Now Paper 1 is included in the subject (Chemical sciences, Physical sciences, Life sciences, Earth Sciences, Engineering Sciences and Mathematical Sciences) question papers starting 2013.

CSIR Paper 1 Sample Questions (Part 3 of 5)

  1. If two sides of isosceles triangle are 7 cm and 16 cm respectively. What would be length of its third side?

    1. 7 cm

    2. 16 cm

    3. 23 cm

    4. (162 − 72) ½

  2. A crystalline sphere of radius 1 cm is broken into pieces of 0.01 cm radius each. What would be change in surface area?

    1. 0

    2. 10

    3. 100

    4. 1000

  3. Graphical representation for function e x will be

  4. If value of f is 360o, then as per equation r = af, shape of object would be (where r is distance from origin and a is constant)

    1. Spiran

    2. Circle

    3. Sphere

    4. Eclipese

  5. A non-maglkignant tumor with radius ‘R'shrinks at constant rate with time't’ It can be represented by equation

    1. r = ro + k/t

    2. r = ro k/t

    3. r = ro kt

    4. r = ro k/t

  6. a committee of two members has to be selected out of 3 men and 2 women. In how many possible ways it can be done

    1. 20

    2. 25

    3. 100

    4. 120

  7. Which logical gate is represented by the following truth table? P Q result 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1

    1. AND

    2. OR

    3. NOR

    4. XOR

  8. Sum of two binary numbers 101 and 011 would be

    1. 1000

    2. 100

    3. 101

    4. 1001

  9. Consider the following computer program Input ‘Z’ Do A = 3.143 * Z * Z Print A The program computes area of

    1. Circle

    2. Sphere

    3. Triangle

    4. Square

  10. Among the following which is a object oriented language

    1. PASCAL

    2. FORTRAN

    3. C * *

    4. COBOL