Download Solved Paper Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination 1998
This Exam. Held on in the year 1998.In this exam. paper total 200 in marks which are attempted with in two hours.The questions will be of multiple choice type
Download Solved Paper 1998 General Studies Civil Services
Ques:-Which one of the following events, was charaterised by Montague as ‘Preventive Murder’?
Ans:- Massacre of Jallianwala Bagh
Ques:- Fawazil in the Sultante period period meant
Ans:- excess amount paid to the exchequer by the iqtadars
Ques:- The discovery of Oak flora in 1966 added a new chapter to the history of Indian Sericulture. Which one of the following states is the leading producers of oak taser silk?
Ques:- Nobel Prize in Economics for the year 1997 was awarded for contribution in the area of?
Ans:- Public Economics
Ques:- The complete conversion of glucose in the presence of oxygen into carbon dioxide and water with released of energy is called
Ans:- anaerobi respiration
Ques:- Which of the following defines extremist ideology during the early phase of Indian freedom moements ?
Ans:- Obtaining self-government by aggressive means in place of petitions and constitutional ways
Ques:- The accounting year of the Reserve Bank of India is:
Ans:- April- March
Ques:- The Sultan of Delhi who is reputed to have built the biggest network of canals in India was
Ans:- Feroze Shah Tughlaq
Ques:- The major chemical compound found in human kidney stones is
Ans:- Calcium sulphate
Ques:- Which one of the following is correct sequence of decreasing order of the given currencies in terms of their value in Indian Rupees?
Ans:- US dollar, Canadian dollar, New Zealand dollar, Hong Kong dollar
Ques:- ‘Eco mark’ is given to the Indian products that are
Ans:- environment friendly
Ques:- A, B, D, E, and G, are members of a family consisting of 4 adults and 3 chilren, two of whom, F and G are girls. A and D are brother and A is a doctor, E is an engineer married to one of the brothers and has two children. B is married to D and G is their child. Who is C?
Ans:- E’s daughter
Ques:- Capital Account Convertibility of the Indian Rupee implies
Ans:- that the Indian Rupee can be exchanged for any major currency for the purpose of trade in goods and services
Ques:- What are the official language of the U.N.O.?
Ans:- English, French, Chinese, Russian, Arabic and Spanish
Ques:- “The congress is tottering to its fall and one of my great ambitions while in India, is to assist it to a peaseful demise.” This statements is attributed to:
Ans:- Lord Curzon
Ques:- Economy Survey in India is published officially, every year by the
Ans:- Ministry of Finnance, Govt. of India
Ques:- One Astronomical Unit is the average distance between
Ans:- Earth and the sun
Ques:- Who was the leader of the Ghaddar party?
Ans:- Lala Hardayal
Ques:- World Environment conference to discuss global warmig was held in 1997 in
Ques:- The water pollution in river is measured by the dissolved amount of
Ques:- Some time back, the government of India, decided to delicense ‘white goods’ industry. ‘White goods’ include
Ans:- milk and milk products
Ques:- The damage to the Spektr Module of the Russian Space Station Mir ws due to
Ans:- Collision with a Soyuz cargo ship
Ques:- The meeting of G-15 countries held in Malaysia in 1997 was attending by
Ans:- 16 member countries
Ques:- Which one of the following elements is essential for the contruction of nuclear reactors?
Ques:-The educated middle class in India
Ans:- remainedneutral to the revolt of 1857
Ques:- Which one of the following region of the world supplies the maximum of our important commodites (in term of rupee value)?
Ques:- The currency of the proposed European Monetary Union will be
Ques:- Which one of the following was venue for the preliminary talks between the Srilankan Government and representatives of Tamil United liberation Fornt and other militant groups?
Ques:- ‘Mercosur’ consists of group of countries of
Ans:- Latin America
Ques:- Which one of the following countries has relpalaced Italy as the major importer of bauxite from India?
Ques:- Lord Mountbatten came of India as Viceroy along with specific instruction to
Ans:- balkanize the Indian sub-continent
Ques:- A consumer is said to be in equilibrium if
Ans:-he is able to fulfil his need with a given level of income
Ques:- Which one of the following sets of states stands to benefit the most from the Konkan Railway?
Ans:- Goa, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Kerela
Ques:- The supply- side economics lays greater emphsis on the points of view of
Ques:- Which one of the following language is belong to the Austric group?
Ques:- Which one of the following metals does not form amalgams?
Ques:- Indonesian forest fire in 1997 was caused by
Ans:- EI Nino effect
Ques:- A man purchases two clocks A and B at a total cost of Rs. 650. He sells A with 20% prfit and B at a loss of 25% and gets the same selling price for both the clocks. What are the purchasing price of A and B respectively?
Ans:- Rs. 250; Rs 400
Ques:- A fuse is used in mains electric supply as a safely device. Which one of the following statements about the fuse is correct?
Ans:- It must have a low melting points
Ques:- The correct squence of different layers of the atmosphere from the surface of the Earthupwards is:
Ans:- Troposhere, Stratosphere, Mesosphere, Ionosphere
Ques:- if 5 pumps of equal capacity can fill a tank in 7 days, then how many extra pumps will be required to fill the tank in 5 days?
Ques:- Which one of the following pairs ofcities has recently been connected through a 6 lane express way?
Ques:- Consumption of fish is considred to be healthy when compared to flesh of other animal because fish contains
Ans:- more carbhydrates and proteins
Ques:- Out of three annual examinations, each with a total of 500 marks, a student secured average marks of 45% and 55% in the first and second annual examinations. To have an overall average of 60%, how many marks does the students need to secure in the third annual examination?
