Date - 13 August  2019 Questions

Q-1. With respect to co-operative societies in the Indian Constitution analyses the statements :

      1.  Forming co-operatives Societies is one of the fundamental at rights.

      2.  Part IX B is dedicated to co-operative societies.

      3.  Provisions relating to co-operative societies were introduced by 97th Amendment Act, 2011.

      Mark the correct statement.

      (a)  Only 2                      (b) Only 3

      (c)  2 and 3 are correct    (d) All are correct

Q-2.   Which of the following body can be abolished but not dissolved :

      (a)  Lok Sabha

      (b)  Rajya Sabha

      (c) State Legislative Assembly

      (d)  State Legislative Council

Q-3.   Analyse the Statements :

           1.  Preamble is enforceable in courts of law.

           2.  Preamble provides for legal interpretations in all the cases.

      Mark the correct statement.

      (a)  Only 1                      (b) Only 2

      (c)  Both 2 and 3             (d) Neither is true

Q-4.   Women Reservation Bill for reservation of seats in Parliament was for the first time introduced during :

      (a)  10th Lok Sabha        (b)  11th Lok Sabha

      (c)  12th Lok Sabha        (d)  16th Lok Sabha

Q-5.   Analyse the statements :

      1-   President of India is De June head of the state.

      2-   P.M. of India is De Facto head of the state.

      Mark the correct statement :

      (a)  Only 1                      (b) Only 2

      (c)  Both 1 and 2             (d) Neither 1 nor 2

 

Date - 12 August  2019 Questions

Q- 1.   Vice President of India is :

      (a)  Ex-officio chairman of NITI Aayog.

      (b)  Ex-officio chairman of Rajya Sabha.

      (c)  Ex-officio chairman of UPSC.

      (d)  Ex-officio speaker of Lok Sabha.

Q-2.   With respect to UPSC answer the following :

      1.   It is an extra constitutional authority/body.

      2.   Chairman of UPSC is directly accountable to Home Minister.

      3.   It is the Central Recruiting Agency.

      Mark the correct answer :

      (a)  2 only                       (b)  1 and 3

      (c)  3 only                       (d)  All are correct

Q-3.   Budget (Annual Financial Statement) of India is presented by :

      (a)  President of India

      (b)  Prime Minister of India

      (c)  Finance Minister of India

      (d)  Speaker of Lok Sabha

Q-4.   Concept of "Basic Structure" was introduced in the case of :

      (a)  Indira Gandhi v/s Union of India

      (b)  keshvanand Bharti vs State of Kerala

      (c)  Shah Bano Case

      (d)  Indra Sawhney Case

Q-5. International peace and security is a :

      (a)  Directive Principle of State Policy

      (b)  Fundamental Right

      (c)  Fundamental Duty

      (d)  State Subject Matter

 

Date - 11 August  2019 Questions

Q-1. Consider the following statements:
       1. Laws formed under the Charter Act of 1833 and before this are called the Regulatory Act.  
       2. India's first viceroy Lord Canning initiated the portfolio system in 1859, which was recognized in the Act of 1892.
       Choose the correct sentence from above.
       (a) Only 1                       (b) Only 2
       (c) Booth 1 & 2              (d) Both are incorrect
 
Q-2. Consider the following statements:
       1. The dual form of govt and the direct election had been initiated after the reform in Morley-Minot Act, in 1909.
       2. Lord Minto used to be known as the father of the communal electoral.
       Choose the correct sentence from above.
       (a) Only 1                      (b) Only 2
       (c) Both 1 & 2                (d) Both are incorrect
 
Q-3. Consider the following statements:
       1. By the Govt. of India Act, 1935, the communal representation has been limited.
       2. By the Indian Independence Act 1947, the post of the secretary of India has been abolished and all the powers has                               re-transferred to the viceroy.
       Choose the correct sentence from above.
       (a) Only 1                      (b) Only 2
       (c) Both 1 & 2                (d) Neither 1 & 2
 
