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is 7. C. linear momentum D. angular momentum

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Density of matter defined as A. mass / volume B. mass × volume C. volume / mass D. none of these

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The resultant upthrust on a body partly immersed in liquid acts through A. the centre of gravity B. the metacentre C. the centre of pressure D. none of these A transverse wave travels along z-axis. The particles of the medium travels along A. z-axis C. y-axis B. x-axis D. in x-y plane Joule-Thomson cooling is A. temperature dependent B. temperature independent C. dependent on the molecular weight of the gas D. dependent on the total mass of the gas The principle of action of points is used in A. capacitors B. inductors C. resistors D. lightning arrestors A jet engine works under the principle of A. mass B. energy

To find the temperature of the sun, the following law is used: A. Charles’ law B. Stefan’s fourth power law of radiation C. Boyle’s law D. Kirchhoff’s law Calotropis is an example of the following phyllotaxy: A. opposite and decussate B. spiral C. whorled D. alternate Radio carbon dating is used to A. find diseases B. find the age of relics C. find the carbon content in the atmosphere D. none of these

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10. Frequency modulation is more advantageous than amplitude modulation because A. there will be no distortion B. distortion will be maximum C. no internal noises produced D. internal noises can be filtered 11. X-rays travel with the velocity of A. light B. sound C. positive rays D. alpha rays

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Phosphorus chloride D. Which of the following is used for culture medium of bacterial growth? A. Which type of cancer is the most common? A. Bacteria generally multiply by A. White phosphorus B. Ludwigii 42. alcohol B. brown algae D. potassium chloride . fats D. lesser emissivity C. Fish D. Agar-agar is obtained from A. binary fission B. Vitamin B D. Dicots 22. ectocarpus B. Vitamin A C. Excessive consumption alcohol damages the A. Leprosy 29. protozoa B. common salt C. has greater lifting power B. liver C. The transverse wave nature of light was proved by A. cheaper D. Zygosaccharomyces octosporus B. chalk 23. The acid which etches glass is A. Yeast help in the production of A. interference C. Phosphine 18. Asteraceae D. fungi 34. soft coke D. Night blindness is caused due to the deficiency of A. more absorptive power 15. Red phosphorus C. Lichens D. Fabaceae C. Edward Jenner B. Acetobacter C. One of the following is the simplest land plant: A. Paramecium C. hypochlorous acid 28. oxygen B. Musaceae 31. Fungi 35. A common nitrogenous fertilizer is A. refraction 14. Mercury is used thermometers because it A. Arsenic D. William Harvey 17. Alcohol 33. bacteria D. Euphorbiaceae B. oxygen C. is a metal in 27. Carcinoma C. Copper C. Electric iron takes a long time to cool because of A. Iodine C. multiple fission C. superphosphate C. expands uniformly D. green algae C. nitrogen 25. Sarcoma D. Which of the following has the smell of garlic? A. nitric acid B. Bryophytes C. Bose C. Vitamin E 21. Which one of the following animals is cold-blooded? A. Amoeba B. Cancer D. Man 38. polarisation B. lungs of 19. Nitrogen fixation is done by A. Tuberculosis B.C. Many pulses are obtained from plants of the family A. Agar-Agar D. none of the above 13. does not form explosive mixture with air 16. white phosphorus C. Malaria is caused by A. proteins C. heart B. S. laminaria D. longitudinal fission D. argon D. Penicillin was discovered by A. none of these 26. less absorptive power D. sulphuric acid C. blue-green algae B. salts 30. Monocots C. carbohydrates 24. hydrofluoric acid D. red algae 39. small sound into a large sound D. Which bacteria produce vinegar in sugar solutions? A. Dog B. Saccharomyces cerevisae C. Which of the following protozoans possesses definite shape? A. Alexander Fleming D. Laminaria D. is heavy B. Acetobacter aceti D. A loudspeaker converts A. The sides of a match box contains A. is less dense C. Sodium chloride is the scientific name of A. glucose D. Leukaemia 40.2 TNPSC ORIGINAL PAPER TNPSC ORIGINAL PAPER 3 12. phosphorus pentoxide D. Lymphoma B. Cholera C. Aluminium B. None of these 32. Electric bulbs are filled with the gas A. carbon dioxide C. J. Which element is a metalloid in the following? A. The tallest tree occurs in A. Gymnosperms D. Helium is preferred to hydrogen in airships because it A. Escherichia B. gelidium C. kidneys D. fucus 37. electrical energy into sound energy B. all of these 36. Baker’s yeast is A. Gold 20. Fresh foods and fruits contain more of A. Which of the following diseases is likely to spread in the entire community if a leaky septic tank contaminates the water supply? A. is a liquid C. vitamins B. rust B. Vitamin K B. Pigeon C. Rhizobium 41. urea B. Both of these D. red phosphorus B. sound energy into electrical energy C. Algae B. Sugar B. greater emissivity B. Pteridophytes B. triple phosphate D. virus C. diffraction D.

