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Subject – General Study (GS)

National Defence Academy (NDA)

1. Which of the following diseases is not caused by bacteria?

(a) Tuberculosis          (b) typhoid             (c) Measles          (d) Leprosy

2. India will observe year 2001 as:

(a) year of culture             (b) year of preservation of Indian heritage

(c) Indian environment pollution year         (d) Year of women empowerment

3. An Indian river that does not form any delta is:

(a) the Krishna          (b) the Sindh

(c) the Narmada         (d) the Cauvery

4. Asia, s first underground Hydel project is located in:

(a) Jammu and Kashmir

(b) Uttar Pradesh

(c) Arunachal Pradesh

(d) Himachal Pradesh

5. India‘s first National Cricket Academy established in Bangalore was inaugurated on:

(a)January 1, 2000

(b) January 26, 2000

(c) May 1, 2000

(d) June 1, 2000

6. The Manas wild Life sanctuary is located in the state of:

(a) Gujarat          (b) Madhya Pradesh     (c) Uttar Pradesh          (d) Assam

7. The main who discovered Mt. Everest as the highest peak of the Himalayas was:

(a) a geologist               (b) an astronomer

(c) a surveyor                (d) a scientist

8. Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) consists of mainly:

(a) Methane, ethane and hexane

(b) Methane, butane and propane

(c) Ethane, hexane and nonane

(d) Nonane, ethane and hexane

9. Which one of the following writs is issued by the court in case of illegal detention of a person?

(a) Habeas Corpus          (b) Quo Warranto              (c) Certiorari          (d) Certiorari

10. Nobel Prize for Medicine 2000 was awarded to:

(a) Edward Lewis          (b) Michael Smith

(c) Arvid Carlsson, Paul Greengard, Eric Kandel Jointly

(d) Alfred G. Gillman

11. Which of the following diseases is caused by virus?

(a) Diphtheria          (b) tetanus          (c) Syphilis              (d) Influenza

12. Vitamin necessary to prevent prolonged bleeding is:

(a) vitamin A             (b) Vitamin E            (c) Vitamin D            (d) Vitamin K

13. Pituitary gland is present:

(a) Above the brain                 (b) inside the brain

(c) Nowhere near the brain   (d) below the brain

13. BHC (Benzene Hexa Chloride) is a/an:

(a) Herbicide                          (b) fungicide

(c) Insecticide                          (d) Weedicide

14. If the lens in eye becomes opaque, the disease is called:

(a) Myopia             (b) Glaucoma             (c) Astigmatism     (d) Cataract

15. Four Math’s (religious centers) in four corners of India were established by :

(a) Ramakrishna Paramhans               (b) Swami Vivekanand

(c) Swami Shradhanand                   (d) Shankaracharya

16. Among the 48th National film award recipients which film wins the Nargis dutt National Integration Award?

(a) School (Hindi)        (b) School (Malayalam)

(c) Uttara (Bangle)      (d) Shantham (Malayalam)

17. Which of the following countries have common national frontiers with India?

(a) Afghanistan, Nepal and Myanmar           (b) China, Myanmar and Nepal

(c) China, Russia and Bangladesh                 (d) China, Myanmar and Afghanistan

18. The major portion of the Indian constitution can be amended by:

(a) The stat legislations alone                 (b) president alone

(c) The state legislations alone                (d) The parliament with the consent of the stats

19. Who is the president of South Africa?

(a) Pick Botha                          (b) Pieter Botha

(c) Fredrick De Klark             (d) Thabo Mbeki

20. The youngest woman to climb the Mt. Everest is:

(a) Bachchendri pal                  (b) Dickey Dolma

(c) Santosh Yadav                   (d) Kunga Bhuti

21. What is the name given to the intermediate range ballistic surface to surface to surface to surface missile developed in India?

