राज्यसेवा मुख्य परीक्षा २०१८ GS-1


Who from the following were the members of Swaraj Party from Maharashtra ?

(a) N.C. Kelkar .
(b) Shantaram Dabholkar

(c) Purshottamdas Tricumdas

(d) Bhulabhai Desai

(e) Jaffarbhai Lalji

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He used to play with arms from his childhood, so he was not scared of handling arms. In a very short period of time he became an expert in use of arms. He could climb a mountain with a great speed, ride on a horse and climb a mountain. His father used to take him to see the fort of Purandar. Who was he?


Arrange the following books written by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, in their chronological order.

(a) Glimpses of World History

(b) The Discovery of India

(c) An Autobiography

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_______ was not the aim of 'Rayat Shikshan Samstha'.


For her leadership of the 1942 underground revolutionaries, to whom did the Daily Tribune honour as 'Queen of Jhansi of 1942'?


The Maharashtra Civil Disobedience Committee, established at Pune was presided over by ________.


It was decided in All-India Khilafat Conference, held at Amritsar, to send a deputation to the Viceroy. The Address which it presented to the Viceroy on 19 January, 1920 was signed by many eminent Hindu political leaders. Who from the following were those leaders?

(a) Gandhiji
(b) Swami Shradhananda

(c) Pandit Motilal Nehru

(d) Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya

(e) Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru

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State whether the following statements are true or false.

(a) Jayprakash Narayan studied at Universities in California, IOWA, Winsconsin and Ohio.

(b) In Winsconsin University he turned to Socialism.

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Arrange in chronological order the earlier movements of Mahatma Gandhi in India.


What is not true about G.G. Agarkar ?


(a) It was formed in late 1960s.

(b) Its Chief Minister was Dr. Y.S. Parmar.

(c) He gave importance to the spread of education in his state.

(d) Teacher-Student ratio was higher than in any other parts of India.

Which state is mentioned above ?


Which of the following are true about unrest in Assam ?

(a) All Assam Students' Union and Assam Gan Parishad triggered the movement in
Assam demanding expulsion of Bangladeshi refugees.

(b) All Assam Tribal Youth League opposed other movements in Assam and started a new movement demanding redistribution of agricultural land among the tribals.

(c) Conflict between Assam movement followers and tribals took serious and intensified turn.

(d) Assamese had started Civil disobedient movement there.

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 The Sabarmati Ashram was earlier situated at ________ near Ahmedabad. It was shifted from the earlier place due to the outbreak of Plague.


N.S. Phadke was a Marathi novelist famous for popular love-stories. He wrote a novel called _______ that was based on the Quit India Movement


Assertion (A) : Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar suggested in the constituent Assembly that Sanskrit should be the national language of India.
Reason (B): Unless we have mastry over Sanskrit, we will not know the contribution of the ancient Indians to literature and other branches of knowledge. Answer options :


During the non-cooperation movement the government followed repressive measures. 

Match the following persons and the repressive measures taken against them.


What were the factors which led to the split in Congress in 1969 ?

(a) The deterioration in Socio-Economic situation.

(b) U.S. aid had shrunk to half of what was in 1964-65.

(c) There was political tension inside Congress.

(d) Unsettled question of Ministers.

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What is true about the Weekly Harijan ?

(a) Ravindranath Tagore had contributed a poem 'The Cleanser' to its first issue. (b) Dr. Ambedkar refused to give a message to its first issue.

(c) Gandhiji made it clear that Harijan was not his weekly, so far as proprietary rights were concerned, it belonged to the servants of untouchables society.

(d) Gandhiji told Dr. Ambedkar that the Weekly was Ambedkar's as of any other Hindu.

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What is true about the First Round Table Conference ?

(a) It was inaugurated on 12 November, 1930.

(b) It was presided over by Ramsay Mac Donald, the British Prime Minister.

(c) It was attended by 57 members from British India, including the Congress.

(d) Altogether there were 89 Thermbers at the conference.

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Which of the following Newspapers were started by Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar ? 

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