BPSC 2016

malaria drug hydroxychloroquine

Birsa Munda was arrested on [3 March 1900] while asleeping from Chakradharpur.







“The Muslims, if contented and satisfied, would become the greatest bulwark of British power in India”. Who wrote it?
W.W.Hunter











Who was the Prime Minister of England when the Montague-Chelmsford Act was passed in 1919?
Lloyd George










 left Patna College with just 20 days remaining for his examination during the Non-Cooperation Movement?
[Jai Prakash Narayan] is famous as the Loknayak He was honored with the Bharat Ratna in the year 1999













Who became champion of socialism and wanted to overthrow of British rule, Princely states, Landlordism and Capitalism in 1933?
In 1933, [Jawaharlal Nehru] wrote a series of articles under the title 'Bharat kahan'. In which he wrote that why he believes in socialism.










Who joined Subhas Chandra Bose to found All India Forward Bloc and actively associated with the INA movement?
Sheel Bhadra Yajee








First Indian elected to British House of Commons was Dadabhai Naoroji who contested on ticket of [Liberal Party].
he was the first Asian MP of the House of the Commons in 1892.






Cabinet Mission came to India in 1946.









[Rajendra Prasad] a pleader of Bihar who left his lucrative practice during Non-Cooperation Movement.








The precursor of Indian National Congress was [Indian Association].
Indian Association was established in 1876 by Surendri Nath Banerjee and Ananda Mohan Bose.









In 1929, Khuddai Khidmatgar was organized by [Abdul Gaffar Khan].
Abdul Gaffar Khan is famous as Seemant Gandhi.











Orange are good source of vitamin C and [vitamin B1].

Cod-liver oil has high levels of omega-3 fatty acids. Cod liver oil also contains vitamin A and [vitamin D].

Wheat germ oil- natural sources of [vitamin E]

Alfalfa -good source of Vitamin E, Vitamin C and [Vitamin K]










Teflon is a polymer of which monomers?
Tetrafluoroethylene












D. N. A. Is responsible for controlling hereditary characters of the living cells.>>>But Not R.N.A.







Ergocalciferol, also known as [vitamin D2] and calciferol, is a type of vitamin D








Retinol, also known as Vitamin A1, Xerophthalmia

Cyanocobalamin is Vitamin B12


Tocopherols are a family of vitamin E


Ergocalciferol, also known as vitamin D2












Bakelite is formed by the condensation of
 phenol and formaldehyde,









antibiotic drug?
Quinine
used to treat malaria.







Aspartame , an artificial Sweetener discovered in 1965.
Freon - used as refrigerant .

Neoprene - is an artificial rubber.

Benadryl -Anti-histamine (A histamine inhibitor. It is used to make medicines.)








Insulin is an hormone.
(It's Not a Fat, Vitamin, Carbohydrate, Protein)







Liquefied natural gas (LPG) chiefly contains butane and propane.








Soap removes grease by [Emulsification]

In emulsification, two or more immissible liquids together form a mixture.







Fat-soluble vitamins; Collected in the liver.
The liver stores vitamin A, D, E, K and B12. The first four of these are all fat soluble.







which vitamin is used as an antidote to anticoagulant poisons?
[Vitamin K] is anticoagulant drug.


Anticoagulants are medicines that help prevent blood clots.
They're given to people at a high risk of getting clots, to reduce their chances of developing serious conditions such as strokes and heart attacks.












Iodized salt contains [Free iodine and potassium iodide].









[Higgs boson] is called 'God Particle'.







[Cobalt -60] is used in the treatment of blood cancer.









 Donald Trump
Political party Republican






The Iran–Pakistan gas pipeline, also known as [Peace pipeline], or IP Gas,










India’s rank in Sustainable Development Goal Index?











United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change deals with
Greenhouse gases emissions mitigation










Nobel Prize in Literature was won by









Which country has the largest reserves of oil?
Venezuela








Sikkim State has been declared India’s first ‘Open Defecation Free State.











newest member of the Eurozone
Lithuania











The head of state of the United Kingdom is
Queen Elizabeth II







fiscal deficit target of India for current financial year 2019-20
[3.8 percent] of the GDP


For the financial year 2020-21, the fiscal deficit target has been set at 3.5 percent.









