UPPSC: Prelims Mock Test 1 (FREE)

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Total Questions: 150

Total Time: 120 Minutes

Negative Marking: 1/3


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1. Which one of the following writs directs lower courts to stop the hearing of any case?

(a) Prohibition

(b) Certiorari

(c) Quo Warranto

(d) Habeas Corpus

2. Which of the following is not included in the original powers of the President ?

(a) Prorogation of Parliament

(b) Dissolution of Lok Sabha

(c) Adjournment of Lok Sabha

(d) Calling of Joint Meeting, in case of deadlock

3. The main eligibility to be appointed Attorney General of India is same as :

(a) Judge of Supreme Court

(b) Judge of High Court

(c) Judge of High Court and Supreme Court both.

(d) As determined by the President.

4. Any member of Lok Sabha can be declared

Ineligible by the speaker if :

(a) He remains absent from the house continuously for the two months without intimating the house.

(b) He remains absent from the house continuously for 180 days without intimating the house.

(c) He remains absent from the house continuously for 14 days without intimating the house.

(d) None of these.

5. Which one of the following articles is related with the original jurisdiction of Supreme Court?

(a) Article 129           (b) Article 131

(c) Article 137           (d) Article 140

6. How many members are nominated to the State Legislative Council by the Governor?

(a) 1/6                        (b) 1/3

(c) 5/6                        (d) 2/3

7. State Election Commission was constituted for the first time by which constitutional amendment?

(a) 42nd                     (b) 74th

(c) 52nd                     (d) 73rd

8. Which of the following is/are included in the Panchayati Raj Institutions?

1. Gram Sabha

2. Nyaya Panchayat

3. Gram Panchayat

4. Village Cooperative Societies

Code :

(a) 1, 3, 4                    (b) 2, 3, 4

(c) 1, 3                        (d) 1, 2, 3

9. Who among the following had initially led the movement in Bengal against the partition of Bengal ?

(a) Ashutosh Mukherjee

(b) Surendra Nath Banerjee

(c) C.R. Das

(d) Avnindra Nath Tagore

10. Consider the following :

1. The Golden Bird

2. The Bird of Time

3. The Golden Threshold

4. The Broken Wing

Which of the above books are written by Sarojini Naidu ?

(a) 2, 3 and 4             (b) 1, 2 and 3

(c) 1, 3 and 4                         (d) All of the above

11. Consider the following statements regarding river Kaveri :

1. This river orininates from Brahmagiri hills situated in Karnataka.

2. Kabini, Hemwati, Amarawati are its main tributaries.

Choose the correct statements :

(a) Only 1                   (b) Only 2

(c) 1 and 2 Both        (d) Neither 1 nor 2

12. Arrange the following incidents according to their chronology :

1. Poona Pact

2. Gandhi-Irwin Pact

3. 14 Points Formula of Jinnah

4. Dandi March

Code :

(a) 3, 4, 2, 1                (b) 1, 2, 3, 4

(c) 3, 2, 1, 4                (d) 1, 4, 3, 2

13. The suit “Namit Sharma Vs Union of India” is related with which of the followings?

(a) Reservation in promotion

(b) Right to live in solitude

(c) Right to Information

(d) Right of public representation

14. Match List-I with List-II and choose the correct answer with the help of given codes:

List-I                                                 List-II

A) Simpson Desert              1. Australia

B) Amapa Mines                  2. Brazil

C) Sonoran Desert               3. America

D) Loma Mountains           4. South Africa

Code:

     A B C D

(a) 1 2 3 4

(b) 1 3 2 4

(c) 2 4 1 3

(d) 3 2 1 4

15. Consider the following pairs :

1. Bansagar Project – River Son

2. Sri Selam Project – River Godawari

3. Kishau Project – River Tons

Which of the above pairs is/are correctly matched ?

