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Question 1
Most of the people agreed that the game “Chess” was began in
A
Ancient Rome
B
Ancient India
C
Ancient Egypt
D
Ancient China
Question 2
Name the game which is known as “Chaturanga”
A
Khabadi
B
Cricket
C
Chess
D
Hockey
Question 3
How many groups of army are represented in Chess?
A
Five
B
Four
C
Three
D
Six
Question 4
The aim of the game, then and now has been to protect the
A
Queen
B
Soldiers
C
King
D
Chariot
Question 5
In which language chess was known as Shantranj?
A
Arabic
B
Persian
C
Chinese
D
Sanskrit
Question 6
Who is the general in the game chess?
A
King
B
Queen
C
Soldiers
D
Chariot
Question 7
In which academy of Chennai Vishwanathan Anand learnt Chess?
A
Chennai Royal Academy
B
Teen Next institute
C
Soviet Cultural Centre
D
Modern school of Chess
Question 8
Grandmaster Boris Gelfand belongs to which country?
A
Rome
B
Germany
C
Israel
D
America
Question 9
In which year Vishwanathan Anand retained the World Chess Championship title for the fifth time?
A
2010
B
2011
C
2012
D
2014
Question 10
Name the President of Russia who invited Anand to tea party and lauded him for the outstanding game in the year 2012
A
Winston Churchill
B
Vladimir Putin
C
Boris Gelfand
D
None of the above
Question 11
Vishwanathan Anand visit ________ whenever he came to his Home town
A
Alma mater
B
Garden
C
Beach
D
Museum
Question 12
What are the favourite hobbies of Vishwanathan Anand?
A
Reading
B
Swimming
C
Listening music
D
All the above
Question 13
Vishwanathan Anand’s mother helped her to learn the game
  • What is the Vishwanathan Anand’s mother name?
A
Devi Vishwanathan
B
Susheela Vishwanathan
C
Uma Vishwanathan
D
Meenakshi Vishwanathan
Question 14
What is the pet name of Vishwanathan Anand?
A
Sam
B
Cheeka
C
Vishy
D
Vishu
Question 15
In which year Vishwanathan Anand won his first World Chess Championship title?
A
2000
B
2001
C
2004
D
2005
Question 16
Name the award won by Vishwanathan Anand
A
Khel Ratna
B
Chess Oscar
C
Arjuna Award
D
All the above
Question 17
In which year Vishwanathan Anand was honoured as “Grandmaster”
A
1988
B
1986
C
1999
D
1995
Question 18
Among the following personalities who was known as “Lightning kid”?
A
Vishwanathan Anand
B
Neeraj Chopra
C
Kapil Dev
D
Ishant Sharma
Question 19
“I was lucky that something in Topalov gave away faster than it gave away in me”
  • Find the speaker of the above line
A
Vishwanathan Anand
B
Neeraj Chopra
C
Kapil Dev
D
Ishant Sharma
Question 20
Vishwanathan Anand defeated whom and got his fourth world chess championship title?
A
Boris Gelfand
B
Topalov
C
Peter Henry
D
William Hornaday
Question 21
The indoor game Chess was played by how many players?
A
Three
B
Two
C
Four
D
One
Question 22
In the game chess how many soldiers were arranged in each side?
A
Ten soldiers
B
Eight soldiers
C
Six soldiers
D
Twelve soldiers
Question 23
“Has the ability to move in all direction but with one step ahead”
  • Find the role of the above coin
A
Queen
B
King
C
Bishop
D
Rook
Question 24
“Has the ability to move diagonally with any number of steps”
  • Find the role of the above coin
A
Queen
B
King
C
Bishop
D
Rook
Question 25
The term “checkmate” is derived from which language?
A
Arabian
B
Sanskrit
C
Persian
D
Pali
Question 26
What do you mean by the term “checkmate”?
A
Game is over
B
Cannot move further
C
The king is dead
D
The queen lost her power
Question 27
“has the ability to move in vertically and horizontally”
  • Find the role of the above coin
A
Queen
B
King
C
Bishop
D
Rook
Question 28
Which year Vishwanathan Anand was awarded with the title “Lighting Kid”?
A
1986
B
1988
C
1984
D
1987
Question 29
Who is the first Indian to receive “Grandmaster” title?
