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Test No :53

Q1. During the reign of which kingdom the village community got a lot of power?
Q2. The Indus valley civilization was non-aryan because
Q3. Which one throws light on Harappan culture?
Q4. Which is the most venerated animal of the Indus people?
Q5. Mohenjodaro is locally known as the Mound of the ....?
Q6. Among the following whose name is most associated with Indus valley civilization?
Q7. What is the salient feature of the Rig Vedic religion?
Q8. What represents the most significant feature of the Indus Valley civilization?
Q9. Indus valley civilization was mainly spread in the region of...?
Q10. Which one of the following was the staple food of Indus people?
Q11. Among the following which of them possibly ruled the Indus people?
Q12. Among the following animals which one was unknown for the Indus Valley people?
Q13. What was the script used by the Indus Valley people?
Q14. Relate rice cultivation with the Harappan site given....?
Q15. Which metal was not known to the Indus valley people?
Q16. Among the following which Harappan site is not in India?
Q17. Lothal and Kalibangan are places associated with the civilization of ..............
Q18. What was the port town of the Indus Valley civilization?
Q19. The Indus Valley civilization people specialized in....
Q20. The Indus Vallely civilization people mainly worshipped
Q21. Representation to States in the Rajya Sabha has been made on the basis of
Q22. As of 2012, what is the salary of the Chief Justice of India?
Q23. Consider the following statements and pick the one/s which is/are correct: (1) The Chairman and Deputy Chairman of the Rajya Sabha are not the members of that House. (2) While the nominated members of the two Houses of the Parliament have no voting right in the presidential election, they have the right to vote in the election of the Vice President.
Q24. What is the salary of the President of India?
Q25. What is the salary of the Vice President of India?
Q26. Who among the following can participate in the Parliament proceedings without being a member of the house?
Q27. The writ "certiorari" ensures.
Q28. The maximum period of emergency that can be in force in a state is ..
Q29. Campaigning in elections should be stopped
Q30. Who, by virtue of the position held, becomes the "Supreme Commander " of the armed forces?
Q31. The Preamble of our Constitution envisages.
Q32. The writ "Quo Warranto" ensures..
Q33. The writ " Habeas Corpus " ensures ..
Q34. The Union Budget is normally presented on the .
Q35. Imposition of emergency automatically suspends the.
Q36. The most powerful agency for the formation of public opinion is through
Q37. The basis for classifying a government as Unitary or Federal is the relationship between .and .. .
Q38. When no party has got absolute majority to form a government, emergency can be imposed. True or False?
Q39. Who can recommend the creation or abolition of Legislative Council in a State?
Q40. Which Article of the Constitution states that the quorum to constitute a meeting of either House of Parliament can be one tenth of the total number of members of that House?
Q41. Consider the following statements regarding India's Five Year Plans and pick the CORRECT one: {1} The Second Five Year Plan emphasised on the establishment of heavy industries. {2} The Third Five Year Plan introduced the concept of import substitution as a strategy for industrialisation.
Q42. "Lakdawala Methodology" refers to ........
Q43. As per the recent guidelines of the Reserve Bank of India (February 2013), what is the minimum period of track record of any sector required for establishing a Bank in India?
Q44. Consider the following taxes and state which of them is/are Direct Tax/es? {1} Fringe Benefit Tax {2} Interest Tax {3} Securities Transaction Tax
Q45. .................is not a quantitative measure for credit control.
Q46. A sum of Rs.210 was distributed among A, B and C. If A gets Rs.2 B gets Rs.3, and if B gets Rs.4, C gets Rs.5. What is the share of A?
Q47. Mr.Ashok's monthly salary is Rs.22500. He took a loan of Rs.30000 on simple interest for 3 years at the rate of 5% p.a. The amount that he will be paying as simple interest in 3 years is what percent of his monthly salary?
Q48. Find the capital required to earn a monthly interest of Rs.600 at 6% per annum at simple interest?
Q49. If ab+25, the minimum value of a+b is equal to......
Q50. In a mixture of 45 litres, the ratio of milk and water is 3:2. How much water must be added to make the ratio 9:11?
Q51. What are probiotics?
Q52. What is a common dietary substance in everyday use which acts as a probiotic?
Q53. Which dietary habits predispose people to heart diseases?
Q54. All of the following act as antioxidants in our body except
Q55. What is the most common symptom associated with the onset of osteoporosis?
