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Exam Board: Uttar Pradesh Basic Education Board
Exam Date: 02 February 2016
Exam Centre: All over State (UP)
Official website: upbasiceduboard.gov.in
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UP TET Junior Answer Key 02 February 2016:

Part-I: Child Development and Cognition

  1. _____ is one of the methods of the graphic presentation of the frequency distribution.
    (a) Diagram
    (b) Histogram
    (c) Monogram
    (d) Holographic design
  2. While teaching in general class at most which psychological fact should be taken in attention?
    (a) Teaching technique
    (b) Physical capacity
    (c) Individual difference
    (d) Family condition
  3. Propounder of ‘Two-factors theory’ of tranfer of learning was
    (a) Thorndike
    (b) Spearman
    (c) Judd
    (d) Guilford
  4. Failing to retain or to be able to recall what has been learnt is called
    (a) Recall
    (b) Forgetting
    (c) Sensation
    (d) Memory
  5. “The dynamic organization within the individual of those psychophysical systems that determine the unique adjustment to his environment”, is called
    (a) Personality
    (b) Adjustment
    (c) Sensation
    (d) Character
  6. Normal males have XY chromosomes whereas normal females have:
    (a) XX chromosomes
    (b) XYY chromosomes
    (c) XXX chromosomes
    (d) X chromosome
  7. “That point on the scale of scores below which one-half of the scores & above which oen half of the scores lie” is called___
    (a) Mean
    (b) Mode
    (c) Median
    (d) Standard deviation
  8. Who propounded the theory of trial and error in learning?
    (a) Pavlov
    (b) Hegarty
    (c) Thorndike
    (d) Hull
  9. According to ___, “Development of the child is the product of heredity and environment”.
    (a) Woodworth
    (b) Garrett
    (c) Holland
    (d) THorndike
  10. “Psychology first lost its soul, then its mind and it lost its consciousness, it stil has behavious of a kind” was stated by:
    (a) Tichner
    (b) Wundt
    (c) Woodwrth
    (d) McDaugall
  11. Latency period in psychosexual development is related to the age range of:
    (a) 2-5 years
    (b) 6 to puberty
    (c) 18-20 years
    (d) 20-22 years
  12. Psychosocial theory of development was proposed by:
    (a) Erickson
    (b) Freud
    (c) Kohler
    (d) Watson
  13. According to ____, Id, Ego and Super-ego are the three components of personality.
    (a) Bandura
    (b) Jung
    (c) Adler
    (d) Freud
  14. Which behaviourist considers that language is acquired like other behaviours through operant conditioning?
    (a) Watson
    (b) Skinner
    (c) Gutheri
    (d) Thorndike
  15. Which of the following is not the measure of central tendency?
    (a) Range
    (b) Mode
    (c) Median
    (d) Mean
  16. I.Q. of children having average intelligence will be between ____
    (a) 50-59
    (b) 70-89
    (c) 90-109
    (d) 110-129
  17. Which of the following level of measurement is the best?
    (a) Nominal
    (b) Ratio
    (c) Ordinal
    (d) Interval
  18. Which of the following is not a projective test of personality?
    (a) Rorschach Ink Blot Test
    (b) T.A.T
    (c) Word Association Test
    (d) 16 P.F. Test
  19. Hierarchy of need theory was given by ____
    (a) Watson
    (b) Maslow
    (c) Kohler
    (d) Pavlov
  20. Which of the following is called the master gland?
    (a) Thyroid gland
    (b) Adrenal gland
    (c) Endocrine gland
    (d) Pituitary gland
  21. ____ gave the concept of collective unconscious.
    (a) Jung
    (b) Freud
    (c) Adler
    (d) Sullivan
  22. “Grapes are sour” is an example of ____
    (a) Repression
    (b) Regression
    (c) Rationalization
    (d) Reaction formation
  23. Operant conditioning theory of learning was given by____
    (a) Pavlov
    (b) Thorndike
    (c) Tolman
    (d) Skinner
  24. According to Spearman (1904) the ability to reason and solve problems is known as:
    (a) s factor
    (b) g factor
    (c) specific intelligence
    (d) cultural intelligence
  25. Bandura stated that children acquire responses through modeling, which is also known as ___
    (a) Learning through practice
    (b) Learning by insight
    (c) Observational learning
    (d) Learning by reward
  26. Which stage of Piaget’s theory of congnitive development is characterized by abstract logic and mature moral reasoning?
