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    CSAT 2012 exam discussion

    Post  Admin on Sat May 19, 2012 4:41 pm

    Insert how much are you expecting to score in CSAT. We will work out the cutoff and your chances in the exam.

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    Re: CSAT 2012 exam discussion

    Post  pallavi on Sun May 20, 2012 8:21 pm

    please answer the following questions if you can :

    The congress ministries resigned in the seven provinces in 1939, because
    a. congress cud not form ministries in the other four provinces
    b. emergence of a left wing in the congress made the working of the ministries impossible
    c. there wide widespread communal disturbances in their provinces.
    d. None

    If national water mission is properly and completely implemented how will it impact the country?
    1 part of the water needs of urban areas will be met through recycling of waste water.
    2 the water requirements of coastal cities with inadequate alternative sources of water will be met by adopting appropriate technologies that allow for the use of ocean wirer.
    3. All the rivers of Himalayan origin will be linked to the rivers of peninsular India
    4. The expenses incurred by farmers for digging bore wells and for installing motors and pump sets to draw groundwater will be completely reimbursed by the govt.
    Correct
    a 1
    b 12
    c 34
    d 1234

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    Re: CSAT 2012 exam discussion

    Post  pallavi on Sun May 20, 2012 8:26 pm

    And please someone tell me what should be the cutoff??
    As per my estimate this year's paper was definitely tougher than last year's.
    Please tell me do you also think the same way as I do about this year's papers???

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    Re: CSAT 2012 exam discussion

    Post  Admin on Sun May 20, 2012 8:31 pm

    Some of the questions of Paper-1. Answer key would be updated shortly. Have a good discussion on questions.

    The Nagara, the Dravida and the Vesara are the
    a. three main racial groups of the Indian sub continent.
    b. Three main linguistic divisions in to which the languages of India can be classified
    c. three main styles of Indian temple architecture
    d three main musical gharanas prevalent in India



    The congress ministries resigned in the seven provinces in 1939, because
    a. congress cud not form ministries in the other four provinces
    b. emergence of a left wing in the congress made the working of the ministries impossible
    c. there wide widespread communal disturbances in their provinces.
    d. None



    Which of the following can be said to be essentially the parts of inclusive governance?
    1. Permitting the non banking companies to do banking
    2. Establishing effective district planning committees in all the districts

    3. Increasing the govt. spending on public health
    4. Strengthening the midday meal scheme
    codes
    a. 1, 2
    b. 3, 4
    c. 2, 3, 4
    d. All



    With reference to the scientific progress of ancient India which of the statements given below are correct?
    1. Different kinds of specialised surgical instruments were in common use by 1st century ad.
    2. Transplant of internal organs in the human body had begun by the beginning of 3rd century ad.
    3. The concept of sine of an angle was known in 5thcentury ad
    4. Concept of cyclic quadrilateral was known in 7thcentury
    ad
    code
    a. 1 2
    b 3 4
    c 1 3 4
    d 1 2 3 4



    With reference to the history of ancient India, which of the following was/were common to both Buddhism and Jainism?
    1. Avoidance of extremities of penance and enjoyment
    2. Indifference to the authority of the Vedas

    3. Denial of efficacy of rituals
    codes
    a. 1
    b. 2, 3
    c. 1, 3
    d. 1, 2, 3



    Electrically charged particles from space travelling at speeds of several hundred km/sec can severely harm living beings if they reach the surface f the earth.
    What prevents them from reaching the surface of the earth?
    a. earth's magnetic field diverts them toward its poles
    b. ozone layer around the earth reflects them back to outer space
    c. moisture in the upper layers of atmosphere prevents them from reaching the surface of the earth
    d. none correct.



