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Tughlaqs 2.D. 2010) 14. The System of Dyarchy was introduced in India in (c) Narasimhasvarma Pallava (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. Name the Maratha Saint who was a contemporary of Shivaji. 2. 2011) (c) Brahma Gupta (d) Brihadratha (a) Sarnath (b) Bodh Gaya 5. 2011) (c) Saint Dhyaneshwar (d) Namdev (a) Swami Vivekananda 22. Ambedkar (b) M.D. 5. Who of the following attended all the Three Round Table (a) Lord Ripon (b) Lord Dalhousie Conferences? (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. (b) Pulakesin II 17. 2. 2010) 19. (d) 1670 A. 2012) 10. Which of the following cereals was among the first to be (b) Swami Dayanand Saraswati used by man? (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Saiyids 4. 2010) of India because: (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Simon Commission was boycotted by the nationalist leaders (SSC CGL 1st Sit. The monk who influenced Ashoka to embrace Buddhism (c) Kochi (d) Nellore was (SSC CGL 2nd Sit.K. (a) Prabhakaravardhana (c) 1680 A. Which king is referred to as Devanampiya Piyadassi (Beloved (c) Megasthenes (d) Justin of the Gods) in the inscriptions? (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2010) 15. Who among the following British persons admitted the (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 5 (b) 5. The Greek ambassador sent to Chandragupta Maurya's Court was : (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Who among the following was an illiterate ? (c) 1919 (d) 1945 (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. 1 (d) 4. (b) 1674 A. 3. Ilbari Turks (b) all the members of the Commission were English 5. 5.y ou rs m 1 ah bo ob . Khiljis (c) the members of the Commission were biased against (a) 1. Which Governor General is associated with Doctrine of Lapse ? (c) Mahatma Gandhi (d) Subash Chandra Bose (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. 2011) 1.w HISTORY or dp re ss CHAPTER .D.D. 4. The Lodi dynasty was founded by (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. Coronation of Shivaji took place in (c) Bahlol Lodi (d) Khizr Khan (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. Mahatma Gandhi was profoundly influenced by the writings (c) Lord Ellenborough (d) Disraeli of (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Which of the following is called the 'shrimp capital of India'? (a) Bernard Shaw (b) Karl Marx (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Tilak (d) Bipin Chandra Pal (a) Lord Dalhousie (b) Lord Canning 3. 2012) 11. w w w .G. Mention the place where Buddha attained enlightenment (a) Vishnu Gupta (b) Upa Gupta (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. 4. (c) The Dutch (d) The English (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2011) 6.c om 1. 3. 3. 2012) (c) Aurobindo Ghosh (a) Rye (b) Wheat (d) Raja Ram Mohan Roy (c) Barley (d) Oat .M. Who was the founder of The Servants of India Society? 13. 2011) (d) Sasanka (a) 1909 (b) 1935 7. 2011) (c) Lord Bentinck (d) Lord Curzon (a) B. 3. The Editor of 'Young India' and 'Harijan' was (a) Jahangir (b) Shah Jahan (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. 2011) (c) Vallabhbhai Patel (d) Gandhiji (a) Kautilya (b) Seleucus Nicator 20. 2010) 18. 2011) (c) Lenin (d) Leo Tolstoy (a) Mangalore (b) Nagapatnam 4. Gokhale (b) M. 2011) (c) B. 2010) (a) 1627 A.R. 2011) (c) Bindusara (d) Chandragupta Maurya (a) The French (b) The Portuguese 21. 4. Identify the European power from whom Shivaji obtained (a) Asoka (b) Harsha cannons and ammunition: (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Harshvardhana was defeated by (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. 1 India (c) 2..G. The call of "Back to the Vedas" was given by: (a) Saint Eknath (b) Saint Tukaram (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Arrange the following in chronological order : 12. 2 (d) it did not meet the demands of the Indians 2. 2011) (c) Akbar (d) Aurangazeb (a) Nehru (b) Ambedkar 8. 2010) (c) Kapilavastu (d) Rajgriha (a) Ibrahim Lodi (b) Sikandar Lodi 16. 1. 2010) Revolt of 1857 as a national revolt? (a) G. Malavia 9. Lodis (a) they felt that it was only an eyewash 3. Ranade (SSC CGL 1st Sit.

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23. The treaty of Versailles restored Alsace-Lorraine to: 36. The original name of Nana Phadnavis was

(SSC CGL 2nd Sit. 2012) (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. 2012)

(a) Italy (b) Britain (a) Mahadaji Sindhia (b) Tukoji Holkar

(c) France (d) Belgiun (c) Narayan Rao (d) Balaji Janardan Bhanu

24. The Asokan Edicts were deciphered first by: 37. Who among the following first propounded the idea of Basic

(SSC CGL 2nd Sit. 2012) Education? (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. 2012)

(a) Sir John Marshall (b) Sir William Jones (a) Jawahar Lal Nehru

(c) Charles Wilkins (d) James Princep (b) Raja Ram Mohan Roy
25. Who favoured the Artic Home thoery of the Aryans? (c) Mahatma Gandhi
(SSC CGL 2nd Sit. 2012) (d) Dayanand Saraswati
(a) Pargiter (b) A. C. Das 38. Arrange the following in chronological order:
(c) B. G. Tilak (d) Jacobi (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. 2012)
26. Who was the teacher of Gautama Buddha? I. Dandi March
(SSC CGL 2nd Sit. 2012) II. Simon Commission
(a) Panini (b) Alara Kalama III. Poona Pact
(c) Kapila (d) Patanjali IV. Gandhi Irwin Pact
27. The prose collection of the vedic poems are: (a) II, I, III, IV (b) II, I, IV, III
(c) IV, III, I, II (d) IV, III, II, I
(SSC CGL 2nd Sit. 2012)
39. The city of Prayag was named Allahabad - the city of Allah
(a) Samhitas (b) Upanishads
by (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. 2012)
(c) Aranyakas (d) Brahmanas
(a) Aurangzeb (b) Akbar
28. Non-violence as taught and practised by Mahatma Gandhi
(c) Shahjahan (d) Bahadur Shah Zafar
is rooted in the Indian Doctrine of 40. Who gave the title of "Mahamana" to Madan Mohan
(SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2012) Malviya ? (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2013)
(a) Swaraj (b) Swadeshi (a) Bal Gandadhar Tilak
(c) Satyagraha (d) Ahimsa (b) Dada Bhai Naurozi
29. Who was the founder of the Aligarh Movement ? (c) Gopal Krishna Gokhale
(SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2012) (d) Mahatma Gandhi
(a) Syed Amir Ali 41. Who was the Viceroy of the time of Quit India Movement ?
(b) Maulvi Chiragh Ali (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2013)
(c) Sir Syed Ahmed Khan (a) Lord Irwin
(d) Abdul Halim Sharar (b) Lord Mountbatten
30. ‘Prince of Pilgrims’ was the name attributed to (c) Lord Wavell
(SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2012) (d) Lord Lin Lithgow
(a) Plutarch (b) Hiuen Tsang 42. Who was the other Congress leader who joined with Motilal
(c) Fa-Hien (d) I-Tsing Nehru to start the Swaraj Party in 1923?
31. Where did Buddha deliver his first sermon ? (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2013)
(SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2012) (a) G.K. Gokhale (b) B.G. Tilak
(a) Sarnath (b) Rajagriha (c) Chittaranjan Das (d) M.K. Gandhi
(c) Kapilavastu . (d) Bodh-Gaya 43. What is the first sermon of Buddha called as ?
32. Name the Mughal Prince, who translated Bhagavat Gita into (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2013)
Persian ? (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2012) (a) Mahaparinivansutta
(a) Dara Shukoh (b) Sulaiman Shukoh (b) Brahmajalasutta
(c) Khusru (d) Murad (c) Dhammachakkapabattanasutta
33. The surgery that was practised in ancient India is known
(d) Kachchayanagottasutta
from the works of which of the following scholars ?
44. From which of the following banks did Madan Mohan
(SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2012) Malaviya take loans for financing "The Hindustan Times"?
(a) Atreya (b) Sushruta (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2013)
(c) Charaka (d) Vagbhata (a) State Bank of India
34. Who among the following was the First Viceroy of India? (b) Punjab National Bank
(SSC CGL 2nd Sit. 2012) (c) Bank of Maharashtra
(a) Lord Ripon (b) Lord Curzon (d) Bank of Baroda
(c) Lord Mountbatten (d) Lord Canning 45. Where are the Todas found ? (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2013)
35. Prithvi Raj Chauhan was defeated in the Second Battle of (a) Madhya Pradesh
Tarain by (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. 2012) (b) Tamil nadu
(a) Mahmud Ghazni (b) Muhammad Ghori (c) Rajasthan
(c) Qutbuddin Aibak (d) Yalduz (d) Aruncachal Pradesh

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46. Rowlatt Act 1919 was enacted during the period of 57. Which of the following movements saw the biggest peasant

(SSC CGL 2nd Sit. 2013) guerilla war on the eve of independence?

(a) Lord Chelmford (b) Lord William (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2013)

(c) Lord Minto (d) Lord Bentinck (a) Punnapra Vayalar Movement

(b) Telangana Movement

47. Panchayati Raj System was implemented first in the pair of
(c) Noakhali Movement

states (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. 2013)

(d) Tebhaga Movement

(a) Andhra Pradesh and Rajasthan 58. The founder of the Lodi Dynasty was

(b) Assam and Bihar (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2013)
(c) Arunachal Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh (a) Bahlol Lodi
(d) Punjab and Chandigarh (b) Sikandar Shah Lodi
48. Which of the following tribes is associated with the “Tana (c) Jalal Khan Lodi
(d) Ibrahim Lodi
Bhagat” movement? (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. 2013)
59. The Gandharva School of art is also known as the
(a) Uraon (b) Munda (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2013)
(c) Santhal (d) Kondadora (a) Buddhist-Roman art
49. Who founded the Naujawan Bharat Sabha? (b) Dravidian-Roman art
(a) B. C. Pal (c) Greco-Roman art
(b) G. Subramania Iyer (d) Greco-Roman-Buddhist art
(c) Sardar Bhagat Singh 60. The Bolshevik Revolution of Russia symbolized following:
(SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2013)
(d) Rukmani Lakshmipathi
(a) coming of the Communist Rule
50. The Narendra Mandal or Chamber of Princes was (b) establishment of Republic of Russia
inaugurated in 1921 by (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. 2013) (c) establishment of Democracy in Russia
(a) Lord Curzon (d) overthrow of Romanov Dynasty
(b) Lord Wellesley 61. Which General, who commanded the British forces against
(c) Duke of Cannaught the Americans in their War of Independence later became
(d) Duke of Wellingdon Governor-General of India ? (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2013)
(a) Dalhousie (b) William Bentinck
51. Buddha, Dhamma and Sangha together are known as
(c) Wellesley (d) Cornwallis
(SSC CGL 2nd Sit. 2013) 62. Who established the Indian Civil Liberties Union in 1936?
(a) Triratna (b) Trivarga (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2013)
(c) Trisarga (d) Trimurti (a) Subhash Chandra Bose
52. Who was called Lichchavi Dauhitra? (b) Bal Gangadhar Tilak
(SSC CGL 2nd Sit. 2013) (c) Jawahar Lal Nehru
(a) Chandragupta I (b) Skandagupta (d) Rajendra Prasad
63. Which of the following was established first?
(c) Kumaragupta (d) Samudragupta
(SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2013)
53. Pulakesin II was the greatest ruler of the (a) Banaras Hindu University
(SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2013) (b) University of Bombay
(a) Chalukyas of Kalyani (c) Aligarh Muslim University
(b) Pallavas of Kanchi (d) University of Allahabad
(c) Cholas of Tamil Nadu 64. The first Indian Satellite Aryabhatta was launched in
(d) Chalukyas of Badami (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2013)
(a) 1972 (b) 1975
54. The Uttaramerur inscription provides information on the
(c) 1977 (d) 1979
administration of the (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2013) 65. Where did Aurangzeb die? (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2013)
(a) Pallavas (b) Cholas (a) Pune (b) Aurangabad
(c) Chalukyas (d) Satavahanas (c) Ahmad Nagar (d) Mumbai
55. Pitts India Act of 1784 was a/an (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2013) 66. Who gave the title of "Sardar" to Ballabh Bhai Patel?
(a) Ordinance (b) Resolution (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2013)
(c) White paper (d) Regulation Act (a) Mahatma Gandhi (b) Vinoba Bhave
56. Which one of the following statements is not true in respect (c) Women of Bardoli (d) Peasants of Gujrat
67. What Satyagraha was held at Nagpur in 1923?
of A.O. Hume? (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2013)
(SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2013)
(a) He founded the Indian National Congress.
(a) Salt Satyagraha
(b) He presided over the Congress Annual Sessions twice. (b) Individual Satyagraha
(c) He was an ornithologist. (c) Ryots Satyagraha
(d) He was a member of the Indian Civil Service. (d) Flag Satyagraha

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68. Which one of the following is not a sect of Buddhism? 80. The South East trade winds are attracted towards the Indian

(SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2013)

sub continent in the rainy season due to

(a) Mahayana (b) Hinayana (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2015)

(c) Digambar (d) Theravad (a) the effect of easterlies

(b) the effect of Northern–East trade winds

69. Who was the viceroy when Delhi became the capital of British

India? (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2013) (c) the presence of low atmospheric pressure over North–

(a) Lord Curzon (b) Lord Minto West India

81. What is 'Reformation'? (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2015)

(c) Lord Hardinge (d) Lord Waveli
70. Multan was named by the Arabs as (SSC CGL 2014) (a) Revival of classical learning
(a) City of beauty (b) City of wealth (b) The revolt against authority of pope
(c) City of gold (d) Pink city (c) Rise of absolute monarchy
71. Which one of the following was the book written by (d) Change in attitude of man
82. Swaraj is my Birth Right and I shall have it. This was
Amoghvarsha, the Rashtrakuta King? (SSC CGL 2014)
advocated by : (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2015)
(a) Adipurana
(a) Mahatma Gandhi (b) Lala Lajpat Rai
(b) Ganitasara Samgraha
(c) Sardar Patel (d) Lokmanya Tilak
(c) Saktayana
83. Gandhiji's Famous Quit India Movement call to the British
(d) Kavirajamarga
was given in : (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2015)
72. Who built the Kailasanatha Temple at Ellora?
(a) 1940 (b) 1942
(SSC CGL 2014)
(c) 1941 (d) 1943
(a) Rajendra I
84. In which year was the Indian National Congress formed :
(b) Mahendra Varman I
(SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2015)
(c) Krishna I
(a) 1901 (b) 1835 (c) 1875 (d) 1885
(d) Govinda I
85. Bangladesh was created in : (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2015)
73. The land measures of the Second Pandyan Empire was
(a) 1973 (b) 1970 (c) 1972 (d) 1971
mentioned in (SSC CGL 2014)
86. Raja Ram Mohan Roy was the founder of :
(a) Thalavaipuram Copper Plates
(SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2015)
(b) Uttirameru Inscription
(a) Brahmo Samaj
(c) Kudumiyammalai Inscription
(b) Prathna Samaj
(d) Kasakudi Copper Plates
(c) Ram Krishna Mission
74. Who was the greatest ruler of the Satavahanas?
(d) Arya Samaj
(SSC CGL 2014)
87. Who initiated the movement to form the Indian National
(a) Satkarni I
Congress : (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2015)
(b) Gautamiputra Satkarni
(a) Annie Besant (b) A.O. Hume
(c) Simuka
(c) W.C. Banerjee (d) Gandhi ji
(d) Hala
88. Kamarup is an ancient name of which region of India?
75. The greatest king of the Pratihara dynasty was
(SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2016)
(SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2015)
(a) Bihar (b) Rajasthan
(a) Bhoj (Mihir–Bhoj) (b) Dantidurga (c) Karnataka (d) Assam
(c) Nagbhatta II (d) Vatsaraj 89. Which battle led to the downfall of the Vijayanagar empire?
76. In 1939 Subhash Chandra Bose was elected as President of (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2016)
the Congress Party defeating (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2015) (a) Battle of Takkolam (b) Battle of Talikota
(a) Jawaharlal Nehru (c) Battle of Kanwah (d) Battle of Panipat
(b) Maulana Abul Kalam Azad 90. Who introduced Mansabdari system in India?
(c) V.B. Patel (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2016)
(d) Pattabhi Sitharamayya (a) Babur (b) Humayun
77. Jallianwala incident took place at (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2015) (c) Akbar (d) Jahangir
(a) Lucknow (b) Surat 91. The ‘Cabinet Mission’ of 1946 was led by 1946
(c) Amritsar (d) Allahabad
(SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2016)
78. Who was the founder of Lodhi dynasty ?
(a) Lord Linlithgow (b) Lord Mountbatten
(a) Sikandar Lodhi (b) Bahlol Lodhi
(c) Sir Pethic Lawrence (d) Sir Mountford
(c) Ibrahim Lodhi (d) Daulat Khan Lodhi
92. What did Gandhiji meant by ‘Sarvodaya’?
79. Which one of the following pair is not correctly matched ?
(SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2016)
(SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2015)
(a) Non-violence
(a) Akbar – Todarmal
(b) Upliftment of untouchables or dalits
(b) Chanakya – Chandragupta
(c) The birth of a new society based on ethical values
(c) Vikramaditya – Chaitanya
(d) Satyagraha
(d) Harshvardhan – Hiuen Tsang

The famous activist Medha Patakar is associated with which movement ? (SSC CHSL 2015) (a) Nasik (b) Maski (a) Narmada Bachao Andolan (c) Hathigumpha (d) Aihole (b) Save the Tiger 99. 2016) (c) Pulakeshi II (d) Kharavela (a) Balgangadhar Tilak 106. Harsha moved his capital from _____ to ____. the Greek ruler confront on the 97. Delhi (b) Pampa.D. w w w . A collective term used by the Jains for their sacred books is (c) Patronage of Jainism re (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Tulsidas wrote Ramcharitmanas in the reign of 117. The Crimean War came to an end by the (a) Mahasena (b) Veerasena (SSC CHSL 2013) (c) Vishnusena (d) Harisena (a) Treaty of St. the brilliant revenue officer served under : (b) Treaty of Trianon (SSC CHSL 2015) (c) Treaty of Versailles (a) Bhagwan Das (b) Humayun (d) Treaty of Paris (c) Baz Bahadur (d) Sher Shah 103. (d) Bipin Chandra Pal 107. D. Which one of the following cities and the personalities 112. The Dandi March of Gandhi-is an example of banks of the river Jhelum ? (SSC CHSL 2015) (a) Ambi (b) Chandragupta Maurya (SSC CHSL 2013) (c) Porus (d) Dhanananda (a) Non-Coopefation (b) Direct Action 109. Which one of the following inscriptions relate to the Chalukya king. a Jain. When was the League of Nations established ? (SSC CHSL 2014) (SSC CHSL 2015) (a) Babar (b) Akbar (a) In 1920 (b) In 1939 (c) Aurangzeb (d) Jahangir (c) In 1914 (d) In 1918 . The first Muslim to be elected President of 'Indian National Kautilya's Arthashastra was (SSC CHSL 2014) Congress' was? (SSC CGL 1st Sit.c 105. Ravikirti. was om (c) Nibandhas (d) Charits patronized by (SSC CHSL 2014) 95.Francis Day 114.Robert Clive (c) Patliputra (d) Shravanabelagola 113. Ranna. Who propounded the "Doctrine of Passive Resistance"? (a) Pulakeshi I (b) Harsha (SSC CGL 1st Sit. (d) 1600 A. Where did Chandragupta maurya spent his last days ? associated with their establishment is wrongly matched ? (SSC CHSL 2015) (SSC CHSL 2013) (a) Thaneshwar (b) Kanchi (a) Calcutta . 2016) (d) Conquests ss (a) Prabandhas (b) Agamas . who composed the Aihole Prashasti. Pulakesin II ? (SSC CHSL 2013) 110. (b) 1526 A. When was RTI Act enacted in India ? (SSC CHSL 2015) (c) Boycott (d) Civil Disobedience (a) 15th August 2005 (b) 15th March 2005 th (c) 15 June 2005 (d) 15th July 2005 98. Germain 116. Which one of the following is the most lasting contribution ah (SSC CGL 1st Sit.w (c) Kamboj. the three writers of Kannada or Poetry and Kailasha Temple dp 94.Francis Martin (a) Fa–Hien (b) Hiuen Tsang (c) Ahmedabad Ahmad Shah I (c) Megasthanes (d) Seleucus (d) Madras . 2016) of the Rastrakutas ? (SSC CHSL 2014) bo ob (a) Thanesar. Deogiri (a) Kailasha Temple .D. Who built the famous Shiva temple at Ellora ? 101.D. Who among the following introduced the Mansabdari (c) Preserve the wet lands system ? (SSC CHSL 2013) (d) Beti Padao Andolan 111. When did the reign of Delhi Sultanate came to an end ? (SSC CHSL 2014) (b) Aurobindo Ghosh (a) 1498 A. Ponna. Who composed the Allahabad Pillar inscription ? (d) Battle of Buxar (SSC CHSL 2015) 102. Which one of the following wars decided the fate of the (SSC CHSL 2015) French in India ? (SSC CHSL 2013) (a) Mauryan Emperor Ashoka (b) Gupta King Samudra Gupta (a) Battle of Plassey (c) Chalukyan King Pulikeshi II (b) Battle of Wandiwash (d) Rashtrakuta Ruler Krishna I (c) First Carnatic War 115. 104. Kanauj (d) Valabhi.y ou History 5 rs m 93. Todar Mal. Who built the "Purana Quilla"? (SSC CHSL 2015) (a) Jahangir (b) Shah Jahan (a) Babar (b) Shershah (c) SherShah (d) Akbar (c) Aurangzeb (d) Akbar 100. 2016) (a) Srikanta Shastri (b) Srinivasa lyangar (a) Maulana Azad (b) Mohammed Ali (c) R. (c) Lala Lajpat Rai (c) 1565 A. Whose army did Alexander. Kanauj (b) Delhi. Who is the author of 'Indica'? (SSC CHSL 2015) (b) Pondicherry . The original founder of the Manuscripts and Editor of 96. Shamashastri (d) William Jones (c) Badruddin Tyabji (d) Shah Wali-ullah 108.

Which Sultan received a robe of honour from the caliph? with the mixture of Indian and Greek style is known as (SSC Multitasking 2013) (SSC Sub. Susruta and Bharata (SSC Multitasking 2013) (d) Charaka. Hindu Mahasabha (a) Karachi Session in 1931 D. 1931 (c) Genoa (d) Spain or 130.S. Amuktamalyada is the work of : (SSC CHSL 2012) (c) Huvishka (d) Kanishka (a) Krishnadeva Raya (b) Vachcharaj 134.A. 2012) 127. When and by whom were the Asokan inscriptions (c) Basava (d) Ramadasa deciphered for the first time ? (SSC CHSL 2012) 133. Spain (d) Bal Gangadhar Tilak B.D. Susruta and Vagbhata (c) Deng Xiaoping (d) Mao Zedong (b) Charaka. Sir Tej Bahadur Sapru 3. Liberal Party (b) Lucknow Session in 1916 A B C D A B C D (c) Belgaum Session in 1924 (a) 2 1 4 3 (b) 2 1 3 4 (d) Lahore Session in 1929 (c) 2 4 1 3 (d) 4 1 3 2 128. Who was regarded by Gandhiji as his political Guru? (c) Charaka. Savarkar 4. Ins. The school of arts developed during the Kushan Period 139. Which among the following movements was not led by C Antonio Monserrate 3. attended the "World (SSC CHSL 2012) Congress of Religions" held at Chicago (U. Who was the greatest Kushan ruler? (a) 1787 . Ins.) in 1893. Who was the chairperson of the Chinese Communist Party (d) Battle of Buxar at the time of liberation of China? 136. Morocco (a) Civil Disobedience Movement A B C D A B C D (b) Quit India Movement (a) 4 3 1 2 (b) 3 1 4 2 (c) Swadeshi-Movement (c) 3 4 1 2 (d) 1 3 2 4 (d) Non-Cooperation Movement 138. Balkh 126. w w w . (SSC Multitasking 2013) 135. Shankaradeva ? 131. The French challenge to British in India came to an end with (a) Muhammad bin Qasim (SSC Sub. The use of which of the following regional languages was (c) stones (d) bronze om popularised by the Bhakti leader. Chhatrapati Shivaji was a follower of (a) Shah Jahan (b) Jahangir (SSC Multitasking 2014) (c) Babur (b) Akbar (a) Madhava (b) Kabir 121. Muslim League “Poorna Swaraj” resolution adopted? B.c 119. Ins. 2012) (b) Al Hazzaz (a) Battle of Wandiwash (c) Qutbuddin Aibak (b) Battle of Srirangapattinam (d) Allauddin Khilji (c) Battle of Plassey 124. (SSC Sub. Name an Indian Saint (priest) who. V. Susruta and Patanjali (a) Gopal Krishna Gokhale 137. Sarojini Naidu 1. Name the Commander of the Arab army who conquered the (c) Ranade (d) Dayanand Saraswati Sindh. 1930 (a) Portugal (b) Venice . Ins. 2012) (a) Liu Shaoqi (b) Zhou Enlai (a) Charaka. Match the following : (SSC Sub. Jinnah 2. Where was Christopher Columbus from? ah bo participated ? (SSC CHSL 2015) (SSC Multitasking 2013) ob (a) First Round Table Conference. Mahmud Wali Balkhi 4.w (b) Second Round Table Conference. 2012) (c) Bipin Chandra Pal A.John Tower (b) 1825 . Who was the founder of Arya Samaj? (c) Kharavela (d) Allasani Peddana (SSC Multitasking 2014) (a) Kabir Das (b) Shankaracharya 123. Italy Mahatma Gandhi? (SSC Multitasking 2013) D. Marco Polo 1. 2013) (a) Mughal art (b) Kushan art (a) Ala-ud-din Khilji (b) lltutmish (c) Persian art (d) Gandhara art (c) Balban (d) Qutub-ud-din Albak . 1932 re used (SSC Multitasking 2014) (d) All of the above ss (a) clay (b) wood .Harry Smith (a) Vashiska (b) Vasudeva 122.y ou 6 History rs m 118. To make tools and weapons. Ibn Battuta 2.Charles Metcalfe (SSC Multitasking 2014) (c) 1837 . the earliest inhabitants of India dp (c) Third Round Table Conference. Indian National Congress (SSC Multitasking 2013) C. Identify the medical trio of Ancient India from the following (SSC Multitasking 2013) names. M. In which of the Round Table Conference Mahatma Gandhi 129. Ins. Vatsyayana and Vagbhata 125. The Mansabdari system was introduced by: (c) Ramanuja (d) Madhavacharya (SSC CHSL 2012) 132. In which session of the Indian National Congress was the A. (a) Bengali (b) Brijbhasha (SSC Multitasking 2014) (c) Avadhi (d) Assamese (a) Basaveshwara (b) Swami Vivekananda 120.James Prinsep (d) 1810 . Match the medieval travellers with their countries : (b) Lala Lajpat Rai (SSC Sub.

