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Social Science

Time : 02:00:00 Hrs
Total Marks : 89
    89 x 1 = 89
  1. What is the Battle of Marne remembered for?

    (a)

    air warfare

    (b)

    trench warfare

    (c)

    submarine warfare

    (d)

    ship warfare

  2. Which country after the World War I took to a policy of isolation?

    (a)

    Britain

    (b)

    France

    (c)

    Germany

    (d)

    USA

  3. At the battle of___________ in 1914, the French succeeded in pushing back the Germans.

    (a)

    Tannenberg

    (b)

    Marne

    (c)

    Danzig

    (d)

    Balkan

  4. In 1931 Japan attacked ______________

    (a)

    China

    (b)

    Manchuria

    (c)

    France

    (d)

    Russia

  5. Which part of the world disliked dollar imperialism?

    (a)

    Europe

    (b)

    Latin America

    (c)

    India

    (d)

    China

  6. Which quickened the process of liberation in South America?

    (a)

    Support of US

    (b)

    Napoleonic Invasion

    (c)

    Simon Bolivar’s involvement

    (d)

    French Revolution

  7. After the I World war, the situation was made worse by the political complication caused by the ________

    (a)

    Treaty of Brest-Litovsk

    (b)

    Treaty of Bucharest

    (c)

    Treaty of Versailles

    (d)

    Treaty of London

  8. The monarch of Brazil fell in________

    (a)

    1885

    (b)

    1888

    (c)

    1889

    (d)

    1890

  9. Where was the Japanese Navy defeated by the US Navy?

    (a)

    Battle of Guadalcanal

    (b)

    Battle of Midway

    (c)

    Battle of Leningrad

    (d)

    Battle of El Alamein

  10. When was the Charter of the UN signed?

    (a)

    June 26, 1942

    (b)

    June 26, 1945

    (c)

    January 1, 1942

    (d)

    January 1, 1945

  11. In 1938, Prime Minister Chamberlain concluded the ______________ with Germany.

    (a)

    Munich Pact

    (b)

    Tripartite Pact

    (c)

    German- Soviet Pact

    (d)

    Molotov - Ribbentrop Pact

  12. The Chinese army, under __________ retreated to the west to the hilly country from where they continued to fight the Japanese.

    (a)

    Su Yu

    (b)

    Chiang Kai-shek

    (c)

    Chen Yi

    (d)

    Lin Biao

  13. When was People’s Political Consultative Conference held in China?

    (a)

    September 1959

    (b)

    September 1948

    (c)

    September 1954

    (d)

    September 1949

  14. Where was Arab League formed?

    (a)

    Cairo

    (b)

    Jordan

    (c)

    Lebanon

    (d)

    Syria

  15. In the summer of 1948, _____________  controal had been established over most parts of China.

    (a)

    Socialist

    (b)

    Communist

    (c)

    Democratic

    (d)

    Nazist

  16. The year 1988 saw the first mass protests first in _______________

    (a)

    Moldova

    (b)

    Tajikistan

    (c)

    Armenia

    (d)

    Ukraine

  17. What was the name of the Samaj founded by Dayanand Saraswati?

    (a)

    Arya Samaj

    (b)

    Brahmo Samaj

    (c)

    Prarthana Samaj

    (d)

    Adi Brahmo Samaj

  18. Whose voice was Rast Goftar?

    (a)

    Parsi Movement

    (b)

    Aligarh Movement

    (c)

    Ramakrishna Mission

    (d)

    Dravida Mahajana Sabha

  19. The reform movement similar to Brahmo Samaj founded in Bombay in 1876 was _____________

    (a)

    Arya Samaj

    (b)

    Prarthana Samaj

    (c)

    Deoband movement

    (d)

    Aligarh movement

  20. The ___________ Samaj started a number of Dayananda Anglo-Vedic schools and colleges.

    (a)

    Brahmo

    (b)

    Prarthana

    (c)

    Arya

    (d)

    Adi Brahmo

  21. A landmass bounded by sea on three sides is referred to as _________.

    (a)

    Coast

    (b)

    Island

    (c)

    Peninsula

    (d)

