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Sunday, 8 April 2018

MPSC PRE 2018 GS PRACTISE PAPER

  By GK Planet Team       Sunday, 8 April 2018
MPSC Answer Key 2018

Q.61) Which of the following directive principles did not form part of the original Constitution and were added through constitutional amendments?
  1. To minimise inequality in income
  2. To protect and improve the environment and to safeguard forests and wildlife
  3. Equal pay for equal work for both men and women
  4. To ensure equal justice and free legal aid to the poor.
  5. To secure adequate means of livelihood for all citizens.
  1. a,b and c
  2. b,c and d
  3. c,d and e
  4. a,b and d

Q.62) Which of the following statements are correct?
  1. Parliament can increase a tax.
  2. Parliament cannot reduce a tax
  3. Parliament cannot increase a tax
  4. Parliament can reduce a tax.
  1. a, c and e
  2. b, c and d
  3. c, d and e
  4. c and d

Q.63) Which of the following regarding Zero Hour are correct?
  1. Zero hour is an indian innovation in the field of Parliamentary Procedure
  2. The time gap between the question hour and the agenda of house is known as Zero Hour
  3. The device has been in existence since 1962
  4. It is an informal device available to the members of the parliament
  1. a, b and c
  2. a, c and d
  3. b and c
  4. All of the above

Q.64) Consider the following statements
  1. The provisions of part IX of the constitution relating to the panchayats are not applicable to the Fifth Schedule Areas.
  2. At present seven states have fifth schedule areas.
  3. The parliament has enacted PESA act in 1996 for such areas.
Which of the following is/are correct?
  1. a and b
  2. a and c
  3. Only a
  4. All of the above

Q.65) Which article of the constitution provides that it shall be the duty of the Union to promote the spread of the Hindi language, to develop it so that it may become the ‘Lingua Franca’ of the composite culture of India?
  1. Article 343
  2. Article 348
  3. Article 350
  4. Article 351

Article 351 in The Constitution Of India 1949
Directive for development of the Hindi language It shall be the duty of the Union to promote the spread of the Hindi language, to develop it so that it may serve as a medium of expression for all the elements of the composite culture of India and to secure its enrichment by assimilating without interfering with its genius, the forms, style and expressions used in Hindustani and in the other languages of India specified in the Eighth Schedule, and by drawing, wherever necessary or desirable, for its vocabulary, primarily on Sanskrit and secondarily on other languages PART XVIII EMERGENCY PROVISIONS
Q.66) The second schedule of the Indian Constitution mentions salary, allowances and other privileges of certain officials. Which one of the following is not among those officials?
  1. Deputy speaker of legislative assembly
  2. Deputy chairman of legislative assembly
  3. The Attorney general of India
  4. The Comptroller and Auditor General of India

Q.67) Which one of the following statements is/are correct?
  1. Only the Rajya Sabha not Lok Sabha can have nominated members
  2. There is a constitutional provisions for nominating two members belonging to the Anglo-Indian community to the Rajya Sabha.
  3. There is no constitutional bar for nominated members to be appointed as nominated members
  4. A nominated member can vote for both in Presidential and vice-presidential elections
  1. a and b
  2. c and d
  3. Only b
  4. Only c

Q.68) Select the correct statement/s
  1. Some democratic countries are republic
  2. Some democratic countries are not republics
Answer Options:
  1. Only a
  2. Only b
  3. Both a and b
  4. Neither a nor b

Q.69) Select the correct statement/s
  1. A citizen enjoys all the civil rights in the state
  2. A citizen enjoys all the political rights in the state
  3. An alien enjoys all the civil rights in the state
  4. An aline enjoys all the political rights in the state
Answer Options:
  1. Only a, b and c
  2. Only a, b and d
  3. Only a and b
  4. Only a, c and d

Q.70) Arrange in appropriate order (formation of the states)
  1. Mizoram
  2. Nagaland
  3. Meghalaya
  4. Maharashtra
Answer Options:
  1. a, d, b, d
  2. d, b, c, a
  3. c, d, b, a
  4. d, b, a, c

Q.71) Out of the following statements about the regulatory body in the field of higher education, which is not correct?
  1. National Knowledge Commission under the leadership of Sam Pitroda in 2005 had proposed independent regulatory authority for higher education insitutions.
  2. Yashpal Committee recommended single independent regulatory authority for higher education institutions
  3. Central Government has proposed to replace present regulatories body in the field of higher education with a single regulatory body called Higher Education Empowerment Regulation Authority (HEERA)
  4. University Grants Commission (UGC) is the only existing regulatory body in higher education at present.