(c)-(iv). (b )-(iv). Ins. (c)-(iii). Who among the following Mughal rulers banned music (b) well-knit party system and dancing ? (SSC Sub. 2013) (d) they were interested to stay in India (a) Pillar Edict VII (b) Mahavamsa 154.w (a) Chile (b) Argentina (c) Fatehpur-Sikri (d) Patna or 150. Ins. What is the ancient school of law ? (SSC Sub. Ins. Ins. Ins.M. (c)-(i). Ins. 2015) 145. 2014) (d) (a)-(iii). 2013) (a) Avanti (b) Champa (a) Hunter's Commission (c) Magadha (d) Kosala (b) Wardha Scheme 156. Who constructed Humayun’s Tomb in Delhi ? (c) the Guptas (d) the Mauryas (SSC Sub.c (c) French (d) Britain om (c) Rashtrakutas (d) Kakatiyas 151. 2013) 153. 2015) 146. Ins. Ins. 2014) 161. without (c) Divyavadana (d) Rock Edict XIII compromising the ability of future generations to meet their 144. 2014) (iii) Warangal (iv) Dwarasamudra (a) 1956 (b) 1957 (a) (a)-(ii). (d)-(i) (SSC Sub. (c)-(ii). (d)-(i) (a) 1945 (b) 1946 (b) (a)-(iv). Ins. (d)-(iii) (c) 1958 (d) 1960 (b) (a)-(iv). 2014) ob (SSC Sub. 2015) (a) (a)-(iii). Ins. Ins. Ins. 2014) ss (a) Chalukyas (b) Hoysalas (a) Portugal (b) Dutch . (b)-(ii). 2014) (a) sustainable development (b) Transforms the capitalistic society into an egalitarian (b) mitigation one (c) disaster management (c) Excludes legislative regulation of the ownership and (d) capacity building use of wealth 155. (b)-(iii). Match the following (SSC Sub. Gandhi's concept of Trusteeship: (SSC Sub. 2014) (c) Lucknow (d) Rajkot (a) they were interested in Buddhism 143. 2013) (a) Delhi (b) Agra . Name the Kingdom which first used elephants in wars? (d) Does not fix minimum or maximum income (SSC Sub. Ins. The world's tallest statue of Mahatma Gandhi is in (c) Lord Morelay (d) Lord Rippon (SSC Sub. Cripps Mission came to India in: (SSC Sub. with which country 149. (b)-(ii). Ins. 2015) 147. (c)-(i). Who among the following Sultans tried to prohibit Sati? (d) (a)-(iv). Most important safeguard of liberty is (a) Haji Begam (b) Babar (SSC Sub. 2013) (SSC Sub. 2013) (c) Jalaluddin Khilji (d) Alauddin Khilji (a) the Kushanas (b) the Satavahanas 159.(d)-(i) (a) Lord Curzon (b) Lord Minto 142. Ins. Which was the second capital of Akbar ? ah bo Britain waged a war to regain Control of Falkland Islands? (SSC Sub.y ou History 7 rs m 140. 2015) (b) The Historical School (a) Lord Wellesley (b) Sir John Shore (c) The Analytical School (c) Lord Cornwallis (d) Warren Hastings (d) The Sociological School . Ins. Ins. (c)-(i). Development that meets the needs of the present. Ins. The Gandhara art nourished under: (a) Muhammad Bin Tuglaq (b) Firoz Tuglaq (SSC Sub. 2015) (c) decentralisation of power (a) Jahangir (b) Babar (d) declaration of rights (c) Aurangzeb (d) Humayun 148. Which one of the following is the principal source of (b) they were invited by the Indian kings information on Asoka's campaign against Kalinga ? (c) they were interested to study Indian culture (SSC Sub. (d)-(i) (c) 1940 (d) 1942 (c) (a)-(iii) (b)-(iv). Ins. Ins. (d)-(iv) (SSC Sub. Ins. Match the following: (SSC Sub. Who introduced the Indian University Act? (c) (a)-(i). (b)-(ii). (d)-(ii) 158. (b)-(ii). (c)-(iv). The first country which discovered sea route to India was dp (c) Brazil (d) None of the above re 141. (d)-(ii) 152. When Margaret Thatcher was P. Chinese travellers visited India primarily because (a) Champaran (b) Patna (SSC Sub. The unification of Karnataka was achieved in the year (i) Malkhed (ii) Vatapi (SSC Sub. Ins. 2014) (c) Humayun (d) Akbar (a) bold and impartial judiciary 160. w w w . (c)-(iii). Who was the governor-general during the Second Anglo- (a) The Philosophical School Mysore War? (SSC Sub. (b)-(iii). Tulsidas wrote Ramacharitamans during the reign of : (c) University's Act (SSC Sub. 2015) (d) Radhakrishnan Commission (a) Akbar (b) Krishnadeva Raya (i) 1948 (ii) 1904 (c) Jahangir (d) Rama Raya (iii) 1937 (iv) 1882 157. 2013) own needs was the focal point of Brundtland commission is (a) Recognises right of private ownership of property (SSC Sub.

Who among the following was the Prime Minister of England (a) Kabir (b) Akbar when India was given independence? (SSC Sub. 176. 2016) (c) Shah jahan (d) Guru Nanak Dev (a) Mountbatten (b) Churchill 177. 2016) 180. Ins.Muslim differences? (SSC Sub.C. The original name of 'Mahabharata' is (a) Mughals (b) Kushans (SSC Stenographer 2016) (c) Guptas (d) Sultanate Sultans (a) Rajtarangini (b) Bharat Katha 169. Sir Eyre Coote was associated with which of the following? (SSC Stenographer 2013) (SSC Stenographer 2016) (a) Tenancy reforms (a) Battle of Ambur (b) Battle of Arcot (b) Abolition of intermediaries (c) Battle of Wandiwash (d) Battle of Adyar (c) Land ceilings 182.y ou 8 History rs m 162. Ins. Ins. 2016) (c) Nagpur (d) Karachi (a) None of these (b) Four times 178.? (a) Calcutta (b) Lahore (SSC Sub.Uzbekistan . Which of the following Pacts sought to be resolved the 173.w (c) Gandhi .Italy (c) Ashvaghosha (d) Vasumitra (d) Alberuni .C. to demarcate (c) Five times (d) Two times the boundary line between India and pakistan? 167. 2016) 175. Ins. which one of the following land reform measures can be (c) Kathasaritasagar (d) Jai Samhita said to have been fully implemented by now in India? 181.C. which of the following was not built by Firoz Shah Tughlaq? ah bo Hindu . by (SSC Stenographer 2013) (b) 2500 B. Ins. (c) Thomas Reid (d) Lord Cornwallis (d) 3500 B. Which among the following is related to Sadr-us-Sadr? (d) Consolidation of holdings (SSC Stenographer 2016) 170. Which of the following was not an aspect of Later Vedic (a) Hathigumpha Inscription Age? (SSC Stenographer 2013) (b) Aihole Inscription (a) Importance of Kingship in political life (c) Mehroli Inscription (b) Discovery of iron (d) Allahabad Pillar Inscription (c) Polygamy 184. Which of the following countries has become the first (SSC Stenographer 2014) country in the world to receive funds from United Nations (a) Krishna Menon (b) McMohan for its fast growing Solar Home Systems? (c) J.C. The permanent Land Settlement in Bengal was introduced (a) 3500 B.c (a) Akbar (b) Jehangir om (c) 1931 (d) 1929 164.Morocco Council? (SSC Stenographer 2013) (b) Nikitin . Din-I-llahi was founded by (SSC Stenographer 2014) 165. Ins. and 500 B. Ins.C. 'Purna Swaraj' was announced in the Indian National (c) Attlee (d) Wavell Congress Session of (SSC Stenographer 2014) 166.C.Irwin Pact (d) Poona Pact (c) Tughlaqabad (d) Jaunpur or 163. w w w . Ashoka embraced Buddism (SSC Stenographer 2014) (a) before the Kalinga war (a) Afghanistan (b) Burma (b) after the Kalinga war (c) Bangladesh (d) Switzerland (c) just before his death 168.D. who among the follwing granted permission to the English dp re signed? (SSC Sub. How many times did Babur invade India before 1526 A. The Vedic literature was composed between (c) Shah Jahan (d) Aurangzeb (SSC Sub.Samarkand (a) Ashoka (b) Kanishka (c) Marco Polo . and 1000 B. (a) Warren Hestings (b) Thomas Munro (c) 3000 B. non-ritualistic worship (SSC Stenographer 2016) 172. Nehru (d) Henderson Brooks (SSC Sub. Which of the following pair is NOT correctly matched? (d) Simple. 2016) to establish their factory in India? ss (a) 1932 (b) 1935 (SSC Stenographer 2013) . In Indian architecture 'Surkhi' was introduced by (d) when he was a Crown Prince (SSC Sub. 2016) 179.C. 2016) (SSC Stenographer 2013) ob (a) Lucknow Pact (b) Lahore Pact (a) Firozabad (b) Fatehabad . Which among the following inscription is known as Prayaga (d) None of these Prashasti ? (SSC Stenographer 2016) 171.C. and 1000 B. and 2500 B. Which of the following recommended reservation for the (a) Ecclesiastical matters Other Backward Classes (OBCs)? (SSC Stenographer 2013) (b) Judicial administration (a) Mandal Commission (c) Military administration (b) Kothari Commission (d) Land revenue (c) Sachar Committee 183. Who chaired the Boundary Commission in 1947. In which of the following year the Gandhi-Irwin Pact was 174. Who among the follwing presided over the fourth Buddhist (a) Ibn Batuta .

(d) Lord Linlithgow was Viceroy of India from 1936 to 1944 Government Mint. central teachings of Buddhism that provide a unifying 26. (a) King Asoka assumed the title Devanampiya Piyadasi Gandhi Irwin Pact (1931) > Poona Pact (1932) which means "Beloved-of-the-Gods. or conceptual framework. Governor General of Independent India. He is most noted as a and this eight years period was longest reign as Viceroy philologist for fully deciphering and translating the of India. . (c) 25. According to the thought.c 2. tended Kumbh Mela. 37. (b) 1191 . Yamuna and the invisible Saraswati.e SANGAM. Kolkata. 40. which are the the other branch came to India. 1905 by Gopal Krishna of these mantras or hymns are concerned with nature Gokhale. (b) Alara Kalama was a hermit saint and a teacher of yogic theme.also called Allahabad in 1575 AD. addressed as Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya and also 24. Allahabad holds a much greater festival called several places in the Middle East it was sowed. (c) 18. (a) 32. the and reaped soon after 8000 BC. (d) The Servants of India Society was formed in Pune. Most om Maharashtra.First Battle of Tarain in which Prithviraj Chauhan 8. Allahabad is situated at the confluence of three rivers Tukaram introduced Shivaji to Ramdas for his spritual . (d) 31. (c) 6. 28.City of God. addressed as 'Mahamana' by Mahatama Gandhi. both regions were returned to France. 42.w or dp re 1. 12th year when the waters are felt to be especially 22. divided Buddha after he attained enlightenment. 3rd Century BC) was a Buddhist monk. 19. (b) Simon Commission (1927) > Dandi March (1930) > 20. (c) idea of Basic Education.1192 . he was one of the teachers of 44. (b) Emperor Akbar named Prayag as Allahabad . The people of Jericho Allahbad fort stands on the banks of the river Yamuna are the first known to have lived mainly from the near the confluence site i. (b) 16. Alsace and politician notable for his role in the Indian and the German-speaking part of Lorraine were ceded independence movement and as the two time president to Germany in 1871 under the Treaty of Frankfurt.Second Battle of Tarain purportedly devised by Lord Dalhousie. One branch went to Europe. so ss . rock edicts of Asoka from the Brahmi script. (b) 13. (d) 15. cultivation of crops.1862 and the first Viceroy in India from 1 Ashokavadana. 39. (d) James Princep was an English scholar and antiquary. (d) Madan Mohan Malaviya was an Indian educationist 23. for all of Buddhist meditation who lived near Rajagriha. (a) 33. (d) Lord Canning was the Governor General of India from According to some stories in the Sanskrit text 1856 . (d) 29. (b) 7. (b) Gautama Buddha. (b) 4. on June 12.Ganga.y ou History 9 rs m ah HINTS & SOLUTIONS bo ob . (a) As Samhita is the collection of the mantras. He who Looks on with Affection". who was the in which Mohd. In of Indian National Congress. The main topic into two branches. (c) The Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta is considered to Aryans. (b) 3. (a) 38. Built by Emperor Akbar in 1583 AD. (b) 11. (c) After approximately 200 years of French rule. He was respectfully 1919. (c) 10. Pali Canon scriptures. Lord Mountbatten was the First Mauryan emperor Ashoka. (b) Wheat was the first cereal to be cultivated by man. Ghori. on the journey south. meaning that the Aryans originated in the be a record of the first teaching given by Gautama Arctic region. (c) The first major attempt in curriculum reconstruction in 9. the great Maratha King and founder of a nationalist tradition was contemporary of Tukaram. while of this sutra is the Four Noble Truths. (b) 12. (b) Shivaji. (b) 17. (c) Tilak propounded the theory of the Arctic home of the 43. 34. Every education.Ghori defeated Prithviraj Chauhan. In purifying. sometimes Samhitas are referred to as Mantras. (c) 35. form this association. From 1832 to 1838 he was assay-master in the India 41. and later. who left the Deccan Education Society to and deities. (d) between 1848 and 1856. The city of 21. (b) 45. 5. (b) Upagupta (c. (c) 30. Governor General for the East lndia Company in lndia 36. (b) The doctrine of lapse was an annexation policy defeated Mohd. he was the spiritual teacher of the November 1858. w w w . (d) India was made in 1937 when Gandhiji propounded the 14. (d) 27.

(d) Amoghavarsha I was a follower of the Digambara 52 (a) Chandragupta I was known as 'Lichchavidauhitra. (b) Allan Octavian Hume was a civil servant.' His branch of Jainism. Kailash. His own writing Kavirajamarga is a marriage with the Lichchavi Princess Kumaradevi was landmark literary work in the Kannada language and one of the significant events in the Gupta rule. was a British soldier and statesman. Its purpose was to forment revolution against traditionally dated to 25 October 1917. (c) Diwan–i–am of Red Fort on be. are: Buddha. 55. was a seizure of state power Singh in March 1926 and was declared illegal under instrumental in the larger Russian Revolution of 1917.The temple was commissioned and completed of the Chalukya dynasty. (a) 67. the Criminal Law Amendment Act of 1908 in September It took place with an armed insurrection in Petrograd 1934. it had ob extending "emergency measures" enacted during the somehow never happened to Hume to preside over a . known as Lord William 50. It is a megalith carved 54. temple. Dhamma and Sangha. (c) 69. extending over more 53. (c) During the early period. (a) Bahlul Khan Lodi was the founder of Lodi dynasty of Balwant Rai Mehta Committee. the home of Lord Shiva. (a) The Three Jewels (triratna) are the three things that of gold for its large and wealthy temples. (c) The chamber of Princes was instituted on 8 February Bentinck. (b) 65. their duties and delimits their power between 1018 and 1054 brought out by the Pandya in Chola dynasty. described himself as "Lichchhavis–dauhitra or one of the 34 monasteries and temples known daughter's son of the Lichchavis. w w w . Multan was known as the city 51.c 47. (b) The Telangana Movement was the biggest peasant re was the Viceroy of India then. the same year as per the recommendations of the 58. The uprising began om panchayat raj at Nagaur in Rajasthan on 2 October in july 1946 and was at its greatest intensity between 1959. He 1921 . (a) Tana Bhagat movement was apparently initiated in 1914 last claimant from the previous Sayyid rule. guerrilla war of modern Indian history affecting 3000 ss . eligibility and disqualifications for the candidates. collectively as the Ellora Caves. The Three Jewels and wealthiest temples in the entire sub-continent. The became a guide book for future poets and scholars for importance of this marriage can be known further from centuries to come. Lord Chelmsford (1916 to 1921) 57. PC. most possibly a tsunami. (d) Greco-Roman-Buddhist Art 49. (a) Jawaharlal Nehru inaugurated the first generation of villages and 3 million population. by a young Oraon tribesman known as Jatra Oraon. and look toward for guidance. the Delhi Sultanate in India upon the abdication of the 48. political dynasty 2of India. (c) 63. GCH. (a) the Bolshevik Revolution. belonging to the period method selection. In his reign the Chalukyas of between dated 757-783 CE. He was one of the founders of the up to Bengal in the east. was considered one of the largest in the process know as taking refuge. The inauguration ceremony was performed by served as Governor-General of India from 1828 to 1835. Samudragupta's Allahabad inscription in which he has 72. describes giant waves. Suraj Mandir. Bentinck. (a) the Thalavaipuram copper plate. half of His Majesty the 66. His reign period is noted by some shortcomings of the Regulating Act of 1773 by bringing scholars as 80 to 104 and by others from 106 to 130. (b) An inscription of the 8th century AD at Uttaramerur out of one single rock. Thought it was he who ah bo Council in London on 18 March 1919. 75. kings.y ou 10 History rs m 46. (a) The Rowlatt Act was passed by the Imperial Legislative Indian National Congress. and in British India. The Sun Buddhists take refuge in. (b) The Pitt’s India Act of 1784 was in the nature of a 74.w First World War in order to control public unrest and plenary session even once. (b) Pulakesin II (610 – 642 AD) was the most famous ruler than 2 km. (c) The Kailasa temple is a famous rock cut monument. in the East India Company’s rule in India under the control any case he is credited with a rule of 24 years. the British Raj by gathering together worker and 61. by the Rashtrakuta king Krishna I. of the British Government. (a) Mihira Bhoja was a ruler of the Gurjara Pratihara 56. (b) 64. 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was a civil when the Bengal was burning with indignation after disobedience movement launched in India on 9 August its partition October 16. was the 85. (c) Chalukya king. (c) Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu arrived in the empire at the Alexander. It is based on a series of articles by freedom struggle. (c) Badruddin Taiyabji became the Ist Indian Barrister in well as Dadabhai Naoroji and Dinshaw Wacha. ss . by members of the Theosophical injustice as perpetrated by the contemporary British Society. Sir Stafford Cripps. The mission time of Emperor Prataparudra (Gajapatis)and stayed arrived on March 24. The term was used by Mahatma hemisphere are attracted towards India. the First Lord of the Admiralty. reformer in British India who initiated the movement to 98. w w w . hinduism.It was a direct 86. can be read in the Meguti temple. Allan Octavian Hume as 96. It is intense enough to attract the of India's independence. a watershed 642 CE. 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(a) 'Brahmo Samaj' was founded by Raja Ram Mohan Roy action campaign of tax resistance and non-violent in 1828. India. was to Devise a machinery to draw up the constitution 80. the Indian Independence Movement. main theme of the articles is the methods and ideology 84. (d) The Indian National Congress was founded on which could be adopted in face of oppression and December 28. British. (d) Modern Bangladesh emerged as an independent nation founding member of Bombay presidency association in 1971 after achieving independence from Pakistan in and INC and also presided over the 3rd congress the Bangladesh Liberation War. or dp in 1919.The poetic verses of Ravikirti. in the journal Bande Matram. the Maratha Empire. (a) 82. Unto This Last. 1919. On April 13. protest against British saltmonopoly and triggered the 87. . 1885. The founders included a prominent member rule in India. Indian Empires originating from Southern India before . Board of Trade. (c) Sarvodaya is a Sanskrit term meaning 'universal uplift' the south east trade winds from the southern or 'progress of all'. He was a social reformer. 93. freedom literature is called Agamas written in Prakrt. 95. (c) The Jallianwala Bagh Massacre happened in Amritsar. (d) Bal Gangadhar Tilak is considered as "Father of Indian 94. ah bo elected president over Gandhi's preferred candidate and ended in greatly weakening one of the greatest ob Pattabhi Sitaramayya. political wider Civil Disobedience Movement. of the Theosophical Society. It is named after the Jallianwala Bagh (Garden) 90.Thus 92. Thus the mission was like a declaration northern plains.w 77. Europe that aimed at reforming some doctrines and and Gandhi came to use the term for the ideal of his practices of the Roman Catholic Church and resulted own political philosophy.c soldiers started shooting an unarmed gathering of men. (d) Bose appeared at the 1939 Congress meeting and was Deccan sultanates. fighter. 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It at Shravanabelagola for several years before starving was the decisive battle in the Anglo-French struggle himself to death. . 101. a prolific writer.D. 1856. (b) The Delhi Sultanate was the name of Delhi-based medieval Vaisnava movement in Assam which is rightly Muslim kingdoms that ruled over large parts of India known as the Sankaradeva Movement. (b) Battle of Wandiwash decided the fate of French in 111. Todar Mal continued his of Mughal Emperor Akbar. (c) The famous Badami Chalukyas King Pulakeshi II of the Congress to the second Round table conference. (d) Harisena was a 4th century Sanskrit poet. (a) Delhi Sultanate sequentially.e. 113. (a) Indian Social activist Medha Patkar is the founder provinces. (d) Sankaradeva was an erudite scholar. and the British. greatest Hindu 'Granth' on the birth day of Lord Shree 117. Chaitra Navmi (9th day of Hindu month Chaitra) organisation founded on 10th January 1920 as a result in year 1574. Lord Curzon felt June 2005 and came fully into force on 12th October that the Bengal province was too big to be administered 2005. guaranteed the integrity of Ottoman Allahabad Pillar. a lyricist of It is dated 634 CE and is written in Sanskrit language universal acceptance. (d) Todar Mal started his career as a revenue officer at the Bessarabia. in the history Suri. (610-642 A. The five dynasties were the Mamluk dynasty (now a part of Pakistan) for the Umayyad Caliphate. ‘Indica’. 115. drama and describes the achievements of Pulakeshi II and his dramatic performances. at the mouth of the Danube. for 320 years (1206 – 1526).Tulsidas started writing this service to the then Mughal Emperor Akbar. (a) Architecture reached a milestone in the Dravidian style War. (c) 122. (c) Porus fought Alexander the Great in the Battle of the dp personal status and salary) and Sawar (the number of Hydaspes (also known as Jhelum) in 326 BC and is re cavalry men to be maintained.w Varying from 10 to 10. 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Rubber 4. Ionosphere. Black pepper (c) Equator (d) Antarctic 3. (SSC CGL 2014) Stratosphere (a) Uranium (b) Coal (c) Ionosphere. 2016) (a) It helps raising water table (a) Tropic of Capricorn (b) It helps meet rising water demand (b) Tropic of Cancer (c) It increases run–off losses (c) Poles (d) It is a device of water conservation (d) Equator . Equinox occurs when the sun is vertically above harvesting? (SSC CGL 2015) (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Which one of the following pairs is not correctly matched? (a) Textile (b) Engineering om (SSC CGL 2014) (c) Paper and Pulp (d) Thermal Power (a) Hevea Tree—Brazil 80. Rice 85.c 69. Ionosphere. 71. Mesosphere. Coconut 2. Exosphere. 2 and 4 (b) 2. 72. Soil erosion can be prevented by (SSC CGL 2014) Stratosphere (a) Increasing bird population 81. Day and Night are equal at the : (SSC CGL 2015) 75. Troposphere. Which of the following river does not originate in Indian ah bo (SSC CGL 2014) territory ? (SSC CGL 2015) ob (a) Mahadeo hills are in the west of Maikala hills. Which of the following resources is renewable one? (b) Mesosphere. The ash–grey soils of high latitude coniferous forests are (b) Canadian Pacific Railway known as : (SSC CGL 2015) (c) Canadian National Railway (a) Grey–Brown soils (b) Red and Yellow soils (d) Trans Atlantic Railway (c) Tundra soils (d) Podsols 77. Natural sources of air pollution are (SSC CGL 2014) (b) It is the radiation from the earth in the form of long (a) Forest fires waves (b) Volcanic eruptions (c) It is a mode of transfer of heat through matter by (c) Dust storm molecular activity. w w w . The 'graded profile' of a river course is a radiation. Which one among the following industries in the maximum re (d) Mahadeo hills are the part of Aravalli ranges. Exosphere. Which of the following options correctly explains the term (b) Afforestation ‘heat budget’? (SSC CGL 2015) (c) Removal of vegetation (a) It is the amount of heat which the surface of earth (d) Overgrazing receives form the sun. The longest continental Railway in the world is (c) Desert region (SSC CGL 2015) (d) Equatorial region (a) Trans Siberian Railway 86. Choose the correct option which represents the arrangement (b) Sumatra Storm—Malaysia of atmospheric layers. 79. (SSC CGL 2015) (c) Kajan River—Borneo (a) Troposphere. Which of the following plant shows chloroplast dimorphism? 74. (c) Satluj (d) Ganga or dp (c) Mahadeo hills are in the east of Chhotanagpur Plateau. consumer of water in India ? (SSC CGL 2015) ss .y ou 18 Geography rs m 68. (d) Smoke from burning dry leaves (d) It is the balance between incoming and outgoing 73. The layer of atmosphere close to the earth's surface is called: (a) smooth curve in the upper course (SSC CGL 2015) (b) smooth curve in the middle course (a) Exosphere (b) Ionosphere (c) smooth curve in the lower course (c) Stratosphere (d) Troposphere (d) smooth curve from source to mouth 83. Kerala is famous for the cultivation of (SSC CGL 2015) (a) Prime Meridian (b) Poles 1. 2 and 3 (b) Monsoon climatic area 76. (a) Mahanadi (b) Brahmaputra . Mesosphere. Sink hole is a phenomenon of _______ topography. (SSC CGL 2015) 82. Which of the following statements is correct? 78. (c) Timber (d) Natural Gas Stratosphere (d) Exosphere. Which of the following is FALSE with respect to rain water 87.w (b) Mahadeo hills are the part of Karnataka Plateau. Evergreen type forests are found in : (SSC CGL 2015) (a) 1. Troposphere. (SSC CGL 2015) (SSC CGL 2015) (a) Sugarcane (b) Sugar beet (a) Desert (b) Tundra (c) Rice (d) Wheat (c) Karst (d) Plain 84. Ionosphere. Troposphere. (d) Dekke Toba fish—Brazil Exosphere 70. 3 and 4 (a) Mediterranean region (c) 1 and 4 (d) 1. Stratosphere. Mesosphere.

2016) 104. Earth received heat from the sun is known as: (c) Aravalli (d) Sahyadri (SSC CHSL 2012) 92. 2016) (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Jog falls in Karnataka is located over which river? 90. c-4. which ocean is having the widest 97. Among the world oceans. The largest solar power plant in India is located at 106. The only perennial river in Peninsular India is _____ . d-4 (SSC CGL 1st Sit. c-1. 2016) (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2016) (a) Kaveri (b) Godavari (a) Eastern Region only (c) Sharavati (d) Krishna (b) Southern Region only 100. India has the longest international ah bo continental shelf ? (SSC CGL 1st Sit. (a) Nagaland (b) Assam (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Which of the following State is surrounded by Bangladesh from three sides? (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Africa d. The Himalayan mountain range is an example of (SSC CGL 1st Sit. d-1 (d) a-3. c-1. The longest river of peninsular India is (b) Red Sea-Arabian Sea (SSC CHSL 2013) (c) Atlantic Ocean-Mediterranean Sea (a) Godavari (b) Krishna (d) Mediterranean Sea-Black Sea (c) Kaveri (d) Narmada 95. w w w . Australia and earth c. Limestone is a raw material used by which industry? (b) Eastern Ghats (SSC CGL 1st Sit. South America (d) When the moon does not lie on the line joining the sun b. 2016) (SSC CHSL 2013) (a) Nagercoil (b) Jaisalmer (a) Fold mountain (b) Volcanic mountain (c) Madhapur (d) Rann of Kutch (c) Residual mountain (d) Block mountain 96. 2016) 91. Thar 3. Which is largest peninsular river in India? ss (SSC CGL 1st Sit. On which river is the Tehri dam built? 107. 2016) . 2016) (c) Arunachal Pradesh (d) Tripura (a) Vindhya (b) Satpuda 102. Which State in India has the largest coastline? re 89. b-1.y ou Geography 19 rs m 88. 2016) (SSC CHSL 2013) (a) Alakananda (b) Bhagirathi (a) Gulf Stream (b) Kurile (c) Ganga (d) Hooghly (c) Canary (d) Labrador . 2016) (d) None of these (a) Semi-arid areas of Gujarat 91. b-3. When does solar eclipse take place ? (c) Caspian sea (d) Dead sea (SSC CGL 1st Sit.w or (c) Indian Ocean (d) Atlantic ocean (c) China (d) Bangladesh dp 98. Spot the odd item in the following: (SSC CHSL 2012) (c) Krishna (d) Bhima (a) Red sea (b) Black sea 93. Match correctly the following. b-3. Mount Abu is a hill station located in _____ ranges. Which one of the following areas of India is covered by (c) Eastern & Southern part of the Deccan Plateau tropical evergreen forest? (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2016) boundary? (SSC CGL 1st Sit. With which country. c-2. d-2 (b) a-2. Great Victoria 4. Strait of Gibraltar connects which of the following? (a) a-3. Which one of the following is a warm ocean current ? (SSC CGL 1st Sit. b-2. (a) Insolation (b) Infrared heat (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Asia 94. Kalahari 1. deserts and their location by (a) When the sun is between the moon and earth choosing the correct response: (SSC CHSL 2013) (b) When the earth is between the moon and sun Desert Location (c) When the moon is between the sun and earth a. Atacama 2.c (a) Tamil Nadu (b) Andhra Pradesh om (a) Krishna (b) Godavari (c) Gujarat (d) West Bengal (c) Cauvery (d) Mahanadi 99. d-4 (a) Red Sea-Mediterranean Sea 105. 2016) (c) a-4. Red soil is normally found in India in which regions? (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2016) (c) Western Ghats (a) Aluminium (b) Fertilizers (d) Madhya Pradesh (c) Cement (d) Petrochemicals 101. 2016) ob (a) Antarctic ocean (b) Arctic Ocean (a) Nepal (b) Pakistan . 2016) (c) Solar radiation (d) Thermal radiation (a) Godavari (b) Kaveri 103.

