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February 11, 2017

बिहार लोक सेवा आयोग पीटी परिक्षा हेतु प्रैकटिस सेट

बिहार लोक सेवा आयोग पीटी परिक्षा हेतु प्रैकटिस सेट


1.    The simplest amino acid is
a.    alanine
b.    glycine
c.    valine
d.    phenylalanine
2.    Accumulation of lipid molecules in brain
cells lead to
a.    paralysis
b.    oedema
c.    mental retardation
d.    all of these
3.    The life and activities of a cell is
controlled by
a.    cytoplasm
b.    nucleus
c.    vacuole
d.    mitochondria
4.    Flagella are composed of
a.    micro tubules
b.    micro filaments
c.    intermediate filaments
d.    glycoproteins
5.    Tobacco mosaic virus was crystallized by
a.    Pasteur
b.    Chamberland
c.    Stanely
d.    Ivanowski
6.    Non-enveloped naked viruses are known
as
a.    prions
b.    bacteriophages
c.    oncoviruses
d.    virions
7.    Gram +ve bacteria on treatment with
crystal violet dye give colour
a.    red
b.    green
c.    purple
d.    pink

8.    Malarial parasite is injected into man as
a.    sporozoites
b.    merozoites
c.    zygote
d.    none of these
9.    The terms procariotique and eucariotique
were proposed by
a.    Whittaker
b.    Chatton
c.    Haeckel
d.    Margulis and Schwartz
10.    The most common type of asexual
reproduction in the fungi is
fa.    fragmentation
b.    spore production
c.    budding
d.    binary fission
11.    Outside the thallus of Marchantia there
are special structures called
f   a.    stem tuber
b.    rhizoids
c.    sporangium
d.    none of these
12.    The vascular plants are termed as
a.    tracheophytes
b.    bryophytes
c.    pteridophytes
d.    all of these
13.    In human beings influenza is caused by
a.    bacteria
b.    protist
c.    virus
d.    fungi
14.    In many which phylum the body of an
organisms is usually divided in there
regions called head, thorax and abdomen
a.    echinodermata
b.    mollusca
c.    nematoda
d.    arthropoda



15.    Snails belong to
a.    gastropods
b.    bivalves
c.    arthropods
d.    platyhelminthes
16.    Amoeba moves in water with the help of
locomotory organs called
a.    tube feet
b.    cilia
c.    pseudopodia
d.    flagella
17.    Liver fluke is parasite in the liver of
a.    cattle
b.    sheep
c.    goat
d.    all of these
18.    In all coelentrates endoderm give rise to
a.    nervous system
b.    digestive system
c.    reproductive system
d.    circulatory system
19.    Higher vascular plants are also called
a.    flowering plants
b.    seed plants
c.    ferns
d.    none of these

22.    What is the sum of the first 100 natural
numbers?
a.    5,000
b.    5,025
c.    5,050
d.    5,100
23.    What is the sum of the first 100 odd
numbers?
a.    9,000
b.    10,000
c.    11,000
d.    12,000
24.    The first animal tamed by the men of
middle. Stone Age was-
(A) Dog (B) Bullock
(C) Horse (D) Camel
25.    The main occupation of early Aryans of
Rigvedic Age was-
(A) Craftmanship (B) Pastoralism
(C) Agriculture (D) Trade



20. The plants which produce embryo but lack vascular tissues and seeds are placed in

a.    bryophytes
b.    pteridophytes
c.    tracheophytes
d.    all of these
what is the 11th term o
3, 9, 27, .... ?
a.    28
b.    2 10
c.    38
d.    3 10

26. Cuneiform script is associated with–
(A) Chinese Civilisation (B) Indus Valley Civilisation
(C) Mesopotamian Civilisation (D) Egyptian Civilisation
27. What religion is associated with Sermon on the Mount?
(A) Christianity (B) Parsi religion



(C) Islam (D) Jewish religion

(C) He had become dictator (D) He was foreigner to Germany



28. The fourth Buddhist Council was held during the reign of–
(A) Ashoka (B) Kanishka
(C) Vrihadratha (D) Harshvardhana
29. The religious movement in Europe during the time of Renaissance became popular because-
(A)    It was related to religion
(B)    It was started to remove corruption from religion and impose restriction upon Church
(C)    The movement wanted to establish national monarchy
(D)    All the above causes
30. Instead of Arabs, Portugueses dominated the sea because-
(A) Portugueses had well equipped ships (B) They had compass for their help
(C) They were very good navigators (D) They were helped by their kings