    Strait

  22. The Palk Strait and Gulf of Mannar separates India from _______

    (a)

    Goa

    (b)

    West Bengal

    (c)

    Sri Lanka

    (d)

    Maldives

  23. The total length of the coastline in India including the islands is ____________ km.

    (a)

    7516.6 km

    (b)

    7625.6 km

    (c)

    7526.6 km

    (d)

    7626.6 km

  24. Earth rotates from ___________ to ___________

    (a)

    South to north

    (b)

    East to west

    (c)

    West to east

    (d)

    North to south

  25. The ___________ channel separates Lakshadweep islands from the Maldives islands.

    (a)

    ten degree

    (b)

    nine degree

    (c)

    eight degree

    (d)

    seven degree

  26. Kayals ad Teris are found in ______________ coast.

    (a)

    Konkan

    (b)

    Malabar

    (c)

    Coromandel

    (d)

    Northern Circars

  27. Dihang is a gorge in __________

    (a)

    Assam

    (b)

    Meghalaya

    (c)

    Nagaland

    (d)

    Arunachal Pradesh

  28. _________ is a line joining the places of equal rainfall.

    (a)

    Isohyets

    (b)

    Isobar

    (c)

    Isotherm

    (d)

    Latitudes

  29. Climate of India is labelled as _________.

    (a)

    Tropical humid

    (b)

    Equatorial Climate

    (c)

    Tropical Monsoon Climate

    (d)

    Temperate Climate

  30. Wildlife Research Institute of India located at _____________.

    (a)

    Ludhiana

    (b)

    Dehradun

    (c)

    Bhopal

    (d)

    Jodhpur

  31. There are ____________ National parks and ___________ wildlife sanctuaries created across India

    (a)

    102,515

    (b)

    104,520

    (c)

    103,520

    (d)

    104,520

  32. Which crop is called as “Golden Fibre” in India?

    (a)

    Cotton

    (b)

    Wheat

    (c)

    Jute

    (d)

    Tobacco

  33. The state which leads in the production of coffee is

    (a)

    West Bengal

    (b)

    Karnataka

    (c)

    Odisha

    (d)

    Punjab

  34. The states benefitted from Bhakra Nangal project are

    (a)

    Punjab, Haryana and Gujarat

    (b)

    Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan

    (c)

    Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh

    (d)

    Punjab, Haryana, Uttaranchal

  35. The capacity of hydro power generation of Bhakra Nangal project is ______________ Megawatts.

    (a)

    1500

    (b)

    1200

    (c)

    1000

    (d)

    1700

  36. The city which is called as the Manchester of South India is

    (a)

    Chennai

    (b)

    Salem

    (c)

    Madurai

    (d)

    Coimbatore

  37. The famous Sindri Fertilizer Plant is located in

    (a)

    Jharkhand

    (b)

    Bihar

    (c)

    Rajasthan

    (d)

    Assam

  38. ________is the largest producer of copper with 62% of India's production.

    (a)

    Rajasthan

    (b)

    Jharkhand

    (c)

    Odisha

    (d)

    Karnataka

  39. The first hydro electric power station in India was established at_______in 1897.

    (a)

    Darjeeling

    (b)

    Shillong

    (c)

    Mettur

    (d)

    Periyar

  40. Human Development is measured in terms of _________.

    (a)

    Human Resource Index

    (b)

    Per capita index

    (c)

    Human Development Index

    (d)

    UNDP

  41. ______________ transport provides door to door services.

    (a)

    Railways

    (b)

    Roadways

    (c)

    Airways

    (d)

    Waterways

  42. East-west and north south corridors intersect at_________

    (a)

    Jhansi

    (b)

    Indore

    (c)

    Bhopal

    (d)

    Nagpur

  43. For operations and management Indian Railways is organized into __________ zones.

    (a)

    16

    (b)

    14

    (c)

    12

    (d)

    10

  44. How can the Fundamental Rights be suspended?

    (a)

    If the Supreme Court so desires

    (b)

    If the Prime Minister orders to this effect

    (c)

    If the President orders it during the national emergency

    (d)

    All of the above

  45. We borrowed the Fundamental Duties from the

    (a)

    American Constitution

    (b)

    Canadian Constitution

    (c)

    Russian Constitution

    (d)

    Irish Constitution

  46. _______was the chairman of the drafting committee of the constitution.

