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GROUP I

QUESTION PATTERN & QUALIFICATION

MODEL QUESTION PAPER

GROUP II

QUESTION PATTERN & QUALIFICATION

MODEL QUESTION PAPER

* GENTRAL KNOWIEDGE
* GENTREL ENGLISH
* GENTRAL TAMIL

GROUP IV
QUESTION PATTERN & QUALIFICATION

MODEL QUESTION PAPER

* GENTRAL KNOWIEDGE
* GENTREL ENGLISH
* GENTRAL TAMIL
glorious past of 75 years. During 1923, the
commission had recommended setting way of a
central public service commission in India, (but it not
give much through of the need)
Group I (Two Stage)
Stage I:      Preliminary exam
Stage II:     Main exam
Qualification: Any Degree
(Standard : Degree level subject)

AIM
TNPSC GROUP -1

(PRELIMINARY EXAM)
GENERAL KNOWLEDGE
1) What is the sum of all prime numbers between 100 and 200?
a) 424 b) 533 c) 648 d) 650
2) The smallest number which when diminished by 3 is divisible by 21, 28,
36 and 45
Is
a) 420 b) 1257 c) 1260 d) 1263
3) The radio of three numbers is 35: 55: 77 and their HCF are 24. Then the
numbers
Are
a) 420,660, 924 b) 280,440,616 c) 840, 1320, 1848 d)
105,165,231
4) There are 60 students in a class. In an examination 75% of them had
failed in
English and 45% of them had failed in science. How many had failed both
in
English and science?
a) 5 b) 6 c) 8 d) 12
5) The average of the first five prime numbers is
a) 5.0 b) 5.2 c) 5.6 d) 6.0
6) A sum amounts to Rs. 1,352 in 2 years at 4% compound interest . The
sum is
a) Rs. 1,300 b) Rs. 1,200 c) Rs. 1,250 d) Rs. 1,260
7) The speed of a boat in still water is 15km/hr and the speed of current is 3
km/hr .
The distance traveled downstream in 12 minutes is
a) 3.6 km b) 2.4 km c) 1.5 km d) 1.8 km
8) Gold is 19 times as heavy as water and copper is 9 times as heavy as
water . The
Ratio, in which the two metals should be mixed, so that the mixture is 15
times as
Heavy as water, is
a) 1:2 b) 2:3 c) 3:2 d) 19:135
9) If 3 men and 4 boys can do a work in 8 days while 4 men and 4 boys can
do that
work in 6 days, then 2 men and 4 boys will finish it in
a) 10 days b) 12 days c) 15 days d) 16 days

10) If same patterns of operations are followed in all the three diagrams given
below,
then the missing number is         2                            3
6                                            0                       3
1                   5                                   5
2
131                                 248                    ?

2                                                   8
3        4                 4                         7                     1
A                         B         6               C    9

a) 320 b) 274 c) 262 d) 132
11) Which one of the following is correctly matched?
a) Geographical classification - Value based data
b) Chronological classification Ŕ Time series data
c) Quantitative classification - Area wise data
d) Qualitative classification - yearly data
12) Which one of the following is correctly matched?
a) FORTRAN             Ŕ Typing a text
b) COBOL                - Mathematical calculations
c) WORDSTAR             - Business calculations
d) EXCEL               - Tabulation
13) Match List I with List II correctly and select your answer using the codes
given
below:
List I                           List II
a)    Respondents                    -       1) person collecting
information
b)    Primary data                   -       2) Person giving information
c)    Enumerator                     -        3) Collection data
d)    Census                         -       4) First hand information
14) If P(A) = 0.6 and P(B) =0.5, then which one of the following is correct ?
a) A and B are mutually exclusive events
b) A and B are not mutually exclusive events
c) A and B are complementary events
d) None of these
15) How many prime numbers are there in between 10 and 30 ?
a) 7     b) 4 c) 5 d ) 6
16) In computers, 1 KB and 1 MB are respectively equal to
a) 1000 bytes and 100 kilobytes      b) 1024 bytes and 1000
kilobytes
c) 1000 bytes and 10000 kilobytes d) 1024 bytes and 100
kilobytes

17) The sum of the ages of A and B is now 110 years and their ages 20 years
Ago were in the ratio of 4:3. The age of A is
a) 60 b) 55 c) 50 d) 35
18) X= ¼ y and y = 1/5 z then x: y: z is equal to
a) 1:4:5 b) 4:1:5 c) 1:5:4 d) 1:4:20
19) The students in three classes are in the ratio 2:3:5. If 40 students are
increased in
each class the ratio changes to 4:5:7. Originally, the total number of
student was
a) 100 b)180 c) 200 d) 400
20) Which one of the following is correctly matched?
a) 123.5 - Variable
b) GOD - Constant
c) A+B - Expression
d) A+5.0 - Logical constant
21) Which was the port town of the Indus valley Civilization?
a) Lothal b) Kalibangan c) Ropar d) Mohenjodaro
22) The main focus of the RigVedic culture was
a) the Indo-Gangetic Valley b) the Punjab and Delhi region c) the India
Valley
d) the region between the swat and the Indus.

23) Consider the following statements:
Assertion (A) : Curzon Partitioned Bengal in 1905
Reason R        : He wanted to destroy nationalistic unity.
None select your answer according to the coding scheme given
below:
a)Both (A) and (R) are correct and (R) is the explanation of (A)
b)(A) is correct, but (R ) is wrong .
c)Both (A) and (R) are correct, but (R ) is not correct explanation of
(A)
d) Both (A) and (R ) are wrong.
24) Consider the following statements:
Assertion (A): Hiuen Tsang came India during Harsha‟s rule.
Reason (R) : His main objective was to vist Buddhist shrines.
a) Both (A) and (R ) are correct and (R) is the correct explanation of (A)
b) Both (A) and (R ) are correct but (R) is not the correct explanation of
(A)
c) (A) is correct, but (R ) is wrong
d) Both (A) and (R ) is wrong
25) Who Wrote „Ananda Math‟?
a) Rabindranath Tagore b) Bankim Chandra Chhattopodhyaya
c) Aurobindo                 d) Madhusudan Dutta.

26) Match List I with List II correctly and select your answer using the codes
given
below:
List I                              List II
President of Congress                     Place and year
a) George Yule                          1) Allahabad, 1888
b) Dr. R.C. Dutta                       2) Luck now, 1899
c) Annie Bezant                         3) Calcutta, 1917
d) Sarojini Naidu                       4) Kanpur, 1928.
Codes:
a      b c d
a)      2 3 4 1
b)      1 2 3 4
c)      1 3 4 2
d)      2 4 3 1
27) The British received Permission to establish their company in India from
a) Akbar B) Jahangir c) Shahjahan d) Aurangzeb
28) When did the „Chauri Chaura „incident take place?
a) 1920 b) 1923 c) 1922 d) 1921
29) During the Sangam Age, war was usually declared or provoked by
a) Cutting the tutelary tree of the enemy
b) Lifting the cattle of the enemy
c) Besieging the enemy‟s fort
d) Crushing the crops of the enemy‟s territory under the feet of
elephants.
30) When was the Madras Mahajana Sabha formed?
a) 1883 b) 1882 c) 1884 d) 1886
31) The population of Tamil Nadu was (as per 2001 census)
a) 62.4 million b) 60.3 million      c) 64.4 million d) 61.5
million
32) In literacy among the all states in India. Tamil Nadu occupies which
position?
a) Ninth position b) Seventh position c) Thirteenth position d)
Tenth
Position
33) Which committee has recommended the establishment of National Co-
operative
Bank of India?
a) Narasimhan Committee b) A.M. Kuusro Committee c) Indian Co-
operative
Committee d) Rangarajan Committee
34) The RBI was inaugurated in April 1935 with a share capital of
a) 15 crores b) 5 crores c) 10 crores d) 7 crores
35) The UTI was formally established in
a) February ,1974 b) February 1964 c) March 1970 d) December
1960
36) The Million Wells Scheme was launched as a sub- scheme for
a) Jawahar Gram Samriddhi yojana
b) Swarna jayanti Gram Swarojgar yojana
c) National Rural Employment programme
d) Employment Guarantee scheme
37) Dr. L.C. Gupta Committee was appointed to look onto the working of
a) Stock exchange b) Insurance Companies c) Commercial banks
d) Development finance institution

