Solved Paper TGT (Arts) 2019 [Part-1] – HPSSC Hamirpur

By | June 22, 2019

Series: D

Post Code: 699

1. Teacher’s training college was established in Madras in which year?

  1. 1852
  2. 1854
  3. 1856
  4. 1860

2. A teacher is concerned more about the educational process than with the formation of its

  1. Goals
  2. Purposes
  3. Both A and B
  4. None of these

3. What is the main center of informal education?

  1. Radio and television
  2. Society
  3. Family
  4. All of these

4. Who said, “The true basis of education is the study of the human mind”?

  1. Vivekananda
  2. Aurobindo Ghosh
  3. Ravindra Nath Tagore
  4. Mahatma Gandhi

5. The Harappans had trade contacts with all of the following, except

  1. Iran
  2. Mesopotamia
  3. Rome
  4. Afghanistan

6. Man-made significant advances in the

  1. Palaeolithic Age
  2. Chalcolithic Age
  3. Mesolithic Age
  4. Neolithic Age

7. Girivraja was the earliest capital of

  1. Kasha
  2. Magadha
  3. Vriji
  4. None of these

8. Which of the following refers to Mauryas as Kshatriyas?

  1. The Greek writers
  2. Mudrarakshasa
  3. Divyavadana
  4. Arthashastra

9. The Ashokan inscriptions were generally located near

  1. Mountains
  2. Highways
  3. Public places
  4. Port towns

10. The Kushan coins were influenced by

  1. Roman coins
  2. Chinese coins
  3. Persian coins
  4. Indigenous factors

11. The Gupta period marked a high watermark in the field of

  1. Architecture
  2. Painting
  3. Sculpture
  4. Terracottas

12. Which Chola ruler was also known as Madurai Konda?

  1. Aditya 1
  2. Parantaka 1
  3. Vijayalaya
  4. Parantaka 2

13. Who among the following was greatly influenced by Islam?

  1. Shankaracharya
  2. Ramanuja
  3. Namadeva
  4. Ramananda

14. Who wrote the ‘Futuhat-i-Firozshahi’?

  1. Ibn Batuta
  2. Afif
  3. Muhammad-bin-Tughlaq
  4. Firoz Tughlaq

15. Which Delhi Sultan received a robe of honour from the Caliph?

  1. Iltutmish
  2. Balban
  3. Qutubuddin Aibak
  4. Alauddin Khilji

16. Who were the first foreign traders to reach Malabar in the fifteenth century?

  1. Portuguese
  2. French
  3. English
  4. Dutch

17. The partition of Bengal was scrapped by

  1. Lord Hardinge
  2. Lord Minto
  3. Lord Ilbert
  4. Lord Lytton

18. How many of Gandhiji’s followers were selected to go on the march to Dandi?

  1. 78
  2. 87
  3. 97
  4. 107

19. The first Round Table Conference was held in London in

  1. 1930
  2. 1932
  3. 1934
  4. 1937

20. Conduction can take place in

  1. Solids
  2. Liquids
  3. Gases
  4. None of these

Ans: A, B and C.

