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JSTSE – 2014 
GENERAL – KNOWLEDGE   
 
1. Which of the following Indus civilization site give evidence of a dockyard? 
 (1) Harappa (2) Mohenjodaro 
 (3) Lothal (4) Rakhigarhi 
1. 3 
 
2. Which of the following country have an unwritten constitution:  
 (1) USA (2) India 
 (3) UK  (4) Pakistan 
2. 3 
 
3. Which amongst the following organised “Ashwa Medha Yojya”? 
 (1) Ajatshatru (2) Ashoka 
 (3) Samundragupta  (4) Chandragupta 
3. 3 
 
4. The original name of great musician Tansen was: 
 (1) Lal Kulwant (2) Banda Bahadur 
 (3) Ramtanu pandey  (4) Markandey 
4. 3 
 
5. Japan’s parliament is known as: 
 (1) Diet (2) National Assembly 
 (3) Yuan (4) National Peoples Congress 
5. 1 
 
6. How many languages are recognised by the Indian Constitution? 
 (1) 15  (2) 18 
 (3) 22 (4) 24 
6. 3 
 
7. Which article of Constitution of India says “No Child below the age of fourteen years shall be 
employed to work in any hazardous employment” 
 (1) Article 24 (2) Article 45 
 (3) Article 330  (4) Article 368 
7. 1 
 
8. First national park developed in India is 
 (1) Gir (2) Sariska 
 (3) Kaziranga (4) Jim Corbett 
8. 4 
 
9. In India, forest area accounts for about ___ of land surface: 
 (1) 22% (2) 33% 
 (3) 14% (4) 25% 
9. 1 
 
10. Which one of the following river forms an “Estuary”. 
 (1) Kaveri  (2) Krishna 
 (3) Mahanadi (4) Narmada 
10. 4 
 
 
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FIITJEE Ltd., N-W Centre, 31, 32, 33, Central Market, West Avenue Road, Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi - 110026, Ph: 011-45634000 
JSTSE – 2014 
GENERAL – KNOWLEDGE   
 
1. Which of the following Indus civilization site give evidence of a dockyard? 
 (1) Harappa (2) Mohenjodaro 
 (3) Lothal (4) Rakhigarhi 
1. 3 
 
2. Which of the following country have an unwritten constitution:  
 (1) USA (2) India 
 (3) UK  (4) Pakistan 
2. 3 
 
3. Which amongst the following organised “Ashwa Medha Yojya”? 
 (1) Ajatshatru (2) Ashoka 
 (3) Samundragupta  (4) Chandragupta 
3. 3 
 
4. The original name of great musician Tansen was: 
 (1) Lal Kulwant (2) Banda Bahadur 
 (3) Ramtanu pandey  (4) Markandey 
4. 3 
 
5. Japan’s parliament is known as: 
 (1) Diet (2) National Assembly 
 (3) Yuan (4) National Peoples Congress 
5. 1 
 
6. How many languages are recognised by the Indian Constitution? 
 (1) 15  (2) 18 
 (3) 22 (4) 24 
6. 3 
 
7. Which article of Constitution of India says “No Child below the age of fourteen years shall be 
employed to work in any hazardous employment” 
 (1) Article 24 (2) Article 45 
 (3) Article 330  (4) Article 368 
7. 1 
 
8. First national park developed in India is 
 (1) Gir (2) Sariska 
 (3) Kaziranga (4) Jim Corbett 
8. 4 
 
9. In India, forest area accounts for about ___ of land surface: 
 (1) 22% (2) 33% 
 (3) 14% (4) 25% 
9. 1 
 
10. Which one of the following river forms an “Estuary”. 
 (1) Kaveri  (2) Krishna 
 (3) Mahanadi (4) Narmada 
10. 4 
 
 
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11. Leading producer of Coffee is 
 (1) India (2) Brazil 
 (3) Russia (4) Sri Lanka 
11. 2 
 
12. In Parliament session zero house is at the discretion of 
 (1) Prime Minister (2) Speaker 
 (3) Opposition Leader (4) President 
12. 2 
 
13. “Right to education” become a fundamental right on 
 (1) March 15, 2010 (2) April 01, 2010 
 (3) July 17, 2010 (4) October 10, 2010 
13. 2 
 
