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Practice WBCS Previous Years Questions – Set 2

Practice WBCS Previous Years Questions

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Here are 20 Selected Questions from WBCS Previous Years Questions. Check how many of them you can score correctly .

Remember – Practice  is the only key to Success .

BEST OF LUCK. 

  • Question of

    [WBCS 2001] The greatest scholar of Medical Science during Gupta Age

    • Bhatta
    • Bana
    • Charaka
    • Bhagabhatta
  • Question of

    [WBCS 2001] The images of Buddha were first constructed under

    • The Mathura School of Art
    • The Saranath School of Art
    • The Gandhara School of Art
    • The Amaravati School of Art
  • Question of

    [WBCS 2001] The establishment of Gram Sabha becomes mandatory by

    • 71st Amendment
    • 72nd Amendment
    • 73rd Amendment
    • 74th Amendment
  • Question of

    [WBCS 2001] Chlorine is not a constituent of

    • DDT
    • Chlorophyll
    • Chloroform
    • Bealching Powder
  • Question of

    [WBCS 2001] The concept of welfare state is included in the constitution of India in the

    • Preamble
    • Fundamental Rights
    • Fundamental Duties
    • Directive Principles of the State Policy
  • Question of

    [WBCS 2001] Who founded “Abhinava Bharat”?

    • Bal Gangadhar Tilak
    • Barindra Kumar Ghosh
    • B. D. Savarkar
    • Bipin Chandra Pal
  • Question of

    [WBCS 2001] Lysine is an essential Amino Acid because

    • It is very rare
    • It is an important constituents of all Proteins
    • It has a high nutritive value
    • It is not formed in the body and has to be provided through food
  • Question of

    [WBCS 2001] A substance used in metallurgy to remove rock material is called

    • Matrix
    • Slag
    • Flux
    • Gangue
  • Question of

    [WBCS 2001] Among the turks who made the first attack on India

    • Mahmud of Ghaznavi
    • Sabuktagin
    • Alptgin
    • Abdul Wahid
  • Question of

    [WBCS 2011] In India the places where Gold, Copper, Iron and Coal are found are in order

    • Noamundi, Khetri, Jharia and Kolar
    • Kotar, Khetri, Noamundi and Jharia
    • Jharia, Noamundi, Kolar and Khetri
    • Kolar, Noamundi, Jharia and Khetri
  • Question of

    [WBCS 2001] The universal declaration of of Human Rights was was adopted on

    • December 10, 1948
    • January 26, 1950
    • August 14, 1947
    • October 20, 1962
  • Question of

    [WBCS 2001] Buddhist doctorines are contained in

    • Jatakas
    • Satapathas
    • Upanishads
    • Dhammapadas
  • Question of

    [WBCS 2001] When did British Labour Party resolved in favour of “home rule” for India?

    • 1918
    • 1919
    • 1927
    • 1929
  • Question of

    [WBCS 2001] What is a White Paper?

    • Paper Currency note
    • Blank paper for writing
    • Paper for printing
    • A document published by the Government on an Important issue.
  • Question of

    [WBCS 2001] Which region in India witnessed the earliest outbreak of revolutionary activities?

    • Bengal
    • Punjab
    • Maharashtra
    • Delhi
  • Question of

    [WBCS 2001] The election commission functions under

    • Parliament
    • President
    • Supreme Court
    • No Authority
  • Question of

    [WBCS 2001] Graphite is used in Nuclear reactor

    • As a lubricant
    • for lining inside the reactor as an Insulator
    • for reducing the velocity of neutron
    • as a fuel
  • Question of

    [WBCS 2001] The most important source of information for the municipal administration of the city of Pataliputra in the Mauryan Empire

    • Indica
    • Arthasastra
    • Mudrarakshasa
    • Asoka Inscriptions
  • Question of

    [WBCS 2001] Who among the following historians described the invasions of Mahmud Ghaznavi on India as Jihads?

    • Al-Beruni
    • Henry Elliot
    • Jafar
    • Utbi
  • Question of

    [WBCS 2001] There is no local time in

    • London
    • North and South Poles
    • International Date Line
    • Magnetic Poles of the Earth

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