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. Soniya Gandhi (4) Kiran Bedi $IJl~1 u$~ (1) 3:II~JJIICf)("1 fcror~~ fu8jOIl~Id) 5i)(:~16"1~ "~~m ~J'5I~:qI" ~~cn1urcrr? ajl(1Cfli"1l ~ (2) ~ (3) 3im'i:l" ~ aj Icl Cfli:q I :t 1I{){)Cfl fcJcnm (4) ~ ajlclCfli"1l fua:1011~1d) 3N ~ 311UrJt ~ What is the objective of 'Health Card Scheme' for school children declared by National School Commission in India? (1) To promote education for children (2) To curb blindness in children (3) To develop physical growth of children (4) To give financial assistance for schooling of children (1) 1935 (3) 1950 (2) 1947 (4) 1937 In which year was the Supreme Court established in place of Federal Court of India? (1) 1935 (3) 1950 74.T. m«fRf ~I\ilql~ffi (1) 12 (3) 14 (1) 12 (3) 14 ~ Chliil~ld1 ~/SPACE ~ ~ (2) 1947 (4) 1937 ~xi?ft ~ ~ (2) 13 (4) ~-. ~1~~'PIl'iXl1 ~a:f CfiTuT ~ ? (2) ~(Xffil (3) ~~~ (4) ~~lli~ fcn\UT~ Who is the Chairperson of National Commission for women? (1) Ms.O. Girija Vyas (3) Smt. 15 RSM u$ ~ (1) ~.mft (2) 13 ? How many women have become Chief Ministers in India so far? (4) None of the above FOR ROUGH WORK P.A 71. (2) Smt. Medha Patkar 72.

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17 RSM 3lT% ? @c. 'Wl~' (1) ~ ~ l1f. Man Mohan Singh (3) Pranav Mukharjee ~ &i1'i1~1c:fl ~/SPACE (2) P.~ (4) ~ Honorary 'Group Captain' degree has been awarded to (1) Yuvaraj Singh (3) M. Dhoni (2) Sachin Tendulkar (4) Harbajan Singh (1) ~ (2) ~~cilR (4) ~~ (3) ~ Where was the first e-Grampanchayat started in Maharashtra ? (1) Hingoli (3) Achalpur (2) Nandurbar (4) None of the above (1) if. . cl§(1Cfl( fWT (2) ~ (3) ~.~. JOj'ilOlI5"1 fWT (2) tfi.-fk1 (2)~~ ChIOlflll fqtSi\Cfl(OIIBl~ ~ ~~ (1) U'~'IIqC:~-ql 3~:mi?lCflI (3) JOj Ilf~~fCfl ~ (4) 9 c) qfl~l~ Which of the following describes India as a secular State? (1) Preamble of the Constitution (2) Fundamental Rights (3) Directive Principles (4) Ninth Schedule 80.T. M~ciI<JOj (3) )I1J]q~ (4)~~ Who is the President ofthe Standing Committee of National Integration Committee? (1) Dr.A 79. Chidam baram (4) Kapil Sibbal FOR ROUGH WORK P.O.lG ~ (:jl RnCfic:q{ft >reB Cfl(O'4ld 3llffi. S.

q:q 11Idt.P. (3) 50 Rs.:~Cf)le ~ (4) ~ ql{tt~:ql 3lUraJ Who is responsible to control the administrative proceedings of Panchayat Samiti ? (1) Speaker (2) Deputy Speaker (3) Block Development Officer (4) President of Z. ~ ~ ~ 18 Cf11ul("lI1 (Cf)~~1 . (1) ~~ (3)~ Panchayats were given (1) Legal (3) Institutional (2) ~~HkqCf) status by the 73rd amendment? (2) Constitutional (4) Judicial (1) ~~ (2)~ (3) JI.iI (2) 1950 (4) 1951 (2) 1950 (4) 1951 When did India join the United Nations? 73 0lIT~ ~'6fdl~ (4) ~IRlCf) ~>rGH~. Cf1IUI("lI1 Cf!ff~~? (1) 1947 (3) 1945 (1) 1947 (3) 1945 85. (4) 100 Rs. ~CfiIJiI~181~/SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK .flv WT cz1fi)Cf)~1 . ~~ (I~fi€llq~ (2) 20 Rs.flv :q~HI(1 3iIUIUlIl~ A croffi 3il% ? (1) 10~ (3) 50~ (2) 20~ (4) 100~ The Reserve Bank of India has decided to put into use plastic currency notes of which denomination? (1) 10 Rs.RSM 83. . 84.

i~ ~~S::"1I~ GrTIl: Vidyasagar Tagore ________ (1) Ishwarchandra (3) Devendranath ~ Cfllql(01ld1 ~/SPACE wrote the book entitled "Marriage of Hindu Widows" (2) Keshavchandra Sen (4) Swami Dayanand FOR ROUGH WORK P.ft R1~<?11.ft~.A 87. G. (1) (2) ~.T. ~ _ (3) ll.O. iSIliS1lf1lgiSl 3'fi~sCh( ~~mm TIT.:\Ch~qq .% ~ w. '~:1IC:hlf. (2) ~ ~ ~ -------(1) Damodar Chafekar was the first revolutionist in Maharashtra. Babasaheb Ambedkar (2) Narayan Meghaji Lokhande (3) Jotiba Phule (4) G. "~ (1) (3) ~~~" m!i~ fC4~lflljl< ~ (2) CI. Agarkar 89. n. (2) ~~ (4)~~ ? 1m fllfC4~csll{ ~ Who was the first woman to become a teacher in Maharashtra (1) Tarabai Shinde (3) (2) Ramabai Ranade (4) Pandita Ramabai Savithribai Phule 90. ______ (1) (3) dl<liSll{ "lIT Qi5I<I6?ld)(?I ~ ttr fuf8FfiT mo. (2) Vasudeo Balwant Phadke (4) Sardar Bhagat Singh (3) Vinayak Damoder Savarkar 88. t .~ICI:cjs:: (4)~~ w.~~ (4) The book entitled 'Sarvajanik Satyadharm' has been written by (1) Dr. 19 RSM % Q6RI6?I:Cl (1) ~ *-I1%Ch( 3lro SfliRiChRCh~.

