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Test No :47

Q1. Who was the ruler of India when the East India Company was set up?
Q2. In which mughal ruler's court European paintings was introduced?
Q3. Which of the following did not feature in the elegant architecture of the Lodhis?
Q4. During the Tughlaq's period, the Sultanate architecture underwent a change. Which of the following did not contribute to the change?
Q5. Put the following events in the ascending chronological order..... a) I Battle of Panipat b) II Battle of Tarain c)Capital shifted to Deogiri from Delhi d)Invasion of Ahmad Shah Abdali
Q6. Balban introduced total prohibition (drinking) because.......
Q7. Which of the following muslim ruler introduced the 'standing army'?
Q8. Iltumish followed neutrality when Mangabarni approached him for help against the Mongols because.....
Q9. Which of the following 'Sultans' made a successful attempt to free himself from the control of the 'ulemas'?
Q10. Which of the following proved to be a check on the absolute powers of the Sultans of Delhi?
Q11. The powers that concentrated for supremacy with the Rashtrakutas in North India were the........
Q12. With which kingdom, the Hoysala kingdom finally got merged?
Q13. Who was the famous court poet of Akbar?
Q14. Which of the following attribute the greatness of Sher Shah?
Q15. Akbar followed the path of conciliation towards the Rajputs in order to.....
Q16. Which one of the following is the finest example of Mughal architecture in marble?
Q17. In the III Battle of Panipat, who defeated the Marathas?
Q18. Among the following statements which one of them is nearly true to the attitude of Aurangazeb?
Q19. Among the following statements which one exemplifies the greatness of Shivaji?
Q20. Among the following who set up a separate department for the maintenance of slaves?
Q21. The "Dharma Chakra" in the centre of the National Flag is taken from
Q22. National Flag in its present form, was adopted on.
Q23. What is the ISI (now BIS) code for the National Flag?
Q24. Pingali Venkayya, the person who proposed the tri-colour flag, was a
Q25. Who proposed a tricolour flag (similar to the present one) with a Chakra (spinning wheel) at the Centre and was adopted on 2.4.1931 as the flag of the Indian National Congress?
Q26. The first Chief Justice of independent India was..
Q27. Who was the first to propose a flag for India?
Q28. As of 2011, the Constitution of India has Articles
Q29. In its original first version, the Constitution of India had..Articles.
Q30. "Man is a political animal" - whose quote is this?
Q31. The first Vice President of India was.
Q32. Prime Minister of India is appointed by..
Q33. The emergency may be in force for a continuous period of
Q34. The recruitment to the Supreme Court and High Courts are taken care of.
Q35. The neighbouring country which is under the protection of our country (India) is
Q36. Number of spokes in the wheel of our National Flag is
Q37. Rajya Sabha can retain a money bill for a maximum period of .
Q38. When the President's rule is imposed in a state and to continue it further, it should be extended every
Q39. Financial Emergency can be imposed under Article . Of the constitution.
Q40. State emergency is imposed under Article..
Q41. Service Tax was first introduced from..............
Q42. The Headquarter of 'Economic and Social Commission for Asia and Pacific' is at .................
Q43. RBI is headquartered at .....
Q44. not a reason for cost push inflation.
Q45. World Bank has recently agreed to extend a loan of $500 million to India for.............
Q46. A horse is tied to a post by a rope. If it moves along a circular path, keeping the rope tight and describes 132m when it has traced out an angle of 108 degree at the centre, then the length of the rope is:
Q47. P,Q and R invested Rs.45,000, Rs.70,000 and Rs.90,000 respectively to start a business. At the end of two years, they earned a profit of Rs.1,64,000. What will be Q's share in the profit?
Q48. A started a business with a capital of Rs.1,00,000. One year later, B joined him with a capital of Rs.2,00,000. At the end of 3 years from the start of the business, the profit earned was 84,000. The share of B in the profit exceeded the share of A by.....
Q49. Find the difference between the compound interest and the simple interest for the sum Rs.1500 at 10% per annum for 2 years
Q50. The property of a man was divided among his wife, son and daughter as follows: wife's share is equal to 6/7 of son's share and daughter's share is equal to 4/7 of son's. If the son and daughter together receive Rs.1,02,300, how much does the wife get?
Q51. The enzymes that can cut DNA into fragments are known as..................
Q52. Growing of plant cells, tissues and organs on an artificial synthetic medium under controlled conditions is called.........
Q53. Cells are cultured, induced to multiply and differentiated into plantlets through a process known as .............
Q54. the pH of the tissue culture medium is adjusted to.................
Q55. Interferon, Insulin and Pencillin are drugs prepared through the ................process.
Q56. Of the following, which is the major thrust are in Biotechnology?
Q57. The hybrid formed between potato and tomato is called as .....................
Q58. Excess cholesterol in our body is bad for our health.
Q59. The type of fatty substances (lipids)that are found in our blood are.................
Q60. Protoplasts are removed in a ............solution.
Q61. Genetically engineered plant species are known as ........
Q62. The embryo with the differentiation of root and shoot is...................
Q63. The accessory food factors are:
Q64. Which of the following statement is false?
Q65. Purine and pyrimidine are the
Q66. Crossing over takes place between the chromosomes of .....................
Q67. What total cholesterol level is considered desirable?
Q68. The haploid set of chlorosome in a species is.................
Q69. The delivery of DNA on microscopic particles into target tissue is...................
Q70. LDL is called bad cholesterol because it can cause a blockage in the arteries and HDL is called good cholesterol because it removes excessive cholesterol deposits.