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1

The first railway line running from Bombay to Thane was opened in

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1852 A.D 

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1853 A.D 

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1854 A.D 

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1855A.D 

2

which one of the news paper edited by Gandhi ji

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Navjeevan  

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Kesari

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Maratha 

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Gujrat Times 

3

how many member/members from the Anglo-Indian community can be nominated by the Government to the state Assembly

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( ) 

( ) 

( ) 

4

Indian citizenship Act was passed in

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1950 

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1952 

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1955

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1960 

5

The chairman of the finance Commission must be

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A person having special knowledge of finance and accounting  

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A person having special knowledge of economics 

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A high Court judge or one qualified to be appointed as such  

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a person having experience in public affairs  

6

how many items are contained in Union List ?

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66 

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96 

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97 

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67 

7

The Vice President of ndia can be removed from Office by the

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President on advice of the council of Ministers 

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Lok-sabha with the consent of the president 

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Rajya sabha with the Concurrance of the Lok-sabha 

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Rajya sabha with Concurrance of the President  

8

The novel " white Tiger " which won the Man Booker Prize ,2008 is authored by

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Arundhati Roy

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V.S.Naipaul 

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Kiran Desai 

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Aravind Adiga  

9

Who compared the Dandi March to Napoleon's March to Paris on his return from Elba ?

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Dadabhai Naoroji 

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Lala Lagpat Rai 

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subhash Chandra Bose 

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Bal Gangadhar Tilak 

10

A money bill passed by the lok sabha has to be passed/returned by Rajya sabha with in

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21 days 

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14 days 

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1 month 

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3 month 

11

Acording to Purchasing power parity (PPP) ,India is the

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Tenth largest Economy 

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Seventh Largest Economy 

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Sixth Largest Economy  

( ) 

Fourth Largest Economy  

12

The Scheme 'Ladli' Launched by the Government of India related to the welfare of

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Mothers giving birth to baby girl 

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Baby girl 

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whole family 

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Girl after marraiage  

13

the role of Price-mechanism in a free economy is to determine

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what to produce and in what quantities 

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what techniques to be used for the production of these quantities 

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how the income should be distributed between owners of the resources and the producers

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all of the above  

14

The Gross national Product is measured by the following three well-known metheod except

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Product method 

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Expenditure method 

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Value-added method 

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Income method 

15

The National Technical Research Organisation (NTRO) , a premium scientific agency under the National Security Advisor in the Prime Minister's Office ,is to be located near

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Bengaluru  

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Chennai 

( ) 

Hyderabad 

( ) 

Mumbai 

16

The First branch by any Indian bank in Qatar has been setup by

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Central Bank of India 

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Indian Overseas bank 

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ICICI Bank 

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Punjab National Bank  

17

UTI Bank having decided to relinquish the UTI brand name has chosen the UTI brand name has chosen the new brand name of

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"Excel Bank" 

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' Trade Bak' 

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'Axis Bank' 

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'Super Bank'  

18

In which Year ,Resrve Bank of India established

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1935 

( ) 

1948 

( ) 

1950 

( ) 

1952 

19

A parallel Super computer developed in India is

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IBM-360 

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PARAM 

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CRAY-1 

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ILLIAC 

20

what is the source of electric energy in an artificial satellite

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A mini nuclear reactor 

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A dynamo 

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A thermopile 

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Solar cells 

21

Dr Manmohan Singh has recently declared an indian river as National River ' The Name of The River is

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Braham Putra 

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Mahanadi 

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Ganga 

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Kosi 

22

The Ozone Layer of atmosphere absorbs

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Visible radiations 

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Ultra-violet Radiations 

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Radio Waves 

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Infrared radiations 

23

The disease caused by eating fish due to mercury poisioning is called

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Minamata 

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Diarrohea 

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Dysentery 

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Cholera 

24

The Material used for making carrying bag for shopping purpose is a polymer of

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ethylene 

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acetylene 

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vinyl chloride 

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propylene  

25

the purificaton of muddy water by alum is due to

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Dyalysis 

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Coagulation 

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Emulsification 

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Filtration 

26

Air is completely removed from an electric bulb to prevent

( ) 

oxidation of tungesten filament 

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bursting of the bulb 

( ) 

loss of light due to absorption

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none  

27

The Pashmina variety of wool is obtained from

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Sheep 

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Camel 

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Rabbit 

( ) 

Goat 

28

The meeting point of the Western ghats and the eastern Ghat is

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Cardamom Hills 

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Palni Hills 

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Anamalai hills 

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Nilgiri Hills

29

international Rice research institute is situated in

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Philipines 

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Indonesia 

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Malaysia 

( ) 

India 

30

Which one of the following is the finest natural harbour of India ?

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Marmagao 

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Mumbai 

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Mangalore 

( ) 

Kochi

31

who among the following Tomer rulers is credited with founding the city of Delhi

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Anangpal 

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Vajrata 

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Rudrane 

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Devaraja 

32

where is the public sector 'Nepa-Newsprint' factory located

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Himachal pradesh 

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Madhya pradesh

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Tamilnadu 

( ) 

Maharsatra 

33

Which city is called the "Boston of the East"

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Mumbai 

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Ahmedabad 

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Coimbatore 

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Madurai 

34

Constellations appear to change their positions at different at different times of the night because the

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Earth revolves arround the Sun 

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Earth Rotates about its axix 

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Constellations move faster than the earth  

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Earth and Constellation move in opposite direction 

35

which is the largest river system of the peninsular region of India

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Godavari

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Kaveri 

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Narmada 

( ) 

Mahanadi 


 

1 B 2.A 3.A 4. C 5 D 6.C 7 C 8 D 9C 10B 11 A 12 B 13 D 14 C 15 C

16 C. 17 C 18 A 19 B 20 D 21 C 22 B 23 A 24 D 25 D 26 B 27D 28 D 29 A 30 D 31 A 32 B 33 B 34 A 35 A

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