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SDA General knowledge Question Paper (E) 2011

KPSC : Second Division Assistant: General knowledge Question Paper

 

1. Solar energy results from
  (1) nuclear fission
  (2) nuclear fusion
  (3) combustion
  (4) chemical reaction
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) nuclear fusion


2. Which of the following gases is mainly responsible for producing the greenhouse effect?
  (1) Oxygen
  (2) Nitrogen
  (3) Ozone
  (4) Carbon dioxide
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Carbon dioxide


3. The magnitude of the intensity of an earthquake is measured by the following scale:
  (1) Richter
  (2) Kelvin
  (3) Pascal
  (4) Newton
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) Richter


4. Which of the following is a semiconductor?
  (1) Wood
  (2) Copper
  (3) Silicon
  (4) Diamond
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Silicon


5. The type of radiation transmitted when a remote control is used to operate a TV is
  (1) Infra-red
  (2) Ultra-violet
  (3) X-ray
  (4) Gamma ray
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) Infra-red


6. Which of the following is caused due to the deficiency of iron?
  (1) Anaemia
  (2) Night-blindness
  (3) Scurvy
  (4) Beri-beri
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) Anaemia


7. which is the largest gland in the human body?
  (1) Thyroid
  (2) Pituitary
  (3) Pineal
  (4) Liver
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Liver


8. In which layer of the atmosphere is ozone present?
  (1) Troposphere
  (2) Stratosphere
  (3) Mesospehere
  (4) Thermosphere
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Stratosphere


9. Sir C.V.Raman was awarded Nobel Prize in Physics for his work on
  (1) Scattering
  (2) Interference
  (3) Diffraction
  (4) Polarisation
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) Scattering


10. Mirages observed on hot summer days are due to
  (1) Reflection
  (2) Refraction
  (3) Total Internal Reflection
  (4) Both Reflection and Refraction
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Total Internal Reflection


11. A Satelite orbiting round the Earth appears stationary when
  (1) its time period is one day and is rotating in the same sense as that of the Earth
  (2) its time period is one day and its rotation is normal to the direction of the Earth
  (3) its time period is 12 hours and it is rotating in the same direction as that of the Earth
  (4) its time period is 12 hours and it is rotating normal to the earth
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) its time period is one day and is rotating in the same sense as that of the Earth


12. Which form of carbon is a good conductor?
  (1) Amorphous
  (2) Diamond
  (3) Graphite
  (4) Coal
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Graphite


13. Which of the following combinations of properties would be most desirable for a cooking pot?
  (1) High specific heat and low thermal conductivity
  (2) Low specific heat and high thermal conductivity
  (3) High specific heat and high thermal conductivity
  (4) Low specific heat and low thermal conductivity.
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Low specific heat and high thermal conductivity


14. A 25 watt-220 volt bulb and 100 watt-220 volt bulb are connected in series across a 220 volt line. Then
  (1) 25 watt bulb will glow brightly
  (2) 100 watt bulb will glow brightly
  (3) Both will glow equally brightly
  (4) None will glow
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) 25 watt bulb will glow brightly


15. Which of the following is not correct in relation to the prescribed qualifications for the post of President?
  (1) Must be a citizen of India
  (2) Must be a sitting member of Parliament
  (3) Must be of the age of 35 years and above
  (4) Must not be holding any office of profit under the Government of India or Government of any State.
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Must be a sitting member of Parliament


16. Which one of the following is not correct?
All citizens have
  (1) right to freedom of speech and expression
  (2) not right to express their dissent in their speech and expression
  (3) right to move freely throughout India
  (4) right to practise any profession or carry on any trade
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) not right to express their dissent in their speech and expression


17. The judge of a High Court may resign by writing under his hand, addressed to
  (1) The Chief Justice of that High Court
  (2) The Chief Justices of India
  (3) The Governor of that State
  (4) The President of India
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) The President of India


