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SSC Combined Graduate Level Solved GK Paper-July 2011

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SSC Combined Graduate Level (TIER1) Exam 2011
Solved GK Paper (Exam held on 26th June 2011)
1. Hiuen Tsang visited India during the reign of
    a) Chandragupta I
    b) Chandragupta II
    c)
Harshavardhana
    d) Rudradaman
2. The Muslim adventurer who destroyed the Nalanda University was
    a) All-ud-din Khilji
    b) Muhammad-bin-Tughlak
    c)
Muhammad-bin-Bhaktiyar
    d) Muhammad-bin-Quasim
3. Painting reached its highest level of development during the reign of
    a) Akbar
    b) Aurangzeb
    c)
Jahangir
    d) Shah Jahan
4. The communal electorate was introduced for the first time in India in
    a) 1919
    b) 1935
    c) 1906
    d)
1909
5. The two states which had non-Congress Ministries in 1937 were
    a)
Bengal and Punjab
    b) Punjab and NWFP
    c) Madras and Central Provinces
    d) Bihar and Uttar Pradesh
6. Sea breeze is formed during
    a)
Day time
    b) Night time
    c) Both
    d) Seasonal
7. What percentage of world’s freshwater is stored as glacial ice?
    a) 50%
    b) 10%
    c)
70%
    d) 30%
8. Which one of the following rivers of India does not make a delta?
    a) Ganges
    b) Godavari
    c) Mahanadi
    d)
Tapti
9. The pass located in Himachal Pradesh is
    a)
Shipkila
    b) Zojila
    c) Nathula
    d) Jelepla
   
10. Which one of the following state has longest coastline?
    a) Maharashtra
    b) Tamil Nadu
    c)
Gujarat
    d) Andhra Pradesh
11. Match the following and select the correct answer from the codes given below:
        Crops                        Producing state
     a) Tea                     (1) Himachal Pradesh
     b) Sugarcane           (2) Assam
     c) Groundnut           (3) Uttar Pradesh
     d) Apple                  (4) Gujarat
     A) a-2, b-4, c-1, d-3
     B)
a-2, b-3, c-4, d-1
     C) a-3, b-2, c-1, d-4
     D) a-4, b-3, c-1, d-2
12. An example of false fruit is
     a)
Apple
     b) Guava
     c) Mango
     d) Tomato
13. Normal fasting blood sugar level per 100ml. of blood in man is
     a) 30 – 50 mg
     b) 50 – 70 mg
     c)
80 – 100 mg
     d) 120 – 140 mg
14.The rate of Interest is determined by
     a) The rate of return on the capital invested
     b) Central Governement
     c)
Liquidity preference
     d) Commercial Banks
15. The vector of disease sleeping sickness is
    a) sand-fly
    b) house-fly
    c) fruit-fly
    d)
tse-tse fly
16. For how many years have the dinosaurs been extinct?
     a) About 25 million years
     b)
About 65 million years
     c) About 100 million years
     d) About 135 million years
17. A geostationary satellite revolves round the earth from
     a) East to West
     b)
West to East
     c) North to South
     d) South to North
18.Among the following materials sound travels fastest in
     a)
Steel
     b) Air
     c) Vaccum
     d) Water

19. The rear side of the moon was photographed by
     a) Viking I
     b) Viking II
     c)
Luna III
     d) Mariner IX
22. Microsoft Office’s personal information manager is
     a)
Outlook
     b) Internet Explorer
     c) Organizer
     d) Access
23. Hard steel contains
     a) 2 to 5 percent carbon
     b)
0.5 to 1.5 percent carbon
     c) 0.1 to 0.4 percent carbon
     d) 0.01 to 0.04 percent carbon
24. Cement is formed by strongly heating a mixture of
     a) limestone and graphite
     b)
limestone and clay
     c) chalk and graphite
     d) clay and graphite
25. Glass is
     a) superheated solid
     b)
supercooled liquid
     c) supercooled gas
     d) superheated liquid
26. The temperature of oxy-acetylene flame is around
     a) 2800
oC
     b)
3200 oC
     c) 4000 oC
     d) 1500
oC
27. Which is the most stable eco-system?
     a)
Desert
     b) Ocean
     c) Mountain
     d) Forest
28. Lambert’s law is related to
     a) Reflection
     b) Refraction
     c) Interference
     d)
Illumination
29. The coral reefs are the marine counterparts of
     a) Temperate forests
     b)
Tropical rain forests
     c) Savannahs
     d) Scrubland
30. The Refrigerant ‘FERON’ is
     a) Calcium
     b)
Difluoro Dichloro Methane
     c) Fluorspar and Felspar
     d) Hydrofluosilicic Acid
31. In the budget speech on Februrary 28, 2011, the
Finance Minister has announced that an interantional award with the prize money of 
Rs. 1 crore is being instituted in the memory of Rabindranath Tagore for promoting
     a) international peace
     b) emancipation of underprivileged
     c)

