Solution SSC CGLE Held on 26-6-2011 GK Section

1. Judicial review in the Indian constitution is based on ?
Rule of law.
Due process of law.
Procedure established by law.
Precedents and conventions.


Explanation
2. The drafting of the constitution was completed on ?
(A)26th January 1950.
(B)26th December 1949.
(C)26th November 1949.
(D)30th November 1949.


Explanation
3. Who was the President of the constituent assembly ?
(A)Pt. Jawahar lal Nehru.
(B)Sardar Patel.
(C)Dr. Rajendra Prasad.
(D)Dr. B.R. Ambedkar.


4. Which innovative discussion process is introduced by the Indian parliament to the world parliamentary systems ?
(A)Question hour.
(B)Zero hour.
(C)Resolutions.
(D)Presidental speech.


Explanation
5. The judges of the supreme court retire at the age of ?
(A)60 years.
(B)65 years.
(C)62 years.
(D)58 years.


Explanation
6. When there is an official change in the exchange rate of domestic currency, then it is called ?
(A)Appreciation.
(B)Depreciation.
(C)Revaluation.
(D)Deflation.


Explanation
7. Inflation redistributes income and wealth in favor of ?
(A)Pensioners
(B)Poor
(C)Middle class
(D)Rich


Explanation
8. The fringe benefit tax was introduced in the budget of ?
(A)2003-04.
(B)2004-05.
(C)2005-06.
(D)2006-07.


Explanation
9. In the budget estimates for 2011-12, an allocation of Rs. 400 crore has been made to bring in a green revolution in the east in the cropping system of ?
(A)Wheat.
(B)Rice.
(C)Jowar.
(D)Pulses.


10. As announced by the finance minister in his budget speech on 28-2-2011, the income tax exemption limit for individuals, other than senior citizens and women has been raised to ?
(A)Rs. 1,80,000.
(B)Rs. 1,90,000.
(C)Rs. 2,00,000.
(D)Rs. 2,50,000.


11. Who among the following British persons admitted the revolt of 1857 as a national revolt ?
(A)Lord Dalhousie.
(B)Lord Canning.
(C)Lord Ellenborough.
(D)Disraeli.


Explanation
12. The Greek ambassador sent to Chandragupta Maurya’s court was ?
(A)Kantilla.
(B)Seleucus Nicator.
(C)Megasthenes.
(D)Justin.


13. Identify the European power from whom Shivaji obtained and ammunition ?
(A)The French.
(B)The Portuguese.
(C)The Dutch.
(D)The English.


Explanation
14. The call of “Back to the Vedas” was given by ?
(A)Swami Vivekananda.
(B)Swami Dayanand Saraswati.
(C)Aurobindo Ghosh.
(D)Raj Ram Mohan Roy.


15. Simon Commission was boycotted by the nationalist leaders of India because ?
(A)They felt that it was only an eyewash.
(B)All the members of the commission were English.
(C)The members of the commission were based against India.
(D)It did not meet the demands of the Indians.


Explanation
16. The lowest layer of the atmosphere is ?
(A)Stratosphere.
(B)Thermosphere.
(C)Troposphere.
(D)Mesosphere.


17. The Konkan railway connects ?
(A)Goa-Mangalore.
(B)Roha-Mangalore.
(C)Kanyakumari-Mangalore.
(D)Kanyakumari-Mumbai.


Explanation
18. Bark of this tree is used as a condiment ?
(A)Cinnamon.
(B)Clove.
(C)Neem.
(D)Palm.


Explanation
19. How much of the earth’s land surface is desert ?
(A)1/10th.
(B)1/5th.
(C)1/3rd.
(D)1/6th.


Explanation
20. Which of the following is called the shrimp capital of India ?
(A)Mangalore.
(B)Nagapatnam.
(C)Kochi.
(D)Nellore.


Explanation
21. River Indus originates from ?
(A)Hindukush range.
(B)Himalayan range.
(C)Karakoram range.
(D)Kailash range.


Explanation
22. The atmospheric air is held to the earth by ?
(A)Gravity.
(B)Winds.
(C)Clouds.
(D)Rotation of the earth.


23. The function of ball bearings in a wheel is ?
(A)To increase friction.
(B)To convert kinetic friction into rolling friction.
(C)To convert static friction into kinetic friction.
(D)Just for convenience.


24. Shock-absorbers are usually made of steel as it ?
(A)Is not brittle.
(B)Has lower elasticity.
(C)Has higher elasticity.
(D)Has no ductile property.


Explanation
25. The first computer made available for commercial use was ?
(A)MANIAC.
(B)ENIAC.
(C)UNIVAC.
(D)EDSAC.


Explanation
26. A communication network which is used by large organizations over regional, national or global area is called ?
(A)LAN.
(B)WAN.
(C)MAN.
(D)VAN.


27. Who was the architect of north and south blocks of the central secretariat in Delhi ?
(A)Sir Edward Lutyens.
(B)Herbert Baker.
(C)Robert Tor Russell.
(D)Antonin Raymond.


