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I want to get Madhya Pradesh public service commission exam solved paper of general knowledge for take help in my exam prepation so please tell me from which website I can get its PDF File
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Old August 23rd, 2012, 07:46 PM
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As you required for the MPPSC solved paper GK here I have attached a file for you which contaisn the complete paper..

Following are the questions of the attached file:

Q.1.Which one is not the principle of Parliamentary government in a democracy ?
Collective responsibility of Executive
Fixed Tenure
Prime Minister as Primes inter pares
Judicial guarantee of Fundamental Rights

Q.2.The Executive in Presidential form of government is powerful because
the Legislature is weak
judges are appointed by the President
it enjoys the fixity of tenure
the procedure of impeachment is cumbersome

Q.3.Presidential form of government is based on the principle of
accountability of Executive to Judiciary
independence of the Executive
separation of powers
sovereignty of the Legislature

Q.4.“Politics is struggle for power”, was said by
Morgenthau
Quincy Wright
Sprout
Thomson

Q.5.“Politics is concerned with the authoritative allocation of values for a society.” This definition of politics has been given by
David Easton
Harold Lasswell
Robert Dahl
Charles Merriam

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i want a complete syllabus of mppsc pre papers
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Dear Sir/Madam,
i am a student of BA III year and i am studying mppsc exam so please give me solved question in hindi
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Old February 25th, 2013, 08:33 PM
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I want the solved question papers of M.P. PSC-2012 Exam held on 24th Feb 2013 Sunday . Please indicate me that how i can download the answer key of those question papers .
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Old March 3rd, 2013, 07:42 PM
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mujhe mppsc main exam ke papers 2009 se abhi tak ke chahiye
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here I am giving you question paper for the examination organized by the Madhya Pradesh public service commission in PDF files with it so you can get It easily..

some content of PDF is given below :
1. India was part of an ancient super continent called Gondwanaland. It included present day—
(A) South America
(B) Africa
(C) Australia
(D) All of these
Ans : (D)
2. Which plateau lies between the Aravalli and the Vindhya ranges ?
(A) Malwa plateau
(B) Chhota Nagpur plateau
(C) Deccan plateau
(D) Peninsular plateau
Ans : (A)
3. Which state of India has borders with three countries namely Nepal, Bhutan and China ?
(A) Arunachal Pradesh
(B) Meghalaya
(C) West Bengal
(D) Sikkim
Ans : (D)
4. The leading state in wheat production in India is—
(A) Punjab
(B) Haryana
(C) Uttar Pradesh
(D) Madhya Pradesh
Ans : (C)
5. Which state is the largest producer of tobacco in India ?
(A) Gujarat
(B) Andhra Pradesh
(C) Karnataka
(D) Madhya Pradesh
Ans : (B)

6. One horned rhinoceros is found in the following states—
(A) Arunachal Pradesh and Tripura
(B) West Bengal and Assam
(C) Arunachal Pradesh and Assam
(D) West Bengal and Tripura


7. Which of the following is different from the remaining three ?
(A) Haematite
(B) Magnetite
(C) Limonite
(D) Bauxite
Ans : (D)

8. States with the highest and lowest density of population in India are respectively—
(A) Uttar Pradesh and Arunachal Pradesh
(B) West Bengal and Arunachal Pradesh
(C) Uttar Pradesh and Sikkim
(D) West Bengal and Sikkim
Ans : (B)

9. Match the following and select the correct answer from the codes given below—
(a) Hirakud Project
(b) Haldia Refinery
(c) Tarapur Nuclear Station
(d) Kudremukh Hills
1. West Bengal
2. Orissa
3. Karnataka
4. Maharashtra
Codes :
(a) (b) (c) (d)
(A) 2 1 3 4
(B) 1 2 4 3
(C) 2 1 4 3
(D) 1 2 3 4
Ans : (C)

10. Arrange the following in decreasing order of size and select the correct answer from the codes given
below—
1. Jupiter
2. Uranus
3. Earth
4. Saturn
Codes :
(A) 1, 4, 3, 2
(B) 4, 1, 2, 3
(C) 1, 4, 2, 3
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Old February 11th, 2014, 04:45 PM
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As you required for the MPPSC solved paper GK here I am providing you the complete paper..

