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Test No :37

Q1. Who among the following is accused by the scholars for destroying the importance of Delhi as the centre of Chisti order
Q2. Which of the following statements established that the Harappans had trade links with Mesopatamia and Persian Gulf?
Q3. Among the following who was not a member of the Select Committee headed by Pt.Motilal Nehru and appointed by the All Parties Conference in 1928, for drafting a Constitutional scheme for India?
Q4. Who founded Agra in advance to be used as a headquarters to capture Gwalior and other Rajput regions?
Q5. Among the following who gave his successors the never before strongest North West Frontier, not even by the Britishers except for a brief during 1800-1801?
Q6. In which year, the British Parliament decided that the East India Company should cease to be a trading company?
Q7. Among the following, who detached the whole Deccan, including Daulatabad from the Sultan's Dominions. Never again, except briefly and insecurely for a generation after Aurangazeb's conquests, did Delhi rule the Deccan
Q8. Coins of the I BC onwards are important to the study of history because.....
Q9. Associate the following officials with the correct kingdom/king when they existed: Gopa, Sthanika, Dharmasastha, Panyadh-yaksha,Samasthaadhyaksha and Agarka
Q10. Whose name was "Devanama Piyadassi"?
Q11. Among the following scripts which one was not used in Ashokan inscriptions?
Q12. During the pre-Mauryan period states, BALI was .....
Q13. Alexander's invasion of North west India was around......
Q14. From various evidences specially at Kalibangan, it is presumed that the Harappans used a wooden plough. The plough was believed to have been drawn by.......
Q15. Among the following provinces during British regime, which one had the largest number of members in the Constituent Assembly?
Q16. Mauryan Society was divided into seven classes and it is mentioned in.........
Q17. Which of the following organisation has been termed as the "forerunner to Gandhian programmes for the Harijan"?
Q18. "Educated completely in English, strongly influenced by Bankim Chandra Chatterji's ideologies, and believed that 'Shakti or mother' represented India and it was his focus of attention for life". Relate this statement to the correct person from the following.
Q19. Among the following leaders whose effortrs was the social reform movement first put on the national map?
Q20. The origin of medieval Hindu devotionalism which transformed Hinduism was from.......
Q21. Who was the longest serving Election Commissioner of India?
Q22. When was the First General Election held?
Q23. Who was the first Election Commissioner of India?
Q24. What is the tenure of Election Commissioners?
Q25. Election Commissioners are appointed by ..
Q26. When from the Election Commission started functioning with one Chief Election Commissioner and two Election Commissioners ?
Q27. Headquarters of Election Commission at Delhi is known as.
Q28. When was the Election Commission established?
Q29. Which Article of the Constitution deals with matters related to Elections?
Q30. How many regular Vice Presidents had the opportunity to act as Presidents?
Q31. On how many occasions, acting vice Presidents were appointed?
Q32. Of the regular Vice Presidents so far, how many have not become regular Presidents later?
Q33. Who had the shortest tenure as Vice President?
Q34. Who administers the oath of office to the Vice President?
Q35. Who had the longest stint as Vice President and the only person to be elected for two terms?
Q36. In case of exigencies, how long a vice President can act as President?
Q37. What is the minimum age required for becoming Vice President?
Q38. Under which Article of the Constitution, elected Vice Presidents automatically assumes the office of the Chairman of Rajya Sabha?
Q39. Under which Article of the Constitution, Vice Presidents are elected?
Q40. Who is the executive head of a Union Territory?
Q41. Pick the correct economic equation:
Q42. In ......... a scheme known as "Janta Cloth Scheme" was started to provide employment to handloom weavers and to make available cheaper clothes to weaker sections.
Q43. Which bank was under the obligation for facilitating credit flow for promotion and development of agriculture , small scale industries, cottage and village industries, handicrafts and other rural economic activities?
Q44. Who was the first to introduce the "Backwash Effect" theory in economics?
Q45. Indian Planning Commission was established in the year .............
Q46. A train of 106 m long, moving at a speed of 60 Km/Hr crosses a train of 114 m long coming from the opposite direction in 6 seconds. Find out the speed of the train.
