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Q1. Which southern dynasty played an important role in the tripartite struggle?
Q2. At which place excavations have taken place related to the Vedic age?
Q3. When did Ashoka the Mauryan ruler begin to issue edicts?
Q4. The Uttiramerur inscriptions belong to which period of which king?
Q5. Which of the following is the main source for the study of village government under the Cholas?
Q6. For which of the following the Chola age was very famous?
Q7. Which city from the following became the important one under Harsha's rule?
Q8. The most important consequence of the 'Dharmashastras' prohibiting Indians from making sea voyages and visiting foreign lands was that.........
Q9. King Harsha's reign extended over ....?
Q10. Samudragupa's achievements are mentioned in the .......?
Q11. Which of the following gives detailed information on Harsha? kalhan kalidasa bana harisena
Q12. The effects of the Kalinga War on King Ashoka are found in?
Q13. During whose reign Megasthenes visited India?
Q14. Which is the oldest dynasty among the following?
Q15. Who among the following assumed the title of 'Vikramaaditya'?
Q16. Fa-hien the Chinese traveller visited India during reign of...?
Q17. Who among the following was a ruler of the Kushana Dynasty?
Q18. Who among the following were the contemporaries of Kanishka?
Q19. Megasthenes came to India as the ambassador of .........?
Q20. Among the following Indian rulers, who conquered Java and Sumatra?
Q21. PM Jawaharlal Nehru's first council of ministers had how many ministers?
Q22. Which US President spent the longest time in office?
Q23. Who holds the record for being the longest serving femal Prime Minister, including broken spells?
Q24. Who succeeded Stalin as Soviet Union Prime Minister?
Q25. Which is the world's only predominantly Jewish state?
Q26. Which are two Asian countries that have given two UN Secretary Generals?
Q27. Which one of the following countries was suspended from the commonwealth in September 2009?
Q28. Who was the Indian Prime Minister at the time of Queen Elizabeth II's coronation?
Q29. In which country was the "Climate Summit 2009" was held?
Q30. Who was the Chairman of the 12th Finance Commission?
Q31. Who was the first female Cabinet Minister of India?
Q32. Who was the only US President to also serve as Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court?
Q33. What is the name for the parliamentary republic that replaced the imperial government of Germany?
Q34. How many districts are there in Ladakh?
Q35. Who was the only Lok Sabha Speaker to become the President of India?
Q36. Which High Court of India has legal jurisdiction over the Andaman and Nicobar Islands?
Q37. Which German statesman was known as the "Iron Chancellor"?
Q38. In which year India's first elected Parliament came into existence?
Q39. Who was the first Law Minister of independent India?
Q40. How many member states are there in Commonwealth?
Q41. Who among the following is the ex-officio Secretary of National Development Council?
Q42. How many members are there in the Planning Commission?
Q43. What does "Trickle down Theory of Development" indicate?
Q44. ..................does not grant any tax rebate.
Q45. Which of the following pair is not correctly matched?
Q46. A's age after 12 years will be equal to the ages of A and B together now. If after 12 years the ages will be in ratio 5:4, what are their ages now?
Q47. In a election between two candidates one got 55% of the total valid votes. 20% of the votes were invalid. If the total votes were 7,500, what was the number of valid votes that the other person got?
Q48. A tank is completely filled in 16 Hrs but takes four hours more to fill because of a leak in the bottom of the tank. What time will the leak take to empty the completely filled tank?
Q49. A man's basic pay for a 40 hrs a week is Rs.20/-. Overtime is paid for at 25% above the basic rate. In a certain week he worked overtime and his total wage was Rs.25/-. He therefore, worked for a total of....
Q50. Three partners A, B and C invest Rs.4000/-, Rs.12000/- and Rs.20000/- respectively in a business. Out of a profit of Rs.9000/-, B's share is
Q51. What increases the pain of arthritis in the knee?
Q52. What is the expected life span for the latest implants in knee replacement surgery?
Q53. What is Minimally Invasive Knee Replacement Surgery?
Q54. What are the advantages of Minimally Invasive Knee Replacement Surgery?
Q55. The following diseases are contagious except...............
Q56. Causes of Haemorrhagic fever:
Q57. Crimean Congo Haemorrhagic Fever is endemic in the following areas except:
Q58. Crimean Congo Haemorrhagic Fever is transmitted via ...........
