Osmanabad District Court Question paper Set 1

  1. ‘Closed Economy’ is that economy in which

1) only export takes place

2) money supply is fully controlled

3) deficit financing takes place

4) neither export nor import takes place

Ans:- 4) neither export nor import takes place

  1. Which one of the following is an example of extra-constitutional power of Governor of a state in India?

(1) His role as Chancellor of the universities in the State

(2) His Power to dismiss the ministry

(3) His Power to dissolve the State Legislative Assembly

(4) His Power to return a Bill to the State Legislative Assembly for reconsideration

Ans:- 1) His role as Chancellor of the universities in the State

  1. How many members of the State Legislative Council are elected by the Assembly?

(1) 1/6th of the members

(2) 1/3rd of the members

(3) 1/12th of the members

(4) 5/6th of the members

Ans:- (2) 1/3rd of the members

  1. Which reformer from Maharashatra was known as lokhitvadi?

(1) Pandita Ramabai

(2) Gopal Krishna Gokhale

(3) M G Ranade

(4) Gopal Hari Deshmukh

Ans:- (4) Gopal Hari Deshmukh

  1. Zonal Councils have been created by

(1) Constitution

(2) Act of Parliament

(3) Government Resolution

(4) National Development Council

Ans:- (4) Act of Parliament

  1. In a judgement delivered by the Supreme Court of India, which of the following substances should be treated as mineral and is most readily and freely available substance on the earth?

(1) Water

(2) Oil

(3) Natural Gas

(4) Coal

Ans:- (1) Water

  1. The minimum age for the members of Rajya Sabha is

(1) 25 years

(2) 21 years

(3) 30 years

(4) 35 years

Ans:- (3) 30 years

  1. The day to day administration of a Union Territory in India is looked after by a

(1) Council of Ministers

(2) Lt. Governor

(3) Governor

(4) The President

Ans:- (2) Lt. Governor

  1. Article 324 of the Constitution of India is related to

(1) Election Commission

(2) Finance Commission

(3) Union Public Service Commission

(4) Planning Commission

Ans:- (1) Election Commission

  1. Which one of the following amendments to the Indian constitution incorporated the fundamental duties of citizens?

(1) 41st

(2) 42nd

(3) 43rd

(4) 44th

Ans:- (2) 42nd

  1. After every general election which House(s) of the Parliament is (are) reconstituted?

(1) Rajya Sabha

(2) Lok sabha

(3) Both Houses of Parliament

(4) None because both the Houses have some nominees

Ans:- (2) Lok sabha

  1. The inter-state dispute for a better share of water of the Parambikulam-Aliyar project involves

(1) Tamil Nadu and Karnataka

(2) Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu

(3) Kerala and Karnataka

(4) Tamil Nadu and Kerala

Ans:- (4) Tamil Nadu and Kerala

  1. The aluminium factory Hindalco situated near Renukoot has been set up there for which of the following reasons?

(1) Proximity to raw material

(2) Abundant supply of electricity

(3) Effective transport network

(4) Proximity to the market

Ans:- (4) Proximity to the market

  1. To be recognised as a national party in India, a Political party would be automatically eligible if it enjoyed the status of a state party in at least

(1) Two states or Union Territories

(2) Three states or Union Territories

(3) Four states or Union Territories

(4) Five states or Union Territories

Ans:- (3) Four states or Union Territories

  1. Which one of the following crop combinations is characteristic of the upper Brahmaputura Valley?

(1) Rice, Jute, Oil-seeds

(2) Rice, Pulses, Oil-seeds

(3) Rice, Tea, Oil-seeds

(4) Tea, Gram, Jute

Ans:- (3) Rice, Tea, Oil-seeds

  1. The capital of Somalia is

(1) Mogadishu

(2) Johannesburg

(3) Ankara

(4) Dar-es-salaam

Ans:- (1) Mogadishu

  1. Which is a credit rating agency in India?

(1) CRISIL

(2) CARE

(3) ICRA

(4) All of these

Ans:- (4) All of these

  1. The main security guard of International Trade is

(1) IMF

(2) World Bank

(3) WTO

(4) IFC

Ans:- (3) WTO

  1. Centralized planning was first adopted in the economy of

(1) USSR

(2) Poland

(3) China

(4) India

Ans:- (1) USSR

  1. National Rural Development Institute is situated at

(1) Shimla

(2) Hyderabad

(3) Patna

(4) New Delhi

Ans:- (2) Hyderabad

  1. Who introduced ‘Kabuliyat’ and ‘Patta’?

(1) Alauddin Khilji

(2) Feroz Tughlaq

(3) Akbar

(4) Sher Shah

Ans:- (4) Sher Shah

  1. The name of the last delhi sultan is

(1) Khigir Khan

(2) Mubarak Shah

(3) Ibrahim Lodi

(4) Sikandar Lodi

Ans:- (3) Ibrahim Lodi

  1. The kingdom described by Kalhan in ‘Rajatarangini’is

(1) Magadh

(2) Koshal

(3) Kashmir

(4) Gandhar

Ans:- (3) Kashmir

  1. The system of Communal Electorate in India was first introduced by the

(1) Indian council Act, 1892

(2) Minto-Morley Reforms, 1909

(3) Montagu-Chelmsford Reforms, 1919

(4) Government of India Act, 1935

Ans:- (2) Minto-Morley Reforms, 1909

  1. Which one of the following groups of articles of the constitution of India grants the right to equality?

(1) Articles 16 to 20

(2) Articles 15 to 19

(3) Articles 14 to 18

(4) Articles 13 to 17

Ans:- (3) Articles 14 to 18

  1. Which of the following is the strongest force?

(1) Atomic force

(2) Gravitational force

(3) Electromagnetic force

(4) Nuclear force

Ans:- (4) Gravitational force

  1. A, B and C are employed to do a piece of work for Rs. 529. A and B together are supposed to do 19/23 of work and B and C together 8/23 of the work. What should A be paid?