Q47. Two trains, one of 185 m long and the other of 165 m long are running on parallel rails at the rate of 60 Km/Hr and 65 Km/Hr respectively. How much time will they take to cross each other, if they running in the same direction?
Q48. Kamala has 60 one rupee currency notes which bear numbers in order. If the number of the first note is 7575, what will be the number of the last note?
Q49. The ratio of the length and the breadth of a rectangular plot is 7:6. The perimeter of the plot is 208 metres. What is the area of the rectangular plot?
Q50. If the numerator of a fraction is increased by 200% and the denominator of the fraction is increased by 150%, the resultant fraction is 9/35. What is the original fraction?
Q51. The largest lymphoid organ is ...................
Q52. an antibacterial agent.
Q53. The first organ in all animal species to become lymphoid is .......................
Q54. Antiviral proteins are ............
Q55. Human genome analysis involves the analysis of .................
Q56. Alibinis is caused due to absence of ..................
Q57. The pathogens that enter into the body are quickly killed, is ........
Q58. The nucleic acid of virus is surrounded by a protein covering known as .........
Q59. Cones are responsible for
Q60. not an oncogenic virus.
Q61. Number of polypeptide chains found in molecule of immunoglobluin........
Q62. Haemoglobin consists of four sub units called as ......
Q63. The best example for polymorphism could be the existence of genetic disorder in humans namely...............
Q64. NOT an element of Darwinism.
Q65. The basis of prodigality of nature in all living being .......
Q66. The specific radiation which can damage DNA is
Q67. In an animal affected with Anthrax, which of the following symptom can be seen............
Q68. Pink Eye is clinically called...............
Q69. not caused by Hypertension.
Q70. During the recovery period of neuron, the membrane become..........
Q71. Stainless steel is an alloy of Iron,..
Q72. The concentration of acid in batteries is measured by using.
Q73. Of the following, which one represents a chemical change?
Q74. "Saccharimeter" is used to determine .
Q75. The instrument used to determine the volume changes in chemical reaction is known as
Q76. The hardest substance available on earth is.......
Q77. The gas used in ana electric bulb is ......
Q78. The acid present in butter milk is.
Q79. "Green House" effect is due to .....
Q80. Which oxide of Nitrogen is used as "anaesthetic" in the medical field?
Q81. "Vinegar" is an aqueous solution of ........
Q82. "Heavy Water" is used in ....
Q83. "Bauxite" is an ore of..
Q84. The element which has more than one form is known as .......
Q85. The substance commonly used as a cooling agent in refrigerators is ......
Q86. Among the following gases, which one is not found in the air?
Q87. Brass is an alloy of
Q88. The lightest substance is
Q89. The metal whose salts are sensitive to light is ........
Q90. Which of the following is a chemical change?
Q91. "Amalgam" is a mixture of a metal with.
Q92. Ammonia is a compound of hydrogen with........
Q93. Rusting is a process of .....
Q94. The metal which is liquid at room temperature is .......
Q95. The chemical name of "Caustic Soda" is .......
Q96. The Chemical name for Common Salt is Sodium .........
Q97. The chemical name of 'Plaster of Paris' is .......
Q98. The common name for ' Sodium Carbonate ' is ..
Q99. Brass is a compound of
Q100. "Type Metal" is a compound of .......
Q101. "Rock Salt" mainly consists of
Q102. DDT was invented by
Q103. "Atomic Theory" was developed by .......
Q104. "Vulcanization" is a ............
Q105. The process of converting metals into thin sheets is called as .......
Q106. The main constituent of gobar gas is ......
Q107. Mercury is obtained from .....
Q108. The gas released by automobiles is..
Q109. The gas emanating from unclean public urinals is.........
Q110. The acid used in car battery is ........
Q111. In transmission of electric power which instrument is used?
Q112. In the EM spectrum, light waves occupy ........... of the spectrum.
Q113. In the distance between two objects is doubled, the force of attraction between them will be
Q114. In the controlled chain reaction, the number of fissions produced per second is ............