Q59. Crimean Congo Haemorrhagic Fever causes diseases in .....................
Q60. Symptoms of Crimean Congo Haemorrhagic Fever :
Q61. The following are at risk of developing infection with Crimean Congo Haemorrhagic Fever?
Q62. Crimean Congo Haemorrahagic Fever can be prevented by:
Q63. Crimean Congo Haemorrhagic Fever can be treated with the following except...............
Q64. Which is the least common disease in India?
Q65. Strict vegetarians lack the following nutrients in their diets?
Q66. Which of the following is good cholesterol?
Q67. Good cholesterol in our body is increased by...................
Q68. Vitamin C is required for all of the following except ...............
Q69. The vitamin in our body which requires exposure to the sun for its production is .................
Q70. Which of the following are required for building muscle mass
Q71. A student is not able to see clearly the question written on a black board placed at a distance of 5 m from him. He is suffering from
Q72. A straight wire of length 0.4 meter and carrying a current of 1. 5n is placed perpendicular in uniform magnetic field of induction 3 tesla. What is the force on the wire?
Q73. A stone released from the roof of a building, it reaches the ground in 2 sec. What is the height of the building?
Q74. A stone falling towards the earth
Q75. A stone dropped from a height of 1 m, will take a time of ............ second to reach the ground.
Q76. A spring scale reads 20 N as it pulls a 5 kg mass across a table. What is the magnitude of the force exerted by the mass?
Q77. A spring scale reads 10 N as it pulls 5 kg mass across a table. What is the magnitude of the force exerted by mass on the spring scale? [action and reaction force are equals]
Q78. A spherical mirror and a thin spherical lens have each a focal length of 15 cm. The mirror and the lens are likely to be
Q79. A sound wave has a frequency of 1000 Hz and a wavelength of 32 cm. What is the velocity of the sound wave?
Q80. A solar water heater cannot be used to get hot water on
Q81. A skydiver with an unopened parachute is an example for
Q82. A Skater who spins in place pulls her arm to increase the rotational speed exhibiting
Q83. A scooter generally slips on an oily road, why?
Q84. A satellite is moving around the earth in a circular orbit with a velocity V. If the gravitational force of the earth were to suddenly disappear, then the satellite would
Q85. A roti maker of 1000 W power is used daily for 15 minutes. The weekly expense on using it. when the cost per unit is Rs 3 is
Q86. A ray of light travels from water to air, if the angle of incidence is 50 degree, then the angle of refraction
Q87. A ray of light travelling in air falls obliquely on the surface of a calm pond, it will
Q88. A ray of light passing through the focus of the mirror; after reflection
Q89. A ray of light of wavelength 5890 suffers refraction through a glass medium, if the refractive index of glass is 6/4, what is the wave length of light?
Q90. A ray of light is incident on the pole of a concave mirror at angle of 70 degree. At what angle will it reflect?
Q91. Who first put forward the idea of a dark star /black hole, a body with so much mass that even light cannot escape it?
Q92. ...........river receives Kabul river and its tributaries near Attock in Punjab province of Pakistan.
Q93. "Polynesia" is a region in....
Q94. Consider the following countries : (1) Australia (2) Namibia (3) Brazil (4) Chile. Through which of the above does the Tropic of Capricorn pass?
Q95. Where are the Balearic Islands located?
Q96. A light year, the distance travelled by light in a vaccum in one Julian year is equal to....
Q97. With nearly 43% share, what is the abundant compound by weight in the Earth's crust?
Q98. Archeozoic Era literally means....
Q99. What type of astronomical body is Hale-Bopp?
Q100. In Astronomy, what is made up of the three starts Alnitak, Alnilam and Mintaka?
Q101. Kundah hydro electric project is located in ......
Q102. Matatilla multipurpose project is located in ........
Q103. Neyveli thermal power project is located in ...........
Q104. Hirakud multipurpose project is located across ..........
Q105. Neyveli thermal power project is based on ........................
Q106. Tungabhadra multipurpose project is shared between
Q107. Kothagudem thermal power project is located in.........
Q108. Koyna Hydroelectric power project is located in........
Q109. Dhuvaran Thermal Power Project is located in..........
Q110. Nagarjunasagar project is located across................river.
Q111. Which state of India has the highest cattle population?
