Clerk Exam 2016 (Part-2) - Himachal Pradesh Subordinate Service Selection Board

51. GDP consists of 

A. Per Unit Market Price 

B. Gross Output of Goods 

C. Services 

D. All of these 

52. VAT scheme is expected to 

A. Raise prices of foreign goods 

B. Raise prices of luxury goods 

C. Lower prices of goods of everyday use 

D. Avoid repeated payment of duty from the raw materials stage to the final product and thus reduce. 

53. The Reserve Bank of India was established in the year 

A. 1770 

B. 1935 

C. 1949 

D. 1969 

54. Census is conducted after every………year/s. 

A. One 

B. Eight 

C. Ten 

D. Twelve 

55. Bank note of One Rupee is issued by 

A. Finance Commission 


C. State Government 

D. Govt. of India 

56. The idea of Five year Plan in India has been borrowed/adopted from 

A. England 

B. Erstwhile USSR 


D. Japan 

57. Which of the following statements is incorrect about the qualifications becomes the President of India? 

A. One must be a citizen of India. 

B. One must be eligible to be a member of the Lok Sabha 

C. One must hold a government post to the rank of Secretary to the Govt. of India 

D. One must be 35 years in age 

58. Which of the following is not a Fundamental Right? 

A. Right to Property 

B. Right to Equality 

C. Right to Education 

D. Right against Exploitation 

59. Who is known as the “Father of Green Revolution in India”? 

A. Verghese Kurien 

B. M.S. Swaminathan 

C. M. Visvesaraya 

D. Anna Hazare 

60. The President of India appoints…….members of special repute in the Rajya Sabha. 

A. 2 

B. 4 

C. 8 

D. 12 

61. Which of the following personalities had never served as the Prime Minister of India? 

A. Chaudhary Charan Singh 

B. Morarji Desai 

C. Gulzari lal Nanda 

D. Dr. Zakir Hussain 

62. Which of the following statements is incorrect about the Prime Minister of India? 

A. He is the head of the government and the Council of Ministers 

B. He is the first citizen of India 

C. He is supposed to communicate all the decisions taken by the Cabinet to the President 

D. He is appointed by the President on being the leader of the majority party in the Lok Sabha 

63. The process of Impeachment of the President of India can be initiated in 

A. Supreme Court of India 

B. Lok Sabha 

C. Specially Constituted Commission for the purpose 

D. Either of the two houses of the Parliament 

64. Which one of the following does not find mention in the Preamble to the Constitution of India? 

A. We, the People of India 

B. Justice 

C. Fraternity 

D. Martyrs of India 

65. Under Article 370, of the Constitution ……..has been conferred with special status. 

A. Nagaland 

B. Jammu & Kashmir 

C. Sikkim 

D. Goa 

66. ……..has been empowered by the Constitution to form new states. 

A. Supreme Court of India 

B. President of India 

C. parliament 

D. Specially empowered Commission only 

67. The Chief Election Commissioner can be removed 

A. By the President of India 

B. By the Parliament 

C. Through an order issued by the Prime Ministers 

D. Through a procedure similar to that for the removal of the judge of Supreme Court 

68. How many members of Rajya Sabha Retire after every two years? 

A . One-third 

B. Two-third 

C. One-fourth 

D. None of these 

69.Which of the following is not the specialized agency of UNO? 





70. The Union Territories get representation in 

A. Lok Sabha 

B. Rajya Sabha 

C. Both the Houses of Parliament 

D. None of the above 

71. The Rajya Sabha can have the maximum strength of 

A. 230 

B. 238 


D. 250 

72. The name of Sh. Subhash Chandra Bose is associated with ….party as its founder. 

A. Indian National Congress 

B. Gadar 

C. Polit Bureau 

D. Forward Bloc 

73. The power to decide an election petition is vested with 

A. Election Commission 

B. Supreme Court 

C. High Court 

D. Parliament 

74. The last month of Indian National Congress (Saka Era) is 

A. Paush 

B. Magh 

C. Falgun 

D. Chaitra 

75.The Vice-President of India is 

A. Elected by the Parliament 

B. Elected by the President 

C. Elected by the People 

D. Elected by the Rajya Sabha 

76. Who was the first Indian woman to become Miss World? 

A. Aishwarya Rai 

B. Sushmita Sen 

C. Reita Faria 

D. Daina Hayden 

77. ………….was popularly known as “lady with the lamp”. 

