Download Solved H.P.T.G.T.(Non-Medical) Exam. 2009
This paper held on 25 October, 2009. In this exam. paper total 200 questions are asked which are in 200 marks.
H.P.T.G.T.(Non-Medical) Exam. 2009
Ques:-The reserve bank of India came in to existence in
Ques:-The first battle of Panipat was fought between
Ans:-Baber and Ibrahim Lodi
Ques:-Ram Krishna Mission was started by
Ques:-Lunar eclipse occurs when
Ans:-Earth comes between Moon and the Sun
Ques:-The lower layer of the atmosphere is known as
Ques:- Doldrums refer to
Ans:- A belt of calin and light, variable wind near the equator
Ques:-One hectare is approximately equal to
Ans:- 2.5 acre
Ques:-Who is known as the “Lady with the lamp” ?
Ques:-The Vitamin responsible for blood clotting is
Ques:-Article 370 of constitution is applicable to the state of
Ans:-Jammu & Kashmir
Ques:-Who amongst the following is the Chief information commissioner of India ?
Ans:- Wajahat Habibullah
Ques:-Where is the Central Potato research instituate (CPRI) located ?
Ques:-The international atomic energy agency (IAEA) is based in
Ques:- ‘SEBI’ stand for
Ans:- Securities and Exchange Board of India
Ques:- Name the award given to Indian sportsmen in recognition of their outstanding contribution to sports
Ans:- Arjuna Award
Ques:- Maria Sharapova plays
Ans:- Lawm Tennis
Ques:- Who invented Ayurveda ?
Ques:- Which temple is located in Pakistan ?
Ans:- Katas Raj
Ques:- Forbidden city is
Ques:- Total population of Himachal Pradesh under 2001 Census is
Ques:- “Perichu Lake” is in
Ques:- “The suketi Fossil Park” is in
Ques:- Disorder in Pancreas causes
Ques:- Bamboo is a
Ques:- Which state is the main producer of rubber in India ?
Ques:- “Diego Garcia” is in island situated in
Ans:- Indian Ocean
Ques:- Who was called “Indian Napolean” by V.A.Smith ?
Ques:- ‘Poorna Swaraj’ was demanded by the Congress in 1929 at
Ques:- Kautilya is also known as
Ans:- Chankya, Vishnu Gupta
Ques:- Panchayti Raj system in India is
Ans:- Three Tier System
Ques:- ‘Intelligence’ is an
Ans:- Innate natural power
Ques;- Who is known as ‘Father of Intelligence Testing /
Ans:- Alfred Binet
Ques:- “Education is the creation of a sound mind in a sound body” This concept of education was forwarded by
Ques:- The correct formula to determine intelligence Quotient (I.Q) is
Ans:- Mental Age/Chronological Age multiply by 100
Ques:- Among simple to comple, Empirical to rational, Abstract to concrete and Analysis to synthesis which is not the right maxim of teaching /
Ans;- Abstract to concrete
Ques:- Pragmatism does not believe in
Ans:- Predetermined truths
Ques:- Who observes,”By education I mean an all-round drawing out of the best in child and man-body, mind and spirit-literacy is neither the beginning nor the end of education.This is only a means through which man and woman can be education.”
Ans;- Mahatma Gandhi
Ques:- Which Article of constitution of India mention cultural and Education Rights as Fundamental rights aiming particularly at the protection of cultural and education interests of religious and linguistic minorities ?
Ques:- Education is subject of
Ans:- Concurrent list
Ques:- During 1987-88 centrally sponsored scheme in the elementary education sector was launched to provide every primary school in the country with an acceptable level of physical facilities.This was known as
Ans:- Operation Blackboard
Ques:- Which Article of Constitution of India mention Education of the socially and educationally backward classes of citizens ?
Ans:- Article 46
Ques:- A national programme of Nutritional support to primary education, commonly called the Mid-day Meals Scheme was launched on
Ans:- August15, 1995
Ques:- The National Literacy mission was launched in
Ques:- The National Policy on education (NPE) was formulated in
Ques:- Who was the Chairman of committee constituted in 1990 to review the National Policy on Education, 1986 /
Ans:- Acharya Ramamurti
Ques:- Who should be the member of Advisory committee ?
Ans:- Teachers, Principal and the President of the Managing Committee.
Ques:- Who was the Chairman of NCC Committee constituted in 1946 to suggest ways and means of inculcating discipline in the youth of the country and impart them service training so as to help expansion of armed forces during a National Emergency ?
Ques:- UNESCO’s international education commission was founded in
Ques:- The score that occurs most frequently is termed as
Ques:- …………………is called the Magna Carta of Education in India ?
