Quest For Railway Recruitment - 2016 :: CBT Test Based Questions

   
Quest For Railway Recruitment - 2016 :: CBT Test Based Questions
Quest For Railway Recruitment - 2016 :: CBT Test Based Questions

1.      Japan is near self-sufficient in-

(A)  Bauxite
(B)  Iron ore
(C)  Copper
(D)  Mineral oil

2.      Radcliffe line defines boundary between-

(A)  North Korea and South Korea
(B)  U. S. A. and Canada
(C)  India and Pakistan
(D)  India and China


3.      Which one of the following is the most urbanized country of South Asia?

(A)  India
(B)  Bhutan
(C)   Sri Lanka
(D) Pakistan

4.      Which one of me following countries is known for very important uranium ore deposits?

(A)  Canada
(B)  China
(C)   Pakistan
(D)  Zaire

5.      Which of the following temperate grasslands are found in Eurasia?

(A)  Downs
(B)  Velds
(C)  Steppes
(D)  Praires

6.      The rivers of South India mainly have which of the following drainage patterns?

(A)  Radial
(B)  Intermittent
(C)   Dendritic
(D)  Trellis

7.      The Election Commissioner can be removed by the-
(A)  Chief Election Commissioner
(B)  Prime Minister
(C)  President on the recommendation of the Chief Election Commissioner
(D)  Chief Justice of India

8.      A judge of the Supreme Court may resign his office by writing a letter to-

(A)  the Chief Justice
(B)  the President
(C)   the Prime Minister
(D)  the Law Minister

9.      Who nominates the Chairman of the Public Accounts Committee of Indian Parliament?

(A)  The Speaker of Lok Sabha
(B)  The Prime Minister
(C)   The President,
(D)  The Chairman of Rajya Sabha

10. The financial relations between the Union Government and States have been discussed under-

(A)  Article 168 to 171
(B)  Article 268 to 281
(C)   Article 278 to 291
(D)  Article 289 to 295


11. Atleast how many days of prior notice is required for the impeachment of the President of India?
(A)  7days
(B)  14 days
(C)   21 days
(D)  30 days

12. Which one of the following articles directs State Government to organize Village Panchayats?

(A)  Article 32
(B)  Article 40
(C)   Article 48
(D)  Article 51

13. Which one of the following Committees is not connected with Panchayati Raj Institution?

(A)  P. V, N. Rao Committee
(B)  L. M. Singhvi Committee
(C)   Ashok Mehta Committee
(D)  Balwant Rai Mehta Committee

14. Who among the following shall preside over a joint sitting of two houses of Parliament?
(A)  President
(B)  Prime Minister
(C)   Chairman of the Rajya Sabha
(D) Speaker of the Lok Sabha

15. The largest Union Territory of India is-

(A)  Daman and Diu
(B)  Puducherry
(C)  Delhi
(D)  Chandigarh

16. A political party is recognized as a regional party, if-

(A)  It gets 4% votes in the State either in Lok Sabha or the Assembly election.
(B)  It gets 6% votes in the State either in Lok Sabha or the Assembly election
(C)   It gets 8% votes in the State either in Lok Sabha or the Assembly election
(D)  None of the above

17. How many members may be nominated by the President from Anglo-Indian Community, if he is of opinion that the community is not adequately represented in the House of the People?

(A)  3
(B)  5
(C)   1
(D) 2

18. The Bimal Ialan Panel was set up by Reserve Bank of India to-
                                                                                                                 
(A)  Suggest minimising the non-performing Asset
(B)  Scrutinize application for new bank licences
(C)   Frame guidelines for financial inclusion
(D)  Study use of mobiles in delivering banking services

19. The ’Nalanda Project' is a programme of which of the following ministeries?

(A)  Ministry of Culture
(B)  Ministry of Human Resource Development
(C)  Ministry of Minority Affairs
(D)  Ministry of External Affairs

20. 'Green Index’ has been developed by-

(A)  United Nation Environment Programme
(B)  International Monetary Fund (IMF)
(C)  World Bank
(D)  None of the above



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