    (a) Sensorimotor stage
    (b) Pre-operational stage
    (c) Formal operational stage
    (d) Concrete operation stage
  27. ____ is the sum total of innate personality characteristics.
    (a) similarity
    (b) Continuity
    (c) Heredity
    (d) Pugnacity
  28. According to Psychologists through which of the following methods instincts can be transformed?
    (a) Correlation
    (b) Redirection
    (c) Merging
    (d) Renewal
  29. Formation of concepts is a _____ process.
    (a) Difficult
    (b) irregular
    (c) periodical
    (d) cumulative
  30. Which one of the following is not the cause of forgetting?
    (a) Mental conflict
    (b) Lack of repetition
    (c) Degree of learning
    (d) Ability of the teacher

Part-III: Language 2 English

  1. Write the name of the writer of the lesson ‘A fellow -Traveller’.
    (a) Ruskin Bond
    (b) C.E.M. Joad
    (c) A.G. Gardiner
    (d) James Allen
  2. Fill in the blanks with the correct preposition.
    She has been living ___ this city ___ ten years.
    (a) for, to
    (b) in, for
    (c) to, for
    (d) on, to
  3. Transform the following sentences by using ‘too’. Choose the correct alternative given below:
    (a) She is too anxious that she wants the safety of her son.
    (b) She is too anxious for the safety of her son
    (c) She is too anxious that her son
    (d) She is too anxious so that her son might be safe
  4. Choose the word opposite in meaning to the given word.
    ‘Atheist’
    (a) Rationalist
    (b) Theologist
    (c) Believer
    (d) Ritualist
  5. Choose the word similar in meaning:
    Industrious
    (a) Successful
    (b) Sensible
    (c) Punctual
    (d) Diligent
  6. Change the word into indirect speech by choosing correct alternative:
    Our teacher said to us, “sugar dissolves in water.”
    (a) Out teacher told us that sugar
    (b) Out teacher told us that sugar has dissolved in water.
    (c) Out teacher said us that sugar has dissolved in water.
    (d) Our teacher told us that sugar dissolves in water.
  7. Choose the appropriate synonym of word OPULENT.
    (a) Greedy
    (b) Hungry
    (c) Heavy
    (d) Wealthy
  8. Select the appropriate alternative which best expresses the meaning of the following phrase:
    To beat the air
    (a) To make frantic effort
    (b) To make effort that are useless or vain
    (c) To act foolishly
    (d) To make every possible effort
  9. Select the appropriate synonym of word TRUNCATE.
    (a) Cancel
    (b) Act cruelly
    (c) Cut off
    (d) End swiftly
  10. Choos the opposite of the word MASTICATE.
    (a) Conceal
    (b) Chew
    (c) Review
    (d) Gobble
  11. Select the antonym of underlined word – This frivolous remarks provoked no comments.
    (a) serious
    (b) frantic
    (c) momentons
    (d) fanciful
  12. Pedagogical knowledge includes
    (a) Knowledge of content
    (b) knowledge of method
    (c) both (1) and (2)
    (d) None of the above
  13. What is the skill among the ones given below that cannot be tested in formal written examination?
    (a) Meaning of words & phrases
    (b) Extensive reading for pleasure
    (c) Analysing text
    (d) Reading for information
  14. Drills are considered important in which method?
    (a) Translation Method
    (b) Grammar Method
    (c) Bilingual Method
    (d) Pattern practice
  15. Which of the following is a lexical word?
    (a) Principal
    (b) If
    (c) SSome
    (d) Whether
  16. English is a ____language in India.
    (a) Second
    (b) Foreign
    (c) first
    (d) global
  17. ‘Shylock’ is a character in which play?