(a) Saras              (b) Agni        (c) Nag               (d) Prithvi

22. Who is the tenth Guru of Sikhs?

(a) Guru Teg Bahadur            (b) Guru Govind Singh

(c) Guru Her Govind                (d) guru Arjun Dev

23. Who was the last British Viceroy of India?

(a) Lord Linlithgow                  (b) Lord Irwin

(c) Lord Mountbatten                (d) Lord Wavell

24. The Gaj Gemini a recently released Indian film has been produced by:

(a) B.R. Chopra                       (b) M.F. Husain

(c) Rama Nand Sager               (d) Amitabh Bachchan

25. The Rajya sabha which is the upper house of the Indian Parliament:

(a) is the permanent body           (b) has a life of five years

(c) has a life of six years             (d) has a life of four years

26. Which of the following pairs is not correct?

(a) Deodhar Trophy – Cricket

(b) Davis Cup – Badminton

(c) Rangaswami Cup –Hockey

(d) Rovers Cup – Football

27. The Union Communication Minister. Ram vials Paswan has launched at the and of the year 2000 a new political outfit knew as:

(a) Lok Shakti     (b) Jan Manch     (c) None of these (c) Lok Jan Shakti

28. Kovalam Beach resort is situated in:

(a) Tamilnadu                 (b) Karnataka

(c) Kerala                         (d) Andhra Pradesh

29. Which is the largest continent of the world?

(a) North America           (b) Africa

(c) Asia                             (d) Australia

30. The Hindu dynasty in the South (vijayanagar Kingdom) came to end by the defeat of:

(a) Krishna Deva Raya        (b) Ram Raja

(c) Hari Har                          (d) Bukka Raya

31. Horst Koehler is the present.

(a) Chairman of the European Union

(b) Managing Director of UNICEF

(c) Managing Director of IMF

(d) None of these

32. Who is the author of the book ‘A cross Black Waters,?

(a) R.K. Narayan                (b) Khushwant Singh

(c) Mulk Raj Anad             (d) None of these

33. In the Indian Constitution, opportunities for the development of scientific temper, humanism and spirit of inquiry and reform are found in the:

(a) Fundamental Rights                                              (b) Preamble

(c) Directive Principles of State Policy              (d) Fundamental Duties

34. Who among the following non – Indians was conferred India’s highest national award ‘Bharat Ratna’?

(a) Sam Nujoma                                                        (b) Nelson Mandela

(c) Martin Luther King                                               (d) Zubin Mehta

35. The first Muslim invader of India was:

(a) Babar                                                                        (b) Mohammed of Ghor

(c) Mahmud – bin Kasim                                                (d) Mahmud of ghazni

36. When a red rose is seen through green light, it appears:

(a) White                                                                      (b) Blue

(c) Pink                                                                         (d) Black

37. Changhez Khan invaded outskirts of India during the reign of:

(a)Balban                                                              (b) IItutmish

(c) Qutub – ud- Din Aibak                                    (d) Aladdin Khilji

38. Where is the SAARC Secretariat situated?

(a) Katmandu                                                      (b) Colombo

(c) Islamabad                                                        (d) New Delhi

39. The Ashtapradhan was the Council of Ministers during the reign of:

(a) Krishandev Raya                                           (b) Tipu Sultan

(c) Shivaji                                                            (d) Akbar

40. Which of the following countries does not have a written constitution?

(a) England         (b) U.S.A.        (c) Russia        (d) France

41. Mumbai was taken by the English East India

Company from:

(a) The Portuguese                                              (b) Charles I

(c) Charles II                                                        (d) The Dutch

42. In which country is president rotated after one year tenure?

(a) Switzerland                                                     (b) Libya

(c) France                                                                (d) Pakistan

43. The port city of the Indus Valley people was:

(a) Kalibangan                                                         (b) Harappa

(c) Lothal                                                               (d) Mohenjo – daro

44. Mac Mohan Line is the frontier line between:

(a) India and china                                                    (b) India and Bangladesh

(c) Pakistan and Afghanistan                                   (d) Pakistan and India