Q112. Periyar Sanctuary in Kerala is famous for ...............
Q113. Ghana Bird Sanctuary is located in .....................
Q114. Kaziranga Wild Life Sanctuary is famous for one horned rhinoceros. Where is it?
Q115. Manas Wild Life Sanctuary in Assam is famous for ...................
Q116. The only National Park for Wild Ass is located in ..........
Q117. Corbett National Park is in ...............
Q118. Which of the following National Parks is home for the Asiatic Lions?
Q119. Bandipore National Park is in .......
Q120. Nili is a breed of buffalo mainly found in ....................
Q121. Mehsana breed of buffalo is mainly found in....................
Q122. Identify the twin cities from the following:
Q123. An important cash crop of Punjab is ................
Q124. The Chipko movement (environment protection) was started in the year ..........
Q125. The branch of study that deals with the organism and its environment is known as ....
Q126. Match the following properly: A) Chipko Movement 1. Uttar Pradesh B) Narmada Bachao Andolan 2. Ernest Heckel C) Sundarlal Bahuguna 3. Ecologist D) Coined the term econology 4. Medha Patkar.
Q127. The famous "Kariba Dam" is located across the river ..................
Q128. ..................is known as the Sugar Bowl of the world.
Q129. Leeds in UK is famous for ................industries.
Q130. Match the following places and industries: A) Vienna 1)Textiles B) Havana 2) Steel C) Chicago 3) Glass D) Dundee 4) Cigars
Q131. Philadelphia in USA is famous for the manufacture of .................
Q132. Which country is the largest manufacturers of Cars?
Q133. ...............is the largest producers of Cement.
Q134. The largest producer of fish in the world is ..................
Q135. Each of the five persons A, B, C, D and E possesses unequal number ( <10 ) of similar items. A, B and possess 21 items in all, while C, D and E possess 6 items in all. How many items do A and B possess in all?
Q136. Complete the series: 1, 5, 8, 10, 11, ?
Q137. A box contains 5 sets of balls while there are 3 balls in each set. Each set of balls has one colour which is different from every other set. What is the least number of balls that must be removed from the box in order to claim with certainty that a pair of balls of the above same colour has been removed?
Q138. A mixed doubles tennis game is to be played between two teams (each team consists of one male and one female). There are 4 married couples. No team is to consist of a husband and his wife. What is the maximum number of games that can be played?
Q139. P, Q, R, S and T reside in a 5 storeyed (Ground + 4) building, and each of them resides on a separate floor. Further, (1) T does not reside on the topmost floor. (2) Q does not reside on the ground floor (3) S resides on one storey above that of P and one storey below that of R. To know as to which one of the 5 persons resides on the ground floor which of the above statements are sufficient/insufficient?
Q140. Given below are a group of sentences which are improperly sequenced. Arrange them to proper order to make a meaningful paragraph and answer the question that follows: (A) So, the Sun retired behind a cloud and the Wind began to blow hard upon the traveller. (B) The Sun and the Wind were disputing who was stronger between them. (C) But the harder he blew the more closely the traveller wrapped his coat around him. (D) Then the sun came out and shone in all his glory upon the traveller, who soon found it too hot to walk with his coat on. (E) Suddenly they saw a traveller walking down the road, and the Sun said, "e;I see a way to settle our dispute"e;. (F) Whichever of us can cause the traveller below to take off his coat shall be regarded as the stronger one. From the above six sentences, which one should come FIRST ?
Q141. Given below are a group of sentences which are improperly sequenced. Arrange them to proper order to make a meaningful paragraph and answer the question that follows: (A) So, the Sun retired behind a cloud and the Wind began to blow hard upon the traveller. (B) The Sun and the Wind were disputing who was stronger between them. (C) But the harder he blew the more closely the traveller wrapped his coat around him. (D) Then the sun came out and shone in all his glory upon the traveller, who soon found it too hot to walk with his coat on. (E) Suddenly they saw a traveller walking down the road, and the Sun said, "e;I see a way to settle our dispute"e;. (F) Whichever of us can cause the traveller below to take off his coat shall be regarded as the stronger one. From the above six sentences, which one should come FIFTH ?
