Solved Questions of Kerala State Industrial Enterprises (KSIE) Junior Assistant Exam.

1. Dada Sahib Phalke award winner of year 2000 is :
(A) Aiswarya Rai
(B) Asha Bhonsle
(C) Arunthathi Roy
(D) Shabana Azmi
(E) None of them.

2. Government policy regarding taxation is :
(A) Fiscal policy
(B) Budgetary policy
(C) Economic policy
(D) Expenditure policy
(E) None of these.

3. The doctrine of “Panchaseela” was first advocated by :
(A) India and Myanmar
(B) India and Indonesia
(C) India and China
(D) India and USA
(E) India and Pakistan

4. International Olympic Committee was formed in the year: .
(A) 1845
(B) 1875
(C) 1890
(D) 1894
(E) 1895

5. The biggest Mosque in India was built by :
(A) Shajahan
(B) Aurangzeb
(C) Akbar
(D) Humayun
(E) None of these

6. Right to property is a
(A) Legal right
(B) Social right
(C) Fundamental right
(D) Directive principle
(E) None of these

7. India’s first Nobel Prize was for:
(A) Physics
(B) Chemistry
(C) Medicine
(D) Literature
(E) None of these

8. Which of the following State had a massive earthquake in the year 2001?
(A) Gujarat
(B) Maharashtra
(C) Bihar
(D) Kerala
(E) Karnataka

9. Minimum age limit for becoming a member of the Rajya Sabha is :
(A) 21 years
(B) 25 years
(C) 30 years
(D) 35 years
(E) 40 years

10. Before independence Ukraine was part of:
(C) Britain
(D) China
(E) None of these

11. Petroleum prices are determined by:
(D) Petroleum ministry
(E) None of these

12. Who was the first Indian woman to scale Mount Everest?
(A) Malleswari
(B) P. T. Usha
(C) Ang Dorjee
(D) Bachendri Pal
(E) Phoolan Devi

13. Total number of members in the Indian Parliament is :
(A) 543
(B) 643
(C) 793
(D) 800
(E) 805

14. The main source of a Nation’s strength is :
(A) Human strength
(B) Minerals
(C) Forests
(D) Rivers
(E) None of these

15. Konkan railway does not pass through:
(A) Maharashtra
(B) Goa
(C) Kerala
(D) Karnataka
(E) None of these

16. Which of the following is not a direct tax ?
(A) Income tax
(B) Excise tax
(C) Land tax
(D) House tax
(E) Property tax

17. The country which is not a member of the SAARC is :
(A) Pakistan
(B) India
(C) Nepal
(D) Maldives
(E) Afghanistan

18. Chromosomes are made up of :
(A) protein and nucleus
(B) cytoplasm and DNA
(C) protein and cytoplasm
(D) DNA and nucleus
(E) DNA and protein

19. The only Indian Tennis Player who won Olympic medal is:
(A) Mahesh Bhoopathi
(B) Leander Paes
(C) Ramesh Krishnan
(D) Sachin Tendulkar
(E) Vijay Amritha Raj

20. Bakel Fort is situated in the district of:
(A) Palghat
(B) Kannur
(C) Kozhikode
(D) Kasargode
(E) Kollam

21. What is the source of electric energy in an artificial satellite?
(A) Thermopile
(B) Solar cell
(C) Dynamo
(D) Mini nuclear reactor
(E) None of these

22. A drop of water is spherical due to:
(A) surface tension
(B) low temperature
(C) air resistance
(D) viscosity
(E) None of these

23. Sex of a child is determined by:
(A) blood group of father
(B) chromosome of mother
(C) RH factor of parents
(D) chromosome of father
(E) None of these

24. When was the American war of Indepedence?
(A) 1776
(B) 1789
(C) 1911
(D) 1917
(E) 1919

25. Which is the Banker’s Bank?
(A) State Bank of India
(B) State Bank of Travancore
(C) Industrial Development Bank of India
(D) Export Import Bank
(E) Reserve Bank of India

26. Lakshadweep consists of how many islands?
(A) 232
(B) 29
(C) 36
(D) 322
(E) 51

27. United Nation’s University is located at :
(A) Washington
(B) New York
(C) Tokyo
(D) London
(E) Geneva

28. What is zero hour?
(A) When the proposals of opposition are considered.
(B) When matters of utmost importance are raised.
(C) Interval between two sessions.
(D) Time of introduction of a money bill.
(E) When the Dy. Speaker is in the chair.

