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Q1. For which of the following reasons, Bhagat singh and B.K.Dutt threw a bomb in the Central Legislative Assembly?
Q2. Who strongly objected to the British government's negotiating on terms of equality with the 'Seditious Fakir' i.e. Mahatma Gandhi in February-March, 1931?
Q3. Of the following statements which one is NOT true about Md.Ali Jinnah?
Q4. The primary aim of Rowlatt Act was ......
Q5. ......................was the President of the INC when ' poorna swaraj ' was declared?
Q6. The last two years of British rule were marked by several movements. Mark the odd one out.
Q7. Linlithgow described it as 'by far the most serious rebellion since that of 1857, the gravity and extent of which we have so far concealed from the world for reasons of military security'. Which of the following movements is referred to herein?
Q8. Gandhiji's Champaran Satyagraha aimed at.................
Q9. Bhagat Singh, Chandra Sekhar Azad and Rajguru shot dead a British Police Officer who they thought was..
Q10. Who was the Governor General to propose the change of capital from Calcutta to Delhi?
Q11. Vallabhai Patel was given the title of 'Sardar' by......
Q12. Pulakesin II was defeted by.....................
Q13. How many times Jawaharlal Nehru became the President of Indian Nationala Congress?
Q14. Lala Lajpat Rai's protest against Simon Commission and eventually getting brutally injured occurred at.....
Q15. Vatapi' was the capital of which ruler?
Q16. In the Battle of Haldighatti, Akbar defeated ................
Q17. Kanchipuram was the capital of ..................
Q18. Sardar Vallabhai Patel gave up his legal profession and joined Gandhiji at the time of .........
Q19. Capital of Kanishka was ................
Q20. Who among the following was not an influence on Gandhiji?
Q21. "MARCOS" is the commando Force of .
Q22. How many fleets are there in the Indian Navy?
Q23. Operations - Vijay, Cactus, Trident, Python and Sukhoon are the coded operations of
Q24. How many "Commands" are there in the Indian Navy?
Q25. Indian Navy was established from ..
Q26. "Shamno Varuna" is the motto of
Q27. "Operation Meghdoot", "Operation Cactus" and "Operation Poomalai" are secret coded operations of
Q28. What is the name for the Special Commando Force of the Indian Air Force?
Q29. When were women pilots inducted into the Indian Air Force?
Q30. Surya Kiran, Sarang, and Sagar Pawan are .
Q31. How many "Commands" are there in the Indian Air Force?
Q32. Marshal of the Air Force is the highest rank (honorary - equivalent to Field Marshal of the Army) in the Air Force. How many Officers of Indian Air Force have been honoured with this honour?
Q33. "Nabah Sparsam Diptam" the motto of Indian Air Force is taken from
Q34. When was the Air Force established in India?
Q35. "Nabah- Sparsam - Diptam" is the motto of .
Q36. When was the Armed Forces Medical College at Pune established?
Q37. Where is the (integrated) Defence Services Staff College?
Q38. When was the Defence Services Staff College established?
Q39. When was the Indian Military Academy established?
Q40. Which of the following Indian Military Officer was in the first batch of the Indian Military Academy?
Q41. Which committee among the following, suggested a new definition for "fiscal deficit"?
Q42. The difference between visible exports and visible imports is defined as .........
Q43. What is the status of the Planning Commission of India?
Q44. Invisible Export means export of .........
Q45. "Value Added Tax" is imposed ..........
Q46. A sum of money doubles itself in 20 years at simple rate of interest. In how many years does it become 4 times?
Q47. Ragini bought a cell phone and a refrigerator for Rs.12000 and Rs.10000 respectively. While reselling it she suffered a loss of 12% on the refrigerator and gained a profit of 8% on the cell phone. What is here overall loss or profit?
Q48. 80% of a number is 300 more than 2/5th of the same number. Find the number.
