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Q1. Mughal period paintings does not depict which of the following?
Q2. During which Mughal King's period painting was at its prime?
Q3. At which place the remains of the Vijayanagara empire can be found?
Q4. Among the following what was Guru Nanak's primary preaching?
Q5. Among the following what are the principles of the "Bhakti" movement of the 16th Century? (a)man's equality before God (b)pilgrimage (c)respect for mankind (d)meaningful rituals
Q6. Find out the chronologically recorded monuments from the following arrangement?
Q7. During the Sultanate period the accession of a king had traditionally happened by
Q8. Why did Md.Bin Thuglaq shift his capital back to Delhi from Deogiri?
Q9. Why did Md.Bin Thuglaq shift his capital from Delhi to Deogiri?
Q10. Which city was the capital of Haryanka King Bimbisara?
Q11. The famous literary historians Panini and Patanjali flourished during which dynastic rule?
Q12. Which of the following Gupta king was forced to surrender his queen Dhruva Devi when beseiged by a Saka King?
Q13. Which of the following towns is famous for archaeological material belonging to the period of Sangam literature?
Q14. What is the composition of hymns of Rig Veda?
Q15. South Indian temples are famous for massive gateways. What are they called?
Q16. With which subject 'Manusmriti' deals mainly?
Q17. Which of the following was defeated by Chandragupta Maurya?
Q18. At which place an image of a dancing girl was found?
Q19. In which language Buddhist literatures were written
Q20. Harappan seals were made of which of the following?
Q21. In which year, Polygamy and Early marriages have been banned in our country?
Q22. Guidelines regarding citizenship is enshirined in part of the constitution.
Q23. Which country often referred to as the "ethnological museum"?
Q24. Who introduced the regular census in 1881 in India?
Q25. Indian population covers approximately ..% of world population.
Q26. According to the 2011 census, the Indian population is..
Q27. The census conducted in 2011 is the ..census in India.
Q28. When did the first regular census began in India, which is continued thereafter regularly after 10 years?
Q29. When was the first census conducted in India?
Q30. "Demagogy" is a a form of government run by
Q31. Under which Article of the Constitutionl, "Untouchability" is termed as unconstitutional?
Q32. The endeavour of "Janani Suraksha Yojana" Programme is .(1) to promore institutional deliveries (2) to provide monetary assistance to the mother to meet the cost of delivery (3) to provide for wage loss due to pregnancy and confinement. Which of the statements given above is/are correct?
Q33. Who head the State Reorganization Commission?
Q34. When was the State Reorganization appointed?
Q35. The States Reorganisation Act 1956 came under which amendment of the constitution?
Q36. The word "Cabinet" has been only once in the Constitution. In which Article?
Q37. Under which Article of the Constitution, the voting age has been decreased to 18 years?
Q38. The Finance Commission is appointed once in years.
Q39. Who was the first Chairman of the Finance Commission?
Q40. The First Finance Commission was for the period of
Q41. SAPTA is a trade agreement signed in 1993 and came into force from 1985. It is related to countries of ......
Q42. Which of the following statements about International Monetary Fund is CORRECT?
Q43. Which of the rate is not determined of RBI?
Q44. "Traditional Economy" is also called as
Q45. ATMs are .......
Q46. A railway compartment has twelve cubicles of which half are third class and half first class. Third class cubicle seat 8 passengers, first class cubicles seat 6. How many passengers does the compartment seat altogether?
Q47. How many number plates of 3 digits can be formed with four digits 1,2,3 and 4?
Q48. How many words can be formed from the letters of the word SIGNATURE so that the vowels always come together?
Q49. How many three lettered words with or without meaning, can be formed out of the letters of the word DELHI, if repetititon of letters is not allowed?
Q50. In how many different ways can the letters of the word BANANA be arranged?
Q51. Honey consists of ................% water.
Q52. Pigeon Chest and bow-legs are the symptoms of which of the following diseases?
Q53. All living thins form the ..............
