(Paper) Model Test Paper General Studies Part - 1

Paper : Model Test Paper General Studies Part - 1

1) Arrange in the order of Evolution

1) Upanishads 2) Aranyakas 3) Vedas 4) Brahman
a) 3,1,2,4 b) 3,2,1,4 c) 3,4,2,1d)3,2,4,1

2) Find wrong pair
a) Amending process-South Africa
b) Fundamental duties- USSR
c)Federal natureCanada d)Judicial Review-UK

3)2004 NobelPrize was awrded to 3 Americans Frank Wilezek, David Politzer David Gross for
a) Quark Theory b) Quantum Theory
c) Sensitivity Theory d) Ultra Effect

4) Arrange according to size of planets in ascending order.
1) Venus2) Mars 3) Uranus 4) Neptune
a) 1,2,3,4 b) 1,2,4,3 c) 2,1,4,3 d 2,1,3,4

5)Find X 5/8, 11/18, x , 47/78
a)17/36 b)19/46 c) 31/63 d) 23/38

6) Masole, a type of shifting cultivation is practiced in
a) Malaysia b) Venezula c) Brazil d)Zaire basin

7) I) Jainism split into two sects after first Jaina Council at Pataliputhra. II) Budhism split into two sects after Second Budhist Council at Vaishali
a)I True b)II True c)Both True d)Both Wrong

8) What are true about Igneous Rocks?
1) Acid Rocks Contain mostly Silicon.
2) They are normally non crystalline 
3) Don't occur in Layers 
4) Don't contain fossils
a) 1,2,3 b) 2,3,4 c) 1,3,4 d) 1,2,3,4

9) I) In Berubari case preamble was held to be not part of Constitution. II) In Kesavanda Bharati case Preamble was held to be part of Constitution.
a)I True b)II True c)Both True d)Both Wrong

10) I) James Princep found the Rock Edicts of Ashoka in 1837. II) The edicts were in 4 languages and the main was Prakarit and Written in Brahmi
a)I True b)II True c)Both True d)Both Wrong

11) Woodbridge (Australia) won 9th Doubles Title with Bjormanof-----
a) Austria b)Russia c) Swedon d) France

12) Vishnugupta was the last Gupta King. Who was the last GREAT Gupta ruler?
a)Skandagupta b) Kumaragupta
c) Chandragupta II d) Samudragupta

13) What are true about Cirrus Clouds?
1) They are silky by appearance and high clouds
2) They are entirely composed of ice crystals
3) When they are arranged irregular they indicate fair weather.
4) When they are systematically arranged they indicate hot weather.
a) 1,2,3 b) 2,3,4 c) 1,2,4 d) 1,2,3,4

14) What is wrong about Pacific Ocean?
a) Largest and Deepest Ocean
b) Continental shelves in Eastern Coast are extensive and on western Coast are less extensive
c) There are more scattered ridges
d) Its area is more than the land area of the world.

15) Which Fundamental Right is available to Citizens only?
a) General Equality b) Religious right
c) Right against Exploitation
d) Freedom of Residence

16) Who is the Indian Cricketer to have scored highest runs in single innings?
a) Sunil Gavaskar b) Sachin Tendulkar
c) V.v.S.Lakxman d) Virendra shewag

17What are true about Volcanoes?
1) Comes out from earth through pipe or vent 2)Result from magma which is brought to surface as lava 3) Temperature of Lava is between 800-13,000 C.4) Steep sided crater is known as Caldera.
a) 1,2,3 b) 2,3,4 c) 1,2,4 d) 1,2,3,4

18) What are true?
1) From 1-1-2005 Agreement on Textiles and Clothing of WTO came to an end.
2) From 1974-1994 it was known as MFA
3) From 1950 to 1970s it was known as LTA.
4) Lapse of agreement is loss to India.
a) 1,2,3 b) 2,3,4 c) 1,2,4 d) 1,2,3,4

19) Which was not a place where Sankara Mutt was established?
a) Puri b) Badrinath c)Dwaraka d) Udipi

20) Find wrong pair
a) Wheat and Rice- Asia b) Maize-N America
c) Potato- Europe d) Tobacco- Brazil

21) Find the wrong pair
a) Pro Term speaker- Art 100
b) Privilege- Art 105
c) Joint sitting- Art 108
d) Vote on Account –Art 116

22)A train of length 160mts was running at a speed of72km per hour. Time taken by it to cross a lamp post and platform of 200 metres will be------ seconds.
a) 8 and 10 b) 8 and 16 c) 8and 18 d)10,16

23) I) Equality before Law , a negative concept was derived from Rule of Law.
II) Equal protection of Law, a positive concept was derived from U.K.
a)I True b)II True c)Both True d)Both Wrong

24) I) Absolute Humidity is greater near equator or near oceans or in summer
II)If dew point is above freezing point condensation will be in the form of rain and below freezing point, it will be snow.
a)I True b)II True c)Both True d)Both Wrong

25) Jnanipath Award 2001 was given to
a) RAJENDRA Keshav Lal Shah
b) Jeyakanthan c)Tamilanaban d)Wagela

26) If it is noon in India what would be the time of a place which is 120E Longtitude.
a) 20.00 b) 8.00 c) 14.30 d0 2.30

27) What are true about Planning commission?
1) It is a permanent body 2) its present Chairman is Montesingh Aluwalia 3) It is not answerable to Parliament 4) Its members are also members of NDC.
a) 1,2,3 b) 1,3,4 c) 1,2,4 d) 1,2,3,4