38) Under which Provision of the Article of the Constitution, the president
required to
appoint Finance Commission ?
a) Article 320 b) Article 280 c) Article 356 d) Article 325
39) The industrial tribunals are consisted of a person of the rank of
a) Supreme Court judge b) Chief justice Supreme court c) High
Court judge
d) Sessions Court judge
40) The oldest scale industry in India is
a) Iron and steel industry   b) Cotton textile industry   c) Jute
industry
d) Paper industry
41) The green Revolution came on the scene around
a) mid 1960 b) mid 1950 c) mid 1970 d) mid 1980
42) Demographic pressure acts as a push factor in
a) migration b) Financial assistance c) economic growth d)
none
43) Dr. Raja j. Chelliah Tax Reforms Committee was set up in
a) August, 1990 b) September, 1992 c) August, 1991 d) June 1993
44) When was the New Industrial Policy announced?
a) July 1991 b) June 1992 c) October 1996 d) January 1994
45) The incidence of poverty can be computed from
a) NAS data on national accounts
b) NSS data on consumption of expenditure
c) Both (A) and (B)          d) None
46) The world conference on Human Environment was held on
a) 1970 b) 1972 c) 1981 d) 1985
47) The Central Pollution Control Board was set up in the year
a) 1989 b) 1985 c) 1981 d) 1991
48) The wild Life Protection Act was formulated in the year
a) 1970 b) 1972 c) 1990 d) 1986
49) In Tamil Nadu, the district with highest density of population is (as per
2001
Censue)
a) Kanniyakumari b) Thiruvalluvar c) Cuddalore d) Vellore
50) In population among the all states in India , Tamil Nadu Occupies the
a) sixth position b) third position c) tenth position d) fifth
position
51) Match List I with List II correctly and select your answer using the codes
given
below:
List I                                    List II
a) Executive authority of the President        1) Article 56
b) Tenure of the president                     2) Article 55
c) Election of the president                    3) Article 61
d) Impeachment of the President                 4) Article 53
5) Article 54
Codes:
a b c d
A)   4   1   5    3
B)   4   2   1    5
C)   4   1   2    3
D)   4   5   3    2

52) Arrange the following items in chronological order:
A) CBI, ESMA, SSC, CAT             B) ESMA, CBI, CAT, SSC,
C) CAT, SSC, ESMA, CBI             D) CBI, CAT, SSC, ESMA
53) Match List I with List II correctly and select your answer using the codes
given
Below:

List I                                     List II
A)   Union List                     1) Criminal law and
procedure
B)   State List                     2) Defence
C)   Concurrent List                3) Public order and
police
Codes:
A b         c
A)      1 2       3
B)      2 1       3
C)      2 3       1
D)       3 2       1
54) New education scheme 10+2+3 was introduce by
a) British India b) Congress c) DMK d) AIADMK
55) In which year was South Indian Liberal Federation formed?
a) 1914 b) 1915 c) 1916 d) 1917
56) In the year 1974 which of the following Governments passed state
autonomy
Resolution?
a) Jammu and Kashmir b) Bihar c) Uttar Pradesh d) Tamil Nadu
57) The total strength of Rajya sabha in Tamil Nadu is:
a) 12 b) 14 c) 16 d) 18
58) Who was introduced the Kulakallavi scheme in Tamil Nadu?
a) Rajaji b) Ramaswamy c) Kamaraj d) Jayalalitha
59) How many reserved Parlimentary constitutes are there in Tamil Nadu?
a) 4 b) 5 c) 6 d) None
60) In the year 1926
a) Justice party formed its ministry
b) All India Congress meeting was held in Madras
c) Dravidian Tamil weekly was started
d) None
61) Which of the following is incorrectly matched?
a) Equality of opportunity                 art 16
b) Right to association                    art 19
c) Right to protection of life and liberty art 22
d) Right against exploitation              art 24
62) How many times the preamble of the Constitution of India has been
amended?
a) Once b) Twice c) Thrice           d) Never

63) Match List I with List II correctly and select your answer using the codes
given
Below:

List I                                     List II
a) Modernization of civil service                1) Wellesley
b) Recruitment of civil servants                  2) Atckison
c) Training of civil servants                     3) Cornwallis
d) Classification of civil service                4) Macaulay
Codes:
a b c d
A)        2 3 4 1
B)        3 4 1 2
C)        4 3 2 1
D)        1 2 3 4
64) The strength of Legislative Council members shall not be less than
a) 50 b) 25 c) 40 d) 30
65) The Emergency Provisions of the Constitution of India was Borrowed from
a) Government of India Act. 1935 b) USSR c) USA d) Weimar
Constitution
Of Germany
66) Indian Federalism is
a) Centralized federation b) Pure federation c) decentralized
federation
d) None
67) The final work of UPSC in recruitment process is
a) Selection b) appointment c) certification d) placement
68) Directive Principles of State Policy were incorporated in the Constitution with
a view
to
a) Ensure Democratic Government b) establish welfare state
c) Raise the living standard of weaker sections d) provide a strong
State
Government
69) Panchayat Raj institutions depend for funds mainly on
a) Local taxes b) Property taxes c) Government finance d)
Special
Taxes
70) In which year for the first time was no-confidence motion moved in the
Parliament?
a) 1960 b) 1963 c) 1964 d) 1967
71) ----- Was the primary food of the Indus valley people
a) Rice b) wheat c) Corn d) Millets
72) The earliest mention of medicine occurs in which of the following Vedas?
a) Rig b) Sama c) Yajur D) Atharva
73) Ashrams or four stages of life came to be well established during which
period?
a) Pre- Vedic pried      b) Rig Vedic period c) Later Vedic period d)
None
74) What does the Rigveda contain?
a) Collection of prayers b) Collection of stories and events c)
Collection of a
Chronological sequence of dynasties       d) Collection of magic rituals.

75)   Which among the following geographical areas was not inhabited by the
early
Aryans
a) Baluchistan b) Eastern Afghanistan c) Punjab d) Fringes of
western Uttar
76) The root cause for all sufferings of mankind according to the perching of
Buddha is
a) Anger b) lust c) pride d) desire
77)    The basic social organization of the rig Vedic people was
a) Matriarchal family b) Patriarchal family c) Both Matriarchal and
Patriarchal
Families d) None
78) Sangam literature was written in
a) Avadhi       b) Tamil c) Maithili d) Malayalam
79) “Mandiram Avathu Neeru” the song was written by
a) Thirumoolar B) Ghana Sam Bandar c) Kannappar
d) Mangayarkarasiyar
80) The pallava rules believed in
a) Jainism b) Buddhism c) Hinduism d) shaivam
81) Kulothuga II was also called
a) Gangaikonda chola b) Sungam Thavirtha chola c) Krimikanta
chola b)
Mummudi konda chola
82) Which one of the following is not known to Mesopotamian civilization?
a) Gold and silver b) copper c) Bronze d) iron
83) The pottery of India valley civilization is
a) Grey ware b) Black on red ware c) Northern black polished
ware
d) Black and red ware
84) Who was the founder of Navavidhan Samaj?
a) Devendra nath b) Navin Chandra Rai c) Keshav Chandra
Sen d)
P.C. Majumdar
85) Who was the first Director of Archaeology?
a) Dr. Hultz b) Alexander Cunningham c) Fergusson d)
Marshall
86) Iron was first introduced in India by
A) Aryans b) Dravidians c) Persians d) Sumerians
87) Who was the first Indian elected for the British Parliament?
a) Dadabhai Naoroji b) C.R. das c) W.C. Bonnerjee d) Jawaharlal
Nehru
88) The India valley Civilization was specialized in
a) Town planning b) architecture c) craftsmanship d) all of these
89) Which God was worshipped by the Indus Valley people?
a) Indra b) Varuna c) Vishnu d) None of these
90) The Indus valley people imported from abroad
a) Wheat b) wine c) silver d) silk
91) The Qatari system was introduced by
a) Balban b) Aibek c) IItutmish d) Alauddin khilji
92)    Which of the following is wrongly matched?
a) Mesolithic period           - Microlithic industry
b) Paleolithic Period          - Wandering life
c) Neolithic Period            - Settled life
d) Chacolothic                 - Food producing stage

