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Preliminary​​ Examination​​ 2019

(English​​ Version)

The​​ Option​​ Which​​ looks​​ Green​​ is​​ correct​​ Answer.

 

1. ​​ The​​ word​​ 'beleaguered'​​ means

    ​​ (A)​​ Belittled       ​​ (B)​​ Benefitted        (C)​​ Troubled      ​​ (D)​​ Irritated

 

2. ​​ Find​​ the​​ appropriate​​ synonym​​ of​​ the​​ word​​ 'Indefatigable'.

     (A)​​ Tireless       ​​ (B)​​ Indomitable       ​​ (C)​​ Unhappy       ​​ (D)​​ Incompatible

 

3. ​​ The​​ detective​​ suddenly ——​​ a​​ useful​​ clue.​​ Fill​​ in​​ with​​ the​​ right​​ phrasal​​ verb.

    ​​ (A)​​ gave​​ in       (B)​​ came​​ across       ​​ (C)​​ fill​​ up      ​​ (D)​​ fell​​ down

 

4. ​​ The​​ tranquillity​​ and sanctity of​​ the​​ place​​ soothed​​ us.​​ Replace​​ the​​ underlined​​ word​​ with​​ a​​ suitable​​ word.

    ​​ (A)​​ Security        (B)​​ Holines      ​​ (C)​​ Equanimity      ​​ (D)​​ Placidity

 

5. ​​ Correct​​ the​​ following​​ sentence​​ and​​ choose​​ the​​ right​​ answer:​​ We​​ had​​ gone​​ to​​ the​​ movies​​ last​​ night.

    ​​ (A)​​ We​​ had​​ gone​​ to​​ the​​ movies​​ last​​ night.

     (B)​​ We​​ went​​ to​​ the​​ movies​​ last​​ night.

    ​​ (C)​​ We​​ should​​ have​​ gone​​ to​​ the​​ movies​​ last​​ night.

    ​​ (D)​​ We​​ have​​ gone​​ to​​ the​​ movies​​ last​​ night.

 

6. ​​ Select​​ the​​ right​​ answer:​​ My​​ watch​​ is​​ five​​ minutes ——.​​  

     (A)​​ slow     ​​ (B)​​ lately      ​​ (C)​​ past     ​​ (D)​​ late

 

7. ​​ Fill​​ in​​ with​​ suitable​​ conjunction: ​​ He​​ advanced ——​​ he​​ could.

    ​​ (A)​​ until      ​​ (B)​​ while       (C)​​ as​​ far​​ as      ​​ (D)​​ as

 

8. ​​ Select​​ the​​ correct​​ answer​​ to​​ fill​​ in​​ the​​ blank:​​ I​​ am​​ sure​​ I ——​​ him​​ before.

     (A)​​ have​​ met      ​​ (B)​​ met      ​​ (C)​​ had​​ met       ​​ (D)​​ will​​ meet

 

9. ​​ Fill​​ in​​ with​​ the​​ right​​ option:​​ I —— ​​ him​​ for​​ a​​ long​​ time.

     (A)​​ have​​ known      ​​ (B)​​ knew      ​​ (C)​​ had​​ known       ​​ (D)​​ should​​ have​​ known

 

10.​​ Which​​ is​​ the​​ correct​​ form​​ of​​ the​​ given​​ sentence:​​ They​​ discussed​​ about​​ the​​ matter.

     ​​ (A)​​ They​​ had​​ discussed​​ about​​ the​​ matter.

     ​​ (B)​​ They​​ should​​ have​​ discussed​​ about​​ the​​ matter.

      (C)​​ They​​ discussed​​ the​​ matter.

     ​​ (D)​​ The​​ given​​ sentence​​ is​​ correct.

 

11.​​ Change​​ the​​ voice​​ of​​ the​​ verb​​ and​​ select​​ the​​ correct​​ answer:​​ 'The​​ script​​ is​​ being​​ written.'

     ​​ (A)​​ The​​ script​​ will​​ have​​ to​​ be​​ written.

     ​​ (B)​​ Write​​ the​​ script.

      (C)​​ They​​ are​​ writing​​ the​​ script.

     ​​ (D)​​ They​​ have​​ been​​ writing​​ the​​ script.

 

12.​​ The​​ idiomatic​​ expression​​ 'see​​ eye​​ to​​ eye'​​ means

      (A)​​ agree​​ with​​ someone.   ​​ (B)​​ to​​ remain​​ neutral.   ​​ (C)​​ to​​ take​​ over​​ (something).   ​​ (D)​​ to​​ enjoy​​ the​​ best​​ of​​ both.

 

13.​​ Ornithology​​ is​​ the​​ study​​ of

     ​​ (A)​​ Fish      ​​ (B)​​ Coins      ​​ (C)​​ Relics       (D)​​ Birds

 

14.​​ Ram​​ made​​ the​​ most​​ ——​​ his​​ resources.​​ Choose​​ the​​ correct​​ preposition.

     ​​ (A)​​ at​​  ​​  ​​   (B)​​ of      ​​ (C)​​ from      ​​ (D)​​ with

 

15.​​ The​​ word​​ necrophilia​​ means

      ​​ (A)​​ Love​​ for​​ insects​​  ​​   ​​ (B)​​ Love​​ for​​ children     ​​ (C)​​ Cultivation​​ of​​ knowledge      (D)​​ Fascination​​ with​​ dead​​ bodies

 

16:​​ Convert​​ the​​ given​​ sentence​​ into​​ an​​ interrogative​​ sentence:​​ I​​ will​​ meet​​ you​​ at​​ the​​ train​​ station.

     ​​ (A)​​ When​​ will​​ you​​ meet​​ me?

     ​​ (B)​​ How​​ will​​ you​​ meet​​ me?

 ​​  ​​   (C)​​ Where​​ will​​ you​​ meet​​ me?

     ​​ (D)​​ Can't​​ you​​ meet​​ me?

 

17.​​ She​​ wanted​​ to​​ go​​ on​​ vacation,​​ so​​ she​​ saved​​ money.​​ Convert​​ this​​ to​​ a​​ simple​​ sentence.

      (A)​​ As​​ she​​ wanted​​ to​​ go​​ on​​ vacation​​ she​​ saved​​ money.

     ​​ (B)​​ She​​ saved​​ money​​ for​​ vacation.

     ​​ (C)​​ She​​ wanted​​ to​​ go​​ on​​ vacation​​ and​​ saved​​ her​​ money.

     ​​ (D)​​ Although​​ she​​ saved​​ her​​ money,​​ she​​ wanted​​ to​​ go​​ on​​ vacation.

 

18.​​ Convert​​ the​​ given​​ sentence​​ into​​ a​​ simple​​ sentence:

     ​​ Pancakes​​ are​​ delicious​​ but​​ not​​ without​​ syrup.

     ​​ (A)​​ Pancakes​​ are​​ delicious​​ when​​ served​​ with​​ syrup.

     ​​ (B)​​ Pancakes​​ are​​ delicious​​ only​​ with​​ syrup.

      (C)​​ If​​ served​​ with​​ syrup,​​ pancakes​​ are​​ delicious.

     ​​ (D)​​ None​​ of​​ the​​ above

 

19.​​ Add​​ a​​ suitable​​ prefix​​ to​​ form​​ the​​ opposite​​ of​​ the​​ word​​ 'Balance'.

     ​​ (A)​​ Nonbalance      ​​ (B)​​ Unbalance      ​​ (C)​​ Disbalance      (D)​​ Imbalance

 

20.​​ Fill​​ in​​ with​​ the​​ appropriate​​ word​​ :

     ​​ The​​ jury ——​​ divided​​ in​​ their​​ opinion.

      (A)​​ were       ​​ (B)​​ was       ​​ (C)​​ have​​ been       ​​ (D)​​ have

 

21.​​ Fill​​ in​​ the​​ blank​​ with​​ the​​ suitable​​ option:​​ Let's​​ meet​​ ——​​ next​​ week.

     ​​ (A)​​ sometimes        (B)​​ sometime       ​​ (C)​​ some​​ time      ​​ (D)​​ some​​ times

 

22.​​ Choose​​ the​​ right​​ option​​ to​​ rewrite​​ the​​ sentence​​ :

     ​​ No​​ sooner ——​​ the​​ sun​​ risen​​ than​​ the​​ fog​​ disappeared.

     ​​ (A)​​ did       ​​ (B)​​ has        (C)​​ had       ​​ (D) was

 

23.​​ He​​ says​​ he​​ has​​ invented​​ a​​ time​​ machine,​​ which​​ is​​ clearly a​​ load​​ of​​ cobblers.

     ​​ (A)​​ Genuine       ​​ (B)​​ Great        (C)​​ Nonsense       ​​ (D)​​ Significant

 

24.​​ He.entered​​ the​​ hall​​ in​​ the​​ ——​​ part​​ of​​ the​​ show.​​ Which​​ is​​ the​​ right​​ answer?

     ​​ (A)​​ Latter       (B)​​ Later      ​​ (C)​​ Late  ​​  ​​  ​​ (D)​​ Lately

 

25.​​ He​​ preferred​​ classical​​ music​​ ——​​ popular​​ numbers.​​ Choose​​ the​​ correct​​ preposition.

