| OSSSC Selected MCQ | SET 1 | TOP 100 | ARI | AMIN | SFS | EC | FOREST GUARD |

| OSSSC Selected MCQ | SET 1 | TOP 100 | ARI | AMIN | SFS | EC | FOREST GUARD |
| OSSSC Selected MCQ | SET 1 | TOP 100 | ARI | AMIN | SFS | EC | FOREST GUARD |

| OSSSC Selected MCQ | SET 1 | ARI | AMIN | SFS | EC | FOREST GUARD |

1.The largest herbarium of India is located at –
A. Kolkata B. Lucknow C. Mumbai D. Coimbatore

2. Sphygmomanometer measures the blood pressure in the
A. Veins B. Arteries C. Eyes D. Synovial

3. Sex ratio in India is measured as ?
A. Number of males per thousand females B. Number of females per thousand males
C. Number of males per hundred females D. Number of females per hundred males

4. Kilowatt-hour is the unit of
A. energy B. power C. force D. momentum

5. Spraying of DDT on crops causes pollution of ______
A. Air & Soil B. Crops & Air C. Soil & Water D. Air & Water

6. In the 42nd Constitutional Amendment 1976, which word was added to the Preamble?
A. Democratic B. Equality C. Secular D. Federal

7. Potato is a modiefied?
A. Root B. Stem C. Bud D. Fruit

8. It is difficult to cook rise .
A. at the top of a mountain B. at the sea level C. under a mine D. same anywhere

9. In which year did the Kakori conspiracy case take place?
A. 1925 B. 1924 C. 1926 D. 1927

10. The xylem in plants are responsible for:
A. transport of water B. transport of food C. transport of amino acids D. transport of oxygen

11. Nandadevi peak is located in ________ State.
A. Himachal Pradesh B. Uttarakhand C. Uttar Pradesh D. Sikkim

12. Among the following states, the literacy rate is highest in?
A. Orissa B. Punjab C. Maharashtra D. Mizoram

13. The United Nations Organisation came into existence in?
A. 1947 B. 1950 C. 1945 D. 1946

14. The Wheeler Island has been renamed as
A. Vikram Sarabhai island B. Satish Dhawan island C. Abdul Kalam island
D. C.V. Raman island

15. Hygrometer is used for measuring
A. Humidity B. Boiling point of liquids C. relative density of liquids D. depth of ocean

16. Chemical composition of cement is
A. Limestone and Clay B. Limestone, Clay and Gypsum C. Limestone and Gypsum
D. Clay and Gypsum

17. India 1st electric bus launched in which state
A. Maharastra B. Punjab C. Kerla D. Himachal Pradesh

18. Beighton Cup is associated with which of the following?
A. Cricket B. Hockey C. Football D. Volleyball

19. which of the following is “plastic money”?
A. only debit card B. only credit card C. both credit and debit card D. none of the above

20. The unit of measurement of Noise is –
A. Decibel B. Hertz C. Amplifier D. Acoustics

21. Curie is an unit of ___
A. Radioactivity B. Energy of Gamma rays C. Intensity of Gamma rays D. Work function

22. Who was the first lady Governor of an Indian State?
A. Sucheta Kripalani B. Padmaja Naidu C. Tarkeswari Sinha D. Sarojini Naidu

23. Operation Flood programme was introduced in
A. 1951 B. 1970 C. 1975 D. 1985

24. Article 1 of the Constitution declares India as
A. federal State B. quasi-federal state C. unitary State D. union of States

25. Which place is said to be the Manchester of South India?
A. Coimbatore B. Salem C. Thanjavur D. Madurai

26. Integral Coach Factory (ICF) is located at
A. Chittaranjan (Paschim Banga) B. Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh) C. Jamshedpur (Jharkhand)
D. Perambur (Tamil Nadu)

27. Which of these acids is not organic in origin?
A. Lactic acid B. Sulphuric acid C. Citric acid D. Oxalic acid

28. The hydraulic brakes used in automobiles is a direct application of
A. Archimedes’ principle B. Toricellian law C. Bernoulli’s theorem D. Pascal’s law

29. Which monument is known as “The National Monument of India”?
A. India Gate B. Gateway of India C. Raj Ghat D. Red fort

30. One of the following is also called as World Bank –
A. IMF B. IBRD C. WTO D. ADB

31. The World’s largest island is –
A. Greenland B. Iceland C. New Guinea D. Madagascar

32. Find the “odd one out”.
A. Linux B. Windows 98 C. C++ D. Windows 7

33. The Headquarters of UNESCO is in
A. New York B. Hague C. Paris D. Mosco

34. Jaundice is caused due to the infection of

A. brain B. liver C. kidney D. spleen

35. Which is the International Date Line?
A. Equator B. 0° longitude C. 90° East longitude D. 180° longitude

36. Radcliffe line’ is a boundary line between
A. India and Bangladesh B. India and Bhutan C. India and China D. India and Pakistan

