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Scholarship Admission Test (TSAT11M)

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  1. The examination will comprise of  Single Correct Objective type Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) 
  2. All questions are compulsory and each carries Four marks.
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1 / 90

Que: A complete digestive system is where

  1. Radial
  2. both anus and mouth are present
  3. digestion occurs in the cavity of the digestive tract
  4. digestion occurs in the individual cells lining the digestive tract

2 / 90

Que: Tendon connects

  1. Bone to bone
  2. Bone to muscle
  3. Nerve to muscle
  4. Muscle to muscle

3 / 90

Que: Match the columns

Column I Column II
(a)            Erythrocytes (p) Bone
(b)           Chondrocytes (q) Neuron
(c)          Osteocytes (r) Cartilage
(d)          Schwann cells (s) Blood
(t) Adipose Tissue
  1. a – s, b – p, c – r, d – q
  2. a – s, b – q, c – p, d – t
  3. a – s, b – r, c – p, d – q
  4. a – s, b – r, c – t,  d – p

4 / 90

Que: Find the number of nodal planes in δ* (ABMO).

  1. 1
  2. 3
  3. 2
  4. zero

5 / 90

Que: Cyanobacteria are also referred as

  1. Protists
  2. Golden Algae
  3. Slide Moulds
  4. Blue-green

6 / 90

Que: Which electronic configuration of neutral atom will have the highest first ionization potential?

  1. 1s2, 2s2 2p1
  2. 1s2, 2s2 2p3
  3. 1s2, 2s2 2p2
  4. 1s2, 2s2 2p4

7 / 90

Que: Ascaris is

  1. Diploblastic
  2. Triploblastic
  3. Monoblastic
  4. none of these

8 / 90

Que: Magnitude of angular momentum of wheel changes from 2L to 3L in 5 sec. by a constant torque acting opposite to initial direction of rotation. What is the magnitude of the torque?

  1. fn_cm frac{L}{5}
  2. L
  3. fn_cm frac{2L}{5}
  4. fn_cm frac{3L}{5}

9 / 90

Que: A major site for the synthesis of lipids is

  1. Symplast
  2. SER
  3. RER
  4. Nucleoplasm

10 / 90

Que: When SO2 is passed into an acidified potassium dichromate solution, the oxidation numbers of sulphur and chromium in the final products respectively are:

  1. +6, +6
  2. +6,+3
  3. 0, +3
  4. +2, +3

11 / 90

Que: Amoeba is

  1. Biradial
  2. Asymmetric
  3. Radial
  4. Bilateral

12 / 90

Que: The excretory structures of flatworms/taenia are

  1. Flame cells
  2. Nephridia
  3. Malpighian tubules
  4. Green glands

13 / 90

Que: The roots that originate from the base of the stem are

  1. primary roots
  2. drop roots
  3. Lateral roots
  4. Fibrous roots

14 / 90

Que: Which of the following molecules have maximum number of 8 atoms in one plane?

  1. CH2SF4
  2. P(CH3)3 (CF3)2
  3. I2Cl6
  4. None

15 / 90

Que: A system consists of two fixed particles of mass m each distant r from each other. What is the escape velocity at a point mid-way the line joining the two particles?

  1. fn_cm sqrt{frac{Gm}{r}}
  2. fn_cm 2sqrt{frac{Gm}{r}}
  3. fn_cm 2sqrt{frac{2Gm}{r}}
  4. fn_cm sqrt{frac{Gm}{2r}}

16 / 90

Que: Which is an important site of the formation of glycoproteins and glycolipids in eukaryotic cells?