32. The main cause of the Bloodless Revolution in England was-
(A)    The encouragement of the Rules for Catholic religion in the country
(B)    Curtailing the power of Parliament and making the monarchism powerful
(C)    James II was proved culprit for religious crimes
(D)    All the above causes
33. In 1215 A.D. John was compelled by the Lords to sign on an Agreement which was called-
(A) Bill of Pitition (B) Magna Carta
(C) Pitition of Rights (D) Paris Agreement
34. The Revolutionary who threw a bomb in the Assembly was–
(A) Chandra Shekhar Azad (B) Bhagat Singh
(C) Ram Prasad Bismil (D) Sukh Dev



31. Martin Luther protested against the Pope because–
(A) The Pope enjoyed a luxurious life (B) He encouraged the practice 'Indulgence'

35. Which of the following names is wrongly mentioned among those who were hanged during the time of National Movement?



(A) Sardar Bhagat Singh (B) Sukh Dev (C) Ashafakulla (D) Chandra Shekhar Azad
36.    The International Organization which was
founded on 24th Oct., 1945 is known as-
(A) Red Cross Society (B) U.N.O.
(C) League of Nations (D) Y.M.C.A.
37.    The Cold war means-
(A)    The war of words
(B)    The war without arms
(C)    The war in which the arms are not used but the whole atmosphere of war remains the same between the rival countries
(D)    The war with sticks
38.    The country which used Veto power in
U.N.O. on Kashmir issue in favour of India was-
(A) U.S.A. (B) France
(C) U.S.S.R. (D) England
39.    Harappa is famous as-
(A) A commercial centre of classical India (B) An Urban centre of the Indus Valley civilisation
(C)    A Vedic town of great religious significance
(D)    The capital of an Indian kingdom of classical times

40. By the first century A.D. the new form of Buddhism was known as–
(A) Mahayana (B) Hinayana
(C) Vajrayana (D) Sahajyana
41. After the victory of Kalinga, Ashoka-
(A) Embrassed Buddhist religion (B) Renounced the policy of war and victory
(C) Started the policy of Dhammaghasa (D) All the above  A
42. The Gandhara School of Sculpture was a blend of-
(A) Indian and Greek styles (B) Indian and Persian styles
(C) Was purely Indian in origin (D) Indian and South-East Asian style
43. Akbar's religious policy was characterised by–
(A)    Tolerance towards all religions
(B)    An indiffe Who was the first administrator-statesman to attempt planning as a means for economic development?
44.Sir CP Ramaswami Aiyyar b) M Viswesvarayya

c) VT Krishnamachari



d) C Rajagopalachari
45.    An economy is at the take off stage on its
path to development when it
a)    becomes stagnant
b)    begins steady growth
c)    is liberalized
d)    gets maximum foreign aid
46.    The aim of which of the Five Year Plans was
to correct the disequilibrium in the economy?
a)    First Five Year Plan
b)    Second Five Year Plan
c)    Third Five Year Plan
d)    Fourth Five Year Plan
47.    Which of the following Five Year Plans
recognized human development as the core of
all developmental efforts?
a)    Eighth Five Year Plan
b)    Seventh Five Year Plan
c)    Fifth Five Year Plan
d)    Third Five Year Plan
48.    Which of the following plans aimed at
improving the standard of living?


b)    Fourth Plan
c)    Fifth Plan
d)    Sixth Plan
49.    At which of the following places was the
mining of coal started in 1774?
a)    Chhindwara
b)    Dhanbad
c)    Ranchi
d)    Raniganj
50.    In which of the following years were the
cocking coals and non-cocking coal mines in
India nationalized?
a)    1971 and 1972 repetitively
b)    1972 and 1973 respectively
c)    1973 and 1974 respectively
d)    1970 and 1972 respectively
51.    Which Indian state has the largest number
of cotton textile mills?
a)    Madhya Pradesh
b)    Maharashtra
c)    Gujarat
d)    West Bengal