Q-4. Consider the following statements:
       1. Indian Constituent Assembely was a completely elected body by direct voting
       2. By abandoning all the roles, the constituent Assembly put their all time and energies into the constitution during the                       construction of the constitution.
       Choose the incorrect sentence.
       (a) Only 1                      (b) Only 2
       (c) Both                         (d) Neither 1 and 2
       
Q-5. When has the constitution as settled by the Assembly be passed motion' passed?
       (a) 14th Nov. 1949
       (b) 26th Nov. 1949
       (c) 15th Nov. 1948
       (d) 4th Nov. 1948
 
Date - 10 August  2019 Questions
 
Q-1. Because of the famous characteristics in the Indian constitution, it has been pointed out by various constitutional experts                       by many cultural names. Select the correctly matched pair in the above reference.
            List-I                                            List-II
       1. Granville Austin                   Co-operative Federation
       2. Iron Jennings Bargaining    Federalism.
       3. Morris Jones                       Federation with the centralising tendency.
       4. K. C. wheare                       Quari-Federal
       Choose the most appropriate option :
       (a) 1 & 2
       (b) 1 & 4
       (c) 1, 2 & 3
       (d) All of the above
 
Q-2. Select such provisions in the Constitution, which seem to be ensuring political equality—
       1. No person can be denied to inlist in the voters list on the ground of religions, caste, sex or race
       2. Adult voting in the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha.
       3. A person can not be given ineligible to contest any election on educational basis.
       Choose the most appropriate option from above.
       (a) Only 1
       (b) 2 & 3
       (c) 1 & 2
       (d) All
 
Q-3. Consider the following statements relating to reorganisation of states.
       1. In June 1948, Indian govt, has established the Dhar commission. The commission is his report recommended opppsite to                       the demand for reorganisation of states on Linguistic basis.
       2. Fazal Ali Commission has approved the theory of "one state one language".
       3. Among the members of JVP committee, Jawahar Lal Nehru, Vallabh Bhai Patel and being the chairman of the Constituent                       Assembly Rajendra Passed were induded.
       Choose the correct sentence from above.
       (a) Only 1
       (b) 2 & 3
       (c) 1 & 2
       (d) All
 
Q-4. Consider the following Statements:
       1. The central govt. can naturally reject applications made to obtain Indian Citizenship in the way that the applicant belong to the                country where the Indian citizen can not get citizenship naturally.
       2. The Govt. of India can extinct one or all the conditions relating to obtaining citizenship by registration on the basis that the                       person has special contribution in the field of science, philisophy, art, literature, world peace or human advancement.
       Choose the correct sentence from above.
       (a) Only 1
       (b) Only 2
       (c) Both
       (d) Neither 1 & 2
 
Q-5.  According to Art 13, which of the following are meanings of the word 'Law':
         1. Permanent laws
         2. Non-permanent laws
         3. Implied Legislation
         4. Non-legislative source of law.
         Choose the most appropriate option
       (a) 1 & 2                   (b) 2 & 3
       (c) 1, 2 & 3               (d) All
 
Date - 9 August  2019 Questions
Q-1. The reasons for making the DPSP non-justified by the constitution makers are not included:
          1. Lack of adequate financial resources.
          2. Wide variety and backwardness.
          3. Reasons of the new formation of the independent India.
          4. Due to justification, the justice system will have unnecessary burden of the trail, which was not positive step for the                       new judicial system.
          Choose the correct statements.
          (a) Only 1            (b) Only 2
          (c) 1, 2 & 3          (d) All
 
Q-2. Consider the following statements:
          1. Fundamental duties are enforceable by law. If any of these is not complete or remains unsuccessful, the Parliament                       can make proper penalties in them.
          2. According to Dr. Ambedkar the duties are the source of the rights.
          Chose the correct sentence/s from above 
          (a) Only 1
          (b) Only 2
          (c) Both 1 & 2
          (d) Neither 1 &2
 
Q-3. Out of the following who all are the provisions in the Constitution which can be amended in both houses by the simple majority:
          1. Subjects related to the 7th schedule
          2. 5th schedule - Administration of the Scheduled Areas and Schedule Tribe
          3. Representation of the states in the Parliament
          4. The procedure rules in the Parliament
          Choose the most appropriate option
          (a) Both 1 & 2  
          (b) 3 & 4
          (c) 2 & 4
          (d) All 1, 2, 3, 4
 
