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Q1. The Uttiramerur inscriptions belong to which period of which king?
Q2. Which of the following is the main source for the study of village government under the Cholas?
Q3. For which of the following the Chola age was very famous?
Q4. The most important consequence of the 'Dharmashastras' prohibiting Indians from making sea voyages and visiting foreign lands was that.........
Q5. Which city from the following became the important one under Harsha's rule?
Q6. King Harsha's reign extended over ....?
Q7. Which of the following gives detailed information on Harsha?
Q8. Samudragupa's achievements are mentioned in the .......?
Q9. Fa-hien the Chinese traveller visited India during reign of...?
Q10. Which is the oldest dynasty among the following?
Q11. Who among the following assumed the title of 'Vikramaaditya'?
Q12. During whose reign Megasthenes visited India?
Q13. The effects of the Kalinga War on King Ashoka are found in?
Q14. Who was the ruler of the Kushana Dynasty?
Q15. Who among the following were the contemporaries of Kanishka?
Q16. Who among the following was the ambassador of Megasthenes?
Q17. Among the following Indian rulers, who conquered Java and Sumatra?
Q18. During the reign of which kingdom the village community got a lot of power?
Q19. Which one throws light on Harappan culture?
Q20. The Indus valley civilization was non-aryan because
Q21. Central and South Indian tribals belong to thegroup.
Q22. Oldest inhabitants of India are .
Q23. Angami tribals are found in .
Q24. Toda tribals are found in .
Q25. Moplahs are a sect of Muslims found in the state of..
Q26. Birhors tribals are found in
Q27. Approximately how many villages exist in India?
Q28. The city with largest population in India is
Q29. Which country has made military training for women compulsory?
Q30. Expand NAFTA?
Q31. The permanent headquarters of SAARC is at
Q32. Indian nationals do not require Visa to visit
Q33. The density of population of India per sqkm as per 2001 census is .
Q34. "Prakash Tandon" Committee dealt with the restructuring of
Q35. When was the first pay commission set up for central government employees?
Q36. Who was the chairman of the Fifth Pay Commission?
Q37. Literacy rate of which state is the lowest in India?
Q38. What does "Creamy Layer" mean with reference to reservation?
Q39. Of the following countries which one is a member of the ASEAN?
Q40. The organization formed by oil exporting countries is.
Q41. ASSERTION {A}: India does not export natural rubber. REASON {R}: About 97% of India's demand for natural rubber is met from domestic production.
Q42. ASSERTION {A}: The new EXIM policy is liberal, market oriented and favours global trade. REASON {R}: GATT has played a significant role in the liberalisation of the economy.
Q43. Debenture holders of a company are its
Q44. Consider the following statements and pick the one/s that is/are correct: In India, stamp duties on financial transactions are (1) Levied and collected by the State Government (2) Appropriated by the Union Government.
Q45. Which one of the following statements is correct with reference to Foreign Exchange Management Act?
Q46. A and B weave a carpet in 10 days and 15 days respectively. They begin to work together but B leaves after 2 days. In what time will A complete the remaining work?
Q47. 75% of a number when added to 75, becomes the number itself. Find the number.
Q48. The Students in three classes are in the ratio of 2:3:5. If 40 students are increased in each class, the ratio changes to 4:5:7. Originally, the total number of students was.......
Q49. There is a certain number of chocolate bars in a box. They are divided in such a way that the person who gets 1/4 of the whole gets thrice than others. Find the number of people amongst whom the chocolate bars are distributed?
Q50. Two numbers are in the ratio of 5:8 and their total is 39. What are the numbers?
Q51. Which one of the following plant organs is an organ of respiration?
Q52. Lucerne is a
Q53. The numerous minute pores in the epidermis of a leaf are called
Q54. In some plants, water oozes through certain pores that remain permanently open. This phenomenon is called
Q55. Which one of the following is not a stem modification?
Q56. From which part of the plant is turmeric, a commonly-used colourant and antiseptic, obtained?
Q57. Clove, the commonly used spice, is obtained from the
Q58. Hashish is obtained from a plant From which part of the plant is it obtained?