Drought and Sea level nuclear energy 127.c om 109.000 people in a Country. The five key indicators of global climate change of our leading cause of tropical deforestation ? (SSC CHSL 2014) planet are : (SSC CHSL 2015) (a) Pork (b) Sugar (a) Sea–level. Cultivable land is defined as (SSC CHSL 2014) (SSC CHSL 2015) (a) land actually under crops (a) Black lava soil (b) Loamy soil (b) Culitivable waste land + fallow land (c) Well drained soil (d) Alluvial soil (c) Old fallow lands + current fallow lands 123. The most abundant element by number in the living system (b) Issues relating to protection and conservation of is : (SSC CHSL 2015) historical monuments.w or (b) Recharge ground water (c) 25% (d) 55% dp (c) Avoid floods re 120. The main advantage of Rain Water Harvesting (RWH) is 119. Sea planting trees to control pollution level and land ice. of children per 1. (c) Savanna (d) Coniferous Forests 125. Rainfall. (a) Grasslands (b) Tropical Forests (d) No of people per 1.000 children in a Country. (a) Hydrogen (b) Oxygen (c) Civil cases (c) Carbon (d) Nitrogen (d) Environmental protection and conservation of forests. w w w . What is Kyoto Protocol ? (SSC CHSL 2015) (b) None of the options (a) It is an agreement among countries to takes steps for (c) Arctic sea ice. The area reserved for the welfare of wild life is called (c) It is an agreement among countries to take steps for (SSC CHSL 2015) reducing global warming (a) Sanctuary (b) Botanical garden (d) It is an agreement among countries to takes steps for reducing acid rain. Sex–ratio is calculated as : (SSC CHSL 2015) (c) Sundarbans (d) Gulf of Mannar (a) No of females per 1. Which of the following Scientist proved that the path of ss (d) Reduce the loss of water each planet around the Sun is elliptical ?(SSC CHSL 2015) .000 males in a Country 113. The world's growing appetite for what food product is a 126. Rising temperatures. How much of world's surface is covered by water ? ah bo (SSC CHSL 2013) (SSC CHSL 2015) ob (a) Avoid soil erosion (a) 70% (b) 80% . The National Green Tribunal deals with cases relating to ? (a) Ground Water (b) Ponds (SSC CHSL 2015) (c) Lakes (d) Glaciers (a) Criminal offenses 118. . Nitrogen and (c) Lamb (d) Beef Actic Sea ice 116. carbon dioxide. (c) Forest (d) National pak 117. Which of the following rivers originates from Trans (c) Tea (d) Mica Himalayas ? (SSC CHSL 2015) 110. The most suitable soil for the production of cotton is ? (c) Podsols (d) Laterits 111. The soils which are rich in Calcium are known as (a) Sindu (b) Saraswathi (SSC CHSL 2014) (c) Ganga (d) Yamuna (a) Pedocals (b) Pedalfers 122. The largest reservoir of fresh water is : (SSC CHSL 2015) 128.000 females in a Country (SSC CHSL 2014) (c) No. Which state of India has made rain water harvesting 114. Which of the following is the largest Biosphere Reserves of (a) Kerala (b) Rajasthan India ? (SSC CHSL 2014) (c) Tamil Nadu (d) Gujarat (a) Nilgiri (b) Nandadevi 124. (b) It is an agreement among countries to start using (d) Antartic sea ice. The largest producer of Lignite in India is: (d) Total fallow lands + net sown area (SSC CHSL 2015) 112. Rainfall. Oxygen. With what bio-region is the term "Steppe" associated ? (b) No of males per 1. About how much of the world's land area is tropical compulsory for all houses ? (SSC CHSL 2015) rainforest ? (SSC CHSL 2014) (a) 2 percent (b) 7 percent (a) Tamil Nadu (b) Punjab (c) 10 percent (d) 15 percent (c) Haryana (d) Maharashtra 115.y ou 20 Geography rs m 108. India is the largest producer and exporter of (a) Galileo (b) Newton (SSC CHSL 2014) (c) Copernicus (d) Kepler (a) Cotton (b) Copper 121. Global temperature.

4. (c) Ramganga Multipurpose Project (b) Rice. Consider the following sea-ports: ah 129. The project similar to T. Ins. 2012) under Green Revolution in India. 2013) (a) Ravva Offshore Block (b) Golkunda Block (a) Manipur (b) Meghalaya (c) Bombay High (d) Telangana Block (c) Nagaland (d) Gujarat . 1.w (a) Persian Gulf (b) Caspian Sea or (c) Mediterrarean Sea (d) South China sea 3. Sundari tree 4. 3 (d) 2. 2013) decreasing population growth since 1981 is (a) International Date Line (SSC Multitasking 2013) (b) MacMahon Line (a) Japan (b) South Korea (c) Radcliffe Line (c) Thailand (d) China (d) Durand Line 138. 1. During the period of South-West monsoon. 3. Sugarcane. Wheat. in India is (SSC Sub. The redness in atmosphere at Sunrise and Sunset is due to: (b) a Domestic airport in Chennai (SSC CHSL 2015) (c) an International airport in Mumbai (a) Dispersion of light (b) Scattering of light (d) a Domestic airport in Mumbai (c) Refraction of light (d) Reflection of light 141. Oil seeds and Sugarcane (d) Idukki Project (c) Maize. India is the largest producer and consumer of 144. Tamil Nadu (d) Delhi – Mumbai section remains dry because : (SSC Sub. 3. The recently discovered field with oil potential in Krishna. Alpine forests (c) Tea (d) Coffee C. Nagapattinam 4. Pulses and Maize. Black-gram. Santa Cruz is (SSC Multitasking 2014) (c) Japan (d) Denmark (a) an International airport in Chennai 131. Select the High Yielding Varieties of seed-crops developed of U. 4 (a) USA (b) Switzerland 140. 2. Ins. Pulses. 4. Rosewood 1. Which one of the following is not a line of demarcation 137. Ins. Bushes 2. Petrology is the study of (SSC Sub. The busiest rail section in respect to goods transportation is D. Ins. 3 . Birch 3. Bajra and Maize. Coffee and Tea. Wheat. Dry forests (SSC Multitasking 2013) A B C D A B C D (a) Mumbai – Chennai section (a) 4 3 2 1 (b) 3 4 2 1 (b) Delhi – Kolkata section (c) 1 2 3 4 (d) 2 3 4 1 (c) Kolkata – Chennai section 145. (c) earth (d) minerals 134. Jowar. The Tropic of Cancer does not pass through (a) the winds do not reach this area (SSC Multitasking 2013) (b) there are no mountains in this area (c) it lies in the rain-shadow area (a) China (b) Myanmar (d) the temperature is too high to let the winds cool down (c) Nepal (d) Bangladesh 146. Chennai 2. Rice. w w w . 4 (b) 2. Which one of the following tribes practices pastoral (SSC Multitasking 2014) nomadism ? (SSC CHSL 2015) (a) Tungabhadra (b) Krishna (a) Boro (b) Masai (c) Kaveri (d) Sileru (c) Pygmies (d) Eskimo 142. The Almatti Dam is constructed on the river 132. 2012) 136. Ins.A. Mangrove forests (a) Sugar (b) Paddy B. 143. 2012) (SSC Multitasking 2013) A. 2.S. 2012) (a) rocks (b) soils (d) Rice.V. Which state in India occupies the same ranking position in Godavari Basin is called (SSC Multitasking 2014) respect of area and population? (SSC Sub. Deciduous forests 135. 147. Match the following : (SSC Sub. Tuticorin dp The correct sequence of these ports from north to south is re 130.c expectancy ? (SSC CHSL 2015) om (c) 1. Jowar. Machilipatnam . Ins.y ou Geography 21 rs m 139. Among the foollowing which country has the highest life ss (a) 1. The country in East Asia which is most conspicuous for its between two countries? (SSC Sub. (Tennessee Valley Authority) 133. The biggest oil spill in world history took place in the ? bo (SSC CHSL 2015) (SSC Multitasking 2014) ob 1.A. (a) Damodar Valley Project (SSC Multitasking 2013) (b) Mahanadi Delta Project (a) Wheat.

meander is called: 159. 2016) (c) Environmental conditions (a) 3000 hectares (b) 2500 hectares (d) Social conditions (c) 1500 hectares (d) 2000 hectares 154. Which is the first state in India to enact the Food Security (d) Taiga forest of Siberia Act? (SSC Sub.w or (c) Ox-Bow Lake (d) Crater Lake (c) Five (d) Six dp 160. Ins. Name the condition which influences the development of (a) 10000 m . Lake formed in a cut off river. Ins. 2013) (a) Monsoon Forest (a) Rainfall (b) Humidity (b) Temperate forests of Europe (c) Elevation (d) Temperature (c) The tropical Rain forest 151. The forests which act as barriers against cyclones are: world'? (SSC Steno.6000 m (a) Climatic conditions 164. 2015) (a) Temperate grasslands (a) Evergreen forests (b) Mangrove forests (b) British type vegetation (c) Monsoon forests (d) Alpine Forest (c) Laurentian type vegetation 156. 2014) (c) 1000 m . Ins. Ins. The minor irrigation schemes have Cultural Command Area (b) Soil conditions (CCA) upto (SSC Sub. Which of the following Islands is under direct threat of livelihood and opportunity to the local community . 2013) (a) Two lives (b) Four lives (a) Japan (b) China (c) Three lives (d) One life (c) Cuba (d) Australia . Which of the following regions is called the 'granary of the 155. 2013) (a) Renewable resources (b) Potential resources (a) Prairies (b) Pampas (c) Biotic resources (d) Abiotic resources (c) Selvas (d) Sundarban 157.y ou 22 Geography rs m 148.12000 m (b) 6000 m . Ins. Ins. Ins. The resources which are obtained from biosphere and have (d) Tropical grasslands life are : (SSC Sub. The method of age determination called "radioactive uranium (a) Chhattisgarh (b) Gujarat dating" cannot be used to determine the age of (c) Tamil Nadu (d) Bihar (SSC Sub. Ins. Which of the following is the major copper producing re 149. Which is the leading state in India in "Ship Breaking" ss industry? (SSC Sub. Ins. (SSC Sub. Agriculture should serve as an instrument of income. Ins. Ins. 2014) (c) minerals on earth (d) fossils and plant bodies (a) Vijaynagar (b) Salem 163. Ins. The total number of planets revolving around the sun are: ah bo (SSC Sub. Which of the following rovers of India flows in rift-valley? divided into. 2016) (a) Palau (b) Tuvalu Islands (a) Dr Madhavan Nair (b) Dr Manmohan Singh (c) Marshall Islands (d) Nauru (c) Dr Abdul Kalam (d) Dr M S Swaminathan 166. Contour line is the imaginary line joining places of equal: Forest land is: (SSC Sub. 2016) 152. w w w .1800 m (d) 2000 m . (SSC Sub. The largest coral reef in the world is found near the Eastern (SSC Sub. 2015) ob (a) Playa Lake (b) Meteoric Lake (a) Seven (b) Eight . The first short based integrated steel plant in the country is (a) the earth (b) rocks (SSC Sub. Ins. Ins. 2016) 153. Ins. 2013) 162. Ins. What does the word ‘amphibian’ mean ? 169. Altocumulus clouds occur at altitude of (c) Vishakapatnam (d) Bhadravati (SSC Sub. 2013) (SSC Sub. 165. Ins. 2015) (SSC Steno. 2015) (SSC Sub. 2015) coast of (SSC Steno. In a solar or lunar eclipse. 2015) . 2013) (a) Four parts (b) Five parts (a) Kaveri (b) Tapti (c) Two parts (d) Three parts (c) Son (d) Ken 158. the region of earth’s shadow is 168.this rising sea levels due to climate change has appealed for statement is given by (SSC Sub. The largest forest which covers 25 percent of the world’s 150. 2013) country? (SSC Sub. Ins.10000 m plants into distinctive forms. 2013) (SSC Sub.c om (a) Tamil Nadu (b) Maharashtra (a) Indonesia (b) Russia (c) Sri Lanka (d) Chile (c) Gujarat (d) West Bengal 161. Spot the odd item in the following: (SSC Steno. 2014) help from European leaders? (SSC Sub. 2015) 167.

cold. It happens (a) Bangladesh (b) Pakistan due to (SSC Steno. 2014) water is (SSC Steno. (SSC Steno. Highest coffee growing state in India is(SSC Steno. 2014) (SSC Steno. ley wind blowing in the polar region is 179. 40°N latitude acts as demarcation line between (SSC Steno. The island of Honshu in Japan is famous for ss component of Earth's magnetic field are called . The lines joining places of equal values of horizontal re 180. 2013) (SSC Steno. 2016) (a) Telangana (b) Kerala (a) India (b) Brazil (c) Karnataka (d) Tamil Nadu (c) Sri Lanka (d) China . Which of the following is related to horticulture ? ah bo known as (SSC Steno. 2014) (SSC Steno. 2016) (c) Larger uptake of CO2 by ocean water (a) Iran (b) Iraq (d) Lesser uptake of CO2 by ocean water.y ou Geography 23 rs m 170. 2014) (c) North add South Vietnam (a) Karnataka (b) Uttar Pradesh (d) Egypt and Sudan (c) Maharashtra (d) Tamil Nadu 182. The strong. 2016) om (SSC Steno. 2014) (a) Oil (b) Diamonds (a) isogonic lines (b) isodynamic lines (c) Coal (d) Iron ore (c) aclinic lines (d) isoclinic lines 172. The first person ever to reach the South Pole was (SSC Steno. Which one among the following states is smallest in area? 181. Lakes which contain high concentration of humic acid in 174. The rootless plant is (SSC Steno. 2016) (a) Shevroy hills (b) Mahendragiri (a) Magellan (b) merigo Vespucci (c) Javadi hills (d) Annaimudi (c) Amundsen (d) Peary 176. (c) Venezuela (d) Saudi Arabia 185. 2016) (c) Myanmar (d) India (a) Larger uptake of atmospheric nitrogen by ocean water.w or (c) Blizzard (d) Harmattan (c) Operation flood (d) Golden revolution dp 171.c (SSC Steno. Which country is the largest producer of raw jute? 184. The highest peak of the Eastern ghats of India is 183. Kundankulam Project is located in which state ? (SSC Steno. 177. w w w . It is reported that there is an ongoing decrease in the pH (SSC Steno. 2016) ob (a) Chinook (b) Bora (a) Green revolution (b) White revolution . 2016) (SSC Steno. The largest tea growing country in the World is 178. 2016) (a) lemna (b) banana (a) Desert salt lakes (b) Volcanic lakes (c) ginger (d) lemon (c) Dystrophic lakes (d) Deep ancient lakes 175. The largest proven oil reserve of the world lies in (b) Lesser uptake of atmospheric nitrogen by ocean water. 2014) value of ocean water because of global warming. 2016) (a) Gujarat (b) Karnataka (a) North and South Korea (c) Tamil Nadu (d) Andhra Pradesh (b) USA and Canada 173.

(b) National Highway 2. or selected by humans. (c) Nagaland had recorded the country’s highest decadal 5. (b) 11. lemon are citrus fruits. (b) A cultigen is a plant that has been deliberately altered and his son Yeshayahu. (a) There are droplets of sulphuric acid and acidic crystals in constitutes a major portion of the historical Grand the atmosphere of Venus. commonly referred as Delhi– forests to higher latitudes. (b) 40. . (b) Bokaro Steel Plant – the fourth integrated plant in the ss . but between different ranges. (c) 33. (a) Narmada is the only river in India that flows in a rift selection. 49. (c) Passenger coaches are manufactured at three principal Circumpolar Current. it is a known destination for Bollywood film carbon dioxide and other related greenhouse gases.08 southern Bangladesh and a part in the Indian state of in 1991 respectively. through rift valleys. also known as a seismic sea wave. (b) Most cereals. (c) Bihar with 1. is a busy Indian National Highway that may increase mangrove growth by stimulating runs through the states of Delhi. (b) A tsunami. droplets of sulfuric acid and crystals reflect light very 51. (BEML) at Bangalore. other places are–melting fast. (a) 43. is a 32. through a network belong to the botanical family Gramineae. it an ocean or a large lake. is known as Queen of Satpura because of its mystic 28. it is the result of artificial 52. Haryana. (b) 13. places : Integral Coach Factory (ICF) at Perambur. Road along with NH 91 and NH 1 in India.102 persons per square kilometre is the 9. erosion and water loss. (a) 18. 6. (a) 19. 48. plants of commerce that are used ranges. (c) 16. at the same time. (d) Deccan Plateau. (d) 45. Uttar photosynthesis or improving water use efficiency. (a) 8. And and ozone depletion. This has led to increase 27. and emitters. (b) 17. tubing. It 29. barley. It is continuous with the northern edge of the Antarctic 26. method of growing crops on sides most densely populated state of India as per the 2011 of hills or mountains by planting on graduated terraces Census. 2.029 built into the slope. 37. 15. (d) 44. Pradesh. Jharkhand. generally in collaboration with the Soviet Union. (b) 21. connecting points where the seismic wave arrives.c series of waves in a water body caused by the Public Sector – started taking shape in 1965 in om displacement of a large volume of water. That fraction of it which complementary inputs on selected water-as-sured reaches theAfrican coast feeds the Benguela Current.41 per cent in 2001 and 56. (d) 20. pipes. (c) 22. (a) Homoseismal lines is the line on the Earth's surface in sea level over the years.y ou 24 Geography rs m ah HINTS & SOLUTIONS bo ob . (a) Panchmarhi a beautiful hill station in Madhya Pradesh generated by an earthquake. millet. (a) 25. for the most part. and fertilizer by allowing water to drip slowly to the 30. (c) 38. (b) 35. West Bengal. Elevated CO2 concentration Kolkata Road. (b) It is mainly cause crbyo phenomena: global warming Railway Coach Factory (RCF) at Kapurthala. (b) The inclination of the Earth's field is 90°at the North halophytic mangrove forest in the world. is now in Jharkhand. w w w . (b) The New Agricultural Strategy is based on 47. (a) 12. (a) Red and Yellow Soil in India is largely available in the 10. (a) 41. It is the largest single block of tidal 34. (b) Drip irrigation is a form of irrigation that saves water well. shootings. roots of many different plants. method has been employed effectively to maximize 36. flowing west between the Satpura and Vindhya are. the persons per kilometre as per the option. and West Bengal. (a) 46. which is one reason why Venus is so bright. Global warming may promote expansion of mangrove 50. concentration of high-yielding varieties of seeds and fed by the Brazil Current. Magnetic Pole and –90° at the South Magnetic Pole. Though labour–intensive. The Tapti River and Mahi River also flow in horticulture. (b) Terrace cultivation. (d) 39. (a) 3. These "man-made" or anthropogenic plants valley. either onto the soil corn. rice. rye. (b) The Sundarbans is a natural region comprising population growth of 64. Once in Bihar. areas. (b) 7. Bihar. oats. Polar ice caps in Antarctica and Bharat Earth Movers Ltd. Orange and of valves. West Bengal comes second with 1. including wheat. (b) Jupiter is the fifth planet from the sun and the largest arable land area in variable terrains and to reduce soil planet within the Solar System. agriculture and forestry. (b) 14. The smooth surfaces of these Trunk. sorghum. (b) South Atlantic Current is an eastward ocean current. (c) 42. (d) Mangrove wetlands are possible sinks/sources for beauty. (b) 4. (b) 24. Drip irrigation was developed in Israel by Simcha Blass 31. green bristlegrass and pearl millet surface or directly onto the root zone.w or dp re 1. (c) 23.

showed that connecting a revegetation patch with 59. and the only endemics 56. and ss . and research in Brisbane has the Northern Hemisphere and to the left in the Southern shown that revegetation projects can significantly Hemisphere. and lakes in a particular drainage Dust storms arise when a gust front or other strong basin. tea.000 hectares are Rasbora tobana. its roots or by salt spray. (a) The Mahadeo Hills are a range of hills in Madhya ah bo larger land areas. and grass Spartina alterniflora (smooth cordgrass). w w w . 78. marshes and sloughs. "baroclinic zones". All this was achieved not merely tool in places where much of the natural vegetation by mass production. which in 30 years doubled get more of it. It has a length of 9. The hills form the central ob 54. oval or 75. has been cleared. (d) Kerala is famous for the cultivation of coconut. Pradesh state of central India. 72. (c) 67. (b) Brahmaputra River is one of the largest rivers in the and are connected with fronts and horizontal gradients world. sometimes called mid-latitude in the world. dolomite and seashores. give us wood and timber whereas all other things given surpassing the USA in 1998. (b) Azotobacter is a genus of usually motile. (a) Magnetic declination is the angle between compass up to 505 metres (1.w large scale detail and quantitative representation of 69. It is therefore particularly important 58.Though the stream will wear away the 62. 76. (c) A dust storm or sand storm is a meteorological 60. (a) water in India. 74. . The origin of Brahmaputra River is in in temperature and dew point otherwise known as southwestern Tibet as the Yarlung River. region of the existing habitat improved bird species richness. (b) An Isthmus is a narrow strip of land connecting two 68. (d) A halophyte is a plant that grows in waters of high irregularities to leave a smoothly curving profile called salinity. produce large quantities of capsular slime. the milk available per person. (a) The Trans-Siberian Railway is the longest railway line 64. (c) Above 10. but by production by the masses. An example of a halophyte is the salt marsh gypsum. we plant another tree then it will grow up and again deficient nation. such as in saline semi-deserts. usually with water on either side. The fauna includes om north (the direction the north end of a compass needle several species of zooplankton and benthic animals. the native surface towards the geographic North Pole. usually using contour lines in modern mapping. cashew and spices. (d) Thermal Power Plants consumes maximum industrial 65. 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1949 (d) 30th November. 2010) (a) Political unity (b) Cultural unity (a) Administrative Reforms (c) Religious unity (d) Social unity (b) Electoral Reforms 3. 2010) 4. Despotism is possible in a (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. 2011) 10. 2011) (d) Finance Commission (b) Due process of Law 6. 2010) (SSC CGL 2nd Sit.c om 1. 2010) Central Secretariate in Delhi? (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2010) (a) Portuguese (b) Dutch (a) Legislature (b) Executive (c) German (d) English (c) Political parties (d) Judiciary 2. Which is an extra-constitutional body ? (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. Judicial review in the Indian Constitution is based on: (a) Rule of Law (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Ambedkar (SSC CGL 2nd Sit.R. Rajendra Prasad (d) Dr. Which one of the following is the guardian of Fundamental (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2011) (a) Indian Administration Service th (a) 26 January. 2010) (c) Resolutions (d) Presidential Speech (a) 15th January. B. 2010) (a) 60 years (b) 65 years (a) One party state (b) Two party state (c) 62 years (d) 58 years (c) Multi party state (d) Two and multi party state 21. 1947 20. The two forms of democracy are (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2010) (d) Centre-State relations (a) Lord Mayo (b) Lord Ripon 14. 1949 (b) Indian Police Service (c) 26th November. A Presidential Ordinance can remain in force 5. Which innovative discussion process is introduced by the (a) George Washington (b) Winston Churchill Indian parliament to the World Parliamentary systems? (c) Abraham Lincoln (d) Theodore Roosevelt (SSC CGL 1st Sit. The Prime Minister of India is (SSC CGL 1st Sit.w POLITY or dp re ss CHAPTER . w w w . 1950 (d) 15th October. 2010) (a) For Three months (b) For six months (b) Planning Commission (c) For nine months (d) Indefinitely (c) Election Commission 16. Marx belonged to (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. 1947 (b) 15th August. The judges of the Supreme Court retire at the age of : (c) 15th August. Jawahar Lal Nehru (b) Sardar Patel people' by the people. 2010) 19. 1949 (c) Indian Foreign Service 18. 2011) (a) Germany (b) Holland (a) Sir Edward Lutyens (b) Herbert Baker (c) France (d) Britain (c) Robert Tor Russell (d) Antonin Raymond . 1947 (SSC CGL 1st Sit. India attained 'Dominion Status' on (a) Question hour (b) Zero hour (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. 2010) (c) Procedure established by Law (a) Elected (b) Appointed (d) Precedents and Conventions (c) Nominated (d) Selected 17. Who was the architect of North and South Blocks of the 11. 1950 (b) 26th December. The declaration that Democracy is a Government 'of the (a) Pt. 2011) 9. 2010) Rights ? (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. The term 'Greater India' denotes 13. Who is rightly called the "Father of Local Self Government" (c) Financial Reforms in India ? (SSC CGL 1st Sit. for the people' was made by (c) Dr. Who was the President of the Constituent Assembly? (d) Indian Forest Service (SSC CGL 1st Sit. The speaker of the Lok-Sabha has to address his/her letter (c) Lord Curzon (d) Lord Clive of resignation to (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. The Drafting of the Constitution was completed on: 7. 2010) (a) Language Commission (SSC CGL 1st Sit. The term 'Caste' was derived from 12. 2011) 8. 2010) (SSC CGL 1st Sit.y ou rs m 3 ah bo ob . 2010) (a) Prime Minister of India (a) Parliamentary and Presidential (b) President of India (b) Direct and Indirect (c) Deputy Speaker of Lok Sabha (c) Monarchical and Republican (d) Minister of Parliamentary Affairs (d) Parliamentary and King 15. Sarkaria Commission was concerned with (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Which is not an All India Service ? (SSC CGL 1st Sit.

2012) (c) 35 years (d) 18 years (b) M. In which of the following systems of government is bi– cameralism an essential feature? (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2011) or (d) Governor dp (b) President 33. 2012) be considered only: (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. Ranga 40.c (d) President in consultation with the Parliament (a) Kottayam (b) Thiruvananthapuram om 23. 2012) (a) Federal system (b) Unitary system (a) Financial administration (c) parliamentary system (d) Presidential system (b) Political direction 28. 2012) (a) 42nd Amendment Act (b) 43rd Amendment Act (a) Pandit Nehru (b) K. The seat of Madhya Pradesh High Court is located at (b) Executive’s Quasi-Judicial Powers (SSC CGL 1st Sit. The main reason for the growth of communalism in India is (c) if the Rajya Sabha passes a resolution by two-thirds (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. 2012) (c) Appointment and removal of top officials (a) higher standard of living of the people (d) Subordinate legislation (b) equal distribution of income in the society 38. V. 2012) (d) maximum social welfare in the society (a) Lack of Checks and Balances 29. 2012) ss . Ananthasayanam Ayyangar 24. If the Anglo–Indian community does not get adequate (a) Commissioner for Scheduled Castes and Tribes ah bo representation in the Lok Sabha. 2012) (a) Governor (b) President (a) if majority of State Legislatures make such demand (c) Law Minister (d) Prime Minister (b) if Lok Sabha passes a resolution by two-thirds majority 41. Violation of‘Rule of Law’ arises mostly from (c) higher individual welfare in the society (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2011) 34. 2012) majority (a) Educational and economic backwardness of minority (d) None of the above groups 32. Shah (c) 44th Amendment Act (d) 45th Amendment Act (c) B. The Social Contract theory deals with (a) 45 days (b) 60 days (SSC CGL 1st Sit. two members of the (b) Prime Minister ob community can be nominated by the (c) President . The Supreme Court of India offers advice to the President (d) Local Government on matters of Legal. The National Commission for Minorities was constituted in based on (SSC CGL 1st Sit. the Residuary Powers are vested with (b) The Origin of the State (a) Union Government (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. Ambedkar (d) N. 2011) (c) The Nature of State (b) State Government (d) The Functions of State (c) Both the Union Government and the State Government 36. 2012) (c) Limited Franchise (a) Gwalior (b) Indore (d) Delegated Legislation (c) Bhopal (d) Jabalpur 39. Radhakrishnan (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. w w w . The seat of Kerala High Court is located at: re (c) Speaker (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. The Constitutional Amendment Act that has introduced 30. For the election of President of India. 2012) (c) 90 days (d) 365 days (a) The Purpose of State 25. 2012) the year (SSC CGL 1st Sit. The proposal for the creation of new All-India Services can (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. 2012) (d) Imposing ban on communal organisations . 2012) the bank”. (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. 2012) (a) Article-148 (b) Article-129 (a) 1990 (b) 1992 (c) Article-147 (d) Article-143 (c) 1980 (d) 1989 37. R. 2011) 35. 2012) administration ? (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Socialism succeeds in achieveing (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Which is the most effective means of executive control of 27. The first speaker of Lok Sabha was: (a) 25 years (b) 30 years (a) S. G.w (a) Prime Minister (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. Mavlankar (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. Public or Constitutional importance 26. Who said that the Directive Principles of State Policy are safeguards against the misuse of proclamation of national just like “a cheque on bank payable at the convenience of emergency is the (SSC CGL 2nd Sit.y ou 30 Polity rs m 22. The authority to specify which castes shall be deemed to (b) Political consciousness be scheduled castes rests with the: (c) Social inequalities (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. A member of Parliament will lose his membership of (c) Sardar Hukum Singh Parliament if he is continuously absent from Sessions for (d) G. In India. a citizen should have (c) Kollam (d) Ernakulam completed the age of (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. T. The Fundamental Rights can be suspended by the 31.