A bond through which Indian entities can raise money from foreign markets in rupees, and not in foreign currency?
Masala Bonds





 launched by the Indian Railways to avoid train accidents?
Tri-Netra System



Neeraj Kumar Gupta Committee= to boost cashless transaction.







who won Davis Cup Tennis Tournament?







 FIFA World Cup 2022 will be held in
Qatar









in terms of population in the country?
According to the 2011 census, Bihar is in the [third place] after Uttarpradesh and Maharashtra.









Kabaddi World Cup



Uber Cup Tournament?








 gyanpith Award?











** theme of Olympics ?





Kalinga’s King Kharvel was associated with:
Chedi dynasty










Chinese traveler 'Sungyun' was a Buddhist monk, who had traveled to India from [515 AD to 520 AD].









[Without cultivated forest land] was called ‘Aprahat’.











‘Diwan-E-Arj’ department was associated with [defence].







The founder of the Bahamani state was [Alauddin Hasan].










Persian traveller ‘Abdurrajjak’ came to India?
Dev Rai II







‘Jaswant and Dasawan’ famous painters
Akbar








Akhil Bhartiya Kisan Congress was founded in :
1936 AD

 by Swami sehajanand in the year 1936 AD.









 year ‘Santhal revolt’ was occurred?
1855-56 AD

sindhu and Kod Murya.











 Surendra Nath Banerjee was eliminated from Indian Civil Services?
[1874]

In the year 1874, Surendra Nath Banerjee was eliminated for a small mistake.










[Leonil Curtis] is known as father of Dyarchy.

Dyarchy, system of double government introduced by the Government of India Act (1919) for the provinces of British India.


Diarchy= government by two independent authorities (especially in India 1919–35).








title of ‘Rai Bahadur’ and ‘Khan Bahadur’
during  period of [Lord Lytton]








founder of Karnata dynasty?
[Nanyadeva]




[Harisimha] was the last King of Karnata dynasty.









author of ‘Rajaniti Ratnakara’ is
Chandesvara









The author of ‘Udwant Prakash’
Mauli Kavi












The Great Victorian Desert is located at
Australia









Coolgardie
Town in Australia
[Gold mining]










What is Particulate matter ?
Air pollutant

sum of all solid and liquid particles suspended in air.









name of mid latitude grass land in South America?
Pampas


in the U.S. Midwest, they're known as prairies.







Place          -Industry

1. Bengaluru  -Aircraft
2. Korba   -Aluminium
3. Malajkhand  -Copper








The Dravadian races are mainly confined in [South India].









The Eastern Ghats join the Western Ghats at [Nilgiri Hills].







The copper industry is established in [Khetri].








Iron ore [haematite] is mined in Bailadila.







Rudraprayag
Which river meets Alaknanda at Rudraprayag?
River Mandakini










River Tel is a tributary of
Mahanadi








There is irrigation in the area of ​​Bihar from [Triveni canal]. This canal is derived from Gandak river.





[Bhagalpur] is a silk textile producing centre in Bihar.






Vote on Account
is meant for Appropriating funds pending passing of budget.

it is interim permission of the parliament to the government to spend money.







A seat of M.P. can be declared vacant if he absents himself from the house for a continuous period of
Two months








I. Union List - 97 entries
II. State list - 66 entries
III. Concurrent list - 47 entries










Creation of a new state requires a majority for Constitutional Amendment.
[Simple]








President excercises his powers on the [aid and advice of Council of ministers]








“Ease of Doing Business Index” is prepared and published by







 improving India`s Balance of Payment position ?












Service tax was introduced in India on the recommendation of :

J. Challiah Committee









[V.K.R.V. Rao] for the first time scientifically determined National Income in India.






The percentage of decadal growth of population during 2001-2011 as per Census 2011 is [17.64].






cash crop examples

Jowar is not a cash crop.








[Maharashtra] has the largest number of Cotton Textiles Mills.








Which Tax is levied by Union and collected and appropriated by States ?
[Stamp duties]







Bank rate means
Rate of interest charged by Central Bank











Total length of National Highways in Bihar is [4595 kms].

Total length of National Highways







Per capita energy consumption in the state of

Uttar Pradesh 585
Bihar 272

All India 1122

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