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Please provide me question paper for group 2 examination of Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission ?

Here I am giving you question paper for group 2 examination of Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission in PDF file attached with it so you can get it easily..

Exam pattern:
Group 2 paper 1 – General studies
Group 2 paper 2 – History & polity
Group 2 paper 3 – Economy of india ,AP

Question paper :
1. The largest ground-nut producer in the world is
1. India 2. Sudan 3. Brazil 4. China
2. Which nation possesses the largest cattle population
in the world ?
1. U.S.A 2. Australia 3. India 4. Denmark
3. The largest producer of fish in the world is
1. China 2. Japan 3. U.S.A 4. Norway
4. Which country is the leading producer of cement
in the world ?
1. India 2. U.S.A 3. Britian 4. Japan
5. Which countries are seperated by the McMahon
Line ?
1. India and Pakistan 2. China and Tibet
3. India and China 4. India and Bangladesh
6. Soil erosion in India occurs in alomost all the states,
but it is especially serious along the coast of
1. Kerala 2. Tami lNadu 3. Orrissa 4. Karnataka
7. What is the ideal temperature for the cultivation
of wheat ?
1. 200 to 250 C 2. 150 to 200 C
3. 100 to 150 C 4. 250 to 300 C
8. Which state is the leading producer of coconuts in
India ?
1. Assam 2. Kerala 3. Tamil Nadu 4. Karnataka
9. Which state has the largest area under canal irrigation
in terms of total acerage ?
1. Uttar Pradesh 2. Haryana
3. Bengal 4. Punjab
10. Which state has the maximum length of roads ?
1. Madhya Pradesh 2. Bihar
3. Maharashtra 4. Punjab
11. The first postal stamp of India was released in
1837. Where was it released ?
1. Karachi 2. Bombay 3. Dhaka 4. Rangoon
12. In which state has the petro-chemical industry
developed most in India ?
1. West Bengal 2. Bihar
3. Gujarat 4. Tamil Nadu
13. What percentage of the total population of the
world lives in Asia ?
1. About 30% 2. About 45%
3. About 55% 4. About 65%
14. Which is the substance obtained on a commercial
scale from sea water, besides sodium chloride ?
1. Radium 2. Iodine 3. Thorium 4. Manganese
15. In South-East Asia, the highest population density
is found in
1. Vietnam 2. Cambodia 3. Malaysia 4. Indonesia
16. India borrowed the idea of Directive Principles of
State Policy from the Constitution of
1. The Weimar Republic of Germany
2. The Republic of Ireland
3. South Africa 4. None of the above
17. The Preamble to the Indian constitution reads
1. We, the people of India adopt, enact and give to
India this constitution
2. We, the members of the constituent Assembly
adopt, enact and give to ourselves this constitution
3. We, the citizens of India adopt, enact and give ourselves
this constitution
4. We, the people of India in our constituent Assembly
adopt, enact and give ourselves this constitution.
