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Q1. Mao Tse Tung and Chou En Lai organized a march called................
Q2. "Cowardice and ahimsa do not go together any more than water and fire". Whose quote is this?
Q3. Mahatma Gandhi said that some of his deepest convictions were reflected in a book titled, "Unto this Last" and the book transformed his life. What was the message from the book?
Q4. Who among the early nationalists worked in England to mobilise public opinion in favour of the Indian National movement?
Q5. In the Allahabad district in 1929, at a time of the worldwide economic depression, a 'no-tax' campaign on behalf of peasants was led by....................
Q6. To solve the problem of representation, the following efforts were made. Arrange them in the chronological order: A) Nehru Report B) The II Round Table Conference C) Simon Commission D)The Communal Award
Q7. The British government summoned the first round table conference in London to................
Q8. In 1939, Gandhi for the first time tried out his specific technique of controlled mass struggle in a native state. He allowed a close adjutant of his to lead a satyagrha. Who was he?
Q9. Arrange the following events during Indian freedom movement in the correct order: 1. Swadeshi Movement 2. Non-Cooperation Movement 3. Quit India Movement 4. Civil Disobedience Movement
Q10. The " Swadesh " movement started in India during...................
Q11. He wanted to become a "Muslim Gokhale"; while Gokhale returning the compliment said ' he has true stuff in him and that freedom from all sectarian prejudice will make him the best ambassador of a Hindu Muslim unity. Whom are we referring to?
Q12. "Individual Civil Disobedience" movement was launched in the year.........................
Q13. Of the following who was not a delegate at the round table conference in London?
Q14. In Hyderabad, a Gandhian movement was very popular in the rural areas and supported the local Congress Party during the struggle for integration of Hyderabad with Indian Union in 1947. Who was leading the movement?
Q15. Of the following statements which one is NOT true about "Quit India" Resolution?
Q16. The interim government at the centre was formed................
Q17. Of the following, who did not belong to what was popularly known as the "Bombay Triumvirate"?
Q18. Of the following statements which one is NOT correct about Government of India Act 1919?
Q19. Among the following women freedom fighters, who is called the 'heroine of the 1942 Quit India Movement'?
Q20. ...................was also referred to as " Lokhitwadi "?
Q21. "Sarvatra Sarvottam Suraksha" (Everywhere Supreme Protection) is the motto of .
Q22. Commando Battalion for Resolute Action = COBRA, is an action force attached to.
Q23. "Nishant" is a .
Q24. "Shwetash-wa" is a dare devil motor cycle display team of ..
Q25. How many Sainik Schools are there in India?
Q26. Where is the Rashtriya Indian Military College?
Q27. Whose brainchild is the Sainik Schools in India?
Q28. Operation Pawan, Operation Viraat & Trishul and Operation Check Mate are coded operations of .
Q29. Who was the PM of India during the Indian Peace Keeping Force operations in Sri Lanka?
Q30. The Indian Peace Keepiing Force, which was deputed to Sri Lanka to quell the violence was active during
Q31. What is the name for the operation wing of the Nuclear Command Authority?
Q32. Which organization exercises complete authority on various issues related to Nuclear Weapon use and stockpile?
Q33. Who is the final deciding authority on the use of Nuclear strikes?
Q34. What is the name of the operation to flush out militants from the Golden Temple, Amritsar, in 1984?
Q35. What is the first warship built by India?
Q36. Which is the first indigenously built Nuclear Submarine of Indian Navy?
Q37. Which is the largest and most lethal destroyer ship of Indian Navy?
Q38. "MILAN" is a joint naval exercise in Andaman and Nicobar Islands, a biennial event between India and
Q39. What is the Indian name for the Soviet Aircraft Carrier Admiral Gorshkov that is expected to join the Indian Navy?
Q40. Which day is observed as "Navy Day"?
Q41. Which of the following methods is used in our country for the measurement of National Income?
Q42. Employees State Insurance Scheme in India was introduced in the year ......
Q43. considered as the originator of the concept of "Micro Finance".
Q44. Which of the following schemes has been launched to provide pension to people in unorganized sectors in India?
Q45. The main function of IMF is to .......