(a) 1 and 2                 (b) 1 and 3

(c) 2 and 3                 (d) All of the above

16. Consider the followings :

1. Ozone (O3)

2. Sulpher Trioxide (SO3)

3. Amonia (NH3)

4. Nitric Oxide (NO)

Which of the above come under the secondary pollutants ?

(a) 1, 2 and 3                         (b) 2, 3 and 4

(c) 1 and 2                  (d) 3 and 4

17. Pyramid of numbers in grassland Ecosystem is :

(a) Upright                (b) Inverted

(c) Both                     (d) None of these

18. Consider the following pairs :

1. Glober Salt – Glass Making

2. Kelgon – For removing permanent hardness of water

3. Ozone – Pesticide

Which of the followings is/are correctly matched ?

(a) 1 and 2                 (b) 1 and 3

(c) 2 and 3                 (d) All of the above

19. Which of the following statements regarding Regional Councils is incorrect?

(a) These are statutory bodies.

(b) At present there are four regional council.

(c) These are only advisory bodies.

(d) Union Home Minister is the president of all the Regional Councils.

20. Dafla, Miri, Abore and Mishmi hills situated in Arunachal Pradesh are the part

of which Himalaya ?

(a) Trans Himalaya

(b) Small Himalaya

(c) Great Himalaya

(d) Shivalik Himalaya

21. ‘Gulf of Martaban’ is situated in :

(a) West region of Australia

(b) South region of Myanmar

(c) West region of Japan

(d) North region of Iran

22. Which of the following pairs is/are

correctly matched ?

1. Longest river of Asia–    Hwang Ho

2. Highest peak of Europe – Elbrus

3. Grand Canyon –              Columbia river

Code :

(a) 1 and 2                 (b) 1 and 3

(c) Only 2                  (d) All of the above

23. Which of the following divides Antarctic Continent in two parts ?

(a) Elsbeth Mountain Range

(b) Vinson Massif

(c) Rass Island

(d) Queenmaud Mountains

24. Which one of the following is not an example of Crater Lake ?

(a) Victoria Lake

(b) Titikaka Lake

(c) Greatsalt Lake

(d) Lonar Lake

25. Which of the following palces of U.P. is not included in World Heritage sites of

UNESCO?

(a) Fort of Agra

(b) Taj Mahal

(c) Fatehpur Sikri

(d) Ranabhar Stup

26. Govind Ballabh Pant Social Science Institute is situated at :

(a) Banaras (b) Prayagraj

(c) Lucknow (d) Ghaziabad

27. Correct descending order of following districts in terms of male literacy is –

1. Gautambuddh Nagar

2. Ghaziabad

3. Auraiya

Code :

(a) 3 2 1 (b) 1 3 2

(c) 2 3 1 (d) 2 1 3

28. Which of the following Chalcolithic Place

was known as ‘Tambwati’ i.e. the place of

copper?

(a) Gilund                 (b) Jorwe

(c) Inamgaon                        (d) Ahaar

29. In which year, in the battle of the Hydaspes Alexander defeated King Porus ?

(a) 326 B.C.               (b) 323 B.C.

(c) 305 B.C.               (d) 320 B.C.

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30. During the period of which of the following Mughal Rulers, The Shah of Faras had captured Kandhar from mughals ?

(a) Shahjahan0                    (b) Akbar

(c) Aurangzeb                       (d) Jahangir

31. Match List-I with List-II and choose the correct answer with the help of given codes:

List-I List-II

A) Uranium                          1. Calomel

B) Stanous Sulphide                       2. Mosaic gold

C) Mercurous Chloride      3. Metal of Hope

D) Lead Acetate                   4. Sugar of Lead

Code:

    A B C D

(a)2 3 4 1

(b) 3 2 4 1

(c) 1 2 3 4

(d) 3 2 1 4

32. Consider the followings :

1. Making of Bread from Wheat

2. Burning of Incense Stick

3. Rusting of Iron

4. Formation of Clouds

Which of the above is/are the example of chemical change ?