93) Which on of the following does not belong to the “Three Ratnas” of
Jainism?
a) Full knowledge b) Meditation c) Good action d) Liberation
94) Who of the following attended all the three Round Table Conferences?
a) B.R. Ambedkar b) M.M Malaviya c) M.K. Gandhi d) V.S.
Srinivasa
Sastri
95) Which stories were explained in Ajanta Paintings?
a) Ramayana b) Mahabharata c) Pancha Tantram d) Jataka stories
96) Identify the correct order in which Europeans came to India.
a) Portuguese, Dutch, English, French        b) Dutch, English,
Portuguese,
French c) English, Dutch, French, Portuguese d) French,
Portuguese,
English, Dutch
97) Match List I with List II correctly and select your answer using the codes
given
below:

List I                                      List II
Work of Mahayana                              Dealing with
a) Sanharmapundarika                               1) divine grace
b) Vajrachedika                                     2) Heaven
c) Sukhavati vyuha                                  3) Conduct
d) Karanda vyuha                                    4) metaphysics
Codes:
A    b c d
A) 2     1 3 4
B) 3     4 2 1
C) 3     1 4 2
D) 4     3 2 1

98)    Consider the following Statements:
Assertion (A): Buddhism does not accept the theory of Karma.
Reason (R) : It does not accept the existence of permanent self.
Now select your answer according to the coding scheme given below:
A) Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of
(A)
B) Both (A) and (R) are true but (R) is not the correct explanation
of (A)
c) (A) is true, but (R) is false
d) (A) is false, but (R) is true.
99) Kamala BAL Charitiram was written by
A) Vedanayakam Pillai B) Lakshmi c) Rajam iyer d)
Sivashankari
100) Manimekalai was written by
a) Tolkappiyar b) Kabilar c) Elangodigal d) Sittalai Sattanar

101)   Match List I with List II correctly and select your answer using the codes
given
Below:

List   I                                    List II

a) Kant                               1) Climatic Classification
b) Thornthwaite                       2) cycle of erosion
c)    Whittles Ely                     3) origin of the earth
d)    Penck                            4) agricultural typology.
Codes:
A b c d
A)     3 1 4 2
B)     1     2 3 4
C)     2 3 4 1
D)     4 1 2 3
102)   consider the following Statements:
Assertion (A): Tea and coffee are both grown in the Nilgiri hills.
Reason (R) : Both crops need simlar condition for growth.
Now select your answer according to the coding scheme given
below:
a) (A) and (R) are true.
b) Both (A) and (R) are true, but (R) is not the correct explanation
of (A)
C) (A) is true but (R) is false
D) (A) is false, but (R) is true

103)     Which National Highway connects Agra and Mumbai?
a) NH 1 b) NH 7 c) NH 3 d) NH 5
104)     International Literacy Day is Celebrated on
a) October 8 b) September 8 c) August 8 d) December 8
105)      the oldest oil refinery of India is
a) Haldia     b) Digboi c) Barauni d) Cochin
106)     Tidal Park in Chennai was formed by TIDCO and
a) Elcot b) Sathyam c) Polaris d) TCS
107)     Theni District was bifurcated from Madurai on
a) 1996 b) 1997 c) 1998 d) 1999
108)    Match List I with List II correctly and select your answer using the codes
given
Below:

List I                        List II
Sanctuaries                       Districts
a) Vedanthangal                   1) Tanjore
b) Kalakadu                       2) Nilgiri
c) Mukurthi                       3) Tirunelveli
d) Vadur                          4) Kancheepuram

109)     Dharmapuri district is known for ----- in Tamil nadu,

a) Granite b) Quartz c) Limestone d) Iron ore
110)    which is the South Indian Oxford of Tamil Nadu?
a) Salem b) Kanniyakumari c) Tirunelveli     d) Tuticorin

111) which part of the Himalayas has the maximum stretch from east to west?
A) Kumaun Himalayas          b) Himalayas Assam c) Himalayas
Punjap
d) Himalayas Nepal
112) consider the following Statements:

Assertion (A): Soils in hund tropical regions lack humus.
Reason (R): Heavy precipitation causes leaching humus.
Now select your answer according to the coding scheme given
below:
A) Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of
(A)
B) Both (A) and (R) are true but (R) is not the correct explanation
of (A)
c) (A) is true, but (R) is false
d) (A) is false, but (R) is true.
113) which of the following rives flows between the Satpuras and the Vindhyas?
a) Godavari b) Gandak c) Tapti d) Narmada
114) the boundary between Germany and Poland is called
A) Hindeberg Line B) Maginot Line c) Durand Line d) 17th Parallel
115) Ahamedabad town is located on the river
a) Sabarmati b) Mahanadi c) Gangotri d) kaveri
116) the term „NIFE‟ refers to
a) Earthquakes b) Core of the earth c) Crust of the earth d)
Ocean floor
117) the length of India‟s coast line is about
a) 7516.6 km b) 7500. 5 km c) 7000 km d) 6100 km
118) What is meant by „reserved forest „ ?
a) A forest reserved exclusively for grazing b) A forest reserved for
hunting
c) A forest reserved for commercial exploitation with restrictions on
grazing
d) A forest reserved for the use of tribal people
119) Arrange the states in ascending order in terms of sex ratio (2001) :
1) Tripura      2) Uttaranchal 3) Sikkim 4) Rajasthan
Codes:
A) 3 2 4 1
B) 1 3 2 4
C) 2 1 3 4
D) 3 1 2 4
120) arrange the following states in descending order on the basis of area:
1) Andhra Pradesh 2) Gujarat 3) Bihar 4) Assam
121) what were the animals found in the most of the ancient forts for
protection?
A) Lion b) Tigar c) House d) Crocodile

122) Where is the Veterinary University in Tamil Nadu Located?
A) Madurai b) Coimbatore c) Trichy d) Chennai
123) Parambikulam project is located in ------ district.
a) Periyar b) Coimbatore c) Ooty d) Karur
124) Tuticorin is famous for
a) Spic Fertilizer Industry B) Iron and steel Industry c) Aluminium
Industry
d) Machine Tool Industry
125) Gokula Krishnan Commission Was appointed to probe into
a) Caste clashes in Tamil Nadu
b) Coimbator blast     c) Study the Dalit‟s situation in Tamilnadu
d) None of these
126) the first Tamil Nadu Chief Minister to be awarded Bjarat Ratna is
A) C.N. Annadurai b) M.G. Ramachandran c) C. Rajagopalachari d)
Baktavachalam
127) The Pykara Scheme of Tamil Nadu is in ----------- district
a) Salem b) Periyar c) Nilgiri d) Kanniyakumari
128) Which Tamil nationalist published a literary magazine called “BAL Bharathi”
A) Subramanya Bharati            b) Subramanya Siva
c) V.O.C        d) V.V.S Iyer.
129) Match List I with List II correctly and select your answer using the codes
given
Below:

List I                                      List II
a) Pattinapakkam                        1) the morning bazaar
b) Maruvurpakkam                        2) the residential area
c) Nalangadi                            3) the evening bazaar
d) Allangadi                            4) Coastal area with its harbour
130)    who assassinated Ashe, the District Collector of Thirunelveli?
A) V.V.S. Iyer b) Vanchi iyer c) V.S. Srinivasa Satry d) S. Srinivasa
Iyengar.
131)   what is the correct expansion of the abbreviation of WTO?
a) World Textile World b) World trade World c) World Trusteeship World
d) World Transport World
132) the important parts during the Sangam Age were?
1) Kaveripattinam 2) Madurai 3) Arikamedu 4) Kapatapuram 5)
Musiri
Of these
a) 1, 2, and 4 b) 1, 2, and 3 c) 1, 3, and 4 d) 2
133) at present the maximum strength of Lok Sabha is
a) 545 members b) 555 members c) 565 members d) 575
members
134) Human Rights Day is observed on
a) April 10th b) June 10th c) September 10th d) December 10th
135) In which of the following places three oceans merge together?
a) Chennai b) Rameshwaram c)Kanniyakumari d) Tuticorin

136) Match List I with List II correctly and select your answer using the codes
given
below:

List I                                       List II
A) Bharat Heavy electrical                    1) Kalpakkam
b) Defence Research Laboratory                 2) Bangalore
c) Indian Space Research Organization          3) Trichy
d) Automatic Power plant                       4) Hyderabad
Codes:
A      b      c     d
A) 4      3      1      2
B) 3      4      1      2
C) 2       3      4      1
D) 3      4      2      1
137) which of the following is not situated in Tuticorin?
a) Chemical Industry b) Fertilizer Industry c) Nuclear power station
d)
Thermal power station
138) which of the following is not related to Neyveli?
a) Coal b) Electricity c) Lignite d) Urea
139) Match List I with List II correctly and select your answer using the codes
given
Below:

List   I                                   List II
a) Banana tree                                  1) Ornamental
purpose
b) Acacia tree                                  2) Festival purpose
c) Teak tree                                     3) fuel Purpose
d) Polyalthia                                   4) Timber purpose
Codes:
A      b c d
A) 3 1 2           4
B) 4 3 2           1
C) 2       3 4      1
D) 1        2 3      4
140)      Traditional medicinal plant used for the treatment of Jaundice in Tamil
a) Mango b) Arasu c) Vembu d) keelanalli
141)   the controller of Insurance is at present
a) Finance Secretary b) Deputy Governor, RBI c) Chairman,
GIC d)
Chairman, IRDA
142)   At present the expenditure on Government (both General and State) as
a
Percentage of GDP is
a) 5% b) 17% c) 24% d) 30%
143) the sex ratio of India as per 2001 Census was
a) 935 b) 929 c) 933 d) 930
144) The State which has the lowest record of Infant Mortality Rate is
145) ------- Was Hindu religious leader
a) Vivekananda b) Varahamitra c) Valmiki d) Tarabai
146) which is the International Year of Rice?
a) 2001 b) 2003 c) 2004 d) 2005
147) the founder of the Newspaper, „The Hindu‟ was
a) S. Subramania Iyer b) Kasturi Ranga Iyengar c) S.Satyamurty d)
T.K.
148) which of the following countries of the European Union has not adopted
the
Single currency Euro?
a) France b) U.K. c) Germany d) Spain
149) who has written the book “Big Egos, Small Men”?
A) Narasimha Rao b) Ram jethmalani           c) Soli Sorabjee    d) T. N.
Seshan
150) 93rd Constitutional Amendment deals with
a) Size of the ministry b) Separate commission for SC c) Compulsory
education
For the children d) reservation in higher education
151) Credit for starting space Science Research in India goes to
a) Homi j. bhaba b) V. Sarabai c) C.V. Raman d) S.S. Bhatnagr
152) consider the following Statements:
Assertion (A): the space shuttle in which Kalpana Chawla, the Indian
born
American Scientist traveled, when reentered into the
Earth
Atmosphere was brunt.
Reason (R): The space shuttle had the nose cap (made of ceramics)
Damaged.

Now select your answer according to the coding scheme given below:
a) (A) and (R) are not correct b) (A) is correct, but (R) is not
correct
c) (A) and (R) are correct, and (R) is the correct explanation.
d) (A) and (R) are correct, but (R) is not the correct explanation
153) which the following is not correct?
Mixing of alcohol with petrol
a) Saves foreign exchange b) is ecofriendly c) Supports sugar
industry d)
Prevents the possibility of adulteration
154) Uranium enrichment is concerned with
a) Cuba b) Israel c) Iran d) South Korea
155) the plant which possesses „ant cancerous” activity is
a) Seetha b) Polyalthia c) Teak d) Murungai
156) the marine algae commercially exploited for the production of agar is
a) Sargassum b) Gracilaria c) Laminaria d) Caulerpa
157) In India AIDS was first reported in
a) 1932 b) 1986 c) 1990 d) 1992
158) Biologists celebrated ever year 5th June as
a) World Water Day b) World Environment Day c) W.H.O Day d)
World
Population Day
159) which of the following diagrams correctly represents elephants, dogs and
animals?
A                                b)                       c)
d)

X     y z
160) a=b, b=c, c= a then xyz is equal to
a) 1 b) 0 c) -1 d) None
161) Pituitary gland is situated in
a) The neck b) The base of the heart c) the base of the brain d) the
abdomen
162) Red colour to the blood is given by
a) Hemoglobin b) albumin c) gamma globulin d) myoglobin
163) Sexual characters in female are controlled by
a) Progesterone b) Estrogen c) Testosterone d) Aldosterone
164) a cross between hybrid and either of any parent (document or re
recessive) is
Called
a) Monohybrid crosses b) Back cross c) Test cross d) Dihybrid
cross
165) identical twins are produced when
a) One sperm is fertilized with two eggs b) one egg is fertilized with
two sperms
c) One fertilized egg is divided into two blastomers and separated
d) Two eggs are fertilized with two sperms
166) in human 47 number of chromosomes (22A+xxy) is resulted in
a) Down‟s Syndrome b) klinefelter‟s syndrome c) Turner‟s syndrome
d)
Edward‟s syndrome
167) which vaccine should be given to the newborn within 15 days of birth?
a) „O‟ Polio b) DPT c) MMR vaccine d) Measles vaccine
168) Match List I with List II correctly and select your answer using the codes
given
Below:

List   I                            List II
a) A.B.O blood group                   1) Example for point mutation
b) Bald head in man                    2) Dihybrid cross
c) Sickle cell anaemia                 3) Multiple alleles
d) Independent assortment              4) Sex influenced genes
Codes:
A     b c d
A)      4 3 2 1
B)      3 4 1 2
C)       2 1 4 3
D)      1 2 3 4

169) consider the following Statements:
b) ADH is secreted by infundibulum
c) ADH is secreted by neurohypophysis
d) ADH is secreted by Pineal gland
Of the statements:
a) (I) and (ii) are correct b) (ii) alone is correct c) (iii) alone is
correct
D) (I), (ii) and (iii) are correct.
170) consider the following Statements:
Assertion (A): The sperm contains centriole in the neck
Reason (R): Certrioles are important for sperm count
Now select your answer according to the coding scheme given
below:
A) Both (A) and (R) are false         b) (A) is true, but (R) is
false
c) Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct reason
d) Both (A) and (R) are true, but (R) is not correct reason
171) which of the following is the chief component of fungal cell wall?
a) Mucopolysaccharide b) Cellulose c) @-D- giucopyranose d)
none
172) which of the following is correctly matched?
a) Maltose         - Disaccharides
b) Fructose - Hexose sugar
c) Cellulose - Structural Polysaccharide
d) All of these
173) Natural lipids are readily soluble in
a) Oil b) water c) mercury d) none
174) the number of ATP molecules yield from 2 NADH2 molecule is
a) 3 b) 4 c) 6 d) 12
175) consider the following Statements:
Assertion (A): Nitrogen plays an important role in growth metabolism,
heredity
And respiration
Reason (R): It suppressed formation of flowers
Now select your answer according to the coding scheme given below:

A) Both (A) and (R ) are true and (R ) is the correct explanation of (A )
B) Both (A) and (R ) are true but (R ) is not the correct explanation of
(A)
c) (A) is true, but (R ) is false     d) (A) is false, but (R )is true.
176) consider the following Statements:
Assertion (A): The Primary physiological effects of auxin in plants
is to
Stimulate
The „elongation of cells is shoots‟
Reason (R): Dormancy of buds can be broken by auxin
treatment
Now select your answer according to the coding scheme given
below:
A) Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of (A)
B) Both (A) and (R) are true but (R) is not the correct explanation of
(A)
c) (A) is true, but (R) is false
d) (A) is false, but (R) is true.
177) consider the following Statements:
Assertion (A): Green vegetables soyabean oil, etc, are chief
sources of
Vitamin K.
Reason (R) : Vitamin K prevents erosion of the skin in higher
animals.
Now select your answer according to the coding scheme given
below:
A) Both (A) and (R ) are true and (R ) is the correct explanation
of (A )
B) Both (A) and (R ) are true but (R ) is not the correct
explanation of (A)
c)    ( A) is true, but (R ) is false
d)    (A) is false, but (R )is true.

