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Sunday, November 23, 2014

RRC Group D Morning Shift English Question Paper with Key 23-11-2014

    RRC Group D English Questions Booklet Code1481 with Answers held on 23/11/2014 Morning Shift

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    RRC Group D English Question Paper with Key held on 23/11/2014

    • Full form of POET is?
    • The outer membrane that covers the brain is?
    • The study of pollen grains is?
    • The Mughal Empire extended upto Tamil Territory in South under the reign of?
    • Red rot of sugarcane is caused by?
    • The instrument used to measure potential difference between two points is called?
    • The process of changing oils into fats by passing hydrogen gas is called?
    • Which of the following gives the shape orbit?
    • ‘Gulliver’s travels’ was written by?
    • Aam admi bima yojana is an insurance scheme for rural landless households introduced by?
    • What is the main purpose of white blood corpuscles?
    • The fiber, least prone to catch fire?
    • Who is present RBI Governor?
    • The highest body that approves five year plans in India?
    • Which of the following is not an ore of copper?
    • Which of the following is the duration of the seventh five year plan?
    • Which one of the following is not a football tournament?
    • The purpose of Incusion of Directive Principle state policy in Indian constitution is to establish?
    • Which following articles in the Constitution deals with the village panchayats?
    • More photo synthetic activity occurs in ------------- part of the leaf.
    • For the first time ,which sports  event was included in the programme of 2012 London Olympics ?
    • When milk turns sour, one of the products formed in the milk is?
    • Which of the following is an indigenously built light combat aircraft of india?
    • -------------------  are used in telemetry.
    • Cosmic noice is caused by?
    • The brightest colour is emitted by the sun is?
    • Stainless steel was invented by?
    • The scientific principal behind a laser was first put forward by?
    • Panchayati raj was first introduced in India in October 1959 in?
    • Steel is more elastic than rubber because?
    • Full form of SMS is
    • Where did mahavira attain Nirvana?
    • The vitamin lost when rice is washed repeatedly is?
    • Which of the following is an example for diatomic molecule?
    • The time for which a body remains in the air is called----------------?
    • Mangrove vegetation in India is most extensively found in?
    • When two gases are mixed, the entropy?
    • Which of the following whales can be easily trained because of its intelligence?
    • Which of the following is an example of an covalent bond?
    • Full form of LTO is?
    • Gamma rays are?
    • Cracking is a project which belongs to?
    • When light is refracted, which of the following does not change?
    • Raghbir singh memorial cup is associated with?
    • What is symbol of chemical element ‘Zinc’?
    • An example of semi-conductor is?
    • Full form of NMDC is?
    • Who is the first citizen of the city?
    • With reference to educational degree, what does Ph.D stands for?
    • Resistance of conductor depends on?
    • Limas , a species of camel family, are found in?
    • Which cells are destroyed in AIDS?
    • Who is the author of the book “India A Million Mutinies Now”?
    • What is the atomic number of chemical element ‘Barium’?
    • The central information commission was established in?
    • Who of the following was the first women ruler of Medieval India?
    • Veliconda Hills, which is a part of eastern Ghats, is situated in?
    • Maitri ,the second scientific station, is located at?
    • How many Anglo – Indian members can the President nominate to Lok Sabha?
    • Heart attack is caused by the blocking of?
    • In eye donation, which of the following parts of doner’s eye is utilized?
    • Which of the following is a non-electrolyte?
    • Mc Dowell cup is associated with?
    • Which of the following human organs is less susceptible to harmful radiation?
    • 13 chambered heart occurs in?
    • Which of the following is an in-situ tiger reserve in India?
    • In which state is the Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth development located?
    • A soil formed by wind dust in and around hot deserts is called?
    • The most reactive metals are?
    • Pulses are good source of?
    • A size of population I lower age group is large in countries where?
    • Which of the following has high retentivity?
    • When does a body experience a centrifugal force?
    • Triple bond exists in?
    • Headquarters of World bank is at?
    • Which of the following religions is the last to appear on the scene of India?
    • Fluoride damages?
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