(a) 1, 2 and 3                         (b) 2 and 3

(c) 1 and 4                  (d) All of the above

33. Which one of the following substance is not an Anesthetic ?

(a) Nitrous Oxide

(b) Di Ethyl Ether

(c) Streptomycin

(d) Chloroform

34. Which of the following isotopes of Hydrogen shows the characteristics of Radioactivity?

(a) Protium

(b) Deuterium

(c) Tritium

(d) None of these

35. What measures have been taken to extract solid substances dissolved in Water Processing Plants ?

(a) Oxidation and Filtration

(b) Activated Carbon and Air Stripping

(c) Reverse Osmosis, Distillation and Ion Exchange

(d) None of these

36. What happens in Photophosphorylation ?

(a) Formation of ADP from ATP

(b) Formation of ATP from ADP

(c) Formation of NADP from ATP

(d) Formation of ATP from NADPH

37. The percentage of proteins in wheat is ?

(a) 45%                                   (b) 25%

(c) 12%                                   (d) 30%

38. Widal test is done for ?

(a) Cholera                            (b) Malaria

(c) Typhoid                            (d) Yellow Fever

39. Lymphocytes which destroy germs & protect human from infections are found in :

(a) Blood                               (b) Lymph

(c) Arteries                            (d) Veins

40. Pigmented and Light Reflective Cells are:

(a) Leucoplast                       (b) Chloroplast

(c) Chromatophore                         (d) Chromatoplast

41. Central Nodel Agency to implement

Minimum Support Price for commercial

crops is :

(a) F.C.I.                                 (b) NABARD

(c) TRYFED                           (d) NEFED

42. Match List-I with List-II and choose the

correct answer with the help of given codes:

List-I                                     List-II

(King)                                   (Dynasty)

A) Rajendra                          1. Pallav

B) Mahendra Varman        2. Hoysala

C) Amoghvarsha                  3. Rashtrakoot

D) Vishnuvardhan              4. Chola

Code:

     A B C D

(a) 4 1 3 2

(b) 1 4 3 2

(c) 4 1 2 3

(d) 3 2 4 1

43. The pH value of which of the following solutions will be less than 7 ?

(a) NaOH                               (b) KCl

(c) FeCl3                                (d) NaCl

44. Which of the following is called as upland

of Delta region ?

(a) Bef (b) Bils

(c) Peh (d) Chars

45. Which one of the following is a tribasic

acid?

(a) Hydrocloric Acid

(b) Nitric Acid

(c) Sulphuric Acid

(d) Phosphoric Acid

46. Which one of the following is not the part

of Directive Principles of State Policy as established in the constitution of India ?

(a) Equal justice and free legal aid.

(b) Protection of monuments and places of national importance.

(c) Protection of Personal Law.

(d) Keeping judiciary separate from executive.

47. Which one of the following pairs is correctly matched?

(Bhakti Saints)                 (Philosophy)

(a) Shankar               –          Avadhuta

(b) Ramananda        –         Kevaladvaita

(c) Ramanuj              –          Vishishtadvaita

(d) Chaitanya            –          Advaita

48. Central Vigilence Commission was constituted on the recommendations of which committee ?

(a) Santhanam Committee

(b) Dinesh Goswami Committee

(c) Tarkunde Committee

(d) Narsimham Committee

49. Which of the following is not the function of Reserve Bank of India ?

(a) Issuing Bank Notes

(b) Banker of the Government

(c) Opening Saving Accounts for public

(d) Custodian of Cash Reserved Funds of Commercuial Banks.

50. Transformer Core is made laminated to :

(a) Stop the energy loss caused by Eddy Currents.

(b) Make cores hard and strong.

(c) Increase secondary potential.

(d) Make it light.

51. From which of the following most severe

burning happens ?

