Sunday, May 3, 2015

Delhi Postman Mail Guard Exam General Knowledge Solved Paper (Exam Held on 21-12-2014)

1. Who among the following has not won the Bharat Ratna Award? 
(A) CNR Rao (B) M. G. Ramachandran 
(C) Sivaji Ganesan (D) K. Kamaraj (Ans : C)

2. Complete the following series: YAZ, WBX, UCV, .……
(A) STD (B) SOT (C) SEP (D) SDQ (Ans : B)

3. Who among the following has not held the post of Chief Election Commissioner of India? 
(A) Navin Chawla (B) S. Y. Qureshi 
(C) Rangarajan (D) J. M. Lyngdoh (Ans : C)

4. Who presided over the Karachi Session of the Indian National Congress 1931 ? 
(A) Sardar Patel (B) Subhash Chandra Bose 
(C) Gandhiji (D) Maulana Azad (Ans : A)

5. Arrange the following in the increasing order of their size. 
Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Telangana 
(A) Kerala, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka 
(B) Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Karnataka 
(C) Kerala, Telangana, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu 
(D) Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Kerala (Ans : D)

6. Which of the following languages was not awarded Classical Language status by the Central Govt. ? 
(A) Bengali (B) Sanskrit (C) Kannada (D) Oriya (Ans : A)

7. In a row of boys, if Ashok who is 10th from the left and Zakir who is 9th from the right interchange their positions, Ashok becomes 15th from the left. How many boys are there in the row ? 
(A) 23 (B) 31 (C) 27 (D) 29 (Ans : A)

8. Who among the following won the US Open Tennis Champion- ship 2014 ? 
(A) Kei Nishikori (B) Serena Williams 
(C) Venus Williams (D) Petra Kvitova (Ans : B)

9. Who among the following is associated with 'Wikileaks' ? 
(A) Julian Assange (B) Edward Snowden 
(C) Mark Zuckerberg (D) Oscar Pritorius (Ans : A)

10. The 'Budhacharita' was written by– 
(A) Amarasimha (B) Bhasa 
(C) Virasena (D) Ashwaghosha (Ans : D)

11. Which of the following diseases is not caused by a virus? 
(A) Ebola (B) Malaria 
(C) Rabies (D) Yellow Fever (Ans : B)

12. Simuka was the founder of which dynasty? 
(A) Pallava (B) Satavahana 
(C) Rashtrakuta (D) Huna (Ans : B)

13. The violent incident at Chauri Choura occurred during which of the following agitations? 
(A) Civil Disobedience Movement (B) Non Co-operation Movement 
(C) Quit India Movement (D) None of these  (Ans : B)

14. Arun said, "This girl is the wife of the grandson of my mother. " Who is Arun to the girl? 
(A) Uncle (B) Father-in-law 
(C) Grandfather (D) Cousin (Ans : B)

15. Which of the following rivers flow into the Bay of Bengal? 
(A) Indus (B) Narmada (C) Tapti (D) Yamuna (Ans : D)

16. The ozone layer is found in–
(A) Troposphere (B) Stratosphere 
(C) Exosphere (D) Thermosphere (Ans : B)

17. We get which vitamin through exposure to sunlight? 
(A) Vitamin A (B) Vitamin D 
(C) Vitamin E (D) Vitamin K (Ans : B)

18. Who was awarded the Best Actress in the 61th National Film Awards? 
(A) Geetu Mohandas (B) Amruta Subhash 
(C) Geetanjali Thapa (D) Suhasini (Ans : C)

19. In which state is the Chilka lake? 
(A) Odisha (B) Andhra Pradesh 
(C) Arunachal Pradesh (D) Rajasthan (Ans : A)

20. What is the maximum (sanctioned) strength of Supreme Court including the Chief Justice of India? 
(A) 14 (B) 18 (C) 31 (D) no limit (Ans : C)

21. What is the chemical name for baking soda ? 
(A) Potassium Nitrate (B) Sodium chloride 
(C) Sodium Bicarbonate (D) Potassium chloride (Ans : C)

22. Which of the following is not a browser? 
(A) Android (B) Firefox 
(C) Chrome (D) Safari (Ans : A)

23. Which metal is common to the alloys brass, bronze and gun-metal? 
(A) Zinc (B) Tin (C) Aluminium (D) Copper (Ans : D)

24. Silvassa is the capital of– 
(A) Oaman and Oiu (B) Oadra and Nagar Haveli 
(C) Lakshadweep (D) Andaman and Nicobar (Ans : B)

25. In which year did nationalization of banks start in India? 
(A) 1966 (B) 1969 (C) 1975 (D) 1980 (Ans : B)

Bihar SSC Graduate Level Preliminary Exam General Knowledge Solved Paper (Exam Held on 16-2-2015)

1. The green pigment found in plants that perform photosynthesis is– 
(A) Chlorophyll (B) Chloroplast (C) Chloroform (D) None of the above (Ans : A)

2. ‘Silent Valley’ is in– 
(A) Tamil Nadu (B) Goa (C) Jammu and Kashmir (D) Kerala (Ans : D)

3. On which river is Goa located? 
(A) Narmada (B) Mandovi (C) Tapi (D) Pennar (Ans : B)

4. Xerophthalmia in human beings is caused due to deficiency of– 
(A) Vitamin-K (B) Vitamin-D (C) Vitamin-A (D) Vitamin-C (Ans : C)

5. Protein-Energy Malnutrition causes– 
(A) Marasmus (B) Rickets (C) Beri-beri (D) Pellagra (Ans : A)

6. At which of the following locations the value of ‘g’ is the largest? 
(A) On top of Mount Everest (B) On top of Qutub Minar 
(C) At a place on Equator (D) A camp site in Antarctica (Ans : D)

7. Malfunction of which organ causes diabetes? 
(A) Liver (B) Pancreas (C) Kidney (D) Heart (Ans : B)

8. EBOLA is a– 
(A) Virus (B) Bacteria (C) Protozoa (D) Fungi (Ans : A)

9. Goitre is caused due to deficiency of Iodine. It is prevalent in– 
(A) Coastal areas (B) Hilly areas (C) Desert areas (D) None of the above (Ans : B)

10. Vitamin-A is mainly stored in– 
(A) Lungs (B) Kidney (C) Breast (D) Liver (Ans : D)

11. Female Culex mosquito is vector of– 
(A) Malaria (B) Filariasis (C) Ring-worm (D) None of the above (Ans : B)

12. Isobars are lines displaying areas of equal– 
(A) humidity (B) temperature (C) rainfall (D) atmospheric pressure (Ans : D)

13. Which of the Rivers mentioned below flows into Rann of Kutchch? 
(A) Sabarmati (B) Luni (C) Betwa (D) None of the above (Ans : B)

14. Thyroid gland is situated in our– 
(A) liver (B) neck (C) arm-pits (D) None of the above (Ans : B)

15. What is the chemical name of the common salt? 
(A) Calcium Carbonate (B) Sodium Carbonate 
(C) Sodium Chloride (D) None of the above (Ans : C)

16. The colour of stars depends upon their– 
(A) Temperature (B) Pressure 
(C) Age (D) Distance from Solar System (Ans : A)

17. Dr. Norman E. Borlaug belonged to– 
(A) Spain (B) Mexico (C) America (D) Austria (Ans : C)

18. Iodine test is used to detect– 
(A) Cholesterol (B) Fat (C) Protein (D) Carbohydrate (Ans : D)

19. Which Article of Indian Constitution abolishes untouchability? 
(A) Article-14 (B) Article-15 (C) Article-17 (D) Article-18 (Ans : C)

20. The chemical name of Plaster of Paris is– 
(A) Calcium Chloride (B) Calcium Nitrate 
(C) Calcium Sulphate Hydrate (D) None of the above (Ans : C)

21. Among the breeds of cows mentioned below which one is not indigenous? 
(A) Holstein-Friesian (B) Gir (C) Red-Sindhi (D) Tharparkar (Ans : A)

22. Under Bihar Panchayati Raj Act every Gram Panchayat has a life of five years. It is calculated from– 
(A) the date of notification of election (B) the date of first meeting 
(C) the date of result of panchayat election (D) None of the above (Ans : C)