    Which of the following is/are cited by the scientists as evidence/evidences for the continued expansion of universe?
    1. Detection of microwaves in space
    2. Observation of red shift phenomenon in space
    3. Movement of asteroids in space
    4. Occurrence of supernova explosions in space
    code
    a. 1 2
    b. 2
    c 1 3 4
    d none



    A team of scientists at Brookhaven national laboratory including from India created the heaviest anti matter (anti helium nucleus). What is/are the implications of the creation of anti matter?
    1. It will make mineral prospecting and oil exploration easier and cheaper.
    2. It will help probe the possibility of the existence of stars and galaxies made of anti matter.
    3. It will help understand the evolution of the universe.
    a. 1
    b. 2 3
    c. 3
    d. 1 2 3



    Find the correct answer:
    CFC, known as ozone depleting substances are used
    1. In the production of plastic foams
    2 in the production of tubeless tyres
    3. In cleaning certain electronic components
    4. As pressurizing agents in aerosol
    cans
    a 123
    b 4
    c 134
    d 1234

    Biomass gasification is considered to be one of the sustainable solutions to the power crisis in India. In this context which of the following statements correct/
    1 coconut shells, groundnut shells and rice husk can be used in biomass gasification
    2 the combustible gases generated from biomass gasification consist of hydrogen and carbon dioxide only
    3.the combustible gases generated from biomass gasification can be used for direct heat generation but not in internal combustion engines.
    Correct
    a 1
    b 23
    c 13
    d 123



    1. Bacteria
    2. Fungi
    3. Flowering plants
    Some species of which of the above kinds of organisms are employed as bio pesticides?
    a. 1
    b 23
    c 13
    d 123

    With reference to consumer’s rights under the provision of law in India which of the following statements correct/
    1 consumers are empowered to take samples for food testing
    2 when consumer files a complaint in any consumer forum, no fee is required to be paid.
    3. In case of death of consumer, his legal heir can file a complaint in the consumer forum on his behalf.
    a. 1
    b 23
    c 13
    d 123

    Consider the following statements
    1. Union territories are not presented in the Raja Sabah
    2. It is within the purview of the CEC to adjudicate the election disputes
    3. According to the Constitution of India, parliament consists of Lok Sabah and Rajya Sabah only
    correct
    a 1
    b 23
    c 13
    d none



    Consider the following provision sunder the directive principles of state policy as enshrined in the constitution
    1 securing for citizens of India a uniform civil code
    2 organizing village panchayats
    3 promoting cottage industries in rural areas
    4 securing for all the workers reasonable leisure and cultural opportunities
    which of above are the gentian principles that are reflected in the directive principles of state policy?
    a. 124
    b. 23
    c. 134
    d. 1234



    If national water mission is properly and completely implemented how will it impact the country?
    1 part of the water needs of urban areas will be met through recycling of waste water.
    2 the water requirements of coastal cities with inadequate alternative sources of water will be met by adopting appropriate technologies that allow for the use of ocean wirer.
    3. All the rivers of Himalayan origin will be linked to the rivers of peninsular India
    4. The expenses incurred by farmers for digging bore wells and for installing motors and pump sets to draw groundwater will be completely reimbursed by the govt.
    Correct
    a 1
    b 12
    c 34
    d 1234



    The national green tribunal act. 2010 was enacted in consonance with which of the following provisions of the constitution of India/
    1 right to healthy environment, construed as a part of Right to life under article 21
    2 provision of grants for raising the level of administration in the scheduled areas for the welfare of scheduled tribes under article 275(1)
    3 powers and functions of gram Sabah as mentioned under article 243 (A)
    correct
    a 1
    b 23
    c 13
    d 123



    How does national biodiversity authority help in protecting the Indian agriculture?
    1. NBA checks the bio-pairacy and protects the indigenous and traditional genetic resources.
    2. NBA directly monitors and supervises the scientific research on genetic modification of crop plants
    3 applications for intellectual property rights related to genetic/ biological resources cannot be made without the approval of NBA.
    Correct
    a 1
    b 23
    c 13
    d 123



    In the parliament of India, the purpose of an adjournment motion is
    a. to allow a discussion on a definite matter of urgent public importance
    b. to leer opposition members collect information from the ministers
    c to allow a reduction of specific amount in demand for grant
    d to postpone the proceedings to check the inappropriate or violent behaviour on the part of some members



    Consider the following statements
    1. Union territories are not presented in the Rajya Sabah
    2. It is within the purview of the CEC to adjudicate the election disputes
    3. according to the constitution of India, parliament consists of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabah only
    correct
    a 1
    b 23
    c 13
    d none