(a) Boiling Water

(b) Hot Water

(c) Steam

(d) Melting Iceberg

52. Which one of the following pairs is not correctly matched?

National Park                   State

(a) Ntangki                –          Nagaland

(b) Singalila              –          West Bengal

(c) Betla                     –          Meghalaya

(d) Tadoba                 –          Maharashtra

53. Food crops are sown on how much part of the total arable land of the country?

(a) 60%                                  (b) 70%

(c) 80%                                  (d) 85%

54. Consider the following statements :

1. Brazil is the biggest landlocked country of South America.

2. ‘Quito’ is the capital situated at the highest altitude in the world.

3. The highest waterfall of the world “Angel” is sitauted in Brazilian Plateau.

Choose the correct statements :

(a) 1 and 3                 (b) 2 and 3

(c) Only 2                  (d) All of the above

55. In which of the following years ‘Swavalamban Yojana’ was started as the function of a public welfare state ?

(a) October 2012      (b) September 2014

(c) January 2011      (d) September 2010

56. The process of Economic Development is related with :

(a) Increase in per capita income

(b) Increase in G.D.P. percentage

(c) Change in the structure of economy

(d) All of the above

57. ‘Ecomark’ symbol is related with :

(a) Export Goods

(b) Import Goods

(c) Goods of best quality

(d) Goods safe for the environment

58. What is the unit of measuring Magnetic

Field ?

(a) Tesla                     (b) Ampere

(c) Ohm                     (d) Volt

59. The process of conversion of liquid substance to Gas is called ?

(a) Evaporation                    (b) Decantation

(c) Precipitation                   (d) Solidification

60. Which of the following is called “Vast Valley of India” ?

(a) Gagana Vast Valley

(b) Gandikota Vast Valley

(c) Chambal River Valley

(d) Laitlum Valley

61. Which is considered as the biggest Constellation ?

(a) Dorado                             (b) Crux

(c) Hydra                               (d) Antila

62. Which of the following is not included in the concept of Money Supply (M1) in India?

(a) Currency with the public

(b) Demand deposits with Banks

(c) Fixed Deposit with Banks

(d) Other deposits with R.B.I.

63. Foundation Day of which of the following

is celebrated on 01 July ?

1. State Bank of India

2. Reserve Bank of India

3. Life Insurance Corporation of India

Choose the correct answer :

(a) Only 1                               (b) 1 and 2

(c) 1 and 3                              (d) Only 3

64. On which of following central minister’s post, a fulltime woman minister was never appointed ?

(a) Finance Minister

(b) Home Minister

(c) Defence Minister

(d) External Affairs Minister

65. Under chairmanship of whom among the

following a high level committee of chiefn ministers has been constituted by the prime minister Narendra Modi to suggest for agriculture improvement and to increase income of farmers in July 2019?

(a) Yogi Adityanath, C.M. (U.P.)

(b) Navin Patnaik, C.M. (Odisha)

(c) Manohar Lal Khattar, C.M. (Haryana)

(d) Devendra Fadnavis, C.M. (Maharashtra

66. Which of the following regions of India has been recognised as the “Ecological Hot Spot”?

(a) West Himalaya              (b) East Himalaya

(c) Western Ghat (d)           (d) and (c) both

67. Check the following statements and give the correct answer with the help of given codes –

1. White Dwarfs are the very small stars.

2. Density of White Dwarfs is more than any unknown land substance.

3. Their density may be 10 lakh times of water.

4. Weight of one spoon of substance of Dwarf may be 10 quintals.

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Code :

(a) 1, 2, 3 and 4 are correct

(b) 1, 3, and 4 are correct

(c) 2, 3 and 4 are correct

(d) 1, 2 and 3 are correct

68. Which one of the following planets is the

farthest from Sun?

(a) Neptune                           (b) Uranus

(c) Saturn                              (d) Earth

69. Which one of the following is not related with Volcano ?

(a) Crater                               (b) Caldera

(c) Arg                                    (d) Pumice

70. Which one of the following is not an ancient river ?

(a) Sindhu                             (b) Gomti

(c) Kali                                   (d) Setluj

71. Approx. 50% of the world’s population is

centralised between which latitudes ?