Explanation
28. Saliva helps in the digestion of ?
(A)Fats.
(B)Starch.
(C)Proteins.
(D)Vitamins.


29. The longest bone in the human body is ?
(A)Ulna.
(B)Humerus.
(C)Femur.
(D)Tibia.


Explanation
30. Red data book gives information about species which are ?
(A)Extinct.
(B)Endangered.
(C)Dangerous.
(D)Rare.


Explanation
31. Which of the following is the smallest bird ?
(A)Pigeon.
(B)Parrot.
(C)Humming bird.
(D)House sparrow.


32. The time period of a pendulum when taken to the moon would ?
(A)Remain the same.
(B)Decrease.
(C)Become zero.
(D)Increase.


Explanation
33. Indian army’s operation “saiyam” was related to ?
(A)Kashmir.
(B)Indo-China Border in the central region north-east.
(C)North-east.
(D)Indo-pak border in Punjab and Rajasthan.


Explanation
34. Which of the following could be used as fuel in propellant or rockets ?
(A)Liquid Hydrogen + Liquid Nitrogen.
(B)Liquid Oxygen + Liquid Argon.
(C)Liquid Nitrogen + Liquid Oxygen.
(D)Liquid Hydrogen + Liquid Oxygen.


Explanation
35. The addition of gypsum to Portland cement helps in ?
(A)Increasing the strength of cement.
(B)Rapid setting of cement.
(C)Preventing rapid setting of cement.
(D)Reduction in the cost of cement.


36. White lung disease is prevalent among the workers of ?
(A)Paper Industry.
(B)Cement Industry.
(C)Cotton Industry.
(D)Pesticide Industry.


Explanation
37. Iodoform is used as an ?
(A)Antipyretic.
(B)Analgesic.
(C)Antiseptic.
(D)Anesthetic.


38. AN artificial ecosystem is represented by ?
(A)Pisciculture tank.
(B)Agricultural land.
(C)Zoo.
(D)Aquarium.


39. The constituents of automobile exhaust that can cause cancer is/are ?
(A)Oxides of nitrogen.
(B)Carbon monoxide.
(C)Polycyclic hydrocarbons.
(D)Lead.


Explanation
40. The optimum dissolved oxygen level (in mg/liter) required for survival of aquatic organisms is ?
(A)4-6
(B)2-4
(C)8-10
(D)12-16


Explanation
41. The world’s only floating national park is situated in ?
(A)Manipur.
(B)Kuala Lumpur.
(C)Bilaspur.
(D)Dispur.


42. According to the latest Education Development Index based on a series of surveys conducted by the national university of education, planning and administration and released in February , 2011, the state with the highest development index is ?
(A)Tamil Nadu.
(B)Kerala.
(C)Punjab.
(D)Gujarat.


Explanation
43. The project snow leopard to conserve the endangered species, by the union ministry of environment and forests covers the state of ?
(A)Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh only.
(B)Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand only.
(C)Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Arunachal Pradesh only.
(D)Jammu and Kashmir , Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim


Explanation
44. In the railway budge for 2011-12, an outlay of Rs. 57,630 crore has been announced for adding new lines with length of ?
(A)1000 km.
(B)1200 km.
(C)1300 km.
(D)1400 km.


45. The strong earthquake-cum-tsunami which has moved Japan’s main island by a few feet and has caused the earth’s axis to wobble is expected to lead to the shortening of the day by ?
(A)1.6 microseconds.
(B)2.3 microseconds.
(C)3.1 microseconds.
(D)3.4 microseconds.


46. Which of the following folk/tribal dances is associated with Uttar Pradesh ?
(A)Veedhi.
(B)Thora.
(C)Tamasha.
(D)Rauf.


Explanation
47. Which of the following books has been written by atiq rahimi ?
(A)Earth and ashes.
(B)This sawage rite.
(C)The red devil.
(D)Witness the night.


48. Who is the recipient of the Sahitya Akademi award 2010 in Hindi Literature category ?
(A)Uday Prakash.
(B)Laxman Dubey.
(C)Nanjil Nandan.
(D)Mangat Badal.


49. The 2010 FIFA World cup final was held at ?
(A)Paris.
(B)Berlin.
(C)Johannesburg.
(D)London.


50. Who of the following received Sangeet natak akademi’s Ustad Bismillah khan Yuva Puruskar for 2009 in Hindustani vocal music ?
(A)Omkar Shrikant Dadarkar
(B)Ragini Chander Shekar.
(C)Abanti Chakravorty and Sukracharya.
(D)K.Nellai Manikandan.

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    the correct answer of 17th question is (b),because konkan railway connect roha in maharastra to mangalore in karnatka

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    The Konkan Railway connects Roha-Manglore

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  • SHIV
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    Konkan Railway Corporation runs from Roha in Maharashtra to Thokur, near Mangalore in Karnataka through Goa for a total distance of 736 km (457 mi), along the west coast of India and Western Ghats.

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