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SSC CHSL Exam 2015: Previous Year Paper 20 December 2015 (Evening Shift)

The SSC CHSL Exam (LDC/DEO) 2015 was held on 1st 20th December 2015 for recruitment of Postal Assistants/Sorting Assistants, DEO and LDC. The Team of Jagranjosh.com has come up with the question paper of SSC (CHSL) Examination 2015.

Jul 7, 2016 13:26 IST
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SSC Team of Jagranjosh.com has come up with the question paper of SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam (LDC/DEO) 2015. The examination was held on 20th December 2015 for recruitment of Postal Assistants/Sorting Assistants, Data Entry Operators (DEO) and Lower Divisional Clerks (LDC).

The entire question paper of 200 marks consisted of four sections: English Language, General Intelligence, Quantitative Aptitude and General Awareness with 02 hours duration in total. Each wrong answer carried a negative marking of 0.25.

SSC aspirants can go through the question paper given below and get an idea of the probable question types asked in the examination.

151. The power of Supreme Court of India to decide the dispute between the Centre and States falls under its

(A) Constitutional Jurisdiction
(B) Appellate Jurisdiction
(C) Advisory Jurisdiction
(D) Original Jurisdiction

152. May 8 is observed as

(A) Commonwealth Day
(B) World Telecommunication Day
(C) World Red Cross Day
(D) World Standard Day

153. Cement factory workers are prone to

(A) Bone marrow disease
(B) Asbestosis
(C) Cytosilicosis
(D) Leukemia

154. The first Indian woman to reach Olympic finals in individual track events as

(A) M.D. Valsamma
(B) P.T. Usha
(C) Arti Saha
(D) Shiny Abraham

155. Heterothallism was discovered by

(A) E.J. Butler
(B) A.F. Blakelee
(C) B.B. Mundkar
(D) J.H. Graigie

SSC CHSL Exam 2015: Question Paper: 20th December 2015 (Evening Shift)

SSC CHSL Exam 2015: Question Paper: 20th December 2015 (Morning Shift)

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Click here for complete paper held on 1st November Evening Shift

 

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