Test No :60
Q1. Which two principalities merged to form the Kingdom of Romania in 1859?
Q2. Which Chinese traveller visited India during the rule of Harshavardhana?
Q3. On which date Gandhiji launched the Quit India Movement?
Q4. With whom did the British East India Co., conclude the Treaty of Alinagar?
Q5. Which Sultan of Delhi shifted his capital from Delhi to Devagiri?
Q6. Where was the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan imprisoned by his son Aurangazeb?
Q7. In which war was the US Capital Washington DC captured by a foreign power?
Q8. Where is Akbar's Tomb?
Q9. Who founded the Ottoman Empire?
Q10. "Boxer Rebellion" took place in......
Q11. Who was the penultimate emperor of India?
Q12. Battle of Gattysburg was the turning point in American Civil War. In which American state this battle took place?
Q13. Who was the founder of the Bahmani Sultanate?
Q14. Which Sikh Guru was martyred on the orders of the Mughal Emperor Aurangazeb?
Q15. What was the name of the ship in which Vasco da Gama began his first voyage to India?
Q16. Which freedom fighter was popularly known as "Mahamana"?
Q17. In which year did the I Anglo Afghan War begin?
Q18. The Achaemenid Empire is related to which part of the present world ?
Q19. Which war saw the airplane first used for combat?
Q20. What was the birthname of Genghis Khan?
Q21. National Anthem "Jana Gana Mana" was composed by
Q22. "Jana Gana Mana" was first sung at the ……….. session of Indian National Congress..
Q23. Which of the following are the methods of Parliamentary control over public finance in India? (1) Placing Annual Financial Statement before the Parliament (2) Withdrawal of moneys from Consolidated Fund of India only after passing the Appropriation Bill (3) Provisions of supplementary grants and vote-on-account. (4) A periodic or atleast a mid-year review of programme of the Government against macroeconomic forecasts and expenditure by a Parliamentary Budget Office (5) Introducing Finance Bill in the Parliament
Q24. On which date Lord Mountbatten proclaimed the "declaration of Independence"?
Q25. National Integration Day is observed on………………….
Q26. During whose rule Indian Constitution was established?
Q27. In which year the first General Elections was held in Independent India?
Q28. Which of the following special powers have been conferred on the Rajya Sabha by the Constitution of India?
Q29. Among the following countries, which one practices "Direct Democracy"?
Q30. Which of the following countries is a good example of the "bi-party (two Party)" political system?
Q31. "Of the People, By the People and For the People" is the best definition for democracy. Who gave it?
Q32. Under the Directive Principles of State Policy, the Government must ensure………………
Q33. Which of the following political act has not happened in our country?
Q34. Current (2012) Lok Sabha is the ………………..
Q35. As of 2012, how many Indian languages have been recognized as the Official Languages?
Q36. Read the following statements and pick the correct ones: "The fundamental object of Panchayati Raj System is to ensure……………………….. A) Participation of people in developmental activities B) Decentralisation of democratic processes. C) Mobilisation of Finance D) Political accountability
Q37. National Income in India is computed by the ……………….
Q38. Which of the following Five Year Plans recognised human development as the core of all developmental efforts?
Q39. Cooperative Societies came under the State Government's control in the year……………..
Q40. Cooperative Societies are to be registered under the respective state government's …………..
Q41. Consider the following and state which of these is/are component/s of internal debt? (1) Market borrowings (2) Treasury Bills (3) Special securities issued to RBI .
Q42. The primary function of the Finance Commission in India is to
Q43. Gilt edged market means
Q44. Consider the following statements and state which one/s is/are correct? The Indian rupee is full convertible (1) in respect of Current Account of Balance of Payment (2) In respect of Capital Account of Balance of Payment (3) Into gold
Q45. The growth rate of per capita income of current prices is higher than that of the per capita income at constant prices, because the latter takes into account the rate of .....
Q46. A shopkeeper marks his goods at 40% above their cost price. He is able to sell 3/4th of his goods at this price, and the remaining at 40% discount. Assuming that the shopkeeper is able to sell all the goods he buys, find his loss or gain as % on the whole transaction.
Q47. Suppose six coins are flipped then the probability of getting atleast one tail is..................
Q48. A certain number of 10 paise coins and thrice the number of 20 paise coins add up to Rs.21/-. If so, the number of 20 paise coins is .....
Q49. Rubina could get equal number of Rs.55/-, Rs.85/- and Rs.105/- tickets for a movie. She spends Rs.2940 for all the tickets. How many of each did she buy?
Q50. The population of a town is 164000. It increases by 9% in the first year and decreases by 5% in the second. What is the population of the town at the end of the 2nd year?
Q51. The centres for balancing and hearing lie respectively, in the
Q52. When dust gets into the eye, the part that be inflamed and pink is the
Q53. The expulsion of milk from the breast during suckling is brought about by
Q54. The sex of a child is determined
Q55. Insufficient dietary iodine causes a/an
Q56. The gland that contains the body's thermostat is
Q57. Patients who excrete large quantities of sodium in the urine have
Q58. Because the cells of islets of Langerhans are worn out completely, one would expect to find a
Q59. Acetyl CoA, a common key compound in intermediary metabolism, is produced in the body by 1 . b-oxidation of fatty acids 2. anaerobic breakdown of glucose 3. breakdown of glucose under aerobic conditions 4. breakdown of anti-ketogenic amino acids
Q60. The movement of eggs from the ovaries to the uterus proceeds through the
Q61. Fertilisation occurs normally in the
Q62. The destruction of mucous membrane of the uterus and consequent bleeding that occurs periodically in females of primates is
Q63. The period that marks the physiological cessation of the menstrual flow and consequently the end of the child-bearing period is referred to as
Q64. The most likely period in which a woman may conceive is
Q65. Ovulation generally occurs
Q66. In males, testes are contained in scrotal sacs because
Q67. The average length of human pregnancy is
Q68. Monozygotic twins are
Q69. Agents that cause birth defects are
Q70. Following fertilisation, implantation usually occurs