18. Union Public Service Commission shall be consulted
  (1) on the manner in which provisions for reservations of appointments or posts in favour of any backward class of citizens, which is not adequately represented in the services, be made
  (2) on the principles to be followed in making promotions and transfers from one service to another
  (3) On the principles to be followed in making appointments to civil services and posts
  (4) on all matters relating to methods of recruitment to civil services and for civil posts
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) on the principles to be followed in making promotions and transfers from one service to another
OR
(3) On the principles to be followed in making appointments to civil services and posts
OR
(4) on all matters relating to methods of recruitment to civil services and for civil posts


19. In which of the following, is a person not considered as a citizen of India under the Constitution for India?
At the time of commencement of the Constitution
  (1) a person domiciled in the territory of India and born in the territory of India
  (2) a person domiciled in the territory of India and either of whose parents was born in the territory of India
  (3) a person domiciled in the territory of India and has been ordinarily resident in the territory of India since 15th Augus, 1947.
  (4) a person domiciled in the territory of India and who has been ordinarily resident in the territory of India for not less than five years immediately preceding such commencement of the Constitution
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) a person domiciled in the territory of India and has been ordinarily resident in the territory of India since 15th Augus, 1947.


20. Which one of the following phrases is appearing in the Preamble to the Constitution of India?
  (1) Sovereign Democratic Republic
  (2) Sovereign Socialist Secular Democratic republic
  (3) Sovereign Socialist Republic
  (4) Sovereign Socialist Democratic Republic
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Sovereign Socialist Secular Democratic republic


21. No citizen shall be denied admission into any educational institution receiving aid out of State funds, on grounds
  (1) only of religion
  (2) only of language
  (3) only of caste or race
  (4) only of religion, language, race or caste or any of them
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) only of religion, language, race or caste or any of them


22. All minorities, whether based on religion or language shall have the right to
  (1) only establish educational institutions
  (2) only administer educational institutions
  (3) establish and administer educational institutions of their choice.
  (4) establish and administer educational institutions as per the policy of the Government of India.
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) establish and administer educational institutions of their choice.


23. Fundamental Rights guaranteed by the Constitution can be enforced by the following courts:
  (1) Supreme Court only
  (2) High Courts only
  (3) Any Court in India
  (4) Any High Court, supreme Court
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Any High Court, supreme Court


24. The state shall provide free and compulsory education to all children
  (1) of the age of six to eighteen years
  (2) of the age of six to fourteen years
  (3) of the age of ten to eighteen years
  (4) of all ages— boys and girls—upto eighteen years.
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) of the age of six to fourteen years


25. The Vice-Preside nt shall be
  (1) selected by the party having majority in parliament
  (2) appointed by the President
  (3) elected by both the Houses of Parliament
  (4) nominated by the president consultation with the Prime Minister and the Election Commission.
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) elected by both the Houses of Parliament


26. which one of the following is not a fundamental right under the Constitution?
  (1) Right to equality
  (2) Right to property
  (3) Right to freedom of religion
  (4) Right to constituional remedies
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Right to property


27. A Speaker of a Legislative Assembly can resign his office at any time by writing under his hand, addressed to
  (1) The Chief Minister
  (2) The Governor
  (3) The Election commission
  (4) The Deputy Speaker
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) The Deputy Speaker


28. Every parent who is a citizen of India, is to provide opportunities for education to his child.
This duty of the parent is
  (1) optional
  (2) moral
  (3) A fundamental duty
  (4) not constitutional
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) A fundamental duty


29. Which one of the following is not a Fundamental duty under the Constitution?
  (1) Duty to abide by the Constitution
  (2) Duty to uphold and protect the sovereignty, unity and integrity of India
  (3) Duty to value and preserve the rich heritage of composite culture
  (4) Duty to maintain family
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Duty to maintain family


30. Buddhism split into two schools. They are
  (1) Svetambara and Digambara
  (2) Nayanar and Alvar
  (3) Theravada and Sarvastivada
  (4) Hinayan and Mahayana
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Hinayan and Mahayana