Q-4.  Which of the following statement does not support the Parliamentary form of govt.?
          1. Inclusion of the executive in a group and not in a single person
          2. the formation of the executive by a group of people
          3. the legislature and the executive to be together and indivisible
          Choose the most appropriate option
          (a) Only 1
          (b) Both 1 & 2
          (c) Only 2 
          (d) None of the above
 
Q-5. Which-all of the following indicate the federal features of the Indian Constitution?
          1. lack of equality in the representation of the states
          2. the Supremacy of the Constitution
          3. morality of the states
          Choose the most appropriate option
          (a) 1 & 2
          (b) Only 2
          (c) 2 & 3
          (d) All  

Date - 7 August  2019 Questions

Q-1. The money multiplier in an economy increases with which one of the following?

       (a)  Increase in the cash reserve ratio

       (b)  Increase in the banking habit of the population

       (c)  Increase in the statutory liquidty ratio

       (d)  Increase in the population of the country

Q-2. Atal Innovation Mission is set up under the :

      (a)  Department of science and technology

      (b)  Ministry of Labour and Employment

      (c)  NITI AAYOG

      (d)  Ministry of skill development and entrepreneurship

Q-3. Consider the following statements:

1.  Opportunity cost is borne by the Decision Maker.

2.  Opportunity cost is the benefit foregone when a decision is taken.

Select the correct code:

         (a)  Only 1                      (b) Only 2

         (c)  Both 1 and 2            (d)  Neither 1 nor 2

Q-4. If more money if remitted back to India by Indians living outside India, it will lead to increase in

       (a)  Gross Domestic Product (GDP)

       (b)  Gross National Product (GNP)

       (c)  Both GDP and GNP

       (d)  Neither GDP nor GNP

Q-5. With reference to Gross National Product (GNP) and Gross Domestic Product (GDP) for a country, consider the following                       statements:

       1. GNP is always greater than GDP

       2. GNP is always less than GDP

       3. GNP is always equal to GDP

       Which of the statement/s given above is/are correct?

        (a)  1 only                      (b) 2 only

       (c)  3 only                       (d) None of the above

Date - 6 August  2019 Questions

Q-1. Consider the following statements:

1.  GDP at Base Year Prices is known as Nominal GDP.

2.  GDP at Current Year Prices is known as Real GDP.

Which of the statement/s given above is/are not correct?

        (a)  1 only                       (b)  2 only

        (c)  Both 1 and 2            (d)  Neither 1 nor 2

Q-2. Consider the following statements:

       1. Inflation benefits the debtors.

       2. Inflation benefits the bond-holders.

       Which of the statement/s given above is/are correct?

      (a)  1 only                       (b)  2 only

      (c)  Both 1 and 2             (d)  Neither 1 nor 2

Q-3. Consider the following statements:

       1.  Transactional demand is inversely proportional to real GDP and price level.

       2.  Speculative demand is directly related to the market rate of interest.

       Choose the incorrect statements:

       (a)  1 only                       (b)  2 only

       (c)  both 1 and 2             (d)  Neither 1 nor 2

Q-4.Consider the following statements :

       1.  RBI follows Minimum Reserve System for printing of Currency.

       2.  Dewas, Nasik, Mysore and Salbuni are places where currency are printed in India.

       Select the correct code:

       (a)  Only 1                      (b)  Only 2

       (c)  Both 1 and 2            (d)  Neither 1 nor 2

Q-5. Consider the following statements:

1.  Other things remain equal, a country whose aggregate demand grows faster than the rest of the world's leads to a                       depriciation of its currency.

2.  A rise in the interest rates at home often leads to an appreciation of the domestic currency

Which of the above statement/s is/are correct.

              (a)  1 only                       (b)  2 only

              (c)   both 1 and 2           (d)  neither 1 nor 2

Date - 5 August  2019 Questions

Q-1. What is/are the possible impacts of a high fiscal deficit ?