23. In the context of Rajya ‘Sabha which one of the following statements is true? 
(A) Council of Ministers is responsible to Rajya Sabha. 
(B) Confidence vote can be introduced in Rajya Sabha also. 
(C) Parliament can enact laws for the State List subject if Rajya Sabha with two third majority approves that a subject pertaining to State List has gained national importance. 
(D) Money bill can be introduced in Rajya Sabha. (Ans : C)

24. From the following statements identify the incorrect statement pertaining to national symbols– 
(A) Ratio of width of national flag of India to its length is two to three. 
(B) The wheel in the national flag has 24 spokes. 
(C) State emblem is an adaptation from the Lauria Nandangarh Lion Capital. 
(D) Playing time of full version of national anthem is 52 seconds. (Ans : C)

25. In an election to the Lok Sabha or State Legislative Assembly a candidate will lose his deposit if he fails to secure– 
(A) 1/5th of total valid votes (B) 1/7th of total valid votes
(C) 1/6th of total valid votes (D) None of the above (Ans : C)

26. First Convention of Indian National Congress was held in December 1885 at– 
(A) Calcutta (B) Bombay (C) Lahore (D) Madras (Ans : B)

27. A party claims status of opposition party in Lok Sabha. It should have at least member of Parliament in Lok Sabha– 
(A) 55 (B) 65 (C) 40 (D) 100 (Ans : A)

28. Under Bihar Panchayati Raj Act, a member of Gram Panchayat may resign his membership in writing under his hand addressed to Mukhiya. After submission in how many days the resignation will become effective? 
(A) 7 days (B) 15 days (C) 21 days (D) 28 days excluding Sundays (Ans : A)

29. Post independence first General Elections in India was held in the year– 
(A) 1947 (B) 1948 (C) 1952 (D) 1956 (Ans : C)

30. Expenses of NREGS Programme is shared by Central Government and State Government in the ratio of– 
(A) 90 : 10 (B) 50 : 50 (C) 75 : 25 (D) None of the above (Ans : A)

31. Which of the five year plans mentioned below was badly hit by drought and two wars? 
(A) First Five Year Plan (B) Third Five Year Plan 
(C) Fifth Five Year Plan (D) Sixth Five Year Plan (Ans : B)

32. Who founded Kisan Sabha in Bihar? 
(A) Dr. Rajendra Prasad (B) Sahajanand Saraswati 
(C) Jay Prakash Narayan (D) Swami Agnivesh (Ans : B)

33. Nil Darpan, published in 1860 pot-rays the plight of indigo cultivators. Who wrote Nil Darpan ? 
(A) Michael Madhusudan Dutt (B) James Long 
(C) Dinbandhu Mitra (D) Bankim Chandra (Ans : C)

34. Among the committees mentioned below, which committee is related to Panchayati Raj ? 
(A) Balwant Rai Mehta Committee (B) Shah Commission 
(C) M. C. Joshi Committee (D) Justice (Retd.) Mukul Mudgal Committee (Ans : A)

35. Crux of Community Development Programme was– 
(A) Construction of roads (B) Family Planning 
(C) Peoples participation (D) Irrigation (Ans : C)

36. Dronacharya Award is given in– 
(A) Literature (B) Peace (C) Sports Coaching (D) Bravery (Ans : C)

37. National Sports Day is celebrated on 29th August, which is related to– 
(A) Dhyan Chand (B) Milkha Singh (C) Daleep Singh (D) C. K. Nayadu (Ans : A)

38. Magsaysay Award is given after Ramon Magsaysay. He was President of which nation ? 
(A) Myanmar (B) Malaysia (C) Philippines (D) Sweden (Ans : C)

39. XXII Winter Olympic Games were organized in which country ? 
(A) Russia (B) South Korea (C) United Kingdom (D) Switzerland (Ans : A)

40. Sahara Desert is situated in– 
(A) Asia (B) Europe (C) Africa (D) Australia (Ans : C)

41. Durand Cup is associated with– 
(A) Tennis (B) Soccer (C) Hockey (D) None of the above (Ans : B)

42. Who won the Nobel Prize for Peace for the year 2014 ? 
(A) Barack Obama (B) Ban Ki Moon 
(C) Malala Yusufzai and Kailash Satyarthi (D) European Union (Ans : C)

43. ‘Bihu’ is a folk dance of– 
(A) Assam (B) Odisa (C) West Bengal (D) Tripura (Ans : A)

44. Capital of Peru is– 
(A) La Paz (B) Quito (C) Lima (D) Bogota (Ans : C)

45. Chernobyl Nuclear Plant, now decommissioned is in– 
(A) Russia (B) Ukraine (C) Belarus (D) Georgia (Ans : B)

46. What is the currency of Japan? 
(A) Dirham (B) Kroner (C) Yuan (D) Yen (Ans : D)

47. Which of the cyclones did not touch the Eastern Coast of India? 
(A) Nilofar (B) Hud Hud (C) Lehar (D) Helen (Ans : A)

48. Who wrote the book ‘Train to Pakistan’ ? 
(A) Mulk Raj Anand (B) Shobha Singh 
(C) Ruskin Bond (D) Khuswant Singh (Ans : D)

49. Who is the author of the book “Wings of Fire” ? 
(A) Abul Kalam Azad (B) Abdul Kalam 
(C) Arundhati Roy (D) Chetan Bhagat (Ans : A)

50. ‘The Discovery of India’ was written in Ahmadnagar Fort during imprisonment. Who wrote ‘The Discovery of India’ ? 
(A) Swami Vivekanand (B) Mahatma Gandhi 
(C) Subhash Chandra Bose (D) Jawahar Lal Nehru (Ans : D)

51. Which country is known as Sugar Bowl of the World? 
(A) Cuba (B) India (C) Brazil (D) U.S.A. (Ans : A)

52. Water attains maximum density at– 
(A) 0°C (B) 4°F (C) 4K (D) 4°C (Ans : D)

53. In which year United Nations Organization was formed ? 
(A) 1945 (B) 1947 (C) 1954 (D) 1919 (Ans : A)

54. Who was the Viceroy of India on the eve of Indian Independence? 
(A) Lord Wave II (B) Lord Curzon (C) Lord Mountbatten (D) C. Raj Gopalachari (Ans : C)

55. Which ICS Officer was associated with the formation of Indian National Congress in 1885 ? 
(A) Macauley (B) Lord Simon (C) Lord Irwin (D) A. D. Hume (Ans : D)

56. New capital of Myanmar is– 
(A) Yangon (B) Mandalay (C) Naypyidaw (D) Kachin (Ans : C)

57. Who wrote the novel ‘Tamas’ ? 
(A) Bhisma Sahani (B) Balraj Sahani (C) Prem Chand (D) Amrita Pritam (Ans : A)

58. Which team won the Ranji Tropy for the year 2013-14 ? 
(A) Maharashtra (B) Railway (C) Karnataka (D) Punjab (Ans : A)

59. Who was the Prime Minister of Britain at the time of Indian Independence? 
(A) Harold Wilson (B) Winston Churchill 
(C) Clement Attlee (D) Macmillan (Ans : C)

60. Who is the current Governor of Reserve Bank of India? 
(A) Bimal Jalan (B) U.K. Sinha (C) Raghu Ram Rajan (D) Nandan Nilkeni (Ans : C)

61. Who is the current Chairperson of National Commission for Women of India? 
(A) Mamata Sharma (B) Lalitha Kumaramangalam 
(C) Girija Vyas (D) Krishna Tirath (Ans : B)

62. When was Panchsheel Treaty signed between India and China? 
(A) 1949 (B) 1962 (C) 1954 (D) None of the above (Ans : C)

63. Who is the father of Green Revolution in India? 
(A) Prakash Singh Kairon (B) A.P.J. Abdul Kalam 
(C) M.S. Swaminathan (D) None of the above (Ans : C)

64. Aung San Suu Kyi leader of NLO belongs to which country ? 
(A) South Korea (B) Sri Lanka (C) Thailand (D) Myanmar (Ans : D)

