Tuesday, 23 April 2013


The Postal Assistant/Sorting Assistant Examination Key is prepared by Akula. Praveen Kumar, Sub Postmaster, Papannapet SO-502303(Medak division Mob no. 9849636361, 8019549939) in good faith of Postal Assistant exam aspirants. Author of blog does not accepts any responsibility in relation to the accuracy, correctness of answers or otherwise, of the contents.
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Postal Assistant Exam 2013 Question paper
Part A - General Knowledge

1. Government of India has recently granted "Maharatna Status to two more Navratna Public Sector enterprises. Which are the these new companies joining the club of Maharatna public sector undertakings.
(A) Steel authority of India Limited and National Thermal Power Corporation Limited
(B) Bharat heavy Electrical Ltd and 
Gas authority of India Limited
(C) Indian Oil Corporation and Coal India Limited
(D) Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited and Oil and Natural gas corporation
 Ans: B
2. India's newly built and tested missile 'Astra' is meant for 
(A) Surface to surface strike
(B) Air to Air Strike
(C) Surface to Air Strike
(D) Air to surface Strike
Ans: B
3. The Governor General who adopted a policy of Europeanization of Bureaucracy and an exlusion of Indian from higher posts
(A) Warren Hastings
(B) Wellesley
(C) Cornwallis
(D) Dalhousie
Ans: C
4. During which movement Bal Gangadhar Tilak was given the epithet Lokmanya and Gandhiji give the slogan 'swaraj in a year' respectively:
(A) Home rule Movement and Non Cooperation Movement
(B) Swadeshi Movement and Dandi March
(C) Quit India Movement and Civil Disobedience Movement
(D) Khilafat Movement and Civil Disobedience Movement
Ans: A
5. Recently Dargah Muinuddin Chisti at Ajmer was in news due to visit of Pakistani Prime Minister Dargah Muinudding Chisti at Ajmer was built by:
(A) Qutubuddin Aibak
(B) Alauddin Khilji
(C) IItutmish
(D) Khijra Khan
Ans: B

6. Bauxite is an ore of:
(A) Zinc
(B) Aluminium
(C) Lead
(D) Copper
Ans: B

7. Which one of the following is the land area in the extreme south of India?
(A) Indira Point
(B) Rameshwaram
(C) Cape Comorin
(D) Puducherry
Ans: A

8. The ozone layer lies in the:
(A) Troposphere
(B) Tropopause
(C) Stratosphere
(D) None of these
Ans: C
9. In Union Budget 2013-14, "Voluntary Compliance Encouragement Scheme" was launched by Government of India. This scheme is related to:
(A) Service Tax
(B) Commodity Transaction Tax
(C) Income Tax
(D) Securities Transaction Tax
Ans: A
10. Economic Survey 2012-13 states that Non Performing Assets of increased from 2.36% to 3.57% in September, 2012. The description of Non performing Assets was with reference to which sector.
(A) Telecom Sector
(B) Human Resource Sector
(C) Oil and Gas Sector
(D) Banking Sector
Ans: D

11. This is the rate at which Reserve Bank of India borrows money from commercial banks:
(A) Reverse Repo rate
(B) Statutory Liquidity ratio
(C) Repo rate
(D) Cash reserve ratio
Ans: A
12. As per election commission of India, how many recognized national political parties are there in India?
(A) 6
(B) 2
(C) 7
(D) None of these
Ans: A

13. The present deputy chairman of Rajya Sabha is elected member of Parliament from which State of India?
(A) Andhra Pradesh
(B) Tamilnadu
(C) Kerala
(D) Karnataka
Ans: C
14. The constitution of India was adopted on: 
(A) 26th January, 1950
(B) 15th August, 1947
(C) 26th November, 1949
(D) 26th January, 1951
Ans: C
15. The Present strength of Rajya Sabha members is ..... out of which..... are representatives of states and union territories of Delhi and Puducherry and .... are nominated by president:
(A) 250, 238, 12
(B) 247, 235, 12
(C) 245, 233, 12
(D) 248, 236, 12
Ans: C
16. Which of the following glands produces insulin in human body?
(A) Pancreas
(B) Spleen
(C) Liver
(D) Pituitary
Ans: A
17. Which of the following is food poisoning organism
(A) Clostridium botulinum
(B) Streptomyces fecalis
(C) Lacto bacillus
(D) None of these
Ans: A
18. Development of goitre (Enlarged thyroid gland) is mainly due to dificiency of:
(A) Sodium
(B) Calcium
(C) Iodine
(D) Iron
Ans: C
19. The emission of which casuses global warming?
(A) Carbon dioxide
(B) Carbon monoxide
(C) Nitrogen
(D) Hydrocarbon
Ans: A
20. Who was adjudged player of the tournament by scoring most number of runs in the tournament in women's world cup cricket held recently:
(A) Jess Cameron
(B) Megan Schutt
(C) Anya Shrubsole
(D) Suzie Bates
Ans: D
21. Who won the inaugural Hockey India League ended in Ranchi recently:
(A) Ranchi Rhinos
(B) Uttar Pradesh Wizards
(C) Delhi Wave Riders
(D) Mumbai magicians
Ans: A
22. FIFA-2014 world cup is proposed to be held in:
(A) Quatar
(B) Brazil
(C) Spain
(D) Russia
Ans: B
23. Wanchoo committee Dealt with:
(A) Direct Taxes
(B) Right to Information Reforms
(C) Agriculture Prices
(D) Parliamentary Reforms
Ans: A
24. Kyoto Protocol is:
(A) An international agreement for extradition of foreign enemy
(B) An international agreement describing formula for conversion of foreign exchange
(C) An international agreement to reduce green house gases
(D) An international agreement to deal with International Terrorists organization
Ans: C
25. India successfully completed its 101th space mission by launching Indo - French satellite SARAL recently. This satellite is for:
(A) Preparation of a detailed and complete map of Antarctica
(B) Study the climate on Mars
(C) Oceanographic study
(D) None of these is true
Ans: C
                                                       Part B Mathematics