Q46. Mr Satish earns an annual income of Rs.12.75 lakhs. Every month he saves 20% of his monthly income. 15% of the remaining amount of his monthly income he spends in paying his loan instalment. He spends 24% of his monthly income in paying various bills and spends 42% of his monthly income on various other household expenses. The remaining amount of his monthly income he sends to his family.The monthly amount Mr.Satish sends to his family forms what per cent of his monthly savings?
Q47. The sum upto 50 terms of the following series is 3+2-5+3+2-5+3+2-5
Q48. A cook makes a soup putting 1 bean for 3 peas. If the soup contains a total of 40 peas and beans, what is the number of peas in the soup?
Q49. In an examination every candidate took science or civics or both 65.8% took science and 59.2% took civics. If the total number of candidates was 200, how many took science and civics both?
Q50. If 10 ditches are dug out by 10 people in 10 days, then in how many days one ditch would be dug out by one person?
Q51. Of the following crops, which one is /are NOT grown during Kharif season?
Q52. Of the following which one is the prominent crop of dry farming?
Q53. The state to produce more coconut is
Q54. "Jaya" is the name of a high yielding variety of ........
Q55. the leading producer of wheat in India
Q56. the largest producer of Maize in India
Q57. Area with 200 + cm rain fall and sloping hills is an ideal location for the ..........plantations.
Q58. Kerala is the largest producer of ...................
Q59. Of the following, which one is not an important reason for the high concentration of jute cultivation in West Bengal?
Q60. The state to have largest cattle population in India is...........
Q61. Anglo-Nubian is a breed of.....
Q62. The female flowers that occur above the male flowers are called Gnetum
Q63. Angiosperms are ..................plants
Q64. Bile is synthesized in ..........
Q65. Which Vitamin is provided by sunlight?
Q66. The cells that found more in the hypodermis of the dicot stem is...........
Q67. A woman's voice is shriller than a man due to............
Q68. Har Gobind Khorana is well known Nobel Laureate for his discovery of .................
Q69. The common transport form of sugar in plants is ..........
Q70. Streptomycin' was invented by ............
Q71. The alloy Spiegeleisen contains which of the following?
Q72. Among the following which one is electro positive element?
Q73. Of the following, which one is not an ore of iron?
Q74. Of the following, which one is used for making strong permanent magnets?
Q75. Of the following which one is used in the manufacture of cooking vessels and chocolate wrappers?
Q76. Aluminium Powder and Ammonium Nitrate mixture used for explosive is known as..
Q77. Why Aluminium is widely used in electric cables?
Q78. Of the following, which one does not exhibit allotropy?
Q79. Among the following, which one is the main property of sulphuric acid?
Q80. Sulphuric acid is a .
Q81. Which of the following is used as a catalyst in the manufacture of sulphuric acid?
Q82. Oil of vitriol is
Q83. The term for the reaction between sugar and concentrated sulphuric acid is
Q84. The head of a matchstick contains.
Q85. White phosphorous is a .
Q86. Iron sulphides, used in matches, act as the..
Q87. Of the following which one is used for the treatment of blood cancer?
Q88. Of the following which one mainly contain phosphorous?
Q89. Who enunciated the laws of electrolysis?
Q90. The general purpose of electroplating is for
Q91. When an electric current is passed through the electrolyte ......
Q92. Who described the concept of electrolytic dissociation?
Q93. The degree of dissociation of an electrolyte depends on..
Q94. The purpose of electrorefining is for the ..
Q95. A strong electrolyte in water
Q96. Which of the following is an example of true solution?
Q97. Soda water is a solution of.
Q98. The solute in the solution can be separated by.
Q99. True Solution belongs to.
Q100. An example of gas in liquid is ............
Q101. Smoke is an example of which of the following?
Q102. Brass is a solution of
Q103. What happens when copper sulphate is dissolved in water?
Q104. The content of Homo nuclear molecules are
Q105. Benzene is a ..solvent
Q106. The general content of Organic compounds are
Q107. How does an "anion" is formed?
Q108. How does a 'Cation" is formed?
Q109. In comparison, the melting point of covalent compounds to that of ionic compounds is.......
Q110. Which of the following bond is found in Sodium Chloride?
Q111. The focal length of eye lens is more when eye lens become
Q112. The focal length of concave lens is always
Q113. The focal length of convex lens is always
Q114. The focal length of a lens is - 30 cm the given lens is ...............