    (a) Othello
    (b) The Monkeys paw
    (c) The Merchant of Venice
    (d) Romeo and Juliet
  18. Complete the following proverb:
    The pen is mightier ____.
    (a) than the King
    (b) than the artist
    (c) than the actor
    (d) than the sword
  19. The line ‘A thing of beauty is a joy forever’ has been written by which of the following?
    (a) William Words worth
    (b) John Keats
    (c) Robert Frost
    (d) P.B. Shelley
  20. Fill in the blank with the correct phrasal verb.
    It isn’t easy to ____ children no-a-days.
    (a) train up
    (b) bring up
    (c) put up
    (d) leave out
  21. Pick out the comparative form of the sentence.
    He is as wise as Soloman
    (a) Soloman is wiser than he is
    (b) Soloman is not wiser than Soloman
    (c) He is wiser than Soloman
    (d) Soloman is the wisest among them
  22. Point out the figure of speech in the following sentence:
    ‘Here’s the smell of the blood still; all the perfumes of Arabia will not sweeten this little hand’
    (a) metaphor
    (b) Hyperbole
    (c) Oxymoron
    (d) Personification
  23. Who wrote ‘Some books are to be tasted, other to be swallowed, and some few to be chewed and digested?
    (a) E.V.. Lucas
    (b) V.S. Naipaul
    (c) Francis Bacon
    (d) E.M. Forster
  24. Choose the incorrect part of the sentence given below:
    One of Mohan’s ambitions (a)/ in life were to visit (b)/ all the historic places (c) / in the country (d)
    (a) a
    (b) b
    (c) c
    (d) d
  25. Choose the correct part of speech of the underlined word.
    It is a unique book.
    (a) Verb
    (b) Noun
    (c) Adjective
    (d) Adverb
  26. Fill in the blank with the correct preposition.
    He killed two birds ___ one stone.
    (a) by
    (b) at
    (c) of
    (d) with
  27. ‘Arms and the Man’ was written by which playwright?
    (a) John Osborne
    (b) William Shakespeare
    (c) George bearnard Shaw
    (d) Eugene O’Neill
  28. Point out the active voice of the following sentence:
    This notice has been altered.
    (a) Alternation has been made in this notice by some.
    (b) Someone has altered this notice.
    (c) Already the notice has been altered.
    (d) The notice had been altered previously.
  29. Fill in the blanks using the correct prepositional phrase.
    Shall we play indoors ___ sweating out in the sun?
    (a) instead of
    (b) other than
    (c) but for
    (d) because of
  30. Fill in the blank with an appropriate choice.
    If you make a promise, you must be sure to ___ it,
    (a) accomplish
    (b) Keep
    (c) follow
    (d) succeed

Part-IV: Science & Mathematics

  1. The temperature at which ferromagnetism vanishes and the substance becomes paramagnetic, is called
    (a) inversion temperature
    (b) Boyle temperature
    (c) Curie temperature
    (d) Kelvin temperature
  2. Each of the five capacitors shown in the given bridge circuit is of 10 µF connected with 100 V D.C. source. The equivalent capacitance between the points A and B is
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    (a) 40 µF
    (b) 30 µF
    (c) 20 µF
    (d) 10 µF
  3. Name the process used for purification of white bauxite ore containing no iron oxide as impurity
    (a) Bayer’s process
    (b) Hall’s process
    (c) Serpek’s process
    (d) Hoopes electrolytic process
  4. Name an acid used for removing ink stains
    (a) Oxalic acid
    (b) Acetic acid
    (c) Formic acid
    (d) Malic acid
  5. A force F = (5+ 3j) Newton displaces a body by (2i – j) metre. The work done is
    (a) zero
    (b) 7 joule
    (c) 12 joule
    (D) 13 joule
  6. Which among the following is amphoteric oxide?
    (a) SnO2
    (b) CaO
    (c) SiO2
    (d) CO2
  7. Ant sting contains acid
    (a) Ascorbic acid
    (b) Tartaric acid
    (c) Lactic acid
    (d) Formic acid
  8. What is the colour of the precipitate which is formed when aqueous solutions of Sodium sulphate and Barium chloride and mixed?