Q49. The LCM of two numbers is 1920 and their HCF is 16.If one of the number is 128, then what is the 2nd number?
Q50. 70% of 70 is .......
Q51. Blood circulation was invented by ...............
Q52. The lowest fat percentage is found in the milk of ...............
Q53. Insulin regulates ...............
Q54. If children are found to be having "night blindness" the diet should include................
Q55. "Homeopathy" was invented by..................
Q56. "Crescograph" is an instrument used for recording .................
Q57. Who discovered the cause of "Beri-Beri"?
Q58. Simpson and Harrison are associated with the invention of ..................
Q59. "Cholera Bacillus" was invented by ..................
Q60. Plants that grow under average conditions of temperature and pressure are known as ................
Q61. "Cardiogram" is an instrument to trace....................
Q62. "Encephalograph" is an instrument for tracing ....................
Q63. Dermatology is the study of .......
Q64. Citrus fruits are rich source of ..................
Q65. Of the following which one does not contain Vitamin C?
Q66. Of the following diseases, which one is considered to be a genetic disorder?
Q67. Ageing is caused by the disappearance of ..........................
Q68. Important function of perspiration is to ........
Q69. The vitamin that helps in blood clotting is .............
Q70. The average heart beat of an adult is ...............
Q71. How does the Covalent bond is formed?
Q72. Among the following compounds, which compound does not conduct electricity?
Q73. In which of the following, Covalent compounds are soluble?
Q74. Ionic compounds are generally in ....... State.
Q75. Covalent compounds are generally in.. State.
Q76. What is the term for the sum of number of protons and neutrons present in the atomic nucleus?
Q77. Sodium hasw atomic number 11 and mass number 23. What will be the number of neutrons in its nucleus?
Q78. What is the content in the Nucleus of an atom?
Q79. What happens when an electrons jumps from M Shell to K Shell?
Q80. Who suggested the concept of 'elliptical orbitals'?
Q81. Gain of one or more electrons by an atom in a chemical reaction is called.
Q82. The term for the loss of one or more electrons by an atom in a chemical reaction is........
Q83. Isotopes differ in their .....
Q84. The instrument used to identify isotopes is.........
Q85. Who among the following discovered the presence of isotopes in an element?
Q86. Atomic number is equal to the number of .....
Q87. The term for the total number of protons and neutrons present inside the nucleus is...
Q88. How many electrons can be accommodated in d-orbital?
Q89. The term for the number of electrons present in the outermost orbital of an element is .....
Q90. The number of electrons that can be present in p-orbital is..
Q91. In which orbital 14 electrons can be accommodated?
Q92. Which among the following is the lightest metal in the periodic table?
Q93. In which of the following shells, 32 electrons can be accommodated?
Q94. In s-orbital, the number of electrons that can be accommodated is..
Q95. In K Shell how many electrons can be present?
Q96. A three dimensional space in which the electrton is most probably present outside the nucleus is known as..
Q97. Positively charged particles present in an atom are called.
Q98. Negatively charged particles present in an atom are called
Q99. Who proposed the first atomic theory?
Q100. Who proposed the "planetory model of an atom"?
Q101. The name of N/10 solution is........
Q102. Of the following which one is called 'centinormal solution'?
Q103. Of the following, which one is called 'decinormal solution'?
Q104. Which is the suitable indicator for the titration of strong acid with weak base?
Q105. Equivalent weight of an acid is 49 with a molecular weight of 98. In this what will be the number of replacable hydrogen atom?
Q106. Solution for which normality (strength) is known is called a .....
Q107. The product of valency and equivalent weight of an element is equal to its.
Q108. What is the equivalent weight of Oxygen?
Q109. What is the unit for 'equivalent weight'?
Q110. The colour of methy organge in acid medium is.......
Q111. The electric current is due to drift of free electrons in
Q112. The distance travelled by light in one year is called
Q113. The distance travelled by a wave in one second is its
Q114. The distance moved in completing one oscillation is
Q115. The distance between two crests of a wave is 50cm what is the wavelength of the wave?
