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Short View of UP Chakbandi Lekhpal:

  • Exam Conducted by: UPSSSC
  • Exam Vacancy: Chakbandi Lekhpal
  • Exam Date: 08 November 2015
  • Exam Shift: Morning Shift (11 A.M to 1 P.M) & Evening Shift (03 P.M to 05 P.M)
  • Official Answer key: Available soon
  • Unofficial Answer key: Available

UP Lekhpal Answer key

Chakbandi Lekhpal Exam Pattern:

Name of Subjects Number of Questions Maximum Marks
General Hindi 40 20
Maths 40 20
General Knowledge 40 20
Rural Area Questions 40 20

Chakbandi Lekhpal Answer key

Part-2: Mathematics

  1. If tanθ=12/13, then what is the value of 2sinθcosθ/(cos²θ-sin²θ)?
    (a) 48/125
    (b) 312/25
    (c) 248/25
    (d) 13/144
  2. If (5+√3)/7-4√3 = 47a+√3b, then
    (a) a=1, b=27
    (b) a=47, b= √3
    (c) a= √3, b=47
    (d) a=27, b=1
  3. If the simple interest on a certain sum at 5% per annum for 3 years is Rs. 1,200, then the compound interest on the same sum for the same period at the same rate is
    (a) Rs. 1, 261
    (b) Rs. 1,260
    (c) Rs. 1,265
    (d) Rs. 1,263
  4. The area of a plot was surveyed as 3.5 acres. A Patwari notes it down in metric system on the basis 1 acre =0.4 hectare. If a better value of the acre is 0.40467 hectare, the error (in hectare) in the estimate is
    (a) 0.12
    (b) 0.012
    (c) 0.016
    (d) 0.16
  5. If m is an even number, then m²-1 is the product of two consecutive
    (a) odd numbers
    (b) perfect square numbers
    (c) whole numbers
    (d) even numbers
  6. The sum of squares of two numbers is 68 and the square of their difference is 36. The product of the two numbers is
    (a) 58
    (b) 104
    (c) 32
    (d) 16

