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QUESTION: 1

In a parliamentary system, party cohesion is a means to an end because

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QUESTION: 2

Which one of the following is not a valid criticism of the functioning of the parliamentary system (until comparatively recently)?

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QUESTION: 3

While a proclamation of emergency is in operation in the country under Article 352,

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QUESTION: 4

Which one of the following is not a characteristic of the parliamentary type of government?

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QUESTION: 5

Which one of the following factors has contributed to an increasing control of the state government over the local government institutions?

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QUESTION: 6

Delegated legislation means

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QUESTION: 7

Which of the following statements is incorrect about the parliamentary form of government?

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QUESTION: 8

The system of voting in which a voter declares before all the name of the candidate in whose favour he wants to record

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QUESTION: 9

Independence of judiciary will be at stake if

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QUESTION: 10

Freedom of Speech under the Indian Constitution is subject to reasonable restriction on the grounds of protection of

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QUESTION: 11

Under which of the following circumstances can be President of India exercise discretionary power?
1. When there is dispute between the Prime Minister and Cabinet Minister
2. When there is no majority party in the Lok Sabha and he has to choose a Prime Minister
3. When the ruling party loses its majority in the Lok Sabha
4. When the President decides to refer the advice of the Unin Cabinet back for reconsideration
Choose the correct answer from the codes give below:

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QUESTION: 12

Which one of the following statements gives a correct definition of a constitution?

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QUESTION: 13

Which one of the following statements is wrong?

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QUESTION: 14

Which one of the following could be considered as precondition for the establishment of federal government?

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QUESTION: 15

'The Cabinet form of government' means

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QUESTION: 16

The plan of Sir Stafford Cripps envisaged that after the Second World War

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QUESTION: 17

What was the procedure followed for adoption of the Constitution of India?

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QUESTION: 18

Which of the following statements about the Constitutions of India is/are correct?
1. Popular sovereignty and adult franchise are the basic features of the Constitution
2. The Constitution, in so far as the division of powers between the Centre and the State is concerned, is rigid.
3. The Constitution recognises the inter-dependence of civil and economic rights.
4. The Constitution mentions direct control by the people such as referendum initiative and recall.

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QUESTION: 19

    The division of legislative powers between the Centre and the States under the present Constitution of India is similar to that between the Centre and the Provinces under the Government of India Act, 1935, in some of the following respects.
    1. In case of overlap of a matter as between the three lists of subject, predominance in both is given to the Central legislature.
    2. In case of repugnancy in the Concurrent field, in both a Central law previals over a Provincial or State law.
    3. In both, residuary powers were vested in the Central legislature.
    Which of the above are true?

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QUESTION: 20

A was born in Nasik in 1920 and had game to Chicago for study. He married Miss B, an American girl there and a son C was born to them in Boston in 1945. All of them came to Pune in 1946 with the intention of staying permanently there. They continued to stay until the commencement of the Constitution and beyond. C acquired citzenship of India because

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QUESTION: 21

Which of the following are not  included in the right to freedom of religion in the Constitution of India?
  1.  Freedom of conscience and the right to practice and propagate religion.
  2.  Levying of taxes or use of funds of the Goverment for the promotion or maintenance of any religion
  3.  Establishment and maintenance of religious and charitable institutions
  4.  Imparting of religious instruction in any Government maintained institution

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QUESTION: 22

    Which of the following is/are among Directive Principle of State Policy?
    1.    The State shall strive to promote science and technology for development.
    2.    The State shall endeavour to secure for citizens a uniform Civil code throughout India
    3.    The State shall try to develop population policy and family planning programmes
    4.    The State shall take steps to promote tourism.

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QUESTION: 23

If the total number of votes to be cast in the Presidential election in India is 8,66,287, the minimum number of single preference votes that must be secured by a candidate for election is

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QUESTION: 24

    What is the correct squeence of the following?
    1.    Scheduled Caste Order
    2.    Untouchability Offences Act
    3.    Protection of Civil Rights Act
    4.    Communal Order of the Government of Madras.

