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Q1. Indus Valley people spoke which of the following languages?
Q2. Aryan Civilisation is also known as ........
Q3. Indus Valley people had not known the use of ...........
Q4. Third Battle of Panipat was fought between
Q5. Who defeated Afzal Khan of Adil Shahi Dynasty of Bijapur in 1659?
Q6. The Gandhian programme of four stage non-cooperation was approved at the Calcutta Special Congress in September 1920 by the decisive support of ..........
Q7. Pick the wrong one from the following:
Q8. Pick the wrone one from the following
Q9. Which of the following factors did NOT directly contribute towards the grant of Independence during 1945-47?
Q10. The Lucknow Session of INC of 1916 is noted for............
Q11. Mahatma Gandhi undertook fast unto death in 1932 mainly because
Q12. For which movement was there support both from Hindus and Muslims?
Q13. Which of the following classes participated the least in the Indian National Movement?
Q14. To counteract unfavourable articles on India in the British Press and to supply authentic information, a journal was started in 1890. Name it?
Q15. He was the most passionate exponent of the extremists' point of view and the programme spelled out by him anticipated the one adopted by Gandhi some years later. Whom are we talking about?
Q16. In Central India the 1857 revolt was led by ....................
Q17. Which of the following is NOT true about India Councils Act of 1909?
Q18. The Mughal Emperor to give permission to the British to start trading in India was
Q19. ....................was instrumental in abolishing 'sati' in India.
Q20. "Doctrine of Lapse" was the policy of British for annexing princely regions with no apparent heir devised by
Q21. When was the Mahatma Gandhi series of currency issued in India?
Q22. What was the first currency to be issued by Independent India?
Q23. In which year the currency of 10000 demonetized?
Q24. Which Bank was the first to issue paper currency in India?
Q25. What was the first currency to be issued by the Reserve Bank of India?
Q26. When from the new currency symbol of Rupee came to be used?
Q27. How many other countries have "Rupee" or other similar term currency?
Q28. When was paper currency introduced in India?
Q29. "Rupee" is a word derived from
Q30. Whenfrom the decimal coinage system was introduced in India?
Q31. Who introduced the "Rupee" system of currency to our country?
Q32. Who was the Chief Planner of the first two five year plans?
Q33. Which five year plan had the objective of "Garibi Hatao" ?
Q34. Which five year plan of planning commission defined the "Poverty Line"?
Q35. What was the Plan Holiday Periods in our various planning periods?
Q36. What was the First Five Year Plan period?
Q37. Who is the ex-officio (automatic by virtue of post held) chairman of the Planning Commission?
Q38. When was the Planning Commission set up?
Q39. Which country's concept of planning is adopted in our planning system?
Q40. Where was the first Indian Military Academy Started in united India (undivided India)?
Q41. Which state has a lower literacy rate than country's literacy rate according to 2001 census?
Q42. Which of the following is NOT a part of the Ministry of Finance?
Q43. Who among the following was the first to make a scientific attempt to calculate National Income of India?
Q44. Rashtriya Vikas Parishad means .....
Q45. ............functions solely to monitor and arrange flow of agriculture credit in India.
Q46. Veeru ordered 4 pairs of white socks and some additional pairs of blue socks. The price of white socks per pair was twice that of the blue socks. When the order was filled, it was found that the number of pairs of the two colours had been interchanged. This increased the bill by 50%. Find the ratio of the number of pairs of white socks to that of the pairs of blue socks in the original order placed by Veeru.
Q47. Deepa walks 3.36 Kms. In 4 weeks by walking an equal distance each day. How many meters does she walk each day?
Q48. A earnes 10% more than B, but 15% less than C. If B earns Rs.85/- then C earns ?
Q49. Two taps A and B can fill a cistern in 36 minutes and 45 minutes respectively. Both the taps are opened for a certain time but being clogged only 9/10th of the quantity of water flows through the tap A and 15/16th through the tap B. After the obstructions are removed the cistern is filled in 14 and a half minutes from that moment. How long were the taps remain clogged?
Q50. The population in a city increases at the rate of 5% annually. Its present population is 185220. The population 3 years ago was .....
Q51. John's disease mostly affects the .........................
Q52. Sandalwood trees are generally found in ..............regions.
Q53. "Deodar" trees are commonly found in ..........
Q54. The soil that is treated with gypsum to make it suitable for cropping is...........
Q55. usually found in river estuaries.
Q56. Rinderpest is a disease that mostly affects ....................
Q57. The ideal temperature for the cultivation of wheat is....................
Q58. The growing of different crops one after the other continuously to maintain soil fertility is called as .............
Q59. Of the following crops, which one requires water - logging for its cultivation?
Q60. ...................soil is ideal for the cultivation of rice.
Q61. Jute is obtained from the ............of the plant.
Q62. The pepper plant is a .....................
Q63. the major producer of red chillies in India.
