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SSC Tax Assistant exam 2009 –Part B

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1

BCG immunisation is for

( )

Measles

( )

Tuberculosis

( )

Diptheria

( )

Leprosy

 

2

Besides Carbohydrates ,a major souce of energy in our food is constituted by

( )

Protien

( )

Fats

( )

Minerals

( )

Vitamins

 

3

the Limb bones of children become bent if there is deficiency of Vitamin

( )

A

( )

B

( )

D

( )

E

 

4

The process of removing calcium and magnesium from hard water is known as

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Sedimentation

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Filteration

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Flocculation

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Water softening

 

5

major gaseous pollutant of the thermal power station is

( )

H2S

( )

NH3

( )

NO2

( )

SO2

 

6

who was the first governor-general of bengal

( )

Robert Clive

( )

warren Hastings

( )

Willliam Bentinck

( )

Cornwallis

 

7

In which state was the Nalanda University located in India

( )

Bengal

( )

Bihar

( )

Orrissa

( )

Uttar Pradesh

 

8

Match The following


 

Column 1 ( Fort) Column 2 (Ruler)

Choice

Match

The city of Ciri

Firoz shat Tughlaq

Hauz Khas

AlauDin Khilji

Tughlaqabad Fort

Ghiyas-Ud-Din Tughlaq

Red Fort (Delhi)

Shah Jahan

 

9

who laid the wreath at the " Amar Jawan jyoti" (India Gate ) on 26th jan 2009

( )

Prime Minister

( )

Defence Minister

( )

Home Minister

( )

Minister of External affairs

 

10

The British introduced the Railways in India in order to

( )

promote Heavy Industries In India

( )

Faciliate British Commerce and Administrative control

( )

move foodstuff in case of famine

( )

Enable Indians to move freely within Country

 

11

according to dadabhai naoroji "Swaraj" meant

( )

Complete Independence

( )

Self-Government

( )

Economic Independence

( )

Political Independence

 

12

which religious reformer of western-India was known as "Lokhitwadi"?

( )

Gopal Hari Deshmukh

( )

R.G.Bhandarkar

( )

Madhav Govind Ranade

( )

B.G.Tilak

 

13

which event brought about a profound change in Ashoka's administrative policy ?

( )

The third Buddhist

( )

The Kalinga War

( )

His embracing of Buddhism

( )

His Sending of missionary to ceylon

 

14

In which of the following states was president's rule imposed during the month of january 2009

( )

Uttarakhand

( )

Meghalaya

( )

Mizoram

( )

Jharkhand

 

15

where did Babur die ?

( )

Agra

( )

Kabul

( )

Lahore

( )

Delhi

 

16

The Present Indian Monetary system is based on

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Gold Reserve system

( )

Proportional Reserve system

( )

Convertible Currency System

( )

Minimum Reserve system

 

17

which of the following are correctly matched?

1.Sultan Mahmood - Sack of Somnath

2.Muhmmad Ghori- Conquest of sindh

3.Alaudin Khilji - Revolt in Bengal

4.Muhammad Bin tughlaq -changiz Khans Invansion

( )

1 and 3 only

( )

2 only

( )

3 only

( )

2 and 4 only

 

18

which of the undermentioned facts about Taj Mahal is not correct

( )

it is a magnificant mausoleum

( )

it was built by Shahjahan

( )

It is situated outside Agra fort

( )

The names of artisians who built it are engraved on it

 

19

India is called a mixed economy because of the existane of

1.Public sector

2.private sector

3.joint sector

4.Cooperative sector

( )

1 ,4

( )

1, 2

( )

3,4

( )

2,4

 

20

A situation where we have people whose level of income is not sufficient to meet the minimum consumption expenditure is considered as

( )

Absolute poverty

( )

Relative poverty

( )

Urban poverty

( )

Rural poverty

 

21

full convertability of a rupee means

( )

purchase of foreign exchange for rupee freely

( )

payment for imports in terms of rupee

( )

repayment of loans in terms of rupee

( )

determination of rate of exchange between rupee and foriegn currencies freely by the market forces of demand and supply

 

22

An exceptional demand curve is one that moves

( )

upwards to right

( )

downwards to right

( )

horizontally

( )

vertically

 

23

production function explains the relationship between

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initial inputs and ultimate output