18. The ideas of liberty, equality and fraternity enshrined
in the Preamble of the constitution of India
were adopted under the inspiration of
1. The French Revolution
2. The Russian Revolution
3. The American Declaration of Independence
4. The U.N.O. Charter
19. Which of the following is a vector quantity ?
1. Mass 2. Time 3. Volume 4. Velocity
20. Mechanical energy can be converted into
1. Light energy 2. Heat energy
3. Electrical energy 4. All of the above
21. The working of rockets is based on the principle
of
1. Electricity 2. Kepler’s law
3. Newton’s law 4. Conservation of Momentum
22. The most abundantly found metal in the human
body is
1. Iron 2. Sodium 3. Calcium 4. Magnesium
23. The vitamin responsible for blood clotting is
1. A 2. B12 3. C 4. K
24. The hormone which regulates blood pressure is
1. Tyroxine 2. Insulin 3. Pituitrin 4. Adrenaline
25. The study of fungi is called
1. Genetics 2. Mycology 3. Algae 4. Physiology
26. Virus is a
1. Protein 2. Carbohydrate
3. Nucleus 4. Nucleoprotein
27. Cancer is caused by
1. Virus 2. Bacteria 3. Fungi 4. Algae
28. Which one of the following is a sedentary animal?
1. Cobra 2. Cow 3. Horse 4. Sponge
29. Red blood cells are formed in
1. The Thyroid 2. The Adrenal
3. Bone marrow 4. Thymus
30. Whales belong to the class
1. Mammalia 2. Reptilia
3. Fishes 4. Amphibia
31. Rabies is caused by
1. The bite of a dog 2. The bite of mosquito
3. Deficiency of vitamin B1 and B12
4. Deficiency of calcium
32. Alexander defeated Porus in the battle of
1. Pushkalavathi 2. Taxila
3. Hydapses 4. Rajgriha
33. English education in India was introduced by
1. Lord Curzon 2. Jawaharlal Nehru
3. Lord Macaulay 4. Lord Dalhousie
34. The Crown took over the Government of India by
1. The Charter Act of 1833
2. The Act of 1858
3. The Indian Council Act of 1861
4. Pitt’s India Act 1784
35. Jallianwalla Bagh firing took place in
1. Delhi 2. Calcutta 3. Bombay 4. Amritsar
36. Who said “Swaraj is my Birthright” ?
1. Gandhiji 2. Tilak
3. Pandit Nehru 4. S.C.Bose
37. The Taj Mahal was built by
1. Jahangir 2. Akbar
3. Shershah 4. Shahjahan
38. Who was the Prime Minister of England when the
Indian Independence Act was passed ?
1. Attlee 2. Churchil
3. Macmillan 4. Lloyd George
39. The name ‘Pakistan’ was coined by
1. Sir Syed Ahmed Khan
2. Mohammad Ali Jinnah
3. Mohammad Iqbal 4. Azad
40. The Cabinet Mission was sent to India
1. To suppress communal riots
2. To determine the boundaries of India and Pakistan
3. To find a solution to the constitutional problem
4. To preach Christianity in India
41. Who was the last Governor General of India ?
1. Rajaji 2. Lord Mounbatten
3. Rajendra Prasad 4. Mavlankar
42. Who is known as ‘Deshbandhu’ ?
1. Narendra Dev 2. Pandit Nehru
3. C.R. Das 4. Gokhale
43. The location of a place is determined by
1. The noon at the place 2. The night at the place
3. Evening 4. None of the above
44. The southern super continent is called
1. Angaraland 2. Gondwanaland
3. Africa 4. None of the above
45. ‘Terra Rossa’ is a type of
1. Lake 2. Coral 3. Soil 4. Fish
46. The Earth’s circumference measures
1. 40,000 km 2. 32,000 km
3. 24,000 km 4. 48,000 km
47. Among the planets of the solar system, in terms of
size, the earth is the
1. Fourth largest planet 2. Second largest planet
3. Sixth largest planet 4. Fifth largest planet
48. ‘Socialist pattern’ comes through
1. Free economy 2. Mixed economy
3. Public sector 4. Private sector
49. Which one of the following is not a feature of a
developing economy ?
1. High rate of unemployment
2. High rate of population growth
3. High rate of capital formation
4. Widespread poverty
50. In recent years, the Indian economy has been
characterised as a
1. Developed economy 2. developing economy
3. Backward economy 4. Stagnant economy
51. ‘Subsidies’ means
1. Payment by Government for purchase of goods
and services
2. Payment by the business sector to factors of production
3. Payment by shareholders
4. Payment by Government to the business sector
52. The ‘tertiary sector’ of an economy refers to
1. Agriculture 2. Industrial sector
3. Service sector 4. Social sector
53. Expenditure of defence is an item of
1. Public investment 2. Private investment
3. Private consumption 4. Public consumption
54. The Drafting Committee of the Indian Constitution
was headed by
1. B.N. Rau 2. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar
3. K.M.Munshi 4. Dr. Rajendra Prasad
55. A jet engine works according to the principle of
1. Mass 2. Energy
3. Linear momentum 4. Angular momentum
56. A liquid metal is
1. Mercury 2. Aluminium 3. Sodium 4. Cadmium
57. Baking soda is
1. Sodium carbonate 2. Sodium bicarbonate
3. Calcium carbonate 4. Sodium thiosulphate
58. The gas used in fire extinguishers is
1. Carbon monoxide 2. Carbon dioxide
3. Hydrogen 4. Sulphur dioxide
59. Vinegar is
1. Picric acid 2. Oxalic acid
3. Acetic acid 4. Carbolic acid
60. Algae come under the division
1. Thallophyta 2. Bryophyta
3. Pteridophyta 4. Gymnosperm
61. Riccia is commonly called
1. Moss 2. Green mold 3. Liverwort 4. Smut
62. Transpiration through leaves is called
1. Stomatal transpiration
2. Cuticular transpiration
3. Lenticular transpiration 4. Guttation
63. Copper is a
1. Micro-nutrient 2. macro-nutrient
3. Tracer element 4. Cation
64. The enzyme present in human saliva is
1. Ranin 2. Protease 3. Amylase 4. Lipase
65. Haemoglobin is a/an
1. Enzyme 2. Sugar
3. Lipid 4. Protien in the R.B.C
66. Which one of the following is excreted in urine
normally ?