Part-3 General Knowledge

  1. Who was Nagarjuna?
    (a) A Jain Monk
    (b) A Buddhist Philosopher
    (c) A Greek King
    (d) A Vedic Rishi
  2. Who among the following Mughal Emperor was illiterate?
    (a) Aurangzeb
    (b) Bahadur Shah Zafar
    (c) Akbar
    (d) Shah Jahan
  3. A few years ago, which Asian country has changed its National Anthem?
    (a) Afghanistan
    (b) Maldives
    (c) Bangladesh
    (d) Nepal
  4. Historical ‘Victoria Park’, now renamed as ‘Jang-e-Azadi Park’, is located at
    (a) Jhansi
    (b) Meerut
    (c) Amritsar
    (d) Allahabad
  5. Two glass tumblers have been stuck together one into other. They can be separated by
    (a) placing the outer tumbler in hot water
    (b) hammering them vigorously
    (c) placing hot water in the inner tumbler
    (d) placing the tumblers in cold water
  6. Thomas Roe met the Mughal Emperor Jahangir in the fort of
    (a) Jhansi
    (b) Ajmer
    (c) Agra
    (d) Allahabad
  7. Which country has the largest reserve of uranium?
    (a) USA
    (b) Australia
    (c) Canada
    (d) Russia
  8. Which river among the following does not meet Yamuna?
    (a) Betwa
    (b) Chambal
    (c) Ken
    (d) Son
  9. ‘Gandak Irrigation Project’ is joint effort of which States?
    (a) Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand
    (b) Uttar Pradesh and Haryana
    (c) Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh
    (d) Uttar Pradesh and Bihar
  10. Who introduced land measurement system?
    (a) Shah Jahan
    (b) Akbar
    (c) Bahadur Shah
    (d) Sher Shah
  11. The main component of honey is
    (a) maltose
    (b) fructose
    (c) galactose
    (d) sucrose
  12. Who among the following is the present King of Bhutan?
    (a) Jigme Singye Wangchuck
    (b) Jigme Dorji Wangchuck
    (c) Jigme Ugyen Wangchuck
    (d) Jigme Khesar namgyel Wangchuck
  13. The highest goal of man is ‘Kaivalya’ which means
    (a) conquest of desire
    (b) to serve others
    (c) to teach others
    (d) to follow others
  14. Who coined the word ‘vitamin’?
    (a) M. Davis
    (b) Casimir Funk
    (c) Alexander Fleming
    (d) Robert Koch
  15. Who among the following criticized the religious policy of Akbar?
    (a) Abul Fazl
    (b) Badauni
    (c) Faizi
    (d) None of them
  16. The famous ‘Virupaksha Temple’ is located at
    (a) Srikalahasthi
    (b) Tirupati
    (c) Hampi
    (d) Bhadrachalam
  17. For irrigation, sixteen miles long ‘Chola Lake’ was built by which of the following Kings of the Chola Dynasty/
    (a) Rajendra-I
    (b) Rajaraja-I
    (c) Adhiraj
    (d) None of them
  18. Which is the newest country participating in 2016 Rio Olympic Games?
    (a) Grenada
    (b) Zanzibar
    (c) Afghanistan
    (d) South Sudan
  19. ‘Swachh Bharat Abhiyan’ Which includes construction of toilets beside general sanitation was launched on
    (a) 25th September 2015
    (b) 2nd October 2014
    (c) 15th August 2014
    (d) 28th August 2014
  20. The terms ‘Zero defect’ and ‘zero effect’ are significantly associated with
    (a) Skill India Mission
    (b) Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana
    (c) Digital India Mission
    (d) Make in India Mission