         1- Deflation

         2- Crowding out of private investment

         3- Increasing burden of debt on future generations

         Select the correct answer using the code given below.

        (a)  1  and 2 only            (b) 2 and 3 only

        (c)  3 only                       (d) 1, 2 and 3

 

Q-2. Consider the following passage :                         

      “An economic system, in which it is only the government which decides what is good for the people of the country, and how it is to be produced and distributed.”

      Which of the following economic systems is being referred to in the above passage ?

      (a)  Mixed economy

      (b)  Socialist economy

      (c)  Capitalist economy

      (d)  None of the above

 

Q-3. Which of the following scenarios will lead to a situation of equal revenue deficit and fiscal deficit ?

     (a)  Such a scenario is not possible.

     (b)  If revenue expenditure is equal to debt creating capital receipts.

     (c)  If capital expenditure is equal to capital receipts.

     (d)  If capital expenditure is equal to non-debt creating capital receipts.

 

Q-4. With reference to Balance of Payments, which of the following constitutes/constitute the Current
Account ?                                                 

      1.  Balance of trade

      2.  Foreign assets

      3.  Balance of invisibles

      4.  Special Drawing Rights

      Select the correct answer using the code given below :

      (a)  1 only                       (b) 2 and 3

      (c) 1 and 3                      (d) 1, 2 and 4

Q-5. Assertion (A) : Balance of Payment represents a better picture of a country economic transactions with the rest of the world than the Balance of Trade Balance of Payments takes into account.

      Reason (R) : The exchange of both visible and invisible items whereas balance of Trade does not.       

Codes :

        (a)  Both 'A' and 'R', are individually true and 'R' is the correct explaination of 'A'.

        (b) Both 'A' and 'R', are individually true but 'R' is not the correct explaination of 'A'.

        (c)  'A' is true but 'R' is false.

        (d) 'A' is false but 'R' is true.

Answer 5 August  -   1-b      2-b    3-d    4-c      5-a

 

Date - 4 August  2019 Questions

Q-1.. Which of the following comes under the capital account of Balance of Payments in India ?

      1. Remittances sent to India from other countries.

      2. External assistance received by India

      3. Foreign Portfolio investment in India.

Select the correct answer using the code given below.

      (a)  1  and 3 only            (b) 2 and 3 only

      (c)  1, 2 and 3                 (d) 2 only

Q-2.. What is the meaning of Put Remittance.

      (a)  Borrowing Transaction between two countries.

      (b)  Investment between two countries.

      (c)  Indian deposit money in India from foreign.

      (d)  Indian send their savings to its family from foreign.

Q-3. In the context of economics, 'externalities' are :

      (a)  income earned from external sources.

      (b)  positive or negative consequences of an economic activity.

      (c)  borrowings from external commercial enterprises.

      (d)  none of the above

Q-4. 'Balance of Payment' is a record of

      (a)  Goods, services and assets between residents of a country with the rest of the world.

      (b) Goods, services and assets between national government with the foreign companies established in the country.

      (c) Loans, debts and interest payments pending within the country with the RBI.

     (d) Goods, services and assets between only citizens of a country with the rest of the world.

Q-5.. What is the full form of NITI Aayog?

      (a)  National Institute to Transform India

      (b)  National Institute for Transforming India.

      (c)  National Institution to Transform India.

      (d)  National Institution for Transforming India.

Answer 4 August  -   1-b      2-d    3-b    4-a      5-d

 

Date - 3 August  2019 Questions

Q-1. In terms of economy, the visit by foreign nationals to witness the XIX Common Wealth Games in India amounted to (2011).

       (a)  Export                       (b)  Import

        (c)  Production                (d)  Consumption.

Q-2.  Both foreign direct Investment (FDI) and Foreign Institutional Investor (FII) are related to investment in a country. Which one of the following statement best represents an important      difference between the two?  

         (a)  FII helps bring better management skills and technology while FDI only brings in capital.

         (b)  FII helps in increasing capital availability in general, while FDI only targets specific sectors.

