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Q1. What does the Islamic term 'Iqta' mean?
Q2. Alaluddin Khilji's two principal monuments were Jama'at Khana Masjid and Alai Darwaza. Where were they constructed?
Q3. Which dynasty was ruling Delhi when Timur invaded India in the late 14th century?
Q4. Which of the following Italian travellers made a praise worthy account of the Vijayanagar Empire?
Q5. Who was the Rana of Mewar when Akbar beseiged the Chittor Fort in 1567?
Q6. Who was the first to use 'artillery' during warfare in the medieval period in India?
Q7. What formed the eastern limit of the Sultanate in 1335?
Q8. Under whose reign, the southern kingdoms were annexed to the Delhi Sultanate?
Q9. Who was appointed as the first Governor of Devagiri after its annexation by the Sultanate?
Q10. As Sultan of Delhi, what was Alauddin Khilji's first conquer? (a) Malabar (b) Malwa (c) Gujarat (d) Devagiri
Q11. Amir Khusro well known for his writings and in them he covered about five sultans. Which among the following was not covered by his writings?
Q12. "Hanoz Delhi Door Ast". Whose quote is this?
Q13. Ashok's pillar was brought to Delhi by which of the following?
Q14. Who among the following contemporaries of Alauddin, criticised him for his disregard of religion?
Q15. Among the following slave dynasty kings, who was an expert calligraphist?
Q16. Kabir worshipped which of the following Gods?
Q17. Who constructed " Di-Din-Ka Jhopra" at Ajmer?
Q18. Point out the contemporary of Krishna Deva Raya.....
Q19. Who was the first Indian king to face Mahmud Ghazni's invasions?
Q20. Which of the following feature did not find place in the various Islamic structures in India?
Q21. When from the Pin Code system has been introduced?
Q22. For the purpose of postal pin code, India has been divided into how many zones?
Q23. Where is the world's highest (altitude) post office in the world?
Q24. Which country was the first to introduce "post boxes"?
Q25. APO - what relation it has to the postal services?
Q26. How many postal circles are there for the purpose of administration?
Q27. When was the first postage stamp issued in Independent India?
Q28. Which country was the first to introduce 'post card'?
Q29. When was post card introduced in India?
Q30. Who was responsible for the development of postal services in India?
Q31. Who is credited with the development of postage stamps in India and UK as well?
Q32. When was the postal services departmentalised?
Q33. When did the postal service start in India?
Q34. Where was the first post office set up in India?
Q35. Causing of death of another person in the process of self defence is not chargeable for murder under Sec.of IPC.
Q36. Under which section of the IPC a person is chargeable for offering gratification to induce voting in elections?
Q37. Under which Section of the Representation of the People Act, 1951, accepting money for voting is a corrupt practice and chargeable?
Q38. Under which section of the IPC a death is taken up for investigtion under "death under mysterious circumstances" by the Police?
Q39. Which is the recruitment agency for Agricultural scientists?
Q40. Who was the first Agriculture Minister of India after the first general elections in 1951?
Q41. ...................is not considered as an economic activity in Economics.
Q42. The committee to submit its report on " Insurance Sector Reforms " is ......
Q43. "Home Loans" are granted only to..............
Q44. Which of the following have/has not been included in wealth of a nation?
Q45. The industry which employs the maximum number of workers in India is...............
Q46. A number of two digits get reversed if 18 is subtracted from it. If the sum of its digits is 12, then the number is.....................
Q47. By how much is two fifth of 200 greater than three fiffth of 125?(SBI 2008)
Q48. The difference between a two digit number and number obtained by interchanging the positions of its digits is 36. What is the difference between the two digits of that number? (SBI 2008)
Q49. A train goes at a speed of 54 Kmph. It takes 15 seconds to cross a bridge of 150 m length. The length of the trains is.......
Q50. Fifteen teams are participating in a cricket tournament. If every team plays exactly one match with every other team, then find the total number of matches played in the tournament?
Q51. Colour blindness is ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Q52. An example for invertebrate is/are..................
Q53. Bodyfluid of insects is called ................
Q54. The enzyme which keeps the mouth clean from the bacterial action is...................
Q55. Clotting of blood within a blood vessel is clinically called...............
Q56. A diet with all the nutrients is known as ..................
Q57. Earthworms live in ..............in moist soil.
Q58. Which of the following does not have regular shapes?
Q59. The heart is covered by a double walled .................membrane.
Q60. Blood is a .................tissue.
Q61. Which of the following systems carry the digested nutrients, oxygen etc., to the tissues.
