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133 Most Probable Question with Answer for UGC_CBSE-NET JULY-2016 Exam-Part-1-001-051

Who is the Managing Director of International Monetary Fund (IMF) now
  1. Jean-Claude Juncker
  2. Ban Ki-moon
  3. Jim Yong Kim
  4. Christine lagarde

In the recent LAND ACQUISITION ORDINANCE BILL in what 5 sectors the removal of Consent Clause and Social Impact Assessment is implemented
  • A) National Security
  • B) Defense
  • C) Rural infrastructure & electrification
  • D) Scientific Research for ISRO, CSIR
  • E) Panchayat Raj buildings
  • F) Industrial corridor
  • G) National Highways
  • H) Housing for poor including PPP where ownership of land continues to rest with government.
Choose Answer
  1. A, B, C, F & H
  2. B, C, D, G & H
  3. D, E, F, G & H
  4. A, C, D, F & H

Recently Supreme Court removed the following community from OBC list
  1. Jats
  2. Poor Upper Caste Bhramins
  3. Muslim
  4. Converted Christians

Match the following
  • A) Law and freedom without force –   I) Despotism
  • B) Law and force without freedom –   II) Barbarism
  • C) Force without freedom and law – III) Republic
  • D) Force with freedom and law   –   IV) Anarchy
  1. A-I , B-II , C-III, D-IV
  2. A- IV, B- I , C- II, D- III
  3. A- III, B- I , C- IV, D- II
  4. A- IV, B- II , C- I, D- III

Central Information Commission is a
  1. Judicial Body
  2. None of these
  3. Administrative Tribunal
  4. Quasi Judicial Body

The Compensation for land owners according to latest Land Acquisition bill was For Rural Areas – X Times the Market Value and For Urban Areas – Y Times the Market Value. Define X and Y
  1. 4, 2
  2. 3, 4
  3. 10, 4
  4. 4, 3

As per the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Act of 2006, the Government of India has defined SMEs as entities that have an investment of above ______ and below _____ in plant and machinery.
  1. Rs 100 mn, Rs 50 bn
  2. Rs 10 mn, Rs 50 bn
  3. Rs 10 mn, Rs 500 mn
  4. Rs 10 mn, Rs 100 mn

Among the following 4 Indian Missiles which one is Air to Air Missile ( AAM )
  1. Akash
  2. Astra
  3. Trishul
  4. Maitri

List the following in the descending order of Market share (in terms of % points) in Digital Commerce industry (Online marketing) in India
  • I) Travel Transactions
  • II) e-tailing
  • III) Financial Services
  • IV) Matrimony
  1. III, II, I and IV
  2. I, III, II and IV
  3. I, II, III and IV
  4. IV, II, III and I

Find the match relating to the Green House Gas emission by the Delhi City
  • I) Highest Green House Gas Emission in India
  • II) Highest Per Capita Emission
  • III) Highest Industrial sector emission
  • IV) Highest domestic sector emission
  1. II and III only
  2. I, II, III and IV
  3. I Only
  4. I and IV Only

Recently studies suggests that combination of Micro bubbles and ultra sound waves are used to treat the Alzheimer’s disease. The properties of the disease are
  • I) It is a neurodegenerative disease
  • II) It is not caused by genetic disorder
  • III) Men are most susceptible to this disease
  • IV) the early symptom is short term memory loss
  1. II and III only
  2. I and IV Only
  3. I Only
  4. I, II, III and IV

Vector for Dengue fever
  • I) Aedes aegypti
  • II) Aedes albopictus
  • III) Aedes canaton
  • IV) AE. Polynesiensis
  1. I Only
  2. I & II Only
  3. I, II & III Only
  4. All the above

According to WIPO –World Intellectual Property Organization which company became the world’s No. 1 applicant for international patents in 2014.
  1. Panasonic
  2. Huawei Technologies
  3. Intel
  4. Microsoft

