Search This Blog


In each questions below is given a group of digits followed by four combinations of letters or symbols numbered (1),(2), (3) and (4). You have to find out which of the group of digits based on the coding system and the conditions given below and mark the number of that combination as your answer. If none of the combination correctly represents the group of digits, mark (5), i.e. None of these’ as your answer.
Digits                                5 1 3 4 9 6 8 2 7                            
Letter/ Symbol code PAK%R@D©M
(i)                 if the first digit is odd and the last digit is even the codes for the first and last digits are to be interchanged.
(ii)               If both the first and the last digits are even ,both are to be coded as*.
(iii)              If both the first and the last digits are odd , both are to be coded as $.

21.       215349
(A)   RAPK%©
(B)   *APK%$
(C)   $APK%$
(D)   ©PAK%R
            (E)None of these
22.       671254
(A)   @MA©P%
(B)   $MA©P$
(C)   *MA©P*
(D)   %MA©P©
(E)    None of these

23.       813469
(A)   RAK%@D
(B)   DAK%@R
(C)   DAP%@R
(D)   *AK%@*
(E)    None of these

24.       794821
(A)   MR%D©A
(B)   AR%D©M
(C)   M%RD©A
(D)   $R%D©$
(E)    None of these

25.       591426
(A)   @RA%©P
(B)   PRA%©@
(C)   @AR%©P
(D)   SRA%©*
(E)    None of these


In each of the questions below are given three statements followed by three conclusions numbered I,II and III. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.

1.       Statements:
Some flowers are bins.
Some bins are handles.
All handles and sticks.

I. some sticks are bins
II.Some handles are flowers.
III.some sticks are flowers.
A)     Only II followers
B)      Only III followers
C)      Only I and II follow
D)     Only I and III follow
E)      None of these

2.       Statements:
Some towers are windows.
All windows are houses.
Some windows are houses.
I.                    Some towers are temples.
II.                  Some houses are towers.
III.                Some temples are windows.

A)     Only I follows
B)      Only II follows
C)      Only III follows
D)     Only I and II follows
E)      None of these

3.       Statement:
Some wails are doors.
Some doors are cots.
Some cots are chairs.
Conclusions :

I.                    Some chairs are doors.
II.                  Some cots are walls .
III.                No chair is door
A)     Only II follows
B)      Only III follows
C)      Only either I or III follows
D)     Only I follows
E)      None of these

4.       Statements:
All trees are gardens.
All gardens are stones.
All stones are fences.
I.                    Some stones are trees.
II.                  All gardens are fences.
III.                Some stones are trees.
A)     Only I and II follow
B)      Only I and III follow
C)      Only II and III follow
D)      All follow
E)      None of these


1.       Among M,T,R and P,M, is older than only P,T is older than R. who among them is  the oldest?
(A)   T
(B)   R
(C)   T or R
(D)   Data inadequate

2.       Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group ?
(A)   Hill
(B)   Valley
(C)   Dam
(D)   River

3.       How many meaningful English words can be formed with the letters ESRO using each letter only once in each word?
(A)   None
(B)   One
(C)   Two
(D)   Three


1. Noted environmentalist Vandana Shiva played a key role in the Indian legal challenge to US
 patent on the which plant/s?
              1. Neem                       2. Haldi
       3.  Rice                         4. Saffron
Select the correct answer using the codes given below.
(a)       1 only              (b) 2 only
(c) 3 and 2 only          (d) 1, 2 and 4 only
2. Paddy field are a chief source of which greenhouse gas/es?
            1. Methane           2. Carbon dioxide
            3. Nitrous oxide
Select the correct answer using the codes given below:
1.       1 only                (b) 2 only
(c) 1 and 3 only        (d) 1, 2 and 3
3. Which one of the following organization won the CSIR Award for Science and Technology (S&T) Innovations for Rural Development? 2006?
               (a) IARI                     (b) NDDB
                (c)NDRI                    (d) CLRI
4. Consider the following statements regarding the use of disposable plastic plates.
               1. Toxic chemicals are present in its production.
2.       They are non- biodegradable.
3.       They are light in weight.
4.       They are biodegradable.
Which of the above given statements is/are correct?
(a)    1 and 4 only                 (b) 2 only
(c)2 and 3 only                  (d) 3 and 4 only
5.Which of the following groups contain only no-biodegrable materials?
      1. Wood, paper and leather
      2. Plastic, Bakelite, DDT
      3. Plastic, thermo coal, wood
      4. Thermo coal, plates made dried leaves detergents
Select the correct answer using the codes given below.
(a)    None of the above
(b)   Only
(c)    2 and 3 only
(d)   3 and 4 only
*6 which is one of the following is also known as “ Top Slip”?
       (a)  Simplipal National Park
       (b) Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary


(1) Centres

(1)Central Agri. Research Institute.

