DO NOT OPEN THIS TEST BOOKLET UNTIL YOU ARE ASKED TO DO SOT.B.C.: P–DTQ-M-DA                                              ...
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GS(General Studies) Test Series 1
GS(General Studies) Test Series 1
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GS(General Studies) Test Series 1
GS(General Studies) Test Series 1
GS(General Studies) Test Series 1
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GS(General Studies) Test Series 1
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  1. 1. DO NOT OPEN THIS TEST BOOKLET UNTIL YOU ARE ASKED TO DO SOT.B.C.: P–DTQ-M-DA Test Booklet SeriesSerial No.-------------------- VVR UNLIMITED GENERAL STUDIES TESTS TEST BOOKLET A PAPER – ITime Allowed: Two Hours Maximum Marks: 200 INSTRUCTIONS 1. IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE EXAMINATION, YOU SHOULD CHECK THAT THIS TEST BOOKLET DOES NOT HAVE ANY UNPRINTED OR TORN OR MISSING PAGES OR ITEMS, ETC. IF SO, GET IT REPLACED BY A COMPLETE TEST BOOKLET 2. ENCODE CLEARLY THE TEST BOOKLET SERIES A, B, C OR D AS THE CASE MAY BE IN THE APPRO- PRIATE PLACE IN THE ANSWER SHEET. 3. You have to enter your Roll Number on the Test Booklet in the Box provided alongside. DO NOT write anything else on the Test Booklet. 4. This Test Booklet contains 100 items (questions). Each item is printed both in Hindi and English. Each item comprises four responses (answers.) You will select the response which you want to mark on the Answer Sheet. In case you feel that there is more than one correct response, mark the response which you consider the best. In any case, choose ONLY ONE response for each item. 5. You have to mark all your responses ONLY on the separate Answer Sheet provided. See directions in the Answer Sheet. 6. All items carry equal marks. 7. Before you proceed to mark in the Answer Sheet the response to various items in the Test Booklet, you have to fill in some particulars in the Answer Sheet as per instructions sent to you with your Admission Certificate. 8. After you have completed filling in all your responses on the Answer Sheet and the examination has concluded, you should hand over to the Invigilator only thes Answer Sheet You are permitted to take away with you the Test Booklet. 9. Sheets for rough work are appended in the Test Booklet at the end. 10. Penalty for wrong answers: (i) There are four alternatives for the answer to every question. For each question for which a wrong answer has been given by the candidate, on-third of the marks assigned to that question willbe deducted as penality. (ii) If a condidate gives more than one answer, it will be treated as a wrong answer even if one of the given answers happens to be correct and there will be same penalty as above to that questions. (iii) If a question is left blank, i.e, no answer is given by the candidate, there will be no penalty for that question. DO NOT OPEN THIS TEST BOOKLET UNTIL YOU ARE ASKED TO DO SO è;ku nsa% vuqnskksa dk fgUnh :ikarj bl iqfLrdk ds fiNys i`"B ij Nik gSA
  2. 2. GS UNLIMITED (GST-1) (30-12-2012)1. Which of the following factors are correct in Identify the correct option growth of food producing economy in Ancient (a) X is more efficient than Z in utilization of resources India? (b) Y has improved its efficiency in 2011 compared to 2010 (1) The crucial role of iron implements in clearing (c) Z has improved its efficiency in 2011 compared the thick vegetation cover of the Ganga Plains to 2010 from about 600 B.C. onwards. Cereals like rice, (d) X has improved its efficiency in 2011 compared to 2010 barley, wheat and millets were produced over 4. Match the List-I with the List-II. the wider areas of land. List-I List-II A. 1909 Act 1. Separate representation (2) Buddhists insisted on the protection of cattle for Muslims and Suttanipata clearly states that they should B. 1892 Act 2. Debate and discuss the not be slaughtered because they constituted a Budget. source of grain and strength. Thus the C. 1935 Act 3. Bi-cameral legislative at preservation of cattle wealth for agricultural the centre purposes was encouraged D. 1858 Act 4. Secretary of state post (3) The beginning of paddy transplantation. was established. (4) The rice producing economy was supplemented A B C D by domestication and hunting of animals. This (a) 1 2 3 4 was another major means of their economic life (b) 2 1 3 4 and the source of livelihood. Archaeologists (c) 1 2 4 3 have recovered large number of bones of cattle, (d) 3 1 4 2 sheep, goat, horses and pigs from the number 5. Match List-I and List-II & correct the answer: of archaeological sites. Thus, the animals were List-I List-II not only used for draught and the plough of 1. Concurrent List A. U.S. fields but a section of the society was also Constitution probably non-vegetarian 2. Presidential Election B. Canada Choose the correct option: Constitution (a) 1,2 only (b) 1,3,4 only 3. Advisory Jurisdiction C. Australia of Supreme Court Constitution (c) 1,2,3,4 (d) 2,3,4 only 4. Preamble D. Ireland2. The issue of doing away with subsidies has been gaining Constitution a lot of currency lately. Why do you think subsidies are Code: such a problem in India? A B C D (a) Due to huge population,the amount to subsidies (a) 4 3 1 2 is massive and far exceeds the limit of (b) 4 1 3 2 Government treasury. (c) 1 2 3 4 (b) Net National Product at Factor cost has (d) 2 3 4 1 decreased due to large subsidies. 6. The “Doctrine of Immunity of Instrumentalities” refers to : (c) Due to ineffective targeting the subsidies are (a) The immunity enjoyed by the Election not effective Commission through Constitutional provisions. (d) Subsidies have led to Balance of Payments crisis (b) The administrative Relations between the3. The ICOR(Incremental Capital Output Ratio) of Center and the states in a federal Set-up. different entities in given below (c) The financial Relations between the center and Z: 10 (2011) ; 12 (2010) the federating units in a Quasi-federal structure. Y: 2 (2011) ; 1 (2010) (d) The Independence being enjoyed by CAG X: 40 (2011) ; 40 (2010) through Constitutional provisions. VVRAN INSTITUTE FOR IAS EXAMINATION H. O: 25/8, Old Rajender Nagar Market, Delhi-60. B. O.: 105-106, Top Floor, Mukherjee Tower, Mukherjee Nagar, Delhi-9 Website:www.vvrias.com || Email:vvrias@gmail.com Ph:.011-45629987, 09999329111, 09999197625Copyright material not to be re-produced