Ans:- Wood’s dispatch
Ques;- The set of all natural numbers is not closed w.r.t.
Ques;- The constant of integration
Ans:- may be imaginary or real
Ques:- The points (0,-1), (-2,3),(6,7),(8,3) form a
Ques:- The volume of a parallelepiped whose sides are given by the vectors is
Ques:- Charcoal is obtained from wood by
Ans:- Destructive distillation
Ques:- Dry ice refers to
Ans:- Solid carbon dioxide
Ques:- Among water liquid ammonia, liquid HF, and liquid Alcohal which has highest vapour pressure ?
Ans:- Liquid ammonia
Ques:- Isotonic solutions are the solutions having the same
Ans:- Osmotic pressure
Ques:- Which water is used as moderator in nuclear reactors ?
Ans:- Heavy water
Ques:- If a system in equilibrium is subjected to change in concentration, pressure or temperature etc,then the equilibrium shifts in such a way so as to undo the effect of change imposed.This is known as
Ans:- Le-Chatelier’s Principle
Ques:- Give one example of ionic solid ?
Ans:- Sodium Chloride
Ques;- The volume of a given mass of a gas at constant pressure is directly proportional to its temperature.This is stated in
Ans:- Charle’s law
Ques:- According to trhird law of thermodynamics, at absolute zero the entropy of a oerfectly crystalline substanceis taken as
Ques:- For a reaction to occur spontaneously
Ans:- Must be negative
Ques:- Avogadro number is the number of molecules present in
Ans:- 22.4 L of gas at N.T.P.
Ques:- The poisonous gas in the exhaust fumes of automobiles is
Ques:- Which is an essential metal of all amalgams ?
Ques:- Limolite is an ore of
Ques:- Epsom salt is a hydrate of
Ans:- Magnesium sulphate
Ques:- Which halogen is solid at room temperature ?
Ques:- Among HF,HI,HBr & HCL strongest reducing agent is
Ques:- Which is known as Baeyer’s reagent ?
Ans:- Alkaline KMnO4
Ques:- Which is manufactured by Haber’s process ?
Ques:- Name an organometallic compound
Ans;- Methyl lithium
Ques:- The process of extracting a metal by fusion of the oxide ore with carbon is known as
Ques:- Isotonic solution have same
Ques:- Sea weeds are important source of
Ques:- Among Ar, Xe, Kr, Ne which nobel gase has lowest ionization energy ?
Ques:- Which fertilizer has highest percentage of nitrogen ?
Ques:- Phosphorus acid is
Ques:-Whicfh is the purest form of iron ?
Ques:-Cupellation process is used in the metallurgy of
Ques:-Laws of Newton are valid
Ans:-Only in non-inertial frame
Ques:-In the centre of mass system, the kinetic energy of colliding particles are
Ans:-Inversely proportional to their masses
Ques:-Pauli’s exclusion principle applies to
Ans:- F-D statistics
Ques:-Soap bubble appears to be coloured due to the phenomenon of
Ans:- Interference of light
Ques:-The phase difference between electric vector and magnetic vector in electromagnetic waves (em) is
Ques:-Kinetic energy of a particle executing SHM is maximum when its displacement is equal to
Ques:-The the amplitude of the incident wave at the free and of string is a.The amplitude of the reflected wave is
Ques:- Range of audible sound waves is
Ans:- 20 Hz – 20 KHz
Ques:- Among Steel, water, Air and vaccum the velocity of sound is largest in
Ques:- The angle minimum deviation of a prism depends upon
Ans:- Angle of incidence
Ques:- Among radio waves, sound waves, ultraviolet waves and X-rays which one cannot be polarized ?
Ans:- Sound waves
Ques:- The order of wavelength of X-rays is
Ques:- Formation of rainbow is by the phenomenon of
Ans:- Double refraction and dispersion
Ques:- The order of the forbidden gap in the energy bands of silicon is
Ans:- 1.1 ev
Ques:- What is the resulting material, when arsenic is added as an impurity to silicon ?
Ans:- n-type semiconductor
Ques:- Zener breakdown in a semiconductor diode occurs when
Ans:- Reverse bias exceeds certain value
Ques:- Number of spectral lines in hydrogen atom is
Ques:- The shortest wavelength of X-RAYS emitted from an X-rays tube depends upon
Ans:- Voltage applied to tube
Ques:- Work done in carrying 2C charge ina circular path of radius 3 m around a charge of 10C is
Ques:- When an aeroplane moves at a speed higher than the velocity of sound, a loud bang is heard.This is because
Ans:- It produces vibrate so violently that the bang is heard.
Ques:- A cycle tyre bursts suddenly.This represents an
Ans:- Adiabatic process
Ques:- The degree of freedom of a triatomic gas is