1. Sugar 2. Creatin 3. Protein 4. Fat
67. Malaria is caused by the parasite
1. Mosquito 2. Plasmodium
3. Entamoeba 4. Trypanosoma
68. The Hindu ruler who defeated Mohammad of Ghori
was
1. Prithviraj 2. Jayachandra
3. Lalitaditya 4. Vidyadhara
69. Din-I-Illahi was
1. An idea 2. Akbar’s religion
3. A mosque 4. Aurangzeb’s policy
70. The Swaraj party was formed by
1. C.R.Das 2. Pandit Nehru
3. Gandhiji 4. Subhash Chandra Bose
71. The first Indian National Congress session was
held at
1. Madras 2. Delhi 3. Bombay 4. Calcutta
72. The Home Rule League of Annie Beseant was
founded in 1916 at
1. Bombay 2. Calcutta 3. Madras 4. Delhi
73. Sandy desert is known also as
1. Erg 2. Reg 3. Drumlin 4. Serir
74. Doldrum is
1. Low pressure belt 2. High pressure belt
3. No pressure belt 4. Cyclonic best
75. Which local wind is known as “the doctor” ?
1. Bora 2. Simon 3. Harmattan4. Chinook
76. India is the largest producer of
1. Rice 2. Groundnut 3. Cotton 4. Tobacco
77. Lake Volta is a part of
1. Ghana 2. Burkina Faso 3. Ivory Coast 4. Toga
78. Which of the following is the cause of inequalities
of income ?
1. Unemployment 2. Despression in industry
3. Concentration of economic power
4. Difference in standard of living
79. Disguised unemployment refers to
1. Persons with no jobs
2. More persons employed for a job, which a few can
accomplish
3. Unemployment of women
4. Unemployment of people above 60 years
80. Inflation is caused by
1. Increase in money supply
2. Decrease in population
3. Decrease in production 4. (1) and (3)
81. The creation of a joint sector was recommended
by the
1. Raj Committee 2. New Industrial Policy
3. Dutta Committee 4. Hazari Committee
82. In India, the largest number of workers are employed
in the
1. Sugar Industry 2. Iron and Steel Industry
3. Cotton and Textile Industry
4. Jute Industry
83. Which of the following is not a basic industry ?
1. Iron and Steel 2. Fertilizers
3. Paper 4. Cement
84. Which of the following is the most important
source of revenue for the states in India ?
1. Sales tax 2. Customs duties
3. Land revenue 4. Profession tax
85. Which of the following taxes is the largest source
of revenue for the Government of India ?
1. Excise duties 2. Corporation taxes
3. Customs duties 4. Income tax
86. The largest rice producing state in India is
1. West Bengal 2. Kerala
3. Uttar Pradesh 4. Bihar
87. The Indian Constitution came into force on
1. November 26, 1949 2. August 25, 1945
3. August 15, 1947 4. January 26, 1950
88. How many states are there in India ?
1. Fifteen 2. Twenty - one
3. Twenty - five 4. Twenty - eight
89. The right to freedom is contained in Article
1. Sixteen 2. Nineteen
3. Twenty-five 4. Twenty-eight
90. The maximum strength of the Rajya Sabha is
1. 238 2. 250 3. 280 4. 300
91. The tenure of the Indian President is
1. Two years 2. Four years
3. Five years 4. Six years
92. Who is the Presiding Officer of the meeting of the
Council of Ministers in a state ?
1. The Chief Minister 2. The Governor
3. The Speaker 4. The Chief Justice
93. If the Supreme Court Judges want to retire before
the expiry of their term, to whom do they have
to address their resignation ?