  3. 3. GS UNLIMITED (GST-1) (30-12-2012)1. izkphu Hkkjr esa [kk|kUu vk/kfjr vFkZO;oLFkk ds fodkl (a) lalk/uksa ds iz;ksx esa X, Z dh vis{kk vfèkd n{k gSA ds lanHkZ esa fopkj djs%& (b) 2010 dh vis{kk 2011 esa Y dh n{krk c<+h gSA (1) yxHkx 600 bZlk iwoZ ykSg midj.kksa ds mi;ksx ls xaxk (c) 2010 dh vis{kk 2011 esa Z dh n{krk c<+h gSA ?kkVh ds eSnkuksa esa ?kuh ouLifr;ksa dks lkiQ dj pkoy (d) 2011 esa 2010 dh vis{kk X us viuh {kerk tkS xsgaw ,oa cktjk dk mRiknu lEHko gks ik;kA c<+k;hA (2) ckS¼ksa us izeq[k :i ls ikqvksa ds laj{k.k ij è;ku 4. lwph&1 dks lwph&2 ls feyk;s fn;k ,oa lqruhikr us Hkh ;g Li"V :i ls dgk lwph&1 lwph&2 fd ikqvksa dk o/ lEiw.kZ :i ls izfrcaf/r fd;k A 1909 ,sDV 1- eqfLyeksa ds fy;s vyx izfrfuf/Ro tkuk pkfg;s D;ksafd ;s vukt ,oa cy ds izeq[k B 1982 ,sDV 2- ctV ij cgl dk izko/ku lzksr gSA vr% ikq/u dk Ñf"k dk;Z gsrq mi;ksx C 1935 ,sDV 3- dsUnz esa f}lnuh; O;oLFkk izksRlkfgr fd;k x;kA D 1858 ,sDV 4- jkT; lfpo dk in (3) pkoy ds izfrjksi.k dk izkjEHk gqvkA A B C D (4) [kk|kUu ds :i esa pkoy ij vk/kfjr vFkZO;oLFkk (a) 1 2 3 4 dks ikqikyu ,oa fkdkj us izksRlkfgr fd;kA blus mudh vkfFkZd ,oa lkekftd O;oLFkk dks mUur (b) 2 1 3 4 fd;k ,oa thfodk ds lk/uksa dk fuekZ.k fd;kA (c) 1 2 4 3 bfrgkldkjksa dks bl lH;rk ds izeq[k iqjkrkfRod (d) 3 1 4 2 LFkkuksa ls xk;] HksM+] cdjh] ?kksM+ksa ,oa lwvjksa ds 5. fuEufyf[kr lwph dk feyku djsa& vfLFk voks"k izkIr gq, gSA vr% lekt izeq[k :i lwph&1 lwph&2 ls kkdkgkjh Fkk ,oa ikq/u dsoy [ksrksa dh tqrkbZ 1- leorhZ lwph A. USAlafo/ku rd lhfer ugha Fkk cfYd lekt dk vg~e Hkkx Hkh FksA 2- jk"Vªifr pqukoh B. dukMk lafo/ku mijksDr esa ls D;k lgh gS 3- mPpre U;k;ky; C. vkWLVªfy;k lafoèkku s (a) 1,2 dsoy (b) 1,3,4 dsoy dh ijkekZnk=kh kfDr (c) 1,2,3,4 (d) 2,3,4 dsoy 4- mísfkdk D. vk;jyS.M lafo/ku2. lfClMh dk eqík lelkef;dh :i ls ppkZ esa gS lfClMh A B C D Hkkjr esa ,slh leL;k D;ksa gS%& (a) 4 3 1 2 (a) tula[;k ds cM+s vkdkj ds dkj.k lfClMh dh (b) 4 1 3 2 ek=kk vf/d gS tks ljdkj ds jktdks"kh; {kerk ls (c) 1 2 3 4 vf/d gSA (d) 2 3 4 1 (b) lk/u ykxr ij kq¼ jk"Vªh; mRikn vf/d lfClMh 6. lk/dks dh izfrj{kk dk fl¼kar fuEu esa ls D;k crkrk gS& ds dkj.k ?kVk gSA (a) fuokZpu vk;ksx ds }kjk lafo/ku ls fofHkUu laoS/ (c) lfClMh dks ?kVkus ds fy;s fd;s x;s iz;kl izHkkoh kfud izko/kuksa ls izfrj{kk ugha jgsA (b) fdlh Hkh la?kh; O;oLFkk esa dsUnz jkT;ksa ds chp (d) blds dkj.k Hkqxrku laryu dk ladV mRiUu gqvkA q izkklfud laca/3. o`f¼ eku iwath mRikn vuqikr ds lanHkZ esa uhps fn;s x;s (c) fdlh v¼Zifjla?kkRed O;oLFkk esa la?k ,oa jkT;ksa rF;ksa ij fopkj djrs gq;s lgh fodYi pqusa& Z: 10 (2011) : 12 (2010) ds eè; foÙkh; laca/ Y: 02 (2011) : 01 (2010) (d) lafo/kfud izko/kuksa ds vk/kj ij CAG }kjk X: 40 (2011) : 40 (2010) izkIr dh x;h Lora=krkA H. O: 25/8, Old Rajender Nagar Market, Delhi-60. B. O.: 105-106, Top Floor, Mukherjee Tower, Mukherjee Nagar, Delhi-9 Website:www.vvrias.com || Email:vvrias@gmail.com Ph:.011-45629987, 09999329111, 09999197625 VVR AN INSTITUTE FOR IAS EXAMINATION Copyright material not to be re-produced
  4. 4. GS UNLIMITED (GST-1) (30-12-2012)7. Consider the following statements: 12. Indian Meteorological Department on its 137th 1. Tsunamis can be measured using a sophisticated foundation day (15 January 2012), installed C-Band and complex mechanism called as DART Polarimetric Doppler Radar system at Mausam 2. The most Tsunami prone area of the world is Bhawan, New Delhi. situated at the convergence of the Indian and Consider the following statements: pacific Ocean. (1) It works in the microwave range of spectrum 3. In Indian Ocean the most advanced BPB recorders (2) Doppler radars are used in aviation, sounding are used because the Tsunami waves in this area satellites, meteorology, police speed guns, used because the Tsunami waves in this area have radiology, and bistatic radar (surface to air missile) very large amplitude and very small wavelength. (3) It uses the Doppler effect which is an Which of the above are correct? established chemical phenomenon (a) 1& 2 (b) 1& 3 Choose the correct option: (c) 1,2 & 3 (d) Only 1 (a) 1,2,3 are correct8. Which is correct in relation to tides? (b) 1 and 2 are correct (a) Spring tides are created due to gravitational pull (c) Only 1 is correct of the moon only. (d) 2,3 are correct (b) Neap tides are created due to Opposing effects 13. The following Committees recently submitted their of the gravitational pull of Sun and moon recommendation to concerned authorities. Match the (c) Neap tides are created due to gravitational pull names with their relevant mandates. of Sun and Moon Column 1 (d) At the formation of Spring tide Sun, Moon and (A) Justice Dharmadhikari Committee earth are placed at a right angle (B) Cabinet Committee on Security9. Consider the following (C) G.N. Bajpai Committee (1) Catalytic converter (D) C R Sundaramurti Committee (2) Tall Chimneys Column 2 (3) Fig tree (1) Review of New Pension Scheme (NPS) (2) Air India Merger (4) Celluose micron filters. (3) Setting up of NCTC Which of the above will help in reduction of (4) Overhaul of government accounting norms atmospheric pollution Choose the correct option: (a) 1 & 2 only (b) 1, 3 & 4 A B C D (c) 1, 2 & 3 (d) All of the above (a) 2 3 4 110. Deforestation is major causal agent of (b) 1 3 2 4 (a) Increased sunlight (c) 3 4 2 1 (b) Increased grazegrazing area (d) 2 3 1 4 (c) Weed control 14. The North East Rural Livelihoods Project (NERLP) (d) Soil erosion will enhance the livelihoods of the rural poor,11. Consider the following green house gases especially women, unemployed youth and the (1) CO2 (2) NO2 severely disadvantaged districts in (3) CH4 Mizoram,Nagaland, Sikkim , Tripura. Which one of the above would be the immediate Which of the following is incorrect regarding cause of Rice fields? NERLP? (a) Only 3 (b) 1 & 2 (a) The Government of India and the World Bank (c) 2 & 3 (d) 1,2 & 3 on 20 January 2012 signed an IDA credit of VVRAN INSTITUTE FOR IAS EXAMINATION H. O: 25/8, Old Rajender Nagar Market, Delhi-60. B. O.: 105-106, Top Floor, Mukherjee Tower, Mukherjee Nagar, Delhi-9 Website:www.vvrias.com || Email:vvrias@gmail.com Ph:.011-45629987, 09999329111, 09999197625Copyright material not to be re-produced
