Saturday, February 18, 2012

Kerala PSC Previous Exam Questions Answers

1) Lines drawn parallel to the equator are called

A) Latitudes
B) Longitudes
C) Meridians
D) None of these

2) The Author of Arthashastra was

A) Kalidasa
B) Kautilya
C) Bhavabhuti
D) Sankaracharya

3) Who among the following is associated with the freedom struggle of Zimbia?

A) Kenneth Kaunda
B) Patric Lumumba
C) Jomo Kenyatta
D) Nelson Mandela

4) When did the first Commonwealth games take place?

A) 1928
B) 1930
C) 1934
D) 1946

5) “The proper study of mankind is man” who said this?

A) Alexander Pope
B) William Shakespeare
C) Immanuel Kant
D) Aldous Huxley

6) Alcohol contains

A) Carbon, hydrogen and calcium
B) Carbon, hydrogen and Chlorine
C) Carbon, Hydrogen and Oxygen
D) Carbon, hydrogen and nitrogen

7) Which planet of the solar system spins on its axis at the fastest rate?

A) Mercury
B) Earth
C) Jupiter
D) Saturn

8) The court language of the Mughals was

A) Arabic
B) Persian
C) Hindustani
D) Urdu

9) Pencil lead is made up of

A) Graphite
B) Charcoal
C) Lead oxide
D) Sugar Charcoal

10) What is a Black hole?

A) Vaccum space
B) A dying star
C) A spot in the sun
D) A type of Meteorite

11) With which war is the name of Florence Nightingale association?

A) Boer War
B) World War I
C) Crimean War
D) Third Punic War

12) An object weighs maximum in

A) Air
B) Water
C) Hydrogen
D) Vaccum

13) Longest river of Asian Continent is

A) Lena
B) Indus
C) Howang Ho
D) Yangtze

14) Article is to magazine as slokas is to……..

A) Ascetic
B) Veda
C) Recite
D) Book

15) Which river crosses the equator twice?

A) Amazon
B) Congo
C) Nile
D) Orinoco

Answers to Kerala PSC Previous Exam Questions Answers

1) A) Latitudes

2) B) Kautilya

3) A) Kenneth Kaunda

4) B) 1930

5) A) Alexander Pope

6) C) Carbon, Hydrogen and Oxygen

7) C) Jupiter

8) B) Persian

9) C) Lead oxide

10) B) A dying star

11) C) Crimean War

12) D) Vaccum

13) D) Yangtze

14) B) Veda

15) B) Congo


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