1. The President 2. The Chief Justice of India
3. The Prime Minister 4. The Law Minister
94. What is the retiring age of High court Judges ?
1. 58 years 2. 60 years 3. 62 years 4. 65 years
95. The Constitution of India describes India as a
1. Voluntary Federation 2. Confederation
3. Union of States 4. Federation
96. Who appoints the Chief Minister of a State ?
1. The Governor 2. The Speaker
3. The President of India
4. The Governor in consulation with the Speaker
97. The length of a rectangular field is 21m longer
than its breadth. If the area of the field is 196 m2,
then the length of the field is
1. 22m 2. 28m 3. 32m 4. 16m
98. If A : B = 2 : 3 and C : B = 3 : 4 then A : C is
1. 2 : 3 2. 2 : 4 3. 8 : 9 4. 9 : 8
99. The sum of the first five odd numbers is
1. 15 2. 25 3. 16 4. 18
100. Who is the Chairman of the 12th Finance Commission
of India
1. A.M.Khusro 2. Dr.V.V.Desai
3. Dr.C.Rangarajan 4. P.R.Panchmukhi
101. The Chairman of the National Commission on
Human Rights is
1. Justice V.R.Varma 2. Justice Anand
3. Justice V.R.Krishna Ayyer
4. Justice Jayachandra Reddy
102. How many Schedules are there at present in the
Indian Constitution ?
1. 9 2. 10 3. 11 4. 12
103. The provision of employment to all comes under
1. Fundamental Rights
2. Directive Principles of State Policy
3. Preamble 4. None of the above
104. Secularism envisages
1. No religion 2. Equal status for all religions
3. A particular religion of a state
4. None of the above
105. Who is the guardian of Fundamental Rights in
India ?
1. The President 2. The Prime Minister
3. The Parliament
4. The Supreme Court and the High Court
106. Fundamental Duties of the Indian Citizens are
included in
1. The Preamble 2. Part II of the Constitution
3. Part IV of the Constitution
4. Part IV-A of the Consitution
107. The authority to issue writs for the enforcement
of Fundamental Rights rests with
1. All the Courts of India 2. The Parliament
3. The Supreme Court 4. The President of India
108. How many members are nominated to the Rajya
Sabha by the President ?
1. One-fourth of its total members 2. Two members
3. Ten members 4. Twelve members
109. Who is the Presiding Officer of the Rajya Sabha?
1. The President 2. The Vice-President
3. The Speaker 4. The Deputy Speaker
110. The passage of a money bill may be delayed by
the Rajya Sabha for a maximum period of
1. Ten days 2. Fourteen days
3. Fifteen days 4. One month
111. In India, the Council of Ministers are collectively
responsible to
1. The Parliament 2. The Lok Sabha
3. The Rajya Sabha 4. None of the above
112. All disputes regarding the election of the President
are decided by
1. The Supreme Court 2. The Parliament
3. The Election Commission 4. None of the above
113. A man goes 150m due east and then 200m due
north. The distance of the man from the starting
point is
1. 300 m 2. 250 m 3. 350 m 4. 275 m
114. The number of rational numbers between 2 and 5
is
1. One 2. Two 3. Infinite 4. None of the above
115. The Highest Common Factor of 25 and 35 is
1. 1 2. 5 3. 7 4. 25
116. The number of prime numbers between 10 and 20
is
1. 4 2. 5 3. 6 4. 7
117. India’s first Dalit Gramin Cyber Centre was
launched in
1. Tamil Nadu 2. Andhra Pradesh
3. Madhya Pradesh 4. Karnataka
118. The first Dalit Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh
was
1. D. Sanjeevaiah 2. S.K. Shinde
3. Rajamallu 4. K.Ranga Rao
119. The richest Indian in India is
1. Mukesh Ambani 2. Anil Ambani
3. Azim Premji 4. Narayana Murthy
120. The winner of the Femina Miss India Contest, 2003
is
1. Ms. Nikita Anand 2. Ms. Ami Vashi
3. Ms. Swetha Vijaya 4. Ms. Priyanka Chopra
121. The CEAT International Cricketer of the Year
Award, 2002 has been presented to
1. S. Tendulkar 2. M.Muralitharan
3. Andy Flower 4. S.Fleming
122. The CEAT International Batsman of the Year
Award, 2002 has been presented to
1. S. Tendulkar 2. S.Jayasurya
3. S.Fleming 4. S. Ganguly
123. The Gandhi Peace Prize for 2002 has been awarded
to
1. The Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan 2. Nelson Mandela
3. Collin Powell 4. Kofi Annan
124. Who is the new Chief Minister of Meghalaya ?
1. Gangaram 2. Ramalinga Rama Rao
3. Vidya Stokes 4. D.D.Lapang
125. Who is the new Chief Minister of Himachal
Pradesh ?
