Solved Paper Clerk & Accountant cum Clerk Exam 2019 [Part-1] – HPSSC Hamirpur

By | October 18, 2019

Post Code: 709

Series: A

1. Indus valley people worshipped

  1. Banyan tree
  2. Neem tree
  3. Pipal tree
  4. None of these

2. The Aryan’s success in overcoming resistance in West Asia and India was mainly due to their

  1. Better arms
  2. Horse driven chariots
  3. Mining
  4. Trade and commerce

3. The Mahajanapads were composed of how many states?

  1. 12
  2. 16
  3. 20
  4. 24

4. The greatest Buddhist commentator of the Buddhist canonical literature was

  1. Ashvaghosha
  2. Buddhaghosha
  3. Vasumitra
  4. Nagarjuna

5. Bindusara died in which year?

  1. 255 BC
  2. 273 BC
  3. 286 BC
  4. 373 BC

6. Which of the official outnumber the rest in the Mauryan period?

  1. Revenue
  2. Welfare
  3. Judicial
  4. Military

7. The greatest Satavahana port in Western Deccan was

  1. Barygaza
  2. Sopara
  3. Kaveripattanam
  4. Kalian

8. Which is not a Sangam literature?

  1. Pattuppattu
  2. Ettutogai
  3. Padinenkilkanakku
  4. Tevaram

9. Harsha established diplomatic relations with

  1. Rome
  2. China
  3. Ceylon
  4. Cambodia

10. The first Muslim ruler of Delhi was

  1. Iltutmish
  2. Yalduz
  3. Qubacha
  4. None of these

11. The decorative design found in all the buildings of Firoz Shah Tughlaq is

  1. The lotus
  2. The Swastika
  3. The bell motif
  4. Double dome

12. The military department in the Vijayanagar empire was called

  1. Koltaurs
  2. Khandachara
  3. Khanduga
  4. Kapila

13. Who formed an alliance with Malik Ambar against Jahangir?

  1. Khusrau
  2. Shahriyar
  3. Shah Jahan
  4. Mahabat Khan

14. Shivaji’s capital was

  1. Poona
  2. Raigarh
  3. Panhala
  4. Singha Garh

15. Which of the following wars decided the fats of French in India?

  1. Battle of Wandiwash
  2. Battle of Plassey
  3. Battle of Buxar
  4. None of these

16. Arya Samaj was founded by

  1. Ramkrishna Paramhans
  2. Vivekananda
  3. Raja Rammohan Roy
  4. None of these

17. Who were the first to introduce a printing press in India?

  1. The Portuguese
  2. The Dutch
  3. The French
  4. The Greeks

18. Mangal Pandey belonged to which Native Infantry?

  1. 19th
  2. 27th
  3. 34th
  4. 41st

19. Who led the Ahmedabad labour strike of 1918?

  1. G.K. Gokhale
  2. B.G.Tilak
  3. M.K.Gandhi
  4. None of these

20. The first Round Table Conference was held in London in which year?

  1. 1920
  2. 1925
  3. 1928
  4. 1930

21. Petroleum occurs in

  1. Sedimentary rocks
  2. Igneous rocks
  3. Metamorphic rocks
  4. None of these

22. Which of the following atmospheric layers reflects radio waves that are transmitted from the earth again back to the earth?