37. Indian Army’s School of Artillery is located at_______________
A. Khadakvasala B. Dehradun C. Deolali D. Roorkee

38. The largest Union Territory of India is
A. Chandigarh B. Puducherry C. Andaman and Nicobar Islands D. Lakshadweep

39. Vienna is the capital and largest city of-
A. Canada B. Australia C. Yemen D. Austria

40. Tears are secreted by which Gland
A. Zeis gland B. Lacrimal glands C. Meibomian glands D. Ceruminous Glands

41. Small bubbles are perfectly spherical because of
A. gravity B. pressure C. viscosity D. surface tension

42. The outer most layer of Sun is known as ______.
A. Chromosphere B. Photosphere C. Radioactive zone D. Corona

43. Which of the following is the smallest bird ?
A. Pigeon B. Parrot C. Humming bird D. House sparrow

44. The material used in electric heater is –
A. Tungsten B. Nichrome C. Brass D. Steel

45. Rainbow formation is due to
A. absorption of sunlight by water droplets B. diffuusion of sunlight through water droplets
C. ionization of water droplets D. refraction and reflection of sunlight by water droplets

46. Highest percentage of carbon is found in which form of coal?
A. Anthracite B. Bituminous C. Peat D. lignite

47. The expansion for AIDS is
A. Active Immono Deficiency Syndrome B. Acquired Individual Disease Syndrome
C. Acquired Immuno Deficiency Syndrome D. Acquired Immuno Disease Syndrome

48. Ghumura is the folk dance of which of the following state?
A. Odisha B. Assam C. West Bengal D. Rajasthan

49. Trinitrotoluene is –
A. used to melt metals B. used to fuse two metals C. used as an abrasive D. used as an explosive

50. Which foreign country is closest to Andaman Islands?
A. Sri Lanka B. Myanmar C. Indonesia D. Pakistan

51. The brain of human adult weights about
A. 1200-1300 g B. 1600-2000 g C. 500-800 g D. 100-200 g

52. Which state is known as the ‘Spice Garden of India’?
A. Kerala B. Karnataka C. Andhra Pradesh D. Tamil Nadu

53. The tenure of the Swiss President is
A. 3 years B. 2 years C. 4 years D. 1 year

54. Nitrification is the biological process of converting –
A. N2 into Nitrate B. N2 into Nitrite C. Ammonia into Nitrite D. Ammonia into N2

55. The book entitled, ‘Playing it my way’ has been authored by –
A. Sachin Tendulkar B. V V S Laxman C. Saurav Ganguly D. Chetan Chauhan

56. Which script was used in Ashoka’s inscriptions?
A. Brahmi B. Devanagiri C. Gurmukhi D. Sanskrit

57. Which of the following is not guaranteed by Indian Constitution?
A. Right to Equality B. Right of Religious freedom C. Right to Constitutional remedies
D. Right to free education for all

58. Platelets are also called as
A. Erythrocytes B. Leucocytes C. Thrombocytes D. Plasma

59. What is the Chief Source of Political Power in India ?
A. The people B. The Constitution C. The Parliament
D. The Parliament and the State Legislatures

60. India’s first Railway University will come up at –
A. Vadodara, Gujarat B. Bengaluru, Karnataka C. Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh
D. Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh

61. If 10 people can do a job in 20 days, then 20 people with twice the efficiency can do the same job in
A. 5 days B. 10 days C. 20 days D. 40 days

62. Two consecutive discounts x% and y% is equivalent to the discount
A.(x – y + )% B. (x + y + )% C. (x – y – )% D. (x + y – )%

63.A box of sweets was distributed between A and B in the ratio 3 : 4. If A got 36 sweets, what was the total no. of sweets
A. 12 B. 84 C. 144 D. 27

64. If the ratio of cost price and selling price is 4 : 5, then the percentage of profit will be

A. 20 B. 0.1 C. 10 D. 25

65. In the fig ΔABC is inscribed in a circle with centre O. If ∠ABC = 30° then ∠ACB is equal to

A. 30° B. 60° C. 50° D. 90°

66.The value of cos2200 + cos2700 is:
A. 0 B. 1 C. ½ D. 1/√3

67. Rs. 782 is divided into 3 parts in the ratio 1/2 : 2/3 : 3/4, the first part is :
A. Rs. 182 B. Rs. 204 C. Rs. 190 D. Rs. 196

68.A spherical lead ball of radius 6 cm is melted and small lead balls of radius 3 mm are made. The total number of possible small lead balls is
A. 4250 B. 4000 C. 8005 D. 8000

69. The four sides of a quadrilateral are in the ratio of 2:3:4:5 and its perimeter is 280m. The length of the longest side is:
A. 100m B. 150m C. 175m D. 180m

