Skip to main content

GS quiz k01

  1. What is ligament
  2. A man weighing 100kg will consist --------------litre of water(approx range)
  3. A mature living cell without a nucleus is a 
  4. what is a sieve cell,sieve tube,companion cell,vessel 
  5.  which group of blood group is universal loner. what is universal donor blood group. Do you know reason behind it. 
  6. A person suffering from beriberi should take which food.
    Beriberi is deficiency of which vitamin .Some nature of this disease.
  7. A plant leaf appears to be green because it . What is pigment behind green leaf.
  8. A women receive X chromosome from which parent.... mother/father/both/none
  9. AIDS caused by 
  10. Activity of brain is recorded by
  11. Acupuncture is a medical system of treatment in which
  12. ATP full name is ?  It comes under which bio-molecules
  13. Wisdom teeth are
  14. Which species are called invertebrates.enlist some in this class and some which are not in this class
  15. Animal active at night are  diurnal/nocturnal/parasites/nocto-diurnal 
  16. An infectious disease caused by a spiral shaped bacterium ,spread mainly by sexual
    syphillis /AIDS/Cancer/Tuberculosis
  17. Bacteriateria reproduce themselves by which method...
  18. Banana fruits Contains mainly which nutrients
  19. Blood does not coagulate inside the body due to presence of  :
    do you know hemoglobin,heparin,fibrin,plasma
  20. Blood hemoglobin have high affinity for   CO2,O2,H,CO
Answer will be explained aftersome. Note it and discuss it. it will be better....


Popular posts from this blog



13.0 Learning Outcome

13.1 Introduction

13.2 Initiatives towards Constitutional Status to Local Governance

13.2.1 Features of 73rd Constitutional Amendment

13.2.2 Features of 74th Constitutional Amendment

13.2.3 Decentralised Planning in Context of 73rd and 74th Constitutional Amendment Act

13.3 Initiatives after Economic Reforms

13.4 Functioning of PRIs in Various States after 73rd Amendment

13.5 Functioning of Local Governance after 73rd and 74th Constitutional Amendment: Observations

13.6 Conclusion

13.7 Key Concepts

13.8 References and Further Reading

13.9 Activities


After studying this Unit you should be able to:

• Identify the background of revitalisation of local governance;

• Understand the features of 73rd and 74th constitutional amendment;

• Discuss the initiatives after economic reforms; and

• Outlines the functioning of local governance in various states after the amendment.


The revitalization of Pancha…

Q. What is the meaning of the terms like ‘Pardon’, ‘Reprieve’, ‘Respite’, ‘Remission’ and ‘Commutation’ with respect to the power of the President to grant pardon to convicted persons?

Ans. In terms of their scope and effect, these terms have specific connotations. The effect of Pardon is to abolish punishment and to absolve the convict of all charges. If Pardon is granted, it is assured as if the convict has not committed any crime. The convict will not face any disabilities due to the allegations and charges made against him. ‘Remission’ means reducing the punishment without changing the nature of punishment. For example, the imprisonment for 20 years may be reduced to the imprisonment for 10 years. ‘Commutation’ means reducing the punishment by changing the nature of punishment. For example, punishment to death may be changed to life imprisonment. ‘Respite’ means reducing or changing the nature of punishment in view of the specific facts and circumstances of the convict. For example, the punishment to death awarded to a pregnant woman, may be changed to simple life imprisonment. Respite means delay in execution of punishment especially that of death, in order to …



1.0 Learning outcome

1.1 Introduction

1.2 Concept of Democratic Decentralisation

1.3 Evolution of Democratic Decentralisation

1.4 Significance of Democratic Decentralisation

1.5 Democratic Decentralisation in India

1.6 Conclusion

1.7 Key concepts

1.8 References and Further Reading

1.9 Activities


After studying this unit, you should be able to:

• Understand the concept of Democratic Decentralization;

• Know the evolution and significance of Democratic Decentralization; and

• Describe the Democratic Decentralization pattern in India.


The dawn of 21st century is marked by decentralized governance both as a strategy and philosophy of brining about reforms and changes in democracies. These changes led to such virtues of transparency, responsiveness and accountability and ensures good governance. Today decentralization and democracy are the most significant themes in the development discourse. In the present contex…