Question Code: 140/2023 (A)

Medium of Question- English


Cat.Number: 185/2022

Date of Test : 04/08/2023 

1. The nature of Anthropology is deals about
 A) To study on Social Science
 B) To study on applied Social Science
 C) To study on holistic perspective
 d) All of the above

2. The Scientific Theory of culture is explaining about
 A) Study of Culture
 B) Study of Ecology
 C) Need of humans
 d) Study of material Science

3. Which species of the first hominid specimens to be subjected to Radio Dating ?
 A) Homo Erectus
 B) Neandertal
 C) Ramapithecus
 d) Zini

4. Who was found the first stone tools in Olduvai Gorge area
 A) Butter Jones
 B) dian Tossy
 C) Louis Leakey
 D) Gabriel Laskar

5. The principle meaning of Ecology is
 A) live mountain areas
 B) Adaptation to environment
 C) living in forest areas
 d) living in water surrounding areas

6. The Potlatching is a practice of the Indians of the
 A) Newland
 B) North West Coast of America
 C) South America
 D) Papua New Guinea

7. Indus Valley Civilization was a combination of
 A) Stone Age and metal Age
 B) Pre-historic Age
 C) Cave Art Age
 d) more literate Age

8. The culture and personality study were carried out by morris E. Opler among the following :
 A) Iroquois Indians
 B) Hopi Indians in Arizona
 C) An Apache life way
 d) melanesians Tribes

9. The Shaman is a
 A) medicine man
 B) Religious Practitioner
 C) A magician
 D) A Tribal God

10. The handbook on cultural patterns and technical value of anthropological research is deals
 A) Poverty
 B) Public Health, Healthcare, Agricultural practices
 C) Work Education
 d) Social life of villagers

11. The RaniKhera village is located in
 A) North India
 B) North East
 C) South India
 d) South West

12. The society (or) culture of mankind has passed through three successive development stages, namely,
 A) Social and Cultural
 B) Natural and Educational
 C) Volunteer and Self
 d) Religion and Science

13. In which book the contemporary study of religious traditions in India was dealt ?
 A) Society in India by Ram Auguja
 B) Structure and change in Indian Society by milton Singer
 C) Village India by mckim marriot
 D) Sacred complex in Hindu Gaya – L.P. Vidyarthi

14. The main scope of pre-historic Archaeological Anthropology is as follows :
 A) Study of Art
 B) Study of Plant and Animal life
 C) Study of Paleolithic man and Culture
 d) Eolithic man
15. Who has attempted to make a distinction between Social Structure and Social Organization ?
 A) Levi-Strauss
 B) G.P. Murdock
 C) Raymond Firth
 d) E.B. Taylor

16. The “Good enough” was studied the aspects of
 A) maya Indians
 B) The problem in Polynesian Organization
 C) life of American Indians
 d) Nuer life of Africa

17. The levels of socio-cultural integration were introduced by
 A) B. malinowski
 B) Abraham Gardiner
 C) Julian H. Steward
 D) G.P. Murdock

18. Redfield concept of folk society and folk culture are based largely on his studies of
 A) Iroquois tribes
 B) Hopi Indians
 C) The maya Indians
 d) Eskimos

19. The village study of Kathalen Gough was conducted in Tanjore District in South India, it focusses on
 A) Village Politics
 B) Village Factions
 C) Village Social System
 d) Irrigation System

20. Tylor what he discussed in his book, Primitive Culture ?
 A) Cultural Evolutionism
 B) Cultural Ecology
 C) Two methods of revolutionary reconstruction
 d) Unity of mankind

21. morgan Theory mainly discusses about
 A) Physical Evolution
 B) Family organization and kinship terminology
 C) Social life of human groups
 d) Religious activities

22. Which statement is correct ?
 A) malinowski was a Functionalist
 B) malinowski was a diffusionist
 C) malinowski was an Evolutionist
 d) malinowski was a Russian Anthropologist