     ​​ (A)​​ from       ​​ (B)​​ of       ​​ (C)​​ over        (D)​​ to

 

26.​​ East​​ Kolkata​​ wetlands​​ have​​ been​​ declared​​ as

     ​​ (A)​​ Biodiversity​​ site      ​​ (B)​​ Tourist​​ site       ​​ (C)​​ World​​ Heritage​​ site       (D)​​ Ramsar​​ site

 

27.​​ Bhur​​ of​​ Upper​​ Ganga​​ Plain​​ of​​ India​​ is

      (A)​​ Undulating,​​ aeolian​​ sandy​​ deposit    ​​ (B)​​ Older​​ alluvium    ​​ (C)​​ Newer​​ alluvium     ​​ (D)​​ Muddy​​ areas

 

28.​​ West​​ Bengal​​ Land​​ Reform​​ Act​​ came​​ into​​ force​​ in

     ​​ (A)​​ 1956       ​​ (B)​​ 1958       (C)​​ 1955  ​​  ​​  ​​ (D)​​ 1959

 

29.​​ Head​​ Quarter​​ of​​ Central​​ Inland​​ Water​​ Transport​​ Corporation​​ of​​ India​​ is​​ located​​ in

     ​​ (A)​​ Allahabad       (B)​​ Kolkata        ​​ (C)​​ Cochin      ​​ (D)​​ Mumbai

 

30.​​ Metro​​ rail​​ was​​ started​​ in​​ Kolkata​​ in

      (A)​​ 1984      ​​ (B) 1986      ​​ (C)​​ 1988       ​​ (D)​​ 1989

 

31.​​ About​​ 80%​​ of​​ the​​ coal​​ reserves​​ of​​ India​​ lie​​ in​​ the

      (A)​​ Damodar​​ valley     ​​ (B)​​ Son​​ valley      ​​ (C)​​ Mahanadi​​ valley     ​​ (D)​​ Godavari​​ valley

 

32.​​ The​​ full-fledged​​ state​​ of​​ Telengana​​ came​​ into​​ existence​​ on

     ​​ (A)​​ 1st​​ June,​​ 2013      (B)​​ 1st​​ June,​​ 2014     ​​ (C)​​ 1st​​ June,​​ 2015     ​​ (D)​​ 1st​​ June,​​ 2016

     ​​ (Note:​​ Actually​​ On 2 ​​ June,​​ 2014,​​ Telangana​​ became​​ the​​ 29th​​ state​​ of​​ India)

 

33.​​ Dhanekhali​​ is​​ famous​​ for

      (A)​​ Tant​​ industry      ​​ (B)​​ Paper​​ industry      ​​ (C)​​ Jute​​ industry      ​​ (D)​​ Leather​​ industry

 

34.​​ Western​​ part​​ of​​ Tista ​​ rirver​​ is​​ known​​ as

     ​​ (A)​​ Terai        (B)​​ Duars       ​​ (C)​​ Tal​​  ​​   ​​ (D)​​ Diara

 

35.​​ Sundarban​​ is​​ declared​​ as​​ 'World​​ Heritage​​ Site'​​ for

     ​​ (A)​​ Tiger​​ reserve     ​​ (B)​​ Sundari​​ tree        (C)​​ Mangrove​​ forest      ​​ (D)​​ Biodiversity

 

36.​​ Jalpaiguri​​ town​​ is​​ located​​ in​​ the​​ bank​​ of

      (A)​​ Tista​​ and​​ Karala​​ river

     ​​ (B)​​ Tista​​ and​​ Jaldhaka​​ river

     ​​ (C)​​ Jaldhaka​​ and​​ Raidhak​​ river

     ​​ (D)​​ Tista​​ and​​ Raidhak​​ river

 

37.​​ Rammam​​ hydroelectric​​ power​​ is​​ located​​ in

     ​​ (A)​​ Purulia      ​​ (B)​​ Bankura      ​​ (C)​​ Jalpaiguri      (D)​​ Darjeeling

 

38.​​ Which​​ of​​ the​​ following​​ pairs​​ is​​ incorrectly​​ matched?

     ​​ (A)​​ Bhitarkanika​​ :​​ Olive​​ ridley​​ turtles

     ​​ (B)​​ Dalma​​ Hills​​ :​​ Wild​​ elephants

     ​​ (C)​​ Kaziranga​​ :​​ One-horned​​ rhinos

      (D)​​ Dachigam​​ :​​ Asiatic​​ lions

 

39.​​ First​​ railway​​ line​​ was​​ started​​ in​​ West​​ Bengal​​ between

      (A)​​ Howrah​​ to​​ Hooghly      ​​ (B)​​ Howrah​​ to​​ Ranigunge      ​​ (C)​​ Howrah​​ to​​ Burdwan     ​​ (D)​​ Sealdah​​ to​​ Naihati

 

40.​​ The​​ tropic​​ of​​ Cancer​​ does​​ not​​ pass​​ through

     ​​ (A)​​ Mizoram       ​​ (B)​​ Tripura​​  ​​  ​​    (C)​​ Orissa       ​​ (D)​​ Madhya​​ Pradesh

 

41.​​ The​​ Shola​​ forest​​ found​​ in

     ​​ (A)​​ The​​ Himalayas       (B)​​ The​​ Western​​ Ghats      ​​ (C)​​ The​​ Vindhyan       ​​ (D)​​ The​​ Eastern​​ Ghats

 

42.​​ Kolleru​​ lake​​ is​​ located​​ between

     ​​ (A)​​ Godavari​​ and​​ Cauvery     (B)​​ Godavari​​ and​​ Krishna    ​​ (C)​​ Krishna​​ and​​ Cauvery    ​​ (D)​​ Mahanadi​​ and​​ Godavari

 

43.​​ What​​ is​​ Demographic​​ Dividend?

     ​​ (A)​​ Increase​​ in​​ 0-5​​ year​​ age​​ group​​ of​​ population

     ​​ (B)​​ Increase​​ in​​ 6-15​​ year​​ age​​ group​​ of​​ population

      (C)​​ Increase​​ in​​ 16-64​​ year​​ age​​ group​​ of​​ population

     ​​ (D)​​ Increase​​ in​​ over​​ 65​​ year​​ age​​ group​​ of​​ population

 

44.​​ Which​​ of​​ the​​ following​​ district​​ was​​ not​​ in​​ West​​ Bengal​​ at​​ the​​ time​​ of​​ Independence​​ of​​ India?

      (A)​​ Coochbehar      ​​ (B)​​ Howrah     ​​ (C)​​ Darjeeling​​  ​​  ​​  ​​ (D)​​ Murshidabad

 

45.​​ Literacy​​ rate​​ of​​ West​​ Bengal​​ is

     ​​ (A)​​ 82.67%       ​​ (B)​​ 74.04%       (C)​​ 77.08%       ​​ (D)​​ 71.16%

 

46.​​ Mention​​ the​​ name​​ of​​ the​​ state​​ which​​ has​​ larger​​ boundary​​ with​​ West​​ Bengal​​ among​​ the​​ following​​ states​​ of​​ India.

      (A)​​ Jharkhand      ​​ (B)​​ Bihar      ​​ (C)​​ Orissa       ​​ (D)​​ Assam

 

47.​​ Lakshadweep​​ is​​ an​​ island​​ of

      (A)​​ Coral​​ island      ​​ (B) Volcanic​​ island      ​​ (C)​​ Tectonic​​ island      ​​ (D)​​ Alluvial​​ island

 

48.​​ In​​ India,​​ which​​ type​​ of​​ forest​​ among​​ the​​ following​​ occupies​​ the​​ largest​​ area​​ ?

     ​​ (A)​​ Tropical​​ Wet​​ evergreen

      (B)​​ Tropical​​ Moist​​ deciduous

     ​​ (C)​​ Montane​​ Wet​​ temperate

     ​​ (D)​​ Tropical​​ Dry​​ deciduous

 

49.​​ Manasarovar​​ lake​​ lies​​ in

     ​​ (A)​​ Karakoram​​ Range      ​​ (B)​​ Pirpanjal​​ Range      (C)​​ Kailas​​ Range     ​​ (D)​​ Mahabharata​​ Range

 

50.​​ Shilong​​ is​​ situated​​ in

 ​​  ​​  ​​ (A)​​ The​​ Naga​​ Hills      ​​ (B)​​ The​​ Garo​​ Hills       (C)​​ The​​ Khasi​​ Hills     ​​ (D)​​ The​​ Mikir​​ Hills

 

51.​​ "At​​ the​​ stroke​​ of​​ midnight,​​ when​​ the​​ world​​ sleeps,​​ India​​ will​​ awake​​ to​​ life​​ and​​ freedom,"was​​ said​​ by

     ​​ (A)​​ Lord​​ Mountbatten     ​​ (B)​​ Dr​​ Rajendra​​ Prasad      (C)​​ Jawaharlal​​ Nehru     ​​ (D)​​ None​​ of​​ them

 

52.​​ The​​ Indian​​ National​​ Congress​​ represented​​ the​​ views​​ of​​ the​​ microscopic​​ minority​​ in​​ India.​​ The​​ contention​​ was​​ maintained​​ by

     ​​ (A)​​ Lord​​ Curzon       ​​ (B)​​ Lord​​ Elgin​​  ​​  ​​  ​​ (C)​​ Lord​​ Lansdowne       (D)​​ Lord​​ Dufferin

 

53.​​ Who​​ conceived​​ the​​ idea​​ of​​ Pakistan?

     ​​ (A)​​ Asaf​​ Ali       ​​ (B)​​ Mohammed​​ Ali​​ Jinnah       ​​ (C)​​ H.​​ S.​​ Suhrawardy ​​  ​​   (D)​​ Choudhury​​ Rahmat​​ Ali

 

54.​​ Who​​ commented​​ that​​ Cripps​​ Mission​​ was​​ a​​ post-dated​​ cheque​​ on​​ a​​ crashing​​ bank?

     ​​ (A)​​ Sarsdar​​ Vallavbhai​​ Patel       (B)​​ Mahatma​​ Gandhi ​​  ​​  ​​ (C)​​ Subhas​​ Chandra​​ Bose     ​​ (D)​​ Jawaharlal​​ Nehru

 

55.​​ Jallianwallah​​ Bagh​​ massacre​​ occured​​ in

      (A)​​ Amritsar      ​​ (B)​​ Delhi       ​​ (C)​​ Jallandhar      ​​ (D)​​ Lahore

 

56.​​ Who​​ among​​ the​​ following​​ annulled​​ the​​ Partition​​ of​​ Bengal?

      (A)​​ Lord​​ Hardinge      ​​ (B)​​ Lord​​ Minto      ​​ (C)​​ Lord​​ Curzon       ​​ (D)​​ Lord​​ Chelmsford

 

57.​​ Between​​ whom​​ Carnatic​​ Wars​​ were​​ fought?

