NIPER Aptitude And General Knowledge Questions and Answers

From this year of 2024, NIPER (National Institutes of Pharmaceutical Education and Research) has updated its curriculum and exam pattern, where they clearly talked about fixed weightage of chapters and topics, so that students can prepare as per the new curriculum pattern more effectively. Here, I have discussed it in detail and provided some topic-wise Aptitude And General Knowledge Questions and Answers as an example for the upcoming NIPER 2024 Exam.

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Niper general knowledge questions and answers
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NIPER General Knowledge Questions and Answers PDF

NIPER JEE 2024 – New Exam Pattern

As we know that NIPER conducts two different tests for the two kinds of courses, which are

  1. Masters or Integrated PG-PhD Courses including Medical Devices
  2. Individual PhD Courses including Medical Devices

The new exam patterns published by the NIPER for these two courses are slightly different, as you can see in the tables below:-

  • For masters or Integrated PG-PhD courses including Medical Devices,
Part AGeneral Aptitude, Reasoning, Basic English4020
Part BComplete GPAT Syllabus16060
  • For Individual PhD courses including Medical Devices
Part AGeneral Aptitude, Reasoning, Basic English3015
Part BComplete GPAT Syllabus14070

NIPER Aptitude And General Knowledge Questions and Answers

In the Syllabus of Aptitude and General Knowledge, there are 5 main topics from NIPER continuously asking questions every year and here I will show you a number of examples from each topic to get a clear idea about the questions in the final exam.

Topic 01. General Aptitude (Quantitative Mathematics)

Profit-loss, Algebra, Mensuration, Simplifications, LCM-HCF, Time and Work etc.

Example : –

1. The angles of elevation of the top of a temple, from the foot and the top of a building 30 m high, are 60° and 30° respectively. The height of the temple is

  • (A) 50 m (B) 43 m
  • (C) 40 m (D) 45 m

2. A, B and C can work together for Rs. 550/- A and B together are to do 7/11 of the work. The share of C should be?

  • (A) Rs. 200 (B) Rs. 300
  • (C) Rs. 400 (D) Rs. 450

3. The price of a chair is Rs. 500. It has been sold at two successive discounts of 10% each. What is its selling price?

  • (A) Rs. 400 (B) Rs. 405
  • (C) Rs. 415 (D) Rs. 425

4. In a Village panchayat society 574 names are enlisted as ‘below poverty level’. If 14% of the villagers are below the poverty level, the total number of villagers is?

  • (A) 4100 (B) 4200
  • (C) 4000 (D) 3800

5. If a2 + 1 = a, then the value of a is

  • (A) 0 (B) 1
  • (C) -1 (D) 2

6. Length of three-line segments is given. Is the construction of a triangle possible with the segments in the given cases?

  • (A) 8 cm, 7 cm, 18 cm
  • (B) 8 cm, 15 cm, 17 cm
  • (C) 10 cm, 6 cm, 4 cm
  • (D) 8 cm, 10 cm, 20 cm

7. A man has some hens and some cows. If the total number of heads of hens and cows together is 50 and the number of feet of hens and cows together is 142, then the number of cows is

  • (A) 21 (B) 25
  • (C) 27 (D) 29

8. Two circles of radii 17 cm and 8 cm are concentric. The length of a chord of the greater circle that touches the smaller circle is

  • (A) 15 cm (B) 16 cm
  • (C) 30 cm (D) 34 cm

9. A boat can travel with a speed of 13 km/hr in still water. If the speed of the stream is 4 km/hr, find the time taken by the boat to go 68 km downstream.

  • (A) 2 hours (B) 3 hours
  • (C) 4 hours (D) 5 hours

10. If A+B = 102 and A-B = 24, then A = ?

  • (A) A = 63 (B) A = 38
  • (C) A = 62 (D) A = 38

Topic 02. Reasoning

Analogy, Coding-decoding, Puzzles, Direction Sense, Verbal Reasoning, etc.

Example : –

1. Find out the pair of words in which the words bear the same relationship to each other as similar to the words of the given pair bears:

Indolence : Beaver

  • (A) Elegance : Peacock
  • (B) Ferocity : Lamb
  • (C) Passivity : Cow
  • (D) Joviality : Hyena

2. In a code language, if ‘TIGER’ is coded as ‘GRTVI’ and ‘EAGLE’ is coded as ‘VZTOV’, how is the word ‘RABBIT’ coded in that language?


3. If the digits in the number 6763985142389 are arranged in ascending order, then how many digits remain in their places?