23. Parochialization is opposite process to Universalization said by
 A) Kathaleen Gough
 B) Oscar Lewis
 C) mckim marriot
 d) l.P. Vidyarthi

 24. The circulating exchange of valuables in the Archipelagoes of Eastern New Guinea
 A) Kwakitul
 B) Polatch
 C) Kula
 d) Barter

 25. Who makes a distinction between ‘development Anthropology’ and ‘Anthropology of Development’ ?
 i) Escobar
 ii) Rapport
 iii) James Frazer
 iv) James Herskovits
 Choose the correct answer from below :

 A) Only i
 B) Only i and ii
 C) Only i, ii and iii
 d) All the above

 26. We understand that the system of distribution prevails in all types of societies. The American economic anthropologists Karl Polanyi and Paul Bohannan distinguish three different modes of distribution or exchange. They are
 i) Reciprocity
 ii) Redistribution
 iii) market exchange
 iv) None of the above
 Choose the correct answer from the following :

 A) Only i and ii
 B) Only ii and iii
 C) Only i, ii and iii
 d) Only iv

 27. Which of the following is true about Negative Reciprocity ?
 i) It is a form of exchange in which one tries to get something, out of nothing, or for a lesser value.
 ii) On certain occasions, the goods are collected by a central agency. It is then distributed to others who are in need of it.
 iii) In potlatch a chief or a host accumulates materials for redistribution among its members.
 iv) Silent trade or dumb barter has been noted in some African societies. It is a specialized form of barter in which no verbal communication takes place.
 Choose the correct answer from the following :

 A) Only i and ii are true
 B) Only i is true
 C) None of the above are true
 d) All the above are true

28. The Class differences which are defined in terms of levels of income and wealth are reflected in class-specific consumption patterns. In cultures with class structures, upper-class people spend more on consumption than the poor. The poor, however, spend a higher percentage of their total income on consumption than the rich, especially on needs such as
 i) Food
 ii) Clothing
 iii) Shelter
 iv) Transportation
Choose the correct answer from the following :

 A) Only i and ii and iii are true
 B) Only i is true
 C) None of the above are true
 d) All the above are true

29. In contemporary industrial societies, money is key item of exchange. No dollar bill has more meaning or significance than any other. In many other economies, money plays a less important role and valued items such as the below _______are prominent exchange items.
 i) Time
 ii) Labour
 iii) Goods
 iv) Digital exchange
Choose the correct answer from the following :

 A) Only ii is correct
 B) Both i and ii are correct
 C) All the three i, ii and iii are correct
 d) None of the above is correct

30. Gender is the key factor structuring the organization of labour, with male and female work roles often being clearly differentiated. male and female roles fall in to three general patterns. most commonly, men do the clearing and men and women plant and tend the staple crops that are the basis of the peoples’ everyday diets. This pattern exists in
 i) Trobriand Islanders
 ii) Papua New Guinea
 iii) Samoan Islanders
 iv) Gusii of Kenya
Choose the correct answer from the following :
 A) Only ii is correct
 B) Both i and ii are correct
 C) All the three i, ii and iii are correct
 d) None of the above is correct

31. In India the dimensions of civilization are tribal, rural and urban. Anthropologist Robert Redfield is of the opinion that both folk and urban civilizations are not in isolation, rather they are interdependent and interactive. It is on this idea that he developed the concept of
 i) Culture and Personality
 ii) Structure and Functionality
 iii) Folk Urban Continuum
 iv) Urban Continuity
Choose the correct answer from the following :

 A) Only ii correct
 B) Only iv correct
 C) Only iii correct
 d) Only i correct

32. The term refers to groups of people who are the original inhabitants of a particular territory Often; these people now take the name of First peoples as a way of self-definition as original claimants to a place.
 i) Indigenous People
 ii) Industrial People
 iii) Post Industrial People
 iv) Pre Industrial People
Choose the correct answer from the following :

