1. The freedom fighter who died in jail due to hunger strike was
a. Bhagat singh
b. Bipin Chandra pal
c. Jatin Das
d. Subhash Chandra Bose
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2. Poona pact was singed between
a. Gandhiji, Lord Irwin
b. Gandhiji, Jinnah
c. Gandhiji, SC Bose
d. Gandiji, Ambedkar
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3. Sarvodaya stands for
a. total revolution
b. non-cooperation
c. upliftment of all
d. non-violence
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4. ‘India War of Independence 1857’ is written by
a. SN Sen
b. RC Majumdar
c. VD Savarkar
d. SB Chaudhari
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5. The vijay Satambha (Tower of victory) at Chittor was built by
a. Rana Pratap
b. Rana Kumbha
c. Rana Sanga
d. Bappa Raval
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6. Rotation of the earth causes deflection of wind by
a. Coriolis force
b. Dynamic force
c. Gradient force
d. Gravity force
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7. What does happens when water is condensed into ice?
a. Heat is absorbed
b. Heat is released
c. Quantity of heat remains unchanged
d. None of the above
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8. The Highest grade and best quality coal is 
a. Lignite
b. Peat
c. Bituminous
d. Anthracite
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9. Energy that is produced commercially from coal is called
a. Ligth energy
b. Kinetic energy
c. Themal energy
d. Potential energy
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10. The island of Corsica is associated with
a. Mussolini
b. Hitler
c. Napolean Bonaparte
d. Winston Churchill
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11. The headquarters of organization of petroleum Exporting Countries is located in
a. Vienna
b. Riyadh
c. Kuwait city
d. Abu Dhabi
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12. The speaker’s vote in the Lok Sabha is called
a. Casting Vote
b. Sound Vote
c. Direct Vote
d. Indirect Vote
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13. Union Budget is always presented first in 
a. The Lok Sabha
b. The Rajya Sabha
c. Joint Session of the Parliament
d. The State Assemblies
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14. The maximum strength of the Lok Sabha, as stipulated in the constitution of India, is
a. 500
b. 525
c. 550
d. 552
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15. The speaker of the Lok Sabha addresses his letter of resignation to the
a. Prime Minister of Inida
b. President of India
c. Vice President of India
d. Deputy Speaker of Lok Sabha
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16. Under the administration of which one of the following is the department of Atomic Energy?
a. Prime Minister’s office
b. Cabinet Secretary
c. Ministry of Science and Technology
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17. Which of the following countries have an unwritten constitution?
a. USA
b. UK
c. India
d. Pakistan
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18. Which of the following is an extra constitutional body?
b. Finance Commission
c. Election Commission
d. Planning C.m
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19. Mahalanobis Model has been associated with which Five Year Plan?
a. First Five Year Plan
b. Second Five Year Plan
c. Third Five Year Plan
d. Fourth Five Year Plan
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20. The planning commission of India was constituted in the year?
a. 1942
b. 1947
c. 1950
d. 1955
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21. When was the First National Forest Policy issued by the Government of India?
a. 1940
b. 1942
c. 1952
d. 1999
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22. Where is the Forest Reserve Institute of India located?
a. Dehradun
b. Bhopal
c. Lucknow
d. Delhi
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23. Singhbhum is famous for
a. Coal
b. Iron
c. Copper
d. Aluminium
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24. The standard of living in a country is represented by its
a. Poverty Ratio
b. Per Capita Income
c. National Income
d. Unemployment Rate
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25. Which plan gave emphasis on removal of poverty for the first time?
a. Fourth
b. Fifth
c. Sixth
d. Seventh
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26. The Blue Revolution is related with 
a. fish production
b. food grain production
c. oilseed production
d. milk production
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27. The fertile land between two rivers in called?
a. watershed
b. water divide
c. doab
d. terai
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28. The head office of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) is in
a. Manila
b. Jakarta
c. Honululu
d. Geneva
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29. SDR stands for
a. Stae Drawing Rights
b. Special Drawing Rights
c. Special Dollar Rights
d. Special Dollar Rights
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30. Curie is a unit of
a. energy of gamma rays
b. half life
c. intensity of gamma rays
d. radioactivity
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31. The fuel used in nuclear power plants is
a. U-235
b. U-238
c. U-236
d. U-239
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32. When light waves pass from air to glass, the variables affected are
a. wavelength, frequency and velocity
b. velocity and frequencey
c. wavelength and frequency
d. wavelength and velocity
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33. IS unit of magnetic flux is
a. weber-m2
b. weber
c. weber / m
d. weber / m 2
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34. Benzene is a polymer of
a. Methane
b. Acetylene
c. Ethane
d. Ethylene
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35. ‘Misch Metal’ is widely used in manufacture of which of the following.
a. material of car brake
b. smoke detectors
c. cigarette lighters
d. emergency lights
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36. Aristotle is not known as
a. Father of Biology
b. Father of Zoology
c. Founder of Embryology
d. Father of Botany
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37. Bacteria helpful in making curd from milk
a. Mycobacterium
b. Staphlio coccus
c. Lacto bacillus
d. Yeast
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38. Which microorganism causes hepatitis B?
a. Virus
b. Protozoa
c. Bacteria
d. None of these
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39. Which of the following is not a Kharif crop?
a. Cotton
b. Groundnut
c. Maize
d. Mustard
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40. In which organ of the human body are the lymphocytes cells formed?
a. Liver
b. Long bone
c. Pancrease
d. Spleen
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41. The bone tibia is found in
a. Skull
b. Leg
c. Arm
d. Mouth
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42. Haemoglobin is an important component of
a. RBC
b. WBC
c. Platletes
d. Cytoplasm
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43. The major component of honey is
a. Glucose
b. Sucrose
c. Maltose
d. Fructose
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44. A computer cannot ”boot” if it does not have the
a. compiler
b. loader
c. operatin system
d. assembler
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45. A can do a piece of work in 18 days. B in 27 days and C in 36 days. They start woriking together but only C work till the completion. A leaves 7 days and B leaves 8 days before the completion of work. The whole work was completed in
a. 12 days
b. 16 days
c. 14 days
d. 11 days
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46. After I had spent 1/3 and 1/4 of the money I had, I was left with Rs. 60. How much did I have originally?
a. Rs. 80
b. Rs. 144
c. Rs. 180
d. Rs. 100
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47. Out of the questions solved by a students the number of incorrect solutions was twice the correct answers. He solved 48 questions. How many answers were correctly solved?
a. 12
b. 16
c. 24
d. 18
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48. People and horses in the same number werw going some where. Half of the owners were riding their horses and the remaining were walking on foot with the horses. If the total number of teet of walkers was 70. How many were the horses?
a. 10
b. 12
c. 14
d. 16
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49. A man bought 5 shirts at Rs. 450 each, 4 trousers at Rs. 750 each and 12 pairs of shoes at Rs. 750 each.What is the average expenditure per article?
a. Rs.900
b. Rs.678.50
c. Rs.800
d. Rs.1000
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50. A lucky boy has been getting HEADS every time in 3 tosses of a coin. What is the probability that he will get HEADS again in the fourth tossing of the coing?
a. 1/16
b. 1/8
c. 1/4
d. 1/2
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