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Gauhati High Court Judicial Assistant for Kohima Bench Nagaland Question Paper : ghconline.gov.in

Name of the Organization : The Gauhati High Court
Name of the Exam : Judicial Assistant for Kohima Bench Nagaland
Department : Non-Judicial Services
Document Type : Sample Question Paper
Year : 2014
Website : http://ghconline.gov.in/QPaperIndex.html#Four
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GHC Judicial Assistant for Kohima Bench Nagaland

Total Marks : 20
Duration : 30 Minutes

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Directions: (Question Nos. I to 4): In these questions, sentences are given with blanks to be filled with proper word(s). Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the correct alternative out of the four.


I. Throughout his career, his performance has fairly been
(A) Consistence
(B) Consistent
(C) Consisting
(D) Constituted

2. l convey my thanks the members of the club.
(A) for
(B) of
(C) to
(D) about

3. The government on this issue.
(A) is divided
(B) are divided
(C) is being divided
(D) divided

4. The student is yet to his home task.
(A) completion
(B) compete
(C) complete
(D) continue

Directions: (Question Nos. 5 to 7): In these questions, choose the word opposite in meaning to the given word.
5. Slave
(A) surf
(B) landlord
(C)master
(D) tenant

6. Deep
(A) Shallow
(B) hollow
(C)Steep
(D) low

7. Egoist
(A) spiritless
(B) selfless
(C)senseless
(D) soulless

Directions: (Question Nos. 8 to IO): In these questions, four alternatives are given for the Idiom/Phrase underlined in the sentence. Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the Idiom/Phrase.
8. l have told you time and again not to make this mistake.
(A) always
(B) often
(C) sometimes
(D) rarely

9. He handled the situation with an iron fist.
(A) strictly
(B) leniently
(C) softly
(D) wayward

10. She is leaving the country for good.
(A) for the time being
(B) for good times
(C) temporarily
(D) permanently

Directions: (Question No.11 ): In this question, a sentence/part of the sentence is underlined. Below are given alternatives to the underlined sentence/part of the sentence at (A), (B) and (C) which may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is needed, you answer is (D)
l1. I am neither a poet nor philosopher.
(A) not philosopher
(B) nor the philosopher
(C) nor a philosopher
(D) no improvement

Directions: (Question Nos. 12 and l3): In these questions, out of the four alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentences.
12. One who is all powerful
(A) omnipotent
(B) omniscient
(C) absolute
(D) almighty

l3. That which cannot be believed.
(A) inaudible
(B) incredible
(C) invincible
(D) indivisible

Directions: (Question No. 14): In this question, four words are given in each question, out of which only one word is correctly spelt. Find the correctly spelt word.
14. (A) Eleution (B) Elocation (C) Elocution (D) Elocutiun

Directions: (Question 15 and 16): In these questions, choose the alternative which is suitable to express the sentence meaningfully.
15. The offer is very good so it just can’t be true.
(A) so good to
(B) rather good to
(C) too good to
(D) No improvement.

Directions (Q. Nos. 1 to 10), Choose the appropriate synonyms
1) Collusion
(A) friction
(B) conspiracy
(C) prohibition
(D) restriction

2) Consensus
(A) unanimity
(B) discord
(C) clear
(D) Continuous

3) Benevolent
(A) convenient
(B) delicious
(C) generous
(D) massive

4) Hazardous
(A) enormous
(B) glorious
(C) ugly
(D) perilous

5) Impromptant
(A) premeditated
(B) important
(C) extenpore
(D) immature

6) Mammoth
(A) Colossal
(B) modest
(C) miniature
(D) distraught

7) Nexus
(A) Difference
(B) Distance
(C) Deficit
(D) Connection

8) Jibe
(A) Jokes
(B) Abuses
(C) Praise
(D) Taunt

9) Parsimony
(A) Expenditure
(B) Bankruptcy
(C) Bribery
(D) Miserliness

10) Ubiquitous
(A) moderate
(B) omnipotent
(C) omnipresent
(D) attractive

Directions (Q. Nos. 11 to 20). Choose the appropriate antonyms
11) Impertinent
(A) Insolent
(B) impudent
(C) Cheeky
(D) Courteous

12) Impeccable
(A) Faulty
(B) Tedious
(C) Flashy
(D) Boring

13) Inquisitive
(A) ignorant
(B) indifferent
(C) knowledgeable
(D) legitimate

14) Pinnacle
(A) apex
(B) nadir
(C) zenith
(D) crest

15) Diffidence
(A) Shyness
(B) Sharpness
(C) Self-Assurance
(D) Trust

16) Plethora
(A) dearth
(B) superfluous
(C) sufficient
(D) happiness

17). Unscrupulous
(A) Corrupt
(B) even
(C) constant
(D) honest

18) Affluent
(A) responsible
(B) inconsiderate
(C) idealistic
(D) deprived

19) Eulogy
(A) condemnation
(B) analogy
(C) prayer
(D) affinity

20) Sporadic
(A) irregular
(B) regular
(C) soothing
(D) elegant

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