26. Tarun travels a distance of 24km at 6 km/hr another distance of 24km at 8 km/hr and a third distance of 24 km at 12 km/hr. His average speed for the whole journey (in km/hr) is
(A) 8 2/3
(B) 8
(C) 9
(D) 7
Ans: A
27. Rohan lends 1000 in four parts. If he gets 8% interest on 2000, 7 1/2% on 4000 and 8 1/2% on 1400 what percent of interest must he get for the remainder if his average annual interest is 8.13%?
(A) 10%
(B) 9%
(C) 8%
(D) None of these
28. A solid piece of iron is in the form of a cuboid of dimensions (49cmx33cmx24cm) is melted and moulded to form a solid sphere. The radius of the sphere is
(A) 23 cm
(B) 21 cm
(C) 19cm
(D) 25cm
Ans: B
29. Twelve solid spheres of the same size are made by melting a solid metallic cylinder of base diameter 2 cm and height 16cm. The diameter of each sphere is:
(A) 4cm
(B) 3cm
(C) 2 cm
(D) 6 cm
30. Perimeter of a circle is equal to the perimeter of a square whose area is 484 cm². What is the radius of the circle?
(A) 14cm
(B) 12 cm
(C) 7 cm
(D) 16 cm
Ans: A
31. Puneeta borrowed from Reena certain sum for two years at simple interest. Puneeta lent this sum to Venu at the same rate for two years compound interest. At the end of two years she received 110 as compound interest but paid 100 as simple interest. Find the sum and rate of interest:
(A) 250, rate 20% per annum
(B) 250, rate 25% per annum
(C) 250, rate 10% per annum
(D) None of these
Ans: A
32. 13 chairs and 5 tables were brought for 8280. If the average cost of the table will be 1227, what is the average cost of a chair?
(A) 2145
(B) 165
(C) 175
(D) None of these
Ans: B
33. A man goes uphill with an average speed of 24 kmph and comes down with an average speed of 36 kmph. The distance travelled in both the cases being the same, The average speed (in km/hr) for the entire journey is:
(A) 30.8
(B) 32.8
(C) 28.8
(D) None of these
Ans: C
34. 40% of the employees of a certain company are men, and 75% of the men earn more than 25000 per year. If 45% of the company's employees earn more than 25000 per year, what fraction of the women employed by the company earn 25000 per year or less?
(A) 1/4
(B) 3/4
(C) 1/3
(D) 2/11
35. A sum of money invested at compound interest amounts in 3 years to 800 and in 4 years to 840 what is the percentage rate of interest?
(A) 6%
(B) 5%
(C) 4%
(D) 3%
Ans: B
36. If the difference between simple and compound interest on some principal amount at 20% per annum for three years is 48, then the principal amount is:
(A) 390
(B) 375
(C) 450
(D) None of these
Ans: B
37. A rational number between 1/2 and 3/5 is:
(A) 4/7
(B) 3/5
(C) 2/5
(D) None of these
Ans: A
38. The curved surface of a cylinder is 264m². Its volume is 924m³. The height of the cylinder must be:
(A) 8 m
(B) 6 m
(C) 4 m
(D) None of these
Ans: B
39. If by selling 110 apples, the cost price of 120 apples is realised. The gain % is?
(A) 10 10/11%
(B) 9 1/9%
(C) 11 1/9%
(D) 1 1/11%
Ans: D
40. If 8 men or 12 women can do a piece of work in 25 days, in how many days can the same work be done by 6 men and 11 women?
(A) 15 days
(B) 13 1/2 days
(C) 12 days
(D) 18 days
Ans: A
41. Pujara has a certain average of runs for his 8 matches in Border Gavaskar Trophy. In the ninth match he scores 100 runs and thereby increases his average by 9 runs. His new average of runs is:
(A) 28
(B) 24
(C) 20
(D) 32
Ans: A
42. It costs 1 to photocopy a sheet of paper. However, 2% discount is allowed on all photocopies done after first 1000 sheets. How much will it cost to photocopy 5000 sheets of paper?
(A) 3920
(B) 4900
(C) 4920
(D) 3980
Ans: C
DIRECTIONS (Question No 43 & 44) Answer the following questions on the basis of the information given below.
i. Trains A and B are travelling on the same route heading towards the same destination. Train B has already covered a distance of 220km before the train A started.
ii. The two trains meet each other after 11 hours after start of train A
iii. Had the trains been travelling towards each other (from a distance of 220 km) they would have met after one hour.

43. What is the speed of trains 'B' in kmph:
(A) 116
(B) 180
(C) 100
(D) None of these
Ans: C
44. What is the speed of trains 'A' in kmph:
(A) 118
(B) 80.5
(C) 102
(D) None of these
Ans: D

DIRECTIONS: What approximate (you are not expected to calculate the exact value) value will come in place of the question mark(?) in following equation?
45. 384.996 x 15.001 + 44.99 = ?
(A) 5080
(B) 5820
(C) 5280
(D) 5420
Ans: B
46. Three men or eight boys can do a piece of work in 17 days. How many days will two men and six boys together take to finish the same work?
(A) 12 days
(B) 17 days
(C) 11 days
(D) None of these
Ans: A
47. Vaibhav got a monthly increment of 12 percent of Pushpa's monthly salary. Pushpa's monthly salary is 7800. Vaibhav's monthly salary before increment was 6500. What amount will he earn in five months after his increment?
(A) 37.180
(B) 35.180
(C) 36.180
(D) None of these
Ans: C
48. The ratio of two numbers is 4:5. When the first is increased by 20% and the second is decreased by 20% the ratio of the resulting numbers is:
(A) 5:6
(B) 5:4
(C) 6:5
(D) 4:5
Ans: C
49. If the numerator of a fraction be increased by 12% and its denominator decreased by 2% the value of the fraction becomes 6/7. Thus, the original fraction is:
(A) 3/4
(B) 4/3
(C) 2/3
(D) None of these
Ans: A
50. What approximate value will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following equation?
239.99 / 8.0001 x 9.99 = ?
(A) 350
(B) 260
(C) 400
(D) 300
Ans: D
Postal Assistant Exam 2013 Question Paper and Answer Keys for Part C English

DIRECTIONS: In the following questions, identify the correct reported speech from the given alternatives.

