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Part-3: General Knowledge

  1. The river which does not originate from India is
    (a) Chenab
    (b) Beas
    (c) Sutlej
    (d) Ravi
  2. Who among the following is the present Central Minister for Agricultural and Farmer’ Welfare?
    (a) Radha Mohan Singh
    (b) Uma Bharti
    (c) Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi
    (d) Choudhary Birender Singh
  3. The total food grains production in India during the current year 2014-15 as compared to the previous year 2013-14 is
    (a) about 8 million tonne less
    (b) about 10 million tonnes more
    (c) neither less nor more
    (d) about 8 million tonne more
  4. In Rio-Olympic-2016, the games will be organized in how many disciplines?
    (a) 41
    (b) 42
    (c) 45
    (d) 40
  5. Asia’s largest Onion Mandi is located at
    (a) Lasalgaon
    (b) Ismailpur
    (c) Katra
    (d) Azadpur
  6. The first woman Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh was
    (a) Tarkeshwari Sinha
    (b) Suchitra Kriplani
    (c) Mayawati
    (d) Vijaya Laxmi Pandit
  7. For financial inclusion, Jan Dhan Yojana’, which was announced by the Prime Minister on Independence day 2014 was officially launched on
    (a) 2nd October 2014
    (b) 25th September 2014
    (c) 15th August 2014
    (d) 28th August 2014
  8. ‘Namami Gange Project’, Launched with 5-year budget of Rs. 20,000 crore involves how many rivers
    (a) 4 river
    (b) 8 river
    (c) 12 river
    (d) Only Ganga
  9. What is the decibel level of sound produced by two persons in conversation?
    (a) About 10 db
    (b) About 20 db
    (c) About 30 db
    (d) About 5 db
  10. What amount of calories is found in 1 litre of water?
    (a) 25 calories
    (b) 100 calories
    (c) No calorie is found
    (d) 10 calories
  11. In a fire accident, what produces a lot more heat?
    (a) Wood
    (b) Polymer
    (c) Stone
    (d) None of the above
  12. Every year who declares ‘Minimum Support Price’ of food grains?
    (a) National Commission on Agriculture
    (b) State Government
    (c) Agricultural Cost and Prices Commission
    (d) None of the above
  13. The Minimum Support Price of wheat is
    (a) Rs. 1,450 per quintal
    (b) Rs. 1,470 per quintal
    (c) Rs. 1,475 per quintal
    (d) Rs. 1,360 per quintal
  14. Lifelines, the award-winning film which has been viewed 14000 times in 126 countries has become a teaching tool. The film has a village backdrop of which State of India?
    (a) Uttarakhand
    (b) Bihar
    (c) Kerala
    (d) Rajasthan
  15. Social reformer and mystic poet Sant Kabir Das’s Jayanti was held on
    (a) 2nd June, 2015
    (b) 2nd July 2015
    (c) 2nd August, 2015
    (d) 2nd May, 2015
  16. The Headquarters of the BRICS Bank is located at
    (a) Mumbai
    (b) Shanghai
    (c) Johannesburg
    (d) Moscow
  17. Which country among the following is the largest producer of lemon?
    (a) Mexico
    (b) China
    (c) India
    (d) Brazil
  18. Which of the following currencies has been devaluated in August 2015 bringing down the Indian Stock Market?
    (a) Chinese Yuan
    (b) Japanese Yen
    (c) European Euro
    (d) US Dollar
  19. The World Environment Day is observed on
    (a) 23rd June
    (b) 20th June
    (c) 5th June
    (d) 27th June
  20. How many countries in the world have compulsory voting?
    (a) 13
    (b) 31
    (c) 23
    (d) None of the above
  21. Who among the following has been given the 24th Vyas Samman?
    (a) Kamal Goyanka
    (b) Mrinal Pande
    (c) Gopal Das ‘Niraj’