Which one of the following is excreted in Urine? A. pH of water is A. 1576 B. Kapilavastu 58. 3 1 4 2 C. When was the Battle of Buxar fought? A. 1792 D. Sarojini Naidu B. Mullai the 70. 1 3 4 2 B. None of the above 59. Photosynthesis C. Silappadhikaram C. Cell wall List II 1. Which of the following has been identified as the main source of environmental pollution in the city of Delhi? A. Phosphoric acid II. Protein synthesis D. tetanus and tuberculosis B. Rabbit D. scurvy D. Manimekalai D. none of these 51. The deficiency of iodine causes A. Systema Naturae C. Cement Industry C. Fat 48. 1757 C. Who is called as Nightingale of India? A. I and II D. 0 45. In which animal was the AIDS virus first detected? A. a virus that attacks bacteria and destroys them C. Kannadasan C. Jhansi Rani 71. Automobiles B. Who was the first Muslim invader of India? A. Rat C. Morphine C. 1860 65. Porus B.4 TNPSC ORIGINAL PAPER TNPSC ORIGINAL PAPER 5 43. When did the rule of East India Company come to an end? A. “Jazia Tax” was reimposed during the reign of A. Nitrogenous bases Which one is correct? A. Godavari D. III alone 55. Who wrote the novel ‘Ponniyin Selvan’? A. tuberculosis and malaria C. Aspirin D. synthesis of protein B. Match List I with List II correctly and select your answer using the codes given below: List I A. diphtheria. I. II and III C. Subbu Lakshmi Reddy C. Kaveri B. 1 3 2 4 D. tetanus and malaria 53. 68. Thermal Power Station 44. XY B. Darwin wrote the book A. Stomata D. diphtheria. synthesis of nitrogenous bases D. 3 1 2 4 54. Mohamed Bin Kasim 60. Horse B. a blue-green algae 56. tetanus. goitre 46. Humayun 61. 1761 C. A bacteriophage is A. Meat eaters B. Who is the first Indian Woman Police Service Officer? A. 1791 B. When was the Permananent Land Revenue Settlement introduced? A. Secretion 57. Bharathidasan 67. Which is the largest epic in the World? A. YY C. XX D. 1775 D. XO 52. synthesis of gene C. Pork eaters D. Kiran Bedi C. diphtheria. Bharathiyar D. Beef eaters 49. Fish eaters C. Nehruji D. Monkey 50. Origin of Species D. II and III B. a bacterium living on dead tissue B. 1859 B. Mahabharata B. 7 D. 1762 D. Chandrika D. The longest river in Southern part of India is A. Asoka C. 1763 B. Triple Antigen is administered to prevent the attack of A. Jaya 66. Creatin D. Chloroplast C. Jahangir B. 1857 C. 12 B. 1858 D. Respiration 4. Lipid synthesis B. 1793 C. 1764 63. Fertilizer Industry D. Annie Beasant D. Nicotine B. Harsha D. Reserpine 47. Natural Selection in Evolution. 4 C. Vaigai C. Who are more likely to get tapeworm? A. Kautilya B. diabetes C. Hargovind Khurana is credited for the discovery of A. rickets B. tetanus and whooping cough D. Deoxyribose sugar III. Sasikala B. Ribosomes in a cell play a significant role in A. Gandhiji C. Who wrote Arthashastra? A. Chandragupta II 69. The poisonous substance that is present in tobacco is A. Photosynthesis 2. Ghori Mahmud C. Aurangzeb D. Ghazni Mahmud B. Sugar C. Akbar C. Gaya B. Nucleotide is made up of I. The Indian Ruler who fought with Alexander the Great was A. 1761 62. The first sermon of Gautam Buddha was delivered at A. Aibak D. Protein B. Osmosis Codes: a b c d A. Transpiration 3. Lumbini D. Sarnath C. Kalki B. Mitochondria B. Natrinai . Which one of the following types of sex chromosomes represents a male human being? A. a bacterium that fights viruses D. The Battle of Plassey was fought in the year A. 1790 64. Philosophic Zoologique B.