65. When was Poona Pact signed between Mahatma Gandhi and Baba Saheb Ambedkar ? 
(A) 1919 (B) 1932 (C) 1937 (D) 1935 (Ans : B)

66. Gir forests are famous for lions. They are located in– 
(A) Jharkhand (B) Chhattisgarh (C) Gujarat (D) Assam (Ans : C)

67. Famous painter Raja Ravi Verma belonged to the court of– 
(A) Mysore (B) Travancore (C) Coorg (D) Cooch Behar (Ans : B)

68. Which river flowing in Bihar originates at Amarkantaka ? 
(A) Koyal (B) Sone (C) Pun Pun (D) Karo (Ans : B)

69. Who among the following studied in the University of Nalanda ? 
(A) Megasthanese (B) Hiuen Tsang (C) Ibn Batuta (D) Al-Baruni (Ans : B)

70. When was the resolution of ‘Poorna Swaraj’ passed by the Congress? 
(A) 26th February, 1930 Karachi (B) 26th January, 1930 Lahore 
(C) 26th November, 1931 Calcutta (D) 26th January, 1930 Bombay (Ans : B)

First in India Female Personalities

● Prime-Minister—Indira Gandhi 
● Woman (India and World) who crossed English Channel through Swimming—Arti Shah 
● Governor—Sarojini Naidu (U. P.) 
● I. P. S.—Kiran Bedi ● President of National Congress—Anne Besant 
● Chairman of the Union Public Service Commission—Rose-William Baithu 
● Winner of Nobel Prize—Mother Teresa (for peace) 
● Awardee of Miss World—Reeta Farhia 
● Awardee of Miss Universe—Sushmita Sen 
● Mayer—Tara Charian (Madras-1957) 
● Minister in Central Cabinet—Rajkumari Amrit Kaur 
● Chief Minister—Sucheta Kriplani 
● Parliamentrian—Radhabai Subbarayan (1938) 
● Judge of Supreme Court—Justice Meera Sahaib Fatima Bibi 
● Chief Justice of High Court—Justice Leela Seth (Himachal Pradesh) 
● Session Judge of the Counting—Anna Chandi (Kerala) 
● Mountaineer who climbed (Conquered) the Mt. Everest—Bacchendri Pal 
● Awardee of Norman Barlog Prize—Dr. Amrita Patil 
● Literature who was awarded the Sahitya Akademi award—Amrita Pritam (1956) 
● Honoured with ‘Bharat Ratna’—Indira Gandhi 
● Awardee of Lenin peace award—Aruna Asaf Ali 
● Awardee of Jananpith Purshkar—Asha Purna Devi (1976) 
● Woman who reached ‘Antarctica’—Mahel Musa (1977) 
● Woman who reached the North Pole—Pritisu Gupta (1993) 
● Woman who travelled All round the world—Ujjawala Patil (1988) by Boat 
● Chief Engineer—P. K. Tresia Naguli 
● Pilot—Flying Officer Sushma Mukhopaddhyaya 
● Air Lines Pilot—Capt. Durga Banerjee 
● Commander of Boeing 737 Plane—Capt. Saudamini Deshmukh 
● Paratrooper of Indian Air Force—Geeta Ghosh 
● I. A. S.—Auna George Malhotra 
● First television news broadcaster—Pratima Puri 
● Participated in mustic programme of U.N.O.—M. S. Subbuluxmi (1966) 
● Woman participated in Olympic games—Meri Lila Row (1952) 
● Woman who won the medal in Olympic games—Malleshwari (weight lifting—Sydney) 
● Woman who won the Gold Medal in Asian games—Kamaljeet Sidhu (1970, 400 metre) 
● Woman who won the medal in Commonwealth games—Anil Ghiya and Kawal Thakur Singh (woman Doubles Badminton, 1978) ● Medal winner in International Athletic Championship—Anju B. George (2003 Paris) 
● Grandmaster winner in Chess—Bhagiya Sri Thispey (1988) 
● One hundred wicket taker in International Cricket—Indulgi (1986) 
● Awardee of Arjun Purskar—N. Lamsden (Hockey, 1961) 
● Woman who made hat-trick in football—Youlandade-Suza (1978) 
● Awardee of Ashok Chakra—Neerja Bhanot (Posthumously) 
● Awardee of Sena Medal—Vimla Devi (1988) 
● Degree of graduation—Kadambni Ganguly (Bose) and Chandramukhi Bose (Kolkata University, 1883) 
● Awardee of B. E. degree—Ella-Majumdar (1951) 
● M.B.B.S. Degree awardee—Vidhumuti Bose and Virginia Mitter (Kolkata Medical College) 
● First Surgeon—Dr. Prema Mukherjee 
● Deputy Governor of Reserve Bank—K. J. Udesi (2003) 
● Chairman of NABARD—Ranjana Kumar 
● D. I. G. (Police)—Kanchan Chaudhry Bhattacharya 
● Lieutenant General—Punita Arora 
● Chairman of Indian Air lines—Shushma Chawla 
● Barrister—Cornonia Sorabji (Allahabad High Court-1923) 
● Advocate—Regina Guha 
● Ambassador—Vijayalaxmi Pandit (U.S.S.R.-1947) 
● Woman who crossed over Gibralter Strait by Swimming—Arati Pradhan 
● World Record in Powerlifting—Sumita Laha (1989) 
● Represented the nation in all three games (Cricket, Hockey and Basketball)—Shrin Khushro Kiyasa 
● First Commercial test Pilot of the world—Capt. Surun Darsi and Capt. Rose Lopar 
● Pilot of Indian Air Force—Harita Daoel 
● Twice scaled the Mt. Everest—Santosh Yadav 
● Ramon Magsaysay Prize awardee—Kiran Bedi 
● Heroin awarded Dada Sahaib Phalke Prize—Devika Rani Rorik 
● Youngest woman who scaled the Mt. Everest twice—Decky Dolma 
● Scientist who was awarded Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar award—Ashima Chatterjee 
● Foreign Secretary—Chokila Ayyar 
● First Chief Secretary of the Country—Nirmla Buch 
● First Space traveller—Kalpana Chawla 
● Joint Director of C.B.I.—Archana Sunder Lingam 
● Winner of Murti Devi Prize—Pratibha Rai 
● Woman Contested the Presidential election—Capt. Laxmi Sahgal 
● Air Vice-Marshal and Air-Marshal in Indian Air Force—P. Bondyopaddhyay 
● Non-military Police Advisor in U.N.O.—Kiran Bedi 
● Revenue Secretary—Vinita Rai 
● Referee in Boxing—Rajia Sabnam 
● First woman of Indian origin who stayed for the longest time in space—Sunita William 

Sunday, April 26, 2015


1. Which of the following is not a part of India's Money Market ? 
(A) Bill Markets (B) Call Money Market (C) Banks (D) Indian Gold Council (Ans : D)

2. Which of the following States introduced a high-tech foodgrain rationing system to ensure timely supply of the foodgrains to people living below poverty line ? 
(A) Maharashtra (B) Tamil Nadu (C) Delhi (D) Karnataka (Ans : D)

3. Barack Hussain Obama belongs to which of the following political parties ? 
(A) Republican (B) Democratic (C) Labour 
(D) American National Congress (Ans : B)

4. Which of the following State Governments had announced that it would provide a special package of incentives to Employment Intensive Industries? 
(A) Punjab (B) Karna taka (C) Bihar
(D) Uttar Pradesh (Ans : C)

5. Who amongst the following is the author of the book “The Exile” ? 
(A) B. G. Verghese (B) Philip Roth (C) Aravind Adiga 
(D) Navtej Saran (Ans : D)

6. Which of the following is not a fertilizer product ? 
(A) Urea (B) Murate of Potash (C) Di Ammonium Phosphate 
(D) Calcium Carbonate (Ans : D)

7. Which of the following programmes is being implemented in all the districts of the country ? 
(A) Sarva Siksha Abhiyan (B) Navodaya Vidyalay (C) Ultra Mega Power Project 
(D) None of 'these (Ans : D)

