DSSSB TGT 2021
Question 1 
Which article of the Indian constitution is related to the duration of Panchayats?
243O  
243K  
243E  
243A 
Question 2 
Which organism causes rust of wheat?
Protozoa  
Virus  
Fungi  
Bacteria 
Question 3 
 Which of the following metal deposits are found in Asia?
 Manganese
 Bauxite
 Nickel
I and III
 
I and II  
II and III
 
I, II and III

Question 4 
Which of the following pair of sportsperson – sports is correct?
 Rory Mcllroy – Golf
 Martina Hindis  Tennis
Both I and II
 
Both I and II
 
Neither I nor II  
Only II

Question 5 
In ___________ Gandhiji organised a satyagraha to support peasants of Kheda district.
1919
 
1920  
1921  
1917 
Question 6 
Which of the following happens due to atmospheric refraction?
 Twinkling of stars
 Advanced sunrise and delayed sunset
Only II  
Only I  
Neidhter I nor II  
Both I and II

Question 7 
Which city hosted the 2018 commonwealth games?
Canberra  
Gold Coast
 
Melborne  
Sydney 
Question 8 
Which organisation releases the World Economic Outlook report?
IMF  
International Economic Association  
ADB  
World Bank 
Question 9 
Which of the following statement(s) regarding The Mohammedan Anglo Oriental College is / are correct?
 It was founded by Sayyid Ahmed Khan.
 It was established in 1875
Only II  
Both I and II  
Neither I nor II  
Only I 
Question 10 
Which of the following is a Sushira Vadya?
Table  
Sitar  
Damru  
Flute 
Question 11 
In which harappan city was cotton grown?
Kalibangan  
Rakhigadi  
Lothal  
Mehrgarh

Question 12 
Which of the following pair of Vadya – Type is correct?
 Tata – Wind
 Avanddha  Stringed
Both I and II
 
Neither I nor II
 
Only II  
Only I 
Question 13 
Which of the following regarding earthquakes is correct?
 P waves – Longitudinal
 S waves  Transverse
Both I and II  
Only II  
Neither I nor II  
Only I 
Question 14 
What is the ratio of the stock of money to the stock of high powered money in an economy called?
Money Multiplier  
Money Credit  
Money Exchange  
Money Supply 
Question 15 
The second edition of the Khelo India Winter Games began at Gulmarg on _____ 2021.
February, 21  
February, 5  
February, 26  
January, 30

Question 16 
Reserve Ratio can also be called ________ .
Cash Reserve Ratio  
Liquid Reserve Ratio
 
Required Ratio  
Cash Ratio 
Question 17 
Which base is found in window cleaner?
Potassium Hydroxide
 
Sodium Hydroxide  
Calcium Hydroxide
 
Ammonium Hydroxide 
Question 18 
Which of the following paid of article – contents of Indian Constitution is correct?
 239 – Administration of Union Territories
 241 – Special Provisions with respect to Delhi
Only I  
Both I and II  
Only II  
Neither I nor II

Question 19 
The headquarters of International Labour Organisation are situated in ________ .
Paris  
Geneva  
Madrid  
New York 
Question 20 
South – West Raman walks 25 metres in north. He turns right and walks 72 metres to reach point. he again turns right and walks 16 metres. He finally turns left and walks 8 metres to reach point B. How far is point B from point A and in which direction is starting point from point B?
A
 
B  
C  
D 
Question 20 Explanation:
Raman starts walking 25metres north and then turns right and moves 72 metres and reaches point A. After that again he turns right and moves 16metres.Finally, he turns left and stops.
now ,after drawing the direction inorder to find the distance between A and B we got two side values of an isosceles triangle.
i.e; 8 and 16
now by using pythagoras theorem we write as
square root of 8*8+16*16=square of 320, which is in north east direction from starting point to B.
Question 21 
Eight friends P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are sitting around a circular table facing towrds the centre (not necessarily in the same order). T is third to the left of V. V is to the immediate right of Q. Q is third to the left of P. W is second to the right of U. U is not the immediate neighbour of T. S is not the immediate neighbour of Q. Who is second to the right of P?
A. S  
B. T
 