Punjab 97. Cauvery B. Which state gets maximum rainfall from North-east monsoon? A. Plutchau 80. Which city formulates the Doctrine of Panchsheel? A. Himachal Pradesh D. Maharashtra and Bihar D. Decimal coinage was introduced in India in the year A. Paddy D. Oriental agriculture is practised in A. Smith D. Maharashtra 88. Batanagar 76. Chilka D.6 TNPSC ORIGINAL PAPER TNPSC ORIGINAL PAPER 7 72. Match List I with List II correctly and select your answer using the codes given below: List I List II A. Washington 73. Which Indian lake has high salinity? A. Tamil Nadu D. Paper C. 1957 D. Herbert 74. Haryana C. Mount Abu . Bihar B. India’s naval base is located at A. Tuticorin 79. 1960 94. West Bengal 98. Wular B. Who was the father of Indian Archaeology? A. Britain C. Aligarh D. Ground water depletion B. Nepanagar 2. 4 3 2 1 B. Through which state does the Tropic of Cancer pass? A. Nagaland B. Ganga C. Bihar C. All of these 82. Bhilai Steel Plant Maharashtra C. Kutni 4. Darjeeling . Rice C. Nagpur 78.Dehra Dun 89. 1951 D. The Reserve Bank of India was started in A.West Bengal B. Jute B. Visakhapatnam C. Pulses B. Bokaro Steel Plant . The State which tops in the yield of foodgrains per hectare is A. Tripura D. Which one of the following is not correctly matched? A. Ziegnbalg D. Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh B. Telugu Ganga Project is associated with the river A. Srinagar 1. Andhra Pradesh 93. Major General Alexander B. Arabia B. 1948 C. Bandung D. Sambar 90.New Delhi D. Fertilizer B. Titagarh 1. providing employment to rural youth 96. According to 1991 census. In India the density of population is highest in the following state according to 1991 Census: A. 4 3 2 1 B. Mumbai B. Match List I with List II correctly and select your answer using the codes given below: List I List II A. Mizoram 77. John Marshall C. Krishna D. London B. Sindri 3. Which of the following takes place due to deforestation? A. 2 1 4 3 D. Tamil Nadu . 1948 D. Mysore D. Raman Research Institute Chennai C. 2 4 1 3 85. promoting small scale industries D. 1960 75. By whose advice Sarafoji II built the Saraswati Mahal Library? A. Karwar D. The Jawahar Rozgar Yojana Scheme is meant for A. 1935 C. Which one of the following states does not have a common boundary with Bangladesh? A. 3 2 4 1 D. National Museum . Find the oddly matched pair: A. Which one of the following cities is famous for the manufacture of shoes? A. training urban house building C. Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh 83.West Bengal D. Newsprint Codes: a b c d A. Which crop is grown in largest area in India? A. 3 2 1 4 C. Kodaikanal . Tamil Nadu D. Basti C.Bihar 86. Kerala D. Bihar B. Caldwell B. in which state do women outnumber men? A. Which one of the following is a Kharif crop? A. Delhi C. Dal C. Survey of India . Sugarcane D.Tamil Nadu D. India 92. Gujarat B. The basin area of Narmada lies in which of the following states? A. improving village economy B. Uttar Pradesh C. Vijayawada 4. Rourkela Steel Plant . Andhra Pradesh B. Which one of the following is not correctly matched? A. Andhra Pradesh B. Soil erosion C. Jhelum Codes: a b c d A. Foods D. Yamuna D. Indore B. 1956 B. Godavari C. Schwartz C. The First Five Year Plan was launched in A. Nellore B. Mustard 84.Orissa B. Kerala C. Karnataka C. Canada D. 1960 95. Tamil Nadu D. Agra 2. Simla . Wheat C. 1957 C. Mahanadi 81.Uttar Pradesh 87. Durgapur Steel Plant . Which one of the following cities is famous for the manufacture of locks? A. Meghalaya C. Varanasi 3. Hyderabad C. Krishna B. Wheat 99. Bose Research Institute Kolkata B. Maharashtra and Rajasthan C. 1 4 3 2 91. 1956 B.Rajasthan C. Cement D. 2 1 4 3 C. 1955 B.

