Previous Year Paper – Auditor ( Panchayat) HPSSC Hamirpur -ll

Previous Year Paper – Auditor ( Panchayat) HPSSC Hamirpur -ll

  1. Black soil is found in ……….state.
    (A) Tamil Nadu
    (B) Uttar Pradesh
    (C) Maharashtra
    (D) Bihar
  2. ‘Ballarpur’ of Maharashtra is famous for its
    (A) Paper Industry
    (B) Lijjat Papad Industry
    (C) Sports’ Industry
    (D) Rail Coach Factory
  3. ‘Garo Hills’ are associated with
    (A) Arunachal Pradesh
    (B) Uttarakhand
    (C) Meghalaya
    (D) Nagaland
  4. The oldest refinery in India is located at
    (A) Bombay High
    (B) Digboi
    (C) Ankleshwar
    (D) Bhuj
  5. The Indian Sub-Continent was originally part of a huge land mass called
    (A) Eurasia
    (B) Angaraland
    (C) Jurassic land mass
    (D) Gondwana land
  6. ‘Sandalwood’ is the state tree of ……..state
    (A) Odisha
    (B) Madhya Pradesh
    (C) Karnataka
    (D) West Bengal
  7. Marble is a/an
    (A) Volcanic rock
    (B) Igneous rock
    (C) Metamorphic rock
    (D) Sedimentary rock
  8. ‘Jamshedpur ‘ is located in the state of
    (A) Madhaya Pradesh
    (B)Chhatisgarh
    (C) Jharkhand
    (D) Bihar
  9. ‘Haldia’ sea port is in……………
    (A) Odisha
    (B) Andhra Pradesh
    (C) West Bengal
    (D) Karnataka
  10. ‘Sardar Sarowar Dam’ is associated with river………………..
    (A) Godavari
    (B) Sabarmati
    (C) Luni
    (D) Narmada
  11. The Panama Canal connects………..with the ……………..
    (A) Atlantic Ocean, Pacific Ocean
    (B) Mediterranean Sea, Red Sea
    (C) Indian Ocean, Bay Bengal
    (D) Pacific Ocean, Indian Ocean
  12. ‘Hanoi’ is the capital of
    (A) Taiwan
    (B) Philippines
    (C) Vietnam
    (D) Malaysia
  13. The hill station ‘Mount Abu’ is located in
    (A) Uttarakhand
    (B) Uttar Pradesh
    (C) Assam
    (D) Rajasthan
  14. ‘Bokaro’ and ‘Jharia are famous for their…………mines.
    (A) Iron ore
    (B) Coal
    (C) Copper
    (d) Bauxite
  15. The ‘Big Bang’ theory is associated with
    (a) Rise of Himalayas
    (b) Origin of Universe
    (c) Creation of Oceans on Earth
    (d) Gravitational Force of Earth
  16. The ‘Eskimo’ people are associated with ……..as its inhabitants.
    (a) Northern Africa
    (b) Southern Africa
    (c) Siberia
    (d) New Zealand
  17. The word ‘Tsunami’ belongs to ……………..language which means ‘harbour wave’.
    (A) Chinese
    (B) Japanese
    (C) Spanish
    (D) Arabic
  18. Donald Trump who has recently been elected as the 45th President of USA, belongs to………….
    (A) Democratic Party
    (B) Republican Party
    (C) Socialist Democratic Party
    (D) Nationalist Party
  19. Which of the following is not a feature of recently issued Rs. 2000 note by RBI ?
    (a) Magenta Colour
    (b) Image of Mahatma Gandhi
    (c) Signature of RBI Governor
    (d) Motif of Chandrayaan
  20. ‘Theresa May’ who has recently visited India belongs to
    (a) Australia
    (b) UK
    (c)USA
    (d) Germany
  21. Which of the following parties has recently achieved the status of 7th National Party in the country?
    (a) Aam Aadmi Party
    (b) Telugu Desam Party
    (c) All India Trinamool Congress
    (d) Forward Block
  22. World’s first driverless bus service has recently been launched in……………..
    (a) Singapore
    (b) Japan
    (c) China
    (d) France
  23. ‘Obaidullah Khan Heritage Cup’ is associated with
    (a) Golf
    (b) Polo
    (c) Hockey
    (d) Football
  24. ‘Deepa Malik’ who has recently won silver medal at Rio Paralympic Games, is associated with …………..game.
    (A) Javelin Throw
    (B) Shooting
    (C) High Jump
    (D) Shotput
  25. The name ‘Ajay Jayarama’ is associated with
    (A) Shooting
    (B) Chess
    (C) Badminton
    (D) Cricket
  26. Which of the following actors is not associated with the latest Hindi Film ‘Dear Zindagi’ “