Find the match relating to the Green House Gas emission by the Chennai City
  • I) Highest Green House Gas Emission in India
  • II) Highest Per Capita Emission
  • III) Highest Industrial sector emission
  • IV) Highest domestic sector emission
  1. I and IV Only
  2. I, II, III and IV
  3. II and III only
  4. I Only

The first Indian Nobel Laureate who elected as President Elect of The Royal Society – A Fellowship of the world’s most eminent scientists and is the oldest scientific academy in continuous existence
  1. Dr.Ramakrishnan
  2. J.C.Bose
  3. S.Ramanujam
  4. C.V.Raman

The first Indian who elected as member of The Royal Society – A Fellowship of the world’s most eminent scientists and is the oldest scientific academy in continuous existence
  1. S.Ramanujam
  2. Dr.Ramakrishnan
  3. J.C.Bose
  4. C.V.Raman

Which of the following is with respect to Value Added Tax
  • I) It is a multistage tax with the provision to allow ‘Input tax credit (ITC)’ on tax at an earlier stage
  • II) Haryana became the first State in the country that had adopted the taxation on 1st April 2003
  • III) Main motive of VAT has been the rationalization of overall tax burden and reduction in general price level
  1. I,II,III
  2. I&II only
  3. None of the above
  4. I only
Which of the following statements are true with respect to Asian infrastructure development bank
  • I) It is an international financial institution proposed by the government of Japan
  • II) Purpose of this multilateral development bank is to provide finance to infrastructure projects in the Asia region.
  • III) India is one of the founding members of this bank.
  • IV) Only Asian countries are the members of this bank.
  1. I&II only
  2. I,II,III&IV
  3. I,II&IIIonly
  4. I,III&IV only

Which of the following statements are true with respect to judicial review
  • I) Article 32 confers judicial review power to the supreme court
  • II) It is one of the checks and balances in the separation of powers
  • III) It is an implication that judiciary is supreme
  • IV) Supreme court can review its own judgement order
  1. II&IVonly
  2. I&IIonly
  3. I,II,III&IV
  4. I,III&IVonly

The recent surprise air strike of Saudi Arabia and other Arab allies on the country of Yemen had spiked the cost crude oil price. Please choose the statements from the following:
  • I) Yemen is a part of OPEC(Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries)
  • II) Strait of Hormuz is a oil choke point located in country of Yemen
  • III) The Shiite Houthis are the rebel group of Yemen are the main reason for the attack by Saudi Arabia and its coalition groups
  1. III is
  2. II and III are
  3. None of them is
  4. I,II and III are

Who is the first Transgender MLA in India?
  1. Kalki Subramaniam
  2. Shabnam Mausi
  3. Madhu Kinnar
  4. Padmini Prakash

The Union Health and Family Welfare Ministry has decided to increase pictorial warnings on tobacco products from the current _____ per cent to _____ per cent.
  1. (40, 85)
  2. (40, 60)
  3. (35, 85)
  4. (35, 90)

Which of the following states is the first to introduce “Transgender Welfare Policy”?
  1. Kerala
  2. Tamil Nadu
  3. Punjab
  4. Delhi
Which of the following is with respect to National Food Security Act(NFSA)
  • I)The centre is responsible for determining eligibility criteria
  • II)75% of rural population and 50% of the urban population are entitled for three years from enactment to 5 kilograms food grains per month at INR3 , INR2 , INR1 per kg for rice, wheat and coarse grains (millet), respectively.
  • III)Pregnant women and lactating mothers are entitled to a nutritious “take home ration” of 600 Calories and a maternity benefit of at least Rs. 6,000 for six months
  • IV)The poorest who are covered under the Antodaya yojna will remain entitled to the 25 kilograms of grains allotted to them under the mentioned scheme.
  1. I,III&IV
  2. II,III,&IV
  3. I,II,III&IV
  4. II&III

