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NDA Sample Paper | Previous Year Questions With Solutions PDF Download


NDA Sample Paper

NDA Sample Paper
NDA Sample Paper: There are number of candidates looking for NDA Sample Paper for better preparation of UPSC NDA Entrance Exam. Here on this page we are unfolding Previous Year Questions with Solutions of NDA Exam. UPSC conducts National Defence Academy (NDA) and Naval Academy Examination (NA) for those candidates who want to join Indian Army. Candidates who want to join Indian Army they have to give National Defence Academy (NDA) and Naval Academy Examination. So therefore we are the team of privatejobshub.in are providing some NDA Previous Year Questions with solutions for fascinated candidates in below section. You can also download NDA Sample Paper in PDF format through online process.

NDA Previous Year Questions Paper with Solutions

Q1- The smallest state in the world
A.    Russia
B.    Vatican
C.    Sri Lanka
D.   Cuba
Ans. B

Q2- The person who became the Chief Minister for the longest period in India:
A.    E.K.Nayanar
B.    Vasantha Sate
C.    Jyothi Basu
D.    K.Karunakaran
Ans. C

Q3- Who was the first speaker of Lok Sabha?
A.    Sivaraj Patel
B.    Jagjeevan Ram
C.    Lal Bahdur Shasthri
D.   G.V Mavlankar
Ans. D

Q4- Panchayathi Raj instructions came into effect with the amendment of the constitution
A.    70th
B.    73rd
C.    76th
D.   79th
Ans. B

Q5- What is B.O.D?
A.    Biological Oxygen Demand
B.    Biochemistry of Diseases
C.    Biophysics Oxygen Demand
D.   None of the above
Ans. A

Q6- Meenamatha disease is related with
A.    Cadmium
B.    Mercury
C.    Lead
D.   Iron
Ans. B

Q7- IMF/World Bank was formed in
A.    1942
B.    1944
C.    1946
D.   1945
Ans .D

Q8- 'World AIDS Day':
A.    April 17th
B.    June 5th
C.    December 1st
D.   February 14th
Ans. C

Q9- Erethrean Sea is:
A.    Bay of Bengal
B.    Indian Ocean
C.    Red Sea
D.   Arabian Sea
Ans. C

Q10-Temporary hardness of water is due to ------
A.    Calcium chloride
B.    Sodium carbonate
C.    Sodium chloride
D.    Magnesium bicarbonate
Ans. D

Q11- The equation of line which is parallel to the straight line 3x + 4y – 7 = 0 and passing through (1, 2) is:
A.    3x + 4y = 11
B.    3x+4y+11= 0
C.    4x-3y+2=0
D.   3x+4y+7=0
Ans. C

Q12- If f(y) = log y, then f(y) + f(1/y) is equal to :
A.    2
B.    0
C.    –1
D.   1
Ans. B

Q13- A card is drawn at random from a pack of playing cards. The probability that it is red or an ace is:
A.    1/13
B.    1/52
C.    17/52
D.   4/13
Ans. D

 Q14- If x = t2 and y = 2t, then the normal at t = 1 is
A.    x + y – 3 = 0
B.    x + y – 1 = 0
C.    x + y + 1 = 0
D.   x + y + 3 = 0
Ans. A

Q15- If f (x) = 4x3 + 3x2 + 3x + 4, then what is the value of x3f (1/x)?
A.    F(x)
B.    1/f(x)
C.    [f(1/x)]2
D.   f(-x)
Ans. A

Q16- To find out the numerical value of ∫2-2 (px2 + qx + s) dx, it is necessary to know the value / values of which of the following?
A.    p only
B.    p and s
C.    q only
D.   p, q and s
Ans. B

Q17- Look at this series: 7, 10, 8, 11, 9, 12, ... What number should come next?
A.    7
B.    10
C.    12
D.   13
Ans. B

Q18- A train running at the speed of 60 km/hr crosses a pole in 9 seconds. What is the length of the train?
A.    120 metres
B.    180 metres
C.    324 metres
D.   150 metres
Ans. D

Q19- A is thrice as good as workman as B and therefore is able to finish a job in 60 days less than B. Working together, they can do it in:
A.    20 days
B.    22 ½ days
C.    25 days
D.   30 days
Ans. B

Q20- The population of a town was 20,000 in 1944. It decreased by 10 percent during 1944 – 1954 but increased by 20 percent during 1954 –1964. What was the population like in 1964?
A.    24, 600
B.    22,000
C.    20,800
D.   21,600
Ans. D

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