45. Harsh wrote:

(a) Meghasunderam                                                   (b) Rghuvansa

(c) Kadambari                                                            (d) Ratnavali

46. In 1945 on which city was the first Atom Bomb dropped?

(a) Nagasaki                                                        (b) London

(c) Hiroshima                                                      (d) Berlin

47. Alexander defeated porus in 326 B.C. at the battle of:

(a) Thanes war                                                      (b) Tarain

(c) Hydaspes                                                          (d) Peshawar

48.  Harare is the capital of:

(a) South Africa                                                       (b) Cuba

(c) Zambia                                                               (d) Zimbabwe

49. Karakoram Highway connects:

(a) Srinagar and Jammu                                           (b) Pakistan and Aksai chin

(c) Pakistan and Afghanistan                                   (d) Pakistan and China

50. Mahayan sect of Buddhism emerged during the reign of:

(a) Asoka                                                               (b) Harsh

(c) Kanihka                                                              (d) Samudra Gupta

51. Which one of the following contains the ‘Gayatri Mantra’?

(a) Rig Veda                                                            (b) Aranyakas

(c) Upanishad                                                        (d) Yajur Veds

52. The main who discovered Mt. Everest as the highest peak of the Himalayas was:

(a) a scientist                                                           (b) an astronomer

(c) a geologist                                                          (d) a surveyor

53. among the 48th National Film Awards recipients who won the Best Actor Awards recipients who won the best Actor Award?

(a) Anil Kapoor                                                       (b) Rishi Kapoor

(c) Govinda                                                              (d) Shahrukh Khan

54. Red Blood Corpuscles (RBC) is formed in the:

(a) Bone marrow                                                       (b) Heart

(c) Spleen                                                                  (d) Liver

55. The Asia week magazine has adjudged which company as the fastest growing chemical company in India?

(a) Tata consultancy services                                     (b) Mahindra – Mahindra

(c) WIPRO                                                                 (d) Reliance Industry

56. Buddha delivered his first sermon at:

(a) Sanchi                                                                 (b) Sarnath

(c) Bodh Gaya                                                         (d) Kushinagar

57. Which of the following places is not situated on the eastern coast of India?

(a) Cochin                                                                  (b) Pondicherry

(c) Vishakhapatnam                                                   (d) Mahabalipuram

(58) The Mughal emperor who wrote his autobiography was:                                                                                                     (a) Akbar                (b) Babar             (c) Humayun      (d Shahjahan

(59) The novel ‘Amrit Phul’ in Oriya has been authored by:                                                                                                           (a) T.s.Pillai                (b) G.Shanker    (c) Manoj Das    (d) None of these

(60) Who said,” I have nothing to offer except blood sweet and tears”?                                                                                 (a) Napoleon            (b) Winston Churchill      (c) Lord Nelson (d) Subhash Chandra Bose

(61) The Muslim League demanded a separate state for the Muslims in the year:                                                                              (a) 1930       (b) 1940                (c) 1920                (d) 1946

(62) The earth revolves round the sun .This causes:                                                                                                                         (a) Change of seasons          (b) Formation of day and night  (c) Differences in longitude and time      (d) Deflection of winds and currents

(63) The Mohini Attam dance form was developed in:                                                                                                                    (a) Kerala                (b) Andhra Pradesh        (c) Karnataka     (d) Tamil Nadu

(64) Gandhiji organized ‘Dandi March’ in 1930 against:                                                                                                                    (a) Imposition of tax on salt               (b) Atrocities on Harijans              (c) Repression of the Congress  (d) The communal Award

(65) The study of fossils is known as:                                                                                                                                                       (a) Mars and Venus          (b) Mars and Jupiter       (c) Mercury and Venus  (d) Venus and Saturn

(66) To whom is the council of ministers collectively responsible?                                                                                              (a) The Lok Sabah    (b) The prime Minister  (c) The President             (d) The Rajya Sabha