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QUESTION: 25

Which of the following is true regarding Pradhan Mantri Matru Vananda Yojana (PMMVY)?
I. Pradhan  Mantri  Matritva  Vandana  Yojana  (PMMVY),  previously  Indira  Gandhi Matritva  Sahyog  Yojana  (IGMSY),  is  a  maternity  benefit  program  run  by  the government of India.
II. It was introduced in 2010 and is implemented by the Ministry of  Women and Child Development.
III. It is a conditional cash transfer scheme for pregnant  and lactating women of 19 years of age or above for first two live births. 
IV. It provides a partial  wage  compensation  to  women  for  wage-loss  during  childbirth  and  childcare and to provide conditions for safe delivery and good nutrition and feeding practices

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QUESTION: 26

What is not true regarding Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana?
I. Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojanais an ambitious social welfare scheme of Narendra Modi Government launched on 1st May 2016 from Ballia in Uttar Pradesh. 
II. Under the PM  Ujjwala  Yojana,  the  government  aims  to  provide  LPG  connections  to  BPL households  in  the  country.  
III. The  scheme  is  aimed  at  replacing  the  unclean  cooking fuels mostly used in the rural India with the clean and more efficient LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas).
IV. Saubhagya is a scheme launched to achieve universal household electrification  in all parts of the Country at a cost of Rs. 16,320 crore including Gross Budgetary Support (GBS) of Rs. 18,320 crores from Government of India. 

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QUESTION: 27

Consider the following statements regarding Sukanya Samridhi Yojana.
  I.Sukanya Samridhi Yojana  (SSY) is a small deposit scheme for the girl child launched as a part of the 'Beti Bachao Beti Padhao' campaign. It is currently 8.1 per cent and provides income-tax benefit. 
  II. A Sukanya Samriddhi Account can be opened any time after the birth of a girl till she turns  10,  with  a  minimum  deposit  of  Rs  500.  A  maximum  of  Rs  1.5  lakh  can  be deposited during the ongoing financial year. 
  III. The account can be opened in any post office or authorised branches of commercial banks.  The account will remain operative for 21 years from the date of its opening or till the  marriage of the girl after she turns 18. To meet the requirement of her higher education expenses, partial withdrawal of 50  per cent of the balance is allowed after she turns 18. 
  Which is correct?

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QUESTION: 28

Which of the following is correct?
I. Three  Public  Sector  Insurance  companies-  National  Insurance  Co.  Ltd.,  United  India Assurance  Co.  Ltd.,  and  Oriental  India  insurance  Co.  Ltd.,  and LIC will  be  merged  into  a  single  insurance entity and will be subsequently listed. 
II. The process of acquisition of Hindustan 
​Petroleum Corporation by the ONGC has been successfully completed. 

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QUESTION: 29

Which is correct regarding Prevention of Money Launching Act (PMLA) 2002?
I. The  definition  of  "proceeds  of  crime" in PMLA was amended in 2015 to include "property equivalent held within the country"  in  case  proceeds  of  crime  is  taken  out  or  held  "outside  the  country".  The  present amendment would allow the government to proceed against property acquired abroad. 
II.  Amendment proposed in Section 45(1) would make the  applicability  of  bail  conditions  uniform  to  all  the  offences  under  PMLA,  instead  of only those offences under the schedule which are liable to imprisonment of more than 3 years. 
III.  Section 447 of Companies Act is being  included  as  scheduled  offence  under  PMLA  so  that  Registrar  of  Companies  in suitable cases would be able to report such cases for action by Enforcement Directorate under the  PMLA provisions. 
IV. Measures to enhance effectiveness of investigations Section 5(1) of the Act provides that every order of provisional attachment passed by an  officer  of  Enforcement  Directorate  shall  cease  to  have  effect  after  180  days  from  the date  of  the  provisional  attachment  order,  unless  confirmed  by  the  Adjudicating Authority  under  PMLA  within  that  period. 
Which of the above is correct?