         (c)  FDI flows only into the secondary market, while FII targets primary market.

         (d)  FII is considered to be more stable than FDI

Q-3. . The following are some of the items of expenditure of the Central Government in India.

      1- Interest payments, 2- Major subsidies

      3- Pensions, 4- Loans and advances

      Which of the above is/are included in non-plan revenue expenditure ?

             (a)  Only 1                      (b) 2 and 3

             (c)  1,2 and 3                  (d) 2, 3 and 4

Q-4.  If we deduct grants for creation of capital assets from revenue deficit, we arrive at the Concept of

             (a)  Primary Deficit

             (b)  Net Fiscal Deficit

             (c)  Budgetary Deficit

             (d)  Effective Revenue Deficit

Q-5.  Which of the following is/are included in the capital budget of the Government of India ?

      1.  Expenditure on acquisition of assets like roads, buildings, machinery, etc.

      2.  Loans received from foreign governments

      3.  Loans and advances to the States and Union Territories.

      Select the correct answer using the code given below.

(a)  1 only                       (b) 2 and 3 only

(c)  1 and 3 only             (d) 1, 2 and 3

Answer 3 August  -   1-a      2-b    3-c    4-d      5-d

 

Date - 2 August  2019 Questions

Q.1-  Which of the following are among the non-plan expenditures of the Government of India ?

1-   Defence expenditure

2-   Subsidies

3-   All expenditures linked with the previous plan periods

4-   Interest payment

Codes :

(a)  1 and 2                     (b) 1 and 3

(c)  2 and 4                     (d) 1, 2, 3 and 4

 

Q.2-   With reference to inflation in India, which of the following statement is correct ?           

(a)  Controling the inflation in India is the responsibility of the Government of India only

(b)  The Reserve Bank of India has no role in controlling the inflation

(c)  Decreased money circulation helps in controlling the inflation

(d)  Increased money circulation helps in controlling the inflation

 

Q.3-   With reference to Union Budget, which of the following is/are covered under Non-Plan Expenditure ?  

1-   Defence expenditure

2-   Interest payments

3-   Salary and pension

4-   Subsidies

Select the correct answer using the code given below.

(a)  1 only                       (b) 2 and 3 only

(c)  1, 2, 3 and 4             (d) none

 

Q.4-   If the interest rate is decreased in an economy, it will'

      (a)  decrease the consumption expenditure in the economy

      (b)  increase the tax collection of the Government

      (c)  increase the investment expenditure in the economy

      (d)  increase the total savings in the economy

 

Q.5- Which one of the following groups of items is included in India's foreign-exchange reserves?

       (a)  Foreign currency assets, special drawing rights (SDRs) and loans from foreign countries.

       (b) Foreign currency assets, gold holdings of the RBI and SDR's.

       (c)  Foreign currency assets, loans from the world bank and SDRs,

       (d) Foreign currency assets, gold holdings of the RBI and loans from the world bank.

Answer 2 August  -   1-d      2-c    3-c    4-c      5-b

 

Date - 1 August  2019 Questions

Q- 1. Which one of the following is likely to be the most inflationary in its 

  effect ?                                                           

       (a)  Repayment of public debt

       (b)  Borrowing from the public to finance a budget deficit

       (c)  Borrowing from banks to finance a budget deficit

       (d)  Creating new money to finance a budget deficit

 

Q-2.   In the context of Indian economy, open Market Operations' refers to:      

           (a)  borrowing by scheduled banks from the RBI.

           (b)  lending by commercial banks to industry and trade.

           (c)  purchase and sale of government securities by the RBI.

           (d)  None of the above.

Q-3.   There has been a persistent deficit budget year after year. Which of the following actions can be taken by the government to reduce the deficit ? 

     1-   Reducing revenue expenditure

     2-   Introducing new welfare schemes

     3-   Rationalizing subsidies

     4-   Expanding industries

Select the correct answer using the code given below.

        (a)  1 and 3 only             (b) 2 and 3 only

        (c)  1 only                       (d) 1, 2, 3 and 4

Q-4.  The price of any currency in international market is decided by the :

1- World Bank.

