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1. The U.N. decided to observe 2008 as :
(A)
International year of planet earth
(B)
Aforestation
(C)
Anti poverty
(D)
Women's year
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2. The last Governor General of Free India :
(A)
Dr. Rajendra Prasad
(B)
Mount Batton
(C)
Raja Gopalachari
(D)
Gandhiji
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3. 'Big Ben' is related to :
(A)
London
(B)
Newybrk
(C)
Mumbai
(D)
Paris
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4. The Comptroller and Auditor General is appointed by:
(A)
Supreme Court
(B)
Election Commission
(C)
UPSC
(D)
President of India
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5. A western port:
(A)
Kakinada
(B)
Paradeep
(C)
Karidla
(D)
Dhanushkodi
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6. 'Go to Vedas' was made by:
(A)
Swami Vivekananda
(B)
Swami Dayananda Saraswathi
(C)
Ramakrishna Paramahamsa
(D)
None of these
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7. The first Indian went into the space :
(A)
Kalpna Chawla
(B)
R.D. Katari
(C)
Yuri Gagarin
(D)
RakeshSharma
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8. 'Sudden death' is related
(A)
Cricket
(B)
Football
(C)
Volleyball
(D)
Tennis
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9. In a rainbow which colour comes between orange and green:
(A)
Yellow
(B)
Green
(C)
Red
(D)
Blue
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10. 'Government Business' is referred to :
(A)
Assembly Session
(B)
Civil Administration
(C)
Daily affairs of Government
(D)
None of these
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11. 'Taj Mahal at Agra is in danger* News report this is due to pollution. The main cause for the pollution is :
(A)
Hydrogen
(B)
Oxygen
(C)
Chlorine
(D)
Sulphur di oxide
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12. Permissible noise level at day and night in residential area :
(A)
35DB-30DB
(B)
15DB-20DB
(C)
55DB-40DB
(D)
50DB-75DB
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13. The art form of Yaksha Ganam' is widely seen :
(A)
Alapuzha
(B)
Idukki
(C)
Palakkad
(D)
Kasargod
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14. Chairman of the Planning Commission of India :
(A)
President
(B)
Prime Minister
(C)
Vice-President
(D)
Finance Minister
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15. 'Road to Mecca' was written by:
(A)
Mohammed Pickthale
(B)
Mohammed Assad
(C)
Hikmathiar
(D)
Ameer Khusru
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16. Which is famous for textiles?
(A)
Ahamedabad
(B)
Mysore
(C)
Rourkela
(D)
Jharia
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17. Ellora caves are situated in :
(A)
Maharashtra
(B)
Kerala
(C)
Orissa
(D)
Gujarat
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18. Banasura sagar dam is in the district of:
(A)
Kozhikkode
(B)
Idukki
(C)
Waynad
(D)
Palakkad
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19. Which is not related to fundamental rights?
(A)
Right to work '
(B)
The Writ of Habeas Corpus
(C)
The Writ of Mandamus
(D)
The Writ of Quowarranto
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20. Which is suitable for empowering woman community?
(A)
Janasree
(B)
Ayalkoottam
(C)
Kudumbasree
(D)
Harisree
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21. Which is not related with stock exchange?
(A)
Sensex
(B)
NSE
(C)
BSE
(D)
NIFT
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22. 'Mega Bytes' is the unit for measuring:
(A)
Purity of weather
(B)
Memory capacity of a computer
(C)
Intensity of earthquakes
(D)
Population
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23. 'Quit India Movement' was started in :
(A)
1919
(B)
1922
(C)
1931
(D)
1942
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24. The Capital of United Arab Emirates (UAE):
(A)
Abudhabi
(B)
Rasal Khaima
(C)
Dubai
(D)
Sharjha
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25. The UN day is observed on :
(A)
24th October
(B)
24th September
(C)
10th December
(D)
1st May
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26. Goitre is the result of deficiency of :
(A)
Vitamin P
(B)
Inorganic Acid
(C)
Iodine
(D)
Vitamin K
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27. Manifesto is published by :
(A)
Government
(B)
RBI
(C)
Home Ministry
(D)
Political parties
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28. Modern Olympic started by:
(A)
Alexander
(B)
Here de Coubertin
(C)
Herculis
(D)
Napolean
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29. The word 'Budget' comes from 'BOUGHETTE' it relates :
(A)
English
(B)
French
(C)
Greek
(D)
Roman
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30. The first successful heart transplant operation in India was done by :
(A)
Dr. Padmavati
(B)
Dr. Caroli
(C)
Dr. Venugopal
(D)
Dr. Modi
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31. Mount Everest situated in :
(A)
India
(B)
China
(C)
Nepal
(D)
Bhutan
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32. The Author of 'The God of Small Things':
(A)
Anita Desai
(B)
Arundhati Roy
(C)
Mulk Raj Anand
(D)
Taslima Nasreen
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33. There is a Union Territory in India its four districts are situated in the four states. What is it?
