Higher Secondary School Teacher (Junior) in Psychology Question Paper and Answer Key

Question Paper Code: 52/2022/OL
Category Code: 492/2019
Exam: Higher Secondary School Teacher (Junior) in Psychology
Date of Test 26-07-2022
Department: Kerala Higher Secondary Education
Alphacode A

Question1:-According to Guilford which one of the following is primary identifying feature of creativity?
A:-Convergent Thinking
B:-Divergent Thinking
C:-Heuristic Thinking
D:-Trial and Error
Answer:- Option-B

Question2:-When the food container was opened dog begins to salivate. In this situation, the sound of the opening the metallic container is acting as what?
A:-Natural stimulus
B:-Neutral stimulus
C:-Conditioned stimulus
D:-Unconditioned stimulus
Answer:- Option-C

Question3:-Which of the following test can measure the Need for Achievement?
B:-Standford Binet
Answer:- Option-C

Question4:-All college students like ice cream. Sam is a college student; therefore, Sam like ice cream - This type reasoning is known as?
A:-Inductive reasoning
B:-Deductive reasoning
C:-Analogical reasoning
D:-Hypothesis testing
Answer:- Option-B

Question5:-Pain sensations in the skin, muscles and joints carried on large nerve fibres is known as?
A:-Somatic pain
B:-Visceral pain
C:-Phantom limb pain
D:-Kinaesthetic pain
Answer:- Option-A

Question6:-Meaningful interpretation of sensation is known as?
Answer:- Option-D

Question7:-Name the phenomenon in which the use of processing knowledge to organize individual features into a unified whole?
A:-Bottom-up processing
B:-Top-down processing
C:-Levels of processing
D:-Parallel processing
Answer:- Option-A

Question8:-Which of the  following are based on operant conditioning
(i)   Premack principle
(ii)  Aversion therapy
(iii) Systematic desensitization
(iv) Sensory preconditioning
(v)  Contingency management
(vii) Token economy
A:-(i), (ii), (v)
B:-(i), (v), (vi)
C:-(v), (iv),(vi)
D:-(ii), (iii), (iv)
Answer:- Option-B

Question9:-Which of the following theorists did not propose more than one factor of intelligence in his theory?
Answer:- Option-C

Question10:-A salesman earns 5000/- rupees as an incentive for every car sold by him. which  type of reinforcement schedule is this?
A:-Fixed interval
B:-Fixed ratio
C:-Variable interval
D:-Variable ratio
Answer:- Option-B

Question11:-Match the following and select the correct matching pairs as answer
(i)  Phonemes                (a)    The rules for determining the meaning of words and sentence
(ii) Semantics                (b)    The basic units of sound in language
(iii) Syntax                    (c)     Practical ways of communicating with others
(iv)  Pragmatics             (d)     The rules for combining words and phrases to form
                                              grammatically correct sentences
A:-(i)-b,  (ii)-c,  (iii)-d,  (iv)-a
B:-(i)-b,  (ii)-d,   (iii)-a,  (iv)-c
C:-(i)-b,  (ii)-c,   (iii)-d,  (iv)-a
D:-(i)-b,  (ii)-a,   (iii)-d,  (iv)-c
Answer:- Option-D

Question12:-The rails appearing to be meeting at a distance even  though they are parallel. Which of the following explains this?
C:-relative size
D:-Linear perspective
Answer:- Option-D

Question13:-Name the process of converting physical energy into electrical impulses in the sensory receptors?
Answer:- Option-D

Question14:-Latent learning explains that learning can occur
A:-Without stimulus
B:-Without reinforcement
C:-Without response
D:-Without cognition
Answer:- Option-B

Question15:-PASS model of intelligence consists of which of the following combination. Choose the correct one
A:-Preparation, Attention-Arousal, Simulation, Selection processing
B:-Planning, Attention-Arousal, Selection, Simulation processing
C:-Planning, Attention-Arousal, Simultaneous, Successive processing
D:-Preparation, Attention-Arousal, Selection, Simulation processing
Answer:- Option-C

