SSC Multi Tasking Staff (MTS) Non-Technical Solved Question Papers

SSC Multi Tasking Staff MTS exam
of the year 2014 held on dated 16 February, 2014. We are giving 50 questions of General Awareness of this exam with answers. All correct answers are given in bold letters. These questions not only develop of your I.Q. but will useful for upcoming government exams also.

1. Which Five Year Plan duration was of four years only?
(A) Third (B) Fourth (C) Fifth (D) Seventh

2. Minimum payment to factor of production is called–
(A) Quasi Rent (B) Rent (C) Wages (D) Transfer Payment

3. Indian Space Research Organisation is situated in–
(A) Amritsar (B) Dehradun (C) Ahmedabad (D) Chennai

4. "ISRO" (Indian Space Research Organisation) was formed in the year–
(A) 1962 (B) 1969 (C) 1972 (D) 1977

5. Quasi rent is a ………. phenomenon.
(A) medium term (B) long term (C) short term (D) no time

6. Who appoints the judges of the Indian Supreme Court?
(A) President (B) Chief Justice (C) Prime Minister (D) Council of Ministers

7. Fill up: 'Right ………. duties.'
(A) obstructs (B) instructs (C) implies (D) opposes

8. Who coined the term 'Satyagraha'?
(A) Gandhi (B) Sri Aurobindo Ghosh (C) Rabindranath Tagore (D) Ram Mohan Roy

9. When was Indian Forest Service set up?
(A) July 1, 1966 (B) July 1, 1968 (C) July 1, 1967 (D) July 1, 1965

10. Which Amendment Act of the Indian Constitution gave constitutional status to Pan- chayati Raj System?
(A) 71st (B) 72nd (C) 73rd (D) 74th

11. Who among the following was known as the 'Parrot of India?
(A) Hussain Shah (B) Amir Khusrau (C) Barbak Shah (D) Nanak

12. India became independent during the viceroyalty of–
(A) William Bentinck (B) Wellesley (C) Wavell (D) Mountbatten

13. In which year did the Russian Revolution take place?
(A) 1905 A.D. (B) 1911 A.D. (C) 1917 A.D. (D) 1929 A.D.

14. Name the famous King of Kushan dynasty.
(A) Kanishka (B) Pulakeshin (C) Harsha (D) Vikramaditya

15. Presently Daulatabad where Muhammad-bin Tughlaq had transferred the capital from Delhi is situated near–
(A) Mysore (B) Aurangabad (C) Nizamabad (D) Bhopal

16. Which Indian State is not known to produce tea?
(A) Assam (B) Kerala (C) West Bengal (D) Chhattisgarh

17. Which is the highest plateau in India?
(A) Deccan Plateau (B) Chota Nagpur Plateau (C) Ladakh Plateau (D) Baghelkhand Plateau

18. Which of the following is the area of lowest pressure over Indian subcontinent during the hot dry weather season ?
(A) Rannof Kachchh (B) Rajasthan  (C) North-West India (D) Meghalaya

19. When was constructed ?
(A) 1869 A.D. (B) 1980 A.D. (C) 1905 A.D. (D) 1914 A.D.

20. The highest drainage basin associated with the peninsular river in India is–
(A) Mahanadi (B) Godavari (C) Krishna (D) Narmada

21. Five Kingdom classification was given by–
(A) Whittaker (B) Haeckel (C) Linneus (D) Copeland

22. Animals with Chitinous exoskeleton are–
(A) Insects (B) Sponges (C) Sea-Urchin (D) Snails

23. The heart rate in an adult person is–
(A) 50-60 times per minute (B) 70-80 times per hour
(C) 70-80 times per second (D) 70-80 times per minute

24. Citric acid is present in free form in–
(A) Tamarind (B) Milk (C) Apple (D) Lemon

25. Which of the following is a tapeworm ?
(A) Fasciola (B) Schistosoma (C) Taenia (D) Enterobius

26. The purity of Milk is deter- mined by–
(A) Hydrometer (B) Lactometer (C) Stalagmometer (D) Thermometer

27. Which one among the following doesn't have any effect on velocity of sound?
(A) Pressure (B) Temperature (C) Humidity (D) Density

28. The motion of a body around a circular path is an example of–
(A) Uniform velocity, variable acceleration (B) Uniform speed, uniform velocity
(C) Uniform speed, variable velocity (D) Uniform speed, variable acceleration

29. A current carrying conductor is associated with–
(A) a magnetic field (B) an electric field
(C) an electro-magnetic field (D) an electrostatic field

30. One kilobit is equal to ………. bits.
(A) 512 (B) 1000 (C) 1024 (D) 1042

31. To find and load a file that has been saved on a computer, which of the given options is used?
(A) Select the close command (B) Select the new command
(C) Select the save command (D) Select the open command

32. Dot Matrix Printers, when compared to Laser Printers are–
(A) Quieter (B) Faster (C) Less expensive (D) More expensive

33. KMnO4 can be used as–
(A) Insecticide (B) Fertilizer (C) Pesticide (D) Disinfectant

34. A thick paste of cement, sand and water is called–
(A) Concrete (B) R.C.C. (C) Mortar (D) Kiln

35. Which of the following is not a chemical reaction'?
(A) Burning of paper (B) Digestion of food (C) Conversion of water into steam (D) Burning of coal

36. Which of the following is used as anesthetic?
(A) NH3 (B) NO (C) NO2 (D) N2O

37. The heavy rains and cloudbursts during summer of 2013 devastated around 2000 villages. 1500 roads and 150 bridges in the State of–
(A) Meghalaya (B) Andhra Pradesh (C) Odisha (D) Uttarakhand

38. The quality of petrol is expressed in terms of–
(A) Cetane number (B) Gold number (C) Octane number (D) Added unlead compounds

39. The percentage of litrogen in Air is–
(A) 0.94 (B) 0.03 (C) 78.03 (D) 85.02

40. The scavengers f earth are–
(A) Bacteria (B) Viruses (C) Algae (D) Fungi

41. Which of th following States has recorded rudest Voting percent in Vidhan Sab& Election 2013?
(A) Rajasthan (B) Madhya Pradesh (C) Mizoram (D) Chattisgarh

42. Bone osification test is con- ducted to as certain human–
(A) Brain efficiency (B) Tentative age (C) Tentative height (D) Drug addiction

43. Which of the following High Courts had legalized gay sex in India during 2009?
(A) Mizoram (B) Goa (C) Delhi (D) Chandigarh

44. Antacids are found in drugs that give relief to–
(A) Eye sight (B) Stomach ache (C) Acne (D) Headache

45. Rocket works on the principle of–
(A) Newton's Third Law (B) Newton's First Law (C) Newton's Second Law (D) Archimedes Principle

46. The first Mughal emperor of India was–
(A) Shahjahan (B) Humayun (C) Babar (D) Akbar

47. The World Ozone Day is celebrated on–
(A) September 18th (B) March 12th (C) September 16th (D) March 10th

48. A semi-circular structure with a dome shape roof erected over the sacred relics of Buddha is known as–
(A) Stupas (B) Edicts (C) Pillars (D) Monoliths

49. The Ramakrishna Mission was founded by–
(A) Dayanand Saraswati (B) Keshab Chandra (C) Ram Mohari Roy (D) Vivekananda

50. NMCC, formed by UPA Govt. recently. stands for–
(A) National Minerals Competitiveness Council (B) National Manufacturing Competitiveness Council
(C) National Mercantile Control Commission (D) National Manufacturing Competitiveness Commission

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