51. He said, "I must go home at once."
(A) He said that he had to go home then
(B) He said that he must go home then and there
(C) He said that he must have gone home at once
(D) He said that he had to go home at once
Ans: A

52. Miss Ragini said to me, "Put these pencil shavings in the dustbin."
(A) Miss Ragini said to me to put these pencil shavings in the dustbin
(B) Miss Ragini ordered me to put these pencil shavings in the dustbin
(C) Miss Ragini asked me to put those pencil shavings in the dustbin
(D) Miss Ragini told me to put those pencil shavings in the dustbin
Ans: C
53. She said, "oh dear! I have just missed the bus.":
(A) She said with regret that she had just missed the bus
(B) She exclaimed that she has just missed the bus
(C) She regretted that she just missed the bus
(D) She narrated that she just missed the bus
Ans: C
DIRECTIONS: Fill in the blank with correct preposition

54. He invited all his friends............ tea
(A) On
(B) For
(C) To
(D) In
Ans: C
55. Rita drove............ a red light.
(A) In
(B) Through
(C) From
(D) Among
Ans: B
56. Distribute the sweets equally............ four children.
(A) Among
(B) In
(C) Between
(D) Through
Ans: A
57. Identify the adverb in the following sentence.
He spoke well at the meeting last night.
(A) Last Night
(B) Meeting
(C) Well
(D) All of these
Ans: C
58. Identify which is not adverb from among following underlined words in the given sentences.
She sings pretty well. I do my work carefully. He is wise enough to understand the trick. The flower smells sweet.
(A) Enough
(B) Carefully
(C) Pretty
(D) Sweet
Ans: D
59. Given below is the sentence in active voice. Choose the correct sentence given in passive voice among the alternatives.
Ought you not to reveal the truth now?
(A) Should the truth need not be revealed by you then?
(B) Ought the truth not to be revealed by you now?
(C) Ought the truth not to be revealed by you then?
(D) Ought the truth need not be revealed by you now?
Ans: B
60. Choose the incorrect sentence among the following:
(A) By next December we shall have been living here for six years.
(B) I have been writing four letters since morning.
(C) At this time tomorrow we will be watching a film
(D) I have been standing here for hours.
Ans: A
61. Given below are four substitutions for the underlined part. Choose the correct alternative to make the sentence grammatically correct.
Make haste lest you should not be caught in the storm:
(A) You might be
(B) You could be
(C) You should be
(D) Otherwise you can be
Ans: A
DIRECTIONS: In this section each sentence has three parts indicated by (A), (B) and (C). Read each sentence to find out whether there is an error. If you find an error in any one of the parts (A), (B), (C) indicate your response by blackening the letter related to that part in the OMR sheet provided. If a sentence has no error, indicate this by blackening "D" which stands for no error. Error may belong to grammar usage.

62. Seldom we have been treated (A)/ in such a rude manner (B)/ by the police Personnel (C)/ No error (D)
Ans: D
63. Some men are born great (A)/ some achieve greatness (B)/ and some had greatness thrust on them (C)/ No error (D)
Ans: C
64. Beware of (A)/ a fair-weather friend (B)/ who is neither a friend need nor a friend indeed (C)/ No error (D).
Ans: C
65. What shall be correct combination of two simple sentences into a complex sentence by using a noun clause?
Can you come? He asked me:
(A) He asked me to come
(B) He asked me if I could come
(C) He asked me whether I can come?
(D) He asked me whether I might come
Ans: B
66. Identify the nouns used both for singular and plural form:
(A) Sheep
(B) Wolf
(C) Axis
(D) Goat
Ans: A
DIRECTIONS: Fill the correct article

67. Ramesh's father is ____ M.P and Suresh's father is _______Member of Legislative Assembly.
(A) An, A
(B) An, An
(C) A, An
(D) An, The
Ans: A
DIRECTIONS Complete the sentence correctly
68. Ram is so proud of his position that he _________ his subordinates.
(A) Looks for
(B) Looks into
(C) Looks down upon
(D) Looks after
Ans: C
DIRECTIONS: Complete the sentence with correct adversative conjunction

69. Shruti ran fast ______ she missed the train
(A) But
(B) Nevertheless
(C) Yet
(D) Nonetheless
Ans: A
DIRECTIONS: Choose the word which is similar or most nearly similar in meaning as the word given in bold and mark your answer.

(A) Clever
(B) Strong
(C) Obstinate
(D) Ridiculous
Ans: A
71. Curtly:
(A) Sadly
(B) Rudely
(C) Frankly
(D) Happily
Ans: B
72. Abbreviate:
(A) Extend
(B) Abridge
(C) Conclude
(D) Thwart
Ans: B
DIRECTIONS: Choose the word which is opposite in meaning as the word given in bold and mark your answer.

73. Indifference:
(A) Responsiveness
(B) Different
(C) Neutrality
(D) Sophistication
Ans: A
74. Exceptional:
(A) Formal
(B) Neutral
(C) Normal
(D) Traditional
Ans: C
75. Tragic:
(A) Humorous
(B) Funny
(C) Light
(D) Comic
Ans: D
                                       Part D Reasoning and Analytical Ability

DIRECTIONS (Question no 76 to 79) Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below.
A group of seven friends Anil, Vinod, Sumit, Dilip, Indra, Firoz and Gaurav work as Engineer, Accountant, IT Officer, Technician, Clerk, Physiotherapist and Research Analyst for companies L, M, N, P, Q, R and S but not necessarily in the same order. Sumit works for company N and is neither a Research Analyst nor a clerk. Indra is an IT officer and works for company R. Anil work as Physiotherapist and does not work for company L or Q. The one who is an Accountant works for company M. The one who works for company L works as a technician. Firoz works for company Q. Gaurav works for company P as Research Analyst. Dilip is not an accountant.

76. Who amongst the following works as accountant?
(A) Firoz
(B) Anil
(C) Vinod
(D) Dilip
Ans: C
77. What is the profession of Sumit?
(A) Engineer
(B) Clerk
(C) Technician
(D) None of these
Ans: A
78. For which company does Dilip work?
(A) L
(B) R
(C) Q
(D) N
Ans: A
79. Which of the following combinations of person, profession and company is correct?
(A) Vinod - Accountant - R
(B) Firoz - Clerk - Q
(C) Anil - Physiotherapist - M
(D) None of these
Ans: B
80. There are five books A, B, C, D and E. C is above D. E is below A. D is above A; and B is below E. Which is the bottom most book?
(A) C
(B) E
(C) B
(D) D
Ans: C
81. The second and the third digits of the following numbers are interchanged and each interchanged number is written in reverse order. Now, if they are arranged in the ascending order, which of the original numbers will be fourth in that order?
592, 987, 176, 468, 719, 398

(A) 987
(B) 176
(C) 468
(D) 719
Ans: A
82. Rajesh walked 3 km towards East. Then he turned to his left and walked 6 km. He again turned to his right and walked 3 km. After that he turned to his right and walked 9 km. At last he turned to his right and walked 6 km. At what distance is he from the starting point and in which direction?
(A) 3 km South
(B) 1 km North
(C) 2 km South
(D) 3 km North
Ans: A

83. In the following number series only one number is wrong. Find out the wrong number.
1, 4, 27, 256, 3125, 46669:

(A) 27
(B) 256
(C) 3125
(D) 46669
Ans: D
DIRECTIONS: (Question No. 84 & 85) Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.