A
Neeraj Chopra
B
Amrith Roy
C
Vishwanathan Anand
D
Dheen Dayal
Question 30
Among the following the honour receive by Vishwanathan Anand is
A
Padma Shri
B
Padma Bhusan
C
Padma Vibushan
D
All the above
Question 31
Who is the writer of the short story “Ranji’s Wonderful Bat”?
A
Rudyard Kipling
B
R.K. Narayan
C
Ruskin Bond
D
Savitha Raj
Question 32
In the short story “Ranji’s Wonderful Bat”, who gave wonderful bat to Ranji?
A
Mr. Kumar
B
Suraj
C
Coach
D
Ranji’s father
Question 32 Explanation: 
Explanation: Mr. Kumar was the owner of sports shop who gave wonderful bat to Ranji and also very kind and helpful to Ranji.
Question 33
In the short story “Ranji’s Wonderful Bat”, who is Suraj?
A
Ranji’s coach
B
Ranji’s father
C
The captain of the school team
D
Sports shop owner
Question 34
In the short story “Ranji’s Wonderful Bat”, who entered into the ground when the score stood at 53 for wickets?
A
Suraj
B
Ranji
C
Cheenu
D
Kumar
Question 35
In the short story “Ranji’s Wonderful Bat”, who is the youngest member of the team?
A
Suraj
B
Ranji
C
Kumar
D
Ram
Question 36
In the short story “Ranji’s Wonderful Bat”, who was in out of form for last two interschool matches?
A
Suraj
B
Cheeka
C
Ranji
D
Kumar
Question 37
What is the highest score secured by Ranji in last two inter school matches?
A
Fifty
B
Seventy
C
Twelve
D
Forty four
Question 37 Explanation: 
Explanation: Ranji, the youngest member of the team was out of form for last two matches.
Question 38
“You’ll do better next time. You’re out of form just now, that’s all”
  • In the short story “Ranji’s Wonderful Bat”, who had consoled Ranji for scoring poor run in the match?
A
Ram
B
Coach
C
Suraj
D
Kumar
Question 38 Explanation: 
Explanation: Suraj, is the captain of the school team
Question 39
In the short story “Ranji’s Wonderful Bat”, who was a sterner?
A
Suraj
B
Mr. Kumar
C
Cricket coach
D
Ranji
Question 40
In the short story “Ranji’s Wonderful Bat”, who warned Ranji for scoring poor runs in consecutive matches?
A
Mr. Kumar
B
Suraj
C
Cricket coach
D
Cheeka
Question 41
In the short story “Ranji’s Wonderful Bat”, who failed to make a big score in an important game?
A
Suraj
B
Ranji
C
Cheeka
D
Ram
Question 41 Explanation: 
Explanation: Ranji, youngest member of the team in spite of regular practise he failed to score a good runs.
Question 42
In the short story “Ranji’s Wonderful Bat”, on the way to home Ranji had to pass the
A
Stationary shop
B
Super market
C
Clock tower
D
Library
Question 43
In the short story “Ranji’s Wonderful Bat”, who is having a sports shop?
A
Suraj
B
Mr. Kumar
C
Ranji
D
Cricket coach
Question 44
In the short story “Ranji’s Wonderful Bat”, which is the wonderland for Ranji?
A
Cricket ground
B
Home
C
Mr. Kumar’s sports shop
D
Cricket academy
Question 45
In the short story “Ranji’s Wonderful Bat”, whose voice stopped Ranji when he was about to cross the road?
A
Mr. Kumar
B
Suraj
C
Cheeka
D
Cricket coach
Question 45 Explanation: 
Explanation: Mr. Kumar was the owner of sports shop who gave wonderful bat to Ranji and also very kind and helpful to Ranji.
Question 46
In the short story “Ranji’s Wonderful Bat”, who gave advice to Ranji on how to play different kinds of Bowling?
A
Mr. Kumar
B
Suraj
C
Cheeka
D
Cricket coach
Question 47
In the short story “Ranji’s Wonderful Bat”, Mr. Kumar owner of sports shop was once a state player and scored a century against
A
Delhi
B
Tanzania
C
Mumbai
D
Jharkhand
Question 48
In the short story “Ranji’s Wonderful Bat”, what is the age of Ranji?
A
Twelve
B
Fifteen
C
Eleven
D
Ten
Question 49
In the short story “Ranji’s Wonderful Bat”, who is too old for first class cricket?