8. The Government of India decided to provide a bonus price of Rs. 50 per quintal on which of the following products over and above its minimum support price of Rs. 850 per quintal? 
(A) Wheat (B) Paddy (C) Sugarcane 
(D) Cotton (Ans : B)

9. Which of the following services is not provided by the post offices in India? 
(A) Savings Bank Scheme (B) Retailing of Mutual Funds (C) Sale of Stamp Papers (Judicial) 
(D) Issuance of Demand Drafts (Ans : B)

10. Which of the following diseases is not covered under Integrated Disease Surveillance project ? 
(A) Cholera (B) Tuberculosis (C) AIDS 
(D) Polio (Ans : A)

11. Who amongst the following is the author of the book “The Namesake” ? 
(A) Vikram Seth (B) V. S. Naipaul (C) Arun Bhagat 
(D) Jhumpa Lahiri (Ans : D)

12. Dronacharya Award is given for excellence in– 
(A) Literary work (B) Social service (C) Coaching in sports 
(D) Journalism (Ans : C)

13. India's Space Rocket Launching Centre is in– 
(A) Port Blair (B) Hassan (C) Tirupati 
(D) Sriharikota (Ans : D)

14. Besides USA, India has signed Nuclear Agreement with which of the following countries and is named as “Cooperation Agreement for Peaceful Uses, of Nuclear Energy” ? 
(A) Italy (B) Germany (C) France 
(D) Canada (Ans : C)

15. 'Merdeka Cup' is associated with the game of– 
(A) Badminton (B) Football (C) Hockey 
(D) Golf (Ans : B)

16. World Ozone Day is observed on– 
(A) 16th September (B) 16th October (C) 16th November 
(D) 26th September (Ans : A)

17. Which of the following is not a Government-sponsored organisation? 
(A) Small Industries Development Bank of India (B) NABARD 
(C) National Housing Bank (D) ICICI Bank 
(Ans : D)

18. Who amongst the following is the author of the novel “The White Tiger” ? 
(A) Jhumpa Lahiri (B) Steve Waugh (C) Aravind Adiga 
(D) Paul Krugman (Ans : C)

19. Which of the following is the correct description of the Capital Market? Capital Market comprises 
(A) Stock Markets and Bond Markets (B) Banks and Insurance Companies 
(C) RBI and Nationalised Banks (D) Stock Markets and Banks 
(Ans : A)

20. Which of the following organisations has provided a USS 150 million loan to overhaul the Khadi and Village Industry in India? 
(A) World Bank (B) International Monetary Fund (C) Asian Development Bank 
(D) European Union (Ans : C)

21. Which of the following countries is not the member of IBSA ? 
(A) India (B) Bangladesh (C) South Africa 
(D) Brazil (Ans : B)

22. Which of the followings countries is not the member of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) ? 
(A) Russia (B) USA (C) France 
(D) Iran (Ans : D)

23. Which of the following terms is used in the game of Lawn Tennis? 
(A) Double Fault (B) Half Nelson (C) Cox 
(D) Crease (Ans : A)

24. Who amongst the following was the first Prime Minister of Nepal after it had got the status of the democratic republic nation? 
(A) Ram Baran Yadav (B) Subhash Nembang 
(C) G. P. Koirala (D) Pushpa Kamal Dahal (prachanda) 
(Ans : D)

25. 'Agha Khan Cup' is associated with the game of– 
(A) Cricket (B) Football (C) Lawn Tennis 
(D) Hockey (Ans : D)

26. Which of the following organisations was specially established to operate in Gramin areas by design itself? 
(A) Commercial Banks (B) Central Financial Institutes (C) Private Banks 
(D) Regional Rural Banks (Ans : D)

27. Who amongst the following is the author of the book (novel) “Infinite Jest? 
(A) Quentin Bryce (B) Aravind Adiga (C) Paul Newman 
(D) David Foster Wallace (Ans : D)

28. India has purchased Harpoon II Missiles from which of the following countries? 
(A) Italy (B) China (C) France 
(D) USA (Ans : D)

29. Which of the following is not one of the Millennium Goals set by U.N.O. ? 
(A) Achieve Universal Primary Education (B) Improve Computer Literacy 
(C) Combat HIV / AIDS (D) Environmental sustainability (Ans : B)

30. Which of the following States introduced “One Kg. Rice for Rupee One” scheme, the first of its kind in the country? 
(A) West Bengal (B) Odisha (C) Bihar 
(D) Tamil Nadu (Ans : D)

Monday, April 20, 2015

Famous Books and Authors

Books — Authors
• Accident — Daniel Steel
• Ain-e-Akbari — Abul Fazal
• A Simple Path — Lucinda Ward
• A Mountain of Happiness — D. K. Khullar
• A Moment in Time — Alka Raghuvanshi
• Abhijnan Shakuntalam — Kalidas
• Azhar (Life) — Harsha Bhogle
• Agni Veena — Kazi Nazurul Islam
• Anna Karennina — Tolstoy
• August Coup, The —Mikhail S. Gorbachov
• Anand Math, Kapal Kundla, Durgesh Nandini— Bankim Chandra Chatterjee
• A Pair of Blue Eyes — Thomas Hardy
• Bhagwad Gita, Mahabhrat —Veda Vyas
• Bliss was it in that Dawn — Minoo Masani
• Blood Bath in Bangladesh — Prabodh Chandra
• Blood Brothers —M. J. Akbar
• Bihari Satsai — Bihari
• Bharat Bharati — Maithili Saran Gupta
• Charitraheen — Sarat Chandra Chatterjee
• Chittirappavai — P. V. Akaliandan
• Conservationist, The — Nadine Gordimer
• Cosmic Reality — Lajja Ram
• Divine Comedy — Dante
• Discovery of India, Glimpses of World History — Jawahar Lal Nehru
• Death of a city — Amrita Pritam
• Decline and Fall of Roman Empire — Gibbon
• Das Capital — Karl Marx
• Descendant of Man — Charles Darwin
• Desparate Major — David Sorel
• Death, The Supreme Friend — Kaka Saheb Kalelkar
• Experiments with Untruth — Michael Aenderson
• Economic Planning of India — Ashoka Mehta
• Eternal India — Mrs. Indira Gandhi
• End of an Era, The — C. S. Pandit
• Famished Road — Ben Okri
• Final Exit — Derek Humphry
• From the Himalayas — Ruskin Bond
• Forty years after Forgive me Amma —Sundeep Mishra
• Independence — S. K. Banerjee
• Freedom from Fear — Aung San Suu Kyi
• Glimpses of World History — Jawahar Lal Nehru
• Gandhi to Gandhi : Private Faces of Public Figures — Ansar Harvana
• Gitanjali —Rabindra Nath Tagore Good Earth, House Divided — Pearl Buck
• Golden Threshold, Broken wing — Sarojini Naidu
• Goddan, Rang Bhumi, Kaya Kalp — Prem Chand
• Gulag Archipelago — Alexander Solzhenitsyn
• Gurusangaran — O. P. Vijayan
• Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix — J. K. Rowling
• Harsha Charit — Bana Bhatta
• Hindu view of Life —Dr. S. Radhakrishnan
• Higher than Hope — Fatima Meer
• Hitlist in Hindi —Ravindra Rajhans
• History of Western Philosophy —B. Russel
• Human Knowledge —B. Russel
• Identity and Violence : The Illusion of Destiny —Prof. Amartya Sen
• Impossible Allies —C. Raja Mohan
• India Wins Freedom —Abul Kalam Azad
• Indian Philosophy —Dr. S. Radhakrishnan
• Indian War of Independence —V. D. Savarkar
• Kamayani, Prem Pathic, Ajatshatru —Jai Shanker Prasad
• Life Divine —Sri Aurobindo
• Lenin in Zurich —Alexander Solzhenitsyn
• Last Days of Netaji —G. D. Khosla
• Les Miserables —Victor Hugo
• Literary Theory and Criticism in Theory and Practice in English —Ravindra Rajhans
• Living History — Hillary Clinton
• Mahabharat —Veda Vyas
• Maximum City —Suketu Mehta
• Meghdoot, Shakuntla, Kumarshambhava, Reghuvansha —Kalidas
• Mein Kempf —Hitler
• My Childhood Day —Tasleema Nasreen
• My Experiments With Truth —Mahatma Gandhi
• My Own Boswell —M. Hidayatullah
• Murder in the Cathedral Waste Land —Eliot, T. S.
• Mrityunjaya —Birendra Kumar Bhattacharya
• Naganand —King Shri Harsha
• Neeti Shatak —Bharthari
• Odyssey, Illiad —Homer
• Origin of Species —Charles Darwin
• Oil —Jack Anderson
• Panchtantra —Vishnu Sharma
• Political Economy of India —Chandra Shekhar
• Rajtarangini —Kalhana
• Ramayana —Valmiki (in Sanskrit)
• Ram Charit Manas, Vinay Patrika —Tulsi Das
• Red —Irvin Allan Sealy
• Satanic Verses —Salman Rushdie
• Shah Nama —Firdausi
• Social Contract —Rousseau
• Speaker’s Diary — Manohar Joshi
• The Coolie, The Golden Breath —Mulkraj Anand
• Tale of Two Cities —Charles Dickens
• The Light that Failed —Rudyard Kipling
• The God of Small Things —Arundhati Roy
• The Greater Common Good —Arundhati Roy
• The Tin Drum —Guenter Grass
• The Kite Runner A Thousand Splendid Suns —Khaled Hosseini
• Utopia —Sir Thomas More
• War and Peace —Tolstoy
• Wake up India —Annie Besant
• Yayati —V. S. Khandekar
• A New World —Amit Chaudhari
• Interpreter of Maladies —Jhumpa Lahiri
• Satwan Lok —P. L. Gautam
• District Diary —Jaswant Singh
• Bradman’s Best —Rolland Perry
• How I Play Golf —Tiger Woods
• Ignited Minds — Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
• Life of Pi — Yann Martel
• Two Lives —Vikram Seth
• The Namesake —Jhumpa Lahiri
• Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix —J. K. Rowling
• India First — K. R. Malkani
• My Life — Bill Clinton
• Straight From Heart — Kapil Deo
• The Hungary Tide — Amitav Ghosh
• The Piano Teacher — Elfriede Jelinek
• Magic Seeds — V.S. Naipaul
• Harry Potter and the Half–Blood Prince — J. K. Rowling
• Guiding Souls : Dialogues on The Purpose of Life — Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
• Spouse : The Truth About Marriage — Shobha De
• Small Island — Andrea Levy
• The Future of India — Dr. Bimal Jalan
• The Argumentative Indian —Dr. Amartya Sen
• Mao, the Unknown Story —Jung Chang & Jon Holliday
• Shalimar, the Clown — Salman Rushdie
• The Sea — John Banville Out of My Comfort Zone : The Autobiography —Steve Waugh
• Touch Play —Dev Sukumar
• A Call To Honour : In Service of Emergent India — Jaswant Singh
• Falling Over Backward — Arun Shourie
• The Inheritance of Loss — Kiran Desai
• Sacred Games — Vikram Chandra
• One Day Cricket, The Indian Challenge —Ashish Rai
• The Exile Navtej Sarna I Witness : Partial Observations —Kapil Sibal
• The White Tiger —Aravind Adiga
• Wolf Hall —Hilary Mantel
• Dreams from my father —Barack Obama
• The Humbling —Philip Roth
• The Museum of Innocence —Orphan Pamuk
• Songs of Blood and Sword —Fatima Bhutto
• Keeping the Faith : Memoirs of a Parliamentarian —Somnath Chatterjee
• Vikas Ki Udan Abhi Baki Hai —Bhupinder Singh Hooda
• India-Pakistan–“Coming to Terms” —Ashutosh Mishra