Five persons are travelling in a train - A, B, C, D and E. A is the mother of C who is the wife of E. D is the brother of A and B is the husband A.

84. How is B related to E?
(A) Brother in law
(B) Mother in law
(C) Father
(D) Father in law
Ans: D
85. How is A related to E?
(A) Mother in law
(B) Mother
(C) Sister
(D) Niece
Ans: A
86. If A = 26, SUN = 27 then CAT = ?
(A) 58
(B) 57
(C) 24
(D) None of these
Ans: B
87. If A = 1, FAT = 27 then FAINT = ?
(A) 50
(B) 42
(C) 44
(D) None of these
Ans: A
88. There are some girls and buffalos at a place. If total number of heads is 15 and total number of legs is 46, then how many girls and how many buffalos are there?
(A) 7 girls and 8 buffalos
(B) 9 girls and 6 buffalos
(C) 8 girls and 7 buffalos
(D) 6 girls and 9 buffalos
Ans: A
89. In the following Question pick the choice that establishes the logical relationship:
(A) FG
(B) EC
(C) DG
(D) GD
Ans: C
90. 8 boys sat in a row. Raju is immediate right of Rakesh and immediate left of Shekhar. Shyam is sitting after 3 boys on the right of Shekhar. How many boys were there between Raju and Shyam:
(A) 5
(B) 4
(C) 3
(D) None of these
Ans: D
91. Given two positions of the dice as being.

When 2 is at the bottom which number is at the top:
(A) 1
(B) 4
(C) 5
(D) 6
Ans: B
92. In a class examination the average marks in mathematics by Girls was 80% and by Boys 60%. It is logical to conclude:
(A) All boys are weaker at maths than girls
(B) Some girls are better than boys in maths
(C) All girls are more intelligent than boys
(D) None of these
Ans: B
93. Pick the odd one out.
(A) Leopard
(B) Lion
(C) Tiger
(D) Wolf
Ans: D
94. In a certain code language 'PROPORTION' is written as 'PORPRONOIT'. How is 'CONVERSION' written in that code language?
Ans: A
95. If 'A B' means 'A is the father of B', 'A @ B' means 'A is the mother of B', 'A ! B' means 'A is the wife of B', then which of the following means 'T is the grandmother of U'?
              (A) T@R! S!U            (B) T@S U!y   (C) T@R  y!U (D) None of these
         Ans: D

96. Five students participated in an examination and each scored different marks. Naina scored higher than Meena. Kamla scored lower than praveen but higher than Naina. Anuj's score was between Meena and Naina. Which of the following pairs represents the highest and lowest scores respectively?
(A) Praveen Anuj
(B) Naina Praveen
(C) Praveen Naina
(D) Praveen Meena
Ans: D
97. A set of figures carrying certain numbers is given. Assuming that the numbers in each figure follow a similar pattern, the missing number (?) is:
(A) 49
(B) 53
(C) 81
(D) 62
Ans: B
98. How many triangles does the following figure contain?
(A) 9
(B) 13
(C) 11
(D) None of these
Ans: B
DIRECTIONS (Question No. 99 & 100) Seven players were available to be sent to Sydney Olympics for taking part in events Government approved sending only four Ram, Shyam, Kumar, Sita, Geeta, Rita & Anita are the possibles. Two males and two females were to go Due to likes & dislikes, Shyam cannot go if Sita goes, Kumar cannot go if Anita goes, Sita cannot go if Rita goes.

99. If Rita is selected and Shyam is rejected, the team will consist of:
(A) Ram, Kumar, Geeta, Rita
(B) Ram, Kumar, Anita, Rita
(C) Ram, Kumar, Sita, Rita
(D) Ram, Geeta, Anita, Rita
Ans: A
100. If Sita goes, which other players are also on the team:
(A) Ram, Kumar, Geeta
(B) Ram, Kumar, Rita
(C) Ram, Shyam, Rita
(D) Ram, Kumar, Anita

Ans: A

Monday, 22 April 2013

Feb 2013 two days strike - Update

The Prime Minister had given assurance to Sri G.Sanjeevareddy, President INTUC for setting up of cabinet subcommittee on the 10 charter of demands of two days shortly. 

Filling of HSG I post in Postal and RMS offices

CLIK HERE to view the  Directorate memo No. 04-44/2012-SPB-II dated 18th April, 2013 on the above subject matter.

Thursday, 18 April 2013

DA increased 8% wef 1.1.2013 to Central Govt. Employees

The Union Cabinet today gave its approval to release an additional installment of Dearness Allowance (DA) to central government employees and Dearness Relief (DR) to pensioners with effect from 01.01.2013 at the rate of 8 % over the existing rate of 72 %.

Thus, the combined impact on the exchequer on account of both DA and DR would be of the order of Rs.8629.20 crore per annum and Rs. 10067.36 crore in the financial year 2013-14 (that is for a period of 14 months from January, 2013 to February, 2014)

Note: No orders received about merger of 50% DA

Wednesday, 17 April 2013

Lunch hour Demonstration 

Central government employees are aware that the government unnecessarily delayed to issue DA order. To show our protest to the government , FNPO decided to conduct lunch hour demonstration every Head sub and branch Post office on 22/04/2013. After the demonstration our Brach/Divisional/Circle secretaries are request to send the Telegram to the Prime minister of India .

DR, Manmohan sing,

Hon Prime Minister of India, South block ,Raisina hill, New Delhi 110 011.


Sunday, 14 April 2013

Adhoc body appointed for Kakinada Division

As the dispute raised in the bi-ennaial conference held on 17.3.2013 The Circle Secretary and RR Leojirao visited Kakinda on 14.4.2013. After hereing views from the members it was decided to constitute adhoc body and made accordingly with the following members.
1.Sri A.Narasimham, Convener
2.K Rajesh Member
3.Ratnakumar  Member. 