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QUESTION: 30

Consider the following statements:
I. Revenue deficit is the difference between revenue expenditure and revenue receipts. 
II. Fiscal  deficit  refers  to  the  excess  of  total  expenditure  over  total  receipts  (excluding borrowings) during a given financial year.
III. Primary  deficit  is  one  of  the  parts  of  fiscal  deficit.  While  fiscal  deficit  is  the  difference between  total  revenue  and  expenditure,  primary  deficit  can  be  arrived  by  deducting interest  payment  from  fiscal  deficit.  
IV. Interest  payments  are  included  from  the  calculation  of  primary  deficit  because  interest payments  are  made  on  account  of  borrowings  made  in  the  past. 

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QUESTION: 31

Reserve money is also called  'high powered money' or  'monetary base'. Which the following is one of its components?

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QUESTION: 32

Consider the following statements:
I. Consumer Price Index (CPI) is  a  key  measure  for  targeting  inflation  inflation.The  CPI  is,  as  its  name  implies,  an index or 'a number used to measure change in the cost of living'.
II. In order to calculate the inflation, we compare the CPI of the current month with the same month last year.

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QUESTION: 33

    What are the Government Measures taken to Control Inflation?

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QUESTION: 34

Consider the following statements:
I. The  Price  Stabilization  Fund  (PSF)  was  set  up  in  2014-15  under  the  Department  of Agriculture, Cooperation & Famers Welfare  (DAC&FW)  to help regulate the price volatility of  important  agri-horticultural  commodities  like  onion,  potatoes  and  pulses  were  also added subsequently. 
II. The PSF scheme was transferred from DAC&FW to the Department of Consumer Affairs (DOCA) w.e.f. 1st April, 2017.
III. The  scheme  provides  for  maintaining  a  strategic  buffer  of  commodities  for  subsequent calibrated release to moderate price volatility and discourage hoarding and unscrupulous speculation.
IV. For  building  such  stock,  the  scheme  promotes  direct  purchase  from farmers/farmers' association at farm gate/Mandi. 

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QUESTION: 35

Consider the following statements:
I. It  is state  that  India  has  strengthened  its  response  to  the  threat  of  climate  change  in accordance  with  the  principles  of equity  and Common  but  Differentiated  Responsibilities and in the  light of national circumstances with the  'Paris  Pledge' to reduce  the  emission intensity of GDP by 33-35 percent over 2005 levels by the year 2030.
II. India's urban population is projected to grow to about 600 million by 2030.
III. As on 30th November 2017, the share  of  renewable  energy  sources  was  18  percent  in  the  total  installed  capacity  of electricity in the country and that the increasing share of renewables has trebled in the last 10 years. 
Which of the above is correct?

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QUESTION: 36

Which is ascribes four main reasons for Delhi's worsening air quality ?

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QUESTION: 37

Consider the following statements:
I. The  global  economy  is  gathering  pace  and  is  expected  to  accelerate  from  3.2  percent  in 2016 to 3.6 percent in 2017 and 3.7 percent in 2018 which reflects an upward revision  of the earlier projections by the International Monetary Fund (IMF). 
II. India's  CAD  stood  at  US$7.2  billion  (1.2  percent  of  GDP)  in  Q2  of  2017-18,  narrowing  sharply from US$ 15.0 billion (2.5 percent of GDP) in the preceding quarter. 
III. India's trade deficit was US$ 80.5 billion in 2016-17. 
IV. Export growth in 2016-17 was fairly broad based with positive growth in majorcategories except textiles & allied products and leather and leather manufactures.
Which of the above statements is correct?