Chhattisgarh Objective General Knowledge Questions

1. Who of the following was the first elected member of Chhattisgarh elected from the constituency of municipal councils of Nagpur and Chhattisgarh in the Legislative Assembly of the Central Provinces in 1913 ? 
(A) Shivdas Daga (B) Mahant Laxminarayandas (C) NathmalMunim (D) Shivprasad (Ans : C)

2. What is Kusiyaar in Chhattisgarhi ? 
(A) Paddy (B) Banana (C) Coconut (D) Sugarcane (Ans : D)

3. What is the percentage of irrigated area in Chhattisgarh State from all sources of irrigation ? 
(A) 12 per cent (B) 16 per cent (C) 15 per cent (D) 13 per cent (Ans : A)

4. Which of the following is known as the energy capital of Chhattisgarh State? 
(A) Bhilai (B) Sarguja (C) Raipur (D) Korba (Ans : D)

5. For whom the Chhattisgarh Soochana Shakit Yojana is running by the Chhattisgarh Govt. ? 
(A) This scheme is for S. T. Girls (B) This scheme is for the BPL family girls 
(C) This scheme is for all girls (D) This scheme is for S.C. girls (Ans : C)

6. How many districts border are there in Raipur district? 
(A) 5 (B) 4 (C) 6 (D) 7 (Ans : C)

7. The right order of pats from East to West in Chhatisgarh is– 
(A) Jamira pat, Jarang pat, Jashpur pat, Main pat (B) Jarang pat, Jashpur pat, Jamira pat, Main pat 
(C) Jashpur pat, Jarang pat, Main pat, Jarnira pat (D) Jashpur pat, Jarang pat, Jamira pat, Main pat (Ans : E)

8. What is the female literacy rate in Chhattisgarh according to Census of 2011 ? 
(A) 56.32% (B) 59.58% (C) 62.27% (D) 64.73% (Ans : B)

9. Which district of Chhattisgarh ranks first in the literacy according to Census of 2011 ? 
(A) Raipur (B) Bilaspur (C) Durg (D) Korba (Ans : C)

10. Which district is having highest Human Development Index (HDI) value in Chhattisgarh ? 
(A) Raipur (B) Korba (C) Durg (D) Bilaspur (Ans : B)

11. What was the education dimension sub-index of Chhattisgarh as per UNDP Inequality Adjusted Human Development Index 2011 ? 
(A) 0.192 (B) 0.258 (C) 0.187 (D) 0.202 (Ans : D)

12. What is the area under Bamboo forest in Chhattisgarh ? 
(A) 5553 sq. kilometer (B) 6556 sq. kilometer (C) 2500 sq. kilometer (D) 6914 sq. kilometer (Ans : B)

13. What is the number of land holdings in Chhattisgarh ? 
(A) 34.61 lakh (B) 52.10 lakh (C) 41.51 lakh (D) 29.87 lakh (Ans : A)

14. The Chief Administrative Officer of Chhattisgarh State administrative services is– 
(A) Principal Secretary (B) Chief Secretary (C) Home Secretary (D) Vidhan Sabha Secretary (Ans : B)

15. Under whom the Director General of Police of Chhattisgarh works ? 
(A) Home Secretary (B) Under Secretary (C) Inspector General of Police (D) Joint Secretary (Ans : A)

16. At which of the following place in Chhattisgarh there is a mechanized underground coal mine? 
(A) Sohagpur (B) Manikpur (C) Chirimiri (D) Korba (Ans : A)

17. Which one of the following is the first established cement factory in Chhattisgarh ? 
(A) Jamul Cement Factory (B) Century Cement Factory 
(C) Modi Cement Factory (D) Raymond Cement Factory (Ans : A)

18. Who of the Maratha ruler of Chhattisgarh, introduced the ‘Suba’ system? 
(A) Birnbaji (B) Chirnnaji (C) Vyankoji (D) Parsoji (Ans : C)

19. Who was not appointed as Superintendent of Chhattisgarh during the period of British Protectorate on Bhosla Kingdom? 
(A) Captain Edmund (B) Major P. Vans Agnew (C) Captain Hunter (D) Captain Elliot (Ans : D)

20. Where is the main seat of followers of Kabirpanth situated in Chhattisgarh ? 
(A) Rajim (B) Kudurmal (C) Kawardha (D) Damakheda (Ans : D)

21. To which the traditional Chhattisgarhi song’ Aa ho debi ganga’ is related? 
(A) Bhojali (B) Marriage (C) Jasgeet (D) Baansgeet (Ans : A)