Saturday, 13 April 2013

Postal Assistant Exam Model Cum Practice Paper-2013 for Direct Recruitment

This model paper prepared and compiled by Akula. Praveen Kumar, SPM, Papannapet Sub Office-502 303, Medak Division, Andhra Pradesh(9849636361,8019549939)

Disclaimer:All questions/Information provided in this post are Compiled by A. Praveen Kumar for in good faith of Postal Assistant exam aspirants. The types of questions, number of questions and standard of questions may be vary in actual examination. This is my predictions only. Author of blog does not accepts any responsibility in relation to the accuracy, completeness, usefulness or otherwise, of the contents. Utmost care has been taken to prepare the model cum practice paper as per syllabus prescribed by India Post.

This is a practice paper only.

Previously the Department filtered the aspirants on the basis of merit and allowed 1:10 ratio for the examination. Hence the previous pattern and type of exam and standard of examination was easy. But this year onwards the selection process was changed and heavy competition is there for selection of Postal Assistant. The Examiner will set tough standard / medium hard level to test candidate         grasp of basic concepts of principles, Knowledge, application level, ability to solve the complex problems.

Best of luck to all Postal Assistant Exam Aspirants.

                                MODEL CUM PRACTICE PAPER

Marks: 100                                             Duration: 2 hours

Instructions to Candidates

1. Answer All the Questions
2. Each question Carries “1” Mark
3. Round off the appropriate choice in OMR sheet

          (General Knowledge & Current Affairs) 
1. Scientist in the month of December revealed a planet that could support life, orbits a Sun-like star near the Earth. What is the name of the star around which this planet was found orbiting?

1. Tau Ceti                 2. Sirius                      3. Ophiuchi               4.Gliese 33

2.Park Guen –hye has beenelected as the first women President of 

1. Thailand                2.Vietnam                  3. South Korea          4.Maurritius

3. The term “Chucker” is used in which sports?
1.Football                  2. Horse Racing        3. Wrestling               4. Polo

4. Which of the following fairs is not correct? 

1. Rangaswamy Cup-Hockey                    2. Rovers Cup- Football
3.Federation Cup-Badminton                    4.Deodhar Trophy-Cricket

5.  Who wrote the Book entitled ‘Ghulamgiri’ ?

1B. R. Ambedkar   2. Narayan Guru    3. Jyotiba Phule     4. M. P. Pillai

6.   How many censuses (including the 2011 census) have been carried out since independence?

1. 05                   2. 06                   3. 07                   4. 08

7. Consider the following

A.  Fundamental Rights  
B. Fundamental Duties  
C. Directive Principles of   State policy

In India the provisions related to “education” have been embodied  in which among the above 

1.  A & B                     2. B & C                      3. A & C           4. A&B&C

8. Under which Constitutional Amendment Act, Article 368 of the Constitution was amended for the first time— 

1. 25th Amendment Act                              2. 26th Amendment Act
3. 24th Amendment Act                              4. 27th Amendment Act

9. Who finally approves the draft of Five year plans

1. Parliament and State Legislatures        2.National Development Council
3. Planing Commission                               4. Presiodent

10.  What was main contribution of Jainism to Indian Philosophy?

1. The doctrine of rebirth                            2. The doctrine of Syadvada
3. The doctrine of immortality of soul      4. The doctrine of Brahma is nirguna

11. There is only one edict, in which Ashoka refers himself as king of Magadha. Identify the edict from the following?

 1. The Queens Edict                                    2.Bhabhru Edict 
 3. Rock edict of Mashi                                4. Dhuali Piller Inscription”

12. During the region of  “Krishna Devaraya” which of the following famous temples were built in Vajayanagar empire?

1. Hampi                    2. Hazura                   3. Belugam                            4. Tirumala

13. Who changed the name of Hindustan Republic Association founded by Sachindra Sanyal to ‘Hindustan Socialist Republic Association’?

1.Ras Behari Bose                              2.Batukeshwar Datt  
3. Sardar Bhagat Singh                    4. Chandra Shekhar Azad

14. Select the correct chronological order of following reformers of the medieval Bhakti movements by using code given below

A. Namdeva  B. Vallabhacharya  C. Ramananda    D. Kabir

1. A, B,C,D                 2. B,C,D,A                    3. C,D,A,B                4. D,A,B, C

15.  When did Gandhiji go to fast unto death for the first time ?

1. At the time of Communal award       2. At the time of riots in Calcutta
3. At the time of riots in Delhi             4. At the time of Jallianwala Bagh tragedy

16. Green flames given out by the burning of firework is due to the presence of—

1. Sodium                  2.Barium                    3.Potassium              4.Calcium

17. A colour blind Person has difficulty in distinguishing between which colours?

1. Black & Blue       2. Green & Violet       3. White & Yellow      4. Green & Red

18. “Minamata” disease is caused by

1. Automobile exhausts containing lead
2. Water Pollution from Sevage
3. Industrial wastes having mercury compounds
4. Wastes from Chemical factories

19. Which one of the following is not a function of Protein?

1. Building up of tissues                 2. Catalysing some reactions
3. Growth of bones                           4. Repair of torn tissues

20. Mother milk lacks of   

a. Vitamin C   b. Protin   c. Sodium   d. Iron

1.  a & c                       2. b& c                         3. a & d                      4. b & d

21. The term that best describes the shape of earth is ?

1. Eclipse                    2. Geoid                    3. Globe                      4. Shphere

22. Where on the Earth is located “Sirohi Point”?

1. North Pole              2. Indian Ocean         3. Carabbean sea       4. Antartica

23.  The gulf of Kutch is one of the two two regions on west coast of India, identified suitable for Tidal Power Station. Which among the following is the other one?

1. Gulf of Mannar      2. Gulf of  Khamhat     3. Laccadive          4. Konken

 24. The “Hkakabo Razi” which is famous for Hkakabo Razi National Park, is boarder tri-point between which of the following countries

1. India- China- Nepal                       2. India – Bhutan- China
3. India- Bangladesh- Myanmar       4. India- China - Myanmar

25. Which of the following State is highest density of Post Offices in India

1. Uttar Pradesh      2. Andhra Pradesh       3. West Bengal     4. Tamilnadu

Directions—(Q. 26 to 27) What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions ?

26. 196 × 948 ÷ 158 = ?   

1. 1156                       2. 1200                       3. 1188                       4. 1176

27. The Value of ? 
1.  2                             2. 3/2                          3. 4/13                        4. 36/13

(√ 625 / 11 ×14 ×√25 ×11 / √196 ) is equal to 

1. 11                           2. 8                              3.6                               4. 5

29. A watch ticks 90 times in 95 seconds and another watch ticks 315 times in 323 sec. If both the watches are started together, how many times will they tick together in the first hour?

