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Test No :11

Q1. The Anglo Afghan relations in the 19th century was influenced by the fear of expansion by.....
Q2. Who was the last Nawab of Awadh State?
Q3. Which of the following was not conquered by Maharaja Ranjit Singhji? Multan Beas Sutlej Territory Peshawar Kashmir
Q4. Arrange the following in the correct sequence of the European arrival in India during the 18th century: a)Portuguese b)Dutch c)British and d)French
Q5. What are the resistance movements that took shape during the first 100 years rule of the British? (a)national revolts (b)peasant movements (c)civil rebellions (d)tribal uprisings
Q6. By which of the following Acts, the British Crown took control of Government of India?
Q7. When was the first step taken by the Government to spread modern education in India?
Q8. In British India "Rule of Law" meant.........
Q9. Which of the following Acts paved the way for Indians to hold jobs with the East India Company?
Q10. Which of the following state had French influence in their legal systems?
Q11. With what intention the Portuguese established their port in Goa? (a) to be used as an entryport for the east; (b) as a base for further expansion in India (c) to supervise the Malabar coast (d) to control the east Indian spice trade
Q12. Rewakening during the 19th century in India was mostly confined to the ...................
Q13. When did the British Government first interfere with the functioning of the East India Company?
Q14. Who among the following is attributed with the revival of "Vedas"?
Q15. Among the following what was the original intention of the East India Company?
Q16. "India has to unite and conquer the whole world once again with its might". Whose quote is this?
Q17. Who introduced the "Doctrine of Lapse"?
Q18. During the 1857 revolt, who was the governor general?
Q19. Which of the following statement is correct with regard to the 1857 revolt?
Q20. Which factor was least responsible for the failure of the 1857 sepoy mutiny?
Q21. The famous institution on Electrochemical studies is located in..
Q22. India's famous Dairy Science College is located in.
Q23. CFTRI is the leading institution on food related studies. Where is it located?
Q24. National Institute of Fashion Technology is located in..
Q25. Where is the leading institution on plastic technology-CIPET- located?
Q26. Which was the first Indian Institution of Management started in India?
Q27. Where is the National level Indian Statistical Institute located?
Q28. Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru was started in the year..
Q29. The study of Architecture in our country is regulated by..
Q30. When was the National Law School started?
Q31. Which is the oldest Medical college in India?
Q32. Where is the Armed Forces Medical College?
Q33. JIPMER, Puducherry was named as such in 1964. When was it actually started?
Q34. When was the Christian Medical College, Vellore started?
Q35. When was the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) established?
Q36. Who heads the organisational structure of IITs?
Q37. In which city of India was the first Engineering college started?
Q38. Which year saw more number of IITs established in India?
Q39. Which was the first IIT to be started in India?
Q40. When was the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (education) started?
Q41. SEBI was established in the year ................
Q42. ...................exercises control over Public Expenditure.
Q43. Oil and Natural Gas Commission was established in the year .........
Q44. Rupee Convertibility aims at......................
Q45. The Bank which tops the world with respect to micro-finance is..........
Q46. Seats for Maths, Physics and Biology are in the ratio of 5:7:8 respectively. There is a proposal to increase these seats by 40%, 50% and 75% respectively. What will be the respective ratio of increased seats? (SBI 2008)
Q47. A certain amount earns simple interest of Rs.1750 after 7 years. Had the interest been 2% more, how much more interest would it have earned? (SBI 2008)
Q48. In how many different ways a group of 4 men and 4 women be formed out of 7 men and 8 women? (SBI 2008)
Q49. A box containes four small boxes. Each of the four boxes contains three small boxes, in each of which there are two boxes. How many boxes are there altogether?
Q50. What will be the cost of gardening 1 metre broad boundary around a rectangular plot having perimeter of 340 metres at the rate of Rs.10 per square metre? (SBI 2008)
Q51. Rabies is a killer disease caused by the bite of ...................
Q52. A person finding it difficult to see distant objects is suffering from ...............
Q53. Which is the hardest substance of the human body?
Q54. Arterial blood pressure is measured by ..........................
Q55. Bleeding of gums is one of the symptoms of ..............
Q56. The organs which are receptors for taste are known as ......................
Q57. Acromegaly is a disorder caused by the irregular secretion of ......................glands.
Q58. Nightblindness is caused by the deficiency of ...................
Q59. 1.Nightblindness is caused by the deficiency of Vitamin A. 2.Intake of Carrot may prevent this disease.
Q60. What is the name of the pigment that helps a man to see in darkness?
Q61. Earthworm's body is divided into a number of ..................
Q62. Heart in a state of contraction is known as ........................
Q63. The cells over a feet in length are ............
Q64. Amoeba, insects, snails and starfishes are ...........
Q65. White blood corpuscles are produced in .................and .....................
Q66. The nerves carry the ............from various parts of the body to the brain.
Q67. The blood vessels which leave from the heart are known as ...................... .
Q68. Internal fertilization takes place in .................
