HTET 2014 – TGT Social Studies Solved Paper (Part-I)
February 8, 2014 2 Comments
|Haryana Teacher Eligibility Test 2014
(Teachers for classes VI & X)
Solved paper of TGT Social Studies (Arts Group) held on 02 February 2014
[PART-I : 1 – 30] ( correct answers are highighted in deep saffron color)
|1. The reason in difference between GNP and GDP is
a) Gross Foreign Investment
b) Net Foreign Investment
c) Net Exports
d) Net Factor Income from abroad
|2. Who amongst the following was the contemporary ruler of Akbar?
a) Queen Victoria of British
b) Shah Abbas I of Persia
c) Catherine the great of Russia
d) None of the above
|3. The prominent nihilist thinker in Russia was
d) Prince Koptikin
|4. In which sector, industries are included?
a) Primary Sector
b) Secondary Sector
c) Service Sector
d) None of the above
|5. The financial year in India starts from
|6. Project Tiger was started in
|7. When did Parliament passed the Consumer Protection Act?
a) 15th Decemebr, 1985
b) 24th Decemebr, 1986
c) 15th March, 1985
d) 24th Decemebr, 1987
|8. Who was the first Surveryor General of Archaeological Survey of India?
a) Sir William Jones
b) James Prinsep
c) James Fergusson
d) Alexander Cunningham
|9. The pioneer of humanism was
|10. Coins in India are minted by
a) Reserve Bank of India
b) Satet Bank of India
c) Government of India
d) Planning Commission
|11. Consider the follwoing statements:
i) Mahtama Gandhi NREGA was enacted by Governement of India in 2005.
ii) It provides 100 days guaranteed employment in every financial year to adults of rural household.
Among these which statement is correct?
c) (i) & (ii) both d) None The Govt of India have passed the National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (NREGA) 2005 in September
2005. Introduction After three years of its operation, on October 2, 2009, NREGA was renamed as the
Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act, 2009.
|12. The components of Human Development Index are
a) Life expectancy, per capita GDP and sex ratio
b) Sex ratio, educational attainment and pure drinking water
c) Life expectancy, per capita GDP and educational attainment
d) Per capita GDP, infrastructure and sex ratio
|13. Which one of the following is an example of Bloack Mountain?
a) NIlgiri Mountain
b) Aravalli Mountain
c) Satpura Mountain
d) Sahyadri Mountain
|14. The incident of Chauri-Chaura is associated with
a) Non-cooperation Movement
b) Civil Disobedience Movement
c) Quit India Movement
d) Revolutionary MOvement
|15. In agricultural production, Food grains include
a) Only cerals
b) Cereals and pulses
c) Cereals and oilseeds
d) Pulses and oilseeds
|16. One of the founders of Swarajya Party was
a) Madan Mohan Malviya
b) Moti Lal Nehru
c) Rajendra Prasad
d) Lala Lajpat Roy
|17. In which states and union territories the sex ratio is in favour of Females (2011)?
a) Kerala and Puducherry
b) Kerala, Puducherry & Laksha-dweep
c) Puducherry and Tamilnadu
d) Tamilnadu and Laksha-dweep
|18. Which of the following statements is/are correct about Reserve Bank of India?
a) It is a Nationalised bank.
b) It is the Central bank of India.
c) It was established in 1935.
d) All of the above
|19. In economic terminology the final production of goods and services valued at market prices during
a year of a nation is known as
a) Gross Domestic Product
b) Gross National Product
c) National Income
d) Net National Product
|20. In which census decade the decadal population growth of India was recorded highest?
|21. The religious tax collected by French Church prior to 1789, was
|22. The type of unemployment, in agriculture sector in India is
|23. A personal account can not be opened in
a) A Cooperative Bank
b) A Scheduled Bank
c) The Reserve Bank of India
d) A Private bank
|24. The Governor of Reserve Bank of India is
a) Dr. D. Subbarao
b) Bimal Jalan
c) C. Rangrajan
d) Raghuram Rajan
|25. Match List-I with List-II
i) Surendranath Banerjee A) Hind Swaraj
ii) Dada Bhai Naoroji B) The Indian Struggle
iii) Subash Chandra Bose C) Poverty and Unbritish rule in India
iv) Mahatma Gandhi D) A Nation in Making
a)i – D, ii – C, iii – B, iv – A
b) i – A, ii – B, iii – C, iv – D
c) i – B, ii – C, iii – D, iv – A
d) i – C, ii – D, iii – A, iv – B
|26. Among the agro-based industries in India which one is the second largest industry after
a) Jute Industry
b) Silk Industry
c) Woolen Textile
d) Sugar Industry
|27. In India the Apex body for agriculture loan is
a) Reserve Bank of India
b) State Bank of India
c) State Cooperative Bank
d) National Bank of Agriculture and Rural Development
|28. Which amonst the following are known as ‘Bretonwoods twins’?
a) IMF and WTO
b) World Bank and IMF
c) WTO and WLO
d) WLO and IFO
|29. The commodity on which India spends largest amount to import is?
a) Iron and Steel
b) Food Grains
c) Crude Oil
d) Gold and Silver
|30. The film made by Dada Saheb Falke in 1913 was
b) Hanging Garden
c) Raja Harishchandra
d) Guest House
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