      (A)​​ French​​ East​​ India​​ Co.​​ and​​ English​​ East​​ India​​ Co.

     ​​ (B)​​ French​​ East​​ India​​ Co.​​ and​​ Dutch​​ East​​ India​​ Co.

     ​​ (C)​​ Dutch​​ East​​ India​​ Co.​​ and​​ the​​ Portuguese

     ​​ (D)​​ English​​ East​​ India​​ Co.​​ and​​ the​​ Dutch​​ (OLONDAZ)

 

58.​​ The​​ first​​ mass​​ movement​​ started​​ by​​ Mahatma​​ Gandhi​​ was

       (A)​​ Non​​ cooperation​​ movement     ​​ (B)​​ Quit​​ India​​ movement    ​​ (C)​​ Indigo​​ movement    ​​ (D)​​ Salt​​ movement

 

59.​​ Surya​​ Sen​​ was​​ associated​​ with​​ which​​ of​​ the​​ event​​ during​​ the​​ Indian​​ freedom​​ struggle?

      (A)​​ Chittagong​​ Armoury​​ Raid

     ​​ (B)​​ Kakori​​ conspiracy

     ​​ (C)​​ Civil​​ Disobedience​​ movement

     ​​ (D)​​ Home​​ Rule​​ movement

 

60.​​ Who​​ among​​ the​​ following,​​ led​​ the​​ sepoys​​ at​​ Kanpur​​ in​​ the​​ 1857​​ uprising?

     ​​ (A)​​ Tantia​​ Tope​​  ​​  ​​  ​​ (B)​​ Rani​​ Lakshmibai      (C)​​ Nana​​ Sahib     ​​ (D)​​ Kunwar​​ Singh

 

61.​​ The​​ Asiatic​​ Society​​ of​​ Bengal​​ was​​ founded​​ by

     ​​ (A)​​ C.​​ F.​​ Andrews      ​​ (B)​​ Raja​​ Rammohan​​ Roy       (C)​​ Sir​​ William​​ Jones      ​​ (D)​​ William​​ Marshal

 

62.​​ The​​ boundary​​ between​​ India​​ and​​ Pakistan​​ was​​ demarcated​​ by

     ​​ (A)​​ Lord​​ Mountbatten       (B)​​ Sir​​ Cyril​​ Radcliffe      ​​ (C)​​ Sir​​ Stafford​​ Cripps      ​​ (D)​​ Sir​​ Pethick​​ Lawrence

 

63.​​ The​​ main​​ leaders​​ of​​ the​​ Swaraj​​ Party​​ were

     ​​ (A)​​ Vitthalbai​​ J.​​ Patel​​ and​​ Dr​​ Ansari

     ​​ (B)​​ M.​​ N.​​ Roy​​ and​​ Muzaffar​​ Ahmed

      (C)​​ Motilal​​ Nehru​​ and​​ C.​​ R.​​ Das

     ​​ (D)​​ B.​​ R.​​ Ambedkar​​ and​​ P.​​ C.​​ Joshi

 

64.​​ Who​​ amongst​​ the​​ following​​ was​​ the​​ first​​ woman​​ President​​ of​​ the​​ Indian​​ National​​ Congress?

      (A)​​ Annie​​ Besant      ​​ (B)​​ Mira​​ Behn       ​​ (C)​​ Sarojini​​ Naidu      ​​ (D)​​ Sarala​​ Debi​​ Choudhurani

 

65.​​ The​​ Indian​​ National​​ Congress​​ was​​ founded​​ by

      (A)​​ A.​​ O.​​ Hume      ​​ (B)​​ Bal​​ Gangadhar​​ Tilak      ​​ (C)​​ Motilal​​ Nehru      ​​ (D)​​ Surendra​​ Nath​​ Banerjee

 

66.​​ The​​ Battle​​ of​​ Buxar​​ was​​ fought​​ in

     ​​ (A)​​ 1762       (B)​​ 1764        (C)​​ 1768      ​​ (D)​​ 1772

 

67.​​ With​​ whose​​ permission​​ did​​ the​​ English​​ set​​ up​​ their​​ first​​ factory​​ in​​ Surat?

     ​​ (A)​​ Akbar       (B)​​ Jahangir       ​​ (C)​​ Shahjehan        ​​ (D)​​ Aurangzeb

 

68.​​ When​​ did​​ Vasco-da-Gama​​ come​​ to​​ India?

      (A)​​ 1498​​ A.D.      ​​ (B)​​ 1409​​ A.D.      ​​ (C)​​ 1496​​ A.D.      ​​ (D)​​ 1492​​ A.D.

 

69.​​ Who​​ built​​ the​​ Ibadatkhana​​ at​​ Fatehpur​​ Sikri?

     ​​ (A)​​ Shahjehan       ​​ (B)​​ Aurangzeb​​   ​​    (C)​​ Akbar  ​​  ​​  ​​ (D)​​ Jahangir

 

70.​​ Malik​​ Kafur​​ was​​ general​​ of

     ​​ (A)​​ Firuz​​ Shah​​ Tughlag      ​​ (B)​​ Chandragupta​​ Maurya      ​​ (C)​​ Bimbisara       (D)​​ Alauddin​​ Khilji

 

71.​​ Where​​ did​​ Gautama​​ Buddha​​ attain​​ Nirvana​​ (enlightenment)?

     ​​ (A)​​ Lumbini       ​​ (B)​​ Sarnath      ​​ (C)​​ Kusinagar        (D)​​ Bodh​​ Gaya

 

72.​​ Who​​ wrote​​ Mrichhakatikam?

     ​​ (A)​​ Vishakhasdatta       (B)​​ Shudrak      ​​ (C)​​ Banabhatta      ​​ (D)​​ Bhas

 

73.​​ Who​​ among​​ the​​ following​​ succeeded​​ Samudragupta​​ as​​ the​​ next​​ ruler​​ of​​ the​​ Gupta​​ dynasty?

      (A)​​ Chandragupta​​ II       ​​ (B)​​ Vishnugupta      ​​ (C)​​ Chandragupta​​ I​​  ​​  ​​  ​​ (D)​​ Skandagupta

 

74.​​ The​​ inscriptions​​ of​​ Ashoka​​ and​​ the​​ Brahmi​​ scripts​​ were​​ deciphered​​ by

     ​​ (A)​​ Alexander​​ Cunningham       (B)​​ James​​ Princep       ​​ (C)​​ Max​​ Muller       ​​ (D)​​ Mortimer​​ Wheeler

 

75.​​ Which​​ among​​ the​​ following​​ places​​ have​​ given​​ the​​ earliest​​ evidence​​ of​​ agriculture​​ in​​ Indian​​ sub-continent?

     ​​ (A)​​ Pratapgarh        (B)​​ Mehrgarh       ​​ (C)​​ Quetta        ​​ (D)​​ Kalat

 

76.​​ Select​​ the​​ lettered​​ pair​​ that​​ has​​ some​​ relationship​​ as​​ the​​ original​​ pair​​ of​​ words​​ printed​​ in​​ the​​ bold:

      Poverty​​ :​​ Prosperity

     ​​ (A)​​ Love​​ :​​ Sorrow      ​​ (B)​​ Train​​ :​​ Cart      ​​ (C)​​ Rain​​ :​​ Flood       (D)​​ Intelligence​​ :​​ Stupidity

 

77.​​ ln​​ a​​ certain​​ code,​​ BREAKTHROUGH​​ is​​ written​​ as​​ EAOUHRBRGHKT.​​ How​​ is​​ DISTRIBUTION​​ written​​ in​​ that​​ code?

     ​​ (A)​​ TISTBUONDIRI      ​​ (B)​​ STTIBUONRIDI       (C)​​ STTIBUDIONRI     ​​ (D)​​ RISTTIBUDION

 

78.​​ Observe​​ the​​ dots​​ on​​ a​​ dice​​ (one​​ to​​ six​​ dots)​​ in​​ the​​ following​​ figures.​​ How​​ many​​ dots​​ are​​ contained​​ on​​ the​​ face​​ opposite​​ to​​ that​​ containing​​ four​​ dots?

         Q-No 78

      (A)​​ 2      ​​ (B)​​ 3      ​​ (C)​​ 6       ​​ (D) Cannot​​ be​​ determined

 

79.​​ Count​​ the​​ number​​ of​​ squares:

              Q-No 79

     ​​ (A)​​ 8       ​​ (B)​​ 12        (C)​​ 15      ​​ (D)​​ 18

 

80.​​ How​​ many​​ triangles​​ are​​ there​​ in​​ the​​ following​​ figure?

                   Q-No 80

    ​​ (A)​​ 6      ​​ (B)​​ 10       ​​ (C)​​ 11       (D)​​ 12

 

Choose​​ the​​ best​​ alternative​​ as​​ the​​ answer​​ (Q.​​ No.​​ 81​​ and​​ 82)​​ :

81.​​ A​​ camera​​ always​​ has

      (A)​​ Lens      ​​ (B)​​ Reels      ​​ (C)​​ Flash      ​​ (D)​​ Stand

 

82.​​ A​​ river​​ always​​ has

     ​​ (A)​​ Delta       ​​ (B)​​ Tributaries​​  ​​  ​​   ​​ (C)​​ Boats        (D)​​ Banks

 

83.

 ​​  ​​    Q-No 83

     ​​ (A)​​ 5      ​​ (B)​​ 6      ​​ (C)​​ 8       (D)​​ 9


84.​​ A​​ man​​ has​​ a​​ certain​​ number​​ of​​ small​​ boxes​​ to​​ pack​​ into​​ parcels.​​ If​​ he​​ packs​​ 3,​​ 4,​​ 5​​ or​​ 6​​ in​​ a​​ parcel,​​ he​​ is​​ left​​ with​​ one;​​ if​​ he​​ packs​​ 7​​ in​​ a​​ parcel,​​ none​​ is​​ left​​ over.​​ What​​ is​​ the​​ number​​ of​​ boxes​​ he​​ may​​ have​​ to​​ pack?