31. Harshacharita was written by
  (1) Harsha
  (2) Kalidasa
  (3) Banabhatta
  (4) Kalhana
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Banabhatta


32. The kingdom of Ghazni, ruled by Mahmud, was in
  (1) Pakistan
  (2) Iran
  (3) North-west India
  (4) Afghanistan
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Afghanistan


33. Raja Ram Mohan Roy was primarily concerned with
  (1) Widow Remarriage
  (2) Female Infanticide
  (3) Abolition of Sati
  (4) Child Marriage
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Abolition of Sati


34. Tipu Sultan was killed in Srirangapatna by the British led by Wellesley in
  (1) 1784
  (2) 1773
  (3) 1799
  (4) 1794
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) 1799


35. Harshavardhana of Kannauj was defeated by the Badami Chalukya ruler
  (1) Pulakesi I
  (2) Pulakesi II
  (3) Mangalesa
  (4) Kirtivarman
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Pulakesi II


36. The Gol Gumbaz was created by the
  (1) Nizamshahis of Ahmadnagar
  (2) Bardshahis of Bidar
  (3) Adilshahis of Bijapur
  (4) Imadshahis of Berar
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Adilshahis of Bijapur


37. Sir M.Visveswaraiah, born in Muddenahalli,was Dewan of Mysore under
  (1) Jayachamaraj Wodeyar
  (2) Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV
  (3) Srikanta Datta Narasimharaja Wodeyar
  (4) Kanteerava Narasimharaja Wodeyar
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV


38. Mention the work of Bhaskara II which deals extensively with epicyclic-eccentric theories for planetary motions.
  (1) Rugvinishchaya
  (2) Siddahantashiromani
  (3) Pachasiddhantika
  (4) Lilavati
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Siddahantashiromani


39. Name the ruler of Karnataka who gave money for the construction of Goddess Sharada temple at Sringeri after it was looted by the Maratha horsemen.
  (1) Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV
  (2) Chikka Krishnaraja wodeyar
  (3) Krishna Devaraya
  (4) Tipu Sultan
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Tipu Sultan


40. Who was the first Indian ruler to accept the Subsidiary Alliance system of Welleseley?
  (1) Nawab of Avadh
  (2) Tipu Sultan
  (3) Nawab of Carnatic
  (4) Nizam of Hyderabad
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Nizam of Hyderabad


41. In which year was India’s capital shifted from Calcutta to Delhi?
  (1) 1935
  (2) 1919
  (3) 1911
  (4) 1905
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) 1911


42. The State of Mysore came into existence on
  (1) 1st November, 1956
  (2) 8th August, 1942
  (3) 15th August, 1947
  (4) 31st October, 1947
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) 1st November, 1956


43. Who claimed that “Swaraj is my birthright and I shall have it’?
  (1) Lala Lajpat Rai
  (2) Mahatma Gandhi
  (3) Bala Gngadhar Tilak
  (4) Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Bala Gngadhar Tilak


44. Indian National Congress was started by
  (1) A.O.Hume
  (2) Mahatma Gandhi
  (3) Motilal Nehru
  (4) Surendra Nath Bannerji
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) A.O.Hume


45. Neyveli has large deposits of
  (1) Petroleum
  (2) Mica
  (3) Lignite
  (4) Anthracite
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Lignite


46. Which one of the following is the largest delta in India?
  (1) Cauvery delta
  (2) Sundarban delta
  (3) Godavaridelta
  (4) Mahanadi delta
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Sundarban delta


47. Which of the following is the largest producer of raw silk in India?
  (1) Andhra Pradesh
  (2) Karnataka
  (3) Tamil Nadu
  (4) Maharashtra
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Karnataka