(a) 50 N and 200 N

(b) 200 N and 400 N

(c) 400 N and 600 N

(d) 200 S and 400 S

72. Which of the following starts South-West

Monsoon ?

(a) El Nino

(b) Subtropical Western Current

(c) Polar Front

(d) Tropical Eastern Wind

73. Consider the following statements :

1. The mention of river Ganga is not in Rigveda.

2. River Yamuna is mentioned thrice in Rigveda.

Choose the correct statements :

(a) Only 1                               (b) Only 2

(c) 1 and 2 Both                    (d) Neither 1 nor 2

74. Which one of the following Tirthankars was called ‘Nirgrantha’ by its followers ?

(a) Mahavir Swami

(b) Parshwanath

(c) Sambhavnath

(d) Rishabhdev

75. For which one of the following objectives

Warren Hastings had adopted the law of trial and error.

(a) Soldier Reforms

(b) Land Reforms

(c) Extension of field

(d) Provincial Autonomy

76. The declaration of Communal Award by

Ramsay MacDonald was made on :

(a) 12 August 1932

(b) 24 September, 1932

(c) 16 August, 1932

(d) 24 August, 1932

77. The committee constituted for the investigation of collude between crime and politics was :

(a) Tarkunde Committee

(b) Dinesh Goswami Committee

(c) Vohra Committee

(d) Indrajeet Gupta Committee

78. Which of the following statements regarding Right to Freedom of Religion is/ are correct ?

1. This right is available to Indian citizens only.

2. This is not absolute.

Code :

(a) Only 1                               (b) Only 2

(c) 1 and 2 Both                    (d) Neither 1 nor 2

79. ‘Algal Bloom’ refers to :

(a) Bleaching of Algae

(b) Deposit of Chlorine on Corals

(c) Layer of Algae on the water surface

(d) Bio Desert of Antarctic region.

80. Where is Veer Bahadur Singh Men and

Women Sports College situated ?

(a) Lucknow                         (b) Saifai

(c) Meerut                             (d) Gorakhpur

81. The Upward Flow of Production Process means :

(a) Search & Extraction of raw materials.

(b) Processing of Raw Materials

(c) Strategies and Reforms

(d) None of these

82. Different bio-chemical elements like glucose, urea, cholesterol etc. are tested by :

(a) Computed Tomography

(b) Autoanalyzer

(c) Electroencephalograph

(d) Electrocardiograph

83. Which one of the following foreign traveler had worked as the cannoneer of Dara Shikoh in the battle of succession ?

(a) Travernier                       (b) Manuchi

(c) Bernier                            (d) Peter Mundy

84. Protonopia is a genetic disease, by which other name it is known :

(a) X-linked disease

(b) Daltonism disease

(c) Colour Blindness

(d) All of the above

85. Book written by Strabo is :

(a) Parallel Lines     (b) Geography

(c) Geographia          (d) Natural Historica

86. What is the meaning of ‘Ameer-e-Aakhur’ ?

(a) Stables Head

(b) Iktedar

(c) Special Person of Sultan

(d) Head of Cabinet

87. Which one of the following factories of

Bengal was established by the Portuguese?

(a) Bandel                             (b) Chinsura

(c) Hugli                                (d) Shri Rampur

88. Which was the first to be established in the following colleges ?

(a) Hindu College, Kolkata

(b) Delhi College

(c) Mayo College

(d) Muslim Anglo Oriental College

89. The world’s largest strait Davis strait combines which two oceans ?

(a) Baffin Bay and Arctic Ocean

(b) Arctic Ocean and Labrador Sea

(c) Cukuchi Sea and Bering Sea

(d) Labrador Sea and Baffin Bay

90. The number of subjects under the concurrent list in the original constitution was 47, now the number is :

(a) 42                                      (b) 45

(c) 50                                      (d) 52

91. Assertion (A) : The mauryan king did not bestow land grants an religious basis.

Reason (R) : The peasants revolted against land grants.