29. The Election Commission functions under:
(A) Ministry of Law
(B) Prime Minister’s Secretariat
(C) Ministry of Home affairs
(D) President
(E) None of these

30. Which of the following is not a Statutory Commission?
(A) Election Commission.
(B) Finance Commission.
(C) Planning Commission.
(D) Union PSC
(E) None of these

31. Which of the following is an antitank missile?
(A) Thrishul
(B) Nag
(C) Agni
(D) Akash
(E) None of these

32. What did Guru Nanak preach?
(A) The brotherhood of man.
(B) About making Sikhs a militant.
(C) Sikhism as a religion.
(D) The unity of Sikhs.
(E) None of these

33. Where was Karl Marx born ?
(A) Switzerland
(C) Germany
(D) France
(E) Holland

34. Sound waves cannot travel in
(A) solid
(B) hydrogen
(C) oil
(D) vacuum
(E) None of these

35. Indian nuclear devise was exploded at :
(A) Thumba
(B) Pokhran
(C) Sriharicotta
(D) Tharapur
(E) Durgapur

36. Sudden fall in barometric pressure indicates:
(A) Rain
(B) Storm
(C) Hot weather
(D) Clear sky
(E) Clouds.

37. A devise that measures the intensity of radiation is :
(A) Altimeter
(B) Ammeter
(C) Anemometer
(D) Galvanometer
(E) Actinometer

38. The Science of the study of fungi is called:
(A) Morphology
(B) Mycology
(C) Geology
(D) Gerontology
(E) Ecology

39. Sports Research Institute is located at :
(A) Patiala
(B) Bangalore
(C) Poona
(D) Jaipur
(E) Bhopal

40. The Rajya Sabha can be dissolved by
(A) President
(B) Speaker of Lok Sabha
(C) Vice President
(D) Chief Justice of Supreme Court.
(E) None of these.

41. A person appointed to settle a dispute between two parties is :
(A) Arbitrator
(B) Judge
(C) Solicitor
(D) Attorney
(E) Lawyer

42. One who compiles dictionary is :
(A) Cboreographer
(B) Calligrapher
(C) Lexicographer
(D) Philanthropist
(E) None of these

43. Fill in suitably: “Bread and butter .......... my favourite dish.”
(A) is
(B) are
(C) were
(D) has
(E) had

44. Fill in. The new secretary started work .......... last week.
(A) since
(B) from
(C) till
(D) to
(E) upto

45. Add question tag. Everybody cannot come in first.
(A) Can he?
(B) Cann’t he?
(C) Can they?
(D) Cann’t they?
(E) None of these

46. Fill in. He hopes .......... first prize.
(A) of winning
(B) to win
(C) to winning
(D) in winning
(E) of

47. Fill in. He is addicted ..........
(A) for smoking
(B) to smoke
(C) in smoking
(D) to smoking
(E) in smoke

48. Fill in. He was accused .......... murder.
(A) on
(B) of
(C) with
(D) to
(E) in

49. Which word is opposite in meaning to BRIEF?
(A) Expand
(B) Detailed
(C) Spreading
(D) Excessive
(E) None of these

50. Which word is same in meaning to REJOICE ?
(A) Join
(B) Join again
(C) Speak
(D) Agree
(E) Delight


1. (B) Asha Bhonsle
2. (A) Fiscal policy
3. (C) India and China
4. (D) 1894.
Lausanne, Switzerland is the headquarters of IOC.
5. (A) Shajahan.
6. (A) Legal right.
7. (D) Literature.
8. (A) Gujarat.
9. (C) 30 years.
Lok Sabha : 25 years
President, Vice-President and Governors : 35 years.
10. (D) USSR.
11. (C) OPEC
12. (D) Bachendri Pal.
13. Ans: 790.
14. (A) Human strength.
15. (C) Kerala.
16. (B) Excise Duty.
17. No answer
18. (E) DNA and Protein.
19. (B) Leander Paes.
20. (D) Kasargode.
21. (B) Solar Cell.
22. (A) Surface tension.
23. (D) Chromosome of father.
24. (A) 1776.
25. (E) Reserve Bank of India.
26. (C) 36.
27. (C) Tokyo.
28. (B) When matters of utmost importance are raised.
30 (E) None of these.
31. (B) Nag.
32. (A) The brotherhood of man.
33. (C) Germany.
34. (D) Vacuum.
35. (B) Pokhran
36. (B) Storm.
37. (E) Actino meter.
38. (B) Mycology.
39. (A) Patiala.
40. (E) None of these.
41. (A) Arbitrator.
42. (C) Lexicographer
43. (A) is
44. (B)from
45. (C) Can they?
46. (B) to win
47. (D) to smoking
48. (B) of
49. (B) Detailed
50. (E) delight

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