1) In Mountains because the atmospheric pressure is low, the boiling point of water

A) Decreases A) increases B) may increase or decrease C) remains the same

Answer is : Decreases

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2) A micron is equivalent to

A) 1/100 mm A) 1/100 cm B) 1/1000 cm C) 1/1000 mm

Answer is : 1/1000 mm

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3) The instrument used to measure the radioactivity is

A) Geiger counter A) Radio compass B) Radio micrometer C) Radar

Answer is : Geiger counter

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4) The lens used to rectify long sight is

A) Concave lens A) Convex lens B) Plano concave lens C) Plano convex lens

Answer is : Concave lens

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5) A pyrometer is used to measure

A) Low temperature A) High temperature B) High Pressure C) Low pressure

Answer is : High temperature

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6) Primary colors are

A) Red, Blue and Yellow A) Blue, Green and Yellow B) Green, Red and Yellow C) Red, Blue and Green

Answer is : Red, Blue and Yellow

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7) Bats can fly in the dark without hitting anything because

A) They are flying mammals A) Their night vision is good B) They are guided by ultrasonic waves produced by them C) no scientific reason

Answer is : They are guided by ultrasonic waves produced by them

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8) The instrument used to test the purity of milk is

A) Galvanometer A) Calorimeter B) Lactometer C) Polari meter

Answer is : Lactometer

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9) Which of the following is an insulator

A) Aluminum A) Copper B) Glass C) Silver

Answer is : Glass

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10) At what temperature are the readings of a centigrade and Fahrenheit thermometers are same

A) 40 degree (Negative) A) 40 Degree B) 100 Degree C) 212 Degree

Answer is : 40 degree (Negative)

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11) The splitting of a beam of white light into its different colors is known as

A) Refraction A) Reflection B) Dispersion C) None of these

Answer is : Dispersion

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12) Refractive index is highest for

A) Glass A) Water B) Rock Salt C) Diamond

Answer is : Diamond

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13) Nib of a pen is split keeping in view the phenomenon of

A) Osmosis A) Diffusion B) Capillarity C) Cohesion

Answer is : Capillarity

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14) X-rays cannot penetrate through

A) Wood A) Aluminum B) Lead C) Iron

Answer is : Lead

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15) Penetrating power is greater in the case of

A) alpha ray A) Beta ray B) Gamma Ray C) X Ray

Answer is : Gamma Ray

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16) The sky is blue in color because of

A) The moisture present in the air A) The scattering of light by dust particles or air molecules B) Combination of various lights producing blue color C) All of the above

Answer is : The scattering of light by dust particles or air molecules

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17) Pure silicon is used in

A) Electronic industry A) Textile industry B) Paint industry C) Pharmaceuticals

Answer is : Electronic industry

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18) The normal temperature of human body in the Kelvin scale is

A) 280 A) 290 B) 310 C) 340

Answer is : 310

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19) An artificial satellite can be tracked very precisely from the earth by using

A) Doppler effect A) Radar B) Sonar C) Zeeman effect

Answer is : Zeeman effect

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20) A 100 watt bulb will consume one unit of electrical energy in

A) 1 Hour A) 10 Hours B) One day C) 60 Hours

Answer is : 10 Hours

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21) Atom bomb is based on the principle of

A) Nuclear fusion A) Nuclear fission B) Chemical reaction C) None of these

Answer is : Nuclear fission

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22) A mixture of two or more metals is called

A) Amalgam A) Alkali metal B) Alloy C) None of these

Answer is : Alloy

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23) A substance that removes dirt and grease from surfaces is called

A) Detergent A) Lubricant B) Bleaching agent C) Reducing agent

Answer is : Detergent

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24) Chemically, dry ice is

A) Ice formed from pure distilled water A) Solid Carbon dioxide B) Solid Sulphur dioxide C) Ice kept at sub zero temperature

Answer is : Solid Carbon dioxide

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25) What is measured on Richter scale

A) Wind velocity A) Earthquakes B) Depth C) Heat

Answer is : Earthquakes

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26) The acid used in batteries is

A) Acetic acid A) Hydrochloric acid B) Sulphuric acid C) Nitric acid

Answer is : Sulphuric acid

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27) Common Salt is

A) Sodium Chloride A) Sodium Bicarbonate B) Calcium Chloride C) Magnesium carbonate

Answer is : Sodium Chloride

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28) The gas inside an electric bulb is

A) Nitrogen A) Carbon dioxide B) Oxygen C) Air

Answer is : Nitrogen

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29) Blood is formed in the human adult by the

A) Heart A) Spleen B) Red bone marrow C) Yellow bone marrow

Answer is : Red bone marrow

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30) Ice is slippery, when a man walks on it, for

A) Its surface is smooth A) There is no friction B) Increase of pressure causes ice to melt C) It is very chill

Answer is : Increase of pressure causes ice to melt

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31) Which of the following countries has topped the medal list in Commonwealth in 2014?