 A) Only i correct
 B) Only iv correct
 C) Only iii correct
 d) Only ii correct

33. Which is not the limitation of Case Study ?
 i) Case history records could be open to errors due to faulty selection of case and inaccurate observation.
 ii) It is very difficult to draw generalizations on the basis of a few cases.
 iii) A Case Study helps to probe the in-depth analysis of a social unit.
 iv) Case Study is time-consuming and costly in certain cases.
Choose the correct answer from the following :

 A) Only i correct
 B) Only iv correct
 C) Only iii correct
 d) Only ii correct

34. The genealogical method was used, along with observation method census and settlement pattern, first by W H R Rivers in field research and produced his classical monograph on the
 i) Todas
 ii) Khasi
 iii) Garo
 iv) Angami
Choose the correct answer from the following :

 A) Only i correct
 B) Only iv correct
 C) Only iii correct
 d) Only ii correct

35. There is a local belief that the nails and hair removed from the body are not to be thrown in the open space, because there is a chance of the same being used for black magic causing harm to the person concerned
 i) Etic view
 ii) Emic view
 iii) Outsider view
 iv) Psychic view
Choose the correct answer from the following :

 A) Only i correct
 B) Only iv correct
 C) Only iii correct
 d) Only ii correct

36. The important features of ethnology can be listed as below :
 i) Ethnology is narrative
 ii) Ethnology is historical
 iii) Ethnology is comparative
 iv) It can be based on ethnographies Choose the correct answer from the following :

 A) i and ii are true
 B) i and ii and iii are true
 C) Only i is true
 d) i, ii, iii and iv are true

37. A system practiced in North malabar, to collect a considerable amount of money when the members are in dire need of it
 i) Panappayattu
 ii) Kurikalyanam
 iii) Talikatukalyanam
 iv) malabar Kalyanam
Choose the correct answer from the following :

 A) Only i true
 B) Only ii true
 C) Only iii and iv are true
 d) Only i and ii are true

38. The Anthropological fieldwork has four types of field notes in practice. Human memory is a very poor recording device, especially for the kind of details that make the difference between good and so-so ethnographic research. Keep a note pad with you at all times and make field jottings on the spot. This applies to both formal and informal interviews in bars and cafe’s, in homes and on the street. Which of the following are the types of field notes practiced by anthropologists in field studies ?
 i) Jottings
 ii) A diary
 iii) A log
 iv) Field notes
Choose the correct answer from the following :
 A) Only i true
 B) Only ii true
 C) i and iii are true
 d) All the above are correct

39. In new ethnography we have different types of Ethnography which are
 i) Reflexivity
 ii) Auto Ethnography
 iii) Team Ethnography
 iv) dialogical Ethnography
Choose the correct answer from the following :

 A) Only i correct
 B) Both i and ii are correct
 C) i, ii and iii are correct
 d) All the above are correct

40. The unique contribution to the study of anthropology was the theory that culture is ‘‘personality writ large’’. Is given by
 i) Ruth Fulton Benedict
 ii) margaret mead
 iii) John derek Freeman
 iv) Bronislaw malinowski
Choose the correct answer from the following :

 A) Only i correct
 B) Only iv correct
 C) Only iii correct
 d) Only ii correct

41. Who distinguished three main modes of claiming legitimacy ?
 A) Shils and Finch
 B) max Weber
 C) Karl marx
 d) Vilfredo Pareto

42. Who among the following discussed about dyadic relationship and ‘Triad’ ?
 A) C.H. Cooley
 B) Herbert mead
 C) G. Simmel
 D) Talcott Parsons

43. Which does not belong to superstructure in Marxian analysis ?
 A) Politics
 B) Religion and Belief Systems
 C) Family
 d) Capital

44. Who was of the view that “Religion is an eminently collective thing” ?
 A) Karl marx
 B) max Weber
 C) E. durkheim
 d) Vilfredo Pareto

45. Who among the following also wrote on class and caste, legal system and music ?
 A) Karl marx
 B) max Weber
 C) Vilfredo Pareto
 d) Emile durkheim