universal brotherhood

    
d) human rights
32. The strong earthquake-cum-tsunami which has
Japan’s main island Honshu by a few feet has
     also caused Eart’s axis to wobble by about
     a) 1 inch
     b) 2 inches
     c)
4 inches
     d) 6 inches
33. WIKILEAKS, a whistleblowers website is an international
organisation based in
     a) U.S.A
     b) U.K.
     c)
Sweden
     d) Norway

34. ‘Nomadic Elephant’ was the joint military exercise held some
time back in India between India and
     a) China
     b) U.S.A
     c) Russia
     d)
Mongolia

35. The maximum limit on poll expenditure for parliamentary constituencies has been raised in
     February, 2011 to
     a) 30 lakhs
     b) 35 lakhs
     c)
40 lakhs
     d) 50 lakhs

36. Who received Sangeet Natak Akademi’s Ustad Bismillah Khan Yuva P
uraskar for Dance in 2009?
     a) Omkar Shrikant Dadakar
     b)
Ragni Chander Sarkar
     c) Abanti Chakravorty
and Sukracharya Rabha
     d) K. Nellai manikandan

37. Which of the following folk dances is associated with
jammu and Kashmir?
     a) Jhora
     b) Veedhi
     c)
Rauf
     d) Suisini
38. Which of the following books has been written by Kamla Das?
     a) Witness the Night
     b) The Red Devil
     c) Earth and Ashes
     d)
Tonight
This Savage Rite
39. Who invented the Jet Engine?
     a) Karl Benz
     b)
Sir Frank Whittle

     c) Thomas Savery
     d) Michael Faraday
40. South – South dialouge is associated with
     a)
Co-operation among developing nations
     b) Arms conference
     c) Summit meeting between developed and developing countires
     d) All the above
41. The reserves held by Commercial Banks over and above the statutory minimum, with the RBI
     are called
     a) Cash reserves
     b) Deposit reserves
     c)
Excess reserves
     d) Momentary reserves
42. Who is authorised to issue coins in India?
     a) Reserve Bank of India
     b)
Ministry of Finance
     c) State Bank of India
     d) Indian Overseas Bank
43. Which four countries are called the Asian Tigers?
     a)
Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan
     b) Hong Kong, China, Singapore, Taiwan
     c) Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, China
     d) Hong Kong, South Korea, China, Taiwan
44. In the Budget Estimates for 2011-12, an allocation of Rs. 300 crore has been made for promoting
     output of pulses in 60,000 villages in rainfed areas with a view to  attaining self sufficiency in pulses
     in a period of
     a) two years
     b)
three years
     c) four years
     d) five years
45. in the budget for 2011-12 presented by the Finance Minister on 28-2-2011, the growth rate for the
     year 2010-11 was projected at
     a) 7.6%
     b) 8.0%
     c)
8.6%
     d) 9.0%
46. The ‘break-even’ point is where
     a) mariginal revenue equals mariginal cost
     b)
average revenue equals average cost
     c) total revenue equals total cost
     d) none of the above
47. The method of Impeachment of President of India is adopted from
     a)
U.S.A
     b) U.K.
     c) U.S.S.R
     d) France
48. In the Eighth Schedule of the
Constitution of India, which languages were added subsequently?
     a) English,  Sindhi, Marathi, Sanskrit
     b) Sanskrit,  Sindhi, Konkani, Manipuri
     c)

Sindhi,  Konkani, Manipuri, Nepali

     d) Marathi, Oriya, Konkani, Nepali

49. Indian Parliament means
     a) Rajya Sabha – Lok Sabha
     b) Rajya Sabha – Lok Sabha – Prime Minister
     c)

President of India – Rajya Sabha – Lok Sabha

    
d) President of India – Vice-President of India – Rajya Sabha – Lok Sabha


50. Generally, the soil of the
northern plains of India has been formed by
     a) degradation
     b)

aggradation

    
c) weathering in situ
     d) erosion





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