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Sunday, 28 January 2018

WBCS PRELIMS 2018 PAPER SOLUTION

  By GK Planet Team       Sunday, 28 January 2018

WBPSC Civil Services Answer Sheet 2018

51. On average, air contains ————–% of water vapour.
(A)1
(B)3
(C)5
(D)7
Water vapor exists as an invisible gas in the air. The amount of water vapor in air varies according to the temperature and density of air. The amount of water vapor ranges from a trace amount up to 4% of the mass of air.
52. Who founded Anushilan Samiti of Decca?
(A)Prafulla Chaki
(B)Pulin Das
(C)S.N. Sanyal
(D)Jatindra Nath Mukherjee
Anushilan Samiti (Ōnūshīlōn sōmītī, lit: body-building society) was a Bengali Indian organisation that existed in the first quarter of the twentieth century, and propounded revolutionary violence as the means for ending British rule in India. The organisation arose from a conglomeration of local youth groups and gyms (Akhra) in Bengal in 1902. It had two prominent if somewhat independent arms in East and West Bengal identified as Dhaka Anushilan Samiti centred in Dhaka (modern day Bangladesh), and the Jugantar group (centred at Calcutta) respectively.
Pulin Behari Das (Bengali: পুলীনবিহারী দাশ) (24 January 1877 – 17 August 1949) was an Indian revolutionary and the founder-president of the Dhaka Anushilan Samiti.

53. Expenditure for public administration falls under
(A)Plan Expenditure
(B)Non-Plan Expenditure
(C)Profitable Expenditure
(D)None of above

54. All electromagnetic wave have the same
(A)Frequency
(B)amplitude
(C)wavelength in vacuum
(D)speed in vacuum

55. Who won the women’s singles title in the world Badminton championship in Glasgow?
(A) P.V. Sindhu
(B) Sayaka Hirota
(C) Nozomi Okuhara
(D) Jia Yifan

56. Who founded ‘Satyashodhak Samaj’?
(A) B. R. Ambedkar
(B) Gopal Hari Deshmukh
(C) Sri Narayan Guru
(D)Jyotiba Phule
Satyashodhak Samaj is a social reform society founded by Jyotirao Phule in Pune, India, on 24 September 1873. Its purpose was to liberate the less privileged in society from exploitation and oppression.
Through his writings and activities, Jyotirao Phule condemned caste hierarchy and the privileged status of the Brahmin castes in it. He condemned the inequality in the religious books, orthodox nature of religion, exploitation of masses by the means of it, blind and misleading rituals, and hypocrisy in the prevalent Hindu religion.[citation needed] Phule established Satyashodhak Samaj with the ideals of human well-being, happiness, unity, equality, and easy religious principles and rituals.A Pune-based newspaper, Deenbandhu, provided the voice for the views of the Samaj

57. Apicco movement associated with nature conservation was led by
(A)Sarala Ben of Ahmedabad
(B)Mira Ben of Rajkot
(C)Pandu Rao Hegde of Sirsi
(D)Sundarlal Bahuguna of Kasauni

58. the speed of sound is faster in
(A)solids
(B)liquids
(C)gases
(D)vacuum

59. Which city was set to host an International Puppet Festival From October 26, 2017?
(A)Kolkata
(B)Chennai
(C)Mumbai
(D)Delhi

60. Who was elected the first President of the All India Trade union Congress(AITUC) October 31, 1920?
(A)V.V. Giri
(B)Subhash Chandra Bose
(C)Lala Lahpat Rai
(D)C.R.Das

The All India Trade Union Congress (AITUC) is the oldest trade union federations in India. It is not Politically affiliated to any political party including the Communist Party of India. But itself is the third largest Communist Party in India after CPI(M) and CPI. According to provisional statistics from the Ministry of Labour, AITUC had a membership of 2,677,979 in 2002. 
It was founded on 31 October 1920 in Bombay by Lala Lajpat Rai, Joseph Baptista, N. M. Joshi, Diwan Chaman Lall and a few others and, until 1945 when unions became organised on party lines, it was the primary trade union organisation in India. Since then, it has been associated with the Communist Party of India.
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