    (a)

    Dr. B.R.Ambedkar

    (b)

    V.T. Krishnamachari

    (c)

    Dr. Rajendra Prasad

    (d)

    H.C. Mukherjee

  47. Elementary Education was made a fundamental right under_______

    (a)

    Article 21A

    (b)

    Article 352

    (c)

    Article 32

    (d)

    Article 36

  48. The first language committee was appointed in_________

    (a)

    1947

    (b)

    1950

    (c)

    1955

    (d)

    1952

  49. At present,_______ languages are recognised by the language committee

    (a)

    16

    (b)

    19

    (c)

    20

    (d)

    22

  50. The Constitutional Head of the Union is

    (a)

    The President

    (b)

    The Chief Justice

    (c)

    The Prime Minister

    (d)

    Council of Ministers

  51. Under which Article the President is vested with the power to proclaim Financial Emergency

    (a)

    Article 352

    (b)

    Article 360

    (c)

    Article 356

    (d)

    Article 365

  52. _________is designated as the first citizen of India.

    (a)

    Prime Minister

    (b)

    President

    (c)

    Vice-President

    (d)

    Supreme Court Justice

  53. The Lok Sabha as of today has_________elected members.

    (a)

    548

    (b)

    543

    (c)

    552

    (d)

    558

  54. The Speaker of a State is a

    (a)

    Head of State

    (b)

    Head of government

    (c)

    President’s agent

    (d)

    None of these

  55. The minimum age for the membership of the Legislative Council is

    (a)

    25 years

    (b)

    21 years

    (c)

    30 years

    (d)

    35 years

  56. Generally, the _______does not belong to the state where he is appointed.

    (a)

    Cheif Minister

    (b)

    Governor

    (c)

    Election Commision

    (d)

    Chief Justice

  57. At present there are________High Courts for 29 States

    (a)

    25

    (b)

    22

    (c)

    26

    (d)

    29

  58. Primary sector consist of

    (a)

    Agriculture

    (b)

    Automobiles

    (c)

    Trade

    (d)

    Banking

  59. India’s life expectancy at birth is ______ years.

    (a)

    65

    (b)

    60

    (c)

    70

    (d)

    55

  60. DPI=__________

    (a)

    GNP - Depreciation

    (b)

    GDP - Depreciation

    (c)

    PI - Direct taxes

    (d)

    National Income / Population

  61. lIP Stands for

    (a)

    Indian Index Production

    (b)

    Index of Industrial Production

    (c)

    Index of Industrial Production

    (d)

    Indian Institute Process

  62. Colonial advent in India

    (a)

    Portuguese, Dutch, English, Danish, French

    (b)

    Dutch, English, Danish , French

    (c)

    Portuguese , Danish, Dutch, French, English

    (d)

    Danish, Portuguese, French, English, Dutch

  63. Indian government was introduced ___________ in 1991

    (a)

    Globalization

    (b)

    World Trade Organisation

    (c)

    New Economic Policy

    (d)

    none

  64. Indian Government was introduced New Economic Policy in________

    (a)

    1956

    (b)

    1948

    (c)

    1991

    (d)

    1986

  65. Foreign Exchange Management Act was adopted by the parliament on_________

    (a)

    1980

    (b)

    1991

    (c)

    1999

    (d)

    1998

  66. Where was Sivasubramanianar executed?

    (a)

    Kayathar

    (b)

    Nagalapuram

    (c)

    Virupachi

    (d)

    Panchalamkurichi

  67. Who were driven out of their homeland during the process of creation of Zamins under Permanent Settlement?

    (a)

    Santhals

    (b)

    Titu Mir

    (c)

    Munda

    (d)

    Kol

  68. Which one of the following was launched by Haji Shariatullah in 1818 in East Bengal?

    (a)

    Wahhabi Rebellion

    (b)

    Farazi Movement

    (c)

    Tribal uprising

    (d)

    Kol Revolt

  69. Who drew the attention of the British to the suffering of Indigo cultivation through his play Nil darpan?

    (a)

