SSC CHSL (Tier - 1) Online Exam Paper - 2016 "held on 27 January 2017" Afternoon Shift (General Awareness)

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SSC CHSL (Tier - 1) Online Exam Paper - 2016 "held on 27 January 2017"

Afternoon Shift (General Awareness)

QID : 126 ­ Asiatic black bear and snow leopard is found in which of the following places?

Options:

1) Sundarbans National Park

2) Nanda Devi and Valley of Flowers National Parks

3) Keoladeo National Park

4) Manas Wildlife Sanctuary

Correct Answer: Nanda Devi and Valley of Flowers National Parks

QID : 127 ­ Mother Teresa won Nobel Prize for?

Options:

1) Literature

2) Physics

3) Peace

4) Economic Studies

Correct Answer: Peace

QID : 128 ­ BCG vaccine is given to protect from which of the following?

Options:

1) Jaundice

2) Anaemia

3) Tuberculosis

4) Polio

Correct Answer: Tuberculosis

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QID : 129 ­ Parallel venation is found in  ..............

Options:

1) plants which are monocots

2) plants which have a dicot stem

3) plants with leaves similar to Tulsi

4) plants with tap roots

Correct Answer: plants which are monocots

QID : 130 ­ The hardest part of the body is  ..............

Options:

1) Bones

2) Tooth Enamel

3) Skull

4) Spinal Cord

Correct Answer: Tooth Enamel

QID : 131 ­ The Chemical formula of Ammonium sulphate is

Options:

1) NH4SO4

2) (NH4)2SO3

3) NH4SO3

4) (NH4)2SOv

Correct Answer: (NH4)2SO4

QID : 132 ­ The common name of lead (II) sulphide is

Options:

1) borax

2) epsom salt

3) galena

4) brimstone

Correct Answer: galena

QID : 133 ­ SMTP in computer science stands for?

Options:

1) Simple Markup Transfer Protocol

2) Systems Mail Transfer Protocol

3) Simple Mail Transfer Protocol

4) Systems Memory Transfer Protocol

Correct Answer: Simple Mail Transfer Protocol

QID : 134 ­ Which of the following is a string based Indian musical instrument?

Options:

1) Samvadini

2) Jaltarang

3) Surbahar

4) Pakhawaj

Correct Answer: Surbahar

QID : 135 ­ Calculate a country's GDP if for the year, consumer spending is $900 million, government spending is $250 million, investment by businesses is $180 million, exports are $85 million and imports are $100 million.

Options:

1) $1345 million

2) $1315 million

3) $955 million

4) $815 million

Correct Answer: $1315 million

QID : 136 ­ Increase in the demand for a good will cause the equilibrium price of the good to  .............and the equilibrium quantity to  ..............

Options:

1) increase; increase

2) decrease; decrease

3) increase; decrease

4) decrease; increase

Correct Answer: increase; increase

QID : 137 ­ Which type of pathogen causes the water­borne disease E. coli Infection?

Options:

1) Protozoan

2) Parasitic

3) Bacterial

4) Viral

Correct Answer: Bacterial

QID : 138 ­  .............is a measure of the actual amount of water vapour in a particular sample of air: measured as a partial pressure.

Options:

1) Specific Humidity

2) Absolute Humidity

3) Relative Humidity

4) Dew Point

Correct Answer: Absolute Humidity

QID : 139 ­ In India all of the following are sources for government revenue, except?

Options:

1) Agricultural income tax

2) Anti dumping duty

3) Perquisite tax

4) Toll tax

Correct Answer: Agricultural income tax

QID : 140 ­ Ranchi is the capital of which Indian State?

Options:

1) Chattisgarh

2) Goa

3) Himachal Pradesh

4) Jharkhand

Correct Answer: Jharkhand

QID : 141 ­ What is the capital of Greece?

Options:

1) Buenos Aires

2) Stockholm

3) Athens

4) Bern

Correct Answer: Athens

QID : 142 ­ World War 2 was fought between two groups, the Allies and the Axis Powers? Which country did not belong to the Axis Powers?

Options:

1) Denmark

2) Bulgaria

3) Romania

4) Italy

Correct Answer: Denmark

QID : 143 ­ During Akbar's reign who was the Finance Minister of the Mughal empire?

Options:

1) Raja Todar Mal

2) Man Singh I

3) Birbal

4) Tansen

Correct Answer: Raja Todar Mal

QID : 144 ­ Who Invented Lawnmower?

Options:

1) Edwin Howard Armstrong

2) John Barber

3) Edwin Beard Budding

4) Nicholas Callan

Correct Answer: Edwin Beard Budding

QID : 145 ­  .............is defined as the force acting per unit current per unit length on a wire placed at right angles to the magnetic field.

Options:

1) Magnetic susceptibility

2) Magnetic flux density

3) Magnetic flux

4) Magnetic pulse

Correct Answer: Magnetic flux density

QID : 146 ­ If an object moves in a purely rotatory motion, then each constituent particle of the body moves in a circle, the centre of which is located on a line is called  ..............

Options:

1) the axis of rotation

2) the line of rotation

3) the spinning rod

4) the fixed line

Correct Answer: the axis of rotation

QID : 147 ­ The second most senior office in the country is of  ..............

Options:

1) Office of the President of India

2) Office of the Prime Minister of India

3) Office of the Vice President of India

4) Office of the Chief Justice of India

Correct Answer: Office of the Vice President of India

QID : 148 ­ Article 187 of the Indian Constitution "Secretariat of State Legislature" deals with?

Options:

1) the State Government

2) the directive principles of state policy

3) the Union Government

4) the fundamental rights of the Indian Citizen

Correct Answer: the State Government

QID : 149 ­ Which country won the first cricket world cup?

Options:

1) New Zealand

2) West Indies

3) England

4) Australia

Correct Answer: West Indies

QID : 150 ­ Who is the author of "Promise Me a Million Times"?

Options:

1) Amish Tripathi

2) Durjoy Datta

3) Keshav Aneel

4) Savi Sharma

Correct Answer: Keshav Aneel

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