[Mock Test #1] NCERT 100 MCQs from Class 6 (All), 8 (Science) & 10 (All)

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  1. Prologue
  2. Q1 to 25
  3. Q26 to 50
  4. Q51 to 75
  5. Q76 to 100
  6. Answers


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Q1 to 25

Q1: Which is NOT matched? [Chemical agent for testing – Nutrient]

1. Iodine solution – Starch
2.Copper sulphate & caustic soda – Protein
(a) 1 Only
(b) 2 Only
(c) 1 & 2
(d) None

Q2: Which are CORRECT?

1. Fats give much more energy as compared to the same amount of carbohydrates
2.Proteins are needed for the growth and repair of our body
3. Roughage helps our body get rid of undigested food
(a) 1 & 2 Only
(b) 2& 3 Only
(c) 1, 2 & 3
(d) None

Q3: Which is/are INCORRECT?

I. The jute plant is normally harvested when it is at flowering stage
II. Cotton plants are usually grown at places having black soil and cool climate
(a) I Only
(b) II Only
(c) I & II
(d) None

Q4: Which is/are INCORRECT?

1. Jupiter, Saturn and Uranus have rings around them
2.The moon moves around the earth in about 27 days and it takes exactly the same time to complete one spin
3. The largest asteroid is the Ceres
4. The Pole Star indicates the direction to the South
(a) 1 & 2 Only
(b) 2& 3 Only
(c) 1, 2 & 3
(d) 4 Only

Q5: Which is INCORRECT?

(a) The mid-day sun is exactly overhead at least once a year on all latitudes in between the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn
(b) Those places east of Greenwich will be ahead of Greenwich Time and those to the west will be behind it
(c) It will be 7:30 A.M. in India when its 2:00 P.M. in London
(d) The axis of the earth which is an imaginary line makes an angle of 66½° with its orbital plane

Q6: Which is INCORRECT?

1. Christmas is celebrated in summer in Australia
2.Direct rays of the sun fall on the equator on 21st March
(a) 1 Only
(b) 2 Only
(c) 1 & 2
(d) None

Q7: Which is CORRECT?

1. A large part of Africa lies in the Southern Hemisphere
2.North America is the Fourth largest continent of the world
3. The coastline of Atlantic Ocean is highly indented
(a) 1 Only
(b) 3 Only
(c) 1 & 2
(d) 1, 2 & 3

Q8: Which is CORRECT?

1. Mauna Kea is in the Pacific Ocean
2.The USA and Canada have six time zones extending from the Pacific coast to the Atlantic coast
(a) 1 Only
(b) 2 Only
(c) 1 & 2
(d) None

Q9: Which is NOT matched? [Mountain – Location – Type]

(a) Vosges – South America – Block
(b) Ural – Russia – Fold
(c) Appalachians – North America – Fold
(d) Kilimanjaro – Africa – Volcanic

Q10: Which is CORRECT?

1. Ladakh is also called Little Tibet
2.Local versions of the Tibetan national epic the Kesar Saga are performed and sung by both Muslims and Buddhists in Ladakh
(a) 1 Only
(b) 2 Only
(c) 1 & 2
(d) None

Q11: A: Women in the UK got to vote in 1920 while American women got the right to vote in 1928

R: women’s suffrage movement got strengthened during the First World War
(a) A & R are CORRECT; R is CORRECT explanation for A
(b) A & R are CORRECT; But, R is not-CORRECT explanation for A
(c) A is CORRECT; But not R
(d) R is CORRECT; But not A

Q12: Which is INCORRECT?

1. Secretary of the Gram Sabha is responsible for calling the meeting of the Gram Sabha
2.Gram Sabha is a meeting of all adults who live in the area covered by a Panchayat and this could be only one village or a few villages
(a) 1 Only
(b) 2 Only
(c) 1 & 2
(d) None

Q13: Which is CORRECT?

I. The earliest plants to be domesticated – wheat and barley
II. Earliest domesticated animals – sheep and goat
(a) I Only
(b) II Only
(c) I & II
(d) None

Q14: Which is/are NOT matched?

I. Mohenjodaro – Great Bath II. Kalibangan and Lothal – Fire Altars
III. Dholavira – City divided into three parts IV. Arikamedu – Roman lamps
(a) I Only
(b) II Only
(c) III & IV
(d) None

Q15: Languages spoken in Jharkhand belong to

(a) Austro-Asiatic family
(b) Tibeto-Burman family
(c) Dravidian family
(d) Indo-European family

Q16: Which is/are NOT matched?

