SSC CPO Exam Paper - 2017 "held on 03 July 2017" Shift-2 (General Knowledge and General Awareness)

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SSC CPO Exam Paper - 2017 "held on 03 July 2017" Shift-2

(General Knowledge and General Awareness)

QID : 251 - Real estate comes under which sector?
Options:
1) Primary
2) Tertiary
3) Secondary
4) Both Secondary and Tertiary 
Correct Answer: Tertiary
 
QID : 252 - What is the full form of PMGSY?
Options:
1) Pradhan Mantri Greh Sadak Yojana
2) Pradhan Mantri Gaon Sadak Yojana
3) Pradhan Mantri Guarantee Sadak Yojana
4) Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana
Correct Answer: Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana
 
QID : 253 - 
Options:
1) 1-b, 2-a, 3-c, 4-d
 
2) 1-c, 2-a, 3-d, 4-b
 
3) 1-b, 2-c, 3-d, 4-a
 
4) 1-b, 2-a, 3-d, 4-c
Correct Answer: 1-b, 2-a, 3-d, 4-c
 
QID : 254 - Which Five Year Plan had a motive of 'Faster, More inclusive and Sustainable growth'?
Options:
1) Tenth
2) Twelfth
3) Seventh
4) Eleventh
Correct Answer: Twelfth
 
QID : 255 - How many Navratnas CPSEs (Central Public Sector Enterprises) are there in India?
Options:
1) 16
2) 17
3) 18
4) 21
Correct Answer: 17
 
QID : 256 - In which country political theory of 'Fascism' started?
Options:
1) Japan
2) Russia
3) Italy
4) China
Correct Answer: Italy
 
QID : 257 - Who among the following supports customary rights?
Options:
1) Ritchie
2) Locke
3) Plato
4) Heller
Correct Answer: Ritchie
 
QID : 258 - Which of the following statement(s) is/are CORRECT?
I. In federal government, power is distributed among the legislature, executive and judiciary.
II. Due to political competition in a democracy, social divisions get reflected in politics.
III. Communal politics is based on the belief that one religion is superior to that of others.
 
Options:
1) I and II
2) I, II and III
3) I and III
4) II and III
Correct Answer: I, II and III
 
QID : 259 - Who among the following declares Financial Emergency in India?
Options:
1) President
2) Prime minister
3) Central Council of Ministers
4) Supreme Court of India
Correct Answer: President
 
QID : 260 - Which among the following is also known as chief law officer of Government of India?
Options:
1) Chief Justice of India
2) Comptroller and Auditor General
3) Attorney General of India
4) Judge of Supreme Court of India
Correct Answer: Attorney General of India
 
QID : 261 - What is the term of office of Chief Election Commissioner of India?
Options:
1) Five years
2) Six years
3) Five years or 60 years of age
4) Six years or 65 years of age
Correct Answer: Six years or 65 years of age
 
QID : 262 - Lakshadweep's High Court is located in which state of India?
Options:
1) Tamil Nadu
2) Kerala
3) Andhra Pradesh
4) Karnataka
Correct Answer: Kerala
 
QID : 263 - Which among the following can be amended only by special majority in India?
Options:
1) Admission of New State
2) Salaries and allowances of Member of Parliament
3) Allowances of the President
4) Ammendment of the Constitution via article 368
Correct Answer: Ammendment of the Constitution via article 368
 
QID : 264 - Who among of the following started Marathi fortnightly newspaper 'Bahishkrit Bharat'?
Options:
1) Dr. B. R. Ambedkar
2) Vir Savarkar
3) Vinobha Bhave
4) Lokmanya Tilak
Correct Answer: Dr. B. R. Ambedkar
 
QID : 265 - Who among the following did not ruled the Delhi Sultanate?
Options:
1) Slave dynasty
2) Syed dynasty
3) Khilji dynasty
4) Ghori dynasty
Correct Answer: Ghori dynasty
 
QID : 266 - Who among of the following was the Viceroy of India when Indian University Act, 1904 was passed?
Options:
1) Lord Dufferin
2) Lord Lansdowne
3) Lord Minto
4) Lord Curzon
Correct Answer: Lord Curzon
 
QID : 267 - Who among the following was also known as 'Zinda Pir'?
Options:
1) Akbar
2) Jahangir
3) Shahjahan
4) Aurangzeb
Correct Answer: Aurangzeb
 
QID : 268 - 'Satyashodhak Samaj' was founded by whom?
Options:
1) Mahatma Gandhi
2) Jyotirao Phule
3) Dr. B. R. Ambedkar
4) Swami Vivekanand
Correct Answer: Jyotirao Phule
 
QID : 269 - 
Options:
1) 1 – b, 2 – a, 3 – c
2) 1 – c, 2 – a, 3 – b
3) 1 – c, 2 – b, 3 – a
4) 1 – a, 2 – c, 3 – b
Correct Answer: 1 – c, 2 – a, 3 – b
 
QID : 270 - On which of the following date, summer solstice is observed in Southern Hemisphere?
Options:
1) 21st December
2) 5th August
3) 18th July
4) 11th January
Correct Answer: 21st December
 
QID : 271 - Moraine is a kind of soil erosion that is caused by which of the following?
Options:
1) Glacier
2) Wind
3) River water
4) Underground water
Correct Answer: Glacier
 
QID : 272 - 'Sardar Sarovar Dam' is on which of the following rivers?
Options:
1) Krishna
2) Godavari
3) Narmada
4) Mahanadi
Correct Answer: Narmada
 
QID : 273 - Which river of India has an Inland drainage?
Options:
1) Tapi
2) Ganga
3) Godavari
4) Luni
Correct Answer: Luni
 
