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Which of the following is/are environmental effects of Rotation of the Earth?

  1. Daily or diurnal rhythm in daylight and air temperature.
  2. Flow path of both air and water are turned consistently in a side-ward direction.
  3. The movement of the tides.

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Which of the following is associated with biological nitrogen fixation?

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The four planets closest to the Sun are called

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Consider the following statements about the ecological pyramids

1. The pyramid of numbers can be completely inverted.
2. The pyramid of energy is always upright.
3. The pyramid of biomass is never upright.

Which of the above statement(s) is/are correct?

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Which one of the figures shown below occupies the blank space (?) in the matrix given above?

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In the above figure, circle P represents hardworking people, circle Q represents
intelligent people, circle R represents truthful people, and circle S represents honest people. Which region represents the people who are intelligent, honest and truthful but not hardworking?

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Three views of a cube following a particular motion are given below:

What is the letter opposite to A?

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The elements of the problem figures given below are changing with a certain rule as we observe them from left to right:

According to this rule, which of the following would be the next figure if the changes were continued with the same rule?

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__________ is a rectangular prayer hall with a stupa placed in the center, for the purpose of prayer.

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Consider the following statements regarding the Mauryan Caves:

  1. The caves during the Mauryan period were marked by a highly polished finish of the interior walls.
  2. They were inscribed by the Buddhist monks, under the patronage of the Vakataka kings

Which of the given statements is/are correct?

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What is true of ecosystem?

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In which of the following countries is the Pampas grasslands situated?

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Economic growth is usually coupled with

14 / 50

Read the following passages and answer the question.

PASSAGE

A majority of the TB infected in India are poor and lack sufficient nutrition, suitable housing and have little understanding of prevention. TB then devastates families, makes the poor poorer, particularly affects women and children, and leads to ostracisation and loss of employment. The truth is that even if TB does not kill them, hunger and poverty will. Another truth is that deep-seated stigma, lack of counselling, expensive treatment and lack of adequate support from providers and family, coupled with torturous side-effects demotivate patients to continue treatment - with disastrous health consequences.

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Six squares are coloured, front and back, red (R), blue (B), yellow (Y), green (G), white (W) and orange (O) and are hinged together as shown in the figure given below. If they are folded to form a cube, what would be the face opposite to the white face?

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A changing climate, and the eventual efforts of governments (however reluctant) to deal with it, could have a big impact on investors' returns. Companies that produce or use large amounts of fossil fuels will face higher taxes and regulatory burdens. Some energy producers may find it impossible to exploit their known reserves, and be left with "stranded assets" - deposits of oil and coal that have to be left in the ground. Other industries could be affected by the economic damage caused by more extreme weather - storms, floods, heat waves and droughts.

On the basis of the above passage, the following assumptions have been made:

  1. Governments and companies need to be adequately prepared to face the climate change.
  2. Extreme weather events will reduce the economic growth of governments and companies'in future.
  3. Ignoring climate change is a huge risk for investors.

Which of the above assumptions is/are valid?

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"Vegetation is the true index of climate". This statement is associated with

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In India, which one of the following states has the largest inland saline wetland?

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In the Hadley cell thermal circulation, air rises up and finally descends at

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Though I have discarded much of past tradition and custom, and am anxious that India should rid herself of all shackles that bind and contain her and divide her people, and suppress vast numbers of them, and prevent the free development of the body and the spirit; though I seek all this, yet I do not wish to cut myself off from that past completely. I am proud of that great inheritance that has been and is, ours and I am conscious that I too, like all of us, am a link in that unbroken chain which goes back to the dawn of history in the immemorial past of India.

The author wants India to rid herself of certain past bonds because

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I am a scientist, privileged to be somebody who tries to understand nature using the tools of science. But it is also clear that there are some really important questions that science cannot really answer, such as : Why is there something instead of nothing? Why are we here? In those domains, I have found that faith provides a better path to answers. I find it oddly anachronistic that in today's culture there seems to be a widespread presumption that scientific and spiritual views are incompatible.

Which of the following is the most logical and rational inference that can be made from the above passage?

