Solved Paper HP Police Sub-Inspector 2019 [Part-1]- HPSSC Hamirpur

By | July 21, 2019

Post Code: 729

Series:D

1. INS Ranjit, which is recently decommissioned by Indian Navy, was built by which of the following countries?

  1. Germany
  2. France
  3. United States
  4. USSR

2. The recently published book ‘Game Changer’ is the autography of which of the following cricketers?

  1. Waqar Yunis
  2. Javed Miandad
  3. Shahid Afridi
  4. Imran Khan

3. Which country is the current chair of the 2019 G-7 summit?

  1. France
  2. Australia
  3. India
  4. Chile

4. Which Indian sportswoman has attained the world No. 1 position in the women’s 10m air rifle event?

  1. Manu Bhaker
  2. Anisa Sayyed
  3. Apurva Chandela
  4. Anjum Moudgil

5. Which South American nation has recently joined the International Solar Alliance?

  1. Ecuador
  2. Colombia
  3. Uruguay
  4. Bolivia

6. Which Indian personality has been conferred the UAE’s highest civilian honour ‘Zayed Medal’ recently?

  1. Shashi Tharoor
  2. Narendra Modi
  3. Shahrukh Khan
  4. Sania Mirza

7. Who has been elected as the new President of World Bank?

  1. Christopher Kilby
  2. Christine Lagarde
  3. David Malpass
  4. Mauricio Macri

8. Which country’s Space Agency has successfully dropped an explosive on asteroid Ryugu to make crater recently?

  1. China
  2. France
  3. Japan
  4. Germany

9. Which Indian Armed force has recently tied up with CSIR for joint research?

  1. Indian Navy
  2. Indian Army
  3. Indian Air Force
  4. Indian Coast Guard

10. Issak Hayik, who has become the World’s oldest soccer player, is from which country?

  1. Saudi Arabia
  2. Iran
  3. UAE
  4. Israel

11. RBI has recently tweaked LCR norms to boost liquidity. What does ‘LCR’ stands for?

  1. Liquidity Coverage Ratio
  2. Liquidity Carbon Ratio
  3. Liquidity Commodity Ratio
  4. Liquidity Calculative Ratio

12. Which of the following banks has recently launched paperless account opening facility for NRI’s?

  1. ICICI Bank
  2. Axis Bank
  3. IDBI Bank
  4. HDFC Bank

13. Which is India’s rank in the 2019 World Press Freedom Index (WPFI)?

  1. 135
  2. 140
  3. 145
  4. 150

14. Amar Paul, who passed away recently, was the legendary folk singer of which language?

  1. Odia
  2. Tamil
  3. Bengali
  4. Urdu

15. The state tree of H.P. is

  1. Sal
  2. Teak
  3. Deodar
  4. Shisham

16. The state game of H.P. is

  1. Volleyball
  2. Hockey
  3. Kabaddi
  4. Kho-kho

17. Population density of H.P. as per census 2011 is

  1. 109
  2. 116
  3. 121
  4. 123

18. Nalwari fair is celebrated in which district of H.P.?

  1. Hamirpur
  2. Una
  3. Solan
  4. None of these

19. Hathi dhar is located in which district of H.P.?

  1. Chamba
  2. Kangra
  3. Mandi
  4. Kullu

20. ‘Chabutra Hills’ is located in which district of H.P.?

  1. Sirmaur
  2. Solan
  3. Shimla
  4. Hamirpur

21. ‘Banganga’ is a tributary of which river in H.P.?

  1. Yamuna
  2. Chenab
  3. Beas
  4. Satluj

22. ‘Pooh’ sub-division is located in which district of H.P.?

