Union public service commission for Today Friday, 24 May 2019



  Total Questions : 30
  Total Duration : 720 Seconds.

Question 1: What type of a rock can we consider Limestone to be?

    A. Metamorphic
    B. Igneous
    C. Calcious rock
    D. Sedimentary

Question 2: What percentage of Indias trade is approximately, carried out by ships or water transport?

    A. 80%
    B. 90%
    C. 50%
    D. 70%

Question 3: The longest expressway in India, connects Greater Noida with which state?

    A. Uttaranchal
    B. Uttarakhand
    C. Uttar Pradesh
    D. Himachal Pradesh

Question 4: What is Dharmamangala?

    A. scripture
    B. religious writing
    C. text
    D. book

Question 5: Delhi Sultanate belonged to which religion?

    A. Hindu
    B. Muslim
    C. Sikh
    D. Jain

Question 6: Who reinstated Marys Law?

    A. Elizabeth I
    B. Elizabeth II
    C. Victoria
    D. Diana

Question 7: Who was the first Indian martyr in United Kingdom ?

    A. Savarkar
    B. Haridayal
    C. Madanlal Dhingra
    D. Mohan Singh Bhakna

Question 8: Who founded the `Amrita Bazar Patrika` ?

    A. Surendranath Banerjee
    B. Barindra Ghosh
    C. Kirshna Kumar Miua
    D. Sisir Kumar Ghosh

Question 9: India`s air to air missile, which was successfully testfired in 2003 is

    A. Astra
    B. Tejas
    C. Vajra
    D. Tejaswini

Question 10: Which Indian states annual GDP is 130$ billion ?

    A. West Bengal
    B. Karnataka
    C. Delhi
    D. Uttar Pradesh

Question 11: What is the present value of Indian currency to US Dollars?

    A. 66.67
    B. 66.68
    C. 66.69
    D. 66.6

Question 12: International trade represents a share of

    A. NI
    B. IRR
    C. GDP
    D. GNP

Question 13: In which type of reactions, more side products are produced?

    A. catalytic
    B. reversible
    C. irreversible
    D. stoicheometric

Question 14: Who introduced the word "colligative"?

    A. William Rontgen
    B. Henry Masfield
    C. Marie Curie
    D. Wilhelm Ostwald

Question 15: What is the method of removing valuable metals from their ores called?

    A. metallurgy
    B. active metallurgy
    C. extractive mettalurgy
    D. passive metallurgy

Question 16: What does cell division maintain?

    A. cell surface
    B. cytokinesis
    C. genome
    D. karyokinesis

Question 17: How many categories is possible for medical disorders?

    A. 2
    B. 3
    C. 4
    D. 5

Question 18: Bacterias thrive upto how many meters below sea level?

    A. 500
    B. 540
    C. 560
    D. 580

Question 19: Who can remove the death sentence of a person?

    A. Prime Minister
    B. Governor
    C. President
    D. President of Supreme Court

Question 20: The Citizenship Act has been amended by Amendment act of which year, among these?

    A. 1950
    B. 1952
    C. 1975
    D. 1986

Question 21: Who has the authority to select the candidates for voting system?

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

Question 22: Wherever you go, I will follow you.

    A. Simple
    B. Compound
    C. Complex
    D. Negative

Question 23: Because they were tired, they could not walk their way home.

    A. Simple
    B. Compound
    C. Complex
    D. Negative

Question 24: Nod off

    A. Fall asleep
    B. feel happy
    C. feel sad
    D. feel tired

Question 25: The difference between the simple and compound interest on a certain sum of money at 5% rate of interest p.a. for two years is Rs.15. Find the sum.

    A. Rs.6500
    B. Rs.5500
    C. Rs.6000
    D. Rs.7000

Question 26: If one edge of a 6-inch ruler is to be marked in 1/10 inch units, how many marks will there be on the edge including the 0 and 6 inch marks?

    A. 61
    B. 60
    C. 600
    D. 101

Question 27: Which law is applied in work and energy?

    A. law of conservation of energy
    B. law of conservation of mass
    C. law of conservation of force
    D. law of conservation of acceleration

Question 28: By which mathematical operation can impulse be calculated?

    A. differentiation
    B. integration
    C. both the operations
    D. none of the operations

Question 29: Following statement followed by four conclusions. Choose the correct conclusion:
I can pass my exam if I am able to swim.

    A. I can swim so I can pass my exam
    B. I cannot pass my exam which means that I cannot swim
    C. I can swim so I cannot pass the exam
    D. Both A and B

Question 30: The calendar for the year 2007 will be the same for which year

    A. 2014
    B. 2016
    C. 2017
    D. 2018

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