21. Which of the following is most suitable for electromagnets?

  1. Steel
  2. Nickel
  3. Silver
  4. Soft iron

22. Hydrogen bomb is based on

  1. Nuclear fission
  2. Nuclear fusion
  3. Chemical reaction
  4. None of these

23. Washing soda is chemically

  1. Sodium chloride
  2. Calcium hydroxide
  3. Sodium carbonate
  4. Sodium hydroxide

24. Which of the following is natural rubber?

  1. Polythene
  2. Bakelite
  3. Nitrocellulose
  4. Isoprene

25. The fuel used in jet aeroplanes is

  1. Diesel
  2. Petrol
  3. Kerosene
  4. Alcohol

26. Apiculture is associated with which of the following

  1. Honeybee
  2. Fish
  3. Silkworm
  4. Lac insects

27. The glucose level in the blood is controlled by which hormone?

  1. Thyroxine
  2. Insulin
  3. Somatotropin
  4. Prolactin

28. Pain relieving drugs are known as

  1. Antibiotics
  2. Anesthetic
  3. Sulpha Compound
  4. None of these

29. Paper is a product of

  1. Protein
  2. Cellulose
  3. Starch
  4. Pectin

30. Granite is a form of

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

31. Fjord coasts are common in

  1. Norway
  2. Germany
  3. Sweden
  4. France

32. Monsoon winds fall in which category?

  1. Planetary
  2. Local winds
  3. Periodic winds
  4. None of these

33. The tropical cyclones move from

  1. North to south
  2. South to North
  3. East to West
  4. West to East

34. Flat-topped seamounts are known as

  1. Shoals
  2. Reefs
  3. Banks
  4. None of these

35. Which of the following ocean currents belongs to the Indian Ocean?

  1. Agulhas current
  2. Labrador current
  3. Canary current
  4. Antilles current

36. Which of the following soils is also known as black soil?

  1. Prairie Soil
  2. Laterite Soil
  3. Tundra Soil
  4. Chernozem Soil

37. Which of the following characterizes the desert forests?

  1. Broad leaves
  2. Canopy leaves
  3. Dense leaves
  4. Pointed leaves

38. Sugar mills are

  1. Raw material based
  2. Power based
  3. Labor-based
  4. Market-based

39. Nepal shares border with which other country besides India?

  1. Afghanistan
  2. Bangladesh
  3. China
  4. Bhutan

40. Where is Anaimudi peak located?

  1. Sahyadri
  2. Eastern Ghats
  3. Nilgiri mountain range
  4. Palani range

41. Vijayawada is located on the bank of which river?

  1. Cauvery
  2. Krishna
  3. Mahanadi
  4. Yamuna

42. The oldest river valley project in India is

  1. Hirakud
  2. Damodar
  3. Chambal
  4. Kosi

43. How many times has the preamble of the Constitution been amended?

  1. 1 time
  2. 2 times
  3. 3 times
  4. never amended

44. In which of the following form, India has been described in the Constitution?

  1. Confederation
  2. Unitary
  3. Federation
  4. None of these

45. How many fundamental duties are there in the Indian Constitution?

  1. 8
  2. 9
  3. 10
  4. None of these

46. Who appoints the Attorney General of India?

  1. Chief Justice of India
  2. Law Minister
  3. Prime Minister
  4. None of these

47. The ‘Speaker’s Vote’ in the Lok Sabha is called

  1. Casting vote
  2. Indirect vote
  3. Direct vote
  4. Sound vote

48. The constitution does not have the provision to impeach the

  1. President
  2. Governor
  3. Chief Justice of India
  4. Chief Justice of any High Court

49. The Panchayati Raj was first adopted by which of the following states?

  1. Madhya Pradesh
  2. Himachal Pradesh
  3. Arunachal Pradesh
  4. None of these

50. Which article of the Indian Constitution has the provision for National Emergency?

  1. Article 356
  2. Article 360
  3. Article 367
  4. None of these

51. The ‘Right to Vote’ in elections of the parliament is a

  1. Fundamental Right
  2. Constitutional right
  3. Legal Right
  4. Natural Right

52. When was National Commission for Minorities established?

  1. 1985
  2. 1988
  3. 1990
  4. None of these (It was established in 1993)

53. He came before the appointed time.” Which part of speech is before in the sentence?

  1. Adverb
  2. Adjective
  3. Preposition
  4. Noun

54. The news that he is dead is false. The clause in italics is :

  1. Co-ordinate clause
  2. Noun clause
  3. Adverb clause
  4. Adjective clause

55. A speech made to oneself when one is alone is?

  1. Heresy
  2. Soliloquy
  3. Extempore
  4. Monologue

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