(2)Central Agri. University
(b) Hessarghatta charnataka
(3)Central fertilizer Quality Central and training Institute .

(4) Central Fodder Seep Production Form
(d) Port Blair
(5) Central institute of Agricultural engineering
(e) Imphal

(a)    1(a), 2(b), 3(c), 4(e), 5(d)
(b)   1(b) , 2(a), 3(c), 4(d), 5(e)
(c)    1 (d), 2(e),3(c), 4(b), 5(a)
(d)   1 (e), 2(d), 3(c0, 4(a), 5(b)

(1)     Rashtriya Krishi vikas Yojans
(a)    Agricultural allied sectors  (b) rural development (c) Urban development ( d) none of these
(2)    Number of country members of World Trade Organisation
(a)    193  (b) 159 (c) 169 ( d) 179
(3)     India’s largest coffee producing state
(a)    Karnataka  (b) Assam (c) Kerala (b) Tamilnadu
(4)    India first Safflower Hybrid was
(a)    DSH -125 (b) DSH -129 (c) NRCHB -506 (d)NRCHB – 507
(5)    India first Mustard Hybrid was
(a)    DSH -125 (b) DSH -129 (C) NRCHB – 506 (d) NRCHB -507


(1)    Which year the design of the  National flag was adopted by the Constituent Assembly of India?
(a)    22 Nov 1947 (b) 24 July 1947 (c) 22 July 1947  (d) 24 Aug 1947

(2) In a state Emblem a adopted by the  Govt of India 26th Jan. 1950, only  3 lion are visiable, the 4th being hidden and the abacus with a horse on right and a bull on left.
(b)   The words Styameva Jayate from Mundaka Upanishad, meaning truth alone triumphs are inscribed below the abacus in Bramani Scripts
(a)    A only (c) a and b both
(b)    B only (d) a nor b and b neither of India

(2)    Which year National anthem of  India was adopted in its Hindi version by constitute assembly
(a)    26th Jan. 1950 (b) 24th Jan 1950 (c) 27th Dec 1911 (d) 24th Jan 1949

(4) N ational Song Vandemataram Composed in Sankrit by
(a)    Bakim Chandra Chatterji, (b) Rabinndtranath  Tagore (c) Sriaurobinbindo (d) None of these
(5)National Calender based on Sakatra with chaitra as its first month and anormal year of 365 days was adopted from
(a)    22nd April 1957 9b) 22nd April 19589(c) 22nd March 1957 (d) 22nd March 1958
(6)Project  tiger was launched in
(a)    April 1973 ( b) April 1972  (c) Aril 1992  (d) April 1993

Land and People (Questions)

Land and People (Questions)
·         Match the following
Borders states
(1)    Bangladesh
(a)    J.K, a.P, Uttarkhand, Arunachal Pradesh, Sikkim
(2)    China
(b)   (b) Assam, W.B., Meghalaya, Mizoram, Tripura
(3)    Pakistan
(c)    U.P, Uttarkhand, W.B, Bihar, Sikkim
(4)    Myanamar,
(d)   Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Mizoram, Manipur
(5)    Nepal
(e)   J.K, Punjab, Rajasthan, Gujarath

a:1(b), 2(a), 3(d), (c), 5(e)
b: 1(b), 2(a), 3(e), 4(d), 5(c)
c: 1(e), 2(d), 3(a), 4(b), 5(c)
d: 1(a), 2(b), 39c), 4(d), 5(e)
(2)Where the Eastern Ghats and the Western Ghats meet?
(a)    Anaimalai Hills (b) Palani Hills (c) Melagiri hills (d)  Nilgiri Hills

(3)Match the following
Mountain Peaks
(1)    K2 (Godwuin mountain)
(a)    J& K
(2)     Kanchenjunga
(b)    Uttarkhand
(3)    Nanda devi
(c)    T.N
(4)    Doda Betta
(d)   Kerala
(5)    Anaimodi
(e)    sikkim