1. Bimbisara – Magadha King 2. Mahapadma Nanda – Magadha King
3. Bindusara – Mauryan Dynasty King 4. Gautamiputra Shri Satakarni – Pandya Dynasty King
(a) 4 Only
(b) 3 Only
(c) 2 & 1 Only
(d) None
Q17: Which is CORRECT?

1. Buddha taught in the language of the ordinary people, Prakrit
2.The rules made for the Buddhist sangha were written down in a book called the Vinaya Pitaka
(a) 1 Only
(b) 2 Only
(c) 1 & 2
(d) None

Q18: Which is CORRECT?

1. Cholas, Cheras and Satavahanas had two centres of power, one inland and one on the coast
2.The best-known of the rulers who controlled the Silk Route were the Kushanas
(a) 1 Only
(b) 2 Only
(c) 1 & 2
(d) None

Q19: Two distinct features of Mahayana Buddhism are

I. Buddha’s presence was shown using certain signs
II. Bodhisattvas remained in the world to teach
Which is CORRECT?
(a) I Only
(b) II Only
(c) I & II
(d) None

Q20: Satyakama Jabala

(a) Upanishadic Thinker
(b) Magadha King
(c) Both
(d) None

Q21: Buddhism which was more popular in Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Thailand, and other parts of Southeast Asia

(a) Theravada
(b) Mahayana
(c) Both
(d) None

Q22: Which is CORRECT?

1. Pallavas and the Chalukyas gave way to new rulers belonging to the Rashtrakuta and Chola respectively
2.Harshavardhana was stopped by a ruler Pulakeshin belonging to the Chalukya dynasty
(a) 1 Only
(b) 2 Only
(c) 1 & 2
(d) None

Q23: Carbon monoxide is

I. Produced from incomplete burning of fuels such as petrol and diesel
II. It is a poisonous gas and reduces the oxygen-carrying capacity of the blood
(a) I Only
(b) II Only
(c) I & II
(d) None

Q24: Which is CORRECT?

I. Smoke may contain oxides of nitrogen which combine with other air pollutants and fog to form smog.
II. The smog causes breathing difficulties such as asthma, cough and wheezing in children
(a) I Only
(b) II Only
(c) I & II
(d) None

Q25: Match [Source – Pollutant]

I. Petroleum refineries a. Sulphur dioxide and nitrogen dioxide
II. Coal power plants b. Sulphur dioxide
III. Refrigerators c. Chlorofluorocarbons
IV. Automobiles (diesel and petrol) d. Tiny Particles
(a) b a c d
(b) a b c d
(c) a b d c
(d) b a d c

Q26 to 50

Q26: Kanpur is known for which industries?

1. Fertiliser 2. Detergent3. Leather 4. Paint
(a) 1 Only
(b) 3 Only
(c) 1 & 2
(d) 1, 2, 3 & 4

Q27: Which is INCORRECT?

(a) The Pole star lies close to the axis of rotation of the Earth
(b) Like Mars, Uranus also rotates from east to west
(c) Saturn is the least dense among all the planets
(d) The outer planets have large number of moons

Q28: Which is INCORRECT?

(a) Iris is the part of that eye which gives it its distinctive colour
(b) The most comfortable distance at which one can read with a normal eye is about 50 cm
(c) If still images of a moving object are flashed on the eye at a rate faster than 16 per second, then, the eye perceives this object as moving
(d) Eye lens becoming cloudy is called cataract

Q29: A: A night bird (owl) can see very well in the night but not during the day

R: A night bird has on its retina a large number of rods and only a few cones
(a) A & R are CORRECT; R is CORRECT explanation for A
(b) A & R are CORRECT; But, R is not-CORRECT explanation for A
(c) A is CORRECT; But not R
(d) R is CORRECT; But not A

Q30: Which of the following statements are CORRECT about Braille System?