A
Suraj
B
Cricket coach
C
Mr. Kumar
D
Ranji
Question 50
“There wouldn’t be any games without them – no cricket or football or hockey or tennis”
  • In the above line them refer to whom?
A
Players
B
Looser
C
Crowd
D
Cheer leaders
Question 50 Explanation: 
Explanation: the above line is a piece of advice given by Mr. Kumar to Ranji
Question 51
“But I haven’t made a good score in my last three matches”
  • Who failed to score good runs in last three matches?
A
Mr. Kumar
B
Cheeka
C
Ranji
D
Suraj
Question 52
  • “I’ll see if I can do something about your luck”
  • Who about to make something for the luck of Ranji?
A
Mr. Kumar
B
Suraj
C
Cricket coach
D
Cheeka
Question 52 Explanation: 
Explanation: Mr. Kumar was the owner of sports shop who gave wonderful bat to Ranji and also very kind and helpful to Ranji. Mr. Kumar was a state level player.
Question 53
In the short story “Ranji’s Wonderful Bat”, who followed Mr. Kumar through the curtained partition at the back of the sports shop?
A
Cheeka
B
Suraj
C
Ranji
D
Cricket coach
Question 54
In the short story “Ranji’s Wonderful Bat”, who gave his luckiest bat to Ranji?
A
Mr. Kumar
B
Suraj
C
Cricket coach
D
Ranji’s father
Question 54 Explanation: 
Explanation: Mr. Kumar was the owner of sports shop who gave wonderful bat to Ranji and also very kind and helpful to Ranji. Mr. Kumar was a state level player.
Question 55
In the short story “Ranji’s Wonderful Bat”, Ranji spent a nervous week waiting for ______ match
A
Sunday’s match
B
Monday’s match
C
Final
D
Saturday’s
Question 56
In the short story “Ranji’s Wonderful Bat”, how many siblings are there for Ranji?
A
Two
B
Three
C
Four
D
None
Question 57
In the short story “Ranji’s Wonderful Bat”, Ranji asked whom to bowl him in the garden?
A
Suraj
B
Mr. Kumar
C
Koki
D
Cricket coach
Question 57 Explanation: 
Koki is the girl next door of Ranji
Question 58
In the short story “Ranji’s Wonderful Bat”, what was the run made by Ranji after getting the lucky bat of Kumar?
A
Fifty six
B
Fifty eight
C
Fifty two
D
Sixty
Question 59
In the short story “Ranji’s Wonderful Bat”, who liked laddoos even more than the cricket?
A
Koki
B
Suraj
C
Ranji
D
Cheeka
Question 59 Explanation: 
Explanation: Koki is the girl next door of Ranji, whom Ranji asked to bowl for him. Koki loves laddoos more than cricket in the garden.
Question 60
In the short story “Ranji’s Wonderful Bat”, Ranji stopped at the _______ shop and bought two laddoos for Koki?
A
Mehta shop
B
Jumna Sweet
C
Agarwal shop
D
Shaun’s shop
Question 61
In the short story “Ranji’s Wonderful Bat”, what remains a secret between Ranji and Mr. Kumar?
A
Money
B
Playing tricks
C
Lucky bat
D
Stamp box
Question 62
In the short story “Ranji’s Wonderful Bat”, who had cut his hand on a sharp stone while running after the ball?
A
Suraj
B
Koki
C
Bhim
D
Ranji
Question 62 Explanation: 
Explanation: Bhim is one of the friends of Ranji
Question 63
In the short story “Ranji’s Wonderful Bat”, who had taken Bhim to the doctor near the clock tower?
A
Ranji
B
Suraj
C
Mr. Kumar
D
Cricket coach
Question 64
In the short story “Ranji’s Wonderful Bat”, who enquired Ranji about his lost bat?
A
Suraj
B
Koki
C
Bhim
D
Ranji’s mother
Question 64 Explanation: 
Explanation: Koki is the girl next door of Ranji, whom Ranji asked to bowl for him in the garden. Koki loves laddoos more than cricket.
Question 65
“oh I must left it on the maidaan when Bhim got hurt”
  • What was left in maidaan by the Ranji?