  21. ‘Admiral Cup’ is associated with
    (a) billiards
    (b) yachting
    (c) boxing
    (d) squash
  22. Which President of India was elected unopposed?
    (a) K. R. Narayanan
    (b) N. Sanjiv Reddy
    (c) Dr. Rajenddra Prasad
    (d) Dr. S. Radhakrishnan
  23. The economist who propounded the ‘Theory of Wantless ness’ is
    (a) V. N. Gadgil
    (b) Amartya Sen
    (c) Neelkanth Rath
    (d) Prof. J. K. Mehta
  24. The glowing surface of the sun which we seen is known as
    (a) photosphere
    (b) lithosphere
    (c) chromosphere
    (d) atmosphere
  25. Other than Narmada, which river originates from Amarkantak?
    (a) Mahanadi
    (b) Son
    (c) Betwa
    (d) Tapti
  26. Fire cannot burn below
    (a) 20% oxygen in the air
    (b) 15% oxygen in the air
    (c) 30% oxygen in the air
    (d) 25% oxygen in the air
  27. Who among the following sought the help of French to wipe out the British power from India?
    (a) Hyder Ali
    (b) Tipu Sultan
    (c) Sambhaji
    (d) Shivaji
  28. Which among the following has the maximum energy?
    (a) Green light
    (b) Yellow light
    (c) Red light
    (d) Blue light
  29. Flute Maestro Hariprasad Chaurasia was born at
    (a) Loknath-Allahabad
    (b) Lokhandwala-Mumbai
    (c) Hazratganj-Lucknow
    (D) Park Street-Kolkata
  30. ‘Badhai’ is form of
    (a) folk music of Bundelkhand
    (b) folk dance of Bundelkhand
    (c) Both (a) and (b)
    (d) None of the above
  31. The total food grain production of India during 2014-15 was
    (a) 255 million tonnes
    (b) 270 million tonnes
    (c) 265 million tonnes
    (d) 257 million tonnes
  32. The minimum support price of paddy is
    (a) Rs. 1,410 per quintal
    (b) Rs. 1,370 per quintal
    (c) Rs. 1,300 per quintal
    (d) Rs. 1,325 per quintal
  33. Who said, “Supply generates its own demand”?
    (a) Robertson
    (b) J. B. Say
    (c) Keynes
    (d) Marshall
  34. My Country My Life is an autobiography of
    (a) Lal Krishna Advani
    (b) Sucheta Kriplani
    (c) Suchitra Sen
    (d) Ram Manohar Lohia
  35. Which Chief Minister of Indian State was married to the President of her opposition party?
    (a) Jayalalitha
    (b) Sucheta Kriplani
    (c) Both (a) and (b)
    (d) None of them
  36. Maggi Noddles, which have been banned in India recently, were first launched around 1860s in
    (a) China
    (b) Switzerland
    (c) Great Britain
    (d) USA
  37. The courtesy words ‘Gajanthang’, ‘Vadia’, ‘Adi Zohar’ of other Indian languages mean
    (a) Thank you
    (b) Pardon please
    (c) Congratulations
    (d) We will meet again
  38. Which of the following schemes announced by the Prime Minister was not launched on 9th May 2015?
    (a) Jeevan Jyoti Yojana
    (b) Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana
    (c) Atal Pension Yojana
    (d) Jeevan Suraksha Yojana
  39. Who among the following outstanding players has been decorated with Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award in August 2015?
    (a) Virat Kohli
    (b) Mahendra Singh Dhoni
    (c) Sania Mirza
    (d) Saina Nehwal
  40. The Battle of Hajipir with Pakistan was fought by the Indian Forces in the year
    (a) 1965
    (b) 1971
    (c) 1947
    (d0 1962