Q62. ..............system helps in discharging the waste materials from the body.
Q63. Kidneys are ..............shaped.
Q64. Which of the following is/are the functions of the Kidney?
Q65. Which of these controls the voluntary muscles of the body.
Q66. There are ...............pairs of cranial nerves in the body.
Q67. The nerves which carry the message from the brain to the sensory organs are known as ..................
Q68. The ability of living organisms to produce organisms of their own specie or kind is known as ............
Q69. The nerves that carry the impulses from the sense organs to the spinal cord are known as ......nerves.
Q70. How many layers are there in the eye ball?
Q71. From among the following which one is considered as the first member of alkane family?
Q72. What are the elements present in alkane?
Q73. Pick the alicyclic compound from the following.
Q74. Who proposed the "Vital Force Theory"?
Q75. From the following mark an example of an aromatic hydrocarbon?
Q76. What is formed when ethers are exposed to air?
Q77. Which was the first organic compound to be prepared in the laboratory?
Q78. From the following mark an example for heterocyclic compound?
Q79. From the following mark an example for aliphatic compound?
Q80. In which of the following, the colloidal solution of silver protected by gelatin is used?
Q81. What is the term for the property of scattering of light by colloidal particles?
Q82. What is the cause/nature of the bleaching action of moist chlorine?
Q83. Of the following which one was used as a poisonous gas during the First World War?
Q84. From the following gases which one is used in advertisement signboards?
Q85. The group which contains the noble gas elements in the periodic table is..
Q86. The other term for Noble gas is.......
Q87. Which inert gas is used for producing a very low temperature?
Q88. From the following which one is chemically inert element?
Q89. Of the following inert gases which one is used in airport landing fields and in beacon lights?
Q90. Methane gas is an example of......
Q91. From the following mark an example of high melting solid
Q92. Refractories are .......materials with high melting point
Q93. Of the following which one exhibit ionic bond?
Q94. The mathematical expression PV=nRT relates to.......
Q95. The pressure of gas measured by
Q96. What happens to the volume of a gas when the pressure is increased at constant temperature?
Q97. What is the value of 1 atmosphere?
Q98. What is the first element in the periodic table?
Q99. From the following mark an example of alkali metal?
Q100. From the following mark an example of inert gas?
Q101. What is the fundamental property of an element?
Q102. Of the following rare gases, which one is not present in the atmosphere?
Q103. How many periods are there in the long form of periodic table?
Q104. The number of protons in the nucleus is expressed by .......
Q105. Of the following, which one is an example of a liquid conductor?
Q106. Of the following which one is a bad conductor of electricity?
Q107. Of the following which one is a good conductor of electricity?
Q108. Of the following which one is an insulator?
Q109. Ammonium Salts gives a brown precipitate with which of the following reagents?
Q110. To detect the presence of which of the following, Brown Ring Test is used?
Q111. What happens in an uncontrolled chain reaction?
Q112. What happened when ebonite rod is rubbed with fur?
Q113. What form of energy is stored in a battery?
Q114. What happened to the surface tension of a liquid when temperature increases?
Q115. What does the water gas consist?
Q116. What does the term inexhaustible natural resources mean?
Q117. What does the slope of velocity - time graph represent?
Q118. What does the natural gas mainly consists of?
Q119. What does the ohms law deal?
Q120. What does the hair spring in a moving coil galvanometer provide?
Q121. What do we use to see the fractures and deformalities in bones?
Q122. What does show large scattering of a particles in gold foil experiment?
Q123. What discovery did the a-scattering experiment lead to?
Q124. What colour is obtained when a primary and a secondary colour are mixed together?
Q125. What colour does a blue filter transmit?
Q126. What are X-rays?
Q127. What are the worst emitters of thermal radiation
Q128. What are X-rays?
Q129. What are the two types of inter atomic forces exist in the liquids?
Q130. What are the sources of IR light?
Q131. Which of the pedogenic regimes is associated with hot, dry climates?
Q132. Bermuda Triangle (sometimes called the Devil's Triangle) lies in which of the following oceans?
Q133. Earthquakes are caused due to
Q134. The layers in soil are referred as ............
Q135. ..............is an organic rock.
Q136. Rocks formed deep inside the earth by the solidification of the lava is known as ................rocks.
Q137. There are two places P and Q. The longitudes of P and Q are 45 degreeE and 60 degreeW respectively. What will be the difference in their local times?
Q138. Metamorphic rocks originate from...........rocks.
Q139. Among the following Indian states which one receives the maximum rainfall?