  5. 5. GS UNLIMITED (GST-1) (30-12-2012)7. fuEu okD;ksa ij è;ku nhft,& 12. Hkkjrh; ekSle foHkkx }kjk 15 tuojh] 2012 ij blds 1- lqukeh dks DART uked tfVy izfØ;k ds }kjk 137osa LFkkiuk fnol ij ekSle Hkou] ubZ fnYyh esa ekik tkrk gSA C&cSaM /zqoh; MkWIyj jkMkj dh LFkkiuk dh gSA bl lanHkZ 2- foo ds izeq[k lqukeh ls izHkkfor gksus okys {ks=k esa fuEu ij fopkj dhft,A fgUn egklkxj ,oa izkkar egklkxj ds laxe ij 1- ;g ekbØksoso LisDVªe lhek ij dk;Z djrk gS mifLFkr gSaA 2- MkIyj jkMkj dk mi;ksx mM~M;u mixzgks] ekSle 3- fgUn egklkxj esa lcls mUur BPB Recorder foKku] iqfyl LihMxu] jsfM;ks foKku vkSj cSfyfLVd yxk;s x;s gSa D;ksafd bl {ks=k esa lqukeh dh ygjksa jkMkj ds :i es fd;k tkrk gSA dk vk;ke vf/d vkSj rjaxnSè;Z de gksrk gSA 3- ;g MkIyj izHkko dk mi;ksx djrk gS tks fd ,d mijksDr esa ls D;k lgh gS izpfyr jlk;fud izfØ;k gSA (a) 1 vkSj 2 (b) 1 vkSj 3 mijksDr esa ls D;k lgh gS (c) 1] 2 vkSj 3 (d) dsoy 18. TokjHkkVk ds lanHkZ esa fuEu ij fopkj dhft,& (a) 1] 2 vkSj 3 (b) 1 vkSj 2 (a) o`gr TokjHkkVk dk fuekZ.k dsoy panzek ds (c) dsoy 1 (d) 2 vkSj 3 xq#Rokd"kZ.k cy ds }kjk gksrk gSA 13. gky gh esa fuEu lfefr us viuh fjiksVZ mPp vfèkdkfj;ksa (b) y?kq TokjHkkVs dk fuekZ.k panzek vkSj lw;Z ds foifjr dks izLrr dh gSA mDr lanHkZ esa feyku djksA xq#Rokd"kZ.k cy ds }kjk gksrk gSA dkWye & 1 (c) y?kq TokjHkkVs dk fuekZ.k lw;Z ,oa panzek ds la;qDr A. tfLVl /ekZf/dkjh lfefr xq#Rokd"kZ.k cy ds }kjk gksrk gSA B. j{kk ij dSfcusV lfefr (d) o`gr TokjHkkVs ds fuekZ.k ds le; lw;Z vkSj panz C. G.N. oktis;h lfefr vkSj i`Foh ledks.kh; fLFkfr ij jgrs gSA D. lh-vkj- lqUnje ewfrZ lfefr9. fuEu ij fopkj dhft, dkWye & 2 1- dSVsfyfVd duoZVj 2- yach fpeuh (i) uohu isaku ;kstuk dk voyksdu 3- fiQx dk isM+ 4- lsY;qyksl ekbØksu fiQYVj (ii) ,;j bafM;k dk foy; mijksDr esa ls dkSu&dkSu ok;q iznw"k.k de djus esa (iii) NCTC dh LFkkiuk lgk;rk djsaxsA (iv) Hkkjr ljdkj dh ys[kk ekU;rkvks dh tkap (a) dsoy 1 vkSj 2 (b) 1] 3 vkSj 4 dwV% (c) 1] 2 vkSj 3 (d) mijksDr esa ls lHkh A B C D10. ouksUewyu fuEu esa ls fdl dk izeq[k dkjd gS (a) 2 3 4 1 (a) lw;Zizdkk esa c<+ksrjh (b) 1 3 2 4 (c) 3 4 2 1 (b) ikqpkj.k {ks=kksa esa c<+ksrjh (d) 2 3 1 4 (c) [kjirokj fu;a=k.k 14. iwoksÙkj xzkeh.k vkthfodk dk;ZØe (NERLP) dk fØ;kaou Z (d) e`nk vijnu fetksje] ukxkyS.M] flfDde vkSj f=kiqjk ds fiNM+s ftyksa11. fuEu gfjr izHkko xSalksa ij fopkj dhft,& esa xzkeh.k fu/Zu foks"kr;% efgykvksa vkSj csjkstxkj ;qokvksa 1- CO2 2- NO2 ds mRFkku ds fy, fd;k x;k gS fuEu esa ls NERLP ds 3- CH4 mijksDr esa ls D;k pkoy ds [ksrksa ds rRdkfyd izHkkoksa esa ls gSA lanHkZ esa D;k lgh ugha gS& (a) dsoy 3 (b) 1 vkSj 2 (a) Hkkjr ljdkj ,oa foo cSad ds eè; 20 tuojh (c) 2 vkSj 3 (d) 1] 2 vkSj 3 2012 dks 130 fefy;u US MkWyj dh IDA ½.k H. O: 25/8, Old Rajender Nagar Market, Delhi-60. B. O.: 105-106, Top Floor, Mukherjee Tower, Mukherjee Nagar, Delhi-9 Website:www.vvrias.com || Email:vvrias@gmail.com Ph:.011-45629987, 09999329111, 09999197625 VVR AN INSTITUTE FOR IAS EXAMINATION Copyright material not to be re-produced
  6. 6. GS UNLIMITED (GST-1) (30-12-2012) 130 million US dollars to finance the project Choose the correct option: called NERLP (North East Rural Livelihoods (a) Only 1 is correct Project), to empower rural communities in the (b) Only 2 is correct growth-deficient North East (NE) region to (c) Both 1 and 2 are correct improve their livelihood opportunities. (d) Neither 1 or 2 are correct (b) The Project seeks to develop an institutional 17. In light of recent spate of cases in sports related to DOPING, consider the below given statements: platform for the communities, which will help (1) The use of banned performance-enhancing drugs them link up with the private sector, public in sport is commonly referred to as Doping sector, and civil society and to acquire the (2) The National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA) is institutional, technical, and financial capacity the national organization responsible for needed for improving their livelihoods. promoting, coordinating, and monitoring the (c) The NERLP project is unique in the sense that doping control programme in sports in all its it has been envisaged as the first PPP welfare forms in the country scheme of Government of India (3) Increasing Red Blood Cells artificially (d) The Project comprises four main components constitutes a form of doping viz. Social Empowerment; Economic (4) The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), is Empowerment; Partnership Development and an independent foundation created through a Project Management. collective initiative led by the International15. Which of the following information cannot be Olympic Committee (IOC). accessed by a layman under RTI Act, 2005 under (5) Recently Lance Armstrong was stripped of his any and all circumstances? Titles due to his involvement in doping. (1) Information, disclosure of which would Choose the correct option: prejudicially affect the sovereignty and integrity (a) 1,2,3 and5 (b) 1,3,4, and 5 of India, the security, strategic, scientific or (c) 1,2,4 and 5 (d) 1,2,3,4 and 5 economic interests of the State, relation with 18. With regards to the recent order of Indian Patents foreign State or lead to incitement of an offence; Office to allow indigenous manufacture of the drug (2) Information under Official Secrets Act,1923 Nexavar , consider the following statements and choose the correct option: Choose the correct option: (1) Nexavar is also known as Sorafenib Tosylate (a) Only 1 is correct (2) The action has been carried out under The (b) Only 2 is correct Indian Patents Act 1970 (c) Both a and 2 are correct (3) The action is in gross violation of WTO and (d) Neither 1 or 2 are correct TRIPS rules16. Very recently the Cabinet gave its approval for The correct option(s) are: registering National Centre for Cold Chain (a) Only 1 (b) Only 1 and 2 Development, NCCD. Consider the below mentioned (c) 1,2 and 3 (d) Only 1 and 3 statements in this regard: 19. The Planning Commission recently gave the green (1) India is the second largest producer of signal for schemes and projects in Majuli. worth horticultural commodities in the world. Rs. 116 Crores. Consider the statements and choose However, a significant portion of the produce, the correct answer: particularly perishables like fruits, vegetables, (1) Majuli is the largest river Island in the world flowers go waste due to post harvest losses. This (2) The schemes and projects are to ensure the has been initiated primarily due to huge wastage social and economic development of the people in Indian horticultural industry due to lack of of the Island who are periodically displaced and cold storage facilities ruined by seasonal Floods (2) The Prime Minister will be the chairman of NCCD (3) The Island is in River Ganga VVRAN INSTITUTE FOR IAS EXAMINATION H. O: 25/8, Old Rajender Nagar Market, Delhi-60. B. O.: 105-106, Top Floor, Mukherjee Tower, Mukherjee Nagar, Delhi-9 Website:www.vvrias.com || Email:vvrias@gmail.com Ph:.011-45629987, 09999329111, 09999197625Copyright material not to be re-produced
