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General Studies (Prelims) Paper- 2005
Q1 Consider the following statements concerning the Indian Railways.
1. The Head Quarters of the North Western Railway are located at Jodhpur.
2. ‘Indrail pass’ - a travel-as-you- please ticket has been created especially for freedom More..

General Studies (Prelims) Paper- 2004
Q1 With reference to Indian Public Finance, consider the following statements:
1. Disbursements from Public Accounts of India are subject to the Vote of Parliament.
2. The Indian Constitution provides for the establishment of a Conso More..

General Studies (Prelims) Paper- 2003
Q1 Alam Khan, one of those who invited Babar to invade India was
(a) An uncle of Ibrahim Lodi and a pretender to the throne of Delhi
(b) A cousin of Ibrahim Lodi who was ill-treated and expelled form the country
(c) The fathe More..

General Studies (Prelims) Paper- 2002
Q1 A complete cycle of a traffic light takes 60 seconds. During each cycle the light is green for 25 second, yellow for 5 second and red for 30 second. At a randomly chosen time, the probability that the light will not be green is
(a) 1/3

General Studies (Prelims) Paper- 2001
Q1 In what way does the Indian Parliament exercise control over the administration?
(a) Through Consultative Committees of various ministries
(b) Through Parliamentary Committees
(c) By making the administrators send periodic More..

General Studies (Prelims) Paper- 2000
Q1 Match List I with List II and select the correct answer using the codes given below the Lists:

I.  Development Programme  (A) UN India Human Development Report
II. National Council of
  Applied More..

General Studies (Prelims) Paper- 1999
Q1 One consistent feature found in the history of southern India was the growth of small regional kingdoms rather than large empires because of
(a) the absence of minerals like iron
(b) too many divisions in the social structure

General Studies (Prelims) Paper- 1998
Q1. Some time back, the Government of India, decided to delicense ‘white goods’ industry. ‘White goods’ include
(a) stainless steel and aluminium utensils
(b) milk and milk products
(c) items purchased for conspicuous consump More..

General Studies (Prelims) Paper- 1997
Q1. About 50% of the world population is concentrated between the latitudes of
(a) 5°N and 20°N
(b) 20°N and 40°N
(c) 40°N and 60°N
(d) 20°S and 40°S
Q2. After consolidating his power, Balban as More..

General Studies (Prelims) Paper- 1996
Q1 The meeting of Indian and British political leaders during 1930-32 in London has often been referred to as the First. Second and Third Round Table Conferences. It would be incorrect to refer to them as such because
(a) the Indian National More..

General Studies (Prelims) Paper- 1995
Q1. A meteor is
(a) a rapidly moving star
(b) a piece of matter which has entered the earth’s atmosphere from outer space
(c) part of a constellation
(d) a comet without a tail
Q2. The word ‘Hin More..

General Studies (Prelims) Paper- 1994
Q1 Indian expertise was recently used in the archaeological restoration of the monuments at
(a) Jerusalem
(b) Angkor Wat
(c) Rome
(d) Yucatan
Q2 The earliest evidence of silver in India is found More..

General Studies (Prelims) Paper- 1993
Q1 The last in the succession of Jaina Tirthankaras was
(a) Parsvanatha
(b) Rishabha
(c) Mahavira
(d) Manisubrata
Q2 The abolition of the I.A.S. and the I.P.S. has been recommended by the

General Studies (Prelims) Paper- 1992
Q1 The gas used for artificial ripening of green fruits is
(a) Carbon dioxide
(b) Ethane
(c) Hydrogen
(d) acetylene (ethyne)
Q2 The average growth achieved during the Seventh Five-Year Plan in I More..

General Studies (Prelims) Paper- 1991
Q1 Rabies is caused by a
(a) Virus and it affects the nervous system
(b) Virus and it affects the cardiovascular system
(c) Bacteria and it affects the nervous system
(d) Bacteria and it affects the cardiovascular sys More..

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