Q116. The distance between two consecutive crests of a wave is called
Q117. The direction of the magnetic field at the centre of a circular coil carrying current can be found by .............
Q118. The direction of the flow of heat depends upon
Q119. The direction of magnetic lines produced by passing a direct current in a conductor is
Q120. The difference in air pressure between inside and outside of a soap bubble of 4 mm in diameter if surface tension of soap solution is 7 102 Nm1 is
Q121. The diameter of a car tyre is 0.8 m moving with an angular velocity 20 rad S1 has a linear velocity
Q122. The density of nucleus is very high. This shows that nuclear matter is in ............
Q123. The current that flows in the nerves of the, human body is of the order of
Q124. The critical angle of incidence is 30 degree when light travels from diamond to air. What is the refractive index of a diamond?
Q125. The critical angle of diamond is 24.4 degree. Calculate its refractive index. [ Sin 24.4 degree = 0.41]
Q126. The critical angle for a medium is 60 degree, what is the refractive index of medium?
Q127. The commonly used safety fuse wire is made of
Q128. The coolidge tube is evacuated up to ...........
Q129. The common unit of measuring calorific value is
Q130. The colours that we see around us are the colours
Q131. Why do we always see the same face of the moon?
Q132. The Moon's period of revolution with reference to the Sun is........
Q133. Consider the following statements: (1) Either of the two belts over the oceans at about 30 degree to 35 degree N and S Latitudes is known as Horse Latitude. (2) Horse latitudes are low pressure belts. Which of the given above is/are correct?
Q134. ..........comet appears once in 76 years.
Q135. Light from the nearest star reaches the earth in ............
Q136. On the surface of the moon, the
Q137. The Unit of measurement of the distances of stars from the earth is ................
Q138. ............% of moon's surface is visible from the Earth.
Q139. One Astronomical Unit is the average distance between
Q140. Which of the following is the most commonly emitted gas by a volcano?
Q141. How many points are there in the green pentagram of Moroccan Flag?
Q142. In the backdrop of light blue field how many five pointed stars are there in the National flag of Federated States of Micronesia?
Q143. How many points are there in the star of the National flag of Mauritania?
Q144. This country's flag has a blue field, with rising diagonal band in which and organge representing two chains of islands, a white star on the left corner with 24 points representing districts, with four elongated points representing four important cultural centres. Which country's flag are we talking about?
Q145. This country's flag is a white and red vertical stripe with a cross on the left top corner called George Cross depicting St. Georges and a dragon, encircled in red with the motto 'for gallantry'. Which country are we referring to?
Q146. Which is the oldest continually operating university in the world?
Q147. How may rays are there in the "Sun" in the flag of Kyrgyzstan?
Q148. How many rays are there in the sun of the National Flag of Malawi?
Q149. How may rays are there in the Sun of the National Flag of Malaysia?
Q150. How many rays are there in the Sun of the National Flag of Malaysia?
Q151. "Where ignorance is bliss 'tis folly to be wise" who said these?
Q152. Name the boxer who defended his title in three consecutive olympics?
Q153. Which country has a national anthem with just 32 characters?
Q154. In Pole Vault, how many attempts can an athlete have at each height - for that matter all the field events like shot put, discuss throw, javelin, and so on?
Q155. Thomas Alva Edison gave us the term "Hello" for telephone users. What was the earlier term used over telephone as suggested by Alexander Graham Bell?
Q156. What is the function of 'nipples' in a bicycle?
Q157. What was the earlier name of Tahrir Square of Cairo, Egypt, which was in the news in 2011?
Q158. After which bird is a score of 'three under par' in golf is named?
Q159. World's most nuclear disaster occurred at Chernobyl in 1996 on which date?
Q160. The term popping crease is associated with which sports?