Select the correct answer using the code given below :

Code :

(a) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A

(b) Both A and R are true but R is not a correct explanation of A

(c) A is true but R is false

(d) A is false but R is true

92. Given below there is a list of person who became president of Indian National Congress. Arrange them in chronologicalorder. Select your answer using the code given below the list-

1. Mahatama Gandhi

2. Jawahar Lal Nehru

3. Vallabh Bhai Patel

4. Smt. Sarojini Naidu

Code :

(a) 1, 2, 3, 4                            (b) 1, 3, 4, 2

(c) 1, 4, 2, 3                            (d) 4, 3, 1, 2

93. Which of the following is a Indian credit rating agency?

(a) CRISIL                             (b) CARE

(c) ICRA                                 (d) All the above

94. Aam Admi Bima Yojana provides social security to-

(a) All labourers in rural areas.

(b) All landless labourers living below the poverty line in rural areas.

(c) All labourers in urban areas.

(d) All labourers in rural as well as urban areas.

95. Match List-I and List-II and select the correct answer from the codes given below :

List-I List-II

(Tigre reserve)                              (State)

A. Bandipur              1. West Bengal

B. Melghat                2. Karnataka

C. Buxa                      3. Arunachal Pradesh

D. Pakui                     4. Maharashtra

Codes :

     A B C D

(a) 3 4 2 1

(b) 2 4 1 3

(c) 2 3 1 4

(d) 1 2 4 3

96. Plasma membrane is composed of

(a) Protein

(b) Phospholipid

(c) Carbohydrate

(d) Both (a) and (b)

97. Which of the following minerals is necessary to control heart beat?

(a) Sodium                (b) Potassium

(c) Iron                      (d) Sulphur

98. Salaries of the Judges of the Supreme Court are determined by-

(a) Pay Commission appointed by the President.

(b) Law Commission

(c) Parliament

(d) Council of Ministers

99. Which one of the following rights cannot be suspended or restricted even during national emergency?

(a) Right to reside and settle in any part of the country.

(b) Right to life and personal liberty.

(c) Right to move freely throughout the territory of India.

(d) Right to carry on any profession or business.

100. Which one of the following was not constructed by Babur ?

(a) Jami Masjid Ruhilkhand

(b) Kabuli Bagh

(c) Noor Afghan

(d) Qila-e-Kuhna

101. Which one of the following pairs is not correctly matched?

(Traveler)                           (Ruler)

(a) Ibnabatuta :        Muhammad Bin Tuglaq

(b) Nikitin :               Devrai I

(c) Edward Tarry:    Jahangeer

(d) Peter Mundi :     Shahjahan

102. Which of the followings is a solid ?

(a) Chloroform                     (b) Iodoform

(c) Ethyl Alcohol                  (d) Ether

103. Denatured Alcohol is –

(a) Ethanol

(b) Ethanol + Butanol

(c) Ethanol + Methanol

(d) Methanol + Butanol

104.Which one of the following disease is not spread through air particles?

(a) Measles                            (b) Chicken Pox

(c) Poliomyelitis                  (d) Tuberculosis

105. ‘Amapa Mine’, the largest Mangnese Mine of the world is situated at :

(a) America                           (b) Brazil

(c) Argentina                        (d) Peru

106.Which one of the following is not a Central American Country ?

(a) Belize                               (b) El Salvador

(c) Guatemala                      (d) Surinam

107.Which of the following local winds is also called ‘Ice Eater’ ?

(a) Fone                                 (b) Chinuk

(c) Black Roller                    (d) Temporal

108.Consider the following statements :

1. Constitutional Amendment Bill may be brought by any minister or any member of parliament.

2. For this no prior permission of president is required.

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3. Constitutional Amendment Bill may be initiated by State Legislative Assembly.

Choose correct statements from above:

(a) 1 and 2                 (b) 2 and 3

(c) 1 and 3                  (d) All of the above

109.Article 371-B of the Indian Constitution makes the special provisions for which of the following states ?