  7. 7. GS UNLIMITED (GST-1) (30-12-2012) ;kstuk gLrk{kfjr dh x;h gSA ;g ;kstuk NERLP mijksDr esa ls D;k lgh gS Hkkjr ds fodkl foghu iwoksZÙkj jkT;ksa esa xzkeh.k (a) dsoy 1 (b) dsoy 2 tula[;k dh vkthfodk fLFkfr dks mUur djus gsrq (c) 1 vkSj 2 nksuksa (d) nksuksa esa ls dksbZ ugha mísfkr fd;k x;k gSA 17. lelkef;d :i ls [ksyksa esa Mksafix fookn dk fo"k; jgk (b) bl ;kstuk ds varxZr ,d ,slk lkekftd eap gS bl lanHkZ esa fuEu dFkuksa ij fopkj djsa LFkkfir fd;k tk;sxk tks ;gka ds fuokfl;ksa dks 1- Mksfix dk vFkZ izfrcaf/r {kerk o`f¼ nokbvkas ds futh {ks=kksa] lkoZtfud {ks=kksa vkSj flfoy lkslkbVh lsou ls gSA ls laLFkkxr rduhdh vkSj vkfFkZd ykHk izkIr djus 2- Hkkjr esa jk"Vªh; ,aVh Mksafix ,tsUlh [ksyksa esa gsrq tksM+sxk rkfd budh vkthfodk dk mU;u gks leLr izdkj ds Mksafix dks jksdus okys dk;ZØeksa ldsA ds mU;u leUo; vkSj izca/u ls lacaf/r gSA (c) NERLP ,d fofk"V dk;ZØe gS D;ksafd ;g 3- yky jDr dksfkdkvksa dks Ñf=ke :i ls c<+kus dh Hkkjr ljdkj dh igyh igyh PPP dY;k.kdkjh izfØ;k Hkh Mksfiax ds varxZr vkrh gSA ;kstuk gSA 4- oSfod ,aVh Mksfiax ,tsUlh (WADA) dk xBu (d) bl izktDV ds pkj ize[k ?kVd gS tks fd lkekftd s s q varjkZ"Vªh; vksyafEid desVh (IOC) ds iz;klksa ls mRFkku] vkfFkZd mRFkku] lgHkkfxrk fodkl vkSj gqvk gSA ;kstuk izca/u ls lacaf/r gSA 5- gky gh esa yk¡l vkeZLVªkax dks Mksfiax ls lacaf/r15. lwpuk vf/dkj vf/fu;e 2005 ds varxZr vke vkneh jgus ds dkj.k muds ind muds okil ys fy;s }kjk fuEu esa ls dkSu lh lwpuk dk vfèkxzg.k fdlh Hkh x;s gSaA ifjfLFkfr esa ugh fd;k tk dlrkA mijksDr esa ls D;k lgh gS 1- Hkkjr dh lEizHkqrk vkSj v[k.Mrk] j{kk] ;q¼ dkSky] (a) 1] 2] 3 vkSj 5 (b) 1] 3] 4 vkSj 5 (c) 1] 2] 4 vkSj 5 (d) 1] 2] 3] 4 vkSj 5 oSKkfud vFkok vkfFkZd egRo ls lEcfUèkr dksbZ 18. Hkkjrh; isVsUV dk;kZy; }kjk usDlkokj uked nok ds Hkh lwpukA Lonskh mRiknu ds lanHkZ esa fuEu ij fopkj dhft,& 2- vf/dkfjd xksiuh;rk vf/fu;e 1929 ds varxZr 1- usDlkokj dks lksjkisQfuoVksflysV ds uke ls Hkh vkus okyh dksbZ Hkh lwpukA tkuk tkrk gSA mijksDr esa ls D;k lgh gS 2- ;g fu.kZ; Hkkjrh; isVsUV vf/fu;e 1970 ds (a) dsoy 1 (b) dsoy 2 varxZr fy;k x;k gSA (c) 1 vkSj 2 nksuksa (d) mi;qDr esa ls dksbZ ugha 3- ;g fu.kZ; WTO vkSj TRIPS fu;eksa dk mYya?ku gSA16. gky gh esa dSfcusV us jk"Vªh; dksYM psu fodkl dsUnz dh mijksDr esa D;k lgh gS LFkkiuk dh eatwjh nh gS bl lanHkZ esa fuEu ij fopkj (a) dsoy 1 (b) dsoy 1] 2 dhft;sA (c) 1] 2 vkSj 3 (d) dsoy 1 vkSj 3 1- Hkkjr foo esa ckxokuh ls lacaf/r oLrq dk nwljk 19. gky gh esa ;kstuk vk;ksx us 116 djksM+ #i;s ykxr okyh lcls cM+k mRiknd gSA fiQj Hkh bl mRiknu dk ¶ektqyh ifj;kstuk (Majuli)¸ dh eatjh dks gjh >aMh nh gSA w izeq[k fgLlk tSls kh?kz lM+us okys iQy] lCth] 1- ektqyh unh }hi foo dk lcls cM+k unh }hi gSA vkSj iwQy Ñf"k mijkar gkfu;ksa ds dkj.k cckZn gks 2- ;g ifj;kstuk bl }hi ls le;&le; ij foLFkkfir tkrk gS bldk izeq[k dkj.k Hkkjr esa dksYM LVksjst vkSj ck<+ }kjk izHkkfor gksus okys yksxksa ds lkekftd {kerk dh deh gSA ,oa vkfFkZd fodkl dks lqfufpr djsxhA 2- NCCD ds vè;{k iz/kuea=kh gksaxsA 3- ;g }hi xaxk unh esa fLFkr gSA H. O: 25/8, Old Rajender Nagar Market, Delhi-60. B. O.: 105-106, Top Floor, Mukherjee Tower, Mukherjee Nagar, Delhi-9 Website:www.vvrias.com || Email:vvrias@gmail.com Ph:.011-45629987, 09999329111, 09999197625 VVR AN INSTITUTE FOR IAS EXAMINATION Copyright material not to be re-produced
  8. 8. GS UNLIMITED (GST-1) (30-12-2012) Choose the correct answer: 24. Which of the following were objects of worship for (a) 1,2 and 3 are correct the Indus valley civilization ? (b) 1 and 2 are correct (1) Mother Goddess (c) 1 and 3 are correct (2) Tree Spirits (d) Only 1 is correct (3) Some Mythical Heroes20. The Prime Ministers Office (PMO) has an account or (4) Animal Worship channel on which of the following websites? (5) Mythical Beasts (1) Facebook (2) Twitter Choose the correct option: (3) Youtube (a) 1,3,4,5 only (b) 1,2,3,4 only The correct option(s) are: (c) 1,2,3,4 and 5 (d) 1,2,4 and 5 (a) Only 1 (b) Only 1 and 2 25. Which of the following is a wrong supposition (c) 2 and 3 (d) Only 1 and 3 regarding urbanization in 5th and 6th centuries?21. The decreasing amount, increasing demand and (a) The growth of monastic orders living increasing pollution from the fossil fuels have led us to exclusively on alms and donations, presupposes development of non- conventional fuel. In this regard enough agricultural produce. what are the objectives of Solar Sail Technology? (b) The establishment of sixteen Mahajanapadas (a) To develop a long distant more useful transport along with their capital cities and standing armies services by generating electric current from would not have been possible if agricultural maximum absorption of solar radiation. produce could not sustain non-agriculturists. (b) To develop such vehicles which can photolyse (c) The location of the capital towns of this period water to generate hydrogen, to use it as a fuel having variety of crafts and trades inriver Valleys by maximum absorption of solar radiations with broad flood plains and on main trade routes (c) To develop such space craft which can travel also presupposes some surplus food production long distances in space by gathering maximum (d) There is ample archaeological evidence amount of solar radiation regarding huge urban structures in this period (d) To develop satellites which gather data 26. Consider the following situations: regarding solar activities using non – (1) XYZ Bank was granting loan of Rs 50 for a Conventional fuel security of Rs 100.Then, RBI mandated that22. Consider the following maximum margin of bank should be (a) The lighter gases left behind during the Orbited 25%.Consequently XYZ Bank started granting motion causes the formation of a comets tail loans of Rs 75 against a security of Rs 100 (b) The push generated by the gravitational force (2) RBI issues guidelines to Banks to extend credit & Centrifugal force causes the formation of a to agricultural activities comets tail. (3) RBI increases SLR (c) The presure exerted by the radiations of the sun (4) ABC Bank regularly defaulted on SLR and causes the formation of a comets tail. CRR requirements so RBI charged a penal rate (d) The lack of atmosphere generates a density of interest on ABC Bank dependent separation which causes the Choose the correct option: formation of a comet’s tail. (a) 1,2,3 are selective & qualitative control23. In a light water reactor what is the role of light water measures (a) As a moderator (b) As a coolent (b) Only 3 is qualitative control measure (c) As moderator & coolent both (c) 3 and 4 are quantitative control measure (d) Reduce the pressure of chamber (d) 1, 2, 4 are quantitative control measure VVRAN INSTITUTE FOR IAS EXAMINATION H. O: 25/8, Old Rajender Nagar Market, Delhi-60. B. O.: 105-106, Top Floor, Mukherjee Tower, Mukherjee Nagar, Delhi-9 Website:www.vvrias.com || Email:vvrias@gmail.com Ph:.011-45629987, 09999329111, 09999197625Copyright material not to be re-produced
