# Navy MR Syllabus and Sample Question Paper

** ****Section A – Science And Mathematics**

- Nature of Matter, Universe (Planets/ Earth/ Satellites/ Sun), Electricity and its applications
- Force and Gravitation, Newton’s Laws Of Motion, Work, Energy and Power
- Heat, Temperature, metals and Non- Metals, Carbon and its Compounds, Measurements in Science, Sound & Wave Motion, Atomic Structure
- Mathematical Simplification, Ratio and Proportion, Algebraic Identities, Linear Equations and Polynomials, Simultaneous Equations, Basic Trigonometry
- Simple Mensuration, Geometry, Measures of Central Tendency (Average, Median and Mode)
- Interest, Profit, Loss and Percentage, Work, Time, Speed and Distance

**Section B – General Awareness**

- Geography: Soil, Rivers, Mountains, Ports, Inland, Harbours
- Culture and Religion, Freedom Movement, Important National Facts about India, Heritage, Arts and Dance
- History, Defence, Wars and neighbours, Awards and Authors, Discoveries, Diseases and Nutrition
- Current Affairs, Languages, Capitals and Currencies, Common Names, Full Forms and Abbreviations
- Eminent Personalities, National : Bird/Animal/Sport/Flower/Anthem/ Song/Flag/Monuments
- Sports : Championships / Winners/ Terms/ Number of Players

**Sample Question Paper**

**Time: 45 Minutes**

**Marks: 50**

*(You can mention the answers in comments. Answers are given below)*

** ****Section A- Science and Arithmetic**

Q1 – 10 men can make a wall in 8 days. How many men required to complete the same work in half day?

(A) 80 (B) 100 (C) 120 (D) 160

Q2 – A dealer buys an article marked at Rs 25000 with 20% and 5 % off. He spends Rs 2000 on its repair and sells it 25000. What is his gain or loss percentage?

(A) 21% Loss (B) 10.5%Loss (C) 19.5%Gain (D) 25%Gain

Q3 – A merchant has 1000 Kg of sugar, part of which he sells at 8% profit and the rest at 18% profit. He gains 14% on the whole. The quantity sold at 18% profit is:

(A) 500 Kg (B) 600 Kg (C) 400 Kg (D) 640 Kg

Q4 – Find the mean of: 28, 24, 37, 42, 56, 59, 67, 28, 15, 32,

(A) 23.5 (B) 38.8 (C) 42.3 (D) 71.2

Q5 – The roots of the equation x^{2}-8x+15=0 are

(A) 2,3 (B) 3,5 (C) 8,15 (D) 6,5

Q6 – The Ratio of length of each equal side and the third side of an isosceles triangle is 3:4. If the area of the triangle is 18√5sq units, the third side is:

(A) 8√2 units (B) 12 units (C) 16 units (D) 5√10 units

Q7 – Shantanu’s cap is in the form of a right circular cone of base radius 7 cm and height 24 cm. Find the area of the sheet required to make 5 such caps

(A) 5000 sq cm (B) 2750sq Cm (C) 3000sq cm (D) 2700sq cm

Q8 – The minimum value of cos^{2}x+sec^{2}x is:

(A) 0 (B) 1 (C) 2 (D) 3

Q9 – The cost of 2 Sarees and 4 Shirts is Rs 16000 while 1 Saree and 6 Shirts cost the same. The cost of 12 Shirts is

(A) 12000 (B) 24000 (C) 48000 (D) None of the above

Q10 – The value of K for which kx+3y-k+3=0 and 12x+ky=k, have infinite solution is:

(A) 0 (B) -6 (C) 6 (D) 1

Q11 – Evaluate (2x+y)(2x-y)(4x^{2}+y^{2})

(A) 16x^{4}+2y^{4} (B) 16x^{4}-y^{4} (C) 20x^{4}+y ^{4} (D) 16x^{4}-4y^{4}

Q12 – If a^{2}+b^{2}=234 and ab=108, find the value of (a+b)/(a-b)

(A) 10 (B) 8 (C) 5 (D) 4

Q13 – Solve 2567/17*3=?+180

(A) 51 (B) 73 (C) 271 (D) 273

Q14 – Which of the following can’t be used to make a solar cell?

(A) Silicon (B) Platinum (C) Gallium (D) Germanium

Q15 – Loudness or intensity of sound depends upon

(A) Application of Metal wire (B) Amplitude of sound wave (C) Area of vibrating body (D) All of the above

Q16 – The SI unit of Electric charge is

(A) Volts(V) (B) Ampere(A) (C) Coulomb(C) (D) Tesla(T)

Q17 – The enzyme used in the conversion of fructose into ethanol is:

(A) Zymase (B) Invertase (C) Diastase (D) Fructose

Q18 – Which of the following is a measure of velocity?

(A) 30 s (B) 30 South (C) 30m/s (D) 30m/s, South

Q19 – A thermos bottle containing coffee is vigorously shaken. If the coffee is considered as a system, then the temperature of coffee will:

(A) Increase (B) Decrease (C) Remain same (D) Can’t Say

Q20 – The Moon revolves around the Earth because the earth exerts a radical force on the moon. Does Earth perform work on the moon?