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In the region of the eastern shore of Adriatic Sea, a cold and dry wind blowing down from the mountain is known as

23 / 50

Who among the following was connected to the Home Rule Movement in Inida?

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Consider the following statements:
1. The First Session of the Indian National Congress was held in Calcutta.
2. The Second Session of the Indian National Congress was held under the presidentship of Dadabhai Naoroji.
3. Both Indian National Congress and Muslim League held their sessions at Lucknow in 1916 and concluded the Lucknow Pact.
Which of the above statement(s) is/are correct?

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The Constitution of India guarantees Freedom of Thought and Expression to all its citizens subject to.
. implementation of directive principles
. Fundamental Duties
. Right to Equality
Select the correct answer using the codes given.

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Consider the following statements regarding Veto Power of the President as provided under Constitution of India:

  1. The State Legislature cannot override the veto power of the President by passing the bill again with simple majority.
  2. The Union Cabinet is empowered to prescribe a time limit within which the President has to give assent to Ordinary Bills.
Which of the statements given above is/ are incorrect?

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Which of the following statements relating to election as the President of India is/are correct?
1. A person above the age of 35 years is eligible for election as the President of India.
2. The President of India is eligible for re-election for more than one term.
3. A person is not eligible for election as President of India if the person holds an office of profit.
Select the correct answer using the codes given below.

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Consider the following statements with respect to Panchayat Extension to Scheduled Areas act(PESA),1996

1. Part IX of the Indian constitution is not applicable to Fifth schedule Areas. Hence Parliament extended these provisions (PESA Act) to the Fifth schedule areas.

2. There are in total 10 states under the Fifth Schedule.

Select the correct option/s

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Public Interest Litigation (PIL) is the outcome of which of the following options in India?

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The national income of a country for a given period is equal to the

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A market situation when many firms sell similar but not identical products is termed as

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Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer from the codes given below.

List-I                                                             List-II


A. Zero mass                                                1. Positron

B. Fractional charge                                   2. Neutrino

C. Fractional spin                                        3. Quark

D. Integral spin                                            4. Photon

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The Government of India Act of 1919 clearly defined

34 / 50

The Directive Principles of State (DPSPs) in Indian Consitution has been borrowed from:

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Which of the following is not true of article 32 of indian constitution ?

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Which one among the following is not true of the Theosophical Society of Madam HP Blavatsky?

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The industrial license was abolished for most industries except ____________ during the 1991 reforms.

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Which on of the following states has more than two major posrts?

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The function off heavy water in a nuclear reactor is to

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Which of the following Union Territories of India has the shortest length of National Highways?

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Which one among the following has the highest energy?

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Which one of the following types of waves are used in a night vision apparatus?

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After the Santhal rising subsided, what was/were the measure/measures taken by the Colonial Government?

  1. The territories called 'Santhal Paraganas' were created.
  2. It became illegal for Santhal to transfer land to a Non-Santhal.

Select the correct answer using the codes given below

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The Speaker of the Lok Sabha may resign his office by giving in writing to the

45 / 50

UBI, as an alternative for subsidies in poverty alleviation stands for:

46 / 50

With reference to Congress Socialist Party, consider the following statements:
1. It advocated the boycott of British goods and evasion of taxes.
2. It wanted to establish the dictatorship of proletariat.
3. It advocated separate electorate for minorities and oppressed classes.
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

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Which of the following are the basic features of Constitution ( Amendment) Act?

1. Provides for a -tier structure of Panchayats in the village, intermediary and district levels.
2. Reservation of seats for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes and women in all the tiers of Panchayats.
3. Election of Panchayats under the supervision of state election commissions.
4. Introduction of the  schedule of the constitution.

Select the correct answer using the codes given below:

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Which among the following was not the factor for De-industrialisation in India?

49 / 50

The chemical used as a ‘fixer’ in photography is

50 / 50

Consider the following statements:-

On the eve of Launch of Quit India Movement, Mahatma Gandhi-

1. Asked the government servant to resign.

2. Asked the soldiers of leave their posts.

3. Asked the princes of princely states to accept the sovereignty of their own people.

Which of the above statement(s) is/are correct?

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