"\ 3f1C6@ ~ ~ ? tG q('Cf1(OIIl: tG Q('Cf1(OIll:q 5hiRiCflI{) 3"t1~~II«=I~ tG Q('Cf1(OIll: self imprisonment and revolutionary Who were known as 'Surunge' and 'Turunge' in 1942 movement respectively? (1) British and followers of Gandhiji for voluntarily (2) Followers of Gandhiji for voluntarily (3) Underground (4) Underground imprisonment revolutionary self imprisonment and British self movement agitators and followers of Gandhiji for voluntarily 92. ~ ..~. K.. Talim-all _ these personalities Cfi'6'&Il Cfil"llfllol \ifT1TTjSPACE FOR ROUGH WORK . ichl:61'1 ~ (1) ~ (2) (3) (4) 3"tlcxmrr q(AI(Cfl( ..q~l(l~ - ~~i1Fft ~ ott.4..q. V.n~>fl" .Hindustan . V.. Shantharam Film Company (1) R1?1CflI( (3) llFicfi GanpatMhatre.... ~ ~ ~ q 11. as (2) Sculptor (4) Social Reformer are famous in Maharashtra (1) Painter (3) Singer (4) WIT\3T ~~ R. P.Maharashtra . ~"-"I q ~F'" ~ (1) ~ (2) (3) (4) 11.RSM 91..>Mffi ~ i1Fft i1Fft .f)(\jH ~ i1Fft ~1~IBI~CiI ~ CilI~(ICI m .Prabhat Film Company Film Company (3) Baburao Pentar (4) V.Manoranjan Film Company Which of the following is mis-paired ? (1) Baburao Pendharkar (2) Dadasaheb Phalke . 1942:arT 3"tn~1"'I1(1 '~. V. ~ 3"t1~~II«=I~ 3"t1~~II«=I~ 5hiRiCfllfl q ~ 'qC6C1C63"ti~I(1Cfl q 11. 20 A CflIUI ·cil '~. Phadke.. Karmarkar. ~1i(1l(lq .

(2) Vasantdada Patil (4) Yashavantrao Chavan ''fm. (1) Cled(ICl ~ ~.A 94.O.~mm. the Government of _ Maharashtra. iii oocj (. 'ChIOll3>~' 31JiUr 'iilICl'"1Ch:t~ ~~' %'Gf.s (ffiffi~' (1) (2) (3) tt ~ Iit51(I'iii crRT~~. (1) {"tlfcliliill{~ (2) ~~ Two collections of poems namely 'Kavyaphule' and 'Bavankashi Subodh Ratnakar' were written and published by (1) Savitribai Phule (3) Justice Ranade ~CfiI"'lflld1~/SPACE _ (2) Pandita Ramabai (4) Mahatma Jotiba Phule FOR ROUGH WORK P. U'JI1!ff ~ ~msT~~ ~~im established the organisation 'Depressed Class Mission'. (4)~~~ ____ (1) Rajarshi Shahu Maharaj (2) Maharshi Dhondo Keshav Karve (3) Vitthal Ramji Shinde (4) Mahatma Jotiba Phule 96.:y ChIOllellt5 crRT~ $lChI~ld~. (1) Vasantrao Naik (3) Balasahe b Kher 95.Rill ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 21 RSM q'q III d (I 'iii ~ Iit51(ItS?1 CfiW d {"t~ d'I"ClI1 ~ t5ClI ~ l'q I fcrcm: ~ >ICfi"ll: ~amf 31fUT(fl Ch(Olll{"t 16"1lit5l(ltS? :t 11{"t'"1I~ "lIi"ClIT 3lcara:1Cl@ \1"1~ (2) CledGIGI ~ (4) lI:tICld(ICl ~ (3) iill03l{"t Igiil "@: Considering the report of Balawantrai Mehta Committee. formed a Committee under the Chairmanship of to study the possibility of implementation ofPanchayat Raj system in Maharashtra. .T.

RSM 97. (1) Maharshi Dhondo Keshav Karve (2) Manohar Joshi (3) M. Kannamawar (4) Tarabai Wartak in .ftlill~ ~"<OIi. q:)llOIfTRlCf){OIl<l~ @lcll~~chl"Cfl1uT6tft? (2) ~_ (3) (4) Name the person who made towering work for the women education Maharashtra. (1) 22 A ~ -. S.ft~. {NICf){ (2) ~~~f{~ (3) ~~~t5cll~ (4) ~~{Ioft What is the name of the poetic biography of Mahatma Phule written by Savitribai Phule ? (1) Bavanakashi Subodh Ratnakar (2) Phulecharitra (3) Phulesahawas (4) Phulrani 98.nq ~ ? ~("4i~ Cf)1~IOI<01 ~ liIlcHCf)l(ft ~ ~lfCI. ll. ~~mm~@I81~~ml3lT%? (1) \ilumfl~ q:)IIOIJIR~Ci5qotl~ 3lro~ (2) ~~~ (3) (4) ~~Cf)IIOIJIR~~ Cf)lcllOllctBl(ft m Which of the following option is incorrect regarding Narayan Meghaji Lokhande? (1) Pioneer of the labour movement in India (2) Daily Newspaper 'Gurakhi' (3) Organised first labour conference in Mumbai (4) Meeting with Karl Marx 99.R Cf)~lOIqR dRlliIl~. w-fu~~lITtr (1) ~mm~~ lIT.