48. Match list I with list II and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists:
    List I   List II
  A. Kalpakkam 1. Newsprint
  B. Jharia 2. Oil Refinery
  C. Mathura 3. Coal Mining
  D. Nepanagar 4. Nuclear power plant
Codes:
    A B C D
  (1) 4 2 1 3
  (2) 4 3 2 1
  (3) 1 2 3 4
  (4) 3 2 1 4
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) 4, 3, 2, 1


49. which of the following is the Great Circle?
  (1) Tropic of Cancer
  (2) Tropic of Capricorn
  (3) Equator
  (4) Arctic circle
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Equator


50. Tsunami means
  (1) one type of earthquake wave
  (2) ocean waves created by earthquake
  (3) cyclone
  (4) Volcano
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) ocean waves created by earthquake


51. Eastern Ghats and western Ghats meet at the
  (1) Cardamom Hills
  (2) Annamalai Hills
  (3) Nilgiri Hills
  (4) Palani Hills
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Nilgiri Hills


52. Which of the following tributaries originates in Karnataka?
  (1) Panchaganga
  (2) Doodhganga
  (3) Tungabhadra
  (4) Koyna
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Tungabhadra


53. Which one of the following is the coffee produced in maximum quantity in Karnataka?
  (1) Arabica
  (2) Robusta
  (3) Liberica
  (4) None of the above
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Robusta


54. Silk town of Karnataka is
  (1) Chamarajanagara
  (2) Ramanagara
  (3) Channapattana
  (4) Periyapattana
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Ramanagara


55. Sandalwood is largely found in
  (1) Tamil Nadu
  (2) Kerala
  (3) Karnataka
  (4) Andhra Pradesh
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Karnataka


56. In which year was the first Industrial policy declared in India?
  (1) 1948
  (2) 1960
  (3) 1956
  (4) 1962
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) 1948


57. Which one of the following languages is not inclueded. in the VIII Schedule?
  (1) Hindi
  (2) English
  (3) Urdu
  (4) Konkani
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) English


58. The Right to Information Act came into force in the year
  (1) 2005
  (2) 2004
  (3) 2006
  (4) 2007
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) 2005


59. The first elected Lok Sabha of India was constituted in the year
  (1) 1950
  (2) 1952
  (3) 1949
  (4) 1956
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) 1952


60. What is the storage level in the Almatti dam to a full reservoir level (FRL) allowed by the Krishna Water Disputes Tribunal (KWDT-II) for Karnataka in the recent verdict?
  (1) 524:256 metres
  (2) 519:60 metres
  (3) 556:356 metres
  (4) None of the above
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) 524:256 metres


61. In connection with euthanasia, which one of the following statements is not correct?
  (1) Both the Netherlands and Belgium permit euthanasia with certain conditions
  (2) switzerland permits assisted suicide but not euthanasia
  (3) Both euthanasia and Physician-assisted suicide are illegal in the United Kingdom
  (4) Active Euthanasia is legal in all States in the United States
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Active Euthanasia is legal in all States in the United States


62. What is the overall sex ratio nationwide as per 2011 Census?
  (1) 1084
  (2) 933
  (3) 940
  (4) 954
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) 940


63. Who is the author of the controversial book, Great Soul: Mahatma Gandhi and His Struggle with India?
  (1) Joseph Lelyveld
  (2) Alex von Tunzelmann
  (3) John Grisham
  (4) Nassim Nicholas Taleb
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) Joseph Lelyveld


64. Who among the following was arrested for the CWG Scam?
  (1) R.K.Chandolia
  (2) Siddartha Behura
  (3) Asif Balwa
  (4) Lalit Bhanot
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Lalit Bhanot


65. On which day was the ‘Earth Hour’ celebrated throughout the globe in 2011?
  (1) 1st January
  (2) 26th March
  (3) 28th February
  (4) 5th April
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) 26th March


66. Who is the present Chairman of Kannada Development Authority in Karnataka?
  (1) S.L.Bhairappa
  (2) Vatal Nagaraj
  (3) Mukhyamantri Chandru
  (4) Patil Puttappa
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Mukhyamantri Chandru


