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SSC Tax Assistant Exam 2009 Part 1

GK 9


 

ID

Questions

1

who was the only indian to be elected as president of United Nations General Assembly

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Vijayalaxmi Pandit

( )

V.K.Krishna Menon

( )

Jawahar Lal Nehru

( )

Rajeshwar dayal

2

who was the first Indian women to scale Mt Everest

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Bachendri Pal

( )

Fu Dorji

( )

Aung sung Su kyi

( )

Yoko Ono

3

The term epicentre is associated with

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Earthquakes

( )

Volcanos

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Cyclones

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Landslides

4

with which among the following fields is the name of S.chandrasekhar associated

( )

Cosmology

( )

Chemistry

( )

Fluid mechanics

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Astrophysics

5

what is the scale used for measuring the intensity of the Earthquake

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Ritcher scale

( )

Metric scale

( )

Centigrade scale

( )

Nweton's scale

6

Which of following is incorrect

( )

AIDS is retroviral disease

( )

AIDS is transmitted by homo and hetero-sexual contact

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AIDS was first recognised in USA in 1981

( )

AIDS cause ano-genital warts

7

which Indian state has the longest coastline

( )

Andhra pradesh

( )

Maharastra

( )

Orissa

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Tamilnadu

8

RAF stands for

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Ready action force

( )

Rapid Action force

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Reverse Action force

( )

Repeat action force

9

Bolometer is used to measure

( )

frequency

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Temperature

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Velocity

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Wavelength

10

Tehri Dam is being constructed on which River

( )

Ganga

( )

Brahamputra

( )

Bhagirathi

( )

Yamuna

11

Dada Saheb Falke award for 2006 was awarded by president of India to


 

( )

Tapan Sinha

( )

Madhur Bhandarkar

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Dilip Kumar

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Lata Mangeskar

12

The concept of dDirective princples of state policy was borrowed from the constitution of

( )

USA

( )

Canada

( )

USSR

( )

Ireland

13

"Jeevan aastha " a scheme relating to investment and saving was launched during 2008-09 b

( )

Tata AIG

( )

ICICI Prudential

( )

Bajaj Alllianz

( )

LIC

14

The three medals that Indians won in the Beijing olympics wrer in

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Shooting ,Boxing ,wrestling

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Shooting Boxing Archery

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Shooting Wrestling and Tennis

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Shooting ,Boxing, Hockey

15

ATM stands for

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Automatic Teller Machine

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Automated Tally machine

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Automatic tally Machine

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Automated Tally Mechanism

16

who lost the AFC (Asian Football Confederation) Final 2008 to India ?

( )

Myanmar

( )

Sri Lanka

( )

Pakistan

( )

Tajikistan

17

Who won the U.S open Tennis Men's Singles in august 2008 ?

( )

Roger Federer

( )

Rafeal Nadal

( )

Mahesh Bhupati

( )

None of these

18

After the terrorist attck of 26th nov 2008 in Mumbai who was apponted as the home-minister of India

( )

Shiv Raj patil

( )

Pranab Mukharjee

( )

P.Chidambaram

( )

A.K.Anthony

19

Which one of the following has been appointed as the secretary of state by Barack Obama ,The President of USA

( )

Hillary Clinton

( )

Joe Bidden

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Condoleezza Rice

( )

Ben porrit

20

Name the winner of the Sanjay Chopda National awarrd for Bravery 2008

( )

Saumika Mishra

( )

Santosh Sen

( )

Amit Kumar

( )

Pappu

21

who is named as the flying sikh of India

( )

Mohinder Singh

( )

Ajitpal Singh

( )

Joginder Singh

( )

Milkha Singh

22

Find the Odd One(with refrence of 26th jan 2009 award)

( )

Mahender singh Dhoni

( )

Harbhajan Singh

( )

Pankaj Advani

( )

Abhinav Bindra

23

Fundamental Rights are not given to

( )

Bankrupt person

( )

Aliens

( )

Person sufferinf from Incurable disease

( )

Political Sufferers

24

which is the lowest layer of the atmosphere

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Troposphere

( )

Stratosphere

( )

Mesosphere

( )

Thermosphere

25

There is no provision in the constitution for the impeachment of the

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Cheif justice of India

( )

chief justice of High court

( )

Governor

( )

Vice president

26

only one of the following can be the ex-officio chairman of the planning commision .He is the

( )

Minister for planning and development

( )

Home Minister

( )

Prime Minister

( )

Finance Minister

27

The train service "Thar Express " between India and pakistan ,originates in India from

( )

Jaisalmer

( )

Jodhpur

( )

Bikaner

( )

Barmer

28

which One of the following cricketers has been awarded the rajiv Gandhi Khel ratna award for the year 2007 ?