70. A train 100 m long is running at a speed of 120 kms/hr. The time taken to pass a person standing near the line is
A. 1 second B. 3 seconds C. 5 seconds D. 7 seconds

71.If a + b = 5 and a – b = 3, then the value of (a2 + b2) is :
A. 17 B. 18 C. 19 D. 20

72. The point equidistant from the sides of a triangle is called
A. Circumcenter B. Incentre C. Orthocentre D. Centroid

73.The value of cosec2600 + sec2600 – cot2600 + tan2300 will be
A.5 B.51/2 C.51/3 D.52/3

74.In a ∆ABC, if 4 A = 3 B = 12 C,find A
A. 22.5° B. 90° C. 67.5° D. 112.5°

75. The average height of 30 boys out of a class of 50 is 160 cm. If the average height of the remaining boys is 165 cm, the average height of the whole class (in cm) is:
A. 161 B. 162 C. 163 D. 164

76.If tanθ + cotθ = 5,then the value of tan2ѳ + cot2ѳ is :
A. 22 B. 25 C. 23 D. 27

Directions(Q.77 – 78) : The pie-chart shows the percentage of literate and illiterate male and female in a state. Study the diagram and answer the following questions.

77.If the total population of the state is 35000, then the difference between the numbers of literate male and literate female is
A. 3500 B. 3700 C. 400 D. 4500

78. The difference of central angles corresponding to illiterate male and illiterate female is
A. 12.2° B. 13.4° C. 11.2° D. 14.4°

79. The difference between the compound interest and the simple interest on Rs. 6250 at 8% per annum in 2 years is:
A. Rs. 30 B. Rs. 40 C. Rs. 50 D. Rs. 60

80. What is the value of 40% of 250 + 10% of 650 x 5 ?
A. Rs. 315 B. Rs. 425 C. Rs. 525 D. Rs. 600

Directions(Q.81 – 82) : Select the related word/letters/numbers from the given alternatives:
81.Medicine : Patient : : Education : ?
A. Teacher B. School C. Student D. Tuition

82. LAMP : IXJM :: FISH : ?
A. CGPF B. CFQE C. CFPE D. CGQF

Directions(Q.83 – 84) : For the following questions Find the odd word / letter / number from the given alternative
83.A. POCG B. KLIZ C. BUDX D. FQMV

84. A. 36 – 48 B. 56 – 44 C. 78 – 66 D. 33 – 64

85. Arrange the following words as per order in the dictionary
1. Ambitions 2. Ambiguous 3. Ambiguity 4. Animation 5. Animal

A. 3, 2, 4, 1, 5 B. 3, 2, 5, 4, 1 C. 3, 2, 1, 5, 4 D. 3, 2, 4, 5, 1

Directions(Q.86 – 87) : A series is given , with one term missing . Choose the correct alternative from the given ones that will complete the series
86.CAT, DBT, ECT , ?
A. DCT B. FDT C. FCT D. FAT

87. 5, 11, 24, 51, 106,____?
A. 122 B. 217 C. 120 D. 153

88. Showing a man on the stage , Rita said , ” He is the brother of the daughter of the wife of my husband . How is the man on stage related to Rita ?
A. SON B. HUSBAND C. COUSIN D. NEPHEW

89.If C is coded 3 , DASH is coded as 32 , then DANCE will be coded as
A. 20 B. 25 C. 26 D. 27

90. How many triangles are there in the question figure ?

A. 18 B. 24 C. 28 D. 30

91. A piece of paper is folded and cut as shown below in the given answer figures, indicate how it will paper when opened

A. B. C. D.

92. Some equations have been solved on the basis of a certain pattern. Find the correct answer for the unsolved equation on that basis:

7*4*3 = 437
8*6*4 = 648
4*3*6 = ?
A. 346 B. 364 C. 643 D. 463

93. Select the missing number from the given matrix:

A. 43 B. 42 C. 33 D. 32

94. Which figure represents the relationship among
Animals, Lions, Horses

A. a B. b C. c D. d

95. Which answer figure will complete the figure in the question figure?

A. a B. b C. c D. d

96. From the given answer figures, select the one in which the question figure is hidden/embedded.

A. a B. b C. c D. d

97. If a mirror is placed on the line MN, then which of the answer figures is the right image of the given figure?

A. a B. b C. c D. d

98. Which one set letters when sequentially placed at the gaps in the given letter series shall complete it?
M__OMMN__M__NOMMN__M

A. O N M O B. N O M O C. M O N M D. N N M O

99. If FRIEND is coded as HUMJTK, how can CANDLE be written in that code?
A. EDRIRL B. ESJFME C. DCQHQK D. DEQJQM

100. If A denotes –, C denotes ×, D denotes ÷, E denotes +, then 14C3A12E4D2 = ?
A. 6 B. 17 C. 28 D. 32

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