178) the cell responsible for fixing atmosphere nitrogen in blue green algae is
a) Akinetes b) Heterocysts c) Aplanospores d)
Parthenospores
179) the synthesis of glucose from fat is called?
A) Glycolysis b) T.C. A c) Gluconeogenesis d) Saponification
180) which one of the following is not correctly matched?
A) Vitamin „A‟ - Fat soluble
B) Vitamin C -Water soluble
C) Vitamin B -Water soluble
D) Vitamin D -Water soluble
181) Drinking Soda is
a) Neutral b) Amphoteric c) basic d) acidic
182) which of the following is found in kindly stone?
a) Ammonium Oxalate b) Calcium Oxalate c) Potassium
Oxalate
d) Sodium Oxalate
183) which of the following is a laughing gas?
a) Carbon monoxide b) Carbon dioxide c) Nitrous oxide
d) Sulphur dioxide
184) Coating of zinc over iron article is known as
a) Galvanization b) Electroplating c) Electro refining d) Etching
185) Tincture of iodine is
a) Iodine b) Iodine and iodoform c) Iodine and potassium iodide d)
iodoform
186) the protein content is of the order
a) Soyabean> egg yolk> rice b) egg yolk > Soyabean> rice
c) Egg yolk> rice > Soyabean d) Soyabean> rice > egg yolk
187) which one of the following is correctly matched?
a) Liquid gold - Lead
b) Liquid Silver Ŕ Mercury
c) Aqua regia - Silver
d) Green Silver Ŕ Copper

188)   Match List I with List II correctly and select your answer using the codes
given
Below:
List I                                      List II
a) Lead tetraethyl                             1) Global warming
b) Liquid hydrogen                             2) Antiknocking agent
c) Hydrogen peroxide                            3) Rocket fuel
d) Carbon dioxide                               4) Bleaching agent

Codes:
A     b   c   d
A)     2 1      3   4
B)     1 3      2   4
C)     2 4      3   1
D)     2 3      4    1

189) consider the following Statements

Assertion (A):     Silver articles on exposure to air become black.
Reason ( R):       Silver is oxidized to silver oxide.

Now select your answer according to the coding scheme given below:

A) Both (A) and (R ) are true and (R ) is the correct explanation of
(A )
B) Both (A) and (R ) are true but (R ) is not the correct explanation
of (A)
c) (A) is true, but (R ) is false    d) (A) is false, but (R )is true.

191) Semi conducting property of silicon is due to
a) Its positive temperature coefficient of resistance
b) Its negative temperature coefficient of resistance
c) Wide band gap          d) Narrow band gap

192) light from the sun reaches the earth in
A) 45 minute b) 8 minute c) 4 minute d) 2 minute
193) which of the following is used in electric heaters and irons?
a) Tungsten b) Steel c) Copper D) Nichrome
194) which one of the following instruments is used to measure the speed of
water trough
A pipe?
a) McLeod gauge b) Pressure gauge c) Screw gauge d) Venturimeter
195) the distance of stars is measured by 0 the unit
a) Kilometer (km) b) angstrom (A) unit c) light year d) giga metre
196) Theory of relativity was proposed by which one of the following scientist in
the year
1905?
a) Rutherford b) Thomson c) Bohr d) Einstein

197) the moderator used in the nuclear reactor at madras atomic power station
in
Kalpakkam is
a) Water (H2O) B) graphite c) Heavy water (D2O) d) none
198) Radio carbon in nature is produced as a result of
a) The action of UV rays on ordinary carbon
b) The action of IR rays on ordinary carbon
c) The action of cosmic rays on earth‟s atmospheric nitrogen
d) The action of X- rays on ordinary carbon
199) the speed of sound is higher in which one of the following mediums?
a) Liquids b) Solids c) Gases d) Same in all
200) the huge amount of energy released in nuclear fission and fusion reactions
is due to
The conversion of
a) Chemical energy into heat energy
b) Protons into neutrons
c) Mass into energy, according to Einstein‟s equation
d) Mechanical energy into heat energy.

Group II objective type
General Knowledge & General Tamil or
General English
Qualification: Any Degree
(Standard : Degree level subject)

TNPSC GROUP II
1) A rough Endoplasmic reticulum specially
developed in cell engages in
a) Nucleotide synthesis
b) Protein synthesis c) lipid synthesis
d) Starch synthesis
2) Krebs cycle takes place in
a) Chloroplast     b) Perxisomes
c) Mitochondria d) Cytoplasm
3) Lysosome is also known as
A) Suicidal bags b) Powerhouse of the cell
c) Chondriosome d) Dictyosom
4) The sex cells are produced by the process
Of
a) Mitosis b) meiosis c) amitosis
d) None
5) Crossing over takes place in which of the
Following stages?
a) Leptotence b) Zygotence
c) Pachytene d) Diakinesis
6) In animal the adaptation for underground
Life is called
a) Terrestrial adaptation b) Fossorial
7) Decibel is a unit to measure the
a) Intensity of sound
b) Intensity of radiation
c) Intensity of light
d) Intensity of heat
8) Blood sugar level is increased by
a) FSH b) TSH c) Insulin d) Glucagon
9) Acromegaly is caused due to
a) Hyper secretion of Somatotrophic
Hormone
b) Hypo secretion of Somatotrophic
Hormone
c) Hyper secretion of insulin
d) Hypo secretion of glucagon
10) Regressed corpus luteum is called
a) Corpus lentia     b) Corpora allata
c) Corpora degeneratum
d) Corpora albicans
11) Who among the following was the first to
Make use of artillery in warfare in India?
a) Babur b) Ibrahim Lodi c) Sher Shah
d) Akbar
12) „Kathak‟ is the principal classical dance of
A) North India b) Orissa
c) Karalla d) Karnataka
13) Deduction is the process of Reasoning
Which proceeds form?
a) Particular to universal
b) Particular to Particular
c) Universal to Particular
d) Universal to Particular
14) Choose the correct answer:
a) „A‟ proposition is conditional
Proposition
b) „A‟ proposition is categorical
Proposition
c) „A‟ proposition is hypothetical
Proposition
d) „A‟ proposition is disjunctive
Proposition
15) The kinds of souls according ton saiva
Siddhanta are
a) 2 b) 3 c) 4 d) 5
16) Choose the correct answer:
a) The convert of E proposition is E
b) The convert of O Proposition is A
c) the convert of I proposition is O
d) The convert of A proposition is E

17) The word Tattva Darsana means
a) Nyaya Shakti b) Vision of truth
c) True Bhakti d) Vision of Light
18) Choose the correct answer:
a) Kanniya kumarai : Vivekananda
b) Kurunji Salai      : Sri Aurobindo
c) Hanuman Mandir : Gandhiji
d) Sabarmati Asram : Sri
Ramakrishna
Paramahamsa
19) Thavathiru Kuntrakudi Adikalar belongs to
a) Thanjavur b) Madurai c) Sivagankai
d) Chegalpattu
20) The Bahagavad Gita Consists of
a) 12 chapters b) 14 chapters
c) 16 chapters d) 18 chapters
21) Tamil nadu gets more rainfall during the
months of
a) January – March b) April – June
c) July – September
d) October – November

