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Name of the Organisation : Karnataka Power Corporation Limited
Post : CHEMIST
Subject : CHEMIST
Document Type : Model Question Paper
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Karnataka Power Corporation Ltd., (KPCL) a Government of Karnataka Undertaking, is a premier and professionally managed power Generation Company. Optimum generation from existing plants and speedy commissioning of new plants extends immense professional opportunities for competent and qualified personnel.

Note :
** Hyd-Kar Candidates applying for Non Hyd-Kar posts also, should submit separate applications and furnish the post code and application number in Hyd-Kar application.
** Candidates applying for more than one post will have to choose the same exam centers.
** Application will not be accepted through post, personal delivery, courier or any other mode.

Sample Question

1. The phrase “Stranger gas” refers to _____
A. Nitrous Oxide
B. Xenon$
C. Argon
D. None of these

2. Which of the following alcohols is generally used as fuel?
A. Methyl alcohol
B. Propylene
C. Ethyl alcohol$
D. Glycolic alcohol

3. Which of the following is used in photography?
A. Sodium thiosulphate$
B. Potassium sulphate
C. Aluminum sulphate
D. None of these

4. Which is the solvent used in nail polish remover?
A. Benzene
B. Iodine
C. Acetone$
D. None of these

5. Which of the following four elements is heaviest?
A. Iron
B. Nitrogen
C. Carbon
D. Mercury$

6. Which of the following is used in manufacturing glass?
A. Silica$
B. Potassium Chloride
C. Aluminum nitrate
D. None of these

7. Which of the following elements is abundant in the earth’s crust?
A. Aluminum
B. Uranium
C. Plutonium
D. Silicon$

8. Which of the following is homonuclear?
A. Hydrogen
B. Oxygen
C. Both A and B$
D. None of the above

9. Which of the following gasses is heteronuclear?
A. Carbon dioxide$
B. Oxygen
C. Hydrogen
D. None of these

10. What is PVC?
A. Polyvinyl Carbide$
B. Polyvinyl Chloride
C. Polyvinyl Carbonate
D. Phosphoric Vinyl Chloride

11. Which of the following is used for cloud seeding?
A. Silver iodide$
B. Potassium Chloride
C. Manganese bromide
D. None of these

12. How many isotopes does Polonium have?
A. 33$
B. 40
C. 12
D. None of these

13. Which of the following is the SI unit of radioactivity?
A. Radiances
B. Becquerel$
C. Henri
D. None of the above

14. Which of the following is the cause for acid rain?
A. Carbon monoxide
B. Nitrous oxide
C. Sulphur dioxide
D. Both B and C$

15. Which of the following properties of water is responsible for water drops being spherical in shape?
A. Surface tension$
B. Neutral in acidity
C. High viscosity
D. None of these

16. What is a Pascal equal to?
A. On Newton per square meter$
B. On Newton per meter
C. On Newton per cubic meter
D. None of these

17. Which of the following statements is true with respect to the Antoine equation?
A. It is a mathematical expression of the relation between the volume and the temperature of pure liquid or solid substances
B. It is a mathematical expression of the relation between the vapor pressure and the density of pure liquid or solid substances
C. It is a mathematical expression of the relation between the vapor pressure and the temperature of pure liquid or solid substances$
D. None of the above

18. Which of the following statements is true?
A. Only half of the isotopes of polonium are radioactive
B. All the isotopes of polonium are radioactive$
C. Only one of the isotopes of polonium is radioactive
D. None of the isotopes of polonium are radio active

19. Which of the following is a Relatively more stable entities with unpaired electrons?
A. CO
B. NO$
C. O2
D. None of the above

20. Atoms bond in order to____
A. Increase their potential energy and gain stability
B. Reduce their potential energy and gain stability$
C. Reduce their potential energy and lose stability
D. None of the above

General Instructions

a. Applicants should be Indian Citizens.
b. Candidates who are still awaiting the result of the qualifying examination on the last date fixed for submitting applications need not apply.

c. If, at any point of time it is found that the candidate has given false information he/she will not only be disqualified from further stages of recruitment but also liable for appropriate legal action.

d. Number of vacancies indicated in this notification is provisional which may increase or decrease depending upon the actual need. KPCL reserves the right to cancel this recruitment process in part or full at any stage without assigning any reason.

e. The candidates who are in service shall submit a No Objection Certificate from their employer at the time of document verification in original, failing which their candidature will be rejected.

f. The candidates may please note that normally there may be large number of applications being submitted on the last day, which may lead to heavy network traffic, resulting in delay/non-submission of the online application. Therefore candidates are requested to submit their online applications early without waiting for the last day. The organization is not responsible for any failures in submission of online applications in time.

g. Any representation or correspondence regarding the recruitment process will NOT be entertained. All relevant information on recruitment will be made available in the KPCL website from time to time.

h. No application will be accepted through post, personal delivery, courier or any other mode.

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