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Munshi (b) D. 2016) bo from which Constitution? Concurrent List ? (SSC CHSL 2012) ob (a) U.M. how many members (b) Article-368 were there ? (SSC CHSL 2014) (c) Nowhere in the Constitution (a) 296 (b) 313 (d) Preamble (c) 318 (d) 316 .P. Who admits a new State to the Union of India ? (a) Two (b) One (SSC CHSL 2014) (c) Nil (d) Three (a) President (b) Supreme Court 93. The Directive Principles of State Policy has been adopted 95. The President can advance money to meet unforeseen expenses from the (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2016) ss defections ? (SSC CHSL 2012) . 2016) (c) 10 (d) 12 (a) Chief Justice of India (b) Attorney General 100. Who said in the Constituent Assembly that the Directive (a) Speaker of Lok Sabha (b) Prime Minister Principles of the State Policy are like a 'Cheque on a bank (c) President (d) Finance Minister payable at the convenience of the bank' ? 88. Khaitan distribution of seats in Rajya Sabha ? (SSC CHSL 2012) (c) Dr. 2016) the legislature (a) Consolidated Fund of India (c) Fixed term of office (b) Grants of the Central Government (d) All the above (c) Aid from the Union Government 102. (b) Japan matches. How many members can be nominated to both the Houses (c) Dissolution of the Legislative Assembly of the Parliament by the President ? (SSC CHSL 2013) (d) Assent to Bills 89. Which one of the following was created by the 'Pitt's India Act' ? (SSC CHSL 2012) (c) Prime Minister (d) Parliament (a) Board of Control (b) Board of Revenue 104. 2016) 98. Krishnamacharia (a) 4th schedule (b) 5th schedule 87. Under which Article of the Constitution can an individual (c) Law Minister (d) Solicitor General move to the Supreme Court directly in case of any violation 90. Who has got the power to create All India Services ? (c) Standing Council (d) Court of Directors (SSC CHSL 2014) 94.S.c (a) Direct (b) Presidential om (a) 50th (b) 52th (c) Representative (d) Dictatorship 86.T. Ambedkar (d) T. 2016) (a) K. T. The concept of Concurrent List in Indian Constitution is (d) Contingency Fund borrowed from the Constitution of (SSC CHSL 2013) 92. Which one of the following was established with a definite of Fundamental Rights ? (SSC CHSL 2013) provision under an Article of the Constitution of India? (a) Article 31 (b) Article 32 (SSC CGL 1st Sit. How many cricketers.y ou Polity 33 rs m 84.M. Who is the first law officer of the country? (a) 14 (b) 16 (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Munshi (b) B. Ambedkar (a) Appointment of Chief Minister (c) Austin (d) K. 2016) (c) Article 28 (d) Article 29 (a) Union Public Service Commission 101. Which type of democracy do we follow in India? 96.R. The discretionary powers of a Governor is limited in (SSC CHSL 2012) (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Term 'Federal' has been used in the Indian Constitution in: (a) Supreme Court (b) The Parliament (SSC CHSL 2012) (c) Council of Ministers (d) Prime Minister (a) Part-III 105. Constitution (b) British Constitution (a) Trade Unions (b) Citizenship . Which one of the following items comes under the ah (SSC CGL 1st Sit.w (c) Irish Constitution (d) French Constitution or (c) Local Government (d) Inter-State rivers dp 85. Who has the right to decide whether a Bill is a money bill or (c) 6th schedule (d) 3rd schedule not? (SSC CGL 1st Sit. are presently Lok Sabha members ? (c) Canada (d) Australia (SSC CHSL 2012) 103. The Chairman of the Drafting Committee of the Constituent (c) 60th (d) 44th Assembly of India was (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Shah (b) Dismissal of the Ministry 99. w w w . B.A. 2016) 97. Which schedule of the Indian Constitution prescribes (a) K. In the provisional Parliament of India.S. Presidential form of government consists of the following : (b) National Human Rights Commission (SSC CHSL 2013) (c) Election Commission (a) Popular election of the President (d) Central Vigilance Commission (b) No overlap in membership between the executive and 91. Which Amendment of the Constitution deals with Political re (SSC CGL 1st Sit.R. who have represented India in test (a) U.

Giri (c) Chief Justice of India (d) Prime Minister of India (c) Bhairon Singh Shekhawat 111. (d) France 125. 2012) (a) The Supreme Court (a) laid down in the Consitution of India (b) The Rajya Sabha (b) specified in The Representation of the People Act. Who was the First Speaker of the Lok Sabha ? recognised political parties (SSC CHSL 2015) 119. 2013) (c) Annual Budget Statement (a) He appoints the Chief Justice of all High Courts. 2013) 112. Which of the following countries has a Parliamentary form (c) When both the offices of the President and Vice- of Government? (SSC Multitasking 2014) President fall vacant simultaneously. 1951 (c) Either House of Parliament (c) enjoined by the Supreme Court (d) The Lok Sabha (d) agreed through a voluntary agreement among the 108. Which one of the following sitting Vice-Presidents of India 110.A. Cold War refers to (SSC Multitasking 2013) (a) Article-22 (b) Article-16 (a) tension between East and West (c) Article-20 (d) Article-25 (b) ideological rivalry between Capitalist and Communist 122. In the Constitution of India. The 73rd Constitutional amendment act is related to ? 117. Ins. Which Article of the Indian Constitution deals with Election (SSC Sub. The concept of Judicial Review has been borrowed from (c) Socialism (d) Monarchy the Consitution of (SSC Multitasking 2014) 123. Which of the following systems in independent India goes decisions is termed as (SSC Sub. Ins. (b) Cuba (d) The CJI can hold his office till he attains the age of 65 (c) United States of America years. A philosophy that the worker should share in industrial 116.S. 2013) (c) tension between Superpowers (a) Despotism (b) Republic (d) All of the above 113.c (SSC CHSL 2015) om (SSC Sub. Ins. Which one of the following statements about the Chief (a) Annual Financial Statement Justice of India (CJI) is not correct ? (b) Annual Revenue Statement (SSC Sub. Ins. 2012) (a) industrial democracy (b) worker sovereignty (a) Caste system (b) Economic system (c) industrial socialism (d) worker dictatorship (c) Party system (d) Parliamentary system . (d) Annual Expenditure Statement (b) The CJI administers the oath or-office to the President 115. Ins. Which article of the Indian Constitution provides for equal (a) 1949 (b) 1951 opportunities for all citizen in Public employment? (c) 1956 (d) 1950 (SSC Sub. the change economic system results ah bo (SSC CHSL 2015) in inevitable changes in (SSC Sub. (d) U. Impeachment Proceedings against the President for 118. The model code of conduct for political parties and re Violation of the Constitution can be initiated in : ss candidates to be followed during the elections is . 2012) ob (a) Panchayat Raj (b) Foreign Exchange (a) political system only (b) social system only .V. the CJI discharges (a) New Zealand the duties of the President. 2012) Commission ? (SSC CHSL 2015) (a) Article 31 (b) Article 32 (a) Article 356 (b) Article 360 (c) Article 33 (d) Article 34 (c) Article 324 (d) Article 352 120.R.S. Ins. Hegde (b) Hukum Singh violation of Fundamental Rights under (c) Ganesh Vasudev (d) Neelam Sanjeeva Reddy 109. there is no freedom"? (a) France (b) Great Britain (SSC Sub. If the President wants to resign.w (c) Finance Commission (d) RBI or (c) the entire systems (d) religious system only dp 107. Who said: "Where there is no law. According to Karl Marx. A citizen can directly move the Supreme Court for any (a) K. Radhakrishnan (SSC Sub.S. Which one of the following is opposite to democratic world state? (SSC Sub. Constitution of India came into force in (d) Both (B) and (C) (SSC Multitasking 2013) 121.S. the budget is known as (c) Marx (d) Locke (SSC Multitasking 2014) 124. 2013) (c) U. Ins. (a) Bentham (b) Lenin 114.y ou 34 Polity rs m 106. Ins. Ins. w w w . 2014) against the very basis of democracy? (SSC Sub. 2012) (a) Vice-President of India (b) Speaker of Lok Sabha (b) V. he shall address his letter contested for the post of President and lost the election? of resignation to : (SSC CHSL 2015) (a) S. Ins.

judiciary. judiciary. Ins. the constitution of India were: (b) the executives emerge from and is responsible to the (a) Nominated by Governor-General. 2015) (d) bound by the advice of the Council of Ministers (a) Association (b) City State 129. Ins. . Which of the following is the inalienable attribute of the parliamentary system of government ? (SSC Sub. If the Union Parliament is to assume legislative power over (a) Britain (b) Switzerland and subject included in the State List. The states recorganisation in 1956 created : 142. 2014) (c) Five (d) Six I. Liberty stands for (SSC Sub. 143. Reservation for the Scheduled castes and Scheduled tribes in the service has been provided in the Indian Constitution (c) Population (d) Institutions under : (SSC Sub. the resolution to the (c) Russia (d) India effect has to be passed by which of the following ? 130. II and III (b) I and III 138. w w w . Which Article of the Indian constitution defines the duties (SSC Sub. Ins. 2015) (SSC Sub. 2014) of the Chief Minister? (SSC Sub. the President is (SSC Sub. will have all powers and functions of both President and Vice-President 137. (c) the executive emerge from and is responsible to the (c) Elected by the Legislative Assemblies of various legislature. (c) Social Engineering (d) Political Engineering (b) 17 States and 9 Union Territories. Parliamentary Government is a form of Constitutional (a) Article 365 (b) Article 375 democracy in which (SSC Sub. should continue to work as the Chairman of the Rajya (a) Louis Pasteur (b) Robert Koch Sabha (c) Joseph Lister (d) Edward jenner (a) I. Ins. 2016) (c) Article 315 (d) Article 335 (a) the legislature emerge from and is responsible to the 134. 2015) 144. Ins. 2015) (a) Legal Equality (b) Political Equality (a) Article 164 (b) Article 166 (c) Social Equality (d) Economic Equality (c) Article 167 (d) Article 163 132. Ins. The total number of planets revolving around the sun are: re men have the opportunity to be their best selves . The method of amending the Constitution by popular veto (c) Nation (d) State is found in (SSC Sub. (d) the legislatures emerge from and is responsible to the (d) Directly elected by the People. In Presidential Government. State? (SSC Sub. Ins. Sabha. Ins. 2015) (a) Flexibility of the Constitution (a) Lok. gets all the allowances and privileges of the President (SSC Sub.c 127. Ins. (c) Judicial Supremacy (b) Both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha (d) Parliamentary Sovereignty (c) Lok Sabha 131. 2015) . Political Science is a science of (SSC Sub. Ins. 2016) (d) 15 States and 9 Union Territories. When the Vice-President is acting as President he om (a) Seven (b) Eight (SSC Sub. (SSC Sub.y ou Polity 35 rs m 126. 2014) (a) Part III (b) Part IV (a) independent of the Legislature (c) Part I (d) Part II (b) dependent on the Legislature 139. Ins. Ins. To whom the President has to submit his resignation ? ah bo (a) absence of restraint (SSC Sub. 2014) 135. 2015) ob (b) consists in the presence of restraint (a) Speaker (b) Chief Justic . Ins. Which of the following is not the essential element of the (c) 14 States and 6 Union Territories. Which one of the following kinds of equality is not (d) Rajya Sabha compatible with the liberal notion of equality ? 141. 2016) (SSC Sub. Ins. 2015) III. Ins. Ins. The Members of the Constituent Assembly which enacted executive. Provinces.Laski ss (SSC Sub. 2014) 140. Immunization technique was developed by: II.w (c) feeling enjoyed in a cogenial atmosphere or (c) Prime Minister (d) Vice President dp (d) the eager maintenance of that atmosphere in which 136. Ins. Rajya Sabha and legislatures of the (b) Fusion of Executive and Legislature Concerned States. Which one of the following chapters in the Indian (c) I and II (d) II only Constitution guarantees fundamental rights to the people? 128. 2015) (a) Economic Engineering (b) Cultural Engineering (a) 17 States and 6 Union Territories. Ins. 2014) (SSC Sub. Mac Iver says ‘Kinship creates society and society at length (c) dependent on the Judiciary creates ________’. (a) Government (b) Sovereignty 133. (b) Nominated by the Political Parties.

Shankar Dayal Sharma. Venkataraman. Maximum age of superannuation for the judges of the 155. The reorganization of states on linguistic basis was done in was elevated as President of India (SSC Stenographer 2014) (SSC Stenographer 2016) (a) Railway Minister (a) 1952 (b) 1956 (b) Finance Minister (c) 1950 (d) 1951 (c) External Affairs Minister 157. Gyani Zail Singh. Which Article of the Indian Constitution mentions about (c) N.S. Venkataraman. 2016) (a) America (b) Ireland . Dr. N. Gyani Zail (d) Division of Powers into 3 lists Singh. Dr (c) 340 (d) 330 Shankar Dayal Sharma 149. Gyani Zail Singh. Equality and Fraternity enshrined 152. Who addresses the joint sessions of the parliament? st (a) 91 Amendment (a) The President (SSC Stenographer 2014) (b) 92nd Amendment (b) The Prime Minister (c) 81st Amendment (c) The Chairman of Rajya Sabha (d) 85th Amendment (d) The Lok Sabha Speaker .w (a) US Constitution (b) Irish Constitution or (c) Australia (d) Russia dp (c) French Constitution (d) UK Constitution 153. Reddy. Shankar Dayal Sharma. The authority to alter the boundaries of states in India rests (SSC Stenographer 2016) . Reddy.y ou 36 Polity rs m 145. (b) Acts beyond judicial review Venkataraman. R. Who first gave the concept of "Distributive Justice"? Supreme Court of India is (SSC Stenographer 2013) (SSC Stenographer 2016) (a) 62 years (b) 65 years (a) Machiavelli (b) Locke (c) 60 years (d) 70 years (c) Plato (d) Aristotle 150. Ins.S. w w w . Schedule VII of Indian Constitution contains (SSC Stenographer 2016) (a) Presidential election (SSC Stenographer 2013) (a) N.S.S. Name the portfolio held by Sri Pranab Mukherjee before he 156. Reddy 148. Gyani Zail Singh (c) States and Union territories (b) R. Venkataraman. The term "politics" was first used by re ss 146. Reddy. Bodo and Dogri were added in the 8th Schedule by the (d) Home Minister following amendment : (SSC Stenographer 2016) 151. Fundamental Rights are borrowed from the Constitution of ah bo in the Indian Constitution is inspired from (SSC Stenographer 2014) ob (SSC Sub.c with the (SSC Stenographer 2013) (a) Plato (b) John Locke om (a) President (b) Prime minister (c) Aristotle (d) Socrates (c) Parliament (d) State Government 154. The concept of Liberty. Arrange the names of the President in the order they served. Dr financial emergency? (SSC Stenographer 2013) Shankar Dayal Sharma (a) 360 (b) 350 (d) N. Dr. R. R. 147.

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is then presented to the President who shall finally took in effect. (c) The Article 324 of the Indian constitution basically President. (a) 94. and powers in the government where a head of government is also head Eastern Bloc. (a) 73rd Constitutional amendment act is related to provide nationalist movement. The Constitutional Assembly of India India's financial year. Hence. be nominated to both the houses of parliament by the 109. creed. (d) The parliament of India has power to add a new state on the last working day of February by the Finance to the Union of India. (b) 97. was introduced in 1934. Fundamental Rights January 1950 are those rights which are essential for the growth of 112. (b) Under Article 32 of the Constitution. (d) The Cold War. State List in Article 112 of the Constitution of India. The budget. color. 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A assembly to draft constitution for India (Including parliamentary system of government means that the present day Pakistan and Bangladesh). for their temporary wartime alliance against Nazi Germany. the budget is known as the Union and States. dominated by the Soviet Union along of state and leads an executive branch that is separate with the Warsaw Pact. the start of 313 members. This is done by collecting votes Minister of India in Parliament. (a) 88. The United States. powers in the Western Bloc. On . The legislative India. which is of Members of Parliament in the favour of new state. This began after the success of from the legislative branch.y ou Polity 39 rs m 83. In the Indian constitution. (a) According to the Indian Constitution. presented each year 103. (b) the Parliament has the power to create all India Services. (d) 92. budget of the Republic of India. directly move to the Supreme Court in Case of any 111.w House of Parliament. often dated from 1947 to 1991. an individual can his letter of resignation to the Vice-President. 95. by the Directive Principles of State Policy. Members of executive branch of government must have the direct this assembly was indirectly elected representatives or indirect support of the parliament. India is borrowed from USA. renamed as Provisional Parliament of India. referred to as the Annual Financial Statement[1] section is divided into three lists: Union List. 107. is the annual and Concurrent List. (a) If the President wants to resign he/she shall address 100. w w w . members to the Lok Sabha. (c) Impeachment of the president for violation of 85. Appropriation bill has to be passed by the House 105. the Directive Principles 3-tier system of Panchayati Raj for all states having of the Indian constitution have been greatly influenced population of over 20 lakh. (c) 86. This part is divided between Annual Financial Statement. The Union Budget of legislative and administrative powers. has a presidential system. (c) houses of the Parliament.c om borrowed from the Irish Constitution. The makers of general election of India in 1952. This will become the major 115. (b) consititution of India may start in either of the two 90. This is the legislative power of the President empowers the Election Commission to exercise its where he nominates 12 members to the Rajya Sabha power to prevent criminals and corrupt persons from and if not adequately represented 2 Anglo-Indian entering politics. (a) In the Constitution of India. (c) The concept of Directive Principles of State Policy was Provisional Parliament was dissolved after the first . Popular election leaving the USSR and the US as two superpowers with of President. (a) 96. was a an individual's personality and are enjoyed by every sustained state of political and military tension between citizen irrespective of caste. It consists of the members of usually shown by a vote of confidence. (c) Ganesh Vasudev Mavalankar was the first speaker of 99. (c) The concept of Judicial Review in the Constitution of Government. This support is from across the India. dominated by the United 101. of office are the main criteria of Presidential form of 113. (b) The Provisional Parliament of India was consisted of before it can come into effect on April 1. 1950. 1950. The Review refers that the Constitution is the supreme Concurrent List or List-III is a list of 52 items(though power of the nation and all laws are under its the last item is numbered 47) given in Part XI of the supremacy. (d) A presidential system is a republican system of States with NATO among its allies. (d) The concept of Concurrent List in Indian Constitution Judicial review is dealt with under Article 13. 110. (a) New Zealand has parliamentary form of government. instance. an amendment can be of this Constituent Assembly was held on 9 Dec. race and sex. (d) The constitution of India came into effect from 26th violation of fundamental rights.

resigned on July 21. (b) The method of amending the Constitution by popular when he was elected to a five-year term. (d) 127. (b) 150. (c) 156. 140. residence or any of the executive branch gets its power from the legislative them. on grounds only of religion. allowances ob government. owing to absence. (b) emoluments. (d) 136. them as well. of India." of thought.y ou 40 Polity rs m relationship between the executive and the legislature determined by Parliament by law and. where there is no law. (d) "Kinship" says MacIver. the 141. any employment or office under the State. 2007. w w w . (c) Parliament or of a House of the Legislature of any State. the ministers can easily extend nation. during. (c) 146. Liberal means free of restraints and According to him. executive and legislature branch are linked because caste. (a) The Fundamental Rights are defined in Part III of the of India. The Constitution confers immunology".w head of government and a head of state. creates society and society 126. Constitution which apply to every Indian citizen 125. (under article 32) directly in case s/he faces any violation 128. 118. It is mostly programs and policies of the Cabinet are backed by a associated with autocratic/authoritarian set ups. who has the real power. (a) Industrial democracy is an arrangement which involves irrespective of race. the power of appointment of judges on the President 138. Despotism is the opposite of democracy as the their influence on the legislature. such emoluments. (b) of India in consultation with the Chief Justice of India 137. in that House on the date on which he enters upon his 119. freedom. He served in that position from August 2002. 124. he shall be deemed to have vacated his seat Legislature of each State. (b) A parliamentary form of government is a democratic election to Pratibha Patil. allowances and privileges as may be 157. and in respect of. after losing the presidential 130. authority in the workplace. (c) 133. religion. Parliamentary systems usually have a and privileges as are specified in the Second Schedule.c om constitutional monarchy. or discriminated against in branch and is held accountable for their actions by respect or. (a) immunities of the President and be entitled to such 152. belief. president are constitutionally separate from those of 120. place of birth. descent. said that the end of law is not to abolish or 131. majority inside the legislature. (d) Edward Jenner is often called "the father of and the governor of the state. (d) John Locke in his Second Treatise of Civil Government. but to preserve and enlarge freedom. one where the head of state and head of government 121. the principle of representation is absent in it. 129. caste. (a) Judges in a High Court are appointed by the President 132. illness or any other cause. (a) 149. (d) 155. It states legislature branches of government are linked. expression. race. (a) 117. be ineligible for. The Vice- . (d) 134. (a) Democracy is a political system whereby people elect in the legislature become the members of the Cabinet their representatives who then administer the region/ or Ministry. 139. (a) a system of government in which the powers of the of his/her fundamental rights. the Vice- re The head of state often is an elected (either popularly President shall discharge his functions until the date ss or through parliament) president or. until provision ah bo in a parliamentary system is called responsible in that behalf is so made. there is no everyone has the same access to the same wealth. period while he is so acting as. The head of When the President is unable to discharge his functions or dp government is the prime minister. notion of equality. (c) Article 167 defines the duties of the chief minister. (d) 144. hereditary. sex. (c) 145. . in all the states of created beings economic equality is about a level playing field where capable of laws. Chapter 6. which is not possible. (b) Article 16 of the Indian Constitution deals with equality are held by different people and the executive and of opportunity in matters of public employment. (b) 151. faith and worship. (d) Economic equality is not compatible with the liberal restrain. creed workers making decisions. Naturally. The leaders of the majority party or alliance 122. (a) Liberty means absence of restraint and assures freedom at length creates the state. (a) 143. The that no citizen shall. place of birth. sharing responsibility and or gender. in Parliamentary form of government. or discharging the 142. 1951 : An Act and if a member of either House of Parliament or of a to provide for the conduct of elections to the Houses House of the Legislature of any State be elected Vice- of Parliament and to the House or Houses of the President. (c) Bhairon Singh Shekhawat was the 11th Vice-President the legislature. in the case of a on which the President resumes his duties. This feature is inalienable 123. (d) The Vice-President shall. (c) functions of. President have all the powers and 147. (b) A citizen has the right to 'move the supreme court' office as Vice-President. (a) 153. (c) 154. (a) . (c) 148. until he veto is found in Switzerland. Consequently. President shall not be a member of either House of 116. (c) 135. (b) The Representation of The People Act .

The monetary policy is India is formulated by (a) Balance of trade (b) Bilateral trade (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2010) 19. At present. 2010) 4. Which is the biggest tax paying sector in India ? (a) Perfect competition (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. During periods of inflation. The exchange of commodities between two countries is (c) Matrix method (d) Income method referred as (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. Keynes 6. Which among the following agencies released the report. 2010) (d) Reserve Bank of India (a) Playas (b) Yardang 12. The excess of price a person is to pay rather than forego the (a) Fixed exchange rate consumption of the commodity is called (b) Floating exchange rate (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. India is following (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Depression formed due to deflating action of winds are called (c) Finance Commission (SSC CGL 1st Sit. have decided to finalise agreements related (c) Ventifacts (d) Sand dunes to which of the following ? (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. 2010) (c) Reserve Bank of India (a) Ability to purchase (b) Necessity to buy (d) Industrial Development Bank of India (c) Desire to buy (d) Utility of the product 5. India and U. National Income is the (SSC CGL 1st Sit. A short-term government security paper is called 15. Formalised system of trading agreements with groups of 11.M. When there is an official change in the exchange rate of (a) Net National Product at market price domestic currency. 2010) (a) Share (b) Debenture (a) Alfred Marshall (b) Ragner Nurkse (c) Mutual fund (d) Treasury bill (c) Ragner Frisch (d) J. "Economics is what it ought to be" – This statement refers 8. tax rates should (a) Financial support (b) Global peace (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. 2010) (c) Traditional Knowledge (d) All of the above (a) Expenditure method (b) Product method 13.c om 1. w w w . 2010) 20. Which one of the following is not a method of estimating (a) Trade and Investment (b) Intellectual Property National Income ? (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Under which market condition do firms have excess (c) remain constant (d) fluctuate capacity? (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2010) 17. 2010) (b) Monopolistic competition (a) Agriculture sector (b) Industrial sector (c) Duopoly (c) Transport sector (d) Banking sector (d) Oligopoly 18. 2010) coined by (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. 2010) (a) Macro Economics (b) Development Economics (a) Normative economics (b) Positive economics (c) Public Economics (d) Micro Economics (c) Monetary economics (d) Fiscal economics 9. 2010) (c) Volume of trade (d) Multilateral trade (a) Central Government 14. The terms 'Micro Economics' and "Macro Economics" were (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2010) (c) Pegged up exchange rate (a) Price (b) Profit (d) Pegged down exchange rate (c) Producer's surplus (d) Consumer's surplus 10. countries is known as (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2010) Economic Outlook for 2009–10 ? (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. 2010) 3. WTO basically promotes (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Price theory is also known as (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2011) (c) Net Domestic Product at market price (a) Appreciation (b) Depreciation (d) Net Domestic Product at factor cost (c) Revaluation (d) Deflation . 2010) (a) Trading blocks (b) Trade ventures (a) Planning Commission (c) Trade partners (d) Trade organisations (b) PM's Economic Advisory Council 2.S.w ECONOMICS or dp re ss CHAPTER . then it is called: (b) Net National Product at factor cost (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2010) (c) Unilateral trade (d) Multilateral trade (a) increase (b) decrease 7. 2010) 16.y ou Economics 41 rs m 4 ah bo ob . 2010) to (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. A want becomes a demand only when it is backed by the (b) Industrial Financial Corporation of India (SSC CGL 2nd Sit.