22) The longest mountain system in Asia is
a) Kunlun Mountaine
b) The Himalaya Mountaine
c) The Hindukush Mountaine
d) Khingan Mountaine
23) Time taken by the earth in turning through
1 longitude is
a) 5 minutes b) 24 hours c) 4 minutes
d) 2 minutes
24) Match List 1 with List II correctly and
Below:
List I             list II
(River)            (Origin)
a) Godavari        1) Rajasthan
b) Kaveri          2) Madhya
c) Tapti           3) Mharashtra
d) Sabarmati       4) Karnataka
Codes:
A      b  c      d
A)     1     3   4     2
B)     3     4   2     1
C)     4     2   3     1
D)     2     1   4      3
25) The longest river of Peninsular India is
a) Mahanadi b) Tapti c) Kaveri
d) Godavari
26) Manimutharu dam is located in the
District of
A) Tirunelveli b) Coimbatore
c) Cuddalore d) Thanjavur
27) Match List 1 with List II correctly and
Below:
List I                   List II
a) Paddy                 1) Punjab
b) Wheat                 2) Karnataka
c) Ragi                   3) Kerala
d) Coffee                  4) Tamilnadu
Codes:
A   b c d
A)     2   4   1 3
B)     3   4   1 2
C)     4   1   2 3
D)     2   1   4 3
28) Match List 1 with List II correctly and
Below:
List I                   List II
a) Earthquake              1) Landslide
b) Tsunami                  2) Bhopal
c) Nilgiris                 3) Richer
Scale
d) Gas leak                 4) Series of
Waves
Codes:
A     b   c    d
A) 2      4    1    3
B) 3      4    1    2
C) 3      4    2    1
D) 2      1    4    3
29) The tidal forest are found along the
a) Coasts and deltas
b) Plateaus and valleya
c) Hill shops and valleys
d) Plans and plateaus
30) The gradual increase in temperature with
Depth is known as the
a) Normal lapse rate
c) Inversion of temperature
d) Saturation level
31) Financial Emergency can be declared
Under ----------- of the Constitution of India.
a) Article 356 b) Article 360
c) Article 352 d) Article 350
32) Both the centre and the States can
Legislate on the subjects Mentioned in
The
a) State List           b) Union list
c) Concurrent List d) All of these
33) The demand for ending the special status
Of Jammu Kashmir gained Momentum
After
a) The enactment of Jammu and
Kashmir Settlement Bill.1982
b) The death of Lal Bhadur Shastri
c) The resingnation of Swaran Singh
d) The infliltration of militants from
Pakistan
34) Organization which attempt to influence
The government decisions without
Seeking to become part of the
Governments are called?
a) Voluntary Organization
b) Pressure Groups
c) Non-Governmental Organizations
d) Political Parties
35) For the first time AIADMK came to power
In Tamil Nadu in the year
a) 1972 b) 1977 c) 1982 d) 1984
36) The Reserve Bank of India Bulletin is
Published in every
a) Fortnight b) Month c) Six months
d) Year
37) Which of the following is/ are not matched
correctly?
1) First plan            1950-55
2) Third Plan            1961-66
3) Fourth Plan           1966-77
4) Seventh Plan          1985-90
a) 1 and 2 b) 3 only
c) 1 only d) 1 and 3
38) Which of the following is not an objective
Of India‟s Economic Planning?
a) Self- Reliance b) Industrial growth
c) Employment generation
d) Population growth
39) The economist who warned against
Population explosion is
A) Alfred Marshall b) Karl Marx
c) Malthus          c) Rostow
40) When was the GATT started?
a) 1947 b) 1948 c) 1950 d) 1956
41) The author of „Madura Vijayam „is
a) Ganga Devi b) Karaikkar Ammaiyar
c) Paranjothi d) Mangudi Maruthan
42) The man and women of different religions
Could legally marry under
a) Hindu Marriage Act
b) Special Marriage Act
c) Christian Marriage Act
d) Muslim Marriage Act
43) Which one of the following is a primary
group?
a) Family b) Community c) Caste
d) Society
44) The capital of King Thirumalai Nayaka
Was
a) Wuraiyur b) Madurai c) Tanjaore
d) Poompuhar
45) Who was given the title of
„Chithiorakarapuli‟ among Pallava kings?
a) Mahendra Verman
b) Raja Simman c) Mamallan
d) Nandi Varman
46) The most important feature of a
Federation is
a) Unicameral legislature
b) Division of powers
c) Judicial review
d) Separation of powers
47) The main purpose for the grant of
Fundamental Rights to the Indian citizens is
a) To establish a democraticgovernment
b) To protect individual liberty
c) To ensure individual of judiciary
d) To establish socialist society
48) The election of the office of the President
Is conducted by
a) The Speaker of the Lok Sabha
b) The secretary General of the
Parliament
c) The Chief justice of India
d) The Election Commission of India
49) In the Rajya Sabha the states have been
Given seats on the basis of
a) Equal representation
b) Their population
c) Population and economic
d) Present economic status
50) The first Constitutional Amendment was
Made in the year
a) 1950 b) 1951 c) 1952 d) 1953
51) 5 mangoes and 4 oranges cost as much as
3 mangoes and 7 oranges. What is the
Ratio of the cost of one mango to that of
One orange?
A) 4:3 b) 1:3 c) 3:2 d) 5:2

52) (x+y)2 : (x-y) 2= 4:1 then (x+y) 2:( x-y) 2=
a) 25:9 b) 16:1 c) 8:17 d) 17:8
54) Find the odd man out:
5, 7, 9,17,23,37
A) 5 b) 9 c) 37 d) 23
55) A train travels for 3 hours, the first hour
At 10 km/hour and the remaining 2 hours
at 25 km/hour. What is the average
speed?
a) 10 km/hour b) 15 km/hour
c) 20 km/hour d) 25 km/hour
56) The three values which divide a given
Data into four equal parts are called
a) Averages b) Quartiles c) Deciles
d) Percentiles
57) Which one of the following is more
Suitable to represent data on a family
budget?
a) Bar diagram b) Multiple bar diagram
c) Percentage bar diagram
d) Pie diagram
58) find the mode of X when

X:     2      4      5       8    10   13
Y:     5      7      10      15   3    2
A) 5 b) 8 c) 10 d) 13
59) What is the Acronym for DBMS?
a) Data base Medical Science
b) Data Base Management systems
c) Data Base monitoring systems
d) None
60) Write the expansion of LCD.
A) Liquid Crystal Display
b) Light Controlled Decoder
c) Lack of Control     d) None
61) A person is moving towards a plane mirror
With a velocity of 1 m/sec. The image will
Approach the moving person with a relative
Velocity of
a) 0.5 m/sec b) 1 m/sec c) 2 m/sec
d) 3 m/sec
62) Which of the following would be the most
Suitable for making an electromagnet?
a) Copper b) Tungsten c) Soft iron
d) Steel
63) An electric bulb has a filament made of
a) Copper b) iron c) lead d) tungsten
64) The nucleus of an atom contains
a) Protons and neutrons
b) Protons and electrons
c) Neutrons and electrons
d) Neutrons only
65) Which of the following falls down faster in
Vacuum?
a) Wooden ball b) Feather c) Steel ball
d) All will fall down at the same speed
Because of no air resistance in vacuum

66) The most acidic compound of the following
is
a) Methane          b) methyl alcohol
c) Ethyl alcohol    d) phenol
67) Consider the following statements:
Assertion (A): Bakelite is thermosetting
Plastic.
Reason (R) : Thermosetting plastics are
Those which change
irreversibly into hard and
Right materials on
Heating.
Of these statements:
a) Both (A) and (R) are correct and (R)
Is the correct explanation of (A)
b) Both (A) and (R) are correct but (R)
Is not the correct explanation of (A)
c) (A) is true, but (R) is false
d) (A) is false but (R) is true
68) Diamond and graphite are
a) Isomers b) isotopes c) allotropes
d) Polymer
69) Activated charcoal is used to remove
Coloring matter from impure substances. It
Works by
a) Oxidation b) reduction c) adsorption
d) Bleaching
70) Bordeaux mixture is a mixture of
a) Copper sulphate and lime
b) Bleaching powder and DDT
c) DDT and BHC
d) DDT and parathion
71) Who was the founder of the English
Newspaper „The Hindu‟?
a) G. Subramaniya iyer b) R. Venkata Rajulu
c) Jagannath Acharriyar
d) Rajagopalacharta
72) What is the range of AGNI-1 missile?
a) 700 km b) 1000 km c) 1600 km
d) 2500 km
73) In 2004 at which town a fire raged though a
Primary school killing nearly 100 students?
a) Trichy b) Kumbakonam c) Cuddalore
d) Salem
74) In which of the following year did
Jeevananthan start the journal Janhasakti?
a) 1917 b) 1927 c) 1937 d) 1947
75) Which of the following is not a recognized
Political party that contested General
Assembly Election of May 2006 at
a) DMDK b) PMK c) MDMK d) DPI
76) The Teachers Day is celebrated on
A) 14th November b) 14th September
c) 5th September d) 1st may
77) Eighth World Tamil Conference was held at
a) Malaysia b) Chennai c) Madurai
d) Thanjavur
78) Match List 1 with List II correctly and
List I                   List II
a) Anna award             1) best Lyrics
b) M.G.R award            2) best Actor
c) Kalaivanar award       3) best
Dialogue
Award
D) Kavignar Kannadasan 4) Best
Award                       Comedy
Actor

