Solved Question Paper of Grade-III Post under Lakhimpur Medical College & Hospital – Written Test held on 13.03.2022

Solved Paper of Grade-III Post under Lakhimpur Medical College & Hospital, Lakhimpur, Assam

Post: Accountant, Account Assistant, Cashier, Lower Division Assistant/Computer Operator-cum Clerk/DTP Operator, Stenographer, Driver, Storekeeper-cum-Clerk-cum-Computer Operator, Record Keeper-cum-Clerk-cum-Computer Operator, Record Clerk, Coding Clerk, Library Assistant, Computer Operator, Receptionist-cum-Clerk, Deputy Librarian, Social Worker, Documentalist, Storekeeper-cum-Record Clerk.

Written Test held on 13.03.2022

Shift: Afternoon 2.00 PM to 3.30 PM

Question Booklet SET: A

1. Which of the following is the easternmost State of India?

[A] Nagaland

[B] Arunachal Pradesh

[C] Mizoram

[D] Manipur

2. Where is the World Health Organization’s Headquarters situated?

[A] New York

[B] Washington, DC

[C] Paris

[D] Geneva

3. Who is known as the Nightingale of India?

[A] Sarojini Naidu

[B] Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit

[C] Annie Besant

[D] Mother Teresa

4. Which of the following is the brightest star in the Earth’s night sky?

[A] North Star

[B] Sirius

[C] Canopus

[D] Vega

5. What is the National Flower of India?

[A] White Lily

[B] Rose

[C] Chrysanthemum

[D] Lotus

6. Which city is known as the ‘Queen of the Adriatic?

[A] Athens

[B] Rome

[C] Venice

[D] Madrid

7. Who is the author of the novel Devdas?

[A] Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay.

[B] Bankim Chandra Chatterjee

[C] Ashapurna Devi

[D] Satyajit Ray

8. How did the World War II start in 1939?

[A] Germany invaded France

[B] France declared war Germany against

[C] The United States of America attacked Germany

[D] Germany invaded Poland

9. Who is also known as the Father of the Nation’ in India?

[A] Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi

[B] Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru

[C] Dr. B. R. Ambedkar

[D] Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel

10. Gobi Desert is partly located in which of the following countries?

[A] Russia

[B] China

[C] India

[D] Pakistan

11. Which of the following sports is associated with the term ‘deuce?

[A] Football

[B] Cricket

[C] Lawn Tennis

[D] Hockey

12. In which city is the Eiffel Tower located?

[A] London

[B] Paris

[C] Berlin

[D] Los Angeles

13. What is the largest animal of present day world?

[A] Giraffe

[B] Elephant

[C] Orca

[D] Blue Whale

14. Which of the following is not considered as a classical dance of India?

[A] Bharatanatyam

[B] Kathakali

[C] Kuchipudi

[D] Bhangra

15, Who administers the Oath of Office to the President of India?