46. Who stated in writing on the legal system of continental Europe that, “the modern judge is a vending machine into which the pleadings are inserted together with the fee and which then disgorges the judgement together with the reasons mechanically derived from the code” ?
 A) max Weber
 B) T. Veblen
 C) Gerth and Mills
 D) Karl Marx

47. Who talked about the ‘bracketing of knowledge’ and ‘Intentionality of consciousness’ in the context of theory of Phenomenology ?
 A) Edmund Husserl
 B) Robert morris
 C) Alfred Schutz
 D) E. Goffman

48. during the 1930s, Harvard became an important center of sociological thinking. Who among the following taught there and introduced from Europe an approach called ‘Structural-functionalism’ ?
 A) Robert d. Park and G.H. Mead
 B) Pitirim Sorokin and Talcott Parsons
 C) G.H. Mead and C.H. Cooley
 d) W.I. Thomas and Talcott Parsons

49. Who among the following believed that “Religion, Social status and property are all sources of power and authority” ?
 A) Ranajit Guha
 B) Mahatma Gandhi
 C) david Hardiman
 d) B.R. Ambedkar

50. Which of the following Indologist was of the opinion that, “Sociology of India lies at the confluence of sociology and Indology” ?
 A) Louis Dumont
 B) G.S. Ghurye
 C) Iravati Karve
 d) K.m. Kapadia

51. Which of the following thinkers opined that there are ‘necessary conditions of existence’ for human societies which are discoverable for scientific study ?
 A) Radcliffe-Brown
 B) Talcott Parsons
 C) B. malinowski
 d) R.K. merton

52. Which ‘marxologist’ believed that the ‘unhistorically minded’ young marxist ran the risk of ending up as a ‘fascist’ ?
 A) P.H. Prabhu
 B) A.R. desai
 C) R.K. Mukherjee
 D) D.P. Mukherjee

53. Who among the following describes the concept of functional unity by analyzing the interaction in ritual context of different caste of the Coorgs ?
 A) S.C. dube
 B) A.m. Shah
 C) m.N. Srinivas
 d) T.K. Oommen

54. Which of the following Indian Sociologist has consistently advocated and applied dialectical historical model in his sociological studies ?
 A) A.R. desai
 B) P.H. Prabhu
 C) y. Singh
 d) m.N. Panini

55. Which among the following scholars propounded the hypothesis that industrialization and urbanization will lead to the development of a nuclear or a conjugal family system ?
 A) W.J. Goode
 B) I.P. Desai
 C) K. Gough
 D) B.S. Cohn

56. Who among the following hypothesises that change first occurs within the family (latent, emotional ties) and then of the family (manifest, structural ties) ?
 A) S.C. dube
 B) R.d. Naik
 C) Both A) and B)
 d) None of the above

57. Who among the following formulated in a neo-marxian framework the global economic interconnections in terms of relationship among the core (world of imperial markets), the periphery (economically dependent economies) and the semi-periphery ?
 A) A. Giddens
 B) R. Robertson
 C) J. Beckford
 d) I. Wallerstein

58. Which of the following project is an example where environmental and religious organizations came together to argue for the preservation of a sacred geography ?
 A) The Vrindavan Conservation Project
 B) Narmada Bachao Andolan
 C) Both A) and B)
 d) None of the above

59. Who among the following contributed in establishing the field of ‘Social Ecology’ ?
 A) Radha Kamal Mukherjee
 B) Ramachandra Guha
 C) A.R. desai
 d) Both A) and B)

60. Since the passing of ___________, the major change that took place in context of women functionaries of Panchayati Raj Institutions was political representation of women through reservation.
 A) The 73rd Constitutional Amendment Act
 B) The 74th Constitutional Amendment Act
 C) The 42nd Constitutional Amendment Act
 d) The 51st Constitutional Amendment Act

61. According to whom the environmental struggles in India have largely been characterized as the ‘environmentalism of the poor’.
 A) Amita Baviskar
 B) Madhav Gadgil
 C) Ramachandra Guha
 d) None of the above