( )

input and ultimate consumption

( )

output and consumption

( )

output and exports

 

24

who has been appointed the Governor of RBI after the retirement of shri Y.V.Reddy

( )

Dr Indra Rangrajan

( )

Dr Dilip Sanghvi

( )

Dr Vijay L Kelkar

( )

Shri D Subbarao

 

25

The draft of the five year plans in India is approved by the

( )

National Development Board

( )

Planning Commission

( )

National Productivity Council

( )

Ministry of finance

 

26

The term stagflation refers to a situation where

( )

growth has no relation with the change in prices

( )

rate of growth and prices both are decreasing

( )

rate of growth is faster than the rate of price increase

( )

rate of growth is slower than the rate of price increase

 

27

which is the largest state of India population wise according to 2001 census

( )

Maharastra

( )

Bihar

( )

Uttarpradesh

( )

West bengal

 

28

The term green revolution has been used to indicate hogher production through

( )

Creation of grasslands

( )

Planting more trees

( )

enhanced agriculture productivity per hectare

( )

creation of garden in urban areas

 

29

revealed prefence theory was propunded by

( )

Adam smith

( )

Marshell

( )

P.A.Samuelson

( )

J.S.Mill

 

30

Gross Domestic product is defined as the value of all

( )

goods produced in an economy in a year

( )

goods and services produced in an economy in a year

( )

final goods produced in an economy in a year

( )

final goods and services produced in an economy in a year

 

31

Among the follwing the celestial body farthest from the earth is

( )

Saturn

( )

Uranus

( )

Neptune

( )

Pluto

 

32

a soap bubble shows colours when illuminated with white light .this due to

( )

diffraction

( )

polarisation

( )

interference

( )

reflection

 

33

the instrument used to see the distant body on the Earth is

( )

terrestrial telescope

( )

astronomial telescope

( )

compound microscope

( )

simple microscope

 

34

In Economics the term 'utility' and 'Usefulness' have

( )

same meaning

( )

different meaning

( )

opposite meaning

( )

None of these

 

35

Nature of unemployment agriculture in India is

( )

only seasonal

( )

only disguised

( )

both A and B

( )

none of these

 

36

It is difficult to cook rice

( )

at top of the mountain

( )

at the sea level

( )

under a mine

( )

same anywhere

 

37

A dynamo is a device which

( )

creates mechanical engineering

( )

creates electrical energy

( )

convert mechanical energy into electrical energy

( )

convert electrical energy to mechanical energy

 

38

a person is hurt on kitting a stone due to

( )

inertia

( )

velocity

( )

reaction

( )

momentum

 

39

The fuse in our domestic electric circuit melts when thre is a high rise in

( )

inductance

( )

current

( )

Resistance

( )

capacitance

 

40

which of the following is example of cantilever beam

( )

Diving board

( )

Bridge

( )

See-saw

( )

Common balance

 

41

commercially sodium bi-carbonate is known as

( )

washing soda

( )

baking soda

( )

bleaching powder

( )

soda ash

 

42

An emulsifier is an agent which

( )

stablise an emulsion

( )

aids the flocculation of an emulsion

( )

accelerates the dispersion

( )

homogenies an emulsion

 

43

mortar is mixturee of water ,sand and

( )

slacked lime

( )

quick lime

( )

Limestone

( )

Gypsum

 

44

X-rays were discovered by

( )

Bacquerel

( )

Roentgen

( )

Marie curie

( )

Van Lue

 

45

which of the following substance is highly plastic

( )

quartz

( )

Mica

( )

Granite

( )

Clay

 

46

The National chemical laboratory (India) is located in

( )

Mumbai

( )

Bengaluru

( )

Diuretic

( )

Triuretic

 

47

A medicine which promotes the secretion of

( )

Adrenaline

( )

Monouretic

( )

Diuretic

( )

Triuretic

 

48

the chemicals released by one species of animals in orders to attract the other member of the same species are

( )

Harmones

( )

Nucleic acids

( )

Pheromones

( )

steroides

 

49

The tip of the match stick contains

( )

phosphorus pentaoxide

( )

white phosphorus

( )

red phosphorus

( )

phosphorus trichloride

 

50

Match the followings


 

Column 1 (product) column2(Source)

Choice

Match

Tartaric acid

Ants

citric acid

Tamarind

Formic acid

Lemon

 

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