a) Third Plan



52.    Minor ports like Kakinada, Machilipatnam,
Bheemunipatnam and Krishnapatnam are in
which of the following states?
a)    Tamil Nadu
b)    Andhra Pradesh
c)    Maharashtra
d)    Karnataka
53.    When, for the first time, did the Prime
Minister of India announce the 20-point
Economic Programme?
a)    1973
b)    1974
c)    1975
d)    1976
54.    Which of the following plans aimed at the
removal of poverty and attainment of self-
reliance?
a)    second plan
b)    third plan
c)    fourth plan
d)    fifth plan
55.    Census in India is being held regularly after
every
a)    6 years
b)    8 years
c)    10 years

d) 12 years
56.    People belonging to what age group are
eligible for training under TRYSEM scheme?
a)    18-35
b)    25-40
c)    18-50
d)    18-25
57.    According to the census in 2001, which city
in India has the largest population?
a)    Kolkatta
b)    Mumbai
c)    Delhi
d)    Chennai
58.    In terms of geographical area India occupies
what position in the world?
a)    Five
b)    six
c)    seven
d)    three
59.    India does not share its boundary with
which of the following countries?
a) China



b)    Taiwan
c)    Burma
d)    Bhutan


b)    MS Swaminathan
c)    JP Narayan
d)    Baba Amte



60.Agriculture employs almost what percent of the Indian population?
a)    90
b)    50
c)    40
d)    70
61. Which one of the following is a Kharif crop?
a)    bajra
b)    wheat
c)    mustard
d)    barley

64.    Who was the chief architect of Green
Revolution that significantly improved the
agricultural yield in the country?
a)    MS Swaminathan
b)    VR Krisha Aiyyar
c)    V Kurien
d)    Jawaharlal Nehru
65.    The Chota Nagpur Plateau famous for its
mineral deposits is in
a)    Uttar Pradesh
b)    Jharkhand
c)    Madhya Pradesh
d)    Bihar



62. Which one of the following is a rabi crop?
a)    rice
b)    jowar
c)    cotton
d)    pea
63.Who is known as the ‘Father of White Revolution’?
a) V Kurien

66. The Mumbai Stock Exchange was set up in
a)    1875
b)    1900
c)    1922
d)    1947



67. What does the term NSDL stands for?
a)    National Securities Development Limited
b)    National Securities Depository Limited
c)    National Safety Development Limited
d)    Natural Safety Deployment Limited
68.Which one of the following was launched with the objective of helping the poor in rural areas to become self employed?
a)    DPAP
b)    IRDP
c)    TRYSEM
d)    DDP
69.    In Indian economy, the principal means of
transportation is
a)    airways
b)    railways
c)    waterways
d)    roadways
70.    Which of the following organizations looks
after the credit needs of agriculture and rural
development in India?
a)    FCI
b)    IDBI
c)    NABARD

d) ICAR
71.    Which of the following estimates the
National Income in India?
a)    Central Statistical Organization
b)    National Income Committee
c)    Planning commission
d)    Reserve Bank of India
72.    In India which of the following taxes is
levied by the state governments?
a)    Excise duty on liquor
b)    Capital gains tax
c)    Customs tax
d)    corporation tax
73.    Which industry employs the largest number
of women in India?
a)    tea
b)    textile
c)    jute
d)    coal
74.    Which of the following is not a cash crop?
a)    Jute
b)    groundnut
c)    jowar

FULL d) sugarcane
75.    An economy is at the ‘take off stage on its
path to development when it
a)    becomes stagnant
b)    begins steady growth
c)    is liberalized
d)    gets maximum foreign aid
76.    Which among the following treaties
provided for a common currency for the
member countries of European Community?
a)    Brussels Treaty
b)    Geneva Convention
c)    Maastricht Treaty
d)    Treaty of Versailles
77.    SEBI stands for
a)    Science and Engineering Board of India
b)    Securities and Exchange Board of India
c)    Social Equity Bureau of India
d)    Science and Educational Board of India
78.    With which of the following lies the basic
regulatory authority for mutual funds and stock
markets?

