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June 3rd, 2016, 07:47 AM
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TET Model Questions

Hii sir, I am preparing for the Assam TET Examination will you please provide me the question paper of the TET Examination of General Studies ?
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June 3rd, 2016, 09:37 AM
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Re: TET Model Questions

As you asking for the question paper of the Assam TET Examination of General Studies the question paper is as follow:

The Governor of a State is responsible for his acts to
(A) The state legislature
(B) Stage Legislature Assembly
(C) The President
(D) The prime Minister
Ans: (C)

The formula to find out the literacy rate is
(A) (Total no. of illiterates / Total population above 7 years of age) x 100
(B) (Total no. of literates / Total population below 6 years of age) x 100
(C) (Total no. of literates / Total population above 7 years of age) x 100
(D) (Total no. of literates / Total population above 6 years of age) x 100
Ans : (D)

Panchayat Samiti’ is constituted at
(A) City level
(B) Block Level
(C) Village
(D) For a group of village
Ans: (B)

In which of the following state is the similar bioreserve located?
(A) Punjab
(B) West Bengal
(C) Orissa
(D) Delhi
Ans: (C)

. A municipal corporation is set up in a city with a population of not less than
(A) 1 lac
(B) 12 lac
(C) 10 lac
(D) 5 lac
Ans: (C)

Examine the following statements
i) Need not clean toilet daily
ii) White washing of a house to be taken up periodically
iii) Store the garbage in the dustbin only forever
iv) Water and food vessels must be covered with lids
Identify the correct responses from the following options.
(A) i, iii

(B) iii, iv
(C) ii, iv

(D) i, iv

Ans : (C)

. Panchayati Raj has received constitutional status with The ……… Amendment Act
Ans: (B)

Which of these is the longest?
(A) 90 degree E
(B) 180 degree E-W
(C) 0 degree Meridian
(D) All are equal
Ans: (D)

. Who of the following was impeached by the British Parliament?

(A) Cornwallis

(B) Charles Clive

(C) Warren Hastings

(D) T.B. Macaulay

Ans : (C)

The temperature in ‘Visakhapattnam’ is 40°C. The temperature on Mt. Everest at the height of 8,848 mts will be –
(A) 15°C

(B) -12°C

(C) 12°C

(D) -15°C

Ans : (B)

. In which state the first ‘Lok Ayukt’ was appointed?
(A) Rajasthan
(B) Maharashtra
(C) UP
(D) Bihar
Ans: (B)

The Monsoon has well-developed cycles
(A) South and South East Asia
(B) Africa
(C) East United States
(D) North Australia
Ans: (A)

Right to Constitutional Remedies comes under
(A) Fundamental
(B) Legal Rights
(C) Constitutional Rights
(D) Natural rights
Ans: (A)

. A historical site is a place where

(A) Historians write history

(B) History-loving people gather

(C) Excavation activities are done
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(D) Relics of the past are found

Ans : (D)

Nagar Panchayats include
(A) Notification Area Committee
(B) Town area Committee
(C) Concurrent list
(D) Residuary powers of Union Government.
Ans: (C)

An ordinary Bill passed by Parliament is returned by the president to Parliament for reconsideration. It is passed again by Parliament without any change.
(A) The Bill will be referred to the Supreme Court
(B) The Bill will automatically laps
(C) The president is free to withhold his assent again
(D) The President shall not withhold his assent
Ans: (D)

In which one of the following does the subject of cooperative societies fall?
(A) Concurrent List
(B) State list
(C) Union list
(D) Residuary powers of Union Government.
Ans: (D)

Which of the following approaches in teaching social sciences is gaining momentum in recent years?

(A) Discipline based approach

(B) Interdisciplinary approach

(C) Integrated approach

(D) Theme based approach

Ans : (C)

Who can suspend Fundamental Rights?
(A) Prime Minister
(B) Chief Justice of India.
(C) President
(D) Parliament
Ans: (C)

Which of the following statements correctly defines the Judicial Review?
(A) The authority of the Courts to punish political offenders
(B) The authority of the Courts to correct the errors of the government
(C) The authority of the Courts to issue various writs
(D) The authority of the Courts to interpret the legality of laws
Ans: (D)

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