# SET 1

Q. In comparison to d.c. transmission losses in a.c. are:
(a) high
(b) low
(c) negligible
(d) none of the above

Q. In LCR parallel circuit:
(a) I is minimum, Z is minimum
(b) I is minimum, z is maximum
(c) I is maximum, Z is minimum
(d) I is maximum, Z is maximum

Q. Ina transformer Vp = 220 V and Vs = 22 v. it runs a machine of
220 resistance. The current in the primary coil is:
(a) 1 A
(b) 0.1 A
(c) 0.01 A
(d) 1mA

Q. Lamination of transformer core:
(a) eliminates heating due to eddy current
(b) eliminates magnetic field due to eddy current
(c) eliminates both heating and magnetic field due to eddy current
(d) none of the above

Q. Eddy currents are produced when:
(a) a metal is kept in a varying magnetic field
(b) a metal is kept in a steady magnetic field
(c) a circular coil is placed in a magnetic coil
(d) a current is passed through a circular coil

Q. A 100 mH coil carries a current of I A. energy stored in its
magnetic field is:
(a) 1 J
(b) 0.5 J
(c) 0.05 J
(d) 0.1 J

Q. The back e.m.f. in d.c. motor is maximum when:
(a) the motor has picked up maximum speed
(b) the motor has just started moving
(c) the speed of the motor is till on the increase
(d) the motor has just been switched off

Q. A generator is based on the principle of:
(a) Salf-inductance
(b) Electrical induction
(c) Electromagnetic induction
(d) Mutual induction

Q. A multi meter cannot be used to measure:
(a) current
(b) voltage
(c) resistance
(d) capacitance
Q.
In the given resistor circuit, the current flowing through the
resistance CD will be:
(a) 2 Amp
(b) 3 Amp
(c) 2.5 Amp
(d) 5 Amp

Q. According to faraday's law of e.m. finduction the inducted e.m.f.
'e' is:
(a) A
(b) e=IV
(c) e=I^2 R
(d) e=QV

Q. The current between two infinite straight conductors separated
by a distance 10 m are 2 A and 4 A respectively. The force per unit
length between them is:
(a) 1.8 X 10–3 N/m attractive
(b) 1.6 X 10–3 N/m repulsive
(c) 3.2 X 10–3 N/m attractive
(d) 3.2 X 10–3 N/m repulsive

Q. In a transformer Vp = 220 V and Vs = 22 v. it runs a machine of
220 resistance. The current in the primary coil is:
(a) 1 A
(b) 0.1 A
(c) 0.01 A
(d) 1mA

Q. Lamination of transformer core:
(a) eliminates heating due to eddy current
(b) eliminates magnetic field due to eddy current
(c) eliminates both heating and magnetic field due to eddy current
(d) none of the above

Q. Eddy currents are produced when:
(a) a metal is kept in a varying magnetic field
(b) a metal is kept in a steady magnetic field
(c) a circular coil is placed in a magnetic field
(d) a current is passed through a circular coil

Q. A 100 mH coil carries a current of I A. energy stored in its
magnetic field is:
(a) 1 J
(b) 0.5 J
(c) 0.05 J
(d) 0.1 J

Q. The back e.m.f. in d.c. motor is maximum when:
(a) the motor has picked up maximum speed
(b) the motor has just started moving
(c) the speed of the motor is till on the increase
(d) the motor has just been switched off

Q. Lenz's law is a consequence of the law of conservation of:
(a) charge
(b) mass
(c) momentum
(d) energy

Q. The heating of the large transformers is due to:
(a) the heat generated by current
(b) hysteresis alone
(c) both the hysteresis and heating effect of current
(d) none of the above

Q. Wb/m2 equals:
(a) 1 Gauss
(b) 102 Gauss
(c) 103 Gauss
(d) 104 Gauss

Q. An active element in a circuit is one which:
(b) Supplies energy
(c) Both (a) and (d)
(d) None of the above

Q. For an ideal voltmeter, the resistance should be:
(a) Zero
(b) Infinite
(c) Very high
(d) None of the above

Q. A galvanometer can be changed into ammeter by:
(a) Adding a low resistance in series with it
(b) Adding a low resistances in parallel with it
(c) Adding a high resistance in series with it
(d) Adding a high resistance in parallel with it

Q. Transformer is based on the principle of:
(a) Self induction
(b) Mutual induction
(c) Electromagnetic
(d) Electrical induction

