HTET 2014 – TGT Social Studies Solved Paper (Part-II)

Haryana Teacher Eligibility Test 2014
(Teachers for classes VI & X)
Solved paper of TGT Social Studies (Arts Group) held on 02 February 2014
[PART-II : 31 - 60] ( correct answers are highighted in deep saffron color)
31. Which amonst the following states sends highest number of parliamentarians in Lok Sabha?
a)
Maharashtra
b) Bihar
c) Andhra Pradesh
d) Tamil Nadu
32. How many members can be nominated in Rajya Sabha by the President?
a) 10
b)
12
c) 17

d) 15
33. The provision of social security is the fundamental principle of
a) Laissez Faire Theory
b)
Theory of Welfare State
c) Pluralistic Theory
d) Evolutionary Theory
34. Mangla oil well is located in
a) Haryana
b)
Rajasthan
c) Goa
d) Assam
35. From which date the model code of conduct is enforced in elections?
a) From the date of notification

b) From the last date of filling the nomination
c) From the last date of withdrawal of candidatures
d)
From the date of announcement of election schedule by the Election Commission
36. Which amonst the following was not a constituent Assembly Member?
a) G.Durgabai Deshmukh

b) Mrs. Hansa Mehta
c) Mrs. Renuka Ray

d) Vijaylaxmi Pandit
          Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit was the first female President of United Nations General Assembly.
37. Which of the following crops had shown the maximum production increase after the beginning
of Green Revolution in 1960?
a)
Wheat and Rice
b) Oil seeds

c) Pulses
d) All of the above
38. Which one of the following is not correctly matched?
a) Cornwallis            –     Permanent Settlement
b) William Bentinck  –     Abolition of Sati Act
c) Lytton                  –     Vernacular Press Act
d)
Ripon                 –      Rowlatt Act
39. Aurangzeb spent nearly 25 years in Deccan, because
a) He was totally free from North India
b) He wanted to shift his capital in South

c) He wanted to check Maratha expansion
d) He was not secured in his own capital
40. The theory which gave birth to the French Revolution and the Revolution in America is
a) Legal theory of rights
b)
Theory of natural rights
c) Social welfare theory
d) Historical theory of rights
41. In Haryana, a Gram Sabha consists of
a) Elected members of village Panchayat

b) Members of Panchayat Samiti
c) Registered voters of the village/villages in the Panchayat circle
d) All residents of the village/villages in the Panchayat cirlce
42. Which one of the following is a national party?
a) Bahujan Samaj Party
b) Communist Party (Marxist)
c) Nationalist Congress Party
d)
All of the above
43. On which plate margins maximum volcanoes & earthquakes occur?
a) Destructive Plate Margins

b) Constructive Plate Margins
c) Conservative Plate Margins
d) None of the above
44. Which of the following forest type cover the maximum area on Indian land?
a) Tropical rain forest
b)
Tropical Deciduous forest
c) Mountain forest
d) Mangrove forest
45. Which one of the following means ‘by what authority’?
a) Habeas corpus
b)
Quo warranto
c) Certiorari
d) Mandamus
46. 180o Longitude is known as
a) Prime Meridian
b)
International Date Line
c) Greenwhich Time
d) Equator
47. Arrange the following Delhi Sultans in chronological order:
i) Qutub-ud-din Aibak
ii) Iltumish

iii) Razia
iv) Nasir-ud-din Mahmud

Choose the correct answer
a) (i),  (ii),  (iii),  (iv)
b) (i),  (iv),  (ii),  (iii)
c) (ii),  (i),   (iii),  (iv)
d) (i),  (ii),  (iv),  (iii)

48. Karn Prayag is the confluence of
a) Bhagirathi & Alakhnanda
b)
Bhagirathi & Pinder
c)
Dholi Ganga & Alakhnanda
d) Alakhnanda & Pinder
49. Which soil is found in the areas of excessive leaching due to heavy rainfall?
a) Black

b) Laterite
c) Alluvial
d) Mountain
50. Which amonst the following statement is/are correct about IMF?
i) There are 188 member countries in IMF.
ii) It is a specialised agency of United Nations.

iii) In IMF meber states do not have equal voting rights.
iv) It gives loan and technical advice to meber countires in the balance of payments crisis.

a) (i) & (ii)
b) (i) &  (iii)
c) (i), (ii), (iii) & (iv)
d)
(i) & (iv)

51. Vembanad is
a) A Sea Port

b) Lagoon Lake
c) Mountain Peak
d) Multipupose project
52. The Asiatic Society of Bengal was founded by
a) Sir James Grant
b) Max Mullor

c) Sir Wlliam Jones
d) Macaulay
53. The feature which applies to pressure groups but not to political parties is
a) fielding of candidates for contesting election

b) objective of safeguarding the interest of whole society
c) Membership is exhaustive
d) Do not participate directly in political process
54. The Right which is a legal but not a fundamental right
a) Freedom to move freely
b) Right against expolitation
c) Right to minorities to establish educational institutions
d)
Right to property
55. The retreating monsoon in Indian subcontinent is known as
a) South-West Monsoon
b) South-East Monsoon

c) North-East Monsoon
d) North-West Monsoon
56. In Indonesia the ‘splash and burn agriculture’ is called as
a)
Jhoom
b) Roke
c) Milpa

d) Ladang
57. Where the first, second & third Earth Summits took place in 1992, 2002 & 2012 respectively?
a) Johannesburg, Doha, Rio De Janerio
b)
Rio De Janerio, Johannesburg, Doha
c) Rio De Janerio, Kyoto, Johannesburg
d) Rio De Janerio, Johannesburg, Rio De Janerio
58. Which of the following is not a session of Lok Sabha?
a) Budget session
b)
Summer session
c) Winter session
d) Monsoon Session
59. The constitutional schedule which contain the list of recognised laguages of India is
a) 7th Schedule
b)
8th Schedule
c) 9th Schedule
d)
10th Schedule
60. The newspaper, which upheld the nationalist cause during India’s struggle for freedom was
a)
The Leader
b) The Civil & Military Gazette
c) Dawn
d) The Statesman
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