Sangli Zilla Parishad Set One Question Papers with Answer Key

1.Golden Jubliee Celebrations of the Afro-Asian Rural Development Organisation was inaugurated by Prime Minister
Manmohan Singh in this city
A) New Delhi B) Mumbai C) Odisha D) Uttar Pradesh

Ans:- A) New Delhi

2. IPS Officer of 1977 batch was appointed as Director-General, National Disaster Response Force and Civil Defence (NDRF&CD), Minister of Home Affairs
(A) Prakash Mishra B) Kiran Bedi C) kamalchand
D) None of these

Ans:- (A) Prakash Mishra

3. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on 7 March 2012 issued directions to a Group of Minister to review the decision of export ban on this item
A) Jute B) Rice C) Medicines D) Cotton

Ans:- D) Cotton


4. Reserve Bank of India on 9 March 2012 cut the cash reserve ratio (CRR) by basis points
A) 70 basis points B) 72 basis points C) 75 basis points
D) 76 basis points

Ans:- C) 75 basis points

5. The first Indian actress to have been nominated to the Rajya Sabha was
A) Nargis Dutta B) Hema Malini C) jaya Prada D) None of these

Ans:- A) Nargis Dutta

6. According to data released by the govermment on 19 March 2012 retail inflation stood at this percent in February 2012
A) 7.58% B) 8.83% C) 8.67% D) 7.90%

Ans:- B) 8.83%

7. Moody’s downgraded this public sector Indian bank one notch on 19.03.2012 due to its high lavel of troubled assets and low provisions for coverage
A) State Bank of India B) South India Bank C) ICICI Bank
D) Union bank of India

Ans:- D) Union bank of India

8. Grand Central Terminal, Park Avenue, New York is the world’s
A) largest railway station B) highest railway station
C) Longest railways station D) None of these

Ans:- A) largest railway station

9. Entomology is the science that studies
A) Behavior of human beings B) Insects
C) The orisin and history of technical and scientific terms
D) The formation of rocks

Ans:- B) Insects

10. The Olympic Flame symbolizes
A) Unity among various nations of the worls
B) Speed, perfection and strenght
C) Sports as a means for securing hamony among nations
D) Cotinuity between the ancient and modern games

Ans:- D) Cotinuity between the ancient and modern games

11. For which of the following disciplines is Nobel Prize awarded
A) Physics and Chemistry B) Physiology or Medicine
C) Literature, Peace and Economics
D) All of these

Ans:- D) All of these

12. Hitler’s party which came into power in 1933 is known as
A) Labour Party B) Nazi Party C) Ku-Klux-Klan
D) Democratic Party

Ans:- B) Nazi Party

13. Which company manufactures low and power communication equipment like radius for use of defence services and paramilitary organizations
A) Bharat Eletronics Limited (BEL)
B) Goa Shipyard Limited (GSL)
C) Bharat Dynamic Limited(BDL)
D) None of these

Ans:- A) Bharat Eletronics Limited (BEL)

14. Where is the Judicature of Odisha
A) Bhubaneswar B) Cuttack C) Both D) None of these

Ans:- B) Cuttack

15. Which is the following are the Members of SAARC (South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation)
A) bhutan, Bangladesh, India and Pakistan
B) Bhutan, Bangladesh the Maldives, Nepal, India, India , Pakistan, Afganistan and Sri Lankka
C) Afganistan, Pakistan, Thiland, Indonesia, Nepal and Sri Lanka
D) None of these

Ans:- B) Bhutan, Bangladesh the Maldives, Nepal, India, India , Pakistan, Afganistan and Sri Lankka

16.The Official language of the Government of India is
A) English B) Malayalam C) Hindi D) marathi

Ans:- C) Hindi

17. When was mahatma Gandhi Assassinted
A) 1948 B) 1951 C) 1958 D) 1971

Ans:- A) 1948

18. When was pottery developed in the indus Valley
A) 5000 BC B) 6000 BC C) 3500 BC D) 2600 BC

Ans:- Update soon

19. Which is the India’s largest and the oldest museum
A) Indian Museum, Kolkata B) national Museum, New Delhi
C) Allahabad Museum D) salar Jung Museum, Hyderabad

Ans:- A) Indian Museum, Kolkata

20.Which Academy promotes and develops literature in all the 22 language of India
A) Sahitya Academy B) sangeet Natak Academy
C) Lalit kala Academy C) None of these

Ans:- A) Sahitya Academy

21. In which year of Eirst World War Germany declared war on Russia and france
A) 1914 B) 1915 C) 1916 D) 1917

Ans:- A) 1914

22. Indian has largest deposits of________in the world.
A) Gold B) Copper C) Mica D) None of these

Ans:- C) Mica

23. India’s first Technicolor film________in the early 1950s was produced by______
A) ‘Jhansi Ki Rani’, Sohrab Modi
B) ‘Jhani Ki Rani’ , Sir Syed Ahmed
C) ‘Mirza Ghalib’ , Sohrab Modi
D) ‘Mirza Ghalib’ , Munshi Premchand