C.C  
D.Q 
Question 22 
Ramesh is facing towards west direction. He walks 20 km and then rotates by 90 degrees in a clockwise direction. He again rotates by 295 degrees in an anticlockwise direction. In which direction is he facing now?
Ease  
SouthEast  
NorthWest  
NorthWest

Question 23 
A series is given with one term missing. Select the correct alternative from the given ones that will complete the series.
GRZ, KWV, OBR, SGN, ?
WMJ  
XLJ  
WLJ
 
XMJ 
Question 23 Explanation:
Here as per the sequence it shows that +4,+5,4
i.e;G>alphabet number is 7, so we write as 7+4=11,which is letter K.
R>alphabet number is 18,so we write as 18+5=23,which is letter W.
Z>alphabet number is 26,so we write as 264=22,which is letter V.
Similarly, remaining all are of same type.
Question 24 
By folding the given paper, which of the following cube cannot be made?
I, II and III  
Only IV  
III and IV  
II and III 
Question 25 
In the following question, select the odd word from the given alternatives.
male  
Jacket  
Trouser  
Shirt 
Question 25 Explanation:
Here jacket,trouser,shirt are the things that are usable by us inorder to wear
whereas, MALE is the one which shows the sign of a gender,so we consider it as an odd one.
Question 26 
In the following question below are given some statements followed by some conclusions based on those statements. Taking the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows the given statements
Statements:
 Some M are B
 No L is M.
 No L is B.
 No M is L
Both conclusions I and II follows  
Only conclusion II follows  
Neither conclusion follows  
Only conclusion I follows 
Question 27 
6 teachers P, Q, R, S, T and U have to present lectures. Each teacher will present a lecture on one day from Monday to Saturday. Each teacher presents on a different day. There are 3 male and 3 female teachers. Each male is married to one of the females. More than 2 people present between T and U. R presents on Friday but his wife does not present on Monday. P presents on the next day of S. Two people present between P and U. P’s wife presents on the next day of P. Gender of T and U is the same. Which of the following statement is NOT correct?
S’s wife presents on Monday  
Q is a female teacher and her husband presents on Wednesdy  
Two lecturs are presented between Q and S  
R and U are married couples. 
Question 27 Explanation:
Explanation:
Monday>T(FEMALE)
Tuesday>S(MALE)
Wednesday>P(MALE)
Thursday>Q(FEMALE)
Friday>R(MALE)
Saturday>U(FEMALE)
Question 28 
In the following question, select the related letters from the given alternatives.
KOM : LPN :: TIP 😕
UJQ  
VHQ  
UHQ  
VJQ 
Question 28 Explanation:
Here it is showing that the next alphabet of the given letter
i.e; K>L,O>P,M>N
Similarly,T>U,I>J,P>Q
Question 29 
In a certain code language, ‘I think I can’ is written as ‘6 8 6 4’, “We can think about’ is written as ‘5 4 8 9’. What is the code for ‘think, can’ in that code language?
6 4  
6 9  
8 4  
8 5 
Question 29 Explanation:
Here, THINK and CAN are same in both the lines so in numbers also the common one is 8 and 4.
Question 30 
In the following question below are given some statements followed by some conclusions based on those statements. Taking the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows the given statements.
Statements:
 All honey are chair
 No white is honey
 Some chair are not white
 Some honey are not white
 Some chair are honey
Only conclusion I follows  
Both conclusions II and III follows  
All conclusion follows  
Both conclusions I and II follows 
Question 31 
In the following question, select the missing number from the given series.
8, 31, 12, ?, 1963
491  
471  
481  
461 
Question 32 
Basec on the given venn diagram, which of the following statement(s) is / are NOT correct?
i) Number of balls which are not blue are 4.
ii) Total number of cartoons is 23.
Both I and II  
Neither I nor II  
Only II  
Only I 
Question 33 
Two figures given on the left side of (:☺ are related with some logic / rule / relation. Select the missing figure on the right of (::) from the given alternatives based on the same logic / rule / relation.
A  
B  
C  
D 
Question 34 