1. Veerabhadra Singh 2. Vidya Stokes
3. D. Singh 4. D.D. Lapang
126. The six-day World Economic Foroum 2003 was
held in
1. Switzerland 2. The Netherlands
3. Poland 4. France
127. Who is the Chairman of U.N.O. Human Rights
Commission ?
1. A.Sharon 2. N.A. Hajjaji
3. Kiran Bedi 4. Robinson
128. What is ‘cheap’ money ?
1. When money loses its value
2. Unearned money
3. When money loses its value because of inflation
4. When credit becomes easily available from banks
129. The largest known crude oil reserves are in
1. Iraq 2. U.A.E 3. U.S.A 4. Saudi Arabia
130. Which Article of the Indian Constitution empowers
the President to pardon of a convicted person ?
1. Article 62 2. Article 63
3. Article 70 4. Article 72
131. The ‘Poverty line’ is determined by
1. Per capita intake (calories)
2. Income of the family 3. General health
4. Housing and clothing facilities
132. The script used by the Indus Valley Civilization ?
1. Has not yet been developed
2. was the Vedic language
3. Was depicted through pictures and diagrams
4. None of these
133. Who were the immediate successors of the
Mauryas in Magadha ?
1. Kushans 2. Pandyas
3. Satavahanas 4. Sungas
134. Painting in the Mughal period was as its peak
during the reign of
1. Jahangir 2. Akbar
3. Shahjahan 4. Aurangzeb
135. The Sultan who made a successful attempt to free
himdelf from the control of the Ulemas was
1. Balban 2. Allauddin
3. Firoz Shah 4. Jalaluddin
136. The first five year plan adopted the
1. Lewis-Fei model 2. Mahalanobis model
3. Harrod-Domar model 4. Keynesian model
137. Select disinvestment of public sector enterprises as
an objective was included for the first time in the
1. 4th Plan 2. 7th Plan 3. 8th Plan 4. 9th Plan
138. Use of energy requirements (calorie) as a measure
of poverty in India was made for the first time by
1. Dandekar and Rath 2. Amartya Sen
3. Planning Commission 4. T.N.Sreenivasan
139. NABARD’s primary role is to
1. Provide term loans to cooperatives
2. Assist State governments for the share capital contribution
3. Act as a re-finance institution
4. All of the above
140. The Indian institution that has filed more patents
than all the individual patents put together in India
is
1. CSIR 2. ICAR 3. AIIM 4. DRDO
141. Which of the following agencies does not finance
local bodies for infrastructural development ?
1. LIC 2. HUDCO 3. CRISIL 4. ILFS
142. Aggregate measure of support (AMS) in the context
of WTO refers to the
1. Minimum support price guarnteed to the farmers
2. Quantum of subsidy given to the agricultural sector
3. Issue price of paddy and wheat
4. Insurance cover for crops
143. Trickle Down Theory of Development holds that
1. Global prosperity spreads to domestic economy
2. Development spreads downward through more
demand for labour
3. Rate of growth of taxation is not related to economic
growth rate
4. None of the above
144. Discomfort Index is a/an
1. Combination of longevity and literacy
2. Combination of standard of living and health indicators
3. Index of cost of living
4. Composition of annual inflation and unemployment
rate
145. Corbett National Park is in
1. Bihar 2. Madhya Pradesh
3. Uttar Pradesh 4. Himachal Pradesh
146. Which state produces the bulk of natural rubber
produced in India ?
1. Tamil Nadu 2. Karnataka
3. Kerala 4. Andhra Pradesh
147. Which National Highway (NH) connects Agra and
Mumbai ?
1. NH 1 2. NH 7 3. NH 4 4. NH 5
148. Which, among the following, is the most abundant
element in sea-water ?
1. Sodium 2. Chlorine 3. Iodine 4. Potassium
149. Which of the following major sea-ports of India
does not have a natural harbour ?
1. Mumbai 2. Cochin 3. Marmagao 4. Paradeep
150. Which of the following natural regions is known
as the ‘bread basket’ of the world ?
1. The Steppe region 2. The Meditrranean region
3. The Monsoon region 4. The Equatorial region
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Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission (APPSC) conduct Group 2 exam

It consist of three papers
Group 2 paper 1 – General studies
Group 2 paper 2 – History & polity
Group 2 paper 3 – Economy of India AP









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