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Q1. The Indian National Army trial took place at.......
Q2. Among the following freedom fighters who is known is "Desha Bandhu"?
Q3. Who among the following was called the "Vaikom Hero"?
Q4. Among the following who introduced the "Permanent Settlement"in Bengal?
Q5. The promulgation of "declaration of Independence" was promulgated by
Q6. Among the following great thinkers, who did not influence Gandhiji?
Q7. "Jana Gana Mana" was first sung in the ........... Session of Indian National Congress.
Q8. In which city the Jaliwalabagh massacre occurred?
Q9. One of the statement below does not relate to the later Vedic period?
Q10. Which of the following orders was known for its proselytizing activities in medieval India?
Q11. Arrange the following important travellers to India in the chronological order of their visits: a)Marco Polo b)Ibn Batuta c)Alberuni d)Athanasius Nikitin
Q12. Which of the following was not a recommendation of the Nehru Report 1928?
Q13. Among the following events, what can be called the first step of the British to introduce communal politics in India?
Q14. Which of the following envisaged a 'federation between the states and British India'?
Q15. Who among the following transferred to Ashokan Pillars from Topra and Meerut to Delhi?
Q16. Which of the following statement is not correct about the Rowlatt Act?
Q17. Which of the following, for the first time spelt out the possibility of Independence for India?
Q18. In which year the Muslim League declared for the first time that their aim was for self government within the empire?
Q19. The 1857 mutiny brought about a change in the administrative system of the British rule over India from 1858 onwards. Which among the following is not one of those changes?
Q20. Which Governor General's administration was notable by the absence of warfare and carrying out many reforms?
Q21. "Octroi Tax" is imposed by the.
Q22. Among the following countries, which country elects its judges through the people?
Q23. "Circumstances make a man Criminal". Whose quote is this?
Q24. During whose rule courts were established in our country?
Q25. Burden of proof lies on the complainant. Which Section of the Indian Evidence Act deals with it?
Q26. Previous character of the accused, good or bad, form part of evidence under Sec of Indian Evidence Act.
Q27. Confessions made to a Police Officer is not considered as a proof of offence under Sec.. Of Indian Evidence Act.
Q28. A confessional statement obtained under threat or promise or inducement cannot be considered as a proof of offence under Secof Indian Evidence Act.
Q29. When was the Indian Evidence Act enacted?
Q30. A person apprehending arrest for any offence purported to have been committed by him, can obtain "anticipatory" bail under which section of the Cr.PC?
Q31. No person shall be detained for more than 24 hours under Police Custody. Which section of the Cr.PC provides for such a condition?
Q32. Which section of CrPC prohibits the arrest of a woman between 6PM and 6 AM, without magesterial order ?
Q33. Armed Forces Personnel are protected under which section of CrPC from arrest, without a separate sanction from the Government?
Q34. Which section of the CrPC provided the arrested person the right to meet an advocate of his choice during interrogation?
Q35. Under which section of the Criminal Procedure Code a person can be arrested without a warrant?
Q36. Public Prosecutors (representing the Government) are appointed under which section of the Criminal Procedure Code?
Q37. When was the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) enacted?
Q38. "Defamation " is a regularly heard term, specially in the political and journalistic fields. For such an offence, a person is chargeable under Sec..of the IPC.
Q39. Making a false document or part of it, with an intention to cause damage to individual or society, and to commit a fraud on them is known as "forgery" (like affixing a signature of another person) and is chargeable under Sec. Of IPC.
Q40. 420 is almost a colloquial term. What does it actually mean in relation to the IPC?
Q41. The Planning Commission is always headed by....................
Q42. Three annual plans were launched during the years of .......
Q43. Of the following which one is not a centrally sponsored tax?
Q44. Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY) was launched in ......