sj)ktcill ~ ~ (3) "if.jj ______ against women. JOi6RI6?Id)(1~~-. ~ (2) ~ (4) ~I%«ICI ______ read the thesis on 'Liberal Religion of Hindustan' 'International Liberal Religion Conference' held in Amsterdam.ft (1) ~~ (3) at the (2) Swami Vivekanand (4) Bhaskarrao Jadhav "4"RT '3i~~4d'i:ll mm' ~ 3lT%. n. K.T.O. RSM (1) (2) lWff mit ~ ~ . ~ i:SI{Cfl( (4) ~~JOi6RI.A 100. ffR (4) d~ _ Dr. R. fcf. "if. R. Bhandarkar (4) Rajarshi Shahu Maharaj 101. 3ii~:SCfl(i. (2) ~~ U. (2) Godavari (4) Krishna FOR ROUGH WORK ChI"lI'8lo1 'iI1'TT/SPACE P. Shinde 103. (2) Jn~ICI~l (4) ~ (1) ~ (3) 'd"fCft ____ (1) Narmada (3) Tapi ~ is the largest river in Maharashtra. (1) Karmveer V. Karve 102. (1) (3) 3iJOi'R:(:iJOi ~~ 3iid«l~lI ~ qfb~~JOi~ ~ fCI~CflI~~ ~ '~~' m~ CfilfcfR fcf. f3ft4i~1 3H'41'q1{1'8 ~ Cfl(OIRI~~ 23 ~ ~ 31llJfffi. c). Shinde (3) Maharshi D. Ambedkar called him "A Companion of Untouchables" (1) Mahatma Phule (3) V. ~... brought the first Act into implementation to prevent outrages (1) Maharshi Dhondo Keshav Karve (2) Mahatma Jotiba Phule (3) Dr.. rna: lWff m. .rcft (2) Rajarshi Shahu (4) Maharshi Karve 1ft 3lT%.

(2) Amaravati (4) Solapur JOi6RIISS:ld(:'1 ~ cilIOICfliC: 'I '~~ <n ~C"&lI('1 ~. 2006-07~ ~. Cfll01('lI 1 !m.gClI(ij~1( JOi61(1~I01(:'1 ~ (:'111ICl.. (2) (NfTRl (4) (1) oro) (3) ~ 'Bankot' creek is located in (1) Thane (3) Raigad fBW district of Maharash tra. • • . 'ii111$l~'0. JOi6RIISS:I01(:'1 (2) Mumbai (4) Pune <n ~C"&lI('1 '~' 3\ql~'"l (1) w3 &br ~ ~.i) @1~il(:'1 ~ &br <n ~C"&lI('1 (1) «l(:'1I~ (3) 3f1'il'"llcill~ (2) ~ As per 2006-07statistics the maximum percentage of area under J awar Cultivation IS m district of Maharashtra. _ (2) Bori (4) Burai 3iICfl.: ~ (1) ~ . (2) 3iJOi(ICHfl (4) «l(:'1I~ (3) ~ In Maharashtra. (3) ~ (4) ~ The world famous 'Ajantha Caves' are located on the bank ofriver (1) Vaghur (3) Panjhara 108. (2) Ratnagiri (4) Sindhudurg 107. the largest area under 'Tur' is in (1) Dhule (3) Sangli 106.RSM 104.~' <n '"lcfl"6t4l (2) faticR "ciIlft CI~ ~ (rlI1 ~. ' district. (1) Solapur (3) Usmanabad ~Cfil¥ilflltl~/SPACE (2) Pune (4) Jalgaon FOR ROUGH WORK - .(lJOi~ ~ <I~llIRCfl 24 A CflR@I~ ~ mfUr ~ (2) ~ (4) ~ ? (1) ~ (3) Cfll(Y(il~ Which city has highest number of chemical and drug factories? (1) Nagpur (3) Kolhapur 105.

~Rdl=oql U$' 3('q~ld ~ 'iRft 'Cf (fffiJT m~~.87 ~ CFlIIOU(4lo1 /SPACE ~ FOR ROUGH (2) 2.83 The gross capital formation in agriculture and allied sector as a proportion of total GDP of India stood at in 2008-09. 3~:i'jlllql~ f. (1) 1142518 (3) 1142718 (2) 1142618 (4) 1143518 crores at the end of March 2009.66 (4) 2.87 (2) 2.fhft ~ ~ _____ Desert Soil (4) "CfiTCifr ~ soils are found in the western and central part of Rajasthan.'r1:ITur 6lUII=lli ~ ~i:Sqfll:Cl >fln1JT 2008-09 (1) 3. ~ ~ q~C"lI iGI 34qJOjfll'"i ~ ? (2) 1966 (4) 1949 (2) 1966 (4) 1949 (1) 1991 (3) 1948 (1) 1991 (3) 1948 When was Indian Rupee first devalued? 112. 113.A (1) fl6ilIs=-1 (3) (2) 25 RSM fI Id y>_.83 WORK P.34 (3) 2.66 (4) 2.. ~ (2) 1142618 mao (1) 1142518 (3) 1142718 (4) 1143518 India's external debt stock stood at Rs. lffCf 2009 ~ ~I(dlq{lfl ~ ~ cn1it~. (1) 3.O.s I (4) mcrffi Which one of the following mountain ranges is a 'water shed' between Narmada Valley and the Tapi Valley? fcf~ (1) Sahyadri (2) Satpuda (4) Aravalli (3) Vindhya (1) (3) (1) cWjCflllOill ~ 111c61=t:{l ~ (2) GflG~:. . (2) Marshy Soil (3) Alluvial Soil (4) Black Soil ~ 111.34 (3) 2.T.