  9. 9. GS UNLIMITED (GST-1) (30-12-2012) lgh mÙkj dk pquko djsa 24. fuEu esa ls D;k fla/q ?kkVh lH;rk esa iwT; Fkk (a) 1] 2] 3 lgh gS (b) 1 o 2 lgh gS 1- ekr` kfDr 2- izsr vkRek (c) 1 o 3 lgh gS (d) dsoy 1 lgh gS 3- ikSjkf.kd uk;d 4- ikq iwtk20. fuEu esa ls fdl csolkbZV ij PMO dk ,dkmaV gS 5- ikSjkf.kd nkuo (1) Facebook (2) Twitter mijksDr esa D;k lgh gS (3) Youtube (a) 1,3,4,5 dsoy (b) 1,2,3,4 dsoy mijksDr esa ls D;k lgh gS (c) 1,2,3,4 vkSj 5 (d) 1,2,4 vkSj 5 (a) dsoy 1 (b) dsoy 1] 2 25. ikapoh ,oa 6oha krkCnh esa kgjhdj.k ds lanHkZ esa fuEu esa ls (c) 2 vkSj 3 (d) dsoy 1 vkSj 3 D;k lgh ifjdfYir ugha fd;k tk ldrkA21. bZ/u dh ?kVrh ek=kk] c<+rh ekax vkSj c<+rs izn"k.k us gesa u;s a w (a) nku ,oa fHk{kkvksa ij thou;kiu djus okys riLoh ,oa xSj&ijaijkxr ÅtkZ lzkrksa ds vksj vxzlj dj fn;k gS blh s tks ;g eku dj pyrs Fks fd Ñf"k ls mRiUu ds lanHkZ esa vkt lkSj;k=kk rduhd dk mís; D;k gS [kk|kUu i;kZIr gS] dh la[;kvksa esa o`f¼ gqbZ (a) lw;Z ds iQksVksu ,oa fofdj.k dks vf/dre xzfgr dj (b) ;fn Ñf"k ls mRiUu inkFkZ vÑ"kdksa dh lgk;rk blls fo|qr dk fuekZ.k djuk] ftlds mi;ksx ls vf/ ugha djrs rks 16 egktuinksa ds lEiw.kZ lkeF;Z ,oa d mi;ksxh vkSj yach nwjh rd py ldus okyh ifjogu lsuk dk fuekZ.k ugha gks ikrkA lsok dk fodkl djukA (c) bl lH;rk esa fLFkr izeq[k kgj ftuesa dyk ,oa (b) lw;Z ds iQksVksu ds ÅtkZ ls okguksa esa ty ds vi?kVu ls laLÑfr vkSj O;kikj ds izeq[k ekxZ unh ?kkfV;ksa gkbMªktu dk fuekZ.k dj] gkbMªktu bZ/u dk mi;ksx djus s s a vkSj ck<+ ds eSnkuksa ls gksdj xqtjrs Fks] ;g ekudj okys okguksa dk fodkl djukA pyrs Fks fd [kk|kUu mRiknu i;kZIr gS (c) lw;Z ds iQksVksu ,oa fofdj.k dks vf/dre xzfgr (d) bl lH;rk ls lacaf/r o`gr kgjh lajpukvksa ds dj blls yach nwjh rd py ldus okys varfj{k iqjkrkfRod lk{; miyC/ gSA ;ku dk lapkyu djukA 26. fuEu okD;ksa ij è;ku nsa (d) xSj&ijaijkxr ÅtkZ lzksrksa ds mi;ksx ls lw;Z ls 1- fdlh XYZ cSad ds }kjk iwoZ esa 100 #- dh lacaf/r vkadM+s ,df=kr djus gsrq fofk"V mixzgksa izfrHkwfr ij 50#- dk ½.k fn;k tkrk FkkA RBI dk fodkl djukA }kjk funsZfkr fd;k x;k fd cSadksa dh ekftZu dsoy22. fuEu esa ls D;k lgh gS 25» gksxh rnqijkar XYZ cSad ds }kjk 100#- dh (a) d{kh; xfr ds nkSjku ihNs dh vksj pyus okyh gYdh izfrHkwfr ij 75#- dk ½.k fn;k x;kA xSlas fdlh /wedsrq dh iqPN dk fuekZ.k djrh gSA a 2- RBI }kjk ;g funsZfkr fd;k x;k fd cSad Ñf"k (b) xq#Rokd"kZ.k cy ,oa vfHkdsnhz ; cy ds dkj.k mRiUu gq, a lEefyr cy ls /wedsrq dh iqPN dk fuekZ.k gksrk gSA dk;ksZa gsrq ½.k iznku djsaA (c) lw;Z ds fofdj.kksa ds dkj.k mRiUu ncko ls èkwedsrq 3- RBI }kjk SLR esa c<+ksrjh dh x;hA dh iqPN dk fuekZ.k gksrk gSA 4- fdlh ABC cSd }kjk SLR ,oa CRR vko;drkvksa a (d) ok;qeMy dh vuqifLFkfr ds dkj.k ?kuRo ij vkèkkfjr a esa ifjiwfrZ ugha dh x;h ftl dkj.k RBI us ABC i`Fkddj.k /wedsrq dh iqPN dk fuekZ.k gksrk gSA cSd ij dk;ZokgkRed C;kt nj vf/jksfir dhA a23. gYds ty nkc fj,DVj esa gYds ty dk dk;Z gksrk gSA mijksDr ds vuqlkj D;k lgh gS (a) eand ds :i esa (a) 1, 2 ,oa 3 p;ukRed ,oa xq.kkRed fu;a=k.k gS (b) khryd ds :i esa (b) dsoy 3 ,d xq.kkRed fu;a=k.k gSA (c) eand ,oa khryd nksuksa ds :i esa (c) 3 & 4 ,d xq.kkRed fu;a=k.k gSA (d) pSEcj ds nkc dks de djus ds :i esa (d) 1, 2, 4 ,d xq.kkRed fu;a=k.k gSA H. O: 25/8, Old Rajender Nagar Market, Delhi-60. B. O.: 105-106, Top Floor, Mukherjee Tower, Mukherjee Nagar, Delhi-9 Website:www.vvrias.com || Email:vvrias@gmail.com Ph:.011-45629987, 09999329111, 09999197625 VVR AN INSTITUTE FOR IAS EXAMINATION Copyright material not to be re-produced
  10. 10. GS UNLIMITED (GST-1) (30-12-2012)27. Consider the following statements: The variation in temperature ranges in Geo A than 1. Indian citizens who stay abroad for employment Geo B could be because of or for carrying on a Business or vocation or (a) More convection in Geo B than Geo A any other purpose in circumstances indicating (b) More Radiation in Geo A than Geo B an infinite period of stay abroad, is called an (c) More convection in Geo A than Geo B NRI (Non-Resident India). (d) More Radiation in Geo B than Geo A 2. Indian citizens working abroad on assignment 30. Consider the following statements : - with foreign Govt. agencies like UNO, IMF and 1) The President should, within five years from World Bank are not considered NRIs. the inauguration of the Constitutions and 3. The OCI “Overseas Citizen of India” card is thereafter on the expiry of every fifth year or at similar to a PIO (Persons of Indian Origin) card such earlier intervals as he thinks necessary, except that PIO cards are not granted for life constitute a Finance commission. and PIO holders are required to register with 2) The commission will consist of a chairmain and police / immigration authorities under certain four other members who are all appointed by circumstances. the President. 4. Officials of central and state Govt. and PSU 3) Finance Commission can recommend the employee deputed abroad on temporary principles which should govern the Grant-in- Aid of the revenues of the states out of the assignment are not considered NRIs. consolidated fund of India. Which of the following is/are correct: Which of the following is/are correct with (a) 1 only (b) 2, & 3 only regard to Finance Commission of India. (c) 1 & 3 only (d) 1, 2 & 3 only (a) 1 only (b) 1 and 2 only28. Study the following and choose the correct option. (c) 2 and 3 (d) 1,2 and 3 A. First schedule 1. National Language 31. Consider the following: B. 2nd schedule 2. No. of seats allotted to 1. The Indian Independence Act abolished the various states & UTs in sovereignty & responsibility of the British Parliament. Rajya Sabha. 