APPSC Group I Prelims Re Exam Answer Key 2010 | APPSC Group I – Preliminary Re Exam Question Paper with Key held on October 25, 2010

APPSC Group I – Preliminary Exam Question Paper with Key October 25, 2010

1. The total Solar eclipse of the 21st Century occurred on:
1) 20th July, 2009
2) 21st July, 2009
3) 22nd July, 2009
4) 23rd July, 2009
2. The following is the outline map of a country. Identify it:

1) Brazil
2) Mexico
3) Iran
4) Canada
3. The following is the outline map of a State in India. Identify it :

1) Orissa
2) Uttar Pradesh
3) Tamil Nadu
4) Karnataka
4. The following is the outline map of a District in Andhra Pradesh.
Identify it:

1) Karimnagar
2) Khammam
3) Guntur
4) Anantapur
5. The outer layer of the earth is known as :
1) Mantle
2) Core
3) Cirrus
4) Crust
6. Which one of the following is the major Ocean of the world?
1) Indian Ocean
2) Atlantic Ocean
3) Pacific Ocean
4) Arctic Ocean
7. Latitudes are imaginary lines drawn parallel to the Equator and run
from :
1) North to South
2) East to West
3) Arctic circle to North pole
4) South pole to Tropic of cancer
8. Bandipur National Park/Wildlife sanctuary is in :
1) Assam
2) Gujarat
3) Karnataka
4) Tamil Nadu
9. On 21st March and 21st September the Sun’s rays fall directly on :
1) Exosphere
2) Equator
3) Stratosphere
4) Tropic of Capricorn
10. In Andhra Pradesh among the following lead deposits are found in:

1) Kurnool District
2) Nizamabad District
3) Vijayanagaram District
4) Chittoor District
11. The first Coalition Government formed at the Centre was :
1) Janata Government
2) United Front Government
3) National Democratic Government
4) National Front Government

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