5 India's The recent Expert Group Report (Dr.2 (2) 25. (1) 41. which was 30%in 1990-91came down to % in 2008-09. Tendulkar Report) estimates aggregate poverty to be per cent. fcRm: ~ 3lB(fT ~Cf1~&l1 14)=&:11 GWr JitRItSS:I~1 (1) 12 (3) 11 (2) 21 (4) 22 In terms of growth rate of population (census 2011).7 (4) 27. jCf1("(:1I~~ Glf{~i:i:n c:cWlqlD ---~~.ilfTlCf1 (3) Jif£~JiRl In India disguised unemployment is mainly observed in (1) Industry (3) Fishery (2) Agriculture (4) Transport and communication.7 The contribution ofAgriculture to the GDP.2 116. ~ 2008-09~-ij (1) 14.7 (3) 16.8 (3) 37.8 (3) 37. (1) 14. Maharashtra rank in India. ~ 2011 ~ .Jt"1JIOI~j~R ~R('1Ici'i~ ~ (2) 25. ~'§~Cf1( ~) 3itql~I5IJiIJj ~IU1Idl~ _ 115. (2) 15. ~R('1I=&:1I~"UT 1990-91 ~ 30 ~ m.5 U'illi~1 ~ ~31T%.7 (3) 16.7 (4) 27. (1) 3f1~.JtJII() 511~&lI~ 26 "lIT ~ (2) ~ (4) ~ q ~CX50IqCi301 A ~~.7 ~ (2) 15. ~1~('41 ~ ~ilIdl=&:l1 ("if.RSM 114.7 ~~.7 (4) 20. (1) 41. m«mf~ ~U.7 CflI"lI{1lol \ffl1TT/SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK . ----(1) 12th (3) 11th stands at (2) 2pt (4) 22nd ~ 3\q~I~ch1 :tldlql~"1 il!Ci3oli{ ~ - 117.7 (4) 20.

f'H dl('CflIC6~~~% ~(box) (2) ~ (3) ~ (4) ~ Government payment towards pest and diseases control. (1) 81 (3) 139 ~ CfiltHffld1 ~/SPACE (2) 134 (4) 154 in 182 countries of world in respect of Human Development (2) 134 (4) 154 FOR ROUGH WORK As per the UNDP (United Nations Devp. fcrcnm' Cf114§f14(~l('"itl41)~ ~ 2009 ~ R~~liCf114~ ~I(dl:ql 31ffi. the density of population is (2) 362 (4) 267 (1) 76.9 (4) 82.9 (4) 82. ~. As per census of 2011. insurance. 3'l6C11(1Ij'8 I( 182 e~II'i41 ~ ~ ~ fcrcnm' (1) 81 (3) 139 ____ (HDI). .9 (3) 81.D. Programme). ll~TTUffi~. India is ranked Index P. income and emergency expenditure are included in the box by WTO under AOA.9 As per 2011 census Maharashtra (1) 76. (2) 362 (4) 267 persons per sq.9 per cent.9 (3) 81.A 118. ~ ~ (2) 74. 2009 report. (1) amber (3) blue (2) green (4) white (1) 365 (3) 324 in Maharashtra (1) 365 (3) 324 State.T. fcrm 3lTfUT 3'llq('CflI(. km.9 121. ~ ElcCf1iCl( $ IJl<"4 1'8~p""l(nj'8l( itrT q cfiTtt~.9 State has literacy rate of (2) 74. 27 RSM fcrw 0lJTtffi (1) ~ <8E1c~d=q.

RSM 28 A "Cfl"1"4 Cfl{041~~"5IGR~~. (1) 1-2years (3) 6-10 years 125. ~~~~~Cfl{041~IJl~ (1) 1-2 ~ (3) 6-10~ (2) 1978 (4) 1968 _ (2) 1978 (4) 1968 ~~I'ldld. (1) 1975 (3) 1988 (1) 1975 (3) 1988 124. stands for (1) United Nations Ecology Programme (2) United Nations Environment Programme (3) United Nations Energy Programme (4) United Nations Electric Programme ~Chltjl~I~~/SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK . ~ (2) Bankers Bank (4) All of above :qcxsClcil~ Wl 1Wt l:SPn ~ TRft ~Ci3I(.P. the following function (1) Control of credit (3) Government Bank 123.11. 122.g)4R11 (2) ~~ (4) ~{CflRTil ~ crtR1 ~ ~ was assigned to RBI. 1934 ~ (1) 11cf~ (3) CflI4~1.q~ ~~ ~ ~.E. Chipko movement got momentum in the year (2) 3-6 ~ (4) 10-12 ~ The conversion process from modern agriculture to sustainable agriculture usually takes years.N. ~t0~cft ~ (1) ~'114U ~ (2) ~'114l:S ~ (3) ~'1142:S~~~ (4) ~'1142:S~ ~~mCfl ~ ~CflT~T.t) ~ ~'1ot:Riic::: ~ (2) 3-6 years (4) 10-12 years U. By the Act of 1934.

RSM (1) 1979 (3) 1981 (2) 1980 (4) 1982 The sustainable agriculture movement was started in (1) 1979 (3) 1981 127.304 Normal composition of Nitrogen in clear air or near sea is (1) 74.454 (4) 78.804 (3) 72.454 (4) 78. (2) 81.r: (3) _ iRfi (2) q.304 129.A 126. ~~:q05C105~ 29 ~~~~.~ cpft.T.084 _ (1) 74.O. '814Ir:l1d: -m-~q '8~5\fch'"lI~I~jlld~1 ~~d'\l<:1 wnur% (2) 81.084 .:rcft tt wm cpftq ClIPlcfi) CIIPlcfi) ~ (5l1~fk1~ ~ ~ 3lT%."3£lH q cpft 3lTfUr . Agroforestry is a mixture (1) Agri + Forestry (2) Agril + Horticulture + Forestry (3) Forestry + Animal husbandry (4) Agri + Forestry + Animal husbandry 128. ClIPlcfi) (4) q ~~ of these basic elements.qiCl(Uf iRfi ~mft (4) ~ucf~ Sustainable agriculture is also known as (1) Permaculture (3) Organic farming ~&llql~i8j~/SPACE (2) Eco farming (4) All of the above FOR ROUGH WORK P. ~ (1) (2) (3) _ (2) 1980 (4) 1982 cnf.804 (3) 72. . cpft. ~iRft~ (1) @.