1. It has 63 dot patterns or characters
2.Dots are arranged in cells of two vertical rows of three dots each
(a) 1 Only
(b) 2 Only
(c) 1 & 2
(d) None

Q31: If electrodes were immersed in water, and a current is passed

(a) Oxygen bubbles formed at the positive terminal
(b) Hydrogen bubbles formed at the positive terminal
(c) Hydrogen bubbles formed at the negative terminal
(d) A & C

Q32: Match [electroplating – purpose]

I. Tin a. Resists scratches
II. Chromium b. Protection from getting spoilt
III. Gold c. Appearance
IV. Zinc d. Protection from corrosion

(a) b a c d
(b) a b c d
(c) a b d c
(d) b a d c

Q33: Fertilization very common in aquatic animals is

(a) External fertilization
(b) Internal fertilization
(c) In vitro fertilization
(d) B & C

Q34: Cloning is the production of

I. An exact copy of a cell II. Any other living part III. A complete organism
(a) I & III only
(b) II & III only
(c) III only
(d) I, II & III

Q35: Which is INCORRECT?

1. The basic components of a cell are cell membrane, cytoplasm and nucleus
2.Chromosomes help in inheritance or transfer of characters from the parents to the offspring
3. Animal cells differ from Plant cells in having an additional layer around the cell membrane termed cell wall
(a) 1 Only
(b) 3 Only
(c) 1 & 2
(d) 1, 2 & 3

Q36: A: For fires involving electrical equipment and inflammable materials like petrol, carbon dioxide is the best extinguisher

R: carbon dioxide is lighter than oxygen and the contact between the fuel and oxygen is cut off
(a) A & R are CORRECT; R is CORRECT explanation for A
(b) A & R are CORRECT; But, R is not-CORRECT explanation for A
(c) A is CORRECT; But not R
(d) R is CORRECT; But not A

Q37: Which is CORRECT?

1. Viruses reproduce only inside the cells of the host organism
2.Common ailments like cold, influenza (flu) and most coughs are caused by viruses
3. Serious diseases like polio and chicken pox are also caused by viruses
(a) 1 Only
(b) 3 Only
(c) 1 & 2
(d) 1, 2 & 3

Q38: Which is INCORRECT?

1. Rayon or artificial silk is obtained from a natural source, wood pulp
2.Nylon is prepared from coal, water and air and it was the first fully synthetic fibre
3. Polyester is another synthetic fibre and fabric made from this fibre does get wrinkled easily
4. Cotton is a polymer made of many repeating units called cellulose
(a) 1 Only
(b) 3 Only
(c) 1 & 2 only
(d) 4 Only

Q39: Which of the following statements are CORRECT?

1. Antibiotics are being produced only from bacteria
2.Antibiotics are not effective against cold and flu as these are caused by viruses
3. Antibiotics are even mixed with the feed of livestock and poultry to check microbial infection in animals
(a) 1 Only
(b) 2 & 3 Only
(c) 1 & 2 only
(d) 1, 2 & 3

Q40: Diseases can be prevented by vaccination

(a) Cholera & Tuberculosis
(b) Smallpox and Hepatitis
(c) Small pox only
(d) Both A & B

Q41: Communicable diseases

1. Spread from an infected person to a healthy person through air, water, food or physical contact
2.Cholera, common cold, chicken pox and tuberculosis are examples of Communicable diseases
3. Some insects and animals which act as carriers of disease causing microbes
4. Female Aedes mosquito acts as carrier of malaria
(a) 4 Only
(b) 2 Only
(c) 1 & 2 only
(d) 1, 2 & 3 only

Q42: Which is NOT MATCHED? [Disease – Microorganism – Transmission]

(a) Polio – Virus – Air
(b) Tuberculosis – Bacteria – Water
(c) Cholera – Bacteria – Food
(d) Malaria – Protozoa – Mosquito

Q43: Match

1. Preservation by Common Salt a. Jellies and squashes
II. Preservation by Sugar b. Raw mangoes
III. Preservation by Oil and Vinegar c. Vegetables & fruits
IV. Common preservatives d. Sodium benzoate
e. Sodium metabisulphite
(a) b a c d & e
(b) a b c d only
(c) a b c d & e
(d) b a c d only
Q44: Nitrogen is one of the essential constituents of all living organisms as part of

(a) Proteins & Chlorophyll
(b) Nucleic acids and vitamins

(c) Both A & B
(d) Proteins, Chlorophyll and Nucleic acids only

Q45: A: PVC, a thermosetting plastic, used for making electrical switches and handles of various Utensils

R: Thermosetting plastics when moulded once cannot be softened by heating
(a) A & R are CORRECT; R is CORRECT explanation for A
(b) A & R are CORRECT; But, R is not-CORRECT explanation for A
(c) A is CORRECT; But not R
(d) R is CORRECT; But not A

