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Test No :65

Q1. "Moderate Politics" was gaining a systematic criticism in the 1890s in the regions of ......
Q2. For what reason the public meeting was held on 13th April 1919 in Jalianwala Bagh, Amritsar which ultimately ended in massacre?
Q3. Aggrieved over which event below, Gandhiji founded the Satyagraha movement in 1919?
Q4. Who among the following muslim leaders became the president of INC for the first time?
Q5. Which Indian communist leader among the following played a key role in the world communist movement?
Q6. Where did Gandhiji start the 'satyagraha' for the first time?
Q7. Which legislation of the British, for the first time gave representation for Indians in the legislature?
Q8. Who was the Viceroy of India, during the visit of King George V?
Q9. At which session of the Indian National Congress, Quit India Movement was adopted?
Q10. Which of the following statements about Quit India movement is wrong?
Q11. Which factor below mentioned did not directly contribute to the grant of independence for India?
Q12. Who was that close adjutant of Gandhiji who was asked to try for the first time his specific technique of controlled mass struggle in a native state during 1939?
Q13. Who quoted Gandhiji as a 'seditious fakir" and strongly objected the British governement negotiating on equal terms, in February-March 1931?
Q14. Which of the following statements regarding Md.Ali Jinnah is wrong?
Q15. For what reason Gandhiji began a fast unto death in Yeravada Jail on September 1932?
Q16. When did Muslim League adopt "self government" as one of its objectives?
Q17. Who was the President of the Indian National Congress at the time of the Moderate-Extremist split?
Q18. Who among the following muslim leaders was elected as the Permanent President of the Muslim League in 1908?
Q19. Some of the militant nationalism regions down to 1907 to 1919 are given below. Pick the odd one out where such base did not exist. Punjab Gujarat Bengal Maharashtra
Q20. Who gave the slogan " do or die " which turned out to be the most powerful slogan during the freedom movement?
Q21. What is the sex ratio of our country according to the 2011 census?
Q22. What was the motto of the Census 2011?
Q23. 2011 Census was the ………….in our country
Q24. Lakshmi Sahgal was the first woman contestant for President of India. She lost to ……
Q25. In which year "The President's (Emoluments and) Pension Act was enacted?
Q26. With reference to Union Government, consider the following statements: (1) The Ministries/Departments of the Government of India are created by the Prime Minister on the advice of the Cabinet Secretary. (2) Each of the Ministries is assigned to a Minister by the President of India on the advice of the Prime Minister. Which of the statements given above is/are correct?
Q27. NAMA 11 group of countries frequently appeared in the news in the context of the affairs of which one of the following?
Q28. In the later half of the year 2008, which one of the following countries pulled out of Commonwealth of Independent States?
Q29. Among the following Presidents of India, who was also the Secretary General of Non-Aligned Movement for some period?
Q30. Among other things, which one of the following was the purpose for which the Deepak Parekh Committee was constituted?
Q31. With reference to "Aam Aadmi Bima Yojana" consider the following statements: (1) The member insured under the scheme must be the head of the family or n earning member of the family in a rural landless house hold (2) The member insured must be in the age group of 30 to 65 years. (3) There is a provision for free scholarship for up to two children of the insured who are studying between classes 9 and 12. Which of the statements given above is/are correct?
Q32. Present group of nations known as G 8 started first as G 7. Which one among the following was not one of them?
Q33. Consider the following countries: (1) Brunei Darussalam (2) East Timor (3) Laos. Which of the above is/are member/s of ASEAN?
Q34. Consider the following countries: (1) Switzerland (2) Malta (3) Bulgaria. Which of the above are members of European Union?
Q35. Which of the following is/are fundamental for the governance of the country, according to our Constitution?
Q36. Consider the following statements: (1) Between Census 1951 and Census 2001, the density of the population of India has increased more than three times. (2) Between Census 1951 and Census 2001, the annual growth rate (exponential) of the population of India has doubled. Which of the statements given above is/are correct?
Q37. With which one of the following has the B K Chaturvedi Committee dealt?
Q38. Other than Venezeula, which one among the following from South America is a member of OPEC?
Q39. Under the administration of which one of the following is the Department of Atomic Energy?
Q40. Who is the Chairman of the National Water Resources Council?
Q41. In India, the inflation is measured by the
Q42. The Sixth and the Eighth Five Year Plans covered the period 1980-1985 and 1992-1997 respectively. The Seventh Five Year Plan covered the period ......
Q43. Which of the following comes under non-plan expenditure? (1) subsidies (2) interest payments (3) Defence expenditure (4) Maintenance expenditure for the infrastructure creat4ed in the previous plans.
Q44. National Income is the
Q45. The average rate of domestic savings (gross) for the Indian economy as reported last for (2011) is estimated to be in the range of
Q46. The area of a circle is 3850 Square meters. What is its circumference?
Q47. A man takes 6 Hours 30 mts in going by a cycle and coming back by scooter. He would have lost 2 hrs 10 mts by going on cycle both ways. How long would it take him to go by scooter bothways?
Q48. Out of 100 persons surveyed, 72 had a wallet, 85 wore brown shoes, 58 carried a brief case and 98 wore a ring. How many persons must have had at least all the four items?
Q49. In a den there are some rats and birds. Together they have 20 heads and 48 feet. How many birds are there?
Q50. Ram's uncle gave him Rs.100 on his first birthday. On each birthday after that he doubled his previous gift. By the day after his eighth birthday, what was the total amount that his uncle had given him?
Q51. An anaerobic species of the bacterium Clostridium causes a very serious disease in human populations. Which one of the following?
Q52. Reserpine is a medicine to
Q53. Population means ...
Q54. An ecosystem consists of
Q55. A prairie is
Q56. Nitrification refers to
Q57. One way of checking the expansion of the Thar desert would be
Q58. The ozone layer of the earth is useful for living beings because
Q59. A hydrophyte is
Q60. The functional unit in ecology community is
Q61. The best example of an ecological community is
Q62. Aquaculture is the
Q63. The earliest human who practised crude surgery, kept records, created some art, and conducted for­mal burial rites were
Q64. It is said that the spiders of the Himalayas are native to the highest territory-higher than any animal of earth. Spiders are carnivorous. Therefore they must thrive by
Q65. Taiga represents
Q66. In a very hot climate, one is likely to find
Q67. The two most prevalent ions in the marine habitat are
Q68. Snakes and vultures are eating rats in a field. If wild dogs are let into the field the immediate result will be a
Q69. Which of the following cells/structures are excretory in function? 1. Malpighian tubules, 2. Flame cells, 3. Amoeboid coelomocytes, 4. Chlorogogen cells
Q70. Radiocarbon dating is used to find the age of