Uttar Pradesh Civil Judge Exam GK UP PCS J 2006

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# The earliest evidence of rice cultivation in the mid-Ganga plain has been obtained from:

# From which one of the following Harappan sites the evidence of extensive stadiums has been found?

# Ghoshitarama’, where Buddha had stayed for some time was located at:

# Who among the following was the first Gupta ruler to assume the title of ‘Maharajadhiraja’?

# The historian, who wrote the history of Ashoka only on the basis of inscriptions, is:

# The Governing Council of Shivaji was called as:

# Who of the following Sultans introduced the system of ‘Patta’ and ‘Qabuliyat’ to help the peasants?

# The number of categories in which Mansabdars could be divided according to the ‘Zat’ and ‘Sawar’ ranks was:

# Who of the following Mughal Emperors abolished the custom of’Sijda’ or Prostration?

# Who among the following rulers introduced the principle of’Local Responsibility’ in village administration?

# Who of the following became the Nawab of Oudh after Safdarjang?

# Who among the following composed the famous ‘flag song’ ‘Jhanda Unchaa Rahe Hamara’?

# Who among the following was associated with ‘Samvaad Kaumudi’,’IWJiratua! Akhbaar’ and ‘Vedant College’?

# The meaning of cultural lag is:

# Which one of the following temples presents the earliest example of vossoir-arch, found in India?

# The earliest work on education is:

# Nirgranths were popularly known as:

# Rajmnama’ is the Persian translation of:

# Who among the following was the first Bhakti- age Saint to use Hindi for the propagation of his message?

# The ‘Hauz-i-khas’ in Delhi was built up by:

# The hallmark of Mughal architecture is:

# Nagina Masjid’ is situated in the Fort of:

# All the major rivers of the Deccan Plateau merge into the Bay of Bengal except:

# Who among the following is the author of ‘Ratnkhan’?

# Who of the following invented the musical instrument ‘Tabla’?

# The language of Sangam literature was:

# Shahjahan used to enter the Jama Masjid through the:

# Who among the following is called the ‘Father of Modern Urdu Poetry’?

# Gasohol is a combination of gasoline and:

# Light from the Sun reaches us in nearly:

# The only active volcano in India is:

# Which one of the following statements is NOT correct?

# Vishakhapatnam Steel Plant obtains its iron ore from the mines of:

# In which one of the following parts of atmosphere most large aeroplanes, like jets, generally fly?

# According to 2001 Census, the largest out- migration has been observed from:

# Amongst the following States in India, the percentage of tribal population to total population is highest in:

# Jana-Gana-Mana’ was first sung at the:

# Who of the following has called Indian Federalism as Co-operative Federalism?

# Which one of the following statements about ‘Directive Principles of State Policy’ is NOT correct?

# The term ‘Assuring the Dignity of the Individual’ has been mentioned in the Indian Constitution:

# Which one of the following Articles about Fundamental Rights is directly related to the exploitation of Children?

# Who of the following is credited with the establishment of the University Grants Commission?

# When a body is taken from the Earth to the Moon:

# The words ‘armed rebellion’ were substituted for internal disturbance’ in Article 352, by the

# The First Finance Commission was constituted in the year:

# Which one of the following Amendments of the Constitution has given Delhi the status of National Capital Territory?

# The President of India can be removed from his Office only on the ground of:

# Who of the following became the Prime Minister of India with the support of both the B.J.P. and the Left Parties?

# The 52nd Amendment of the Constitution made in 1985 added ‘Tenth Schedule’. It pertains to:

# Which one set of the following Stales has only one representative each in Lok Sabha?

# The candidate for the Office of the President must be sponsored by at least:

# Fibre Optics is based on the principles of:

# Who among the following is known as the guardian of the ‘Public Purse’ in India?

# Which one of the following is NOT an expenditure charged on the Consolidated Fund of India?

# The founder of Modern Olympic Games was:

# The Nobel Prize in Physics, 2006 has been awarded to:

# Lakshya’ which was recently inducted into the Indian Defence System is a:

# Which one of the following Satellites was launched by ISRO successfully on 22nd December, 2005?

# The Supreme Court recently ruled that all marriages irrespective of their religion be compulsorily registered. Which one of the following groups of four Stats each already had marriage registration mandatory?