1.    51                    2. 61                           3.101                          4.111

30.  Three math classes: X, Y, and Z, take an algebra test. The average score in class X is 83. The average score in class Y is 76.The average score in class Z is 85. The average score of all students in classes X and Y together is 79. The average score of all students in classes Y and Z together is 81.What is the average for all the three classes? 

1. 81                           2. 81.5                        3. 82                           4. 84.5

31. Gold is 19 times as heavy as water and copper is 9 times as heavy as water. In what ratio should these be mixed to get an alloy 15 times as heavy as water? 

1. 1:5                          2. 2:5                          3. 3:5                          4. 3:2

32. In a mixture 60 liters, the ratio of milk and water 2 : 1. If the this ratio is to be 1 : 2, then the quantity of water to be further added is:

1. 70 Ltrs                    2. 60Ltrs                     3. 50 ltrs                     4. 40 ltrs

33. Two students appeared at an examination. One of them secured 9 marks more than the other and his marks was 56% of the sum of their marks. The marks obtained by them are

1. 42 & 33                  2. 44 & 35                  3. 46 & 38                  4. 45  & 36  

34. A, B, C subscribe Rs. 50,000 for a business. A subscribes Rs. 4000 more than B and B Rs. 5000 more than C. Out of a total profit of Rs. 35,000, A receives

1. 13200                     2.  14700                      3. 14500                    4. 13600 

35. The area of a rectangle is 460 square metres. If the length is 15% more than the breadth, what is the breadth of the rectangular field?

1. 15 Mtrs                   2. 18 Mtrs                   3. 20 Mtrs                   4. 22 Mtrs

36. A boat running downstream covers a distance of 16 km in 2 hours while for covering the same distance upstream, it takes 4 hours. What is the speed of the boat in still water? 

1. 4 Km/h                   2. 6 Km/h                   3. 8 Km/h                   4. 10Km/h

37. The calendar for the year 2007 will be the same for the year:

1. 2018                       2. 2022                       3. 2026                       4. 2024

38. A does half as much work as B and C does half as much work as A and B together. If C alone can finish the work in 40 days, then together all will finish the work in: 

1. 32/3Days               2. 43/3 days               3. 40/3 days               4. 44/3 days

39. Vinod can do a piece of work in 20 days. Sandeep is 25% more efficient than Vinod. The number of days taken by  Sandeep to do the same piece of work is

1. 15 Days                 2.  16 days                 3. 17 days                  4.  14days

40. A tap can fill a tank in 6 hours. After half the tank is filled, three more similar taps are opened. What is the total time taken to fill the tank completely?

1. 3 hrs 15 min         2.  3 hrs 45 min        3. 4 hrs                       4.  4 hrs 15 min

41. Two trains, each 100 m long, moving in opposite directions, cross each other in 8 seconds. If one is moving twice as fast the other, then the speed of the faster train is:

1. 40 Km/h                 2. 50Km/h                  3.60Km/h                   4.70Km/h

42. A train passes a station platform in 36 seconds and a man standing on the platform in 20 seconds. If the speed of the train is 54 km/hr, what is the length of the platform?

1. 240 m                     2. 260m                      3. 280m                      4. 270m

43. A is twice as fast as B and B is thrice as fast as C is. The journey covered by C in 54 minutes will be covered by B in: 

1. 20 minutes            2. 25 minutes            3. 16 minutes            4. 18minutes

44. By mixing two brands of tea and selling the mixture at the rate of Rs. 177 per kg, a shopkeeper makes a profit of 18%. If to every 2 kg of one brand costing Rs. 200 per kg, 3 kg of the other brand is added, then how much per kg does the other brand cost? 

1.Rs 116.66               2. Rs 125.34              3. Rs  118.69             4. Rs114.17

44. A grocer sells rice at a profit of 10% and uses weights which are 20% less than the market weight. The total gain earned by him will be :

1. 35.2  %                    2.35.7%                      3.37.4%                      4.37.5%

45. If simple interest on a certain sum of money is Rs. 256 and the rate of interest per annum equals the number of years, then the rate of interest is

1. 16%                        2. 18%                        3.20%                         4.22%

46. A sum of money at compound interest amounts to thrice itself in three years. In how many years will it be 9 times itself?

1. 5 Years                  2. 6 Years                  3. 7 Years                  4. 4 Years

47. The compound interest on a sum for 2 years is Rs. 832 and the simple interest on the same sum for the same period is Rs. 800. The difference between the compound and simple interest for 3 years will be 

1. Rs 66.56                2. Rs 64.89                3.98.56                       4.74.57

48. Ten years ago, Visnuvardhan was thrice as old as Harshavardhan was ,but 10 years hence, he will be only twice as old. Find Harshvardhan’s present age

1. 30Years                  2. 35 Years                 3.40 Years                 4.38 Years

49. There is a seller of cigarette and match boxes who sits in the narrow lanes of Medak. He prices the cigarettes at 85 p, but found that there are no takers. So he reduced the price of cigarette and managed to sell all the cigarettes, realising Rs. 77.28 in all. What is the number of cigarettes? 

1. 49                            2.89                            3. 84                           4. 92

50. The length of a rectangular plot is 20 metres more than its breadth. If the cost of fencing the plot @ 26.50 per metre is Rs. 5300, what is the length of the plot in metres?

1. 40 meters              2.60meters                3. 80meters               4.90meters


                                                       GENERAL ENGLISH

DIRECTIONS :-( 51-55) Read the following Passage and answer the Questions

The supervisor would have to change this attitude towards people first. The staff under him must be perceived as human beings with feelings and needs. They are not autonomous within complex work machinery. One of the greatest needs of to-days worker is to have a feeling that he is in control of his workplace and not vice versa. The best way is to satisfy this need as far as possible. He must feel first, that his work is meaningful. To do this is supervisor must delegate responsibility and limited authority for the man  to execute his job well. The subordinate must be properly trained to assume responsibility and authority. Once he is ready to assume these he can be made accountable for his job. Very often supervisors assume all responsibility and accountability for fear of losing control of the workplace. This makes workers under  him pawns in a vast chess board. Delegating accountability gives the worker a purpose in life and the need to a do a job well Most important is to sit with each worker and chalk out common objectives and agreed norms  to achieve them . This gives workers a security as to what is expected of them. When he has met his objectives he certainly has a feeling achievement. This feeling of achievement is the greatest motivatior.