     ​​ (A)​​ 106       (B)​​ 301      ​​ (C)​​ 309      ​​ (D)​​ 400

 

85.​​ Arrange​​ the​​ following​​ items​​ from​​ general​​ to​​ particular:

     ​​ (i)​​ Animal​​   ​​ (ii)​​ Feline​​  ​​  ​​ (iii)​​ Leopard    ​​ (iv)​​ Mammal     ​​ (v)​​ Vertebrate    ​​ (vi)​​ Cat

     ​​ (A)​​ (i),​​ (ii),​​ (iii),​​ (iv),​​ (v),​​ (vi)

     ​​ (B)​​ (i),​​ (iii),​​ (v),​​ (iv),​​ (ii),​​ (vi)

     ​​ (C)​​ (i),​​ (iv),​​ (iii),​​ (ii),​​ (v),​​ (vi)

      (D)​​ (i),​​ (v),​​ (iv),​​ (ii),​​ (iii),​​ (vi)

 

86.​​ Arrange​​ the​​ following​​ in​​ a​​ meaningful​​ sequence​​ :

     ​​ (i)​​ Consultation   ​​ (ii)​​ Illness,   ​​ (iii)​​ Doctor   ​​ (iv) ​​ Treatment   ​​ (v)​​ Recovery

      (A)​​ (ii),​​ (iii), ​​ (i), ​​ (iv), ​​ (v)

     ​​ (B)​​ (ii),​​ (iii),​​ (iv),​​ (i),​​ (v)

     ​​ (C)​​ (iv),​​ (iii),​​ (i),​​ (ii),​​ (v)

     ​​ (D)​​ (v),​​ (i),​​ (iv),​​ (iii),​​ (ii)

 

87.​​ Which​​ of​​ the​​ following​​ interchanges​​ of​​ numbers​​ would​​ make​​ the​​ given​​ equation​​ correct?

     ​​ 8​​ x​​ 20​​ ÷​​ 3​​ +​​ 9​​ -​​ 5​​ =​​ 38

     ​​ (A)​​ 3,​​ 8     ​​ (B)​​ 8,​​ 9      (C)​​ 3, ​​ 5  ​​   ​​ (D)​​ 3, ​​ 9

 

88.​​ If​​ A​​ >​​ B,​​ B​​ >​​ C​​ and​​ C​​ >​​ D,​​ then​​ which​​ of​​ the​​ following​​ conclusions​​ is​​ definitely​​ wrong?

     ​​ (A)​​ A​​ >​​ D      ​​ (B)​​ A​​ >​​ C       (C)​​ D​​ >​​ A       ​​ (D)​​ B​​ >​​ D

 

89.​​ If ​​ '<'​​ means​​ 'minus',​​ '>'​​ means​​ 'plus',​​ '='​​ means​​ 'multiplied​​ by'​​ and ′$′′$′ means​​ 'divided​​ by',​​ then​​ what​​ would​​ be​​ the​​ value​​ of​​ 27​​ >​​ 81 $$9​​ <​​ 6​​ ?

     ​​ (A)​​ 6     ​​ (B)​​ 33​​  ​​    (C)​​ 30     ​​ (D)​​ 54

 

90.​​ How​​ many​​ 3s​​ are​​ there​​ in​​ the​​ following​​ sequence​​ which​​ are​​ neither​​ preceded​​ by​​ 6​​ nor​​ immediately​​ followed​​ by​​ 9?

     ​​ 9​​ 3​​ 6​​ 6​​ 3​​ 9​​ 5​​ 9​​ 3​​ 7​​ 8​​ 9​​ 1​​ 6​​ 3​​ 9​​ 6​​ 3​​ 9

     ​​ (A)​​ One       (B)​​ Two      ​​ (C)​​ Three      ​​ (D)​​ Four

 

91.​​ In​​ the​​ following​​ series,​​ how​​ many​​ such​​ odd​​ numbers​​ are​​ there​​ which​​ are​​ divisible​​ by​​ 3​​ or​​ 5,​​ then​​ followed​​ by​​ odd​​ numbers,​​ and​​ then​​ also​​ followed​​ by​​ even​​ numbers?

     ​​ 12,​​ 19, ​​ 21, ​​ 3, ​​ 25, ​​ 18, ​​ 35, ​​ 20, ​​ 22, ​​ 21, ​​ 45, ​​ 46, ​​ 47, ​​ 48, ​​ 9,​​ 50,​​ 52,​​ 54,​​ 55,​​ 56

     ​​ (A)​​ Zero      ​​ (B)​​ One      (C)​​ Two     ​​ (D)​​ Three

 

92. Q-92

     ​​ How​​ many​​ such​​ letters​​ are​​ there​​ in​​ the​​ arrangement​​ each​​ of​​ which​​ is​​ either​​ immediately​​ preceded​​ by​​ a​​ symbol​​ or​​ immediately​​ followed​​ by​​ a​​ number,​​ but​​ not​​ both? 

     ​​ (A)​​ Three       ​​ (B)​​ Four      ​​ (C)​​ Five       (D)​​ Eight

 

93.​​ How​​ many​​ meaningful​​ words​​ can​​ be​​ made​​ by​​ changing​​ only​​ the​​ consonants​​ in​​ the​​ word​​ MEAN​​ so​​ that​​ each​​ of​​ the​​ consonants​​ is​​ replaced​​ by​​ the​​ previous​​ letter​​ in​​ the​​ English​​ alphabet,​​ by​​ using​​ each​​ letter​​ only​​ once​​ in​​ each​​ word?

     (A)​​ One      ​​ (B)​​ Two       ​​ (C)​​ Three      ​​ (D)​​ Four

 

94.​​ If​​ the​​ first​​ and​​ third​​ letters​​ in​​ the​​ word​​ NESSARY​​ were​​ interchanged,​​ also​​ the​​ fourth​​ and​​ the​​ sixth​​ letters,​​ and​​ the​​ seventh​​ and​​ the​​ ninth​​ letters,​​ which​​ of​​ the​​ following​​ would​​ be​​ the​​ seventh​​ letter​​ from​​ the​​ left?

 ​​   ​​ (A)​​ A​​  ​​  ​​   (B)​​ Y  ​​  ​​  ​​ (C)​​ R​​  ​​  ​​  ​​ (D)​​ E

 

95.​​ Arrange​​ the​​ following​​ words​​ according​​ to​​ dictionary​​ arrangement:

     ​​ (i)​​ Epitaxy    ​​ (ii)​​ Episode   ​​ (iii)​​ Epigene    ​​ (iv)​​ Epitome    ​​ (v)​​ Epilogue

     ​​ (A)​​ (i);​​ (ii),​​ (iii),​​ (iv),​​ (v)

     ​​ (B)​​ (iii),​​ (ii),​​ (v),​​ (iv),​​ (i)

      (C)​​ (iii),​​ (v),​​ (ii),​​ (i),​​ (iv)

     ​​ (D)​​ (v),​​ (iv),​​ (ii),​​ (i),​​ (iii)

 

96.​​ A​​ result​​ of​​ a​​ survey​​ of​​ 1000​​ persons​​ with​​ respect​​ to​​ their​​ knowledge​​ of​​ Hindi(H),​​ English(E)​​ and​​ Sanskrit(S)​​ is​​ given​​ below:

                  Q-96

    ​​ What​​ is​​ the​​ ratio​​ of​​ those​​ who​​ know​​ all​​ the​​ three​​ languages​​ to​​ those​​ who​​ do​​ not​​ know​​ Sanskrit?

    ​​ (A) 1919     ​​ (B) 110110      ​​ (C) 10171017      (D) 527527

 

97.​​ The​​ sum​​ of​​ the​​ incomes​​ of​​ A​​ and​​ B​​ is​​ more​​ than​​ that​​ of​​ C​​ and​​ D​​ taken​​ together.​​ The​​ sum​​ of​​ the​​ incomes​​ of​​ A​​ and​​ C​​ is​​ the​​ same​​ as​​ that​​ of​​ B​​ and​​ D​​ taken​​ together.​​ Moreover,​​ A​​ earns​​ half​​ as​​ much​​ as​​ the​​ sum​​ of​​ the​​ incomes​​ of​​ B​​ and​​ D.

     ​​ Whose​​ income​​ is​​ the​​ highest?

    ​​ (A)​​ A        (B)​​ B       ​​ (C)​​ C       ​​ (D)​​ D

 

98.​​ If​​ ROME​​ is​​ written​​ as​​ MORE,​​ then​​ DARE​​ is​​ written​​ as

    ​​ (A)​​ RDAE      ​​ (B)​​ RDEA     ​​ (C)​​ RAED       (D)​​ RADE

 

99.​​ Choose​​ the​​ odd​​ one​​ :

     ​​ (A)​​ BdEg     ​​ (B)​​ KmNp ​​  ​​  ​​ (C)​​ PrSu       (D)​​ TwXz

 

100.​​ Igloos​​ :​​ Canada​​ :​​ :​​ Rondavels​​ :​​ ?

        (A)​​ Africa        ​​ (B)​​ Rangoon       ​​ (C)​​ Russia       ​​ (D)​​ Indonesia

 

101.​​ Right​​ to​​ vote​​ and​​ to​​ be​​ elected​​ in​​ India​​ is​​ a

       ​​ (A)​​ Fundamental​​ Right      ​​ (B)​​ Natural​​ Right        ​​ (C)​​ Constitutional​​ Right      (D)​​ Legal​​ Right

 

102.​​ In​​ the​​ Constitution​​ of​​ India,​​ promotion​​ of​​ international​​ peace​​ and​​ security​​ is​​ included​​ in​​ the

       ​​ (A)​​ Preamble​​ to​​ the​​ Constitution.

        (B)​​ Directive​​ Principles​​ of​​ State​​ Policy.

       ​​ (C)​​ Fundamental​​ Duties.

       ​​ (D)​​ Ninth​​ Schedule.

 

103.​​ What​​ will​​ follow​​ if​​ a​​ Monetary​​ Bill​​ is​​ substantially​​ amended​​ by​​ the​​ Rajya​​ Sabha?

