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# SUAT Sharda University Admission Test UG Engineering Sample Question Paper 2017

Name of the University : Sharda University
Name of the Exam : SUAT Sharda University Admission Test UG Engg. 2017
Courses:  UG Engineering
Document Type : Sample Papers
Year : 2017

Website : http://suat.sharda.ac.in/sample-paper.html

## SUAT UG Engineering Sample Question Paper :

Physics :
1. A carnot engine working between 300K has a work output of 800J per cycle. The amoun of heat energy supplied to the engine in each cycle is
a) 800J
b) 1600J
c) 3200J
d) 6400J

2. For hydrogen gas Cp-Cv=a and for oxygen gas Cp-Cv=b. The relation between a and b is
a) a=16b
b) a=b/16
c) a=4b
d) a=b

3. The equation of state corresponding to 8 g of O2 is (assume O2 to be an ideal gas)
a) PV=8RT
b) PV=RT/4
c) PV=RT
d) PV=RT/2

4. When an ideal monoatomic gas is heated at constant pressure, the fraction of heat energy supplied which increases the internal energy of the gas is
a) 2/5
b) 3/5
c) 3/7
d) 3/4

5. At zero Kelvin, which of the following properties of a gas will be zero?
a) Kinetic energy
b) Potential energy
c) Mass
d) Density

6. By exerting a certain amount of pressure on an ice block, you
a) Lower its melting point
b) Make it melt at 00C only
c) Make it melt at a faster rate
d) Raise its melting point

7. If 110J of heat is supplied to a gaseous system, its internal energy changes by 40J. The amount of external work done is
a) 150J
b) 70J
c) 110J
d) 40J

8. A body cools from 50.00C to 49.90C in 5s. How long will it take to cool from 40.00C to 39.90C? Assume the temperature of the surroundings to be 30.00C and Newton’s law of cooling to be valid.
a) 2.5s
b) 10s
c) 20s
d) 5s

9. The critical temperature of CO2 is 31.10C and the room temperature is 400c, then CO2 behaves as a
a) Gas
b) Vapour
c) Gas and vapour
d) Liquid

10. One mole of a monoatomic gas is mixed with one mole of a diatomic gas. What will be the value of for the mixture?
(a) 1.5
(b) 1.54
(c) 1.4
(d) 1.45

Biology :
1. If a cell has twice as much DNA as in a normal functional cell, it means that the cell ______.
(a) has completed division
(b) is preparing to divide
(c) has ceased to function
(d) has reached the end of its lifespan

2. Cell wall consists of
(a) Lignin, hemi cellulose, pectin and lipid
(b) Lignin hemi cellulose, protein and lipid
(c) Hemi cellulose, cellulose, tubulin and lignin
(d) Lignin, hemi cellulose, pectin and cellulose

3. Restriction endonuclease is employed for
(a) Cutting RNA
(b) Cutting single stranded DNA
(c) Cutting double stranded DNA
(d) Joining strands of DNA

4. The rough endoplasmic reticulum (RER) in the cells are because of the presence of
(a) Sulphur granules on the surface of ER
(b) Volutin granules on the surface of ER
(c) Ribosomes on the surface of ER
(d) Mitochondria associated with ER

5. The non protein part of an enzyme is known as
(a) Prosthetic group
(b) Apoenzyme
(c) Vitamin
(d) Holoenzyme

6. One important characteristic of viruses is that they
(a) Have an independent metabolism
(b) Can be cultured in a cell-free medium
(c) Can multiply outside a living cell
(d) Do not have an independent metabolism

7. The „„lock and key?? model of enzyme action illustrates that a particular enzyme molecule
(a) May be destroyed and resynthesised several times
(b) Interacts with a specific type of substrate molecule
(c) Reacts at identical rates under all conditions
(d) Forms a permanent enzyme-substrate complex

8. Carbohydrates, the most abundant biomolecules on earth, are produced by
(a) Fungi, algae and green plants cells
(b) All bacteria, fungi and algae
(c) Some bacteria, algae and green plant cells
(d) Viruses, fungi and bacteria

9. How does enveloped virus enter into host cells?
(a) by phagocytosis
(b) by contact with cell receptor and endocytosis
(c) by injecting its own nucleic acid inside the host cells
(d) by fusion with the plasma membrane of host

10. The “Repeating Unit” of glycogen is
(a) Fructose
(b) Mannose
(c) Glucose
(d) Galactose

Verbal Aptitude :
1. Supply a verb in agreement with its subject
To take salary and then not to work _____dishonest.
(a)is
(b) are
(c) were
(d) being

2. Supply a verb in agreement with its subject
The cost of all these articles _________risen.
(a) have
(b) is
(c) has
(d) was

3. Supply a verb in agreement with its subject
One or the other of those fellows ______stolen my watch.
(a) have
(b) is
(c) will
(d) has

4. Supply a verb in agreement with its subject
The Three Gamblers _________written by my friend.
(a) was
(b) were
(d) will

5. Supply a verb in agreement with its subject
The ebb and flow of the tides ________explained by Newton.
(a) were
(b) was
(d) will

6. Fill up the blank with a suitable preposition
He is fond _______ his mother.
(a)with
(b)of
(c)off
(d) without

7. Fill up the blank with a suitable preposition
Your proposal is not acceptable ______me.
(a) to
(b) for
(c) under
(d) into

8. Fill up the blank with a suitable preposition
I am not angry _______you.
(a)into
(b) without
(c) with
(d) over

9. Fill up the blank with a suitable preposition