Question16:-Which part of the limbic system is primarily responsible for hunger motivation?
Answer:- Option-C

Question17:-The tendency to search for evidence that fits one's  beliefs while ignoring any evidence  that does not fit  those beliefs is known as?
A:-Mental Set
B:-Functional fixedness
C:-Confirmation Bias
D:-Fundamental Attribution Error
Answer:- Option-C

Question18:-Which theory explains afterimage?
A:-Trichromatic theory
B:-Dual process theory
C:-Opponent process theory
D:-Place theory
Answer:- Option-C

Question19:-Choose the correct answer from the combinations given below
(i)   Metacognition is higher order thinking
(ii)   Psycholinguistics is the study of language  as it related to the human mind
(iii)   Concepts are ideas that represent a class or category of objects, events, or activities
(iv)   Prototype is an example of a concept that closely matches the defining characteristics of
        the concept
A:-Only (ii), (iii), (iv) are true
B:-Only (i) and (ii) are true
C:-(i), (ii), (iii), (iv) are true
D:-Only (iii) and (iv) are true
Answer:- Option-C

Question20:-Which are the primary colours in trichromatic theory?
A:-Red, yellow, Blue
B:-Red, Green, Yellow
C:-Red, Blue, Green
D:-Red, Green, Black
Answer:- Option-C

Question21:-What are the four components of observational learning?
A:-Attention, retention, Imitation, reproduction
B:-Attention, Motivation, Reproduction,Action
C:-Attention,Retention, Reproduction, Motivation
D:-Attention, Reproduction, Reprocessing, Motivation
Answer:- Option-C

Question22:-The concept of emotional intelligence was first introduced by whom?
A:-Howard Gardner
B:-Danial Goleman
C:-Antonakis and Roberts
D:-Salovey and Mayer
Answer:- Option-D

Question23:-Radha enjoys oil painting. She often spends hours making beautiful paintings. her enjoyment in the task is her own. She does all those for her own happiness and not for money or approval. We can call this type of motivation as
A:-Drive  reduction
Answer:- Option-B

Question24:-Alcohol abuse over a period can result in brain damage and memory disorder due to Vitamin B deficiency. The medical condition is known as
A:-Alcohol withdrawal
B:-Psychogenic forgetting
C:-Anterograde amnesia
D:-Korsakoff's syndrome
Answer:- Option-D

Question25:-Which of the following is not an example of problem-solving methods?
(i)    Heuristics
(ii)   Algorithms
(iii)  Working Backward
(iv)   Functional fixedness
(v)  Subgoals
A:-(iii) only
B:-(iii) and (iv) only
C:-(iv) only
D:-(i) and (v) only
Answer:- Option-C

Question26:-'Aha experience' is commonly  associated with which type of learning?
A:-Sign learning
B:-Latent learning
C:-Operant conditioning
D:-Insight learning
Answer:- Option-D

Question27:-Choose the TRUE statement
A:-g-factor theory was proposed by Thurstone
B:-Jerome Bruner's intelligence theory is process oriented
C:-Analytic, creative, practical intelligence are the three components in Spearman's Triarchic theory
D:-Fluid intelligence and crystalized intelligence was proposed by Gardner
Answer:- Option-B

Question28:-According to Freud's psychoanalytic theory which one of the following relies on primary process?
C:-Super Ego
D:-Ego ideal
Answer:- Option-B

Question29:-What is the method of transferring information from STM into LTM by making that information meaningful?
A:-Maintenance rehearsal
B:-Elaborative rehearsal
C:-Shallow processing
D:-Sensory processing
Answer:- Option-B

Question30:-Which of the following statements are TRUE
(i)   Learned helplessness was proposed by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
(ii)  Learned helplessness is the tendency to fail to act to escape from a situation because of a history of repeat failure in the past
(iii)  Concept learned helpless can explain depression
(iv)  learned helplessness is due to a higher-level region of brain vmPFC which helps subjects determine what is controllable.
A:-(i), (ii), (iii)
B:-(ii), (iii), (iv)
C:-(i), (iii), (iv)
D:-(i), (ii), (iv)
Answer:- Option-B