Q56. Physicala exercise can help reduce the risk of getting osteoporosis>
Q57. Breast Cancer occurs only in older women.
Q58. A PAP smear is a test to detect ...................
Q59. A stroke is a condition, which occurs due to loss of blood supply to the .......
Q60. All of the following can be the presenting symptoms of a stroke except.................
Q61. How long from the onset of symptoms should treatment for a paralytic stroke be given to be effective?
Q62. All of the following are the risk factors (causing strokes) except
Q63. The following test is performed to diagnose a patient who has had an acute stroke:
Q64. All of the following about progressive memory loss in older people are true except.............
Q65. All the following statements about epilepsy or fits are true except...............
Q66. People who have had recent epileptic fits should avoid..........
Q67. Botox (Botulinum toxin) is effectively used for treating all the following conditions except:
Q68. People suffering from repeated headaches due to migraine should..........
Q69. Which is the most mobile joint among these?
Q70. Which joint amongst these is a ball and socket joint?
Q71. A ray of light is incident on a plane minor making an angle 30 degree with plane mirror. What is the angle between the incident and the reflected ray? .
Q72. A ray of light appearing to meet the principal focus of concave lens, after refraction
Q73. A proton has the same mass as
Q74. A ray emerging from a point on the object, passing through the centre of curvature c, strikes the mirror normally. What is the angle of incidence?
Q75. A proton has approximately the same mass as
Q76. A positive charge projected towards east is deflected to wards north by a magnetic field. The magnetic field is directed
Q77. A point of light is placed in front of a mirror:
Q78. A point object is placed at a distance of 30 m from a convex mirror of focal length 30 cm. The image will form at
Q79. A planet is moving around the sun in a circular orbit of circumference C. What is the work done on the planet by the gravitational force F of the sun? [W = FS cosS, S = 90; cos 90 degree = 0]
Q80. A plane mirror reflects a beam of light to form a real image. The incident beam is
Q81. A plane mirror produces a reversal effect, where left side of the object seems to be right. What is this property?
Q82. A plane mirror of height 3.5 ft is used to see the entire image of a girl, the height of the girl is
Q83. A plane mirror can form an inverted image, when the object is placed
Q84. A plane glass slab is kept over various coloured letters. which letter does appear least raised?
Q85. A piece of wire of resistance R is cut into three equal parts. These parts are then connected in parallel. If the equivalent of this combination is R1, then ratio R/R1 is
Q86. A person of 160 cm height wants to see his full image in a mirror. The minimum length of the mirror he needs to see his full image is .........
Q87. A person is suffering from both defects of vision myopia and hypermetropia. He should use
Q88. A person has been standing on his place holding suitcase of 10 kg for 10 min. Work done is
Q89. A person cannot see objects clearly beyond 50 cm. The power of the lens to correct the vision is ...........
Q90. A nuclear reaction is ..............
Q91. The time needed for the solar system to revolve once around the centre of the Milky Way is known as ....
Q92. If it is Vatican City for Rome, what is it for South Africa?
Q93. Which mountain is the tallest in Europe?
Q94. Which strait separates Korea from Japan?
Q95. Which are the only two planets in the solar system without moons?
Q96. Which of the following lakes is the world's largest freshwater lake by surface area?
Q97. Which of these African nations is not landlocked?
Q98. Which river is named after a mythical nation of female warriors?
Q99. In which century Edmund Halley determine the periodicity of the comet named after him?
Q100. Which of these was earth's first super continent?
Q101. The largest producer of long staple cotton is ...................
Q102. The country to have largest cattle population is ...................
Q103. Largest producer of Barley is............................
Q104. Largest state to produce Tobacco in India is ................
Q105. Largest producer of Tobacco is ...................
Q106. The largest producer of groundnuts is...............
Q107. The most important activity in the Tundra regions is ...................
Q108. Pulicat (Lake) in Tiruvallue District of Tamilnadu houses the cemetry of .............rulers.
Q109. Pick the wrongly matched one: A) Papuans - New Guinea B) Kikuyu - Kenya C)Pygmies - Zaire Basin and D) Veddas - Nepal
Q110. Pick the correctly matched pair: A) Gonds - Afghanistan B)Lapps - Philippines C)Eskimo - Canada D)Oran - Finland
Q111. The indigenous people who lived in the erstwhile Steppes of Russia are the .......
Q112. Lapps are the inhabitants of .........
Q113. Which of the following groups inhabit the Asiatic Tundra region?
Q114. The homeland of the Yakut Tribes is................