Q45. "Structural unemployment" arises due to
Q46. The length of a rectangular plot is 4.5 times that of its breadth. If the area of that plot is 200 square metres, then what is its length? (SBI 2001)
Q47. What should be subtracted from 15, 28, 20 and 38 each so that the resultant numbers become proportional? (SBI 2001)
Q48. Aslam sold two vehicles for Rs.46000 each. If he gains 10% on the first and looses 10% on another, then what is his gain or loss percent in this transaction? (SBI 2001)
Q49. The cost price of a pen is Rs.79 and that of a pencil is Rs.109. What will be the cost price of six dozen pens and 9 dozen pencils approximately? (SBI 2001)
Q50. If 96 men can complete a work in 56 days working 5 hours per day, then in how many days 105 men will complete the same work by working 8 hours per day?
Q51. .............is the dead tissue in simple permanent tissue.
Q52. The cell wall is unevenly thickened and is confined to the corners of the cell in..............
Q53. The pulp of pyrus contain........
Q54. Xylos is a Greek word meaning:
Q55. The secondary xylem is derived from......
Q56. The conduction of water and mineral salts in tracheids takes place through...
Q57. .....................is absent in Gymnosperms and pteridophytes.
Q58. Guard cells are bounded by.........
Q59. ....................condition is the characteristic of roots.
Q60. .............belongs to the fundamental tissue.
Q61. The living cells that pass lelucoplasts are ..........
Q62. Exarch and polyarch xylem is the characteristic feature of which of the following?
Q63. Pholem fibre is a dead tissue because........
Q64. Pericycle is absent in which of the following?
Q65. In a monocot stem the vascular bundles are......
Q66. Leaf showing differentiation in mesophyll is known as ......
Q67. The palisade parenchyma in the mesophyll region is on ......... side.
Q68. The pith is also called as ..........
Q69. Wedge shaped vascular bundles are found in which of the following?
Q70. The Central part of the stem inner to the endodermis is called as.....
Q71. With which of the following Victor Meyer's test gives red colour?
Q72. What product is formed on the catalytic dehydrogenation of primary school?
Q73. Of the following which one resists oxidation?
Q74. The main content of alcoholic beverage is.......
Q75. Of the following compounds, which one yields primary alcohol by hydrolysis process?
Q76. From the following, indicate an example of a monohydric alcohol.
Q77. Glycerol is a/an
Q78. Phenol is converted to .......under Kolbe Schmidt reaction.
Q79. By what reaction p-hydroxy azo benzene is formed from phenol?
Q80. Phenol with 5% water is called as..
Q81. For conversion of sodium salicylate to phenol, which of the following reagent is used?
Q82. Benzyl alcohol is an example of .....
Q83. The compound in which one or two more hydroxyl groups are attached to benzene nucleus is called as .....
Q84. Which of the following is used in copying inks and stamp pad inks?
Q85. Bismuth nitrate converts glycerol to
Q86. The secondary alcoholic group present is glycerol is..
Q87. How do we call the reaction of triglyceride with alkali?
Q88. Of the following acids, which one is not considered as "fatty acid"?
Q89. What is the IUPAC name for glycerol?
Q90. What is the chemical name for Terylene?
Q91. Identify the reagent used for the dihydroxylation of alkene?
Q92. What color is formed by Isopropyl alcohol in Victor Meyer Test?
Q93. When t-butyl alcohol react with copper at 573 K, what type of reaction take place?
Q94. What product is obtained when tert.butyl alcohol react with copper at 573K?
Q95. Which of the following reactions take place when ethanol reacts with alumina at 620 K?
Q96. From the following, indicate which one does not give turbidity at room temperature in Lucas Test?
Q97. Of the following statements, which one is true about alcohol?
Q98. Which of the following is the reason for considering alcohols as "associated liquids?
Q99. 1-butanol and 2-methyl-1-propanol are examples of which of the following?
Q100. What is the IUPAC name for tertiary butyl alcohol?
Q101. What is the other name for methyl alcohol?
Q102. Ethylene glycol is an example of which of the following?
Q103. Which of the following compound does not react with Lucas reagent?
Q104. Which of the following forms an active component of dynamite?
Q105. What is the number of secondary alcoholic group in glycerol?
Q106. Which of the following alcohol is obtained by the hydrolysis of oils and fats?
Q107. In which of the following areas, Glycerol is used?
Q108. With which of the following ethylene glycol forms terylene?