2. The Independence Act, 1947 conceded the C. Fourth schedule 3. Emoluments, allowances, Governor – General and Provincial Governors privileges of the president to act as constitutional Heads. and governors etc. 3. Govt. of India was known as ‘Dominion’ and D. Eight schedule 4. Name and Territorial Pakistan became a full-fledged independent Nation. extent of states & UTS. 4. Both Indian and Pakistan derived their authority Code: from British Isles till their constitution were made. A B C D Which of the followings is/are correct with regard (a) 1 2 3 4 to India’s Independence Act? (b) 2 1 3 4 (a) 1 only (b) 1 and 2 only (c) 4 3 2 1 (c) 2, 3 and 4 only (d) 2 and 3 only (d) 3 4 2 1 32. Which of the following is / are correct29. Consider the following data regarding six month (1) There are high pressure belts at 30 – 350 longitudes average temperature ranges in two geographical areas (2) Because of the low coriolis forces a high Month Month Month Month Month Month pressure belt is created at the sub polar 1 2 3 4 5 6 temperate regions. Geo A Temp Max (0C) 42 38 32 17 22 16 (3) The thunderstorms are created due to the Temp Min. (0C) 28 23 16 15 12 08 unstability of the cold and humid air currents Geo B of the upper atmosphere. Temp Max (0C) 10 11 10 11 12 15 (4) The fog is created due to the condensation of Temp Min. (0C) 08 09 07 08 09 10 the unstable & relatively hot air currents. VVRAN INSTITUTE FOR IAS EXAMINATION H. O: 25/8, Old Rajender Nagar Market, Delhi-60. B. O.: 105-106, Top Floor, Mukherjee Tower, Mukherjee Nagar, Delhi-9 Website:www.vvrias.com || Email:vvrias@gmail.com Ph:.011-45629987, 09999329111, 09999197625Copyright material not to be re-produced
  11. 11. GS UNLIMITED (GST-1) (30-12-2012)27. fuEu okD;ksa ij fopkj djsa& mijksDr HkkSxksfyd {ks=k Geo A vkSj Geo B esa mRiUu 1- dksbZ Hkh Hkkjrh; ukxfjd tks thfodksiktZu gsr]q fdlh rkikarj dk izeq[k dkj.k D;k gS O;kikj gsrq vFkok fdlh vksj mís; dh iwfrZ gsrq fonskksa (a) Geo B esa Geo A dh vis{kk vf/d laogu esa vfufpr le; rd jgrk gS NRI dgykrk gSA (b) Geo A esa Geo B dh vis{kk vf/d fodj.k 2- ,sls Hkkjrh; kkldh; vf/dkjh tks fd Hkkjrh; (c) Geo A esa Geo B dh vis{kk vf/d laogu ukxfjd gS varjkZ"Vªh; laxBuksa tSls UNO, IMF (d) Geo B esa Geo A dh vis{kk vf/d fodj.k vFkok World Bank esa dk;Z djus gsrq fonskksa esa 30. fuEu dFkuksa ij fopkj djsa& fuokl djrs gSa NRI ugha dgykrs 1- jk"Vªifr ds }kjk lafo/ku ds vkjEHk ls ikap o"kZ 3- OCI dkMZ vkSj PIO dkMZ yxHkx leku gksrs gSa dh lekfIr vFkok mlls iwoZ tks mls lgh yxs foÙk fdar] PIO dkMZ /kjdksa dks vkthou ugha fn;k tkrk q vk;ksx dk xBu fd;k tk;sxkA ,oa PIO dkMZ /kjdks dks iqfyl vFkok izotZu vf/ 2- vk;ksx dk xBu jk"Vªifr ds }kjk p;fur ,d dkfj;ksa dks le;&le; ij lwpuk nsuh iM+rh gSA vè;{k ,oa pkj lnL;ksa }kjk fd;k tkrk gSA 4- dsUnzh;] jkT; vFkok PSU laLFkkvksa esa dk;Z djus okys ,sls 3- foÙk vk;ksx }kjk jkT;ksa dks Hkkjr dh lafpr fufèk vf/dkjh tks fonskksa esa fu;qDr gS] NRI ugha dgykrs gSA a ds fofHkUu jktLoksa ls vuqnku ds vkaoVu dh mijksDr esa ls D;k lgh gS LohÑfr iznku dh tkrh gSA (a) dsoy 1 (b) dsoy 2] 3 foÙk vk;ksx ds lanHkZ esa mijksDr esa ls D;k lgh gS (c) dsoy 1 vkSj 3 (d) dsoy 1] 2 vkSj 3 (a) dsoy 1 (b) dsoy 1vkSj 228. fuEu lwph dk feyku djks (c) dsoy 2 vkSj 3 (d) 1] 2 vkSj 3 A. izFke vuqlwph 1- Hkk"kk 31. fuEu dFkuksa ij fopkj djsa B. nwljh vuqlwph 2- jkT; lHkk esa fofHkUu 1- Hkkjrh; Lora=krk vf/fu;e us fczfVk lEizHkqrk ,oa jkT;ksa ,oa dsanz kkflr nkf;Ro dks lekIr fd;k iznkksa dh lhVksa dk vkoaVu s 2- Hkkjrh; Lora=krk vf/fu;e 1947 }kjk xoZuj tujy rFkk C. vkBoha vuqlwph 3- jk"Vªifr ,oa jkT;ikyksa izkrh; xoZuj dks lao/kfud ize[k ds :i esa Lohdkj fd;kA a S q dks nh;s tkuh okyh HkÙks 3- Hkkjr ljdkj dks Mks f efu;u rFkk ikfdLrku D. pkSFkh vuqlwph 4- la?k o jkT; {ks=kska dk dks ,d iw . kZ Lora = k jkT; dk ntkZ feyk uke o foLrkj 4- Hkkjr o ikfdLrku nksuksa us lafo/ku cuus rd dwV% fczVsu ls funsZfkr gksuk Lohdkj fd;kA A B C D fuEu esa ls dkSu lk dFku lgh gS (a) 1 2 3 4 (b) 2 1 3 4 (a) dsoy 1 (b) dsoy 1] 2 (c) 4 3 2 1 (c) dsoy 2] 3 (d) 2 vkSj 3 (d) 3 4 2 1 32. fuEu esa ls D;k lgh gS29. fdUgha nks HkkSxksfyd {ks=kksa ds vkSlr rkikarj ds lanHkZ esa 1- 30&350 nskkarj ij mPpnkc okys csYV ik;s tkrs gSA a fuEu vkadM+ksa ij è;ku nhft, 2- mi/qohZ; khrks".k dfVca/h; {ks=kksa esa dksfj;ksfyl cy dh Month Month Month Month Month Month 1 2 3 4 5 6 deh ds dkj.k mPpnkc okys csYV curs gSA a Geo A 3- es?kxtZu o`f"V Åijh ok;qeMy esa mifLFkr vfLFkj a Temp Max (0C) 42 38 32 17 22 16 Temp Min. (0C) 28 23 16 15 12 08 BaMh ,oa vknZz ok;q ds dkj.k mRiUu gksrs gSA a Geo B Temp Max (0C) 10 11 10 11 12 15 4- /qa/ dk fuekZ.k vfLFkj vkSj lkisf{kd xeZ gokvksa Temp Min. (0C) 08 09 07 08 09 10 ds la?kuu ls gksrk gSA H. O: 25/8, Old Rajender Nagar Market, Delhi-60. B. O.: 105-106, Top Floor, Mukherjee Tower, Mukherjee Nagar, Delhi-9 Website:www.vvrias.com || Email:vvrias@gmail.com Ph:.011-45629987, 09999329111, 09999197625 VVR AN INSTITUTE FOR IAS EXAMINATION Copyright material not to be re-produced
  12. 12. GS UNLIMITED (GST-1) (30-12-2012) (a) Only 4 (b) 1,2 & 4 and risk management of the banking sector (c) 2,3 & 4 (d) None of these Which of the following is wrong regarding Basel III33. According to Supreme Court of India, which of the norms: following fundamental rights, apart from article 14 and (a) Capital Conservation Buffer of 2.5 % is to 21, form part of the basic structure of the constitution? maintain cushion of capital for periods of (a) Article 15 and 19 (b) Article 16 and 19 financial and economic stress (c) Article 19 and 20 (d) Article 20 and 25 (b) Tier 1 capital would primarily consist of34. Given the much discussed European Sovereign Debt common equity crisis many lessons and policy to developing (c) Total capital would primarily consist of Tier 1 countries some policy implications have emerged. capital With respect to developing countries some policy (d) Basel 3 explicitly specifies Risk Weighed Asset conclusions are limits. 1. Developing countries will need to rely less on 37. When you observe a geographical area you find the exports to the industrial countries and more on following things their own domestic demand and South – South trade. (1) Hanging Valley (2) Gorges 2. In some cases, greater caution may be called (3) Sheep back gneiss (4) Alluvial fan for in reversing stimulus policies. In other cases, (5) Drumlins (6) Cirques even greater prudence may be called for in Which of the above would suggest that the observed containing fiscal deficits and moderating the geographical area is a Glacier? accumulation of public debt. (a) 1, 2, 5 & 6 (b) 2, 5, 6 3. Given the sharp rise in exchange rate uncertainty, (c) 1, 2, 3 & 4 d) 1, 3, 5 & 6 matching the currencies of foreign liabilities with 38. Consider the following those of export proceeds and reserve holdings 1. Sulphur dioxide SO2, Nitrogen dioxide (NO2) will become even more important. 