Q142. Given below are a group of sentences which are improperly sequenced. Arrange them to proper order to make a meaningful paragraph and answer the question that follows: (A) So, the Sun retired behind a cloud and the Wind began to blow hard upon the traveller. (B) The Sun and the Wind were disputing who was stronger between them. (C) But the harder he blew the more closely the traveller wrapped his coat around him. (D) Then the sun came out and shone in all his glory upon the traveller, who soon found it too hot to walk with his coat on. (E) Suddenly they saw a traveller walking down the road, and the Sun said, "e;I see a way to settle our dispute"e;. (F) Whichever of us can cause the traveller below to take off his coat shall be regarded as the stronger one. From the above six sentences, which one should come FOURTH ?
Q143. Given below are a group of sentences which are improperly sequenced. Arrange them to proper order to make a meaningful paragraph and answer the question that follows: (A) So, the Sun retired behind a cloud and the Wind began to blow hard upon the traveller. (B) The Sun and the Wind were disputing who was stronger between them. (C) But the harder he blew the more closely the traveller wrapped h;is coat around him. (D) Then the sun came out and shone in all his glory upon the traveller, who soon found it too hot to walk with his coat on. (E) Suddenly they saw a traveller walking down the road, and the Sun said, "e;I see a way to settle our dispute"e;. (F) Whichever of us can cause the traveller below to take off his coat shall be regarded as the stronger one. From the above six sentences, which one should come SIXTH ?
Q144. Give 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) When a boy grows into a young man, he finds himself in a new and strange world (P) The relationship remains, but its nature changes. (Q) The emotional ties that he had with them are now loosened (R) The old pattern of his life in which his parents were the nucleus around which his life revolved now undergoes a change (S) He finds in himself an emotional void which he must somehow fill. (6) At this stage of life he is like a body without a soul or a flower without fragrance.
Q145. Given below are a group of sentences which are improperly sequenced. Arrange them to proper order to make a meaningful paragraph and answer the question that follows: (A) Doctors wax eloquent on how a cracy routine can cause anything from high blood pressure and cholesterol to heart diseses, ulcers, arthritis and body aches. (B) What not too many people have focused in is the impact of stress on the mental health of a person (C) There has been a lot of debate on the effect of stress on the physical well being of an individual. (D) The net result: low self esteem, poor concentration, indecision, job dissatisfaction and so on. (E) High stress and the inability to cope leads to anger, anxiety, depression, nervousness, irritability, tension, boredom etc., Which of the above sentences comes FIRST ?
Q146. In the question, a part of the sentence is highlighted. Replace the highlighted part with the options given which may improve the sentence. "e;She loved buying fashionable clothes and spent quite an amounts of money on them."e;
Q147. Given below are a group of sentences which are improperly sequenced. Arrange them to proper order to make a meaningful paragraph and answer the question that follows: (A) Doctors was eloquent on how a cracy routine can cause anything from high blood pressure and cholesterol to heart diseses, ulcers, arthritis and body aches. (B) What not too many people have focused in is the impact of stress on the mental health of a person (C) There has been a lot of debate on the effect of stress on the physical well being of an individual. (D) The net result: low self esteem, poor concentration, indecision, job dissatisfaction and so on. (E) High stress and the inability to cope leads to anger, anxiety, depression, nervousness, irritability, tension, boredom etc., Which of the above sentences comes THIRD ?
Q148. On May 30, 2015, a special currency paper manufacturing unit was inaugurated in Madhya Pradesh by Central Minister Arun Jaitley. Where?
Q149. ""Indian Constitution Basic Structure - An Overview"" -- a book by ......... was released on May 30, 2015 at the Tamilnadu Governor Bungalow.
Q150. On May 29, 2015, in one of the Indian International Airport, leakage of Iodine 131, an radio active isotope created a big scare. Which airport?
Q151. A piece of hardware tht is used to enter information into the computer by using keys .........
Q152. You organize files by storing them in .........
Q153. Which structure indicates many to many relation?
Q154. To overcome the difficulties of race around condition which of the following flip flop is used?
Q155. ALTER TABLE command can be used to...
Q156. Which of the following search engines continuously sends out that starts on a homepage of a server and pursue all links stepwise?
Q157. The hexadecimal equivalent of a binary number 10011010 is
Q158. .........search method is conducted for a specific title, domain, URL, or host.
Q159. ....key is to be pressed to delete the misspelled and the word is retyped?
Q160. .........is the most widely used input device.

 

 

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