Q46: A: To prevent the contact of phosphorus with atmospheric oxygen, it is stored in water

R: phosphorus is a very reactive Metal
(a) A & R are CORRECT; R is CORRECT explanation for A
(b) A & R are CORRECT; But, R is not-CORRECT explanation for A
(c) A is CORRECT; But not R
(d) R is CORRECT; But not A

Q47: Uses of Nonmetals

1. Some non – metals essential for our life which all living beings inhale during breathing
2.Some non – metals Used in fertilizers to enhance the growth of plants
3. Some non – metals used in water purification process
4. Some non – metals used as an antiseptic
Which are CORRECT?
(a) 1 & 2 Only
(b) 2 & 3 Only
(c) 3 & 4 only
(d) 1, 2, 3 & 4

Q48: Which of the following statements are CORRECT on ‘holding together’ federations?

1. A large country decides to divide its power between the constituent States and the national government
2.India, Spain and Belgium are examples
3. The central government tends to be more powerful vis-à-vis the States
4. Some units are granted special powers
(a) 1, 2 & 3 Only
(b) 2 & 3 Only
(c) 1, 3 & 4 only
(d) 1, 2, 3 & 4

Q49: State List contains subjects of local importance such as

(a) Police
(b) Trade Unions
(c) Commerce
(d) Agriculture and irrigation

Q50: Some States were created not on the basis of language but to recognize differences based on culture, ethnicity or geography. These include States like

1. Nagaland 2. Uttarakhand 3. Jharkhand
(a) 1 Only
(b) 2 & 3 Only
(c) 1 & 2 only
(d) 1, 2 & 3

Q51 to 75

Q51: In Scheduled Languages of India which Language is having least proportion (%) of speakers?

(a) Bodo
(b) Dogri
(c) Konkani
(d) Sindhi

Q52: Which is INCORRECT?

(a) Women members share in the state assemblies is less than 5 per cent
(b) The percentage of elected women members in Lok Sabha has never reached even 10 per cent of its total strength except 16th Lok Sabha
(c) In India the proportion of women in legislature has been very low and behind the averages for several developing countries of Africa and Latin America
(d) There are more than 10 lakh elected women representatives in rural and urban local bodies

Q53: Which is INCORRECT?

(a) Democracy evolves through popular struggles
(b) Democratic conflict is resolved through mass mobilization
(c) One obvious way of influencing the decisions in a democracy is direct participation in competitive politics
(d) None

Q54: Election Commission has laid down detailed criteria of the proportion of votes and seats that a party must get in order to be a recognised party. Which is CORRECT?

1. A party that secures at least six per cent of total votes in Lok Sabha elections or Assembly elections in four States and wins at least four seats in the Lok Sabha is recognized as a national party
2.A party that secures at least 6 per cent of the total votes in an election to the Legislative Assembly of a State and wins at least two seats is recognised as a State party
(a) 1 Only
(b) 2 Only
(c) 1 & 2 only
(d) None

Q55: Agenda 21: Which is INCORRECT?

(a) It is the declaration signed by world leaders in 1992 at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development
(b) It is an agenda to combat environmental damage, poverty, disease through global co-operation on common interests, mutual needs and shared responsibilities
(c) One major objective of the Agenda 21 is that every local government should draw its own local Agenda 21
(d) None

Q56: Which of the following statements is/are CORRECT?

(a) There are many regions in India that are rich in resources but these are included in economically backward regions
(b) Ladakh has very rich cultural heritage but it is deficient in water, infrastructure and some vital minerals
(c) India has made concerted efforts for achieving the goals of resource planning right from the First Five Year Plan launched after Independence
(d) All the above
Q57: In India, development dependent on

I. The availability of resources II. Quality of human resources
III. Historical experiences of the people
(a) I Only
(b) I, II & III
(c) I & II only
(d) II only

Q58: Which is INCORRECT?

(a) At the international level, the Club of Rome advocated resource conservation for the first time in a more systematic way
(b) The seminal contribution with respect to resource conservation at the global level was made by the Brundtland Commission Report
(c) Mass production methods were once again presented by Schumacher in his book Small is Beautiful
(d) None

Q59: Land under a variety of relief features in India: Which is NOT MATCHED?