2. Carbon monoxide, Ozone & SO2 Which of the above said statement is /are correct- 3. Temperate Vegetation (a) Only 1 & 2 (b) Only 2& 3 4. Chloroflurocarbons (c) All the above (d) Only 1,2 & 3 Which one of the above would be responsible for35. Analyse the following statements , in regard to rise yellow or Sulphur Showers. of new religions(Buddhism, Jainism etc.) in 6th (a) Only 1 (b) Only 1 & 4 century B.C; (c) Only 3 (d) 1,2,& 3 (1) The Vedic religious practices had become 39. Recently 100% FDI was allowed in Single Brand cumbersome, and in the context of the new society Retail. Consider the following statements in relation of the period had become in many cases meaningless to this issue. ceremonies. Sacrifices and rituals increased and (1) Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion became more elaborate and expensive is the notifying authority in this regard. (2) Vaishyas disagreed with the Brahman (2) In respect of proposals involving FDI beyond domination of society and the lower caste 51%, the mandatory sourcing of at least 30% position assigned to them. would have to be done from the domestic small (3) Buddhism and Jainism did not give much importance to the notion of birth for social and cottage industries which have a maximum status, they attracted the Vaisyas to their folds investment in plant and machinery of USD 1 Choose the correct option: million (appx Rs 5 crore). (a) 1,2 only (b) 1,3 only (3) IKEA, a Swedish firm is the first big corporate (c) 1,2,3, (d) 2,3 only company to enter the Indian market through this36. Basel III is a comprehensive set of reform measures, route developed by the Basel Committee on Banking (4) India has many foreign companies which own Supervision, to strengthen the regulation, supervision less than 51% equity in Indian firms. VVRAN INSTITUTE FOR IAS EXAMINATION H. O: 25/8, Old Rajender Nagar Market, Delhi-60. B. O.: 105-106, Top Floor, Mukherjee Tower, Mukherjee Nagar, Delhi-9 Website:www.vvrias.com || Email:vvrias@gmail.com Ph:.011-45629987, 09999329111, 09999197625Copyright material not to be re-produced
  13. 13. GS UNLIMITED (GST-1) (30-12-2012) (a) dsoy 4 (b) 1] 2 vkSj 4 izca/u dks lqn`<+ djuk gSA csly 3 ds lanHkZ esa fuEu ls (c) 2] 3 vkSj 4 (d) mi;qZDr dksbZ ugha dkSu lk dFku vlR; gSA33. mPpre U;k;ky; ds vuqlkj vuqPNsn 14 ,oa 21 ds (a) 2-5» dk iwth laj{k.k ciQj foÙkh; vkSj vkfFkZd a vykok fuEu esa ls dkSu ls ewy vf/dkj lafoèkku ds ewy ncko ds fy;s iwth vk/kj iznku djsxkA a <kaps dk fgLlk gSA (b) fVvj&1 iwath eq[; :i ls dEiuh dh bfDoVh ls (a) vuqPNsn 15] 19 (b) vuqPNsn 16] 19 lacaf/r gS (c) vuqPNsn 19] 20 (d) vuqPNsn 20] 25 (c) dqy iwath eq[; :i ls fVvj&1 iwath ls lacaf/r gS34. ;wjksfi;u lkWojsu ½.k ladV ds dkj.k fodklkhy jk"Vªksa (d) csly&3 Li"V :i ls tksf[ke Hkkfjr lEifÙk dh ds fy, dBksj lcd rFkk uhfr;ka cukbZ tk ldrh gSA blh lhek dks fufnZ"V djrk gSA lanHkZ esa fodklkhy nskksa dh uhfr;ksa ds fy, fuEu esa ls 37. ;fn vki fdlh HkkSxksfyd {ks=k dk voyksdu djrs gSa rks D;k fu"d"kZ fudkys tk ldrs gSa& fuEu ifjn`; ij fopkj dhft,& 1- fodklkhy nskksa dks vius fu;kZr gsrq vkS|ksfxd 1- yVdrh ?kkVh 2- xkWtZ jk"Vªksa ij fuHkZjrk c<+kuh gksxhA 3- HksM+ ihB kSy 4- tyks<+ iSQu 2- dqN vFkksZa esa bUgsa jktdks"kh; míhiu dh uhfr;ksa esa 5- xàj 6- Mªefyu xaHkhj lko/kuh j[kuh pkfg,A mijksDr esa ls D;k crk;xk fd ;g HkkSxksfyd {ks=k ,d 3- bl lanHkZ fofue; nj iz.kkyh dh vfufprrk dks fgeunh gSA Hkh è;ku esa j[kuk gksxkA (a) 1] 2] 5 vkSj 6 (b) 2] 5 vkSj 6 buesa ls dkSu lk@ls dFku lgh gSa& (c) 1] 2] 3 vkSj 4 (d) 1] 3] 5 vkSj 6 (a) dsoy 1 vkSj 2 (b) dsoy 2 vkSj 3 38. fuEu ij fopkj dhft, (c) mi;qZDr lHkh (d) dsoy 1] o 3 1- SO2 vkSj NO2 2- CO, vkstksu vkSj SO235. tSu] cq¼ tSls u;s /eksZa ds fodkl ds lanHkZ esa fopkj 3- khrks".k tyok;q 4- DyksjksÝyksjks dkcZu djs%& mijksDr esa ls dkSu&dkSu ihyh vFkok lYiQj o"kkZ ds 1- uo lkekftd ifjorZuksa ds lanHkZ esa oSfnd èkeZ ,oa dkjd gSaA izFkk,a dbZ izdkj ls fujZFkd ,oa d"Vdkjh gks x;h (a) dsoy 1 (b) dsoy 1 vkSj 4 (c) dsoy 3 (d) 1] 2 vkSj 3 FkhA ikqcfy ,oa vU; izFkk,a lelkekf;d :i ls 39. gky gh esa ljdkj }kjk ,dy czkaM fjVsy {ks=k esa 100» egaxh gks x;h FkhA izR;{k fonskh fuosk dh vuqerh nh x;h bl lanHkZ esa 2- oS;ksa us czkã.kksa ds }kjk lekt ds vf/iR; ,oa fuEu dFkuksa ij fopkj djsaA mUgsa nh x;h fuEu lkekftd o.kZ O;oLFkk dks 1- bl lanHkZ esa vf/lwpuk dk vf/dkj vkS|ksfxd lEiw.kZ :i ls udkj fn;k FkkA uhfr o lao/Zu foHkkx dks gSA 3- ckS¼ ,oa tSu /eZ us oS;fDrd :i ls lkekftd 2- 51» ls vf/d fonskh fuosk laLFkkuksa dks viuh oxhZdj.k ds fy;s tUe dh /kj.kk dks vf/d cy [kir dk 30» ,sls lzksr y?kq vkSj dqVhj Lonskh ugha fn;k FkkA ftl dkj.k] ls oS; bu /eksZa dh m|ksxksa ls ysuk gksxk ftuesa izlaLdj.k vkSj midj.kksa vksj vkdf"kZr gq,A ij vf/dre 5 djksM+ #i;s ewY; dk fuosk fd;k mijksDr esa ls D;k lgh gS x;k gksA (a) 1,2 dsoy (b) 1,3 dsoy 3- bl rjg Hkkjr esa O;kikj djus okyh igyh fonskh (c) 1,2,3, (d) 2,3 dsoy fuosk dEiuh ,d LohMu dh iQeZ IKEA gSA36. csly&3 ekud csly desVh }kjk lq>k;k x;k ,d O;kid 4- Hkkjr esa ,slh dbZ cgqmískh; fonskh dEiuh gS ftudk lq/kj dk;ZØe gS ftldk mís; cSafdax {ks=k ds tksf[ke Hkkjrh; dEiuh esa dqy fuosk 51» ls de gSA H. O: 25/8, Old Rajender Nagar Market, Delhi-60. B. O.: 105-106, Top Floor, Mukherjee Tower, Mukherjee Nagar, Delhi-9 Website:www.vvrias.com || Email:vvrias@gmail.com Ph:.011-45629987, 09999329111, 09999197625 VVR AN INSTITUTE FOR IAS EXAMINATION Copyright material not to be re-produced
