Solved Indian GK Question Asked In HPSSC Junior Scale Stenographer(Post Code-931) Exam 2022

 

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Solved Indian GK Question Asked In HPSSC Junior Scale Stenographer(Post Code-931)  Exam 2022


1. Open market operations by a Central Bank involves

(A) increase or decrease of discount rate

(B) raising or lowering of marginal requirements

(C) sale and purchase of government securities

D) changing the reserve ratio up & down


2. A dual economy means simultaneous coexistence of

(A) export and domestic sectors

(B) public and private sectors

(C) mining and manufacturing

D)features of advanced and backward economies


3.The boundary line between India and China is called

(A) Radcliffe Line

(B) Durand Line

(C) McMohan Line

(D) None of these


4.NABARD Means:-

(A) National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development

(B) National Agricultural Bank and Rural Development

(C) National Agricultural Board Rural Development

(D) None of these


5.The Panchayati Raj Institutions depend for funds mainly on

(A) Local taxes

(B) Property tax

(C) Govermment finances

(D) Special taxes


6. Interpretation of Indian Constitution is based on the spirit of the

(A) Preamble

(B) Fundamental Rights

(C) Directive Principles

(D) Fundamental Duties


7. Which of the following country has the briefest constitution in the world ?

(A) France

(B) USA

C) UK

(D) Canada



8. The name of Upper House of Indian Parliament is

(A) Rajya Sabha (B) Lok Sabha C) Vidhan Sabha(D) None of these


9. Chairperson and members of State Human Rights Commission are appointed by

(A) President

(B) Governor

(C) Chief Justice of High Court

(D) None of these


10. Stagflation implies a case of

(A) galloping inflation

(B) recession plus inflation

C)adverse balance of trade

(D) rising wages and employment


11. Tulsidas was a contemporary of

(A) Babar

(B) Akbar

(C) Jahangir

D) Shahjahan


12. The first Muslim invasion of India was led by

(A) Mahmud Ghazni

(B) Muhammad Ghori

(C) Muhammad bin Qasim

(D) Timur Lang


13. The last Governor General of India was

(A) Lord Dalhousie

(B) Lord Mountbatten

(C) C. Rajagopalachari

(D) Lord Canning


14. Who is associated with the Local Self-Government Act?

(A) Cornwallis

(B) William Bentinck

C) Dalhousie

(D) Ripon



15. Vallabhbhai Patel was born at

(A) Nadiad (B) Ahmedabad (C) Baroda (D) Borsad


16. Before Delhi, where was the capital of India during the British India?

(A) Lucknow (B) Bombay (C) Calcutta(D) Patna


17. Who commented that Cripps Mission was a post dated cheque on a crashing bank ?

(A) Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel

(B) Mahatma Gandhi

(C) Subhash Chandra Bose

(D) Jawaharlal Nehru


18. Man passed from the food gathering stage to the food producing stage in the

(A) Palacolithic age

(B) Mesolithic age

(C) Chalcolithic age

(D) Neolithic age


19. Which contains the Gayatri Mantra ?

(A) Rig Veda (B) Yajur Veda (C) Upanishads (D) Sama Veda


20. The first discourse of Buddha at Deer Park in Sarnath is called

(A) Mahabhiniskraman

(B) Mahaparinirvana

(C) Mahamastabhisheka

(D) Dharmachakrapravartan


21. During the period of Sungas there was a revival of

(A) Buddhism

(B) Jainism

(C) Brahminism

(D) Zoroastrainism


22. Upanishads also known as the Vedantas are in number

(A) 98

(B) 108

C) 118

(D) 128


23. Which became the most important city of northern India under Harsha ?

(A) Pataliputra (B) Ujjain (C) Kanauj (D) Thaneswar


24. Which ancient Indian state was an autonomous republic ?

(A) Magadh (B) Kosala C) Anga (D) Sakya


25.Chinese Travellers visited India primarily because they were

(A) Interested in Buddhism

(B) Invited by ten Indian Kings

(C) Interested to study Indian Culture

(D) Interested to stay in India..