MPPSC EXAMINATION
GENERAL STUDIES SOLVED PAPER

Q.1.Which one is not the principle of Parliamentary government in a democracy ?
• Collective responsibility of Executive
• Fixed Tenure
• Prime Minister as Primes inter pares
• Judicial guarantee of Fundamental Rights
Q.2.The Executive in Presidential form of government is powerful because
• the Legislature is weak
• judges are appointed by the President
• it enjoys the fixity of tenure
• the procedure of impeachment is cumbersome
Q.3.Presidential form of government is based on the principle of
• accountability of Executive to Judiciary
• independence of the Executive
• separation of powers
• sovereignty of the Legislature
Q.4.“Politics is struggle for power”, was said by
• Morgenthau
• Quincy Wright
• Sprout
• Thomson
Q.5.“Politics is concerned with the authoritative allocation of values for a society.” This definition of politics has been given by
• David Easton
• Harold Lasswell
• Robert Dahl
• Charles Merriam
Q.6.According to Structural-Functional approach which of the following does not constitute ‘input functions’ of a political system
• Political socialisation
• Political development
• Interest aggregation
• Political communication
Q.7.Who of the following is regarded as an exponent of empty liberty
• Bentham
• J.S. Mill
• Hegel
• Green
Q.8.Which one of the following books is not written by Machiavelli
• The Prince
• The Discourses
• The Art of War
• Behemoth
Q.9.The view that “the State is a necessary evil”, is associated with
• Individualists
• Anarchists
• Marxists
• Sophists
Q.10.The philosophy that stands diametrically opposite to liberalism is
• Individualism
• Capitalism
• Marxism
• Fascism
Q.11.Who of the following first propounded the organic theory of State
• Machiavelli
• Plato
• Marx
• Herbert Spencer
Q.12.Social Contract theory is based on—
• Nationalism
• Constitutionalism
• Individualism
• Socialism
Q.13.Who of the following first used the term ‘Socialism’ ?
• Kropotkin
• Robert Owen
• Marx
• Bentham
Q.14.Which one of the following is not an agency of public opinion
• Press
• Judiciary
• Political Party
• T.V. and Radio
Q.15.The first systematic classification of government was given by
• Plato
• Aristotle
• Machiavelli
• Montesquieu
Q.16.Which one of the following functions is performed by political parties ?
• To render help to poor people
• To run hospitals
• To manage newspapers
• To assist candidates in contesting elections
Q.17.‘The concept of liberty’ includes—
• absence of unjust restraints
• maximum justice
• national liberation
• absence of restraints
Q.18.The best explanation of ‘Equality’ is—
• identity of treatment
• parity of remuneration
• fulfilment of minimum needs
• abiding by rules
Q.19.Marxian socialism is called ‘scientific socialism’, because Marx—
• considered personal experiences as his laboratory
• opposed religion and metaphysical issues
• rejected idealistic, vague and utopian assumptions
• accepted dictatorship of the proletariat
Q.20.The Retributive Theory of Justice is based on—
• the principle of deterrent punishment
• the principle of revenge
• the principle that punishment should aim at reforming the criminals
• the principle of ‘hate the sin and not the sinner’
Q.21.Classless society according to Marx denotes—
• a tribal society
• a casteless society
• a society where there is only one class–the working class
• a society in which all classes are in equal proportion
Q.22.Rousseau’s ‘General Will’ means—
• Will of the sovereign
• Will of the general public
• Will of majority
• Collective good of the people
Q.23.The Deterrent Theory of Justice is based upon the principle of—
• Tit for tat
• Severe and exemplary punishment to prevent the re-occurrence of crime
• That criminals should be reformed
• That criminals should be treated leniently
Q.24.Theory of Political Development means—
• Development of the whole state
• Development of the consciousness amongst the people
• Development of the whole society through the instrumentality of the State
• Development of political elite
Q.25.Divine Origin theory of the State holds that
• State was created by a saint named Divine
• State was created by Pope
• State was created by God
• State was created by majority vote