14. Which one of the following battles led to the foundation of Mughal rule at Delhi? 
 (1) Third battle of Panipat (2) Second battle of Panipat 
 (3) Battle of Haldighati (4) First battle of Panipat 
14. 4 
 
15. Which Indian city is known as Manchester of India? 
 (1) Delhi (2) Kolkata 
 (3) Surat  (4) Ahmedabad 
15. 4 
 
16. First Lok Sabha elections in India held in the year 
 (1) 1947 - 48 (2) 1948 - 49 
 (3) 1949 - 50 (4) 1951 – 52 
16. 4 
 
17. Till July 2013, number of coastal States in India is: 
 (1) 7 (2) 8 
 (3) 9 (4) 5 
17. 3 
 
18. Which of the following state is smallest in area? 
 (1) Sikkim  (2) Meghalaya 
 (3) Arunachal Pradesh (4) Goa 
18. 4 
 
19. Which state is famous for Stepwells? 
 (1) Maharashtra  (2) Gujarat 
 (3) Odisha (4) Manipur 
19. 2 
 
20. Taxation is a toll of: 
 (1) Monetary policy (2) Fiscal policy 
 (3) Price policy (4) Wage policy 
20. 2 
 
21. What is ‘dual pricing’ system 
 (1) Wholesale price and retail prices  
 (2) Real prices and monetary prices 
 (3) Prices fixed by Government and price is open market 
 (4) Daily prices and weekly prices 
21. 3 
 
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FIITJEE Ltd., N-W Centre, 31, 32, 33, Central Market, West Avenue Road, Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi - 110026, Ph: 011-45634000 
JSTSE – 2014 
GENERAL – KNOWLEDGE   
 
1. Which of the following Indus civilization site give evidence of a dockyard? 
 (1) Harappa (2) Mohenjodaro 
 (3) Lothal (4) Rakhigarhi 
1. 3 
 
2. Which of the following country have an unwritten constitution:  
 (1) USA (2) India 
 (3) UK  (4) Pakistan 
2. 3 
 
3. Which amongst the following organised “Ashwa Medha Yojya”? 
 (1) Ajatshatru (2) Ashoka 
 (3) Samundragupta  (4) Chandragupta 
3. 3 
 
4. The original name of great musician Tansen was: 
 (1) Lal Kulwant (2) Banda Bahadur 
 (3) Ramtanu pandey  (4) Markandey 
4. 3 
 
5. Japan’s parliament is known as: 
 (1) Diet (2) National Assembly 
 (3) Yuan (4) National Peoples Congress 
5. 1 
 
6. How many languages are recognised by the Indian Constitution? 
 (1) 15  (2) 18 
 (3) 22 (4) 24 
6. 3 
 
7. Which article of Constitution of India says “No Child below the age of fourteen years shall be 
employed to work in any hazardous employment” 
 (1) Article 24 (2) Article 45 
 (3) Article 330  (4) Article 368 
7. 1 
 
8. First national park developed in India is 
 (1) Gir (2) Sariska 
 (3) Kaziranga (4) Jim Corbett 
8. 4 
 
9. In India, forest area accounts for about ___ of land surface: 
 (1) 22% (2) 33% 
 (3) 14% (4) 25% 
9. 1 
 
10. Which one of the following river forms an “Estuary”. 
 (1) Kaveri  (2) Krishna 
 (3) Mahanadi (4) Narmada 
10. 4 
 
 
     _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 
FIITJEE Ltd., N-W Centre, 31, 32, 33, Central Market, West Avenue Road, Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi - 110026, Ph: 011-45634000 
11. Leading producer of Coffee is 
 (1) India (2) Brazil 
 (3) Russia (4) Sri Lanka 
11. 2 
 
12. In Parliament session zero house is at the discretion of 
 (1) Prime Minister (2) Speaker 
 (3) Opposition Leader (4) President 
12. 2 
 
13. “Right to education” become a fundamental right on 
 (1) March 15, 2010 (2) April 01, 2010 
 (3) July 17, 2010 (4) October 10, 2010 
13. 2 
 
14. Which one of the following battles led to the foundation of Mughal rule at Delhi? 
 (1) Third battle of Panipat (2) Second battle of Panipat 
 (3) Battle of Haldighati (4) First battle of Panipat 
14. 4 
 