Ques:- When the Indian Muslim League was inducted into the interim government in 1946, Liyaqat Ali Khan was assigned the portfolio of:
Ans:- Foregin affairs
Ques:- Which one of the following ancient Indian records is the earlist royal order to preserve food – grains to be utilised during the cries in the country?
Ans:- Sohagaura Copper-plate
Ques:- Accorrding to Meadows (1972), If the present trends in world population, industrialization, pollution food production and resource depletion continue unchanged, the “Limits to Growth” on our planet will be reached in the next
Ans:- 100 years
Ques:- Human Poverty Index was introduced in the Human Development Report of the year
Ques:-Which one of the following satisfies the relationship Dda : aDD : : Rrb 😕
Ans:- b R R
Ques:- The concept of Eight – fold form the theme of
Ans:- Dharama Chakara Pravartana Sutta
Ques:- The recent Land Mines Conference to sign the historic treaty was held in the Capital city of
Ques:-The Indian National Congress agreed in 1947 to the partition of the country mainly because
Ans:- they wanted to avoid large – scale communal riots
Ques:- Haemophilia is a genetic disorder which leads to :
Ans:- non – clothing of blood
Ques:- At the time of Indian’s Independence Mahatma Gandhi was
Ans:- not a member of the congress
Ques:- A ball is droped on the top of high building with a constant acceleration of 9.8m/s2. What will be its velocity after 3 seconds?
Ques:- The economist who was associated with the WTO draft document is:
Ques:- One local and another express train were proceddding in the same direction on parellel tracks at 29 km/hours and 65km/hours respectively. The driver of the former noticed that it took exactly 16 seconds for the faster trains to pass by him. What is the length of the faster trains?
Ans:- 60 m
Ques:- Estuaries possess distinct blooms of excessive growth of a pigmented dinoflagellates. These blooms are called
Ans:- black tides
Ques:- A, B, C, D, E, and F not necssarily in that order are sitting o six chairs regularly laced around table. It is observed that A is between D and and F, C is opposite D,and D and E are not on neighbouring chairs.
Ans:- C and E
Ques:- The number of economicallly active women (excluding students and those doing domesting duries in their homes) as a percentage of all women of working age (generally those aged 15-64 years) was the highest in 1996 in
Ques:-If in certain is codes SAND in VDOG and BIRD is ELUG, then what is the code for LOVe?
Ques:- In a family, a couple has a son and a daughter. The age of the father is three times that of his, daughter and the age of the son half of his mother. The wife is nine years younger to her husband and the brother is seven years older than his sister. What is the age of the mother?
Ques:- The missing fraction in the series given below is : 4/9, 9/20, …………., 39/86
Ques:- Which one of the following schedules of the consititution of India contains provisions regarding anti-defection Act?
Ans:- Tenth Schedule
Ques:- Which one of the following types of microorganisms is most widely used in industries?
Ans:- Bacteria, microalgae and fungi
Ques:- Many of the Greeks, kushanas and Shakas embraced Buddhism rather than Hinduism because
Ans:- Buddhism provided easier access to Indian society
Ques:- There are 50 students admitted to a nursery class. Some students can speak only English and some an speak only Hindi . 10 students can speak both English and Hindi. If the number of students who can speak English is 21, then how many students can speak Hindi, how many students can speak only Hindi and how many students can speak only English
Ans:- 38, 29 and 11 respectively.
Ques:- The satelites of which one of the following countries have helped in the preparation of a detailed and complete map of Antarctica?
Ques:- The Indian parliamentrry system is different from British parliamentary system in India has
Ans:- the system of judicial review
Ques:- The member of Shivaji’s Astha Pradhana who looked after foreign affairs was :
Ques:- Panchayat Raj was first introduced in Idia in October , 1959 in
Ques:- Some people in Manipur live in houses built on floting islands of weeds and decaying vegetation held together by suspended silt. These islands are called:
Ques:- The Ashokanmajor rock edicts which tell us about the sangam kingdom include rock edicts
Ans:- II and XIII
Ques:- Which one of the following east flowing rivers of India has rift valley due to down warping?
Ques:- According to the World Development Report, how income eonomics are those for which the per capita GNP in 1994 was
Ans:-US $ 725 or less
Ques:- An accurate clock shown the time as 3.00. After hours hand has moved 135 degree , the time would be
Ques:- The less of Qandhar was a big blow to the Mughal empire from the view points of
Ans:- strategic stronghod
Ques:- A tree species in Mauritius failed to reproduce because of the etinction of a fruits-eating bird. Which one of the following was that bird?
Ques:- Simon Commission of 1927 was boycotted because
Ans:- There was no Indian Member in the Commission
Ques:- The current price index (base 1960) is nearly 330. This means that
Ans:- weighted mean of prices of certain items has increased 3.3 times
Ques:- The Indian Muslims, in general, were not attracted to the Extremist movement because of the
Ans:- Extremists’ policy of harping on Hindu past
Ques:-Which one of the following statements regarding strach and cellulose is NOT correct?
Ans:- Both of them are made up of glucose molecules
Ques:- Commerical production of mineral oil has started recently in which one of the areas of India, labelelled 1,2, 3 and 4 in the rough map given below:
Ques:-The banks are required tomaintain a certain ratio between their cash in hand and total assests. This is called
Ans:- SLR (Statutory Liquid Radio)
Ques:- Ergotism is due to consumption of
Ans:- contaminated water ��Zљ