2- demand for goods/services provided by the country concerned.

3- stability of the government of the concerned country.

4- economic potential of the country in question.

Which of the statement given above are correct?

         (a)  1, 2, 3 and 4             (b) 1 and 2 only

         (c)  3 and 4 only             (d) 1 and 4 only

Q-5. Which of the following would include Foreign Direct investment in India?         

1- Subsidiaries of companies in India.

2- Majority foreign equity holding in Indian companies.

3- companies exclusively financed by foreign companies.

4- Portfolio investment.

Select the correct answer using the codes given below:

(a)  1,2,3 and 4               (b)  2 and 4 only

(c)  1 and 3 only (d)          1,2 and 3 only

Answer 1 August  -   1-d      2-c    3-a    4-b      5-d

 

Date - 31 July 2019 Questions

Q.1- Consider the following statements regarding the Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Bill, 2019-

     1) The Bill makes all declaration of talaq, including in written or electronic form, to be void (i.e. not enforceable in law) and illegal.

     2) The Bill makes declaration of talaq a cognizable offence, attracting up to three years’ imprisonment with a fine.

which of the above statement/s is/are correct?

   a) 1 only

   b) 2 only

   c) both 1 & 2

   d) neither 1 nor 2

Q.2- which of the following countries open in Black Sea?

   1) Turkey

   2) Bulgaria

   3) Moldova

   4) Ukraine

   5) Armenia

a) 1 ,2 & 4 only

b) 3 and 5 only

c) 1,2,4 & 5 only

d) 1,2,3,4 & 5

Q.3-Consider the following statement regarding PM Gram Sadak Yojana

1) it's aim to provide connectivity, by way of an all weather road to the eligible unconnected habitations in the rural areas.

2) it comes under the ministry of road transport and highways.

3) it is a central sector scheme with 100% funding from Government of India.

which of the above statement/s is/are correct?

a) 1 only

b) 1 & 2 only

c) 1 & 3 only

d) 1,2 & 3

Q.4- consider the following statement

1) founded the Atmiya Sabha.

2) edited the newspapers Sambad Kaumudi and Mirat-ul-Akbar.

3) helped in establishing Hindu College.

Above statements are related to-

a) Ishwar Chand Vidyasagar

b) Keshab Chand Sen

c) Raja Ram Mohan Roy

d) Raja Radha Kanta Deb

Q.5- Pakke tiger reserve is located in-

a) Aasam

b) Manipur

c) Meghalaya

d) Arunachal Pradesh

 

Date - 30 July 2019 Questions

Q-1 The protection of Human Rights (Amendment) Bill, 2019 has been passed by Parliament. Which of the following statement/s is/are correct about this bill?

    1- The Bill amends to provide that a person who has been Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, or a Judge of the Supreme Court will be the chairperson of the NHRC.

    2- The Bill provides for including the chairpersons of the National Commission for Backward Classes, the National Commission for the Protection of Child Rights, and the Chief       Commissioner for Persons with Disabilities as members of the NHRC.

      a) 1 only

      b) 2 only

      c) Both 1 & 2

      d) Neither 1 nor 2

Q-2 Which of the following countries do not open in Mediterranean Sea?

       1-Italy

       2-Greece

       3-Saudi Arabia

       4-Isreal

       5-Jordan

      a) 1,2 and 4 only

      b) 3,4 and 5 only

      c) 3 and 5 only

      d) 2,3 and 4 only

Q-3 Which of the following statement/s is/are correct about Geographical Indications (GIs)?

       1- Product has been registered for geographical indication by the The Controller-General of Patents, Designs and Trade Marks under the ministry of commerce and industry.

       2 -GI status is given for the period of 15 years at a time and can be renewed.

       a) 1 only

       b) 2 only

       c) both 1 and 2

       d) neither 1 nor 2

Q-4 Which of the following statement/s is/are correct about PM Shram Yogi Mandhan Yojana?

      1- Aim of the scheme is to provide pension to unorganized workers whose monthly income is rs. 15000 per month or less and belong to the entry age group of 18-40 years.

