1. Who among the following is the Minister of Human Resource Development in the present Union Cabinet?
1) Prakash Javadekar
2) Smriti Irani
3) Manohar Parrikar
4) Venkaiah Naidu

2. Who among the following defeated Muhammad Ghori near Mount Abu?
1) Bhimdev Solanki-II
2) Vijaya Dev
3) Bhimdev Solanki-I
4) Bhimdev Solanki-III

3. The ambassador of Emperor James-I, who reached in the court of Jahangir in 1615 was….
1) Sir James Hay
2) Sir Thomas Roe
3) Sir Thomas Howard
4) Sir John Digby

4. Which of the following commission was formed in 1983 to recommend the relationship and balance of power between Central and State government?
1) Kalelkar Commission
2) Sarkaria Commission
3) Narendran Commission
4) Mandal Commission

5. Which of the following is the busiest navigable river of the river?
1) Volga
2) Seine
3) Rhine
4) Danube

6. The Indian economy can be most appropriately described as a:
1) Capitalist economy
2) Socialist economy
3) Traditional economy
4) Mixed economy

7. Dinosaurs were:
1) Mammals that became extinct
2) Large herbivorous creatures which gave rise to hippopotamus species
3) Egg-laying mammals
4) Reptiles that became extinct

8. Who was the founder of Nanda dynasty?
1) Mahapadmananda
2) Shishunaga
3) Dhanananda
4) Nandivardhan

9. The chemical used to remove rust stains from cloth?
1) Kerosene oil
2) Quick lime
3) Petrol
4) Oxalic acid

10. First Prime Minister of India born after Independence?
1) Manmohan Singh
2) Chandra Shekhar
3) Rajiv Gandhi
4) Narendra Damodar Das Modi

11. Which of the following acid is used in battery?
1) Hydrochloric acid
2) Hydrofluoric acid
3) Sulphuric acid
4) Sulphurous acid

12. Sexually transmitted disease caused by treponema pallidum is
1) Syphilis
2) Genital Herpes
3) Gonorrhoea
4) AIDS

13. The India’s longest river bridge – the Dhola- Sadiya – is constructed over which of the following
rivers?
1) Ganga
2) Barak
3) Brahmaputra
4) Manas

14. On which date, the World Milk Day is observed?
1) 1stJune
2) 4th July
3) 25th October
4) 26th November

15. Who among the following edited and published the newspaper Indian Mirror in 1861?
1) Amitava Ghosh
2) Ravindranath Tagore
3) Sumit Ganguly
4) Devendranath Tagore and Manmohan Ghosh

16. Rohan Bopanna is associated with which of the following games?
1) Badminton
2) Snooker
3) Table tennis
4) Tennis

17. Which of the following is correct about cold blooded animals?
1) Their blood remains cold all the time
2) Their body temperature changes in accordance with the atmosphere
3) Their body temperature remains constant all the time
4) They kill all the animals

18. Which country has recently declared a 3- month state of emergency in the aftermath of coup attempt?
1) Tunisia
2) Turkey
3) Libya
4) Iraq

19. The state financial corporation has given assistance mainly to develop:
1) Medium and small-scale industries
2) Cottage industry
3) Agricultural farms
4) Large industries

20. The hair of shaving brush cling together when removed from water is due to:
1) Surface tension
2) Viscosity
3) Elasticity
4) Friction

21. Which of the following is not considered as a government debt?
1) Provident fund
2) Life insurance policies
3) National saving certificate
4) Long-term government bonds

22. Cell placed in hypotonic solution is:
1) Turgid
2) Flaccid
3) Shrink
4) None of the above

23. Michelle Kakade, who has become the first person to compete the “Indian golden Quadri lateral on foot” belongs to which city of India?
1) Pune
2) Kochi
3) Delhi
4) Bengaluru

24. Radar is an object detection system, that uses radio waves to:
1) Locate geostationary satellites
2) Determine the range, altitude, direction or speed of object
3) Locate submerged submarines
4) All of these

25. “Oil of Mirbane” is also known as-
1) Nitrobenzene
2) Aniline
3) Phenol
4) Toluene

ANSWERS:

1-1, 2-1, 3-2, 4-2, 5-3, 6-4, 7-4, 8-1, 9-4, 10-4,
11-3, 12-1, 13-3, 14-1, 15-4, 16-4, 17-2, 18-2, 19-1, 20-1,
21-3, 22-1, 23-1, 24-2, 25-1

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