  1. Peroxisomes
  2. Golgi bodies
  3. Polysomes
  4. Endoplasmic reticulum

17 / 90

Que: Methanogens belong to

  1. Eubacteria
  2. Archaebacteria
  3. Dinoflagellates
  4. Slime moulds

18 / 90

Que: Metamerism is characteristic of

  1. Platyhelminthes
  2. Mollusca
  3. Porifera
  4. Annelida

19 / 90

Que: If the density of a planet is double that of the Earth and the radius is 1.5 times that of the Earth, then the acceleration due to gravity on the surface of the planet is

  1. fn_cm frac{3}{4} times that on the surface of the Earth
  2. 3 times that on the surface of the Earth
  3. fn_cm frac{4}{3} times that on the surface of the Earth
  4. 6 times that on the surface of the Earth

20 / 90

Que: A new system of unit is chosen in which the unit of mass is taken as 10 kg, unit of length is taken as 1m and unit of time is taken 10 second. 1 Joule in this new system is numerically equal to

  1. 1
  2. 1000
  3. 10
  4. fn_cm frac{1}{10}

21 / 90

Que: Choose the correct sequence of taxonomic categories.

  1. Class - Phylum - Order  - Family - Genus - Species
  2. Division - Class - Order - Family - Genus - Species
  3. Division - Class - Family - Order - Genus - Species
  4. Phylum - Order - Class - Family - Genus – Species

22 / 90

Que: Phylloclade is a modification of

  1. Leaf
  2. Root
  3. Flower
  4. Stem

23 / 90

Que: The correct hydration energy order is:

  1. Fe 2+ > Fe3+
  2. Cu 2+ < Cu+
  3. K + > Cs+
  4. F < Br

24 / 90

Que: The main function of leaf is

  1. Transpiration
  2. Exchange of gases
  3. Photosynthesis
  4. Cooling

25 / 90

Que: Which of the following exhibits metagenesis

  1. Hydra
  2. Adamsia
  3. Aurelia
  4. Obelia

26 / 90

Que: Three blocks of masses 2 kg, 3 kg, and 4 kg are placed one over the other as shown in the figure. Calculate the force exerted by the blocks of mass 2 kg and 4 kg on the 3 kg block (g = 10 m/s2)

  1. 20 N, 50 N
  2. 20 N, 90 N
  3. 20 N, 70 N
  4. 20 N, 30 N

27 / 90

Que: the hydrogen indicated by arrow will be easily removed as:

  1. H+
  2. HΘ
  3. H^{bullet }
  4. H^{-2}

28 / 90

Que: Blood platelets are present in the blood of

  1. Fishes
  2. Amphibians
  3. Reptiles
  4. Mammals

29 / 90

Que: Calcified cartilage is

  1. Soft
  2. Hard
  3. Fibrous
  4. None of the above

30 / 90

Que: The position of a particle at time t is given by the relation fn_cm x=frac{v_{0}}{alpha }left ( 1-C^{-alpha t} right ). The dimensional formula for fn_cm alpha ^{2}v_{0} ^ {3} will be

  1. [L3T- 4]
  2. [L3T- 5]
  3. LT- 2
  4. [L2T- 3]

31 / 90

Que: Two rigid bodies A and B rotate with angular momentum LA and LB respectively such that LA / LB = 2. If their moment of inertia about axis of rotation are IA and IB respectively such that IB /IA = 4, then the ratio of their kinetic energies KA /KB is

  1. 25: 4
  2. 5 : 4
  3. 4 : 1
  4. 16 : 1

32 / 90

Que: Draw a-x graph corresponding to the given v-x graph

33 / 90

Que: True coelom is lined by

  1. Ectoderm
  2. Ectoderm and endoderm
  3. Mesoderm
  4. Endoderm

34 / 90

Que: Which of the following cell organelles is responsible for extracting energy from carbohydrates to form ATP

  1. Lysosome
  2. Ribosome
  3. Chloroplast
  4. Mitochondria

35 / 90

Que: When the margins of sepals or petals overlap one another without any particular direction, the condition is termed as

  1. Imbricate
  2. Twisted
  3. Valvate
  4. Vexillary

36 / 90

Que: Tissue means

  1. Similar cells having a common origin
  2. Similar cells having common origin and functions
  3. Cells having same metabolic activities
  4. Similar cells with same metabolic activity

37 / 90

Que: Phyllode is a modification of

  1. Petiole
  2. Stem
  3. Inflorescence
  4. Root

38 / 90

Que: A cracker rocket ejecting gases at a rate of 0.02 kg/s with a velocity of 500 m/s. The force on the rocket because of the ejecting gases is