Q115. The fixed resistor is called
Q116. The first Indian astronomer who described the rotation of the earth on its own axis is
Q117. The far point of an eye suffering from ............. is less than infinity.
Q118. The farthest position of the planet from the sun is
Q119. The extremely minute particles present in the atmosphere mainly scatter which colour of light?
Q120. The energy of water is called
Q121. The energy possessed by a body due to its position or configuration is
Q122. The energy of a photon of light is 3 ev. Then what is the wave length of the photon?
Q123. The emf obtained from an AC generator can be increased by .............
Q124. The emf induced in a coil of 500 turns. If the flux linked with the coil changes from 0.5 wb to 1.5 wb in 0.05 s is
Q125. The EM waves propagate in a direction
Q126. The electromagnets are used in
Q127. The electromagnetic induction is a phenomenon in which ......... is developed from change of
Q128. The electrochemical cells which make use of irreversible chemical reactions are
Q129. The electrical resistance of a conductor depends on
Q130. The distinct properties of liquids are due to
Q131. Pick out the wrong statement from the following: (A) the sun shines vertically over the Tropic of Cancer at the time of the winter solstice. (B) when the sun shines vertically over the equator it is called an equinox (C) at the poles there is light for half the year (D) the sun never shines vertically beyond the tropics.
Q132. Pick the correct statement from the following : (1) The Northern end of the earth's axis is called North Pole. (2) 45 degree parallel is half of the length of the equator. (3) There is parallelism of the earth's axis. (4) The earth's speed of revolution is faster in aphelion position.
Q133. The difference in the duration of day and night increases as one moves from the Equator to the .............
Q134. Which date will be the longest day in Australia?
Q135. The city that will never get the vertical rays of the Sun is...
Q136. Pick the one that is wrongly matched? (A)Antarctic Circle - 66.5 degree S latitude (B)International Date Line - 0 degree longitude (C)Tropic of Cancer - 23.5 degree N latitude (D)Tropic of Captricorn - 66.5 degree N latitude
Q137. Spring tides occur on..............
Q138. Tidal Bore is a ..........
Q139. What are "Playa" lakes?
Q140. 180th Meridian was designated as International Date Line in ............
Q141. Who built the Brihadeeswara Temple, the world's first complete granite temple, located at Thanjavur, Tamilnadu?
Q142. Which Cricket World Cup was played in four countries?
Q143. In Spain, what is St.John Bosco the patron saint of.....
Q144. What proper name is given to supporters of anti slavery movement in UK and USA who agitated for slavery in the 19th century?
Q145. The hangman's rope for all jails in India where condemned prisoners are hanged are supplied by which organization?
Q146. What is the best director's award at Cannes Film Festival?
Q147. Mocha Coffee is a fine quality coffee named after a .....
Q148. In golf, what do you call a player, who is considered by the other players to play below his current handicap?
Q149. Which American President carried on an infamous love affair with his slave named Sally Hemmings and is believed to be the father of some of her children?
Q150. Who was the first US President to fly in a plane?
Q151. Where in India is the National Institute for Smart Government located?
Q152. In which city of India was the first college of european medicine started?
Q153. Who was the first woman to fly across the English Channel?
Q154. Who was India's ODI cricket captain?
Q155. When was Red Fort Completed?
Q156. Name the only British PM to receive Nobel Literature Prize?
Q157. What is the parliament of Israel called?
Q158. Which Nobel Laureate's son was also awarded Nobel Prize, incidentally for the same subject?
Q159. The real name of Swami Dayanand Saraswati, the founder of Arya Samaj was .....
Q160. Julian Assange's whistle blower website "wiki leaks" was founded in the year ........
Q161. The International Red Cross has been honoured with a Nobel Peace Prize for ..............times.
Q162. Which actress has won the most "Best Actress" Oscars?
Q163. The Bhopal gas tragedy on 2/3rd December 1984 left 3787 dead caused by the leak of....
Q164. The Angkor Vat Temple in Cambodia was constructed by king....
Q165. Which swimmer set world records in 7 swimming events at the 1972 Munich Olympics?
Q166. Who among the following has been awarded two unshared Nobel Prizes?
Q167. Name the only batsman in the world to score three consecutive centuries in a World Cup?