62. The adult members of every household must fulfill which of the following condition(s) for guaranteed rural employment under the National Rural Employment Guarantee Act, 2005 ?
 A) reside in any rural areas
 B) are willing to do unskilled manual work
 C) Both A) and B)
 d) None of the above

63. ‘Tharavad’ in kinship is associated with which society ?
 A) Todas of Nilgiri
 B) Nairs of Kerala
 C) Konkani’s of Goa
 D) Khatries of Punjab

64. Who among the following conducted his field study in Shamirpet ?
 A) Andrē Bēteille
 B) Yogendra Singh
 C) S.C. dube
 d) m.N. Srinivas

65. Which of the following year is called as demographic divide ?
 A) 1901
 B) 1911
 C) 1921
 d) 2001

66. Which of the following State is regarded as dEmARU State ?
 A) Gujarat
 B) Madhya Pradesh
 C) Rajasthan
 D) Uttar Pradesh

67. Who preferred to call Tribals as backward Hindus ?
 A) Mahatma Gandhiji
 B) Narasimha Mehta
 C) D.N. Majumdar
 D) G.S. Ghurye

68. “development is ultimate a matter of human freedom, expansion of freedom is both the primary end and principle means of development. Perusing development means attempting to remove un-freedom such as tyranny, famine and poverty”. This understanding of development is related to whom ?
 A) Amartya Sen
 B) Raghu Ram Rajan
 C) mohammad Unus
 d) manmohan Singh

69. match the following :
1) Article 17 
2) Article 23 
3) Article 15 
4) Article 16 

i) Prohibition of discrimination
ii) Abolition of Untouchability
iii) Prohibition of Traffic in human beings
iv) Equality of Opportunity

 A) 1-ii, 2-iii, 3-iv, 4-i
 B) 1-ii, 2-iii, 3-i, 4-iv
 C) 1-ii, 2-i, 3-iii, 4-iv
 d) 1-i, 2-ii, 3-iv, 4-iii

70. Which toxic gas has killed the people of Bhopal in Union Carbide Company tragedy ?
 A) methyl Bromide
 B) methyl Solicilate
 C) metal Ethanoate
 d) methyl Isocynate

71. Which of the following is not a lifestyle disease ?
 A) Heart diseases
 B) Obesity
 C) diabetes
 d) Poverty

72. Which of the following is not a cause for the declining the child sex ratio of India ?
 A) Sex specific abortions
 B) Poverty
 C) Science and son complex
 d) Neglect of girl babies in infancy

73. A survey taking place at interval over a long period is called
 A) latitudinal survey
 B) longitudinal survey
 C) Case study
 d) Content analysis

74. match the following :
1) Gang leader for a day 
2) The affluent worker 
3) Hard labour 
4) Field Experiment 

i) John Goldthrope
ii) Sudhir Venkatesh
iii) Rosenthal and Jacobson
iv) Coroline Gartell

 A) 1-ii, 2-i, 3-iv, 4-iii
 B) 1-i, 2-ii, 3-iii, 4-iv
 C) 1-iii, 2-i, 3-ii, 4-iv
 d) 1-iv, 2-i, 3-iii, 4-ii

75. The finding one respondent and getting the researcher in touch with one or more other is called
 A) Quota sampling
 B) Stratified sampling
 C) Random sampling
 d) Snowball sampling

76. A common set of possible responses is : agree strongly/agree/neither agree nor disagree/disagree/strongly disagree is called
 A) open question
 B) pre-coded question
 C) scaled question
 d) self completion

77. Which of the following method involves gathering information through different strategies such as collecting data at different times in different context and from different people ?
 A) Researcher triangulation
 B) Theoretical triangulation
 C) data triangulation
 d) Contrasting research method

78. mini version of full scale study design to test its feasibility is
 A) Pilot study
 B) longitudinal study
 C) latitudinal study
 d) Falsification