    (d) Ashok Vajpayee
  22. Under the ‘Model Code of Conduct’. what is banned during elections?
    (a) Hate speech and effigy burning
    (b) Use of Government machinery for campaigns
    (c) Transfer of election officers
    (d) All of the above
  23. When was Food Corporation of India established?
    (a) 5th January 1962
    (b) 14th January 1965
    (c) 25th January 1966
    (d) 1st January 1960
  24. The day Bhagat Singh was hanged is observed as Martyrs’ Day/ every year on
    (a) 23rd March
    (b) 30th March
    (c) 31st March
    (d) 13th March
  25. In Bihar, State Assembly Elections were held in how many phases?
    (a) Five
    (b) Six
    (c) Seven
    (d) Four
  26. Match the following and select the correct answer using the code given below:
    A. World Post Day               1. 12th January
    B. National Voter’s Day     2. 25th January
    C. Human Rights Day        3. 9th October
    D. National Youth Day      4. 10th December
    Code:
    (a) A-2     B-4    C-3   D-1
    (b) A-3    B-2     C-4   D-1
    (c) A-4    B-3     C-2   D-1
    (d) A-1    B-2     C-3   D-4
  27. How many cities in India are having more than one million population?
    (a) 43
    (b) 53
    (c) 63
    (d) 33
  28. Who has launched the ‘Giving Pledge campaign?
    (a) Bill Gates
    (b) Sunil Gavaskar
    (c) Amitabh Bachchan
    (d) Barack Obama
  29. The ‘Brown Revolution’ focuses on
    (a) increase in tea and coffee production
    (b) Increase in production of the leather
    (c) increase in fertilizer production
    (d) None of the above
  30. The largest Stupa at Sanchi pertains to which period?
    (a) Kushana Period
    (b) Gupta Period
    (c) Harashavardhana’s Period
    (d) Mauryan Period
  31. Which of the following is odd one?
    (a) Nita Mehta
    (b) Kunal Kapoor
    (c) Sanjeev Kaporr
    (d) Tarla Dala
  32. Which Asian country has recently drafted its new Constitution?
    (a) Nepal
    (b) Maldives
    (c) Afghanistan
    (d) Myanmar
  33. In which State of India per capita consumption of liquor is the highest?
    (a) Nagaland
    (b) Jammu and Kashmir
    (c) Kerala
    (d) Punjab
  34. Match the following and select the correct answer using the code given below:
    A. Hindu            1. Nirankari and Namdhari
    B. Muslim         2. Catholic and protestant
    C. Sikh               3. Sia and Sunni
    D. Christian     4. Sanatani and Aryasamaji
    Code:
    (a) A-4    B-3   C-1  D-2
    (b) A-2    B-3   C-4  D-1
    (c) A-3    B-2   C-1   D-4
    (d) A-1    B-2   C-3   D-4
  35. Which State of India has the largest inland saline wetland?
    (a) Madhya Pradesh
    (b) Haryana
    (c) Rajasthan
    (d) Gujarat
  36. Which State of India is producing maximum quantity of wheat?
    (a) Uttar Pradesh
    (b) Haryana
    (c) Madhya Pradesh
    (d) Punjab
  37. Since 1913 up to 2014, how many Indians have won the Nobel Prize?
    (a) 7
    (b) 9
    (c) 6
    (d) None of the above
  38. Who among the following was not the acting President of India?
    (a) V. V Giri
    (b) Dr. Zakir Hussain
    (c) Justice Hidayatullah
    (d) B. D. Jatti
  39. Nitric acid does not react with
    (a) nickel
    (b) silver
    (c) gold
    (d) copper
  40. The longest sea-bridge is located which coastal city of India?
    (a) Rameshwaram
    (b) Chennai
    (c) Mumbai
    (d) Vishakhapatnam

Part-4: Rural Area Specific

