(Download) Yashada (Free Coaching for IAS Exams) Entrance Test Papers 2019-2020


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1. Which of the following statements are correct?
1) The Central Government has set the inflation target (Consumer Price Index) to be 4% for the period from Aug. 2, 2016 to March 31, 2021 in consultation with the reserve bank.
2) The upper tolerance limit for inflation is 7% and the lower tolerance limit is 3%.
(1) Both the statements are true.
(2) Statement 1 is correct and 2 is incorrect.
(3) Statement 1 is incorrect and 2 is correct.
(4) There is no such inflation targeting by the Central Government or by the Reserve Bank.
2. What was the Arghatta?
(1) A machine to break forts.
(2) An irrigation canal.
(3) A device to lift water.
(4) A type of cloth.
3. Who introduced the Right to information (Amendment) Bill 2019 in Loksabha?
A) Ravi Shankar Prasad 
B) Manoj Sinha
C) Dr. Jitendra Singh 
D) Sudheer Bhargava
(1) B 
(2) D 
(3) A 
(4) C
4. Which of the following is / are the biodiversity hotspots in India?
A) The eastern Ghat
B) Eastern Himalayas
C) Andaman and Nicobar Island
D) The western Ghat
(1) B and D
(2) D only
(3) A and D
(4) B and C
5. Which of the following current event/s is/are true?
A) NITI Aayog, DRDO and Atal Innovation Mission (AIM) Jointly launched Youth Co-lab which aims at accelerating social entrepreneurship and innovation in young India.
B) Article 19 of Constitution of India confers the media the right to broadcast their news.
C) Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated Swachh Bharat Diwas 2019 on the occassion of Mahatma Gandhi 150 birth anniversary in New Delhi.
 (1) only A 
 (2) only B 
 (3) A and B 
 (4) B and C
6. Which of the following statements is correct?
A) Marwad plateau lie to the west of Aravallis.
B) Mewar plateau is located to the south of Arawallis.
(1) statement A is correct but B is wrong.
(2) Statement B is correct but A is wrong.
(3) Both the statements are wrong.
(4) Both the statements are correct.
7. In case of coarse cereals in India ........
(1) The area and its yield per hector have reduced.
(2) The area has increased but yield has decreased.
(3) The area has reduced but yield has increased.
(4) There are fluctuation in both area and yield.
8. Which of the following commodities constituted the main item of exports in Mughal India?
(1) Opium and Indigo 
(2) Cotton and silk fabrics
(3) Bullion and horses 
(4) Sugar and saltpetre
9. Who was the interim president of the first session of Constituent Assembly?
A) Dr. Sacchidanand Sinha
B) Dr. Rajendra Prasad
C) Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar
D) C. Rajgopalchari
(1) D 
(2) C 
(3) B 
(4) A
10. Which of the following statements are wrong?
A) Turpentine oil is obtained from the wood of Cedrous.
B) Nitroglycerine can be used as an explosive.
C) Morphine is an alkaloid.
D) The boiling point of water is 100 K.
(1) A and D 
(2) B and C
(3) A and B 
(4) C and D
11. Which of the following statements are correct?
A) International snow Leopard Day is observed annually on October 23.
B) International stuttering Awareness day is observed on October 22 every year.
C) World Food Day is celebrated every year on October 16.
(1) A and B 
(2) B and C
(3) A and C 
(4) All are correct
12. Which of the following is a wrong pair?
(1) Bendibu - Western Australia
(2) Maori - New Zealand
(3) Yakut - Finland
(4) Kikuyu - Kenya
13. Which of the following is true with respect to national income?
1) It is a sum total of final goods and services in a particular year.
2) It includes the incomes of foreigners staying in India.
3) Gross national income excludes depreciation.
4) Net National income excludes depreciation.
(1) 1, 2, 3 
(2) 1, 2, 4
(3) 2, 3, 4 
(4) All of the above
14. Which amongst the following Indian rulers was a contemporary of Akbar?
(1) Rani Durgawati 
(2) Ahilya Bai
(3) Martand Verma 
(4) Sawai Jai Singh
15. Match the following.
A) Untouchability Offences Act                                       i) Rajeev Gandhi
B) Protection of Civil Rights Act                                    ii) Indira Gandhi
C) Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities)   iii) Pandit Nehru
iv) V. P. Singh
(1) A – i B – iii C – iv
(2) A – iii B – ii C – i
(3) A – iii B – ii C – iv
(4) A – iv B – iii C – ii
16. Which of the following statements are wrong?
A) Fe3+ ion is smaller in size than Fe2+
B) On losing an election potassium atom will acquire an electronic configuration of Neon.
C) The compound used in breath analyzer for detecting consumption of drink by driver is potassium dichromate.
D) Testosterone is a hormone that contains iodine
(1) B and C 
(2) A and C
(3) B and D 
(4) A and B
17. Identify the person.
A) He is born and brought up in Bihar, however, he is 1976 batch Kerala cadre IPS officer.
B) He was Director of Intelligence Bureau which is the highest post in IPS.
C) He was appointed as interlocutor by government of India for the state of Jammu and Kashmir.
D) He has been appointed recently as the new Administrator of Lakshadweep.
(1) Anirudh Singh 
(2) Dineshwar Sharma
(3) Sunil Mahajan 
(4) Ramesh Singh
18. Zooming refers to .........
(1) an activity which is related to the tribes.
(2) noise made by aquatic animals.
(3) it is a hunting by traditional weapons.
(4) it is related with mining activity.
19. Income inequality is shown with the help of
(1) Indifference curve.
(2) Production possibility curve.
(3) Laffer curve.
(4) Lorenz curve.
20. Which among the following Sultans called himself Naib – i – Khudai?
(1) Alauddin Khilji
(2) Balban
(3) Ghiyasuddhin Tughlaq
(4) Iltutmish

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