(A)
Pondicherry
(B)
Manipur
(C)
Punjab
(D)
None of these
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34. The religion which has not holy scripts :
(A)
Taoism
(B)
Shintoism
(C)
Buddhism
(D)
Maoism
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35. The planet that takes 84 years to rotate the sun. What is it?
(A)
Neptune
(B)
Mercury
(C)
Venus
(D)
Uranus
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36. 73rd Indian Constitutional Amendment was proposed to:
(A)
Panchayat Raj
(B)
Anti Defection
(C)
Increase the Elective strength of Loksabha
(D)
Reservation of SC/ST
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37. Mahmood Najad visited India in connection with:
(A)
Pakistan — India — Iraq Gas pipe line
(B)
India - Turkistan - Pakistan Gas pipe line
(C)
India - Afghanistan - Pakistan Gas pipe line
(D)
India - Pakistan - Iran Gas pipe line
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38. It aims to encourage private investments to under developed countries. What is it?
(A)
IFAD
(B)
IDA
(C)
IFC
(D)
IMF
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39. What is the eastern port?
(A)
Paradeep
(B)
Cochi
(C)
Kandla
(D)
Mangalore
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40. Due to popular struggle a company was forced to stop work for over-pollution. What was it?
(A)
Premier Tyres
(B)
Mavoor Gwaliyor Rayons
(C)
Titanium
(D)
Keltron
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41. Example for direct democracy :
(A)
LokSabha
(B)
RajyaSabha
(C)
Legislative Council
(D)
Grama Sabha
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42. What was an important event in the history of Christianity in Kerala?
(A)
KulachalWar
(B)
The defeat of Portuguese
(C)
Udayamperur Sunnahados
(D)
None of these
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43. 'Mamangham' was held at the river shore of:
(A)
Chaliyar
(B)
Bharathapuzha
(C)
Pamba river
(D)
Periyar
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44. What was the result of Kerala - Portuguese relation?
(A)
Chavittunadakam
(B)
Horthus Malabaricus
(C)
Started production of common salt
(D)
None of these
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45. Which is not related to Education?
(A)
UGC
(B)
NCERT
(C)
ISRO
(D)
NAAC
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46. Phosphorus is kept in :
(A)
Cold water
(B)
Kerosene
(C)
Alcohol
(D)
Ammonia
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47. ‘The canon of Medicine ' was written by :
(A)
Cladius Galen
(B)
Ibnu Bathoota
(C)
Ibnu Rushdie
(D)
Avicenna
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48. Ozone layer is found in the :
(A)
Mesosphere
(B)
Stratosphere
(C)
Thermosphere
(D)
Troposphere
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49. Western Ghats and North Eastern Himalayas in India has :
(A)
Tropical deciduous forest
(B)
Temperate broad leaf forest
(C)
Tropical rain forest
(D)
Temperate narrow leaf forest
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50. The 'Minamata' disease is caused by :
(A)
Chromium
(B)
Methyl mercury
(C)
Cadmium
(D)
None of these
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51. The synonym of "anger" is :
(A)
rage
(B)
happy
(C)
pleasant
(D)
love
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52. The synonym of "rare" is :
(A)
available
(B)
scarce
(C)
important
(D)
frequent
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53. The antonym of "deficit" is :
(A)
credit
(B)
surplus
(C)
debit
(D)
inflate
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54. That is..... Utopian idea.
(A)
of
(B)
an
(C)
a
(D)
by
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55. Let's play,.......?
(A)
do we
(B)
shall we
(C)
will we
(D)
can't we
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56. He's got a car ......a motorbike.
(A)
as if
(B)
even
(C)
as well as
(D)
as far as
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57. A stitch in time saves ......
(A)
many
(B)
a lot
(C)
much
(D)
nine
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58. There won't be any trouble, .......?
(A)
will there
(B)
shall there
(C)
won't there
(D)
can't there
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59. Fish is reared in:
(A)
Stream
(B)
Sea
(C)
River
(D)
Aquarium
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60. Young one of a goat is :
(A)
calf
(B)
kid
(C)
colt
(D)
calf
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61. ......... is a carnivorous animal:
(A)
donkey
(B)
horse
(C)
elephant
(D)
lion
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62. ...... of stars :
(A)
band
(B)
team
(C)
troupe
(D)
constellation
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63. Which word is correctly spelt?
(A)
occasion
(B)
ocassion
(C)
occassion
(D)
occation
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64. Which word is wrongly spelt?
(A)
flopy
(B)
floridly
(C)
flossy
(D)
fluently
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65. "Are you happy?" This is ....... sentence:
(A)
assertive
(B)
imperative
(C)
exclamatory
(D)
interrogative
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66. Vis-a-vis means:
(A)
direct
(B)
private
(C)
opposite
(D)
personal
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67. Medical study of the skin and its diseases is :
(A)
Dermatology
(B)
Ophthalmology
(C)
Orthopaedics
(D)
Orthography
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68. Which of the following is a correct plural noun?