A
Luck bat
B
Cricket ball
C
Cricket bag
D
Leg pad
Question 65 Explanation: 
Explanation: Bhim is one of the friends of Ranji
Question 66
In the short story “Ranji’s Wonderful Bat”, Ranji’s school team would be playing their last and most important match of the cricket season against a visiting team from
A
Chennai
B
Delhi
C
Mumbai
D
Bihar
Question 67
“It’s the batsman and not the bat the bat that matters”
  • The above line is a piece of motivation provided by whom to Ranji
A
Mr. Kumar
B
Koki
C
Bhim
D
Cricket coach
Question 68
In the short story “Ranji’s Wonderful Bat”, ______ seems to be the new word for Ranji?
A
Trophy
B
Confidence
C
Ambition
D
Enthusiasm
Question 69
In the short story “Ranji’s Wonderful Bat”, who told Ranji that he needs only the confidence?
A
Bhim
B
Koki
C
Mr. Kumar
D
Cricket coach
Question 70
What was the run scored by Ranji against the visiting team from Delhi?
A
Sixty five
B
Seventy five
C
Century
D
Eighty eight
Question 71
“On his way home he brought a dozen laddoos. Six for Koki – and six for ______”
  • Ranji brought dozen of laddoos six for Koki and six for
A
Mr. Kumar
B
Suraj
C
Bhim
D
Cricket coach
Question 71 Explanation: 
Explanation: To celebrate his not out seventy five against the visiting team from Delhi Ranji brought dozen of laddoos six for Koki and six for Mr. Kumar
Question 72
In the short story “Ranji’s Wonderful Bat”, “How’s that” screamed the bowler hopping about like a
A
Rabbit
B
Tiger
C
Lion
D
Kangaroo
Question 72 Explanation: 
Explanation: the bowler screamed when Ranji lost his wicket
Question 73
In the short story “Ranji’s Wonderful Bat”, Ranji had a good eye and strong ________.
A
Head
B
Hand
C
Wrists
D
Shoulder
Question 74
“he slipped and cut his hand on a sharp stone”
  • Identify the character who belongs to the short story “Ranji’s Wonderful Bat”?
A
Koki
B
Bhim
C
Suraj
D
Cricket coach
Question 75
In the short story “Ranji’s Wonderful Bat”, the match against Delhi ended in a draw but Ranji’s _____ was the talk of the school.
A
Seventy five
B
Sixty six
C
Eighty one
D
Ninety nine
Question 76
In the short story “Ranji’s Wonderful Bat”, Mr. Kumar told that Ranji needed ______ and a lucky bat
A
Courage
B
Confidence
C
Encouragement
D
Comfort and ease
Question 77
Ranji must have left the bat on the ______ when Bhim got hurt.
A
Stadium
B
Maidaan
C
Bus
D
Hospital
Question 78
“Out!”
  • The above word taken from the short story of Ruskin Bond “Ranji’s wonderful bat”, find the character who uttered the above word?
A
Suraj
B
Ranji
C
Umpire
D
Cricket coach
Question 79
A ______ has magic only when the batsman has magic!
A
Ball
B
Bat
C
Stump
D
Umpire
Question 79 Explanation: 
Explanation: the above line is the motivation provided by Mr. Kumar to Ranji for losing his lucky bat
Question 80
  • “You can fetch it tomorrow”
  • Who told Ranji to fetch his bat tomorrow due to dark?
A
Ranji’s mother
B
Koki
C
Suraj
D
Mr. Kumar
Question 81
Who is the author of the poem “Prayer of a sportsman”?
A
John Berton
B
Berton Braley
C
Charles Dickens
D
Robert Frost
Question 82
Berton Braley is an
A
British poet
B
American poet
C
French poet
D
Russian poet
Question 83
“A chance that is equal with all in the strife”
  • What does the word ‘strife’ in the line suggests?
A
Enemy
B
Army
C
Dispute
D
Warrior
Question 84
“And if I should lose, let me stand by the road”
  • In the above line I refer to
A
Poet
B
Sports person
C
Warrior
D
Nature
Question 85
“And let me not cherish a snarl or a sneer”
  • Identify the figure of speech of the above line
A
Simile
B
Alliteration
C
Irony
D
Repetition
Question 86
  • “Since they played the game better than I”
  • In the above sentence I refer to whom?
A
Sports man
B
Opponent team leader
C
Captain of the team
D
All the above
Question 87
By proving my worth in the fray
  • What is meant by fray?
A
Prayer
B
Dispute
C
Kingdom
D
Reward
Question 88
  • “Yea, teach me to stand by the side of the road”
  • Who wants to stand in the side of the road?