Q115. In the case of liquids, the inter-atomic force is
Q116. In the case of projectile motion, the object should be thrown with
Q117. In solids, the inter-atomic force is
Q118. In the case of liquids, how does the liquid drop held together?
Q119. In solids, the cohesive force is
Q120. In refraction through a glass slab, the .............. ray and ............. ray are parallel to each other
Q121. In projectile motion, the object is thrown at an angle
Q122. In pressure cooker the pressure of steam is equal to
Q123. In order to see full length. image, a person requires a plane mirror which is .............. of his own height.
Q124. In nuclear chain reaction, the liberated neutrons escapes from the reactor due to .........
Q125. In Flemings left hand rule the thumb indicates the direction of
Q126. In electrical power lines, by convention, the live wire is represented by ....... Colour.
Q127. In domestic electric circuits the red coloured insulated copper wire is
Q128. In dispersion, the angle of deviation is minimum for
Q129. In dispersion, the angle of deviation is maximum for
Q130. In DC motor, the effect of couple is to
Q131. "Non-perennial Rivers" are the rivers of ....
Q132. The best example of " fold mountain " is .....
Q133. Ankara and Gondwana were ......making up the Pangaea.
Q134. Pangaea is the undivided land mass with water all around it. How was the water body known?
Q135. Some of the famous hilly places like Coonoor, Kothagiri,Kodaikanal, and Kutralam of Tamilnadu lies in
Q136. To the North East of Deccan Plateau lies........
Q137. The famous Tirupathi Hills lies in ...
Q138. The important rivers of Deccan run towards ......
Q139. Narmada and Tapti rivers drain into....
Q140. Andaman & Nicobar Islands lie north to South in the ......
Q141. Who was the first person to patent a jet engine?
Q142. Ravi Shastri the famous cricketer/commentator played for which county in England?
Q143. What is the famous festival of Rajasthan where trading of camel is the major attraction?
Q144. Where is Fort William in India located?
Q145. About Vivekanand who made the following statement: "If you want to know India, read Vivekananda, in him everything is positive and nothing is negative"?
Q146. Who among the following bought the sword of Tipu Sultan in London and brought it back to India?
Q147. Which highway is the world's longest motorable road?
Q148. From which country India procured the "Hawk" advanced jet trainer aircraft?
Q149. What is a 'Coppola" -(Italian)?
Q150. What was the world's first adhesive postal stamp?
Q151. Massacre of Israeli athletes is an unfortunate incident in the history of olympics. In which year and place it took place?
Q152. Lobamba is the capital of which country?
Q153. Swaythling Cup is associated with which sports?
Q154. Ferdinand Magellan was the first to circumnavigate the world. But, what was the name of the ship?
Q155. Which Chinese dynasty moved the capital to Beijing?
Q156. Where are the Balearic Islands located?
Q157. Whose nickname is "Atomic Flea"?
Q158. Renminbi is Chinese currency. What does it mean literally?
Q159. In which sport will you find two teams defending goals of different sizes?
Q160. "Operation Westend" was a .....
Q161. "Monkey Business" in US affairs was a .....
Q162. Which city of India was the first to introduce cellular phone service?
Q163. One African country recently started celebrating the famous Indian festival - Ganesh Chathurthi. Which one is it?
Q164. Which British spacecraft was lost on Mars on Christmas Day in 2003?
Q165. Christmas is a festival and also a town in......
Q166. Where is the UN International Drug Control Programme headquarters located?
Q167. Why was the Watergate Scandal so called?
Q168. Who is the founder of World Economic Forum?
Q169. Umakant and Ramakant Gundecha are famous,......
Q170. How many English alphabets (capitals) appear the same when looked at in a mirror?
Q171. Who invented the popular soft drink Coca-Cola?
Q172. "Anekantavada" is a core theory and philosophy of which religion?
Q173. Which is the administrative capital/new federal administrative centre of Malaysia?
Q174. Assasination of which Archduke of Austria triggered WWI?
