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1. Who is the Executive Head of a State in India ?
(A) The Governor (B) The Chief Minister
(C) The Prime Minister (D) The Speaker
2. Who wrote Arthashastra ?
(A) Amartya Sen (B) Kautilya
(C) Manmohan Singh (D) Montek Singh
3. Malaria is usually spread by ……… .
(A) female culex (B) flies
(C) male Anopheles (D) female Anopheles
4. The letter E in the acronym IAEA stands for :
(A) Environment (B) Energy
(C) Ecology (D) E-mail
5. The letter T in the acronym WTO stands for ………… .
(A) Trade (B) Tariff
(C) Textile (D) Taxes
6. With which sport is Rafael Nadal associated ?
(A) Badminton (B) Lawn Tennis
(C) Golf (D) Formula 1 Racing
7. Who was defeated in the Battle of Waterloo ?
(A) Napoleon (B) Hitler
(C) Stalin (D) Mussolini
8. World War II lasted from ……….. .
(A) 1914-20 (B) 1930-36
(C) 1939-45 (D) 1939-47
9. The currency of China is …………. .
(A) Yuan (B) Yen
(C) Chinese Dollar (D) Yang
10. What does 3G stand for in 3G Mobile Services ?
(A) Three Gigabytes (B) Third Generation
(C) Three Giga-pixel (D) Three Goals
11. Identify the Capital of Australia :
(A) Melbourne (B) Canberra
(C) Sydney (D) Perth
12. Who was the last King of Nepal ?
(A) Gyanendra (B) Mohindra
(C) Robindra (D) Paras
13. Richter Scale is used to register the intensity of ……….. .
(A) Volcanoes (B) Tidal Waves
(C) Wind Energy (D) Earthquakes
14. Amnesia means loss of ………. .
(A) Hearing (B) Eyesight
(C) Memory (D) Blood
15. Who founded Din-i-Ilahi ?
(A) Akbar (B) Aurangzeb
(C) Nizamuddin Chishti (D) Amir Khusro
16. Who replaced Shivraj Patil as the Home Minister of India in November 2008 ?
(A) P. Chidambaram (B) Pranab Mukherjee
(C) R. R. Patil (D) C. K. Antony
17. Barack Obama is the …………. President of the USA.
(A) 42nd (B) 43rd
(C) 44th (D) 45th
18. The Capital of Jharkhand is ………… .
(A) Ranchi (B) Patna
(C) Dhanbad (D) Raipur
19. Which is the largest Ocean ?
(A) Atlantic (B) Indian
(C) Pacific (D) Arctic
20. Which is the largest Desert in the World ?
(A) Sahara (B) Gobi
(C) Kalahari (D) Thar
21. Which State has two separate Capitals for Winter and Summer ?
(A) Arunachal Pradesh (B) Sikkim
(C) J & K (D) Uttarakhand
22. Where are the Headquarters of World Health Organization located ?
(A) Geneva (B) Paris
(C) New York (D) Rome
23. Who is associated with the Theory of Relativity ?
(A) Newton (B) Galileo
(C) Kepler (D) Einstein
24. The planet nearest to the Sun is ……….. .
(A) Venus (B) Mars
(C) Earth (D) Mercury
25. The letter S in the acronym AIDS stands for ………… .
(A) Society (B) Sickness
(C) Syndrome (D) Status
26. In which country is Swat Valley ?
(A) Afghanistan (B) Talibanistan
(C) Baluchistan (D) Pakistan
27. The new name of Spice Telecom is …………. .
(A) Idea Cellular (B) Hutch
(C) Aircel (D) Vodafone
28. LTTE is an organization based in …………. .
(A) Pakistan (B) Sri Lanka
(C) Afghanistan (D) India
29. On whose novel is the story of the movie Slumdog Millionaire based ?
(A) Raja Rao (B) Danny Boyle
(C) Aravind Adiga (D) Vikas Swarup
30. Tamasha is associated with the State of …………. .
(A) Assam (B) J & K
(C) Maharashtra (D) Orissa
31. Who is famous for his Bansuri vadan (Flute playing) ?
(A) Hari Prasad Chaurasia (B) Amjad Khan
(C) Ravi Shankar (D) Shiv Prasad
32. Which one of these flows into the Arabian Sea ?
(A) Godavari (B) Krishna
(C) Narmada (D) Kaveri
33. Sunderbans is the largest …………… forest in the world.
(A) Teak (B) Deodar
(C) Mangrove (D) Oak
34. The largest soil group found in India is ………… .
(A) Black (B) Laterite
(C) Alluvial (D) Red
35. In India, economic liberalization started in :
(A) 1971 (B) 1981
(C) 1991 (D) 2001
36. In which language has Ramcharitmanas been written by Tulsidas ?
(A) Sanskrit (B) Pali
(C) Hindi (D) Prakriti
37. Who is the author of Geet Govinda ?
(A) Kalidas (B) Bharat Muni
(C) Surdas (D) Jayadeva
38. Who has written the National Song of India ?
(A) Tagore (B) Nazrul Islam
(C) Bankim Chandra (D) Mahatama Gandhi
39. The Third Battle of Panipat was fought between ………… .
(A) The Afghans and the Marathas (B) The French and the English