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QUESTION: 38

Consider the statements:
​I. The import cover of India?s foreign exchange reserves was 11.1 months at end-September 2017  as  compared  with  11.3  months  at  end  -March  2017. Within  the  major  economies running  current  account  deficit,  India  is  among  the  largest  foreign  exchange  reserve holders and sixth largest among all countries of the world.
II. Import  cover  is  an  important  indicator  of  the  stability  of  the  foreign  exchange  reserves position.
III. Import  cover  refers  to  the  duration  for  which  foreign  exchange  reserves  of  a country  can  finance  its  imports  (without  considering  any  inflow  of  fresh  forex).  
IV. One common  rule  of  thumb  is  that  forex  reserves  that  can  cover  country's  three  months? of imports are considered adequate
Which of the above statements is correct?

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QUESTION: 39

Which of the following measures have been taken to ensure mainstreaming of women in agriculture  sector?
  I.  Earmarking at least ??%  of the budget allocation for women beneficiaries in all ongoing schemes/programmes and development activities.
  II.  Initiating  women  centric  activities  to  ensure  benefits  of  various  beneficiary-oriented programs/schemes reach them.
  III.  Focusing  on  women  self-help  group  (SHG)  to  connect  them  to  micro-credit  through capacity building activities and to provide information and ensuring their representation in different decision-making bodies.
  iv.  Recognizing  the  critical  role  of  women  in  agriculture,  the  Ministry  of  Agriculture  and 

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QUESTION: 40

Consider the following statements:
I. According to the  World Bank estimates, half  of the  Indian  population would be  urban by the  year 2050.  
II. It  is  estimated that percentage  of agricultural workers in total work  force would drop to 25.7% by 2050 from 58.2% in 2001. 
Intensive involvement of labour 
III. Human power availability in  agriculture  also increased from about 0.043KW/ ha in 1960-61 to about 0.077 KW/ ha in 2014-15. 
​IV. In 1960-61, about 93%  farm power was coming from animate sources, which has reduced to about 10% in 2014-15.  On the other hand, mechanical and electrical sources of power have increased from 7% to about 90% during the same period.
Which of the above statements is corrects?

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QUESTION: 41

Consider the following statements:
I. Index of Industrial production The  Economic  Survey  2017-18  further  says  that  the  Index  of  Industrial  Production  (IIP) which  is  a  volume  index  with  base  year  2010-11,  shows  that  the  industrial  output increased by 3.2 percent during April-November 2017-18.  
II. This was a composite effect of robust growth in electricity generation at 5.2 percent and moderate growth in both mining and  manufacturing  sectors  at  3.0  percent  and  3.1  percent  respectively. 
III. The  Index  of Industrial  Production  (IIP)  registered  a  25-month  high  growth  of  8.4  per  cent  with manufacturing growing at 10.2 per cent.
Which of the above statements is correct?

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QUESTION: 42

Which one of the following architectural features is not present in Humayun's mausoleum at Delhi?

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QUESTION: 43

In which one of the following literary works is a description of the life of the alvar Vishnucitta, his exposition of Vaishnava philosophy and the love between his foster daughter Goda and God Ranganatha ?.    

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QUESTION: 44

Match List I with List II and select the correct answer using the code given below the lists:
List I List II
(Monument) (Dynasty)
A. Dhauli elephant 1. Sunga
B. Gateways at 2. Maurya
Sanchi Stupa
C. Karle Stupa 3. Satavahana
Code:
A B C

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QUESTION: 45

Who of the following shared the hardship of penance for six years with Mahavim during his search for ultimate knowledge?

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QUESTION: 46

How were Upadesa dams and Vibhasha !Mitres, the elaborate commentaries on the Buddhist sacred texts, prepared ?

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QUESTION: 47

Consider the following statements : 
1. Lime mortar was never used at Mohenjodaro in the construction of. dwellings. 
2. M Dholavira, stone was never used in the construction of dwellings. 
Which of the statements given above is/are correct ? 

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QUESTION: 48

The famous phrase "tattvamasi" is found in which one of the following Upanishads ? 

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QUESTION: 49

Which of the following represents the ancient town of Vijayapuri of the Ikshvakus?

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QUESTION: 50

Which one of the following dramas was written by Sriharsha?

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QUESTION: 51

The Mahayana Buddhism had two philosophical schools. Which of the following belonged to Mahayana Buddhism ?

