Stenographer for Today Tuesday, 15 October 2019



  Total Questions : 30
  Total Duration : 720 Seconds.

Question 1: The uppermost area of the source from which a river originates is called?

    A. crepton
    B. crescon
    C. crinon
    D. crenon

Question 2: What does NMCC stand for?

    A. National Marketing Competitiveness Council
    B. National Material Competitiveness Council
    C. National Manufacturing Competitiveness Council
    D. National Measure of Competitiveness Council

Question 3: Due to which element does the planet Mercury appear red?

    A. Copper
    B. Lead
    C. Iron
    D. Steel

Question 4: What were the spies called in those times?

    A. munhiyans
    B. munshiyans
    C. guptchar
    D. guptichir

Question 5: Which was most prevalent in the Vedic System?

    A. child marriage
    B. sati system
    C. race discrimination
    D. caste system

Question 6: In which territories was the Kushan empire formed?

    A. Lalitan
    B. Bactrian
    C. Beiliang
    D. Cosmisics

Question 7: India`s first Noble Prize was given for:

    A. Chemistry
    B. Medicine
    C. Physics
    D. Literature

Question 8: Kiran Desai received Man Booker Prize for

    A. The Tin Drum
    B. Hullabaloo in the Guava Orchard
    C. The Inheritance of Loss
    D. One hundred years of solitude

Question 9: during 2002, the United Nation`s International Conference on Environment was held in

    A. Tokyo
    B. Rio-de-Jeniro
    C. Hongkong
    D. Johanesburg

Question 10: What was the year of execution of the Mahatma Gandhi Act?

    A. 2003
    B. 2004
    C. 2005
    D. 2006

Question 11: What was the target growth in the third FYP?

    A. 5%
    B. 5.60%
    C. 5.70%
    D. 5.90%

Question 12: A supply curve can be conceptualised in which market?

    A. perfect competitor
    B. monopolistic competition
    C. open market
    D. close market

Question 13: Which was the earliest metals used by humas?

    A. gold
    B. silver
    C. tin
    D. copper

Question 14: What type of solid is glass?

    A. perfect
    B. equal
    C. amorphous
    D. crystalline

Question 15: What is the unit of catalyst defined as?

    A. Pascal
    B. Katal
    C. Ampere
    D. Columine

Question 16: Gaseous exchange occurs by which process?

    A. respiration
    B. diffusion
    C. inhalation
    D. exhalation

Question 17: Which type of blood vessels pump blood to the heart?

    A. pulomanry veins
    B. veins
    C. pulmonary arteries
    D. arteries

Question 18: What is Mo-nitrogenase?

    A. enzyme
    B. hormone
    C. catalyst
    D. inhibitor

Question 19: In which schedule is the term "citizen" related to the company mentioned?

    A. first
    B. second
    C. third
    D. fourth

Question 20: Who appoints the State Election Commissioner ?

    A. Prime Minister
    B. Chief Minister of State
    C. Governor
    D. President

Question 21: In which years election was EVM first used?

    A. 1992
    B. 1982
    C. 1972
    D. 1962

Question 22: When a state is ruled by a person of any political system, is called

    A. Kingdom
    B. Reign
    C. Democracy
    D. Monarchy

Question 23: Insipid

    A. Palatable
    B. Delicious
    C. Tasty
    D. Appetising

Question 24: Cling

    A. Addhere
    B. Hung
    C. Steak
    D. Clutch

Question 25: Choose the correct option that satisfies the logic behind building the code in the questions.
How is ILL coded, if BAD is coded as AZC.

    A. HKK
    B. KKH
    C. KHH
    D. HHK

Question 26: 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

Question 27: Which force resists relative motion?

    A. circular force
    B. oscillatory force
    C. frictional force
    D. physical force

Question 28: Study of dynamics fall under how many categories?

    A. 2
    B. 3
    C. 4
    D. 5

Question 29: A clock strikes once at 1:00, twice at 2:00, thrice at 3:00 and so on. If it takes 10 seconds to strike at 6:00, find the time taken to strike at 12:00.

    A. 18 s
    B. 22 s
    C. 24 s
    D. 26 s

Question 30: Four man A, B, C, D start from a common point. The following information are known about them:
A moved 5 m to the North.
B moved 7 m to the East.
C moved 8 m towards the South.
D moved 6 m towards the West.
A, B, C and D drove towards the right travelling 6m, 8m, 9m and 7m respectively.
A, B, C and D took a left turn and further travelled 2m, 3m, 4m and 5m respectively.
Finally the men stopped their cars.
What is the approximate distance of B from C?

    A. 20 m
    B. 18 m
    C. 21 m
    D. 19 m

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