(2) 8llFt (4) (1) 5~ (3) 16 3iTctiI~( (1) June 5 1~ The World Environment Day is celebrated on (2) March 8 (4) May 1 _ (3) October 16 (1) (3) 2/3 (2) 1/3 of geographical area of the 1/2 (4) 2/5 According to National Forest Policy 1952.RSM 130. (1) ~ 1'4ctlcn 3lTfulln~fCfi ~ (2) ~ (3) 3nfUT ~ ~C'"~f{cn ~ "i1'4~lcn ~ ~1'4?1cn ~ ~~f{cn (4) "i1'4ctlcn 3nfUT ______ and are the two main acids. 'JI111Rtcn Q'4TCl(OI 30 A w.r -mft~~~. which dissolve in water in the atmosphere and fall on the ground by way of acid rain.sfjCl"i m~ CfiFRT mBT ~ (2) 1972 (4) 1982 (2) 1972 (4) 1982 3lR1T. (1) Citric + Mallie acid (2) Mallie + Sulphuric acid (3) Sulphuric + Nitric acid (4) Nitric and Citric acid 133. ~ Cl04. country should be under forest. 2/3 1/2 (2) 1/3 (4) 2/5 (1) (3) 132. (1) 1971 (3) 1981 (1) 1971 (3) 1981 ~Cfllql'f1ol~/SPACE Indian Wildlife Protection Act was enforced in the year FOR ROUGH WORK .

~ ~ ~ (1) ~ (3) ~ crfu1 wf _ Email communication system consists of (1) Address (3) Message 137. (1) ~~~ (2) 3trfu~~ 3trfu SllilCflT(1~ _ (3) ~~~ (4) To be connected to internet. ----(2) Evergreen forest (1) Deciduous forest (3) Tidal or littoral forest (4) Dry forest _____ j:6°l(1ld.T. 136. forest occurs in the area where rainfall is over 200 ems. (2) ~~~ (4) CI()(1~cIi1Cflloldlf)-.81101Cflltl ~2{~2:tn ~\so\qltlldl ~ (2) Subject (4) All of above ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ m) j:60l(1ld. m«mf~ (1) qH!?lsi ~ 31 RSM 200 W:ft ~ ~~ ~ ~ (2) W 31m tlGl6~d ~ ~ tt ~ 3ilitctJdld. .\dlJOl~ (2) ~ (4) :m:«mf.O. ~ .ntt _____ consists of several PCs or workstations connected to special computer known as server within the same building or office.A 134. a computer is assigned a unique number ofits (I) e-mail address (2) internal postal address (3) external postal address (4) internal protocol address ~C6iq" 'iT~/SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK P. (1) WAN (3) MAN (2) LAN (4) None of the above CI~HI~I qQi.

~jln~Cfl ~ ~ (GIS) % !$J ~ (2) 1980 (4) 2000 ~ 3'l1~ql~ ~~. (4) q(I(1~cIi) Ch)IOldt:. series of connections and associated with hardware and software is called as _ (1) Network (2) Internet (3) Workstations (4) None of the above 140.RSM 138."!-. ~ ~ (1) ~ (2) ~ (3) qcf. fcfi ~ (2) ~ (3) ~3iT~~ (4) q{)(1~cIi) Chloldtn-.R:~H is an output device.ntt Among following (1) Key board (2) Mouse (3) Video displaying monitor (4) None of the above 139. @lcll(1~cIi) (1) 32 A % 3'l13'lC:3C:~o61~~ 3lffl. .ntt Computers communicating with other computers thr.liOIl~lo"l ~/SPACE _ (2) 1980 (4) 2000 FOR ROUGH WORK . (1) 1960 (3) 1990 Geographical Information System (GIS) began around (1) 1960 (3) 1990 ~ q:.. ~ ~lIOICfllcil()cil< 'JII:SC"llI ~ ~ ~ '"l1~CflI~R ~3R 3llfUr ~~ ~~:W~I ~qIOI~qIOI Cfi«fRf ~ 1=601<11<1.

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21 3qlilJft ~ fua:fUT ~ullR11Jl ~-fu~ ~ Chl4Sflql:i~fl~~. 12/4/2004 12/4/2006 (4) National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) is being implemented (1) (3) ~ since _ 12/4/2003 12/4/2005 (2) (4) FOR ROUGH WORK 12/4/2004 12/4/2006 C61"1 101~/SPACE Ifl . (1) 3 .14 (4) 16 .16 The Govt. the children within the age group of (1) 3 .21 mlfiur ~ 12/4/2003 12/4/2005 ~ (NRHM) tt ~ (2) ~HChR~1~ <n ~ Chllli~d ~.{9I~qcYlll~~ (2) 33 (4) 53 m~~3lT%. of India Maharashtra implemented Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) jointly education with to all Govt.5 (3) 15 . '3\lIf fu&luT ~ (2) ~ (3) ~ MEDA has established (1) Aurangabad (3) Mumbai 146. (1) 23 (3) 43 ____ percent degradation. with the objective to provide useful primary years.14 (4) 16 . ~ (1) (3) (2) 6 .16 148.RSM 145.5 (3) 15 . (1) 23 (3) 43 147. m«f ~HChR~ q6RI~ ~11~HI'6lI1~ of the total land area in India is facing serious problem of (2) 33 (4) 53 <n q41Jlcld (2) 6 . ~RdIJl~ ~ ~ (4) ~ one state level energy education park in (2) Nagpur (4) Pune _ ___ m ~%. ~ (MEDA) <n ~ {1~HO{1~lI 34 A <n fdChluft ~ ~.