67. ‘Asare’, an ambitious scheme of the Karnataka State Government is related to
  (1) construction of houses for the people adversely affected by 2009 floods in north Karnataka
  (2) providing shelter for the BPL groups
  (3) providing shelter for beggars and homeless
  (4) providing shelter for achievers in sports
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) construction of houses for the people adversely affected by 2009 floods in north Karnataka


68. The call for ‘Million March’ programme in March 2011 was given
  (1) to oust Hosni Mubarak
  (2) to oppose the president of Yemen
  (3) towards the creation of Telangana state
  (4) demanding passing of the Jan Lokpal Bill drafted through a civil Society initiative
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) towards the creation of Telangana state


69. Name the minister of Pakistan who was recently assassinated on blasphmy issue by Tehreek-e-Taliban
  (1) Wajid Durrani
  (2) Shahbaz Bhatti
  (3) Sherry Rehman
  (4) Salman Taseer
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Shahbaz Bhatti


70. Which one of the following sectors is not covered in the Bharat Nirman programme presented in the Union Budget, 2011?
  (1) Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act
  (2) Pradhan Mantri GramSadak Yojana
  (3) Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana
  (4) National Rural Drinking Water Programme
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act


71. which one of the following power companies is going to build India’s first floating solar plant?
  (1) NTPC
  (2) Tata Power
  (3) Reliance Power
  (4) Nagarjuna Power Corporation
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Tata Power


72. The World Kannada Meet was held in March 2011 in the city of
  (1) Bengaluru
  (2) Belgaum
  (3) Sharjah
  (4) New York
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Belgaum


73. Which one of the following places has the Indian Government proposed to nominate for inclusion in th ‘cultural landscape’ category of UNESCO?
  (1) Goa
  (2) Kovalam beach in Kerala
  (3) Majuli, Assam’s river island
  (4) Marine Drive in Mumbai
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Majuli, Assam’s river island


74. A Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) is currently probing a scam regarding
  (1) 2G-spectrum
  (2) 3G-spectrum
  (3) Commonwealth Games 2010
  (4) IPL Cricket
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) 2G-spectrum


75. There has been a talk to reverse the flow of the following rivers in Karnataka to benefit a couple of districts:
  (1) Cauvery
  (2) Hemavathy
  (3) Kali
  (4) Netravathy
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Netravathy


76. The population Census of India is conducted once in _______ years and the latest Census was in _______. The numbers that correctly fill up the gaps are, respectively
  (1) (5, 2011)
  (2) (10, 2011)
  (3) (5, 2010)
  (4) (10, 2010)
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) (10, 2011)


77. The short form PAN stands for
  (1) Public Account Number
  (2) Personal Account Number
  (3) Permanent Account Number
  (4) Postal Account Number
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Permanent Account Number


78. The Naxalite movement originated in Naxalbari region of
  (1) Assam
  (2) Andhra Pradesh
  (3) Kerala
  (4) West Bengal
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) West Bengal


79. Which one of the following rivers is proposed to be rejuvenated?
  (1) Arkavathy
  (2) Vrushabhavathy
  (3) Hemavathy
  (4) Kumudwathy
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) Arkavathy


80. The name of Julian Assange is associatd with
  (1) Nobel Prize
  (2) Human Rights Movement
  (3) Wikileaks
  (4) Cyber Security
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Wikileaks


81. The atomic reactor in _______was in the news in March 2011 for excessive atomic radiation.
  (1) Chernobyl
  (2) Fukushima-Daichi
  (3) Jaitapur
  (4) Three Mile Island
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Fukushima-Daichi


82. In a bid to make Bengaluru City plastic-free the State Government has banned, effective from March 15, 2011 the use of plastics of thickness less than
  (1) 20 microns
  (2) 30 microns
  (3) 40 microns
  (4) 45 microns
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) 40 microns