  1. Zero
  2. 10 N
  3. 50 N
  4. 500 N

39 / 90

Que: Alminium is diagonally related to

  1. Li
  2. Si
  3. Be
  4. B

40 / 90

Que: The change in potential energy when a body of mass m is raised to height nR from the Earth’s surface is (R = radius of the Earth, g = acceleration due to gravity)

  1. fn_cm mgRleft ( frac{n}{n-1} right )
  2. nmgR
  3. fn_cm mgRleft ( frac{n}{n+1} right )
  4. fn_cm mgRleft ( frac{n^{2}}{n^{2}{}+1} right )

41 / 90

Que: John is standing with folded hands at the center of a platform rotating about its central axis. The kinetic energy of the system is K. Now, John stretches his arms so that moment of inertia of the system doubles. The kinetic energy of the system now is

  1. 2K
  2. 4K
  3. K/4
  4. K/2

42 / 90

Que: Buds which give rise to leafy shoots are

  1. Adventitious buds
  2. Vegetative buds
  3. Reproduction buds
  4. Radical buds

43 / 90

Que: If a particle of mass m resting at the top of a smooth hemisphere of radius R is displaced, then the angle with vertical at which it looses contact with the surface is

  1. fn_cm tan^{-1}left ( frac{1}{3} right )
  2. fn_cm cos^{-1}left ( frac{1}{3} right )
  3. fn_cm tan^{-1}left ( frac{2}{3} right )
  4. fn_cm cos^{-1}left ( frac{2}{3} right )

44 / 90

Que: A swollen leaf base is called

  1. Pulvinus
  2. Amplexicaul
  3. Winged
  4. Sheathing leaf base

45 / 90

Que: If torque acting on a system about an axis of rotation is zero, then the quantity that remains constant about that axis is

  1. Force
  2. Linear momentum
  3. Angular momentum
  4. Angular velocity

46 / 90

Que: Phycoerythrin is the major pigment is

  1. Blue-green algae
  2. Green algae
  3. Brown algae
  4. Red algae

47 / 90

Que: The symmetry found in an animal in which the animal can be divided into two similar halves through by one plane only is

  1. Radial
  2. Biradial
  3. Spherical
  4. Bilateral

48 / 90

Que: The term taxonomy is introduced by

  1. De Candolle
  2. Benthum and Hooker
  3. Linnaeus
  4. Huxley

49 / 90

Que: 70S ribosomes are found in

  1. Eukaryotic cell
  2. Prokaryotic cell
  3. Mitochondria
  4. Both B and C

50 / 90

Que: The enzymes that act on starch are

  1. Esterases
  2. Amylases
  3. Proteases
  4. Lipases

51 / 90

Que: A body is thrown with a velocity equal to n (> 1) times the escape velocity (ve). The velocity of the body at a very large distance away will be

  1. fn_cm v_{e}sqrt{n^{2}-1}
  2. fn_cm v_{e}sqrt{n^{2}+1}
  3. fn_cm v_{e}sqrt{1-n^{2}}
  4. None of these

52 / 90

Que: A solid cylindre is rolling without slipping with velocity of its centre of mass v and angular velocity about its centre of mass ω on a horizontal frictionless surface as shown in figure. If it collides with a frictionless vertical wall X, then after collision its velocity and angular velocity respectively become

  1. fn_cm frac{v}{2}, frac{omega }{2}
  2. - v, - ω
  3. - v, ω
  4. v, -ω

53 / 90

Que: Which orbital fills completely immediately before the 4f?