(67) The Indian constitution is:                                                                                                                                                                   (a) Flexible                (b) Rigid and flexible       (c) Rigid                                (d) None of the above

(68) Which of the following has the sole authority to control the expenditure to the Union Government?                             (a) The Parliament                 (b) The Prime Minister  (c) National Development Council            (d) The Comptroller and Auditor General

(69) The Indian Institute of Advanced Studies is located in which city?                                                                                     (a) Bhopal                 (b) Bangalore     (c) Shimla            (d) Chandigarh

(70) Who led the extremists before the arrival of Gandhi on the political scene for india’s freedom struggle?       (a) Surendranath Banerjee                (b) Gopal Krishna Gokhale                                                                                           (c) Bal Gangadhar Tilak                       (d) Dadabhi Naoroji

(71) Khilafat Movement subside because of:                                                                                                                                      (a) the concessions given to Muslims by the British                                                                                                         (b) the understanding reached between the congress and the Muslim league                                                 (c) accession of kemal pasha to the throne of Turkey                                                                                                             (d) none of the above reasons

(72) Which Muslim ruler enforced a strict price control system during his rule?                                                                    (a)Aladdin Khilji      (b) Iltutmish       (c) sheer shah suri           (d) Mohammed-bin-tughlaq

(73) Which of the following pairs is called twin cities?                                                                                                                      (a) mumbai-pune     (b) Banglore-mysore      (c) Delhi-Ghaziabad        (d) Hyderabad-Secunderabad

(74) Swadeshi movement started in India during:                                                                                                                             (a) The champaran satyagrah of Gandhi                                (b) The protest against Rowlett Act                                         (c) The first non-co-operation movement of 1919-1922          (d) Anti Bengal partition agitation

(75) Mansabdars during the mughal period were:                                                                                                                             (a) Officials of the state                        (b) Revenue collectors                                                                                                  (c) Militia men                                   (d) Landlords and Zamindars

(76)Which of the following publishes the Employment News?                                                                                                    (a) Times of India Group                        (b) Indian Express Group                                                                                              (c) Ministry of information and Broadcasting             (d) Professional management Group

(77) Where is Kanya Kumari situated?                                                                                                                                                    (a) In Tamil Nadu     (b) In Kerala       (c) In Karnataka                                (d) In Greater Nicobar

(78) The first woman, who was appointed judge of the Supreme Court of India hailed from:                                        (a) Goa                 (b) Tamil Nadu                  (c) Kerala             (d) Maharashtra

(79) Who was the Prime Minister of United Kingdom at the time of India’s independence?                                          (a) Winston Churchill               (b) Ramsay Mac Donald                                                                                                                                (c) Lord Mountbatten    (d) Clement Attlee

(80) Which of the following planets have no moons?                                                                                                                       (a) Mercury and Venus                          (b) Mars and Venus                                                                                                        (c) Pluto and Mercury                    (d) Pluto and Mars

(81) One Horse power is equal to: – (a) 746 Kilowatt         (b) 746 KWH                                                                                                                                            (C) 746 Watt                  (d) 647 watt

(82) Which among the following is closest to the Equator?                                                                                                            (a)Trivandrum                   (b) Great Nicobar Islands                                                                                                              (c) Kanyakumari      (d) Tuticoran

(83) 2-4 D is a/an : (a) Fungicide                 (b) Insecticide                                                                                                                                        (c) Herbicide                      (d) Miticide

(84) Joule stands for the unit of:                                                                                                                                                                                               (a) Force              (b) Momentum                                (c) Charge           (d) Energy

(85) Deficiency diseases are caused due to the deficiency of:                                                                                                      (a) Carbohydrates  (b) Proteins        (c) Fats                 (d) Vitamins

(86) Which of the following caves has the ‘Trimurthi’ statue with faces of Brahma, Vishnu, and Mahesh?                               (a) Elephanta            (b) Khajuraho    (c) Elloa                                (d) Kanheri