~~ (1) ~. (4) The crop which is sown in the field when previous crop is ready to harvest is known as _ (1) Mixed cropping (3) Relay cropping ~ (2) Inter cropping (4) Strip cropping C1wmmfl \ffi1TT/SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK P. B5iOT:Jllidl"!1Tll B5i~()'JIJIR ~ ~~ ~'HzVl~l ~ tt ~ q~ ~HCflRtfI 'Hq~d _ {~IF'lICfliR1 ~ cPIC6dl Cf)141~d~. (3) ~ fcficn ~ 1ftc!. (1) 75:25 (3) 80:20 The Swarnjayanti ____ states. cpft cntR "Cfllft ~ WJT (2) ~ ____ factors responsible for low agril. Wl/~) fcRft~? (2) 1750 (4) 1955 (kg/ha) of the rice in India during 1995-96 ? (2) 1750 (4) 1955 What was the productivity (1) 1705 (3) 1855 152.m)~. (1) 75:25 (3) 80:20 Gram (2) 90:10 (4) 70:30 Swarozgar Yojana (SGSY) was implemented on a cost sharing basis between Centre and States for non.T. (1) Small size of holding (3) Social factor (2) Scanty use of fertilizers (4) Natural calamities (SGSy) 150.productivity in India.CflIQon(1lanB~'Hdl'1I:q~~1ftc!. . (1) Pcit:t4CflCflI(OlitJ)M ~ 35 RSM ir<fRf cpft 3. ~ 1ftc!.CfldI (fcfi.Cfldl ~~. ~~ (1) 1705 (3) 1855 mm ~ 3("tfIc. ~1ftc!.O.north-eastern (2) 90:10 (4) 70:30 1995-96 151. (2) f4~ 1ftc!. 31iw 1ftc!.QIc.A 149.

productivity but decline in area (3) Increase in area. production but decline in productivity (2) Increase in production.)uffi fcr'ClR ~ ~ ? (1) ~. ~ 36 cill*i'kl @ A l~n~~cIil q. ~ tR: 3\ql~'"lI(1 tR: err?.) eed by using Cochineal insect is an example w of _ (1) Biological control (3) Chemical control (2) Cultural control (4) Mechanical control (1) (3) W "3i1G (2) WI (4) fillll41'"l In India which crop is most commonly inter-cropped with Sorghum? (1) Pigeonpea (3) Black gram ~~qlfntt\ffi1l1/SPACE (2) Green gram (4) Soyabean FOR ROUGH WORK . 3('qI~Chdct err?.g)'"l~"Cflluffi ~ (1) '"l6RIt>? (3) ~ (1) Maharashtra (3) Gujarat ~ . Cf 3\ql~Cfldct Which of the following statement is applicable to Maize crop in Maharashtra State? (1) Increase in area.3('qI~Cfldct (4) ~. «1(14)'"l ~IJICI.3f11l<Hlct 3('qI~Cfldct tR: ~ ~ (2) 3('q1~'"l. '"l6RI~ ~ llCfi"T ~ err?. productivity but decline in production (4) Increase in area. production and productivity 154.RSM 153.3('q1~'"l err?. (3) ~.m% ? (2) "3W ~ (4) ll~ (2) Uttar Pradesh (4) Madhya Pradesh Which state is having highest area under Soybean cultivation? (1) ~~ (3) (I~ ill RCfl tr.Wf Control ofprickly pear (012untiaS12p.

RSM (3) ~ ~ (4) liiIitt.l~~liCflI(l 'SIitt"iId\(1 ~ J06UI('1l(l.A 157.O. .() "{q.() ~ (1) liiIittoft'ill 3«11&Cfldl (2) 37 GI@i'ClulF:('II f. ~/SPACE (2) Northern (4) Southern FOR ROUGH WORK P.f)(l ~ ~ ? 3WtT q~II)1('I llWffi (2) ~ (3) ~llWffi (4) 1iiIf?l·ri'il"i ~~ Cfl(OIl{l q~lIlld In which tillage system surface layer is loosen and some plant residues are buried in soil? (1) Minimum tillage (2) Zero tillage (3) Conservation tillage (4) Soil inversion tillage (1) ~ (2) '3""ffi: (4) (3) 1:Jf~ m&TUT In which part of our country.JT /"WJT ( 4) IiiI itt ·f'I'iI"1 "ERm (3) ~-~ Vertical section of soil through all its layers is known as (1) Soil texture (3) Soil profile 159.ftT.ft=4) ~cflCfl('1l An index of available nutrients from soil to plants is called as (1) Soil productivity (3) Nutrient availability (2) Soil solution (4) Soil fertility _ (1) IiiI itt. Cf)IUI~lllWffi (1) ~ ~ ~ _ (2) Soil structure (4) Soil density 4lCflco"i ~ CI"'Ifqd"j:~ -m ~ 1iiIf?l. area under irrigation is the highest? (1) Eastern (3) Western ~ Cfilqi(·Uo". liiIittoft<fi C!"'IfqdfulJ} ~"1~OljiT.ft:q I tffif (2) IiiI itt .T.

)lll(j~ 3iCliAat('1l('1 'Cfil'"Omf ~ ('1IQQH 0.50 38 A -a 20° -B. mclla. (1) 100~ (3) 80~ (2) 65~ (4) 75~ Maximum water saving through drip system is to the extent of (1) 100 per cent (2) 65 per cent _ (3) 80 per cent ~ (4) 75 per cent Cfllql~laj \ifTTTT/SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK . (2) Tube wells (4) Canal ~olll'i{t ~ Cf11(sCllttfcficrr~a:r (~) ~ ClIQ{(lI('1 ~~m:rn? (1) ~ (3) ~LfTUft ctT~~ 4lolll'41 ~CJ?Ifr 31TfUr WJR~ Which method of irrigation is used in arid regions where water is scarce and often of poor quality? (1) Furrow (3) Sprinkler (2) Drip (4) Wild flooring 164.RSM 161. ~ ~ ~ m: LfTUft ~Olll'~:fl ~ ~ ? (1) ~~ (3) WJR~ Which method ofirrigation is followed when the temperature falls between 0. ~ ~ qOG.!t.50 to 20 ° C in winter season? (1) Flood irrigation (3) Sprinkler irrigation 162.alt!@ 1:fCffl qlolll'41 ~~. ffj:q"i l'q 1 ~~~? (2) Drip irrigation (4) All of the above (1) ~ (3) (R1Tq (2) ~Q"iR1CflI (4) CfiR1cIT ('t1R:) Which source of irrigation is the cheapest? (1) Open wells (3) Tank 163.