Q161. Capital of Republic of Sudan is........
Q162. In which year were the first Pulitzer prizes handed out?
Q163. Who is the first Indian woman to fly a jet as a commercial pilot in 1951?
Q164. When was the Federation Internationale de Football (FIFA) founded?
Q165. In which year did Arthur Heineman open the first motel of the world - "Motel Inn" of San Luis Obispo, California?
Q166. Who invented the "Snickometer" which is used to detect a fine noise or snick has occurred between bat and ball in cricket?
Q167. What product did the first coin operated vending machine dispense?
Q168. "Jesurs, the son of Mary said - "the world is a bridge, pass over it but build no house upon it; who hopes for an hour, may hope for eternity. The world endures but an hour, spend it in prayer, for the rest is unseen"". These Christianity words are inscribed on an important Islamic structure under the instructions of a famous Mughal emperor. What is the name of the structure and emperor?
Q169. Who is the first bowler to take a hattrick in a world cup?
Q170. Rock Garden in Chandigarh is a famous tourist spot created by Nek Chand Saini. How did he name it earlier?
Q171. What is the name for the blank page at the beginning and end of a printed book?
Q172. The "Masskara Festival" of Philippines is dedicated to which of the following traits?
Q173. "Numismatics" is the study of....
Q174. January 28, 1986 and 1st February 2003 are tragic days. Connect them to the following events?
Q175. If SYSTEM is written as SYSMET and NEARER is written as ENRER, then FRACTION will be coded as
Q176. There are eight poets, namely, A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H in respect of whom questions are being asked in the examination. The first four are ancient poets and the last four are modern poets. The question on ancient and modern poets is being asked in alternate years. Those who like H also like G, those who like D like C also. The examiner who sets question is not likely to ask question on D because he has written an article on him. But he likes D. Last year a question was asked on F. Considering these facts, on whom the question is most likely to be asked this year?
Q177. If it is possible to make only one meaningful English word with the first, the fifth, the seventh and the eighth letters of the word ORGANISED, which of the following will be the third of that word? ( If no such word can be made give 'X' as the answer and if more than one such word can be made, give 'Y' as the answer.
Q178. Artists are generally whimsical. Some of them are frustrated. Frustrated people are prone to be drug addicts. Based on these statements which of the following conclusions is true?
Q179. Man: Biography :: Nation : ?
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..... Since there (1) / is no way of (2) / repaying your kindness (3) / I shall always be your creditor. (4) / No error (5).
Q181. Give the synonym for ABANDON
Q182. Give the meaning for OMINOUS
Q183. When Ravi was young, he .........once a day
Q184. Although, he is reputed for making very candid statements ............
Q185. A group of three books, films etc., which have the same subjects or characters is called a ....
Q186. My father .........the office already
Q187. Replace the highlighted part of the sentence with appropriate phrase given below: "e;The poor Brahmin led a hand to mouthful existence and could use any job which paired him a little.
Q188. In December 2015, between which stations, a bio-diesel operated diesel engine train service was operated?
Q189. In November 2015, an American University, started a Scholarship, an award and financial assistance for higher studies in the name of Abdul Kalam. Which University?
Q190. In November 2015, a test cricket match, was held day and night, and also with a pink ball in Australia. Between which countries it was held?
Q191. A computer virus is a programme written using a computer language and is designed to cause damage to the data stored in the computer. The most common damage done by the virus is to
Q192. The programs which are as permanent as hardware and stored in ROM is known as .........
Q193. In a COBOL program, the number of division is...
Q194. Main function of the Video Controller is ......
Q195. Which of the following operations is used to select the entire text/document?
Q196. To make all columns even, we have to use
Q197. a concept to abstractly represent all instances of a group of similar things.
Q198. The required steps to make a Backup copy of a MS Word document are ....
Q199. While recording a macro, the third step will be .........
Q200. The URL identifies



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