  1. Lahaul & Spiti
  2. Kinnaur
  3. Kullu
  4. Chamba

23. Halda Festival is celebrated in which district of H.P.?

  1. Kinnaur
  2. Chamba
  3. Sirmaur
  4. Lahaul & Spiti

24. Dr. Y.S. Parmar belonged to which district of H.P.?

  1. Sirmaur
  2. Solan
  3. Shimla
  4. Kangra

25. Who was the first recipient of Pahari Gandhi Baba Kanshi Ram Award in Pahari Literature?

  1. Mian Goverdhan Singh
  2. Jai Dev Kiran
  3. Suman Rawat
  4. Keshav Narayan

26. Oldest Painting school of H.P. was

  1. Kangra
  2. Guler
  3. Basholi
  4. None of these

27. Which is the largest administrative division of H.P.?

  1. Shimla
  2. Kangra
  3. Mandi
  4. None of these

28. Old name of ‘Baijnath’ was:

  1. Trigarta
  2. Brahmpur
  3. Hindur
  4. Kirgram

29. Who was the founder of Chamba Town?

  1. Meru Varman
  2. Lakshman Varman
  3. Sahil Varman
  4. None of these

30. Total number of legislative assembly constituencies in H.P. is

  1. 3
  2. 4
  3. 36
  4. 68

31. Who commanded the Mughal forces which subdued Kangra fort in 1620 A.D.?

  1. Chattar Singh
  2. Durga Singh
  3. Nawab Ali Khan
  4. Torman

32. In which century was the Mandi state founded?

  1. Sixth
  2. Ninth
  3. Tenth
  4. Fourteenth

33. When Gandhiji visited Shimla for the first time?

  1. 1921
  2. 1924
  3. 1927
  4. 1930

34. Who started the Shivratri fair of Mandi (at Purani Mandi) ?

  1. Bhawani Sen
  2. Ajbar Sen
  3. Chattar Singh
  4. Mian Autar Singh

35. The total length of the Kalka-Shimla railway line is

  1. 92.5 km
  2. 96.5 km
  3. 103 km
  4. 107 km

36. Suketi fossil park is located in which district of H.P.?

  1. Mandi
  2. Chamba
  3. Kinnaur
  4. Sirmaur

37. Central Potato Research Institute is located in which district of H.P.?

  1. Shimla
  2. Hamirpur
  3. Kinnaur
  4. Kangra

38. ‘Sanjay Vidyut Pariyojna’ is in which district of H.P.?

  1. Kullu
  2. Chamba
  3. Kinnaur
  4. Kangra

39. Who wrote the book ‘Lajjo’?

  1. Y.S. Parmar
  2. Shanta Kumar
  3. Ranzor Singh
  4. Dev Raj Sharma

Directions : (Q.40 to Q. 44): Choose the most appropriate option out of the four given the alternative (a),(b),(c),(d) to fill in the blank.

40. The centralization of both political and economic power has been continuing ………………….. independence.

  1. From
  2. For
  3. Since
  4. By

41. The judge recommended a severe punishment so that he ……………………… from drinking in the future.

  1. Desisted
  2. Avoided
  3. Withdrew
  4. Recoiled

42. It has been observed that income ……………….. widened between urban and rural areas.

  1. Accretion
  2. Tax
  3. Disparity
  4. Deviation

43. Coins are made in the ……………….

  1. Mint
  2. Smithy
  3. Granary
  4. Arsenal

44. She was standing laughing ……………… a crowd of journalists.

  1. Among
  2. Between
  3. In
  4. With

Directions (Q. 45 to 49): Choose the correct meaning of the given idiom/ Phrase out of the four alternatives (a),(b),(c),(d).

45. To rest on one’s laurels

  1. To depend on one’s fame
  2. To be a parasite
  3. To retire from active life
  4. To crave for popularity

46. To meet one halfway

  1. To meet a person on the way
  2. To come to a compromise with one
  3. To half-hearted agreement
  4. To apologize

47. To have an old head on young shoulders

  1. To have grey hair
  2. To be wise beyond one’s years
  3. A braggart
  4. A person with too much responsibility

48. Nigger in the woodpile

  1. To inhabit in forest
  2. A serious disease
  3. An honest person
  4. Something that spoils

49. To have a jaundice eye

  1. To have a jaundice
  2. To have fever
  3. To be prejudiced
  4. To lose colour

Directions (Q. 50 to 54): Choose the word out of four alternatives a,b,c,d which is opposite in meaning to the given word.

50. Feeble

  1. Weak
  2. Robust
  3. Meek
  4. Emaciated

51. Ghastly

  1. Pleasant
  2. Frightful
  3. Spectral
  4. Horrible

52. Curb

  1. Help
  2. Incite
  3. Restrain
  4. Aggravate

53. Overt

  1. Secret
  2. Open
  3. Copy
  4. Divert

54. Deviate

  1. Stary
  2. Conform
  3. Abide
  4. Change

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