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Q1. Who was the first king of modern day of Saudi Arabia?
Q2. Who announced that Delhi would be the capital of India from 1911?
Q3. What was the real name of Mughal Emperor Jehangir's favourite wife Nur Jahan?
Q4. On which date Pearl Harbour was attacked during WWII?
Q5. To whom did the Mughal Emperor Humayun lost his throne before regaining it 15 years later?
Q6. Which famous battle is also known as the Battle of the three Emperors?
Q7. With whose permission did the British East India Company set up a factory in Surat?
Q8. Who was the first Maharaja of the Princely State of Jammu and Kashmir?
Q9. In which year Burma was separated from British India and a Burma Office established in London?
Q10. What was the capital of the Nawabs of Awadh?
Q11. Who was the Army Chief when India celebrated its first Republic Day?
Q12. The first Indian ruler to enter the subsidiary alliance with the British was....
Q13. Which Mughal emperor was deported to Rangoon by the British?
Q14. Attack on Pearl Harbour was the major cause for the escalation and USA entering the WWII. Which country was behind the attack?
Q15. Among the following forts which one was not constructed by Mughal emperor Akbar? agra fort purana qila allahabad fort all of them
Q16. In which year was the English monarch Charles I beheaded?
Q17. Who among the following had the longest tenure as Governor General/Viceroy of India?
Q18. Which war is considered as the first jet plane versus jet plane dog fight?
Q19. In which year was the Mughal Empire in India founded?
Q20. The first Industrial Revolution took place in which country?
Q21. As per Article 100(3) of the Constitution, the required quorum to constitute a meeting of either House of Parliament is.
Q22. When was the Emergency on the ground of internal disturbance proclaimed for the first time?
Q23. Of the following which one is not a Fundamental Right?
Q24. In the Parliament of India, the purpose of an adjournment motion is ..
Q25. With reference to consumer rights/privileges under the provisions of law in India, which of the following statements is/are correct? (1) Consumers are empowered to take samples for food testing. (2) When a consumer files a complaint in any consumer forum, no fee is required to be paid. (3) In case of death of a consumer, his/her legal heir can file a complaint in the consumer forum on his/her behalf. Select the correct answer?
Q26. The Official lanagues of our country are included in the ..schedule of the constitution.
Q27. Which of the following language has not been included in the eighth schedule of the constitution.
Q28. Which of the following is NOT a writ issued by the Supreme Court?
Q29. Who among the following is empowered to declare "War"?
Q30. Planning Commission functions as a ..
Q31. In which year the Planning Commission was constituted?
Q32. The Planning Commission reports directly to the
Q33. "Gharibi Hatao" (Eradicate Poverty) is a slogan coined during the .plan.
Q34. ..approves the draft Five Year Plans.
Q35. The National Emblem is the replica of ..
Q36. "Food for Work" programme was introduced during the plan
Q37. The writ "Habeas Corpus" ensures..
Q38. Which of the following countries is NOT a member of the European Union?
Q39. As of 2012, who is the chief of SEBI?
Q40. As of December 2012, who is the Railway Minister of India?
Q41. Consider the following statements and state which one/s is/are correct? Small scale industries are, in most cases, not as efficient and competitive as the large scale ones. Yet the government provides preferential treatment and reservations in a range of products to the small firms beause small scale industries (1) provide higher employment on a per unit capital deployment basis. (2) promote a regional dispersion of industries and economic activities. (3) Have performed better in export of manufactured products than the large scale ones. (4) provide jobs to low skilled workers, who otherwise may not find employment avenues elsewhere.
Q42. The economic crisis in the later half of 1990s most seriously affected Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia and South Korea. The cause of the crisis was.....
Q43. As per the latest (February 2013) guidelines of the Reserve Bank of India what is the minimum PAID UP capital of the bank to be held by the holding company, in the case of new establishment of banks?
Q44. Going back to the economy period of the British period, for what does the term 'imperial preference" applied?
Q45. ASSERTION {A}: Devaluation of a currency may promote export. REASON {R}: Price of the country's products in the international market may fall due to devaluation.
Q46. A shopkeeper engaged an accountant on the condition that he would be paid Rs.6000 and a brief case upon completing one year service. But, the accountant left after 7 months and he was paid Rs.3,375. What is the cost of the brief case?
Q47. A postman travels 2 Kms, turns left and travels another 4 Kms, turns right and travels yet another Km. How far is he from the starting point in Kms?
Q48. A spherical metal of radius 10 cm is molten and made into 1000 smallest spheres of equal sizes. In this process the surface area of the metal is increased by.......