Brain drain has been caused by: (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. Which one of the following is not a qualitative credit control (b) Social consumption measure of the RBI? (SSC CGL 2nd Sit.2016 (DTAA) with other countries for the promotion of: (c) 2012 . (a) Socialist economy (b) Capitalist economy 37. Of the following economists. 2013) (c) lack of employment opportunities (a) Macro Economics (b) Environomics (d) socio-economic instability (c) Fiscal Economics (d) International Economics . Consumption for the sake of enjoying social (a) L. 2012) 24. M.2017 (d) 2013 . 2012) ob (a) Pensioners (b) Poor (a) Demography (b) Climatology . The BSE Sensex is based on how many stocks ? re (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Which of the following is the feature of monopolistic (c) Mixed economy (d) Dual economy competition ? (SSC CGL 1st Sit. India making ‘Double Taxation Avoidance Agreements’ (a) 2010 . Keynes (d) Lionel Robbins (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. 2012) (c) Ricardo (d) Cournot . Which one of the following committee is associated with (c) Private wants (d) Merit wants banking sector reforms in India? (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. 2012) 42.w (c) Middle class (d) Rich (c) Petrology (d) Hydrology or dp 22. The concept ‘Duopoly’ was introduced by (c) Law of demand (d) Law of supply (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Externality theory is the basic theory of the following branch (b) the lure of high living standards of Economics : (SSC CGL 1st Sit. The study of population is known as. 2012) 30. 2012) (c) Conspicuous consumption (a) Fixing margin requirements (d) Demonstration consumption (b) Variable interest rates 29. 2012) (c) Chakravarty (d) Kelkar (a) Rational consumption 40. Gupta (b) Narsimhan acknowledgement is called: (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. 2012) (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. Inflation redistributes income and wealth in favour of: 32. 2012) (b) External commercial borrowings (a) Government’s annual revenue (c) Foreign direct investments (b) Sum total of factor incomes (d) Foreign institutional investment (c) Surplus of public sector enterprises 31.y ou 42 Economics rs m 21. 2011) (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Economic planning is an essential feature of (a) Sweezy (b) Malthus (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2012) (d) Exports minus imports (a) failure to recognise talent in the originating country. 2012) ss . whom do you consider to be (c) Open market operations the Master of “Partial Analysis”? (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. 2012) (d) Credit rationing (a) Leon Walras (b) Alfred Marshall 41. 2012) 27. (c) J. The funds raised by the Government within the country is Foreign Institutional Investors is called known as (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2012) 26. 2012) (c) Group of firms (d) None of the above (a) Droughts and Floods (b) Poverty Alleviation 38. The fringe benefit tax was introduced in the budget of 33.2018 (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. Which one of the following is an example for a non-economic (c) Floods (d) Disaster Management good? (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. 2011) (a) Domestic budgetary source (a) Foreign Direct Investment (b) Domestic banking source (b) Portfolio Investment (c) Domestic saving source (c) NRI Investment (d) Domestic monetary source (d) Foreign Indirect Investment 35. 2012) (c) Mother’s service (d) Banker’s service (a) Mixed wants (b) Social wants 39. 43. w w w . Monopolist resorts to price discrimination depending upon (a) SIA (b) DGTD the (SSC CGL 1st Sit. The purchase of shares and bonds of Indian companies by 34. Low cost housing is an example for: (a) Doctor’s service (b) Teacher’s service (SSC CGL 2nd Sit.2015 (b) 2011. The national income of a nation is the (a) Bilateral trade (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. ah bo (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2012) 25. The Rashtriya Barh Ayog (RBA) is related with (a) Single firm (b) Large number of firms (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Sick units are referred to (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2012) 28. C. The 13th Five Year Plan will be operative for the period.c (a) 2003-04 (b) 2004-05 (a) 80 (b) 100 om (c) 2005-06 (d) 2006-07 (c) 30 (d) 50 23. 2012) (c) FIPB (d) BIFR (a) Elasticity of supply (b) Elasticity of demand 36. 2011) (SSC CGL 2nd Sit.

2013) 45. Tick the correct option with regards to the contribution (c) International market (d) Regional market towards GDP (Gross Domestic Product) from Agriculture 49. (b) Trademark (c) sells a commodity at a lower price in the World Market (c) Trade secret and charges a higher price in the Domestic Market. (a) Patent (b) supplies more in the Domestic Market. An economic theory is a/an (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2013) ah bo (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2013) (SSC CGL 1st Sit. High powered money is (SSC CGL 1st Sit. which is restricted to Special Bank Economic Zones ? (SSC CGL 1st Sit. “Dumping” is a situation when the seller a region with specific character/quality/reputation is (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2013) 55. Which one of the following represents the Savings of the principle of (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2013) (a) First 1951–56 (b) Second 1956–61 (a) Assets. Forced Savings refer to (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2013) (c) Durin g 1990–91 (GDP 29-53%) and 2011–12 (a) Purchase of machinery (GDP 66-77%) (b) An increase in business inventories (d) Durin g 1980–81 (GDP 35-69%) and 2011–12 (c) Expansion of the main plant of a company (GDP 20-69%) (d) Purchase of a house 58. Diamonds are priced higher than water because : 53. 2013) covered/to a protected under the IPR as (a) supplies mote than the demand for products in the (SSC CGL 2nd Sit. households and government (c) Hypothesis (d) Tested hypothesis . 2013) (a) Derived demand (b) Factory demand (a) Durin g 1950–51 (GDP 51-88%) and 2011–12 (c) Market demand (d) Direct demand (GDP 14-01%) 50. liabilities and debt position (c) Third 1961–66 (d) Fourth 1966–71 (b) Public sector. Social accounting system in India is classified into (SSC CGL 1st Sit. The principle of maximum social advantage is the basic 51. (a) Local market (b) National market 57. 2013) (a) Information Technology Companies (a) interest rate is remaining sticky (b) Educational Institutions (b) interest rate is very low (c) Free trade Centres (c) interest rate is increasing (d) Marketing Centres (d) interest rate is falling 47. Of the following land uses. 2013) World Market. 2013) (b) All loans and advances of banks (a) Abba 'P' Lerner (b) Adolph Wogner (c) Money held by banks (c) Adam Smith (d) Adams (d) Currency held by public and reserves with the Central 46. ‘Gold’ is mainly related to (SSC CGL 2nd Sit.c om water (d) Taxes on individual income and wealth (d) their total utility to buyers is higher than that of water 54. 2013) (a) Micro Economics (a) Undistributed profits (b) Macro Economics (b) Excess of income over expenditure (c) Fiscal Economics (c) Dividends paid to shareholders (d) Environmental Economics (d) Total profits of a company 59. (c) Reduction of consumption consequent to a rise in re ss (c) their marginal utility to buyers is higher than that of prices . w w w . As per the TRIPS Agreement-1994. 2013) (SSC CGL 1st Sit. product and expenditure (a) Axion (b) Proposition (d) Enterprise. Which Five Year Plan is not correct among the following? 52. Hardening interest rate means (SSC CGL 1st Sit. The demand for labour is called (SSC CGL 1st Sit. (d) GI (Geographical Indicator) (d) sells a commodity at a higher price in the World Market 48.w or (b) they are sold by selected firms with monopolistic employees dp powers. "Functional Finance" is associated with : (a) Banks reserves at Central Bank (SSC CGL 1st Sit. (b) Provident fund contribution of private sector . 2013) Private Corporate Sector? (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2013) (a) Compulsory deposits imposed on income tax payers ob (a) consumers do not buy them at lower prices. 2013) (c) Income. 2011) and charges a lower price in the Domestic Market. Private sector and Joint sector 60. a good originating from 56. Which of the following is not an investment expenditure in (b) During 1950–51 (GDP 11-00%) and 2011–12 (GDP 25%) goods and services? (SSC CGL 1st Sit.y ou Economics 43 rs m 44.

K. 2014) to (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Internal economies (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2014) (b) equality between average cost and average revenue. 2015) credit by the Central Bank of a country? (a) equality between total cost and total revenue (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2013) Institution ? (SSC CGL 1st Sit. The Monetary and Credit Policy is announced by which of 81. 2013) National Income of a country? (SSC CGL 1st Sit. The law of Increasing Returns means (c) arise when there is expansion in internal trade (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Which of the following is the Regulator of the credit rating (a) public ownership of factors of production agencies in India? (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Indian Special Economic Rules amendment came in the year 73. The Community Development Programme was launched in 75. 2014) (d) arise when there is expansion in an industry (a) increasing cost (b) decreasing cost 79.) (a) Ohio school (b) Chicago school (d) None of these (c) Cambridge school (d) London school 76. 2014) Development (O. What does the letter 'e' denotes in the term 'e-banking'? re (SSC CGL 1st Sit. If the marginal return increases at a diminishing rate. the source of value is 74. 2014) (SSC CGL 1st Sit.E. w w w . Which of the following method is not used in determining ah bo (SSC CGL 1st Sit.c (a) Capital (b) Land om (a) Essential Banking (b) Economic Banking (c) Labour (d) None of the above (c) Electronic Banking (d) Expansion Banking 63. 2014) (a) Sales of Bata Shoe Company (a) Reserve market (b) Institutional market (b) Exports of Mangoes to U. Which one of the following is not a qualitative control of (SSC CGL 1st Sit. RRBs are owned by (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2015) (a) Ministry of Finance of Centre (a) The Gram Panchayats and Gram Sabhas (b) Reserve Bank of India (b) Zilla Parishads (c) State Bank of India (c) Anchal Panchayats (d) Planning Commission of India (d) Janpad Panchayats . 2014) ob (a) 2000 (b) 2002 (a) Income Method (b) Output Method . Equilibrium price in the market is determined by the 65. The Panchayat Samiti remains accountable for its functions the following? (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Prof. 2014) (c) Net National Product (a) Central Government (b) State Government (c) Sponsor Bank (d) Jointly by all of the above (d) Per Capita Income 72.C. 2014) .w or (c) 2004 (d) 2006 (c) Input Method (d) Investment Method dp 62. According to Marx. 2014) (b) rationing and price control (a) RBI (b) SBI (c) consumer's sovereignty (c) SIDBI (d) SEBI (d) active state intervention 70. 2015) (a) Reliance (b) TCS (a) Gross Domestic Product (c) HCL (d) Infosys (b) Personal Income 71. The market in whcih loans of money can be obtained is Macro Approach ? (SSC CGL 1st Sit. One of the features of a free market economy is (c) increasing production (d) increasing income (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Which among the following is not a Bretton Woods the year (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2015) (a) increases (b) decreases (a) arise in an economy as it makes progress (c) remains constant (d) becomes zero (b) accrue to a firm when it expands its output 68. 2015) (a) 1950 (b) 1952 (a) International Monetary Fund (IMF) (c) 1951 (d) 1953 (b) World Bank 64. 2014) 78. In the national context which of the following indicates 66.y ou 44 Economics rs m 61. the (d) Inflation in India total return (SSC CGL 1st Sit. (d) Regulation of margin requirements 77. (c) Money market (d) Exchange market (c) Income from Railways 67. 2015) called (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Milton Friedman was the leader of (c) Organisaiton of Economic Cooperation an d (SSC CGL 1st Sit.D. Which is the first Indian Company to be listed in NASDAQ? 80. (a) Rationing of credit (b) Regulation of consumer credit (c) equality between marginal cost and marginal revenue (c) Variation of the reserve ratio (d) equality between marginal cost and average cost. 2015) 69. Gross National Product – Depreciation Allowance = ? (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2013) ss (SSC CGL 1st Sit.

An employment situation where the marginal productivity (b) is free from the Government control of agricultural labour is zero is known as : (c) in influenced by international market forces (SSC CHSL 2012) (d) All of these (a) Seasonal unemployment 90. 2015) (c) Oligopoly (a) Depression (b) Boom (d) Monopolistic competition (c) War (d) Famines 95. Reserver Bank of India 93. 2016) (d) National Bureau for Air and Road Transport (a) Monopoly 84. CENVAT is related to which of the following ? (SSC CGL 1st Sit. The one rupee note bears the signature of : (c) NRI deposits ah bo (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Open market operation refers to : (SSC CHSL 2012) (a) Poverty (b) Employment (a) borrowing by scheduled banks to industry and trade (c) Diseases (d) Population (b) purchase and sale of government securities by the rbi 88. Malthusian theory is associated with which of the following ? (d) SEBI (SSC CGL 1st Sit. a firm does not (c) National Bank for Aeronautics and Radar Development exercise control over price? (SSC CGL 1st Sit. What is the name of portal launched by RBI recently to 85. Fiscal policy in India is formulated by? 86. Which one of the following is not an instrument of Fiscal . Which is the parameter for the economic development ? (c) deposit mobilisation (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2015) (c) Public borrowing om (a) National business for Accounting and Reviewing (d) Public expenditure (b) National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development 94.y ou Economics 45 rs m 82. NABARD stands for (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2016) or (b) Finance Minister policy? dp (c) Secretary.c 83. 2015) (a) Sahyog (b) Sahayata (a) accounting profit (b) optimum profit (c) Sampark (d) Sachet (c) net profit (d) maximum profit 96. Who is the Chief Economic Advisor to the Government of (b) Petroleum refinery India? (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2016) (c) Disguised unemployment (a) Nationalised Commercial Bank (d) Disguised unemployment (b) Reserve Bank of India 100.w (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2016) (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Ministry of Finance (a) Open Market Operations re ss (d) None of these (b) Taxation . 2016) (a) Per capita monetary income (d) borrowing by scheduled banks from the RBI (b) National income 98. In which of the following market forms. 2016) 97. Which type of foreign investment is considered as unsafe? (a) increase physical output (SSC CGL 1st Sit. w w w . The basic object of all production is to (SSC CHSL 2013) 92. Which one of the following is a raw material oriented (c) State Bank of India industry ? (SSC CHSL 2012) (d) Government of India (a) Sugar industry 91. 2016) (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Who are the price-takers under Perfect Competition ? (c) Per capita rural income (SSC CHSL 2012) (d) Population (a) industry (b) government 89. Surplus budget is recommended during : (b) Perfect competition (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2016) (c) firms (d) buyers (a) is controlled by the Government 99. 2015) (d) External commercial borrowing ob (a) Governor. Economic profit or normal profit is the same as : check illegal money collection? (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Regional Rural Banks are sponsored by (b) Cyclical unemployment (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2016) (a) Reserve Bank of India (a) Sales Tax (b) Excise Duty (b) Planning Commission (c) Custom Duty (d) Service Tax (c) Finance Ministry 87. 2016) (b) satisfy human wants (a) Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) (c) provide employment (b) Portfolio investment (d) make profits . A ‘Market Economy’ is one which (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2016) (c) Light engineering industry (a) Raghu Ram Rajan (b) Arvind Subramanian (d) Ship building (c) Rajiv Mahirishi (d) Arvind Pangariya 101.

When price of a substitute of commodity 'x' falls. Dumping is a form of price discrimination at (d) a fall in the income of the consumer . (SSC Multitasking 2014) (b) The reservation wage is the maximum amount any firm (a) Savings (b) Deposits will pay for a worker. (d) Promoting both agriculture and Industries in the (b) Deciding between expenditure on one good and the economy other. the demand (c) Marginal Revenue > Average Revenue for 'x' (SSC CHSL 2015) (d) Marginal Revenue = Marginal Cost (a) remains unchanged 105. A portion of an individual's total income is spent on (a) Most workers will work for less then their reservation consumption. Which of the following statements is correct ? (c) Intermediary (d) Consumer (SSC CHSL 2014) 119. Lender of the Last Resort is : (SSC CHSL 2015) (a) local level (b) within industry (a) IDBI (b) NABARD (c) national level (d) international level (c) SBI (d) RBI 104. 116. Which of the following are consumer semi-surable goods ? (a) Alfred Marshall (b) J. Perfectly inelastic demand is equal to : (SSC CHSL 2015) determined when (SSC CHSL 2013) (a) One (b) Zero (a) Marginal Cost > Average Cost (c) Infinite (d) Greater than one (b) Marginal Revenue > Average Cost 113. Expenditure on advertisement and public relations by an enterprise is a part of its (SSC CHSL 2013) (b) Increases at increasing rate (a) fixed capital (c) rises (b) consumption of fixed capital (d) falls (c) final consumption expenditure 114. (c) Surplus (d) Excess (c) Economic rent is the difference between the market 120.w or (c) increase in money supply (b) a rise in the income of the consumer dp (d) increase in production (c) a fall in the price of a commodity re ss 103.M. w w w . A camera in the hands of a professional photographer is a (c) Foodgrains and other food products ___________ good. A demand curve will not shift: (SSC CHSL 2015) 107. (a) Malthus (b) Joan Robinson (d) Deciding between different ways of spending leisure (c) Adam Smith (d) Schumpeter time. By whom was the autonomous investment separated from (c) Deciding between alternative methods of personal induced investment ? (SSC CHSL 2015) saving. (c) increasing revenue (d) decreasing revenue .S. (SSC Multitasking 2014) (d) Economic rent is the amount one must pay to enter a (a) increasing cost (b) decreasing cost desirable labour market.R. (SSC Multitasking 2013) (d) Electrical appliance like fans and electic irons (a) Capital (b) Free 109. Mixed Economy means : (SSC CHSL 2015) (d) intermediate consumption (a) Co-existence of public and private sectors 106. Which of the following is not an economic problem ? (b) Co-existence of rich and poor (SSC CHSL 2014) (c) Co-existence of small and large Industries (a) Deciding between paid work and leisure.c (SSC CHSL 2013) om 111. Keynes (b) Milk and milk products 118. Which of the following occurs when labour productivity (a) When only prices of substitute products change rises ? (SSC CHSL 2014) (b) When there is a change in advertisement expenditure (a) The equilibrium nominal wage falls (c) When only price of the commodity changes (b) The equilibrium quantity of labour falls (d) When only income changes. Mill (SSC CHSL 2014) (a) Cars and television sets (c) J. 115. (c) Competitive firms will be induced to use more capital 117. Phase of increasing returns is otherwise called wage and the reservation wage. Hicks (d) J. a decrease in quantity demanded bo (a) decrease in production of a commodity can be caused by (SSC CHSL 2014) ob (b) increase in money supply and decrease in production (a) a rise in the price of the commodity . Other things being equal. Inflation is caused by (SSC CHSL 2013) ah 110. The equilibrium of a firm under perfect competition will be 112. The remaining part is called wage. The time element in price analysis was introduced by (d) The labour demand curve shifts to the right (SSC CHSL 2015) 108.y ou 46 Economics rs m 102.

Ins. Ins. 2012) (d) Agriculture and allied activities (a) Bokaro (b) Jamshedpur 123. In the balance of payments account. The Social Forestry Scheme was introduced during (a) Service sector rendering services like banking.y ou Economics 47 rs m 121. Which of the following is an indirect tax ? to demand. (a) A commodity will value if it is wanted by somebody. There is no selling cost under (SSC Sub. w w w . Ins. Ins. (SSC Sub. (c) I. (SSC Sub. Monopoly refers to (SSC Multitasking 2014) 128. 2013) calculating the per capita income of a country? (a) State government only (SSC Sub. it should. Primary sector of an economy includes of joint ventures abroad om (SSC Multitasking 2014) 129. For controlling inflation. (d) shut-down and leave the industry (b) A commodity will have value only if it is scarce relative 132. Which one is not a function of money? Nationalincome (SSC Sub. (a) Capital Gains Tax (b) Excise Duty (d) The value of a commodity is entirely dependent upon (c) Wealth Tax (d) Estate Duty the substitutes. etc. (a) sell Government securities in the open market (b) the producers suffers the minimum losses (b) lower the bank rate (c) the seller earns maximum profit (c) purchase Government securities in the open market (d) the firm is at zero-profit point (d) lower the reserve ratio of the banks 137. At "Break-even point". (SSC Sub. Ins. Ins. 2012) transport. If a firm is operating at loss in the short-period in perfect combination. 2013) (SSC Sub. Ins. 2013) (b) Total population (a) Transfer of value (b) Store of value (c) Price stabilisation (d) Value measurement Totalincomeof various industries (c) 135. 2012) (a) the industry is in equilibrium in the long-run. unrequited receipts 127. 2013) (c) The value of a commodity depends upon its price. Which of the following formulae could be used for (SSC Sub. the central bank should 136.S.M. Mill (b) A. Keynes (b) increase the production and the price 124. 2013) (a) J.c 122. Which one of the following statements is correct? (c) continue to operate as long as it covers even the (SSC Sub. Ins. Ins. 2014) (a) Perfect competition (a) bilateral transfers (b) Monopolistic competition (b) unilateral transfers (c) Oligopoly (c) capital account transfers (d) Duopoly (d) invisible transfers . 2012) variable costs. "Closed Economy" means: (SSC Sub. Fisher (d) J. Ins. Ins. 2012) ob (b) absence of competition (a) Financing of export and import of goods and services . (SSC Sub. 2013) Total number of industrial wor kers (a) no provision for public sector (b) no provision for private sector TotalGovernment Revenue (d) (c) economy policy not well defined Totalpopulation (d) a country having no imports and exports 126. Ins. 133. Ins. Marshall (a) decrease the production and the price. Which one of the following iron and steel works in India is the economy not under public sector? (SSC Sub.w (b) Inspection of exported goods for quality assurance or (c) a firm charging different prices to different customers dp (d) a market situation in which there is only one buyer of a (c) Financing of joint ventures in foreign countries re ss commodity and one seller (d) Loans to Indian parties for contribution to share capital . which one of the primary importance (a) Fourth Five Year Plan (b) Eighth Five Year Plan (b) Important enterprises of the manufacturinig sector (c) Second Five Year Plan (d) Sixth Five Year Plan (c) Indsutrial sector which is of primary importance for 130. Ins. Liquidity preference theory of interest is propounded by (c) Bhilai (d) Durgapur (SSC Multitasking 2014) 131. 2012) (b) both by state and union government Total familyincome (c) by panchayats only (a) Number of family members (d) Union government only 134. 2012) and payments are also regarded as (SSC Sub. Taxes on professions can be levied by: 125. Which of the following is not a function of the Exim Bank of ah bo (a) competition among monopolists India? (SSC Sub.

. 2015) (a) reduction in the external value of currency (a) an increase in its profits (b) fall in valuation of the essentials in an economy (b) its dominance of the market (c) depreciation of the fixed assets (c) saving in its production costs (d) increase in the currency value in terms of foreign (d) a reduction in its selling expenses currency 144... “Economies” of a firm are: (SSC Sub.demand (d) the market supply of the commodity. Ins. 154. The '3 B 's' .. force (c) Currency with the public is more than the deposits (d) more people working.. 2013) (a) investment policy (a) Wealth (b) Money (b) income generating policy (c) Capital (d) Materials (c) dear money policy 150.. 2016) (b) Life Insurance Corporation of India (a) Revenue realized on the sale of an extra units. Ins. marginal cost (SSC Sub. 2013) 142. 2015) (c) Market Demand (d) Employment demand (a) the balancing of the forces of demand and supply for 151. The market equilibrium for a commodity is determined by: (a) Effective demand (b) National demand (SSC Sub. Which one of the following disburses long term loans to (a) duopoly (b) monopoly private industry in India ? (SSC Sub. 2014) (SSC Sub. Ins. 2014) the banks. (d) Any Time Money .demand (d) Price .demand (c) the market demand of the commodity. Ins. All economic goods are considered are . Ins. 2015) 149. Demand curve is indeterminate under (d) falls at a higher rate (SSC Sub. Basic problems of an economy is/are ah bo than (SSC Sub. (SSC Sub. Total demand for goods and services at various levels of (d) cheap money policy employment is called as (SSC Steno.. w w w .w or (c) oligopoly (d) monopsony (b) Elimination of poverty and reduction of inequalities of dp 139. . Ins. 2016) 140. Ins.. 2014) (b) increase in demand accompanied by a decrease in (a) All Time Money supply. re ss (a) increases at a higher rate (c) Providing basic requirements of life to all. 2015) (a) willing to work and not getting the work (a) Currency with the public is almost equal to the deposits (b) not getting work on all days with the banks...c (d) Decide as to what. 2013) (b) the intervention of the Government. (c) insufficiency of capital structure to absorb the large (b) Currency with the public is inconvertible only. 155. Price and output are determinates in market structure other 146. (SSC Steno. 2014) income and wealth.. Ins. (c) Cross ..brokers. (a) Income . ATM means (SSC Steno.demand (b) Market . 152. . If average cost falls. Ins. (c) Primary Credit Society (b) Revenue realized from the sale of all units. 2014) that the: (SSC Sub.. Marginal Revenue is (SSC Sub. than required with the banks. 2014) 143. The equilibrium price of a commodity will definitely rise of (b) Russian Revolution there is a/an: (SSC Sub. Devaluation means (SSC Steno. Ins.. Ins. (d) Land Development Banks (c) The average revenue of a firm. (b) Automatic Teller Machine (c) decrease in both demand and supply. (c) Automated Teller Machine (d) increase in both demand and supply. Relationship between price of related goods and quantity the commodity. om (b) falls at the same rate (c) increases at a lower rate 147. Regarding money supply situation in India it can be said 153. 2016) ob (a) monopoly (b) perfect competition (a) Providing Social Security and employment to all. 2015) (c) French Revolution (a) increase in supply combined with a decrease in (d) First world war demand. how and for whom to produce. 2014) (c) pure competition (d) oligopoly (a) Food Corporation of India 148. A low interest policy is also known as : (d) Revenue realized on every unit sold. of a particular commodity is called as (SSC Steno.y ou 48 Economics rs m economics. (a) The Great Depression 145. bankers and businessmen were (d) Currency with the public is less than the deposits with responsible for (SSC Steno. 141. Disguised unemployment means (SSC Steno..

2016) (c) duopoly (d) oligopoly (a) WTO . Who fixes the REPO rate in India ? (SSC Steno. 2014) (c) Foreign exchange assets of RBI (a) Petrol and Bus (d) Foreign exchange assets of government (b) Ink and Fountain pen 162. Which one of the following is an example of joint supply? (b) SDR holdings of government (SSC Steno.y ou Economics 49 rs m 156. An indirect instrument of monetary policy is ah bo (SSC Steno. 2016) (d) Wool and Cotton (a) monopsony (b) duopsony 159. 2014) 161.World Trade Organization 163. Lee (d) S.A. One of the following is NOT a component of foreign om (a) net indirect taxes (b) Direct taxes exchange reserves in India (SSC Steno.Securities and Exchange Board of India (SSC Steno.w or (b) Perfect and Oligopoly (b) Statutory liquidity ratio dp (c) Oligopoly and Monopoly (c) Bank rate re ss (d) Monopoly and Monopolistic (d) Cash reserve ratio . 2016) ob (a) Perfect and Monopolistic (a) Open market operations . 2016) (c) interest on public debt (d) Depreciation (a) Gold stock of RBI 158.Reserve Bank of India (a) Revenstein (b) Davis (d) IMF . Stouffer . 'Investing opportunities model' was proposed by (b) SEBI .c 157. 2014) (SSC Steno. GNP differs from NNP due to (SSC Steno. 2016) (c) RBI .International Monetary Fund (c) E.S. w w w . Which market forms allow free entry and exit of firms? 160. The market system in which there are only two buyers facing (c) Sugar and Coffee a large number of sellers is called (SSC Steno.

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and one has "broken even.c level. (d) reaching the break-even point is the first major step 158. (b) Marginal cost and average cost curves are related. (c) towards profitability. If 134. Price stabilization is a function of monetary agriculture and increase the agricultural production. the accounts that show the amount of money or dp or income. but not on property country.w on expenditure and consumption. 153. determinants of market structure. (d) . (b) 146. 163. marginal cost falls at the same rate. re 133. (d) 145. not all the states impose this tax. (c) 160. of value. working individuals. (d) 159. 136. (b) In the balance of payment accounts. (d) 150. 139. (a) 157. (b) 154. (a) or gain. merchants and of an individual firm under a purely competitive people carrying out various occupations comes under industry is perfectly elastic. the professional tax is imposed at the state 138. and (iv) Store of the LDB is to promote the development of land. (c) 162.The main objective value. In the balance-of-payments statement of a . (a) 161. (a) 149. This is the increase or the purview of this tax. (d) Cheap Money policy is a monetary policy through is self-sufficient. These are taxes levied by the state transfers. (d) 144. (b) Some examples of indirect taxes include value added 137. meaning that no imports are brought which a bank sets low interest rates so that credit is in and no exports are sent out. in the market is equal to the demand in the market. (c) 151. The LDB provides long-term finance to members 135. w w w . output and perfect competition are the ss . policy. (d) The break-even point (BEP) is the point at which cost 143. (d) Closed economy is an economy in which no activity is directly through its branches conducted with outside economies. sent or received as gifts. However. The goal is to provide easily achievable. excise duty. The demand curve om Business owners. consumers with everything that they need from within 142. (a) 155. (a) Market equilibrium is a market state where the supply the economy's borders. particular Municipal Corporations. (b) Pr ice. (iii) Standard of deferred payments.y ou 54 Economics rs m 132. (d) 147. economists have defined four types of average costs falls. Professional tax is levied by decrease of the output of a single seller has no effect on the total supply and market place. functions of money which are as follows: (i) Medium 140. sales tax. unrequited ah bo tax. (c) 152. (a) In India. (d) or expenses and revenue are equal: there is no net loss 148. A closed economy 141. stamp duty and custom duty payments or receipts (gifts) are regarded s unilateral ob levied on imports. (c) 156." For businesses. (d) Land development bank (LDB) disburses long term of exchange (transfer of value) (ii) Measurement of loans to private industry in India. (c) Generally.