79. Who argues that data can never speak for itself, it has to be analysed, by bringing together and categorising related ideas and interpreted ?
 A) Jurgen Hebermas
 B) Pierre Bourdieu
 C) Anthony Giddens
 D) Micheal Foucault

80. match the following :
1) Code of ethics 
2) Content analysis 
3) Experimental group 
4) Hathorne effect 

i) Subjects in an experiment who are exposed to an independent variable introduced by a researcher
ii) The unidentified influence that observer or experiments can have on their subjects
iii) The systematic coding and objective recording of data guided by some rationale
iv) Maintain objectivity, integrity, respect the subject’s right to privacy in research

 A) 1-iv, 2-iii, 3-ii, 4-i
 B) 1-iv, 2-ii, 3-i, 4-iii
 C) 1-iv, 2-iii, 3-i, 4-ii
 d) 1-iii, 2-iv, 3-i, 4-ii

81. Name the organisation to which the following passage is related with ?
Its pioneers were Kesari Balakrishna Pillai, P. Kesavadev, P.C. Kuttikrishnan, S.K. Pottekkat etc. It is closely related with an idea called “Jeeval Sahithyam”. It was founded around in 1937 in Kerala.
 1) Nadaka Prasthanam
 2) Purogamana Sahitya Prasthanam
 3) Kalasamskarika Prasthanam
 4) Kathakali Prasthanam

 A) 1
 B) 2
 C) 3
 d) 4

82. Which one of the following pairs is correct ?
 1) Kallumala agitation – Sahodaran Ayyappan
 2) Savarna Jatha – Guruvayur Satyagraha
 3) Pattinijatha – K. Kelappan
 4) Shannar agitation – Melmundu Kalappam
 A) 1
 B) 2
 C) 3
 d) 4

83. Identify the person who is mentioned in the following hints.
1) One of the founding member of the All Kerala Women’s league.
2) She had served as a member of madras legislative Assembly in 1936 and 1946.
3) She took part in Civil Disobedience Movement and put to jail for two years.
 1) A.V. Kuttimalu Amma
 2) Accama Cheriyan
 3) Anna Chandi
 4) lalitha Prabhu.

 A) 1
 B) 2
 C) 3
 d) 4

84. Match List – 1 with List – 2.
 List – 1 
1) Ikkanda Warrier 
2) Vagbhadanandan 
3) A.K. Gopalan 
4) Accama Cheriyan 

List – 2
A) Guruvayur Satyagraha
B) Travancore
C) Atma Vidya Kahalam
d) Kochi

 A) 1 – A 2 – C 3 – D 4 – B
 B) 1 – D 2 – C 3 – B 4 – A
 C) 1 – D 2 – C 3 – A 4 – B
 D) 1 – C 2 – A 3 – D 4 – B

85. Fill in the blanks :
Al-Ameen – _____________
 1) Ali brothers
 2) muhammad Abdur Rahiman
 3) Vakkam Abdul Khader maulavi
 4) None of these
 A) 1
 B) 2
 C) 3
 d) 4

86. “Enlighten through education and strengthen by Union”. Whose observation is this ?
 1) Vagbhadanandan
 2) Ayyankali
 3) Sreenarayana Guru
 4) Sahodaran Ayyappan

 A) 1
 B) 2
 C) 3
 d) 4

87. Read the following statements and state which are incorrect ?
 1) The Nivarthana agitation (Abstention movement) was launched by Christian, muslim and Ezhava communities in 1932.
 2) The agitation was to seeking reservation in government jobs on the basis of property rights.
 3) The leaders of the movement were P.K. Kunchu, N.V. Joseph and C. Kesavan.
 4) The major centre of the agitation was at Malabar.