Ans:- A) ‘Jhansi Ki Rani’, Sohrab Modi

24. India’s first statellite is named after
A) Aryabhatta B) Bhaskara II C) Bhaskara I
D) Albert Einstein

Ans:- A) Aryabhatta

25. In which year, terrorists crashed two planes into New York’s World Trade Centre on September 11 in a sequence of destruction
A) 2000 B) 2001 C) 2002 D) 2003

Ans:- B) 2001

26. In which of the following organs of human body does maximum absorption of food take place
A) Gullet B) Large intestine C) Small intestine
D) Stomach

Ans:- C) Small intestine

27. Human Rights Day is on
A) 24 February B) 10 December C) 15 May D) 21 july

Ans:- B) 10 December

28. The first recipient of Bharat Ratna Award in 1954 was
A) S. Radhakrishnan B) Rajagopalachari C) v. raman
D) jawaharlal Nehru

Ans:- B) Rajagopalachari

29. Kiran Bedi received Magsaysay Award for government service in
A) 1992 B) 1993 C) 1994 D) 1995

Ans:- C) 1994

30. Logarithm table were invented by
A) Jhon Napier B) Jhon Doe C) Jhon Harrison
D) Jhon Douglass

Ans:- A) Jhon Napier

31. Joule is the unit of
A) Temperature B) Pressure C) Energy D) Heat

Ans:- C) Energy

32. Karl Marx’s ideology advocated
A) A classed unique society
B) A united socity C) A classed society
D) None of these

Ans:- D) None of these

33.Liquid asset is
A) a type of asset that is in cash in the currect account of the commercial bank
B) a type of asset that is in the form of a deposit in the current account of the cmmercial bank
C) Both A and B D) None of these

Ans:- C) Both A and B

34.Lata mangeshkar holds the world record for maximum number of______
A) Song recordings B) Singing songs C) Songs composing
D) None of these

Ans:- A) Song recordings

35. Jharia (Jharkhand) is famous for
A) Sport goods B) Cooper mines C) Coal mines D) gold mines

Ans:- C) Coal mines

36. the number of alredy named bones in human skeleton is
A) 200 B) 206 C) 212 D) 218

Ans:- B) 206

37. Mother Teresa received the Magsaysay Awared in 1962 area of
A) Community leadership B) Public Service
C) Jurnalism and literature D) International understanding


38. Missile ‘Prithivi’ aims
A) To test performance of an indigenously built heat-shield
B) To hit target without the help of the Air Force
C) To defend large installations like oil-fields etc-shield
D) None of these

Ans:- D) None of these

39. Microphone is used to convert
A) Sound waves into magnetic energy
B) Sound waves into light rays
C) Electrical energy into sound waves
D) Sound waves into electronic currects

Ans:- A) Sound waves into magnetic energy

40. Lal bahadur Shastri is also known as
A) Guruji B) Man of Peace C) Punjab Kesari
D) Mahamana

Ans:- B) Man of Peace

41. Mahabaleshwar is located in
A) Maharashtra B) Rajasthan c) Madhya Pradesh
D) Himachal Pradesh

Ans:- A) Maharashtra

42. The Chief constituent of gobar gas is
A) Ethane B) Methane C) Hydrogen D) Carbon dioxide

Ans:- B) Methane

43. The first lady Prime Minister of a country was
A) Srimavo Bhadaranaike (Sri Lanka)
B) Maria Estate Pew (Argentina)
C) Junko Taibei (japan)
D) None of these

Ans:- A) Srimavo Bhadaranaike (Sri Lanka)

44. The dance in Himachal Pradesh, performed indoor, solo or duet, especially when life comes to a standstill during cold winter is
A) Luddi dance B) Munzra C) Giddha parthaun
D) rouf

Ans:- B) Munzra

45. The first Asian Games were held in 1951 at
A) New Delhi, India B) Manila, Philippines
C) Tokyo, japan D) Jakarata, Indonesia

Ans:- A) New Delhi, India

46. The first women to climb Mt. Everest was
A) Junko taibei B) Karoline Mikkelson
C) Valentina Tereshkova D) None of these

Ans:- A) Junko taibei

47. The common terms used in shooting are
A) Hunting, show-jump, dressage
B) Bed, ballsege, marksmanship, plug
C) Bou, bucjet, low, feather, paddle, regatta
D) None of these

Ans:- B) Bed, ballsege, marksmanship, plug

48. Normally the blood pressure of a young male human being is
A) 110/70 B) 120/80 C) 135/90 D) 140/100

Ans:- B) 120/80

49. The college of Military engineering is situated at
A) Kirkee (Pune) B) Mhow C) Dehradun D) Chennai

Ans:- A) Kirkee (Pune)

50. The full-fledged Commonwealth Games were first organized in_______at______
A) 1930 ; Hamilton in Canada
B) 1934 ; London in England
C) 1932 ; Sydney in Australia
D) 1936 ; Cardiff in UK

Ans:- A) 1930 ; Hamilton in Canada