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Test No :59

Q1. Which of the following is an example of the Nagara style of architecture?
Q2. Relating to the socio-economic life in ancient South India during 200BC to 300 AD, which of the following statement is correct?
Q3. Which of the following statement is wrong?
Q4. At which place idols related to Brahmanical religion have been discovered?
Q5. Among the following which sculpture depicts 'nature' the most?
Q6. Who were the principal patrons of Ghandara art?
Q7. Buddha's images are generally seen in two postures - standing and sitting. The one found at Katra is among the oldest. Which of the following is not a characteristic of this idol?
Q8. Point out the one statement that is incorrect with regard to Ashoka's Dhamma.... .
Q9. Which one was not the important cause for the downfall of Mauryan Empire?
Q10. Which of the following statement is wrong?
Q11. With reference to the later Vedic period, which of the following statement is wrong?
Q12. Which of the following statement is wrong with reference to the Later Vedic period....?
Q13. From the 'Atharvaveda' we can understand.....
Q14. Which of the following statement is correct with regard to the early Vedic age?
Q15. Regarding the earliest surviving Buddhist art, what cannot be said to have particularly appealed to the Europeans is that it was.......
Q16. The early Buddhist are incorporated pre-Buddhist elements as is best demonstrated .....
Q17. Which is the earliest inscription that is the first official record in Sanskrit .........
Q18. The 150 BC Pillar inscription of Besnagar refers to the great theistic cult of ........
Q19. Who founded the city of Aurangabad in 1610?
Q20. Who was the Chief Minister of the United Provinces at the time of independence?
Q21. Who is the first Indian to be appointed deputy speaker of the House of Lords?
Q22. In 1971, which Union Territory was converted into a state?
Q23. The Constitution of India is divided into how many parts?
Q24. Who was the first Asian to become a Member of Parliament in Britain?
Q25. In which year the women in India were given the voting rights?
Q26. How long did the Constituent Assembly take to draft the Constitution of India?
Q27. Who was the first Attorney General of India after Independence?
Q28. Which leader formed the party "Congress for Democracy" in 1977?
Q29. Who was the first woman to be elected governor of a US state?
Q30. What is the official religion of Cambodia?
Q31. Who is the only person to have won the Gold Medal for Javelin three times in the Olympics?
Q32. Which Physicist discovered the neutron?
Q33. From which nation's statute was the concept of the Five Year Plan borrowed into the Indian Constitution?
Q34. Which country was was formerly known as the Dutch East Indies?
Q35. Consider the following statements and pick the one/s that is/are correct: (1) National Development Council is an organ of the Planning Commission (2) The Economic and Social Planning is kept in the Concurrent List in the Constitution of India and (3) The Constitution of India prescribes that Panchayats should be assigned the taks of preparation of plans for economic development and social justice.
Q36. State of Maharashtra was formed on.
Q37. Who among the following had the shortest tenure as Prime Minister of India?
Q38. Who among the following acted twice as Prime Minister of India?
Q39. In which state of India is the world's highest polling booth located?
Q40. Of the following four princely states which did not join Indian Union on 15.8.1947, three of them were ruled by Princes whose own religion was different from that of the majority of their subjects. Pick the odd one out of this group.
Q41. Consider the following taxes and state which of them is/are Indirect taxes: (1) Corporation Tax (2) Customs Duty (3) Wealth Tax and (4) Excise Duty.
Q42. .................Committee examined and suggested Financial sector Reforms.
Q43. The term National Income represents
Q44. ASSERTION {A}: Ceiling on foreign exchange for a host of current account transaction heads was lowered in the year 2000.REASON {R} : There was a fall in foreign currency assets also.
Q45. The prices at which the government purchases foodgrains for maintaining the Public Distribution System and for building up buffer stocks is known as ...........
Q46. The difference between a two digit number and the number obtained by interchaing the two digits of the same number is 27. The sum of the digits of the two digit number is 11. What is the two digit number?
Q47. The radius of the base and height of a cone are 3cm and 5 cm respectively where as the radius of the base and height of a cylinder are 2 cm and 4 cm respectively. The ratio of the volume of the cone to that of cylinder is .....
Q48. Ages of Radha and Medha are in ratio of 5:4. 6 years before, their total age was 42. What are their ages now?
Q49. An oil refinery takes 100 litres of crude oil as input and after refining for 1 hr gives certain amount of output oil X litres. This can be sold in the market at a profit of Rs.30/- per litre. If this oil is further refined for 1/2 hour it gives oil Y litres. This can be sold at a profit of Rs.50 per litre. Output and input ratio at both the stages is 90%. The maximum amount that can be earned from 1000 litres of crude input is .........
Q50. An HR company employs 4800 people, out of which 45 per cent are males and 60% of the males are either 25 years or older. How many males are employed in HR Company who are younger than 25 years?
Q51. The life span of human red corpuscles is
Q52. The rate at which the heart beats per minute in an adult averages
Q53. Once blood clots at a wound, harmful bacteria are prevented from entering by
Q54. Venous blood is carried to the lungs for oxygenation by the
Q55. People who live at high altitudes have rosy cheeks because
Q56. The route of circulation in the human heart is
Q57. The fundamental role of root hairs in plants is
Q58. Water and mineral salts are translocated in plants in the
Q59. The transport of organic substances in plants is through
Q60. Water and mineral salts are translocated through vessels in angiosperms. The maximum length of such a vessel is
Q61. The volume of urine produced in an adult human every 24 hours is
Q62. The artificial kidney operates on the principle of
Q63. The least toxic of nitrogenous wastes is
Q64. The excreta of lizards and birds contains a white component which is chemically
Q65. The control centres that regulate hunger, water balance and body temperature are located in the
Q66. The rate and force of the heartbeat, the secretion of glands of the alimentary tract and the contraction of involuntary muscles are controlled by the
Q67. The cerebellum
Q68. Encephalitis occurs when
Q69. A person will have brown eyes, blue eyes or black eyes depending upon the particular pigment present in the
Q70. While swallowing a tablet of chloroquin, one experiences its bitter taste when it accidentally comes in contact with the