PSC Solved Questions of Excise Inspector and Police Sub Inspector

Last Updated On: 29/04/2018
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PSC Solved Questions of Excise Inspector and Police Sub Inspector

1. Father of Indian Archaeology :
Ans:  Alexander Cunningham.

2. Founder of Jainism?
Ans:  Vardhamana Mahavira

3. Ashtanga Marga is the Central theme of:
Ans:  Budhism

4. The first Jain Council was held at:
Ans:  Pataliputra

5. Famous rock cut Kailas Temple at Ellora was built by?
Ans:  Krishna I

6. The Italian traveler visited Vijaya Nagar during the reign of Devaraya I:?
Ans:  Nicolo Conti

7. The book “Budhacharitha” was written by ?
Ans:  Aswaghosha

8. Capital of Yadava Kingdom:
Ans:  Devagiri

9. The Sakae era began in :
Ans:  AD 78

10. Author of Rajatarangini?
Ans:  Kalhana.

11. The fist and only Muslim woman ruler who ever ruled Delhi was:?
Ans:  Sultana Razia

12. Fatawa-i-Jahandari is the work of :
Ans:  Zia-ud-din- Barani

13. Diwan-i-Ariz of the Delhi sultanate is :
Ans:  Head of the military department

14. Pantharpur was the religious reform movement among the :
Ans:  Marathas.

15. William Hawkins visited Mughal court during the time of :
Ans:  Jahangir

16. Fatehpur Sikri was founded by Akbar to commemorate his victory over:
Ans:  Gujrat

17. The Mughal ruler known as ‘mixture of opposites’:
Ans:  Muhammad bin Tughluq

18. The Mughal emperor known as “Prince of Builders”?
Ans:  Shajahan

19. Khalsa, a militant force of the Sikhs was organized by :
Ans:  Guru Govind Singh

20. John Shore, Governor General of British India introduced:
Ans:  Non-intervention policy

21. Sathi was declared illegal during the Governor-Generalship of :
Ans:  Lord William Bentick

22. The Govt.of India Act 1919 was based on :
Ans:  Montague Chelmsford Report

23. Satya Sodhak Samaj was founded by :
Ans:  Jyoti Babhule

24. Azad Hind Fauj was organized by:
Ans:  Subhash Chandra Bose

25. Who said “Go back to the Vedas”?
Ans:  Swami Dayananda Saraswathy.

26. Amartya Sen is the first Asian who got Nobel prize in :
Ans:  Economics

27. The community farm started by Mahatma Gandhi near Johannesburg was:
Ans:  Tolstoy farm

28. The Indian Prime Minister associated with the creation of Bangladesh was:
Ans:  Indira Gandhi

29. The first Indian who became Miss world:
Ans:  Rita Faria

30. The capital of second Chera empire:
Ans:  Thiruvanchikulam

31. The capital of Venad:
Ans:  Kollam

32. The ship in which Vascodagama came to Kerala :
Ans:  Saint Gabriel

33. Blue water policy is associated with :
Ans:  De-Almeda

34. The battle of Plassey was fought between:
Ans:  Siraj-ud daula and Robert Clive

35. The ruler who issued Royal proclamation abolishing slavery in Travancore:
Ans:  Rani Gauri Lekshmi Bai

36. Whose reign is considered as the golden age of modern Travancore?
Ans:  Swati Tirunal

37. First Diwan of cochin was:
Ans:  Col.Munroe

38. High court of Cochin was established during the Diwanship of :
Ans:  Sir.shanmugham Chetti

39. Travancore-Cochin state was formed in :
Ans:  1949 July 1

40. People’s Planning Campaign in Kerala was inaugurated :
Ans:  August 17, 1996

41. The running of fan makes us comfortable during Summer because it :
Ans:  Increases the rate of evaporation of perspiration.

42. Heat energy from the Sun reaches the earth by :
Ans:  Radiation

43. Temperature of an electric heater becomes constant after sometime because:
Ans:  Rate of heat generation becomes equal to the rate of heat lost to the atmosphere.

44. When current flows through a metallic conductor, heat is produced, known as :
Ans:  Joule’s effect

45. Helium was discovered by :
Ans:  Ramsay

46. Which one of the following elements is not detected by Lassaignes test?

(a) Oxygen

(b) Sulphur

(c) Nitrogen

(d) Chlorine.

Ans:  Oxygen

47. The credit of discovery of Hydrogen goes to:
Ans:  Henry Cavendish

48. Which of the following is added to LPG to detect its leakage?

(a) Methane

(b) Mercapton

(c) Mercury

(d) Pentane.