Q64. the leading producer of Saffron.
Q65. the leading producer of Ginger.
Q66. What was the name of the operation to boost milk production in our country?
Q67. Resin is the major produce of .....................
Q68. Coffee is obtained from the ...............plant.
Q69. "Sugar Bowl of India" is................
Q70. The temperature needed for cultivation of rubber is..............
Q71. In p-orbital the maximum number of electrons present will be.
Q72. Energy is emitted when an electron jumps from ..... shell to ... shell.
Q73. Rutherford's atomic model does not account for.
Q74. Orbits are ..
Q75. When an electron is present in a stationary orbit it . Energy
Q76. Reduction is a chemical reaction which involves.
Q77. Oxidising agents are
Q78. The oxidation number of an element in the free state is.
Q79. Neil Bohr proposed that the electrons revolve around the nucleus only in
Q80. Hydrogen has .... Isotopes.
Q81. The equivalent weight of a trivalent element is 9. Its atomic weight will be
Q82. The tribasic acid Phosphoric Acid has a molecular weight of 98. What will be its equivalent weight?
Q83. Acidity of a base is the number of replacable
Q84. Basicity of an acid is the number of replacable .....
Q85. In the titration of weak acid with a weak base
Q86. A solution containing 40g of NaOH in 1 litre of water is.
Q87. The equivalent weight of a base depends on its ..
Q88. The molecular weight of sulphuric acid is 98. What will be its equivalent weight?
Q89. One mole of carbon dioxide contains g of Carbon
Q90. PV= Constant at Constant temperature is known as
Q91. The weight of 5 moles of water is
Q92. The atomicity of Nitrogen is.
Q93. An ideal gas always obeys ...
Q94. When the vapour density of oxygen is 16, what will be its molecular weight/
Q95. In an endothermic reaction, the heat is..
Q96. Energy has to be supplied to the reactants in which of the following reactions?
Q97. A reaction which is brought about by supplying electric current is called as..
Q98. In an exothermic reaction, the total energy of the reactants will be .......
Q99. With which of the following steels, watch springs and razor blades are made?
Q100. Manganese Steel is generally used in the manufacture of..
Q101. "Ammonal" is a mixture of which of the following?
Q102. Thermite is used in the field of .....
Q103. "Thermite" is a mixture of which of the following?
Q104. With which of the following Razor blades are made?
Q105. Which one of the following is one of the properties of non-metals?
Q106. Which one of the following is one of the properties of a metal?
Q107. Generally a metal is extracted from its oxide ore by the process of .....
Q108. Ruby is an oxide of which of the following?
Q109. Magnetite is an ore of which of the following?
Q110. Aluminium is purified by which of the following process?
Q111. The heat gained or lost by a body during a change of state is ........ heat.
Q112. The heat absorbed by the coolant is transferred to the water in the .............
Q113. The fusion reaction occurs at
Q114. The gravitational force acting on an object is called its
Q115. The function of the live wire is to
Q116. The function of the carbon brushes in a DC motor is to .............
Q117. The frequency of tuning fork that vibrates 3750 times in 5 s is.
Q118. The frequency of a wave is 330 Hz and the velocity of sound in air is 330 m/s, then what is the wavelength of the wave?
Q119. The frequency of AC mains used in India is
Q120. The free surface of liquid behave like
Q121. The free surface of a liquid possesses
Q122. The force with which the earth attracts an object is
Q123. The force which acts over short distances is .............
Q124. The force on a charged particle moving in a magnetic field is maximum. What is the angle between the direction of motion and field?
Q125. The force of surface tension is always to the liquid surface.
Q126. The force of surface tension is always to the liquid surface
Q127. The force of attraction between the molecules of the same substance is
Q128. The force developed within the body due to molecular displacement is called
Q129. The force acting on an object perpendicular to the surface is called
Q130. The following particles are moving with a same velocity. Which one has a maximum Debroglie wavelength?
Q131. The planets, whose position keeps changing, depending on the distance from the Sun is/are........A) Uranus B) Neptune C) Pluto D) Jupiter
Q132. Which among the following states possesses oil resources based on geographical location?
Q133. When will South Pole experience continuous light?
Q134. Moyar Valley is found in ........
Q135. ............will experience sunlight for the longest period in Summer.
Q136. Gondwana hills are located in
Q137. The northern most part of the Himalayas (Great Himalayas) is also known as ..........
Q138. Of the following cities of India, which one has a moderate temperature throughout the year?
Q139. Which of the following statement is true about "Andromeda" ?
Q140. Pick the wrongly matched pair: (A) Winter Solstice - 22nd December (B) Autumnal Equinox - 21st June (C) Summer Solstice - 21st March D) Vernal Equinox .. 21st September
Q141. Who according to Hebrew Bible, built the first temple in Jerusalem?
Q142. Sachin Tendulkar's father in law Anand Mehta was a former national champion in which sport?