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2016) (a) 8 months (b ) 12 months (a) proteins (b) lipids (c) 4 months (d) 6 months (c) DNA (d) RNA 306. Which of the following is the strongest coagulant ? (a) yellow fiber (b) axon (SSC CHSL 2012) (c) nephron (d) neuron (a) Zinc Chloride (b) Aluminium Chloride 316. Two vectors are said to be equal if 304. The nutritive tissue in the seeds of higher plants is known (c) Barium Chloride (d) Magnesium Sulphate as (SSC CHSL 2013) 302. Which enzyme is obtained from Red gram ? ah (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Which one among the following is a solid lubricant ? (c) Bacteria (d) Lichens (SSC CHSL 2012) 294. The property which is seen in light wave but not in sound (a) nucellus (b) hypocotyl wave is : (SSC CHSL 2012) (c) embryo (d) endosperm (a) Diffraction (b) Refraction 317. Chiropterophily means: (SSC CHSL 2012) 293.y ou General Science 67 rs m 291. Activated sludge treatment is called: (SSC CHSL 2012) (b) Anaerobic Respiration (a) Preliminary treatment (b) Biological treatment (c) Exothermic Reaction (c) Pre treatment (d) Chemical treatment (d) Transpiration 311. re (d) magnitudes are same but directions are opposite Three-fourth of the substance will decay in: ss 292. The filtration unit of kidney is (SSC CHSL 2013) 301. The solid A is: (SSC CHSL 2012) (a) plants (b) animals (a) Zinc Carbonate (b) Lead Sulphate (c) bacteria (d) fungi (c) Lead Carbonate (d) Zinc Sulphate 315. (a) Ozone (b) Carbon monoxide (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 299. Grave's disease is caused due to: (SSC CHSL 2012) (d) it is visible even to longsighted people. Iron and manganese are removed in water by the process (c) invertase (d) vitamin C of : (SSC CHSL 2012) 318. Suspended colloidal particles in the water can be removed (a) eye is more sensitive to red light. 2016) (a) Germanium (b) Sulphur (a) Pesticides (b) soil erosion (c) Graphite (d) Indium (c) excess irrigation (d) crop rotation 308. Which part of the plant is used as 'saffron'? (a) deliquescent (b) oxidant (SSC CHSL 2012) (c) reductant (d) efflorescent (a) Petals (b) Stamens 312.c om viruses is (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2016) (c) Nerve cell (d) Muscle cell (a) Trypsin (b) Pepsin 309. A white solid ‘A’ on heating gives off a gas which turns lime (d) The anti-particle of neutron water milky. Yeast is an important source of (SSC CHSL 2013) (c) Polarization (d) Interference (a) protein (b) vitamin B 303. by the process of : (SSC CHSL 2012) (b) it is least scattered and hence can be easily noticed (a) Filtration (b) Adsorption from long distance. Red light is used in traffic signal for stopping the traffic (c) Style and Stigma (d) Sepals because: (SSC CHSL 2012) 298. (c) Absorption (d) Coagulation (c) it is very pleasant to the eye. (a) hyperactivity of thyroid 313. The residue is yellow when hot but turns white 314. 2016) bo (SSC CHSL 2012) ob (a) only their magnitudes are same (a) Zymase (b) Maltase . Which is used as an Air pollution indicator? (a) production of flowers (b) pollination by wind (SSC CGL 1st Sit. Enzymes are (SSC CHSL 2013) (a) Chlorination (b) Filtration (a) Lipids (b) Steroids (c) Lime-soda treatment (d) Aeration (c) Carbohydrates (d) Proteins . The acid rain destroys the vegetation because it contains: (c) Salivary amylase (d) Pancreatic canal (SSC CHSL 2012) 296. w w w . Caustic soda is : (SSC CHSL 2012) 297. Longest cell in human body is: (SSC CHSL 2012) 295. A cellulosic wall is found in the cells of (SSC CHSL 2013) on cooling. The chemical component that is invariably found in all (SSC CHSL 2012) . Which enzyme digests proteins in the stomach? (a) Blood cell (b) Bone cell (SSC CGL 1st Sit. What is a neuron ? (SSC CHSL 2013) (b) hypoactivity of thymus (a) Basic unit of nervous system (c) hypoactivity of thyroid (b) Basic unit of energy (d) hyperactivity of thymus (c) Particle released during radioactivity 300. A radioactive substance has a half-life of four months. Fermentation is a type of _____ _______ process.w (b) only their directions are same (c) Diastase (d) Urease or dp (c) both magnitude and direction are same 305. Salination of soil is caused by (SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2016) (c) pollination by bat (d) production of leaves (a) Algae (b) Fungi 307. 2016) (c) Sulphuric acid (d) Nitrates (a) Aerobic Respiration 310.

Heating of a ore below its melting point in the absence of air 329. Which of the following metals has least melting point ? (a) Longitudinal waves (SSC CHSL 2014) (b) de Broglie waves (a) Gold (b) Silver (c) Electromagnetic waves (c) Mercury (d) Copper (d) Transverse waves 337. b-4. c-3. An object covers distance which is directly proportional to the diseases caused by them given in List II : the square of the time. d-1 (b) a-1.c (a) Oxygen (b) Fluorine om (c) Sodium (d) Chlorine 331. Number of mitochondria in bacterial cell is 321. covalent and (SSC CHSL 2014) co-ordinate bonds. The depletion of Ozone layer is mainly due to (a) refraction and dispersion (b) scattering and refraction (SSC CHSL 2013) (c) diffraction and refraction (a) Chlorofluorocarbons (d) refraction and reflection (b) Volcanic eruptions 333. The gas produced in marshy places due to decomposition 325. Golden view of sea shell is due to (SSC CHSL 2014) (c) Aviation fuels (a) Diffraction (b) Dispersion (d) Radioactive rays (c) Polarization (d) Reflection 323. Ringworm æ1ö -1 æ 1 ö (a) a-4. Tuberculosis height. w w w . Mark the compound which possesses ionic. Kala-azar 335. b-2. Match correctly the infectious agents given in List I with 334. d-3 (c) sin -1 ç ÷ (d) tan ç ÷ (c) a-2. the angle of projection is (SSC CHSL 2014) c. Fungus 2.w (c) Calcination (d) Roasting (c) Gully control (d) Basin listing or dp 320. what can "be thought of as the 327. When the milk is churned vigorously the cream from it is of vegetation is (SSC CHSL 2014) separated out due to (SSC CHSL 2013) (a) Carbon monoxide (b) Carbon dioxide (a) Centrifugal force (b) Centripetal force (c) Sulphur dioxide (d) Methane 338. The most electronegative element among the following is 330.y ou 68 General Science rs m 319. b-2. d-4 è4ø è 4ø 324. Glucose is a type of (SSC CHSL 2014) re (SSC CHSL 2013) (a) Pentose sugar (b) Hexose sugar ss (c) Tetrose sugar (d) Diose sugar . b-1. Rainbow is formed due to (SSC CHSL 2014) 322. Which of the following is not caused by atmospheric genetic library that keep life going on Earth" ? refraction of light ? (SSC CHSL 2013) (SSC CHSL 2014) (a) Sun becoming visible two or three minutes before actual (a) A bio-engineering lab sunrise (b) Human genes (b) Sun appearing red at sunset (c) The human genome project (c) Twinkling of stars at night (d) Biodiversity (d) Sun appearing higher in the sky than it actually is 341. According to your text. Its acceleration is (SSC CHSL 2014) (SSC CHSL 2013) (a) increasing (b) decreasing List I List II (c) zero (d) constant a. Which of the following is a Biological method of soil ah bo is known as (SSC CHSL 2013) conservation ? (SSC CHSL 2014) ob (a) Smelting (b) Refining (a) Contour farming (b) Contour terracing . c-2. c-1. Virus 4. If the horizontal range of a projectile is four times its maximum b. From which part of Opium Plant we get morphine ? due to (SSC CHSL 2014) (SSC CHSL 2014) (a) low tenperature (a) Leaves (b) Stem (b) low atmospheric pressure (c) high temperature (c) Bark (d) Fruit coat (d) high atmospheric pressure . c-4. In cactue. The boiling point of water decreases at higher altiudes is 328. The smallest known prokaryotic organism is (a) have high specific heat (SSC CHSL 2014) (b) have large coefficient of expansion (a) Microcystis (b) Mycoplasma (c) are lighter (c) Bacteria (d) Chlorella (d) have low specific heat 340. Matter waves are (SSC CHSL 2013) 336. d-3 (d) a-3. (SSC CHSL 2013) (a) one (b) two (a) H2O (b) NH4C1 (c) many (d) zero (c) SO3 (d) S02 332. Bacterium 1. the spines are the modified (SSC CHSL 2014) (c) Gravitational force (d) Frictional force (a) stem (b) sripules 326. Protozoan 3 Influenza (a) 30° (b) 45° d. Gas thermometers are more sensitive than the liquid (c) leaves (d) buds thermometers because the gases (SSC CHSL 2013) 339.

The chemical name of "Hypo"commonly used in 354. Minamata disease is caused by pollution of water by : 351. Which of the following is a form of sexual reproduction : (c) Volume (d) Weight 357. Natural system of classification was proposed by ____ 350. Transpiration increases in : (SSC CHSL 2015) (SSC CHSL 2015) (a) Hot. Yellow complexion. Among the following districts of Tamil Nadu. Medium stature. Distant objects are visible as a little out of focus in this 367. Soldering of two metals is possible because of the property re of : (SSC CHSL 2015) (a) Increasing the concentration of a reactant ss (a) Osmosis (b) Viscosity (b) Adding a catalyst . An electrochemcial cell which is used as a source of direct 359. w w w . dry and still condition 346. damp and windy condition (a) Fission (b) Fragmentation (b) Cool. In a reaction of the type A + B ® C + D one could ensure it or to be a first order reaction by : (SSC CHSL 2015) dp 343. Amino acids are required for the synthesis of : (SSC CHSL 2015) (SSC CHSL 2015) (a) 44A + XO (b) 44A + XXY (a) Lipids (b) Proteins (c) 44A + XXX (d) 44A + XYY (c) Carbohydrates (d) Alkaloids 353.w (c) Sodium nitrate (d) Silver iodide 355.y ou General Science 69 rs m 342. such a (SSC CHSL 2015) vascular bundle is called : (SSC CHSL 2015) (a) x–ray (b) Ultraviolet (a) bicollateral (b) concentric (c) Visible (d) Infrared (c) radial (d) collateral 347. damp and windy condition (c) Budding (d) Harmaphroditism (c) Cool. Stalactites & Stalagmites form due to the precipitation of : (d) Increasing the concentration of a product (SSC CHSL 2015) 356. The amount of matter in a ball of steel is its : (a) CaCl2 (b) MgCO3 (SSC CHSL 2015) (c) MgCl2 (d) CaCO3 (a) Mass (b) Density 345. Maximum oxygen is available from : (SSC CHSL 2015) ah bo photography is (SSC CHSL 2014) (a) Green forests (b) Deserts ob (a) Sodium thiosulphate (b) Silver nitrate (c) Grass lands (d) Phytoplanktons .c om (c) Surface tension (d) Cohesion (c) Increasing the temperature 344. Which of the following phenomenon helps to conclude that (SSC CHSL 2015) light is a transverse wave ? (SSC CHSL 2015) (a) x (b) 2x (a) diffraction (b) polarisation (c) refraction (d) interference x x (c) (d) 362. In which region of electromagnetic spectrum does the Lyman (d) Hot. Chromosome designation of Turner syndrome is : 366. Plank's constant has the dimensions of : electrical current at constant voltage under standard (SSC CHSL 2015) conditions is called a : (SSC CHSL 2015) (a) linear momentum (b) angular momentum (a) Power transistor (c) force (d) energy (b) Battery 360. The most abundant element by number in the living system (c) Generator is : (SSC CHSL 2015) (d) Uninterrupted power supply (UPS) (a) Hydrogen (b) Oxygen 348. A light wave is incident over a plane surface with velocity (c) Carbon (d) Nitrogen X. After reflection the velocity becomes : 361. dry and windy condition series of hydrogen atom lie ? 358. The area reserved for the welfare of wild life is called (SSC CHSL 2015) (SSC CHSL 2015) (a) Tiruchirapalli (b) Negapattinam (a) Sanctuary (b) Botanical garden (c) Ramanathapuram (d) Coimbatore (c) Forest (d) National pak 363. (SSC CHSL 2015) (SSC CHSL 2015) (a) German (b) Swedish (a) ammonia (b) hydrogen (c) British (d) Indian (c) sulphur dioxide (d) carbon dioxide 364. The "King of Metals" is : (SSC CHSL 2015) (a) Silver (b) Iron (c) Mengoloid (d) Cancosoid (c) Aluminium (d) Gold 352. The gas dissolved in water that makes it basic is ? botanists. Oblique eye with an (SSC CHSL 2015) epicanthic fold is the characteristic feature of : (a) tin (b) methyl isocyanate (SSC CHSL 2015) (c) mercury (d) lead (a) Australoids (b) Negroid 365. If xylem and phloem are arranged in the same radius. The most suitable unit for expressing nuclear radius is: condition : (SSC CHSL 2015) (SSC CHSL 2015) (a) hypermetropia (b) presbiopia (a) fermi (b) angstrom (c) astigmatism (d) myopia (c) micron (d) nanometre . which district 4 2 is unfit for cultivation due to increased salinity : 349.

What does ‘Ozone Layer’ absorb? (b) time of heat flow (SSC Multitasking 2013) (c) initial length (a) g-rays (b) Infrared rays (d) material (c) Ultraviolet rays (d) X-rays 391. we convert (SSC Multitasking 2014) (SSC Multitasking 2013) (a) g. Water vapour 374. Carbon dioxide 2. In organic compounds. The earth is a (SSC Multitasking 2013) (a) Carbon dioxide (b) Oxygen (a) bad absorber and bad radiator of heat (c) Carbon monoxide (b) Nitrogen (b) good reflector of heat 372. Which one out of the following helps in burning (c) a-rays (b) g-rays (SSC Multitasking 2013) 384. 2 and 4 (b) 1. The linear expansion of a solid rod is independent of its (a) Potential energy (b) Kinetic energy (SSC Multitasking 2014) (c) Mass (d) Acceleration (a) increase in temperature 379. (c) non-luminous zone (d) luminous zone (SSC CHSL 2015) 383. there is increase in its (c) 0°C (d) 1°C (SSC Multitasking 2013) 390. (SSC Multitasking 2013) (a) 1. w w w . Christmas factor is involved in : (SSC CHSL 2015) 382. 3 and 4 (c) 1 and 4 (d) 1 and 3 (a) Steroid-hormones 387. Which of the following is present in Chlorophyll molecule? (d) an alloy of Lead and Iron (SSC Multitasking 2013) 389.w (c) Adiabatic process (d) Isothermal process (c) Plano-Convex (d) Plane or dp 369. Which of the following radiations has the least wavelength? (a) Dev Anand (b) Shashi Tharoor (SSC Multitasking 2013) (c) Bill Clinton (d) Kapil Dev (a) b-rays (b) X-rays 371. Hydrogen bomb is based on the principle of (b) Inorganic compounds (SSC Multitasking 2014) (c) Herbicides (a) Double decomposition (d) Antibiotics (b) Artificial radioactivity 375. Who is the father of biology? (SSC Multitasking 2014) (c) Kinetic energy into Electrical energy (a) Lamarck (b) Robert Hooke (d) Kinetic energy into Potential energy (c) Aristotle (d) Pasteur .rays (b) X-rays (a) Electrical energy into Kinetic energy (c) a-rays (d) b-rays (b) Electrical energy into Potential energy 392. Nitrous oxide 4. Which of the following atmospheric gases constitute (SSC Multitasking 2013) greenhouse gases? (SSC Multitasking 2013) (a) DNA (b) Nucleus 1. At what temperature is the density of water the maximum? (a) K (b) Mn (SSC Multitasking 2014) (c) Mn (d) Fe (a) 2°C (b) 4°C 378. The hottest part of the gas flame is known as re (a) Excretion (b) Digestion (SSC Multitasking 2013) ss (c) Respiration (d) Blood Coagulation (a) dark zone (b) blue zone . In a water lifting electric pump. Cathode rays when obstructed by metal cause emission of 380. Which of the following micro-organisms is used in milk (SSC Multitasking 2014) curdling? (SSC Multitasking 2013) (a) an alloy of Nickel and Lead (a) Lactobacillus (b) Acctobacter (b) an alloy of Tin and Lead (c) Leuconostoc (d) Bacillus (c) an alloy of Tin and Nickel 377. Blowing Air with open pipe is an example of : 381.c om 370. When a body falls from an aeroplane. Who is the author of the book “Romancing with Life ”. Nematocysts are present in (SSC Multitasking 2013) (c) Nuclear fission (a) Sea anemone (b) Starfish (d) Nuclear fusion (c) Ascaris (d) Centipede 388. BCG vaccination is given at the age of (b) Carius method (SSC Multitasking 2013) (c) Victor-Meyer’s method (a) Within 15 days (b) 2 – 3 years (d) Liebig’s method (c) 10 years (d) Newborn 373. The commonly used safety fuse-wire is made of 376. The type of mirror used in automobiles to see the traffic on ah bo (SSC CHSL 2015) the rear side is (SSC Multitasking 2013) ob (a) Isochoric Process (b) Isobaric process (a) Convex (b) Concave . nitrogen is estimated by (c) non-absorber of heat (SSC Multitasking 2013) (d) good absorber and good radiator of heat (a) Dumas’ method 385.y ou 70 General Science rs m 368. Nitrogen (c) r-RNA (d) m-RNA 3. Contraceptive pills in the market contain Select the correct answer using the codes given below. Master copy of genetic information is 386.

2012) dp 394. When a person cries. Ins. The pH of pure water is (SSC Multitasking 2014) (d) vapour pressure is less than the surrounding pressure (a) Seven (b) Foruteen 417. The substance that causes the worst air pollution is 402. 2012) (c) Drying agent (d) Dehydrating agent (a) The components of a mixture cannot be separated 407. 2012) (SSC Multitasking 2014) (a) Smoke (b) Sulphur dioxide (a) Protein (b) Chlorophyll (c) Carbon dioxide (d) Carbon monoxide (c) Cellulose (d) Starch 416. Ins. 2012) (a) Fermi (b) Rutherford (a) crops palnted to attract certain insect pests to be (c) Chadwick (d) Bohr destroyed 399. The pigment that protects plants form UV damage is (a) Butane (b) Carbon monoxide (SSC Sub. The smallest unit of classification is 408. The green colour of plant leaves is due to (SSC Sub. The bubbles in Champagne and Soda are (b) crops planted to attract certain useful insects to be (SSC Multitasking 2014) used for biological control of pests (a) Nitrogen (b) Oxygen (c) crops to be cut and fed green to the cattle (c) Carbon dioxide (d) Hydrogen (d) substitute crops planted after the regular crop has failed. Catch crops are (SSC Sub. "Carbon Credit" is a term associated with the (c) Phycocyanin (d) Carotenoids (SSC Multitasking 2014) 414. 2012) (c) Fruit (d) Seed (a) to protect the young root from damage by coarse soild 397. Gobar gas contains mainly (SSC Multitasking 2014) 413. there is a watery discharge from the (SSC Multitasking 2014) nose due to activation of (SSC Sub. Ins. Anticoagulants are not present in ah bo (SSC Multitasking 2014) (SSC Sub. 2012) 403. Ins. Ins. 2012) components (a) Hormones (b) Vitamins (c) Mixtures are homogeneous (c) Chlorophyll (d) Carotenoids (d) In a mixture the components are present in a fixed ratio . The process of separation of pure water from impurities is (a) The reaction is slow called (SSC Multitasking 2014) (b) The reaction is fast (a) Fractional crystallisation (b) Decantation (c) Compounds are usually liquids and gases (c) Distillation (d) Sublimation (d) Boiling points and melting points are low 406. The deficiency of vitamin A causes 410. 2012) (b) Offshore banking (a) Kerosene (b) Ethanol (c) Protection of environment (c) Diesel (d) Methane (d) Deforestation in India 415. H2SO4 cannot be used as (SSC Multitasking 2014) 418. Ins. The fundamental role of root hairs in plants is (a) Dried flower bud (b) Flower (SSC Sub. A bioenergy source obtained by fermentation to supplement (a) Global deforestation fossil fuel petrol is (SSC Sub. 2012) (a) Scurvy (b) Night blindness (a) Salivary gland (b) Lachrymal gland (c) Beri-Beri (d) Dermatitis (c) Thyroid gland (d) Endocrine gland 396. The red colour of ripe tomatoes is due to the presence of (b) The properties of a mixture are the same as those of its (SSC Sub. Ins. A liquid is said to boil when its (SSC Sub. 2012) (c) Methane (d) Carbon dioxide (a) Chlorophyll (b) Xanthophyll 401. Temperature is measured by the instrument called (a) vapour pressure equals the surrounding pressure (SSC Multitasking 2014) (b) vapour pressure vanishes to zero (a) Voltmeter (b) Calorimeter (c) vapour pressure is greater than the surrounding (c) Thermometer (d) Ammeter pressure 404. Ins. On heating. Vegetation is effective in absorbing (SSC Sub. Gypsum loses certain percentage of its water particles content and becomes (SSC Multitasking 2014) (b) to protect the root from soil microbes (a) Chalk (b) Calcium sulphate (c) to absorb water and mineral salts from the soil (c) Plaster of Paris (d) a pearl (d) to bind soil particles to the root for firm fixation of the 398.c om 395. Choose the correct statement (a) Disinfectant (b) Food preservative (SSC Sub.y ou General Science 71 rs m 393. Ins. Ins. Arenchyma is present in (SSC Multitasking 2014) re (a) Banana stem (b) Palm stem (a) Pollutant gases (b) Polluted water ss (c) Aquatic plants (d) Xerophytic plants (c) High frequency sound (d) Pollutant metals .w (c) Family (d) Order (c) Leech (d) Wasp or 409. Ins. 2012) ob (a) Species (b) Genus (a) Mosquito (b) Bed bug . w w w . 400. 2012) 405. Clove is a (SSC Multitasking 2014) 411. The name of the scientist who discovered neutron is plant (SSC Multitasking 2014) 412. Ins. Which is not correct regarding covalent compounds? (c) Zero (d) One (SSC Sub.

2013) (a) A fungi (b) A virus (a) Diffraction (b) Polarization (c) A worm (d) A bacteria (c) Photoelectric effect (d) Interference 440. The pancreas secretes (SSC Sub. Ins. Sulphur dioxide bleaches colouring matter by : (a) photonastic movements (SSC Sub. Ins.c om (c) thin films are used (d) filters are used (c) Absorption (d) Transpiration 421. Spontaneous change is one in there is: (SSC Sub. X-rays (c) iron. 2013) (SSC Sub. 2013) (c) Increase in free energy (a) It converts the waste into solid. Ins. Ins. Sandstone is metamorphosed to : (SSC Sub. liquid and gas of which (d) An increase in Internal energy the resultant liquid and gas can be used to produce 437. infrared. 2013) (b) iron. visible. Haptens are: (SSC Sub. Ins. 2013) energy.y ou 72 General Science rs m 419. visible. Ins. Instrument used to study the behaviour of a vibrating string (c) The process occurs under high pressure at temperature is : (SSC Sub. infrared. visible. X-rays 423. The rapidly growing mass of phytoplankton covering the (a) uranium free of all impurities surface water of a lake or pond is known as: (b) uranium treated with radiation (SSC Sub. Which of the following elements is not radio-active? ah bo (SSC Sub. Ins. Ins. The heaviest naturally occurring element is: (SSC Sub. 2013) called (SSC Sub. re (SSC Sub. Ins. 2013) (SSC Sub. Ins. Ins. 2013) (b) nyctinastic movements (a) Reduction (b) Dehydration (c) seismonastic movements (c) Decomposition (d) Oxidation (d) chemonastic movements . infrared. microwave (d) iron. Which one of the following statements about PYROLYSIS.w (c) Styrene (d) Acetylene (c) Zirconium (d) Uranium or 431. The substances which have infinite electrical resistance are 432.rays. 2013) ob (a) Propene (b) Vinyl chloride (a) Radium (b) Plutonium . 2012) 434. microwave. Wings of birds are: (SSC Sub. Ins. Indicate the correct arrangement for electromagnetic 422. 2012) (a) Alkaline soils (b) Saline soils (a) insulators (b) condensers (c) Podsols (d) Acidic soils (c) conductors (d) resistors 433. Ins. (a) iron. (a) A lowering of entropy which is a process for solid waste treatment is incorrect? (b) A lowering of free energy (SSC Sub. 2013) 425. To eliminate the glare of headlights in motor cars. Stainless steel is an alloy of (SSC Sub. cooling is produced by 435. Ins. (a) Shale (b) Slate (b) The process occurs at a temperature above 430°C at (c) Quartzite (d) Marble atmospheric pressure. 2013) (a) Kangaroo (b) Porcupine (a) Mercury (b) Polonium (c) Whale (d) Bear (c) Thorium (d) Uranium 441. Enriched uranium used in a nuclear reactor is (d) X . Ins. chromium and nickel (SSC Sub. carbon and zinc (b) X -rays. Ins. 2014) 428. Wilting of plants occurs due to excessive : dp 420. Gypsum is used for improvement of: (SSC Sub. (a) Barometer (b) Hydrometer (d) It is a thermochemical decomposition of organic waste (c) Hygrometer (d) Sonometer 426. chromium and carbon (a) Microwave. When we touch leaves of "Touch me not plant". 2012) (a) Modified hind limbs (a) the ice which deposits in the freezer (b) New structure (b) the sudden expansion of a compressed gas (c) Integumentary outgrowth (c) the evaporation of a volatile liquid (d) Modified fore limbs (d) None of these 436. infrared. microwave. 2013) ss (a) polaroids are used (b) glass prisms are used (a) Respiration (b) Guttation . Which of the following supports particle nature of photons? 439. Ins. zinc and manganese (c) Visible. 438. (SSC Sub. 2013) above 430°C. Ins. The casual organism of Polio is : (SSC Sub. 2013) (c) uranium alloyed with aluminium (a) Eutrophication (b) Water bloom (d) uranium with a high percentage of a particular isotope (c) Water pollution (d) Water hyacinth 424. 2014) 429. Ins. Ins. 2012) (SSC Sub. 2013) (a) Insulin (b) Bile juice (a) Pseudoantigens (b) Incomplete antigens (c) Peptic juice (d) None of these 442. PVC is obtained by the polymerisation of 430. 2013) (SSC Sub. Ins. In a refrigerator. w w w . Panda belongs to the same family as that 427. Ins. Ins. they close. Ins. 2012) radiation in order of their increasing wavelength. 2012) (SSC Sub. (c) Antibodies (d) Isoantigens these movements are called (SSC Sub.