(a) 43 per cent – Plain
(b) 30 per cent – Mountain
(c) 27 per cent – Plateau
(d) None

Q60: The pattern of net sown area varies greatly from one state to another. It is over 80 per cent of the total area in

(a) Punjab and Haryana
(b) Arunachal Pradesh and Mizoram
(c) Punjab
(d) Haryana

Q61: At present, there are about 130 million hectares of degraded land in India. In this 56 per cent is

(a) Forest degraded area
(b) Water eroded area
(c) Both A & B
(d) Affected by saline and alkaline deposits

Q62: Statement I:

Alluvial soils ideal for the growth of sugarcane, paddy, wheat and other cereal and pulse crops
Statement II:
Mostly Alluvial soils contain adequate proportion of potash, phosphoric acid and lime
(a) Statement I & Statement II are correct; Statement II is correct explanation for Statement I
(b) Statement I & Statement II are correct; But, Statement II is not- correct explanation for Statement I
(c) Statement I is correct; But not Statement II
(d) Statement II is correct; But not Statement I

Q63: Which of the following statements is CORRECT about black soils?

1. It is believed that climatic condition along with the parent rock materials are the important factors for the formation of black soil
2.The black soils are made up of silt materials
3. They are rich in soil nutrients, such as calcium carbonate, magnesium, potash and lime
4. Black soil is generally poor in phosphoric contents
(a) 1 & 2 Only
(b) 2 & 3 Only
(c) 1 & 3 Only
(d) 1, 3 & 4

Q64: Minerals may occur in the cracks, crevices, faults or joints of (i.e. in veins and lodes)

(a) Igneous rocks
(b) Metamorphic rocks

(c) Igneous and metamorphic rocks
(d) Igneous, metamorphic & sedimentary rocks

Q65: India is an important iron and steel producing country in the world yet, we are not able to perform to our full potential largely due to:

1. Poor infrastructure 2. Lower productivity of labour
3. Irregular supply of energy 4. Limited availability of coking Coal
(a) 1 & 2 Only
(b) 1 & 3 Only
(c) 1 & 4 Only
(d) 1, 2, 3 & 4

Q66: Which National Highway covers most of Rajasthan?

(a) National Highway 8
(b) National Highway 15
(c) National Highway 23
(d) National Highway 38

Q67: From Salaya to Jalandhar there is an oil pipeline. These places are in the states of

(a) Maharastra & Punjab
(b) Gujarat & Punjab
(c) Maharastra & Haryana
(d) Gujarat & Haryana

Q68: Which of the following statements is CORRECT about Bombay Natural History Society?

(a) A pan-India wildlife research organization, has been promoting the cause of nature conservation since 1883
(b) Conservation of Nature, primarily Biological Diversity through action based on Research, Education and Public Awareness
(c) Premier independent scientific organization with a broad based constituency, excelling in the conservation of threatened species and habitats
(d) All the above

Q69: Silicon is an example of

(a) Metals
(b) Metalloids
(c) Non-metals
(d) None

Q70: Which is INCORRECT?

(a) Anticline – A fold in sedimentary strata that resembles an arch
(b) Igneous Rocks – beds and layers
(c) Manganese Nodules – usually containing small amounts of copper, nickel and cobalt
(d) Geothermal Gradient – 30°C per kilometer in the upper crust

Q71: Conservatism – A political philosophy that stressed the importance of

(a) Tradition & Established Customs
(b) Modern institutions
(c) Quick change & Modern institutions
(d) Never Change

Q72: The French army was defeated at battle of Dien Bien Phu by which Country?

(a) China
(b) Vietnam
(c) Myanmar
(d) Cambodia

Q73: Which of the following statements is INCORRECT about ‘Silk Routes’?

(a) It points to the importance of West-bound Chinese silk cargoes along this route
(b) Historians have identified several silk routes, over land only
(c) Knitting together vast regions of Asia, and linking Asia with Europe and Northern Africa
(d) Chinese pottery, textiles and spices from India and Southeast Asia also travelled the same route

Q74: The Compulsory Elementary Education Act of UK passed in the year

(a) 1850
(b) 1870
(c) 1890
(d) 1900

Q75: Newspaper/s which had opposed Rammohun Roy’s opinions

(a) Samachar Chandrika
(b) Sambad Kaumudi
(c) Both
(d) None

Q76 to 100

Q76: Arrange in the pH scale

NCERT Mock test for UPSC CSAT

(a) Lemon Juice, Gastric Juice, Blood, Milk of Magnesia
(b) Gastric Juice, Lemon Juice, Blood, Milk of Magnesia
(c) Gastric Juice, Lemon Juice, Milk of Magnesia, Blood
(d) Milk of Magnesia, Blood, Gastric Juice, Lemon Juice
Q77: Which of the following statements is CORRECT?