    (a) Yellow
    (b) White
    (c) Green
    (d) Orange
  9. Which one is least reactive?
    (a) Iron
    (b) Copper
    (c) Silver
    (d) Gold
  10. Which is not obtained by the destructive distillation of coal?
    (a) Coal gas
    (b) Petroleum
    (c) Ammonia Liquor
    (d) Coal tar
  11. The main function of phloem in plants is to
    (a) Translocate food material
    (b) Repair the injured parts
    (c) Transport water
    (d) Help in transpiration
  12. Recently discovered most stable allotropes of Carbon is
    (a) C16
    (b) C60
    (c) C20
    (d) C56
  13. Symbiotic association of algae and fungi is
    (a) Funaria
    (b) Lichen
    (c) Marchantia
    (d) Riccia
  14. In ficus the pollination is affected by
    (a) Insects
    (b) Air
    (c) Water
    (d) Birds
  15. Which is vestigial organ in man?
    (a) Pinna muscles
    (b) Pinna
    (c) Ileum
    (d) Teeth
  16. Which organ is not helpful in respiration in mammals?
    (a) Ribas
    (b) Abdominal muscles
    (c) Diaphragm
    (d) Larynx
  17. Thromboplastin required for blood clotting is secreted by
    (a)Erythrocytes
    (b) Platelets
    (c) Monocytes
    (d) Lymphocytes
  18. Entamoeba histolytic cause which of the following disease?
    (a) Malaria
    (b) Dysentery
    (c) Typhoid
    (d) Jaundice
  19. Disease-causing agent is known as
    (a) Secretin
    (b) Prolactin
    (c) Amylase
    (d) Pathogen
  20. In food chain herbivores are
    (a) primary producers
    (b) primary consumers
    (c) secondary consumers
    (d) decomposers
  21. Underground animals to be protected in
    (a) Terrarium
    (b) Vivarium
    (c) Aquarium
    (d) Zoo
  22. The objective of microteaching is
    (a) Teaching by using microphone for the benefits of deaf students
    (b) To analyse and suggest feedback
    (c) Teaching lessons in micro-parts for better understanding
    (d) Micro-manage of students’ behaviour
  23. A successful Science teacher is one who
    (a) neglects the weaknesses of students
    (b) develop inherent capabilities of students
    (c) behaves over-friendly in the class
    (d) punishes students to correct their mistakes
  24. While Science teaching many aspects of living things can be seen. One aspect is done at molecular level. It will be the base of the description of life-
    (a) Newton’s Law
    (b) physical description of the speed of plant
    (c) interaction of material energy
    (d) relation of the speed of planet
  25. The speed of sound in air at N.T.P is 332 m/s. If air pressure becomes four times, then the speed of sound will be
    (a) 166 m/s
    (b) 332 m/s
    (c) 664 m/s
    (d) 1328 m/s
  26. Two magnetic lines of force
    (a) intersect at the neutral point
    (b) intersect near North or South Pole
    (c) cannot intersect at all
    (d) intersect according to the positionof magnet
  27. For which colour of light the focal lenght of a lens will be maximum?
    (a) Violet
    (b) Blue
    (c) Red
    (d) Yellow
  28. 100 Newton force is applied perpendicularly on the surface of 10 cm², the pressure on that surface will be
    (a) 1 x10^5 Newton/m²
    (b) 10 x 10^5 Newton/m²
    (c) 1 x 10 ^-5 Newton/m²
    (d) 10 ^6 Newton/m
  29. If the Kinetic energy of a body is increased by 0.1%, then increase in its momentum will be
    (a) 0.05%
    (b) 0.1%
    (c) 1.0%
    (d) 10%
  30. How will you find creative students in a class?
    (a) By giving mathematical question.
    (b) By asking them to read a paragraph from book.
    (c) By asking them to tell new usage of an object.
    (d) By asking them to memorise a big chemical formula.