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QUESTION: 52

 Directions for erecting nupas and chairyas, and an account of the contest for Buddha's relics to deposit in them is found for the first time in  

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QUESTION: 53

In Buddhism what does Patimokkha stand for ?    

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QUESTION: 54

Assertion (A) : The North Atlantic Ocean Route is the world’s most important ocean route. 
Reason (R)    :   The North Atlantic Ocean Route brings together the developing and developed nations. 

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QUESTION: 55

Assertion (A)    :  the tarai soils in India are rich in nitrogen and organic matter but are deficient in phosphate.
Reason (R)   :  these soils are generally covered by tall grass and forests. 

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QUESTION: 56

Assertion (A)    : the location of the epicentre of an earthquake may be estimated using the time-lag between the arrival of ‘P’ and ‘S’ waves.
Reason (R)    :  the ‘L’ wave cannot start until the ‘P’ wave hits the surface.

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QUESTION: 57

Consider the following statements : 
1. Nearly 30% of the petroleum production in the world is from the offshore areas.
2. the exclusive economic zone in the oceans extends up to 100 nautical miles from the coast.
​3. Only less than 1% of marine area is declared as protected area.
4. the largest marine protected area is the Great Barrier Reef. 
Which of these statements are correct?

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QUESTION: 58

Consider the following statements : 
1.    The shelter of Bedouins is known as khaimas.
2.    The shelter of Kirghiz is called as Kraals.
3.    The cattle-shade of the Bakarwals of Jammu and Kashmir is known as Kothas.
4.    The Innuits shelters are known as Igloos.
Which of these statements are correct?

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QUESTION: 59

Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer.
 List-I    List-II
 (Natural Region)    (Location)
 A.  Equatorial  1.  Around the Mediterranean Sea
 B.  Dry summer  2.  Amazon and 
   sub-tropical    Congo basin
 C.  Interior lowlands  3.  Plateaus of Ecua-
   (warm)    dor and Columbia in South America
 D.  High plateau type  4.  From Caspian
   tropical belt    eastwards towards the pamirs
Codes : 
   A  B  C  D   

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QUESTION: 60

Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer.
List-I List-II
(Towns) (Features)
A. Genoa 1. Museum town of Italy
B. Florence 2. Leading producer of sulphur
C. Sicily 3. citrus fruit production 
D. Naples 4. Leading port of Italy
Codes : 
A B C D

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QUESTION: 61

Lake Baikal is the only fresh water ‘inland sea’ discharging its outflow into 

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QUESTION: 62

Which of the following coasts generally remains dry during the months of July and August?

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QUESTION: 63

Which one of the following correctly states the location of ‘Cold desert’ of India?

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QUESTION: 64

Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer.
List-I  List-II
(Name)  (Location)
A. Bhabar 1. karakoram Range
B. Siachen Glacier 2. Himachal Pradesh
C. Bundelkhand 3. Along the foothills 
 Plateau  of the Siwaliks
D. Rohtang Pass 4. Between Ganga Plain and Vindhyan scarp land
Codes :   A B C D

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QUESTION: 65

The western Syntaxial bend of the Himalayas is near 

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QUESTION: 66

The Kathiawar Peninsula is an example of     

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QUESTION: 67

    The Meghalaya Plateau is largely formed of     

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QUESTION: 68

Which of the following three rivers of Peninsular India have the Amarkantak region as their source?    