Q140. The Red Sea is an example of a ..........structure.
Q141. What is the floral emblem of Australia?
Q142. Who invented dynamite?
Q143. Which is the most populous city in India?
Q144. Where was the famous painter Leonardo da vinci born ?
Q145. "Dawn" is the most famous newspaper of Pakistan. Who founded the same?
Q146. Which Indian flutist was trained as a wrestler before he was initiated into classical music?
Q147. Who is known as "Israel's father of Nation"
Q148. Who is the first Indiana to receive the Magsaysay prize for Public Service?
Q149. Which Indian Cricketer was nicknamed "Colonel"?
Q150. Which Dutch company launched the compact casette in 1964?
Q151. Which Dutch artist born in 1606, was considered the master of portraits?
Q152. Which famous athlete played himself in the Walt Disney production "Endurance"
Q153. In which newspaper in 1913 did the first crossword puzzles, with 32 clues appear?
Q154. Antonio Stradivari of Italy is the inventor of .....
Q155. Which country pioneered the first modern in-service assault rifle?
Q156. Who was the first woman to swim across the English Channel?
Q157. Who is regarded as the inventor of the first safety razor?
Q158. Kevlar, a type of synthetic fibre, was developed by which company?
Q159. Which romantic poet was expelled from Oxford University for publishing a pamphlet defending atheism?
Q160. Which god in Roman mythology has two faces ?
Q161. Who was the first person to be awarded the Bharat Ratna award posthumously?
Q162. What was the name of the dog that a Russian spacecraft carried into space?
Q163. Who coined the terms "doublethink" and "newspeak"?
Q164. Which city, formerly a capital, is also known as "sunlit city" to its residents?
Q165. What does "curriculum Vitae" (Latin term) mean?
Q166. What is the Jewish New Year called?
Q167. "Dendrolatory" is the worship of......
Q168. Who founded the Methodism in the 1720s?
Q169. Who was the first cricket player to be "man of the match" in the world cup semi finals and finals?
Q170. Who was the first Indian to join the Indian Civil Services?
Q171. Which England player, later found not guilty, was put in prison in 1877 for wagering money on a match and missed the first test in cricket history?
Q172. Which Indian batsman has hit two double centuries in consecutive test matches?
Q173. Bhupen Hazarika the famous singer sang his first film song at the age of 12. Which film?
Q174. How many tales are there in "Canterbury Tales"?
Q175. If the letters of the word ANTICIPATORY are written in reverse order which letter will be second to the right of seventh from the right?
Q176. What should come next in the following letter series: a b c d e f b c d e g e d e h ?
Q177. Three of the following four are alike in a certain way and hence form a group. Which one does not belong to the group?
Q178. 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 typhoons are cyclones. All winds are typhoons. All clouds are winds. CONCLUSIONS: (1) All typhoons are clouds (2) All clouds are cyclones.
Q179. STATEMENT: Many people fell ill after consuming meal at a wedding reception and were rushed to the nearby government and private hospitals. ASSUMPTIONS: (1) The relatives of the affected people may refuse to take them to the Government hospitals. (2) The nearby hospitals may be able to attend to all the affected people.
Q180. Replace the highlighted part of the sentence appropriately from the options given: Gangs of miscreants went at the rampage in the city yesterday.
Q181. Choose the word opposite in meaning to the word: STEADFAST
Q182. 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 (4). Americans are accustomed to (1) / drinking coffee (2) / with their meals.(3) / No error. (4).
Q183. Fill the blanks with appropriate words given: "e; There are .......parked outside the stadium ............. yesterday."e;
Q184. 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;Doshi said to his wife, "e;Please select one of these necklaces."e;
Q185. Fill the blanks: The child is ............ . But a man is ................ .
Q186. Choose the word opposite in meaning to the word: DILIGENT
Q187. Give the abstract noun for KNOW
Q188. Where was the UNESCO Conference held in 2016?
Q189. Which place of India was included in the World Heritage Biosphere list recently in 2016?
Q190. The 30th India - European Union Summit was held in .........in March 2016.
Q191. Visual Basic follows ....
Q192. Which of the following is the widely used online information services?
Q193. The various recordsets are ....
Q194. .........of the following is NOT related to Internet.
Q195. State the correct DELETE statement?
Q196. Which of the following is the largest unit of storage?
Q197. What is the date function of SQL?
Q198. When we run a program in HTML coding, ...is used as back end and ......works as front end.
Q199. Pick the correct DBMS software
Q200. ......connects millions of people all over the world.

 

 

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