J & K Combined Services- Competent (Prelims) Exam September 2002 Solved Question Papers

1. According to Lord Keynes, interest rate is determined by the supply and demand for

2. The energy for the contraction of muscle is derived from the combustion of

3. Gadgil formula refers to the allocation of

4. The Indo-Pak Summit held at Agra was the fourth one. Where was the first summit held ?

5. Which part of a plant respires ?

6. Gen. Pervez Musharraf, President of Pakistan, who came to India for the IndoPak Summit, visited which of the following cities ?

7. Rainbow is produced when sunlight falls on drops of rain. Which of the physical phenomena are responsible for this ?
(1) Diffusion
(2) Refraction
(3) Internal reflection

8. The number of times in a day the hour-hand and the minute-hand of a clock are at right angles is

9. Which Indian became the President of International Court of justice ?

10. When aggregate supply exceeds aggregate demands, then

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