library is being built.

(C) Mahatma Gandhi Public library are building by them.

(D) none of these

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