MPPSC Solved Paper Prelims – 2014

MPPSC Solved Paper Prelims – 2014 – History, Polity, Geography, Sports, Arts, culture, current affairs etc.

MPPSC preliminary (Pre) Examination solved papers of 2014 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. ‘Five year Plan’ under which was the decision to establish a socialistic pattern of society taken – Fourth Five Year Plan, 1969-74,
  2. Committee recommended for three tier panchayati raj system in India – Balwant Rai committee,
  3. 1st president of Bhartiya Janta Party after its establishment – A. B. Vajpayee,
  4. Article of the Indian constitution that provides the provision of Vidhan Parishad in the state – Article 171,
  5. Year in which the communist party of India divided into two parties- CPI and CPIM – 1964,
  6. Example of Inland Drainage RiverGhaggar,
  7. Himalayan peak Kanchenjunga is situated in Sikkim,
  8. Durban city is situated in – South Africa,
  9. Government of India nationalised 14 major private banks in 1969,
  10. Bangladesh was established as an independent nation after Indo-Pakistan War of Dec-1971,
  11. Chilka lake is situated in Orissa,
  12. Sunderban Delta is formed by the rivers Ganga and Brahmaputra,
  13. All India Muslim League was founded in the year 1906 by Aga Khan,
  14. Governor-General introduced the permanent land revenue system in IndiaLord Cornallis,
  15. “Mountbatten Plan” regarding the partition of India was officially declared on June 3, 1947,
  16. Person elected as the president of the Indian National Congress for the year 1938 – Subhash Chandra Bose,
  17. Mughal emperor introduced educational reforms – Akbar,
  18. Sikh guru instituted the khalsa panth – Guru Gobind Singh in 1699 A.D.,
  19. During the rule of Shivaji the foreign minister was known as Sumant,
  20. Some composition of Tulsidas: Gitawali, Kavitawali, vinay parika etc.
  21. Rajput dynasty that founded the city of Delhi in the eight century – Tomar dynasty,
  22. Gupta empire granted tax-free agrarian land to – Brahmins.
  23. Sultan who introduced market forms – Alauddin Khilji,
  24. State in India with longest coast-line – Gujarat,
  25. State with lowest urban population in India is – Sikkim,
  26. Buddhist literature contains the Buddha’s sermons on matters of ethics and doctrine – Sutta Pitaka,
  27. Opium is cultivated in which district of Madhya Pradesh? – Mandsaur,
  28. Fossil National Park of Madhya Pradesh is located at Mandla,
  29. Example of “Lentic Habitat” in fresh water community is – ponds and swamps,
  30. Fuel for nuclear bomb – Uranium,
  31. Districts of Madhya Pradesh is known for the production of graphiteBetul,
  32. Madhya Pradesh state was constituted on – 1-Nov-1956,
  33. Asia-Pacific economic Co-operation (APEC) Summit 2014 was held at Beijing,
  34. Green Army” is introduced for environment conservation by Australia,
  35. The Nobel Prize in chemistry for the year 2014 was given to Eric Betzig, Stefan W. Hell and William E. Moerner for Florence microscopy,
  36. According to the world health organisation the most affected country by Ebola is Liberia,
  37. Indian Prime Minister launched “swachha bharat mission” officially on – Gandhi Jayanti,
  38. Kyoto Protocol” is related to Green House Gases (GHG),
  39. Image of an object formed in human eye on retina,
  40. 102nd Indian science congress was held at Mumbai,
  41. First chief minister of Telangana state – K. Chandrasekhar Rao,
  42. Halophytes grow well in saline soils,
  43. Excess of which of the following in the blood causes the “Blue Baby Syndrome” disease? – Methamoglobin,
  44. Size of the sun is how many times bigger than that of the earth? – 109 times,
  45. The coldest planet in the solar system is – Neptune,
  46. Ozone layer Preservation Day” is celebrated on 16Sep,
  47. Organisation related to “Red Data Book” or “Red List” is IUCN,
  48. Leader of “Chipko Movement” – Sundarlal Bahuguna,
  49. Montreal Protocol” is related to – Chloroflurocarbon,
  50. Rangrajan committee was constituted for disinvestment,
  51. Provision of election commission is mentioned in Article 324 of constitution of India,
  52. Rank of India in silk production in the world is 2nd,
  53. Chairman of advisory committee of fundamental rights and minorities by the constituent assembly – Sardar Patel,
  54. Famous Hazara temple of Vijaynagar was built during the reign of – Krishna Deva Raya,
  55. Age for voting was reduced from 21 years to 18 years by 61st constitutional amendment act,
  56. Chairperson and members of state human rights commission appointed by Governor,
  57. State Government is empowered for imposition and realisation of collective fine under SC and ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989,
  58. People responsible for the offences committed by companies, under the protection of civil rights act, 1955 are director, managers, secretary etc.
  59. Offence committed by any public servant under section 3 of the SC and ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989, provides for minimum punishment of 1 year,
  60. Slowest Internet connection service is dial-up service,
  61. SMPS full form: Switched mode power supply,
  62. Offences are tried under the protection of civil rights act, 1955 by the court of Judicial Magistrate First Class,
  63. One byte = 8 bits,
  64. Firewall is used in communication network/system for protection from unauthorised attack,
  65. FTP full form – File Transfer Protocol,
  66. The city located on the banks of river Betwa is Orchha,
  67. Baghel Khand in Madhya Pradesh is known for White Tigers,
  68. Word processing, spread sheet and photo editing are examples of application softwares,
  69. Gaur dance is associated with Mauriya tribe,
  70. Dynasty famous for efficient rural administration was Chola dynasty,
  71. The temples of Khajuraho were built by the Chandelas,
  72. Nimar festival is organised every year in Madhya Pradesh at Maheshwar,
  73. Malanjkhand Madhya Pradesh is famous for copper,
  74. Birsinghpur Hydro Power Station is situated in Umaria district,
  75. Bauxite is the ore of aluminium,
  76. The Narmada Valley lies between which of the following mountain ranges of Satpura and Vindhyachal,
  77. Hockey India League started in the year 2013,
  78. Narmada valley is an example of rift valley,
  79. Prabhas Joshi Award is given by Madhya Pradesh Government for Mallakhamba,
  80. Author of the book “One-day Wonders” is Sunil Gavaskar,
  81. The word ‘libro’ is used in volleyball,
  82. Holkar trophy is associated with bridge,
  83. Bonus line is marked in Kabaddi,
  84. Black Pearl is related with Football,
  85. Office of GATT established at Geneva in 1948,
  86. Bhim Rao Ambedkar International Sports Stadium is situated at Faizabad.

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Q1. Aishbagh stadium is situated in which city of Madhya Pradesh?

Ans. Aishbagh stadium of MP is located in Bhopal.

Q2. Holkar cricket stadium is situated in which city of Madhya Pradesh?

Ans. Indore.

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