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SSC CHSL Exam 2015: Previous Year Paper

Oct 13, 2016 16:24 IST

    Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has conducted written examination of Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL) Exam on 20th December 2015. The examination was conducted for the 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. A semi enclosed coastal body of water which has a free connection with the open sea is called

    (A) Ria coast
    (B) Estuary
    (C) Fjord
    (D) Cove

    152. Cuba is the largest producer of

    (A) Rice
    (B) Barley
    (c) Sugar
    (D) Wheat

    153. Seismography is the science of

    (A) Mountains
    (B) Rivers
    (C) Earthquakes
    (D) Volcanoes

    154. Which of the following is true with reference to blood platelets?

    (A) They are also called thrombocytes.
    (B) They have prominent nuclei.
    (C) They are involved in phagocytosis.
    (D) They have a pigment called haemoglobin

    155. The basic unit of  biosystematics is

    (A) Genotype
    (B) Phenotype
    (C) Ecotype
    (D) Florotype

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

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

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