(A)
notary publics
(B)
woman
(C)
notaries public
(D)
man servants
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69. John is ....... honourable man.
(A)
a
(B)
an
(C)
the
(D)
that
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70. She is determined .....completing her studies.
(A)
on
(B)
with
(C)
in
(D)
of
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71. The fractional form of 11 1/9 percent is :
(A)
1/11
(B)
10/9
(C)
1/99
(D)
1/9
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72. If 3+4 = 21, 5+2 = 35, 4+2 = 24 then 5+3= :
(A)
40
(B)
55
(C)
30
(D)
64
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73. Insert the next number in the series : 67, 55, 44, 34, 25,......
(A)
16
(B)
17
(C)
14
(D)
15
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74. If 36 x 3c = 1 then c = :
(A)
6
(B)
12
(C)
9
(D)
3
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75. When butter is heated to produce ghee, 37½ percent of its weight is reduced. When a contained butter is heated, 12½ kg. ghee is obtained. Then the weight of the butter in is:
(A)
18 Kg
(B)
20 kg
(C)
25 kg
(D)
30 kg
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76. 1+2+3+4+......+50
(A)
1000
(B)
1250
(C)
5000
(D)
1275
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77. Average of three numbers is 12. If two numbers are 8 and 15 then the third number is :
(A)
11.5
(B)
15
(C)
13
(D)
16
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78. 5 + 3x2-8 + 4 is :
(A)
2
(B)
9
(C)
1
(D)
0
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79. (12.4 * 15.3)/(3.1 * 5.1) then (153 * 12.4)/(51 * 3.1) = :
(A)
12
(B)
1.2
(C)
120
(D)
1.2
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80. (K/7)+ (K/8) then K is :
(A)
15/56
(B)
16/15
(C)
56/16
(D)
56/15
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81. A rectangular vessel contains 1 litre water. What is its capacity if the sides are doubled?
(A)
2
(B)
4
(C)
8
(D)
1
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82. If (312312/a) = then a = :
(A)
101
(B)
111
(C)
312
(D)
1001
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84. (2.8x2.8+2x2.8x2.2+2.2x2.2)/( 2.8+2.2) = :
(A)
10
(B)
5
(C)
11
(D)
12
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85. The weight of a dog is 12 kg more than one fourth of its weight. Then the weight of the dog is:
(A)
14 kg
(B)
15 kg
(C)
16 kg
(D)
18 kg
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86. If a*b=a+b+l andif a*5 = 6*4=ll then a*b is
(A)
10
(B)
11
(C)
12
(D)
13
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87. In a month three Tuesdays were on even dates. Then 21st of the month is :
(A)
Sunday
(B)
Monday
(C)
Wednesday
(D)
Saturday
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88. If a man starts from A and walks towards North 8 km, then he walks 6 km west. Then he is ......km from A:
(A)
14 km
(B)
48 km
(C)
10 km
(D)
2 km
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89. In an election two persons contested. One of the candidate obtained 40 percent vote and he is declared elected at a margin of 298 vote. Then the total number of voters is :
(A)
1490
(B)
149
(C)
14900
(D)
None of these
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90. The sides of triangle are 5, 8,11 then its area
(A)
15
(B)
33
(C)
0
(D)
11
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91. If the H.C.F. and L.C.M. of two numbers are 8 and 48 respectively and if one of the numbers is 16 then the other number is :
(A)
24
(B)
42
(C)
64
(D)
1
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92. The L.C.M.of 3,5,7 is :
(A)
35
(B)
21
(C)
15
(D)
105
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93. Minimum pass for an examination is 30 percent. Rajan got 55 marks, but he failed due to a shortage of 17 marks. Then the total mark is :
(A)
240
(B)
242
(C)
72
(D)
90
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94. Mohan spent 80 percent of his salary and the remaining as savings. If the savings is rupees 500, then his salary is :
(A)
25000
(B)
2500
(C)
2000
(D)
20000
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95. 1/6 percent of a number is 6. The number is :
(A)
360
(B)
36
(C)
3600
(D)
600
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96. 2,5,11,23,47,.....
(A)
90
(B)
95
(C)
105
(D)
100
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97. 4 * 4 = 22 ,1 * 1= 11 , 9 *9 = 33 then 16 * 16 = .....
(A)
32
(B)
64
(C)
44
(D)
28
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98. a , b is numbers a-b = 7 , ab = 30 then a+b = ......
(A)
15
(B)
37
(C)
210
(D)
13
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99. 10,18,45,109,......
(A)
208
(B)
230
(C)
234
(D)
256
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100. 0.333....* 0.666... = ......
(A)
0.181818...
(B)
0.198198...
(C)
0.18
(D)
0.222...
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