1) The Dilwara temple at Mount Abu in Rajasthan were built by the followers of 

A) Buddhism
B) Jainism
C) Sikhism
D) Hinduism

2) Ballots were first used in

B) Ancient Greece
C) England
D) Australia

3) The Montagu-Chelmsford Report formed the basis of

A) The Indian Councils Act-1909
B) The Government of India Act-1935
C) The India Independence Act-1947
D) The Government of India Act-1919

4) Bombay was given away as dowry to the English King Charles-II for marrying the Princess of

A) Portugal
B) France
C) Holland
D) Denmark

5) Which of the following parts of India does not have an oil refinary

A) Vishakhapatnam
B) Chennai
C) Cochin
D) Kandla

6) The HYV programme in India is  also called as

A) Traditional Agriculture
B) New Agriculture Strategy
C) White Revolution
D) Blue Revolution

7) In which of the following systems of government is bicameralism an essential feature

A) Federal system
B) Unitary system
C) Parliamentary system
D) Presidential system

8) The Rashtriya Barh Ayog is related to

A) Droughts and floods
B) Disaster Management
C) Poverty Alleviation
D) Floods

9) The Attorney General of India is 

A) Nominated by the president
B) Elected by the Parliament
C) Appointed by president
D) None of these

10) The study of lakes is called

A) Liminology
B) Hydrology
C) Potomology
D) Topology

11) Lumen is the unit of

A) Luminous Intensity
B) Brightness
C) Luminous flux
D) Illuminance

12) A test tube blackened from outside by coating Carbon, when submerged in water appears silvery white due to

A) Reflection  of light
B) interfernce of light
C) Total internal reflection of light
D) refraction of light

13) The organisms at  the  base of the grazing food-chain are

A) Decomposers
B) Producers
C) Herbivores
D) Carnivores

14) Typing metal alloy used in printing press is mixture of

A) Lead and Antimony
B) Platinum and Tin
C) Lead and Tin
D) Lead and Platinum

15) The mass of 10 moles of water is

A) 45 g
B) 90 g
C) 18 g
D) 180 g

16) Which  of the following determines the chemical properties of an element

A) Number of neutrons
B) Number of protons
C) Number of electrons
D) All of these

17) Which one of the following forces is a 'dissipative force'

A) Frictional Force
B) Magnetic Force
C) Gravitational  Force
D) Electrostatic Force

18) Water remaining  in the soil after a plant has permanently wilthed

A) Capillary water
B) Ground water
C) Hygroscopic water
D) Gravitational water

19) The most endangered Asiatic  top predator on the edge of extinction is

A) Asiatic Lion
B) Black Bear
C) Dhole
D) Siberian Tiger

20) The book 'Kurukshetra to Kargil' is written by

A) Suryanath Singh
B) Kunal Bhardwaj
C) Karan Singh
D) Kuldip Singh
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