A : 1(e) 2(b), 3(a), 4(d), 5(c)
B: 1€, 2(a), 3(b),4(c), 5(d)
C: 1(a), 2(e), 3(b), 4(d), (5)
D: 1 (a), 2(e), 3(b), 4(c), 5(d)
 (4)Which pass lies blow the value of Kashmir and Kargil district, and is the only win entrance  to the highland of Ladakh .
(a) Banihal (b) Zojila (c) Rohtang Pass (d) Mohan Pass
(1)    Indus

(a)   Satlej, Beas, Ravi, Chenab, Jhelum
(2)   Ganga
(b)   Jamuna, Ramganga, Ghaghai, Gandak, Kasi, Mahananda
(3)   Yamuna
(c)    Chambal, and Betwa ( sub tributaries
(4)   Brahmaputra
(d)   Saban siri, jiabhareli, Dhansiri, Pthimari, Pagladiya, Mana
(5)   Megha
(e)   Makku, Trong, tuivai, Jiri, sonai, (Barak), Rukni, Katkhal, dhaleswari, Langachini, Maduva, Jatinga.

A: 1(e), 2(d), 3©, 4(b), 5(a)
B: 1(a), 2(c), 3(b), 4(a), 5(e)
C: 1(a), 2(b),3(c), 4(d), 5(e)
D: 1(a), 2(e), 3(d), 4(c), 5(e)  

GS Indian Polity Model Questions

(1)    Indian Constitution                                                      Sources
(i) Independence of Judiciary
a) UK
(ii) Rule of law
b) USA
(iii) Federation with a strong centre
c) Ireland
(iv) DPSP
D) Japan
(V) Fundamental duties
e) Canada

A: 1 (b), 2 (e), 3(c), 4(a), 5(d)
B: 1(b), 2(d), 3(a), 4(c), 5(e)
C: 1(b), 2 (c), 3(d), 4(e), 5(a)
D:1(b), 2(a), 3(e), 4(c), 5(d)

(2)    Indian constituent Assembly was adopted on
(a) 26th Jan 1950 (b) 26th Nov 1949 (c) 26th Jan 1949 (d) 26th Nov 1950
(3)     India’s fisrt Lok Sabha Speaker
(a)    Hukam singh (b) Neelam Sanjiva Reddy (c) Ganesh Vasudev Malvankar (d) Bal Ram Jakhar.

(4)    Member of  Parliament Lok Sabha Age limit.
(a)    Not less than 30 (b) not less than 25 (c) not less that 28 (d) not less than 35



                          DHOLIPUR HOUSE
          SHAHJAHAN ROAD NEW DELHI – 110069

Online Recruitment Applications (ORA) are invited for direct recruitment by selection through website
http://www.upsconline.nic .in to the following posts by 31st july .2014

i)                    04  Assistant Directors (Regulation & Information ) in directorate General of civil aviation ministry of civil aviation
ii)                   08 prinicipals grade-11 in ordnance factory board Kolkata department of defence production, ministry of defence.
iii)                 01  joint drugs controller (India0 CENTRAL) Drugs standardization control organization (CDSCO) under the directorate general of Health services ministry of health & family welfare.
iv)                 14 assistant cost account officers in geological survey of india ministry of mines .
v)                  01 professor in civil engineering (Technical) in Ch. Barhm  prakash  Govt. engineering college, Training &Technical education department, Govt . of Nct of  Delhi.
vi)                 08 specialists , Gr.11 (Jr .Scale) In Anaesthesiology at Directorate of Health & Family welfare services Govt, of puducherry.
vii)               04 specialists, Gr.11,  (jr.scale )in medicine at directorate of health & family welfare services, Govt,of puducherry.
viii)              05 specialists ,Gr.11 ,(Jr.scale) in pediatrics  at  directorate  of  health & family welfare services, Govt ,of puducherry.
ix)                 02 specialits , Gr 11 (jr.scale ) in surgery at directorate of health & family  welfare services govt, of puducherry

x)                  07 specialits ,Gr .11 ,(jr.scale ) in radio diagnosis at directorate of health &family welfare services govt of puducherry.    

TAGS;UNION PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION RECRUITMENT 31st july .2014, latest upsc jobs, upsc recruitment 2014-2015, upsc, upsc recruitment 2014, Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) Recruitment 2014, 

Doklam Plateau Issue

The region falls within Bhutanese Territory. India and Bhutan 2007 Friendship Treaty, Which provide regulations for border dispute Th...