.O.80 168.ha) is subjected to soil erosion out of 328 m. ~.65 (4) 85-90 Summer groundnut requires 12 to 13 irrigations and its total water requirement 18 ha centi-meter. ~Olll*fl ~ (2) (3) ¢ ~Oll 1+%1 ~ "' ~ " 41CI*-I1~ (4) ~ Which is the most critical stage of irrigation in wheat crop? (1) Crown root initiation stage (2) Tillering (3) Boot stage (4) Flowering 166. 3TIfUT~~ 4lolll.A 165.60 (3) 70 ..lft. ~ ~~ 12 ~ 13 qlolll'illli (2) 175 (4) 265 ~~ elJldld ______ %~. ~1«11'ill11 328 Gm1&"f tcm ~jJnR1Cf) ~ w:nt ~ (2) 175 (4) 265 Gm1&"f tcm ~ ~ ~~ ? (1) 100 (3) 225 How much land (m. (1) 50 .fj ~ (1) 50 . . Jlo61~lo'111!Ufr ~olll"l::n ~ e~G"1~ne 39 RSM ~~? (1) ~cti:<::~J.80 (2) 60 .ha of India's geographical area? (1) 100 (3) 225 167.i1"1lcHi'illll ~~~ t?lolll~ldl (2) 60 .60 (3) 70 .T.90 cnlurnT~ (2) ~ (4) q14(Ml ~ ? (1) ~ (3) Cfi\1JT ~ "¥fm lJ'4'qRUJT lJ'4 ~ Which method is used for rapid multiplication of farm animals? (1) Hybridization (3) Artificial insemination ~ (2) Gene transfer (4) Embryo transfer Cfiliil~la'1 \ffiTTT/SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK P.65 (4) 85 .

(2) Hybrid Napier (4) Cowpea ~~@. ~ (1) ~ (3) ~ t:ffil 40 A cftcFi ~-~ q:'tl~ffi'4 (llCffl Cflff) cftcFi 3TI% ? (2) (4) ~ ~~* Which crop is a perennial graminaceous crop? (1) Senji (3) Lucerne 170. ci\"uffi ~ (1) ~ (3) ~ 1:frcfi ~'l1\'41 '5H 161iflli1 ( ~ 3TI% ? (2) ~ (4) l1cfiT + ~ Which fodder is good for milch animals? (1) Sorghum (3) Cowpea (2) Pearlmillet (4) Maize + Cowpea (1) ~~ (3) ~ Which system of the breeding is included under inbreeding? (1) Outbreeding (3) Triple crossing ~Cfili"'fllo1~/SPACE (2) Cross breeding (4) Close breeding FOR ROUGH WORK .R (It(OllR'I cnlOlflil SlCflI(i5l1l :tld)t!~ '.RSM 169.if'IClt!q~lcn (Rtl1If+fl) (1) ~~? ~mtt mtt cnl(:SClI~ mtt 'JR1fflRfd (2) (3) (4) qlciH:'IICl( 3lTmfur mtt Which type of agriculture helps to keep the ecological balance of nature? (1) Sustainable agriculture (2) Irrigated agriculture (3) Dry land agriculture (4) Rainfed agriculture 171.

(2) 4 . ~. Pramod Bakshi (2) Dr.A 173. V. G. '~-wftuy (1) (2) (3) fcrcnm atCbi54l' (~) ~&ft 31'&fm cituT 311% ? sf. Gupta (4) Dr. eft. >JCnm ~&ft sf. ~ sf. ~ (4) Who is the President of NABARD ? (1) Dr.12 (1) 0 . ~.7 (4) (1) 0 .7 (4) 13 .16 176. "" l(kIlChlql'Ell61 . .O. P.12 13 .~'ElCji~tS<: ~ ~(1 (1) f@C'"MR 41 _ RSM (2) ~ (4) 'ElmClIM (3) 3fliHlcill<!) The best bullock breed for agricultural work is (1) Khillar (3) Usmanabadi (2) Jursy (4) Sahiwal _ (1) llCfiT (2) ~ (3) ~ (4) ~ Which green fodder should not be fed on empty stomach to dairy animals to avoid bloat? (1) Maize (3) Pearl millet 175. ott.. Prakash Bakshi (3) Dr. ~ sf. M.4 (3) 8 . Dandekar ~ Cfllql~lJ\ \ffiTTTjSPACE FOR ROUGH WORK P.T.4 (3) 8 . ~~~~>JlnUT (2) Sorghum (4) Cowpea cmiQ4<l ~.16 Crude protein content (%) in Barley varies from (2) 4 .

CI110l('lqlSlCflI~1 ~ (1) ~ q~"ICfl{OI (2) Ardhapuri (4) Shrimanti cr-fP:r~ ~ tt ~ 3("qIG"iIBI31 q~ muft \lI1QlBOll IB 161Cfi«ffif ? (2) ~~~ (3) (4) ~cr-fP:r~~ Gl§:Q41JOcr-fP:r~ 3("qIG"i ~ In which system of agroforestry.RSM 42 A (1) ~ (3) ~ (2) ~ ('~-9) (4) ~ In Marathwada region which variety of Banana is planted on large scale? (1) Basrai (3) Grandnine (G-9) 178. R 2003 ~ (1) ~ 4!llldh.~I~H ~PdUT~CfiT3~~~? (2) 3f1(JIICSlIG Where India's first horticultural training centre was started in the year 2003? (1) Nasik (3) Rajgurunagar ~ (fIlq 1{1ldl ~ (2) Aurangabad (4) Talegaon Dabhade /SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK . 'Stone Grafting' has been found to be the best method of propagation? (1) Lime (2) Guava (4) Banana (3) Mango 180.'1 ~ q:. ~. forests are managed for the production of wood as well as for rearing of domestic animals? (1) Agrosilviculture (2) Silvipastoral system (3) Agrisilvipastoral system (4) Multipurpose forest tree plantation system (1) ~ (2) % (3) ~ (4) ~ For which of the following fruit crop.

