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NSEJS PREVIOUS PAPERS 2009-2010

NSEJS PREVIOUS PAPERS 2009-2010

In this post, you will get NSEJS Previous Papers 2009-2010. NSEJS is the first phase of IJSO, it is organized by the IAPT with HBCSE. The full form of NSEJS is National Standard Examination in Junior Science. 

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Previous Year Question Papers
2008-092009-102010-112011-122012-13
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2018-19

PART A : Only ONE out of four options is correct

NSEJS Previous Papers 2009-2010 Ques No 1:

A beaker containing water is placed on the platform of a digital weighting machine. It reads 1100 g. A metal body of density 8 g/cc and mass 200 g is suspended in water in the beaker (without touching the walls of the beaker). It is attached by a suitable string fixed to some support. Now the reading of weighting machine will be

Options:

A. 1100 g

B. 1125 g

C. 1275 g

D. 1300 g

NSEJS Previous Papers 2009-2010 Ques No 2:

The sum of all natural numbers less than 400 which are not divisible by 6, is

Options:

A. 13266

B. 66534

C. 79800

D. 93066

NSEJS Previous Papers 2009-2010 Ques No 3:

In the figure shown, the bigger circle has radius 1 unit, Therefore, the radius of smaller circle must be

Options:

A. Root(2) + 1

B. 1/2

C. 1/Root(2)

D. 1/(Root(2) + 1)

NSEJS Previous Papers 2009-2010 Ques No 4:

Three containers A, B and C of equal volume contain N2, NO2 and CO2 respectively at the same temperature and pressure. The ascending order of their masses is

Options:

A. A, C, B

B. C, A, B

C. B, C, A

D. C, B, A

NSEJS Previous Papers 2009-2010 Ques No 5:

A 3.7 litre 1.0 M NaOH solution is mixed with another 5 litre 0.30 M NaOH solution. The molarity of the resulting solution is

Options:

A. 0.80 M

B. 0.10 M

C. 0.73 M

D. 0.59 M

NSEJS Previous Papers 2009-2010 Ques No 6:

The animal body is found of many cells, but the cells shows no coordination to form tissues in

Options:

A. protozoans

B. coeloterates

C. sponges

D. flat worms

NSEJS Previous Papers 2009-2010 Ques No 7:

An indicator of SO2 pollution is

Options:

A. moss

B. lichens

C. algae

D. pteridophytes

NSEJS Previous Papers 2009-2010 Ques No 8:

The one that CANNOT be used for DNA fingerprint is

Options:

A. leucocytes

B. crythocytes

C. hair bulls

D. sperms

NSEJS Previous Papers 2009-2010 Ques No 9:

A rainbow has circular shape because

Options:

A. the earth is spherical

B. rain drops are spherical

C. the sun is spherical

D. None of these

NSEJS Previous Papers 2009-2010 Ques No 10:

An observer in a car P moving towards north with speed v observes that another car Q is moving towards east with the same speed v. The true velocity of Q is

Options:

A. v towards east

B. v(2)^(1/2) towards north-east

C. v towards south east

D. v(2)^(1/2) towards south-east

NSEJS Previous Papers 2009-2010 Ques No 11:

A body describes uniformly accelerated motion along a straight line. Which of the following displacement time graphs shown represent the motion correctly?

Options:

A. (I) only

B. (I) and (II) only

C. (I), (III) and (IV) only

D. (I), (II), (III) and (IV) only

NSEJS Previous Papers 2009-2010 Ques No 12:

Transition metal iron in amethyst is 

Options:

A. Cr3+

B. Fe3+

C. Mn3+

D. Co3+

NSEJS Previous Papers 2009-2010 Ques No 13:

Among the following the most powerful oxidizing agent is

Options:

A. O2

B. KClO3 + O2

C. H2O

D. O3

NSEJS Previous Papers 2009-2010 Ques No 14:

The half life period of radioactive element is 14 hours. The fraction of the radioactive element that disintegrates in 56 hour is

Options:

A. 0.125

B. 0.0625

C. 0.9025

D. 0.9375

NSEJS Previous Papers 2009-2010 Ques No 15:

Three lines segments in a plane have lengths a, b, and c. No two of these are parallel. If Root(a) + Root(b) = Root(c), then these three line segments

Options:

A. can form an acute angled triangle

B. can form a right angled triangle

C. can form an isosceles triangle

D. cannot form a triangle

NSEJS Previous Papers 2009-2010 Ques No 16:

A cell, an ammeter and a voltmeter are all connected in series. The ammeter reads a current I and the voltmeter a potential difference V. If a torch bulb is connected across the voltmeter, then

Options:

A. both I and V will increase

B. both I and V will decrease

C. I will increase but V will decrease

D. I will decrease but V will increase

NSEJS Previous Papers 2009-2010 Ques No 17:

Dispersion of white light into its constituent colours occurs during 

Options:

A. reflection at a plane mirror

B. reflection at a concave mirror

C. internal reflection inside a spherical drop of water

D. reflection at the boundary of a transparent medium

NSEJS Previous Paper 2009-2010 Ques No 18:

Ice at 0 degree C is put in a closed container and heat is supplied to it continuously at a uniform rate. Which of the following graphs gives the temperature variation with time correctly?

Options:

NSEJS Previous Paper 2009-2010 Ques No 19:

Two circles of radii 2 cm and 3 cm touch each other externally. The length of direct common tangent to the two circles will be

Options:

A. 2Root(6) cm

B. Root(26) cm

C. 5 cm

D. 2.4 cm

NSEJS Previous Paper 2009-2010 Ques No 20:

Formalin is 40% aqueous solution of 

Options:

A. formic acid

B. freon gas

C. formaldehyde

D. a mixture of formic acid and formaldehyde in a ratio 1 : 1

NSEJS Previous Paper 2009-2010 Ques No 21:

Green Fuel means

Options:

A. fuel obtained from the plant leaves

B. green coloured fuel

C. chemicals used for the growth of plants

D. fuel obtained from plastic waste

NSEJS Previous Paper 2009-2010 Ques No 22:

Which of the following is a true fruit?

Options:

A. pear

B. coconut

C. apple

D. cashewnut

NSEJS Previous Paper 2009-2010 Ques No 23:

The number of chromosomes can be counted at 

Options:

A. anaphase

B. interphase

C. metaphase

D. prophase

NSEJS Previous Paper 2009-2010 Ques No 24:

Which of the following is a true fish?

Options:

A. Star fish

B. Gold Fish

C. Silver fish

D. Hag fish

NSEJS Previous Paper 2009-2010 Ques No 25:

Newton deduced the inverse square law of gravitation

Options:

A. y observing motion of an apple falling from a tree

B. by using Kepler law of planetary motion.

C. by studying motion of different objects in the laboratory 

D. by using data obtained from Canvendish experiment

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NSEJS
Previous Year Question Papers
2008-092009-102010-112011-122012-13
2013-142014-152015-162016-172017-18
2018-19

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