Q59. The living and growing part of human hair is
Q60. Grey matter consists of
Q61. Blood is formed in the human adult by the
Q62. Haploid chromosome number is not seen in
Q63. One of the organs that excretes water, fat and various catabolic wastes is the
Q64. The body is protected against drying, absorbing and bacterial invasion by the
Q65. During elections, a permanent chemical mark is put at the base of the nail of index finger while exercising your franchise. This mark is not seen after two months or so because
Q66. Which of the following sugars are components of cane sugar?
Q67. During the course of prolonged starvation and fasting, glucose, or glycogen is synthesized from non-carbohydrate precursors by the process of
Q68. Which of the following compounds found in all living organisms are rich in phosphorus?
Q69. The country that leads in life expectancy for both males and females is
Q70. The total fertility rate refers to
Q71. A car goes around a curve. The centripetal force is directed
Q72. A car goes 10 km north and 20 km east. What will be the displacement from initial point?
Q73. A bus covers a distance of 2,924 kms in 43 hrs. What is the speed of the bus?
Q74. A bullet fired from a gun is an example of ....... motion
Q75. A boy is. standing at a distance of 12.5 m before the mirror. He walks 3.5m towards the mirror, what is the distance between the new position of the boy and his image formed by the mirror?
Q76. A body of mass 5 kg is taken from a height 8 m to 12 m. The increase in P.E (g = 10m/ S2) is
Q77. A body floats in a liquid if the buoyant force is
Q78. A blotting paper absorbs ink because of
Q79. A body at rest breaks into two pieces of equal masses. The parts will move
Q80. A beam of a-particles enter a chamber moving along the magnetic field. What is the force acting on them?
Q81. A ball is thrown vertically up, what is the velocity at its maximum height?
Q82. A ball is dropped from a height H. When it reaches the ground. its velocity is 20 m/s. What is the height H
Q83. A ball dropped from the top of the building at a height of 45.6m strikes the ground with velocity
Q84. A 5 cm long conductor carrying 8 A current is placed in a magnetic field of induction 2 T, making an angle 30 degree with the field. What is the force acting on the conductor?
Q85. A 200 W bulb is used for 5 hrs energy consumed is
Q86. A 250 W computer is switched on for 4 hrs. How many units of electricity does it use?
Q87. A 2 KW electric wire is switched on for 30 minutes. How many units of electricity does it use?
Q88. A 2 103 kg car travels at a constant speed of 12 ms1 around a circular curve of radius 30m. what is the magnitude of the centripetal acceleration of the car? [a = u2/r]
Q89. A 120 kg car moving at 10m/s hits a tree and is brought to rest in 0.10 s. What is the magnitude of the average force acting on the car to bring it to rest?[Impulse = change in momentum; Ft = mv; F = mv/t]
Q90. 550 KHz - 1600 KHz is the frequency range of which region?
Q91. Which mountain range separates Kashmir Valley from Jammu?
Q92. Who among the following scientists was the first to present a fully predictive mathematical model of our heliocentric solar system?
Q93. The rocks in the Himalayan system of mountains belong to which of the following types of rocks?
Q94. The shape of Himalayas is like a/an ....
Q95. The Shiwalik range of hills stretches from .............to ...............
Q96. IMBL - International Maritime Boundary Line of our country (India) extends upto...............
Q97. The water pollution in river is measured by the dissolved amount of .........
Q98. Area covered by the Himalayan ranges is about ............SQKMs
Q99. Which of the following is the correct order of increasing size of the grains of soil particles: {A} Clay {B} Silt {C} Sand {D} Gravel
Q100. Volcanic eruptions do not occur in the
Q101. Central Drugs Standard Control Organisation is headquartered at......
Q102. Steel Authority of India Ltd., is the controlling authority for steel production in public sector in India. When was it founded?
Q103. Where was the first Public Sector Steel plant started in India?
Q104. What was the first public sector undertaking established in India?
Q105. In which year India conducted its first nuclear test?
Q106. India conducted its first nuclear test at Pokhran. It belongs to which state?
Q107. Chernobyl was with USSR at the time of the major disaster in 1986. It is now in which country?
Q108. In which year was India's first Atomic Reactor commissioned?
Q109. Chernobyl nuclear disaster was the major one in terms of devastation. It occurred in which year?
Q110. What was India's first Atomic Reactor?
