Indian Air Force
GROUND DUTIES BRANCH COMMON ENTRANCE TEST (CET) Notification
About India Air Force
India Air Force is India’s air arm of three armed forces. It primary goal is to protect Indian people from any aerial attack, secure Indian air space and help other armed forces aerially in attack while war or to protect them. It was formed in late 1932. Firstly, it was named as Air force of Indian Empire and Royal was added in it during year 1945, it was actually a recognition given by British government for its service during World War 2. So it became Royal Air force of Indian Empire for short time. When India became republic, it was named back simply as India air force.
After Pakistan was parted from whole Hindustan, IAF has served India very well. IAF was involved in some wars after independence, one with Pakistan and one with China. IAF has also completed some important operations for India, like operation Meghdoot, operation Cactus and operation Vijay and with all these IAF is also serving social purpose by working for United Nations mission for maintaining worldwide peace.
IAF serves to president of India. President for India is the person responsible for IAF. Air chief marshal or also known as Chief of Air staff, a four star commander commands air force on behalf of President of India. With around 170,000 personnel, 1700 aircrafts including 852 combat aircraft in service, IAF is 4th largest air force in world. Recently, IAF decided to replace all its old MIG-21 aircrafts with newer ones. Structure of Indian defense forces is like a tree. President of India is situated at topmost position; he is supreme commander of all armed forces. On behalf of President, defense ministry and respective head of armed forces handles armed forces.
IAF is divided into five operational and two functional divisions for the sake of functionality. Each one is headed by Air officer commander in chief having rank of Air marshal. Operational divisions is responsible for using aircrafts in its area of responsibility and functional division maintains combat readiness.
Indian Air Force
GROUND DUTIES BRANCH COMMON ENTRANCE TEST (CET)
The model question paper only offers a broad overview and does not purport to represent either the syllabus or the pattern of questions that would appear in the Common Entrance Test.
SCHEME AND SYLLABUS
Common entrance Test (CET) is a tool to assess the proficiency of the candidate in English and General Awareness, for selection in Ground Duties Branches.
CET has two parts, namely
Part A- Multiple Choice Questions: English and General Awareness (30 Questions) (Duration 20 Minutes)
Part B- Descriptive Test in English: Three Questions – One Comprehension passage with 5 Questions, one letter writing and One paragraph writing (Duration: 30 minutes).
This test is applicable to all those aspirants who apply for non-technical branches. The contents of the test include the following in
Part-A and Part-B respectively:-
Part A: English (Grammar and usage) and General Awareness – MCQs
Part B: General Composition in English
(i) Reading and Comprehension
(ii) Letter writing
(iii) Paragraph Writing
MODEL QUESTION PAPER COMMON ENTRANCE TEST (CET)
PART-A: Multiple Choice Questions
1. She spent her time in Mumbai ____________ in cafes and bars.
(a) hang out (b) hang up
(c) hang on (d) hanging out
2. One should ________ drugs.
(a) Keep up
(b) Keep Down
(c) Keep Off
(d) Keep on
3. The boy has __________ from all disciplines.
(a) Break away (b) Broken away
(c) Break into (d) Broken into
4. Strong Acids _________ metals.
(a) act upon (b) act upto
(c) act on (d) acting upto
5. If I _______________ you I wouldn’t return the call.
(a) Was (b) am
(c) were (d) would be
6. Our teacher ____________ us to the laboratory and showed us a number of experiments.
(a) taken (b) taking
(c) took (d) takes
7. Nisha________ her son against the dangers of driving the car too fast.
(a) threatened (b) warned
(c) spoke to (d) remembered
8. Give an example pertinent ________case.
(a) with (b) to
(c) on (d) for
9. He was, advised to abstain _______all alcoholic drinks.
(a) from (b) in
(c) by (d) to
10. In which year was Jesus crucified.
(a) 50 AD (b) 43 AD
(c) 33 AD (e) 190 AD
11. Lenin’s death took place in
(a) 1924 (b) 1922
(c) 1921 (d) None of these
12. The first president of USA was
(a) Jimmy Carter
(b) Theodore Roosevelt
(c) Abraham Lincoln
(d) George Washington
13. The most popular city of world
(a) New York (b) Mumbai
(c) Tokyo (d) London
14. World’s largest sugarcane producer is
(a) Cuba (b) India
(c) Pakistan (d) China
15. The brightest planet is
(a) Saturn (b) Mars
(c) Venus (d) Jupiter
16. Which of the following instruments
is used for measuring humidity of air?