Question31:-What type of intelligence, according to Howard Gardner would be most likely to be present in psychologists characterized by the ability to understand other and social interactions?
Answer:- Option-C

Question32:-Name the step involves estimating the resources available to the person for coping with the threat in cognitive mediation theory of Lazarus?
A:-Primary Appraisal
B:-Secondary Appraisal
C:-Tertiary Appraisal
D:-Quaternary Appraisal
Answer:- Option-B

Question33:-Who proposed the Frustration-Aggression hypothesis?
A:-Mc Clelland
B:-Edward B  Tolman
D:-John Dollard
Answer:- Option-D

Question34:-Select the correct answer
(i)   Habituation is the decrease of a behavioural response to a stimulus after repeated stimulation
(ii)   Sensitization is an increase in response to mild stimuli as exposure to more intense stimuli
(iii)  In pruning unnecessary neural connections in the CNS are discarded
(iv)  Long term potentiation appears to be one form of Hebbian learning
A:-Only (i), (ii), (iii) are true
B:-Only (ii), (iii), (iv) are true
C:-Only (i), (iii), (iv) are true
D:-(i), (ii), (iii), (iv) are true
Answer:- Option-D

Question35:-"I am trembling. therefore, I am afraid". Which theory best explain this statement?
A:-Cannon-Bard Theory
B:-James-Lange Theory
C:-Opponent process Theory
D:-Schachter Singer Theory
Answer:- Option-B

Question36:-Item writing should not include which of the following guide lines
A:-Use stereo typed words
B:-Items must not be too easy
C:-Avoid non functional words
D:-Avoid interlocking items
Answer:- Option-A

Question37:-Index of difficulty is high for an item indicate
A:-Item answered by 90%
B:-High discrimination
C:-Low discrimination
D:-Item answered by 50%
Answer:- Option-B

Question38:-Which of the following is not a characteristic of random errors
A:-Inflates score
B:-Depress score
C:-Work in negative direction
D:-Never tend to cancel each other
Answer:- Option-D

Question39:-Every thing with regard to construct validity is true except
A:-Complex and difficult
B:-Same as factorial validity
C:-Established by convergent validation
D:-Not established by discriminant validation
Answer:- Option-D

Question40:-TAT is which type of projective test?
Answer:- Option-B

Question41:-Match the following
(a)    probaility sample                (1)   stratum of population drawn non randomly
(b)    Non probability sample       (2)    Area sampling
(c)    Cluster sample                   (3)    Simple random sampling
(d)     Quota sample                    (4)    Purposive sampling
Answer:- Option-C

Question42:-Read the following
Assertion (A) : Randomising, matching and counterbalancing eliminate extraneous variance
Reason (R)  Research design act as a control mechanism which enable the researcher to control unwanted variances
A:-Both (A) and (R) are true  and (R) is the correct explanation of A
B:-Both (A) and (R) are true  and (R) is not the  correct explanation of A
C:-(A) is true but (R) is false
D:-(A) is false but (R) is true
Answer:- Option-A

Question43:-The fear to presence of crowds and difficulty to escape to a safe place is more likely a symptom of
D:-Panic disorder
Answer:- Option-B

Question44:-Which of the following is not a necessary diagnostic criteria for Dementia in Alzheimer's disease with early onset?
A:-Rapid progression of symptoms
B:-Multiple disorders of higher cortical function
C:-Family history of Alzheimer's disease
D:-Onset before the age of 65 years
Answer:- Option-C

Question45:-Which of the following is not a symptom of catatonic schizophernia?
B:-Automatic obedience
D:-Absence of violent excitement
Answer:- Option-D

Question46:-A persistent instability of mood, involving numerous periods of mild depression and mild elation is a symptom of
C:-Bipolar affective disorder
Answer:- Option-B