(87) The interim Government at the centre was formed in 1946:                                                                                                               (a) as a result of Cripps Mission                                                                                                                                        (b) after Mountbatten came to India for transfer of power to Indians                                                                    (c) after the visit of the cabinet Mission                                                                                                                                 (d) before the visit of the cabinet Mission

(88) Which pair is incorrect?                                                                                                                                                                        (a) G-77  Nations-developing nations                                                                                                                                        (b) G-8 Nations-developed and industrialize nations                                                                                                               (c) ASEAN-Group of south East Asian Nations                                                                                                                                (d)Group-15 Nations-Security Council

(89) In a dynamo:             (a) heat energy is converted into mechanical energy                                                                                                       (b) mechanical energy is converted into electrical energy                                                                                              (c) solar energy is converted into electrical energy                                                                                                            (d) electrical energy is converted into mechanical energy

(90) Which of the following materials exhibits sublimation?                                                                                                          (a) Glass                (b) Sponge          (c) Rubber           (d) steel

(91) Which of the following materials exhibits sublimation?                                                                                                          (a) Wax                                (b) ice                   (c) Ethyl Alcohol                (d) camphor

(92) A 100 watt bulb lights 10 hours daily .In a month of 30 days it will consume:                                                                 (a) 100 KWH units      (b) 30 KWH units                                                                                                                              (c) 3KWH units                  (d) 10 KWH units

(93)Cryogenic engines are used for running which of the following programmers?                                                                            (a) Atomic Energy Programme                          (b) Operation Flood                                                                                        (c)Space programme                                        (d) Operation Research programme

(94) Who amongst the following is the author of the famous book ‘my own witness’?                                                    (a) Kamla markandeya                       (b) salman Rushdie                                                                                                         (c) mranal pandey                           (d) shasthivrata

(95) Shimala pact between India and Pakistan was signed in:                                                                                                       (a) 1972                (b) 1971                                (c) 1949                (d) 1965

(96) Who among the following Delhi Sultans was criticized as a mixture of opposites?                                                      (a) Balban                (b) Muhammad-bin-Tughlaq                                                                                                                      (c) Jalaluddin Khilji           (d) Firoz Tughlaq

(97) The state of Andhra Pradesh was created in:                                                                                                                             (a) 1953                (b ) 1951                               (c) 1956                (d) 1972

(98)Who presides over the meeting of the Rajya Sabha?                                                                                                                               (a)President       (b) Prime Minister           (c) speaker         (d) vice-president

(99) The award given by Indian Adult Education Association for promotion adult education is:                                     (a) Nehru Literacy Award  (b) kalinga Award                                                                                                             (c) Bhartendu Award                      (d) Moulana Azad Award

(100)The dispute over siachin glacier area belt is between:                                                                                                           (a) Bhutan and Nepal           (b) India and china           (c) India and Pakistan     (d) china and Pakistan

(101) which of the following rivers falls in the Arabian Sea?                                                                                                          (a) Krishna                (b) Narmada      (c) Mahanadi     (d) Godavari

(102) The maximum number of Anglo-Indian who can be nominated to the Lok Sabha by the President is                             (a) 4                (b)5        (c)2        (d)6

(103) which capital is wrongly matched:                                                                                                                                                 (a) Vietnam-Hanoi (b) Greece-Ankara                                                                                                                          (c) Lebanon-Beirut          (d) Namibia-Windsock

(104) in which year was the Reserve Bank of India established?                                                                                                 (a)1949                 (b)1935                 (c)1952                 (d)1948

(105)Reuter is the News Agency of:        (a) U.S.A.             (b) France           (c) U.K.                 (D)India

(106) The Lok Sabha secretariat comes under the control of:                                                                                                       (a) Ministry of Home Affairs                (b) Speaker of the Lok Sabha                                                                                      (c) Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs     (d) Prime Minister