(1) Rs. 92

(2) Rs. 345

(3) Rs. 280

(4) Rs. 176  1/3

Ans:- (2) Rs. 345

  1. Find the average of 8, 10, 11, 15 and 16

(1) 10

(2) 8

(3) 11

(4) 12

Ans:- (4) 12

  1. Sanjay, Vijay and Ajay invested Rs. 400, Rs. 700 and Rs. 300 respectively in a business. If Sanjay got Rs. 80 as his share of profit, what did Vijay get?

(1) Rs. 70

(2) Rs. 60

(3) Rs. 150

(4) Rs. 140

Ans:- (4) Rs. 140

  1. Mahavir pays 10% of his income as rent, 20% on the education of his children and 65% on his living expenses. If he deposits the remaining Rs. 40 in the post office, find his income.

(1) Rs. 400

(2) Rs. 700

(3) Rs. 800

(4) Rs. 900

Ans:- (3) Rs. 800

  1. Find out the two numbers whose difference is 36 and the ratio between them is 7:16

(1) 28, 64

(2) 14, 32

(3) 64, 28

(4) 21, 48

Ans:- (1) 28, 64

  1. The population of a village is 3500, out of which 44% are men, 35% women and the rest are children. find the number of children in the village.

(1) 1120

(2) 1540

(3) 735

(4) 1050

Ans:- (3) 735

  1. A number being successively divided by 9, 11 and 13 leaves 8, 9 and 8 remainders respectively. If the order of divisors is reversed, then remainders will be

(1) 8, 9, 8

(2) 9, 8, 8

(3) 10, 1, 6

(4) 10, 8, 9

Ans:- (3) 10, 1, 6

  1. The marked price of an article is 40% above the cost price. The discount that may be allowed to make profit of 12% is

(1) 52%

(2) 28%

(3) 14%

(4) 20%

Ans:- (4) 20%

  1. The population of a town is 8000. If population increases by 10% during first year and 20% during second year, what will be the population after 2 years?

(1) 15600

(2) 15060

(3) 10560

(4) 80160

Ans:- (3) 10560

  1. If a sum is doubled in 3 years, at a rate of compound interest, in how many years will it be 16 times at the same rate of interest?

(1) 24 yrs

(2) 8 yrs

(3) 12 yrs

(4) 6 yrs

Ans:- (3) 12 yrs

  1. If a sum of money put out at compound interest amounts to Rs. 1460 in 2 years and Rs. 1606 in 3 years. What is the rate of interest.

(1) 9%

(2) 11%

(3) 12%

(4) 10%

Ans:- (4) 10%

  1. What price should a shop-keeper mark on an article costing him Rs. 153 to gain 20% after allowing discount of 15%?

(1) Rs. 162

(2) Rs. 184

(3) Rs. 216

(4) Rs.224

Ans:- (3) Rs. 216

  1. Yogesh took a loan of Rs. 12000 for 5 years on simple interest. After 5 years he paid Rs. 3600 as interest. What is the rate of interest percent per annum?

(1) 6%

(2) 8%

(3) 4%

(4) Cannot be determined

Ans:- (1) 6%

  1. A sum of Rs. 2400 amounts to Rs. 3264 in 4 years at a certain rate of simple interest. If the rate of interest is increased by 1% , the same sum in the same time would amount to

(1) Rs. 3288

(2) Rs. 3312

(3) Rs. 3340

(4) Rs. 3360

Ans:- (4) Rs. 3360

  1. LCM of two numbers is 14 times their GCF. The sum of the LCM and GCF is 600. If one number is 280, what is the other number? (1) 160

(2) 60

(3) 80

(4) 40

Ans:- (3) 80

  1. Find the smallest number which is divided by 4, 9, 12 and 16 each time leaves 3 remain

(1) 290

(2) 141

(3) 147

(4) 146

Ans:- (3) 147

  1. Divide Rs. 760 among 4 men, 3 women and 5 children so that each man may have double the share of women and each woman may have three times the share of a child. Find the share of 1 child.

(1) Rs. 50

(2) Rs. 20

(3) Rs. 120

(4) Rs. 60

Ans:- (2) Rs. 20

  1. Rs. 800 were divided between Mahesh and Shyam in the ratio of 3:5. How many rupees will Shyam get more than Mahesh?

(1) 40

(2) 70

(3) 100

(4) 200

Ans:- (4) 200

  1. There is piece of cloth 7.20 m long and 2.10 m wide. Out of this cloth square pieces of maximum sides are to be so cut that there is no wastage of the cloth. The length of side of each square piece would be

(1) 25 cm

(2) 30 cm

(3) 20 cm

(4) 24 cm

Ans:- (2) 30 cm