15. Which Indian city is known as Manchester of India? 
 (1) Delhi (2) Kolkata 
 (3) Surat  (4) Ahmedabad 
15. 4 
 
16. First Lok Sabha elections in India held in the year 
 (1) 1947 - 48 (2) 1948 - 49 
 (3) 1949 - 50 (4) 1951 – 52 
16. 4 
 
17. Till July 2013, number of coastal States in India is: 
 (1) 7 (2) 8 
 (3) 9 (4) 5 
17. 3 
 
18. Which of the following state is smallest in area? 
 (1) Sikkim  (2) Meghalaya 
 (3) Arunachal Pradesh (4) Goa 
18. 4 
 
19. Which state is famous for Stepwells? 
 (1) Maharashtra  (2) Gujarat 
 (3) Odisha (4) Manipur 
19. 2 
 
20. Taxation is a toll of: 
 (1) Monetary policy (2) Fiscal policy 
 (3) Price policy (4) Wage policy 
20. 2 
 
21. What is ‘dual pricing’ system 
 (1) Wholesale price and retail prices  
 (2) Real prices and monetary prices 
 (3) Prices fixed by Government and price is open market 
 (4) Daily prices and weekly prices 
21. 3 
 
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22. A rocket works on the principle of conservation of:  
 (1) Mass (2) Linear momentum 
 (3) Energy (4) Angular momentum 
22. 2 
 
23. Crocodiles store fat in: 
 (1) Head (2) Stomach 
 (3) Tail (4) Arteries 
23. 3 
 
24. What is the difference between C.F.L. and an L.E.D lamp? 
(1) To produce light, a CFL uses mercury vapour and phosphor, while LED lamp used semi 
conductor material  
(2) The average life span of CFL is much more larger than LED lamp 
 (3) A CFL is less energy efficient as compared to an LED lamp 
 Which of the statement given above is / are correct? 
 (1) Only 1  (2) 1 and 3 
 (3) 2 and 3 (4) 1, 2 and 3 
24. 2 
 
25. Among the given nutrients, milk is a poor source of: 
 (1) Calcium (2) Protein 
 (3) Vitamin C (4) Carbohydrate 
25. 3 
 
26. Most abundant element on the earth’s crust by weight is  
 (1) Oxygen  (2) Silicon 
 (3) Iron (4) Aluminium 
26. 2 
 
27. In whole body mass the percentage of blood is  
 (1) 8% (2)9% 
 (3) 10% (4) 11% 
27. 1 
 
28. The colour change in the chameleon is due to the presence of  
 (1) Haemoglobin (2) Chromatophore 
 (3) Chlorophyll (4) Pneumatophore 
28. 2 
 
29. “Fire-Fighting Clothes” are made from  
 (1) Mica (2) Asbestos  
 (3) Talk (4) Steatite 
29. 2 
 
30. One Byte is equal to  
 (1) 8 bits (2) 12 bits  
 (3) 16 bits (4) 20 bits 
30. 1 
 
31. What is the other name of Vitamin B
2
 
 (1) Thiamine (2) Haemoglobin 
 (3) Riboflavin (4) Dextrose 
31. 3 
 
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FIITJEE Ltd., N-W Centre, 31, 32, 33, Central Market, West Avenue Road, Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi - 110026, Ph: 011-45634000 
JSTSE – 2014 
GENERAL – KNOWLEDGE   
 
1. Which of the following Indus civilization site give evidence of a dockyard? 
 (1) Harappa (2) Mohenjodaro 
 (3) Lothal (4) Rakhigarhi 
1. 3 
 
2. Which of the following country have an unwritten constitution:  
 (1) USA (2) India 
 (3) UK  (4) Pakistan 
2. 3 
 
3. Which amongst the following organised “Ashwa Medha Yojya”? 
 (1) Ajatshatru (2) Ashoka 
 (3) Samundragupta  (4) Chandragupta 
3. 3 
 
4. The original name of great musician Tansen was: 
 (1) Lal Kulwant (2) Banda Bahadur 
 (3) Ramtanu pandey  (4) Markandey 
4. 3 
 
5. Japan’s parliament is known as: 
 (1) Diet (2) National Assembly 
 (3) Yuan (4) National Peoples Congress 
5. 1 
 
6. How many languages are recognised by the Indian Constitution? 
 (1) 15  (2) 18 
 (3) 22 (4) 24 
6. 3 
 
7. Which article of Constitution of India says “No Child below the age of fourteen years shall be 
employed to work in any hazardous employment” 
 (1) Article 24 (2) Article 45 
 (3) Article 330  (4) Article 368 
7. 1 
 