Question47:-The type of conduct disorder characteristically seen in children below age of 9 or 10 years is
A:-Antisocial personality disorder
C:-Oppositional defiant disorder
D:-Hyperkinetic disorder
Answer:- Option-C

Question48:-Match the following
(a)   Paranoid  personality         (1)      self-dramatization
(b)   Schizoid personality           (2)     perfectionism
(c)   Histrionic personality         (3)     High sensitiveness to setbacks
(d)   Anankastic personality       (4)    Emotional coldness
A:-a-2, b-1, c-4, d-3
B:-a-4, b-3, c-2, d-1
C:-a-3, b-4, c-1, d-2
D:-a-2, b-3, c-4, d-1
Answer:- Option-C

Question49:-Read the following
Assertion (A)  :  Pervasive developmental disorder is defined by abnormal functioning in social interaction, communication and restricted, repetitive behaviour
Reason (B)  :    The disorder  manifest after the age of three years and occurs in girls three to four times more often than in boys
A:-Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of A
B:-Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is not the correct explanation of A
C:-(A) is true but (R) is false
D:-(A) is false but (R) is true
Answer:- Option-C

Question50:-An early method of changing behaviour through unstructured group interaction
B:-Sensitivity training
C:-Process feedback
D:-Intergroup development
Answer:- Option-B

Question51:-Read the following
Assertion (A) : 360 degree feedback rely on feedback from co-workers, customers, and subordinates hoping to give every one a sense  of participation in the review process and gain
more accurate readings on employee performance but evidence on effectiveness of 360 degree feedback in organisations is mixed
Reason (R)  :   360 degree feedback provides employees with a wider perpective on their performance, but many organizations don't spend the time to train evaluators in giving
constructive criticism
A:-Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of A
B:-Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is not the correct explanation of A
C:-(A) is true but (R) is false
D:-(A) is false but (R) is true
Answer:- Option-A

Question52:-The therapy technique used for dealing with both positively reinforced maladaptive behaviours and also avoidance behaviours
A:-Systematic desensitization
B:-A version therapy
C:-Assertiveness therapy
Answer:- Option-D

Question53:-Which of the following is not true with regard to Biofeedback technique?
A:-Measure involuntary physiological response
B:-Use classical conditioning
C:-Use operant conditioning
D:-Effects easily generalized to outside lab settings
Answer:- Option-D

Question54:-According to Health belief Model belief in health threat does not include
A:-General health values
B:-Specific beliefs about vulnerability
C:-Perceived behavioural control
D:-Beliefs about severity of disorder
Answer:- Option-C

Question55:-Highly stressed but healthy professional have a multifaced personality style called hardiness which does not include
Answer:- Option-B

Question56:-Match the following
(a)   Forensic   Psychology            (1)    Energy management
(b)   Environmental psychology     (2)    Quality of life
(c)    Positive psychology              (3)     Disaster management
(d)    sports psychology                (4)     Brain mapping
A:-a-4, b-3, c-2,d-1
B:-a-3, b-4, c-1,d-2
C:-a-3, b-1, c-4,d-2
D:-a-4, b-1, c-2,d-3
Answer:- Option-A

Question57:-According to social identity theory self is organized around which of the following
A:-Social identity and work identity
B:-Social identity and personal identity
C:-Social identity and group identity
D:-Social identity and dynamic identity
Answer:- Option-B

Question58:-Which of the following is not true with regard to high social moniters?
A:-Blend to social situations
B:-Attend to social cues
C:-Easily resist persuation
D:-Weak relation between attitude and behaviour
Answer:- Option-C

Question59:-Giving people a chance to develop a resistance to persuasion by reminding them that they might someday receive a persuative message, and allowing them to practice how they will respond to influence attempts is known as
A:-Subliminal warning
D:-Psychological reactance
Answer:- Option-B