On what date did the Constitution of India come into force? A. None of these. Reserve Bank of India D. Binomial C. Panaji 121. Dispur B. Members of the Lok Sabha B. Who is India’s Home Minister? A. Which one of the following distributions is continuous? A. Permanent B. 5 years D.Governor of Pondicherry? A. President of India 107. Advani B. A bank having more than 100 branches D. 1947-52 C. Raipur C. What is the link-language of India? A. 1951-56 B. 26th November. What is a Scheduled bank? A. Greek D. English C. 17 B.K. Union Finance Ministry C. Punjab Bank D. State Bank of India D. None of them 123. 360 D. What is the life of the Rajya Sabha? A. The largest producer of fish in the world is A. 26th January.R. Who was the first Chief Justice of free India? A. A personal account cannot be opened in A. The First Five Year Plan covered the period A. Reserve Bank of India B.100 crores B. 108. Krishna Kant D. Prime Minister D. Advani C. Who is the Supreme commander of Indian Defence Forces? A. 10 standard acres 101. Gujarat Bank Ltd C. L. 14th August. 15 standard acres D. Home Minister 127. 38% D. Prime Minister B. Pondicherry’s capital is A. 365 118. Among the various types of income from an industrial activity one of the following is uncertain: A. Lok Sabha B. Members of the Rajya Sabha C. Which is the capital of Assam? A. Normal B. President of India D. President D. 1950 D. Imphal D. Pondicherry B. Who is India’s Vice-President? A. As per the Land Ceiling Act. 1950-55 D. 30 standard acres B.R. Justice Shelat D. Krishna Iyer C. What is the minimum age to become a Governor? A. Wages D. Nitish Kumar B. The Vice-President of India is elected by A. Who is the Lt. The contribution of Agriculture in Indian National Income is nearly A. Who is India’s Minister for Agriculture? A. 1947 B. Poisson D.R. 356 C. None of them 122. Agricultural Income Tax is levied in Tamil Nadu by A. Karaikkal D. Justice Mahajan B. Who has the authority to issue one rupee currency note in India? A. L. The Bank which recently launched a scheme ‘Swagat’ is A. None of them 120. President B. Yashwant Sinha D. None of them 124. the State Government B. Jaswant Singh C. Bengali D. Tamil C. 25% 102. None of them 117. French B. None of these 114. ceiling on land holding in Tamil Nadu is A. A bank which has been included in the Second Schedule of Reserve Bank of India C. Mahi C. a Cooperative Bank B. The second largest spoken language in India is A. Chief Justice of India 115. USSR D. 1949 116. Chaman Lal B. Balu B. Ram Naik B. A bank for scheduled caste 109. Who appoints the Prime Minister of India? A. Justice V. Defence Minister C. Rajya Sabha C. Punjabi B. 6 years C. 60 113. Rajani Rai C.K. Who can be the Ex-officio Chairman of the Planning Commission in India? A. Narayanan C. T. 75% B. Panchayats D. None of these 105. None of them 125. 35 B. Profit 111. None of these 110. Members of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha D. Advani D. A bank having a deposit of Rs. Which Article of the Constitution gives the power to dismiss a State Government? A. Vice-President C. 1952-57 106.8 TNPSC ORIGINAL PAPER TNPSC ORIGINAL PAPER 9 100. Jaswant Singh C. 50% C. 1947 C. Punjab National Bank B. Agarwal D. Telugu . Municipalities C. 15th August. Hindi 112. 20 standard acres C. 25 C. Who is India’s Finance Minister? A. China C. Uma Bharti D. Japan B. Canara Bank 103. K. None of these 119. None of them 126. Members of State Assemblies 128. 30 D. a Scheduled Bank C. Rent C. Interest B. Norway 104.