Q.72) Choose the correct statement/s from the following
  1. India has less than one doctor per thousand population
  2. The World Health Organization prescribes minimum one doctor-population ratio of 3:1000. (3 doctors for 1000 people)
Answer Options:
  1. Only a
  2. Only b
  3. Both a and b
  4. Neither a nor b

Q.73) Which of the following statements is incorrect about India’s ‘Act East Policy’?
  1. This policy focuses on the extended neighborhood in the Asia-Pacific region
  2. This policy was originally conceived as an economic initiative.
  3. The policy promoted enhanced connectivity to Asia-Pacific region through North-East region
  4. The policy promotes proactive diplomacy with political and military intervention to curb insurgency in the Asia-Pacific and Indian Ocean Region

Q.74) Consider the following statements about ‘Jnanpith (Gyanpith)’ Awards:
  1. Sponsored by the Government of India since 1952
  2. Prior to 1982 it was given to a single worker of a writer
  3. Now it is given for the lifetime contribution of the writer
  4. Award for the year 2017 has been declared to Krishna Sobti
Which of the above statements are correct?
  1. a, b and c
  2. b, c and d
  3. a and d
  4. a, b, c and d

Q.75) Who is the Chairman of the 15th Finance Commission?
  1. N.K. Singh
  2. N.K. Mishra
  3. N.K. Rajan
  4. N.K. Tyagi
The Fifteenth Finance Commission of India (XV-FC) (IAST: Paṃdrahavāṃ Bhāratīya Vitta Āyoga) is a finance commission constituted in November 2017. The commission's chairman is N. K. Singh, with its full-time members being Shaktikanta Das and Anoop Singh. In addition, the commission also has two part-time members in Ramesh Chand and Ashok Lahiri.
Q.76) Which of the following statements about Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) is false?
  1. Chief Minister is the chairman of the authority.
  2. The agency was established in the year 1975.
  3. Metropolitan Governor is an appointee by the Government of India.
  4. The agency brings about improvement in sectors like transport, housing, water supply and environment in the region.

Q.77) Dr. Dhriendra Pal Singh was recently in the news. What is not true about him?
  1. He was the director of NAAC (National Assessment and Accreditation Council).
  2. He was the vice-chancellor of Banaras Hindu University.
  3. He was the director of Indian Institute of Science.
  4. He has been appointed as the chairman of UGC.

Q.78) In Maharashtra, Dr. Abdul Kalam Ahar Yojana is related with?
  1. Providing square meal in the higher education institutes of the tribal region.
  2. Providing square meal to the needy students in the secondary schools in the tribal region.
  3. Providing square meals to the pregnant and the lactating mothers in the tribal areas.
  4. Providing square meals to the Aanganwadi Sevikas.

Q.79) Match the Pairs:
Author Books
A Shashi Tharoor I Ghachar Ghochar
B Raghuram Rajan II The End of Karma
C Somini Sengupta III I do What I do
D Vivek Shanbhag IV An Era of Darkness
A B C D
  1. IV III II I
  2. IV II III I
  3. III IV II I
  4. III IV I II

Q.80) Kazuo Ishiguro is awarded with Nobel prize in literature in 2017. Which of the following are not his works?
  1. The Remains of the Day
  2. A Pale view of Hills
  3. An artist of the Floating World
  4. Norwegian Wood
  5. Kafka on the Shore
Answer Options:
  1. a, b, c, d, e
  2. b,c and d
  3. b,c and e
  4. d and e
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