Consider the following statement
  • I) The TFR is calculated on the basis of fertility of a real group of women and this involve waiting until they had completed childbearing.
  • II) Maternal Mortality Ratio (MMR) is defined as the number of maternal deaths per 1000 live births due to causes related to pregnancy or within 42 days of termination of pregnancy, regardless of the site or duration of pregnancy.
  • III) The fifth Millennium Development Goal of reducing maternal mortality to 109 per 1,00,000 live births by 2015.
  • IV) Janani Suraksha Yojana (JSY) is a safe motherhood intervention under the National Rural Health Mission (NHM) under Ministry of Women and Child Development (MWCD).
Choose the following statements:
  1. III only
  2. III and IV only
  3. I and III
  4. I,II and III

Which of the following are operational GNSS(Global Navigating Satellite System )
  • I) Compass(Beiduo-II) Navigation Satellite System
  • III) Galileo positioning system
  • V) IRNSS
  1. V and IV
  2. II and IV
  3. I,V and III
  4. All the above

Recently, Saina Nehwal created history as she became the first Indian woman shuttler to attain the world number one ranking. From whom She is taking over the top spot
  • I)   Wang Shixian ( China )
  • II)   Carolina Marín ( Spain )
  • III)   Li Xuerui ( China )
  • IV)   Sung Ji-hyun ( South Korea )

Match the Navigation Satellite to its respective countries
  • A) GPS – I) USA
  1. A-V,B-IV, C-III, D-II, E-I
  2. A-V,B-I, C-IV, D-III, E-II
  3. A-I,B-II, C-III, D-IV, E-V
  4. A-I,B-III, C-IV, D-II, E-V

Which of the following is with respect to renewable energy in india
  • I) Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) is the nodal ministry of Government of India for all matters relating to new and renewable energy.
  • II) The Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission has been launched by MNRE to increase solar energy production in our country.
  • III) The Solar City concept which aims at enhancing supply from renewable energy sources in the city and energy efficiency measures has been launched by MNRE
  • IV) At present Mr.Nitin Gadkari(as on 30-04-15) is the concerned minister for this ministry.
  1. I,II,III&IV
  2. All the four options are
  3. I,II,III only
  4. I&IIonly

Which of the following is true with respect to governor ?
  1. Governor has only constitutional discretion
  2. Governor doesn’t possess any discretionary powers and is bound by the decision of council of ministers.
  3. Governor has both constitutional and situational discretion
  4. Governor has only situational discretion like President

Consider the following statements
  • I) Malaria is a mosquito-borne infectious disease of humans and other animals caused by virus.
  • II) The disease is transmitted most commonly by an infected all types of Anopheles mosquito
  • III) Malaria is usually confirmed by the microscopic examination of blood filmsor by antigen-based rapid diagnostic tests (RDT).
Which of the following statements are not :
  1. I only
  2. I and II only
  3. I and III only
  4. II only

Which of the following is false with respect to Tobacco prevention in India ?
  1. The Act prohibits smoking of tobacco in public places, except in special smoking zones in hotels, restaurants and airports and open spaces.
  2. Under this act Cigarette packets are required to carry pictorial warnings of a skull or scorpion or certain prescribed pictorial warnings along with the text SMOKING KILLS and TOBACCO CAUSES MOUTH CANCER in both Hindi and English.
  3. COTPA is an Act of Parliament of India enacted in 2003 to prohibit advertisement and regulation of tobacco business in India.
  4. Tobacco products cannot be sold to person below the age of 21 years

Which of the following is true with respect to Operation Flood
  • I) It is related with controlling flood in North Eastern Regions
  • II) It is the world’s largest integrated dairy development program
  • III) It is a project of the National Dairy Development Board (NDDB)
  • IV) It is a project of National Disaster M anagement Authority(NDMA)
  1. II & III
  2. I & IV
  3. None of the above
  4. I,II,III&IV