  1. Mesosphere
  2. Ionosphere
  3. Troposphere
  4. Stratosphere

23. How much area of the oceans is covered by the continental shelves?

  1. 5 %
  2. 10%
  3. 5%
  4. None of these

24. Solid waste disposal should be done by

  1. Sanitary landfill
  2. Incineration
  3. Composting
  4. All of these

25. The Eskimo society is a

  1. Patriarchal society
  2. Matriarchal society
  3. Patrilineal society
  4. None of these

26. Trans-Continental Stuart Highway is a major road link in

  1. Australia
  2. U.S.A.
  3. China
  4. Russia

27. In Monsoon regions, the maximum rains occur in

  1. Spring
  2. Autumn
  3. Winters
  4. Summers

28. The Prairie type regions are among the chief producers of

  1. Wheat
  2. Rye
  3. Tobacco
  4. Alfalfa

29. The world’s largest asbestos mines are situated in

  1. USA
  2. Canada
  3. Germany
  4. Cuba

30. The highest peak in Peninsular India is

  1. Nanda Devi
  2. Mount Everest
  3. Dhaulagiri
  4. Anaimudi

31. The Brahmaputra river originates in

  1. Nepal
  2. India
  3. Tibet
  4. None of these

32. The Western Ghats receive which type of rainfall?

  1. Cyclonic
  2. Frontal
  3. Orographic
  4. Convectional

33. Which soil is found in the Shillong plateau?

  1. Laterite soil
  2. Black soil
  3. Alluvial soil
  4. Red soil

34. Subtropical and temperate wet hill forests of South India are generally called as

  1. Paranas
  2. Sholas
  3. Jelutongs
  4. Flumes

35. The Gulf of Cambay is associated with

  1. Coal
  2. Oil and natural gas
  3. Hydroelectricity
  4. Nuclear minerals

36. Toon wood is obtained from

  1. Walnut
  2. Red Cedar
  3. Deodar
  4. Blue Pine

37. Which irrigation project is situated across the Godavari in Maharashtra?

  1. Bhima Project
  2. Kukadi Project
  3. Jayakwadi Project
  4. Krishna Project

38. Which is not an improved variety of cotton?

  1. Jarila
  2. Maljari
  3. Suyog
  4. Bombai

39. Firozabad in UP is famous for

  1. Bangles & beads
  2. Lamps
  3. Bottles & glass sheets
  4. None of these

40. Which airport is situated at the highest altitude in India?

  1. Meenambakam Airport
  2. Leh Airport
  3. Indira Gandhi Airport
  4. Amausi Airport

41. Inertia is the property of

  1. Mass
  2. Volume
  3. Strength
  4. All of these

42. The weight of a body of mass 1 kg on earth is

  1. 1 kg
  2. 1 N
  3. 8 N
  4. None of these

43. If the speed of a car is doubled, its kinetic energy increases of

  1. Four times
  2. Six times
  3. Eight times
  4. Sixteen times

44. When a deformed body regains its original form after the removal of the external force, the body is said to be

  1. Plastic
  2. Rigid
  3. Elastic
  4. None of these

45. When a body is cooled, its molecules

  1. Begin to move faster
  2. Begin to move slower
  3. Become heavier
  4. Become lighter

46. Which mirrors are used in the field of solar energy to focus sun rays on the objects to be heated?

  1. Large plane mirrors
  2. Large convex mirrors
  3. Large concave mirrors
  4. None of these

47. Radioactivity was discovered by

  1. Becquerel
  2. Bohr
  3. Rutherford
  4. Raman

48. Washing soda is chemically

  1. Sodium Chloride
  2. Calcium Hydroxide
  3. Sodium Carbonate
  4. Sodium Hydroxide

49. Chlorine bleaches substances by

  1. Reduction
  2. Hydrolysis
  3. Oxidation
  4. Dehydration

50. Which is an alloy of iron?

  1. Monel metal
  2. Alnico
  3. Gun Metal
  4. Type metal

51. Rayon is also called

  1. Isoprene
  2. Natural fiber
  3. Artificial silk
  4. Natural silk

52. Petrol is a mixture of

  1. Alkenes
  2. Alkanes
  3. Alkynes
  4. Aromatic hydrocarbons

53. A shoot has its origin in

  1. Root
  2. Flower
  3. Leaf
  4. Bud

54. Which is not a true snake?

  1. Class snake
  2. Sea snake
  3. Rattlesnake
  4. Blind snake

55. Daily carbohydrate requirement of a normal person is

  1. 200-250 gm
  2. 300-350 gm
  3. 450-500 gm
  4. None of these

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