Watson D. 1914 A. Krishnamachari C. Banerjee D. Who prepared the Preamble of the Indian Constitution? A. B. Sri Aurobindo B. Surendranath Banerjee and Madan Mohan Malaviya C. Dadabhai Naoroji 133. None of them 151. Who was the President of the Indian National Congress during Moderate-Extremist split? A. Who inaugurated the individual Satyagraha in 1940? A.S.V. Vijyaraghavachariar B. M. Who is the author of ‘Wings of Fire’? A.C. Punjab C. Mamta Banerjee D. Who was the President of Indian National Congress during 1886. C. Lalit Mansingh B. The boundary between India and Pakistan was demarcated by A. an extremist C. Sir Cyril Radcliffe B. Vitamin A C. Madras D. Which one of the following vitamins is produced in the sunrays? A.Roy D. Quit India Movement was adopted by Indian National Congress at A.D. George Bush B. Indian Space Station D. Dadabhai Naoroji and Badruddin Tyabji B. B. Jallianwala Bag massacre 147. Who among the following are the extremists? A. Dadabhai Naoroji 141. Who is the new Indian Ambassador to USA in 2001? A. Mahatma Gandhi C. Hume B. Ambedkar 145. Robert D.Raman . Frank Moraes 148. a moderate B. Acharya Vinoba Bhave D. Who is India’s first ever woman Foreign Secretary? A. Bal Gangadhar Tilak is A. terrorist D. 1889 and 1906? A. Indian Council Act. Pant D. Ambedkar B. Dadabhai Naoroji D.R. B. None of them 154. Bipin Chandra Pal 132. Dr. Jawaharlal Nehru C. Gandhi B. 1917 A. Khurana B. 1919 D. a terrorist D. B. Abdul Kalam C. Who established the Bihari Students Conference? A. None of them 155. Jawaharlal Nehru 138. B.R. When was the partition of Bengal revoked by the British Government? A. Who is the Secretary-General of UNO in 2001? A. Bipin Chandra Pal C. Vitamin D 150. Uttar Pradesh 143. 1911 A. Bombay C. M. Bill Clinton 152. Lawrence 144. Govind Vallabh Pant C. Who among the following attended the three Round Table Conferences? A. Madan Mohan Malaviya D. Lord Dalhousie D. Bal Gangadhar Tilak B. D. The Moplah Rebellion was broken out in 1921 in? A.T. Rashbehari Bose B. Madan Mohan Malaviya C. none of these 134.R. Rajendra Prasad 137.K. moderate B. Chokila Iyer B. 142.D. Mahatma Gandhi B. W. Bipin Chandra Pal D. Calcutta 131. Guptaji D.R.C. Jawaharlal Nehru D. K. Rajendra Prasad 139. Rao C. Khushwant Singh B. Banerjee C. American Space Station C.1909 B.10 TNPSC ORIGINAL PAPER TNPSC ORIGINAL PAPER 11 129. Jawaharlal Nehru B. Lord Mountbatten C. K. C. Government of India Act. Russian Space Station B. Who is the author of ‘Discovery of God’? A. Banerjee and Pheroze Shah Mehta D.O.K. The first recipient of Bharat Ratna was A. Ahmedabad D. Radhakrishnan D. Against what did Gandhiji start the Satyagraha Sabha in 1919? A. T. Who drafted the first Indian Draft Swaraj Constitution? A. Ambedkar D. W. Bal Gangadhar Tilak C. Kerala B. Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel D. 1919 A.C. Who is awarded the Gandhi Peace Prize for 2000? A. 130. Who founded the English Weekly ‘New India’? A. W. Bal Gangadhar Tilak and Shri Aurobindo 136.D. Abdul Kalam C. Crick. Badruddin Tyabji C. Vitamin C B. Wilhelm C. Pheroze Shah Mehta C. Raziq Zakaria B. Rowlatt Act C.C. Lala Lajpat Rai D. Dadabhai Naoroji is a (an) A.D. Bill Clinton B. None of them 153. What is ‘Mir’? A. Lala Lajpat Rai 140. Sardar Vallbhbhai Patel 146. Padma Priya C. Who among the following is remembered as Lokmanya? A. Pune B. None of these 149. A. Bipin Chandra Pal B. extremist C. Kofi Annan C. An artificial gene was created in a test tube in 1970 by A. none of these 135. Vitamin B D.C. Arun Shourie D. Nelson Mandela C.