Q. To convert mechanical energy into electrical energy, we can
use:
(a) Dynamo
(b) Motor
(c) Transformer
(d) Galvanometer

Q. The function of d.c. motor is:
(a) to convert energy to electrical energy
(b) to convert electrical energy to mechanical energy
(c) to convert electrical energy to magnetic energy
(d) to convert magnetic energy of electrical energy

Set 2
Q. A four terminal network has:
(a) Two ports
(b) One port
(c) Three ports
(d) No port

Q. Norton theorem is converse of:
(a) The venin's theorem
(b) Superposition theorem
(c) Reciprocity theorem
(d) Maximum power transfer theorem

set 3
Q.
The equivalent capacitance of the circuit between A and B is:
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)

Q. On heating the dielectric constant of an insulator:
(a) remains constant
(b) increase
(c) decreases
(d) nothing can be predicted

Q. Two capacitors of capacitances 2 uF and 4 uF are connected in
series. Their equivalent capacitance will be:
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)

Q. Unit of capacitance is:
(a) Coulomb
(b) Volt
(c) Henry

Q. A capacitor stores energy in the form of :
(a) Electromagnetic field
(b) Magnetic field
(c) Electric Field
(d) None of the above

Q. A parallel plate capacitor is given a charge Q. If the area of
plates is doubled, its capacity will be:
(a) Halved
(b) Doubled
(c) Zero
(d) Unchanged

Q. A 4 µ F capacitor is charged to 400 V. The energy stored in it
will be:
(a) 0.16 J
(b) 0.32 J
(c) 0.64 J
(d) 1.28 J

Q. The capacitance of a capacitor does not depend upon:
(a) Shape of plates
(b) Size of Plates
(c) Charge on plates
(d) Separation between plates

Q. The energy stored in an capacitor is in the form of:
(a) Kinetic energy
(b) Potential energy
(c) Magnetic energy
(d) Elastic energy

Q.
A charge on each capacitor in the circuit is :

(a)

(b)

(c)
(d)

Q. On heating the dielectric constant of an insulator:
(a) remains constant
(b) increase
(c) decreases
(d) nothing can be predicted

Q. Two condensers of capacitor C1 and C2 charged to potential V1
and V2 are joined by a wire. The loss of energy E is:
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)

Q. In a charged capacitor the energy appears as:
(a) magnetic energy
(b) electromagnetic energy
(c) electrostatic energy
(d) neither electric nor magnetic

Q. In a charged capacitor the energy resides:
(a) on the positive plate
(b) on both the positive and negative plates
(c) in the field between the plates
(d) around the edge of the capacitor plates

Q. A parallel plate capacitor is given a charge Q. If the separation
between the plates is doubled, its capacity will be:
(a) unchanged
(b) Zero
(c) doubled
(d) half

Set 4
Q. The example of non-ohmic resistance is:
(a) Copper wire
(b) Carbon resistance
(c) Diode
(d) Tungsten wire

Q. The temperature co-efficient of resistance is negative for:
(a) Ge
(b) Copper
(c) Aluminum
(d) Nickel

Q. The temperature co-efficient of resistance is positive for:
(a) Carbon
(b) Copper
(c) Si
(d) Ge

Q. Indentify the set in which all the materials are good conductors
of electricity.
(a) Cu, Ag and Au
(b) Cu, Si and diamond
(c) Cu, Hg and NaCL
(d) Cu, Fe and Hg

Q. A flow of 107 electrons per second in a conducting wire
constitutes a current of:
(a) 1.6 X 10–26 A
(b) 1.6 X 1012 A
(c) 1.6 X 10–12 A
(d) 1.6 X 1026 A

Q. The example of non-ohmic resistance is:
(a) Copper wire
(b) Carbon wire
(c) Diode
(d) Tungsten wire

Q. The unit of specific conductance is:
(a) Ohm
(b) Ohm-M
(c) Siemen
(d) mho-m

Q. The resistance of straight conductor does not depend on its:
(a) Temperature
(b) Length
(c) Material
(d) Shape of cross-section

Q. In a closed circuit, kirchhoff's second law represents:
(a) ohm's law
(b) Charge - conservation law
(c) Current-conservation low
(d) None of the above

Q. Unit of resistivity is :
(a) ohm/m
(b) ohm/m2
(c) ohm-m
(d) ohm-m2

Q. The conductivity of a superconductor is:
(a) Zero
(b) Small
(c) Large
(d) Infinite

Q. The diameters of two resistance wires of equal length and of the
same material are in the ratio of 1 : 2 the ratio of their resistances
will be:
(a) 1 : 2
(b) 1 : 4
(c) 4 : 1
(d) 2 : 1