Q175. A, B, C, D, E, and F, not necessarily in that order, are sitting on six chairs regularly placed around a round table. It is observed that A is between D and F, C is opposite D, D and E are not on neighbouring chairs. The person sitting opposite B is
Q176. Suresh is now half of his father's age. After 20 years, his father will be one and half times older than Suresh. The present age of Suresh is ......
Q177. Study the following arrangement of alphabets and answer the question given: D U B C A B E D C A B U D C B A E D B C A D E B A U C D A E B . How many such pairs of alphabets are there in the series of alphabets given in BOLD in the above arrangement each of which has as many letters between them (in both forward and backward directions) as they have between them in the English alphabetical series?
Q178. In a department of a university 100 students were admitted. Of the admitted students 90 per cent students appeaFF0000 and passed in the final examination held two years later Out of the passing students 1/5 passed in first division and 1/5 of the students who passed obtained a second division. In the final exam how many students passed in the third division?
Q179. Examine the following: Ashok is older than Suresh. Raju is older than Ashok and Vivek is not older than Suresh. Which one of the following statements must necessarily be true? (1) Vivek as old as Ashok (2) Vivek is as old as Raju (3) Vivek is as old as Suresh (4) Suresh is younger to Vivek.
Q180. Read the following sentence carefully and find out whether there is/are any grammatical error or idiomatic error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is 'No Error' the answer is (5). (ignore errors of punctuation, if any) ....... The basketball match (1) / was organised and (2) / the sponsored by his (3) / father's company. (4) / No Error (5)
Q181. In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive Voice. Out of the options suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active Voice: "e; One cannot gather grapes from thistles"e;
Q182. Rearrange the following six sentences A to F in proper order and then answer the question that follows: (A) The next day, the priest discovered that one of the servants cut his stick shorter by two inches, fearing that it would grow. (B) When the priest questioned each of the servants, they denied. (C) One day a rich merchant's house was robbed, and he suspected one of his servants. (D) In this way, the wise old priest caught the thief. (E) He approached the wise priest in the village and asked for help on the matter. (F) The priest then gave them each a stick of equal length and said that the stick of the real theif would grow by two inches the next morning. From the above, which should be the FIFTH sentence after the rearrangement?
Q183. Find a suitable option from the options given to replace the highlighted word/s. 5 will be the answer if "e;No correction is required"e; .... "e; His parents aked him to keep studying till they come back. "e;
Q184. Given below are six statements of which the first and the last .. (1) and (6) remains constant. The remaining four are given as (P), (Q),{R} and (S), which are not in the proper order. Arrange them in proper order and find out which order of sentences is correct: (1) In London there is a popular public park called Hyde Park (P) He may succeed in attracting an audience (Q) Anyone who wants to make a speech can do so in Speaker's Corner. (R) In this park, there is a place known as "e;Speaker's Corner"e; (S) On Sunday afternoons, we can find many such people there. (6) They will be standing on soap boxes and speaking away on various subjects.
Q185. Choose the correct word to fill the blank from the given options: "e; Shweta has Chennai all her life"e;.
Q186. Give the opposite of MUDDLED
Q187. An expert in an area of the fine or other arts is known as ..........
Q188. On August 15, 2015, India celebrated its 69th Independence Day and PM Narendra Modi announced which of the the following ?
Q189. In August 2015, which country devalued its currency by 2%?
Q190. In August 2015, Mr. Sundar Pitchai was appointed as the Chief Executive Officer of the world's leading software organization GOOGLE INC., He belonged to which place of Tamilnadu?
Q191. The most important or powerful computer in a typical network...
Q192. .......Gigabytes make up one Petabyte
Q193. You can open the consolidate dialog box by choosing Consolidate from the
Q194. The important things to be considered while selecting a modem is
Q195. MICR is a computer generated identification system used only in ......
Q196. The types of modems are .........
Q197. Which of the following makes a network insecure?
Q198. The unit "e;kilo instructions per second"e; is used to measure the speed of ...
Q199. The 32 bit version of the windows operating system consists of DLLs
Q200. Name the translator programme which is used in Assembly Language?



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