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a)    Reserve bank of India
b)    Government of India
c)    SEBI
d)    Stock Exchanges
79.    With which aspect of commerce are ‘Bulls
and Bears’ associated?
a)    Foreign Trade
b)    Stock Exchange market
c)    banking
d)    international finance
80.    Which of the following is the basic
characteristic of Oligopoly?
a)    a few sellers, one buyer
b)    a few sellers, many buyers
c)    a few sellers, a few buyers
d)    many sellers, few buyers
81.    State Financial Corporations give assistance
mainly to develop
a)    small and medium scale industries
b)    agricultural farms
c)    cotton industry
d)    large scale industries



82. In which of the following fields was the first co-operative movement in India initiated?
a)    agricultural credit
b)    farming activities
c)    consumer co-operation
d)    agricultural marketing
83.All the following are fundamental rights guaranteed by the Indian constitution except -
(A)    The right to equality
(B)    The right against exploitation
(C)    The right to adequate means of livelihood
(D)    The right to freedom of religion
84.    The total number of members in the
legislative council of a state cannot exceed-
(A)    One-fourth of the total numbers in the legislative Assembly
(B)    One-third of the total number of members of the legislative five assembly
(C)    One-sixth of the total number of members of the legislative Assembly
(D)    No such limit has been fixed
85.    Sikkim was made an integral part of India
under the-
(A)    42nd Amendment
(B)    40th Amendment
(C)    39th Amendment

(D) 36th Amendment
86.    The maximum strength of the Lok Sabha
is—
(A)    500
(B)    525
(C)    542
(D)    552
87.    How many language have been recognised
by the constitution ?
(B)    18
(C)    15
(D)    22
88.    The number of Anglo-Indians who can be
nominated by the President to the Lok Sabha
is—
(A)    2
(B)    3
(C)    4
(D)    5
89.    Panchyati Raj is organised at the-
(A)    Block level
(B)    Village and block level
(C)    Village, block and district level



(D) Village, block, district and state level
90. Which of the following courts is responsible for the enforcement of Fundamental Rights ?
(A)    Supreme Court
(B)    High Court
(C)    District Court
(D)    Both (A) and (B) above

2. The Governor of a state is competent to withdraw an ordinace issued in the state at any time.
Which of the statements given above is/are correct ?
(A)    1 only
(B)    2 only
(C)    Both 1 and 2
(D)    Neither 1 nor 2



91. Consider the following statements-
1.    In Part IX of the constitution of India, there is no provision of reservation for women in any seat to be filled by direct election in every Panchayat.
2.    The Eleventh schedule of the constitution of India distributes power between the state legislature and the panchayat just as the seventh schedule distributes powers between the union of India and the states.
Which of the statements given above is/are correct ?
(A)    1 only
(B)    2 only
(C)    Both 1 and 2
(D)    Neither 1 nor 2

93. Consider the following statements-
1.    In the Parliamentary system of India. If the President of India returns a Bill for reconsideration of the Houses; and both the Houses pass the Bill again without any amendment and the Bill is again presented to the President, the President has the power to with hold his assent from the Bill.
2.    As per the constitution of India the union council of ministers is responsible both to the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha.
Which of the statements given above is/are correct ?
(A)    1 only
(B)    2 only
(C)    Both 1 and 2
(D)    Neither 1 nor 2



92. Consider the following statements–
1. The Governor of a state may reserve a Bill for consideration of the President of India.

94. The well-known case of Keshavananda Bharti vs The state of Kerala related to which one of the following issues ?



(A)    Acquiring private land for Government use
(B)    Exploitation of women at work place
(C)    Basic feature of the constitution of India
(D)    Reservation of jobs for the OBCs in the Government service
95. Assertion (A) : In the Indian system, the executive cannot impose any tax without legislative sanction.
Reason (R) : It is expressly laid down by our constitution that no tax can be imposed unless it is authorised by an appropriation Act.
Codes :(A) Both A and R are individually true and R is the correct explanation of A
(B)    Both A and R are individually true but R is not the correct explanation of A
(C)    A is true but R is false
(D)    A is false but R is true
96. Consider the following statements-
1.    The design of the National flag of India was adopted by the Constituent Assembly on 22nd July, 1947.
2.    The National Anthem was first sung on 27th December, 1911 at the Calcutta Session of Indian National Congress.
Which of the statements given above is/are correct ?
(A)    1 only
(B)    2 only


(C)    Both 1 and 2
(D)    Neither 1 nor 2
97.    Money bills can be introduced in the state
legislature with the prior consent of-
(A)    The Speaker
(B)    The Chief Minister
(C)    The Governor
(D)    The President
98.    To be eligible for election as President of
India a person must have completed the age
of-
(A)    35 years
(B)    40 years
(C)    30 years
(D)    25 years
99.    The Planning Commission of India is-
(A)    A statutory body
(B)    An advisory body
(C)    A constitutional body
(D)    An independent and autonomous body
100.    Which of the following states/union
territories has a Legislative Assembly consisting
of only 30 members ?