(a) When pH of rain water is less than5.6, it is called acid rain
(b) Tooth enamel, made up of calcium phosphate is the hardest substance in the body
(c) Toothpastes, which are generally basic, for cleaning the teeth can neutralise the excess acid and prevent tooth decay
(d) All the above

Q78: Which of the following is NOT MATCHED?

(a) Tamarind – Methanoic acid
(b) Vinegar – Acetic acid
(c) Tomato – Oxalic acid
(d) Orange – Citric acid

Q79: Main organ/s in the human body where the magnetic field produced is significant

(a) The heart
(b) The brain
(c) Both
(d) None

Q80: Which is CORRECT? The resistance of a conductor

1. Depends directly on its length of a conductor
2.Depends inversely on its area of cross-section of a conductor
3. Depends the material of the conductor
(a) 1 Only
(b) 2 & 3 Only
(c) 1 & 2 only
(d) 1, 2 & 3

Q81: consider following map

NCERT Map Question UPSC CSAT Prelims

(a) Forest & Mountain, Alluvial, Red & Yellow, Laterite
(b) Forest & Mountain, Alluvial, Laterite, Red & Yellow
(c) Forest & Mountain, Alluvial, Black, Red & Yellow
(d) Forest & Mountain, Alluvial, Black, Laterite

Q82: Which of the following statements are CORRECT?

1. India had surpassed America in steel production but was still far behind China
2.Foreign Trade Policy 2015-2020 introduces two new schemes, namely Merchandise Exports from India Scheme (MEIS) and Services Exports from India Scheme (SEIS)
(a) 1 Only
(b) 2 Only
(c) 1 & 2
(d) None

Q83: A: Right environment to be created for excellence in higher education in the country

R: During pre-independence era luminaries brought laurels to India from Indian Universities and after independence laurels to Indians by their work in foreign universities though their foundations were in India.
(a) A & R are CORRECT; R is CORRECT explanation for A
(b) A & R are CORRECT; But, R is not-CORRECT explanation for A
(c) A is CORRECT; But not R
(d) R is CORRECT; But not A

Q84: Which of the following statements are CORRECT?

1. The National Judicial Data Grid presently covering courts under the jurisdiction of 21 out of 24 High Courts
2.The State Government after consultation with the High Court establishes a Family Court for every area of the state consisting of a city or town whose population exceeds twenty lakhs and for other areas in the state as it may deem necessary
(a) 1 Only
(b) 2 Only
(c) 1 & 2
(d) None

Q85: Which of the following statements are CORRECT?

1. Swachh Bharat Mission was launched on October 2, 2014
2.The objective of Swachh Bharat Mission is ensuring cleanliness in all the 4,041 statutory cities and towns of the country by October 2, 2019
3. Swachh Bharat Mission has a targeted construction of household toilets, community toilet seats and public toilet seats besides assisting urban people in solid waste management
(a) 1 Only
(b) 2 & 3 Only
(c) 1 & 2 only
(d) 1, 2 & 3

Q86: Which of the following statements are CORRECT?

1. India has least number of physicians and beds per 10,000 population when comparing other BRIC countries
2.India’s public expenditure on health is meager and fare below other BRIC countries
3. In India 1/5th of the population were only covered under various health insurance schemes
(a) 1 Only
(b) 2 & 3 Only
(c) 1 & 2 only
(d) 1, 2 & 3

Q87: Which is matched?

(a) DHVANI – first indigenous Electronic target for Army

(b) DHRISTI – for measuring runway visibility
(c) Project 75 – to build Scorpene class stealth submarines
(d) All the above

Q88: Lalit Kala Akademi – Which of the following statements are CORRECT?

1. It is the Indian Government’s apex cultural body in the field of visual arts in India
2.The youngest of the three Akademies founded by the Government of India
3. Recently ministry of HRD taken over the management of Lalit Kala Akademi
(a) 1 Only
(b) 2 & 3 Only
(c) 1 & 2 only
(d) 1, 2 & 3
Q89: Law Commission of India Submits its Report on Leprosy Laws. Key aspects include

1. Measures against discrimination 2. Land Rights
3. Right to Freedom of Movement 4. Concessions during treatment
(a) 1 & 2 Only
(b) 2 & 3 Only
(c) 3 & 4 only
(d) 1, 2, 3 & 4

Q90: Which of the following statements are CORRECT?

