Genuine Questions asked in SSC CHSL held on 30th Jan 2017

In this blog, we have shared questions out of all subjects for SSC CHSL exam. so that, you can review the pattern and question type of the related topics. check in to get more information.

In this post, we have put the questions taken from the CHSL aspirants and these questions are completely based on memory for 30th Jan 2017 exam. These questions will help you in perceiving out the following things: -

  1. Question’s difficulty level.
  2. Chapter wise distribution of questions.
  3. Questions repetitiveness.
  4. Judging Cut off marks, whether it is high or low.
  5. Assistance in plotting a strategy for the rest attempts.

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Genuine Questions asked in SSC CHSL held on 30th Jan 2017

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Inquired Questions in SSC CHSL held on 27th Jan 2017

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Questions framed in SSC CHSL for 25th Jan 2017

Inquired Questions in SSC CHSL held on 24th Jan 2017

Questions asked in SSC CHSL held on 23rd Jan 2017 (Memory based)

Questions based on memory framed in SSC CHSL held on 22nd Jan 2017

Questions asked in SSC CHSL held on 21st Jan 2017- Shift 1

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A comprehensive analysis of the SSC CHSL exam held on 9th January 2017

A Series of questions asked in SSC CHSL held on 8th Jan 2017

A descriptive analysis based on questions asked in SSC CHSL held on 7th Jan 2017

These questions would be subjective in appearing for further exams i.e. SSC CGL, MTS and other competitive exams. Exams held from 7th Jan  to 9th Jan 2017 will be held in two time slots, whereas, remaining exams will be conducted in three shifts.

** The following questions are from the Shift-1 & 2 exam generally. As soon, as we get new questions from the remaining shifts then we will get to you back in the same blog.

Quantitative Aptitude

First Shift

Second shift

  1. Cos 4π/3 = ? 
  2. (Sin θ)/(1 + cos θ)
  3. Formula for tan3θ=?
  4. If A alone can eat 15 laddoos in 30 days and A & B together can eat 30 laddoos in 90 days. Then in 10 days, how many laddoos can B alone eat?
  5. The circumference of the base of a cylinder is given as 44 cm. Its volume is given as 2310 cm.Find the total surface area of this cylinder.
  1. tan2x + cot2x + 2 = A. Find A
  2. tan (A-B) formula
  3. a/b = 5/8 then find a+b/a-b =? 
  4. Given that the radius of a hemisphere is 14 cm, find its volume?
  5. Two points on a line are given. Find the slope parallel to this line.
  6. Find the rate of Compound Interest when the interests generated in 2nd year and 3rd year is given.

 General Awareness

First Shift

Second shift

  1. Capital of Ireland? Dublin
  2. Internet protocol inventor? Robert E. Kahn
  3. Whose tomb was the 1st garden tomb in the subcontinent? Humayun
  4. Who won the Bharat Ratna award in 2015? Atal Bihari Vajpayee
  5. Under which article of the Indian Constitution was the State of Emergency declare in 1975? 352
  6. What is the scientific name for cumin? Cuminum cyminum
  7. Who wrote the book ‘Life of Pi’? Yann Martel
  8. Which of the languages listed is not from South India {Konkani, Maithili etc.}? Maithili
  9. Formula for ammonium chloride? NH4Cl
  10. Bile is secreted by which organ? Liver
  11. Odd man out (Salt Satyagraha, Quit India Movement, 2 more options)
  12. Full form of IMF? International Monetary Fund
  13. Pyrite is an ore of {Iron, Copper, Molybdenum, Manganese} Iron
  14. Which of the following is a beta blocker used in the case of heart attacks?
  15. Full form of TCP? Transmission Control Protocol
  16. Anjum Chopra is related to which sport? Cricket
  17. The Indravati tiger reserve is located in which state? Chhattisgarh
  18. What is the scientific name of Babool? Acacia nilotica
  19. A set of maps is called? Atlas
  20. Which of the following elements has the lowest melting point {Lead, Iodine, Iron, Nitrogen}? Nitrogen
  21. Economics related question: D is given as 24000-18P, S= 18000-6P, then the condition of equilibrium?
  1. What is the capital of New Zealand? Wellington
  2. Who invented the LED? Nick Holonyak & Oleg Losev
  3. Who wrote the book ‘The Twentieth Wife’? Indu Sundaresan
  4. Udit Narayan was awarded which of the following {Bharat Ratna, Padma Shri, Padma Bhushan, Padma Vibhushan}? Padma Bhushan
  5. What does Article 31a of the Constitution refer to? Right to Property
  6. How many parts are there in the Indian Constitution? 22
  7. What type of bonds exists in water? Hydrogen bonds
  8. What dynasty did Ashoka belong to? Maurya
  9. Cholera is caused by? Bacteria Vibrio Cholerae
  10. Who discovered the value of G (universal gravitational constant)? Isaac Newton
  11. Which is the alkaline earth element after Neon? Magnesium
  12. One question on demand curve.
  13. One question on Holocaust.
  14. One question on Anaerobic respiration.
  15. One question on National Parks.


General Intelligence

First Shift

Second shift

Find the odd number out. 18,48,150,180

To be updated soon


English Language

First Shift

Second shift

  1. Cloze Test on Corruption
  2. Synonym of CONCOCTED {Decimated, Pulverized, etc.}?
  3. a.      Antonym of ASSIDUOUS? Lethargy
  4. Synonym of CONSENSUS? Harmony
  5. Meaning of the idiom ‘To cry over spilt milk’? To regret

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