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QUESTION: 69

Tertiary period had five epochs. Select the correct order
​in which these epochs appeared in the geological time scale from ancient to more recent times : 

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QUESTION: 70

Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer.
List-I List-II
(Cloud) (Characteristics)
A. Cirrus 1. Rain giving
B. Stratus 2. Feathery appearance
C. Nimbus 3. Vertically growing
D. Cumulus 4. Horizontally spreading
Codes : 
A B C D

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QUESTION: 71

Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer.
List-I List-II
(Types of cloud) (Mechanisms for 
Formation)
A. Convective 1. Forced lifting of 
cloud stable air 
B. Layer cloud 2. Adiabatic expansion and cooling due to rapid local reduction in pressure
C. Orographic cloud 3. Local ascent of warm, buoyant air parcel in a conditionally unstable environment
D. Funnel cloud 4. Forced lifting of air as it passes over mountains or hills
Codes : 
A B C D

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QUESTION: 72

Consider the following statements:
I. Scientists of Los Alamos National Laboratory, US have discovered a potential new state of matter that may help explain phenomena like superconductivity. 
II. It was discovered in the high-magnetic-field state
​of the heavy fermion superconductor CeRhIn5.
III. In the new state, material's electrons are aligned in such a way, that they apparently reduce the symmetry of the original crystal.
IV. It highlights the interrelation of nematicity and unconventional superconductivity, suggesting that nematicity is common among correlated superconducting materials. Superconductivity was first observed in 1911 by H. K. Onnes, a Dutch physicist. 
India's first calf delivered bhy a surrogate or recipient cow through in Vitro Fertilisation technology, carried out in a mobile laboratory, was born in Indapur, Pune.
Which of the above statmements is correct?

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QUESTION: 73

What is the name given to the calf?    

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QUESTION: 74

Whch of the following is correct?    

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QUESTION: 75

Consider the following statements:
I. Researchers from US-based Rice University have found new tectonic mircoplate off Ecuador's coast in the eastern Pacific Ocean.
II. It has been named Malpelo plate, after a Colombian island and an oceanic ridge it contains. 
III. It is overall 60th tectonic mircoplate to be discovered so far and the first in nearly a decade. 
IV. Microplates are tectonic plates with an area less than 1 million km2.
Which of the abvoe statements is/are not correct?

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QUESTION: 76

Consider the following statements:
I. Researchers San Antonio Catholic University of Murcia, Spain have discovered novobiocin compound that could be used as a potential drug to fight the effects of a Zika virus infection.
II. The novobiocin molecule (compound) was previously used in antibiotic drug to fend off "nosocomial" infections (those acquired inside ahospital). 
III. The drug was withdrawn from the market because it had lost its potency as an antibiotic.
Which of the above statements is/are correct?

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QUESTION: 77

Which of the following not is correct?    

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QUESTION: 78

Consider the following statement:
I. The Union Cabinet has apprised Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between India and Brazil in October 2016 for cooperation in fields of Zebu Cattle Genomics and Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ARTs). 
II.The MoU aims to strengthen existing friendly relations between both countries and promote development of Genomics and ARTs in Cattle through joint activities to be implemented through mutually agreed procedures.
III.It is covered under Rule 7 (d) (i) of 2nd Schedule of Government of India (Transaction of Business) Rules, 1961.
Which of the above is/are correct?

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QUESTION: 79

​Consider the following:
  I.  The Geographical Indications Registry (GIR) has granted geographical indication (GI) status to Gobindobhog rice, a speciality from Burdwan district of West Bengal.
  II. It is primarily cultivated in east Burdwan district - in southern basin of Damodar River in Raina 1, Raina 2 and Khandaghosh blocks.
  III.  It is cultivated late and therefore not much affected by rains.
  IV.  Its productivity per area is high and so farmers get better prices for Gobindobhog rice. It is less prone to pests as well.
  Which of the above of correct?

Solution:
QUESTION: 80

Which of the following is not correct?

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QUESTION: 81

Which of the following is correct?

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QUESTION: 82

Which of the following is correct regarding Indo-Nepal agreement?
I. MoU on Modalities for Utilization of India's Housing Grant Component to support Reconstruction of 50,000 Houses.
II. Three MoUs on Implementation of the Grant Component of India's Post-Earthquake Reconstruction Package in the Education Sector, Cultural Heritage Sector and Health Sector in Nepal. 
III. MoU for Implementation Arrangement for Construction of Mechi Bridge under ADB's SASEC Road Connectivity Programme (Tranche 2), Funded by India. 
IV. MoU on Drug Demand Reduction and Prevention of Illicit Trafficking in Narcotic Drugs, Psychotropic Substances and Precursor Chemical and Related Matters.
Which of the above statements is/are correct?