Q54. A diet with all the nutrients in required composition is known as..................
Q55. Sickle Cell anaemia affects ........................
Q56. Edward Jenner used ....................to prepare vaccine.
Q57. A} Cow pox reappeared in 1796. B} Edward Jenner invented vaccination for small pox.
Q58. Bilirubin is a pigment found in which of the following?
Q59. The earthworm is a ...................
Q60. In one cubic mm of blood approximately WBCs are present
Q61. The body of the pigeon is ...........shaped.
Q62. Which of the following are disc shaped cells? A)Erythrocytes B) Red Blood Corpuscles C) White Blood Corpuscles
Q63. One cubic mm of blood contains approximately ..........................RBCs.
Q64. Nitrogenous wastes like Urea and ammonia are excreted through the ...................
Q65. The outer region of the cerebrum is known as ............
Q66. ..................is at the posterior end of the brain.
Q67. The male reproductive system of human consists of ..........
Q68. There are no sensory cells in the ...........spot of the retina.
Q69. ................is the male reproductive gamete.
Q70. .............controls the heart beat and respiration.
Q71. Among the following which one is an example of electrolyte?
Q72. Purity of food substances are given with ......... Certification.
Q73. Which of the following is used for coating a substance flame proof?
Q74. Of the following which is a conductor?
Q75. Which of the following is used to put out an oil fire?
Q76. A liquid metal which is a good conductor is........
Q77. The reagent added to check the fungus affected pepper is.......
Q78. The dye which is mixed with pulses is.......
Q79. Which of these is generally used as an adulterant in ghee?
Q80. Anhydrous copper sulphate is in colour
Q81. By which of these processes temporary hardness of water can be removed?
Q82. The purest form of water is.
Q83. Pure water is a ....... conductor of electricity.
Q84. Water contains hydrogen and oxygen in the ratio ...... by weight.
Q85. Which of the following is generally added as an adulterant to Chilli Powder?
Q86. Of the following, which one is added to tea dust as an adulterant?
Q87. Adulteration of Edible oil with mineral oil generally affects the..
Q88. In which of the following Tamarind seed powder is used as a common adulterant?
Q89. Adulteration of Kesari Dhal with Toor Dhal generally affects the..
Q90. Bakelite is an example of......
Q91. Glucose is a good example of........
Q92. Trinitro toluene is a good example of.
Q93. Which one of the following metal present as a pollutant in air affects the brain?
Q94. Excessive fluoride ions present in drinking water normally causes.
Q95. Which of the following is the Carbon compound of Coal Tar that is used in dry cleaning works?
Q96. Of the following which one is the characteristic of an organic compound?
Q97. CFC are derived from which of the following?
Q98. What is the term for the reaction between an alcohol and an acid?
Q99. The source of carbon monoxide pollutant is........
Q100. What is Pyrolysis?
Q101. By which method poisonous gases can be removed........
Q102. The medium that gets affected by the pollutant is known as..
Q103. Which enzyme is used in the conversion of ethanol to vinegar?
Q104. From among the following which one is used as a fuel in spirit lamp?
Q105. Alcohols have high boiling point than ..........
Q106. 50% butane and 50% propane mixture is known as........
Q107. Urea is a good example for
Q108. Of the following elements which one is essential for the plants to fight diseases?
Q109. Of the following, which one is non biodegradable?
Q110. Soft soaps are the salts of .......metal containing fatty acids
Q111. To prevent the breeding of mosquitoes in rainy season
Q112. To prevent nuclear radiation, the reactor is usually surrounded by .......
Q113. To increase resistance, one should use combination of resistors in ...........
Q114. To minimize the power loss, the electric power should be transmitted at ...........
Q115. To increase both the resolving power and magnifying power of a telescope.
Q116. To increase both the resolving and magnifying power of a telescope .
Q117. To get better observation of fluorescence, Roentgen covered the discharge tube with ...........