      2-Minimum assured pension of rs 3000 per month shall be provided after the age of 60 years .

      a)1 only

      b) 2 only

      c) both 1 and 2

      d) neither 1 nor 2

Q-5 which of the following pair/s is/are correctly matched?

     1- Pench tiger reserve- Madhya pradesh

     2- Periyar tiger reserve- Kerala

     3- Dampa tiger reserve- Manipur

         a) 1 only

         b) 1 and 2 only

         c) 2 and 3 only

         d) 1,2 and 3 only

 

Answer 30 july -   1-c      2-c    3-a    4-c      5-b

 

Date - 29 July 2019 Questions

Q-1    Which of the following statement/s is/are correct about National Tiger Conservation Authority?

    1-   it is a statutory body under the Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change.

    2.   it was constituted under enabling provisions of the Environment Protection Act, 1986 as amended in 2006.

    3-   Tiger census is done by National Tiger conservation Authority in every 5 years.

         a) 1 only

         b) 1 and 3 only

         c) 1 and 2 only

         d) 1,2 and 3

Q-2   which of the following statement/s is/are correct?

    1-  PM KISAN scheme is a central sector scheme with 100% funding from Government of India.

    2-  Under this scheme  an income support of Rs.6000/- per year in three equal instalments will be provided to small and marginal farmer families(SMFs) having combined land     holding/ownership of up to 2 hectares

    3-  The number of eligible SMFs under the scheme has been estimated on the basis of projection of Agricultural Census 2015-16 data for 2018-19.

     a) 1 and 2 only

     b)  2 only

     c)  2 and 3 only

     d) 1,2 and 3 only

Q-3   which of the following statement/s is/are correct about Virtual currency?

    1- It is based on Distributed Ledger Technologies( Blockchain).

    2-it is legal tender and have the backing of government in India.

    a) 1 only

    b) 2 only

    c) both 1 & 2

    d) neither 1 nor 2

Q-4   which of the following country does not open in Red sea?

    a)Sudan

    b) Eritrea

    c) Ethiopia

    d) Egypt

Q-5  'LAQSHYA', an initiative of the Government of India, aims at

    a) increasing the enrolment of girl child in primary schools.

    b) increasing the tiger population in the country.

    c) increasing the quality of care in labour room and maternity operation theatre.

    d) increasing the export of textile in the country.

 

Date - 29 July 2019 answers - 1- a,   2- d,   3- a,  4- c,  5- c

 

Date - 27 July 2019

Q-1         Which of the following is related to tenth schedule.

                A    official language

                B    Allocation of seats in council of states

                C    Panchayati raj institution

                D    Anti defection law

Q-2         Which of the following country is landlocked?

               A      Laos

               B      Vietnam

               C      Thailand

               D      Myanmar

Q-3      Which of the following is not the objective of National Creche Scheme?

            A   To provide day facilities for children (6 months to 8 years) of working mothers in the community.

            B   To improve nutrition & health status of children.

            C   To promote physical, cognitive, social & emotional development of children.

            D  To educate & empower parents for better child care.

Q-4     Which of the following statement/s is/are correct?

          1.    SHREYAS scheme is launched to improve employability of students by introducing employment relevance                           into the learning process of higher education.

          2.    It is a joint initiative of Min. HRD, Min. of skill development & entrepreneurship and                                                                  Min. of labour & employment.

           A      1 only    

           B      2 only

           C     both 1 & 2

           D     neither 1 nor 2

Q-5   Which of the following statement/s is/are correct?

     1.   POSHAN Abhiyan(National Nutrition Mission) comes under the Min. of health & family welfare.

     2.   Goal of NNM are to achieve improvement in nutritional status of children from 0-6 years, adolescent girls,                            pregnant women & lactating mothers.

     3.   All the districts of all states/UTs will be covered in 3 phases till March, 2020

          A     1 & 2 only                                         

          B      2 only

          C     3 only                                               

          D     All are correct    

Date - 27 July 2019 answers -  1-D,  2-A,  3-A,  4-C,  5-B