(a) Maharashtra & Gujarat            (b) Assam

(c) Nagaland                                     (d) Manipur

110.Which of the following statements regarding ‘No Confidence Motion’ is/are correct ?

1. It is not mentioned in the constitution.

2. It can be introduced only in Lok Sabha.

3. To bring this motion against the council of ministers support of atleast 50 members is required.

Code:

(a) 1 and 2                 (b) 2 and 3

(c) 1, 2 and 3                         (d) All of the above

111.Which of the following Rigvedic institution is compared to modern Lok Sabha ?

(a) Gana                                 (b) Parishad

(c) Sabha                               (d) Samiti

112.Gurumahisani region is famous for –

(a) Uranium Mining

(b) Gold

(c) Iron ore

(d) Maganese

113.Which of the following rivers of Uttar

Pradesh has its origin in southern

plateau?

(a) Ramganga                       (b) Gomti

(c) Ghaghar                           (d) Betwa

114.District having minimum scheduled tribe population in Uttar Pradesh is –

(a) Badayun                          (b) Baghpat

(c) Deoria                              (d) Kannauj

115. The oldest Canal System of U.P is :

(a) Sharada Canal

(b) East Yamuna Canal

(c) Middle Ganga Canal

(d) Agra Canal

116. National Paratroopers Training School is situated in which of the following districts of U.P. ?

(a) Noida                               (b) Ghaziabad

(c) Agra                                  (d) Meerut

117.Which dance is performed by the Rajputs in Uttar Pradesh ?

(a) Kartik Dance      (b) Chholia Dance

(c) Mayur Dance      (d) Charkula Dance

118.The contribution of Million Plus cities in the total urban population of India is approximately :

(a) 40%                                  (b) 52.6%

(c) 42.6%                               (d) 50%

119.‘Mangampet’ (Andhra Pradesh) is famous for which mineral ?

(a) Bauxite                            (b) Iron Ore

(c) Copper                              (d) Barytes

120. ‘Campos’ and ‘Llanos’, Tropical Sawana

Grasslands are generally found at ?

(a) Australia                         (b) Central Africa

(c) South America   (d) East Asia

121.At 200C, speed of sound in the water is approx :

(a) 330 m./sec.         (b) 800 m./sec.

(c) 150 m./sec.          (d) 5000 m./sec.

122.Which one of the following historians has described ‘Quit India Movement’ as “Self-

Propelled Revolution” ?

(a) Gordon Johnson

(b) David Arnold

(c) F.G. Hachins

(d) Peter Rob

123.Light Year is the unit for measuring :

(a) Too much long distance

(b) Time interval in years

(c) Quantity of light on the earth in any year

(d) The mass of Atoms

124.Which of the following is an example of salt-crystal growth ?

(a) Chemical Weathering

(b) Physical Weathering

(c) Organic Weathering

(d) Biochemical weathering

125.Which one of the following ocean currents is not a cold ocean current ?

(a) Canary Current

(b) California Current

(c) Kuroshio Current

(d) Oyashio Current

126.Which of the following union territories of India is the smallest as per view of geographical area ?

(a) Daman and Div

(b) Chandigarh

(c) Dadra and Nagar Haweli

(d) Lakhdweep

127.On the recommendations of whom any election commissioner can be removed from the post ?

(a) Chief Justice of India

(b) Chief Election Commissioner

(c) President of India

(d) Parliament

128.Under which one of the following articles of Indian Constitution guarantee of fundamental rights is available to Indian citizens only ?

(a) Article 19                                     (b) Article 20

(c) Article 21                                     (d) Article 22

129.When ‘Treaty of Yandabo’ was signed ?

(a) 1826                                 (b) 1825

(c) 1824                                  (d) 1823

130.Which of the following cities was determined “World Capital of Architecture” by UNESCO for 2020 ?