(A) No (B) Yes, Sometimes (C) Yes, always (D) Can’t say

Q21 – An object moving in (upward) direction opposite to the gravitational force of earth performs:

(A) Accelerated motion (B) Motion with constant velocity

(C) Oscillations (D) Retarded motion

Q22 – The weight of the body would not be zero at:

(A) Earth’s center (B) During free fall

(C) Space (D) Frictionless surface

Q23 – When 10^{19} electrons are removed from a neutral metal plate, the electric charge on it is (coulomb)

(A) 10^{19} (B) 1.6 (C) -1.6 (D) 10(q_{1}/q_{2})

Q24 – A quasar is:

(A) Neutron star (B) Black hole

(C) White dwarf (D) Powerful source of radio radiations

Q25 – On heating, solid is directly converted into gaseous state. This process is called:

(A) Sublimation (B) Evaporation

(C) Diffusion (D) Condensation

**Section B – General Awareness**

Q1 – Which is the biggest planet?

(A) Venus (B) Mars (C) Mercury (D) Jupiter

Q2 – Who was mainly worshipped in the Rig Veda period?

(A) Indra (B) Vishnu (C) Sun (D) Trimurti

Q3 – The greatest monument at Ellora, dating from the late 7^{th} century, honours the Hindu God:

(A) Vishnu (B) Shiva (C) Ganesh (D) Krishna

Q4 – In which year was the Indian National Congress formed?

(A) 1835 (B) 1885 (C) 1901 (D) 1875

Q5 – National Highway No. 4 connects:

(A) Mumbai – Nagpur (B) Mumbai – Chennai

(C) Nagpur – Hyderabad (D) Bangalore – Mysore

Q6 – The first electric train of India (Deccan Queen) was run between:

(A) Mumbai – Surat (B) Howrah – Delhi

(C) Kalyan – Pune (D) New Delhi – Chennai

Q7 – The headquarters of Lalit Kala Academy are at:

(A) New Delhi (B) Chandigarh (C) Pune (D) Kolkata

Q8 – Which of the following Indus valley sites is in Pakistan?

(A) Harappa (B) Kalibagan (C) Lothal (D) Alamghir

Q9 – The violent uprising of palestinians against the Israeli occupation is called:

(A) Intifada (B) Hezbollah (C) PLO (D) Hamas

Q10 – Who wrote the book titled ‘Runs and Ruins’?

(A) Kapil Dev (B) Imran Khan

(C) Sunil Gavaskar (D) None of these

Q11 – Lack of ___________ causes diabetes.

(A) Sugar (B) Insulin (C) Calcium (D) Vitamins

Q12 – The country known as the ‘Land of the midnight sun’.

(A) Japan (B) Sweden (C) Norway (D) Denmark

Q13 – The discovery of inert gases is associated with:

(A) J B Priestly (B) Lavosier (C) Cavendish (D) Ramsay

Q14 – The heater element in an electric iron is made of:

(A) Nichrome (B) Tungsten (C) Copper (D) Iron

Q15 – Capital of Manipur is:

(A) Shillong (B) Imphal (C) Gangtok (D) Kohima

Q16 – The capital of Andaman and Nikobar Island is:

(A) Havlock (B) Jollyboy (C) Port Blair (D) Ross

Q17 – FAO stands for

(A) Food and Agriculture Organisation (B) Fruits and Agro Organisation (C) Fruit, Agriculture and Ocean (D) Fruits, Agro and Ocean

Q18 – In which of the following fields did Tenzing Norgay distinguish himself?

(A) Boxing (B) Cycling (C) Mountaineering (D) Hockey

Q19 – Who among the following is known as ‘Fuehrer’?

(A) Stalin (B) Lenin (C) Hitler (D) Bismarck

Q20 – The largest and the oldest museum of India is located in the state/Union Territory of:

(A) Andhra Pradesh (B) Uttar Pradesh

(C) West Bengal (D) New Delhi

Q21 – The lengthiest classical epic is:

(A) Bhagwat Geeta (B) Ramayan

(C) Gita Govinda (D) Mahabharat

Q22 – The term ‘Derby’ is related to which of the following:

(A) Polo (B) Swimming (C) Racing (D) Horse Riding

Q23 – With which game Geet Sethi is associated?

(A) Basketball (B) Chess (C) Snooker (D) Tennis

Q24 – Who is the first Indian to win the ‘International Grand Master’ title in chess?

(A) Anupama Abhayankar (B) Bhagyashree Tripathy

(C) Vishwanathan Anand (D) D V Prasad

Q25 – In which Indian State did the game of Polo originate in?

(A) Manipur (B) Rajasthan (C) Gujarat (D) West Bengal

The Syllabus and the Sample paper given below have been taken from

https://www.joinindiannavy.gov.in/en/page/mr-nmr.html

**Answers**

**Section A- Science and Arithmetic**

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- C
- B
- C
- D
- B
- D
- C
- A
- D
- A
- A
- D
- A
- B
- D
- A

**Section B – General Awareness**

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- A
- B
- B
- B
- C
- A
- A
- A
- C
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- C
- D
- A
- B
- C
- A
- C
- C
- C
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- D
- C
- C
- A