Q109. Which of the following compound undergoes bromination easily?
Q110. Ethylene glycol exhibits what type of isomerism?
Q111. What will happened to the mass number when gamma particle is emitted?
Q112. What will happen when the direction of current in conductor is reversed, then the deflection of the needle of the compass placed near a current carrying conductor ?
Q113. What will be the resistance when the length of a wire is halved?
Q114. What will happen when a ray of light passes from a denser to rarer medium?
Q115. What will happen when monochromatic light passes from denser to a rarer medium?
Q116. What will be the charge on the other body, when a charged body attracts another body?
Q117. What will be the angle of reflection if light falls normally on the reflecting surface?
Q118. What was the conclusion of the atom by the discovery of natural radioactivity?
Q119. What type of reactor is in Kalpakkam?
Q120. What type of lens the water drop acts like?
Q121. What substances can convection happen in?
Q122. What type of fuel is wood?
Q123. What problem does sulfur dioxide cause?
Q124. What rays are produced when the accelerated electrons strike the tungsten?
Q125. What should be the maximum velocity of water in pipe of diameter 5 em so that the flow is lamina?
Q126. What particle is obtained during the conversion of proton into neutron?
Q127. What is unit of humidity of atmosphere?
Q128. What is used to detect the presence of un seen water objects
Q129. What is the work done in moving a charge (q) between two points in an electric field?
Q130. What is the work to lift an object of mass 1 kg to a vertical height of 1 m?
Q131. Grenada the island nation is situated in ........
Q132. The Northern most limit of India is ............
Q133. The Southern most limit of India's mainland is ...............
Q134. Pacific Ring of Fire is associated with ..........
Q135. Arrange the following three atmospheric layers starting from the surface of the earth: {A} Stratosphere {B} Ionosphere {C} Troposphere
Q136. Largest plateau of India is ...........
Q137. The world's wettest spot is ....
Q138. Duncan Pass is located between
Q139. In an oil well, what is the ascending order (from bottom) of oil, water and gas?
Q140. Who prepares the topographical maps of India?
Q141. India's first heavy water plant was set up in .....
Q142. When was the Universal Declaration of Human Rights adopted by the UN General Assembly?
Q143. The decade 1991-2000 was designated as the decade of ----------- by the UN
Q144. The UNICEF - United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund was established in the year.....
Q145. The World Trade Organisation replaced the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) in the year......
Q146. Where is the World Bank (also known as the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development) located?
Q147. How many judges will be there in the International Court of Justice?
Q148. Amont the following who is the first receipient of Bharat Ratna?
Q149. Economic and Social Council of UN consists of ------ members.
Q150. How many players will be there in a team of rugby?
Q151. Among the following who was the first Secretary General of United Nations?
Q152. Which of the following Tiger Reserve is not correctly matched?
Q153. Who was the first receipient of Dada Saheb Phalke Award?
Q154. Who was the last Governor General of India?
Q155. Which of the following was added as the official language of the United Nations?
Q156. As of now how many official languages are there for U.N.?
Q157. Where was the first regular session of the General Assembly of the UN held?
Q158. In which year United Nations Organization came into existence?
Q159. On which date United Nations Organisation came into existence?
Q160. Which of the following thermal power project is not correctly matched?
Q161. Who among the following was the first Chief Election Commissioner of India?
Q162. Pick the wrongly matched Nobel Prize winners of India?
Q163. Who among the following is the first receipient of Jnanpith Award?
Q164. Among the following who was the first Chief Justice of India?
Q165. Among the following who did not act as the President of India?
Q166. Who was the first and the only Indian Governor General of independent India
Q167. Who was the first Governor General of independent India?
Q168. Who was the first Governor General of India?
Q169. The largest country in the world is......
Q170. World's tallest minaret is with Hassan II Mosque. Where is it located?
Q171. Where is the world's largest fresh water located?
Q172. Which is the world's longest river?
Q173. Which is the largest fresh water lake in the world?
Q174. Indonesia is the largest archipelago in the world. It comprises of approximately how many islands?