Q118. To get an image larger than the object one can use
Q119. To get a real, inverted and diminished image between F and C, where should the object be placed?
Q120. To avoid heat by radiation the calorimeter is electroplated with
Q121. To get a pure spectrum, the incident beam of light
Q122. Time taken by the sunlight to pass through a window of thickness 6 mm whose refractive index 1. 5 is
Q123. Time taken by a freely falling body to reach the ground is 8 sec. What is the height from where it dropped?
Q124. Through which medium light propagates easily?
Q125. There are two wires of same material and length. The diameter of the first wire is double the diameter of the second. What is the resistance of the second wire?
Q126. There are three bulbs of 25, 40 and 60 W all operating at 220 V. Choose which one has the lowest resistance.
Q127. There are fundamentally ......... kinds of equilibrium
Q128. The working of an ink filler is an application of
Q129. The work function of a photo electric materials is 3.3 ev. The threshold frequency will be
Q130. The wind energy map gives information about the
Q131. The famous Tuscarora Deep is located ..........................
Q132. The radiant energy of the sun is due to
Q133. Arrange the ocean floor parts according to increasing distance from the coast.A)continental rise, continental shelf, continental slope, deep sea plainB)continental shelf, continental rise, deep sea plain, continental slopeC)Continental slope, continental shelf, continental rise, deep sea plain.D)Continental shelf, continental slope, continental rise, deep sea plain.
Q134. Dew is caused when......
Q135. The leeward side of a mountain which does not receive rain is known as the ................
Q136. Distance of stars is measured in ...
Q137. Rainfall caused due to the presence of mountains in the way of winds is known as .............
Q138. Soil formed by weathering of soil forming rocks is known as ............
Q139. Hail consists of ...........
Q140. What is a Continental Shelf?
Q141. At which place, world's first "Computarium", an interactive museum to make children computer literate is established at.....
Q142. The 2012 Olympic Games will be held at..........
Q143. Who is the first educated Indian to cross the seas and visit England representing the Mughal Emperor?
Q144. Who among the following was known as "Man of Destiny"?
Q145. Which of these states was the first to set up "Lok Adalats"?
Q146. Which of these places did not become an important centre of Shurawardy's activities?
Q147. Who is the first British Prime Minister to visit India?
Q148. The Indian Railway system was developed by theBritish in such a way to connect
Q149. Which country is the largest producer of Zinc?
Q150. According to the traditional literary texts, the number of "mahajanapadas" was .......
Q151. During the ancient and partly in the medieval period, the largest ships found around Indians coasts were that of..........
Q152. Which country's Parliament is known as "Diet"?
Q153. "Kyat" is the currency of which country?
Q154. "Papeti" is a festival of .......
Q155. The home land of "Beduins" is......
Q156. Yakshagana is a folk dance drama of which state?
Q157. What does "Syadvada" theory, an essential ingredient of Jainism state?
Q158. In production of which of these vaccines, India is not self sufficient?
Q159. The Kudankulam Nuclear Power Station, Tamilnadu, is being set up with the collaboration of which country?
Q160. Who wrote the book " Great Errors of Preachers, Scientists, Rulers and Politicians"?
Q161. Gautama Buddha is believed to have died .......
Q162. What was the nickname of the first cloned male mouse in USA?
Q163. "Arthashastra"by Kautilya has often been compared to.......
Q164. "Malavikagnimitra" is a book on.....
Q165. "Bhakti" is.....
Q166. Which of the following wild life projects and the states is not correctly matched?
Q167. Which of the following gods would not be associated with the Vedic period?
Q168. By which of the following tests the semen mark on the dress of Monica Lewinsky was adduced as an evidence against President Clinton?
Q169. The institution that has filed more patents than all the individual patents put together in India is......
Q170. Szent Gyorgi received Nobel Prize for isolating Vit. C from which of the following?
Q171. Sir Wilson Jones is known for translating a few indian epics in English. Which of the following was not his work?
Q172. The agency that does not fund local bodies for infrastructural development is............