A
Spectators
B
Sports man
C
Opponent team players
D
None of the above
Question 89
  • “Yea, teach me to stand by the side of the road”
  • Why does the sports man wants to stand on the side of the road?
A
To find the reason of his defeat
B
To enjoy the life as spectators
C
To get public opinion
D
To cheer the winners
Question 90
And not like a craven, I pray
  • What do you mean by craven?
A
Defeat
B
Coward
C
Spectator
D
Small bird
Question 91
“But teach me to lose like a regular man”
  • Find the figure of speech mentioned in the above line
A
Simile
B
Metaphor
C
Personification
D
Irony
Question 92
  • “so grant me to conquer, if conquer I       can”
  • Find the figure of speech employed in above line
A
Metaphor
B
Repetition
C
Personification
D
Alliteration
Question 93
  • “Or play any snivelling part”
  • What do you mean by ‘snivelling part’ that the sports man not likes to play?
A
Tough part
B
Grumbling part
C
Challenging part
D
Hated portion
Question 94
  • ‘Dear Lord, in the battle that goes on through life’
  • The battle referred in the life of sports man is
A
Play ground
B
Challenges
C
Mind set
D
Academy
Question 95
Let me say, “There they ride, on whom laurel’s bestowed”
  • On whom the laurel’s bestowed
A
To players
B
To winners
C
To spectators
D
To looser
Question 96
________ is just a code being used by a particular society in a particular zone for the sake of communication.
A
Language
B
Alphabets
C
Letters
D
Numerical
Question 97
Who is one of the first visually – impaired child artists in the national level from New Delhi?
A
Rahul Sharma
B
Diwakar Sharma
C
Suresh Raj
D
Manohar Rohit
Question 98
In which year Diwakar Sharma was born in New Delhi?
A
1990
B
1992
C
1995
D
1993
Question 99
In which year Diwakar Sharma was born in New Delhi?
A
1990
B
1992
C
1995
D
1993
Question 100
______ is aboard used by visually challenged people for writing
A
Stylus board
B
Braille board
C
Writing board
D
Scripting board
Question 101
_______ is a pointed implement used for tracing letters.
A
Callus
B
Indicator
C
Stylus
D
Analogous
Question 102
Diwakar Sharma, a visually impaired child artist from New Delhi was
A
A dancer
B
A singer
C
A painter
D
A orator
Question 103
At which age Diwakar Sharma’s visual impairment was confirmed?
A
Five years
B
One year
C
Two years
D
Three years
Question 104
Diwakar Sharma’s mother Alka Sharma is a
A
Doctor
B
School teacher
C
Music teacher
D
MNC worker
Question 105
What was the only aim of the parents of Diwakar Sharma?
A
To make him an engineer
B
To give him a platform to showcase his singing talent
C
To make him a doctor
D
To make him a dancer
Question 106
“Recognizing his ability we have dedicated our lives to making his dream of becoming a singer com true”
  • The above uttered by Diwakar Sharma’s
A
Mother
B
Father
C
Teacher
D
Guardian
Question 107
Which gave a public graze to Diwakar Sharma?
A
Indian children’s musical game show
B
Indian got super talent show
C
American game show
D
Interschool competition
Question 108
Name the software that is used by Diwakar Sharma for his studies and other interest
A
Kelly software
B
Inter media tool
C
Jaws software
D
Coding programme software
Question 109
What is full form of the JAWS software?
A
Joint Accumulation writing and Speech
B
Job Access With Speech
C
Joint Access Writing and Speech
D
Job Access Writing and Speech
Question 110
Name the separate department to address the requirements of differently abled people?
A
Department of differently abled people
B
Commission of differently abled people
C
Directorate for differently abled people
D
Committee for differently abled people
Question 111
“Diwakar Sharma is a true champion, big at heart and attitude”
  • The above line uttered by Tushar
  • Who is Tushar?
A
Alumnus of Diwakar’s school
B
Friend of Diwakar Sharma
C
Brother of Diwakar Sharma
Question 112
What kinds of books were read by Diwakar Sharma?
A
Epic books
B
Shakespeare books
C
Harry potter series
D
Chetan Bhagat books
Question 113
What is the main reason for Diwakar Sharma’s versatility in knowledge and language?