( )

Sachin tendulakar

( )

Saurav Ganguly

( )

M.S.Dhoni

( )

Virender Sehwag

29

Garba is a dance form of

( )

Gujrat

( )

Rajasthan

( )

Orissa

( )

Assam

30

Which one of the following countries has become the world leader in Carbon credit business in 2007

( )

India

( )

Brazil

( )

Maxico

( )

China

31

For How many catagories has A.R.Rehman ,the Golden Globe Award winner for origional soundtrack in the film "slum Dog Millionaire" been nominated at the oscar

( )

1

( )

2

( )

3

( )

4

32

which of the following is not a panchayti raj Institution

( )

Gram Sabha

( )

Gram Panchayat

( )

Gram Cooperative society

( )

Nyaya Panchayat

33

who among the following were members of the swaraj party

[ ]

Motilal nehru

[ ]

sardar Patel

[ ]

Gopal Krishna Gokhle

[ ]

Raja Ram Mohan roy

34

which of the following according to Mahatma Gandhi ,is the strongest force in the world

( )

Non-violence of Brave

( )

Non-violence of the weak

( )

Non-violence of Crowd

( )

Non-violence of Downrodden

35

why was the name of Kuber singh , a 17yr student of GD Goenka World school in the news on 20th january 2009

( )

He was declared as the winner of Sanjaya chopda award

( )

He broke the recoed for fastest memorising of a 9 digit number

( )

He withnessed the swearing in Ceremony of president Obama of USA as an official Invitee

( )

He solved the cross word puzzle of the famous USA magazine

36

what is the tenure of Prime Minister of India

( )

Conterminus with the tenure of the Lok-sabha

( )

Contermous with tenure of he president

( )

As long as he enjoys the support of a mojority in the Lok-sabha

( )

Five years

37

what was the reason for Gandhi ji support for decentralisation of power ?

( )

Decentralisation ensures more participation of the people into democracy

( )

India had decntralisation of power in the past

( )

Decentralisation was essential for the economic development of the country

( )

Decentralisation can prevent Communalism

38

consent of people means consent of

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A few people

( )

All people

( )

Majority of the people

( )

Leader of the people

39

which of the following is an extra-constitutional and non-statutory body ?

( )

Finance commision

( )

Planning Commission

( )

Union public service commission

( )

Election Commission

40

which of the following is tue regarding " nO confidence motion " in the Parliament

1.There is no mention of it in the Constitution

2. A period of six-month must lapse between the introduction of one " No confidence Motion " and another

3.AT LEAST 100 PERSON MUST SUPPORT SUCH A MOTION BEFORE IT IS INTRODUCED IN THE HOUSE

4.It can be introduced in Loksabha


 

( )

2 and 4

( )

1 ,2 ,3 and 4

( )

1 ,2 and 3

( )

1 and 4

41

the toxicity of which of the following heavy metal leads to liver cirrhosis

( )

Copper

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Lead

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Mercury

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Zinc

42

If the radius of blood vessels of a person decreases ,his /her blood pressure will

( )

increase

( )

Decrease

( )

unaffected

( )

increase for male and decrease for female

43

cell or tissue death with in a living body is called

( )

Neutrophilia

( )

Nephrosis

( )

Necrosis

( )

Neoplasia

44

INSUFFICIENT BLOOD SUPPLY IN HUMAN BODY IS REFERRED AS

( )

Ischemia

( )

Hypermia

( )

Hemostasis

( )

Haemorrhage

45

Deep fried food materials are carcinogenic because they are rich in

( )

Fats

( )

Hydrocarbon

( )

Cooking oil

( )

Nicotine

46

Leprosy bacillus was invented by

( )

Koch

( )

Hansen

( )

Fleming

( )

Harvey

47

where are the traces of portugese culture found in India

( )

Goa

( )

Calicut

( )

Cannanore

( )

Cochin

48

who of the following was awarded "Ashok Chakra " on 26t jan 2009

1.Hemant Karkare

2.M.C.Sharma

3.Gajendra Singh

4.Vijay Salaskar


 

( )

1 and 2

( )

1 ,2 and 4

( )

1 ,2 and 3

( )

all the above

49

Typhoid is caused by

( )

Psedomonas sp

( )

Staphylococcus

( )

Bacillus

( )

Salamonella typhi

50

Match the following


 

Column jurisdiction(High court)

( Union territory)

Choice

Match

Andaman and Nicobar Islands

Madras

pondicherry

Calcutta

Lakshadweep

Bombay

Daman and Diu

Kerala

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