  31. If r√(9^(r+1/4)√3.3^-r/3.√3^-r)= m, then the value of m is
    (a 3
    (b) 3^2
    (c) 3^3
    (d) r√3
  32. The value of (1 -1/2) (1 – 1/3) (1 -1/4) ….. (1- (1/n-1) (1-1/n) will be
    (a) n / n+1
    (b) 1/5n
    (c) 1/3n
    (d) 1/n
  33. If sum of three consecutive multiple of 7 is 777, then least multiple will be
    (a) 252
    (b) 259
    (c) 272
    (d) 266
  34. If the perimeter of right-angled isosceles triangle is (4√2+4) cm, then the length of the hypotenuse is
    (a) 4 cm
    (b) 6 cm
    (c) 8 cm
    (d) 10 cm
  35. Edges of a cuboid are a, b, c its volume is v cubic units and its total surface is S sq. units. Then 1/V=?
    (a) 1/2 S(a+b+c)
    (b) 2/S (1/a+1/b+1/c)
    (c) 2S/ (a+b+c)
    (d) 2S (a+b+c)
  36. The different between simple interest and compound interest on certain sum of money for 2 years at 5% per annum is s.51, then sum will be
    (a) Rs. 21,000
    (b) Rs.20,550
    (c) Rs.21,500
    (d) Rs.20, 400
  37. Given Pie-graph shows the cost of construction of a house. If total cost of construction is Rs.15,00,000, the amount spent on labour is
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    (a) Rs.90,000
    (b) Rs. 2,50,000
    (c) Rs.3,60,000
    (d) Rs.3,75,000
  38. If half of a number is equal to 0.07 times of another number, then their ratio will be
    (a) 50:7
    (b) 5:7
    (c) 7:50
    (d) 1:14
  39. If (29)^75 is divided by 28, then remainder will be
    (a) 0
    (b) 1
    (c) 29
    (d) 7
  40. A bad contains 4 black balls, 6 blue balls, 3 white balls and 5 red balls. One ball is drawn from the bag. probability that the ball drawn is black or white
    (a) 5/18
    (b) 7/18
    (c) 4/15
    (d) 4/5
  41. If a+b+v=0, then a^4+b^4+c^4/(a²b²+b²c²+c²a²) is equal to
    (a) 4
    (b) 2
    (c) 1
    (d) 16
  42. The greatest among numbers ³√9, ^4√11 and ^6√17 is
    (a) ³√9
    (b) ^4√11
    (c) ^6√17
    (d) Cannot be determined
  43. To introduce the concept of fraction teacher can start with-
    (a) to write the fraction in the form of a/b where b≠0
    (b) to introduce the fraction part of the things existing in the surrounding
    (c) to recognize the numeratior and denominatior in different types of fractions.
    (d) to find out fraction on number line,
  44. ‘From General to Particular principle applied in
    (a) Deductive method
    (b) Inductive method
    (c) Synthesis method
    (d) Analytical method
  45. Which objective of learning is fulfilled to understand the concept and principles of mathematics?
    (a) Skill
    (b) Previous knowledge
    (c) Observation
    (d) Perception
  46. If O is the centre of a circle in given figure, then relation between x and y is
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    (a) x-2y=0
    (b) y-2x=0
    (c) x+2y=180°
    (d) x+2y=360°
  47. H.C.F of 2/5, 8/35, 4/15 and 6/25 is
    (a) 1/525
    (b) 2/525
    (c) 1/552
    (d) 2/255
  48. If two complementary angles are in the ratio 2:3, then angles will be
    (a) 25°, 65°
    (b) 108°, 72°
    (c) 36°, 54°
    (d) 40°, 60°
  49. ABCD is a rhombus. If ∠ACB=30°, then ∠ADB is
    (a) 30°
    (b) 120°
    (c) 60°
    (d) 45°
  50. Difference of two natural numbers is always
    (a) an integer
    (b) a natural number
    (c) a whole number
    (d) a positive number
  51. One factor of 2x²-9x-26 is
    (a) x+1
    (b) x+2
    (c) x+3
    (d) x+4
  52. 2 tables and 3 chairs together cost Rs. 2,000 whereas 3 tables and 2 charis together cost Rs.2,500. Then the total cost of 1 table and 5 chairs are
    (a) Rs. Rs.1,800
    (b) Rs.1,700
    (c) Rs.1,900
    (d) Rs.2,000
  53. If a:b=4:5, b:c=6:9, c:d=15:19, then a:b:c:d is
    (a) 8:10:15:19
    (b) 10:11:15:19
    (c) 8:9:15:19
    (d) 19:15:6:8
  54. If 2^a+3^b=17 and 2^a+2-3^b+1=5, then the value of a and b is
    (a) 6,5
    (b) 3,2
    (c) 8,5
    (c) 7,8
  55. How many bricks will be required to construct a wall 3 m long, 1.5 m high and 0.4 m thick, if each brick emasure 30 cm x 15 cm x 8 cm?