    In the areas covered under the panchayat (extension to the scheduled areas) act, 1996 what is the role/ power of gram Sabah?
    1. Gram Sabah has the power to prevent alienation of land in the scheduled area.
    2. Gram Sabah has the ownership of minor forest produce
    3. Recommendation of gram Sabah is required for granting prospecting licence or mining lease for any mineral in the scheduled areas.
    Correct
    a 1
    b 12
    c 23
    d 123



    Which of the following can be threats to the biodiversity of a geographical area?
    1 global warming
    2 fragmentation of habitat
    3 invasion of alien species
    4 promotion of vegetarianism
    correct
    a 123
    b 23
    c 14
    d 1234



    What is the difference between the antelopes Oryx and Chiru?
    a Oryx is adapted to live in hot and arid areas whereas chiru is adapted to live in steppes and semi-desert areas of cold high mountains
    b oryx is poached for its antlers whereas chiru is poached for its musk
    c oryx exists in western India only whereas chiru exists in north east India only.
    d. none



    Regarding the office of the Lok Sabha speaker consider the following statements:
    1. he holds the office during the pleasure of the president
    2 he need not be a member of the house at the time of his election but has to become a member of the house within six months from the date of his election
    3. If he intends to resign the letter of his resignation has to be addressed to the deputy speaker.
    Correct
    a 12
    b 3
    c 123
    d none



    Which of the following are included in the original jurisdiction of the Supreme Court?
    1. Dispute b/w the govt. of India and one or more states
    2. a. dispute regarding elections to either housed of the parliament or that of legislature of a state
    3 a dispute between the Govt. of India and Union Territories
    4 dispute between two or more states.
    a. 1, 2
    b. 2, 3
    c. 1, 4
    d. 3, 4



    Which one of the following is the characteristic climate of the tropical savannah region?
    a rainfall throughout the year
    b rainfall in winter only
    c an extremely short dry season
    a definite dry and wet season

    Which of the below are pollinating agents?
    1 Bat
    2 bee
    3 bird
    a 12
    b 2
    c 13
    d 123



    In which one among the following categories of protected areas in India are local people not allowed to collect and use the biomass?
    a biosphere reserves
    b national parks
    c wetlands declared under Ramsar convention
    d wildlife sanctuaries



    Which one of the following groups of animals belong to the category of endangered species
    a. great Indian bustard, musk deer, red panda and Asiatic wild ass
    b. Kashmir stag, cheetah, blue bull, GIB
    c. snow leopard, swamp deer, rhesus monkey, saras
    d. lion tailed macaque, blue bull, hanuman langur, cheetah



    If there were no phenomenon of capillarity
    1 it would be difficult to use a kerosene lamp
    2 one would not be able to use a straw to consume a soft drink
    3 the blotting paper would paper would fail to function
    4 the big trees that we see around would not have grown on the earth
    Which of the above statements are correct?
    a 123
    b 134
    c 24
    d 1234



    A person stood alone in a desert on a dark night and wanted to reach his village which was situated 5km east of the point where he was standing .he had no instruments to find the direction but he located the polestar, the most convenient way now to reach his village is to walk in the
    a. facing the polestar
    b. opposite to the polestar
    c. keeping the polestar to his left
    d. Keeping the polestar to his ri8



    Recently there has been a concern over the short supply of a group of elements called rare earth metals. Why?
    1. China, which is the largest producer of these elements, has imposed some restrictions on their export.
    2 other than china, Australia, Canada, Chile, these elements are not found in any country.
    3 rare earth metals are essential for the manufacture of various kinds of electronic items and there is growing demand for these elements.
    Which of the above are correct
    a 1
    b 2, 3
    c 1, 3
    4 1, 2, 3



    The basic aim of lead bank scheme is that
    a big banks should try to open offices in each district
    b there should be stiff competition among the various nationalized banks
    c individual banks should adopt particular districts for intensive development
    d all the banks should make intensive efforts to mobilize deposits.