(C) Babur and Ibrahim Lodhi (D) Akbar and Bairam Khan
40. With which religion do we associate the Jataka Tales ?
(A) Hinduism (B) Buddhism
(C) Jainism (D) Zoroasterianism
41. In Ramayana, Lakshman is the son of ………….. .
(A) Kaushalya (B) Sumitra
(C) Kaikeyi (D) Gandhari
42. The Southernmost point of India Indira Point is in …………… .
(A) Tamilnadu (B) Kerala
(C) Lakshwadeep (D) Andaman and Nicobar Islands
43. Which two countries does the Palk Strait separate ?
(A) India and Indonesia (B) Sri Lanka and Maldives
(C) India and Sri Lanka (D) Pakistan and Iran
44. The Kutch region is located in …………… .
(A) J & K (B) West Bengal
(C) Gujarat (D) Karnataka
45. Radcliffe Line demarcates the boundary between India and ……………. .
(A) China (B) Pakistan
(C) Burma (D) Afghanistan
46. According to the Preamble to the Indian Constitution, who has given the Constitution to the People of
(A) The President (B) The Constituent Assembly
(C) The Parliament (D) The People of India
47. In which city is Charminar located ?
(A) Ahmedabad (B) Lucknow
(C) Hyderabad (D) Gandhinagar
48. Which country is in the news for the problem of Sea-pirates recently ?
(A) Cuba (B) Afghanistan
(C) Somalia (D) Ethiopia
49. Who has written War and Peace ?
(A) Tolstoy (B) Dostoevsky
(C) Chekhov (D) Pushkin
50. The letter A in the acronym NATO stands for …………. .
(A) Association (B) Agreement
(C) Allied (D) Atlantic
51. Kalhana from Kashmir is primarily famous as a/an ………….. .
(A) Novelist (B) Philosopher
(C) Historian (D) Emperor
52. According to the Preamble to the Indian Constitution, India is not a ………….. Republic.
(A) Sovereign (B) Democratic
(C) Socialist (D) Nationalist
53. What was known as Burma is now known as ………… .
(A) Kampuchea (B) Yangoon
(C) Myanmar (D) New Burma
54. UNO was established in the year ………… .
(A) 1914 (B) 1939
(C) 1945 (D) 1943
55. Which Article of the Indian Constitution guarantees “Equality before Law” to every person ?
(A) Article 14 (B) Article 21
(C) Article 19 (D) Article 356
56. Which Ocean separates the Americas from Europe ?
(A) Atlantic (B) Pacific
(C) Mediterranean (D) Antarctic
57. Dandi (as in Gandhi ji’s Dandi March) is the name of a …………. .
(A) village (B) poet
(C) music form (D) dance form
58. Who is known as the Iron Man of India ?
(A) Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel (B) Subhash Chander Bose
(C) Lala Lajpat Rai (D) Indira Gandhi
59. Who has taken the maximum number of Wickets in Test Cricket ?
(A) Muttiah Muralidharan (B) Shane Warne
(C) Anil Kumble (D) Wasim Akram
60. Who has written the famous novels Godan and Gaban ?
(A) Jayashankar Prasad (B) Munshi Premchand
(C) Girish Karnad (D) Sadat Hassan Manto
61. Identify the word nearest in meaning to the word LETHAL :
(A) Lawful (B) Unlawful
(C) Deadly (D) Lively
62. Identify the word nearest in meaning to the word AFFLUENT :
(A) Prosperous (B) Fluent
(C) Talkative (D) Poor
63. What is the word for “A disease which spreads by contact” ?
(A) Infectious (B) Contagious
(C) Contiguous (D) Contractual
64. Fill in the blank in “What is the time ………….. your watch?”
(A) in (B) on
(C) by (D) at
65. Identify the word with the correct spellings :
(A) Committee (B) Comitee
(C) Commitee (D) Comittee
66. Identify the word that is not spelt correctly :
(A) Accommodation (B) Success
(C) Receive (D) Concious
67. The word ‘stoned’ in the sentence “He was stoned to death.” is :
(A) a Verb (B) an Adjective
(C) a Noun (D) an Adverb
68. “To be above board” means to :
(A) survive (B) be honest
(C) sail in a ship (D) live on the first floor
69. “An axe to grind” means to :
(A) be a warrior (B) have a selfish motive
(C) sharpen weapons (D) to cut trees
70. “Hydrophobia” means fear of …………… .
(A) Heights (B) Dogs
(C) Water (D) Electricity
71. Under which Article of the Constitution special status is granted to the State of Jammu and Kashmir :
(A) Art. 70 (B) Art. 170
(C) Art. 270 (D) Art. 370
72. Which day is celebrated as a “Consumer day” ?
(A) 15th March (B) 30th June
(C) 15th Oct. (D) 10th Dec.