Q111. Who is considered as the father of Indian Nuclear Atomic Energy Programme?
Q112. Where is the "Master Control Facility" for all post launch operations of INSAT satellites?
Q113. Satish Dhawan Space Centre is in ......
Q114. Which University of India was the first to launch its own educational satellite?
Q115. For his space flight achievement, Rakesh Sharma was honoured with.....
Q116. Rakesh Sharma is the first Indian to go into space. In which year?
Q117. While in space, Rakesh Sharma spoke with which Indian Prime Minister?
Q118. What was India's first indigenously developed and launched satellite?
Q119. Launching of which satellite revolutionised the television and telecommunication network of our country?
Q120. In which year India launched its first satellite?
Q121. Who is considered as the father of Indian Space Programmes?
Q122. Indian Space Research Organization is headquartered at................
Q123. Where is the headquarters of the European Space Research Organization?
Q124. PSLV C9 holds the world record for carrying the maximum number satellites. How many of them?
Q125. Mike Melvil was the first to launch a privately funded space flight 15 P. When was it launched?
Q126. What is "Anita" and "Arabella" related to space programmes?
Q127. Which space mission recorded the fastest speed ever?
Q128. Which was the longest human single space flight?
Q129. How many persons/astronauts have so far landed on the moon?
Q130. What was the first space station launched into orbit?
Q131. Skylab was the first space station of USA put into orbit . When was it launched?
Q132. Kalpana Chawla died of the disintegration of Columbia Space Shuttle STS 107. In which year it happened?
Q133. In which year the Space Shuttle Era began?
Q134. Which was the third celestial body to get an artificial object to land on its surface?
Q135. There are 3 cans A, B and C. The capacities of A, B and C are 6 litres, 10 litres and 16 litres respectively. The Can C contains 16 litres of milk. The milk has to be divided in them using these three cans only. Now, consider the following: (1) It is possible to have 6 litres of milk each in can A and can B. (2) It is possible to have 8 litres of milk each in can B and can C. Which of the statements given above is/are correct?
Q136. In a carrom board game competition, m boys and n girls (m > n >1)of a school participate in which every student has to play exactly one game with every other student. Out of the total games played, it was found that in 221 games one player was a boy and the other player was a girl. Now, consider the following STATEMENTS: (1) The total number of students that participated in the competition is 30. (2) The number of games in which both players were girls is 78. Which of the statements given above is/are correct?
Q137. DC, DE, FE, ??, HG, HI
Q138. What is the number of terms in the series 117, 120, 123, 126 ..., 333?
Q139. ?, 6, 30, 120, 360, 720
Q140. He tames animals because he
Q141. Choose the correct tense: I ......in Newyork next week
Q142. Find the grammatical/idiomatic error: "e;As far this issue is concerned (1) people will have to make a start (2) from their villages by (3) sensitize and educating the villagers (4)"e;
Q143. Phonetics is the study of .......
Q144. The unprecedented economic growth of China has ...............worldwide attention
Q145. Select the correct sentence
Q146. Radium is a white powder .......looks like table salt
Q147. "e;Fish out of water"e; means
Q148. Indian Origin woman Harbajan Kaur Dheer was elected as the Mayor of an England County. Which one is it?
Q149. In May 2015, one of the Australian Member of Parliament, an Indian, took oath on Bhagavat Gita. He belonged to which state of Australia?
Q150. In April 2015, the 100th Amendment of the Constitution of India was enacted on the India-Bangladesh border land swap issue. However, it was reenacted in May 2015 again. For what reason?
Q151. The term used to define all input and output devices in a computer system is .......
Q152. A program designed to destroy data on your computer which can travel to infect other computers is called as a ...
Q153. ......refers to the copying and archiving of computer data, where primary purpose is to recover data after its loss (due to deletion or corruption)
Q154. .......is the keyboard short cut for permanent deletion of a file/folder in Windows.
Q155. SIG is
Q156. The primary purpose of a computer is to process ...and convert it into information.
Q157. The keywords private, public and protected should be terminated by a
Q158. What does the restructuring of existing source code in Reverse Engineering?
Q159. Which file(s) can be executed without mentioning its extension name
Q160. The loss in signal power as light travels down the fiber is called...

 

 

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