        (A)​​ The​​ Lok​​ Sabha​​ may​​ still​​ proceed​​ with​​ the​​ Bill,​​ accepting​​ or​​ not​​ accepting​​ the​​ recommendations​​ of​​ the​​ Rajya​​ Sabha.

       ​​ (B)​​ The​​ Lok​​ Sabha​​ cannot​​ consider​​ the​​ Bill​​ further.

       ​​ (C)​​ The​​ Lok​​ Sabha​​ may​​ send​​ the​​ Bill​​ to​​ the​​ Rajya​​ Sabha​​ for​​ reconsideration.

       ​​ (D)​​ The​​ President​​ may​​ call​​ a​​ joint​​ sitting​​ for​​ passing​​ the​​ Bill.

 

104.​​ The​​ idea​​ of​​ 'Welfare​​ State'​​ in​​ the​​ Indian​​ Constitution​​ is​​ enshrined​​ in​​ its

       ​​ (A)​​ Preamble.    (B)​​ Directive​​ Principles​​ of​​ State​​ Policy.   ​​ (C)​​ Fundamental​​ Rights.   ​​ (D)​​ Seventh​​ Schedule.

 

105.​​ The​​ fundamental​​ object​​ of​​ 'Panchayati​​ Raj'​​ system​​ is​​ to​​ ensure​​ which​​ among​​ the​​ following?

       ​​ (A)​​ People's​​ participation​​ in​​ development

       ​​ (B)​​ Political​​ accountability

        (C)​​ Democratic​​ decentralisation

       ​​ (D)​​ Financial​​ mobilisation

 

106,​​ The​​ power​​ to​​ increase​​ the​​ number​​ of​​ judges​​ in​​ the​​ Supreme​​ Court​​ of​​ India​​ is​​ vested​​ in

       ​​ (A)​​ The​​ President​​ of​​ India      (B)​​ The​​ Parliament ​​   ​​ (C)​​ The​​ Chief​​ Justice​​ of​​ India     ​​ (D)​​ The​​ Law​​ Commission

 

107.​​ With​​ reference ​​ to​​ Hausla​​ 2018,​​ consider​​ the​​ following​​ statements:

       ​​ 1.​​ It​​ is​​ an​​ initiative​​ of​​ Ministry​​ of​​ Minority​​ Affairs.

       ​​ 2.​​ It​​ provides​​ a​​ platform​​ for​​ children​​ living​​ in​​ Child​​ Care​​ Institutions​​ (CCIs)​​ to​​ showcase​​ their​​ skills.

       ​​ Which​​ of​​ the​​ statements​​ given​​ above​​ is/are​​ correct?

       ​​ (A)​​ 1​​ only      (B)​​ 2​​ only     ​​ (C)​​ Both​​ 1​​ and​​ 2     ​​ (D)​​ Neither​​ 1​​ nor​​ 2

 

108.​​ In​​ the​​ latest​​ 'Ease​​ of​​ Doing​​ Business​​ Report​​ 2019'​​ released​​ by​​ the​​ World​​ Bank,​​ India​​ has​​ secured

       ​​ (A)​​ 67th​​ rank       (B)​​ 77th​​ rank      ​​ (C)​​ 87th​​ rank      ​​ (D)​​ 100th​​ rank

 

109.​​ PCA​​ stands​​ for

       ​​ (A)​​ Public​​ Current​​ Account

       ​​ (B)​​ Principles​​ of​​ Corporate​​ Accounting

        (C)​​ Prompt​​ Corrective​​ Action

       ​​ (D)​​ Public​​ Channel​​ Agency

 

110.​​ Consider​​ the​​ following​​ statements​​ about​​ Regional​​ Comprehensive​​ Economic​​ Programme​​ (RCEP).

       ​​ 1.​​ It​​ is​​ an​​ economic​​ cooperation​​ for​​ the​​ China​​ led​​ free​​ trade.

       ​​ 2.​​ It​​ is​​ a​​ counter​​ cooperation​​ for​​ the​​ America​​ led​​ trans-Pacific​​ partnership.

       ​​ 3.​​ In​​ the​​ countries​​ involved​​ in​​ this​​ cooperation​​ Indian​​ Professionals​​ will​​ have​​ job​​ market.

       ​​ Select​​ the​​ correct​​ answer​​ using​​ the​​ codes​​ given​​ below:

        (A)​​ 1​​ and​​ 2     ​​ (B)​​ 1​​ and​​ 3      ​​ (C)​​ 2​​ and​​ 3      ​​ (D)​​ All​​ of​​ the​​ above

 

111.​​ Mark​​ the​​ correct​​ date​​ and​​ year​​ in​​ which​​ the​​ Indian​​ Constitution​​ came​​ into​​ being

      ​​ (A)​​ 15th​​ August,​​ 1947    ​​ (B)​​ 24th​​ July,​​ 1948      ​​ (C)​​ 20th​​ January,​​ 1951      (D)​​ 26th​​ January,​​ 1950

 

112.​​ According​​ to​​ the​​ Constitution​​ of​​ India​​ it​​ is​​ the​​ duty​​ of​​ the​​ President​​ to​​ present​​ which​​ of​​ the​​ following​​ on​​ the​​ desk​​ of​​ the​​ Parliament​​ —

       ​​ 1.​​ Recommendations​​ of​​ Union​​ Finance​​ Commission.

       ​​ 2.​​ Report​​ of​​ the​​ Public​​ Accounts​​ Committee.

       ​​ 3.​​ Report​​ of​​ the​​ Comptroller​​ and​​ Auditor​​ General.

       ​​ 4.​​ Report​​ of​​ the​​ National​​ Scheduled​​ Caste​​ Commission.

       ​​ Which​​ of​​ the​​ statements​​ given​​ above​​ is/are​​ correct​​ ?

       ​​ (A)​​ 1​​ only      ​​ (B)​​ 2​​ and       (C)​​ 1,​​ 3​​ and​​ 4     ​​ (D)​​ 1,2,​​ 3​​ and​​ 4

 

113.​​ Which​​ of​​ the​​ following​​ organisation​​ released​​ Agricultural​​ Marketing​​ and​​ Farm​​ Friendly​​ Reforms​​ Index?

        (A)​​ NITI​​ Aayog

       ​​ (B)​​ Ministry​​ of​​ Agriculture

       ​​ (C)​​ Commission​​ for​​ Agricultural​​ Costs​​ and​​ Prices​​ (CACP)

       ​​ (D)​​ None​​ of​​ the​​ above

 

114.​​ Who​​ was​​ one​​ of​​ the​​ advocates​​ of​​ 'United​​ Sovereign​​ Bengal'?

        (A)​​ H.S.​​ Surhawardi    ​​ (B)​​ Shyamaprasad​​ Mukherjee    ​​ (C)​​ Maulana​​ Abdul​​ Kalam​​ Azad    ​​ (D)​​ None​​ of​​ them

 

115.​​ Which​​ Article​​ of​​ the​​ Constitution​​ of​​ India​​ guarantees​​ to​​ all​​ citizens​​ the​​ freedom​​ of​​ speech​​ and​​ expression?

       ​​ (A)​​ Article​​ 16      ​​ (B)​​ Article​​ 17      ​​ (C)​​ Article​​ 18       (D)​​ Article​​ 19

 

116.​​ What​​ is​​ ECF?

        (A)​​ Economic​​ Capital​​ Framework   ​​ (B)​​ Equity​​ Cash​​ Flow   ​​ (C)​​ Entity​​ Concept​​ Fund ​​  ​​ (D)​​ None​​ of​​ the​​ above

 

117.​​ Which​​ Schedule​​ of​​ the​​ Constitution​​ of​​ India​​ distributes​​ power​​ between​​ the​​ Union​​ and​​ the​​ States?

       ​​ (A)​​ First​​ Schedule​​   ​​  ​​ (B)​​ Second​​ Schedule      ​​ (C)​​ Sixth​​ Schedule      (D)​​ Seventh​​ Schedule

 

118.​​ The​​ eighty-sixth​​ Amendment​​ of​​ the​​ Constitution​​ of​​ India​​ altered​​ a​​ Directive​​ Principle​​ of​​ the​​ Constitution​​ to​​ provide​​ for

        (A)​​ early​​ childhood​​ care​​ and​​ education​​ for​​ all​​ children​​ until​​ they​​ complete​​ the​​ age​​ of​​ six​​ years.

       ​​ (B)​​ the​​ state​​ to​​ provide​​ free​​ legal​​ aid.

       ​​ (C)​​ encouraging​​ village​​ panchayats,

       ​​ (D)​​ prohibiting​​ intoxicating​​ drinks​​ and​​ drugs​​ injurious​​ to​​ health.

 

119.​​ District​​ Judge​​ in​​ a​​ state​​ are​​ appointed​​ by​​ the

        (A)​​ Governor

       ​​ (B)​​ Chief​​ Justice​​ of​​ High​​ court

       ​​ (C)​​ Council​​ of​​ Ministers​​ of​​ the​​ state

       ​​ (D)​​ Advocate​​ General​​ of​​ the​​ state

 

120.​​ The​​ Impeachment​​ of​​ the​​ President​​ of​​ India​​ can​​ be​​ initiated​​ in

        (A)​​ either​​ House​​ of​​ the​​ Parliament.

       ​​ (B)​​ a​​ joint​​ sitting​​ of​​ both​​ the​​ Houses​​ of​​ the​​ Parliament.

       ​​ (C)​​ the​​ Lok​​ Sabha​​ alone.

       ​​ (D)​​ the​​ Rajya​​ Sabha​​ alone.

 

121.​​ Consider​​ the​​ following​​ statements​​ :

       ​​ The​​ Parliamentary​​ Committee​​ on​​ Public​​ Accounts

       ​​ 1.​​ consist​​ of​​ not​​ more​​ than​​ 25​​ members​​ of​​ the​​ Lok​​ Sabha.

