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1. In which State is the Rajiv Gandhi- National Institute of Youth Development located?
(A) Tamil Nadu (B) Karnataka
(C) Himachal Pradesh (D) Uttaranchal
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2. Which of the following is correct about the "Monoclonal antibodies"?
(A) single parent type that attack many antigens (B) single parent type that attack single antigen
(C) various parent types that attack many antigens (D) various parent types that attack single antigen
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3. Which one of the following is a family of frame-based computer networking technologies for Local Area Networks (LANs)?
(A) Web-browsers (B) Internet
(C) Extranet (D) Ethernet
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4. Which one of the following is the term related with individuals trying to obtain confidential information from you by falsifying their identity?
(A) Computer worms (B) Computer viruses
(C) Phising trips (D) Phising scams
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5. The tenure of every Panchayat shall be for five years from the date of–
(A) its first meeting (B) issue of notification for the conduct of elections to the Panchayat
(C) declaration of the election results (D) taking oath of office by the elected members
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6. Human Rights Day is observed all over the world every years on–
(A) 10th December (B) 7th November
(C) 24th October (D) 25th December
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7. The Right to Vote in elections to a Parliament is a–
(A) Fundamental Right (B) Political Right
(C) Legal Right (D) Natural Right
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8. At high altitudes, pressure cooker is preferable for cooking, because the boiling point of water–
(A) reduces, due to higher atmospheric pressure
(B) reduces due to lower atmospheric pressure
(C) increases due to reduced gravitational force
(D) reduces due to increased ozone content in the atmosphere
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9. If the Earth did not have an atmosphere, temperature extremes between day and night would–
(A) increase (B) decrease
(C) stay the same (D) fluctuate rapidly
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10. Voting rights in the IMF are distributed on the basis of–
(A) one country, one vote
(B) proportion to the share of the income of the country in the world income
(C) proportion to contributions given by each country
(D) proportion to quota allotted to countries from time to time
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11. Value-added tax is–
(A) an ad valorem tax on domestic final consumption collected at all stages between production and the point of final sale
(B) an ad valorem tax on final consumption collected at the manufacturing level
(C) tax on final consumption collected at the consumption stage
(D) a special tax levied by states on products from other states
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12. The European organization in India which launched agitation against the Ilbert Bill was–
(A) European Defence Association (B) Indo - British Association
(C) Anti - Ilbert Bill League (D) European Rights Front
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13. The INA trails took place in the–
(A) Old Secretariat Delhi (B) Red Fort Delhi
(C) Ahmednagar Fort (D) Parliament House Delhi
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14. To Integrate cultural leaders into its meetings, which one of the following gives Crystal Award'?
(A) Asia Pacific Economic cooperation (B) International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
(C) World Health Organization (D) World Economic Forum
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15. During the Indian Freedom Struggle, who of the following raised an army called Free Indian Legion?
(A) Lala Haradyal (B) Rashbehari Bose
(C) Subhas Chandra Bose (D) VD Savarkar
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16. After the accession of the Princely states to the Indian union, which one of the following privileges was not granted to their rulers?
(A) Privy purses (B) Possession of palaces for residential purposes
(C) Exemption from appearing before a court (D) Flying the National Flag on their buildings and vehicles
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17. With which one of the following countries, India shares maximum length of the border?
(A) Bangladesh (B) Pakistan
(C) China (D) Nepal
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18. Which of the following pair consists the two types of output devices?
(A) Floppy disc and CD (B) Keyboard and Mouse
(C) Windows 2000 and Windows NT (D) Monitor and Printer
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19. Which one of the following is the most popular Internet activity?
(A) Art (B) Shopping
(C) Searching (D) Communication
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20. What are the four things needed to connect to the Internet?
(A) Telephone line, modem, computer and an ISP (B) Telephone line, PDA, computer and an ISP
(C) Computer, an ISP, modem and communication software (D) Computer, an ISP, modem and PDA
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21. Which of the following is a Member of the SAARC?
(A) Afghanistan (B) Myanmar
(C) Thailand (D) Turkmenistan
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22. When did the United Nations Organization came into existence
(A) October 24, 1945 (B) October 24, 1943
(C) November 26, 1945 (D) November 26, 1943
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23. Who among the following Chief Election Commissioners of India also served as first Chief Election Commissioner in Nepal and Sudan?
(A) Sukumar Sen (B) KVK Sundaram
(C) SP Sen Verma (D) Dr NagendraSingh
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24. Oozes are associated with–
(A) Volcanic deposits (B) Terrigenous deposits
(C) Pelagic deposits (D) Coral reefs
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25. Coral reefs are formed by–
(A) volcanic rocks
(B) marine sediments
(C) chlorine material precipitated from sea water
(D) tiny colonial marine animals which construct limestone skeleton material
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