# Under the National Rural Employment Guarantee Programme the concerned rural households are to be given job cards by:

# The International Naval Exercise carried out in January 2006 near Carr Nicobar Island was given the name as

# The book’Communist Manifesto’ responsible for several revolutions was published in the year

# Which one of the following Indian leaders recently made the statement ‘Teaching is my first love, I merely drifted into Government’?

# World Citizenship Award 2006 has been given to rebuild communities in dozen countries to

# Which of the following is NOT the right of a child?

# Which one of the following group of cities in U.P. is correctly placed as having a Mayor system?

# Which of the following rivers have almost the same poinl of beginning?

# Dev Dipawali was organised on the last Kartik Purnima day on the banks of river Ganga in:

# India and China recently in 2006 set a target of 40 billion American dollars for their bilateral trade. The stipulated period within which the target is to be achieved is:

# In India Service Tax is collected by

# Which one of the following is correct about Pradhan Manlri Gram SadakYojna (PMGSY) Stated in December 2000?

# Which one of the following ports is NOT classified under ‘major’ ports in India?

# The minimum number of women required for formation of women groups under Develop¬ ment of Women and Children in Rural Areas (DWCRA) Programme is:

# Which one of the following methods is used by the India’s Central Bank for Quantitative Credit Control?

# Which one of the following has NOT been the part of land reforms programme in India?

# Which one among the following is the largest revenue earner for the State Government of Uttar Pradesh?

# Which one of the following organisations in India Is concerned with industrial sickness?

# In International Trade India’s largest trading partner (exports and imports) is:

# At which one of the following places the first Export Processing Zone (EPZ) in private sector was established?

# The concept of Performance Budget has been borrowed from:

# Which one of the following crops is of Kharif season?

# Fruit most suitable for making Jelly is:

# Heavy water contains:

# Name the elements used in household detergents and identified as the chief factor for pollution or rivers and lakes?

# Cassini space probe has spotted two new moons around which of the Planet of the Solar System?

# When development in Economy takes place, the share of tertiary sector in National Income:

# Which one of the -following types of soil is predominant in Bundelkhand region?

# That the social inequality exists in India is evidenced by the:

# Which Article of the Constitution empowers the President to investigate the conditions of Backward Classes?

# Which Article of the Constitution provides for appointment of a National Commission to investigate all matters relating to safe-guards provided for the Scheduled Castes?

# Which one of the following is not a parameter in Human Development Index?

# ‘Biological Oxygen Demand’ (BOD) is used as a standard measure for:

# Who among the following released ‘Citizen’s Guide’ for generating awareness among people against corruption?

# Where is’Tshwane’? It was recently in news:

# ‘Charkula’ is the seasonal folk dance of:

# Prominent musician ‘Girja Devi’ belongs to:

# Which one of the following statements is NOT correct?

# Which one of the following Fungus is edible?

# ClinkerTheory’ is associated with

# The First American Patent for a living organ¬ ism was given to:

# At mospheric ozone layer which protects us from ultraviolet rays is getting highly depleted because of:

# Which one of the following Hormones forms the basis of ‘Pregnancy Test1 from urine?

# Which one of the following drugs has been recently reported to be responsible for the decline of the population of vultures?

# Which one of the following is used for making Bullet-Proof material?

# The cover of a solar cooker is made of glass because:

# Television signals cannot be received ordi¬ narily beyond a particular distance due to:

# A remote control gadget (for T.V. etc.) has in it:

# Unix, DOS, Windows are examples of

# Collagen used in modern cosmetic surgery to flatten wrinkles and to plump lips is a structural protein. From which one of the following is NOT extractable in abundance?

# When the fourth unit of atomic power plant at Tarapore became operational in March 2005, it became in India the:

# Nanotechnology uses structures of the size of:

# A jet engine works on the principle of conservation of:

# Which one of the following is NOT used by Night Vision Cameras?

# The tail of a comet always points:

# Which one of the following creatures was the first to travel to space?

# The Indian National Satellite System has facilitated:

# The number of Moons, which Jupiter has, are

# The Earth and the Moon are about same distance from the Sun, yet on the average the Earth is much warmer than Moon. Its reason is:

# A 80 Kg. man, 40 Kg. woman and a 20 Kg. girl skydive simultaneously. If their parachutes are identical, then

# Day and night are caused by:

# SONAR’is mostly used by:

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