    (a) 502
    (b) 550
    (c) 500
    (d) 501
  56. (519×519-81×81)/(519×519+2x519x81+81+81)
    (a) 73/200
    (b) 73/100
    (c) 100/78
    (d) 200/73
  57. If s- 1/x=1/2 then the value of 4x²+4/x² is
    (a) 7
    (b) 9
    (c) -7
    (d) -8
  58. Factors of [1-(1/(a-b)²] will be
    (a) (1+a-b)(1-a+b)
    (b) (1+a-b)(1+a+b)
    (c) (1+a-b)(1-a-b)
    (d) (1+a+b)(1+a+b)
  59. H.C.F. of two numbers is 9 and their L.C.M is 270. If the sum of hte numbers is 99, their difference is equal to
    (a) 18
    (b) 15
    (c) 12
    (d) 9
  60. Mode of the given data:
    25, 23, 22, 21, 24, 23, 25, 23, 22, 21, 23, 24, 23,22, 23 is
    (a) 23
    (b) 22
    (c) 21
    (d) 24
  61. Kalibanga is in which State?
    (a) Gujaraj
    (b) Punjab
    (c) Rajasthan
    (d) Haryana
  62. Who established the Ram Krishna Mission?
    (a) Dayanand Saraswati
    (b) Swami Vivekanand
    (c) Raja Ram Mohan Roy
    (d) Dadabhai Naoroji
  63. Who presided the group which pursuit in the case against the soldiers of Azad Hind Fauj
    (a) Bhulabhai Desai
    (b) Jawaharlal Nehru
    (c) Muhammad Ali Jinnah
    (d) C.R. Das
  64. Curved shape bricks are found from which place of Sindhu civlization?
    (a) Kalibanga
    (b) Lothal
    (c) Chanhudaro
    (d) Harappa
  65. Which State in India implemented panchayati Raj in 1959 for the first time?
    (a) Rajasthan and Andhra Pradesh
    (b) Andhra Pradesh and Gujarat
    (c) Rajasthan and Bihar
    (d) Tamil Nadu and Kerala
  66. Who decides whether a bill is a Money Bill or not?
    (a) Speaker of the Lok Sabha
    (b) The President
    (c) The Prime Minister
    (d) The Parliamentary Select Committe
  67. ‘Irrespective of social and economic level, all Indian should have the right to vote.’ Who said this?