[A] The Vice President of India

[B] The Chief Justice of India

[C] The Speaker of the Lok Sabha

[D] The Lieutenant Governor of Delhi

16. Who is the Supreme Commander of the Indian Armed Forces?

[A] The Prime Minister of India

[B] The Chief of Defence Staff

[C] The President of India

[D] The Union Defence Minister

17. Who assassinated former Lieutenant Governor Michael O’Dwyer to take revenge for Jallianwala Bagh Massacre in 1919?

(A) Bhagat Singh

[B] Udham Singh

[C] Satnam Singh

[D] Sukhvinder Singh

18. Who among the following ladies never acted as the Prime Minister of her country?

[A] Sirimavo Bandaranaike

[B] Margaret Thatcher

[C] Benazir Bhutto

[D] Aung San Suu Kyi

19. Who among the following is also known as the ‘Flying Sikh’?

[A] Pargat Singh

[B] Amritpal Singh

[C] Milkha Singh

[D] Tajinderpal Singh Toor

20. The NASA spacecraft that entered the Sun’s atmosphere for the first time in history is

[A] Parker Solar Probe

[B] SpaceX

[C] Falcon 6

[D] Solar Orbiter

21. Which of the following is essential for the process of photosynthesis?

[A] Carbohydrate

[B] Oxygen

[C] Light energy

[D] Vitamin

22. When an acid comes in contact with a base, which type of reaction takes place?

[A] Combination reaction

[B] Decomposition reaction

[C] Displacement reaction

[D] Neutralization reaction

23. Which of the following is not a plant hormone?

[A] Ascorbic acid

[B] Auxin

[C] Gibberellin

[D] Abscisic acid

24. The brain is responsible for all of the following, except

[A] thinking

[B] regulating the heartbeat

[C] balancing the body

[D] destruction of red blood cells

25. Which of the following is formed after fertilization?

[A] Zygote

[B] Ovum

[C] Spermatozoa

[D] Sporozoite

26. During reflection of light on a plain mirror, the angle of incidence is equal to

[A] the critical angle

[B] the angle of reflection

[C] the angle of refraction

[D] None of the above

27. Myopia is also known as

[A] night blindness

[B] far-sightedness

[C] near-sightedness

[D] colour blindness

28. The SI unit of electric charge is

[A] ampere

[B] coulomb

[C] ohm

[D] volt

29. Which of the following constitute a food chain?

[A] Grass, Cow, Buffalo

[B] Grass, Deer, Tiger

[C] Grass, Rice, Mouse

[D] Grass, Sheep, Wool

30. What is the chemical symbol of copper?

[A] Co

[B] Cr

[C] Cp

[D] Cu

31. Which of the following is a synonym of ‘Serpent’?

[A] Snake

[B] Labourer

[C] Maid

[D] Butler

32. What is the past tense of ‘Grind’?

[A] Grinned

[B] Grunt

[C] Ground

[D] Grand

33. A person who cannot read and write is called

[A] illegible

[B] illogical

[C] illegal

[D] illiterate

34. What is the feminine gender of ‘Rooster’?

[A] Roost

[B] Hamster

[C] Hen

[D] Goose

35. What is the plural of ‘Phenomenon’?

[A] Phenomenon

[B] Phenomenas

[C] Phenomena

[D] Phenomenous

36. Which of the following words has the correct spelling?

[A] Mischievous

[B] Mischiveous

[C] Mischeivous

[D] Mischevous

37. What is the superlative of ‘Much’?

[A] Many

[B] More

[C] Most

[D] Mach

38. Fill in the blank with the appropriate word given below to complete the sentence:

(I did not ____ an answer to my question.)

[A] receives

[B] received

[C] receive

[D] receipt

39. Choose the correct sentence from the following.

[A] The novel has read by me in one day.

[B] The novel was read by me in one day.

[C] The novel has read me in one day.

[D] The novel has been reading by me in one day.

40. Which of the following is correct?

[A] A pack of dolphins

[B] A pod of dolphins

[C] A colony of dolphins

[D] A horde of dolphins

41. Simplify the expression and choose the correct answer from below

5 + 2³ + 3 [6 – 3 (4 – 2)]

[A] 0

[B] -9

[C] 9

[D] 13

42. What is the HCF of the numbers 4052 and 12576?

[A] 4

[B] 16

[C] 32

[D] 64

43. Find the value of (1/2)a-(1/3)b+(3/4)a+b, if a = 4 and b=3.

[A] 5

[B] 7

[C] 9

[D] 11

44. In a flower bed, there are 23 rose plants in the first row, 21 in the second, 19 in the third, and so on. There are 5 rose plants in the last row. How many rows are there in the flower bed?

[A] 5

[B] 7

[C] 10

[D] 12

45. A ladder is placed against a wall such that its foot is at a distance of 3 m from the wall and its top reaches a window 4 m above the ground. What is the length of the ladder?

[A] 5 m

[B] 5.3 m

[C] 5.5 m

[D] 6 m

46. Which of the following numbers should be added to 500 to make it a perfect square?

[A] 17

[B] 19

[C] 23

[D] 29

47. If the length, breadth and height of a cuboid are tripled, by how many times will its volume increase?

[A] 3 times

[B] 9 times

[C] 27 times

[D] 81 times

48. What will be the simple interest on a bank loan of ₹ 15,000 at the rate of 12% per annum after 3 years?

[A] ₹ 3,000

[B] ₹ 4,600

[C] ₹ 5,000

[D] ₹ 5,400

49. Divide 2x3-5x²-8x+15 by x-3 and choose the correct answer from the options given below.

[A] x²+2x-5

[B] 2x² + 3x-5

[C] 2x²+x-5

[D] 3x²+2x-5

50. A man is walking at a speed of 10 kmph. After every km, he takes a rest for 5 minutes. How much time will he take to cover a distance of 5 km?

[A] 30 minutes

[B] 45 minutes

[C] 50 minutes

[D] 55 minutes

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