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|I want the previous year papers of UPSC ASSISTANT PROVIDENT
FUND COMMISSIONER EXAM. PAPERS OF YEAR 2002, 2004 AND 2008
BECAUSE IN 2012 again UPSC is going to arrange the Exam. for
the same post.
|what is the age limit for upsc i am oc and born 1979
|why u want to join indian army?
|The forerunner of the Ministry of Information and
(1) the War Committee
(2) the Central Committee
(3) the Directorate of Public Information
(4) the Directorate of Public Education
|Prasar Bharati came into existence in:
|Consider the following statements:
1. Chickenpox is caused by a bacterium.
2. Japanese Encephalitis (JE) is caused by virus and spread
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?
a. 1 only
b. 2 only
c. Both 1 and 2
d. Neither 1 nor 2
|is it enough one time qualified in prelims we can attempt
mains as many times
|The commercial service of AIR, Vividh Bharati, was launced in:
|The trend towards public relations practice was set in the
United States by:
(1) Benjamin Franklin
(2) PT Burman
(3) Joseph Pulitzer
(4) William Randolph Hearst
|Hi, I have passed HSC, then done Hardware & networking
deploma but I want to do job in GOV..can I do in IT
department in GOV..?
|Which one of the following statements is not correct?
a. Delhi and Pondicherry have Lieutenant Governors
b. The Administrator of Chandigarh is designated as the
c. The Legislative Assembly of Pondicherry may make laws
with respect to matters enumerated in list II or list III of
the Seventh Schedule in so far as these matters are
applicable in relation to that Union Territory
d. The Legislative Assembly of the National Capital
Territory of the National Capital Territory of Delhi does
not require the prior approval of the Central Government for
the introduction of any Bill in the Legislative Assembly.
|With whom did the English conclude the Treaty of Sagauli by
which Kumaon and Garhwal were ceded to the British rule?
a. Mughal Emperor
b. Nawab of Awadh
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