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QUESTION: 83

Which of the following is not correct?

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QUESTION: 84

Consider the following statements:
 I. The Union Ministry of Human Resource Development (HRD) launched 'Swasth Bachche, Swasth Bharat' Programme. 
 II.  It was launched by Union HRD Minister Prakash Javdekar in Kochi, Kerala The programme is an initiative of Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS) to prepare a physical Health and Fitness Profile Card for more than 12 lakhs of Kendriya Vidyalaya students.
 III.  Its main objective is to make students, teachers and parents aware about the importance of good health and fitness and encouraging 60 minutes of play each day. 
 IV. The objectives are bringing back the childhood amongst children, make recreational games and physical activity an integral part of learning process. 
 Which of the above statements is/are correct?

Solution:
QUESTION: 85

What is Navika Sagar Parikrama?s

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QUESTION: 86

Which of the following is correct?
I. MyFASTag: It is a consumer application that will facilitate consumer to purchase or recharge FASTags on it. It also helps to keep track of transactions and provides for online grievance redressal. 
II.FASTag Partner: It is a merchant application. It will allow agencies like Common Services Centre (CSC), banking partners and vehicle dealers to sell and enroll FASTag . In addition, it can be also used to activate
​dormant RFID tags built in 74 lakh cars in the country following the 2013 Gazette Notification in this regard. This application will aid to convert these RFID tags into FASTag (ETC Tag).
Which of the following is/are correct?

Solution:
QUESTION: 87

    Which of the following is not correct?

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QUESTION: 88

Consider the following statements:
I. India has signed Letter of Intent (LoI) with Norway to extend cooperation within health sector through Norway India Partnership Initiative (NIPI) for a period of three years starting from 2019. 
II. Through this LoI, cooperation between both countries will continue to be aligned with development goals of India as outlined in its National Health Policy, 2017 for achievement of Sustainable Development Goals. 
III. The cooperation will also focus on global health issues of common interest. It will include areas related to reproductive, maternal, child, new-born, adolescent health and health system strengthening to be build based on experiences from NIPI.
IV. The cooperation will continue to focus on innovative, catalytic and strategic support, taking India's Intensification Plan for Accelerated Maternal and Child Survival in the country as starting point.
Which of the above is/are correct?

Solution:
QUESTION: 89

Which of the following is not correct?

Solution:
QUESTION: 90

Which of the following is not correct regarding Fugitive Economic Offenders Bill 2017?

Solution:
QUESTION: 91

Which of the following is not correct regarding the Governors and the states.

Solution:
QUESTION: 92

Which of the following is not correct?

Solution:
QUESTION: 93

Consider the following statements:
I. India and Japan have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to set up India Japan Act East Forum to enhance connectivity and promote developmental projects in Northeast India.
II. The purpose of forum is to converge India's Act East Policy with Japan's Free and Open Asia-Pacific strategy in the backdrop of China's One Belt One Road initiative.
III. It can complement India's connectivity initiatives in Bangladesh, Myanmar and beyond, besides BBIN (Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal) and BIMSTEC (Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation) Motor Vehicle Agreements. 
IV. Japan is also extending loan of Rs.2,239 crore to India for 'North East Road Network Connectivity Improvement Project' to improve National Highway 40 (NH-40) and construct a bypass on NH-54 in Northeast. 
Which of the above is/are correct?

Solution:
QUESTION: 94

Which of the following is not correct?

Solution:
QUESTION: 95

Which of the following is not correct?

Solution:
QUESTION: 96

Which of the following is not correct?

Solution:
QUESTION: 97

Which of the following is not correct?

Solution:
QUESTION: 98

Which of the following is correct?

Solution:
QUESTION: 99

Which of the following is correctly matched?

Solution:
QUESTION: 100

    Which of the following is incorrectly matched?

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