  1. An indigenous plough is
    (a) a secondary tillage implement
    (b) a wetland puddle
    (c) a multipurpose
    (d) a primary tillage implement
  2. The duration of ‘Adsali’ variety of sugarcane is
    (a) 14 months
    (b) 18 months
    (c) 22 months
    (d) 8 months
  3. About 90 percent of the irrigated areas in India come under
    (a) border method
    (b) check basin
    (c) sprinkler
    (d) surface irrigation
  4. Which of the following is a tree vegetable?
    (a) Basella
    (b) Fenugreek
    (c) Curry leaf
    (d) Indian spinach
  5. In a strong breeze, the speed of wind is
    (a) 20 mph
    (b) 30 mph
    (c) 40 mph
    (d) 15 mph
  6. The total number of village in India is
    (a) 597464
    (b) 577698
    (c) 640930
    (d) None fo the above
  7. What percent of household has access to electricity in rural India?
    (a) 52%
    (b) 60%
    (c) 56%
    (d) None of the above
  8. The retail market rate of Kerosene oil in India is
    (a) Rs. 25 per litre
    (b) Rs. 28.50 per litre
    (c) Rs. 26 per litre
    (d) None of the above
  9. As per the Census, 2011, the rural population of India is
    (a) 83.3 crore
    (b) 73.3 crore
    (c) 37.7 crore
    (d) None of the above
  10. The most predominant source of irrigation is
    (a) tube wells
    (b) ponds
    (c) wells
    (d) canals
  11. What percentage of TV sets is sold every year in rural areas of India?
    (a) 40%
    (b) 50%
    (c) 44%
    (d) None of the above
  12. The gains of the ‘Green Revolution’ have mainly continued to the crops of
    (a) pulses and oilseeds
    (b) jute and cotton
    (c) wheat and rice
    (d) sugarcane and tea
  13. The most endangered snake in rural India is
    (a) Common Krait
    (b) King Cobra
    (c) Scaled Viper
    (d) Russell’s Viper
  14. The words ‘Adhiyan’ and ‘Batai’ used with reference to
    (a) rural credit
    (b) crop-sharing
    (c) agriculture tenancy contract
    (d) Both (B) and (C)
  15. ‘Shiraji’ and ‘Basra’ are the famous varieties of
    (a) pigeons
    (b) camels
    (c) turtles
    (D) horses
  16. The largest and most important soil group in India is
    (a) Alluvial soil
    (b) red soil
    (c) laterite soil
    (d) black soil
  17. In a storm, the speed of wind is
    (a) 70 mph
    (b) 80 mph
    (c) more than 80 mph
    (d) 60 mph
  18. The number of Gram panchayats in India is
    (a) more than the number of uninhabited villages
    (b) less than the number of uninhabited villages
    (c) equal to the number of uninhabited villages
    (d) equal to the number of inhabited villages
  19. ‘Gootee’ is commonly used for the propagation of
    (a) Litchi
    (b) pineapple
    (c) mango
    (d) papaya
  20. The Central Potato Research Institute is located at
    (a) Faizabad
    (b) Shimla
    (c) Shimoga
    (d) Lucknow
  21. Malihabad in Uttar Pradesh is famous for
    (a) Dashehari Mango (Aam)
    (b) Peela Kharbooja
    (c) Malihabadi Biryani
    (d) Cotton Chikan
  22. On ripening, why green tomato becomes red?
    (a) Due to change of water content
    (b) Due to change in ripening temperature
    (c) Due to change of chloroplast into chromoplast
    (d) None of the above
  23. When cream is separated from milk, the density of milk
    (a) increases
    (b) remains the same
    (c) first decreases, afterwards increases
    (d) decreases
  24. The ‘Yellow Revolution’ is associated with
    (a) milk production
    (b) oilseeds production
    (c) fish cultivation
    (d) food grains production
  25. The catch smell of garlic is due to
    (a) chloro compound
    (b) acidic compound
    (c) Sulphur compound
    (d) None of the above
  26. ‘Tapka’ is harvesting stage of
    (a) mango
    (b) guava
    (c) pineapple
    (d) lemon
  27. The total number of inhabited village in India is
    (a) 640930
    (b) 577698
    (c) 597464
    (d) 600015
  28. The gas used in artificial ripening green fruit is
    (a) acetylene
    (b) carbon dioxide
    (c) hydrogen
    (d) ethane
  29. The Headquarters of Animals Welfare Board of India is located at
    (a) Sitapur
    (b) Jind
    (c) Kangra
    (d) Chennai
  30. Who among the following is the grassroot worker in rural areas?
    (a) Kanoongo
    (b) Lekhpal
    (c) Patwari
    (d) Tehsildar
  31. Which of the following rivers constructs ravines in Uttar Pradesh
    (a) Yamuna
    (b) Gomti
    (c) Hindon
    (d) Ganga
  32. Which of the following soil types is widely found in Uttar Pradesh?
    (a) Sandy loam
    (b) Alluvial loam
    (c) Red loam
    (d) Red and black soil mix
  33. In which region of Uttar Pradesh, annual rainfall is maximum?
    (a) Pathari region
    (b) Terai region
    (c) Uncertain rainfall
    (d) Plain areas
  34. Jute is cultivated in which districts of Uttar Pradesh?
    (a) Deoria and Gorakhpur
    (b) Saharanpur and Hardoi
    (c) Mathura and Aligarh
    (d) Allahabad and Fatehpur
  35. The target of ‘Swachh Bharat Abhiyan’ is to construct how many toilets in rural India up to 2019?
    (a) 120 million
    (b) 130.40 million
    (c) 150 million
    (d) 100 million
  36. In which district of Uttar Pradesh, male-female ratio is the highest?
    (a) Azamgarh
    (b) Deoria
    (c) Sultanpur
    (d) Jaunpur
  37. In rural India, poverty line has been fixed at the income of
    (a) Rs. 27 per day
    (b) Rs. 37 per day
    (c) Rs. 33 per day
    (d) None of the above
  38. The ‘International Yoga Day’ declared by the United Nations Organization was observed throughout the world in rural and urban areas on
    (a) 20th June
    (b) 21st June
    (c) 25th June
    (d) 15th June
  39. The largest producer of banana in the world is
    (a) Thailand
    (b) Bangladesh
    (c) India
    (d) Sri Lanka
  40. If Panchayat is dissolved, its election should be held within
    (a) 3 months
    (b) 6 months
    (c) 1 months
    (d) 1 year

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