QID : 274 - Who among the following is known as 'Father of Biology'?
Options:
1) Darwin
2) Aristotle
3) Heckle
4) Edward Jenner
Correct Answer: Aristotle
 
QID : 275 - Which of the following is necessary for Blood clotting in humans? 
Options:
1) Vitamin A
2) Vitamin K
3) Vitamin C
4) Vitamin E
Correct Answer: Vitamin K
 
QID : 276 - Which of the following human gland produces Insulin?
Options:
1) Spleen
2) Liver
3) Pancreas
4) Pituitary Gland
Correct Answer: Pancreas
 
QID : 277 - What is the normal blood pressure in human beings?
Options:
1) 120/90
2) 120/80
3) 140/90
4) 140/100
Correct Answer: 120/80
 
QID : 278 - Who among the following is known as 'Father of Genetics'?
Options:
1) Darwin
2) Mendel
3) Lamarck
4) De Vries
Correct Answer: Mendel
 
QID : 279 - Early blight is a common disease seen in which of the following?
Options:
1) Potato
2) Ginger
3) Cabbage
4) Cauliflower
Correct Answer: Potato
 
QID : 280 - When an object is kept between two parallel plane mirrors then what is the number of images formed?
Options:
1) 1
2) 2
3) 4
4) Infinite
Correct Answer: Infinite
 
QID : 281 - Friction can be reduced by which of the following?
I. Polishing surfaces
II. Use of lubricants
III. Decreasing area of contact
Options:
1) Only I
2) Only II
3) Only I and II
4) All options are correct
Correct Answer: Only I and II
 
QID : 282 - When the speed of a moving object is halved, its ______.
Options:
1) Kinetic energy becomes 1/4 of the original
2) Kinetic energy becomes 4 times the original
3) No change in the kinetic energy
4) Acceleration is doubled
Correct Answer: Kinetic energy becomes 1/4 of the original
 
QID : 283 - The working principle of a mercury thermometer is ______.
Options:
1) Change in density of matter on heating 
2) Expansion of matter on heating
3) Thermal resistance of matter
4) Change in mass of matter on heating
Correct Answer: Expansion of matter on heating
 
QID : 284 - What is storage size of commonly used floppy disks?
Options:
1) 2.0 MB
2) 4.0 MB
3) 1.44 MB
4) 2.44 MB
Correct Answer: 1.44 MB
 
QID : 285 - Which of the following is managed by operating system?
I. Memory
II. Processor
III. Input/Output devices
Options:
1) Only I
2) I, II and III
3) I and II
4) Only II
Correct Answer: I, II and III
 
QID : 286 - Which of the following is used for ripening of fruits?
Options:
1) Methylene
2) Ethylene
3) Acetone
4) Methane
Correct Answer: Ethylene
 
QID : 287 - What is the major component of Gobar Gas?
Options:
1) Propane
2) Butane
3) Methane
4) Ethylene
Correct Answer: Methane
 
QID : 288 - Rock Salt contains which mineral?
Options:
1) Gypsum 
2) Sodium 
3) Potassium
4) Magnesium
Correct Answer: Sodium 
 
QID : 289 - Which of the following is not a transition metal?
Options:
1) Actinium
2) Bohrium
3) Osmium
4) Radium
Correct Answer: Radium
 
QID : 290 - Which of the following is/are CORRECT?
Options:
1) SPM – Suspended Particulate Matter
2) COD – Chemical Oxygen Demand
3) Both SPM – Suspended Particulate Matter and COD – Chemical Oxygen Demand
4) None of these
Correct Answer: Both SPM – Suspended Particulate Matter and COD – Chemical Oxygen Demand
 
QID : 291 - In which year 'Project Tiger' was launched?
Options:
1) 1973
2) 1982
3) 1993
4) 1962
Correct Answer: 1973
 
QID : 292 - Which of the following is non-biodegradable?
I. Glass
II. Cotton
III. Paper
Options:
1) Only I
2) I and III
3) II and III
4) I, II and III
Correct Answer: Only I
 
QID : 293 - The agricultural ministry has unveiled 'A.P.M.C. Act 2017' which has defined each state/UT as a ______.
Options:
1) Single unified market
2) Multiple unified markets
3) Single diversified market
4) Multiple diversified Market
Correct Answer: Single unified market
 
QID : 294 - Who amongst the following discovered 'electron'?
Options:
1) Archimedes
2) Roald Amundsen
3) J. J. Thomson
4) Rudolf Diesel
Correct Answer: J. J. Thomson
 
QID : 295 - 'Him Gold Cup' is related to which sport?
Options:
1) Cricket
2) Boxing
3) Hockey
4) Volleyball
Correct Answer: Hockey
 
QID : 296 - Which of the following pair is incorrect?
Options:
1) Sanjukta Panigarhil - Odissi Dance
2) Shiv kumar Sharma – Flute
3) Raja Ravi Verma – Painter
4) Ustad Vilayat Khan – Sitar
Correct Answer: Shiv kumar Sharma – Flute
 
QID : 297 - Which album received the 'Album of the year' award at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards?
Options:
1) 25
2) Lemonade
3) Purpose
4) Views
Correct Answer: 25
 
QID : 298 - 'Khullam Khulla' is an autobiography of which famous actor?
Options:
1) Shatrughan Sinha
2) Mithun Chakarborty
3) Jeetendra
4) Rishi Kapoor
Correct Answer: Rishi Kapoor
 
QID : 299 - India and Turkey have signed three agreements in the fields of ICT, training and ______ on May 1, 2017. 
Options:
1) Trade
2) Culture
3) Education
4) Agriculture
Correct Answer: Culture
 
QID : 300 - New oil terminal to be built at Motihari in Bihar will supply fuel to ______.
Options:
1) Myanmar
2) Bhutan
3) China
4) Nepal
Correct Answer: Myanmar
 

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