22. Who is the writer and director of Chhattisgarhi ,play ‘Raja Foklawa’ ? 
(A) Habib Tanveer (B) Rakesh Tiwari (C) Mirza Masood (D) Subhash Mishra (Ans : B)

23. Who is the first Grammar writer of Chhattisgarhi ? 
(A) Dr. Baldev Prasad Mishra (B) Padumlal Punnalal Bakshi 
(C) Hiralal Kavyopadhyay (D) Dr. Hiralal Shukla (Ans : C)

24. Which Chhattisgarhi writer is related to Chhayavad of Hindi Literature? 
(A) Makhanlal Chaturvedi (B) Dr. Paleshwar Sharma 
(C) Mukutdhar Pandey (D) Jagannath Prasad Bhanu  (Ans : C)

25. What is the number of State Universities in Chhattisgarh ? 
(A) 7 (B) 6 (C) 14 (D) None of the above (Ans : D)

26. What was the sanctioned admission capacity of Engineering-colleges in the year 2012-13 in Chhattisgarh ? 
(A) 27680 (B) 22770 (C) 16860 (D) 19590 (Ans : D)

27. Which of the following players from Chhattisgarh has performed captaincy of Indian Hockey team ? 
(A) Neha Bajaj (B) Tandra Roy Choudhary (C) Saba Anjum (D) Anjani Patel (Ans : C)

28. What is the percentage of Forest Area to total geographical area of Chhattisgarh ? 
(A) 43.85 per cent (B) 48.12 per cent (C) 49.67 per cent (D) 40.21 per cent (Ans : A)

29. Which of the following criteria is not compulsory for Chhattisgarh Chief Minister’s Children Heart Welfare Scheme? 
(A) Native of Chhattisgarh (B) Financial incompetence 
(C) Name in below poverty line (BPL) list (D) Institutions contractualised with Government (Ans : C)

30. In which year Rajkumar College was established in Chhattisgarh? 
(A) 1882 (B) 1894 (C) 1911 (D) 2000 (Ans : B)

31. What is the tollfree number for Sanjeevani facility in Chhattisgarh? 
(A) 100 (B) 108 (C) 1008 (D) 151 (Ans : B)

32. How many administrative divisions are there in Chhattisgarh ? 
(A) Three (B) Four (C) Five (D) Six (Ans : C)

33. During the Revolt of 1857 in Chhattisgarh, who defeated the Zamindar of Sonakhan, Narayan Singh? 
(A) Lieutenant Smith (B) Lieutenant Sanders (C) Captain Blunt (D) Captain Crawfurd (Ans : A)

34. Who of the following leader of Chhattisgarh was elected ‘dictator’ on 14 January, 1932 for the entire central provinces during the Civil Disobedience Movement? 
(A) Thakur Chhedilal (B) Ghanshyam Singh Gupta (C) Thakur Pyarelal Singh (D) Ravishankar Shukla (Ans : D)

35. Who of the following was / were the elected members of Swaraj Party from Chhattisgarh from 1924 to 1926 in the Legislattive Council of the Central Provinces? 
(A) E. Raghavendra Rao (B) Ravishankar Shukla (C) Ghanshyamsingh Gupta (D) All the above (Ans : D)

Friday, April 17, 2015

Headquarters of Nationalised & Public Sectors Bank in India

1. SBI ----Mumbai
2. State Bank of Bikaner and Jaipur -- Jaipur
3. State Bank of Travancore -- Thiruvananthapuram
4. State Bank of Mysore ---- Bangalore
5. State Bank of Patiala ---- Patiala
6. State Bank of Hyderabad --- Hyderabad
7. Union Bank of India ----- Mumbai
8. Bank of India ----- Mumbai
9. Central Bank of India ----- Mumbai
10. Dena Bank ------ Mumbai
11. IDBI Bank ----- Mumbai
12. Allahabad Bank ----- Kolkata
13. UCO Bank ----- Kolkata
14. United Bank of India ----- Kolkata
15. Punjab National Bank ----- New Delhi
16. Oriental Bank of Commerce ---- New Delhi
17. Punjab and Sind Bank --- New Delhi
18. Bhartiya Mahila Bank --- New Delhi
19. Canara Bank --- Bangalore
20. Vijaya Bank --- Bangalore
21. Indian Bank --- Chennai
22. Indian Overseas Bank--- Chennai
23. Bank of Baroda --- Vadodara
24. Syndicate Bank ---- Manipal(Karnataka)
25. Corporation Bank --- Mangalore
26. Andhra Bank --- Hyderabad
27. Bank of Maharashtra --- Pune

i.There are a total of 27 PSBs in India [21 Nationalised banks + 6 State bank group (SBI + 5 associates) ]
ii. At present there are 23 Private Banks functioning in India
iii. At present there are 56 RRBs (Regional Rural Banks ) functioning in India.
iv. At present there are 41 Foreign Banks functioning in India

Saturday, March 28, 2015

Man Booker Prize Winners Complete List (1969-2014)

2014 : Richard Flanagan, Australia (The Narrow Road to the Deep North - Historical Novel)
2013 : Eleanor Catton (Born-New Zealand), Canada (The Luminaries - Historical novel) 
2012 : Hilary Mantel, United Kingdom (Bring Up the Bodies - Historical novel) 
2011 : Julian Barnes, United Kingdom (The Sense of an Ending - Novel) 
2010 : Howard Jacobson, United Kingdom (The Finkler Question - Comic novel) 
2009 : Hilary Mantel, United Kingdom (Wolf Hall - Historical novel)
2008 : Aravind Adiga, India (The White Tiger - Novel)
2007 : Anne Enright, Ireland (The Gathering - Novel) 
2006 : Kiran Desai, India (The Inheritance of Loss - Novel)
2005 : John Banville, Ireland (The Sea - Novel) 
2004 : Alan Hollinghurst, United Kingdom (The Line of Beauty - Historical novel) 
2003 : DBC Pierre, Australia (Vernon God Little - Black comedy) 
2002 : Yann Martel, Canada (Life of Pi - Fantasy and adventure novel) 
2001 : Peter Carey, Australia (True History of the Kelly Gang - Historical novel) 
2000 : Margaret Atwood, Canada (The Blind Assassin - Historical novel) 
1999 : J. M. Coetzee, South Africa (Disgrace - Novel) 
1998 : Ian McEwan, United Kingdom (Amsterdam - Novel)
1997 : Arundhati Roy, India (The God of Small Things - Novel)
1996 : Graham Swift, United Kingdom (Last Orders - Novel)
1995 : Pat Barker, United Kingdom (The Ghost Road - War novel)
1994 : James Kelman, United Kingdom (How Late It Was, How Late - Stream of consciousness)
1993 : Roddy Doyle, Ireland (Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha - Novel)
1992 : Michael Ondaatje, Canada (The English Patient - Historiographic metafiction)
1992 : Barry Unsworth, United Kingdom (Sacred Hunger - Historical novel)
1991 : Ben Okri, Nigeria (The Famished Road - Magic realism)
1990 : A. S. Byatt, United Kingdom (Possession - Historical novel) 
1989 : Kazuo Ishiguro, United Kingdom (The Remains of the Day - Historical novel) 
1988 : Peter Carey, Australia (Oscar and Lucinda - Historical Novel)
1987 : Penelope Lively, United Kingdom (Moon Tiger - Novel) 
1986 : Kingsley Amis, United Kingdom (The Old Devils - Comic novel)
1985 : Keri Hulme, New Zealand (The Bone People - Mystery novel) 
1984 : Anita Brookner, United Kingdom (Hotel du Lac - Novel)
1983 : J. M. Coetzee, South Africa (Life and Times of Michael K- Novel) South Africa
1982 : Thomas Keneally, Australia (Schindler's Ark - Biographical novel) 
1981 : Salman Rushdie, United Kingdom (Midnight's Children - Magic realism)
1980 : William Golding, United Kingdom Rites of Passage - Novel)
1979 : Penelope Fitzgerald, United Kingdom (Offshore - Novel) 
1978 : Iris Murdoch (Born-United Kingdom), Ireland (The Sea, the Sea - Philosophical novel)
1977 : Paul Scott, United Kingdom (Staying On - Novel) 
1976 : David Storey, United Kingdom (Saville - Novel) 
1975 : Ruth Prawer Jhabvala (Born-Germany), United Kingdom (Heat and Dust - Historical novel)
1974 : Nadine Gordimer, South Africa (The Conservationist - Novel)
1974 : Stanley Middleton, United Kingdom (Holiday - Novel)
1973 : J. G. Farrell (Born-Ireland), United Kingdom (The Siege of Krishnapur - Novel)
1972 : John Berger, United Kingdom (G. - Experimental novel) 
1971 : V. S. Naipaul (Born- Trinidad and Tobago), United Kingdom (In a Free State - Short story)
1970 : J. G. Farrell(Born- Ireland), United Kingdom (Troubles - Novel) 
1970 : Bernice Rubens, United Kingdom (The Elected Member - Novel)
1969 : P. H. Newby, United Kingdom (Something to Answer For - Novel)