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(A)    Puducherry
(B)    Mizoram
(C)    Goa
(D)    All the above
101.    The Attorney General of India is appointed
by-
(A)    Chief Justice of India
(B)    The Prime Minister
(C)    The President of India
(D)    The UPSC
102.    The President of India can nominate to the
Rajya Sabha-
(A)    6 members
(B)    9 members
(C)    12 members
(D)    15 members
103.    Which of the following states/union
territories have a common High Court ?
(A)    Uttar Pradesh and Bihar
(B)    Punjab and Jammu and Kashmir
(C)    Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh
(D)    Assam and Bengal

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104.    The most controversial amendment passed
during the emergency was—
(A)    43 rd
(B)    41st
(C)    42nd
(D)    44th
105.    The Union Cabinet is responsible to-
(A)    The Rajya Sabha and the Lok Sabha
(B)    The President of India
(C)    The Lok Sabha only
(D)    The electorate
106.    The Governor of a state in India is—
(A)    Directly elected by the people of the state
(B)    Appointed by the Prime Minister
(C)    Appointed by the President
(D)    Appointed by the State Chief Minister
107.    The total number of members of legislative
council can in no case be less than-
(A)    40
(B)    60
(C)    50
(D)    No minimum strength has been fixed



108.    The right to vote in India is given to all
people on the basis of-
(A)    Education
(B)    Age
(C)    Property
(D)    Religion
109.    The maximum strength of the Legislative
Assembly of a state is-
(A)    450
(B)    500
(C)    400
(D)    525
110.    Parliamentary system in India has been
borrowed from which country ?
(A)    America
(B)    Britain
(C)    Australia
(D)    Ireland
111.    How many members of Rajya Sabha are
nominated by the President ?
(A)    12
(B)    15
(C)    10

112. Which of the following is not a Fundamental Right ?
(A)    Right against exploitation
(B)    Equal pay for equal work
(C)    Equality before law
(D)    Right to freedom of religion
113 - Ambubachi Mela at Kamakhya temple is
an annual festival of which state   
A - Assam
B - Sikkim
C - Kerela
D - Karnatka
114.Which of the following projects has won the 2015 eASIA Award?
[A]DAVA project
[B]PRAGATI project
[C]Mangalyaan Project
[D]Nai Manzil project
115.In which of the following states minimum educational qualification is required for candidates
contesting local panchayat polls?
[A]Bihar and Haryana
[B]Rajasthan and Haryana



(D) 20

[C]Rajasthan and Bihar



[DjBihar and Gujarat
116.Who has been appointed as the new chairman of Competition Commission of India (CO)?
[AjDK Sikri
[BjAmitabh Kant
[CjAshok Chawla
[DjDhanendra Kumar
117Jallikattu, a version of bull fighting is popular in which of the following states?
[AjKarnataka
[BjTelangana
[CJTamil Nadu
[DjAndhra Pradesh
118.Shakti 2016, is the joint military exercise of India with which country?
[AjJapan
[BjFrance
[CjRussia
[D]USA
119.0n which date, Pravasi Bharatiya Divas (PBD) is celebrated in India?
[A]January 4

[B]January 6 [CjJanuary 9 [DjJanuary 11
120.Which one of the following stock exchanges will get its own postage stamp?
[AjBombay Stock Exchange (BSE)
[BjNational Stock Exchange of India Ltd
[C]MCX Stock Exchan«
[DjBangalore Stock Exchange
121. National Youth Festival with the theme Youth for Digital India held at -
1)    Ambala
2)    Rohtak
3)    Noida
4)    Gurugram
122.National Payments Corporation of India, the umbrella organisation for all digital payments in the country has launched new mobile aap for digital payment called -
1)    PayTM
2)    BHIM (Bharat Interface for Money)
3)    UPI
4)    PayU Money
123.The year 2016-17 will be observed by SAARC nations as -
1)    Year of Democracy and Development
2)    Year of Fight Against Terrorism



