Download Solved Exam. Paper H.P. Tehsil Welfare Officer’s Exam 2007
This paper held on 3 June, 2007. In this exam. total 100 questions are asked which are in 100 marks.
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Ques;- Convex lences are used for the correction of
Ques:- The best conductor of heat & Electricity is
Ques:-A transformer is used to
Ans:- Increase or decrease AC Voltage
Ques:- Food is cooked faster in a pressure cooker because
Ans:-In a cooker water starts boiling at a low temperature
Ques:-Bats can fly in dark because
Ans:-They are guided by ultrasonic waves
Ques:-The gas inside an electric bulb is
Ques:-Chemical name of Vitiman C is
Ques:-Rusting of iron is an example of
Ques:-Red Blood Corpuscles are formed in the
Ques:-The term ‘epicenter’ is associated with
Ques:- The book “Bend in the River” is written by
Ans:- V.S. Naipaul
Ques:- The first foreigner to be honoured with ‘Bharat Ratna’ is
Ans:- Abdul Gaffur Khan (in 1987)
Ques:- The Prince of Wales Cup is associated with
Ques:- The thermal power plant of Bokaro is located in
Ques:- Combodia is the new name of
Ques:- Vinegar is chemically known as
Ans:- Ethanoic acid
Ques:- Buddhist literary works are generally written in
Ques:- “Samjhauta Express’ the symbol of friendship between India & Pakistan, origionally started in
Ans:- 1976 A.D.
Ques:- Name any waterborne diseases ?
Ans:- Typhoid & Cholera
Ques:- The August offer of 1940 rejected by the Indian National congress was made by
Ans:- Lord Linlithgo
Ques;- MODVAT is associated with
Ques:- Himalayas are
Ans:- Fold Mountains
Ques:- Which wild life sanctuary is well known for Lions ?
Ans:- Sasan (Gujarat)
Ques:- ‘Panchsheel’ was enunciated in the year
Ans:- 1954 A.D.
Ques:- To which sport does the term “Silly Point” pertain ?
Ques:- With which many districts was Himachal Pradesh formed as Chief Commissioner’s Province in 1948 ?
Ans:- Four (Mandi, Mahasu, Chamba, Sirmour)
Ques:- When was H.P. High Court established ?
Ans:- 25th January, 1971
Ques:- The highest mountain peak in Himachal Pradesh is
Ans:- Shilla (7026 mtrs.)
Ques:- Bhimkot was the old name of
Ans:- Kangra Fort
Ques:- The oldest Hydel Project in Himachal Pradesh is
Ans:- Shanan (Jogindernagar)
Ques:- Which river is largest in volume of water ?
Ques:- Who invaded Kangra in 1805 A.D. ?
Ans:- Amar Singh Thapa
Ques:- Among Chamba, Kangra, Mandi and Dhami which princely state was not included in the list of 30 big and small states, which formed the chief commissioner’s province of Himachal Pradesh in 1948 ?
Ques:- What is the share of Himachal Pradesh in the total hydel resources of India ?
Ans:- About 25 %
Ques:- Which district has some rock salt deposits ?
Ques:- Which of the towns is connected with the narrow gauge railine ?
Ques:- Which Pahari School of Art is famous in the world ?
Ans:- Kangra School of Art
Ques:- Junga was the capital of the princely state of
Ques:- Bijli Mahadev Temple is in the district of
Ques:- Who was the ruler of Bilaspur State at the time of India’s independence ?
Ans:- Anand Chand
Ques:- Which is the largest artificial lake in Himachal Pradesh ?
Ans:- Govind Sagar (168 sqkm)
Ques:- When Himachal Pradesh was granted full statehood in 1971, it became
Ans:- 18th state of India
Ques:- Nirmand in Kullu District is associated with
Ans:- Parshu Ram
Ques:- ‘Jhanki’ is a famous folk dance of the district of
Ques:- The book ‘Himalayan Circuit’ was written by
Ans:- G.D. Khosla
Ques:- The driest area of Himachal Pradesh is
Ques:- How many members were there in the first Legislative Assembly of Himachal Pradesh ?
Ques:- Which Buddhist monk was born at Riwalsar ?
Ques:- What is Pentagon ?
Ans:- Headquarter of U.S Defence ministry
Ques:- What does SAFTA stand for ?
Ans:- South Asian Free Trade Area
Ques:- London is situated on the bank of river
Ques:- The number of official Language of the UNO is
Ans:- 6 (English, Arabic,Russian, Spanish, Chines, French)
Ques:- In which year did the Jalianwala Bagh massaccre take place ?
Ans:- 1919 A.D.
Ques:- What compelled the USA to join World War-II as an ally of Britain and France in 1941 ?
Ans:- Japanese attack on Peari Harbour
Ques:- Which developing country produces the largest quantity of coal ?
Ques:- Intelligence Agency of India is known as
Ans:- Research & Analysis Wing (RAW)
Ques:- Which country has instituted the Magsaysay Awards in 1957 ?
Ques:- Which town of the indus Valley Civilisation era was a port ?
Ques:- Who is the Chairman of National Atomic Energy Commission (Estb. in 1948) ?
Ans:- Anil Kokodkar
Ques;- Which of these is not a port city in India ?
Ques:- With which sport Bhaichung Bhutia is associated ?
Ques:- The capital of Mizoram is
Ques:- Who was the last Governer – General of India ?
Ans:- Lord Canning
Ques:- Which Indian won Nobel Prize for Peace ?
Ans:- Mother Teresa in 1979
Ques:- Which European country ruled over Goa before its liberation ?
Ques;- On which river is the Pong Dam constructed ?
Ques:- Zero was invented by
Ques:- Who was the founder of Brahma Samaj in 1828 A.D. ?
Ans:- Raja Ram Mohan Roy
Ques:- The first War of Indipendence of 1857 started from
Ans:- Meerut (in U.P.)
Ques:- First partition of Bengal took place on
Ans:- October 16, 1905 A.D.
Ques:-In 1994 A.D permanent Settlement in Bengal was introduced by
Ans:- Lord Cornwallis
Ques:-On April 16, 1853 first Indian Railway was started from
Ans:- Bombay to Thana
Ques:- The Doctrine of Lapse’ was introduced by
Ans:- Lord Dalhousie