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TNPSC Group 4 Model Question Paper with Detailed Answers – 1-2

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TNPSC Group 4 Model Question-1 Details:

No. of Questions : 100

Marks : 150

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51. First Green Rail Corridor was launched recently in Tamil Nadu between

a. Tiruchirappalli to Chennai

b. Nagercoil to Madurai

c. Coimbatore to Nilgiris

d. Rameshwaram to Manamadurai

 

52. The Preamble of the Indian Constitution was

a. Amended only one time

b. Amended twice once in 1951 and another in 1976

c. Amended Thrice

d. Was not amended at all

 

53. The 13th century Bakthi saint Ramanuja preached

a. Dvaita

b. Jivatma

c. Vishistadvaita

d. None of the above

 

54. The largest desert in the World is

a. Antarctica

b. Sahara

c. Gobi

d. Great Plain of North America

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55. A can do a piece of work in 20 days and B can do it in 15 days and c can finish it in 25 days, then how long will they take to complete the work?

a) 6(18/47) days

b) 12 days

c) 2(8/11) days

d) 47(6/18) days


 

56. A and B are married couple. X and Y are brothers. X is the brother of A. How is Y related to B?

a) Brother-in-Law

b) Brother

c) Son-in-law

d) Cousin


 

57. The Chera ruler who founded the famous Pattini cult was

a. Nedum Cheralathan

b. Kulashekara Varma

c. Rajashekara Varma

d. Cheran Senguttavan

 

58. The instrument used to measure the altitude of an object is

a. Ammeter

b. Altimeter

c. Anemometer

d. Audiometer

 

59. The Power of the High Court to issue Writs when Fundamental Rights of an citizen is curtailed is given under

a. Article 13

b. Article 32

c. Article 226

d. Article 326

 

60. Cellular Respiration in plants takes place as

a. Plant uses Oxygen and Produces Carbon dioxide

b. Plant uses Carbon dioxide and Produces Oxygen

c. Plant uses both Oxygen and Carbon dioxide and produces water

d. None of the above

 

61. The First session of the Indian National Congress was held at

a. Calcutta

b. Nagpur

c. Belgaum

d. Bombay

 

Directions (Q.No. 62 – 64): The six winners – K, L, M, N, O and P – of a national science contest each won a college scholarship. The prizes for first through sixth place were $30,000, $25,000, $20,000, $15,000, $10,000, and $5,000. The following information concerning the winners was released:

 

O won the $20,000 prize.

K won less money than L did.

The difference between the winnings of M and P was $5,000.

The difference between the winnings of N and P was at least $10,000

 

62. Which of the following could be the ranking, from sixth place through first place, of the six students?

a. M, P, L, O, N, K

b. N, P, M, O, K, L

c. N, M, K, O, L, P

d. M, P, K, O, N, L


 

63. If K won $10,000, how much money in total did M and P win?

a. $15,000

b. $25,000

c. $35,000

d. $55,000

 

64. If L won $25,000, which of the following must be true?

a. N won $30,000

b. K won $15,000

c. P won $15,000

d. M won $5,000


 

65. If

(i) M is brother of N;
(ii) B is brother of N; and
(iii) M is brother of D,

then which of the following statements is definitely true?

a. N is brother of B
b. N is brother of D
c. M is brother of B
d. D is brother of M

 

66. Consider ‘Thalophyta’ in the classification of Plant Kingdom

I. This is the largest group of the Plant Kingdom
II. The body of the plants in this group are not differentiated into root, stem and leaves.

Choose the correct statement

a. I only b. II Only
c. I and II d. None

 

67. The presiding officer of the Lok Sabha is Speaker. Likewise, the presiding officer (chairman) of the Rajya Sabha is

a) Speaker
b) Vice President
c) Attorney General
d) Deputy Speaker of Lok Sabha

 

68. The First Five Year Plan period in India is

a) 1947 – 1952
b) 1950 – 1955
c) 1951 – 1956
d) 1955 – 1960

 

69. In Agricultural practices, the method of Irrigation in which the water is allowed to enter the field through channels made between the two rows of crops is known as

a) Basin Irrigation
b) Drip Irrigation
c) Sprinkler Irrigation
d) Furrow Irrigation

 

70. Nishu and Archana can do a piece of work in 10 days and Nishu alone can do it in 12 days. In how many days can Archana do it alone?

a) 60 days
b) 30 days
c) 50 days
d) 45 days

 

71. The Symbol of SI Unit for “Amount of Substance” is

a) mol b. mole
c. molecular d. Cd

 

72. What will come in the place of a question mark?

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(a) 5
(b) 9
(c) 11
(d) 13

 

73. As a part of Swadeshi Movement in Tamil Nadu, V.O.Chidambaram Pillai launched the Swadeshi Steam Navigation Company in the year

a) 1905 b. 1906
c. 1907 d. 1908

 

74. The Upper House of Indian Parliament

a) Have to be reconstituted every five years by fresh election
b) Will be dissolved by the President every five years
c) Will be dissolved by the Prime Minister every five years
d) Cannot be dissolved