Q168. How many five pointed stars are arranged in a semi circle form in the national flag of Venezeula?
Q169. What is the bird depicted on the national flag of Zambia?
Q170. Blue, Yellow and Green vertical bands with yellow band measuring half the length, and having three diamonds arranged in the centre in a V shape is the national flag of ..........
Q171. Which only country's flag having five colour - blue, yellow, red, white and green in oblique bands (neither horizontal nor vertical)?
Q172. How many five pointed stars are there in the national flag of Sao Tome and Principe?
Q173. A blue field with a golden horizontal stripe representing the Equator and a 12 pointed white star below it on the left is Nauru's national flag. What does the 12 points on the star represent?
Q174. How many points are there in the "Golden Sun" in the national flag of Namibia?
Q175. STATEMENT: The highway police authority put up large boards at regular intervals indicating the speed limit and dangers of over speeding on the highways. ASSUMPTIONS: (1) Most of the motorists may drive vehicles within the speed limit on the highways. (2) Motorists generally ignore such cautions and over speed on the highways.
Q176. The position(s) of how many letters in the word PRODUCT will remain unchanged, when the letters within the word are rearranged alphabetically?
Q177. Which number will continue the following series? 27, 25, 25, 22, 23, 19, 21, 16, 19, ?
Q178. Ignorance: Education :: Disease : ?
Q179. Which number will continue the following series? 3,8,15, 24, 35, 48, 63, 80, ?
Q180. Read the sentence given here and find out whether there is any error in it. If yes, in which part? If no error, your answer is 5.......Do not (1) / buy any more (2) / vegetable; we have (3) / an ample supply. (4) / No error.
Q181. Read the following sentence carefully and find out whether there is/are 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 royal guards were instruction (1) / to keep the palace (2) / gates closed as the (3) / villagers were agitated. (4) / No error. (5)
Q182. Choose the word which is most opposite in meaning to the word: FRESH
Q183. Rearrange the following six sentences A to F in proper order and then answer the question that follows: (A) When finally he regained consciousness, he saw that the sea was as calm as a pond. (B) "e;I'm always peaceful but it is the wind that creates waves and turns me into a monster"e;, the goddess continued. (C) "e;Do not blame me, my son, "e; said, the goddess. (D) A man who had survived a shipwreck struggled mightily against the waves and finally succeeded in reaching the shore, more dead than alive. (E) The sea heard him shout angrily and took the form of a goddess to defend itself. (F) "e;How deceitful you are!"e; he shouted at the sea, "e;You draw men into you showing your peaceful side but when they are in your power you put them in trouble"e;. Which of the following should be the SECOND sentence in the rearrangement?
Q184. Read the following sentence carefully and find out whether there is/are 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) .......Rohan's happiness knew no (1) / bounds when the results (2) / were annopunce because (3) / he had won the competition. (4) / No error (5)
Q185. 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. (4) The Minister of Railways in question, already has fourteen train mishaps in his kitty in a year. (5) He should take a lession from the late Lal Bahadur Shastri who quit after a single accident. (6) Floating conspiracy theory is not going to improve the railways report card. Which of these sentences will be the THIRD one after the rearrangement?
Q186. Choose the word which is most opposite in meaning to the word: PERSECUTE
Q187. Pick an alternative for the idiom/phrase: "e;To talk through one's hat"e;
Q188. In December 2015, which African country, declared itself an Islamic country?
Q189. In December 2015, the Indian Government entered into an agreement with .............. for operating a ""Bullet"" train between Mumbai-Ahmedabad.
Q190. December 6, 2015, on the birth day of Dr. Ambedkar, the central Government has issued a non-circulated currency. What is it?
Q191. Each of the paragraph names must end with a period followed by atleast ....
Q192. SGA consists of ...
Q193. What is the biggest number you can get with 8 bits?
Q194. A(n)......gate is the physical realisation of logical addition operation.
Q195. Compiling creates a/an
Q196. State the incorrect variable name.
Q197. The binary system is a number system to the base ...
Q198. MS Office provides help in many ways. Which of these are more closer to the answer?
Q199. ......command can be used to display the results on the screen as well as send to the printer.
Q200. Arrange the various aspects of e-mail system in the right order.



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