Thursday, 31 March 2011

KPSC Excise Inspector Question Papers

1 If IUIJT means Green then what does XLSQKA mean.
(a) INDIGO (b) VIOLET (c) PURPLE (d) ORANGE

2 If Malu says "Raju's father is the only son of my father", how is Malu related to Raju:
(a) Daughter (b) Mother (c) Sister (d) None of these

3 PQSTVW—
(a) Z (b) A (c) X (d) Y


Life of RBC in human blood is:
(a) 30 days (b) 60 days (c) 120 days (d) 15 hour
5

Ratan ranked 8th from the top and 37th from the bottom in the class. How many students are there in the class:
(a) 44 (b) 46 (c) 45 (d) 43


6

Artical is to magazine as slokas is to ____
(a) Ascetic (b) Veda (c) Recite (d) Book
7

A father is twice as old as his son 20 years ago, the age of the father was 12 times the age of the son. The present age of the son is:
(a) 44 years (b) 22 years (c) 40 years (d) 20 years
8

Which river crosses the equator twice?
(a) Amazon (b) Congo (c) Nile (d) Orinoco
9

A piece of wood is floating in water. If we heat the water the piece of wood will:
(a) Increase in size (b) Rise a little
(c) Float at the same level (d) Sink a little
10

The gland, which in relation to body size is largest at birth and then gradually shrinks after puberty is:
(a) Thyroid (b) Pituitary (c) Thymus (d) Adrenal
11

In fireworks, the green flame is produced because of:
(a) Mercury (b) Barium (c) Sodium (d) Potassium
12

Which plant of the solar system spins on its axis at the fastest rate?
(a) Mercury (b) Earth (c) Jupiter (d) Saturn
13

The salient feature of Rig vedic religion was the worship of:
(a) Nature (b) Pashupati (c) Mother Goddess (d) Trimurti
14

If two equations 45 + 15 = 30, 17 + 7 = 10 are solved on the basis of a certain system. Then, 52 + 25 = ?
(a) 77 (b) 27 (c) 50 (d) 45
15

The court language of the Mughals was:
(a) Arabic (b) Persian (c) Hindustani (d) Urdu
16

World's largest producer of wool is:
(a) Australia (b) UK (c) Argentina (d) South Africa
17

Which among the following plateaus is not a desert?
(a) Sahara (b) Patagonian (c) Colorado (d) Bohemian
18

The largest lake is:
(a) Lake superior (b) Caspain sea (c) Lake Thanganika (d) lake Titicaca
19

The planet having highest number of satellites:
(a) Saturn (b) Neptune (c) Venus (d) Jupiter
20

Smallest living cell is that of a
(a) Bacterium (b) Bread mold (c) Mycoplasma (d) Virus
21

A person can swim comfortably in water. This is due to:
(a) Pascal's law (b) Archimedes principle
(c) Newton's III law (d) None of the above
22

Pencil lead is made up of
(a) Graphite (b) Charcoal (c) Lead oxide (d) Sugar charcoal
23

'Give us good mothers and I shall give you good nation'. These words were said by:
(a) Winston Churchill (b) Mahatma Gandhi
(c) Napoleon (d) Abraham Lincoln
24

To make rubber strong and bounceable, we add:
(a) Sponge (b) Sulphuric Acid (c) Sulphur (d) Petroleum jelly
25

'Zero' was invented by the:
(a) Indians (b) Arabs (c) Egyptians (d) Greeks
26

Milk tastes sour when kept in the open for sometime due to the formation of:
(a) Carbonic acid (b) Lactic acid (c) Citric acid (d) Malic acid
27

Rain drops are spherical in shape. This is due to:
(a) Viscosity of water (b) Evaporation (c) Air friction (d) Surface tension
28

Longest river of Asian continent is:
(a) Lena (b) Indus (c) Howang ho (d) Yangtze
29

Perigee and Apogee are caused due to:
(a) Moon's revolution (b) Earth's revolution
(c) Moon's rotation (d) Earth's rotation
30