  14. 14. GS UNLIMITED (GST-1) (30-12-2012) Choose the correct option: 44. Which of the following is NOT true for stationary (a) 1,2,3,4 are correct satellite of the earth? (b) 1,2 and 4 are correct (a) Its time period is 24 hours (c) 1,2 and 3 are correct (b) Its angular speed is equal to that of earth about (d) 2,3 and 4 are correct its own axis40. Choose the incorrect statement regarding Seoul (c) It is stationary in space Nuclear Security Summit: (d) It revolves from west to east (a) It was the second nuclear summit of its kind,the 45. Which of the following are some of the most first being in Washington plausible theories for the decline of the Harappan (b) It was attended by representatives from civilization : INTERPOL (1) it was destroyed by massive floods (c) It was not attended by states not party to Non (2) the decline took place because of the shift in Proliferation Treaty (NPT) the course of rivers and the gradual drying up (d) Nuclear Terrorism was a major topic of debate of the Ghgggar-Hakra river system at the Summit. (3) barbarian invaders destroyed the cities41. India has recently entered into a multilateral (4) the growing demands of the centres disturbed agreement called SHADE with China and Japan. Analyse the below given statements in this regard; the ecology of the region and the area could (1) It is a pact to share data to achieve the most not support them anymore efficient use of Naval Forces present in the (5) Mass Migration of Indus valley people to North Asia Indian Ocean Region. (6) Financial bankruptancy due to drastic decline (2) The initiative is known as the Shared Action in trade and Deconfliction (SHADE) Choose the correct option: (3) It has been initiated due to recent spate of pirate (a) 1,2,3,4 only (b) 1,2,3,4,5 and6 attacks in the Indian ocean. (c) 1,2,3,4,5 only (d) 1,2,3,4 and 6 Choose the correct option: 46. Choose the correct option: (a) Only 1 is correct (a) MIBOR(Mumbai Interbank Offered Rate) is (b) Only 1 and 3 are correct available to any customer of scheduled (c) All 1,2 and 3 are correct commercial banks (d) Only 1 and 2 are correct (b) Prime lending Rate is available to any customer42. Consider the following statements of Scheduled Commercial Banks 1. Higg’s Boson is the reference element to define (c) A Teaser Rate is a permanent rate applicable to the density of any matter. any loan for which interest rate remains same 2. Higg’s Boson directly defines the existence of throughout. antimatter and hence can throw a light on Origin (d) Adjustable Rate Mortgages which used Teaser of Universe. Rates were major cause to US subprime crisis 3. Higg’s boson is one of the elementary particle which 47. Consider the following statements: will bring some more explanations of gravitation 1. An Indian students goes to USA by paying Air India, Which of the above is /are correct (a) 1 & 2 Only (b) 2 & 3 Only 2. He earns some USD by doing part time job (c) Only 3 (d) 1 & 3 Only 3. He spends some parts of earnings in a shop43. Name the monarch who had attended peace-time owned by an NRI operation cabinet meeting for the first time. 4. By paying to US airlines he returns to India. (a) Queen Elizabeth-II (b) King George V In the given example which of the above would (c) King George III (d) Queen Elizabeth I add to the Indian GNP? VVRAN INSTITUTE FOR IAS EXAMINATION H. O: 25/8, Old Rajender Nagar Market, Delhi-60. B. O.: 105-106, Top Floor, Mukherjee Tower, Mukherjee Nagar, Delhi-9 Website:www.vvrias.com || Email:vvrias@gmail.com Ph:.011-45629987, 09999329111, 09999197625Copyright material not to be re-produced
  15. 15. GS UNLIMITED (GST-1) (30-12-2012) mijskDr esa ls D;k lgh gS 44. i`Foh ds fLFkj mixzg ds ckjs dkSu lk dFku vlR; gSA (a) 1] 2] 3 vkSj 4 (b) 1] 2 vkSj 4 (a) bldk vkorZ dky 24 ?k.Vs gSA (c) 1] 2 vkSj 3 (d) 2] 3 vkSj 4 (b) bldk dks.kh; osx i`Foh ds viuh /qjh ij ?kweus40. fl;ksy ukfHkdh; lqj{kk lEesyu ds lanHkZ esa vlR; dFku ds cjkcj gSA dkSu lk gS (c) ;g varfj{k esa fLFkj gSA (a) ;g vius izdkj dh nwljk ukfHkdh; lEesyu gSA (d) ;g ifpeh ls iwoZ dh vksj ifjØek djrk gSA blds iwoZ okfkaxVu ukfHkdh; lqj{kk lEesyu gqvk FkkA 45. fuEu esa ls D;k gM+Iik lH;rk ds foukk ls lacafèkr (b) ;g lEesyu INTERPOL vf/dkfj;ksa dh mifLFkfr LohÑr fl¼kar gSA esa lEiUu gqvkA 1- ;g Hk;kud ck<+ ds izdksi ls u"V gqvk (c) bl lEesyu esa mu lHkh nskksa us fgLlkugha fy;k 2- bl lH;rk dk foukk ufn;ksa ds i{k ifjorZu ds tks NPT ds lnL; nsk ugha gSA dkj.k ?k??kj gkdjk unh iz.kkyh ds lw[k tkus ls gqvkA (d) bl lEesyu dk ize[k izlx ukfHkdh; vkradokn Fkk q a 3- bldk foukk Øwj vkØe.kdkfj;ksa ds dkj.k gqvkA41. ^Hkkjr us lelkef;dh :i ls phu vkSj tkiku ds lkFk 4- lH;rk ls fofHkUu dsUnzksa dh c<+rh vko;drk ds SHADE uked cgqmískh; le>kSrk fd;k gSA bl lanHkZ dkj.k ls mijksDr {ks=kiQy dk i;kZoj.k bUgsa vkèkkj esa fuEu okD;ksa ij fopkj djsaA iznku ugha dj ik;kA 1- bldk mi;ksx fgUn egklkxj esa mifLFkr ukSlfS ud kfDr;ksa 5- flU/q ?kkVh lH;rk ds fuokfl;ksa dk mÙkjh ,fk;k ds lEiw.kZ mi;ksx ds fy;s lwpuk dk gLrkarj.k gSA esa lkewfgd izolu 2- ;g Shared Action and Deconfliction 6- O;kikj esa ?kkVs ds dkj.k ls mRiUu vkfFkZd daxkyhA (SHADE) dgykrk gSA buesa ls D;k lgh gS 3- bls gky gh esa fgUn egklkxj dh leqnzh ywVikV (a) 1,2,3,4 dsoy (b) 1,2,3,4,5 vkSj 6 dh ?kVukvksa ds dkj.k vkjEHk fd;k x;k gSA (c) 1,2,3,4,5 dsoy (d) 1,2,3,4 vkSj 6 mijksDr esa ls D;k lgh gS 46. fuEu esa ls lgh dFku dk pquko djsa (a) dsoy 1 (b) dsoy 1 vkSj 3 (a) MIBOR okf.kfT;d cSadksa ds fdlh Hkh xzkgdksa ds (c) 1] 2 vkSj 3 (d) 1 vkSj 2 fy;s miyC/ gSA42. fuEu dFkuksa ij fopkj dhft,& (b) iz/ku m/kjh nj okf.kfT;d fdlh Hkh xzkgdksa ds 1- fgXlckslksu fdlh Hkh oLrq ds ?kuRo dks ifjHkkf"kr fy;s miyC/ gSA djus okyk lanfHkZd rRo gSA (c) yksd yqHkkou C;kt nj ,d LFkk;h iz;ksx gS ftlesa 2- fgXlckslksu ds }kjk ,aVhesVj ds vfLrRo dks lhèh fdlh Hkh ½.k ds fy;s C;kt dh nj ,d gh gksrh gSA rjg le>k tk ldrk gSA vr% ;g czkã.k dh (d) lek;ksT; nj ca/d og nj gS ftlds rgr yksd mRifÙk ds fo"k; esa crk ldrk gSA yqHkkou C;kt njksa dk bLrseky vesfjdh lc izkbe 3- fgXl ckslksu ,slk izkFkfed rRo gSA tks xq#Rokd"kZ.k ds fo"k; esa xgu fooj.k iznku dj ldrk gSA ladV dk mÙkjnk;h cukA 47. fuEufyf[kr dFkuksa ij fopkj dhft,% mijksDr esa ls D;k lgh gS (a) dsoy 1 vkSj 2 (b) dsoy 2 vkSj 3 1- ,d Hkkjrh; Nk=k ,;j&bf.M;k ds&F }kjk vesfjdk tkrk gSA (c) dsoy 3 (d) 1 vkSj 3 2- og dqN ikVZ&Vkbe dk;Z djds dqN /u vftZr djrk gSA43. fuEu esa ls fdl jktk@ jkuh us ihl Vkbe dsfcusV lEesyu 3- viuh vk; dk dk dqN Hkkx og ,d NRI }kjk esa fkjdr dh gS lapkfyr nqdku esa [kpZ djrk gSA (a) Dohu ,fytkcsFk II (b) fdax tktZ V 4- og US ok;q;ku }kjk iqu% Hkkjr okil vkrk gSA (c) fdax tktZ III (d)Dohu ,fytkcsFk I dk;Z Hkkjrh; GNP dks izHkkfor djsaxs& H. O: 25/8, Old Rajender Nagar Market, Delhi-60. B. O.: 105-106, Top Floor, Mukherjee Tower, Mukherjee Nagar, Delhi-9 Website:www.vvrias.com || Email:vvrias@gmail.com Ph:.011-45629987, 09999329111, 09999197625 VVR AN INSTITUTE FOR IAS EXAMINATION Copyright material not to be re-produced

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