History – WBPSC Food SI Previous Year Question Paper

History – WBPSC Food SI Previous Year Question Paper

History WBPSC Food SI Previous Year Question Paper

Food SI Question Paper – 2019

7. Who built the famous Sanchi Stupa?

(A) Ashoka

(B) Chandragupta Maurya

(C) Ajatshatru

(D) Shashank

 

8. Who were the first to issue gold coins in India?

(A) Shakas

(B) Hunas

(C) Cholas

(D) Indo-Greeks

 

24. Who was the first Home Minister of free India?

(A) Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel

(B) Mahatma Gandhi

(C) Jawaharlal Nehru

(D) Subhas Chandra Bose

 

25. The term ‘Sufi’ is derived from

(A) A type of poetry

(B) A type of garment

(C) A language

(D) The name of a place

 

34. Which of the following is the oldest trade union organisation of India?

(A) INTUC

(B) CITU

(C) AITUC

(D) BMS

 

47. Vande Mataram was first sung at the session of the Indian National Congress is

(A) 1886

(B) 1892

(C) 1896

(D) 1904

 


 

Food SI Question Paper – 2014

56. The earlier name of Sher Shah was

(A) Juna Khan

(B) Sarfaraj Khan

(C) Farid Khan

(D) Khijir Khan

 

58. Kautilya wrote the book named

(A) Mudrarakhsas

(B) Astadhyai

(C) Buddhacharita

(D) Arthashastra

 

61. The person who gave the permission to Jobcharnak to do business in Bengal

(A) Khushid Kuli Khan

(B) Saista Khan

(C) Sujauddin

(D) Farukhshiyar

 

68. Socrates, the wise man of ancient world who developed the method of inquiry and

instruction, belonged to

(A) France

(B) Athens

(C) Greece

(D) China

 

70. The Vedic deity Indra was the god of

(A) Wind

(B) Eternity

(C) Rain and Thunder

(D) Fire

 

96. Birbal became minister in the reign of

(A) Babar

(B) Akbar

(C) Jahangir

(D) Shahjahan


107. Subhas Bose disappeared from his residence in the year

(A) 1940

(B) 1941

(C) 1939

(D) 1938

 

120. The inhabitant of Indus Valley Civilization were not familiar with

(A) Cow

(B) Dog

(C) Horse

(D) Sheep

 

122. Which one of the following dynasties was ruling over North India at the time of Alexander’s

invasion?

(A) Maurya

(B) Nanda

(C) Kaniva

(D) Sunga

 

126. The tenth Guru of the Sikhs was

(A) Guru Nanak

(B) Guru Govind Singh

(C) Guru Arjun Singh

(D) Guru Tegh Bahadur

 

136. The real name of the famous revolutionary known as ‘Deshapriya’ was

(A) Gandhiji

(B) Ramkrishna Deb

(C) Chittaranjan Das

(D) Jatindra Mohan Sengupta


139. The historian V.Smith has called ‘Napoleon of India’ to

(A) Chandragupta I

(B) Samudragupta

(C) Skandagupta

(D) Goutamiputra Satkarni

 

144. The first Bengali translator of ‘Mahabharata’ was

(A) Kabikankan Munkundaram

(B) Chandidas

(C) Kavindra Parameshwar

(D) Krishnadas Kabiraj

 

146. ‘Geet Gobinda’ was composed by

(A) Banbhatta

(B) Vishnugupta

(C) Joydev

(D) Bhas

 

147. The earliest example of Bengali Literature is

(A) Charyapada

(B) Shri Krishnakirtan

(C) Gathasaptosati

(D) Shri Krishnavijaya

 

149. Jesus Christ was crucified in

(A) 4 BC

(B) 4 AD

(C) 20 AD

(D) 1 AD

 

150. Gautam Buddha was born in

(A) Pataliputra

(B) Bodh Gaya

(C) Vaishali

(D) Lumbini

 


 

 

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