National Highways in India

The complete list of  National Highways in India

NH 1 (km. 456) – Delhi to Amritsar and Indo-Pak Border 
NH 1A (km. 663) – Jalandhar to Uri 
NH 1B (km. 274) – Batote to Khanbal 
NH 1C (km. 8) – Domel to Katra 
NH 1D (km. 422) – Srinagar to Kargil to Leh 
NH 2 (km. 1,465) – Delhi to Dankuni 
NH 2A (km. 25) – Sikandra to Bhognipur 
NH 2B (km. 52) – Bardhaman to Bolpur 
NH 3 (km. 1,161) – Agra to Mumbai 
NH 4 (km. 1,235) – Junction With NH3 near Thane to Chennai 
NH 4A (km. 153) – Belgaum to Panaji 
NH 4B (km. 27) – Nhava Sheva to Palaspe 
NH 5 (km. 1,533) – Junction with NH 6 near Baharagora to Chennai 
NH 5A (km. 77) – Junction with NH5 near Haridaspur to Paradip Port 
NH 6 (km. 1,949) – Hazira to Kolkata 
NH 7 (km. 2,369) – Varanasi to Kanyakumari 
NH 7A (km. 51) – Palayamkottai to Tuticorin Port 
NH 8 (km. 1,428) – Delhi to Mumbai 
NH 8A (km. 473) – Ahmedabad to Mandvi 
NH 8B (km. 206) – Bamanbore to porbunder 
NH 8C (km. 46) – Childo to Sarkhej 
NH 8D (km. 127) – Jetpur to Somnath 
NH 8E (km. 220) – Somnath to Bhavnagar 
NH NE 1 (km. 93) – Ahmedabad to Vadodara Expressway 
NH 9 (km. 841) – Pune to Machillipatnam 
NH 10 (km. 403) – Delhi to Fazilka and Indo-Pak Border 
NH 11 (km. 582) – Agra to Bikaner 
NH 11A (km. 145) – Manoharpur to Kothum 
NH 11B (km. 180) – Lalsot to Dholpur 
NH 12 (km. 890) – Jabalpur to Jaipur 
NH 12A (km. 333) – Jabalpur to Jhansi 
NH 13 (km. 691) – Solapur to Mangalore 
NH 14 (km. 450) – Beawar to Radhanpur 
NH 15 (km. 1,526) – Pathankot to Samakhiali 
NH 16 (km. 460) – Nizamabad to Jagdalpur 
NH 17 (km. 1,269) – Panvel to Chavakkad and North Paravur Junction with NH 47 near Edapally at Kochi 
NH 17A (km. 19) – Junction with NH 17 near Cortalim to Murmugao 
NH 17B (km. 40) – Ponda Verna to Vasco 
NH 18 (km. 369) – Junction with NH 7 near Kurnool and Nandyal to Cuddapah and Junction with NH 4 near Chittoor 
NH 18A (km. 50) – Puthalapattu to Tirupati 
NH 19 (km. 240) – Ghazipur to Patna 
NH 20 (km. 220) – Pathankot to Mandi 
NH 21 (km. 323) – Junction with NH 22 near Chandigarh to Manali 
NH 21A (km. 65) – Pinjore to Swarghat 
NH 22 (km. 459) – Ambala to Indo China Border near Shipkila 
NH 23 (km. 459) – Chas to Talcher and Junction with NH 42 
NH 24 (km. 438) – Delhi to Lucknow 
NH 24A (km. 17) – Bakshi Ka Talab to Chenhat (NH 28) 
NH 25 (km. 352) – Lucknow to Shivpuri 
NH 25A (km. 31) – 19 (NH 25) to Bakshi Ka Talab 
NH 26 (km. 396) – Jhansi to Lakhnadon 
NH 27 (km. 93) – Allahabad to Mangawan 
NH 28 (km. 570) – Junction with NH 31 Near Barauni and Muzaffarpur to Lucknow 
NH 28A (km. 68) – Junction With NH 28 near Pipra to Indo and Nepal Border 
NH 28B (km. 121) – Chhapra to Bagaha and Junction with 28A at Chapwa 
NH 28C (km. 184) – Barabanki to Indo and Nepal Border 
NH 29 (km. 196) – Gorakhpur to Varanasi 
NH 30 (km. 230) – Junction with NH 2 near Mohania and Patna to Bakhtiarpur 
NH 30A (km. 65) – Fatuha to Barh 
NH 31 (km. 1,125) – Junction with NH 2 near Barhi & Bakhtiarpur to Charali & Amingaon Junction with NH 37 
NH 31A (km. 92) – Sevok to Gangtok 
NH 31B (km. 19) – North Salmara to Junction with NH 37 near Jogighopa 
NH 31C (km. 235) – Near Galgalia to Sidili and Junction with NH 31 near Bijni 
NH 32 (km. 179) – Junction with NH 2 near Gobindpur and Dhanbad to Jamshedpur 
NH 33 (km. 352) – Junction with NH 2 near Barhi to Jamshedpur Junction with NH 6 near Baharagora 
NH 34 (km. 443) – Junction with NH 31 near Dalkhola and Baharampur to Dum Dum 
NH 35 (km. 61) – Barasat to Petrapole on India and Bangladesh border 
NH 36 (km. 170) – Nowgong to Dimapur (Manipur Road) 
NH 37 (km. 680) – Junction with NH 1B near Goalpara and Guwahati to Saikhoaghat 
NH 37A (km. 23) – Kuarital to Junction with NH 52 near Tezpur 
NH 38 (km. 54) – Makum to Lekhapani 
NH 39 (km. 436) – Numaligarh to Palel and Indo Burma Border 
NH 40 (km. 216) – Jorabat to Indo-Bangladesh Border near Dawki and Jowai 
NH 41 (km. 51) – Junction with NH 6 near Kolaghat to Haldia Port 
NH 42 (km. 261) – Junction with NH 6 Sambalpur Angual Junction with NH5 near Cuttack 
NH 43 (km. 551) – Raipur to Jagdalpur and Vizianagaram Junction with NH 5 near Natavalasa 
NH 44 (km. 630) – Shillong to Sabroom 
NH 44A (km. 230) – Aizawl to Manu 
NH 45 (km. 387) – Chennai to Theni 
NH 45A (km. 190) – Villupuram to Nagapattinam 
NH 45B (km. 257) – Trichy to Tuticorin 
NH 45C (km. 159) – The highway starting from its junction with NH 67 near Thanjavur and connecting Kumbakonam to Panruti and terminates near Vikravandi on NH to 45 
NH 46 (km. 132) – Krishnagiri to Ranipet 
NH 47 (km. 640) – Salem to Kanyakumari 
NH 47A (km. 6) – Junction with NH 47 at Kundanoor to Willington Island in Kochi 
NH 47C (km. 17) – Junction with NH 47 at Kalamassery to Vallarpadom ICTT in Kochi 
NH 48 (km. 328) – Bangalore to Magalore 
NH 49 (km. 440) – Kochi to Dhanushkodi 
NH 50 (km. 192) – Nasik to Junction with NH 4 near Pune 
NH 51 (km. 149) – Paikan to Dalu 
NH 52 (km. 850) – Baihata to Tezu and Sitapani Junction with NH 37 near Saikhoaghat 
NH 52A (km. 57) – Banderdewa to Gohpur 