       ​​ 2.​​ examine​​ public​​ expenditure​​ not​​ only​​ from​​ legal​​ and​​ formal​​ point​​ of​​ view​​ to​​ discover​​ technical​​ irregularities​​ but​​ also​​ from​​ the​​ point​​ of​​ view​​ of​​ economy,​​ prudence,​​ wisdom​​ and​​ propriety.

       ​​ 3.​​ examine​​ the​​ report​​ of​​ the​​ Comptroller​​ and​​ Auditor​​ General​​ of​​ India.

       ​​ Which​​ of​​ the​​ statements​​ given​​ above​​ is/are​​ correct?

       ​​ (A)​​ 1​​ only      (B)​​ 2​​ and​​ 3​​ only.     ​​ (C)​​ 3​​ only      ​​ (D)​​ 1,​​ 2​​ and​​ 3

 

122.​​ Power​​ to​​ grant​​ pardons​​ are​​ enjoyed​​ by​​ which​​ of​​ the​​ following​​ constitutional​​ authorities?

       ​​ (A)​​ President

        (B)​​ President​​ and​​ Governor​​ of​​ a​​ State

       ​​ (C)​​ Governor

       ​​ (D)​​ Chief​​ Justice​​ of​​ Supreme​​ Court​​ of​​ India

 

123.​​ Article​​ 280​​ of​​ the​​ Indian​​ Constitution​​ lays​​ down​​ the​​ establishment​​ of​​ the

       ​​ (A)​​ Planning​​ Commission     ​​ (B)​​ Inter-State​​ Council     ​​ (C)​​ Riter​​ Waters​​ Tribunal     (D)​​ Finance​​ Commission

 

124.​​ The​​ Panchayati​​ Raj​​ System​​ of​​ India​​ has

       ​​ (A)​​ One​​ tier      ​​ (B)​​ Two​​ tiers​​  ​​  ​​   (C)​​ Three​​ tiers      ​​ (D)​​ Four​​ tiers

 

125.​​ Which​​ of​​ the​​ following​​ Amendments​​ of​​ the​​ Indian​​ Constitution​​ is​​ related​​ to​​ reservation​​ of​​ SC's​​ and​​ ST's​​ and​​ representation​​ of​​ Anglo​​ Indians​​ in​​ the​​ Lok​​ Sabha​​ and​​ State​​ Assembly?

       ​​ (A)​​ 54th​​ Amendment      ​​ (B)​​ 63rd​​ Amendment      ​​ (C)​​ 111​​ th​​ Amendment       (D)​​ 79th​​ Amendment

 

126.​​ An​​ arc​​ of​​ length​​ 121​​ cm​​ makes​​ an​​ angle​​ 77°​​ at​​ the​​ centre​​ of​​ a​​ circle.​​ The​​ radius​​ of​​ the​​ circle​​ is

       ​​ (A)​​ 110​​ cm      ​​ (B)​​ 100​​ cm        (C)​​ 90​​ cm      ​​ (D)​​ 70​​ cm

 

127.​​ The​​ arithmetic​​ mean​​ of​​ the​​ numbers​​ 9,​​ 12,​​ 15,​​ 18,​​ 20,​​ 22​​ is​​ increased​​ by​​ 1,​​ if​​ 15​​ is​​ replaced​​ by

       ​​ (A)​​ 16     ​​ (B)​​ 17       ​​ (C)​​ 19       (D)​​ 21

 

128.​​ The​​ number​​ of​​ spinal​​ nerves​​ in​​ human​​ body​​ are

       ​​ (A)​​ 12​​ pairs      (B)​​ 31​​ pairs      ​​ (C)​​ 31     ​​ (D)​​ 12

 

129.​​ A​​ bomb​​ is​​ dropped​​ at​​ a​​ point​​ from​​ a​​ moving​​ aeroplane.​​ The​​ pilot​​ observes​​ that

       ​​ (A)​​ the​​ bomb​​ traverses​​ a​​ curved​​ path​​ and​​ falls​​ some​​ distance​​ behind​​ that​​ point.

        (B)​​ the​​ bomb​​ traverses​​ a​​ curved​​ path​​ and​​ falls​​ some​​ distance​​ ahead.

       ​​ (C)​​ the​​ bomb​​ drops​​ vertically​​ downward.

       ​​ (D)​​ the​​ bomb​​ remains​​ stationary​​ in​​ the​​ air​​ for​​ some​​ time.

 

130.​​ Which​​ of​​ the​​ following​​ is​​ used​​ in​​ beauty​​ parlours​​ for​​ hair​​ setting?

       ​​ (A)​​ Chlorine        (B)​​ Sulphur      ​​ (C)​​ Phosphorus       ​​ (D)​​ Silicon

 

131.​​ Which​​ of​​ the​​ following​​ fertilizers​​ has​​ more​​ nitrogen​​ content?

        (A)​​ Urea     ​​ (B)​​ Ammonium​​ Nitrate   ​​  ​​ (C)​​ Potassium​​ Nitrate      ​​ (D)​​ Ammonium​​ Phosphate

 

132.​​ Good​​ absorbers​​ of​​ heat​​ are

       ​​ (A)​​ poor​​ emitters    ​​ (B)​​ non-emitters       (C)​​ good​​ emitters ​​  ​​   ​​ (D)​​ highly​​ polished

 

133.​​ Ventilators​​ are​​ provided​​ at​​ the​​ top​​ of​​ the​​ room

       ​​ (A)​​ to​​ bring​​ oxygen​​ for​​ breathing.

       ​​ (B)​​ so​​ that​​ sunlight​​ may​​ enter​​ the​​ room.

        (C)​​ to​​ maintain​​ convectional​​ currents​​ to​​ keep​​ the​​ air​​ fresh​​ in​​ the​​ room.

       ​​ (D)​​ to​​ provide​​ an​​ outlet​​ for​​ carbon​​ dioxide.

 

134.​​ Voice​​ of​​ your​​ friend​​ can​​ be​​ recognized​​ by​​ its

       ​​ (A)​​ pitch      (B)​​ quality    ​​ (C)​​ intensity     ​​ (D)​​ velocity

 

135.​​ Light​​ year​​ is

       ​​ (A)​​ light​​ emitted​​ by​​ sun​​ in​​ one​​ year.

       ​​ (B)​​ time​​ taken​​ by​​ light​​ to​​ travel​​ from​​ Sun​​ to​​ Earth.

        (C)​​ the​​ distance​​ travelled​​ by​​ light​​ in​​ free​​ space​​ in​​ one​​ year.

       ​​ (D)​​ time​​ taken​​ by​​ earth​​ to​​ go​​ once​​ around​​ the​​ Sun.

 

136.​​ Twinkling​​ of​​ stars​​ is​​ on​​ account​​ of

       ​​ (A)​​ large​​ distance​​ of​​ stars​​ and​​ storms​​ in​​ air.

       ​​ (B)​​ rotation​​ of​​ earth.

       ​​ (C)​​ large​​ size​​ of​​ stars.

        (D)​​ large​​ distance​​ of​​ stars​​ and​​ fluctuations​​ in​​ the​​ density​​ of​​ air.

 

137.​​ Select​​ the​​ one​​ having​​ pH​​ <​​ 7

        (A)​​ Lemon​​ juice      ​​ (B)​​ Lime​​ water      ​​ (C)​​ Human​​ blood      ​​ (D)​​ Antacid

 

138.​​ To​​ protect​​ tooth​​ decay​​ we​​ are​​ advised​​ to​​ brush​​ our​​ teeth​​ regularly.​​ The​​ nature​​ of​​ the​​ toothpaste​​ commonly​​ used​​ is

       ​​ (A)​​ acidic      ​​ (B)​​ neutral       (C)​​ basic   ​​   ​​ (D)​​ corrosive

 

139.​​ Which​​ one​​ among​​ the​​ following​​ is​​ the​​ main​​ ingredient​​ in​​ cement?

       ​​ (A)​​ Gypsum        (B)​​ Limestone      ​​ (C)​​ Clay       ​​ (D)​​ Ash

 

140.​​ Bras​​ is​​ a​​ mixture​​ of

        (A)​​ Copper​​ &​​ Zinc     ​​ (B)​​ Copper​​ &​​ Tin      ​​ (C)​​ Copper,​​ Nickel​​ &​​ Zinc     ​​ (D)​​ Copper,​​ Aluminium​​ &​​ Mg

 

141.​​ The​​ percentage​​ increase​​ in​​ the​​ surface​​ area​​ of​​ a​​ cube​​ when​​ each​​ side​​ doubled​​ is

       ​​ (A)​​ 25%       ​​ (B)​​ 50%       ​​ (C)​​ 150%       (D)​​ 300%

 

142.​​ Find​​ the​​ LCM​​ of 4343, 8989 and 3535.

       ​​ (A)​​ 20        (B)​​ 24       ​​ (C) 124124      ​​ (D) 120120

 

143.​​ If 12+22+32+⋯⋯+n2=n(n+1)(2n+1)612+22+32+⋯⋯+n2=n(n+1)(2n+1)6

       ​​ Find​​ the​​ value​​ of 52+62+72+⋯⋯+10252+62+72+⋯⋯+102.

        (A)​​ 330      ​​ (B)​​ 345      ​​ (C)​​ 355      ​​ (D)​​ 360

 

144.​​ Two​​ cars,​​ passing​​ each​​ other​​ at​​ high​​ speed,​​ are​​ in​​ danger​​ of​​ side​​ swiping​​ because

       ​​ (A)​​ of​​ the​​ increasing​​ in​​ air​​ pressure​​ in​​ the​​ space​​ between​​ them.

       ​​ (B)​​ of​​ decrease​​ in​​ the​​ velocity​​ of​​ air​​ molecules​​ between​​ them.

        (C)​​ of​​ decrease​​ in​​ air​​ pressure​​ in​​ the​​ space​​ between​​ them.

       ​​ (D)​​ of​​ the​​ increase​​ in​​ the​​ velocity​​ of​​ air​​ molecules​​ between​​ them.

