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GK TEST
MIXED GK MODEL TEST PAPER-4
January 5, 2016
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1. “Garba” is a popular folk dance of

1. Andhra Pradesh
2. Gujarat
3. Maharashtra
4. Tamil Nadu

Answer

2. Gujarat

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2. Which of the following is the only coral island in India?

1. Pondicherry
2. Andamans
3. Lakshdweep
4. Nicobars

Answer

3. Lakshdweep

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3. Identify the incorrect pair.

1. India Divided: Rajendra Prasad
2. An Autobiography: Maulana Azad
3. Poverty & Un-British Rule in India: D. Nauroji
4. My Experiments with Truth: M.K. Gandhi

Answer

2. An Autobiography: Maulana Azad

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4. Who among the following was the first woman to preside over the Indian National Congress?

1. Mrs. Indira Gandhi
2. Mrs. Annie Bessant
3. Mrs. Sucheta Kriplani
4. Sarojini Nadu

Answer

2. Mrs. Annie Bessant

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5. “Standard and Poor’s” is a/an

1. credit rating agency
2. investment consultancy
3. merchant banking co.
4. development bank

Answer

1. credit rating agency

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6. Which of the following is a mode of transmission of AIDS?

A. Handshake B. Kissing
C. Sharing meals D. Sharing drug-needles E. Sex

1. A and D
2. D and E
3. C, D and E
4. B, C, D and E

Answer

2. D and E

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7. Dendrochronology is the science of studying

1. The age of a tree
2. Caves
3. Hair
4. Machines in motion

Answer

1. The age of a tree

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8. Which among the following is a direct tax?

1. Excise
2. Sales Tax
3. Income Tax
4. Customs

Answer

3. Income Tax

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9. Who was a prominent exponent of the “Bhakti” movement in Maharashtra?

1. Ramanand
2. Gyaneshwar
3. Namdeva
4. Ekarat

Answer

3. Namdeva

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10. The Administrative Staff College of India is located at

1. Bombay
2. Wellington
3. New Delhi
4. Hyderabad

Answer

4. Hyderabad

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