73. Which day is celebrated as “Human Rights Day” ?
(A) 26th Jan. (B) 26th Oct.
(C) 10th March (D) 10th Dec.
74. Advisory jurisdiction is rested with :
(A) Subordinate Courts (B) High Courts
(C) Supreme Courts (D) All the Courts
75. “Life imprisonment” in India means imprisonment for :
(A) 10 years (B) 14 years
(C) 20 years (D) for life
76. Which of the following writs can be issued to release the person from illegal detention ?
(A) Habeas corpus (B) Mandamus
(C) Prohibition (D) Quo warranto
77. How many amendments have been made to the Constitution of India so far ?
(A) 94 (B) 97
(C) 104 (D) 114
78. What is the salary of the Vice-President of India ?
(A) Rs. 1,50,000 (B) Rs. 1,25,000
(C) Rs. 1,10,000 (D) Rs. 1,00,000
79. How many languages are recognised in the eighth schedule of the Constitution ?
(A) 8 (B) 10
(C) 18 (D) 22
80. In which case the Supreme Court upheld the Constitutional validity of the Central Educational Institutions
(Reservation in Admissions) Act, 2006 ?
(A) Kesavananda Bharti Case (B) T.M.A. Pai Foundation Case
(C) Ashok Kumar Thakur Case (D) Minerva Mill Ltd. Case
81. What is a “Moot Court” ?
(A) Debatable question (B) Basic fact of the case
(C) Mock court (D) Magistrate’s real court
82. Within how much period a person is required to be produced before the magistrate ?
(B) Within 12 hours
(C) Within 24 hours
(D) Within 24 hours excluding the time taken from the place of arrest to the nearest magistrate.
83. Capital punishment means punishment for :
(A) 7 years (B) 10 years
(C) 20 years (D) Life or death sentence
84. Right to education has been declared as fundamental right under article ……………. .
(A) 21 (B) 21–A
(C) 31 (D) 31–A
85. “Judicial review” means :
(A) Review of the order
(B) Review by the higher court
(C) Review of the decision of magistrate
(D) Power of the court to determine the Constitutional validity of the Act of Legislature or Executive action
86. “Bonafide” means :
(A) In good faith (B) In bad faith
(C) In good behaviour (D) In bad behaviour
87. The President of India subscribes the oath in the presence of :
(A) Vice-President (B) Prime Minister
(C) Chief Justice of India (D) Law Minister of India
88. “Ultra Vires” is a term used for :
(A) minute virus in the computer (B) an act beyond the authority
(C) an act only authorised by law (D) an act carefully undertaken
89. Joint sitting of both the Houses of Parliament is presided over by the :
(A) President (B) Vice-President
(C) Prime Minister (D) Speaker
90. How many High Courts are there in India ?
(A) 18 (B) 21
(C) 25 (D) 27
91. Candle : Sun : : Pound :
(A) Water (B) Ocean
(C) Sea (D) Well
92. Pointing to a boy in the photograph, Madhu said, “his sister is the only daughter of my father.” How is
the boy related to Madhu’s father ?
(A) father (B) brother
(C) son (D) cousin
93. Radha stands with her face in the South East direction. She walks 15 m and then turns northwards and
walks 12 m. How far is she from the starting time ?
(A) 12 m (B) 10 m
(C) 9 m (D) 5 m
94. Find the missing number in the following series
4, 6, 3, 5, 2, ?
(A) 8 (B) 4
(C) 3 (D) 6
95. Which one of the following does not possess the common property that the other three numbers do ?
(A) 64 (B) 45
(C) 36 (D) 25
96. A is taller than C but shorter than G
S is shorter than C but taller than R
B is taller than R but shorter than S
H is taller than A but shorter than G
Who stands in the middle ?
(A) S (B) C
(C) A (D) B
97. Fill in the blank in the series 47, 32, __ 11, 5, 2 :
(A) 27 (B) 20
(C) 15 (D) 12
98. If there are five Saturdays in a month, what will be the 1st day of the month ?
(A) Monday (B) Tuesday
(C) Wednesday (D) Thursday
99. If 5 and 3, 8 and 6, 9 and 4, and 2 and 7 change themselves mutually, what will 84325 become ?
(A) 65937 (B) 69753
(C) 69573 (D) 96537
100.Fill in the next two blanks in the series 1+3; 4+5; 9+7; _____; _____ :
(A) 16+7 ; 25+9 (B) 14 + 9 ; 21 + 15
(C) 16 + 9 ; 25 + 11 (D) 16 + 12 ; 25 + 16
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
A B D B A B A C A B
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
B A D C A A C A C A
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
C A D D C D A B D C
31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
A C C C C C D C A B
41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50
B D C C B D C C A D
51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60
C D C C A A A A A B
61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70
C A B C A D A B B C
71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80
D A D C D A A B D C
81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90
C D D B D A C B D B
91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100
X C C B B B B D C C