Q.26.Oligarchy is a system where—
• representatives of the common people dominate
• aristocratic class dominates
• working class dominates
• peasantry dominates
Q.27.A Totalitarian State is one in which—
• total power of the state is vested in one person
• state has total power over its subjects
• state caters to the total needs of its subjects
• state has complete control over its resources
Q.28.The characteristic which is of the ‘List System’ but not of ‘Single Transferable Vote System’ is—
• it is proportional representation
• the constituency must be multiple-member
• quota is calculated
• votes are cast to the party and not the candidate
Q.29.The scholar who first propounded the single transferable vote system is
• Thomas Paine
• J.S. Mill
• Thomas Hare
• Rousseau
Q.30.The ideology of Democratic Socialism lays emphasis on—
• basis of society is not competition, but cooperation
• state is a necessary evil
• violent revolution
• class-struggle theory
Q.31.Which of the following statements is not applicable to Hobbes ?
• Men entered into a single contract
• Sovereign enjoyed absolute powers
• Men can appoint their ruler
• The contract was one-sided
Q.32.Which of the following contains the elements of the historical theory of origin of the State ?
• Kinship, religion, war, political consciousness
• War, customs, kingship, dictates of natural law
• Kingship, force, mutual agreements, political leadership
• Blood-relations, contractual agreements, religion, anarchy
Q.33.The basic principle of liberalism is—
• social justice
• equality
• individual freedom
• nationalism
Q.34.Modern Individualism demands freedom for—
• Group
• Individual
• People
• Working class
Q.35.The concept of constitutional government was first elaborated by—
• Plato
• Aristotle
• Bodin
• Machiavelli
Q.36.Who propagated “the greatest happiness to the greatest number” ?
• Marxists
• Utilitarians
• Liberals
• Pluralists
Q.37.Input-output model is chiefly attributed to—
• Peter Merkl
• Robert Dahl
• David Easton
• David Apter
Q.38.What are the essential elements of the State ?
• Population, territory, constitution, power
• Population, territory, government, sovereignty
• Population, territory, political party, sovereignty
• Population, power, authority, sovereignty
Q.39.Which of the following theories of origin of State is more appropriate and reliable as it is based on scientific base ?
• Divine theory of origin of state
• Force theory
• Evolutionary theory
• Social contract theory
Q.40.The concept of ‘Rule of Law’ was given by—
• A.V. Dicey
• Laski
• Austin
• MacIver
Q.41.Mrs. Annie Besant was associated with—
• Servants of India Society
• Home Rule Movement
• Civil Disobedience Movement
• Quit India Movement
Q.42.Who presides over the joint session of the two Houses of the Parliament ?
• President of India
• Speaker of Lok Sabha
• Prime Minister
• Leader of Ruling Party
Q.43.In the Indian Constitution the word secularism means—
• State has a religion of its own
• State has nothing to do with religion
• State has irreligious
• State tolerates religions without professing any particular religion
Q.44.Who was the Chairman of the ‘Drafting Committee in the Constituent Assembly’ ?
• Dr. Rajendra Prasad
• Dr. B. R. Ambedkar
• J. L. Nehru
• B. N. Rao
Q.45.Through which Amendment was the word ‘Socialism’ added to the Constitution ?
• 42nd Amendment
• 43rd Amendment
• 44th Amendment
• 45th Amendment

Q.46.Indian Institute of Public Administration is situated at—
• Delhi
• Chennai
• Kolkata
• Mumbai
Q.47.In India the power of judicial review is enjoyed by the—
• High Court only
• Supreme Court only
• Supreme Court and High Court only
• Parliament
Q.48.In which part of the Indian Constitution proclaims India to be a welfare state ?
• Part III
• Part IV
• Part IX
• Part VI
Q.49.The Fundamental Duties of Indian citizens are contained in—
• Part I of the Constitution
• Part III of the Constitution
• Part IV of the Constitution
• None of the above
Q.50.Which one of the following commissions was constituted to examine the Center-State relations ?
• Sarkaria Commission
• Shah Commission
• Bachhavat Commission
• Jain Commission
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