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Test No :14

Q1. Which monument at Delhi is considered as the precursor of the Taj Mahal?
Q2. Whose work was "Bijak"?
Q3. Ramanuja was known to preach.........
Q4. What is not true about Amir Khusro?
Q5. Which of the following Indian features was greatly influenced by Mughal architecture?
Q6. Among the following who was one of the leaders of the 'Bhakti' movement during 16th Century?
Q7. As per his wish, Babur was buried at...................
Q8. Which of the following cities was not founded by Firoz Shah?
Q9. Which of the following pairs is wrongly matched? (a) Suhrawadi--Sind; (b) Auliya--Madhya Pradesh; (c) Firdausi--Bihar; (d) Chishthi--Delhi & Doab
Q10. Which of the following causes did not contribute to the major enhancement of revenues during the period of Firoz Shah Tughlaq?
Q11. Who was the first Sultan of Delhi to initiate the introduction of Indian Muslims into the administration?
Q12. In which mughal ruler's court European paintings was introduced?
Q13. Who was the ruler of India when the East India Company was set up?
Q14. The fight for power between the Sultan and the Group of Forty Nobles took place after the demise of ......
Q15. Which of the following did not feature in the elegant architecture of the Lodhis?
Q16. During the Tughlaq's period, the Sultanate architecture underwent a change. Which of the following did not contribute to the change?
Q17. Put the following events in the ascending chronological order..... (a) I Battle of Panipat (b) II Battle of Tarain (c)Capital shifted to Deogiri from Delhi (d) Invasion of Ahmad Shah Abdali
Q18. Balban introduced total prohibition (drinking) because....... (a) he disliked drinking; (b) he was interested in the public welfare; (c) he was interested in restoring the prestige and power of the crown; (d) he understood the wastage of money
Q19. Which of the following muslim ruler introduced the 'standing army'?
Q20. Iltumish followed neutrality when Mangabarni approached him for help against the Mongols because.....
Q21. Who was the first Agriculture Minister of India (after independence)?
Q22. In which year was the the "Indian Green Revolution" launched?
Q23. Agricultural sector contributes nearly .% to the national GDP?
Q24. Approximately how much of the Indian labour force is employed in the agricultural sector?
Q25. What is the UN Sponsored Maritime University?
Q26. International Maritime Organization is headquartered at
Q27. Which PM of India is responsible for the "Golden Quadrilateral" highway projects around the country?
Q28. Who was instrumental in zonalising all the company railways in India?
Q29. Who among the following, as Railway Minister, owned moral responsibility for the accidents and resigned in 1956?
Q30. Who was the first regular Railway Minister of India?
Q31. Who was the first Railway Minister in the provisional government?
Q32. Does the courts have the powers to amend an Act?
Q33. The first Indian origin women to become a judge in South Africa is..
Q34. Which was the first country to have a written constitution?
Q35. Cognizable Offence entails.
Q36. Chairman of the Rajya Sabha has..
Q37. Expand FIR often talked about in police stations?
Q38. Legal Education in India is controlled by
Q39. Under which Article of the Constitution, the "Consolidated Fund of India" established?
Q40. Ilbert bill of 1883 was for
Q41. Expand FII in relation to Economics.
Q42. The ex-officio chairman of the Planning Commission is .....................
Q43. The Chairman of the 13th Finance Commission ?
Q44. .....................Bank was awarded by the RBI as the "Best Retail Bank - Global".
Q45. The major source of income for the Government revenues is from the .........
Q46. If an electricity bill is paid before due date, one gets a reduction of 4% on the amount of the bill. By paying the bill before the due date, a person got a reduction of Rs.13. What is the actual bill amount?
Q47. In a den there are some rats and birds. Together they have 35 heads and 98 feet. How many rats are there?
Q48. Profit after selling an article for Rs.736 is the same as loss after selling the article for Rs.638. What is the cost price of the article?
Q49. A,B,and C together can complete a piece of work in 30 minutes. A and B together can complete the same work in 50 minutes. C alone can complete the work in .........minutes
Q50. The total expenditure of a family is Rs.1080 and they are spending Rs.450, for food. Then to draw a pie diagram the degree value is .......
Q51. the spherical shape to the eyeball.
Q52. Within ................weeks of fertilization the embryo develops the circulatory system.
Q53. responsible for the development and maintenance of secondary female sex organs and characters.
Q54. ...................are responsible for the metabolic activities of the body.
Q55. essential to regulate the body temperature.
Q56. How many types of carbohydrates are there?
Q57. The main symptoms of "Kwashiorkor" disease is/ are: {A} Swelling in the face {B} Bloating of Stomach {c} Protrusion of ribs and {4} Causes Pigeon Chest.
Q58. Which of the following diseases softens the bones?
Q59. By including which of the following food items, the Vitamin D deficiency CAN NOT be prevented?
Q60. The plants trap during photosynthesis.
Q61. ..................helps in dispersal of seeds.
Q62. ..........................helps in the control of malaria by eating the mosquitoes and their larvae.
Q63. Infectitious diseases are caused by the invasion of micro-organisms like
Q64. Hereditary diseases are caused by.................