28) What are true about Oceans?
1) 71% of earth's surface is covered by water
2) 97% of water on the surface of earth is in the oceans and the rest in glaciers.
3) Of the total water bodies, 93%are covered by Pacific, Atlantic, Indian and Artic Oceans
4) 60% of total area in southern hemisphere and 80% of water in northern hemisphere are covered with water.
a) 1,2,3 b) 1,3,4 c) 1,2,4 d) 1,2,3,4

29)Token Currency was issued by Md Bin Thuqlaq when he drew inspiration from Kubali Khan occhina and Ghazan Khan of iran .His currency was in the metal of-
a) Copper b) paper c) Bronze d) silver

30) Islands of Mediterrerranean are
a) Individual Islands b) Archipelagos islands
c) Festoons or Island Arcs d) Atoll

31) What are true?
1) ICICI merged with ICICI Bank in 2002.
2) IDBI was transformed into IDBI Limited, a company under Company Act as well as a scheduled bank under RBI Act.
3) Working Group on development of financial Institutionswas headed by Sadhasivan.
4) WorkingGroup recommended conversionof unsustainable developing Financial Institutions into bank or NBFC.
a) 1,2,3 b) 1,3,4 c) 1,2,4 d) 1,2,3,4

32) What are true about President?
1) His election is indirect and by single transferable vote.
2) He is nominal executive as he has to act on the advice of Council of Ministers Advice.
3) He is part of Parliament.
4) His veto power is combination of absolute, pocket and suspensive veto.
a) 1,2,3 b) 1,3,4 c) 1,2,4 d) 1,2,3,4

Narain,Gomathi, Latha, Vani and Kumar are five Managers of a company based at Hyderabad.Everyday of the next week ,only one person is scheduledetogo on office tour between Monday and Friday and return on the same evening. Each one is scheduled to visit only one of the following cities-Delhi,Mumbai, Kolkata,Chennai and Bangalore.Person visiting Calcuttawillbe going on the middle day of theWeek.Vani will not go to Chennai but will helpNarain to goto Mumbai on Tuesday.Kumar will be leaving Delhi on the next day after Latha is scheduled to leave. Latha will not visiteither Chennai or Bangalore.

33) Which Place Vani is scheduled to visit a) Delhi b) Chennai c) Bangalore d)None

34) Which day will be visited by Kumar a) Monday b) Wednesday c) Thursday d) None

35) Which place is Gomathi is scheduled to visit a) Chennai b) Delhi c) Bangalore d)None

36) Which day Gomathi has to perform tour? a) Monday b)Friday c Tuesday d) Data inadequate.

37) What are true about Nepal?
1) Eight of the Ten Highest Mountains in the world are located wholly or partially in it,
2) The officialReligionof Nepal is Hinduism
3) It is landlocked country and share borders with Tibet part of China in North and India byWest, south and East.
4) It is a republic country.
a) 1,2,3 b) 1,3,4 c) 1,2,4 d) 1,2,3,4

38) What are true about soils in India?
1) ICAR has classified soils on the basis of colour, composition and location.
2)In India Black soils constitute more area than other soils.
3) Black soils have higher water holding capacity and Coarse soils have lower capacity.
4)A soil with good drainage is less productive.
a) 1,2,3 b) 1,3,4 c) 1,2,4 d) 1,2,3,4

39) Which one of the following is drought resistant?
a) Xerophyte b) Halophyte
c) Mesophyte d) Hydrophyte

40) Famous July Package of 2004 of WTO was arrived at
a) Can Cun b) Geneva
c) Doha d) Seattol

41) Find wrong pair
a) Puran Quila- Sher shah
b) Boolan Darwaza- Akbar
c)thuglagabad- Giyasudin Thuqlaq
d) Agra- Ibrahim Lodi

42) Find wrong pair?
a) Grants in Aid- Art 275
b) Service Tax- 268 A
c) Consolidated Fund of India- 266
d) Vote on account- 114

43) What are true about FDI?
1) Ceiling in Telecom sector raised from49% to 74% 2) FDI which was only 165 million US Dollars grew to 4,222, the highest since date in 2001-2002 and to 3,134 the second highest in 2002-2003 3) Maharashtra, Delhi, Tamilnadu, Karnataka and Gujarat receive highest FDI in the above order.4) Since inception ,more proposals of FDI were allowed under Electrical and Electronic but the sector which attracted high volume of amount was Power followed by Telecommunications.
a) 1,2,3 b) 1,3,4 c) 1,2,4 d) 1,2,3,4

44) What are true about Foreign Exchange Management Act 1998?
1) It replaced Foreign Exchange Regulation Act 1973 to meet the needs of changing global economic scanario
2) It is more simple than FERA
3) Dealings byNon Residents were prohibited under FERA but it has been diluted under FEMA.
4) For violation of FEMA maximum imprisonment is limited to Two months.
a) 1,2,3 b) 1,3,4 c) 1,2,4 d) 1,2,3,4

45) National Highways 5 connects
a)Chennai- thane b) Delhi –Kolkata
c)Chennai- Baharagora d) Agra-Mumbai

46) Who is India's first Woman Grandmaster in Chess?
a) Aartie Ramaswamy b) Koneru Humpy
c) Meenakshi d)S.Vijayalakshmi

47) I) In plant diversity India is in the tenth position in the world and Fourth in Asia. II) The salt-water crocodile are found along the western Coast and In Lakshwadeep.
a)I True b)II True c)Both True d)Both Wrong

48) Laser Beam is used for carrying out surgery because it
a)Is highly monocramatic b) HiglyCoherent
c) Is highly directional
d) Can Be sharply focused

49)Godhavari (Dakshin Ganga)does not pass through
a) Karnataka b) Maharashtra c) Madhya Pradesh d) Orissa

50) USA is our largest trade partner. Next two are
a) UK and Belgium b) Germany and Japan
c) Russia and China d) China and UAE