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1). The Quit India Movement began on
- August 9, 1942
- September 8, 1942
- August 8, 1942
- October 2, 1942
2). Who was the Viceroy of India at the time of Government of India Act 1919 passed?
- Edwin Montagu
- Lord Chemlsford.
- Louis Mountbatten
- Warren Hastings
3). Baisakhi Festival is celebrated by which of the following state in India?
4). Name the desert mountain land between Tibet and India
- Chandra Taal
- Key Monastery
- Spiti Valley
5). Central Salt and Marine Chemical Research Institute is situated in which of the following state?
6). Whether a Bill is a Money Bill or not, will be decided by the________
- Chairman of the RajyaSabha
- Speaker of the LokSabha
- Finance Minister
- Prime Minister
7). In the event of the breakdown of the constitutional machinery of any state, under which one of the following Articles can President’s Rule be imposed?
8). Which of the following institute has formed the first Centre for Energy Regulation (CER) in India?
- IIT New Delhi
- IIT Kharagpur
- IIT Kanpur
- IIT Mumbai
9). Which of the following country will host the 15th Asia Media Summit?
10). The phenomenon of an increase in economic integration among nations is known as
1). Answer: C
The Quit India Movement began on August 8, 1942, during World War II. The India Congress Committee, under the urging of Gandhi, called for a mass British withdrawal and Gandhi made a “Do or Die” speech.
2). Answer: B
The Government of India Act 1919 was an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. It was passed to expand participation of Indians in the government of India. The Act embodied the reforms recommended in the report of the Secretary of State for India, Edwin Montagu, and the Viceroy, Lord Chemlsford.
3). Answer: D
Baisakhi is a famous festival in the state of Punjab and is celebrated with huge fanfare and excitement. The festival takes place along with the farming time when the Rabi crop is ready for harvesting. Baisakhi happens on the lucky day when the tenth Guru of the Sikhs, Guru Gobind Singh, founded the KhalsaPanth cult.
4). Answer: D
The Spiti Valley is a cold desert mountain valley located high in the Himalaya mountains in the north-eastern part of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. The name “Spiti” means “The Middle Land”, i.e. the land between Tibet and India.
5). Answer: C
Central Salt and Marine Chemicals Research Institute is a constituent laboratory of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, India. The Institute was inaugurated by JawaharLal Nehru on 10 April 1954 at Bhavnagar, in Gujarat.
6). Answer: B
To make sure that RajyaSabha doesn’t amend the bill by adding some non-money matters (known as Financial Bill), the Speaker of the LokSabha certifies the bill as a money bill before sending it to the upper house, and the decision of the Speaker is binding on both the Houses.
7). Answer: D
The imposition of Article 356 of the Constitution on a State following the failure of constitutional machinery is called President’s Rule in India.
Once the President’s Rule has been imposed on a state, the elected state government will be temporarily dissolved, and the Governor, who is appointed by the government at the Centre, will replace the Chief Minister as the chief executive of the State.
8). Answer: C
The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT)-Kanpur set up India’s first Centre for Energy Regulation (CER) with the help of Govt of United Kingdom. Centre for Energy Regulation (CER) is an initiative of Department of Industrial and Management Engineering of IIT Kanpur to enhance regulatory research and networking in Indian power sector.
9). Answer: C
India will host the 15th Asia Media Summit in which representatives from nearly 40 countries will discuss on issues related to the media sector.
10). Answer: B
Economic integration is the unification of economic policies between different states through the partial or full abolition of tariff and non-tariff restrictions on trade taking place among them prior to their integration. This is meant in turn to lead to lower prices for distributors and consumers with the goal of increasing the level of welfare, while leading to an increase of economic productivity of the states.