3)    Year of Cultural Heritage
4)    Year of 'Save the Eart


3)    April 1, 2017
4)    May 1, 2017



124.India's rank in Global Competitiveness Index, 2016-17 is -
1)    39th
2)    55th
3)    58th
4)    66th
125.After India which of the following country has demonetise their high value currency?
1)    Brazil
2)    Colombia
3)    Peru
4)    Venezuela
126.Who among the following is the winner of Miss World 2016 ?
1)    Mireia Lalaguna
2)    Stephanie del Valle Diaz
3)    Yaritza Miguelina Reyes Ramirez
4)    Natasha Mannuela
127.The proposed date of implementing GST is
1)    December 1, 2016
2)    January 1, 2017

128.Who is the chairman of GST Council?
1)    Deputy Chairman of NITI Aayog
2)    Prime Minister
3)    Finance Minister
4)    Finance Secretary
129.Which country inaugurated the world's latest stock exchange?
1)    Ukraine
2)    Singapore
3)    Mayanmar
4)    Malaysia
130. The founder of the weekly newspaper Al-Hilal was
A.Abul Kalam Azad
B.Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan
C.Mohammad Alijinnah
D.Rafi Ahmad Kidwai
131.Which of the following Buddhist councils was held during the reign of Kanishka?
A.First
B.Second



C.Third
D.Fourth
132. Swaraj is my birth right.” Who said?
(A)    Bal Gangadhar Tilak
(B)    Dadabhai Naoroji
(C)    Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose
(D)    BhagatSingh
133.The first Turkish Sultan to cross Vindhyachal ranges was?
(A)    lltutmish
(B)    Balban
(C)    Alauddin Khilji
(D)    Firoz Shah Tughlaq
134 Ajanta Paintings are related with? (A)Jainism
(B)    Brahmanism
(C)    Shaktism
(D)    Buddhism
135.    The author of Anandmath was?
(A)    Bankim Chandra Chatterjee
(B)    Sharat Chandra Chatterjee
(C)    Ravindra Nath Tagore
(D)    S. C. Bose
136.    The author of ‘Poverty and Un- British Rule
in India’ is?
(A) Lala Lajpat Rai


(B)    Dadabhai Naoroji
(C)    Surendra Nath Banerjee
(D)    R. C. Dutt
137. How many Pitakas are in Buddhist literature?
(A)l
(B)    2
(C)    3
JD) 4
138.    In which month Quit India Movement of
1942 started ?
(A)10th January
(B)3rd July
(C)9th August
(D)10th December
139.    Who is the author of Prithviraj Raso?
(A)    Chandabardai
(B)    Gunadhya
(C)    Amir Khusro
(D)    Samdeva 140.Pandyas were centred in?

(A)    Madurai
(B)    Tanjore
(C)    Andhra Pradesh



(D) Kaveripattan
141.    Who among the following was known as
‘Frontier Gandhi’?
(A)    Sir Syed Ali khan
(B)    Syed Amir Ali
(C)    Abul Kalam Azad
(D)    Abdul Gaffar Khan
142.    The founder of Gadar Party was?
(A)    Basudev Balwant Phadke
(B)    Vinay Damodar Savarkar
(C)    Lala Hardayal
(D)    Bhagat Singh
143.    The name of the committee to enquire
Jallianwala Bagh Massacre was?
(A)    Simon Commission
(B)    Hunter Commission
(C)    Raymond Commission
(D)    Linlithgo Commission
144.    Which court was considered as the highest
criminal court of appeal during East India
Company?
(A)    Circuit Court
(B)    Provincial Court
(C)    Sadar Diwani
(D)    Sadar Nizamat

145.    In which Session, Congress demanded
‘Poorna Swaraj’?
(A)    Lucknow Session 1916
(B)    Calcutta Session 1917
(C)    Kanpur Session 1925
(D)    Lahore Session 1929
146.    Which Mauryan ruler was called
‘Amitraghat’ by Greek writers?
(A)    Chandragupta Maurya
(B)    Bindusara
(C)    Ashoka
(D)    Dasharatha
147.The term “rubber “is related with which game?
a.chess
b.polo
c.squash
d.cricket
148.    Dilwara Temple is the example of?
(A)    Buddhist architecture
(B)    Jain architecture
(C)    Mughal architecture (d)) Sultanate
149.    Which one of the following was not
included in the Navratnas of

Akbar?

(A)birbal
(B)    Todarmal
(C)    Mansingh
(D)    Badaoni
150. falcon -9 is related with a.space ship
b.endengered bird species c. military exercice d.none pf the above


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