Ans:  Mercapton

49. Which gas, on coming in contact with blood forms carboxy hemoglobin?
Ans:  Carbon Monoxide

50. The smallest unit of an element which takes part in a chemical reaction:
Ans:  Atom

51. Movement of plants towards light is known as :
Ans:  Phototropism

52. Cellular structure associated with intracellular digestion is :
Ans:  Lysosome

53. Which is the smallest gland in the body ?
Ans:  Pitutary

54. Genes are located on :
Ans:  Chromosomes

55. Which of the following animal is unicellular?

(a) Earthworm

(b) Starfish

(c) Amoeba

(d) Sponge

Ans:  Amoeba


56. Sonipat is famous for:
Ans:  Cycle Industry

57. The general ‘trend of isotherms’ on the Globe is in:
Ans:  East West

58. Plate Tectonics is the study of :
Ans:  Rock structures involved in earth movement.

59. Asteroids are:
Ans:  Minor planets revolving the sun between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter.

60. The first secretary general of U.N.O.(United Nations Organisation) who got Nobel Prize:
Ans:  Dag Hammer Shold

61. The winner of the French Open Tennis Tournament of 2007?
Ans:  Rafel Nadal

62. Nathula pass is in :
Ans:  Sikkim

63. Father of Co-operative movement?
Ans:  Robert Oven

64. The newly joined member of UNO?
Ans:  Montenegro

65. Computer was first invented by:
Ans:  Charles Babbage

66. The date on which Indian States implemented Value Added Tax(VAT):
Ans:  01-04-2005

67. The objective of Consumer Protection Act is :
Ans:  Restrict unfair trade practices and adulteration.

68. Normal tenure of a member in Rajya Sabha is :
Ans:  6 years

69. Residuary powers means those powers which are:
Ans:  Retained by the Centre or the State for themselves after division of powers between the Centre and the United States in a federation.

70. The Mac-Mohan line is the line that demarcates the boundary between:
Ans:  India, Burma and China

71. They —– that house when I was here last year.
Ans:  were building

72. I wish I— for the job.
Ans:  had applied

73. The manager asked the clerk to return all the documents ——- his possession.
Ans:  in

74. The minister appealed ——- the people to help the flood victims.
Ans:  To


75. Let’s start the work, ——-?
Ans:  Shall we


76. The students in the last benches complained that they could not —— what the teacher was saying.
Ans:  make out

77. Long before the chief guest came, the students——–?
Ans:  had assembled

78. Which of the following words does not belong to the group?
(Adventurous,  Ambitious,  Auspicious,  Affectionate)

Ans:  Auspicious

79. I have to blame—— for this failure.
Ans:  myself

80. Had he been careful, the accident ———?
Ans:  would not have happened.

81. Ever since they got married, they —— here.
Ans:  have been living

82. The news surprised everyone. (Change into Passive Voice).
Ans:  Everyone was surprised by the news.

83. The nearest in meaning of the word “compliment”.

(a) Gift

(b) prize

(c) agreement

(d) praise

Ans:  Praise

84. The opposite of the word “acquit”:
Ans:  Convict

85. The president——- the youth to follow the teachings of Mahatma Gandhi.
Ans:  called upon

86. ——- I got some tea for you ?
Ans:  Shall

87. The meaning of the phrase “alma mater “.
Ans:  mother institution

88. She said “ My husband has just been promoted”.(Change into indirect speech)
Ans:  She said that her husband had just been promoted.

89. When I first met him, he —— in a hotel.
Ans:  was working

90. He hardly ever leaves the village,——-?
Ans:  does he.

91. The wall has been disfigured.(Change into active voice)
Ans:  Someone has disfigured the wall.

92. Vinod will get a fist class. He is hardworking. (Combine using so….that).
Ans:  Vinod is so hardworking that he will get a first class.

93. The meeting was held in camera. (The meaning of the phrase in bold).
Ans:  in private

94. You have to account —– the delay.
Ans:  for

95. The management has decided to suspend the striking employees.(Begin with it)
Ans:  It has been decided to suspend the striking employees.

96. The approximate meaning of “spill the beans” is :
Ans:  to reveal secret information

97. His explanations cut no ice with the police. (Approximate meaning of the idiom in bold)
Ans:  to have little effect

98. The word which is nearest in meaning to the word illustrious:
Ans:  famous

99. Nehru was not only a politician —– a great writer.
Ans:  but also

100. The thief ran away from the crowd, ———he should be attacked.
Ans:  lest.


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