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1. Gandhiji’s Champaran Movement was for _________?
A. The security of rights of Harijans
B. Civil Disobedience Movement
C. Maintaining the unity of Hindu Society
D. Solving the problem of Indigo Workers
Sol. The Champaran peasant movement was launched in 1917-18. Its objective was to create awakening among the peasants against the European planters. These planters resorted to illegal and inhuman methods of indigo cultivation at a cost which by no canons of justice could be called an adequate remuneration for the labor done by the peasants.
2. Sea breeze occurs at/in ____ and Land Breeze at/in____.
A. Midnight/ Midnight
C. Night/ Day
• Sea breezes occur during hot, summer days because of the unequal heating rates of land and water and Land breezes occur during night.
• Both are induced by differences that occur between the heating or cooling of the water surface and the adjacent land surface.
• The land breeze is typically shallower than the sea breeze since the cooling of the atmosphere over land is confined to a shallower layer at night than the heating of the air during the day.
3. Which of the following is called the master gland?
A. Thyroid gland
B. Adrenal gland
C. Endocrine gland
D. Pituitary gland
Sol. The pituitary gland is called the master gland as it produces hormones that control other glands. The pituitary gland in the brainproduces hormones that help the body and organs function.
4. Bile juice that is stored in a sac called
C. Gall bladder
Sol. Bile juice that is stored in a sac called the gall bladder. The bile plays an important role in the digestion of fats.
5. Who gave Vallabh Bhai Patel the title of Sardar?
A. C. Rajagoplachari
B. M.K. Gandhi
C. J.L. Nehru
D. None of these
Sol. Sardar Vallabh bhai Patel was given the title of ‘Sardar’ during the Bardoli satyagraha (1928) by Mahatma gandhi.
6. Under which one of the following Articles, the procedure for removal of the President of India through the process of impeachment has been laid down?
A. Article 53 B. Article 61
C. Article 74 D. Article 13
Sol. Under Article 61, the President can be removed from his post by impeachment process. Process of impeachment against the President can be operated by any House of Parliament, in violation of its constitutional provisions.
7. Who can initiate impeachment proceedings against the President of India?
A. Prime Minister
B. Either House of Parliament
D. Chief Justice of India
Sol. Either House of Parliament can initiate impeachment proceedings. Article 61 tells about the procedure for impeachment of President of India.
8. The longest river of peninsular India is ________
A. Narmada B. Godavari
C. Mahanadi D. Cauvery
Sol. Godavari is known as the longest river in the peninsular India. It is also known as Dakshin Ganga. It originates in the Brahmagiri Mountain in Triambakeshwar, Maharashtra and ends in the west Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh.
9. Which article of Indian Constitution stipulates about the Vacancy in the President’s Office ?
A. Article 65 B. Article 62
C. Article 61 D. Article 74
Sol. Article 62 of the Indian Constitution stipulates about the Vacancy in the President’s office can occur in any of the following ways
• On the expiry of his tenure of 5 years. Or By his resignation.
• On his removal by the process of impeachment.
• By his death.
• An election to fill the vacancy must be held before the expiry of the term.
• In the office fall vacant by resignation, removal, death or otherwise then election to fill the vacancy should be completed within 6 month from the date of the occurrence of such a vacancy.
• The newly elected President remains in office for a full term of five years from the date he assumed charge of his office.
10. Bubbles of air rise up through liquids due to:
A. Surface tension and adherence
B. viscosity and buoyancy.
C. air current over the liquid and buoyancy
D. Up thrust and surface tension.
Sol. Bubbles of air rise up through liquid due to Viscosity and buoyancy. Bubbles are comprised of gases, which have a lesser density than water. Since they are less dense, they get pushed up to the surface, and they rise, lighter than the liquid around them.
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