Previous Year TNPSC Group 1 Questions 2017 Set 15

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    141. The longest Inland waterway of India is
    A. Kurnool - Cuddapah Canal
    B. Damodar Canal
    C. Sadiya - Dhubri Canal
    D. Holdia - Allahabad Canal

    142. Name the country with which India signed a civil nuclear cooperation agreement on 9th December 2016.
    A. Vietnam
    B. South Korea
    C. Nepal
    D. Russia​

    143. The software, 'Hyphoguard' which safeguards data even when the computer is on sleep mode was developed by
    A. USA
    B. Japan
    C. Canada
    D. China​

    144. India's first railway university will be set up in which city?
    A. Bengaluru
    B. Vadodara
    C. Varanasi
    D. Kochi​

    145. The book "Modi's Midas Touch in Foreign Policy" was written by
    A. Surendra Kumar
    B. Dr. Dhrubajyoti Borah
    C. Shashi Tharoor
    D. Sunita Narain​

    146. Match the following (as on July 2016) :
    Minister - Ministry
    a. Prakash Javadekar 1. Railways
    b. Smriti Irani 2. Human Resource Development
    c. Venkaiah Naidu 3. Textile
    d. Suresh Prabhu 4. Information and Broadcasting

    147. Two coils are placed close to each other. The mutual inductance of the pair of coils depends upon
    A. the materials of wires of the coils
    B. the currents in the two coils
    C. the rates at which currents are changing in the two coils
    D. relative position and orientation of the two coils

    148. In 2016, Adani Green Energy Ltd, setup India's largest solar power plant in
    A. Tamilnadu
    B. Gujarat
    C. Karnataka
    D. Maharastra​

    149. Match the following:
    Film director - Film
    a. Lav Diaz 1. The Revenant
    b. George Miller 2. Another time
    c. Alejandro G. Inarritu 3. The Woman who left
    d. Nahid Hassan Zadeh 4. Mad Max : Fury Road
    _a b c d

    150. The compounds formed when hydrogen combines with p-block elements are called
    A. Ionic hydrides
    B. Molecular hydrides
    C. Metallic hydrides
    D. Polynuclear hydrides​

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