 

145.​​ The​​ food​​ that​​ gives​​ more​​ calories​​ per​​ unit​​ mass​​ of​​ food​​ is

       ​​ (A)​​ protein     ​​ (B)​​ carbohydrates      (C)​​ fat    ​​ (D)​​ water

 

146.​​ ECG​​ records

        (A)​​ rate​​ of​​ heart​​ beats    ​​ (B)​​ potential​​ difference    ​​ (C)​​ ventricular​​ concentration    ​​ (D)​​ volume​​ of​​ blood​​ pumped

 

147.​​ Bio​​ gas​​ consists​​ of

      ​​ (A)​​ Carbon​​ monoxide,​​ Methane​​ and​​ Hydrogen

       (B)​​ Carbon​​ dioxide,​​ Methane​​ and​​ Hydrogen

      ​​ (C)​​ Carbon​​ monoxide,​​ Ethane​​ and​​ Hydrogen

      ​​ (D)​​ Carbon​​ dioxide,​​ Ethane​​ and​​ Hydrogen

 

148.​​ Noise​​ pollution​​ is​​ created​​ if​​ noise​​ is​​ in​​ excess​​ to

       ​​ (A)​​ 70-75​​ dB       ​​ (B)​​ 50-60​​ dB        (C)​​ 80-99​​ dB      ​​ (D)​​ 40-65​​ dB

 

149.​​ If​​ persons​​ addicted​​ to​​ alcohol,​​ the​​ liver​​ gets​​ damaged​​ because​​ it

       ​​ (A)​​ has​​ to​​ detoxify​​ the​​ alcohol.

       ​​ (B)​​ stores​​ excess​​ of​​ glycon.

       ​​ (C)​​ is​​ over​​ stimulated​​ to​​ secrete​​ more​​ bile.

        (D)​​ accumulates​​ excess​​ of​​ fats.

 

150.​​ At​​ magnetic​​ poles,​​ the​​ angle​​ of​​ dip​​ is

       ​​ (A)​​ 45°      ​​ (B)​​ 30°      ​​ (C)​​ Zero      (D)​​ 90°

 

151.The​​ Constitution​​ Bill​​ (123rd​​ Amendment),​​ 2017​​ deals​​ with

       (A)​​ empowers​​ National​​ Commission​​ on​​ Backward​​ Classes

 ​​  ​​   ​​ (B)​​ empowers​​ National​​ Council​​ for​​ Backward​​ Classes

      ​​ (C)​​ empowers​​ National​​ Council​​ for​​ Schedule​​ Castes

      ​​ (D)​​ empowers​​ National​​ Commission​​ for​​ Schedule​​ Castes

 

152.​​ Which​​ section​​ of​​ the​​ Indian​​ Penal​​ Code​​ deals​​ with​​ adultery?

       ​​ (A)​​ 496        (B)​​ 497      ​​ (C)​​ 498       ​​ (D)​​ 499

 

153.​​ Who​​ won​​ the​​ Academy​​ Award​​ for​​ Actor​​ in​​ a​​ Leading​​ Role​​ in​​ 2018?

        (A)​​ Sam​​ Rockwell       ​​ (B)​​ Lee​​ Smith       ​​ (C)​​ Alexandre​​ Desplat       ​​ (D)​​ Richard​​ King

 

154.​​ Who​​ won​​ the​​ Pulitzer​​ Prize​​ for​​ Literature​​ in​​ 2018?

        (A)​​ Andrew​​ Sean​​ Greer     ​​ (B)​​ Jhumpa​​ Lahiri      ​​ (C)​​ Arvind​​ Adiga       ​​ (D)​​ Hernan​​ Diaz

 

155.​​ What​​ is​​ the​​ venue​​ of​​ the​​ forthcoming​​ G​​ 20​​ Summit?

        (A)​​ Osaka       ​​ (B)​​ Oklahoma      ​​ (C)​​ Orleans      ​​ (D)​​ Oslo

 

156.​​ Executive​​ power​​ of​​ the​​ state​​ is​​ bestowed​​ on​​ the​​ Governor​​ by​​ which​​ article​​ of​​ the​​ Indian​​ Constitution?

       ​​ (A)​​ Article​​ 156      ​​ (B)​​ Article​​ 155       (C)​​ Article​​ 154     ​​ (D)​​ Article​​ 153

 

157,​​ Who​​ is​​ the​​ author​​ of​​ Flood​​ of​​ Fire?

       ​​ (A)​​ Amit​​ Mitra     ​​ (B)​​ Amit​​ Chaudhury        (C)​​ Amitava​​ Ghosh      ​​ (D)​​ Atul​​ K​​ Thakur

 

158.​​ Who​​ is​​ the​​ newly​​ appointed​​ Goodwill​​ Ambassador​​ of​​ UNICEF?

        (A)​​ Millie​​ Bobby​​ Brown      ​​ (B)​​ Dominique​​ Lapierre      ​​ (C)​​ Deepika​​ Padukone      ​​ (D)​​ Salma​​ Hayek

 

159.​​ Who​​ is​​ the​​ Indian​​ Ambassador​​ to​​ China?

       ​​ (A)​​ Vijay​​ Gokhale      (B)​​ Vikram​​ Misri      ​​ (C)​​ Vijay​​ Aurora      ​​ (D)​​ Ramendra​​ Singh

 

160.​​ Who​​ is​​ the​​ President​​ of​​ IMF?

       ​​ (A)​​ Horst​​ Kohler      ​​ (B)​​ Rodrigo​​ Rato      ​​ (C)​​ Dominique​​ Strauss       (D)​​ Christine​​ Lagarde

 

161.​​ Who​​ is​​ the​​ President​​ of​​ Maldives?

        (A)​​ Ibrahim​​ Mohamed​​ Solih     ​​ (B)​​ Ibrahim​​ Nasir​​  ​​   ​​ (C)​​ Mohamed​​ Nasheed      ​​ (D)​​ Abdulla​​ Yameen

 

162.​​ Who​​ was​​ the​​ Prime​​ Minister​​ of​​ Israel​​ during​​ the​​ Munich​​ Massacre?

        (A)​​ Golda​​ Meir      ​​ (B)​​ David​​ Ben-Gurion      ​​ (C)​​ Levi​​ Eshkol       ​​ (D)​​ Shimon​​ Peres

 

163.​​ Who​​ is​​ the​​ Secretary​​ of​​ State​​ of​​ U.S.A.​​ in​​ January​​ 2019?

        (A)​​ Mike​​ Pompeo       ​​ (B)​​ RexTillerson      ​​ (C)​​ Hillary​​ Rodham​​ Clinton      ​​ (D)​​ Warren​​ Christopher

 

164.​​ Who​​ will​​ continue​​ as​​ the​​ Emperor​​ of​​ Japan​​ till​​ April​​ 2019?

       ​​ (A)​​ Mutsuhito       (B)​​ Akihito      ​​ (C)​​ Hirohito      ​​ (D)​​ Michiko

 

165.​​ Who​​ is​​ the​​ President​​ of​​ South​​ Korea?

        (A)​​ Moon​​ Jae-in     ​​ (B)​​ Lee​​ Jae-myung      ​​ (C)​​ Ban​​ Ki​​ Moon      ​​ (D)​​ Ahn​​ Cheol-soo

 

166.​​ Who​​ was​​ Sikkim's​​ last​​ sovereign​​ king?

       ​​ (A)​​ Phuntsog​​ Namgyal      ​​ (B)​​ Tensung​​ Namgyal      ​​ (C)​​ Tashi​​ Namgyal       (D)​​ Palden​​ Namgyal

 

167.​​ When​​ did​​ President​​ Trump​​ sign​​ 'Asia​​ Reassurance​​ Initiative​​ Act'​​ into​​ law?

        (A)​​ 31​​ December​​ 2018      ​​ (B)​​ 31​​ October​​ 2018     ​​ (C)​​ 31​​ July​​ 2018      ​​ (D)​​ 31​​ August​​ 2018

 

168.​​ Where​​ is​​ Vansda​​ National​​ Park​​ Located?

       ​​ (A)​​ Uttar​​ Pradesh       (B)​​ Gujarat  ​​  ​​  ​​ (C)​​ Rajasthan​​  ​​   ​​ (D)​​ Madhya​​ Pradesh

 

169.​​ What​​ is​​ the​​ currency​​ of​​ Iran?

        (A)​​ Iranian​​ Rial     ​​ (B)​​ Iranian​​ Rubel      ​​ (C)​​ Iranian​​ Diner     ​​ (D)​​ Iranian​​ Dollar

 

170.​​ Which​​ date​​ is​​ marked​​ as​​ the​​ World​​ Day​​ for​​ War​​ Orphans?

       ​​ (A)​​ January​​ 3      ​​ (B)​​ January​​ 4     ​​ (C)​​ January​​ 5      (D)​​ January​​ 6

 

171.​​ Who​​ was​​ the​​ dissenting​​ Judge​​ in​​ the​​ Apex​​ Court's​​ Sabarimala​​ verdict?

       ​​ (A)​​ Justice​​ Indira​​ Banerjee    ​​ (B)​​ Justice​​ Nariman    ​​ (C)​​ Justice​​ Khanwilkar     (D)​​ Justice​​ Indu​​ Malhotra

 

172. ​​ Who​​ is​​ the​​ Leader​​ of​​ AIMIM?

       ​​ (A)​​ Julfikar​​ Ali​​  ​​     (B)​​ Asaduddin​​ Owaisi      ​​ (C)​​ Oyesuddin​​ Siddiki​​       ​​ (D)​​ Dinkar​​ Rai

 

173.​​ Which​​ province​​ of​​ India​​ is​​ the​​ first​​ to​​ have​​ complete​​ organic​​ farming?

      ​​ (A)​​ Mizoram       ​​ (B)​​ Tripura      ​​ (C)​​ Arunachal​​ Pradesh       (D)​​ Sikkim

 

174.​​ Who​​ among​​ the​​ following​​ never​​ became​​ the​​ President​​ of​​ United​​ State​​ of​​ America?