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75. The Highest contribution to the Indian GDP (Gross Domestic Product) at present is from

a) Primary Sector
b) Secondary Sector
c) Tertiary Sector
d) None of the above

 

76. The World’s first White Tiger Safari has been opened for public in

a) Haryana
b) Bangalore
c) Sundarbans
d) Madhya Pradesh

 

77. The point where the Earthquake waves first reaches in the surface of the Earth is known as

a) Hypocenter
b) Focus
c) Epicenter
d) None of the above

 

78. The State Animal of Tamil Nadu is

a) Elephant
b) Gaur bull
c) Cow
d) Nilgiri Tahr

 

79. Consider the following properties

I. Its main source is combustion of fuels
II. It reacts with hemoglobin in human blood and reduces the affinity of Oxygen with hemoglobin and this may lead to death.

Which Gas has the above properties?

a) Carbon monoxide
b) Carbon dioxide
c) Nitrogen oxides
d) Sulphur dioxide

 

80. The Constitution provides special status for the State of Jammu and Kashmir under

a) Article 250
b) Article 270
c) Article 350
d) Article 370

 

81. Which of the following Planet in the Solar System is nicknamed as ‘Morning Star’?

a) Mercury
b) Venus
c) Earth
d) Mars

 

82. The only surviving work of Second Sangam is

a) Tolkappiyam
b) Ettuthogai
c) Pattupattu
d) No works survived second Sangam as like first Sangam.

 

83. The ‘Bose-Einstein condensate’ State of Matter (5th state of matter) will be as

a) Super heated gaseous
b) Normal heated gaseous
c) Super cooled solids
d) Normal cooled solids

 

84. According to Buoyant force, When object is immersed in a fluid (liquid or gas), it experiences an apparent loss of weight which is equal to the

a) Weight of the Object itself
b) Weight of the Fluid
c) Combined weight of the Object and Fluid
d) None of the above

 

85. The GST includes

a) All Goods Tax only
b) All Service Tax only
c) Goods and Service Tax
d) Only Value Added Tax

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86. Mahatma Gandhi was the editor of which of the following

a) Indian Opinion
b) Harijan
c) Young India
d) All of the above

 

87. The Strength of Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly is

a) 232
b) 234
c) 235
d) 236

 

88. What is MSP in terms of Agricultural economy?

a) Maximum Scheduled Price
b) Minimum Scheduled Price
c) Maximum Support Price
d) Minimum Support Price

 

89. The recently launched book “Citizen and Society” was authored by

a) Shri Narendra Modi
b) Shri Pranab Mukerji
c) Shri Rahul Gandhi
d) Shri Hamid Ansari

 

90. The present percentage of reservation for Women in the Local body elections in Tamil Nadu is

a) 30 %
b) 33 %
c) 50 %
d) 80 %

 

91. In Rio Olympics 2016, P V Sindhu got Silver medal for Badminton women singles. The Gold medal for the same game was secured by

a) Carolina Marin (Spain)
b) Nozomi Okuhara (Japan)
c) Jung Kyung-eun (South Korea)
d) Shin Seung-chan (South Korea)

 

92. The highest peak of Tamil Nadu is

a) Doddabetta
b) Agastya mala
c) Anamudi (Anai mudi)
d) Mukurthi

 

93. What number should come in the place of question mark?
g4-1-93

(a) 18 (b) 33 (c) 135 (d) 145

 

94. In the context of administration of Mughal Empire, match the following

A. Diwan-i-Wizarat – 1. Minister for Communication
B. Diwan-i-Ariz – 2. Foreign Minister
C. Diwan-i-Rasalat – 3. Revenue and Finance
D.Diwan-i-Insha – 4. In Charge of Army

Choose the correct option

A B C D
a. 3 4 2 1
b. 3 4 1 2
c. 1 3 4 2
d. 1 3 2 4

 

95. The Home Rule League was established at Madras by Annie Besant in

a) June 1916
b) September 1916
c) June 1917
d) September 1917

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96. The Number of Spokes in the Asoka Chakra wheel of Indian Flag is

a) 20
b) 22
c) 24
d) 26

 

97. The minimum age required for a person (citizen) to be appointed as the President of India is

a) Must have completed 25 years of age
b) Must have completed 30 years of age
c) Must have completed 35 years of age
d) Must have completed 40 years of age

 

98. The Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters (Chevalier de L’Ordre Arts et Lettres) award by the French Government was honoured recently to which tamil actor?

a) Rajinikanth
b) Kamal Haasan
c) Dhanush
d) Madhavan

 

99. The Indo-Greek ruler Menander was converted to Buddhism by

a) Badrabahu
b) Nagasena
c) Amogavarsha
d) Vasumitra

 

100. The President of the Constituent Assembly which is forming the constitution of India is

a) Dr.Rajendra Prasad
b) Dr.B.R.Ambedhar
c) Jwaharlal Nehru
d) Dr.K.M.Munshi

 

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