(a) Tokyo                               (b) Johannesburg

(c) Rio de Janeiro                (d) New Delhi

131.Dr. Subeer Gokarn, who had died in July 2019, was nominated managing director to which of the following organisations by India ?

I. World Bank

II. International Monetary Fund

Choose the correct answer :

(a) Only I                   (b) Only II

(c) I and II Both       (d) Neither I nor II

132.Which of the following banks is functioning as ”Payment Bank” in the country ?

(a) Airtel Payments Bank

(b) India Post Payments Bank

(c) Paytm Payments Bank

(d) All of the above

133. In the abbreviation ‘IRDA’, D expresses what ?

(a) Department                    (b) Depository

(c) Development                  (d) Domestic

134.Jammu and Kashmir Reorganisation Act, 2019 passed by Indian Parliament and approved by the President is effective from which date ?

(a) 9 August 2019

(b) 15 August 2019

(c) 2 October 2019

(d) 31 October 2019

135. In the series of 150th Birth Anniversary Celebrations of Mahatma Gandhi, “India for Humanity” initiative has been started by which ministry of govt. of India ?

(a) Ministry of Home Affairs

(b) Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment

(c) Ministry of External Affairs

(d) Ministry of Culture

136. “Healthy States Progressive India” Report is prepared by which of the following?

(a) Ministry of Health and Family Welfare

(b) NITI Ayog

(c) UNICEF

(d) World Health Organisation

137.Who among the following was also called “Sheikhu Baba” ?

(a) Shahzada Kamran

(b) King Humayun

(c) Sheikh Salim Chishti

(d) King Jahangir

138.Which of the following is not a part of Organised Money Market ?

(a) Central Bank

(b) Commercial Bank

(c) Indigenous Banker

(d) Regional Rural Bank

139.Recently, which Indian company became first to operate 5G network in India ?

(a) Reliance Jio

(b) BSNL

(c) Airtel

(d) Vodafone-Idea

140.World Alzheimer’s Day is celebrated on which of the following days ?

(a) 24 September                 (b) 23 September

(c) 22 September                 (d) 21 September

141. The duration for ‘National Infrastructure Pipeline’ Project is ?

(a) 5 years                  (b) 10 years

(c) 15 years                (d) 20 years

142. Economic Survey of India is published each year by  ?

(a) Deptt. Of Revenue        

(b) Deptt. Of Expenditure

(c) Deptt. Of Financial Services   

(d) Deptt. Of Economic Affairs

143. Who among the following is the Chief Architect of proposed Ram Temple in Ayodhya ?

(a) Chandrakant Sompura

(b) K Parasaran

(c) Nripendra MIshra  

(d) Swami Govind Dev

144.Which university of Uttar Pradesh has became the first university of the state to include Muslim (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Act, 2019 in the syllabus of LLB and LLM which inhibits Triple Talaq ?

(a) Chaudhary Charan Singh University

(b) Banaras Hindu University

(c) Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Rohelkhand University

(d) Baba Saheb Bheemrao Ambedkar University

145.Who among the following is the chief of Indian Air Force?

(a) R.K. Bhadauria

(b) J.V.S. Kaushik

(c) A.S. Narayan

(d) V.K. Pachauri

146. “Yudh Abhyas” is the Joint Military Exercise between?

(a) Mexico and India     (b) China and India

(c) Britain and India      (d) USA and India

147.The “New Start” Nuclear treaty is between ?

(a) India and USA

(b) China and India

(c) USA and Russia

(d) Russia and Pakistan

148. ‘I am not Messiah’ book is written by?

(a) Sachin Tendulkar

(b) Sonu Sood

(c) Kangana Ranaut

(d) Milinda Soman

149. Recently ‘Inequality Virus Report’ is published by ?

(a) Oxfam International                            

(b) World Economic Forum

(c) World Bank                               

(d) UNICEF

150. ‘Desert Night 21’ is a joint Air Force exercise between  ?

(a) China and India

(b) Philippines and India

(c) USA and India               

(d) France and India