A) Australia A) Canada B) England C) Scotland

Answer is : England

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32) Which among the following is not a Kharif crop?

A) Sugarcane A) Mustard B) Pearl millet C) Cotton

Answer is : Mustard

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33) Which country has reported highest number of deaths from Ebola outbreak in recent times?

A) Liberia A) Guinea B) Sierra Leone C) Portland

Answer is : Sierra Leone

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34) According to latest study, which among the following is emerged as a biggest killer in India?

A) Malaria A) Tuberculosis B) HIV/ Aids C) Dengue

Answer is : Tuberculosis

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35) Which of the following cities are the World's first and second populous cities in 2014?

A) Tokyo, Mumbai A) London, Delhi B) Tokyo, Delhi C) Berlin, Tokyo

Answer is : Tokyo, Delhi

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36) The President of India is elected by an electoral college, consisting of elected members of the

A) Parliament A) Parliament and Village Panchayats B) Lok Sabha and State Legislative Assemblies C) Parliament and State Legislative Assemblies

Answer is : Parliament and State Legislative Assemblies

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37) Chenghez khan was a

A) Turk A) Mongol B) Persian C) None of these

Answer is : Mongol

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38) The dance form"Garba" is associated with which state?

A) Gujarat A) Maharashtra B) Odisha C) Himachal Pradesh

Answer is : Gujarat

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39) Arjun award is given for

A) Bravery on Battlefield A) Outstanding performance in sports B) Exceptional service in Emergency C) Exceptional service to Slum dwellers

Answer is : Outstanding performance in sports

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40) Currency of the European Monetary Union is

A) Dollar A) Euro B) Guilder C) Mark

Answer is : Euro

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41) Which city of India stands on the river Hooghly?

A) Lucknow A) Ahmedabad B) Kolkata C) Agra

Answer is : Kolkata

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42) Which one of the following statement is not correct?

A) Mahanadi river is rises in Chhattisgarh A) Godavari river rises in Maharashtra B) Cauvery river rises in Andra Pradesh C) Tapti river rises in Madhya Pradesh

Answer is : Cauvery river rises in Andra Pradesh

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43) Which one of the following did the Civil disobedience movement in India commenced?

A) Dandi March A) No Tax campaign by Sardar Patel B) The unfurling of National Flag by Nehru C) Mahatma Gandhi going on fast

Answer is : Dandi March

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44) The period of Revolution of a geostationary satellite is

A) 365 Days A) 30 Days B) 24 Hours C) Changing continuously

Answer is : 24 Hours

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45) The poverty in less developed countries is largely due to

A) Voluntary idleness A) Income inequality B) Lack of cultural activities C) Lack of intelligence of the people

Answer is : Income inequality

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46) Silent Valley is situated in

A) Assam A) Kerala B) Africa C) Andrapradesh

Answer is : Kerala

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47) Which of the following was a fundamental right, but now it is only a legal right?

A) Right to Freedom A) Right to property B) Right against exploitation C) Right to freedom of religion

Answer is : Right to property

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48) President can dissolve the Lok Sabha on the

A) Advice of Prime Minister A) Advice of Chief Justice of India B) Recommendation of Rajya Sabha C) Recommendation of Lok Sabha

Answer is : Advice of Prime Minister

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49) Which of the following is not a member of SAARC?

A) Bhutan A) Bangladesh B) Burma C) Maldives

Answer is : Burma

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50) Which of the following pairs contributed significantly to integrate the Princely States into Indian Union?

A) Sardar Patel and Jawaharlal Nehru A) Sardar Patel and V P Menon B) Sardar Patel and Mahatma Gandhi C) Sardar Patel and K P Munsi

Answer is : Sardar Patel and V P Menon

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51) Who established Mahabalipuram?

A) Pallavas A) Pandyas B) Cholas C) Chalukyas

Answer is :

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52) Where is the Satpura Ranges located?

A) Jharkhand A) Madhya Pradesh B) Rajasthan C) Assam

Answer is :

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53) The Article 370 of the constitution relates to

A) Sikkim A) Jammu and Kashmir B) Assam C) Nagaland

Answer is :

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54) Who was the Congress President when India attained independence?

A) Mahatma Gandhi A) Rajendra Prasad B) J B Kriplani C) Sardar Patel

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55) The boundary between India and Pakistan is demarcated by

A) Lord Mountbatten A) Sir Cyril Radcliffe B) Sir Strafford Cripps C) Lawrence

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56) The Constitution of India was adapted on

A) 26th January 1950 A) 26th January 1949 B) 26th November 1949 C) 31-Dec-49

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57) The declaration of constitutional emergency in an Indian state has to be approved by the Parliament within a period of

A) Two months A) Four months B) Six months C) Twelve months

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58) Name the important French possession in India

A) Goa A) Pondicherry B) Daman C) Kochin

Answer is :

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59) The Pongong is a disputed territory between India and ___________

A) Pakistan A) China B) Bangladesh C) Bhutan

Answer is :

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60) Who held the office of the Vice-President of India for two consecutive terms?