 A) 2, 4
 B) 1, 2
 C) 3, 4
 d) 1, 3

88. Wagon Tragedy was an unfortunate incident in History related to
 1) Punnapra Vayalar Upheaval
 2) malabar Riots
 3) Civil disobedience movement
 4) None of these
 A) 1
 B) 2
 C) 3
 d) 4

89. The first English School was started in Kerala
1) Saktan Thampuran at Thrissur
2) Zamorin at Kozhikode
3) Swathithirunal at Ernakulam
4) Sree Chithirathirunal at Travancore
 A) 1
 B) 2
 C) 3
 d) 4

90. Find the odd one.
1) Kerala Kalidasan – Kerala Varma Valiya Koil Thampuran
2) Kerala Valmiki – Ullor S. Parameswar Iyer
3) Kerala Panini – A.R. Raja Raja Varma
4) Kerala Vyasan – Kunchi Kuttan Thampuran

 A) 1
 B) 2
 C) 3
 d) 4

91. Find out the Schedule which was inserted in the Indian Constitution as a result of the 73rd Amendment
 1) 11th Schedule
 2) 12th Schedule
 3) 10th Schedule
 4) None of the above

 A) 1
 B) 2
 C) 3
 d) 4

92. The subject in which list both Central and State Government can make laws
1) Union list
2) State list
3) Residuary Powers
4) Concurrent list

 A) 1
 B) 2
 C) 3
 d) 4

93. Article 356 of the Constitution deals with
 1) National Emergency
 2) State Emergency
 3) law making Procedure
 4) Financial Emergency

 A) 1
 B) 2
 C) 3
 d) 4

94. 1) For establishing a welfare state in India the makers of our Constitution inducted directive Principles.
2) The provisions included in the Directive Principles are non-justiciable.
3) Part III of the Indian Constitution contains directive Principle of State Policy.
 From the above statements choose the correct answer.

 1) 1 and 2 are correct but 3 is incorrect.
 2) 1, 2 and 3 are correct.
 3) 1, 2 and 3 are incorrect.
 4) Only 1 is correct and 2, 3 are incorrect.

 A) 1
 B) 2
 C) 3
 d) 4

95. 1) The Vice President of India is elected by proportional representation.
2) The Vice President is elected for the tenure of 6 years.
3) The Vice President is the Chairman of Rajya Sabha.
Choose the correct answer.
 1) All the three statements are correct.
 2) All the above statements are incorrect.
 3) Statements 1 and 2 are correct and 3 is incorrect.
 4) Statements 1 and 3 are correct and 2 is incorrect.

 A) 1
 B) 2
 C) 3
 d) 4

96. 1) dr. B.R. Ambedkar considered Article 32 is the heart and soul of the Constitution.
2) Jawaharlal Nehru proclaimed Preamble is the soul of our Constitution.
Which one of the statement is correct ?
 1) 1 and 2 is correct.
 2) 1 correct 2 incorrect.
 3) 1 not correct 2 correct.
 4) 1 and 2 are incorrect.

 A) 1
 B) 2
 C) 3
 d) 4

97. By which Amendment voting age reduced from 21 to 18 ?
 1) 52nd
 2) 86th
 3) 61st
 4) 74th

 A) 1
 B) 2
 C) 3
 d) 4

98. Identify the agency which conduct election to local Self Govt. in India ?
 1) Election Commission of India.
 2) State Election Commission.
 3) Local Self Government Department.
 4) None of the above.

 A) 1
 B) 2
 C) 3
 d) 4

99. Which Constitutional Amendment Implemented the EWS’s reservation in India ?
 1) One hundred and Third Amendment Act, 2019.
 2) One hundred and Fourth Amendment Act, 2019.
 3) One hundred and Fifth Amendment Act, 2019.
 4) One hundred and Sixth Amendment Act, 2019.

 A) 1
 B) 2
 C) 3
 d) 4

100. 1) The Chairman of Union Public Service Commission was appointed by the President of India.
2) Article 315 of the Constitution deals with the Public Service Commission for Union and for the State.
Choose the correct answer.
 1) 1 correct and 2 not correct.
 2) 1 not correct but 2 is correct.
 3) 1 and 2 are correct.
 4) 1 and 2 are not correct.

 A) 1
 B) 2
 C) 3
 d) 4

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