Which was the building about which it was written that 'If there is an Eden of bless in the earth, it is this, nothing but this':
(a) Taj Mahal (b) Moti Masjid (c) Diwani Khaz (d) Panch Mahal
31

What is a Black Hole?
(a) Vacuum in space (b) A dying star
(c) A spot in the sun (d) A type of meteorite
32

Who is the author of the book 'My Presidential Years'?
(a) Neilam Sanjeev Reddy (b) R. Venkataraman
(c) Dr. Rajendra Prasad (d) Dr. S. Radhakrishnan
33

The sex of a child is determined by:
(a) Chromosomes of father (b) Chromosomes of mother
(c) Rh factor of parents (d) Blood group of father
34

'The council if Nine Gems' is associated with the name of :
(a) Harshavardhana (b) Devapala (c) Chandragupta II (d) Bellala Sena
35

Mixing up of molecules of different gases is called:
(a) Dispersion (b) Diffusion (c) Drifting (d) Osmosis
36

An object weighs maximum in:
(a) Air (b) Water (c) Hydrogen (d) Vacuum
37

Railway was first introduced in India by:
(a) Lord Curzon (b) Lord Mountbatten (c) Lord Dalhousie (d) Lord Bentinc
38

'Gobar gas' contains mainly:
(a) Methane (b) Carbon-dioxide (c) Acetylene (d) Ethylene
39

By the use of which of the following types of lens can myopia be corrected
(a) Biconcave (b) Concave (c) Convex (d) Plano-concave
40

Who among the following was associated with the ancient system of medicine?
(a) Bhaskara (b) Kalhana (c) Somadeva (d) Charaka
41

Which of the following cities are connected by National Highway No.1?
(a) Mumbai to Delhi (b) Delhi to Chennai
(c) Delhi to Amritsar (d) Jaipur to Delhi
42

When a moving bus stops suddenly, the passengers and pushed forward because of the:
(a) Friction between earth and bus
(b) Friction between passengers and earth
(c) Inertia of the passengers
(d) Inertia of the bus
43

Oil refineries are located in all the following States, Except:
(a) Andhrapradesh (b) Kerala (c) Madhyapradesh (d) Tamilnadu
44

Vande Mataram was taken from:
(a) Rajatharangini (b) Anada Math (c) Akbar Nama (d) Akbarkosha
45

'Dome of the Rock', a monument in Jerusalem is held sacred by the:
(a) Muslims (b) Christians (c) Jews (d) Zoroastrians
46

What is the folk dance of Meghalaya?
(a) Nati (b) Bamboo dance (c) Loho (d) None of these
47

Ajanta Paintings depict sences from the:
(a) Ramayana (b) Mahabharata (c) Jatakas (d) Upanishads
48

Who is the author of 'A Passage to England'?
(a) E. M. Forster (b) Nirad C. Chaudhuri
(c) G.B Shaw (d) Winston Churchill
49

2004 Olympic Games will be held in:
(a) Sydney (b) Berlin (c) Athens (d) Barcelona
50

Cattle-bone power is used as fertiliser since it is rich in:
(a) Nitrogen (b) Chloride (c) Sodium (d) Phosphorus
51

Nasik is situated on the banks of river:
(a) Godavari (b) Narmada (c) Tapti (d) Ganga
52

The unit of currency used in Germany is:
(a) Yen (b) Peso (c) Mark (d) Russia
53

Which one of the following is not a fundamental right?
(a) Right against exploitation (b) Right to equality
(c) Right to freedom of religion (d) Right to property
54

The second largest island in the world is:
(a) Bornes (b) Madagascar (c) New Guinea (d) Greenland
55

Ferozabad in UP is famous for its:
(a) Leather industry (b) Glass industry
(c) Rubber industry (d) Cotton industry


(55 × 1 = 55 marks)


Part II (Essays) (45 marks)


Write essays on any three of the following topics. No essay should exceed 600 words. Each essay carry 15 marks
56

National Integration
57

Equality for women
58

Environmental Pollution
59

Corruption in Public Life
60

India in 2002 AD
61

Advantages and disadvantages of television
62

Functioning of Grama Sabha
63

International Terrorism
64

Functions of NABARD

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