    (A) Aditya Roy Kapoor
    (B) Shah Rukh Khan
    (C) Ranbir Kapoor
    (D) Alia Bhatt
  27. Who is the present Union Cabinet Minister for Women and Child Development?
    (a) Sushma Swaraj
    (b) Smriti Irani
    (c) Uma Bharti
    (d) Meneka Gandhi
  28. Which of the following rivers has ‘Budhil’ and ‘Siul’ as its tributaries?
    (A) Yamuna
    (B) Beas
    (C) Ravi
    (D) Satluj
  29. On 15th April, 1948, Himachal Pradesh came into existence as a ‘Chief Commissioner Province’ having ……..districts.
    (A) 4
    (B) 6
    (C) 8
    (D) 12
  30. Which of the following districts was earlier known as ‘Mahasu’ district?
    (A) Sirmaur
    (B) Solan
    (C) Shimla
    (D) Kullu
  31. Which of the following districts of Himachal Pradesh touches the boundaries of Jammu & Kashmir ?
    (a) Kangra
    (b) Una
    (c) Kullu
    (d) Chamba
  32. Which of the following faestivals is observed to celebrate the commencement of New Year ?
    (a) Haalda
    (b) Fagli
    (c) Fulaich
    (d) Losar
  33. Who is the author of the book- ‘Himalayan Polyandry’?
    (A) Rahul Sankrityayana
    (B) J. Hutchison
    (C) Norah Richards
    (D) D. N. Majumdar
  34. Which of the following temples is not associated with Chamba district?
    (A) Chandrashekhar Temple
    (B)Bharmour Chaurasi Temple
    (C) Lakshminarayana Temple
    (D) Mrikula Devi Temple
  35. Who founded erstwhile State of Chamba at Brahmpur in 550 A. D. ?
    (A) Maru Varman
    (B) Aditya Varman
    (C) Sahil Varman
    (D) Ravi Varman
  36. ‘Mirza Hamidullah Beg’ was the first …………..of H.P.
    (A) Governor
    (B) Speaker of Vidhan Sabha
    (C) Chief Commissioner
    (D) Chief Justice of High Court
  37. The sub-division named ‘Rajgarh’ is in………….district.
    (A) Solan
    (B) Sirmaur
    (C) Shimla
    (D) Bilaspur
  38. Which of the following places was known as ‘Dhameri’ in the past?
    (A) Sujanpur
    (B) Guler
    (C) Arki
    (D) Nurpur
  39. As per Census-2011, the literacy rate in Himachal Pradesh?
    (A) 74.04%
    (B) 85.56%
    (C) 82.80%
    (D) 77.83%
  40. Which of the following crops has the largest production in Himachal Pradesh?
    (A) Rice (Paddy)
    (B) Maize
    (C) Barley
    (D) Wheat
  41. How many members of Parliament are elected from Himachal Pradesh?
    (A) 3
    (B) 4
    (C) 7
    (D) 8
  42. Which of the following Lakes is known as ‘Lake of The Sleeping Woman’?
    (A) Mahakali Lake
    (B) Chandra Taal
    (C) Kuntbhyog
    (D) Renuka
  43. ‘Wazir Ram Singh Pathannia’ was associated with…………………erstwhile state.
    (A) Haripur
    (B) Sujanpur
    (C) Hamirpur
    (D) Nurpur
  44. The recently held ‘Raid-de-Himalaya Car Rally’- 2016 was …………in a row.
    (A) 15th
    (B) 16th
    (C) 17th
    (D) 18th
  45. ‘Khushwant Singh Litfest’ was recently (in October 2016) held at………….
    (A) Shimla
    (B) Kasauli
    (C) Dharamshala
    (D) Palampur
  46. ‘Samuel Evans Stokes’ who introduced apple cultivation in Himachal Pradesh, was basically from…………
    (A) U.K.
    (B) U.S.A.
    (C) Russia
    (D) Scotland
  47. ‘Bhuri Singh Museum’ is located at
    (A) Rampur
    (B) Kullu
    (C) Sirmaur
    (D) Chamba
  48. Which of the following is not a fundamental Right ?
    (A) Right to freedom of religion
    (B) Right to Education
    (C) Right to Equality
    (D) Right to Property
  49. How many times (terms) a person can become the President of India ?
    (A) One term
    (B) Two Terms
    (C) Maximum Three Terms
    (D) No Upper Limit on the number of terms
  50. The President of India is elected by
    (A) Universal adult franchise
    (B) All the members of the Parliament
    (C) Direct election
    (D) Indirect election by means of the single transferable vote

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