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B.TECH 1ST YEAR ENGLISH BITS (OBJECTIVE QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

B.TECH 1ST YEAR ENGLISH BITS (OBJECTIVE QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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RAJA RAO PAGIDIPALLI
B.TECH ENGLISH
www.rajaraop.wordpress.comPage 1
I UNIT -
HEAVEN’S GATE
 
1.
A Sikh officer checked the author’s passport at …………………. above the sea. ( )
 a) 14,000 feet b) 16,000 feet c) 15,000 feet d) 17,000 feet 2.
The author had travelled for the last ……………. Years ( )
a) 20 b) 25 c) 30 d) 353.
‘Journey in Ladakh’ was written by…………………………
( )a) Anu George b) Nehru c) Andrew Harvey d) Mahaswetha Devi4. Who is the son of the last king of ladakh? ( )a) Norberg b) Tsewang c) Choegyal Jigmed d) Mao Jedong5.
The first Europeans who settled in Leh arrived in ………… ( )
 a)
 
1974 b) 1975 c) 1976 d) 19776.
Preparing traditional Ladakhi food is not easy because ………….. ( )
 a) The cooking is elaborate b) The local ingredients are expensivec) The people have forgotten their cuisine d) Trav
elers don’t like it 
 7.
The author’s account of Ladakh is based on …………………… ( )
a) His readings b) What others have told him c) His visit to the place8. Ladakh, the high dry region in northern India that 
borders …………..
 9.
………………. whirred
above had suddenly broken into impromptu song
10. Two storied white buildings were clustered together in patches of green silent amid ……………&
willows11.
The first Europeans who settled in Leh were ………………..
12. The name Ladakh means
………………..
 13. The Indo- Iranians trace their blue eyes
to ……………..
 14. The author saw faces that spoke of Lhasa
…………………..………….&……………………….
 15. Workers in the best hotels boast 
of …………….
 16. L
eh’s narrow streets
are now
filled with …………………………………………..
a
nd ………….
 17. The
highest Motorable pass in the world is …………………………….
 
 
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18. The Ladakhi festival that was mentioned in the
lesson was ………………..
 19. Indian reformer who brought tantric Buddhism to Tibet 
was ………………………………….
 20.
The author began to edge down towards the ……………………………….
valley21.
Indian soldiers were shivering in their …………………………………
22.
The chapels are thick with the smell of melted ………………………..
butter23. The author could not 
helped smiling at the ………………………….
shops24 The teenagers of ladakh were fluent in every verse
of …………………………………….
 25.
Leh is the capital of………………………………27. Pico Iyer found ………………………. ………………& ……………………………… animals in the Nubra valley
.28. Barley
and wheat were irrigated by ……………….
 29. The signs flying from the lamp
posts of Leh were saying………………………….
 30.
Ladakh was often referred to as the world’s ….………………………….
 31. Ladakh takes in the Muslim region of 
….………………………….
 32. The writer witnessed
….………………………….
festival at 
….………………………….
 33. The 18th century Indian reformer who brought Tantric Buddhism to Tibet was
….………………………….
 
I UNIT - HARGOBIND KHORANA
1.
 
Four different types of ………… are arranged on the spiral ‘stair case’ of DNA molecules.
( )a)
 
Nucleotides b) Nucleosides c) antibiotics d) bacteria2.
 
According official documents the date of birth of Hargobind Khorana is ( )a)
 
9
th
Jan, 1922 b) 3
rd
Nov, 1933 c) 9
th
Jan, 1923 d) 9
th
Feb 19223. Khorana, along with two other scientists, was awarded the Noble prize in the year
………………( )
 a) 1967 b) 1968 c) 1969 d) 19704.
 
Marshal Nirenberg was born in …………………..
( )a)
 
London b) Paris c) Moscow d) New York city5.
 
Khorana was offered a job in Briti
sh Columbia Research Council in the year………….( )
 a)
 
1952 b)1943 c) 1997 d)19506.
 
The noble lecture was delivered ona) 12-12-1968 b) 13-12-1968 c) 12-12-1966 d) 13-12-1966
 
 
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7.
 
Nirenberg passed his Bachelor of Science degree from the university of ( )a)
 
Michigan b) Cambridge c) Florida d) Oxford8.
 
When Khorana was studying in DAV high school in Multan he was greatly influenced by
…………………….
 9.
 
Khorana completed his PhD degree from the university of 
……………………………
 10.
 
Khorana began research in Cambridge university
under ………………………………
 11.
 
Khorana joined the Institute of enzyme research in the
year ………….
 12.
 
……………………………………………….
are produced by D N A.13.
 
Khorana shared the noble Prize with two scientists
in ………………
14.
 
A village agricultural taxation clerk in British India system of government is known as …………..
15.
 
Khorana was influenced by …………………………………………………..
during his study in DAV Highschool16.
 
Khorana got married in 1952, to
……………………………….
 17.
 
The place of birth of Hargobi
nd Khorana is ……………..
 18.
 
The nucleotide code is transmitted to the cell in groups of three, called ……………….
 19.
 
The……………………
feasible combinations of the nucleotides are read off along a strand of DNA.20.
 
……………………….
was a great teacher and accurate experimentalist who
supervised Khorana’s
work in M.Sc.21.
 
Nirenberg’s interest in bird watching made him study …………………..
 22.
 
Holley sequenced and deduced the structure of the first 
……………………
 23.
 
Nirenberg’s PhD work was on ……………………………………….
 24.
 
Dave Roy, son of Khorana was born on …………………………
..25.
 
Dr. Khorana’s invention of ……………………………………. has become indispensible tool in
biotechnology.26.
 
…………………………………
 
supervised Khorana’s PhD and also looked after him sincerely and
affectionately.27.
 
Khorana and his research team were able to synthesize the first art 
ificial copy of a ………………..
 28.
 
Among the devoted and loyal colleagues of Khorana………………………………………
contributed to thespiritual & intellectual make-up of the group.29.
 
Khorana currently lives in USA serving as MIT’s…………………………………………………
 30.
 
Khorana’s later research areas
include structure-
function in……………………………
 

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