MPPSC Solved Paper Prelims – 2013

MPPSC Solved Paper Prelims – 2013 – History, Polity, Geography, Sports, Arts, culture, current affairs etc.

MPPSC preliminary (Pre) Examination solved papers of 2013 available here in English in short one-liners so it will save your precious time for revision and to full proof your knowledge as well.

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Question-Answer Section:

  1. Term Monsoon is originated from – Arabic language,
  2. Gandak project is joint initiative of: Bihar and Nepal,
    • Gandak river originates in Nepal,
  3. Smallest union territory of India: Lakshadweep,
  4. Confluence of Alaknanda and Bhagirathi occurs in Devprayag,
  5. Great ice-age is related to pleistocene,
  6. Regur soil is also named as black soil,
  7. Child rights are protected in article 24 of Indian Constitution,
  8. Full form of PIL: Public interest litigation,
  9. Number of articles are there in Universal Declaration of human rights: 30,
  10. Aparthied: A system in South Africa of institutionalised racial segregation,
  11. Rights without duties are like men without shadow,
  12. Human Rights Day is observed on 10-December,
  13. Author of the book ‘World of All Human Rights’: Soli Jehangir Sorabjee,
  14. U.N. observed 1975 as International year for women,
  15. A court can presume that any act constituting offence was committed on the ground of ‘untouchability’- if such offence is committed in relation to a member of scheduled castes.
  16. Article 17 of Indian Constitution deals with abolition of untouchability,
  17. The power to impose a collective fines comes under the state government,
  18. An offence committed under the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Act, 1989 will be investigated by the police officer of the rank of Deputy Superintendent,
  19. Under the scheduled castes and scheduled tribes (prevention of atrocities) Act, 1989, anticipatory bail is absolutely barred.
  20. The state government can specify a court session to be a special court to try the offences under the scheduled castes and scheduled tribes (prevention of atrocities) act, 1989, with the concurrence of the Chief Justice of High Court,
  21. Under the Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribes Prevention of Atrocities Act, 1989, the court may presume abetment, common intention and common object,
  22. Under the Civil Rights Protection Act, 1955 all offences are cognizable,
  23. What are the two parts of E-mail address? – user name and domain address,
  24. A ‘menu’ contains a list of commands,
  25. Junk e-mail is also called spam,
  26. Computer hardware examples: mouse, printer, monitor etc.,
  27. Type of computer could be found in a digital watch: Embedded computer,
  28. Inventor of WWW-World Wide Web: Tim Berners Lee,
  29. OMR is used in checking of objective type answer paper in the examination,
  30. The ‘akashwani kendra’ in Indore was started on: 22-May-1955,
  31. Number of legislative assembly seats in M.P. i.e. in Vidhan Sabha is 230,
  32. The original name of Tansen was Ramtanu Pandey,
  33. Largest tribe of India: Gond,
  34. Dewas is famous for: printing of currency notes,
  35. Some dialects of MP: Brijbhasha, Malvi, Nimadi etc.
  36. Samadhi of Maharani Laxmibai is situated in Gwalior,
  37. Caves of Bhimbethka are situated in Abdullaganj-raisen district,
  38. Highest waterfall of Madhya Pradesh – Chachai waterfalls,
  39. Temple Mahakaal in ujjain is situated on the banks of river Kshipra,
  40. Khajuraho temples are located in Chhatarpur district,
  41. Establishment year of the Oldest (Sagar) university of M.P. – 1946,
  42. District called as the energy capital of Madhya Pradesh – Singrauli,
  43. The famous textile of M.P. is Chanderi,
  44. Author of the book ‘Golden Girl’ – PT Usha,
  45. Weight of a cricket ball is: 159.9 to 163 gms,
  46. First indian woman to win an asian games gold medal in 400 metre race – Kamaljit Sandhu,
  47. Cricket is not included in Olympics,
  48. Number of squares in chess board: 64,
  49. The term ‘Butterfly stroke’ is related with: Swimming,
  50. Number of players in a Kho-Kho team: 12,
  51. Sanskrit literature has begun – Rigveda,
  52. Panchtantra is originally written by – Vishnu Sharma,
  53. Chardham includes: Puri, Rameshwara, Dwarka and Badrinath,
  54. Mahakumbh is held after 12 years,
  55. First Five year Plan was started in 1951-52,
  56. Sarvodaya Plan’ was drafted by Jayaprakash Narayan,
  57. National Planning Committee’ was set up by: Subhash Chandra Bose,
  58. Viticulture is related to production of grapes,
  59. The ‘Fundamental Rights‘ are justiciable,
  60. Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) was founded by Hedgewar in 1925,
  61. Social base of the communist parties in India includes agriculture and Industries working class, educated and youth,
  62. Act of 1919 introduced bicameral legislature in the centre,
  63. The ‘Directive Principles’ are non-justiciable i.e. it cannot be enforced by the court,
  64. The term ‘Socialist’ was brought into the Preamble of the Indian Constitution by 42nd amendment,
  65. Rabi crops are sown from October to November,
  66. Narmada river does not make delta,
  67. National Atlas and Thematic Mapping Organisation is located in Kolkata,
  68. Bhagirathi river originates from Gomukh,
  69. Nanda Devi Peak is located in Uttarakhand,
  70. Shiwalik Hills are part of Himalayas,
  71. India has the longest International boundary with Bangladesh,
  72. Swami Vivekanand delivered his speech in ‘World Religion Conference’ in Chicago city in 1893,
  73. The ex-officio chairman of Planning Commission is The Prime Minister of India,
  74. Head office of Indian National Army or Azad Hind Fauj was located in Rangoon,
  75. Third battle of panipat fought – 14-Jan-1761,
  76. Writer of the book ‘Satyarth Prakash’ – Swami Dayanand Saraswati,
  77. Gadar party was organised by Lala Hardayal,
  78. By Charter Act of 1833 British Govt. abolished the monopoly of East India Company on trading of tea and sugar,
  79. Bhopal Gas Tragedy date: 2-3 Dec 1984,
  80. The ‘Pradhanmantri Bharat Jodo Pariyojna’ is related to development of highways,
  81. Father of ‘Immunology’ Edward Jenner,
  82. Author of book ‘Namsake’ – Jhumpa Lahri,
  83. Supreme Court in India was inaugurated on 16-Jan-1950,
  84. Boat race is the part of onam festival,
  85. International Decade for natural disaster reduction (IDNDR) is: 1991-2000,
  86. Madhubani’ painting is related to Bihar,
  87. Environment Protection Act (E.P.A.) is also known as Umbrella Legislation.

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Q2. AIIMS in Madhya Pradesh is located in which city?

Ans. AIIMS Bhopal.

Q3. IISER Madhya Pradesh is located in which city?

Ans. IISER Bhopal.