GENERAL AWARENESS ( NICL (GIC) ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER (FINANCE) EXAM, 15-12-2013 ) – Previous Year Paper

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GENERAL AWARENESS

 

  1. How many fundamental rights are now guaranteed under the Constitution of India?
    (1) 8
    (2) 7
    (3) 6
    (4) 9

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    Solution:2
  2. The short-term variations of the atmosphere, ranging from minutes to months are called
    (1) Climate
    (2) Weather
    (3) Temperature
    (4) Humidity

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    Solution:2
  3. The warmest sea amongst the following is
    (1) the Tasma Sea
    (2) the Baltic Sea
    (3) the Beaufort Sea
    (4) the Red Sea

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    Solution:4
  4. Which of the following places does not have a Railway Production Unit?
    (1) Bhopal
    (2) Kapurthala
    (3) Perambur
    (4) Hyderabad

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    Solution:4
  5. Which of the following events is not correct?
    (1) Simon Commission- 1927
    (2) Salt Satyagraha – 1930
    (3) Gandhi-Irwin Pact – 1931
    (4) Quit India Movement -1941

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    Solution:4
  6. The world’s highest plateau is the
    (1) Canadian
    (2) Deccan
    (3) Bolivian
    (4) Tibetan

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    Solution:4
  7. The Rhine river of northern Europe empties into
    (1) the Baltic Sea
    (2) the North sea
    (3) the Bay of Biscay
    (4) the Adriatic Sea

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    Solution:2
  8. The ‘Doing Business Report’ is prepared by which of the following organisations every year?
    (1) World Bank
    (2) Asian Development Bank (ADB)
    (3) International Monetary Fund (IMF)
    (4) None of these

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    Solution:1
  9. The planets that are called superior planets are
    (1) Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars and Jupiter
    (2) Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune
    (3) Mercury, Venus, Neptune and Earth
    (4) Earth, Uranus, Mars, Saturn and Jupiter

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    Solution:2
  10. Where did Babar die?
    (1) Agra
    (2) Delhi
    (3) Kabul
    (4) Lahore

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    Solution:1
  11. The process that explains the recent changes in the height of sea level in coastal areas of east ern and northern Canada and Scandinavia is
    (1) isostasy
    (2) continental drift
    (3) plate tectonics
    (4) None of these

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    Solution:1
  12. Retreating monsoon causes sporadic rainfall in which of the following areas?
    (1) Coast of North Maharashtra
    (2) Northern Chhattisgarh
    (3) Maiwa plateau and Vidarbha region
    (4) Coast of TamilNadu

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    Solution:4
  13. During the time of Confucius. China was and the rule of which of the following dynasties?
    (1) Chau
    (2) Sunga
    (3) Sui
    (4) Han

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    Solution:1
  14. The Mid-day Meal Scheme was launched and implemented by the Ministry of Human Resource Development from____ for the benefit of students in primary schools.
    (1) 26 January 1985
    (2) 15 August 1985
    (3) 26 January 2005
    (4) 15 August 2005

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  15. What is the other name of the ‘Tocharians’ who came to India after the disintegration of Mauryan empire?
    (1) Indo-Greeks
    (2) Sakas
    (3) Parthians
    (4) Kushanas

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    Solution:4
  16. When did the World Trade Organisation, which sets out rules for world trade. come into force?
    (1) 1948
    (2) 1951
    (3) 1954
    (4) 1995

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    Solution:4
  17. The percentage of sun’s radiation reflected back into space is about
    (1) 36 per cent
    (2) 47 per cent
    (3) 17 per cent
    (4) None of these

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    Solution:1
  18. Following the famous Quit India resolve, the top Congress leaders were arrested on
    (1) 8 August 1942
    (2) 9 August 1942
    (3) 11 August 1942
    (4) 12 August 1942

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    Solution:2
  19. Who among the following authors translated the famous work, “Kitabal-Hind” into English?
    (1) Walter Roper Lawrence
    (2) E. Sachau
    (3) Al-Muqaddsi
    (4) S. Rahim

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    Solution:2
  20. ‘Economics is what is ought to be. This statement refers to :
    (1) Normative Economics
    (2) Positive Economics
    (3) Monetary Economics
    (4) Fiscal Economics

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    Solution:1

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