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Ntse Exam Sample Paper
GENERAL KNOWLEDGE NTSE Exam
1. Which of the following is correct?
(a) India has 10% of population engaged in secondary activities.
(b) India has 60% of population engaged in primary activities.
(c) India has 22% of population engaged in tertiary activities.
(d) none of the above
2. Which is the largest state in terms of area?
(a) Madhya Pradesh
(b) Uttar Pradesh
3. The light house of democracy is
(a) the public opinion
(b) the press
(d) political parties
4. The city of Constantinople was the largest city in
5. The Election Commission does not
(a) ensure free and fair elections
(b) announce the dates of the elections
(c) scrutinise the applications
(d) function according to the people
6. In the 12th century a new institution arose in Japan called
7. The communist regimes are
(b) North Korea
(d) all of these
8. A national party is recognised by the Election Commission under the following
conditions. Choose the one which is not correct?
(a) A party should have secured 8% of the total valid votes in the previous general
elections at least in four Union Territories
(b) A party should have secured 4% of the total valid votes in the previous general
elections atleast in four states
(c) Both the statements are correct
(d) Both the statement are incorrect
9. The election symbol are printed on the ballot paper along with
(a) the name of the leaders only
(b) the names of the political parties only
(c) the names of the constituency
(d) leaders, political parties and symbols
10. Which of the following statements are wrong regarding countermanding of election?
(a) If a party candidate dies or is killed during the compaign, election is countermanded
(b) After the elections are over, the whole election process, right from the nomination,
(c) Countermanding of elections is applicable in the case of independent candidates
(d) None of the above statements re wrong
11. On May 15, 1999 the BJP and its 21 allies renamed themselves as N.DA which
(a) The National Democratic Alliance
(b) The National Democratic Authority
(c) The National Democratic Associates
(d) The Native Democratic Alliance
12. Which one of the following is not a device of public opinion?
(b) Political parties
13. Which one of the following is not a challenge faced by India?
14. The word social inequality means
(a) discrimination against the girl child
(b) sad condition of the depressed classes
(c) caste system and untouchability
(d) all of the above
15. Which of the following is correct?
(a) Regional aspirations are natural and should be respected
(b) Regionalism goes against the feeling of all Indian constituting one nation
(c) Both the above are correct
(d) None of the above are correct
16. Which atmosphere is suitable for democracy?
(b) Communal riots
(d) None of the above
17. Which of the following are best roads according to their strength and make up?
(a) Metalled roads
(b) District roads
(c) Border roads
(d) Village roads
18. Over the past 8,000 years we brought nearby 140 millions hectares of land under cultivation but we added _____ million hectare since Independence.
19. To maintain proper ecological balance, at least one-third of the land area must be kept under forests. But in India we have only under forests
20. Our ground water resources are abundant in
(a) Thar desert
(b) Western ghats
(c) Coastal plains and northern plains
(d) None of the above