Public Service Commission All State for Today Tuesday, 23 July 2019

(EVERY DAY FRESH QUESTION SET UPDATED !!!)

Test

  Total Questions : 30
  Total Duration : 720 Seconds.


Question 1: What is the distance covered by the NH7 of India?

    A. 2369 km
    B. 2639 km
    C. 2693 km
    D. 2396 km

Question 2: Evergreen vegetation in mountain forest vegetation is found up till what height of Himalayan foothills?

    A. 1000 m
    B. 1500 m
    C. 2000 m
    D. 1300 m

Question 3: What are those scientists referred as who study rocks?

    A. Geologists
    B. Rockologists
    C. Stonologists
    D. Petrologists

Question 4: Indo-Aryan languages were introduced in which theory?

    A. Indo-Aryan migratory theory
    B. Indo-aryan lingustic theory
    C. Indo-aryan kinesics theory
    D. Indo-Aryan palentologic Theory

Question 5: Qadiri saints depended on which segment of the religion?

    A. non-violence
    B. liberation
    C. enlightenment
    D. orthodoxy

Question 6: How was Chandragupta related to Ghatotkatcha?

    A. father
    B. son
    C. grandfather
    D. grandson

Question 7: The Indian city which has been declared World Book Capital for the year 2003-04 is

    A. Kolkata
    B. Jaipur
    C. New Delhi
    D. Bangalore

Question 8: The best milch breed in the world is:

    A. Deoni
    B. Holstein - Friesian
    C. Sindhi
    D. Chittagong

Question 9: Who demarcated the boundaries between India and Pakistan as the Chairman of the Boundary Commission?

    A. V. P. Menon
    B. SiRCyriRadcliffe
    C. Stafford Cripps
    D. Lord Pethick Lawrence

Question 10: How many types of exchange rate are there?

    A. 2
    B. 3
    C. 4
    D. 5

Question 11: What would be the percent of the newly imposed cess on all taxable services?

    A. 0.02
    B. 0.05
    C. 0.06
    D. 0.08

Question 12: In which year was the SBI Act passed?

    A. 1952
    B. 1953
    C. 1954
    D. 1955

Question 13: Hydrogen has ----- isotpes

    A. 4
    B. 1
    C. 6
    D. 3

Question 14: The fast moving alfa particle are..

    A. hydrogen atoms
    B. Protons
    C. Helium nuclei
    D. Electrons

Question 15: What is the taste of acids?

    A. bitter
    B. sour
    C. sweet
    D. tasteless

Question 16: Which blood vessels carry the blood away from the heart?

    A. arteries
    B. veins
    C. lymph nodes
    D. capillaries

Question 17: A site where glycolisation takes place?

    A. miochondria
    B. endoplasmic reticulum
    C. ribosomes
    D. golgi bodies

Question 18: Who was the first person to coin the term "biological diversity"?

    A. Robert Hooke
    B. Raymond Dasmann
    C. Henry Hoffmann
    D. Karl Landsteiner

Question 19: Who is the Chairman of Superior Civil Services of Royal Commission?

    A. Lord Mountbatten
    B. Lord Canning
    C. Lord Hastings
    D. Lord Lee

Question 20: In which list are the non-mentioned subjects written?

    A. Concurrent
    B. Union
    C. Residuary
    D. State

Question 21: How many years a person may be the President at a time?

    A. 2 years
    B. 3 years
    C. 4 years
    D. 5 years

Question 22: Ridhhi is such a conscientious workers that he reads each of the report twice to make sure that they are error free.

    A. Ridhhi is such a conscientious
    B. workers that he reads each of the report
    C. twice to make sure
    D. No error.

Question 23: The begger is asking for __________ one rupee coin.

    A. an
    B. the
    C. a
    D. none of these

Question 24: You

    A. Your
    B. Yours
    C. You
    D. Our

Question 25: Following word is a pattern. Choose the option that best suits the pattern in the question.
ADGJM


    A. RUXA
    B. AWSTIY
    C. MDGSA
    D. BCGDE

Question 26: tell the relationship Window is to pane as book is to

    A. novel
    B. glass
    C. cover
    D. page

Question 27: the air space between poles of magnet is called

    A. air gap
    B. free space
    C. vacuum
    D. atmosphere

Question 28: What is the Latin form of the adjective of word lever?

    A. lavare
    B. levoire
    C. levare
    D. levour

Question 29: Here are six sentences. Choose the correct option in which the set of three sentences are logically related.
All buses are taxis. All buses are cars. Some cars are bikes. Some taxis are cars. All taxis are cars. No bikes are taxis.


    A. cdf
    B. abe
    C. cef
    D. acd

Question 30: Here are six sentences. Choose the correct option in which the set of three sentences are logically related.
All lions are elephants. No pig is a tiger. Some elephants are not pigs. Some lions are not pigs. Some pigs are elephants. Some lions are tigers.


    A. fbd
    B. dca
    C. fde
    D. Both A and B




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