51. Responsibility and accountability make a worker

1. Tense and frightened                                          2. shirk his duties
3. Vulnerable before his supervisor                     4. do his job properly

52. Supervisors do not delegate responsibility and authority to their subordinates because

1. Final responsibility is there                  2. Subordinates are not capable enough
3. They can’t trust their subordinates   
4 they are apprehensive losing their hold on the workplace

53. Orientation of subordinates of common objectives and how  to acieve them is 

1. a must        2. not very important     3.not at all necessary              4. Optional

54. A humane attitude on the part of the supervisor  towards his staff is necessary to

1. Keep them happy                                                2. get them to work
3. get the best out of them                                    4.have a congenial atmosphere at workplace

55. The greatest motivator in a workplace is

1. Fulfilment of purpose                                           2. a sense of security
3. a good supervisor                                                4. a good environment
Directions—(Q. 56-57) Choose the word which is most similar in meaning to the word printed in bold as used in the passage.

56. MENIAL  

1.Unskilled                2. Tall                           3. Affluent                             4.Sick


1. Ambitious               2. Not experienced personally   
3. Nostalgic                4. Vindictive
Directions—(Q. 58–59) Choose the word which is most opposite in meaning to the word printed in bold as used in the passage.

58. PUERILE    

1. Inquisitive             2.matured               3. Impure                     4. Original
59.  SOBRIETY    

1. Moderation            2. Drunkenness        3. Dizziness              4. Stupidity
Directions—(Q. 60–63) (i) In this section a number of sentences are given. The sentences are underlined in three separate parts and each one is labelled (1), (2) and (3) and (4). Read each sentence to find out whether there is an error in any underlined part. No sentence has more than one error.
60. Critics of government policy   /    argue that the new measures introduced    
                    (1)                                                                            (2)

to fight crime are simply papering on the cracks.        /            No error.                     (3)                                                                                        (4)
61. The plans have been under      /     discussion for a year now                          
                    (1)                                                              (2)

   but no decision has reached.            /          No error.                    (3)                                                              (4)
62. Two newspapers did         /            an very effective hatchet job         
                   (1)                                                               (2)

on the Prime Minister’s achievements.     /         No error.
                 (3)                                                                    (4)
63. Your argument was clear       /           to us from the start                           (1)                                                             (2)
there’s no need to labour the point.         /        No error.                    (3)                                                             (4)

64. Which of the following is a Simple Sentence? 

1.       I met my friend when I went to the theatre
2.      On my way to the theatre, I met my friend
3.       I went to the theatre and met my friend
4.      While I was in the theatre, I met my friend

65. The following sentence has been transformed into the Passive in four ways. Which transformation is the best? 

They will make him King

1. He will be made King by them.
2. King would be made by them.
3. He was made king by them
4. King will be made by them.

66. In which sentence is the verb in the active voice?

1.       They were detained at the gate
2.      You have made it easy
3.      It has been recently disproved
4.      She was known for her talent in music.

67. In which of the following sentences are all articles used correctly?

1.       This hospital was rated the most advanced with respect to the techniques employed for surgery.

2.      This hospital was rated the most advanced with respect to the techniques employed for the surgery

3.      This hospital was rated a  most advanced with respect to the techniques employed for surgery

4.      This hospital was rated   most advanced with respect to the techniques used for a surgery

68. In which of the following sentences are all Prepositions used correctly?
1. The tadpoles in the lake have now changed towards frogs.
2. The tadpoles in the lake have now changed for frogs.
3. The tadpoles in the lake have now changed into frogs
4. The tadpoles in the lake have now changed from frogs

69. The cricket match proved to be a big draw. Choose the alternative which best express the meaning of idiom / phrase underlined

1.       A keen contest                              2. A huge attraction
3.      A lovely spectacle                         4.  A game without any result
70.  Which of the following is a suitable way to end a letter to a close friend?
1. Write back soon, will you?
2. An immediate reply will be greatly appreciated
3. Reply by return of post
4. Expecting a favourable reply, I remain
71.    ________you remember to lock the door?
1. Didn’t         2.  Aren’t                    3.  Haven’t                     4.  Doesn’t

72. What part of speech is the underlined word or words in the following sentence?
She floated quietly and lazily around the pool.

1. Noun          2.  Adverb                  3. Preposition                   4 Adjective

73. Mother said to son, “ Do not run so fast” ( Change into indirect speech)

1. Mother wanted son, not to run so fast

2. Mother said son, not to run so fast

3. Mother advised son, not to run so fast

4.Mother ordered son, not to run so fast

74. Having obtained the degree abroad, Harsha returned home. (Choose its correct compound sentence form)

1. The degree was obtained abroad and Harsha returned home

2.Harsha returned home because he obtained the degree abroad

3. Harsha obtained the degree abroad and he returned home

4. Harsha returned home and he obtained the degree abroad

75.  She ______ cakes; there's flour on her hands.

1. has baked     2. Bakes         3. Has been baked           4. Has been baking


76. Study each of the following table and choose the alternative which can best replace the question mark (?)

1 2 3 2 10 12
2 5 12 10 16 13
1 2 1 ? 10 24

1. 5                                2.11                       3.13                     4.8

77.  Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which is the   one that does not belong to that group?

1. 19                            2. 35                      3. 15                 4. 21

78.  Arrange the given words in the sequence in which they occur in the dictionary and then choose the correct sequence.

      A.Wrinkle         B. Wriggle        C. Writhe     D. Wratch        E. Wrath

   1. D,E,A,B,C             2. E,D,B, A,C                 3.D,B,E,A,B             4.E,B,A,C, D

79. In a certain code SAFER is writ­ten as 5@3#2 and RIDE is writ­ten as 2©%#. HowisFEDS writ­ten in that code?  

1.  3#©5.                      2. 3@%5                            3. 3#%5                      4. 3#%2

80.  If ‘Apple’ is called ‘Orange’, ‘Orange’ is called ‘Peach’, ‘Peach’ is called ‘Potato’, ‘Potato’ is called ‘Banana’, ‘Banana’ is called ‘Papaya’ and ‘Papaya’ is called ‘Guava’, which of the following grows underground ?