Q143. Which famous Indian cricketer bowled with a wrist withered by Polio?
Q144. Captained the Indian Test Team against the West Indies in 1974-1975 and on the very next test he was a twelfthman. Who was he?
Q145. She was a teacher, received Bharat Ratna and Nobel Peace Prize, and died on the Teachers Day of India.Who was she?
Q146. "Stigma" with reference to medieval days refers to....
Q147. The famous "Marie" biscuits are named after?
Q148. "Dilmah" is a famous tea brand from .....
Q149. Who invented the "vulcanisation" process that has made a revolution in the use of rubber?
Q150. How is "Florida" state of USA is also known?
Q151. Which ancient Indian authored the "Yog Darsana" (philosophy of yoga)?
Q152. When did India conduct its first nuclear test?
Q153. What was the code name for the first nuclear test conducted by India in 1974 at Pokhran, Rajasthan?
Q154. Which Indian born scientist's experiment led to the invention of optical fibre?
Q155. "Durgeshnandini" and "Kapalakundala" were written by....
Q156. What was the call sign of Apollo 13 command module?
Q157. What was the name of the first talking cartoon of Mickey Mouse?
Q158. Who wrote the book 'Economic consequences of Peace"?
Q159. "Shabdatharapadham" is the autobiography of....
Q160. In which event did P T Usha come fourth in the 1984 Los Angeles, USA?
Q161. In which country is the world's highest airport located?
Q162. Mount Everest was scaled for the first time by Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay in ......
Q163. Kathakali, Mohini Aattam and Ottam Thullal are regional dances of ....
Q164. How many times Brazil has won the FIFA World Cup?
Q165. When was Hockey introduced in the Asian Games?
Q166. Durand Cup is associated with which sport in India?
Q167. Bhairon Singh Shekhawat, former Vice President of India, started his career as a .......
Q168. Frederick Sanger is a two time Nobel Prize winner for which subject?
Q169. Where in India is the Himalayan Mountaineering Institute located?
Q170. "let's go" is the historical statement of which internationally reputed person
Q171. "Fire Temple" is the place of worship of which of the following religions?
Q172. Where in India is the 'Garampani" sanctuary located?
Q173. In which year, the Nobel Prizes were first awarded?
Q174. Which country will host the 2014 Commonwealth Games?
Q175. 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 buses are scooters. No scooter is a train. Some trains are jeeps. CONCLUSIONS: (1) No bus is a train. (2) Some jeeps are scooters.
Q176. What number will come next in the following series? 5,8,9,14,16,23,26 ?
Q177. Doctor: Patient :: Politician: ?
Q178. 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) More than two billion pounds of chemicals are spewed in the air everyday by industries and vehicles of some countries. (B) International Pollution Control Organization is expected to penalize the countries which cross the maximum emission limits.
Q179. There are mice in the field which act as prey to snakes. Hawks eat the snakes. Some dogs are brought into the field. What will be its effect?
Q180. Give the meaning for DISHEVELLED
Q181. Under which heading or letter does the Library of Congress system classify "e;Language and Literature"e; books>
Q182. They have bought this house. Now it is .........
Q183. In the following question, out of the four options, choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentence: "e; An extreme fear of being in a small confined place"e;
Q184. Rearrange the following six sentences in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the question that follows: (A) This shows how politicians value little a common man's life. (B) However, the rash of tragedies has not apparently perturbed the Minister of Railways. (C) Despite opposition parties coming down heavily on her, the Minister of Railways remains undisturbed. (D) The Minister of Railways in question, already has fourteen train mishaps in his kitty in a year. (E) He should take a lession from the late Lal Bahadur Shastri who quit after a single accident. (F) Floating conspiracy theory is not going to improve the railways report card. Which of these sentences will be the SECOND one after the rearrangement?
Q185. Choose the word which is most opposite in meaning to the word: QUARRY
Q186. Ravindra is visit his friends next week
Q187. In the question, a part of the sentence is highlighted. Replace the highlighted part with the options given which may improve the sentence. "e; Neither plants nor animals, can survive without oxygen."e;
Q188. In 2015, Mother Theresa was canonised by the Pope. Mother Theresa was born in ..................
Q189. The Finance Ministry has recently announced that for all purchases and sales above Rs.............., the Pan Card must be quoted.
Q190. In December 2015, which country allowed women to vote and also contest in the local body elections?
Q191. What refers to how system can quickly transform to support environmental changes?
Q192. Which of the following format you can decide to apply or not in Auto Format dialog box?
Q193. A series of instructions that tells a computer what to do and how to do it is known as ......
Q194. Expand XOR
Q195. The environment provided to ASP is based on
Q196. The earliest software was developed using ....
Q197. Which of the following number systems is used to store data and perform calculations in a computer?
Q198. BCNF is needed because
Q199. An organised information or a database help us
Q200. The mechanism by which the data and function are bounded together with an object definition ....



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