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Q.1:- In marine whales, the limbs are ?

  1. Flappers
  2. Grippers
  3. Slippers
  4. Flippers

Ans:- (a) Flappers

Q.2:- Respiration is controlled by …………………  part of brain.

  1. Olfactory Lobes
  2. Medulla Oblongata
  3. Hypothalamus
  4. Cerebellum

Ans:- (b) Medulla Oblongata

Q.3:- Penicillin was discovered by ?

  1. Ian Fleming
  2. Alexander Fleming
  3. Edward Jenner
  4. Louis Pasteur

Ans:- (b) Alexander Fleming

Q.4:- The first National Park of India is ?

  1. Dachigam Wild Life Sanctuary
  2. Corbett National Park
  3. Simlipal National Park
  4. Hazaribagh National Park

Ans:- (b) Corbett National Park

Q.5:- Centre for Ecological Sciences is situated at ?

  1. Karnal
  2. Allahabad
  3. New Delhi
  4. Bengaluru

Ans:- (d) Bengaluru

Q.6:- The most stable measure of central tendency is ?

  1. Mean
  2. Mode
  3. Median
  4. Range

Ans:- (c) Median

Q.7:- A sufficiently large scale map indicating the detailed surface features of an area including relief is called ?

  1. Relief map
  2. Chorographical map
  3. Topographical map
  4. Wall map

Ans:- (c) Topographical map

Q.8:- To whom did Allauddin Khilji entrust the mission to counter South ?

  1. Ulugha Khan
  2. Malik Kafur
  3. Khizra Khan
  4. Shaji Malik

Ans:- (b) Malik Kafur

Q.9:- Which country earned the title “The Queen of Seas” ?

  1. Germany
  2. France
  3. Italy
  4. Britain

Ans:- (b) France

Q.10:- The ‘Great Bath’ was found at ?

  1. Harappa
  2. Mohenjodaro
  3. Lothal
  4. Chanhudaro

Ans:- (b) Mohenjodaro

Q.11:- The last dynasty of the Delhi Sultanate was the ?

  1. Slave dynasty
  2. Syed dynasty
  3. Lodhi dynasty
  4. Khilji dynasty

Ans:- (c) Lodhi dynasty

Q.12:- According to which article, State Legislative Council can be created or abolished ?

  1. Article 167
  2. Article 168
  3. Article 169
  4. Article 170

Ans:- (b) Article 168

Q.13:- Who was the first Deputy Prime Minister of India ?

  1. Jawahar Lal Nehru
  2. Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel
  3. Maulana Abul Kalam Azad
  4. Gulzarilal Nanda

Ans:- (b) Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel

Q.14:- The system in which the few govern many is known as ?

  1. Monarchy
  2. Oligarchy
  3. Plutocracy
  4. Autocracy

Ans:- (b) Oligarchy

Q.15:- Which is the final Appellate Court of Justice ?

  1. Supreme Court
  2. High Court
  3. Civil Court
  4. District Court
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Ans:- (a) Supreme Court

Q.16:- Who was the first to use the term “Micro” and “Macro” in Economics in 1933 ?

  1. James Tobin
  2. Ragnar Frisch
  3. Gurly
  4. Fischer

Ans:- (b) Ragnar Frisch

Q.17:- What is Hawala ?

  1. Full details of a subject
  2. Illegal transactions of foreign exchange
  3. Illegal trading of shares
  4. Tax evasion

Ans:- (d) Tax evasion

Q.18:- Reserve Bank of India was nationalized in ?

  1. 1945
  2. 1947
  3. 1948
  4. 1949

Ans:- (d) 1949

Q.19:- Aggregate Monetary Resources is ?

  1. M1
  2. M2
  3. M3
  4. M4

Ans:- (c) M3

Q.20:- Which of the following regulates the working of share market in India ?

  1. MRTP Act
  2. FERA
  3. BIFR
  4. SEBI

Ans:- (d) SEBI

Q.21:- India’s 1st Hi-speed Rural Broadband Network has been commissioned in a district of ?

  1. Andhra Pradesh
  2. Telangana
  3. Kerala
  4. Karnataka

Ans:- (c) Kerala

Q.22:- When is Human Rights Day celebrated ?

  1. 9th December
  2. 10th December
  3. 10th October
  4. 12th December

Ans:- (b) 10th December

Q.23:- Who is the founder of Homeopathy ?

  1. Lainnec
  2. Wakesman
  3. Hahnemann
  4. Domagk

Ans:- (c) Hahnemann

Q.24:- Where is Brabourne Stadium located ?

  1. Cuttack
  2. Mumbai
  3. Jamshedpur
  4. Kolkata

Ans:- (b) Mumbai

Q.25:- Amjad Ali Khan is associated with which of the following musical instruments ?

  1. Violin
  2. Sitar
  3. Sarod
  4. Veena

Ans:- (c) Sarod

Q.26:- The World Environment Day is celebrated on ?