Codes:
a    b   c d
A) 4    3    1    2
B) 1    4    2    3
C) 2    1    3     4
D) 3     2   4      1
79) Who is the author of the book „Karuppu
Malarkal‟?
a) Meera         b) Na. Kamarasan
c) Tamizhanban d) M. Mehta
80) Who is the author of the drama „Neethi
Devan Mayakkam‟?
a) Annadurai       b) K.S. Mamohar
c) S.T. Sumdaram d) T.K. Murthy
81) Indian institute of Horticulture research is
Situated at
a) Chennai b) Mumbai c) Hyderabad
d) Bangalore
82) The district in Tamil Nadu Where Petroleum
is found in abundant quantities is
a) Thanjavur b) Pudukkottai
c) Thiruvarur d) Nagapattinam
83) By keeping the door of refrigerator in a room
Open, while working
a) The room gets more cooled slightly
b) The room gets cooled
c) The room gets warmed up slightly
d) The room gets neither warmer nor
Cooler
84) National pollution prevention Day is
Observed on
a) 5th June     b) 3rd October
c) 20th August d) 2nd December
85) In the year 1980 a person‟s age was 8 times
that of his son. In 1988 (eight years later)
the father‟s age became ten times that of
his son‟s age in 1980. The ages of the son
and the fathers in 1980 were respectively?
A) 16 years, 58 years b) 15 years,50 years
c) 14 years, 42 years d) 13 years,34 years
86) Who among the following has been
Awarded the 2002 Nobel Prize for peace?
A) Kofi Annan             b) George Bush
C) Jimmy Carter          d) Tony Blair
87) Human development index was formulated
By United Nations in
a) 1990 b) 1991 c) 1996 c) 1994
88) What was the population of the world in
2002?
a) 6215 million b) 6211 million
c) 6214 million d) 6210 million
89) Which country has recently joined the Flood
and Agriculture Organization (FAO)?
a) Germany b) North Korea c) Russia
d) France
90) Which state was rated first best performer
State in the implementation of Panchayati
Raj by the Union Panchayati Raj Ministry for
2004-2005?
a) Kerala b) Tamil nadu c) Karnataka
91) The first rubber farm was formed in India at
a) Tamil nadu b) Goa c) Kerala
d) Karnataka
92) What is the old name of the state Bank of
India?
a) Indian Bank    b) British bank
C) Imperial Bank of India d) None
93) Largest number of Cotton Textile Mills in
India is found in the state of
a) Gujarat       b) West Bengal
c) Maharashtra d) Tamil nadu
94) How many banks were nationalized in July
1969?
a) 15 b) 13 c) 11 d) 14
95) The most important small scale industry in
India is
a) Textile b) Jute c) Jewelry
d) Handloom
96) Primitive man first learnt to
a) Make fire       b) tame animals
c) Make a wheel d) grow grain
97) Aryapadai katantha Neduncheliyan belongs
to
a) Pallava dynasty b) chola dynasty
c) Pandya dynasty d) Chera dynasty
98) In Tamil nadu cast system became rigid
Under the Pallavas, especially during the
time of
a) Vishnu gopa b) Mahendra Varman 1
c) Nandi Varman d) Nandi Varman 2
99) Who among the following is called the “Hero
Of Vaikom”?
a) Kamaraj b) periyar c) Rajaji
d) Sathyamurthi
100) the tricolour flag of Indian nation was
Prepared by
a) Gandhiji b) Mothilal Nehru
c) Sarojini Naidu d) Annie Besent
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TNPSC
GENERAL ENGLISH
1)Match the following words in Column A with their
meanings in
Column B and select the correct answer from the codes
given
below:
column A                  column B
1) esteem                    a) risk
2) hazard                    b) damage
3) havoc                     c) cancel
4) Invalidate                d) honour
codes:
1 2 3 4
a) a d c b
b)     b c d a
c)     c b d a
d)     d a b c
2) Match the following words in Column A with their
meanings in
Column B and select the correct answer from the codes
given
below:
column A                    column B
1) make up                 a) grasp
2) take off                 b) eradicate
3) stamp out                c) Compensate
4) apprehend                d) remove
codes:
1 2 3 4
a)    d c     b a
b)     b c    d a
c)     c d     b a
d)   d b     c a
3) Match the following words in Column A with their
meanings in
Column B and select the correct answer from the codes
given
below:
column A                    column B
1)emboss                 a) prominent
2) haggle                b) decorate
3) Shudder               c) dispute
4) conspicuous            d) shiver
codes:
1   2 3 4
a) a      b c d
b) b      c d a
c) d      a b c
d) c      d a b
4) Match the following words in Column A with their
meanings in
Column B and select the correct answer from the codes
given
below:
column A                  column B
1) Cyclone                      a) aid
2) Facility                    b) foolish
3) absurd                      c) duty
4) responsibility               d) violent wind
codes:
1    2 3 4
a)    a    b c d
b)    b    c d    a
c)     d a     b  c
d)     c d      a  b