8. First national park developed in India is 
 (1) Gir (2) Sariska 
 (3) Kaziranga (4) Jim Corbett 
8. 4 
 
9. In India, forest area accounts for about ___ of land surface: 
 (1) 22% (2) 33% 
 (3) 14% (4) 25% 
9. 1 
 
10. Which one of the following river forms an “Estuary”. 
 (1) Kaveri  (2) Krishna 
 (3) Mahanadi (4) Narmada 
10. 4 
 
 
     _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 
FIITJEE Ltd., N-W Centre, 31, 32, 33, Central Market, West Avenue Road, Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi - 110026, Ph: 011-45634000 
11. Leading producer of Coffee is 
 (1) India (2) Brazil 
 (3) Russia (4) Sri Lanka 
11. 2 
 
12. In Parliament session zero house is at the discretion of 
 (1) Prime Minister (2) Speaker 
 (3) Opposition Leader (4) President 
12. 2 
 
13. “Right to education” become a fundamental right on 
 (1) March 15, 2010 (2) April 01, 2010 
 (3) July 17, 2010 (4) October 10, 2010 
13. 2 
 
14. Which one of the following battles led to the foundation of Mughal rule at Delhi? 
 (1) Third battle of Panipat (2) Second battle of Panipat 
 (3) Battle of Haldighati (4) First battle of Panipat 
14. 4 
 
15. Which Indian city is known as Manchester of India? 
 (1) Delhi (2) Kolkata 
 (3) Surat  (4) Ahmedabad 
15. 4 
 
16. First Lok Sabha elections in India held in the year 
 (1) 1947 - 48 (2) 1948 - 49 
 (3) 1949 - 50 (4) 1951 – 52 
16. 4 
 
17. Till July 2013, number of coastal States in India is: 
 (1) 7 (2) 8 
 (3) 9 (4) 5 
17. 3 
 
18. Which of the following state is smallest in area? 
 (1) Sikkim  (2) Meghalaya 
 (3) Arunachal Pradesh (4) Goa 
18. 4 
 
19. Which state is famous for Stepwells? 
 (1) Maharashtra  (2) Gujarat 
 (3) Odisha (4) Manipur 
19. 2 
 
20. Taxation is a toll of: 
 (1) Monetary policy (2) Fiscal policy 
 (3) Price policy (4) Wage policy 
20. 2 
 
21. What is ‘dual pricing’ system 
 (1) Wholesale price and retail prices  
 (2) Real prices and monetary prices 
 (3) Prices fixed by Government and price is open market 
 (4) Daily prices and weekly prices 
21. 3 
 
     _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 
FIITJEE Ltd., N-W Centre, 31, 32, 33, Central Market, West Avenue Road, Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi - 110026, Ph: 011-45634000 
22. A rocket works on the principle of conservation of:  
 (1) Mass (2) Linear momentum 
 (3) Energy (4) Angular momentum 
22. 2 
 
23. Crocodiles store fat in: 
 (1) Head (2) Stomach 
 (3) Tail (4) Arteries 
23. 3 
 
24. What is the difference between C.F.L. and an L.E.D lamp? 
(1) To produce light, a CFL uses mercury vapour and phosphor, while LED lamp used semi 
conductor material  
(2) The average life span of CFL is much more larger than LED lamp 
 (3) A CFL is less energy efficient as compared to an LED lamp 
 Which of the statement given above is / are correct? 
 (1) Only 1  (2) 1 and 3 
 (3) 2 and 3 (4) 1, 2 and 3 
24. 2 
 
25. Among the given nutrients, milk is a poor source of: 
 (1) Calcium (2) Protein 
 (3) Vitamin C (4) Carbohydrate 
25. 3 
 
26. Most abundant element on the earth’s crust by weight is  
 (1) Oxygen  (2) Silicon 
 (3) Iron (4) Aluminium 
26. 2 
 
27. In whole body mass the percentage of blood is  
 (1) 8% (2)9% 
 (3) 10% (4) 11% 
27. 1 
 
28. The colour change in the chameleon is due to the presence of  
 (1) Haemoglobin (2) Chromatophore 
 (3) Chlorophyll (4) Pneumatophore 
28. 2 
 