Q115. Bindibu are natives of which of the following countries?
Q116. Native American Indians are known as..............
Q117. Polynesians are believed to be a subgroup of...............
Q118. Most middle east people belong to ................group of people.
Q119. To which group most Indians belong?
Q120. Who has been named "Newsmaker of the year" by the reputed journal Nature in 2007?
Q121. GP Sippy, who died recently(2007), was a(n)
Q122. Which is the largest temple in the World?
Q123. The UN has declared 2008 as the International Year of .......... .
Q124. From health point of view ...........is the ideal way of disposal.
Q125. Conservation of water in industries can be done by......
Q126. "Isochrones" are lines joining places with equal......................
Q127. Who gave the nickname "Old Glory" to the US Flag?
Q128. Which Greek Goddess of victory is depicted on Olympic Medals?
Q129. Who is the first person to win a decathlon twice in a row in the Olympics?
Q130. Which cricketer holds the record for hitting the maximum number of sixes in a single ODI innings?
Q131. Why does Indian Cricket Captain M S Dhoni prefer to have 7 in his jersey?
Q132. Which of the following countries does not allow movie theatres?
Q133. U R Anantamurthy, a Jnanpith Award Winner, is a doyen of which Indian Language?
Q134. The Royal Palace and Fortress of Queen of England is commonly known as...
Q135. In a tournament each of the participants was to play one match against each of the other participants. 3 players fell ill after each of them had played three matches and had to leave the tournament. What was the total number of participants at the beginning, if the total number of matches played was 75?
Q136. Each of the 3 persons is to be given some identical items such that product of the numbers of items received by each of the three persons is equal to 30. In how many maximum different ways can this distribution be done?
Q137. 6 equidistant vertical lines are drawn on a board. 6 equidistant horizontal lines are also drawn on the board cutting the 6 vertical lines, and the distance between any two consecutive horizontal lines is equal to that between any two consecutive vertical lines. What is the maximum number of squares thus formed?
Q138. Fill the blank in the question mark: A, C, F, ?, O
Q139. Six faces of a cube are numbeFF0000 from 1 to 6, each face carrying one different number. Further, (1) The face 2 is opposite to the face 6 (2) The face 1 is opposite to the face 5 (3) The face 3 is between the face 1 and the face 5 (4) The face 4 is adjacent to the face 2. In this context, which one of the following is correct?
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) 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 FOURTH ?
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) 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 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) 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 SECOND?
Q143. Fill the blank: I want to be a teacher when I ...........
Q144. Rearrange the following six sentences A to F in proper order and then 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 "e;My Lord, the horse gifted to me was so fast that it crossed the distance from earth to heaven in one night"e;. (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 should be the SIXTH (LAST) sentence after rearrangement?
Q145. Rearrange the following six sentences A to F in proper order and then 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 "e;My Lord, the horse gifted to me was so fast that it crossed the distance from earth to heaven in one night"e;. (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 should be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement?
Q146. Rearrange the following six sentences A to F in proper order and then 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 "e;My Lord, the horse gifted to me was so fast that it crossed the distance from earth to heaven in one night"e;. (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 following should be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement?
Q147. Rearrange the following six sentences A to F in proper order and then 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 "e;My Lord, the horse gifted to me was so fast that it crossed the distance from earth to heaven in one night"e;. (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 should be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement?
Q148. On May 29, 2015, Muhammad Buhari became the President of ..........., an African country.
Q149. In May 2015, Sepp Blatter became the President of International Football Federation - FIFA -- for the fifth time. To Which country he belonged?
Q150. On May 28, 2015 ...........became the royal customary king of the Wodeyar Dynasty in Mysuru.
Q151. What is the name of list that sotres the URL's of web pages and links visited in past few days?
Q152. Which term identifies a specific computer on the web and the main page of the entire site?
Q153. The extension of Batch file is .....
Q154. Wasting of memories within a partition, due to a difference in size of a partition and of the object resident within it, is called .........
Q155. Gaining entry to a network pretending to be at a legitimate computer is referred to as ......
Q156. Developing sets of instructions for the computer to follow and to do the task the same way as many times as needed is known as .........
Q157. When a DBMS detect ......a chooses one of the transaction as the 'loser' and rolls back that transaction
Q158. Algorithm and flowchart help us to
Q159. The sum of the binary number 101 and 1101 is
Q160. An encoder has 2 to the power n input lines and ....output lines.

 

 

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