Q175. In the question below is given four statements, followed by four conclusions numbeFF0000 (1), (2), (3) and (4). You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts. STATEMENTS: All houses are rooms. All rooms are baskets. All baskets are tyres. Some tyres are lanterns. CONCLUSIONS: (1) Some lanterns are rooms. (2) Some tyres are houses. (3) Some tyres are rooms. (4) All houses are baskets.
Q176. In the question below is given a statement followed by two assumptions numbeFF0000 1 and 2. You have to consider the statement and the following assumptions and decide which of the assumptions is implicit in the statement. Give answer: STATEMENT: In view of the severe heat wave passing through the state, the government has asked all the schools to remain closed for the next fortnight with immediate effect. ASSUMPTIONS: (1) The heat wave may not continue beyond a fortnight. (2) The parents of the students may not allow their wards to attend school even after a fortnight.
Q177. In a certain code SHOULDER is written as VPITQDCK. How is MORNINGS written in that code?
Q178. If it is possible to make only one meaningful English word with the first, the fifth, the ninth and the tenth letters of the word SEQUENTIAL, which of the following will be the second letter of that word? If no such word can be formed, give X as your answer and if more than one such word can be formed, give Y as your answer.
Q179. How many such pairs of letters are there in the word CHRONICLE each of which has as many letters between them in the word as in the English alphabet?
Q180. 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) Each (P) if it was working (Q) had to be tested to be sure (R) parts of the rocket (S) of the many (6) perfectly.
Q181. Pick an alternative for the idionm/phrase: "Take to one's heels".
Q182. 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). When I first started my school (1) / my boys had (2) / no evident love for music. (3) / No error.(4)
Q183. 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) He instructed his stable master to give him the fastest of all the horses he had. (B) Akbar was embarassed and in turn gifted the Sage a horse cart and made the stable master its driver in order to punish him. (C) After a few days Akbar saw the sage walking again and asked him where the horse was. (D) Once Akbar saw a Sage walking and decided to gift him a horse. (E) The Sage answered, ; My Lord, the horse gifted to me was so fast that it crossed the distance from earth to heaven in one night." (F) However, it so happened that the stable master gave him a frail and sick horse which died the same night it was gifted to the Sage. Which of the above sentences should be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement?
Q184. Arrange the following six sentences A, B, C, D, E and F to make it a meaningful paragraph and then answer the question. (A) The dwindling down was because the boy had discovered that it was easier to hold his temper than to drive nails into the fence. (B) Once there was a little boy who had a very bad temper. (C) Finally, the day came when the boy didn't lose his temper at all. (D) The first day the boy had driven 37 nails into the fence. (E) Over the next few weeks, as he learned to control his anger, the number of nails hammered daily gradually dwindled down. (F) His father gave him a bag of nails and told him that every time he lost his temper, he must hammer a nail into the fence. Which of the above six sentences should be the SIXTH (LAST) sentence after rearrangement?
Q185. 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). A computer virus works exactly (1) / like the biological variety (2) / which invade the human body. (3) / No error. (4)
Q186. I am a teacher. ..........do you do? Nice to meet you.
Q187. Pick an alternative for the idiom/phrase: "To keep up one's appearances"
Q188. What is the name for the tax (in place of wealth tax) imposed on persons having more than one crore as annual income?
Q189. What is the name of the scheme introduced by the Central Government for employment of rural youth?
Q190. In which state of India, an organization, to preserve and protect the Gangetic Dolphins, has been established. In which State?
Q191. Which of the following is the correct ascending order?
Q192. The system unit of a personal computer typically contains all of the following except
Q193. Father of "e;C"e; programming language
Q194. This part of operating system manages the essential peripherals, such as the keyboard, screen, disk drives, and parallen and serial ports .........
Q195. Dr.E.F.Codd represented .....rules that a database must obey if it has to be considered truly relational.
Q196. Incomplete recovery can be done up to
Q197. Expand MDI
Q198. Netscape navigator was introduced in the year
Q199. .......is an electronic device that process data, converting it into information.
Q200. Pick the valid statement. In the following domain address ... http://www.microsoft.com/msoffice/train_cert/word.htm

 

 

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