In the following question, a group of letters is given. The letters of each group are related with the letters of the same group by some Logic / Rule / Relation. From the given alternatives, select a group of letters which follows the same Logic / Rule / Relation.
(TOPX, ZVXG, FCFP)
(LPCR, RWKZ, XDSI)  
(TGPA, ZNXJ, EUFS)  
(AJNP, GQVY, MXEH)  
(KQRN, QXZW, WEHF) 
Question 35 
By interchanging the given two numbers, which of the following equations will be incorrect?
5 and 2
5 + 2 × 6 ÷ 4 – 1 = 7  
8 + 6 × 2 ÷ 5 – 5 = 17  
2 + 8 × 7 ÷ 4 – 5 = 17  
6 + 8 × 2 ÷ 4 – 5 = 14 
Question 36 
Height of six cups H, R, S, T, V and X is compared. Height of X is more than at least two cups. Height of V is more than X but less than S. height of R is more than H. If the height of T is maximum, then which of the following sequences can be correct?
i ) R < X < V
ii )H < R = X
iii) R < X < S
I, II and III  
Only II  
Both II and III  
Only III 
Question 36 Explanation:
T>S>V>X>R>H
Here,it is given that X is greater than atleast 2cups and next S>V>X as given in the question and also given R>H and T is the tallest.Then combining together we will get the following sequence.
Question 37 
How many bikes are scooters?
17  
18  
19  
16 
Question 38 
A series is given with one term missing. Select the correct alternative from the given ones that will complete the series.
TONY, WTGP, ZYZG, FILO
CDSX  
CESY  
CESX  
CDSY 
Question 39 
By folding the given paper, which of the following cube cannot be made?
III and IV  
II, III and IV  
I and II  
I, II, III and IV 
Question 40 
Arithmetic Ability  1
29  
40  
69  
20 
Question 41 
Arithmetic Ability  2
3  
0.03  
0.003  
0.3 
Question 42 
Which of the following statement is correct?
I) A boat travels 84 km downstream and 42 km upstream. If the speed of the boat and speed of stream are 6 km / hr and 2 km / hr respectively, then the time taken is 20 hours.
II) Length of a platform is 1200 meters. If a 600 meter long train can cross it in 30 seconds then the speed of the train is 54 km / hr.
Both I and II  
Only II  
Neither I nor II  
Only I 
Question 43 
Arithmetic Ability  5
51  
26  
78  
72 
Question 44 
What is the value of 15 × 15 × 15 + 64 3 60 19?
6869  
6879  
6859  
9779 
Question 45 
The line chart given below shows the birth rate (per thousand persons) and death rate (per thousand persons) of countries P, Q, R and S in the year 2018.
Which of the following statement(s) is / are correct?
I) Birth rate of country Q is 9.2 percent more than country R.
II) Birth rate of country R is 11.76 percent more than the birthrate of country S?
III) Birth rate of country Q is 32 percent more than the birth rate of country S
Only II  
Both I and II  
Only I  
Both I and II 
Question 46 
Cost price and selling price of an article are in the ratio of 11 : 16. If the cost price is increased by 20 percent and selling price is increased by 20 percent, then what is the new profit percentage?
61.86  
45.45  
52.24  
37.43 
Question 47 
If the difference between the two numbers is 75 percent of their sum, then what is the ratio of larger numbers and smaller numbers?
5 : 2  
7 : 1  
7 : 2  
7 : 3 
Question 47 Explanation:
Explanation:
xy=75/100(x+y)
xy=¾(x+y)
4x4y=3x+3y
x=7y
then,x/y=7/1
i.e;x:y=7:1
Question 48 
Perimeter of a rectangle is 110 cm and the difference between length and breadth is 5 cm. If the area of the rectangle is equal to the area of an equilateral triangle, then what will be the side of the equilateral triangle?
A  
B  
C  
D 
Question 49 
The table given below shows the price (in Lakhs) of six cars C1, C2, C3, C4 C5 and C6 in three different cities X, Y and Z.
Wif statement(s) is / are correct?
I)The Ratio of the price of C1 in city X to the price of C4 in city Z is 6: 7 respectively.
II) The Ratio of the price of C1 in city X to the price of C4 in city Z is 7: 6 respectively.
III) Price of C5 is 5 percent more in city Y than the price in city X.
All are correct  
Only III  
Only I  
Both II and III 
Question 50 
If x : y = y : z, then what is the value of x^{4} : y^{4}?
y^{6} : x^{6}  
x^{2}: z^{2}  
y^{2} : x^{2}  
x^{3} : z^{3}

There are 50 questions to complete.