Veera Viduthalai C. How many squares are there in the given figure? A. public revenue and expenditure B. Bangalore B. None of them 159. Human intestine D. T. 15 cm D. 10 D. For what Koonthankulam in Tamil Nadu is noted for? A. 8 D. Papanasam D. Who among the following gave a suitable definition for democracy? A. Lothal 170. Dogs 162. Kannadasan 179. China D. Manimuthar B. Pennin Perumai D. Birds B. Arikamedu B. None of these 171. Godavari C.Coli be readily found? A. Courtallam D.K. P. J. 5 4 C. Geneva 173. Tigers B. In which conference. Flowers C. 52 per cent 160. Seshan D. Kushan D. M. 7:35 D. Chennai C. 8:64 182. Kodaikanal C. Gill C. Courtallam B.O. Soil B. Bharathiyar C. Lahore B. Japan D. For what Mundandurai is especially famous for? A. Bharathidasan D. 24 cm B. 48 per cent B. Bank B. 158. Kumarar Kovil C. Rome C. Vijayalakshmi Pandit D. None of these 167. J. None of them 168.12 TNPSC ORIGINAL PAPER TNPSC ORIGINAL PAPER 13 156. 15 C. Karachi D. "Saraswati Pandaram" was a A. Which falls is called as ‘The Spa of the South’? A. None of them 157.S. Hampi C. 19 19 B. Thanjavur D. Where is the headquarters of ILO? A. Horses C. Where is Agasthiar falls in Tamil Nadu? A. 8:35 C. M. Which among the following is the oldest dynasty? A. 9 . What is the value of the following determinant? 8 3 2 11 4 3 14 5 4 A. IDBI is a A. Gill B. population C. Bangalore C. Committee D. Mumbai 176.S. 32 cm 183. Chennai B. 42 per cent D. 10 B. None of these 175. treasury D. 3+ 2+ 1 2 C. kitchen C. Sunga 161. Washington C. Which is the capital of Bangladesh? A. Teakwood D. What is the perimeter of the triangle ABC formed by joining the centres of the three circles? A I C III B II Radius of I is 3 cm Radius of II is 5 cm Radius of III is 4 cm A. Cows D. 5:30 B. Indira Gandhi B. the Panchsheel was given? A. Chidambaram author? A. None of them 169. Pakistan B. Rao D. Kanva C. money issue D. Remains of Roman civilization have been found in A. None of these 163. None of these 178. Lincoln B. 4 185. Nasik is on the banks of the river A. Among the following. Bandung C. Seshan C. Who is the Registrar General and Census Commissioner of India in 2001? A. Dhaka C. R. Centre 180. T. which country has an Unwritten Constitution? A. Ponds C. Kalakkad 164. Who is India’s Chief Election Commissioner? A. Tagore B. Fiscal Policy is connected with A. exports and imports 181. Sutlej D. 5 5 D. Vaigai 177. Venkataraman C. Where is Manonmaniam Sundaranar University in Tamil Nadu? A. Cairo D. Board C. England 174. London B. New Delhi D.N. Tirunelveli 165. None of these 172. Where is Mount Abu? A. Banthia B. France B. 40 per cent C. 0 B. –15 5 A. Meyyarivu B. Mohenjodaro D.K. What book did V. Kennedy D. Who is the author of ‘Gitanjali’? A. Where would the bacterium E. Tiruchi B. India C. The first Indian to be the President of UN General Assembly was A. Mecca D. 3:24 as to? A. 12 cm C. Where is the Indian Institute of Science? A. What was the average literacy rate according to 1991 census in India? A. shrine 166. India C. library B.N.F. Cauvery B. Refuse dumps. 1 1 2 184. Maurya B.

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