26. Chandragupta Maurya was born in

(A) 340 Bc

(B) 563 BC

(C) 189 BC

(D) 99 BC


27. Who was called India's Napolean?

(A) Skandagupta

(B) Chandragupta

(C) Brahmagupta

(D) Samudragupta



28. Mahabalipuram reveals the interest of arts of

(A) Pallavas

(B) Cholas

C) Pandyas

(D) Chalukyas


29. During Akbar's reign, who was the Finance Minister of the Mughal empire ?

(A) Raja Todar Mal

(B) Man Singh

(C) Birbal

(D) Tansen


30. "Quwwat-ul-islam" Mosque was built by

(A) Qutub-ud-din Aibak

(B) Alauddin Khilji

(C) IItutmish

(D) Mohammad Adilshah


31.most important commercial forests of India are

(A) Tropical evergreen

(B) Tropical deciduous

(C) Coniferous

(D) Mangrove


32. Flemingo Wildlife Sanctuary has been setup in

(A) Himalayas

(B) Silent Valley

(C) Rann of Kuchchh

(D) Chilka Lake


33. Which is the main source of irigation of agricultural land in India ?

(A) Canals

(B) Wells

(C) Tanks

D) Rivers


34. The largest coal deposit in India is in

(A) Godavari Valley

(B) Brahmani Valley

(C) Damodar Valley

(D) Satpura Valley


35. Nhava Sheva port is located in which State?

(A) Gujarat

(B) West Bengal

(C) Maharashtra

(D) Andhra Pradesh


36. The metal used in storage batteries is

(A) Iron

(B) Copper

(C) Lead

(D) Tin


37.The percentage of carbon is the least in

(A) Grey cast iron

(B) Wrought iron

(C) White cast iron

(D) Steel


38. Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel was equated with

(A) Mazzini

(B) Cavour

(C) Garibaldi

D) Bismarck


39. Which was the first English ship that came to India?

(A) Elizabeth (B) Bengal (C) Red Dragon (D) Mayflower 


40. The Chairman of the Drafting Committee of the Constitution of India was

(A) K.M. Munshi

(B) D.P. Khaitan

(C)Dr. B.R. Ambedkar

(D) T.T. Krishnamachari


41. United Nations Organization" is listed in which list of the Indian Constitution?

(A) Union

(B) State

C) Global

(D) Concurrent


42. For whom, CAG works as a friend, philosopher and guide ?

(A) Public Accounts Committee

(B) Estimates Committee

(C) Finance Ministry

(D) Committee on Public Undertakings


43. A member of Parliament will be suspended from his membership, if he absents the house continuously for

(A) 45 days

(B) 60 days

(C) 90 days

(D) 365 days


44. the spiritual leader associated with the founding of Vijayanagara Kingdom Was

(A) Ramdas

(B) Purandardas

(C) Vidyaranya

(D) Appayya Dikshitar


45. The 'Jaziya' was abolished by

(A) Muhammad bin Tughlaq

(B) Babar

(C) Akbar

(D) Sher Shah


46. Sher Shah's real name was

(A) Hemu

(B) Faizi

(C) Bahadur

(D) Farid


47. Goa was first colonized by

(A) English (B) Dutch (C) French (D) Portuguese


48. The Red Fort at Delhi was built by

(A) Akbar (B) Shahjahan C)Jahangir D) Sher Shah


49.Which of the following continents has the largest area?

(A) Europe

(B) Africa

(C) North America

(D) South America


50. Botswana is the changed name of

(A) Bosnia

(B) Belgrade

(C) Budapest

(D) Bechuana land


51.The main river flowing in J & K is

(A) Jhelum (B) Brahmaputra (C) Chenab (D) satluj


52. In which state the Maikal range situated?

(A) J&K (B) Rajasthan (C) Gujarat (D) M.P.


53. The youngest mountains in India are the

(A) Vindhyas (B) Aravallis (C) Satpuras (D) Himalayas







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