UPSSSC (Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection Commission) conducted the Preliminary Eligibility Test (PET) for the recruitment process of government jobs in Uttar Pradesh. This exam was conducted on 29th October, 2023 in two shifts. Here UPSSSC PET 2023, 29 October 2nd shift question paper along with answer key has been provided.
|UPSSSC PET Exam – 28 Oct 2023 1st Shift (Official Answer Key)|
|UPSSSC PET Exam – 28 Oct 2023 2nd Shift (Official Answer Key)|
|UPSSSC PET Exam – 29 Oct 2023 1st Shift (Official Answer Key)
|UPSSSC PET Exam – 29 Oct 2023 2nd Shift (Official Answer Key)
|Exam||UPSSSC PET Exam Paper 2023|
||29 October, 2023 (Evening Shift)|
|UPSSSC PET Exam – 28 Oct 2023 1st Shift (Answer Key) – Hindi|
|UPSSSC PET Exam – 28 Oct 2023 2nd Shift (Answer Key) – Hindi|
|UPSSSC PET Exam – 29 Oct 2023 1nd Shift (Answer Key) – Hindi|
|UPSSSC PET Exam – 29 Oct 2023 2nd Shift (Answer Key) – Hindi|
UPSSSC PET Exam 29 Oct 2023 (2nd Shift)
1. Fill in the blank with correct preposition :
I have never looked on a face that was so devoid ________ feeling.
2. Give synonym of underlined word:
He sat there disparaging about the legal system.
3. Give one word for :
The original inhabitants of a country.
Read the following paragraph and answer the following questions : (Q. 4 and 5)
In the United States someone legally becomes an adult when they turn 18 years old. At 18, U.S. citizens can vote. They can also serve in the military and go fight in wars for the country. An 18-year old can also buy cigarettes and other tobacco products, but 18- year-olds cannot buy alcoholic beverages. People in the U.S. need to wait until they are 21 to be able to do that.
At the age of 18, people can legally live on their own, work, and get married. However, turning 18 doesn’t mean everyone is ready to take on adult responsibilities. At the age of 18, most people are just graduating from high school. Many will go to college. Some young people choose to go to college far from their homes and live in dormitories. Others pick a college close to home and stay with their parents to save money. Yet others will choose to live on their own. Legally, a parent does not have to provide for their child when the child’ turns 18.
4. Which is correct from the followings with reference to U.S. ?
(A) Children must leave their parents even after 18,
(B) Children must live with their parents even after 18.
(C) All are incorrect.
(D) Children may live with their parents even after 18.
5. In U.S., what is the minimum age required to join military ?
6. A clock is set right at 8 a.m. The clock gains 10 minutes in 24 hours. What will be the true time when the clock indicates 1 p.m. on the following day?
(A) 47 min. past 12
(B) 45 min. past 12
(C) 46 min. past 12
(D) 48 min past 12
7. If the words are arranged according to the dictionary, what will come in the second place from the last?
8. In a row of Pigeons, all are facing north, P1 is 9th from the left end and P2 is 12th from the right end. There are three peacocks between P1 and P2. PI and P3 Care equidistant to P4. Find how many Pigeons are there in the row.
(C) Can’t be determined
9. In a code language, PERMUTATION is written as IBKFRMXMFLG. How will PUBLICSECTOR be written as in that language?
10. In the question two statements I and II are given. These statements may be either independent causes or may be effects of independent causes or common cause. One of these statements a may be the effect of the other statement. Read both the statements, and decide which of the following answer choice correctly depicts the relationship between these two statements.
I. The Government has decided to hold a single entrance test for admission all the medical colleges in India.
II. The State Government has debarred students from other States to apply for the seats in the medical colleges in the State.
(A) Both the statements I and II are effects of some common cause.
(B) Statement I is the cause and statement II is its effect.
(C) Both the statements I and II are independent causes.
(D) Statement II is the cause and statement I is its effect.
11. Recently, National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) has developed which among the following applications for Seamless Inspection for real time monitoring of the Child Care Institutions?
12. Recently, the leaders of India and which among the following countries committed to enhance cooperation on climate ambition, decarbonization and clean energy, and work together to have meaningful outcomes from the 28th Session of the UNFCCC Conference of Parties?
(A) United Arab Emirates (UAE)
13. ________ signed MOU with NIOS to share expertise and resources, as well co-develop quality learning resources in Indian Sign Language on the occasion of 3rd year of NEP 2020 celebrations.
14. The Government of India has set target to raise the share of in the energy mix to 15% by 2030.
(A) Solar Energy
(B) Natural Gas
(C) Hydro power
15. Who among the following recently launched DBT (Direct Benefit Transfer) in NAPS (National Apprenticeship Promotion Scheme) to Scheme) to strengthen apprenticeship ecosystem in India?
(A) Shri Piyush Goyal
(B) Shri Dharmendra Pradhan
(C) Shri Ramesh Pokhriyal
(D) Shri B.V.R. Subrahmanyam
16. Which among the following countries declared National Emergency due to spike in Guillain-Barre syndrome cases?
17. Which among the following railway station from India got UNESCO’s Asia. Pacific Cultural Heritage Award?
(A) Kacheguda Railway Station, Telangana
(B) Howrah Railway Station, West Bengal
(C) Byculla Railway Station, Maharashtra
(D) Guntakal Railway Station, Andhra Pradesh
18. Give name of the popular hill fort located in Sahyadri Mountain Range that is known as “The Eagle’s Nest”.
(A) Kasa Fort
(B) Shivneri Fort
(C) Rangana Fort
(D) Torna Fort
19. Recently Minister of Civil Aviation, Shri Jyotiraditya Scindia has inaugurated Utkela Airport that is a regional airport under the UDAN scheme in which of the following states of India ?
20. Which of the following states of U.S.A. has declared month of October as “Hindu Heritage Month”?
(B) San Francisco