 ​​  ​​  ​​  ​​ (A)​​ Herbert​​ Hoover​​  ​​  ​​   (B)​​ Geraldin​​ Ford  ​​   ​​ (C)​​ Calvin​​ Coolidge​​  ​​   ​​ (D)​​ James​​ Buchanan​​  

 

175.​​ Who​​ was​​ honoured​​ with​​ 54th​​ Jnanpith​​ Award?

       ​​ (A)​​ Vikram​​ Seth      ​​ (B)​​ Anita​​ Desai      ​​ (C)​​ Kiran​​ Desai       (D)​​ Amitav​​ Ghosh

 

176.​​ Who​​ founded​​ the​​ 'All​​ India​​ Harijan​​ Samaj'​​ in​​ 1932?

       ​​ (A)​​ C.​​ R.Das ​​  ​​  ​​  ​​ (B)​​ Subhas​​ Chandra​​ Bose       ​​ (C)​​ Jawahar​​ Lal​​ Nehru       (D)​​ M.​​ K.​​ Gandhi

 

177.​​ Who​​ is​​ the​​ founder​​ of​​ the​​ Ghadar​​ Party?

        ​​ (A)​​ Lala​​ Lajpat​​ Rai       (B)​​ Lala​​ Hardayal      ​​ (C)​​ Bhagat​​ Singh      ​​ (D)​​ Kunwar​​ Singh

 

178.​​ Where​​ was​​ the​​ Provisional​​ Government​​ of​​ Independent​​ India​​ (Azad​​ Hind)​​ formed?

        (A)​​ Singapore       ​​ (B)​​ Tokyo      ​​ (C)​​ Berlin      ​​ (D)​​ Rome

 

179.​​ The​​ famous​​ INA​​ trials​​ took​​ place​​ at​​ the​​ Red​​ Fort,​​ Delhi​​ in

       ​​ (A)​​ 1945       (B)​​ 1946       ​​ (C)​​ 1947      ​​ (D)​​ 1948

 

180.​​ Where​​ did​​ the​​ Congress​​ working​​ committee​​ first​​ accept​​ the​​ idea​​ of​​ Quit​​ India​​ Movement?

        (A)​​ Wardha       ​​ (B)​​ Benaras       ​​ (C)​​ Calcutta       ​​ (D)​​ Delhi

 

181.​​ Which​​ leader​​ died​​ on​​ the​​ day​​ the​​ Non-cooperation​​ movement​​ was​​ launched​​ in​​ 1920?

        (A)​​ Bal​​ Gangadhar​​ Tilak     ​​ (B)​​ Lala​​ Lajpat​​ Rai      ​​ (C)​​ P.​​ Sita​​ Ramayya       ​​ (D)​​ C.​​ Rajagopalachari

 

182.​​ At​​ which​​ session​​ of​​ the​​ Indian​​ National​​ Congress​​ was​​ '​​ Vande​​ Mataram'​​ sung​​ for​​ the​​ first​​ time?

       ​​ (A)​​ 1920​​ session     ​​ (B)​​ 1906​​ session       (C)​​ 1896​​ session       ​​ (D)​​ 1922​​ session

 

183.​​ When​​ was​​ the​​ Non-cooperation​​ movement​​ suspended?

       ​​ (A)​​ 1918      ​​ (B)​​ 1920        (C)​​ 1922     ​​ (D)​​ 1924

 

184.​​ The​​ first​​ session​​ of​​ the​​ Indian​​ National​​ Congress​​ was​​ presided​​ over​​ by

       ​​ (A)​​ Surendra​​ Nath​​ Banerjee

 ​​  ​​     (B)​​ Womesh​​ Chander​​ Banerjee

 ​​      ​​ (C)​​ Aurobindo​​ Ghosh

 ​​  ​​    ​​ (D)​​ Bipin​​ Chandra​​ Pal

 

185.​​ Who​​ set​​ up​​ the​​ Indian​​ Independence​​ League?

        (A)​​ Rash​​ Bihari​​ Bose      ​​ (B)​​ Subhas​​ Chandra​​ Bose      ​​ (C)​​ Mahatma​​ Gandhi      ​​ (D)​​ Jawaharlal​​ Nehru

 

186.​​ The​​ provision​​ for​​ separate​​ electorate​​ for​​ Hindus​​ and​​ Muslims​​ was​​ made​​ in

       ​​ (A)​​ Government​​ of​​ India​​ Act,​​ 1935

 ​​  ​​   ​​ (B)​​ Montague​​ Chelmsford​​ reforms

       (C)​​ Minto-Morley​​ reforms

 ​​  ​​   ​​ (D)​​ Mountbatten​​ Plan

 

187.​​ In​​ which​​ session​​ did​​ the​​ Indian​​ National​​ Congress​​ declare​​ Poorna​​ Swaraj​​ (Complete​​ Independence)​​ to​​ be​​ its​​ goal?

        (A)​​ Lahore,​​ 1929      ​​ (B)​​ Lucknow,​​ 1916      ​​ (C)​​ Tripuri,​​ 1939      ​​ (D)​​ Bombay,​​ 1940

 

188.​​ Which​​ important​​ event​​ immediately​​ preceded​​ the​​ Jallianwala​​ Bagh​​ massacre?

 ​​  ​​  ​​  ​​ (A) Communal​​ Award

       ​​ (B)​​ Arrival​​ of​​ Simon​​ Commission

       ​​ (C)​​ Non-cooperation​​ movement

        (D)​​ Rowlatt​​ Act​​ enactment

 

189.​​ The​​ famous​​ Pakistan​​ resolution​​ was​​ passed​​ at

        (A)​​ Lahore      ​​ (B)​​ Delhi     ​​ (C)​​ Bombay​​  ​​   ​​ (D)​​ Lucknow

 

190.​​ Which​​ act​​ was​​ known​​ as​​ 'Black-Bill'?

        (A)​​ Rowlatt​​ Act     ​​ (B)​​ Pitt's​​ India​​ Act      ​​ (C)​​ The​​ Regulating​​ Act      ​​ (D)​​ Indian​​ Council​​ Act

 

191.​​ Who​​ once​​ remarked​​ —​​ 'Nehru​​ is​​ a​​ patriot​​ while​​ Jinnah​​ is​​ a​​ politician'?

       ​​ (A)​​ Maulana​​ Azad     ​​ (B)​​ Mahatma​​ Gandhi   ​​   (C)​​ Sir​​ Mohammad​​ Iqbal      ​​ (D)​​ Abdul​​ Gaffar​​ Khan

 

192.​​ The​​ Khilafat​​ movement​​ was​​ started​​ by

       ​​ (A)​​ Muhammad​​ Ali​​ Jinnah  ​​  ​​ (B)​​ Dr​​ Zakir​​ Hussain​​  ​​  ​​ (C)​​ Fakruddin​​ Ali​​ Ahmed​​  ​​  ​​   (D)​​ Ali​​ Brothers

 

193.​​ who​​ said​​ —​​ 'The​​ Simon​​ Commission​​ Report​​ should​​ be​​ thrown​​ on​​ a​​ heap​​ of​​ rubbish'?

       ​​ (A)​​ M.​​ K.​​ Gandhi      (B)​​ Shivaswami​​ Ayyar      ​​ (C)​​ Mahammad​​ Ali​​ Jinnah     ​​ (D)​​ Jawaharlal​​ Nehru

 

194.​​ Which​​ day​​ was​​ declared​​ as​​ the​​ Direct​​ Action​​ Day​​ by​​ the​​ Muslim​​ League?

       ​​ (A)​​ 3rd​​ September,​​ 1946      (B)​​ 16th​​ August,​​ 1946     ​​ (C)​​ 16th​​ May,​​ 1946      ​​ (D)​​ 4th​​ December,​​ 1946

 

195.​​ 6th​​ April,​​ 1930​​ is​​ well​​ known​​ in​​ the​​ history​​ of​​ India​​ because​​ this​​ date​​ is​​ associated​​ with

        (A)​​ Dandi​​ March​​ by​​ Mahatma    ​​ (B)​​ Quit​​ India​​ Movement    ​​ (C)​​ Partition​​ of​​ Bengal    ​​ (D)​​ Partition​​ of​​ India

 

196.​​ Which​​ battle​​ established​​ the​​ supremacy​​ of​​ the​​ British​​ rule​​ in​​ India?

       ​​ (A)​​ Battle​​ of​​ Plassey,​​ 1757

        (B)​​ Battle​​ of​​ Buxar,​​ 1764

       ​​ (C)​​ 3rd​​ Mysore​​ War,​​ 1790-92

       ​​ (D)​​ 4th​​ Mysore​​ War,​​ 1799

 

197.​​ Kuka​​ movement​​ is​​ associated​​ with​​ which​​ of​​ the​​ following​​ states?

       ​​ (A)​​ Assam      ​​ (B)​​ Bengal       (C)​​ Punjab       ​​ (D)​​ Maharashtra

 

198.​​ The​​ idea​​ of​​ Pakistan​​ was​​ first​​ conceived​​ by

        (A)​​ Muhammad​​ Iqbal     ​​ (B)​​ M.A.​​ Jinnah       ​​ (C)​​ Shaukar​​ Ali      ​​ (D)​​ Aga​​ khan

 

199.​​ The​​ Rowlatt​​ Act​​ was​​ passed​​ in​​ the​​ year

       ​​ (A)​​ 1917       (B)​​ 1919      ​​ (C)​​ 1921      ​​ (D)​​ 1923

 

200.​​ Which​​ of​​ the​​ following​​ movements​​ Immediately​​ followed​​ the​​ partition​​ of​​ Bengal?

       ​​ (A)​​ Non-cooperation​​ movement

  ​​      (B)​​ Swadeshi​​ movement

  ​​     ​​ (C)​​ Civil​​ disobedience​​ movement 

  ​​     ​​ (D)​​ Ghadar​​ movement

 

Reffernce​​ Book:-​​ The​​ book​​ you​​ may​​ also​​ follow​​ to​​ cover​​ the​​ previous​​ year​​ question​​ paper​​ is​​ CRACK-WBCS.

 

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