  1. 6s
  2. 5p
  3. 5d
  4. 4d

54 / 90

Que: Units of the nervous system are

  1. Cytons
  2. Axons
  3. Neurons
  4. Dendrites

55 / 90

Que: A sample of phosphorus that weighs 12.4 g exerts a pressure of 8 atm in a 0.821 litre closed vessel at 527oC. The molecular formula of the phosphorus vapour is:

  1. P2
  2. P4
  3. P6
  4. P8

56 / 90

Que:

Match the items given in Column I with those in Column II and select the correct option given below:

Column I  

Column II

 

(a) Herbarium (i)  It is a place having a collection of preserved plants and animals.
(b) Key (ii) A list that enumerates methodically all the species found in an area with brief description aiding identification.
(c) Museum (iii) Is a place were dried and pressed plant specimens mounted on sheets are kept.
(d) Catalogue (iv) A booklet containing a list of characters and their alternates which are helpful in the identification of various taxa
  1. a-ii, b-iv, c-iii, d-i
  2. a-i, b-iv, c-iii, d-ii
  3. a-iii, b-ii, c-i, d-iv
  4. a-iii, b-iv, c-i, d-ii

57 / 90

Que: The level of organization in sponges is

  1. Cellular level
  2. Acellular level
  3. Tissue level
  4. Organ – system level

58 / 90

Que: Which among the following has the highest ionic radius?

  1. F
  2. B3+
  3. O2 –
  4. Li +

59 / 90

Que: Match the columns and choose the correct option

Column I Column II
(i)       Incomplete digestive system (a)  Sponges
(ii)      Cellular level of organisation (b)  Coelenterates
(iii)     Radial symmetry (c)   Annelids
(iv)     Pseudocoelomate (d)   Platyhelminthes
(v)      Metamerism (e)    Aschelminthes
  1. i – c, ii – d, iii – a, iv – b, v - e
  2. i – d, ii – e, iii – b, iv – c, v - a
  3. i – d, ii – a, iii – b, iv – e, v - c
  4. i – b, ii – c, iii – d, iv – a, v - e

60 / 90

Que: Brown algae have a characteristic pigment of

  1. Phycocyanin
  2. Fucoxanthin
  3. Phycoerythrin
  4. Haematochrome

61 / 90

Que: In DNA, adenine pairs with

  1. Guanine
  2. Thymine
  3. Cytosine
  4. Uracil

62 / 90

Que: The oxidation number of nitrogen atoms in NH4NO3 is:

  1. +3, +3
  2. +3, -3
  3. -3, +5
  4. -5, +3

63 / 90

Que: In gymnosperms, the ovules are

  1. Naked
  2. covered
  3. With two coats
  4. All the above

64 / 90

Que: If the internuclear axis is z-axis, then HOMO orbital(s) of CO is

  1. σ*2pz
  2. N.B.M.O
  3. π*2py = π*2pz
  4. None of these

65 / 90

Que: The morphological nature of the edible part of the coconut is

  1. Perisperm
  2. Cotyledon
  3. Endosperm
  4. Pericarp

66 / 90

Que: The speed of centre of mass of a homogenous sphere after rolling down an inclined plane of vertical height h from rest without sliding is

  1. fn_cm sqrt{gh}
  2. fn_cm sqrt{gh/5}
  3. fn_cm sqrt{4gh/3}
  4. fn_cm sqrt{10gh/7}

67 / 90

Que: Which one of the following combinations illustrate the law of reciprocal proportions?

  1. N2O3, N2O4, N2O5
  2. NaCl, NaBr, NaI
  3. CS2, CO2, SO2
  4. PH3, P2O3, P2O5

68 / 90

Que: Total number of electrons in 48 g Mg2+ are:

  1. 24 NA
  2. 2 NA
  3. 20 NA
  4. None of these

69 / 90

Que: Lichens are composite organisms  containing an alga and

  1. Fungus
  2. Bacterium
  3. Moss
  4. Protozoan

70 / 90

Que: The vapor density of a mixture containing NO2 and N2O4 is 27.6. The mole fraction of N2O4 in the mixture is:

  1. 0.1
  2. 0.2
  3. 0.5
  4. 0.8

71 / 90

Que: The term polyadelphous is related to

  1. Calyx
  2. Gynoecium
  3. Androecium
  4. Corolla

72 / 90

Que: The two ends of train moving with constant acceleration pass a certain point with velocities u and 2 u. The velocity with which, the middle point of the train passes the same point is