Q173. Leading producers of Asbestos in the world is....
Q174. The wild life sanctuaries namely Madei and Natravali are located in.....
Q175. STATEMENT: A very large number of people stood in the queue for buying tickets for the one day international cricket match scheduled to be played in the city on the next day. ASSUMPTIONS: (1) No other one day international cricket match may be played in the city for the next six months. (2) Majority of those who stood in the queue may be able to get ticket for the one day international cricket match.
Q176. 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. What is the position of Q with respect to L?
Q177. 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: Some Carrots are brinjals. Some brinjals are apples. All apples are bananas. CONCLUSIONS: (1) Some apples are carrots. (2) Some bananas are brinjals. (3) Some bananas are carrots.
Q178. Following question is based on the five three digit numbers given here: 519 328 746 495 837. If '1' is subtracted from the third digit of each number and '1' is added to the first digit of each number, which of the following will be the sum of the second and third digits of the second lowest number?
Q179. If in each number the third digit becomes the first digit, the first digit becomes the second digit and the second digit becomes the third digit, which of the following will be the first digit of the second highest number?
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) : The award ceremony ended (1) / on a note of good cheer (2) / with audiences responding warmly (3) / to its line up of films. (4) / No error. (5).
Q181. Form an appropriate question for the statement: The shop will be closed until next month
Q182. Rearrange the following six sentences (A), (B), {C), (D), (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and answer the question that follows: (A) It is therefore a contributing factor to the growth of landfills and waterway pollution, both of which are costly and energy-intensive to solve. (B) Making an effort to use those resources and avoid polystyrene ones can help to decrease your environmental impact. (C) Non-biodegradable essentially means that any polystyrene that makes its way into a landfill will stay there indefinitely, never breaking down and returning to earth. (D) Polystyrene, as a product, is very convenient to use, but it has some important effects we should consider when making choices as consumers. (E) While recycling polystyrene material can cushion the environmental blow of its use, alternatives are available that are created from renewable resources and biodegrade more readily. (F) For example, while polystyrene has some excellent uses and is technically recyclable, it is not a substance that biodegrades. Which of the following should be the FIFTH sentence after rearrangement?
Q183. Find the grammatical/idiomatic error: "e;It comes (1) at a time (2) when fund allocation (3) is been doubled (4)"e;
Q184. The feminine gender of COLT is
Q185. Fill the blanks with appropriate words of options given: "e; The icegrians in slush are so loosely bonded as they are ......... and can cause an ............ even in gentle slopes.
Q186. In the following question, out of the four options, choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentence: "e;An inscription on a tomb"e;
Q187. 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): Celebrating its ten long years (1) / in the industry, a private entertainment channel (2) / announce a series of (3) / programmes at a press conference. (4) / No error. (5).
Q188. Iron Chanu Sharmila is a public social service activist, who recently ended her 16 years of fasting (against AFSPA). To which state she belongs?
Q189. In 2016, by introducing the "Sagar Mala", the Central Government proposes to establish .number of new ports in India.
Q190. In the 2016 Rio Olympics, Michael Phelps created an unbeatable record of winning the maximum number of individual medals in all the olympics held so far? What is it?
Q191. Consider the following facts about PARAM super computer developed by C-DAC and find the correct one: (1) It is India's most power efficient system (2) It is 9th most power efficient system in Asia Pacific. (3)It is 44th more power efficient system in the world.
Q192. A source programe is ......
Q193. Which ports connect special types of music instruments to sound cards?
Q194. To allow some one else schedule your meetings and appointments, .......feature of Outlook is used
Q195. XOR is a/an ......operator.
Q196. Which type of commerce is characterised by low volume and high value transactions in Banking?
Q197. ......command is used to select the column width of the table.
Q198. To change selected text to all capital letters, click the change case button, then click....
Q199. Which of the following is specifically designed as special purpose computer?
Q200. Pick the incorrect statement from among the following:

 

 

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