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Model GK Q & A for TNPSC - Set 4

1) Decrease in white blood cells results in
 A.    Decrease in Antibodies
 B.    Increase in Antigens
 C.    Increase in Antibodies
 D.    None of the above

2) Less dew is formed on cloudy nights because
 A.    Clouds absorb the falling dew
 B.    Clouds scatter moisture
 C.    In cloudy nights the radiation takes place very slowly
 D.    In cloudy nights the radiation takes place very quickly

3) Mouth and foot diseases in cattle are caused due to
 A.    Bacteria
 B.    Virus
 C.    Fungi
 D.    Penicillium

4) In summer, man with excess perspiration feels weak, because of the
 A.    Loss of more water through evaporation
 B.    Loss of salts through evaporation
 C.    Loss of carbohydrates through evaporation
 D.    All factors mentioned above

5) When light enters a closed room through a small hole in the door, the image of an outside building appears as inverted on the opposite wall. This is because
 A.    The hole acts as a convex lens
 B.    Light takes curvature at the edges of the hole
 C.    Of rectilinear propagation of light
 D.    The hole acts as a concave lens

6) A ball bounces higher at high altitudes than in plains. This is because
 A.    The pressure on higher altitudes is lower than that in plains
 B.    Downward pull due to gravity is less at higher altitudes
 C.    The rarefied air offers less resistance to the ball
 D.    You become more energetic at hills, so greater the force applied, higher goes the ball.

7) Ajanta Caves are located in the State of
 A.    Maharashtra
 B.    Gujarat
 C.    Tamil Nadu
 D.    West Bengal

8) What is the power of Rajya Sabha regarding Money Bill ?
 A.    It can amend it
 B.    It can reject it
 C.    It can withhold the bill for 14 days to make recommendations
 D.    It has no power regarding Money Bill

9) The first Asian Games were held at
 A.    New Delhi in 1950
 B.    Bangkok in 1952
 C.    Singapore in 1952
 D.    Kuala Lumpur in 1952

10) Which of the following is not included in the list of Fundamental Duties in the Constitution ?
 A.    To safeguard public property and to abjure violence
 B.    To uphold and protect the sovereignty, unity and integrity of India
 C.    Secularism
 D.    To abide by the Constitution and respect its ideals

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

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