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Monday, 20 November 2017

CDS Answer Key 2017 - Download CDS (II) Answer Key with solutions

  MOHAMMAD ZEESHAN       Monday, 20 November 2017
CDS 2 Answer Key
56) match List – I with List – II and select the correct answer using the code given below the Lists :
Lists – I
[States of NE India]
  1. Tripura
  2. Mizoram
  3. Nagaland
  4. Manipur

List – II
[Location in Map]

Code :
A         B         C         D
(a)        2          1          4          3
(b)       2          4          1          3
(c)        3          1          4          2
(d)       3          4          1          2

57) Which one of the following statements regarding Uniform Civil Code as provided under Article 44 of the Constitution of India is not correct ?
(a)  It is Fundamental Right of every Indian citizen.
(b)  The State shall endeavour to secure it for citizens throughout the territory of India.
(c)  It is not enforceable by any Court.
(d)  It is not enforceable by a Court yet the Constitution requires that as a principle it should be fundamental in the governance of our country.

58) Which of the following was/were founded by Raja Ram Mohan Roy ?
  1. Atmiya Sabha
  2. Brahmo Samaj
  3. Prarthana Samaj
  4. Arya Samaj
Select the correct answer using the code given below.
(a)  1, 2 and 3
(b)  2 only
(c)  1 and 2 only
(d)  1, 3 and 4

59) Match List – I with List – II and select the correct answer using the code given below the Lists.
Lists – I
[Harappan Site]
  1. Dholavira
  2. Rakhigarhi
  3. Bhirrana
  4. Bhogavo
List – II
[Modern Name]
  1. Saurashtra
  2. Hisar
  3. Kadir island
  4. Haryana
Code :
A         B         C         D
(a)        1          4          2          3
(b)       1          2          4          3
(c)        3          2          4          1
(d)       3          4          2          1
60) Which one of the following statements about the Gupta period in Indian history is not correct?
(a)  Sanskrit language and literature, after centuries of evolution, reached what has been described as a level of classical excellence through royal patronage.
(b)  The status of women was redefined. They were entitled to formal education and hence there were women teachers, philosophers and doctors. Early marriage was prohibited by law and they were given the right to property.
(c)  Decentralization of administrative authority was impacted by increased grants of land and villages with fiscal and administrative immunities to priests and temples.
(d)  land grants paved the way for feudal developments and emergence of selfdom in India, resulting in the depression of the peasantry.

61) The Nobel Prize in Physics for the year 2016 was given to
(a)  David J. Thouless
(b)  F. Duncan M. Haldane
(c)  J. Michael Kosterlitz
(d)  All of them

62) Which one of the following political parties was launched by Irom Sharmila in Manipur ?
(a)  People’s Resurgence and Justice Alliance
(b)  Manipur Resistance Alliance
(c)  Tribal Resistance Party
(d)  Revolutionary People’s Party

63) Which one of the following planets was explored by Cassini Mission launched by NASA, which ended in September 2017 ?
(a)  Sun
(b)  Neptune
(c)  Saturn
(d)  Jupiter

64) Match List – I  with List – II and select the correct answer using the code given below the Lists :
List – I
[Strait]
  1. Bass Strait
  2. Davis Strait
  3. Dover Strait
  4. Florida Strait
List – II
[Countries ]
  1. UK and France
  2. Australia and Tasmania
  3. USA and Cuba
  4. Canada and Greenland
Code :
A         B         C         D
(a)        2          4          1          3
(b)       2          1          4          3
(c)        3          4          1          2
(d)       3          1          4          2

65) Match List – I  with List – II and select the correct answer using the code given below the Lists :
List – I
[ Pass]
  1. Zoji La
  2. Shipki La
  3. Lipulekh
  4. Nathu La
List – II
[Place]
  1. Himachal Pradesh
  2. Uttarakhand
  3. Jammu and Kashmir
  4. Sikkim
Code :
A         B         C         D
(a)        4          2          1          3
(b)       4          1          2          3
(c)        3          1          2          4
(d)       3          2          1          4

66) Match List – I  with List – II and select the correct answer using the code given below the Lists :
List – I
[Concern]
  1. TISCO
  2. BALCO
  3. BPCL
  4. BEL
List – II
[Product]
  1. Chemicals
  2. Iron & steel
  3. Electronics
  4. Aluminium
Code :
A         B         C         D
(a)        2          1          4          3
(b)       2          4          1          3
(c)        3          4          1          2
(d)       3          1          4          2

67) Match List – I  with List – II and select the correct answer using the code given below the Lists :
List – I
[National Highway]
  1. NH – 2
  2. NH – 4
  3. NH – 7
  4. NH – 8
List – II
[Route]
  1. Delhi – Jaipur – Ahmedabad – Mumbai
  2. Thane – Pune – Bengaluru – Chennai
  3. Delhi – Agra – Allahabad – Kolkata
  4. Varanasi – jabalpur – Nagpur – Hyderabad – Bengaluru – Madurai – Kanyakumari
Code :
A         B         C         D
(a)        3          4          2          1
(b)       1          2          4          3
(c)        1          4          2          3
(d)       3          2          4          1
68) One carbon credit is accepted as equivalent to
(a)  100 kg of carbon
(b)  100 kg of carbon dioxide
(c)  1000 kg of carbon
(d)  1000 kg of carbon dioxide

69) An emulsion consists of
(a)  one liquid and one solid
(b)  one liquid and one gas
(c)  two liquids
(d)  two solids

70) Which one of the following radioactive substances enters/enter the human body through food chain and causes/cause many physiological disorders ?
(a) Strontium – 90
(b)  Iodine – 131
(c)  Cesium – 137
(d)  All of the above

71) ‘Xeriscaping’ is a concept related to
(a)  landscaping related to save water
(b) landscaping related to save soil erosion
(c)  weathering of rock surface
(d)  all of the above

72) Joule – Thomson process is extremely useful and economical for attaining low temperature. The process can be categorized as
(a)  isobaric process
(b)  isoenthalpic process
(c)  adiabatic process
(d)  isochoric process

73) Ultrasonic waves are produced by making use of
(a)  ferromagnetic material
(b)  ferrimagnetic material
(c)  piezoelectric material
(d)  pyroelectrical material

74) A person throws an object on a horizontal friction plane surface. It is noticed that there are two forces acting on this object – (i) gravitational pull and (ii) normal reaction of the surface. According to the third law of motion, the net resultant force is zero. Which one of the following can be said for the motion of the objects ?
(a)  The object will move with acceleration.
(b)  The object will move with deceleration.
(c)  The object will move with constant speed, but varying direction.
(d)  The object will move with constant velocity.

75) Consider the following statements :
  1. The chain reaction process is used in nuclear bombs to release a vast amount of energy, but in nuclear reactors, there is no chain reaction.
  2. In a nuclear reactor, the reaction is controlled, while in nuclear bombs, the reaction is uncontrolled.
  3. In a nuclear reactor, all operating reactors are ‘critical’, while there is no question of ‘critically’ in case of a nuclear bomb.
  4. Nuclear reactors do not use moderators, while nuclear bombs use them.
Which of the above statements about operational principles of a nuclear reactor and a nuclear bomb is/are correct ?
(a)  1 and 3
(b)  2 and 3
(c)  4 only
(d)  1 and 4

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