Q. Unit of potential difference is:
(a) Volt
(b) Ampere
(c) Joule
(d) Coulomb

Q. The resistance of a conductor depends on:
(a) Its length only
(b) Its cross - sectional area
(c) Its temperature
(d) All of the above

Q. The example of non-ohmic resistance is:
(a) Copper wire
(b) Carbon wire
(c) Diode
(d) Tungsten wire

Q.
The current i in the given circuit is:
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)

Q. The conductivity of superconductor is :
(a) Infinite
(b) Very large
(c) Very small
(d) Zero

Q. Kirchhoff's first low is related to the law of:
(a) Conservation of energy
(b) Conservation of charge
(c) Conservation of mass
(d) Conservation of angular momentum

Q. Unit of resistivity is:
(a) ohm/meter
(b) ohm/meter2
(c) ohm-meter
(d) ohm-meter2

Q. When two resistances are connected in series, they have:
(a) Same voltage
(b) Same resistance
(c) Same current
(d) Different current

Q. The specific resistance of a wire depends upon:
(a) Its length
(b) Its cross-section area
(c) Its dimensions
(d) Its material

Q. Two resistances of 0.275 ohm and 0.778 ohm are connected in
parallel. The total resistance shall be:
(a) More than 0.275 ohm
(b) Less than 0.275 ohm
(c) Equal to 1.053 ohm
(d) More than 0.778 ohm

Set 5
Q. Earthing is used:
(a) As a neutral line
(b) to save power
(c) to reduce voltage fluctuation
(d) as a safety measure

Q. A switch can :
(a) open a circuit
(b) close a circuit
(c) both open and close a circuit
(d) introduce a resistance

Q. Single-phase domestic power supply is at:
(a) 400 V, 50 Hz
(b) 220 V. 50 Hz
(c) 220 V, 100 Hz
(d) 400 V, 100 Hz

Q. A fuse wire has:
(a) a low melting point
(b) a low resistance
(d) negligible mechanical strength

Set 6
Q. Which is wrong about coulomb's force?
(a) It is a long range force
(b) it follows inverse square law
(c) It does not depend on medium
(d) It may be attractive as well as repulsive

Q. Which is not a property of conductors?
(a) Have free electrons
(b) Resistance increases with temperature
(c) Negligible bank gap
(d) Contains electron - hole pairs

Q. Which of the following experiment verifies quantization of
charge?
(a) Rutherford
(b) Millikan's oil drop
(c) Discharge of gases

Q. A point has 10 volt potential, if a charge of + 10coulomb is
brought from infinity to that point, then the work done will be:
(a) 10 J
(b) 100 J
(c) 1 J
(d) 2 J

Q. If a positive charge is established in an electric field against the
Coulomb force then:
(a) Work is done by electric field
(b) Energy is utilized from some external sources
(c) Intensity of electric field decreases
(d) Intensity of electric field increase

Q. If a charge Q is brought near another charge Q, then total
energy of the system:
(a) Remains same
(b) Increases
(c) Decreases
(d) None

Q. If a soap bubble is positively charged, then its radius:
(a) Increases
(b) Decreases
(c) Remain unchanged
(d) First increases and then decreases

Q. The dielectric constant of aluminum is:
(a) 1
(b) Zero
(c) 10
(d) Infinity

Q. The intensity of an electric field at some point distance r from
the axis of infinite long pipe having charges per unit length as q
will be:
(a) Proportional to r2
(b) Proportional to r3
(c) Inversely proportional to r
(d) Inversely proportional to r2

Q. The unit for electric field intensity is:
(a) Newton/Coulomb
(b) Joule/Coulomb
(c) Volt-meter
(d) Newton/meter

Q. If the distance and value of the charges located at different
points are doubled, then the force acting between them will be:
(a) Double
(b) Half
(c) Unchanged
(d) Four time

Q. What will be the potential energy of the proton-electron system
in a hydrogen atom? r is the radius of the orbit of the electron:
(a) – Ke/r
(b) –Ke2/r
(c) +Ke/r
(d) Coulomb/Joule

Q. One volt potential difference is equivalent to:
(a) Newton/Coulomb
(b) Erg/Coulomb
(c) Joule/Coulomb
(d) Coulomb/Joule

