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1. Which of the following was not one of the contributions of Alauddin Hussain Shah of Bengal?
(A) The creative genius of the people of medieval Bengal reached its zenith
(B) The Bengali literature made a tremendous advance
(C) He liberally conferred high posts upon the Hindu subjects
(D) He was a great poet of Bengali language
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2. In which one of the following cities is the Global Automotive Research Centre being set up?
(A) Chennai (B) Hyderabad
(C) Pune (D) Gurgaon
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3. Which one among the following organisms is found in the gut of termites which feed on wood?
(A) Bacteria (B) Protozoa
(C) Virus (D) Fungi
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4. Termites can't digest the cellulose contained in wood. Which of the following organism assists termites in the cellulose digestion?
(A) Bacteria (B) Protozoa
(C) Virus (D) Fungi
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5. The "pond bloom" of blue green algae which causes the death of fishes and cattles produces the toxins of–
(A) ammonia (B) hydroxylamine
(C) carbohydrates (D) fatty acids
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6. The salaries and allowances of the Council of Ministers of the State Government are paid from the–
(A) Reserve Bank of India (B) Treasury of the State Government
(C) Contingency Fund of the State (D) Consolidated Fund of the State
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7. Who is responsible for the observance of the Rules of Business of the State Government in India?
(A) The Governor (B) The Chief Minister
(C) The Advocate General (D) The Chief Secretary of the State Government
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8. The State which records the highest productivity of fish (per unit area) in India is?
(A) Kerala (B) Tamil Nadu
(C) Odisha (D) Paschim Banga
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9. During a flight from Delhi to Tokyo the following are the landing airports–
(A) Hongkong (B) Hanoi
(C) Taipei (D) Bangkok
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10. Which one of the following is not a Baltic State?
(A) Belarus (B) Estonia
(C) Latvia (D) Lithuania
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11. Main objective of Antyodaya programme is to–
(A) uplift the urban poor (B) uplift the farmer
(C) uplift the landless labour (D) uplift the poor
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12. The strategic aim of IRDP is–
(A) to reduce unemployment
(B) to provide more opportunities for rural employment and credit facilities at concessional rate of interest
(C) to provide the required inputs for increasing agricultural productivity
(D) None of the above'
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13. Which Sultan declared himself as Siknadar-i-Sani, the Second Alexander?
(A) Balban (B) Kaiqubad
(C) Iltutmish (D) Alauddin Khilji
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14. Who finally annexed Bengal and brought about the decline and fall of the dynasty of Ilyas Khan?
(A) Babar (B) Humayun
(C) Sher Shah Suri (D) Akbar
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15. Which pair is not correctly matched?
(A) Mahadevi Verma : Magsaysay Award (B) Indira Gandhi : UN Population Award
(C) Mother Teresa : Magsaysay Award (D) S Chandrashekhar : Nobel Prize
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16. Which of the following was not one of the warring kingdoms of Asom and East
Bengal at the time?
(A) Kamata (B) Ahom
(C) Kamarupa (D) Vanga
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17. Which British Military officer defeated Tipu Sultan in India, Napoleon Banoparte in Europe and eventually became the Duke of Wellington?
(A) Arthur Wellesley (B) Robert Clive
(C) Warren Hastings (D) Richard Wellesley
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18. Which one among the following makes common border with maximum number of other States of India?
(A) Asom (B) Madhya Pradesh
(C) Jharkhand (D) Rajasthan
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19. In which of the following period the flowering plant, ie, Angiosperm appeared for the first time?
(A) Carboniferous (B) Triassic
(C) Jurassic (D) Cretaceous
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20. The vitamin which is very liable and easily destroyed during cooking as well as storage is–
(A) vitamin A (B) vitamin C
(C) vitamin E (D) vitamin K
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21. Which of the following bacteria is found in nodules of family Leguminosae?
(A) Rhizobium (B) Nitrobacter
(C) Azotobacter (D) All of these
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22. Which of the following is not reserved by the Governor for the consideration of the President?
(A) Bills affecting powers of the High Courts
(B) Bills relating to compulsory acquisition of property
(C) Bills seeking to impose restrictions on the inter-state trade
(D) Bills relating to imposition of taxes on agricultural income
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23. Which one of the following statements is not correct about the Chief Secretary of a State?
(A) He is Secretary to the State Cabinet
(B) He is the Head of the civil services in the State
(C) He is the Principal Advisor to the State Chief Minister
(D) He supervises the execution of Cabinet decisions
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24. The Zonal Councils have been established by–
(A) Article 263 of the Constitution (B) States rearganisation Act
(C) Zonal councils Act (D) An order of the President of India
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25. What are the official languages of the UNO?
(A) English, French and Russian (B) English, French, German, and Russia
(C) English, French, Russian, Chinese and Hindi (D) English, French, Chinese, Russian, Arabic and Spanish
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