NH 52B (km. 31) – Kulajan to Dibrugarh 
NH 53 (km. 320) – Junction with NH 44 near Badarpur and Jirighat to Imphal 
NH 54 (km. 850) – Dabaka to Tuipang 
NH 54A (km. 9) – Theriat to Lunglei 
NH 54B (km. 27) – Venus Saddle to Saiha 
NH 55 (km. 77) – Siliguri to Darjeeling 
NH 56 (km. 285) – Lucknow to Varanasi 
NH 56A (km. 13) – Chenhat (NH 28) to 16 (NH 56) 
NH 56B (km. 19) – 15 (NH 56) to 6 (NH 25) 
NH 57 (km. 310) – Muzaffarpur to Purnea 
NH 57A (km. 15) – Junction of NH 57 near Forbesganj to Jogbani 
NH 58 (km. 538) – Delhi to Mana Pass 
NH 59 (km. 350) – Ahmedabad to Indore 
NH 59A (km. 264) – Indore to Betul 
NH 60 (km. 446) – Balasore to Moregram (Junction at NH 34) 
NH 61 (km. 240) – Kohima to Jhanji 
NH 62 (km. 195) – Damra to Dalu 
NH 63 (km. 432) – Ankola to Gooty 
NH 64 (km. 256) – Chandigarh to Dabwali 
NH 65 (km. 690) – Ambala to Pali 
NH 66 (km. 214) – Pondy to Krishnagiri 
NH 67 (km. 555) – Nagapattinam to Gundlupet 
NH 68 (km. 134) – Ulundrupet to Salem 
NH 69 (km. 350) – Nagpur to Obedullaganj 
NH 70 (km. 170) – Jalandhar to Mandi 
NH 71 (km. 307) – Jalandhar to Bawal 
NH 71A (km. 72) – Rohtak to Panipat 
NH 71B (km. 74) – Rewari to Palwal 
NH 72 (km. 200) – Ambala to Haridwar 
NH 72A (km. 45) – Chhutmalpur to 
NH 73 (km. 188) – Roorkee to Panchkula 
NH 74 (km. 300) – Haridwar to Bareilly 
NH 75 (km. 955) – Gwalior to Ranchi 
NH 76 (km. 1,007) – Pindwara to Allahabad 
NH 77 (km. 142) – Hajipur Sonbarsa 
NH 78 (km. 559) – Katni to Gumla 
NH 79 (km. 500) – Ajmer to Indore 
NH 79A (km. 35) – Kishangarh (NH 8) to Nasirbad (NH 79) 
NH 80 (km. 310) – Mokameh to Farrakka 
NH 81 (km. 100) – Kora to Malda 
NH 82 (km. 130) – Gaya to Mokameh 
NH 83 (km. 130) – Patna to Dhobi 
NH 84 (km. 60) – Arrah to Buxar 
NH 85 (km. 95) – Chhapra to Gopalganj 
NH 86 (km. 674) – Kanpur to Dewas 
NH 87 (km. 83) – Rampur to Nainital 
NH 88 (km. 115) – Shimla to Bhawan and NH 20 
NH 90 (km. 100) – Baran to Aklera 
NH 91 (km. 405) – Ghaziabad to Kanpur 
NH 92 (km. 171) – Bhongaon to Gwalior 
NH 93 (km. 220) – Agra to Moradabad 
NH 94 (km. 160) – Hrishikesh to Yamunotri 
NH 95 (km. 225) – Kharar (Chandigarh) to Ferozepur 
NH 96 (km. 160) – Faizabad to Allahabad 
NH 97 (km. 45) – Ghazipur to Saiyedraja
NH 98 (km. 207) – Patna to Rajhara
NH 99 (km. 110) – Dobhi to Chandwa
NH 100 (km. 118) – Chatra to Bagodar
NH 101 (km. 60) – Chhapra to Mohammadpur 
NH 102 (km. 80) – Chhapra to Muzaffarpur
NH 103 (km. 55) – Hajipur to Mushrigharari
NH 104 (km. 160) – Chakia to Narahai
NH 105 (km. 66) – Darbhanga to Jaynagar
NH 106 (km. 130) – Birpur to Bihpur
NH 107 (km. 145) – Maheshkhunt to Purnea
NH 108 (km. 127) – Dharasu to Gangotri Dham
NH 109 (km. 76) – Rudraprayag to kedarnath Dham
NH 110 (km. 89) – Junction with NH 98 and Arwal to Ekangarsarai Bihar Sharif and Junction with NH 31
NH 111 (km. 200) – Bilaspur to Katghora and Ambikapur on NH 78
NH 112 (km. 343) – Bar Jaitaran to Barmer
NH 113 (km. 240) – Nimbahera to Dahod
NH 114 (km. 180) – Jodhpur to Pokaran
NH 116 (km. 80) – Tonk to Sawai Madhopur
NH 117 (km. 119) – Haora to Bakkhali
NH 119 (km. 260) – Pauri to Meerut
NH 121 (km. 252) – Kashipur to Bubakhal
NH 123 (km. 95) – Barkot to Vikasnagar
NH 125 (km. 201) – Sitarganj to Pithorgarh
NH 150 (km. 700) – Aizwal to Kohima
NH 151 (km. 14) – Karimganj to Indo and Bangladesh border 
NH 152 (km. 40) – Patacharkuchi to Indo and Bhutan Border 
NH 153 (km. 60) – Ldo to Indo and Myanmar Border 
NH 154 (km. 180) – Dhaleswar to Kanpui 
NH 155 (km. 342) – Tuensang to Pfutsero 
NH 200 (km. 740) – Raipur to Chandikhole 
NH 201 (km. 310) – Borigumma to Bargarh 
NH 202 (km. 280) – Hyderabad to Bhopalpatnam 
NH 203 (km. 59) – Bhubaneswar to Puri 
NH 204 (km. 974) – Ratnigiri to Nagpur 
NH 205 (km. 442) – Anantpur to Chennai 
NH 206 (km. 363) – Tumkur to Honnavar 
NH 207 (km. 155) – Hosur to Nelamangala 
NH 208 (km. 206) – Kollam to Thirumangalam (Madurai) 
NH 209 (km. 456) – Dindigul to Bangalore 
NH 210 (km. 160) – Trichy to Ramanathapuram 
NH 211 (km. 400) – Solapur to Dhule 
NH 212 (km. 250) – Kozhikode to Kollegal 
NH 213 (km. 130) – Palghat to Kozhikode 
NH 214 (km. 270) – Kathipudi to Pamarru 
NH 214A (km. 255) – Digamarru to Ongole 
NH 215 (km. 348) – Panikoili to Rajamunda 
NH 216 (km. 80) – Raigarh to Saraipali 
NH 217 (km. 508) – Raipur to Gopalpur 
NH 218 (km. 176) – Bijapur to Hubli 
NH 219 (km. 150) – Madanapalle to Krishnagiri 
NH 220 (km. 265) – Kollam to Theni 
NH 221 (km. 329) – Vijaywada to Jagdalpur 
NH 222 (km. 610) – Kalyan to Nirmal 
NH 223 (km. 300) – Port Blair to Mayabunder 
NH 224 (km. 298) – Khordha to Balangir 
NH 226 (km. 204) – Perambalur to Manamadurai 
NH 227 (km. 136) – Trichy to Chidambaram 
NH 228 (km. 374) – Sabarmati Ashram to Dandi 
NH 229 (km. 1,090) – Tawang to Pasighat 
NH 230 (km. 82) – Madurai to Thondi 
NH 231 (km. 169) – Raibareli to Jaunpur 
NH 232 (km. 305) – Ambedkarnagar (Tanda) to Banda 
NH 232A (km. 68) – Unnao to Lalganj (Junction of NH to 32) 
NH 233 (km. 292) – India to Nepal border and Varanasi 
NH 234 (km. 780) – Mangalore to Villuppuram 
NH 235 (km. 66) – Merrut to Bulandshahr