29. “Fire-Fighting Clothes” are made from  
 (1) Mica (2) Asbestos  
 (3) Talk (4) Steatite 
29. 2 
 
30. One Byte is equal to  
 (1) 8 bits (2) 12 bits  
 (3) 16 bits (4) 20 bits 
30. 1 
 
31. What is the other name of Vitamin B
2
 
 (1) Thiamine (2) Haemoglobin 
 (3) Riboflavin (4) Dextrose 
31. 3 
 
     _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 
FIITJEE Ltd., N-W Centre, 31, 32, 33, Central Market, West Avenue Road, Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi - 110026, Ph: 011-45634000 
32. Which of the following is known as ‘grave yard’ of RBCs? 
 (1) Liver (2) Bone marrow 
 (3) Spleen (4) Appendix 
32. 3 
 
33. Blubber is a  
 (1) milky secretion of rubber plant  
 (2) layer of thick fat 
 (3) device to trap insects by some aquatic plants  
 (4) fungal infection of rice plants 
33. 2 
 
34. Permanent hardness of water may be removed by addition of   
 (1) Alum (2) Sodium carbonate 
 (3) Lime (4) Potassium permanganate 
34. 2 
 
35. A transformer works with  
 (1) Alternating current only  (2) Direct current only  
 (3) Both A.C and D.C (4) Any signal 
35. 1 
 
36. Sound travels fastest in  
 (1) Water  (2) Air  
 (3) Glass (4) Glycerin 
36. 3 
 
37. At what temperature with the density of water be maximum? 
 (1) 0
o
C (2) 32
 o
C 
 (3) –4
 o
C (4) 4
 o
C 
37. 4 
 
38. Electron was discovered by  
 (1) Ernest Rutherford (2) Max Planck 
 (3) Joseph Thomson (4) Albert Einstein 
38. 3 
 
39. pH value of natural rain water is: 
 (1) 5.6 (2) 6.2  
 (3) 7.0 (4) 7.5 
39. 1 
 
40. Laughing gas is  
 (1) Nitiric oxide (2) Nitrous oxide 
 (3) Nitrogen penta oxide (4) Nitrogen 
40. 2 
 
41. Dehradun is famous for 
 (1) textile industry  (2) medicines 
 (3) forest research institute (4) leather industry  
41. 3 
 
42. Which scheme was launched in June 2013 for the aim of providing employment 
opportunities to youth in naxalite hit areas: 
 (1) Swabhiman (2) Roshni 
 (3) Sabla (4) Ujjawala 
42. 2 
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FIITJEE Ltd., N-W Centre, 31, 32, 33, Central Market, West Avenue Road, Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi - 110026, Ph: 011-45634000 
JSTSE – 2014 
GENERAL – KNOWLEDGE   
 
1. Which of the following Indus civilization site give evidence of a dockyard? 
 (1) Harappa (2) Mohenjodaro 
 (3) Lothal (4) Rakhigarhi 
1. 3 
 
2. Which of the following country have an unwritten constitution:  
 (1) USA (2) India 
 (3) UK  (4) Pakistan 
2. 3 
 
3. Which amongst the following organised “Ashwa Medha Yojya”? 
 (1) Ajatshatru (2) Ashoka 
 (3) Samundragupta  (4) Chandragupta 
3. 3 
 
4. The original name of great musician Tansen was: 
 (1) Lal Kulwant (2) Banda Bahadur 
 (3) Ramtanu pandey  (4) Markandey 
4. 3 
 
5. Japan’s parliament is known as: 
 (1) Diet (2) National Assembly 
 (3) Yuan (4) National Peoples Congress 
5. 1 
 
6. How many languages are recognised by the Indian Constitution? 
 (1) 15  (2) 18 
 (3) 22 (4) 24 
6. 3 
 
7. Which article of Constitution of India says “No Child below the age of fourteen years shall be 
employed to work in any hazardous employment” 
 (1) Article 24 (2) Article 45 
 (3) Article 330  (4) Article 368 
7. 1 
 