    (a) Mahatma Gandhi
    (b) Dr. Rajendra Prasad
    (c) B.R. Ambedkar
    (d) Jawaharlal Nehru
  68. Constitutional Government stands for
    (a) Government according to the conditions of COnstitution
    (b) Government according to law
    (c) Democratic Government
    (d) All of the above
  69. How many members are nominated by the President in Rajya Sabha?
    (a) 2
    (b) 10
    (c) 12
    (d) 15
  70. Who among the following the Vikramsila Mahavihara, a great centre of educaiton?
    (a) Dharmapala
    (b) Gopala
    (c) Harsha
    (d) Baladitya
  71. Classroom teaching should be
    (a) Intense
    (b) One sided
    (c) Interactive
    (d) Easy
  72. Which is most important aid in the teaching of Social Studies?
    (a) Lecture
    (b) Audio-visual
    (c) Work-selection
    (d) Debate
  73. The term curriculum in fiedl of educaiton refers to
    (a) Methods of teaching
    (b) Evaluation process
    (c) Overall programme of school
    (d) Text-material to be used in the class
  74. TLM is not used in Social Studies
    (a) Magnetic compass
    (b) Globe
    (c) Map
    (d) Napier Strips
  75. In which of the following climate regions are the Eskimos found?
    (a) Tundra region
    (b) Equatiorial region
    (c) Mediterranean region
    (d) West European region
  76. Who among the following first gave the scheme of ‘Natural region’ of the world?
    (a) Humboldt
    (b) Hettner
    (c) Hartshorne
    (d) Herbertson
  77. ‘World Environmental Day’ is celebrated on
    (a) 31 May
    (b) 21 March
    (c) 5 June
    (d) 11 July
  78. River carrying maximum sediment in the World is
    (a) Amazon
    (b) Nile
    (c) Brahmaputra
    (d) Ganga
  79. Which of the following is an example of Extinct Volcano?
    (a) Kilimanjaro
    (b) Vesuvius
    (c) Krakatoa
    (d) Stamboli
  80. Evaluation is realted to
    (a) the skill development of the students
    (b) the achievement of the students
    (c) the interest of the students
    (d) the qualities of the students
  81. Which of the following rivers of India flows through a Rift valley?
    (a) Ganga
    (b) Narmada
    (c) Kaveri
    (d) Krishna
  82. ‘Operation Flood’ is related to
    (a) Flood Control
    (b) Milk Production
    (c) Irrigation Development
    (d) Soil Conservation
  83. The CORE of the Interior of the Earth is made up of which of the following elements?
    (a) Silica and Aluminium
    (b) Silica and Magnesium
    (c) Iron and Nickel
    (d) Silical and Iron
  84. Which of the following is the lowermost layer of the atmosphere?
    (a) Ionosphere
    (b) Tropospher
    (c) Ozonosphere
    (d)Stratospher
  85. Lord Macaulay is associated with
    (a) Reforms of Army
    (b) Abolition of Sati System
    (c) English Educaiton
    (d) Permanent Settlement
  86. The first woman President of the Indian National Congress was
    (a) Sucheta Kriplani
    (b) Rajkumari Amrit Kaur
    (c) Nelli Sengupta
    (d) Annie Besant
  87. Which period is called as ‘Golden Age’ in Indian History?
    (a) Maurya period
    (b) Vedic period
    (c) Gupta period
    (d) Vardhan period
  88. Moti Masjid in the Red Fort at Delhi was built by
    (a) Akbar
    (b) Jahangir
    (c) Shahjehan
    (d) Aurangzeb
  89. Which city was founded by Sikandar Lodi?
    (a) Allahabad
    (b) Secunderabad
    (c) Kanpur
    (d) Agra
  90. The distance between the Earth and the Moon is approximately
    (a) 484000 kms
    (b) 384400 kms
    (c) 340400 kms
    (d) 364400 kms
  91. Whom’s subtitle is wrong?
    (a) Wazid Ali Shah- Akhtar Piya
    (b) Samta Prasad Mishra -Gudai
    (c) Mahboob Khan -Daras Piya
    (d) Inayat Hussain – Pran Piya
  92. Which of the following has more calorie in food?
    (a) Fat
    (b) Carbohydrate
    (c) Protein
    (d) Minerals
  93. Which of the following work is facilitated by muscle?
    (a) To make body smooth and attractive
    (b) In the movement of body
    (c) Flowing of blood
    (d) All of the above