  1. June 5
  2. April 7
  3. August 6
  4. June 16

Ans:- (a) June 5

Q.27:- Which of the following is observed as Sports Day every year ?

  1. 22nd April
  2. 26th July
  3. 29th August
  4. 2nd October

Ans:- (c) 29th August

Q.28:- Which scientist wrote a book called “A Brief History of Time” ?

  1. Stephen Hawking
  2. Pasteur
  3. JL Baird
  4. Edward Jenner

Ans:- (a) Stephen Hawking

Q.29:- Which of the following is the best indicator of SO2 pollution ?

  1. Bryophyte
  2. Pteridophyte
  3. Lichen
  4. Algae

Ans:- (c) Lichen

Q.30:- Which gas is responsible for depletion of Ozone layer around earth which protect us from harmful ultra-violet rays ?

  1. Chlorofluro Carbons
  2. Nitrogen
  3. Oxygen
  4. Nitrogen Oxide
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Ans:- (a) Chlorofluro Carbons

Q.31:- Which of the following species is locally extinct in India ?

  1. Siberian Crane
  2. The Gyps Vulture
  3. White Bellied
  4. Forest Owlet

Ans:- (d) Forest Owlet

Q.32:- The two components of an eco-system are ?

  1. Plants and animals
  2. Biotic and abiotic
  3. Plants and light
  4. Weeds and micro-organisms

Ans:- (b) Biotic and abiotic

Q.33:- The hard enamel layer of teeth is ?

  1. Calcium phosphate
  2. Calcium oxide
  3. Calcium hydroxyl apatite
  4. Calcium hydroxide

Ans:- (a) Calcium phosphate

Q.34:- Breath analysers used by police to test drunken drivers works on the chemical basis of ?

  1. Acid-base reactions
  2. Precipitation reactions
  3. Complexation reactions
  4. Redox reactions

Ans:- (a) Acid-base reactions

Q.35:- There are only two metals that are non-silver in colour, they are ?

  1. Nickel & Zinc
  2. Copper & Gold
  3. Palladium & Platinum
  4. Sodium & Magnesium

Ans:- (b) Copper & Gold

Q.36:- Mass number is the sum of ?

  1. Electrons and protons
  2. Protons and neutrons
  3. Electrons and neutrons
  4. Only protons

Ans:- (b) Protons and neutrons

Q.37:- An electronic path, that sends signals from one part of computer to another is ?

  1. Logic Gate
  2. Modem
  3. Bus
  4. Serial Port

Ans:- (c) Bus

Q.38:- A plane glass slab is kept over coloured letter which appears least raised is ?

  1. Red
  2. Violet
  3. Blue
  4. Green

Ans:- (b) Violet

Q.39:- A defect of vision in which the points in one plane of an object appear in focus while those in another plane are out of focus is called ?

  1. Myopia
  2. Hypermetropia
  3. Astigmatism
  4. Distortion

Ans:- (c) Astigmatism

Q.40:- Which of the following works on the basis of conservation of linear momentum ?

  1. Jet
  2. Aeroplane
  3. Rocket
  4. Helicopter

Ans:- (a) Jet

Q.41:- When did India become a fully Sovereign Democratic Republic ?

  1. 26th November, 1949
  2. 26th November 1930
  3. 26th January 1949
  4. 26th November 1951

Ans:- (a) 26th November, 1949

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Q.42:- Mercury Thermometer was invented by ?

  1. Priestly
  2. Fahrenheit
  3. Newton
  4. Galileo

Ans:- (b) Fahrenheit

Q.43:- Of the following Rapeseed belongs to ?

  1. Pepper
  2. Linseed
  3. Coffee
  4. Mustard

Ans:- (d) Mustard

Q.44:- Television was invented by ?

  1. Louis Braille
  2. Lawrence
  3. RA Millikan
  4. JL Baird

Ans:- (d) JL Baird

Q.45:- The lowest Temperature is recorded by ?

  1. Alcohol Thermometer
  2. Mercurial Thermometer
  3. Maximum Reading Thermometer
  4. Minimum Reading Thermometer

Ans:- (a) Alcohol Thermometer

Q.46:- Vitamins which provides immunity ?

  1. K
  2. A
  3. C
  4. E

Ans:- (b) A

Q.47:- ICMP is used for ?

  1. Forwarding
  2. Multitasking
  3. Error Reporting
  4. Addressing

Ans:- (c) Error Reporting

Q.48:- The earth is nearest to the Sun on ?

  1. 23 September
  2. 3 January
  3. 4 July
  4. 21 March

Ans:- (b) 3 January

Q.49:- The Resistance of an Ideal Voltmeter is ?

  1. Infinite
  2. Zero
  3. High
  4. Low

Ans:- (a) Infinite

Q.50:- Who was the first Delhi Sultan to break the power of Turkish Nobles known as the Chahalgani or the Forty ?

  1. Qutb-ud-din-Aibak
  2. Balban
  3. Iltutmish
  4. Raziya

Ans:- (b) Balban