1. Potato                    2. Guava                   3.Apple                              4. Banana

81If in a certain code, ‘O’ is written as ‘E’, ‘A’, as ‘C’, ‘M’ as ‘I’, ‘S’ as ‘O’, ‘N’ as ‘P’, ‘E’ as ‘M’, ‘I’ as ‘A’, ‘P’ as ‘N’ and ‘C’ as ‘S’, then how will ‘COMPANIES’ be written in that code? 

1. SEIACPAMO                       2. SMINCPAMO
3. SEINCPAMO                       4. SEINCPMIO

82Four groups of letters are given below. Three of them are alike in a certain way while one i different. Choose the odd one.

1. GWOURV              2. LZKMU                3. SFXPMG                     4. JOEHNP

83. From the positions in original figure ‘A’ and ‘C’ move diagonally to opposite corners and then one side each clockwise and anticlockwise respectively. ‘D’ and ‘B’ move two sides each clockwise and anticlockwise respectively. Where is ‘A’ now?

1. At the North-East corner                      2.At the North-West corner
3 At the South-West corner                     4. At the South-East corner

84.It was 9•35 a.m. in Rakhi’s watch, which kept correct time, when Reena informed her that the last bus left the bus stop at 9•25 a.m. Reena’s watch is 5 minutes fast. The frequency of the bus is every 20 minutes. For how long Rakhi must wait to catch the next bus?

1. 5 minutes         2. 10 minutes            3. 15 minutes                       4. 25 minutes

85Among A, B, P, Q and S, B is immediate next taller than the shortest and Q is taller than P. Which of he following statements (s) is (are) necessary to decide the tallest among them?

(A) P is not as tall as S.
(B) A is third below Q in height
(C) P is second in height above A

1. Only (A) or (B)                                    2. Only (B) or (C)
3 Only (A) or (C)                                    4(A) or (B) or (C)

86.If A + B means A is the mother of B; A - B means A is the brother B; A % B means A is the father of B and A x B means A is the sister of B, which of the following shows that P is the maternal uncle of Q?  Ans: C

1. Q - N + M x P            2. P + S x N – Q             3. P - M + N x Q    4.  Q - S % P

 87.  Find out the missing number:-  


1.      6                           2.8                                       3.4                             4.3   

88. Five boys are sitting in a row. Sudhir is sitting next to Prakash but not Tarun. Kumar is sitting next to Ravi who is sitting on the extreme left and Tarun is not sitting next to Kumar. Who are sitting on either side of Sudhir?

1. Prakash & Kumar    2. Prakash &Ravi    3.Tarun & Prakash    4. Prakash alone

89. How many even numbers are there in the following sequence of numbers whiich are immediately followedby an odd number as well as immediately preceded by an even number?  

8  6  7  6  8  9  3  2  7  5  3  4  2  2  3  5  5  2  2  8  1  1  9

 1. One                               2. Three                     3. Five                              4. None of these.

90.Which one will replace the question mark ? 

1.64                                 2.144                      3.169                             4.  139

Directions–(Q. 9195) Study the following arrangement carefully and answer the questions given below.

Q 9 K # P @ 3 E N S A C  G © U M 7 F I V % 4 Z 8 Y

91. If all the numbers are dropped from the above arrangement, which of the following will be the seventeenth from the right end ?

1. E                                   2 P                    3. I                               4.@ 

92. Which of the following is the sixth to the left of the fifth to the left of ‘V’ ?

1. 3                                    2. A                  3. N                             4. S

93. Which of the following is the eighth to the right of the fourteenth from the left end of the above arrangement?

1 V                                    2.4                    3. %                               4. E

94. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on their positions in the above arrangement and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group ?

1. IM%                              2. CNG             3. 3#N                           4 UGC

95. How many such symbols are there in above arrangement, each of which is immediately preceded by an alphabet and immediately followed by a number ?

1. None                               2. One              3. Two                         4.Three

Directions (96-100): Answer the questions based on the given line graph.

Ratio of Exports to Imports (in terms of money in Rs. crores) of Two Companies Over the Years

96. In how many of the given years were the exports more than the imports for Company A?

1.2                              2.3                                  3. 4                                  4.5

97. If the imports of Company A in 1997 were increased by 40 percent, what would be the ratio of exports to the increased imports?

1.      1.25                  2. 1.20                           3. 1.30                            4.None

98. If the exports of Company A in 1998 were Rs. 237 crores, what was the amount of imports in that year?

1.Rs. 189.6 crores          2. Rs. 243 crores          3. Rs. 281 crores          4. Rs. 316 crores

99. In 1995, the export of Company A was double that of Company B. If the imports of Company A during the year was Rs. 180 crores, what was the approximate amount of imports pf Company B during that year?

1.Rs. 190 crores            2. Rs. 210 crores       3. Rs. 225 crores      4. Cannot be determined

100. In which year(s) was the difference between imports and exports of Company B the maximum?

1.2000                           2.1996                       3. 1998 to 2000    4. Cannot be determined

 Answers :-

1-       ,  2-  3 ,  3- 4  , 4- 3  ,  5- 3  , 6- 3 , 7-4   , 8-3  , 9-  2 , 10-2   , 11-3   , 12- 2  , 13- 3  ,
14- 3  , 15-2 , 16- 2  , 17- 4   , 18-3  , 19-2  ,20- 3  , 21-2  , 22-4  , 23-2, 24-4, 25-3, 26- 4,
      27- 1 28- 4 , 29- 3, 30- 2 , 31- 4 , 32- 2 , 33- , 34- , 35- , 36- 2 , 37- 1,38-3 , 39- 2    
      40- 2,  41-3, 42- 1 43- 4, 44- 4, 45- , 46- 2 , 47-3 , 48- , 49- 4 , 50- 2 , 51- 4 52- 4 ,
      53- 1 54- 3, 55- 1, 56- 1, 57- 4 ,58- 2 ,59- 2 , 60- 3 , 61- 3  , 62- 2 , 63- 4 , 64- 2, 65- 1 ,
      66- 2 67- , 68- 3 , 69- 2, 70- 1, 71- 1, 72- 4, 73- 4 , 74- 3, 75- 4 , 76- 3, 77- 1,   78- 2,
      79- 2,  80- 4 81- 3, 82- 3 83- 4, 84- 1, 85- 1, 86- 3 87- 3, 88- 1, 89- 4, 90- 2 91-  4,
      92- 4, 93- 3, 94- 4, 95- 3, 96- 2, 97- 1, 98-4, 99- 2, 100- 4