    Dina Bandhu Mitra

    (b)

    Romesh Chandra Dutt

    (c)

    Dadabhai Naoroji

    (d)

    Birsa Munda

  70. Who was arrested during the anti-Rowlatt protests in Amritsar?

    (a)

    Motilal Nehru

    (b)

    Saifuddin Kitchlew

    (c)

    Mohamed Ali

    (d)

    Raj Kumar Shukla

  71. Who defeated Pattabhi Sitaramaya, Gandhi’s candidate, and became the President of the Congress in1939?

    (a)

    Rajendra Prasad

    (b)

    Jawaharlal Nehru

    (c)

    Subhas Chandra Bose

    (d)

    Maulana Abul Kalam Azad

  72. Who among the following were Swarajists?

    (a)

    S. Satyamurti

    (b)

    Kasturirangar

    (c)

    P. Subbarayan

    (d)

    Periyar EVR

  73. Who set up the satyagraha camp in Udyavanam near Madras?

    (a)

    Kamaraj

    (b)

    Rajaji

    (c)

    K. Santhanam

    (d)

    T. Prakasam

  74. __________ was the pioneer of social Reformers in India

    (a)

    C.W. Damotharanar

    (b)

    Periyar

    (c)

    Raja Rammohan Roy

    (d)

    Maraimalai Adigal

  75. __________ was the first elected Legislative Council Member from the depressed class in Madras Province.

    (a)

    M. C. Rajah

    (b)

    Rettaimalai Srinivasan

    (c)

    T.M. Nair

    (d)

    P. Varadarajulu

  76. The longitudinal extent of Tamil Nadu is

    (a)

    76°18′ E to 80°20′E

    (b)

    76°18′ W to 80°20′W

    (c)

    86°18′ E to 10°20′E

    (d)

    86°18′ W to 10°20′W

  77. The district which has the largest forest cover in Tamil Nadu is

    (a)

    Dharmapuri

    (b)

    Vellore

    (c)

    Dindigul

    (d)

    Erode

  78. The delta which is known as Granary of South India is

    (a)

    Cauvery delta

    (b)

    Mahanadi delta

    (c)

    Godavari delta

    (d)

    Krishna delta

  79. Number of major and minor ports in Tamil Nadu are

    (a)

    3and15

    (b)

    4 and15

    (c)

    3 and16

    (d)

    4 and15

  80. Which article of Indian constitution directs to adopt foreign policy?

    (a)

    Article 50

    (b)

    Article 51

    (c)

    Article 52

    (d)

    Article 53

  81. Which is not related to our foreign policy

    (a)

    World co operation

    (b)

    World peace

    (c)

    Racial equality

    (d)

    Colonialism

  82. Mc Mahon Line is a border between

    (a)

    Burma and India

    (b)

    India and Nepal

    (c)

    India and China

    (d)

    India and Bhutan

  83. With which country does India share its longest land border?

    (a)

    Bangladesh

    (b)

    Myanmar

    (c)

    Afghanistan

    (d)

    China

  84. __________ of food is physical availability of food stocks in desired quantities, which
    is a function of domestic production, changes in stocks and imports.

    (a)

    Availability of food

    (b)

    Access to food

    (c)

    Absorption of food

    (d)

    none

  85. __________ revolution was born in India paving way for self sufficiency in food grain production.

    (a)

    Blue Revolution

    (b)

    White Revolution

    (c)

    Green Revolution

    (d)

    Grey Revolution

  86. The three levels of governments in India are

    (a)

    Union, state and local

    (b)

    Central, state and village

    (c)

    Union, municipality and panchayat

    (d)

    None of the above

  87. Income tax was introduced in india for the first time in the year __________ .

    (a)

    1860

    (b)

    1870

    (c)

    1880

    (d)

    1850

  88. Tuticorin is known as

    (a)

    Gateway of India

    (b)

    Gateway of Tamil Nadu

    (c)

    Pump city

    (d)

    None of these

  89. SIPCOT was formed in the year

    (a)

    1972

    (b)

    1976

    (c)

    1971

    (d)

    1978

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