17. If a horse starts suddenly, the rider may fall due to
(a) moment of inertia
(b) inertia of rest
(c) law of conservation of mass
(d) third law of motion
18. The gland that contains body’s
(a) Pancreas (b) Thyroid
(c) pituitary (d) Hypothalamus
19. Blood is formed in human adult by
(a) Heart (b) Spleen
(c) Red bone marrow (d) lungs
20. which soil requires least use of fertilizers
(a) Red soil (b) alluvial oil
(d) laterite soil (d)black soil
21. The Temperature at which water possesses maximum density is
(a) 0 deg C (b) 4 deg C
(c) -4 deg C (d) 0 deg F
22. He was apotheosized because of his miraculous powers.
(a) departure from tradition
(b) impatience with stupidity
(c) demolition from glory
(d) surrender to impulse
23. His ideas are quixotic.
(a) Slow (b) pragmatic
(c) grave (d) benevolent
24. Propriety and sobriety makes one fit for the society.
(a) Influence (b) holiness
(c) civility (d) mirth
25. Rumors are always concocted stories in an exaggerated form.
(a) Manage (b) tickle
(b) smart (d) originate
26. Seated amongst the assembly were distinguished persons from different fields.
(a) Differentiated (b) renowned
(c) recognized (d) classified
27. Learned persons from all fields gathered at the conference.
(a) acquired (b) gained
(c) educated (d) well -informed
28. If you would recall (a) / our first meeting (b) / than you may (c) /understand my point. (d)
29. The party was (a) / scheduled to take place (b)/ tomorrow but now (c) / it stand cancelled. (d)
30. While presenting (a)/ his maiden speech (b) / Kamal seemed very confidently (c) / and people responded very well (d).
PART-B: Descriptive Type Questions
A passage is given below followed by five questions. Read the passage carefully and answer the questions given below.
The stock-taking at the first national convention on consumer protection served to highlight the areas that called for special attention to sustain the momentum of the movement as genuine for safeguarding the people’s interests. Spreading awareness about the rights of the consumers and the relief open to them in case they did not get their money’s worth of goods and services has highly been identified as the first priority. While this may not be a difficult task in urban areas, where the movement is concentrated at present, taking it to the vast rural hinterland calls for a multi-media approach in which radio and television have a crucial role to play. The involvement of 500 odd consumer organizations in the country in publicizing the concept of fair trade practices and their remedies available against their violation will prove rewarding if the message is conveyed through village bodies. Government efforts remain confined at best to setting up the infrastructure after the formal launch of the movement with the enactment of the consumer protection act. The mounting backlog of cases in consumer courts, points to the need for toning up the district level redressal machinery. The main objective of the movement is the creation of a culture that denies place in the market for products that are not consumer friendly. This is possible only if consumer bodies take over the watchdog role performed by the government till now and exercise social control over the market to see that the benefits of liberalization are not reaped by traders alone. But the plea to industry to exercise self regulation and maintain minimum standards of quality and devise appropriate pricing is bound to go unheeded unless strict measures are taken to ensure compliance.
Questions: (5 Marks)
(a) What was the purpose of the first national convention on consumer protection?
(b) What does consumer protection act guarantee to the consumer against?
(c) How did the government contribute to the consumer protection movement?
(d) What approach is required for spreading consumer protection movement to the rural areas?
(e) What is the role of consumer bodies?
2. You have seen an advertisement in the ‘Times of India’ calling for applications for the post of a Sales Executive. Write a letter to the Personnel Manager, New World Publications, Worli, Mumbai, applying for the job with a detailed bio-data of yourself. (10 Marks)
3. Write a paragraph of not more than 100 words on the following topic:-
Small Family Happy Family
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