Question60:-Match the following
(a)   Door in the face technique             (1)     A persuasion attempt in which we first get
                                                                   the target to accept a rather minor request,
                                                                   and then ask for a larger request
(b)   Foot in the door technique              (2)     A persuasion attempt in which the
                                                                    persuader promises the target something
                                                                    desirable, with the intention of getting the
                                                                    target to imagine himself engaging the
                                                                    desired behavior before indicating that the desirable offer is actually not possible
(c)   Low ball technique                          (3)    A persuasion attempt in which the target is
                                                                    offered one product at very low price
                                                                   yet the  product at low price is not actually
(d)   bait and switch technique                (4)    A persuasion attempt in which we first get
                                                                    the target to accept a rather larger request,
                                                                     and then ask for minor request
A:-a-2, b-1, c-4, d-3
B:-a-4, b-3, c-2, d-1
C:-a-4, b-1, c-2, d-3
D:-a-2, b-4, c-1, d-3
Answer:- Option-C

Question61:-Milgram's study in social psychology focused on the concept of
Answer:- Option-D

Question62:-Which of the following work against change in group?
A:-Group norms
B:-group dynamics
C:-Group think
D:-Group cohesion
Answer:- Option-C

Question63:-Read the following
Assertion (A) :   Reciprocal altruism is one example of the general principle of social exchange
Reason (R): Reciprocal altruism is the idea that, if we help other people now, they will return the favor should we need their help in the future
A:-Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of (A)
B:-Both (A) and (R) are true (R) is not the correct explanation of (A)
C:-(A) is true but (R) is false
D:-(A) is false but (R) is true
Answer:- Option-A

Question64:-match the following
(a)   Life instinct          (1)     Investment of psychic  energy
(b)   Death instinct       (2)   Form of psychic energy
(c)   Libido                   (3)    Aggression
(d)    Cathexes              (4)   survival
A:-a-4, b-3,c-2,d-1
B:-a-3, b-4,c-1,d-2
C:-a-2, b-3,c-4,d-1
D:-a-4, b-1,c-2,d-3
Answer:- Option-A

Question65:-According to jung the deepest level of the psyche containing the accumulation of inherited experience of human and pre-human species is
A:-Personal unconscious
D:-Collective unconscious
Answer:- Option-D

Question66:-Read the following
Assertion (A):    According to Adler  superiority complex is a condition that develops when a person overcompensates for normal inferiority feelings
Reason (R)  Striving for superiority is the urge toward perfection or completion that motivates each of us
A:-Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of (A)
B:-Both (A) and (R) are true but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A)
C:-(A) is true but (R) is false
D:-(A) is false but (R) is true
 Answer:- Option-B

Question67:-Which of the following does not include the four different ways we try to protect ourselves in childhood from basic anxiety according to Karen Horney
A:-Being submissive
B:-Securing affection
C:-Attaining power
D:-Being productive
Answer:- Option-D

Question68:-According to Allport the most pervasive and powerful human traits are called
A:-Cardinal traits
B:-Central traits
C:-Secondary traits
D:-Personal dispoitions
Answer:- Option-A

Question69:-According to Cattel the stable and permanent traits that are the basic factors of personality, derived by the method of factor analysis are known as
A:-Surface traits
B:-Source traits
C:-Dynamic traits
D:-Constitutional traits
 Answer:- Option-B

Question70:-According to Bandura The idea that behavior is controlled or determined by the individual, through cognitive processes, and by the environment, through external social stimulus events is known as
A:-Reciprocal determinism
B:-Self efficacy
D:-Self reflection
Answer:- Option-A

Question71:-Technology is becoming the prime platform for learning and students should have multiple opportunities in and out of the classroom to display theory ability to solve problems, create, collaborate and innovate. As a teacher, the best strategy  that can be used for this  to achieve is the
A:-Collaborative learning strategy
B:-Blended learning strategy
C:-Problem-based learning strategy
D:-Experimental learning strategy
Answer:- Option-B