Q. Which of the following is not conserved:
(a) Mass
(b) Charge
(c) Total energy
(d) Momentum

Q. The energy stored in an capacitor is in the form of:
(a) Kinetic energy
(b) Potential energy
(c) Magnetic energy
(d) Elastic energy

Q. The Unit of electric field intensity is:
(a) Newton/meter
(b) Coulomb/Newton
(c) Newton/Coulomb
(d) Joule/Newton

Q. One volt potential difference is equivalent to:
(a) 1 Newton/coulomb
(b) 1 erg/Coulomb
(c) 1 Joule/coulomb
(d) 1 Coulomb/Joule

Q. Electric field intensity due to a point charge follows:
(a) Falls inversely proportional to the distance
(b) Falls inversely proportional to the square root of the distance
(c) It does not change with distance
(d) Falls inversely proportional to the square of the distance

Q. When the distance between two equal charges is decreased to
half and their magnitude of charges also decreased to half, the
force between them:
(a) Remains unchanged
(b) Reduces to half
(c) Becomes half
(d) None of the above

Q. The force of attraction or repulsion between charges follows:
(a) Square law of distance
(b) Inverse square law of distance
(c) Both (a) and (b)
(d) None of (a) and (b)

Set 7
Q. In an ideal A.C. circuit the power is consumed in:
(a) Resistance
(b) Capacitance
(c) Inductance
(d) L C Circuit

Q. In a pure capacitor:
(a) current leads the e.m.f. by phase 90o
(b) current legs behind the e.m.f. by phase 90o
(c) current of e.m.f. are always in the same phase
(d) current and e.m.f. are always opposite phase

Q. The time constant of an L R circuit is given by:
(a) R/L
(b) L/R
(c) RL
(d) R2L

Q. The unit of v(LC ) is:
(a) Henry
(c) Ampere
(d) Second

Q. The impedance of a 200 mH induction coil at 1 KHz will be:
(a) 200 ohms
(b) 1257 ohms
(c) 628 ohms
(d) 12.57 x10 5

Q. A generator is based on the principle of:
(a) Self inductance
(b) Electrical induction
(c) Electromagnetic induction
(d) Mutual induction

Q. The voltage of domestic power supply is 220 volts. What does
this voltage represent?
(a) Mean voltage
(b) Mean-square voltage
(c) Root-mean square voltage
(d) Peak voltage

Q. In an a.c. circuit the peak values of current and e.m.f compared
to the values measured by a.c. instruments are:
(a) 1.41 times
(b) 0.707 times
(c) Double
(d) Half

Q. The example of ferromagnetic material is:
(a) Aluminum
(b) Nickel
(c) Mercury
(d) Manganese

Q. Copper is:
(a) Paramagnetic
(b) Ferromagnetic
(c) Diamagnetic
(d) Non-magnetic

Q. The time constant of an L -R circuit is:
(a) LR
(b) L/R
(c) R/L
(d) I/RL

Q. Lenz's law is based on the conservation of:
(a) Charge
(b) Momentum
(c) Energy
(d) Mass

Q. The unit of magnetic flux density is:
(a) weber/m
(b) weber
(c) weber/m2
(d) ampere/m

Q. If direct current is passed in a spring, then:
(a) Its length decreases
(b) Its length increases
(c) No change occurs in the length
(d) It oscillates

Q. When two parallel wires carry current in the same direction,
they:
(a) Repel each other
(b) Attract each other
(c) Have no force between them
(d) Apply an uncertain force on each other

Q. When frequency of an parallel LCR circuit increase, the
impedance Z:
(a) First decreases and then increase
(b) First increase and then decreases
(c) Increases uniformly
(d) Decreases uniformly

Q. In LCR circuit, the power factor to be 1, the condition is:
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)

Q. The impedance of an R- L series circuit is given by:
(a) A
(b) B
(c) C
(d) None of the above

Q. In an deal circuit, the power is consumed in:
(a) R
(b) C
(c) L
(d) L and C

Q. The average value of alternating current over one complete
cycle is:
(a) A
(b) B
(c) C
(d) Zero

Q. Resonant circuits are:
(a) Parallel resonant circuits
(b) Series resonant circuits
(c) Both parallel and series resonant circuits
(d) None of the above

Q. The resonant frequency of a circuit is given by
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)

Q. In a series resonant circuit, the current at resonance is:
(a) maximum
(b) minimum
(c) zero
(d) none of the above