Q69. Sertoli cells are situated in the ..................
Q70. Red Blood Corpuscles are produced in the .................
Q71. Why halogens do not exist in nature in free state?
Q72. What is the gas liberated when an aqueous solution of chlorine is exposed to sunlight?
Q73. Which of the following tests is the confirmatory test for chlorides?
Q74. Of the following acids, which one is the weakest?
Q75. Of the following halogens which one is used in the preparation of poisonous gases like Phosgene, Tear and Mustard gas?
Q76. Of the following which one is highly stable?
Q77. Of the following halogens which one is very unreactive?
Q78. ........ reacts with hydrogen even in the dark.
Q79. What is the other name for ore producers?
Q80. What is the other name for Salt producers?
Q81. What gas is used to produce coloured glow in electric signs?
Q82. What is the rare gas obtained from radioactive disintegration?
Q83. Covalent bonds are .....
Q84. What is the content of Electrovalent compound?
Q85. The non reactivity of rare gases is because of ....
Q86. ........ law can be used to separate the isotopes of the same element.
Q87. How do we call the tendency of gaseous substance to distribute itself uniformly in the available space?
Q88. According to Charle's law at constant volume .....
Q89. Zero degree Kelvin is known as .......temperature
Q90. In a group all the elements will have ......
Q91. All the elements in a group have ..... Valency.
Q92. Of the following gases, which one is not a noble gas?
Q93. Isobars are the atoms of the same element with .......
Q94. The charge of the nucleus is due to the presence of ......
Q95. The mass of an electron is
Q96. In lithium, the atomic number is 3 and the mass number is 7. What would be the number of protons in it?
Q97. What is the term used for the sum of the number of protons and neutrons present in the necleus?
Q98. Who was the first to use the term "green house effect"?
Q99. Of the following which are highly compressible?
Q100. Of the following, which one is a heterogeneous mixture?
Q101. Carbolic acid (eg. Phenol) is a good example of .....
Q102. Of the following vitamis, which are water soluble?
Q103. The content of Carbohydrates are..
Q104. Discoverer of antibiotic penicillin is......
Q105. The content of Freezing mixture is..
Q106. From among the following which one is present in all acids?
Q107. Phenolphthalein is a/an
Q108. The content of Bordeaus Mixture is......
Q109. Of the following which one is used as a preservative in fruits and juices?
Q110. In which of the following areas Potassium Permanganate is used?
Q111. What is the angular momentum of the electron?
Q112. What is the angle of deviation of a ray, whose angle of incidence is 80 degree?
Q113. What is the angle between displacement and the force applied when the work done is maximum?
Q114. What is the angle between electric and magnetic fields of an EM wave?
Q115. What is the angle between displacement and force, to get maximum work?
Q116. What is the amount of current, when 10 c of charge flows in 4 s through the conductor?
Q117. What is Sun?
Q118. what is Shunt?
Q119. What is seen when the discharge tube is covered with thin black card board?
Q120. What is required for the production of X-rays?
Q121. What is produced in nuclear reactor?
Q122. What is produced in nuclear reactor?
Q123. What is one light year equal to?
Q124. What is nuclear fission?
Q125. What is matter composed of?
Q126. What is natural radioactivity?
Q127. What is it due to the twinkling of stars?
Q128. What is induced when magnetic lines are cut by a conductor?
Q129. What is formed when deuterium fuses with Tortrum?
Q130. What is detected by X-rays?
Q131. "Willy Willy" is a term generally used to indicate............
Q132. Isohels are the cartographic lines connecting places with equal..........
Q133. Isobaths are contour lines on a map or graph showing .............
Q134. Which of the following states is land locked?
Q135. ASSERTION {A}: During the Neap Tides, the high tide is lower and the low tide is higher than usual. REASON {R} : The Neap Tide, unlike the Spring Tide, occurs on the New Moon instead of on the Full Moon.
Q136. Among the following soils, which one is found in heavy rainfall regions?
Q137. Which of the following phenomenon occur due to stars?
Q138. Isohalines are the contour lines of waterbodies or places with equal............
Q139. Why Russia has many local time differences
Q140. Lines joining places experiencing a thunderstorm at the same time are known as............
Q141. Who painted the ceilings of the Sistine Chapel in Vatican?
Q142. What is "Schengen" related to travel?
Q143. "Your place in the Sky" is the tagline of........
Q144. Who was the author of the famous classic "Kapala Kundala"?
Q145. How many humps does a Bactrian Camel have?
Q146. Wry Bill is a unique bird with a beak that curves sideways. Where is it found?
Q147. Of the following African nations which one is not land locked?
Q148. Who scored the world's first test century?
Q149. In which state is the Valley of Flowers National Park located?
Q150. What is the US President's country retreat called?
Q151. What is the national flower of Taiwan?
Q152. Where is the world's largest desalination plant?
Q153. Who is the author of the book the "Time Machine"?
Q154. Which of these is the name of a bird as well as a fruit?