(107) Sharada Act deals with:                                                                                                                                                                      (a) widow remarriage          (b) polygamy     (c) child marriage             (d) intercaste marriage

(108) State –centre financial relations are looked after by–                                                                                                          (a)Finance commission                                        (b) Ministry of Home Affairs                                                                       (c) National Development Council (d) sarkaria commission

(109) Indian Railways and Postal services were started during the region of:                                                                        (a) Lord Cornwallis           (b) Lord canning                                                                                                                               (c) Lord Ripon                    (d) Lord Dalhousie

(110) Which Article of the constitution empowers the parliament to amend the constitution?                                     (a) 368  (b) 370         (c) 358   (d) 343

(111) in 1931 Mahatma Gandhi signed a pact with:                                                                                                                            (a) Lord Wavell  (b) Lord Curzon (c) Lord Canning    (d) Lord Irwin

(112)The Khilafat Movement was started by:      (a) Muhammad Ali Jinnah            (b) Dr.Zakir Husain                                                                                                           (c) Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed             (d) Ali Brothers

(113) which one of the following is different from others?                                                                                                            (a) BKU                 (b) CITU                               (c) AITUC             (d) INTUC

(114) Satvahans minted their coins predominantly in:                                                                                                                     (a) Silver                (b) Gold                               (c) Copper           (d) Lead

(115) Salim Ali was associated with:                                                                                                                                                         (a) Horology                (b) Ornithology                 (c) Entomology                 (d) parasitology

(116) which of the following is not the function of the Reserve Bank of India?                                                                     (a) Regulating credit in the country (b) keeping of Foreign Exchange Reserve                                             (c) Issuing of one rupee notes and coins (d) Acting as banker to the Government

(117)The present U.N. Secretary General is:                                                                                                                                        (a) Dr.Kofi Annan   (b) U.That           (c) Van ke moon               (d) Trygve Lie

(118) The lowest portion of the atmosphere of the earth is called:                                                                                            (a) Troposphere                      (b) Mesosphere                               (c) Ionosphere                  (d) Stratosphere

(119) The theory of classical music is discussed in:                                                                                                                             (a) Sambaed             (b) yajurveda     (c) Atharvaveda                    (d) Rig-Veda

(120) The provision for separate electorate for Hindus and Muslims was made in:                                                                             (a) Minton-Morley reforms               (b) Mountbatten plan                                                                                                    (c) Montague Chelmsford reforms (d) Government of India Act-1935

(121) Trachoma is a disease of:                                                                                                                                                                  (a) throat                (b) lungs              (c) eyes                                (d) liver

(122) who among the following was associated with the permanent settlement of Bengal?                                          (a) William Bentinck              (b) Lord Cornwallis          (c) Lord Curzon     (d) Lord Dalhousie

(123)The chemical name of aspirin is:                                                                                                                                                      (a) salicylacetic acid                (b) benzoylsalicy late      (c) acetyl benzoic acid    (d) acetylsalicylic acid

(124) How many districts has the newly created state of Chhattisgarh got?                                                                           (a)13    (b) 16    (c) 23   (d) 19

(125)Vitamin ‘A’ is necessary in our body for:                                                                                                                                      (a) proper vision    (b) prevention of blood clotting                                                                                                                (c) hemoglobin synthesis                (d) improving digestion

(126) The Mountain range which forms the western boundary of the Indian sub-continent is called:                        (a) Pirpanjal                (b) Satpura         (c) Ravalli             (d) Hindukush

(127)Suez Canal was nationalized in the year:                                                                                                                                     (a) 1956                (b) 1955                                (c) 1957                (d) 1954

(128) Panchayat Raj under 73rd constitutional system came into force in:                                                                              (a) 1991                                (b) 1994                                (c) 1993                                (d) 1992

(129) whose signatures are found on one rupee note in India?                                                                                                   (a) Finance Minister of Government of India                                                                                                                              (b) President of India                                                                                                                                                                     (c) Finance secretary, Ministry of Finance Government of India                                                                                     (d) Governor, Reserve Bank of India