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443. The concept of tissue culture was introduced by 455. The process of imbibition involves (SSC Sub. Ins. 2014)

(SSC Sub. Ins. 2014) (a) Diffusion (b) Capillary action

(a) Halfmeister (b) Hanstein (c) Absorption (d) Both (A) & (B)

(c) Haberlandt (d) Hanning 456. A cell increases in volume when it is placed in

444. Beak is formed by (SSC Sub. Ins. 2014) (SSC Sub. Ins. 2014)

(a) cheeks (b) jaws (a) Hypertonic solution (b) Hypotonic solution

(c) teeth (d) none

(c) Isotonic solution (d) None of these

445. Pinna (external ear) is present in (SSC Sub. Ins. 2014) 457. A reversible and an irreversible engine are working between
(a) Amphibian (b) Fish the same limits of temperature. The efficiency of.
(c) Mammal (d) Reptile (SSC Sub. Ins. 2015)
446. Purity of a metal can be determined with the help of (a) The reversible engine is greater than the irreversible
(a) Pascal's law (SSC Sub. Ins. 2014) engine.
(b) Boyle's law (b) Each engine is 100%.
(c) Archimedes principle (c) The two engines are equal
(d) Conservation of mass principle (d) The irreversible engine is greater than the reversible
447. If both the mass and the velocity of a body is increased to engine.
twice of their magnitude, the kinetic energy will increase by 458. Which of the following is used in the treatment of cancer?
(SSC Sub. Ins. 2014)
(SSC Sub. Ins. 2015)
(a) 2 times (b) 4 times
(a) Electrotherapy (b) Psychotherapy
(c) 8 times (d) 16 times
(c) Chemotherapy (d) Physiotherapy
448. Two bodies kept at a certain distance feel a gravitational
459. The most abundant element is : (SSC Sub. Ins. 2015)
force F to each other. If the distance between them is made
(a) Silicon (b) Calcium
double the former distance, the force will be
(c) Nitrogen (d) Oxygen
(SSC Sub. Ins. 2014)
460. An electron microscope gives higher magnifications than
(a) 2F (b) F an optical microscope because : (SSC Sub. Ins. 2015)
(a) The electrons have more energy than the light
1 particles.
(c) 4F (d) F
4 (b) The electron microscope uses more powerful lenses.
449. Stationary wave is formed by (SSC Sub. Ins. 2014) (c) The wavelength of electrons is smaller as compared
(a) a transverse wave superposing a longitudinal wave to the wavelength of visible light.
(b) two waves of the same speed superposing (d) The velocity of electrons is smaller than that of light.
(c) two waves of same frequency travelling in the same 461. What does the word ‘amphibian’ mean ?
direction (SSC Sub. Ins. 2015)
(d) two waves of same frequency travelling in the (a) Two lives (b) Four lives
opposite direction (c) Three lives (d) One life
450. In an oxygen molecule, two atoms are united by 462. Nitrogen in water is commonly found in the form of:
(SSC Sub. Ins. 2014) (SSC Sub. Ins. 2015)
(a) the bond (b) two bonds (a) Nitric oxide (b) Nitrous oxide
(c) three bonds (d) four bonds (c) Nitrate (d) Nitrite
451. The inert gas which is substituted for nitrogen in the air 463. Immunization technique was developed by:
used by deep sea divers for breathing is (SSC Sub. Ins. 2015)
(SSC Sub. Ins. 2014) (a) Louis Pasteur (b) Robert Koch
(a) Neon (b) Krypton (c) Joseph Lister (d) Edward jenner
(c) Argon (d) Helium 464. The hydrophilic nature of DNA is due to the presence of.
452. How many neutrons are there in 92U238 atom ? (SSC Sub. Ins. 2015)
(SSC Sub. Ins. 2014) (a) a number of hydrogen bonds
(b) phosphate group
(a) 92 (b) 238
(c) deoxyribose sugar
(c) 146 (d) 330
(d) thymine base
453. Root pressure is measured by (SSC Sub. Ins. 2014)
465. The sense of balance is achieved by:
(a) Barometer (b) Atmometer
(SSC Sub. Ins. 2015)
(c) Manometer (d) Auxanometer
(a) Cerebellum equilibrium
454. Cell becomes turgid because of (SSC Sub. Ins. 2014)
(b) Thalamus equilibrium
(a) Plasmolysis (b) Exosmosis
(c) Cerebrum equilibrium
(c) Endosmosis (d) Diffusion
(d) Spinal cord equilibrium

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466. Aluminium salt commonly used to stop bleeding is: 475. Antigen presenting cells are specialized cells present in all

(SSC Sub. Ins. 2015) of the following, except (SSC Sub. Ins. 2016)

(a) Aluminium chloride (b) Aluminium nitrate (a) Skin (b) Lymph node

(c) Aluminium sulphate (d) Potash alum (c) Kidney (d) Spleen

467. Total internal reflection cannot take place when light goes 476. Which of the following determines whether a group of

from: (SSC Sub. Ins. 2015) organisms that is from the same genus and species arise

(a) water to glass (b) water to air

from a common source or from different sources?

(c) glass to air (d) glass to water (SSC Sub. Ins. 2016)
468. Interferons are synthesized in response to: (a) Biotyping
(SSC Sub. Ins. 2015) (b) DNA hybridization / DNA
(a) mycoplasma (b) fungi (c) Serotyping
(c) virus (d) bacteria (d) Phage typing
469. The first law of thermodynamics is simply the case of: 477. Starch is insoluble in water but still it is stored in large
(SSC Sub. Ins. 2015) quantity in potato because (SSC Sub. Ins. 2016)
(a) Charle’s law. (a) soil microorganisms deposit it in the tuber.
(b) the law of conservation of energy. (b) it is synthesized in potato root.
(c) the law of heat exchange.
(c) it is useful for human.
(d) Newton’s law of cooling.
(d) it is translocated in the form of sugar from leaves.
470. Red rot of sugarcane is caused by: (SSC Sub. Ins. 2015)
478. Viruses that infect bacteria are called (SSC Sub. Ins. 2016)
(a) Colletotriehum falcatum
(a) Basal body (b) Basidiospores
(b) Cercospora personata
(c) Bacteriophages (d) Basophils
(c) Alternaria alternata
479. A dispersion indicates (SSC Sub. Ins. 2016)
(d) Phylophthora Infestans
(a) the value of standard deviation.
471. A clone is a group of individuals obtained through :
(b) spread of data around central measure.
(SSC Sub. Ins. 2015)
(a) self pollination (b) micropropagation (c) the value of mean
(c) hybridisation (d) cross pollination (d) the value of mode
472. Chemical name of Gammaxane is: (SSC Sub. Ins. 2015) 480. The principle involved in the absorption of water by soil is
(a) Aniline (b) Toluene (SSC Sub. Ins. 2016)
(c) Benzene hexachloride (d) Chloro benzene (a) Suction action (b) Condensation
473. The fleshy thalamus is edible in: (SSC Sub. Ins. 2015) (c) Capillary action (d) Principal of absorption
(a) Mango (b) Orange 481. Which of the following is present in maximum amount in
(c) Tomato (d) Apple acid rain? (SSC Sub. Ins. 2016)
474. A new molecule Heat Shock Protein 90 (HSP90) was (a) HNO3 (b) H2SO4
discovered in 2014 by the Didier Picard. The new discovery (c) H2CO3 (d) HCL
could help in effective treatment of ____ 482. The lethal dose required to kill 50% of the lab animals tested
(SSC Sub. Ins. 2016) under standard is referred as (SSC Sub. Ins. 2016)
(a) TB (b) AIDS (a) MLD (b) ID50
(c) Malaria (d) None of these (c) LD50 (d) ID

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1. (b) 25. (a) 26. (a) 27. (c) 28. (d) 29. (d)

2. (a) Vitamin B-12, also called cobalamin, is a water-soluble 30. (b) 31. (b) 32. (c) 33. (d) 34. (b)

vitamin that has a key role in the normal functioning 35. (c) 36. (d) 37. (c) 38. (d) 39. (c)
of the brain and nervous system, and the formation of 40. (d) 41. (d) 42. (a) 43. (a) 44. (c)
red blood cells. 45. (c) 46. (c) 47. (c) 48. (a) 49. (d)
3. (d) 4. (b) 5. (a) 6. (b) 7. (a) 50. (a) 51. (b) 52. (c) 53. (d) 54. (a)
8. (b) Acetic acid, also known as ethanoic acid, is an organic 55. (c) 56. (d) 57. (b) 58. (a) 59. (c)
chemical compound best recognized for giving vinegar 60. (d)
its sour taste and pungent smell. It is one of the 61. (c) This process usually occurs in the upper third of the
simplest carboxylic acids and has the chemical formula fallopian tube of the woman.
CH3COOH. 62. (d) Cirrhosis is a condition in which the liver does not
9. (b) function properly due to long-term damage. Cirrhosis
10. (a) Boiling point of heavy water is lower than that or is most commonly caused by alcohol, hepatitis B,
ordinary water hepatitis C, and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
11. (a) Typically, more than two or three drinks per day over a
12. (a) Arboreal animals are creature who spend the majority number of years is required for alcoholic cirrhosis to
of their lives in trees. They eat, sleep and play in the occur.
63. (c) The food webs we see are grazing food chains since at
tree canopy. There are thousands of species that live
their base are producers which the herbivores then
in trees, including monkeys, koalas, possums, sloths,
graze on.
various rodents, parrots, chameleons, geckos, tree
64. (c) A single mole is set to the number of particles found in
snakes and a variety of insects.
12.000 grams of carbon-12. A mole of water has 6.022 x
13. (a)
1023 water molecules. One mole of water weighs 18.0152
14. (d) Advection is the transfer of heat or matter by the flow
of a fluid, especially horizontally in the atmosphere or
65. (a) Carrot is rich in Vitamin A and it improves eyesight.
the sea. 66. (d) The reason for this is the hydrogen bonding between
15. (d) neighboring water molecules. Because hydrogen
16. (d) Bats are good at flying at night because they use bonding is a relatively strong intermolecular force, high
sound rather than sight to navigate. Bats send pulses heat energy is required to break up the force.
of sound through their mouths or noses, and these 67. (a) Valence electrons are important in determining how an
pulses echo back outlining the objects in the bats elements reacts chemically with other elements. Since
flight path. The ears of a bat are large and oddly the valence electrons are the electrons in the highest
constructed but they help it to determine where the energy level, they are the most exposed of all the
echoes are coming from. electrons, so they are the electrons that get most
17. (c) No change will happen. involved in chemical reactions.
18. (b) Cartography, the art and science of graphically 68. (c) The lumen is the SI derived unit of luminous flux, a
representing a geographical: area, usually on a flat measure of the total "amount" of visible light emitted
surface such as a map or chart. It may involve the by a source.
superimposition of political, cultural, or other non 69. (d) A dissipative force counteracts motion. Its direction is
geographical divisions onto the representation of a opposite to the direction of the velocity vector.
geographical area. Dynamic friction is a dissipative (non-conservative)
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(b) Photosynthetic Chromatophores vesicles found in found only in the organ heart. a is one of the three dietary 86. leave the 88. 99. skin. 112. not 100ml). acetone and methanol. (c) Potassium Nitrate occurs as a mineral niter and is a mosquito during a blood meal. It is caused by a fungus. therefore they are not used to focus light. 109. originates in one country but is able to cause damage 85. (c) Ringworm is common disease. (c) An antacid is a substance which neutralizes stomach organism like algae. especially among acetic acid. (d) latitudes. It was once used as children. for instance. (b) UCIL produced batteries. are naturally occurring in the chloroplasts and 116. by crossing borders wavelengths. will. (a) Carotenoids are tetraterpenoid organic pigments that reference is rotating. one of several nitrogen-containing compounds 75. (a) 97. (b) Diatom ooze (formed from microscopic unicellular algae ground-level ozone or smog which can cause having cell walls consisting of or resembling silica) is respiratory problems and reduce visibility. (b) 98. endangered species of plant or animal outside of its 89. which is highly reference is not at rest or moving with a constant unsaturated. (b) 121. (c) In people with emphysema. The longest visible wavelength and yet do not become diabetic. (d) 81. mirror as it gives a clear diminished and an erect image legs. Voluntary a wide field of view and hence is used as rear view muscles are controllable like those found in your arms. 106. (a) Convex mirrors reflect light outwards. at which sunlight falls on the earth's surface at different 120. (c) This is because the scattering in red light is less than 84. and some types of acidity. plastics. fungus. 125. 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(a) Annealing is the process by which both metal and 83. velocity. 124.y ou 76 General Science rs m 72. have the through pathways like water or air. the lung tissue involved re slightly soluble in water (mixing 50 ml of ethanol and in exchange of gases (oxygen and carbon dioxide) is ss water will make 80 – 90 ml of mixture. For example You don't have to remind yourself to 78. (b) 92. (d) 117. 110. (c) A sporozoite is the cell form that infects new hosts. (b) In hydroelectric power plants the potential energy of ah bo monosaccharide. carbon products. It is a common and highly infectious 80. (a) 93. not a worm like the a commercial source for acetic acid. Emphysema is included in a . (b) 105. (a) Transboundary pollution is the pollution that reaching epidemic proportions in many countries. so it is involuntary. (b) latitudes. of the traffic that is behind. (c) Cardiac muscle is an involuntary striated muscle tissue 77.w digestion. 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or 55. (c) to unravel the genomic Peculiaritces behind the 141. temperature changes from either greater or less than 4 pertussis (whooping cough).5% Dettol's total mixture. The vaccine degrees. reasonably good conductors at higher temperatures. Sulphur dioxide and body temperature is around 98. (d) The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change physiological tricks that camels use to survive in the (IPCC) is a scientific and intergovernmental body harshest of conditions. scientific view deep into the lungs. forming a gas cloud that can suffocate wildlife. When the three infectious diseases in humans: diphtheria. Short–term exposure to PM your body loses heat faster than it can produce heat. counters. bathtubs and kitchen sinks can be removed Emulsions are part of a more general class of two– through careful application of this chemical. (c) Mass of proton is 1.w commonly released from power stations. . 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This is because the classification of all types of (VSB) and 59. and tetanus. Stains on normally immiscible (nonmixable or unblendable). sterilizing household items. (b) An emulsion is a mixture of two or more liquids that are removing rust on various different surfaces. A.7 × 10–27 kg.672621777 (74) × 10–27 kg. was frequencies used to broadcast the television signal.1093829140) × 10–31 kg) that is Caloenas and the closest living relative of the extinct approximately 1/1836 that of the proton. also known as neutral spirits. 1909. in North America. (b) Water never has an absolute density because its 129. (a) A television channel is a physical or virtual channel waters. Its bleach-like qualities make it perfect for end products are oxygen and glucose. Channel numbers represent actual 128. An and Palau. among pregnant women has been associated with causing a dangerously low body temperature. rectified alcohol. In an emulsion. It is also efficient in 150. castor oil soap caramel and water. a process chemical compound. . (b) density varies with temperature. It is the only living member of the genus electron has a mass (9. 1868. (b) 136. (c) The inventor of blood group is Karl Landsteiner.25 MHz for NTSC analog video 1930. (c) Photosynthesis is the process by which light energy kills whole cells of the organism that cause pertussis is converted into chemical energy by organisms. June 14. .75 MHz for analog audio (FM). (c) Researchers in Mangolia and China completed studies 140. phase systems of matter called colloids. Chloroxylenol comprises 4. becomes a better and better conductor.6 F (37 C).. Carbon dioxide and water are the raw materials of this 132. People of climate change and its political and economic impacts.8% of that is called rectification. (b) 135. isopropanol. Normal prematurity and growth retardation. (a) 130. (c) Hypothermia is a medical emergency that occurs when with particle pollution. dedicated to the task 153. It is treated with CaO to form lime of alcohol. and children 142. (d) Rectified spirit. (a) 133. (d) process. (b) The oxalic acid is an ideal chemical for cleaning purposes. with heart or lung diseases. of the hydrogen nucleus is 1.31 blood into four namely. He was the broadcast or cable band of 54 to 60 MHz. The light energy comes from the sun and its 137. carbon dioxide (CO2) suddenly erupts from deep lake 147.y ou General Science 77 rs m be blown anywhere by the wind. the density will become less than 1 g/cm3. AB. (c) Semiconductors are insulators at low temperatures and or dp transport. oil. an aromatic purified by means of repeated distillation. older adults.

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It is derived from the Greek word 'entomos' which 176. which 157.7%. quenching of chlorophylla (Chla) fluroescence. is one of the largest endocrine gland crystal structure by using X– rays. Domestic PNG customers. (a) Bragg Spectrometer is an instrument used to analyze 158. which in turn is a branch of biology. 169. protein synthesis. the red blood cells constitute about forms a loop that averages about 40 cm in length. sugar is 80 to 120 mg/ml. Ganges River seeds. (c) Containment of toxic or hazardous constituents in sugar. a branch material with an inert.y ou 78 General Science rs m 154. (c) The human body requires more calcium than any other calculations and compose music.000 capacity floodlit multi– use to detect light. and create works. Dolphin is one of critically endangered species in lndia 167. Coral reefs are or dp fuel. hence "insect". us with the ability to read. and consists of two connected lobes. plays an important part in atmospheric adjacent thymines on the same strand of DNA. (a) Phytochrome is a photoreceptor. (a) The sigmoid colon is the part of the large intestine. and white 174. socially induced. (c) The ionosphere is a region of Earth's upper atmosphere. the plasma about 54. which is composed of plasma and several kinds 173. (microencapsulation). (a) Coral reefs are underwater structures made from . treatment. it is ionized by solar irradiation cause covalent bond formation between radiation. (d) Electrons carry current in a good conductor of cells about 0.c om 155. (d) PNG is a mixture consisting mainly methane CH4 with a among other functions. (b) UV radiation can be an effective viricide and means "that which is cut in pieces or engraved/ bactericide. It collimated X–rays strikes the crystal. Disinfection using UV radiation is segmented". in the testing of true blood 175. vehicles or 168. It has practical importance because. For example. ultraviolet mesosphere and exosphere. (b) The cerebrum is the seat of intelligence and provides process of alpha decay. (microencapsulation). (b) Entomology is the scientific study of insects. It detects mainly red and fared region home of the Uttar Pradesh cricket team. It is a protein with a bilin purpose stadium located in Kanpur. T cells or T lymphocytes belong to a group from spontaneous combustion and natural wildfires. electricity and they are negatively charged. (a) Alpha particles consist of two protons and two and have a wide range of other effects. bones and teeth. so normal glucose levels fall between 70 and accomplished using: (i) coating grains of waste material 150 mg.3%. India. of the visible spectrum and regulates germination of 156. which is generally produced in the 159. 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(c) Quenching is a process in which absorbed light energy Endangered species in India comprise large varieties is dissipated as heat and does not take part in of rare species of wild animals. 170. It of cells. including on neutrons bound together into a particle identical to a development. (a) and is finding an increased usage in drinking water 164. and the chromophore. commonly used in wastewater treatment applications 163. and (ii) coating blocks of waste 162. (c) The average adult has a blood volume of roughly 5 172. (c) The normal range of. w w w . radiant energy and includes the thermosphere and parts of the can damage the DNA. use gas for cooking purpose contain few nutrients. The phenomenon involves insects. setting fire to buildings. thymine and cytosine bases in DNA. remember the past mineral. below the Adam’s measures the angles and intensities of the reflected apple. wild land areas.000 km (620 mi) altitude 177. (b) When cells are exposed to sunlight. 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Devarda's deposit at Ivigtût on the west coast of Greenland. 185. who along with fructose and galactose. (a) Nickel silver. sodium hexafluoroaluminate) is an 183. (d) Neon is a chemical element with symbol Ne and atomic conditions and are. A flask- into two smaller arteries (the common iliac arteries). (a) In order to manufacture silicones. Also called coffee grounds. Since parathyrin. (a) chegonium. produce one or more nuclides that are different from 181. lying in a 184. where it bifurcates gymnosperms. a nuclear 180. that compose the body of certain to slow down the flow so that solids such as sand. (c) Parathyroid hormone (PTH). (b) Examples of natural coloids can be found in our body of the thyroid gland) acts to decrease calcium . cysteine often participates in enzymatic reactions. it consists of a neck. liquids or gases when they absorb energy from determination of cobalt in Vitamin B12. (c) 204. (a) Grit chambers are long narrow tanks that are designed longitudinal series.51%) and zinc (4% . (c) 211. as in the case of cacti. (b) 215. and gravel that wash off 212. It acts to increase the concentration of or calcium (Ca2+) in the blood. 194. animals. 190. (c) 201. (d) 199. chemoautotrophic bacteria. water. corpuscles (RBC) which provide the vital oxygen to 189.w chain. which has round with the chemical formula HO2CCH(NH2)CH2SH. which 207. (a) 213. (d) 208. (a) Devarda's alloy . whereas calcitonin (a dp However. alkyl-substituted 188. is secreted by the chief cells of the ob dimethylsilane contains – OH group at the end of the parathyroid glands as a polypeptide containing 84 . e. but it contains no energy electron) from outside the atom. hormone produced by the parafollicular cells (C cells) ss 179. (c) 214. 216. neutron. 196. odorless. uncommon mineral identified with the once large copper (49% . Its removal is particularly 202. It is in group 18 (noble gases) of the periodic evaders. wherein the leaves are biosynthesized in humans. (d) 200. (a) 203. that are absorbed synthezised it at the end of the 19th century to develop directly into the bloodstream during digestion. dextrose. It was used for the solids. (c) Glucose (C6H12O6.c om itself : blood consists of colloidal sized red blood concentration. also known as D-glucose.46%). They may be dormant during drought 186. chemistry technique used for determining 191. The usual formulations in which two nuclei. (a) 198. or else a nucleus of an atom and a is 60% copper. a new method to analyze nitrate in Chile saltpeter. electrons are emitted from used in phar maceutics. sand. which means that it can be vestigial. light. (c) 209. the Italian chemist Arturo Devarda (1859-1944). (c) Succulent plants store water in their stems or leaves. An archegonium also occurs in some extending down to the abdomen. (d) a circle ammonia into nitrite as a metabolic process. Electrons emitted in this manner may be called 182. shaped structure. parathormone or ah bo chlorosilanes are used as starting material. generating systems which are regenerated. (c) important in cities with combined sewer systems. The leaves are often a semi-essential amino acid. It is stems and can store a lot of water. . Grit causes excessive wear and tear on pumps 197. collide to elemental silver unless plated. (a) carry a good deal of silt. (b) Nitrosomonas is a genus comprising rod shaped photoelectrons. depleted by 1987. 20% nickel and 20% zinc. (a) In the photoelectric effect. table. amino acids. for the determination of nitrates after their reduction to or grape sugar) is a simple monosaccharide found in ammonia under alkaline conditions. with one or The aorta distributes oxygenated blood to all parts of more layers of cells. is a copper reaction is semantically considered to be the process alloy with nickel and often zinc. and eggshells will settle out of the somite. (c) In nuclear physics and nuclear chemistry.6%). 187. It is one of the three dietary monosaccharides.. w w w . which contains the egg. (d) Atomic absorption spectroscopy is an analytical the nuclide(s) that began the process. 218. polymerization and chain length increases. is an alloy of aluminium (44% . ground level. (c) by tracheal system all the body tissues. (a) 206. (d) 210. Neon is a colorless. such as earthworms and lobsters. therefore.y ou General Science 79 rs m 178. (b) and other plant equipment. inert monatomic 217. (a) Cysteine (abbreviated as Cys or C) is an a-amino acid They include the Cactaceae family. alloy is used as reducing agent in analytical chemistry 195. the female reproductive organ in ferns originating from the left ventricle of the heart and and mosses. cycads and conifers. or they do not have leaves at all. also known as German silver. This rare bacteria oxidizes 193. (a) Thorium is an element which are used in radioactive gas under standard conditions. with about two-thirds chemicals where all other three options are power the density of air. and a swollen base-the venter- the body through the systemic circulation. the hydrolysis of alkyl trichlorosilane gives re very complex cross linked polymer. It owes its name to plants. (b) streets or land. (b) Cryolite (Na3AlF6. known as drought number 10. The thiol side chain in reduced to spines. (b) The aorta is the largest artery in the human body. (c) 205. or high is named for its silvery appearance. (b) Any of the homologous segments.g. Water is stored in the bulbs of some plants. (b) annihilate each other concentration of particular metal element and is widely 192. Nickel silver subatomic particle (such as a proton. at or below serving as a nucleophile.

g. (b) Trochodendron is a genus of flowering plants with 230.Photosynthetic pigment skin. (c) Fleming's right-hand rule (for generators) shows the Maharashtra. ductile and easily welded. 243. 229. (d) Haliotis belongs to Mollusca. International System of Units (SI).Enzyme 226. The first modern Caesarean section solution has the same properties. So. named after the 236. meat etc. organisms to the length of day or night. (a) Brass is an alloy made of copper and zinc. logical. the plants and animals.000 Ohms. (a) A Reverse transcriptase (RT) is an enzyme used to as a result water enters the guard cells. reducing the human body's resistance to 500 Carotenoid. also other galvanization. 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The direction of induced current when a conductor moves genetically modified brinjal event is termed Event EE 1 in a magnetic field. Wrought iron is tough. Julius Caesar was the first person to be borne by this 232. RT is bulge out and force the inner wall into a crescent shape. The thin outer walls template. (b) Study of ants is called Myrmecology. (a) The critical temperature for superconductors is the 238. (c) First class proteins contain all the essential amino acids basic arithmetic. 223. The most common method is hot-dip . guard cells and their subsidiary cells that surround the stomata. Ascorbic acid. (c) Mahyco. (d) The correct match is as follows: body's resistance to 1. a process termed reverse transcription. (c) The plant epidermis consists of three main cell types: method and thus the operation named after him. fish. a range of brasses with varying properties. 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In this way a stoma or pore is formed between each and RT inhibitors are widely used as antiretroviral pair of guard cell. within the nucleus. re incisions are made through a mother's abdomen 231. The right hand is held with the and Mahyco have also applied for approval of two thumb. HIV).Vegetative resistance offered by the human body may be as high growth and fruiting in plants. . These 228. mitochondria also have a small 227. (b) X rays are frequently used to check the defects in content. control and input/output (I/ in sufficient amounts. (d) Photoperiodism is the physiological reaction of Scottish engineer James Watt (1736-1819). melting quickly .Quencher Ohms. It affects Flowering. This genetic material is circuitry within a computer that carries out the known as mitochondrial DNA or mtDNA instructions of a computer program by performing the 241. (a) When ice is kept on saw dust then it does not melt resembling wood. 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or of any current of gas. 281. (c) 280. (a) Hydrogen. 283. of the solid. (a) situations. (d) 266. The combined weight of the dirt and the radiation. the process 259. also known as carbolic acid. The more localised the ionization the less the alum (floc) become heavy enough to sink to the penetrating power it will possess. Alum and other chemicals are added to water the most densely ionizing. The gland produces thymosins. (a) The brown color is cause by the presence of a various 271. 256. to nitrogen gas. plants. (b) 276. by the 290. such as hydrogen peroxide and sodium found in Europe and America. (d) Steam will produce more severe burns than boiling places such as rocks or tree bark. The penetrating power of to form tiny sticky particles called "floc" which attract nuclear radiation depends upon the ionizing power of the dirt particles. (b) Wave particle duality is a quantum mechanics effect.respiration etc. (b) 296. therefore they or dp common bleaching agents generally fall into two are typically released to the atmosphere. bottom during sedimentation. (a) 275.peroxide is an effective sterilizing agent. 293. 295.e. (a) When a drop of Glycerol is added to crushed KMnO4 260. relatively long ingot. (c) Retroviral integrase (IN) is an enzyme produced by a Water results when it readily loses active oxygen. re categories: chlorine and its related compounds (such 261. (b) describe the plant-root interface. any of a group of techniques used to of increasing the salt content is known as salinization. (b) 287. It contains the biochemically C6H5OH. 258. (a) Alpha particles are the least penetrating as they are in water. (b) 279. (b) A parsec (symbol: pc) is a unit of length used to measure large distances to objects outside our Solar 253. meaning root.c as sodium hypochlorite) and the peroxygen bleaching the world's highest-production dairy animals. zone) and can be caused by natural processes such as mineral causing this liquid zone to travel slowly through a weathering or by the gradual withdrawal of an ocean. (b) . (a) 274. (c) 292. (b) Vitamin B12 consists of a class of chemically related organic compound with the molecular formula compounds (vitamers).The energy is stored in the plants as 264. are the highest grades of anthracite coal. 251. (a) 268. is an aromatic 254. Lichens are plants that grow in exposed 257. (c) The maximum fixation of solar energy is done by green to be integrated into the DNA of the infected cell. (b) Anemometer is an instrument for measuring the speed Nitrous Oxides. (d) 288. 255.. (c) Zone melting. The molecule consists of a phenyl group (–C6 H5 ) bonded to a hydroxyl group (OH). retrovirus (such as HIV) that enables its genetic material 250. 262. part from the Greek word "rhiza". 263.w a substrate through chemical reaction. Salinization composition by melting a short region (i. (c) Peroxyacetyl nitrate is a secondary pollutant present 272. (d) decomposes into peroxyethanoyl radicals and nitrogen dioxide gas. atmosphere. (c) A bleaching agent is a material that lightens or whitens compounds are gaseous compounds and are not . The most readily available for microbial growth. nitric oxide or nitrous oxide. (c) 267. of the wind. which are hormones Hiltner described the rhizosphere as the area around a that stimulate the development of antibodies. 270. means the electron sometimes acts like a particle and sometimes it acts like a wave. or charge. 249. (d) In 1904 the German agronomist and plant physiologist Lorenz Hiltner first coined the term "rhizosphere" to 284. perborate.y ou General Science 81 rs m 246. rare element cobalt. (a) chemicals released from plant roots. a word originating in 285. (c) 278. (c) Reverse transcription were discovered by Howard especially of the concentration of sulfur dioxide in the Temin and independently isolated by David Baltimore. plant root that is inhabited by a unique population of 286. (a) The term 'brown air' is used for photochemical smog. there. It is a white crystalline solid that is volatile. (a) High grade (HG) and ultra high grade (UHG) anthracite growth. he postulated. (d) 289. (b) 265. They need to be water because steam has more heat energy than water very good at absorbing water and nutrients to grow due to its latent heat of vaporisation. (d) carbohydrates for their metabolic activities as 269. purify an element or a compound or control its Salts occur naturally within soils and water. (b) Holstein Friesians are a breed of cattle known today as ss . They are om agents. (c) Coagulation removes dirt and other particles suspended 248. These ob 247. (b) 291. (a) Phenol. (d) in photochemical smog. (c) microorganisms influenced. It is thermally unstable and 277. It depends on the 282. (c) Soil salinity is the salt content in the soil. w w w . It System. (d) Lichens can be used asair pollution indicators. (b) It grows larger until puberty and then begins to shrink. 252. (b) 273. 294. (c) Fructose is the sweetest of all natural sugar types. (b) 'Dentrification' is the biological conversion of nitrate ah bo spread on a paper there is a violent explosion.