  1.  2.5 u
  2. 1.5 u
  3. fn_cm sqrt{5} u
  4. fn_cm sqrt{2.5} u

73 / 90

Que: Fe shows an oxidation state of +1 in:

  1. Fe(CO)5
  2. [Fe(H2O)5NO] SO4
  3. Fe4[Fe (CN)6 ]3
  4. FeCl_{4}^{-}

74 / 90

Que: The oxidation states of S-atoms in Caro's and Marshall's acids are:

  1. +6, +6
  2. +6, +4
  3. +6, -6
  4. +4, +6

75 / 90

Que: Oxygen is not produced during photosynthesis by

  1. Cycas
  2. Nostoc
  3. Green sulfur bacteria
  4. Chara

76 / 90

Que: In which of the following the oxidation number of oxygen has been arranged in increasing order:

  1. OF2 < KO2 < BaO2 < O3
  2. BaO2 < KO2 < O3 < OF2
  3. BaO2 < O3 < OF2 < KO2
  4. KO2 < OF2 < O3 < BaO2

77 / 90

Que: A monosaccharide is

  1. Carbon
  2. Starch
  3. Monosaccharide
  4. Cane sugar

78 / 90

Que: The level of structural organisation found in Hydra and jelly Fishes is

  1. Cellular
  2. Acellular
  3. Tissue
  4. Organ-system

79 / 90

Que: Which of the following organisms are known as chief producers in the oceans?

  1. Dinoflagellates
  2. Diatoms
  3. Cyanobacteria
  4. Euglenoids

80 / 90

Que: Select the correctly written scientific name of Mango which was first described by Linnaeus.

  1. Mangifera Indica
  2. Mangifera Indica Linn
  3. Mangifera indica Car. Linn
  4. Mangifera indica

81 / 90

Que: A cell organelle containing hydrolytic enzyme is

  1. Mesosome
  2. Lysosome
  3. Microsome
  4. Ribosome

82 / 90

Que: A rod of mass 4m and length l hinged at its centre is placed on a horizontal surface. A bullet of mass m moving with velocity v strikes the end A of the rod and gets embedded in it. The angular velocity with which the system rotates about its centre of mass after the bullet strikes the rod

  1. fn_cm omega =frac{6v}{7l}
  2. fn_cm omega =frac{5v}{4l}
  3. fn_cm omega =frac{2v}{3l}
  4. fn_cm omega =frac{v}{3l}

83 / 90

Que: An artificial satellite moving in a circular orbit around the Earth has kinetic energy E0. Its potential energy is

  1. -E0
  2. -2E0
  3. 2E0
  4. fn_cm -frac{E_{0}}{2}

84 / 90

Que: Which one of the living organism completely lacks a cell wall

  1. Sea Fan 
  2. saccharomyces
  3. Blue-green algae
  4. Cyanobacteria

85 / 90

Que: Segments of Tapeworm are called

  1. Scolex
  2. Cysticercus
  3. Proglottides
  4. Onchospheres

86 / 90

Que: Stability of species B_{2}^{+},B_{2}^{-},B_{2} is in the order

  1. B_{2}< B_{2}^{+}<B_{2}^{-}
  2. B_{2}^{+}< B_{2}< B_{2}^{-}
  3. B_{2}< B_{2}^{-}<B_{2}^{+}
  4. B_{2}^{-}< B_{2}<B_{2}^{+}

87 / 90

Que: Select the correct order of solubility.

  1. LiCl > NaCl > KCl < RbCl < CsCl
  2. MgF2 < CaF2 < SrF2 < BaF2 < BeF2
  3. LiF < NaF < KF < RbF < CsF
  4. All are correct

88 / 90

Que: The given graph represents the variations of force acting on a particle (starts from rest) of mass 2 kg as a function of time, then the kinetic energy of the particle is

  1. 200 J
  2.  400 J
  3. 800 J
  4. 1600 J

89 / 90

Que: Cholesterol is

  1. Monosaccharide
  2. Protein
  3. Sterol
  4. Wax

90 / 90

Que: Radial symmetry occurs in :

  1. fishes
  2. Molluscs
  3. Star Fishes / Asterias
  4. Sponges