Q65. Which of the following causes Chicken Pox?
Q66. Which of the following diseases affects the brain and the spinal chord?
Q67. Vaccination was performed for the first time in the year...........................
Q68. Diseases like Small Pox, Poliomyelitis, Mumps, Measles and Jaundice are caused by ................
Q69. Normal Blood Pressure level of a healthy heart of a person should be ................
Q70. Animals that eat the flesh of dead animals are known as ..................
Q71. What is the percentage of free nitrogen present in the atmospheric air?
Q72. Nitrogen is the major constituent in which of the following?
Q73. Nitrous oxide mixed with 10% oxygen is commonly used as a/an.
Q74. Liquid Nitrogen is used in the field of ....
Q75. 78% of atmospheric air contains..
Q76. Of the following elements which one is the major constituent of proteins?
Q77. Petrol is ..
Q78. The burning of phosphorous is an example of what type of combustion?
Q79. What is the term for the lowest temperature at which a material catches fire?
Q80. Carbon dioxide is a .....
Q81. Of the following fuels, which one has the highest calorific value?
Q82. Of the following which one is a combustible material?
Q83. Of the following, which one is not a combustible material?
Q84. What is/are the condition/s required for combustion?
Q85. What is the carbon containing product formed in photosynthesis?
Q86. In the combined state, Carbon occurs as.......
Q87. Silicon Carbide is also known as.........
Q88. Of the following which one is used in gas masks?
Q89. Of the following which one is known as "Black lead"?
Q90. What is the major component of Gober/Bio gas?
Q91. Hydrogen-oxygen fuel cell is commonly used in which of the following?
Q92. In a battery changes to
Q93. Photosynthesis is an example of .......reaction
Q94. Of the following elecments which one shows variable valency?
Q95. The compounds with the same molecular formula but possessing different structural formulae are known as .....
Q96. Which of the following is used for electroplating bicycle parts?
Q97. Of the following which one is a life supporting gas?
Q98. The gas obtained during the electrolysis of molten sodium chloride is.
Q99. The combustion reaction if an example of......
Q100. Oxygen is prepared in the laboratory by heating which of the following?
Q101. Hydrogen gas is .......
Q102. What is the term for the process of adding hydrogen to a compound?
Q103. What are the yields from the reaction of Zinc and dilute sulphuric acid?
Q104. Of the following which one occurs in the Sun and other Stars?
Q105. Which of the following inert gas is used in airships?
Q106. The radioactive inert gas is........
Q107. Which of the following is essential for respiration and combustion?
Q108. Of the following which one is ideal to be used as a cooling medium?
Q109. Which of the following when used as fuel does not cause air pollution?
Q110. If the petrol is free from ......, it will minimize air pollution
Q111. What are the rays released during the explosion of atom bomb?
Q112. What are the quantities remaining constant in a collision?
Q113. What are the particles emitted in natural radio action?
Q114. What are the objects found between orbits of Mars and Jupiter?
Q115. What are the invisible radiations emitted by uranium .........
Q116. What are the factors angle of deviation depend upon?
Q117. What are the factors affecting surface tension?
Q118. What are asteroids?
Q119. What are the best absorbers of thermal radiation?
Q120. What are a - particles?
Q121. Watt-hour is equal to ............ J?
Q122. Velocity of sound in air is ?
Q123. Watt governor makes use of the
Q124. Variation in the amount of starlight entering the eye causes the ........... effect of stars.
Q125. Vaporization point and ......... have the same numerical value.
Q126. Uniform linear motion is ......... motion.
Q127. Uniform circular motion is ................ Motion.
Q128. Tyndall effect is due to
Q129. Ultraviolet region was detected by whom?
Q130. Two wires of resistance 10W and 20W are connected in series with a battery. The rate at which heat is produced by 10W is 40 J/s. The rate at which heat is produced by 20 W is ..... J/s
Q131. How the grass lands of South America called?
Q132. Convergence of the Western and Eastern Ghats take place at ........
Q133. Plateaus located between plains and mountains are known as ..................
Q134. How the local hot winds in the USA and Canada, which move down the west slopes of the Rockies are called?
Q135. Humidity of the air ....
Q136. Plains formed in limestone regions are known as ..........
Q137. Plains formed due to the filling up of lakes are known as ......
Q138. How do we call the theory suggesting that South America and Africa continents were once joined to gether is.............
Q139. Himalayan rivers are perennial because ...
Q140. The crustal layer of the earth is also known as .............
Q141. How many times has an organisation been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize between 1901 to 2010?
Q142. The Portable throne on which Popes were carried until 1978 was called......
Q143. Which leader's autobiography is named "A Long Walk to Freedom"
Q144. The word "cereal" is derived from the name of which Roman Goddess?
Q145. The flag flown by pirates stop their ships is called .......
Q146. Who is the first Pakistani to win a Nobel Prize?
Q147. Who among the following is the youngest Nobel Laureate?
Q148. What was the name of Alexander the Great's favourite hourse?
Q149. Between the years 1585 and 1592, there is little information about Shakespeare. This period is known as.....?
Q150. from which language the word "halwa" has been derived?