Q49. A' can build up a wall in 8 days while 'B' can break it in 3 days. A has worked for 4 days and then B joined to work with A for another 2 days only. In how many days will A alone build up the remaining part of the wall?
Q50. The distance between A and B is 200 Kms. A motor car starts from A at 7 am and travels towards B at 20 Kmph. Another motor car starts from B at 8 am and travels towards A at 25 kmph. What is the meeting point?
Q51. Secondary growth in plants refers to the
Q52. Hydroponics is related with
Q53. Which of the following plant hormones controls fruit ripening?
Q54. Seed donuancy can be broken by treating the seeds with
Q55. An observer claimed in the late 17th century that he could see inside the human spermatozoon a miniature figure of man-a "humunculus"-which would grow into a full-sized man in due course of time. This was referred to as the theory of
Q56. A person who is associated with undue and extreme suspicion and a progressive tendency to regard the whole world in a framework of delusions is indeed a victim of
Q57. The National Bureau of Plant Genetic Resources is located at
Q58. Which one of the following scientists is known as the father of modern genetics?
Q59. Genes control heredity in man and other organisms. This gene is
Q60. Organisms which have similar external appearance with reference to a particular character are called
Q61. The sex of a child is determined by the
Q62. An organism that breeds true for a particular character producing identical gametes is called
Q63. Chromosomes not related to sex-inheritance are called
Q64. The cell undergoing a reduction division is called
Q65. The number of chromosomes in a normal human body cell is
Q66. In human beings, sex is determined by the sex chromosomes X and Y. What would, then, be the genetic constitution of a normal woman?
Q67. What is the chromosome number in a human ovum?
Q68. Sons of a colour blind woman always colourblind but not the daughters. This implies that:
Q69. The universal recipient blood group is
Q70. In which one of the following is sex determined by environment?
Q71. Laser beams .............
Q72. The weight of a body at the centre of the earth will be .....
Q73. When crude oil is distilled, the products obtained will be in the sequence of (with lowest boiling point first and highest boiling point last)...............
Q74. Direct conversion of solar energy by the use of photo-voltaic cell results in the production of ................energy
Q75. Tides in the sea have stored in them ..................energy
Q76. For the rear view, motorists use ................
Q77. Roentgen's discovery was .................
Q78. Energy can be defined as the capacity to do...............
Q79. The ultrasonic waves of the bats enabled the discovery of ............
Q80. Echo sounding is the technique applied to ..................
Q81. The geothermal energy is drawn in the form of............
Q82. Half of all industrial water use is for the purpose of .....
Q83. .............is a non-renewal form of energy.
Q84. ...............is the poisonous and carcinogenic substance used in manufacturing solar cells.
Q85. Pick the correct answer for the Assertion and Reason given below: Assertion: A coin placed on a rotating table flies off. Reason:Friction between the turntable and the coin is not sufficient to provide the necessary tripetal force.
Q86. Pick the correct answer for the Assertion and Reason given below: Assertion: 2 Pentene exhibits cis-trans isomerism.Reason:Free rotation around a double bond is possible.
Q87. If the door of a refrigerator is left open inside a closed room, then the temperature of the room will
Q88. The approximate height of a geostationary or synchronous satellite from the surface of the earth is....
Q89. During electrolysis, the cations and anions of the electrolyte are:
Q90. A car parked in the sun with its windows closed gets terribly hot inside. This can b e explained by the concept of......
Q91. Consider the following statements: (1) The forest cover in India constitutes around 20% of its geographical area. Out of the total forest cover, dense forest constitutes around 40% . (2) The National Forestry Action Programme aims at bringing one third of the area of India under tree/forest cover. Which of the statements given above is/are correct?
Q92. Salinity of sea water is low in the equatorial regions due to .......
Q93. Which of the following are known as coastlines of submergence?
Q94. What is the geographical deficiency that makes Rajasthan a rain dry place?
Q95. Parasnath Hill is sitruated in which state?
Q96. Dry winters prevail in which of the following regions?
Q97. Pick the correct statement/s from the following about plantation agriculture: {A} Most tropical plantations are situated in the lowland plains. {B} Tropical plantations cluster along coasts {C} The Amazon basin has an excellent physical environment for rubber plantations but lacks labour force.
Q98. Ozone layer of atmosphere absorbs
Q99. The current that flows through the south of Puerto Rico, Cuba, Colombia and Venezeula is known as
Q100. Which mountain is called by the following names: Killer Mountain, Murder Mountain and Mountain of the Devil, because of the large number of deaths occurring of mountaineers?
Q101. What is the monthly salary of President of India (2012)?
Q102. What was the first adhesive postage stamp in Asia known as.....
Q103. Who is the author of the book "The Man Who Divided India"?
Q104. The social networking site 'facebook' opened its office in India at.....