Consider the following statements about Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana.
  • I) Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana is a government-run health insurance scheme for the Indian poor. It provides for cashless insurance for hospitalisation in public as well as private hospitals.
  • II) Ministry of health and family welfare, Government of India has launched a health insurance scheme for BPL families which is called Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana (RSBY).
  • III) Every “below poverty line” (BPL) family holding a yellow ration cardpays Rs. 30 registration fee to get a biometric-enabled smart card containing their fingerprints and photographs.
  • IV) Germanyhas shown interest in adopting the smart card based model for revamping its own social security system
Which of the following is ?
  1. I, II and IV only
  2. I,II,III and IV
  3. I,III and IV only
  4. I and IV only

Which article states that the state shall endeavour to prohibit slaughter of cows and calves and other milch and draught cattle ?
  1. Art 49
  2. Art 48
  3. Art 48A
  4. Art 46

Which of the following are true regarding agriculture sector in India
  • I) Employment share in agricultural sector is in increasing trend
  • II) The newly launched Pradan Mandhri Krishi Sinchai Yojana is for improving irrigation facilities
  • III) Agriculture is in concurrent list of our constitution
  • IV) Disguised Unemployment is the main problem in agricultural sector
  1. I&III
  2. II&IV
  3. I&IV
  4. I&II

Which of the following is true with respect to Disaster Management in India ?
  • I) National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) was established through the Disaster Management Act,2005.
  • II) The home Minister is the de facto chairperson of NDMA
  • III) State Disaster Management authorities are headed by respective state Home Ministers
  • IV) Epidemic diseases are also considered as disasters by Disaster Management Act,2005.
Choose the right answer
  1. I&IV
  2. I,II,III&IV
  3. II&III
  4. I&II

Net neutrality consider the following
  • I) All internet traffic should be treated equally
  • II) It is the sole responsibility of internet service providers (ISP) alone
  • III) If an ISP intentionally slows down a peer to peer communication it is violating net neutrality
Choose the right answer
  1. III alone
  2. II alone
  3. I alone
  4. I,II & III

Consider the following about leather sector in India and choose the answer from the codes given below:
  • I) leather sector had shown a growth in double digit but missed the target.
  • II) EU is the major exporter of leather with a share of 57% of total exports.whereas US shares 12.5% in 2014-15.
  • III) due to EU crisis most of the exports were shifted to Africa.
  • IV) leather sector forms one of the top ten foreign exchange earner in the country.
Choose the right answer
  1. Only I, II & IV
  2. Only IV
  3. Only I&II
  4. All of the above

Marine algae are an important ecological system in sea.consider the following:
  • I) they are of 3, green and Brown.each of three different kingdom.
  • II) red algae belongs to protist, green is a chromist and Brown is a plantae kingdom.
  • III) Brown is largest of all whereas red live deepest among 3 and green thrives in marine, freshwater and also in moist soil.
Choose the answer:
  1. Only I & II
  2. Only I
  3. All the above
  4. Only I & III

Consider the following
  • I) tears are produced in lacrimal glands
  • II) basal tears are emotional tears
  • III) emotional tears contains protein based hormones
which of the above are
  1. I alone
  2. II Alone
  3. All the above
  4. I & III

Iran’s nuclear agreement with p5+1 country gave Iran a ventilation from its economic sanctions.consider the following about the stalled I-P-I gasline project:
  • I) While initiating the plan it was decided for completion within a decade .
  • II) This project is also called as peace pipeline.Iran provides 60% of cost incurred in the project.
  • III) It provides the most convenient geographical supply of natural gas to Pakistan and india.
  • IV) It covers 2700 km where most largest area lies in Pakistan. So it earns transit fee payment.
Choose the code options from the codes given below:
  1. Only II & III
  2. All the above
  3. Only I,II & III
  4. Only I & IV