5) Match the following words in Column A with their
meanings in
Column B and select the correct answer from the codes
given
below:
column A                   column B
1)credence                   a) fight
2) to take leave of          b) fame
3) combat                    c) to say fare well
4) reputation                d) belief
codes:
1 2 3 4
a)     b c a d
b) d c a         b
c) d c b         a
d) c d a         b
6) Match the following words in Column A with their
meanings in
Column B and select the correct answer from the codes
given
below:
column A                  column B
1) put an end to            a) tolerate
2) quest for                 b) search
3) rely on                   c) stop
4) bear with                 d) depend
codes:
1    2 3 4
a) c    a    b d
b) c b       d a
c) a b       c d
d) a c        b d
7) Choose the correct „Synonym‟ for the italicized word from
the option given:
He was conscious of a break in his voice.
a) Sorrowful b) forgetful c) tired d) aware
8) Choose the correct „Synonym‟ for the italicized word from
the option given:
More flames spurted from the building
a) sprayed b) moved c) advanced d) increased
9) Choose the correct „Synonym‟ for the italicized word from
the option given:
Good roads are imperative for development
a) operative b) essential c) impulsive d) impudent
10) Choose the correct „Synonym‟ for the italicized word from
the option given:
The tall lean man is my uncle
a) weak b) thin c) bent d) tall
11) Choose the correct „Synonym‟ for the italicized word from
the option given:
With one hand he was calmly rocking a cradle
a) Stoning b) playing c) swaying d) dashing
12) Choose the correct „Synonym‟ for the italicized word from
the option given:
Chandru speaks feebly
a) likely b) weakly c) strongly d) seriously
13) Choose the correct „antonym‟ for the italicized word from
the option given:
Indian batting has lost some of its strength
a) gathered b) gained c) retained d) secured
14) Choose the correct „Synonym‟ for the italicized word from
the option given:
He raised his glass reflectively
a) quickly b) forcibly c) slowly d) ignorantly
15) Choose the correct „Synonym‟ for the italicized word from
the option given:
Polar regions have cold climatic conditions
a) warm b) heat c) hot d) sunny
16) Choose the correct „Synonym‟ for the italicized word from
the option given:
I‟ve got to unlock the door
a) open b) lock c) close d) dash
17) Choose the correct „Synonym‟ for the italicized word from
the option given:
It is a flawless work of art
a) flexible b) defective c) perfect d) cheap
18) Choose the correct „Synonym‟ for the italicized word from
the option given:
Rich People import cars
a) borrow b) purchase c) export d) deport
19)Select the correct world matching the prefix „over‟
a) bright b) well c) crowded d) joy
20)Which is correct?
a) indiscipline b) indiscipline c) disdiscipline d)
middiscipline
21) Select the correct word matching the suffix- „al‟
a) gram b) cash c) article d) origin
22) Select the correct word:
a) unmobile b) dismobile c)immobile d) emmobile
23)Which word is correct?
a) disuse b) unuse c) useless d) inuse
24) Select the correct word matching the suffix- „ness‟
a) full b) able c) work d) coward
25) Fill in the blank with suitable article:
------------------------- more you are educated the more you
become cultured
a) some b) an c) a d) none
26) Fill in the blank:
I had --------------------- bananas for my lunch
a) the b) an c) some d) none
27) Fill in the blank with suitable article:
He was elected ------------------ Chairman of the Board
a) a b) the c) an d) no article
28) Fill in the blank:
The police found ---------------- thief who stole the car
a) a b) an c) some d) the
29) Fill in the blank with suitable article:
---------------------- European Journalist came
a) a b) the c) an d) no article
30) Fill in the blank with suitable article:
-------------- sun is a star
a) an b) a c) no article d) the
31) Fill in the blank with suitable preposition:
Vimala has been waiting for her friend -------------- two
hours
a) since b) by c) of d) for
32) Fill in the blank with suitable preposition:
it flew ---------------- the mountain
a) above b) on c) between d) at
33) Fill in the blank with suitable preposition:
A river flows ------------------ two cities
a) under b) over c) from d) between
34) Fill in the blank with suitable preposition:
She will come to Chennai -------------- a few days
a) before b) after c) in d) within
35) Turn off --------- the traffic lights
a) about b) beside c) at d) under
36) Fill in the blank with suitable preposition:
He always travels -------------- air
a) on b) in c) with d) by
37) Select the correct questing tag:
Pass the salt please, ------------------?
a) will you b) won‟t you c) do you d) don‟t you
38) Select the correct questing tag:
You gave me the purse yesterday,----------------
a)didn‟t you?          b) did you c) isn‟t you d) don‟t
you
39) Select the correct questing tag:
I am your friend, ----------------------
a) am I ? b) isn‟t I? c) aren‟t I? d) don‟t I?
40) Select the correct questing tag:
he could not get it, ---------------
a) Isn‟t it? b) Could he? c) Couldn‟t he? d) Can
he?
41) Select the correct questing tag:
May it is a good defender
a) Didn‟t she? b) Isn‟t she? c) Don‟t she? d)
Can‟t she?
42) Select the correct questing tag:
They won‟t be here long, --------------?
a) won‟t they b) Shall they c) do they d) will they
43) select the correct tense:
I---------- hard for the last three hours
a) have been studying b) am studying c) studied
d) was studying
44) select the correct tense:
I ---------------- till you finish your lunch
a) Wait b) shall wait c) waited d) have been waiting
45) Select the correct tense:
The thief ------------- (leave) before the police arrived
a) Had left b) have left c) left d) has left
46) select the correct tense:
I ------------ waiting for five hours now
a) am b) was c) have been d) had been
47) select the correct tense:
The moon ------------ (go) found the earth
a) is going b) goes c) went d) was going
48) select the correct tense:
Doctors -------------- research to find a medicine for AIDS
a) are doing b) were doing c) had been doing d) has
been doing
49) select the correct tense:
the body ------------- a kite
a) make b) made c) is made d) was made
50) select the correct tense:
who did this ? (write the passive voice)
a) By whom is this done?
b) whom was is this done?
c) By whom this was done?                   d) By whom was
this done?
51) select the correct voice:
Why is your time ------------ like this?
a) wasted b) being wasted c) has been wasted d)
52) select the correct voice:
Man ---------------- (be) no fed with bread alone
a) is b) was c) has d) will
53) select the correct voice:
Vijay ------------- a kite now
a) flies b) killed c) was flying d) has been flying
54) select the correct voice:
The cat ----------------- ( kill) the mouse
a) was killed b) killed c) has been killing d) has
been killed
55) select the correct voice:
I like -------------------(get up) early in the morning
a) to get up b) getting up c) got up d) get up
56) Fill in the blank:
I like -------------- my parents daily
a) visit b) visits c) visited d) visiting
57) Fill in the blank:
He is slow ---------------
a) to for give b) for giving c) for gave d) forgives
58) Fill in the blank:
he made me -------------- fester
a) to work b) working c) work d) to working
59) Fill in the blank with correct gerund:
I like -------------- poetry
60) Fill in the blank with correct participle:
I once saw a man ------------- on a rope
a) walked b) am walking c) was walking d) walking
61) Identify the sentence pattern:
He bought his son a new shirt
a)SVOA b) SVCA c)SVIODO d) SVOCA
62) Identify the sentence pattern:
she recognized him a genius
a) SVCA b) SVOA c)SVOC d) SVAA
63) Identify the sentence pattern:
She grew happier gradually
a) SVO b) SVOA c)SVAA d) SVCA
64) Identify the sentence pattern:
He put it there
a) SVCC b)SVOO c)SVOC d)SVOA
65) Identify the sentence pattern of the following sentence:
The headmaster gave me a prize at the function
a) S.V.IO.DO.A b) S.V.C.A.A c) S.V.O.A.A d)
S.V.C.A
66) Identify the sentence pattern:
Meena is a pilot
a) S.V.O b) S.V.A c)S.V.O.C d) S.V.C
67) Change the noun into verb:
68) Change the following Adjective into Noun:
“Attractive”
a) attract b) attracting c) attraction d)
attractively
69) Change the Italicized Noun into Verb.
His Breath is abnormally rabid
a) breathlessness b) breathes c) breathing d)
breathless
70) Change the following verb into noun
“Observe”
a) observatory b) observing c) observed d)
observable
71) Change the following verb into noun
„See‟
a) Seeing b) sight c) saw d) seen
72) Change the Italicized Noun into Verb.
„Isolation‟
a) Isolate b) isolating c) isolationalism d) isolated
73) Fill in the blank with correct word:
I ------------------ to go by bus
a) Prefer b) prepares c) preferring d) preparing
74) Fill in the blank with correct word:
We prefer ------------------ pass riders to teach our
destinations
a) by b) bye c) card d) cart
75) Fill in the blank with correct word:
He tied the cow to the post with a -------------
a) cord b) chord c) card d) cart
76) Fill in the blank with correct word:
He bought new -------------- to his guitar
a) cords b) cards c) codes d) chords
77) Fill in the blank with correct word:
Her ----------------- fell like a ripple cascade
a) hair b) heir c) hare d) hear
78) Fill in the blank with correct word:
Ravi loves to ----------- with his work.
a) recede b) retreat c) proceed d) succeed
79) Find out the error:
I don‟t know whose book is this
1    2           3           4
a) 1 b) 2 c) 3 d) 4
80) Find out the error:
He spoke loud in the meeting
1      2        3     4
a) 1 b) 2 c) 3 d) 4

81) Find out the error:
I have a black beautiful cat
1   2        3            4

a) 1 b) 2 c) 3 d) 4
82)   Find out the error:
This is a loving story
1    2    3      4
a) 1 b) 2 c) 3 d) 4
83)   Find out the error:
He is better poet than novelist
1 2       3          4
a) 1 b) 2 c) 3 d) 4
84)   Find out the error:
Wait a minute please
1    2 3         4
a) 1 b) 2 c) 3 d) 4
85)   Find out the Noun:
A) Speak b) spoke c) spoken d) speech
86)   Find out of the Abstract Noun:
a) Intelligently b) intelligible 3) intelligence
d) Intelligibly
87)   Select the correct plural from for „knife‟
a) Knives b) knives c) knifes d) knifs
88)   Select the correct plural from of „loaf‟:
a) Loafes b) loaves c) loafs d) none
89)   Select the correct plural from of „analaysis‟
a) Annals b) analyses c) analies d) analyies
90)   Select the plural from of „formula‟
a) formulae b) formuli c) formulies d) formule
91)   select the correct sentence :

a) Shallow quick breathing will produce
Sickness and ill health
b) Shallow breathing will produce sickness and
Quick ill health
c) Quick breathing will produce Shallow ill health
And sickness
d) Shallow and quick breathing will produce ill
Health sickness
92) Select the correct sentence:
a) For the bus we have to wait a long time
always.
b) Always we have to wait a long time For the
bus
c) we have to wait Always a long time For the
bus
d) we Always have to wait a long time For the
bus
93) Select the correct sentence with the right word
order.
a) I won‟t probably see you
b) Probably won‟t I see you
c) I probably won‟t see you
d) I won‟t see you probably
94) Select the correct sentence:
a) I like my strong coffee.
b) I like coffee my strong
c) my strong coffee, I like
d) I like my coffee strong

95) Select the correct sentence:
a) At the end of the street you‟ll see on your left
a super market.
b) At the end of the street on your left you‟ll
see a super market.
c) At the end of the street you‟ll see a super
market on your left.
d) d) on your left you‟ll see a super
market At the end of the street
96) Select the correct sentence:
a) We all sympathise for the unfortunate girl
b) We all sympathise with the unfortunate girl
c) We all sympathise to the unfortunate girl
d) We all sympathise of the unfortunate girl
97) Find out of the adjective:
98) Find out the noun:
a) Innocent b) unblemished c) innovation
d) Guiltless
99) Which is used as an Adjective and an Adverb?
a) Round b) respect c) rostrum d) rosette
100) Find out of the word:
a) Illegality b) lawlessness c) unlawfulness
D) illegal

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