Q105. What was the name for the mascot of the 2011 Cricket World Cup?
Q106. What do the five rings on the olympic flag represent?
Q107. Where was the first Indian Institute of Management established?
Q108. Who, along with Emile Durkhelm and Max Weber is considered one of the principal architects of modern social science?
Q109. In Hindu mythology, who reduced the 60000 sons of King Sagara to ashes?
Q110. Which Indian cricketer was the son of a groundsman at P J Hindu Gymkhana in Mumbai?
Q111. Which king was the founder of the city of Jaunpur?
Q112. What was the original name of Sevagram, a village in Maharashtra, was named thus by Gandhiji?
Q113. In which Indian State would you find the largest Church in Asia?
Q114. In which sport did Farookh Tarapore and Pushpendra Garg represent India in the Asian Games?
Q115. Rajkamal Kalamandir was a studio started by.....
Q116. Who played the role of Hanuman in Ramanand Sagar's television serial Ramayana?
Q117. Who is the founder of the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan?
Q118. Michael Faraday worked as a laboratory assistant to which of the following?
Q119. Who was the first Indian to reach the men's semi finals of the Wimbledon?
Q120. What was the first commemorative postmark in Independent India?
Q121. Albert Einstein was proficient in playing which musical instrument?
Q122. Who gave the name "Koh-i-Noor" to the famous diamond?
Q123. Who returned the 'Kaiser I Hind ' (meaning emperor of India) medal awarded to him?
Q124. Giza is located on the banks of ..........river
Q125. Raja Ravi Varma of Kerala was not only a king but also an internationally acclaimed........
Q126. Where is the Master Control Facility of Indian Space Research Organisation located?
Q127. What does "Sangam" represent?
Q128. Of the following combinations of major ports, which one is correctly matched with reference to west coast of India?
Q129. Which country was the first to initiate a comprehensive family planning progamme?
Q130. Of the following languages which one is written in Gurmukhi script?
Q131. Find the incorrect one among the following tribal vs occupations? a)Todas - Hunting; b)Jarawas - Pastoralism c)Gujjars - Pastoralism d)Lahaulas - Agriculture
Q132. "Tamasha"is folk theatre form of.......
Q133. What reason can be attributed for the emergence of Buddhism and Jainism as religions?
Q134. To achieve maximum distance, a javelin thrower should throw the javelin at an angle of........
Q135. ASSERTION (A):Students should have a clear cut objective of their future. REASON{R}: Students should be focussed and committed to achieve their goal in life.
Q136. Find out the number that would replace the question mark (?):4, 9, 20, 43, 90 ?
Q137. From the given STATEMENTS and CONCLUSIONS, decide which of the conclusions logically follows: STATEMENT: All Petals are trees. All trees are gardens. All roads are gardens. CONCLUSIONS: i) Some roads are trees. ii)Some gardens are trees. iii)Some gardens are petals
Q138. In a certain code SUBSTANCE is written as RATRUFDOB. How is TENTHOUSE written in that code?
Q139. B,M,K,T,R,D,W and A are sitting around a circle facing at the center. R is third to the right of B. H is second to the right of A who is second to the right of R. K is third to the right of T who is not an immediate neighbour of H. D is second to the left of T. M is fourth to the right of W. Who is to the immediate left of D?
Q140. ..............to school yesterday
Q141. Give the antonym for DOUBTFUL
Q142. Fill in the blanks: I have given myself ......the end of September to finish my research.
Q143. A spring characterised by intermittent discharge of water ejected turbulently and accompanied by a vapour is called
Q144. He always connives ..........his superiors against his colleagues.
Q145. Give the antonym for TOLERANCE
Q146. An implied simile is ...............
Q147. Fill in the blanks: His ........back ground has made him so docile.
Q148. What was the time limit fixed for advance reservation in trains from April 1, 2015?
Q149. Which country won the One Day International Cricket World Cup held in 2015 ?
Q150. Where was the 11th One Day International Cricket World Cup held?
Q151. Which of the following is a pre-designed document that already has coordinating fonts, a lay out and a background?
Q152. Removing and replacing devices without turning off computer is known as ......
Q153. Which of the following is a feature for ascheduling and multiprogramming to provide an economical interactive system of two or more users?
Q154. The E/R modeling involves
Q155. Which of the following is hierarchial database implementation?
Q156. Favourites are accessible from the ......menu.
Q157. Which print-control character is used to type in double spaced output?
Q158. A program that performs a useful task while simultaneously allowing destructive acts is a .......
Q159. How is the software designed to help people involved in a common task to achieve goals known?
Q160. The clock rate of a processor is measured in ...

 

 

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