8. First national park developed in India is 
 (1) Gir (2) Sariska 
 (3) Kaziranga (4) Jim Corbett 
8. 4 
 
9. In India, forest area accounts for about ___ of land surface: 
 (1) 22% (2) 33% 
 (3) 14% (4) 25% 
9. 1 
 
10. Which one of the following river forms an “Estuary”. 
 (1) Kaveri  (2) Krishna 
 (3) Mahanadi (4) Narmada 
10. 4 
 
 
     _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 
FIITJEE Ltd., N-W Centre, 31, 32, 33, Central Market, West Avenue Road, Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi - 110026, Ph: 011-45634000 
11. Leading producer of Coffee is 
 (1) India (2) Brazil 
 (3) Russia (4) Sri Lanka 
11. 2 
 
12. In Parliament session zero house is at the discretion of 
 (1) Prime Minister (2) Speaker 
 (3) Opposition Leader (4) President 
12. 2 
 
13. “Right to education” become a fundamental right on 
 (1) March 15, 2010 (2) April 01, 2010 
 (3) July 17, 2010 (4) October 10, 2010 
13. 2 
 
14. Which one of the following battles led to the foundation of Mughal rule at Delhi? 
 (1) Third battle of Panipat (2) Second battle of Panipat 
 (3) Battle of Haldighati (4) First battle of Panipat 
14. 4 
 
15. Which Indian city is known as Manchester of India? 
 (1) Delhi (2) Kolkata 
 (3) Surat  (4) Ahmedabad 
15. 4 
 
16. First Lok Sabha elections in India held in the year 
 (1) 1947 - 48 (2) 1948 - 49 
 (3) 1949 - 50 (4) 1951 – 52 
16. 4 
 
17. Till July 2013, number of coastal States in India is: 
 (1) 7 (2) 8 
 (3) 9 (4) 5 
17. 3 
 
18. Which of the following state is smallest in area? 
 (1) Sikkim  (2) Meghalaya 
 (3) Arunachal Pradesh (4) Goa 
18. 4 
 
19. Which state is famous for Stepwells? 
 (1) Maharashtra  (2) Gujarat 
 (3) Odisha (4) Manipur 
19. 2 
 
20. Taxation is a toll of: 
 (1) Monetary policy (2) Fiscal policy 
 (3) Price policy (4) Wage policy 
20. 2 
 
21. What is ‘dual pricing’ system 
 (1) Wholesale price and retail prices  
 (2) Real prices and monetary prices 
 (3) Prices fixed by Government and price is open market 
 (4) Daily prices and weekly prices 
21. 3 
 
     _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 
FIITJEE Ltd., N-W Centre, 31, 32, 33, Central Market, West Avenue Road, Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi - 110026, Ph: 011-45634000 
22. A rocket works on the principle of conservation of:  
 (1) Mass (2) Linear momentum 
 (3) Energy (4) Angular momentum 
22. 2 
 
23. Crocodiles store fat in: 
 (1) Head (2) Stomach 
 (3) Tail (4) Arteries 
23. 3 
 
24. What is the difference between C.F.L. and an L.E.D lamp? 
(1) To produce light, a CFL uses mercury vapour and phosphor, while LED lamp used semi 
conductor material  
(2) The average life span of CFL is much more larger than LED lamp 
 (3) A CFL is less energy efficient as compared to an LED lamp 
 Which of the statement given above is / are correct? 
 (1) Only 1  (2) 1 and 3 
 (3) 2 and 3 (4) 1, 2 and 3 
24. 2 
 
25. Among the given nutrients, milk is a poor source of: 
 (1) Calcium (2) Protein 
 (3) Vitamin C (4) Carbohydrate 
25. 3 
 
26. Most abundant element on the earth’s crust by weight is  
 (1) Oxygen  (2) Silicon 
 (3) Iron (4) Aluminium 
26. 2 
 
27. In whole body mass the percentage of blood is  
 (1) 8% (2)9% 
 (3) 10% (4) 11% 
27. 1 
 
28. The colour change in the chameleon is due to the presence of  
 (1) Haemoglobin (2) Chromatophore 
 (3) Chlorophyll (4) Pneumatophore 
28. 2 
 
29. “Fire-Fighting Clothes” are made from  
 (1) Mica (2) Asbestos  
 (3) Talk (4) Steatite 
29. 2 
 