Part-4:Rural Area Specific

  1. Which of the following two are primary tillage implements?
    (a) Disc harrow and cultivator
    (b) Mouldboard plough and subsoiler
    (c) Mouldboard plough and disc harrow
    (d) Disc plough and disc harrow
  2. The best method of irrigation keeping in view the water-use efficiency is
    (a) furrow method
    (b) check basin method
    (c) sprinkler method
    (d) drip method
  3. Soil erosion is more in
    (a) silty soil
    (b) clay loam soil
    (c) sandy soil
    (d) All of the above
  4. The total irrigated area in India is
    (a) 55%
    (b) 60%
    (c) 45 %
    (d) 50%
  5. Which of the following measurements of land currently used in the State is not correct?
    (a) 20 Biswa = 1 Bigha
    (b) 1 Bigha = 55 x 55 sq. yard
    (c) 20 Kachawansi = 1 Biswansi
    (d) 20 Biswansi = 10 Biswa
  6. Yearly sequenc and spatial arrangement of crops is called as
    (a) cropping system
    (b) cropping pattern
    (c) cropping index
    (d) cropping effect
  7. How much agriculture waste is generated yearly in India/
    (a) 350 million tonnes
    (b) 400 million tonnes
    (c) 250 million tonnes
    (d) 300 million tonnes
  8. The total number of Gram Panchayats in India is
    (a) 239582
    (b) 240202
    (c) 212585
    (d) None of the above
  9. The total forest area in India is
    (a) 768538 sq. km
    (b) 666538 sq. km
    (c) 769538 sq. km
    (d) None of the above
  10. Gross cropped area is
    (a) net cropped area in a year
    (b) net cropped area+area sown more than once in a year
    (c) total cultivable area in a year
    (d) None of the above
  11. Which among the following is not a root crop?
    (a) Sakarkand
    (b) Sugarcane
    (c) Potato
    (d) Sugar Beet
  12. The percentage of protein in wheat is
    (a) 45%
    (b) 25%
    (c) 12%
    (d) 30%
  13. Zonal soils are also known as
    (a) drifts soils
    (b) alluvial soils
    (c) transported soils
    (d) All of the above
  14. The recommended practice of N:P:K is
    (a) 4:3:1
    (b) 4:2:2
    (c) 6:3:1
    (d) 4:2:1
  15. ‘Pusa Ruby’ is a fine variety of
    (a) cauliflower
    (b) cabbage
    (c) brinjal
    (d) tomato
  16. A thresher causes more seed damage if
    (a) feed rate is reduced
    (b) clearance is increased
    (c) speed is increased
    (d) speed is reduced
  17. The most effective chemical against termite is
    (a) Endosulfan
    (b) Chlorpyrifos
    (c) Rogor
    (d) Monocrotophos
  18. Who among the following is the present Cabinet Minister for Rural Development?
    (a) Rajiv Pratap Rudy
    (b) Jayat Sinha
    (c) Radha Mohan Singh
    (d) Chaudhary Birender Singh
  19. Crop cutting experiments are conducted
    (a) for calculating crop production estimate
    (b) to estimate crop losses
    (c) to demonstrate how efficiently crop is to be cut
    (d) None of the above
  20. The maximum production of Aonla is in
    (a) Mirzapur
    (b) Pratapgarh
    (c) Fathepur
    (d) Barabanki
  21. Who among the following prepares ‘Khasra’ and ‘Khatauni’?
    (a) Kanoongo/Lekhpal
    (b) Patwari
    (c) Tehsildar
    (d) Subdivisional Magistrate (SDM)
  22. “Everything else may wait, but not agriculture.” Who said so?
    (a) Sikander Bakht
    (b) Lal Bahadur Shastri
    (c) Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru
    (d) Jagjivan Ram
  23. Silver Revolution in India is associated with
    (a) cotton production
    (b) bottling of mineral water
    (c) silver mining
    (d) egg and chicken production
  24. For saffron, which part of the plant is used?
    (a) Sepal
    (b) Stigma
    (c) Leaf
    (d) Petal
  25. The first reference to ‘Mahajani System’ occurred in which of the following ancient books?
    (a) Ramayana
    (b) Mahabharata
    (c) Shatapatha Brahmana
    (d) Upanishad
  26. Lalit is a fine variety of
    (a) papaya
    (b) guava
    (c) mango
    (d) orange
  27. The sound level of an agricultural tractor should not exceed
    (a) 120 db
    (b) 150 db
    (c) 90 db
    (d) 100 db
  28. Centrifugal pumps are used for pumping water when
    (a) both discharge and head are low
    (b) discharge is low and head is high
    (c) both head and discharge are high
    (d) discharge is high and head is low
  29. What is the approximate percentage of husk present in paddy?
    (a) 20%
    (b) 35%
    (c) 10%
    (d) 15%
  30. The seed rate per hectare of growing hybrid rice is
    (a) 25 kg
    (b) 30 kg
    (c) 10 kg
    (d) 15 kg
  31. Which of the following successfully cultivated in acidic soil?
    (a) Bean
    (b) Watermelon
    (c) Cucumber
    (d) None of the above
  32. ‘Pusa Rasraj’ is a hybrid of
    (a) muskmelon
    (b) cucumber
    (c) tomato
    (d) watermelon
  33. In North India, wheat is rotated with
    (a) cotton
    (b) sugarcane
    (c) paddy
    (d) None of the above
  34. One horsepower is equal to
    (a) 750 watts
    (b) 800 watts
    (c) 700 watts
    (d) 746 watts
  35. ‘From Waste to Green Energy’-which States lead the mission?
    (a) Jharkhand and Uttarakhand
    (b) Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh
    (c) Uttar Pradesh and Punjab
    (d) Maharashtra and Punjab
  36. On scientific estimation, this planet has
    (a) 3 trillion trees
    (b) 400 billion trees
    (c) 422 billion trees
    (d) No estimate is available
  37. In what percent of rural household, traditional biomass is used for cooking?
    (a) 80%
    (b) 85%
    (c) 71%
    (d) 75%
  38. In rural kitchens, Kerosene is used for cooking only in
    (a) 7 % household
    (b) 13% household
    (c) 1% household
    (d) 4% household
  39. ‘Zabo’ is a rural farming system practised in
    (a) Himachal Pradesh
    (b) Mizoram
    (c) Uttarakhand
    (d) Nagaland
  40. When was ‘Kisan Channel’ launched by the Prime Minister?
    (a) 26th May 2015
    (b) 15th August 2015
    (c) Not yet launched
    (d) 1st May 2015

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