    1 assessment of the land revenue on the basis of nature of the soil and the quality of crops
    2 use of mobile cannons in warfare cultivation of tobacco and red chillies which above introduced in India by the English?
    a. 1
    b. 1, 2
    c. 2, 3
    d. none



    With ref to the guilds (shreni) if ancient India that played a very important role in the country's economy, which of the following statements is correct
    1 every guild was registered with the central authority of the state and the king was the chief admen authority on them
    2 the wages, rules of work, standards and prices were fixed by the guild
    3 the guild had judicial powers over its own members.
    Correct
    a 12
    b 3
    c 23
    d 123



    The distribution of powers between the centre and the states in the Indian constitution is based on the scheme provide in the
    a Marley Minto reforms 1909
    b Montagu Chelmsford act 1919
    c Govt. of India act, 1935
    d Indian independence act 1947

    Despite having large reserves of coal, why does India import millions of tonnes of coal?
    1. It is the policy of India to save its own coal reserves for future and import it from other countries for the present use.
    2 most of the power plants in India are coal based and they are not able to get sufficient applies of coal from within the country?
    3. steel companies need large quantity of coking coal which has to be imported
    correct
    a 1
    B 23
    C 13
    D 123



    Under which of the following circumstances may capital gains arise?
    1 when there is an increase in the sales of a product
    2 when there is a natural increase in the value of the property owned.
    3 when you purchase a painting and there is a growth in its value due to increase in its popularity.
    Which of the above are correct
    a 1
    b 2, 3
    c 2
    d 1, 2, 3



    Which of the following measures would result in an increase in the money supply in the economy?
    1 purchase of govt securities from the public by the central bank
    2 deposit of currency in commercial banks by the public
    3 borrowing by the govt. from the central bank
    4 sale of Govt. Securities to the public by the central bank
    correct
    a 1
    b 24
    c 13
    d 234



    The RBI acts as a banker's bank. This would imply which of the following?
    1 other bank retains their deposits with the RBI.
    2 the RBI lends funds to the commercial banks in times of need.
    3 the RBI advises the commercial banks on monetary matters.
    Correct
    a 23
    b 12
    c 13
    d 123

    Which of the following statements correct regarding Brahmo Samaj?
    1 it opposed idolatry
    2 it denied the need for a priestly class for interpreting the religious texts
    3 it popularized the doctrine that the Vedas are infallible.
    Correct
    a 1
    b 1, 2
    c 3
    d 1, 2, 3



    The religion of early Vedic Aryans was primarily of
    a bhakti
    b image worship and yajnas
    c worship of nature and yajnas
    d worship of nature and bhakti



    Lord Buddha’s image is sometimes shown with the hand gesture called Bhumiparsh mudra. it symbolizes
    a. Buddha’s calling of the earth to watch over Mara and to prevent Mara from disturbing his meditation
    b Buddha’s calling of the earth to witness his purity and chastity despite the temptations of Mara
    c Buddha’s reminder to his followers that they all arise from the earth and finally dissolve into the earth and thus this life is transitory
    d both a and b are correct.



    The Lahore session of the Indian nat. congress 1929 is very important in history because
    1 the congress passed a resolution demanding complete independence
    2 rift between the extremists and moderates was resolved in that session
    3 a resolution was passed rejecting two nation theory in that session
    correct
    a 1
    b 2, 3
    c 1, 3
    d none

    The Rowlett act aimed at
    a compulsory economic support to war efforts
    B imprisonment without trial and summary procedures for trial
    c suppression of the Khilafat movement
    d imposition of restrictions on freedom of the press



    With reference to the religious history of medieval India, the Sufi mystics were known to pursue which of the following practices.
    1 meditation and control of breath
    2 severe ascetic exercises in a lonely place
    3 recitation of holy songs to arouse a state of ecstasy in their audience
    correct
    a 1, 2
    b 2, 3
    c 3
    4 1, 2, 3



    How do you distinguish between Kuchipudi and Bharatnatyam dances?
    1 Dancers occasionally speaking dialogues I found in Kuchipudi dance but not in Bharatnatyam.
    2 dancing on the brass plate by keeping the feet on its edges is a feature of bharatnatyam but have such a form of movements.
    Correct
    a 1
    b 2
    c 1, 2
    d neither