Kidneys and skin are the chief organs of 324. although some inertia of the body as the body's path is continually species with yeast forms may become multicellular redirected. Cellulose is the most abundant organic methane. It is caused by the fungal species). or removal observed when a wave passes from one medium to of a volatile fraction another at any angle other than 90° or 0°. phase transition. (b) Yeast is an important source of vitamin B. (b) 321. The known as endosperm.Cellulose 322. the cream is 317. (b) Gas thermometers are more sensitive than liquid cells known as pseudohyphae. Fungus Kidneys filter the nitrogenous waste products of the with ringworm. (b) NH4Cl is the compound which possesses ionic. many forms of algae and the organic compound that contains only carbon. it is extremely reactive: almost all other ss . is a The nervous system consists of nerves. (d) 305. form om 303. (b) The most electronegative element among the following ah bo saffron crocus. brain and white crystalline salt. essentially a surface phenomenon.y ou 82 General Science rs m 297. In quantum excretion. Fluorine is a chemical element with symbol ob foot tall. (a) The depletion of Ozone layer is mainly due to is an important structural component of the primary chlorofluorocarbons. This is most commonly thermal decomposition. (c) compounds with fluorine. (a) 301. oomycetes. (crocus sativus) a small plant about a is fluorine. in cluding some noble gases. The part of brain and spinal cord is a name of the natural. greatly accelerating both the rate and more and thus usually maintain a greater average specificity of metabolic reactions. mechanics. (stigmas) F and atomic number 9. (d) 299. Protozoan with kaala-azaar and virus body through nephron and throw them out in the form with influenza. through heat transfer. Due to change of medium. Centrifugal eukaryotic microorganisms classified in the kingdom force is the apparent force that draws a rotating body Fungi. Solutions spinal cord. (a) 306. Refraction is been identified. (a) The basic unit of nervous system is known as neuron. (c) Saffron. of food to the synthesis of DNA. The de Broglie relations show that the around the time of fertilization. (a) A cellulosic wall is found in the cells of plants. produced as a volatile derivative of biofilms. They control the working of various of ammonium chloride are mildly acidic. Each flower has three female parts. . The phenomenon 319. (b) 311. Enzymes are large biological tendency of matter to change in volume in response molecules responsible for the thousands of metabolic to a change in temperature. highly soluble in water. 323. where it is attached to the flower. (b) Sun appearing red at sunset is not caused by proteins. commonly known by the DuPont brand name Freon. of expansion. (b) 302. (c) 310. Endosperm is the tissue theory was proposed by Louis de Broglie in 1924 in produced inside the seeds of most flowering plants his PhD thesis. from the digestion separation.500 species (estimated to be 1% of all away from the center of rotation. a spice derived from the dried stigmas of the 320. (b) Matter waves are de Broglie waves. (c) 307. Most enzymes are 327. with 1. w w w . as thermometers because the gases have large coefficient seen in most molds. It surrounds the embryo wavelength is inversely proportional to the momentum and provides nutrition in the form of starch. and propane. 308. (c) Bacterium is associated with tuberculosis. (c) elements. As the most electronegative re bottom of the stigma. It is the lightest halogen and . or false hyphae. (a) 312. Ammonium chloride. though it of a particle and is also called de Broglie wavelength. Some species of bacteria secrete it to form and fluorine. an inorganic compound with the formula NH?Cl. Sal ammoniac organs of the body. They are also polymer on Earth. (d) The nutritive tissue in the seeds of higher plants is waves reflects the wave-particle duality of matter. Yeasts are unicellular. (d) 304. processes that sustain life. ammonium chloride 314. the concept of matter waves or de Broglie 316. chlorine. 313. ethan e. (c) Heating of ore below its melting point in the absence is mainly in governance to the law of conservation of of air is known as calcinations. Calcinations is a thermal energy and momentum. its particles begin moving catalysts. 325 (a) When the milk is churned vigorously. through the formation of strings of connected budding 326. element. (c) The filtration unit of kidney is known as nephron. of urine. 315. Yeasts is separated out due to centrifugal force. Coefficient of Thermal expansion is the 318 (d) Enzymes are proteins. (a) 300. covalent and coordinate bonds. (stamens) each stigmas is red or dark exists as a highly toxic pale yellow diatomic gas at or dp red in color towards the top and yellow towards the standard conditions. mineralogical form of is called the Autonomic Nervous System. although some catalytic RNA molecules have atmospheric refraction of light. the treatment process in presence of air or oxygen applied phase velocity of the wave is changed but its to ores and other solid materials to bring about a frequency remains constant. A chlorofluorocarbon is an cell wall of green plants. They are highly selective When a substance is heated.w two male parts. can also contain oils and protein.c 298. (c) 309.

(a) modified branches. the phloem and xylem lie on the same radius. also called sodium hyposulphite re of erosion control eventually led to its widespread or "hypo" is used as a photographic fixer in photography.y ou General Science 83 rs m 328. odourless gas that occurs release oxygen into the water. (a) Efforts by the U. discovered. In processes. (b) Boiling point of water is lower at higher altitudes due ah bo the dried latex from unripe seedpods of Papaver to the decreased air pressure. are cells that don't possess membrane-bound organelles. 330. (b) Lyman series of hydrogen atom spectral lines in the Ultraviolet. (b) Glucose has the molecular formula C6H12O6 and is thus a hexose sugar. 335. (b) An electric battery is a devices consisting of two or Mitochondria are membrane-bound organelles. seconds (J. Contour farming is most effective 345. (d) Biodiversity can be thought of as the genetic library phloem located towards the periphery of the stem and that keeps life going on Earth. (d) Bacteria are prokaryotes. (b) If the horizontal range of a projectile is four times its Therefore. w w w . (a) 351. by definition. where g 352. phytoplankton marsh gas. 347. (d) Stalactites and Stalagmites are formed due to the on machines. (d) In the process of photosynthesis. which an organism can self-fertilize or mate with another individual of the same species. (d) Myopia also known as short sightedness is a condition 961. It is calculated as . of the eye where one looking at a distant object seems 337. shrubs. other plants. which. This includes ecosystem. and wear 344. u 2 sin 2 q 350. biological diversity. (d) Morphine is the most abundant opiate found in opium. (c) In cactus. (d) Rate of Transpiration increases in hot. silver and copper have 1064°C. more electrochemical cells that convert stored chemical 332. can survive without oxygen and are 358. (b) The Planck constant has dimensions of physical action. (d) The area reserved for the welfare of wildlife is called Range is the total horizontal distance covered during National Park. genetic and SI units. its colors are mainly due to dispersion. (d) The rainbow comes from the reflection and refraction energy into electrical energy. then its small amount gets refracted (slightly polarised) and rest almost gets reflected back (fully polarised). (d) Hermaphroditism is a form of sexual reproduction in when used in conjunction with such practices as strip cropping. and the connections between these and all species. and as photosynthesis. (c) the time of flight. dry and windy 339. Boiling point of water ob somniferum (the opium poppy). reduce erosion. Soil Conservation Service to changes with altitude. The other half is produced via a product of the anaerobic bacterial decomposition of photosynthesis on land by trees. colourless. 334. which means that the refractive index 348.83°C). 336. (b) Plane Incident Mirror of water depends on the wavelength of light. and water diversion. This occur q is the angle of projection. as a component of firedamp in coal mines.S) .c 343.8°C and 1085°C respectively. (a) Turner Syndrome. grasses and vegetable matter under water.S. relative speed= x + x = 2x maximum height. also called 354. 331. the angle of projection is 45 degrees. (d) Marsh Gas or methane gas is produced when a little out of focus. (c) When a ray of light falls on sea shell. 338. Its acceleration X is constant. power and time consumption. Half of the world’s abundantly in nature as the chief constituent of natural oxygen is produced from phytoplankton gas. vegetation decomposes in water. and thorns are 355. spines are modified leaves. speed X 333. changes with altitude because atmospheric pressure . Biodiversity. (d) Collateral Bundle is a type of vascular bundle in which typically about 0. (c) Mercury has the least melting point of the following metals (–38. as well as to increase crop yields and precipitation of Calcium carbonate (CaCO3). (a) Sodium thiosulphate. of the sunlight in the falling drops. 346. variety of life found on Earth and all of the natural these are the same as those of angular momentum. terracing. 349. or dp promote contouring in the 1930s as an essential part 342. 341. short for xylem towards the centre. (d) om fertilizer loss. (b) Mycoplasma are the smallest bacterial cells yet condition. ss adoption. in females in which one of the X-chromosome is missing. The practice has been proved to reduce . (a) 356. Gold.1 µm in diameter. is the term used to describe the 359. (d) An object covers distance which is directly Reflected proportional to the square of the time. 357. 353. the Planck constant is expressed in joule cultural diversity. with the 340.w 329. Methane. represented by 44A + XO.

the body maintains this 370. inflammation.c stretches of saline and alkaline soils in the wastal om region. mineralocorticoids. also known as gamma rays. genus of Gram-positive facultative anaerobic or 363. (c) Ramanathapuran district of Tamil Nadu has vast upon proper stimulation. and 375. (a) The passenger-side mirror on a car is typically a convex they bind: glucocorticoids. (The development and functioning of all known living compressor is on the surface and no mechanical parts organisms and many viruses.e. Also they provide immune functions. though they are distorting effects on distance perception. (a) Lactobacillus. (b) biomolecule. the kinetic energy of an object is the energy Enrico Fermi. The purpose of the thread. an ignition event. and proximity. (c) Chlorophyll is a green pigment found in cyanobacteria by severe mercury poisoning. (b) microaerophilic rod-shaped bacteria.. 373. sea anemones). (a) “Romancing with life” is a memoir written by leading kinetic energy unless its speed changes. although concentrated oxidants and fuels are brought into close it is still very small with regard to ordinary oxygen. Fire and explosion hazards exist when relatively high concentrations of ozone (O3). nucleic acids much deeper than the water table to allow for compose the three major macromolecules essential for submergence. and the chloroplasts of algae and plants. as do some other contains a coiled. corals. (a) Airlift pumps are often used in deep dirty wells where encodes the genetic instructions used in the sand would quickly abrade mechanical parts. is a cultivation of crops is very less. Its name is 365. is to ward off enemies or . Several ah bo 361. but the oxidant. though the thickness varies seasonally and by Jean-Baptiste Dumas in 1826.w such as light exhibit polarization. The unit is named after the Italian physicist 378. (b) Highly concentrated sources of oxygen promote rapid absorbs most of the Sun's UV radiation. grouped into five groups by the receptors to which 381. or spherical capsule denoted by the Greek letter. elongated. refers to electromagnetic produced exclusively by members of the phylum radiation of extremely high frequency and therefore . which allows 367. is everted) from the capsule re 362. It contains combustion. quickly turns outward (i. though diminished. 383. hollow. critical in photosynthesis. 5 cm/hour and therefore. image. It is defined as 368. (b) In physics. energy during its acceleration. and progestogens. Air is generally pumped at least as deep all known forms of life. Having gained this coagulation system. Convex technically sterols rather than steroids. w w w . Steroid mirrors are preferred in vehicles because they give an hormones help control metabolism. (a) nematocyst. (a) Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) is a molecule that 380. upright. such as heat or is less than ten parts per million. The permeability rate of the sandy soil is upto to capture prey. derived from the Greek words chloros (“green”) and phyllon (“leaf ”). (a) Cnidaria (e. the air should be pumped 100 feet that acts as a hormone. the average ozone a spark. minute.. In some countries. jellyfish. which or dp types of wave. Each is ob with more than one orientation. DNA is a nucleic acid. However airlift wells must be alongside proteins and carbohydrates. (c) Minamata disease is a neurological syndrome caused 377. is needed to trigger combustion. 379. mirror. (If the water 374.6 parts per million. (d) Gold is often referred as king of metals. (b) Polarization is a property of waves that can oscillate such capsules occur on the body surface. which it possesses due to its motion. to warn the driver of the convex mirror's with homologous receptors. water availibility for the 376. Dev Anand. these are labeled with the androgens. The ozone layer is mainly found in 372. (d) Gamma radiation. usually barbed thread. salt and water balance. (c) non-luminous zone illness and injury. also called Döderlein's bacillus. (c) The ozone layer is a layer in Earth's atmosphere that 371. development a wider field of view as they are curved outwards. 364. of sexual characteristics. estrogens. Electromagnetic waves produced by a special cell called a cnidoblast and . Bollywood star. distances.y ou 84 General Science rs m 360. Oxygen itself concentration in Earth's atmosphere being only about is not the fuel. under the water as the water is to be lifted. (d) Christmas factor is one of the proteases of the from rest to its stated velocity. and the ability to withstand 382. such as gravitational waves.g. (b) the work needed to accelerate a body of a given mass 369. ss which often contains poison. (a) Fermi is the unit of length used to measure nuclear plants to absorb energy from light. Steroid hormones can be deep). geographically. (a) The Dumas method in analytical chemistry is a method the lower portion of the stratosphere from for the quantitative determination of nitrogen in approximately 20 to 30 kilometres (12 to 19 mi) above chemical substances based on a method first described Earth. are needed in the well). 0. Vitamin D safety warning “Objects in mirror are closer than they derivatives are a sixth closely related hormone system appear”. (a) A steroid hormone (abbreviated as sterone) is a steroid table is 50 ft below. however. Chlorophyll is an extremely important 366.

Ozone layer shields exchange of gases between the shoot and the root. which is inside an cathode rays with metal. (b) X-rays are produced as a result of obstruction of pigment known as chlorophyll. reactions.y ou General Science 85 rs m high energy per photon. It consists of 55-70% methane point to melt away due to the heat produced by high resistance so that the circuit is not damaged which is inflammable.w earth from UV radiation . Gamma rays are ionizing 394. (c) Carbonated beverages like soda get their name from thermonuclear bomb. Chadwick showed that hydrogen isotopes. It is associated with protection of the time of heat flow. family Myrtaceae. This process is the 397. (b) The linear expansion of a solid rod is independent of is not used. Fuse is a safety device used in component of soda) but carbon dioxide is particularly any electrical installation. emissions and which can be traded if the full allowance 390. the difference once more neutrons. Thus the leaves of summer are class< phylum < kingdom < domain<life. (d) Bacillus Calmette-Guérin is a vaccine against xerophthalmia. (b) Night blindness is the first sign of vitamin A deficiency. of lighter elements into the bombardment of alpha particles is actually a stream heavier elements. . the chlorophylls' green color dominates and hierarchy of biological classification's major taxonomic masks out the colors of any other pigments that may ranks is as follows: species< genus< family < order< be present in the leaf.Ionosphere layer allows radio Aerenchyma is widespread in aquatic and wetland or dp waves to be bounced off and radios to work . The hydrogen bomb functions by the radiation from the element beryllium. The primary greenhouse gases in the Earth's atmosphere driving off approximately 75% of water contained in its are water vapour. and are gas in an atmosphere that absorbs and emits radiation commonly used as a spice. stems and roots of some plants.c Night blindness and its worsened condition. methane. within the thermal infrared range. (a) Gives us atmospheric pressure . as with other substances. it expands organization to produce a certain amount of carbon to become less dense. (b) The commonly used safety fuse wire is made up of an gases will dissolve in water (which is the main alloy of tin and lead. Hydrogen bomb or H-bomb. nitrous chemical structure. are markers of vitamin A deficiency. organelle called a chloroplast. becomes increasingly dense. leaves. (c) Aerenchyma refers to spaces or air channels in the ah bo radiation. or joining together. carbon dioxide. (d) Hydrogen bomb is based on the principle of nuclear commonly known to be Plaster of Paris. (c) Neutron was discovered by a British Physicist named a large portion of its energy from the nuclear fusion of Sir James Chadwick. the carbon dioxide dissolved in the beverage. Syzygium aromaticum. Neutrons directly emitted from atomic temperatures are required in order to initiate fusion nuclei are termed as fast neutron. called calcium sulfate hemihydrate or calcined gypsum 387. om 385. temperature. Mycobacterium bovis. length of the rod and material of the rod. The end product again weighs less of electrically neutral particles. It is directly dependent on the environment. (a) the smallest unit of classification is species. characteristically green . ss atmospheric pressure. but at approximately 4 °C (39 °F). weapon deriving 398. re water from vaporising off the earth thanks to 395. He also studied some other properties of appearing as energy. in the leaf's cells. It may also be added to make it wire made of lead / tin /alloy of lead and tin/ zinc having reminiscent of the carbonation found in fermented a low melting point and low ohmic losses. and are thus biologically hazardous. (b) A green leaf is green because of the presence of a 391. which allows ob 384. The season. It is a short length of taste to the beverage. A fuse wire beverages like champagne. cancer. Because extremely high these particles. (c) Aristotle is the father of Biology and Zoology. should always have a high resistance and low melting 400. (b) A greenhouse gas (sometimes abbreviated GHG) is a native to the Maluku Islands in Indonesia. caused by the fusion. and ozone.Prevents plants which must grow in hypoxic soils. that has lost its virulence in 396. The partially dehydrated mineral is oxide. High resistance to heat up soon and low melting energy in rural areas. (c) Bio gas is a clean unpolluted and cheap source of point. as they are during the growing 393. Bio gas is produced from cattle dung in a bio gas plant commonly known as gobar gas 389. the hydrogen bomb is also known as a 399. In1932. attenuated live bovine tuberculosis bacillus. 402. (c) Heating gypsum partially dehydrates the mineral by fundamental cause of the greenhouse effect. fusion. (a) Cloves are the aromatic flower buds of a tree in the humans. Most 388. (c) Carbon credit is a permit which allows a country or its maximum density. as tuberculosis that is prepared from a strain of the it can also lead to impaired immune function. w w w . pure water reaches 401. As it is cooled further. They are 386. (b) When cooled from room temperature liquid water plant through a process called digestion. which forms the weakest link good at dissolving and it adds a nice slightly sour between the supply and the load. and birth defects. He called these particles than its components. When they are abundant 392. .

through fertilizers or sewage to an organic material at elevated temperatures in the absence aquatic system. atomic weight 238. Acids The heaviest naturally-occurring element is uranium have a pH less than 7 while bases have a pH greater (atomic number 92. (a) Sulphur dioxide gas exhibits bleaching properties in selective evaporation and condensation. 432. One example is the "bloom" or great of oxygen (or any halogen). (b) When a person cries there is a watery discharge from 431. Nascent hydrogen removes oxygen 406.4 micrometres . pink metal that resembles titanium. 413. It dissolves in water liberating result is pure water. micrometres. as a preservative. (c) The functions of root hairs is to collect water and keep pace with transpiration loss. This consists of a glass tube evidence for the particle nature of light has to do with . Temperature increase causes the fluid it in the form of electrons. small amounts as an alloying agent for its strong 408. calcium. plants nasal cavity. (b) H2SO4 is the sulphuric acid which is a highly corrosive atoms from the coloring matter (reduces coloring matter) strong mineral acid . Irrigated land they do not contain chloroplasts. than 7. Violet Light: 0. but it is man-made. (d) Carotenoids protect the plant from damage from UV 433. the humerus.c om are usually calibrated so that one can read the weight. (d) The heaviest element in terms of heaviest per a given ss measuring the volume of the fluid. (d) The Electromagnetic spectrum in order of decreasing light and this protection is attributed to their antioxidant energy. Each wing composed of three properties. 430. which is presently element 118. (b) 419. (d) The wings are modified forelimbs of birds which are 426. a carotenoid. They are incomplete or partial antigens. Infrared 414. (d) In agriculture. 404. so it has some particle the key to bird flight. . unless bound to a carrier protein or other large antigenic 405.w filled with mercury or some other liquid. Such thermometers number of atoms is the element with the highest atomic . (a) 420. the O. (a) 422. Medium and Short 415. Unnoctium is the heaviest element. w w w . In the photoelectric effect. (c) Distillation is a process of separating the component molecule. in the thermometer. The reason that the photoelectric effect is ob the glass thermometer. nascent hydrogen. It improves sodic (saline) soils by is grown simultaneously with. Microwaves -less than 10 cm. On a hot day. and Very High frequency (VHF) carbon monoxide (CO). (b) Pyrolysis is a thermo-chemical decomposition of and phosphates. (d) The deep red colour that is present in tomatoes. (d) 409.Long. substances (impurities) from a liquid mixture by 429. a catch crop is a fast-growing crop that care is taken. (a) At 25° C the pH of pure water is very close to 7. solution up through the roots to the rest of the plant. Pyrolysis generally takes increase of phytoplankton in a water body as a place well above atmospheric pressure at temperatures response to increased levels of nutrients. strong transition 407.01 mm . (a) 417. eventually leads to sodicity and salinity unless extreme 412.7 process whereby plants make energy from sunlight. Visible Light-Red light : 0. It cannot be used in food industry and it loses its color. (c) tion of artificial or natural substances. (a) Eutrophication is the eco-system response to the addi- 421.y ou 86 General Science rs m 403. 416. (c) Temperature is measured by a thermometer. (d) The substance that causes the worst air pollution is Waves : 2 km-l0 m .l micrometres . usually 1 cm : Radiowaves. thus increasing wavelength : Gamma Rays- properties: they are able to absorb the harmful oxidative wavelength: 0. grey-white. ulna and radius. water is considered to 428. or between successive removing sodium from the soil and replacing it with plantings of a main crop. although it is used in lycopene. re to expand. (d) Plant wilting occurs after excessive loss of water by the nose due to activation of lachrymal fluid through transpiration and lesser absorption. (c) Zirconium is a lustrous. and Ultra High Frequency (UHF): 10 m-l 0 cm. (b) 418. Zirconium is mainly used grapefruit. guava and watermelon is caused by as a refractory and opacifier.0289). (b) Gypsum is calcium sulphate which is essential to the As root hair cells do not carry out photosynthesis sustainability of most irrigated soils.01 nm : X-rays -1 nm . (a) resistance to corrosion. (b) Haptens are small molecules that react with a specific be neutral. (d) 424. transpire heavily and cannot absorb water speedily to 411. (a) 434. Ultra-violet Rays- chemicals produced during photosynthesis. (d) Radiation-0. It is neither an acid nor a base. exceeding above 430 °C. (a) 423. even when there is mineral nutrients present in the soil and take this enough water. One of the material which absorbs it. The end presence of moisture. Because it has a pH of 7. and then ejects incident ah bo most common devices for measuring temperature is electrons. 435. but is the antibody but cannot induce the formation of antibodies reference point for acids and bases. which acts as how materials absorb that light energy and then eject or dp the working fluid. 410. ununoctium. (c) Light is made up of photons. This is the element with the largest number of temperature simply by observing the level of the fluid protons. such as nitrates 425. light hits some limb bones. so the temperature can be determined by 427.

or much the same way that they can turn their eyes. The motor cells are activated by touch of the as a substitute of nitrogen. (d) Helium is used by deep sea divers in their diving tanks closes. lipids. being drunk. O=O. (c) The kinetic energy of a non-rotating object of mass m by Karl Landsteiner. and the tension. insoluble protein . (c) The theoretical basis for plant tissue culture was dangers. the bill. though differences persist. or some humans. (c) The atomic number of uranium is 92. cheap. Helium science in1902 on his experiments on the culture of is used for a number of reasons . 440. or it can the pancreas excretes enzymes to break down the arise in a stationary medium as a result of interference proteins. who investigated and the crown is less dense than gold. under conditions of constant the outer sheath covering the jaw bones. According to which a body immersed 438. Its causative agent. moving in the opposite direction to the wave. and nucleic acids in between two waves travelling in opposite directions food. water. A common result of the ability. plant. Being inert it cannot be toxic to the diver or mouth. antlers and horns. All spontaneous processes have found in fingernails. a layer of connective tissue. metamorphosis of sandstone is the creation of 446. and single cell.It is light. (c) Archimedes used the principle of buoyancy to find quartzite. (d) A Sonometer is a device for demonstrating the in fluid experiences a buoyant force equal to the weight relationship between the frequency of the sound of the fluid it displaces. and the mass framework. (a) The pancreas is a glandular organ in the upper between the two bodies. (c) Sandstone can be turned into a metamorphic rock by can move the pinna (with the auriculares muscles) in ss being either heated up to a point where it undergoes a order to focus their hearing in a certain direction in . "glues" the beak to the bones. The trouble with nitrogen sensitive hairs present on the surface of touch-me-not in this situation is that nitrogen is a fairly heavy gas. Some DNA 1 2 mv (8) = 8 times kinetic energy. which 92 protons. force than the reference piece. Functioning as an exocrine gland. Most subjected to chemically active fluids. This is a bit like reopens in light. If m and v are increased 2 matter of hours. These compared by balancing the crown on a scale with a relationships are usually called Mersenne's laws after reference piece. . it undergoes and is soluble in blood at high pressure. With the help of this principle. 92 electrons. (b) Entropy and enthalpy together make a new quantity. then K. 445. and the beak. Therefore.y ou General Science 87 rs m 436. length the density of the golden crown and solid gold was and mass per unit length of the string. the pancreas 450. Like a number of other plant species. but really it serves as two glands in one: a to one-fourth its original value. poliovirus. and makes the diver unable to assess 443. The bill (or rostrum) consists of a bony 452. carbohydrates. w w w . If Marin Mersenne (1588-1648). and thereby will experience a greater buoyant 439. petiole and leaflets. (d) The gravitational force is inversely proportional to the the raccoon family. or dp a negative change in free energy. the force of gravity is reduced abdomen. or movement. and can cause total paralysis in a traveling at a speed v is mv . produced by a plucked string. (b) Two oxygen atoms can both achieve stable structures secretes the hormones insulin and glucagon to control by sharing two pairs of electrons joined in a double blood sugar levels throughout the day. German Academy of use a mixture of 20% Oxygen and 80% Helium. The polio virus invades the 1 2 nervous system. 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originated (a) Charlie Chaplin (b) Alfred Hitchcock .w or (c) Bangladesh (d) Nepal 147. Which country’s currency is Ngultrum ? 146. "Life Divine" is a book written by (SSC CHSL 2014) ah bo (SSC CHSL 2013) (a) M. "Meghdoot" was written by (SSC CHSL 2014) (a) Sarojini Naidu (b) Kiran Bedi (a) Humayun Kabir (b) Khushwant Singh (c) Bachendri Pal (d) Indira Gandhi (c) Banabhatta (d) Kalidasa 153. Who is the first woman IPS officer in India ? (c) Tripitaka (d) Zend-Avesta (SSC CHSL 2015) 139. Project tiger programme was launched in : October 2 as the International Nonviolence Day at (SSC CHSL 2015) (SSC CHSL 2014) (a) 1994 (b) 1973 (a) International lndology Conference (c) 1975 (d) 1971 (b) Setyagraha Centenary Conference 156. Radhakrishnan (d) Shri Aurobindo . Who among the following is a famous English writer ? (SSC CHSL 2015) (SSC CHSL 2014) (a) International Labour Organization (a) Amrita Pritam (b) Mahadevi Verma (b) Indian Legal Orientation (c) Ashapurna Devi (d) Mulk Raj Anand (c) Internatioanl Law and Order 141. It was decided to observe Mahatma Gandhi's birthday 155. Which Indian newspaper has the largest readership ? (c) Congress Foundation Day Celebration (SSC CHSL 2015) (d) None of these (a) The Malayala Manorama 144. Kanha National Park is located in : (SSC CHSL 2015) 137. Karl Marx wrote (SSC CHSL 2014) (a) Tamil Nadu (b) Bihar (a) Asian Drama (b) Em ma (c) Andhra Pradesh (d) Madhya Pradesh (c) Das Kapital (d) Good Earth 151. Who wrote 'Discovery of India'? (SSC CHSL 2015) 138. Who among the following is not a Bharatanatyam dancer ? (c) Karnataka (d) Gujarat (SSC CHSL 2015) 135. Grammy Award is given in the field of (SSC CHSL 2014) (a) Sitara Devi (b) Leela Samson (a) Acting (b) Music (c) Geeta Ramachandran (d) Sonal Mansingh (c) Singing (d) Boxing 149. Which of the following is the right expansion of ILO? 140. The fi