Question72:-Teacher effectiveness can be enhanced fostering in them the belief that they can influence how well students learn and has the capacity  to be successful. This belief or conviction is termed as
A:-Self esteem
B:-Self motivation
C:-self concept
D:-self efficacy
Answer:- Option-D

Question73:-Collaborative/ Social skills enable students to work well in groups and teachers can identify which skills the students possess and which skills they need to develop. For effective academic learning, which categorisation can be chosen
A:-team building, communication, leadership, conflict resolution
B:-Collaboration, communication, leadership, problem solving
C:-Co-operation, leadership, conflict resolution, decision making
D:-Communication, leadership, conflict resolution, team management
Answer:- Option-A

Question74:-Self-regulated learning among pupils means
A:-Practising self-discipline and control
B:-Observing regulations for better behaviour patterns
C:-Imposing rules and norms by the learning contexts
D:-Ability to monitor and improve their own learning
 Answer:- Option-D

Question75:-Co-operative learning has been regarded as a best practice with today's students who have grown up with technology, the major elements of co-operative learning include
A:-Collaboration, inquiry, reflection, digital skills
B:-questioning, reflection, critical thinking, communication skill
C:-reflection, collaboration, higher order thinking, social skills
D:-Co-operation, inquiry, reflection, thinking skills
Answer:- Option-C

Question76:-In behavioural research, when a research study is repeated at a different time of place or on a different sample or group
A:-Occurrence of the same result will happen
B:-Comprehensiveness or generalization of results will be enhanced
C:-applicability of results may get diverted
D:-conclusions will be misinterpreted
Answer:- Option-B

Question77:-The research process include the following stages. Choose the option indicating the most appropriate sequence of stages
(i)    Designing research process and Data collection
(ii)    Data analysis, interpretation and discussion
(iii)    Stating the research  problem or question(s) based on the research gap(s)
(iv)   research outcomes, applicability and recommendations
(v)   addressing the research  question(s) and objectives
A:-(i), (ii), (iii), (iv) and (v)
B:-(v), (iii), (ii), (i) and (iv)
C:-(iii), (v), (i), (ii) and (iv)
D:-(i), (iii), (ii), (iv) and (v)
Answer:- Option-C

Question78:-Which of these is not a step in the problem identification process?
A:-Analysis of primary and secondary sources
B:-Theoretical foundation and model building
C:-Finance and accounting of research
D:-Review of existing literature
Answer:- Option-C

Question79:-The difference between a research and scientific inquiry is that
A:-the use of scientific inquiry is possible without research and no research is possible without scientific inquiry
B:-observation is a must in all researches but it is not necessary in scientific inquiry
C:-there is scope for testing hypotheses in research
D:-None of the above
Answer:- Option-A

Question80:-Which among the following signifies the application of experimental method?
A:-Influence of an attribute of the subject on another in a group
B:-Use of occupational therapy by studying the subject as a special case
C:-Direct observation of the subject in a specific context
D:-Study of subject under carefully controlled conditions
Answer:- Option-D

Question81:-Which Articles of the constitution of India lays down the procedure for the impeachment of the president of India?
A:-Article 60
B:-Article 61
C:-Article 80
D:-Article 81
Answer:- Option-B

Question82:-Which year the Indian parliament passed the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act passes?
A:-23rd August 2000
B:-23rd August 2008
C:-23rd August 2006
D:-23rd August 2005
Answer:- Option-D

Question83:-Which fundamental right is described in the Article 14 to 18 of the Indian constitution?
A:-Right to Equality
B:-Right to freedom
C:-Right against Exploitation
D:-Right to constitutional Remedies
 Answer:- Option-A

Question84:-Which year protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act passed by the parliament?
Answer:- Option-C

Question85:-National Food security Act (NFSA)-The basic concept of food security globally is to ensure that all people, at all times, and should get the access to the basic food for theory active and healthy life passed on
A:-June 5 2013
B:-July 5 2013
C:-August 5 2013
D:-September 5 2015
Answer:- Option-B