    The increasing amount of carbon dioxide in the air is slowly raising the temperature of the atmosphere, because it absorbs
    a the water vapour of the air and retains its heat
    b the UV part of the solar radiation
    c all the solar radiations
    d the infrared part of the solar radiation



    What are the reasons for the people's resistance to the introduction of BT brinjal in India?
    1 bt brinjal has been created by inserting a gene from a soil fungus into its genome.
    2 the seeds of bt brinjal are terminator seeds and therefore, the farmers have to buy the seeds before every season from the seed companies.
    3 there is an apprehension that the consumption of bt brinjal may have adverse impact on health.
    4 there is some concern that the introduction of bt brinjal may have adverse effect on the biodiversity.
    Correct
    a 123
    b 23
    c 34
    d 1234



    What is the provision to safeguard the autonomy of the supreme court of India?
    1. While appointing the Supreme Court judges, the president of India has to consult the CJI.
    2 the SC judges candy be removed by the CJI only
    3 the salaries of judges are charged on the consolidated fund of India to which the legislature does not have to vote.
    4. All appointments of officers and staffs of the SC are made by the govt only after CJI
    Which of the above are correct?
    a 13
    b 34
    c 4
    d 1234



    Which are the fundamental duties of citizens laid down in the Indian constitution?
    1 to preserve the rich heritage of our composite culture
    2 to protect weaker sections from social injustice
    3 to develop the scientific temper and spirit of inquiry
    4 to strive towards excellence in all spheres of individual and collective activity
    Which of the above are correct?
    a 12
    b 2
    c 134
    d 1234



    ‎1 hotel and restaurants
    2 motor transport undertakings
    3 newspaper establishments
    4 private medical institutions
    Employees of which of the above can have the social security coverage under ESIC?
    a 1, 2, 3
    b 4
    c 1, 3, 4
    d 1, 2, 3, 4



    Which reference to the delimitation commission consider the following statements
    1 orders of the delimitation commission cannot be challenged in a court of law
    2 when the orders of the delimitation commission are laid before the Lok Sabha or state legislative assembly they cannot effect any modifications in the orders
    correct
    a 1
    b 2
    c both 12
    d neither 12



    The endeavour of Janine suraksha yojana programme is
    1 to promote institutional deliveries
    2 to provide monetary assistance to the mother to meet the cost of delivery
    3 to provide for wage loss due to pregnancy and confinements
    correct/
    a 1, 2
    b 2
    c 3
    d 1, 2, 3



    in India other than ensuring that public funds are used efficiently and for intended purpose what is the importance of the office of the CAG?
    1 CAG exercises exchequer control on behalf of the parliament when the president of India declares national emergency/ financial emergency
    2 CAG reports on the execution of projects or programmes by the ministries are discussed by the PAC/
    3 Information from CAG reports can be used by investigating agencies to press charges against those who have violated the law while managing public finances.
    4. While dealing with audit and accounting of govt. companies. CAG has certain judicial powers for prosecuting those who violate the law.
    Correct
    a 1, 3, 4
    b 2
    c 2, 3
    d 1, 2, 3, 4



    a deadlock between the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha calls for a joint sitting of the parliament during the passage of
    1 ordinary legislation
    2 money bill
    3 constitution amendment bill
    Which of the above are correct
    a 1
    b 2, 3
    c 1, 3
    d 1, 2, 3

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    Re: CSAT 2012 exam discussion

    Post  samrat117 on Sun May 20, 2012 8:43 pm

    The congress ministries resigned in the seven provinces in 1939, because
    a. congress cud not form ministries in the other four provinces
    b. emergence of a left wing in the congress made the working of the ministries impossible
    c. there wide widespread communal disturbances in their provinces.
    d. None

    The answer should be None, as the congress ministries resigned when England included india in its 2nd world war efforts.

