25 Important GS Questions | CDS Preparation

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CDS Preparation – Combined Defence Services (CDS) exam is a gateway through which young men and women can join any of the three wings of the Indian Defence Services – Indian Army, Indian Air Force or Indian Navy. Hence, CDS Preparation is important. The exam is conducted twice a year by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). This article contains 25 important GS Questions which will be important for CDS Preparation.

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These questions have been made after through analysis given by the experts in Major Kalshi Classes regarding CDS preparation. Every question comprises of those topics that have previously came in CDS examination. Hence, they all will be important for CDS preparation.

The people of Maharashtra were burying the dead bodies under the floor of house in Chalcolithic age by keeping them from
(a) North to south (b) East to west
(c) South to north (d) West to east
The Ochre ceramic pots were named at-
(a) Hastinapur (b) Ahikshatra
(c) Noh (d) Lal quila
The art which is the combination of Greek & Indian style is named as?
(a) Shikhar (b) Vera
(c) Gandhar (d) Nagar
Turmay, the contemporary of Ashoka was the rule of –
(a) Egypt (b) Korintha
(c) Mesidonia (d) Siriya
The famous pilgrimage place of both Jain & Buddhist are in Uttar Pradesh?
(a) Sarnath (b) Kaushambi
(c) Kushinagar (d) Devipatan
Who among the following gods presented as having plough on his soldiers in the portraits?
(a) Krishna (b) Balram
(c) Kartikeya (d) Maitreya
The word ‘kausheya’ is used for?
(a) For cotton (b) For jute
(c) For silk (d) For wool
As per census of India in 2011, which of the following pair of states had the lowest sex ratio in comparison to other pairs?
(a) Punjab & Haryana (b) Haryana and Jammu & Kashmir
(c) Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka (d) Punjab and Rajasthan
The first reciting of Brahmi script was made with the letters in scripted on?
(a) The stones rafter (b) On stamps
(c) On pillars (d) On coins
Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer using the code given below the Lists:

List–I               List–II

A. Paleolithic    1. Domestication of animals

and plants

B. Mesolithic     2. Food gatherers

C. Neolithic       3. Hunters and herders

D. Chalcolithic  4. Farmers

Code:

(a) A   B   C   D

2   3   4   1

(b) A   B   C   D

1   2   3   4

(c) A   B   C   D

2   3   1   4

(d) A   B   C   D

1   3   2   4

Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer using the code given below the Lists:

List–I                    List–II

(Bhakti Saint)        (Profession)

A.    Namdev             1. Barber

B.     Kabir                   2. Weaver

C.     Ravidas              3. Tailor

D.    Sena                    4. Cobbler

Code:

(a) A   B   C   D

2   3   1   4

(b) A   B   C   D

3   2   4   1

(c) A   B   C   D

3   2   1   4

(d) A   B   C   D

2   3   4   1

Statement I: For contrary Alauddin’s measures to control the market were considered to be one of the great wonders of the world.

Statement II: Alauddin sought to fix the cost of all commodities from food grains, sugar and cooking oil to needle, and from costly imported clothes to horses, cattle and slave boys and girls.

(a) Both the statements are individually true and Statement II is the correct explanation of Statement I. (b) Both the statements are individually true but Statement II is not the correct explanation of Statement I.
(c) Statement I is true but Statement II is false. (d) Statement I is false but Statement II is true.
Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer using the code given below the Lists:

List–I                       List–II

(Classification of         (Explanation)

Land  Under Akbar)

A.  Polaj                   1. Uncultivated for five years and more

B.  Parti                    2. Remain fallow for three or four years

C.  Chachar             3.  Left out of cultivation for a time so that it may recover its strength

D. Banjar                4. Annually cultivated for each crop in succession and never allowed to lie fallow

 

Code:

(a) A   B   C   D

1   2   3   4

(b) A   B   C   D

4   3   2   1

(c) A   B   C   D

1   3   2   4

(d) A   B   C   D

4   2   3   1

Who among the following were Jahangiri painters?

1. Abdus Samad     2. Abul Hasan

3. Aqa Riza               4. Mir Sayyad Ali

Select the correct answer using the code given below:

(a) 1 and 2 (b) 2 and 3
(c) 3 and 4 (d) 4 and 1
The human Idols worshiped in India at the earliest were of?
(a) Brahma (b) Vishnu
(c) Buddhist (d) Shiva
In the Idol of Ardhanarishwar half shiva and half parvati is a symbol of?
(a) The combination  of men & women (b) The combination of god & goddess
(c) The combination of god and its shakti (power) (d) None of the above
The first evidence of human in India is found?
(a) Nilgiri hills (b) Shivalik hills
(c) Nallamalai hills (d) Narmada valley
‘The god recognizes only the virtuous qualities of human being and do not ask his caste, In forth coming world there will be any caste,. This is the thought of which Bhakti saint?
(a) Ramanand (b) Dadu
(c) Nanak (d) Ramanuj
The name of last khalifa of Baghdad encrypted on which coin for the first time?
(a) Kutubuddin aibak (b) Iltutmish
(c) Allauddin khilji (d) Allauddin masood shah
Match the foreign travelers with the Mughal rulers in whose reigns they came to India:

List – I                              List – II

A.    Thomas Roe                1. Akbar

B.    Ralph Fitch                  2. Jahangir

C.    Bernier                         3. Shahjahan

D.   William Hawkins       4. Aurangzeb

Code:

(a) A   B   C   D

1   2   3   4

(b) A   B   C   D

1   4   3   2

(c) A   B   C   D

2   4   3   1

(d) A   B   C   D

2   1   3   4

Consider the following statements:

1. At Puhar of Kaveripattanam, a great-festival described vividly by Sangam epics, was held in     honour of Lord Indra.

2. The Goddess Kannagi of Sangam Age was the Goddess of Chastity.

Select the correct answer using the codes given below:

(a) Only 1 (b) Only 2
(c) Both 1 and 2 (d) Neither 1 nor 2
The great stone monuments are identified as-
(a) Ascetic cave (b) As a place of burying the dead.
(c) As a temple (d) None of the above
Out of the following states which state has the maximum Scheduled Caste population?
(a) Jharkhand (b) Madhya Pradesh
(c) Punjab (d) Uttar Pradesh
Which Indian Buddhist priest was sent to china in 1st century A.D.?
(a) Asang (b) Ashwoghosh
(c) Vasumitra (d) Nagarjun
The ruins of which of the following places represents the old Vijay Nagar capital?
(a) Ahmadnagar (b) Bijapur
(c) Golkunda (d) Hampy

 

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