A. Mother Teresa 

B. Florence Nightingale 

C. Sarojini Naidu 

D. Devika Rani 

78. The “Dronacharya Award” is given to a/the 

A. Player 

B. Umpire 

C. Coach 

D. Institute 

79. The first Asian Games were held in 

A. Mumbai 

B. Delhi 

C. Kolkata 

D. Institute 

80. Olympic Games (summer) -2016 will be held at 

A. Argentina 

B. Australia 

C. Brazil 

D. France 

81. The name “Pankaj Advani” is associated with 

A. Chess 

B. Golf 

C. Billiards 

D. Badminton 

82. Who was the first person to receive Bharat Ratna in 1954? 

A. Jawahar lal Nehru 

B. Dr. C.V. Raman 

C. Dr. M. Visvesvaraya 

D. Dr. S. Radhakrishan 

83. Who among the following actors has not played a role in recently released Hindi film “Jai Ganga Jal”? 

A. Priyanka Chopra 

B. Prakash Jha 

C. Anuj Aggarwal 

D. Nishikant Kamat 

84. Who is the author of book – “The Dramatic Decade – The Indira Gandhi Years”? 

A. Manmohan Singh 

B. Gulam Nabi Azad 

C. Pranab Mukherjee 

D. Vir Sanghvi 

85. Which of the following is Page Orientation? 

A. Landscape 

B. Portrait 

C. Gutter 

D. Only A & B 

86. What is the shortcut key to split a table? 

A. Ctrl+Alt+Enter 

B. Ctrl+Shift+Enter 

C. Alt+Shift+Enter 

D. Alt+Space+Enter 

87. A nibble is equivalent to 

A. 8 bits 

B. 4 bits 

C. 12 bits 

D. 2 bits 

88. Which of the following Cups/Trophies is not associated with Hockey? 

A. Agha Khan Cup 

B. Azlan Shah Cup 

C. Dhyan Chand Trophy 

D. Davis Cup 

89. Software such as Explorer and Firefox, are referred to as 

A. System Software 

B. Utility Software 

C. Browsers 

D. Internet tools 

90. “Nathula Pass” is in …………..state. 

A. Jammu & Kashmir 

B. Uttarakhand 

C. Sikkim 

D. Assam 

91………. is the largest planet of our Solar System 

A. Uranus 

B. Neptune 

C. Jupiter 

D. Saturn 

92. “World Environment Day” is observed on 

A. 5 March 

B. 22 March 

C. 5th June 

D. 6 May 

93. If you’re visiting Mount Abu, then you are in ……state. 

A. Gujarat 

B. Uttarakhand 

C. Sikkim 

D. Rajasthan 

94. What is the minimum number of rows and columns that a table in MS-Word can have? 

A. Zero 

B. 2 rows and 1 column 

C. 2 rows and 2 Columns 

D. 1 row and 1 column 

95. Areawise, ………….is the largest country in the world? 

A. Russia 

B. China 

C. India 


96. The famous desert “Gobi” is in 

A. Namibia 

B. Egypt 

C. Mangolia 

D. Botswana 

97. “Manila” is the capital of 

A. Philippines 

B. Portugal 

C. Ukraine 

D. Turkey 

98. The famous port “Vishakhapatnam” is located in the state of 

A. Odisha 

B. Andhra Pradesh 

C. Tamil Nadu 

D. Karnataka 

99. Which of the following rivers falls into “Gulf of Khambhat”? 

A. Krishna 

B. Godavari 

C. Brahmaputra 

D. Narmada 

100. The imaginary line drawn around the earth midway between the poles is called 

A. Equator 

B. Latitude 

C. Tropic of Cancer 

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