Q151. Lahore is the capital of which province of Pakistan?
Q152. Which Sikh Guru began the construction of the Golden Temple in Amritsar?
Q153. What is the monthly salary of President of India (2012)?
Q154. What was the first adhesive postage stamp in Asia known as.....
Q155. Who is the author of the book "The Man Who Divided India"?
Q156. What was the name for the mascot of the 2011 Cricket World Cup?
Q157. The social networking site 'facebook' opened its office in India at.....
Q158. What do the five rings on the olympic flag represent?
Q159. Who, along with Emile Durkhelm and Max Weber is considered one of the principal architects of modern social science?
Q160. Where was the first Indian Institute of Management established?
Q161. In Hindu mythology, who reduced the 60000 sons of King Sagara to ashes?
Q162. Which Indian cricketer was the son of a groundsman at P J Hindu Gymkhana in Mumbai?
Q163. What was the original name of Sevagram, a village in Maharashtra, was named thus by Gandhiji?
Q164. Which king was the founder of the city of Jaunpur?
Q165. In which Indian State would you find the largest Church in Asia?
Q166. In which sport did Farookh Tarapore and Pushpendra Garg represent India in the Asian Games?
Q167. Rajkamal Kalamandir was a studio started by.....
Q168. Who played the role of Hanuman in Ramanand Sagar's television serial Ramayana?
Q169. Who is the founder of the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan?
Q170. Michael Faraday worked as a laboratory assistant to which of the following?
Q171. Who was the first Indian to reach the men's semi finals of the Wimbledon?
Q172. What was the first commemorative postmark in Independent India?
Q173. Albert Einstein was proficient in playing which musical instrument?
Q174. Who gave the name "Koh-i-Noor" to the famous diamond?
Q175. Read the following information/statement carefully and answer the QUESTION: Which of the following expressions will be true if the given expression 'K > G > H < F' is definitely true?
Q176. Study the following arrangement of alphabets and answer the question given: D U B C A B E D C A B U D C B A E D B C A D E B A U C D A E B ..How many such vowels are there in the above arrangement each of which is immediately preceded by a consonant and also immediately followed by a vowel?
Q177. Study the following information carefully and answer the given QUESTION: L, P, Q, R, S and T are sitting in a straight line facing North. {a} Q sits fourth to the left of T and Q does not sit at an extreme end of the line. {b} R is not an immediate neighbour of Q. {c} Only one person sits between R and T. {d} Neither S nor L sits at the extreme end of the line. {e} L is not an immediate neighbour of Q. If all the persons are made to sit in alphabetical order from left to right, the positions of how many will remain unchanged as compaFF0000 to the original seating positions?
Q178. In the question below is given three statements followed by three conclusions numbeFF0000 (1),(2) and (3). 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 pictures are bands. Some bands are chairs. Some chairs are tables. CONCLUSIONS: (1) Some tables are bands. (2) Some chairs are pictures (3) Some tables are pictures.
Q179. M is older than R. Q is younger than R and N. N is not as old as M. Who among M, N, R and Q is the oldest?
Q180. 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): Coaches have the advantage of (1) / draw on their, personal experiences (2) / and providing their players (3) / with unique inputs. (4) / No error. (5).
Q181. Given below are six statements of which the first and the last .. (1) and (6) remains constant. The remaining four are given as (P), (Q),{R} and (S), which are not in the proper order. Arrange them in proper order and find out which order of sentences is correct: (1) Sometimes you can figure out (P) of the rest of the sentence (Q) or from the meaning (R) its place in the story or in the sentence (S) an unfamiliar word from its context (6) even though you may never have seen the word before.
Q182. Fill the blanks with appropriate words given: "e;The ........ of ......... was on the side of the plaintiff."e;
Q183. In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive Voice. Out of the options suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active Voice: "e;Many a person has been saved from the man-eaters by these hunters"e;
Q184. Replace the highlighted part of the sentence appropriately from the options given: You must atone about your sins before you expect any pardon.
Q185. Fill the blanks with appopriate word/s from the given options: All civilised nations now believe in ......treatment of prisoners.
Q186. 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). On the time (1) / of the opening ceremony (2) / a large crowd had assembled, (3) / No error. (4).
Q187. What do you call "e;Wordsworth"e; in "e;William Wordsworth"e;?
Q188. In June 2016, Shanghai Cooperation Organization conference was held at Tashkhent, Uzbekistan when two countries joined this group. Which are the two countries?
Q189. In May 2016, the G7 Summit was held in ..............
Q190. Which Committee was appointed to study and report on various aspects of procedures for online trading -- e-commerce?
Q191. To view information on the Web one must have .....
Q192. Point to Point Protocol (PPP) is used for ...
Q193. The SYSTEM table space
Q194. Under which case will 'intranet' be an effective networking tool?
Q195. To access properties of an object, the mouse technique to use is
Q196. The statement 63 MOD 3 returns a value
Q197. The following are all computing devices, except ......
Q198. Which part of the hardware is used to compensate the difference between the speed of CPU and peripheral?
Q199. The scrambling of code is known as
Q200. When data changes in multiple lists and all lists are not updated, this causes....



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