1. India is a founder Member of the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), an intergovernmental organization that supports countries in their transition to a sustainable energy future
2.This year UNESCO is celebrating 70th anniversary
3. There is no empirical evidence that the death penalty deters crime and there are advocates moving away from the punishment
4. Only five States now execute more than 25 people a year – China, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, the United States
(a) 1 & 2 Only
(b) 2 & 3 Only
(c) 3 & 4 only
(d) 1, 2, 3 & 4

Q91: In the Constituent Assembly of India of which of the following Indian States had maximum representation

(a) Travancore
(b) Mysore
(c) Gwalior
(d) Jaipur

Q92: There are many natural materials which indicate the presence of acid or base in a solution. Which are they?

(a) Red cabbage leaves
(b) Turmeric
(c) Hydrangea, Petunia and Geranium
(d) All the above

Q93: The process of photosynthesis, in this

1. Following steps need to take place one after the other immediately
2.There is absorption of light energy by chlorophyll
3. Splitting of water molecules into hydrogen and oxygen
4. Reduction of carbon dioxide to carbohydrates
(a) 1 Only
(b) 3 Only
(c) 4 only
(d) None

Q94: All sensory information from our environment is transmitted in a particular process. Which is CORRECT?

(a) Dendritic tipàcell bodyàsynapseàaxon
(b) Dendritic tipàcell bodyàaxonàsynapse
(c) Cell bodyàsynapseàaxonàDendritic tip
(d) DendriteàaxonàsynapseàCell body

Q95: Which is NOT part of Female Reproductive System?

(a) Ovaries
(b) Fallopian tube
(c) Testosterone
(d) Uterus

Q96: Which of the following NOT substantiate usage of pipeline transport network?

(a) Running costs are minimal
(b) Solids can also be transported through a pipeline when converted into slurry
(c) Initial cost of laying pipelines is low
(d) It rules out trans-shipment losses or delays
Q97: Statement I: In the early years, the cotton textile industry was concentrated in the cotton growing belt of Maharashtra and Gujarat

Statement II: India has world class production in spinning, but weaving supplies low quality of fabric as it cannot use much of the high quality yarn produced in the country.
(a) Statement I & Statement II are CORRECT; Statement II is CORRECT explanation for Statement I
(b) Statement I & Statement II are CORRECT; But, Statement II is not explanation for Statement I
(c) Statement I is CORRECT; But not Statement II
(d) Statement II is CORRECT; But not Statement I

Q98: Which of the following is NOT a placer deposit?

(a) Silver
(b) Tin
(c) Platinum
(d) None

Q99: Non- Match in the following primitive form of cultivation

(a) Dahiya – Madhya Pradesh
(b) Bringa – Orissa
(c) Kuruwa – Kerala
(d) Valre – Rajasthan

Q100: Which of the following is NOT true?

(a) High amount of freshwater occurs as ice sheets and comparatively less per cent is stored as groundwater in the world’s aquifers
(b) Krishna-Godavari dispute is regarding the diversion of more water at Koyna by the Karnataka government for a multipurpose project
(c)India receives nearly 4 per cent of the global precipitation and ranks very low in the world in terms of water availability per person per annum
(d) Roof top rain water harvesting is the most common practice in Shillong, Meghalaya


NCERTMock test Answerkey

Selected hints
3. II. Warm Climate
4. North
5.7:30 PM
7. 1.Northern
Hemisphere, 2. 3rd
9. a. Europe
11. UK – 1928 and US 1920
18. 1. Pandyas
19. 1. Buddha Image
27. Like Venus, Uranus rotates east to west
28. Most comfortable distance: 25 CM
35. Cell wall – Plant cell
36. Co2 Heavier
38. Polyester NOT wrinkled easily
39.1. From also Fungi
41. 4. Dengue
42. b. Air
45. PVC – Thermoplastics
46. Phosphorous – Non Metal
52. 15th Lok Sabha also
58.C.Gandhian Philosophy
63. 2. Clayey
73. b. Sea also
78. a. Tartaric acid
84. 2. 10 lakhs
88. 3. Culture
93. 1. Steps need NOT immediately
96. C. cost high
99. C. Jharkhand
100. b. Maharashtra

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