Q155. Which Mexican General and President played an important part in the development of the chewing gum which later became popular as Chiclets?
Q156. Who invented the Black Box cockpit recorder?
Q157. Which famous diamond, now part of the Kremlin's Diamond Fund, is said to have been stolen from Sri Renganathaswamy temple of Srirangam, Tamilnadu?
Q158. How is the Burmese military called?
Q159. In which year was the Marylebone Cricket Club, England founded?
Q160. Which was the first Indian film to be nominated for an Oscar in the Best foreign film language category?
Q161. Which two ethnic groups were at internal war in 1994 in Rwanda?
Q162. Who killed US President Abraham Lincoln?
Q163. In the Bible, who interpreted the dreams of Pharaoh?
Q164. Who is considered as the father of geometry?
Q165. What is the national flower of Pakistan?
Q166. In astronomy the name of which Zodiacal constellation comes from the Latin word for "balance"?
Q167. Which of these cities is also known as "City of Canals"?
Q168. After which famous artist is Italy's largest airport named?
Q169. Who wrote"Vande Mataram"?
Q170. Komodo dragaons are found inhabiting only......
Q171. Which of these cities was previously known as Salisbury?
Q172. Which state of USA was once a part of Russia?
Q173. On which island is Victoria, the capital of Seychelles, located?
Q174. Which saint does legend credit with banishing snakes from Ireland?
Q175. In the question below is given four statements, followed by four conclusions numbeFF0000 (1), (2), (3) and (4). You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts. STATEMENTS: All monkeys are parrots. No parrot is crow. Some crows are horses. All horses are tigers. CONCLUSIONS: (1) Some tigers are parrots. (2) Some crows are monkeys. (3) No tiger is parrot. (4) Some horses are parrots.
Q176. Below in the question are given two statements A and B. These statements may be either independent causes or may be effects of independent causes or a common cause. One of these statements may be the effect of the other statement. Read both the statements and decide which of the following answer choice correctly depicts the relationship between these two STATEMENTS: (A) The government has decided to take strict action against the builder reponsible for construction of the bridge for having used low quality material thereby risking several lives. (B) The government has decided to build a vehicular bridge over the river connecting the suburban area to the city in order to FF0000uce the traffic load on the main road.
Q177. In the question below is given three statements followed by two conclusions numbeFF0000 (1) and (2). You have to take the three given statements to be true even if they seem to at variance from commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts. STATEMENTS: Some floppies are keyboards. All keyboards are speakers. All speakers are monitors. CONCLUSIONS: (1) Some monitors are floppies. (2) All keyboards are monitors.
Q178. Study the following information carefully and answer the given question. A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circle facing the centre. D is fourth to the right of H and second to the left of B. F is fourth to the right of B. C fourth to the right of E who is not an immediate neighbour of B or D. A is not an immediate neighbour of D. What is B's position with respect to G?
Q179. In the question below is given three statements followed by two conclusions numbeFF0000 (1) and (2). You have to take the three given statements to be true even if they seem to at variance from commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts. STATEMENTS: All islands are countries. All continents are islands. All planets are countries. CONCLUSIONS: (1) Some continents are not countries (2) No planet is a continent.
Q180. This sentence has been given in Direct/Indirect form. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in indirect/direct form: "e;He wrote in his report, "e;The rainfall has been scanty till now."e;
Q181. Read the sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error or idiomatic error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (5): (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any): A major computer security firm urged (1) / the social networking site to set up (2) / an early warning system after hundreds of users were (3) / hit by a new wave of virus attacks. (4) / No error. (5)
Q182. Fill the blanks with appopriate word/s from the given options: Irregular supply of electricity can .........in wastage of electricity.
Q183. China is more thickly populated than India. ---- choose the positive degree for the given statement.
Q184. Fill the blanks with appropriate words given: "e; To the .........of all the students the class monitor was ...........berated by the Principal at a school function."e;
Q185. Pick out the most effective word from the given words to fill in the blank to make the sentence meaningfully complete: The dumping of waste products is carefully done by the company in order to ......... any harm to the environment.
Q186. Replace the highlighted part of the sentence appropriately from the options given: This building is a prime example of 1960s architecture.
Q187. Fill the blanks with proper collective noun: "e;A ............of birds flew high on the sky"e;
Q188. In 2016, which country joined the International Monetary Fund?
Q189. In the report on World Skill Development Index released in 2016, where is India placed?
Q190. In 2016, which countries joined the World Trade Organization?
Q191. A ......store/s data in two dimensional tables
Q192. Which of the following statements is WRONG concerning file names?
Q193. "e;Compuserve"e; ...
Q194. A sequential design process, often used in software development processes, in which progress is seen as flowing steadily downwards.
Q195. BASIC language supports
Q196. Servers are computers that provide resources to other computers connected to a ...
Q197. What is an e-mail attachment?
Q198. Which of the following technique is used in high speed modem?
Q199. .......file format used for data compression and archiving
Q200. The difference between raw data and information is .....

 

 

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