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Indian Army Nursing Previous Exam paper-5
01. Sarnath Lion Capital is attributed to
02. Shuddhi movement was started by
a. Swami Vivekananda
b. Swami Dayanand Saraswati
c. Mahatma Gandhi
d. Raja Ram Mohan Roy
03. Kanchipuram is in which of the following States?
b. Tamil Nadu
c. Andhra Pradesh
04. Which of the following is the most important factor in soil formation?
c. Natural Vegetation
d. Rock cover
05. Who was the first Air Chief to receive the honor of ‘Marshal’?
a. S.K. Mehra
b. Yashwant Tipnis
c. Satish Kumar Sarin
d. Arjan Singh
06. The official language of Lakshadweep, a Union Territory of India is
07. The oldest monarchy in the world is that of
c. Saudi Arabia
08. The world famous ‘Khajuraho’ sculptures are located in
d. Madhya Pradesh
09. Kalinga Award is given for
10. Cannes Film Festival is held in
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16. Which of the following is the largest public sector organization in India
11. The court language of Mughals was
12. ‘Mahatma’ was added before Gandhi’s name during
a. Amritsar Session of INC 1919
b. Rowlatt Satyagraha
c. Champaran Satyagrah
d. Initial stage of Khilafat Movement
13. The Tropic of Cancer does not pass through
b. West Bengal
d. Madhya Pradesh
14. The world’s highest waterfall is in
15. Which of the Banks is Nationalized in 1969
a. Punjab and Sind Bank
b. Corporation Bank
c. Oriental Bank of Commerce
d. Punjab National Bank
16. Who wrote the book ‘Planned Economy for India’?
a. M. Visvesvaraya
b. Mahatma Gandhi
c. Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel
d. Jawaharlal Nehru
17. The number of the State Legislative Council are elected for what period?
a. 2 years
b. 4 years
c. 6 years
d. 8 years
18. The Nobel Prize for Economics was instituted in 1967, but was first awarded in
19. Under the constitution, the residuary powers vest with the
b. Supreme Court
c. Union Government
d. State Government
20. Which monument in India is the memorial to the unknown soldier
a. Victoria Memorial
c. India Gate
d. None of these
21. Kidney stones are mainly formed by which of the following compound?
a. Calcium bicarbonate
b. Calcium Oxalate
c. Sodium chloride
22. Potatoes are borne on?
a. Primary roots
b. Stem branches
c. Lateral roots
d. Adventitious roots
23. Which one among the following is known as ‘animal starch’?
24. The vitamin which is generally excreted by human in urine is?
a. Vitamin – A
b. Vitamin – D
c. Vitamin – C
d. Vitamin – E
25. Which of the following organism does not obey the ‘Cell Theory’?
26. Which are among the following organs is involved in the conversion of ammonia, the main end product of protein digestion to excretory product urea?
27. Increase in atmospheric temperature due to Co2is called
a. Pasteur effect
b. Greenhouse effect
c. Blackman effect
d. Emerson effect
28. The smallest taxon is called
29. Which hormone level reaches peak during luteal phase of menstrual cycle?
a. Luteinizing hormone
c. Follicle stimulating hormone
30. The enzyme that cuts DNA is
d. Restriction endonuclease
31. Which among the following elements are generally find in free state?
a. Group 11 elements
b. Group 12 elements
c. Group 13 elements
d. Group 14 elements
32. Which among the following would cause the bright red color due to bursting of crackers?
33. Which among the following scientists had discovered Radium?
a. Marie Sklodowska-Curie and Pierre Curie
b. Andre-Louis Debierne
c. Kasimir Fajans
d. Oswald Helmuth Gohring
34. Which among the following oxides cause the Acid rain?
a. Carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide
b. Nitrous oxide and sulphur dioxide
c. Carbon dioxide and nitrous oxide
d. Sulphur dioxide and carbon monoxide
35. Which among the following element is an essential constituent of acids?
36. Highest percentage of nitrogen is found in which among the following fertilizers among the given options?
a. Calcium ammonium nitrate
b. Ammonium nitrate
c. Calcium nitrate
37. Which among the following is popularly called Hypo?
a. Silver bromide
b. Silver nitrate
c. Sodium thiosulphate
d. Sodium phosphate
38. Which among the following is responsible for depletion of Ozone?
a. Carbon monoxide
b. Carbon dioxide
d. Mercuric oxide
39. Which among the following is a Noble Gas?
40. Which among the following are constituents of Brass?
a. Zinc and Copper
b. Iron and Zinc
c. Copper and Nickel
d. Iron and Copper
41. A train is 180 m long. If it runs at a speed of 90 km/h. How long will it take to pass an electric pole?
a. 0.2 h
b. 0.02 h
c. 2 h
d. 7.5 s
42. The number 453453 is divisible by
43. Which of the following fraction is not equal to the other three?
44. The least number which must be subtracted from 2361 to make it a perfect square, is
45. Express 63 km/h into m/s
46. The HCF of 185, 333 and 481 is
47. The average age of 30 boys of a class is equal to 14 years. When the age of the class teacher is included the average becomes 15 years. The age of the class teacher is
a. 40 years
b. 42 years
c. 45 years
d. 48 years
48. Two numbers are in the ratio 2 : 3. If 9 is added to each, they will be in the ratio 3 : 4, the numbers are
a. 8, 12
b. 10, 15
c. 12, 28
d. 18, 27
49. The length of a tunnel, which a train 90 m long, travelling at 48 km/h, can cross in 21 s is
a. 180 m
b. 290 m
c. 280 m
d. 190 m
50. If 36% of pupils in a school are girls and the number of boys in the school is 816, how many girls are there in the school