1. Select the unmatching pair ?
(1) Dudhwa National Park-Rajasthan
(2) Kanha National Park-Madhya Pradesh
(3) Simlipal National Park-Orissa
(4) Sunderban National Park-Wester Bengal
2. The vaccine-preventable diseases associated with children are ?
(1) Diptheria, whooping cough, tetanus, ringworm, trachoma
(2) Diptheria, whopping cough, tuberculosis, poliomyelitis, tetanus
(3) Diptheria, whooping cough, tuberculosis, ringworm, botulism
(4) Diptheria, whooping cough, tuberculosis, botulism, trachoma
3. Which of the following is a chemical change ?
4. The first metal to be used by man was ?
5. The purification of a substance in which it evaporates without melting can be carried out by ?
(3) Steam distillation
6. Which is the group of chemical compound to which quinine,morphine, nicotine, etc., belong ?
7. The hottrst part of the gas flam is known as the ?
(1) Blue zone
(2) Dark zone
(3) Luminius zone
(4) Non-juminous zone
8. The process of elimination of water from any system is called ?
9. Absolute alcohol is ?
(1) 95% alcohol and 5% water
(2) 100% Proof
(3) 200% Proof
(4) Rectified spirit
10. Teflon is a polymer made from ?
11. The gas used for artificial ripening of green fruit is ?
(2) Carbon dioxide
12. For respiration, deer-sea drivers use a mixture of ?
(1) Oxygen and helium
(2) Oxygen and nitrogen
(3) Oxygen and carbon dioxide
(4) Oxygen and hydrogen
13. After boiling, rice grains becomes swollen and occupy more space because ?
(1) Carbohydrate content becomes more
(2) Rice has plenty of fat content
(3) Starch swells in content with water and heat
(4) Solids enlarge on absorbing heat
14. Automobile air pollution is due to ?
(1) Carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide
(4) Nitrogen and oxygen
15. The substance that is least prone to catch fire is ?
16. Why is phosphorus kept under water ?
(1) To make it wet
(2) To make it durable
(3) To save it from catching fire when exposed to dry air
(4) Water forms a protective coating on it
17. The most malleable metal is ?
18. The metal present in Haemoglobin is ?
19. During dehydration, the substance that is usually-lost by the body is ?
(1) Calcium phosphate
(2) Potassium chloride
(4) Sodium chloride
20. The gas used in the manufacture of Vanaspati from vegetable oil is ?
(1) Carbon dioxide
21. A group of diseases normally transmitted between vertebrate animals and man is ?
(1) Ancylostomiasis, ascariasis, plague
(2) Plague, rabies, smallpox
(3) Plague, rabies, taeniasis
(4) Yellow fever, plague, taeniasis
22. A simple sequence in which the grass grows, a cow eats the grass, a human eats the cow or drinks its milk, is an example of ?
(2) Food cycle
(3) Food chain
(4) Food web
23. Coal burning power plants and factories are responsible for about 86% of ?
(1) Chlorine in the atmosphere
(2) Carbon monoxide in the atmosphere
(3) Nitrogen dioxide in the atmosphere
(4) Sulphur dioxide in the atmosphere
24. Which of the following breeds of chicken is the most prolific egg layer in the world ?
(1) Astro white
(2) Black Minorca
(4) White Leghorn
25. Good quality carpet wool that is imported to Europe and is labelled as Joria wool belongs to the sheep breed ?
(3) Hissar Dale
26. Which of the following diseases causes sterility among cattle ?
(1) Bang's disease
(2) Bovine pasteurellosis
(3) Johne's disease
27. Which of the following breeds of sheep from Rajasthan produces the finest wool ?
28. Point out the infectious diseases which is not spread directly from one human case to another ?
(3) Pulmonary tuberculosis
29. A plant known only in cultivation, having arisen under domestication is referred to as ?
30. The primary role of vegetables and fruits in our diet is to supply us necessary minerals and vitamins. Which of the following vegetables and fruit crop/s is are a rich source of Vitamin A (or its precursor) ?
(4) All of the above
31. Xerophthalmia is caused by the dietary deficiency of ?
(3) Vnsaturated fatty acids, linoleic and linolenic acids
(4) Vitamin A
32. While writing, the main bones in the hand that help hold the pen in position are ?
(4) All of these
33. The largest and most successful group of organisms on earth comprises ?
34. The chief poisonous snakes of India are ?
(1) Cobra, krait, python, wolf-snake
(2) Python, pit viper, Russel's viper, cobra, Krait
(3) Sea snake, pit viper, krait, cobra, rat-snake
(4) Russel's viper, pit viper, cobra, Krait, sea-snake
35. The highest number of the lab-confirmed positive HINI cases with the virus spreading swine flu were recorded in ?
(1) Hong Kong
(3) South Korea
36. Rhesus Monkey is found in ?
(1) Pench National Park in Madhya Pradesh
(2) Manas National Park in Assam
(3) Namdhapa National Park in Arunachal Pradesh
(4) Simlipal National Park in Orissa
37. Which are the two mainconstiuents of biogas ?
(1) Ethane and isopropane
(2) Methane and isobutane
(3) Methane and isopropane
(4) Methane and carbon dioxide
38. In computerised Tomography Scanning (commonly called CT scan), which one of the following waves of electromagnetic spectrum is used ?
(1) Gamma rays
(2) Infra-red rays
39. Which of the following are the constituents of tobacco smoke ?
(1) Carbon dioxide and tar
(2) Carbon monoxide, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and tar
(3) Carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide and tar
(4) Carbon dioxide, hydrogen carbons and tar
40. James Webb Telescope to be lanuched after the retirement of Hubble Telescope in 2014 will make observation in ?
(3) Infrared part of the spectrum
(4) Ultraviolet part of the spectrum
41. A bullet is fired from a gun. The kinetic energy of the bullet is ?
(1) Equal to that of the gun
(2) Less than that of the gun
(3) More than that of the gun
(4) None of the above
42. A jet engine works on the principle of ?
(1) Conservation of energy
(2) Conservation of linear momentum
(3) Conservation of mass
(4) Conservation of angular momentum
43. When iron rusts, its weight ?
(3) Shows no change
(4) Decreases and than increases
44. Food is cooked. Faster in a presure cooker because ?
(1) High pressure increases the boiling point of water
(2) Heat cannot escape from the cooker
(3) Steam is hotter than boiling water
(4) Water starts boiling at a lower temperature
45. A person climbing a hill tends to bend forward so as to ?
(1) Increase stability
(2) Increase speed
(3) Reduce friction
(4) Stop slipping
46. Mica is a ?
(1) Good conductor of heat and good conductor of electricity
(2) Good conductor of heat and bad conductor of electricity
(3) Bad conductor of heat and bad conductor of electricity
(4) Bad conductor of heat and good conductor of electricity
47. Rusting of iron is an example of ?
(2) Rapid oxidation
(3) Spontaneous combustion
(4) Slow oxidation
48. A series of changse that the computer makes on the basic facts we give to it is called ?
(4) None of these
49. Proteins give a yellow coloration with ?
(1) Hydrochloric acid
(2) Oxalic acid
(3) Nitric acid
(4) Phosphoric acid
50. Chemically dry ice is ?
(1) A mixture of ice and common salt
(2) Solid carbon dioxide
(3) Solid sulphur dioxide
(4) Ice formed from pure distilled water