83. According to the recently held tiger census, Karnataka is home to (approxmately)
  (1) 500 tigers
  (2) 300 tigers
  (3) 700 tigers
  (4) 1200 tigers
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) 300 tigers


84. The president of the International Cricket Counsil is
  (1) Mukesh Ambani
  (2) Jagmohan Dalmiya
  (3) Sharad Pawar
  (4) Simon Taufel
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Sharad Pawar


85. According to the 2011 Census figures (preliminary) that have been made available, the population of Karnataka is
  (1) 7.5 crore
  (2) 6.1 crore
  (3) 8.2 crore
  (4) 5.4 crore
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) 6.1 crore


86. The largest oil spill by a British Petroleum Company in April 2010 occurred in
  (1) U.S.A
  (2) Gulf Of Mexico
  (3) Bombay High
  (4) Persian Gulf
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Gulf Of Mexico


87. The pirates who have been attacking merchant ships recently in the Arabian Sea and taking the sailors as hostages are from
  (1) Uganda
  (2) Bolivia
  (3) Somalia
  (4) Libya
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Somalia


88. Who is the leader of the Opposition in the Rajya Sabha?
  (1) Sushma Swaraj
  (2) Arun Jaitley
  (3) L.K.Advani
  (4) Anantha Kumar
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Arun Jaitley


89. Name the Nobel Prize winner from Bangladesh who was in the news recently.
  (1) Mujibur Rehman
  (2) Muhammad Yunus
  (3) Sheikh Hasina
  (4) Begum Nazareth
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Muhammad Yunus


90. According to the preliminary 2011 Census figures that were made public recently, Karnataka’s literacy rate is
  (1) 70%
  (2) 75.6%
  (3) 66.6%
  (4) 80%
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) 75.6%


91. Which of the following groups of states has a population density of above 500 per sq. km as per the preliminary 2011 Census figures released recently?
  (1) Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Delhi
  (2) Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Delhi
  (3) Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Delhi
  (4) Puducherry,Chandigarh, Goa
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Delhi


92. According to some latest figures made public by the Union Minister for Agriculture, India’s foodgrain production this year is at an all-time high of
  (1) 400 million tonnes
  (2) 150 million tonnes
  (3) 235 million tonnes
  (4) 275 million tonnes
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) 235 million tonnes


93. Kalasa and Banduri are the two tributaries of
  (1) Krishna basin
  (2) Mahadayi basin
  (3) Godavari basin
  (4) Cauvery basin
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Mahadayi basin


94. Human Development Index is a composite indicator of
  (1) Income, Trade and Investment
  (2) Poverty, Human Rights and Gender
  (3) Income, Health and Education
  (4) Health, Education and Nutrition
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Income, Health and Education


95. ‘Teledensity’ refers to number of telephones
  (1) per square kilometre area
  (2) in a 10,000 square kilometre area
  (3) per 100 persons
  (4) per lakh population
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) per 100 persons


96. Presentation of Karnataka Budget 2011-12 contains for the first time in the country a separate budget on
  (1) Agriculture sector
  (2) Industrial sector
  (3) Trade sector
  (4) Transport sector
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) Agriculture sector


97. National Rural Health Mission of the Union Government is for the period
  (1) 2005 to 2011
  (2) 2005 to 2012
  (3) 2005 to 2013
  (4) 2005 to 2014
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) 2005 to 2012


98. National Pension Scheme of the Government of India is extended to all citizens with effect from
  (1) 1 May 2008
  (2) 1 May 2009
  (3) 1 May 2010
  (4) 1 May 2011
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) 1 May 2009


99. In our country, Kannada language is the
  (1) Second oldest language
  (2) Third oldest language
  (3) Fourth oldest language
  (4) Fifth oldest language
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Third oldest language


100. Centenary celebration of International Women’s Day was held on 8th March
  (1) 2008
  (2) 2009
  (3) 2010
  (4) 2011
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) 2011

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