(130) Form which of the following ores can iron be extracted?                                                                                                    (a) Galena                (b) cinnabar        (c) magnetite     (d) cryolite

(131) The Planning commission was set up in the year:                                                                                                                   (a) 1947                (b) 1948                (c) 1950                (d) 1952

(132) which of the following awards is instituted by the UNESCO?                                                                                             (a) Nehru Award for international understanding                                                                                                  (b) Kalinga prize                                                                                                                                                                                                (c) Arjuna Award                                                                                                                                                                              (d) Dronacharya Award

(133) which planet is in the outer most orbit of the solar system?                                                                                              (a)Saturn                (b) Venus            (c) Pluto               (d) Jupiter

(134) Afuse wire is used in an electric circuit to:                                                                                                                                  (a) minimize loss of electrical energy in transmission                                                                                                 (b) prevent heating of electric wire                                                                                                                                                (c) maintain constant voltage level                                                                                                                                           (d) prevent excessive current from passing through the circuit

(135) Santosh Trophy is associated with:                                                                                                                                                               (a) Hockey (b) cricket            (c) Football         (d) Basketball

(136) Ikebana is Japanese art of :                                                                                                                                                              (a) pop music    (b) plant farming              (c)modern painting         (d)flower arrangement

(137) The term ‘fourth estate’ refers to:                                                                                                                                                               (a) press                     (b) central cabinet           (c) intelligence service   (d) judiciary

(138)Which of the following is the headquarters of the newly established railway zone ‘East Cost Railways’?????                (a)Bhubaneswar              (b) Calcutta                                                                                                                                         (c) Vishakhapatnam              (d) Hyderabad

(139) which of the following is not true of Rajya Sabha?                                                                                                                 (a)The nominated members of the Rajya Sabha also elect the President                                                                              (b) it is the upper house of the Parliament                                                                                                                               (c) Money bills cannot be introduced in the Rajya Sabha                                                                                                    (d)The Vice-President is the ex-officio chairman of the house

(140)Which of the following is the capital of Laksdweep?                                                                                                              (a)Kavaratti                (b) Aizwal            (c) Silvassa          (d) Port Blair

(141) The 13th Asian Games were held in:                                                                                                                                              (a) Seoul                (b) Bangkok        (c) New Delhi     (d) Tokyo

(142) which of the following chemicals is used in the making of photographic films?                                                         (a)aluminium hydroxide                               (b) silver bromide                                                                                                            (c) sodium chloride                                (d)none of the above

(143) which was the first purely Indian Bank established in India?                                                                                              (a) Punjab National Bank    (b) Allahabad Bank                                                                                                          (c) Bank of India                                               (d) Presidency Bank of Bombay

(144) which of the following is/are pilotless aircraft developed in India?                                                                                 (a) Nishant                (b) Lakshaya       (c) Both a and b                                (d) None of these

(145)Which country has won the world cup Football, a record 4 times?                                                                                   (a)Argentina      (b) Brazil              (c) Germany       (d) England

(146) where is the Koyna multipurpose hydroelectric power project situated?                                                                    (a) Madhya Pradesh               (b) Gujarat          (c) Maharashtra                                (d)Himachal Pradesh

(147)Which of the following dams is not on Narmada River?                                                                                                        (a)Mahesh war Hydel power project              (b) Koyna power project                                                                              (c) Jobat project                                                               (d) Indira sager project

(148)The method of destroying harmful bacteria by heat is known as:                                                                                    (a) fumigation          (b) culturing       (c) sterilization  (d) distillation

(149)Which act was known as Black-Bill?                                                                                                                                                (a)Rowlett Act         (b) pit’s India Act              (c) The Regulating Act    (d )Indian council Act

(150) who said ‘child is the father of man?                                                                                                                                            (a)Shakespeare                                (b) John Keats   (c) William words worth                (d) Lord Byron





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