A) Dr. S Radha Krishnan A) R Venkataraman B) Dr. Shankar Dayal Sharma C) V V Giri

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61) Distributing of money among 43 persons each gets Rs. 221 and Rs. 83 left. Find the total money

A) Rs. 9,480 A) Rs. 9,586 B) Rs. 9,408 C) Rs. 8,648

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62) Sum of Ram, Shayam and Vijay present age is 72 year. Sum of Ram and Shayam age is 42 years. Find the present age of Vijay

A) 30 years A) 24 years B) 18 Years C) 36 years

Answer is :

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63) If Rs. 5075 is divided among 29 persons, then find the money with each individual

A) Rs. 195 A) Rs. 165 B) Rs. 155 C) Rs. 175

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64) If a runner completes 4 equal laps at a speed of 12 km/hr, 16 km/hr, 15 km/hr, 10 km/hr respectively then find his average speed

A) 13.2 Km/hr A) 12.8 Km/hr B) 12 Km/hr. C) 11.6 Km/hr.

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65) Average score is increased by 3 if 77 marks of 17th student are included in a score of 16 students. Then find the new average?

A) 32 A) 27 B) 29 C) 31

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66) The average cost of 40 articles of a class is Rs. 30. When more articles are included the average cost is increased by 0.4. The average cost of 10 new articles is?

A) Rs. 30.4 A) Rs. 34 B) Rs. 32.0 C) Rs. 37.2

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67) Find the distance covered by puneet in 15 hours if average speed of puneet is 1.5 times average speed of pawan who covers 336 km in 7 hours.

A) 1070 km A) 1080 km B) 1075 km C) 1085 km

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68) The average of 8 numbers is 280. The average of 6 of these numbers is 320. What is the average of the remaining two numbers.

A) 240 A) 120 B) 200 C) 160

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69) A shopkeeper has Rs. 10 in form of 2 paise, 5 paisa and 25 paisa coins are in the ratio 25:5:2. find the number of 2 paisa coins with the shopkeeper?

A) 50 A) 175 B) 200 C) 125

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70) In a mixture of 30 liters, the ratio of juice & sugar syrup is 7:3. How much more sugar syrup must be added to make its ratio 1:2?

A) 30 liters A) 29 liters B) 33 liters C) 34 liters

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71) Find the number whose 62% of 5/8 is 2790?

A) 8100 A) 7200 B) 6300 C) 8500

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72) Find the rate at which the money becomes 5 times in 20 years at simple interest

A) 15% A) 20% B) 28% C) 25%

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73) Find the amount received by Suresh on Rupees 7,800 at simple interest for four years at 6.5% per annum

A) Rs. 10,900 A) Rs. 9,828 B) Rs. 10,790 C) Rs. 8,830

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74) Find the market price of a T-shirt if it is sold for Rs. 2.546 after allowing a discount of 5%

A) Rs. 2,680 A) Rs. 2,775 B) Rs. 2,700 C) Rs. 2,600

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75) A discount series of 15% and 20 % is equal to a single discount of

A) 35% A) 32% B) 36% C) 42%

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76) On selling a calculator for Rs. 371, a man gains 6%. For how much should he sell it to gain 8%?

A) Rs. 390 A) Rs. 375 B) Rs. 378 C) Rs. 400

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77) A and B can do a piece of work in twenty days. but A alone can do it in Thirty days. how long will B take to do it alone?

A) 50 days A) 60 days B) 40 days C) 80 days

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78) A tractor ploughs a field in fifteen days. Another tractor ploughs it is twenty days. In how many days could they plough the field together?

A) 7/60 days A) 5/60 days B) 60/5 days C) 60/7 days

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79) How many minutes would it take a policeman to overtake a motorist travelling at the rate of 60 km/hr. If the policeman is at a distance of one - quarter of a kilometer behind the motorist and the policeman is maintaining a speed of 65 km/hr.?

A) 3 min A) 20 min B) 30 min C) 25 min

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80) In addition and subtraction of two integers, sign of the answer depends upon

A) Smaller number A) Their difference B) Their sum C) Greater numerical value

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81) An aero plane fly's along the four sides of a square at the speeds of 200, 400, 600 and 800 km/hr. Find the average speed of the plane around the field.

A) 380 km/hr. A) 382 km/hr. B) 384 km/hr. C) 386 km/hr.

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82) A motor car starts with the speed of 70 km/hr. with its speed increasing every two hours by 10 km/hr. In How many hours it will cover 345 km ?

A) 4 Hour 5 min A) 4 Hour 30 min B) 6 Hour 15 min C) 3 Hour 15 min

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83) The trigonometric value of Sin 30 is

A) 0 A) 0.5 B) 0.732 C) 1

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84) Product of two negative integers is always

A) Always negative A) Always positive B) Either positive or negative C) 0