    If national water mission is properly and completely implemented how will it impact the country?
    1 part of the water needs of urban areas will be met through recycling of waste water.
    2 the water requirements of coastal cities with inadequate alternative sources of water will be met by adopting appropriate technologies that allow for the use of ocean wirer.
    3. All the rivers of Himalayan origin will be linked to the rivers of peninsular India
    4. The expenses incurred by farmers for digging bore wells and for installing motors and pump sets to draw groundwater will be completely reimbursed by the govt.
    Correct
    a 1
    b 12
    c 34
    d 1234

    I am not sure about it, i marked 'b' as the answer

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    Re: CSAT 2012 exam discussion

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    Question Answer

    1.Under which of the following (b) 28. National Biodiversity authority (d)

    2.money suppy in economy (c ) 29. The National Green (a)

    3.Foreign Direct investment(d ) 30. National water mission (b)

    4.Price of any currency (a) 31. Directive principles of state policy (d)

    5. basic aim of lead bank (c ) 32. Union territories (d)

    6. Assessment of land revenue(d ) 33. Consumers Rights (c)

    7.reference to the guilds (c ) 34. Lok sabha speaker (b)

    8.the distribution of powers(c ) 35. Jurisdiction of Supreme court ( c)

    9. despite having large (b) 36. Employed as bio pesticides (d)

    10. A person stood alone (c ) 37. Biomass gasification (a)

    11. recently there has been (c ) 38. Role of Ultraviolet radiation (a)

    12. protected areas ( b) 39. Graphene is frequently (c)

    13. Duration of Monsoon (c ) 40. Lead, ingested or inhaled (d)

    14. tropical savannah region ( d) 41. Reference to stem cells (b)

    15. Use the biomass (d) 42. Chlorofluroxcarbons (d)

    16. Kinds of Organisms (d) 43. Team of scientists (d)

    17. Endangered Species (a) 44. Expansion of Unvierse (c)

    18. Phenomenon of Capillarity (d) 45. Electrically charged particles (a)

    19. Millennium Ecosystem (c) 46. Progress of ancient India (c)

    20. antelopes Oryx and chiru (a) 47.History of ancient India (b)

    21. Biodiversity of geographical area (a) 48. Parts of inclusive Governanace (d )

    22. naturally found in India (d) 49. The Nagara,the dravida (c)

    23. Agricultural practices (c) 50. The Congress ministries (d)

    24. would happen Phytoplankton (d) 51.National Rural Health Mission (a)

    25. vultures which used to be (b) 52. Governement of India act,1919 (c)

    26. areas covered under the Panchayat (d) 53.Indian Freedom Struggle (a)

    27. In the Parliament of India (a) 54. Parties were established (b)


    55. Rajya Sabha by Constitution of India (b) 84.Fundamental duties of Citizens (c)

    56. National Rural Livelihood Mission (b) 85.Provision to safeguard (a)

    57.Multi dimensional poverty Index (a) 86.To meet its rapidly (c)

    58. Thirteenth Finance commission (a) 87.The increasing amount of (d)

    59.recent policy initiative(d) 88.Origin of life on Earth (b)

    60. methods of Parliamentary control (a) 89.Introduction of BT brinjal in India (c)

    61. Mahatma Gandhi (c) 90.Other than resistance to pests (c)

    62. reference to Ryotwari Settlement (c) 91.Most effective contribution (a)

    63. association with economic development (c) 92.With reference to Dhrupad (a)

    64. In India,in the Overall Index (c) 93.Kuchipudi and Bharatanatyam (d)

    65. bearing on Education (c) 94. Religious history of Modern India (c)

    66.cultivation of "sea buckthoen; (d) 95.The Rowlatt Act (b)

    67. Mixed farming (c) 96.Lahore session (a)

    68.A particular state of India (b) 97.Lrod Buddha's image (b)

    69. Crops of India (d) 98.Religion of early vedic Aryans (c)

    70. Influence the Ocean currents (b) 99.regarding Brahmo samaj (b)

    71.Wetlands of India, 100.Reserve bank of India (d)

    72. Predominantly rainefed crop/crops (d)

    73. you travel to Himalayas (b)

    74.Normally,the temperature decreases (a)

    75.Acidification of oceans (d)

    76.In India,other than ensuring (c)

    77.Endeavour of Janani Suraksha (a)

    78.Prime Minister of India (a)

    79.Delimitation commission (c)

    80.Hotels and restaurants (d)

    81.According to Constitution (c)

    82.A deadlock between (a)

    83.District Rural Development (d)

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