Question86:-Environmental Protection Act, Act of the parliament of India in the wake of the Bhopal gas Tragedy or Bhopal disaster enacted this Act of 1986 under which Article of the constitution passe in May 1986?
A:-Article 53
B:-Article 153
C:-Article 250
D:-Article 253
Answer:- Option-D

Question87:-The former freedom of information Act 2002 replaced it as The Right to Information Act, which year the parliament of India passed?
A:-5th June 2004
B:-15th June 2005
C:-12th November 2004
D:-12th November 2005
Answer:- Option-B

Question88:-Which part of the constitution of India contained the Emergency provisions?
A:-Part 18
B:-Part 22
C:-Part 42
D:-Part 56
Answer:- Option-A

Question89:-Which is the highest law office of the country?
A:-Chief Justice
B:-Advocate general
C:-Attorney General
D:-Audit General
Answer:- Option-C

Question90:-Who among the following has the power to amend the Indian constitution?
B:-The president of India
C:-The parliament
D:-The constitution cannot be amended
Answer:- Option-C

Question91:-Which among the following work(s) is/are not written by C V Kunhiraman?
(a)   'Ramadevanum Janakiyum'
(b)   'Ratnamanikal'
(c)    'Vanalola'
(d)    'KaviBharatam'
A:-(a), (b)
B:-(c), (d)
C:-(a) ,(c)
D:-(b), (d)
Answer:- Option-D

Question92:-'Navodhanathinte Surya Thejas' is a biographical book written by Babu Thomas. This book is about
A:-Pandit Karuppan
B:-Kurumban Daivathan
C:-K P Vallon
D:-Dr Velukutty Arayan
Answer:- Option-B

Question93:-In which place Ayyankali started a Magazine 'Sadhujana Paripalanam' in 1916?
Answer:- Option-D

Question94:-Which among the following is not a short story of Vaikom Muhammad Basheer?
D:-'Bhoomiyude Avakasikal'
Answer:- Option-C

Question95:-Match the following
1.   'Jathi Nasini Sabha'            (a)  Karat Govinda Menon
2.   'Ananda Maha Sabha'         (b)   Ananda Shenoy
3.   'Atma Vidhya Sangam'        (c)   K Ayyappan
4.    'Vidhya Poshini Sabha'       (d)     V K Gurukkal
A:-1c, 2a, 3d, 4b
B:-1d, 2c, 3a, 4b
C:-1b, 2a, 3d, 4c
D:-1d, 2a, 3c, 4d
Answer:- Option-C

Question96:-Kerala Tourism department launched the 'STREET' project to the unexplored rural hinterland, the initiative would help visitors to experience the diversity of life and culture of locals. The STREET is an acronym for
A:-Sustainable, Tangible, Responsible, Experiential, Ethnic, Tourism hubs
B:-Seasonal, Tangible, Responsible, Expressive, Ethnic, Tourism hubs
C:-Sustainable, tangible, responsible, Expressive, Ethnic, Tourism hubs
D:-Seasonal, Tangible, responsible, Experiential, Ethnic, Tourism hubs
Answer:- Option-A

Question97:-The first President of Barbados, which is the world's newest republic
A:-Gabriel Boric
B:-Dame Sandra Mason
C:-Adama Barrow
D:-Andry Rajoelina
Answer:- Option-B

Question98:-India's newest Tiger reserve, Indravati Tiger Reserve is situated in which state?
A:-Madhya Pradesh
Answer:- Option-C

Question99:-Recently Uttarpradesh government has changed the name of Jhansi Railway station to
A:-Rani Laxmibhai Railway station
B:-Veerangana Laxmibai railway station
C:-Manikarnika Railway station
D:-Jhansi Rani railway Station
Answer:- Option-B

Question100:-India's first digital food museum is started at
A:-Thanjavur, TamilNadu
B:-Hospet, Karnataka
C:-Agra, Uttar Pradesh
D:-Chandrapur, Maharashtra
Answer:- Option-A

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