Thunder storm in bihar brought a havoc to people. Consider the following about thunderstorm:
  • I) it is nothing but a phenomenon accompanied by lightning and its acoustic effect on earth atmosphere.
  • II) it occurs in cumulus clouds with an average height of 20km.
  • III) moisture, unstable air mass and lifting force is a prerequisite of thunderstorm.
  • IV) it is more frequent in tropical and sub tropical region where rapid upward movement of moist air collides with cooler air.
Choose the answer from the following codes
  1. Only II & III
  2. Only I & II
  3. Only I & III
  4. Only II & IV

Consider some special features of NCT of Delhi
  • I) It was given special by 68th constitutional amendment act 1992
  • II) Qutub minar built by slave dynasty is the world’s tallest minaret and also a world heritage site.
  • III) Unlike other union territories delhi has its own legislative council, governor, council of ministers and chief minister
Choose the answers from the codes given below:
  1. Only I & II
  2. Only II & III
  3. Only I
  4. Only II

Recently jnanpith award was conferred on balachandra nemade,a noted Maratha writer. Consider the following about jnanpith award:
  • (i). It is given since 1965, in individual category for literature
  • (ii). Nemade is the 54th recipient for his work HINDU
  • (iii). The award carries a cheque of 11 lakh rupees, citation plaque and a bronze replica of saraswathi statue
  • (iv). So far 7 women were conferred with jnanpith award.
Which of the above options are :
  1. Only (iv)
  2. None of the above
  3. Only (i)
  4. All the above

Nepal was completely routed by earthquake of 7.9 ritcher scale. Consider following regarding it:
  • (i). it is caused by the collision of subducting Indian plate and overriding Eurasian plate
  • (ii). Nepal lies between india and south Tibet
  • (iii). Eventhough Kathmandu valley is strong only the remnant of prehistoric lake is the reason for earthquake
  • (iv). Kathmandu valley has 300m thick deep layer of clay
Choose the answer from the codes given below:
  1. Only (i)&(ii)
  2. Only (iii)&(iv)
  3. Only (i),(ii)&(iv)
  4. All the above

Consider the following:
  • (i). Ayurveda and unani are a part of AYUSH system which commonly believes in humors like vata,pitta and kapha.
  • (ii). Siddha is a process of mixing herbs with distiiled water or alcohol
  • (iii). Vipreetharthi in ayurveda describes about medicine, activity and diet.
Choose the answer from the codes given below:
  1. Only (i) & (iii)
  2. Only (ii) & (iii)
  3. Only (ii)
  4. Only (i)

There should be a revisit in dirty fossil fuels. Consider the following about fossil fuels:
  • I) They are caused by the anaerobic decomposition of dried dead organic matter.
  • II) Some of the high carbon containing fossil fuels include coal and petrol
  • III) Methane is a volatile gas with very low carbon hydrogen ratio
  • IV) The decomposition first produces an intermediate kerogen rocks which is waxy and later to hydrogenated gases by catagnesis.
Choose the answers from the codes given below:
  1. Only II & IV
  2. Only I & III
  3. All the above
  4. Only I, II & III

Sangeeta N Bhatia of Massachuetes institute of technology was awarded Heinz award 2015. Consider
  • I) It is a largest individual award in the world on annual basis
  • II) It recognizes innovative contribution in five categories
  • III) Each awardee receives $2.5 lakh dollars and a gold medallion
  • IV) Sangeeta received for her work on artificial human microliver for drug testing
Choose the answer
  1. Only III & IV
  2. Only I,II & IV
  3. Only I,II & III
  4. All the above

Consider the following about cloud computing
  • I) It involves deploying group of remote servers that allows data sources be uploaded for real time processing without need to store processed data on cloud
  • II) It provides three types of service namely Iaas(infrastructure as a service), saas (software as a service) and Paas(platform as a service)
  • III) Self service provisioning is one of the major disadvantage of cloud computing
Choose the answer
  1. None of the above
  2. Both I & II
  3. Only III
  4. All the above

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