  • (A) Three (B) One
  • (C) Two (D) None

4. In the English alphabet what is the 3rd letter to the left of the 8th letter to the right of the 5th letter to the left of M?

  • (A) L (B) M
  • (C) N (D) O

5. How is A related to R, if A’s mother’s husband’s only daughter’s son is R?

  • (A) Mother (B) Father
  • (C) Uncle (D) Cannot be determined

6. A person in a car started from his house and travelled 6 km North. Then he took a right turn, travelled 3 km, and took a left turn. After travelling 3 km he took a right turn and travelled 9 km and reached the club. How far is the club from his house and in which direction?

  • (A) 14.5 km, South-west
  • (B) 15 km, South-west
  • (C) 15 km, North-east
  • (D) 14.5 km, North-east

7. Four out of the following five are alike and hence form a group. Find the one that does not belong to that group.

  • (A) BDF (B) DHL
  • (C) FLR (D) HPY

8. In which direction is city R located with respect to city U?

  1. City R is to the South of city S.
  2. City R is to the East of city T which is to the north of city U.
  3. City S is to the West of city Q.
  • (A) Only I and II are sufficient to answer the question.
  • (B) Only I and III are sufficient to answer the question.
  • (C) Only II is sufficient to answer the question.
  • (D) All I, II, III are required to answer the question.

9. How is ‘home’ written in the code language?

  1. ‘my home is sweet’ is written as ‘pi ta ka la’ in that code language .
  2. ‘as sweet as sugarcane’ is written as ‘ra ra ka ti’ in that code language.
  3. ‘my name is raka’ is written as ‘pi ta li mo’ in that code language
  • (A) Only II and III are sufficient to answer the question.
  • (B) Only I and III are sufficient to answer the question.
  • (C) Only I and II are sufficient to answer the question.
  • (D) All I, II, III are required to answer the question.

10. Directions: These questions are based on the following information.

Six persons A, B, C, D, E & F are comparing their weights and each of them has a different weight. D is heavier than only two persons. E is the only person heavier than F and lighter than D. C’s weight is less than only B’s weight. The third heaviest weight is 100kgs and the fifth heaviest weight is 60kgs.

10a. What is the possible weight of D?

  • (A) 60kgs               (C) 105 kgs
  • (B) 100kgs             (D) 75 kgs

10b. Who is the third heaviest?

  • (A) D              (C) A
  • (B) E               (D)  B

10c. If the heaviest weight is 30kgs more than A’s weight, then what is the possible weight of C?

  • (A) 130 (B)100
  • (C) 115 (D) 90

Topic 03. General English (Basics)

Synonyms, Antonyms, Error Spotting, Idioms and Phrases, etc.

Example : –

Direction (Q.1-3): Which part of the given sentences has an error? In case, there is no error, choose option (d).

  1. His grandfather (a)/ had told him that to smoke (b)/ was a bad habit. (c)/ No error (d)
  2. My book, which (a)/ I gave it to you yesterday, (b)/ is very interesting. (c)/ No error (d)
  3. I am entirely agreeing with you (a)/ but I regret (b)/ I can’t help you. (c)/ No error (d)

Direction (Q.4-5): In each of the following questions an idiomatic phrase is given followed by four alternatives. Choose the alternative that best expresses the meaning of the expression.

4. At one’s wits end

  • (A) perplexed     (C) Clear up
  • (b) explain          (D) enlighten

5. Hang together

  • (A) confirm each other
  • (B) live together
  • (C)hang with each other
  • (D) go together

Select the ANTONYM of the word (occurring in the sentence in capital letters) as per the context.

6. Poisonous gases emitted from factories CONTAMINATE the air we breathe in.

  • (A) Sanctify          (B) Taint
  • (C) Invigorate      (D)   Purify

  • (A) (B)
  • (C) (D)

Topic 04. General Knowledge

  • In this section, Questions are basically asked from Banks, Satellites, Politics, Currency, Recent Bills, Policies any many more in the same row.

Topic 05. Current Affairs

  • Must be referred for the current year only i.e, 2023-2024 (according to 2024, Now)
  • Current Affairs can be related to burning topics like Russia-Ukraine War, AI, Cryptocurrency, Pharma related Current Affairs etc.
  • But it is ambiguous i.e., can be from any field.

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Final Verdict on NIPER Aptitude And General Knowledge Questions and Answers

In the final verdict, I want to tell you all that many of students who are preparing for NIPER exam are scared of this sections or aptitudes, but I can guarantee you, these the free marks that you can score easily, with less effort. So, if you want to score a good marks in the exam, then prepare this section first. Hope you like the post and share it with your friends for more similar contents.

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