  94. When should people exercise?
    (a) After meal
    (b) In the night
    (c) Empty stomach in the morning
    (d) Whenever get chance
  95. Where the brain is situated in human?
    (a) Abdomen
    (b) Pectoral girdle
    (c) In Skull
    (d) In mouth cavity
  96. When was first Football World Cup held?
    (a) 1872
    (b) 1873
    (c) 1876
    (d) 1871
  97. For which game Sayed Modi was awarded ‘Indian National Award’?
    (a) Badminton
    (b) Volleyball
    (c) Football
    (d) Basket ball
  98. How many circles are there in Olympic Flag?
    (a) Three
    (b) Two
    (c) Four
    (d) Five
  99. How many players are there in Kabbadi?
    (a Eight
    (b) Seven
    (c) Nine
    (d) Twelve
  100. In which category Raga Peeloo exist?
    (a) Shuddha
    (b) Sankeerna
    (c) Both (1) & (2)
    (d) None of the above
  101. Which of the following subjects is not enumerated in the State list?
    (a) Agriculture
    (b) Law & Order
    (c) Citizenship
    (d) Land & Revenue
  102. Presidnet can remoe Governor on the basic of
    (a) Misbehaviour/Misconduct
    (b) Incapacity
    (c) Violation of Constitution
    (d) Reasons for the removal of Governor have not been mentioned in teh Constitution
  103. What is the maximum membership of a State Legislative Assemble?
    (a) 400
    (b) 500
    (c) 450
    (d) 550
  104. Which of the following rights have been named as ‘the heart and soul’ of Indian Constitution by Dr. B.R. Ambedkar?
    (a) Right to Equality
    (b) Right to Freedom
    (c) Right to Constitutional Remedies
    (d) Right to Religious Freedom
  105. Sonalika is a variety of which crop?
    (a) Maize
    (b) Barley
    (c) Wheat
    (d) Paddy
  106. Seed rate of Bajra is
    (a) 8 kg/ha
    (b) 4 kg/ha
    (c) 12 kg/ha
    (d) 16 kg/ha
  107. Which method of irrigation saves maximum water?
    (a) Drip irrigation method
    (b) Furrow method
    (c) Ring method
    (d) Flood method
  108. The first critical stage of wheat is
    (a) Heading stage
    (b) Milking stage
    (c) Tillering stage
    (d) none of these
  109. The branch of Soil Science which study the soil Science which study the soil in context of plant growth is called as
    (a) Ecology
    (b) Geology
    (c) Pedology
    (d) Edaphology
  110. Freedom of speech and expression is not unlimited. It can be restricted on the basis of
    (a) threat to national unity and integrity
    (b) disobeying of Parliament and Judiciary or their contempt
    (c) public order, decency and morality
    (d) All the above
  111. Fertigation is related to
    (a) Pollination
    (b) Fertilization
    (c) Hybridization
    (d) Water & Fertilizer application
  112. Unsuitable fruit for Jem making is
    (a) Bael
    (b) Aonla
    (c) Orange
    (d) Apple
  113. How much percentage of total soluble solid is found in jelly?
    (a) 65
    (b) 75
    (c) 45
    (d) 55
  114. Elements of Painting are
    (a) Colour and Tone
    (b) Texture and Space
    (c) Line and Form
    (d) All above
  115. Which are opposite colour?
    (a) Red-Green
    (b) Green-Blue
    (c) Yellow-Red
    (d) Blue-Violet
  116. Who was the grandfather of the Modern Indian Art?
    (a) M.F. Hussain
    (b) Avanindra Nath
    (c) Amrita Shergil
    (d) Nandlal Bose
  117. Select the correct sequence in chronological order:
    (a) Pahari School, Mughal School, Bengal School, Company School
    (b) Company School, Mughal Schoool, Pahari School, Bengal School
    (c) Bengal School, Mughal School, Company School, Pahari School
    (d) Mughal School, Pahari School, Company School, Bengal School
  118. Which of the following Books was written by Sharang Dev?
    (a) Sangeet Ratnakar
    (b) Rag Manjari
    (c) Geet Govind
    (d) Sanget makarand
  119. ‘Amad’ word is associated with
    (a) Tabla
    (b) Gayan
    (c) Sitar
    (d) Nritya
  120. Bunchy-top is a disease of
    (a) Mango
    (b) Litchi
    (c) Banana
    (d) Apple

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