(2) Acasia (4) Eucalyptus ~1~fl{1~em ~ ~ ~ ~ 3ql~1I1~~1 ~ 3i1C4~4Cf) ~ (3) Termenalia 183. ______ (1) ~ ~~'t:fROIR'1IJl3iIOI04k13lR1T.T. (2) (4) 3iC). cHi:aJ1 WP(101l'8ltl ~ ? (1) '8(Cf)R:aJ1 q(ql'1J~~lqI4 (2) 3i1(flql~1 ~qijl4 fu~ ~ 111?f ~ mcrr 3imcrT (3)~~~~ (4) qOO' w:f What measures should be undertaken to protect forests? (1) (2) Cutting trees without permission of Govt.)uffi'tftcf. 43 @~.\~fTJ{) ______ (1) was brought in India for soil conservation.nfr qro-~ (2) ~ ~ ~~. _____ (1) ~ fcti. SlIt!&:II~ ffi:q<:h0fl~ (Peninsular) ~~~? (1) ~ (2) ~ (4) ~ RSM Which of the following crop is mainly cultivated in Peninsular India? (1) Fig (2) (4) Cashew Date (3) Apple 182.\~J n{l Casuarina equisetifolia (4) WT ______ (1) is extensively planted as wind-breaker in coastal area. (3) f. should be punishable crime Tribals should be offered an alternative occupation grazing should be avoided All above ~ ~Plq:s ~ (3) Indiscriminate (4) 184.'1l~~ch)q.~P.O. (2) (4) FOR ROUGH WORK Cashew Teak (3) Eucalyptus ~ <:61QltUol~/SPACE P.1I (3) 3l$ Cashew f.A 181. .

RSM 44 (1) 4 fci..5 (4) 6.ffi kg wool with In India "Magra" sheep annually yields on an average 5. (1) 4 kg (3) 3 kg (2) 2 kg (4) 3.5 (4) 6.ntTT/SPACE (2) Catla (4) Crab FOR ROUGH WORK .ffi (3) 3 fci.5 (1) ~ (3) ~ (2) CRffi (4) ~ Which of the following is a main sea fish? (1) Mackerel (3) Prawn ~ tfiliil~lcfl .5 How much was the annual targetted growth rate (%) for fisheries during ninth five year plan (1997-2002) ? (1) 9.ffi (2) 2 fci.5 kg (1) 1fR1 (2) ~ (4) ~ (3) ~(1lcfl(f1 Which fish remain at the bottom of pond and feeds on organic matter in the mud and algae? (1) Mrigal (3) Thilapia (2) Rohu (4) Bangda (1) 9.5 (3) 7.8 cm staple length.5 fci.5 (2) 8.5 (3) 7.5 (2) 8.ffi (4) 3.

A 189. l'I6RI~I(11 ~~ *:flI~".gtIlCfId lllCfffi fcf. @lefI(1~eIi1 (1) ~ 45 RSM ~ ~ ~ Cf>luroT lffin lffin ~~ft4l'1l'1~ dCfOllRlId1 (2) ~ ? (~m) (3) ~ (4) ~~ Which of the following fish is preferred in acquarium ? (1) Gold fish (3) Mrigal 190. .O. (1) 25 crores (3) 75 crores 191.T. ~ (1) ~ ~ Cfllll'W:Cl ~ ~ ~ ? ~ Cf1#1(?lf1~RltlCfd ".crr (2)~~ (3) ~ ~ t!~ l(1l1ld (4)~~ Primary wholesale markets are located in (1) Villages _ (2) Big cities (3) Big towns or taluk headquarters (4) Capital cities 192.i41 (2) Rohu (4) Silver carp ~ICf~lICfldl m:ffi ? (1) 25"Cflltt (3) (2) 50"Cflltt ? 75"Cflltt (4) 100"Cflltt How much is the annual requirement offish finger lings (seed) in Maharashtra (2) 50 crores (4) 100 crores 31mn(f.4)oftCf( ~ ~ 3'"lcflH"i ~ 'i''''CflII6rnrn ~ ~Cfl(?nd olOlil1H ~ (2) ~ (4) wm Cfllll~idtid Slfdltfid ~ (3) IHlql~Cfl ~ "ctftB 'IHCf What are the objectives of Land Ceiling Act? (1) To check accum ulation of land in few hands (2) Rehabilitation of landless labours on surplus land acquired from ceiling of holding (3) To establish social justice (4) All above ~ C61'H~It\ \ifTTTT/SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK P. ~~~ (1) @.

lI l1ftm On what basis village markets are classified? (1) Location (3) Market area 194. ~ atl\llRiT.·n~~c:fi) 6fltOIf41 CflI49Fl"iI~ ~ (1) ~ 51~~IIT.. (2) Wheat (4) Oil-Seeds 6fllOIf41 ftlCfllql'lti ~ 6fur 9FlidlT. ~ (1) ~ (3) ~~ crops are not covered under National Food Security Mission. _____ (1) Rice (3) Pulses 195. (2) Number of commodities (4) Time _____ ~ \l$ 3FT W&TT ~ (1) ~ (3) ~~ ~ (2) ~ (4)~ WilfcltSC Cfi{Otlla ~~.il (4) ~~ 6fllol~tft. (2) National rural employment (4) Hill area development agency ~~ ~ GIC30tlltildl ~ CfiTurn (1) m~ cBr (fiCflGIl1T. .ft~ ? (2) l1tfiT (4) ~~ With which Crop Green Revolution started in India? (1) Wheat (3) Hybrid Sorghum 196.1Cfi) ~ ~lqRI~ cBr % f4:."idld'~ \iI"ffi ? (2) ti~atl.RSM 193.mft (3) ~ Which trading technique is used for avoiding the price risk? (1) Hedging (3) Future contract ~ctilql~mfl~/SPACE (2) Speculation (4) None of these FOR ROUGH WORK .1I (2) Maize (4) Hybrid Pearlmillet \lId011ai'iXll mm m-rn q ~ RJI:s"1a ~ ? (2) (4) u$ mlftuT 00n: (3) ~W'fUT~ ~-ro-rm-rn~ Which of the following programmes is having the objective of development and management of irrigation sources? (1) Desert development (3) Drought prone area 197. @I~.ft qJfql(l Cfl~lIq{ CfiUmf 46 A ? (2) ~~ti&n(4) ~ (1) ~~ (3) atl\llRIT.

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