30. One Byte is equal to  
 (1) 8 bits (2) 12 bits  
 (3) 16 bits (4) 20 bits 
30. 1 
 
31. What is the other name of Vitamin B
2
 
 (1) Thiamine (2) Haemoglobin 
 (3) Riboflavin (4) Dextrose 
31. 3 
 
     _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 
FIITJEE Ltd., N-W Centre, 31, 32, 33, Central Market, West Avenue Road, Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi - 110026, Ph: 011-45634000 
32. Which of the following is known as ‘grave yard’ of RBCs? 
 (1) Liver (2) Bone marrow 
 (3) Spleen (4) Appendix 
32. 3 
 
33. Blubber is a  
 (1) milky secretion of rubber plant  
 (2) layer of thick fat 
 (3) device to trap insects by some aquatic plants  
 (4) fungal infection of rice plants 
33. 2 
 
34. Permanent hardness of water may be removed by addition of   
 (1) Alum (2) Sodium carbonate 
 (3) Lime (4) Potassium permanganate 
34. 2 
 
35. A transformer works with  
 (1) Alternating current only  (2) Direct current only  
 (3) Both A.C and D.C (4) Any signal 
35. 1 
 
36. Sound travels fastest in  
 (1) Water  (2) Air  
 (3) Glass (4) Glycerin 
36. 3 
 
37. At what temperature with the density of water be maximum? 
 (1) 0
o
C (2) 32
 o
C 
 (3) –4
 o
C (4) 4
 o
C 
37. 4 
 
38. Electron was discovered by  
 (1) Ernest Rutherford (2) Max Planck 
 (3) Joseph Thomson (4) Albert Einstein 
38. 3 
 
39. pH value of natural rain water is: 
 (1) 5.6 (2) 6.2  
 (3) 7.0 (4) 7.5 
39. 1 
 
40. Laughing gas is  
 (1) Nitiric oxide (2) Nitrous oxide 
 (3) Nitrogen penta oxide (4) Nitrogen 
40. 2 
 
41. Dehradun is famous for 
 (1) textile industry  (2) medicines 
 (3) forest research institute (4) leather industry  
41. 3 
 
42. Which scheme was launched in June 2013 for the aim of providing employment 
opportunities to youth in naxalite hit areas: 
 (1) Swabhiman (2) Roshni 
 (3) Sabla (4) Ujjawala 
42. 2 
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FIITJEE Ltd., N-W Centre, 31, 32, 33, Central Market, West Avenue Road, Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi - 110026, Ph: 011-45634000 
43. Mithali Raj belongs to which sports 
 (1) Tennis (2) Cricket 
 (3) Archery (4) Badminton 
43. 2 
 
44. Who was appointed as Lt.Governor of Delhi in July 2013? 
 (1) Tejinder Khanna (2) Banwari Lal Joshi 
 (3) Najeeb Jung (4) Romesh Bhandari 
44. 3 
 
45. Cricket world cup 2015 will be hosted by  
 (1) India (2) Australia and New Zealand  
 (3) England (4) South Africa  
45. 3 
 
46. The largest Union Territory of India is 
 (1) Chandigarh (2) Punducherry 
 (3) Andaman and Nicobar Island (4) Lakshadweep 
46. 3 
 
47. Which city’s local time indicated India Standard Time (IST) 
 (1) New Delhi  (2) Madras 
 (3) Kolkatta (4) Allahabad 
47. 4 
 
48. SIM is the abbreviations of 
 (1) Signal Information Mode  (2) Simple Identity Mode 
 (3) Subscriber Identification Module  (4) Sailing International Matrix 
48. 3 
 
49. Match the items given in List – I with those of List-II. 
List – I  List– II 
(i) Antyodiya Yojna (a) 2006 
(ii) Mahatma Gandhi National Rural 
Employment Guarantee Programme 
(b) 1997 
(iii) Targeted Public Distribution System  (c) 2000 
(iv) Swarn Jayanti Gram Swarojgar Yojna (d) 1999 
 Select the correct answer 
 (1) i – c, ii – a, iii – b, iv – d (2) i – c, ii – d, iii – b, iv – a 
 (3) i – b, ii – d, iii – a, iv – c (4) i – d, ii – c, iii – b, iv – a 
49. 1 
 
50. Which one of these Indian monument is not enlisted in ‘UNESCO’S WORLD HERITAGE’  
list? 
 (1) Taj Mahal, Agra (2) Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminal, Mumbai 
 (3) Akshardham Temple, Delhi (4) Jantar Mantar, Jaipur  
50. 3 
 
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