A
He speak a lot
B
He reads a lot
C
He listens a lot
D
He writes a lot
Question 114
  • “It is his positive attitude, remarkable composure and confidence that get him noticed. He proves to be an icon for children of his age”
  • The above line uttered by Gajendra Singh
  • Who is Gajendra Singh?
A
Friend of Diwakar Sharma
B
Brother of Diwakar Sharma
C
Alumnus of Diwakar’s school
D
Director of reality show
Question 115
Diwakar Sharma also performed in the presence of
A
Dr. Manmohan Singh
B
A.P.J Abdul Kalam
C
Sachin Tendulkar
D
Mahendra Singh Dhoni
Question 116
Diwakar Sharma studied in which school of Delhi?
A
Don Bosco school
B
Delhi public school
C
Delhi presidency school
D
Dhurubai Ambani international school
Question 117
Name the poet who prays for the world without fear and world held together by freedom?
A
Bharathiyar
B
Rabindranath Tagore
C
Satyendranath Tagore
D
Bakim Chandra Chatteerjee
Question 118
Name the poem of Tagore that overflows with a deep sense of patriotism and the power in every Indian to create the freedom
A
Gitanjili
B
Savitri
C
Where the mind is without fear
D
The Nation
Question 119
“Where the world has not been broken up into fragments”
  • What do you mean by fragments?
A
Small pieces
B
Broken pieces
C
Reaming pieces
D
All the above
Question 120
  • “Into the dreary desert sand of dead habit”
  • What do you mean by dreary?
A
Dark
B
Dull
C
Lonely
D
Danger
Question 121
“into that heaven of freedom, my father, let my country awake” In the above line the country referred by the poet is
A
Russia
B
India
C
Bangladesh
D
Burma
Question 122
In which poem the poet dreams of an ideal world where everyone is gtruly free and liberated from all kinds of fetters
A
Gitanjili
B
Savitri
C
Where the mind is without fear
D
The Nation
Question 123
“By narrow domestic walls”
  • In the above line domestic walls refer to
A
Iron wall
B
Berlin wall
C
Country’s internal affairs
D
Damaged wall of the country
Question 124
Which year Rabindranath Tagore won his Noble Prize
A
1912
B
1910
C
1913
D
1915
Question 125
Rabindranath Tagore won the Noble Prize for
A
Peace
B
Literature
C
Physics
D
Mathematics
Question 126
Rabindranath Tagore received Noble prize for his work
A
Savitri
B
The post man
C
Gitanjali
D
Three children
Question 127
  1. “Where the mind is led forward by thee”
  2. Whom does the word ‘thee’ refer to?
A
Soul
B
Man
C
Nature
D
God
Question 128
Among the following find the suitable theme for the poem “Where the mind is without fear”?
A
Value of education
B
Patriotism
C
God fearing
D
Environment
Question 129
  • “Into the dreary desert sand of dead habit”
  • Find the figure of speech employed in above line
A
Metaphor
B
Alliteration
C
Personification
D
Simile
Question 130
“The Multiple Facets Of My Madurai” is a book written by
A
Indira Anantha Krishnan
B
Manohar Devadoss
C
Savitha Raj
D
Antony Raj
Question 131
What is the home town of the author Manohar Devadoss?
A
Salem
B
Madurai
C
Ramanathapuram
D
Erode
Question 132
What is the profession of Manohar Devadoss?
A
Teacher
B
Painter
C
Scientist
D
Artist
Question 133
Name the writer who has produced some exquisite pen sketches of Madurai and its surroundings
A
Indira Anantha Krishnan
B
Manohar Devadoss
C
Savitha Raj
D
Antony Raj
Question 134
How many years the writer Manohar Devadoss has had Retinitis Pigmentosa
A
Thirty five
B
Forty
C
Thirty years
D
Fifty years
Question 135
What do you mean by Retinitis Pigmentosa?
A
Brian disorder
B
Eye disorder
C
Memory disorder
D
Nerve disorder
Question 136
Name the courageous person mentioned in the writings of Manohar Devadoss?
A
Mahema
B
School president
C
His friend
D
His son
Question 137
Mahema, wife of Manohar Devadoss was paralysed below the shoulders following road accident ______ years ago.
A
Fifty
B
Thirty six
C
Thirty five
D
Thirty eight
Question 138
The city of Madurai has been in existence for at least _______ years
A
3500
B
3000
C
2000
D
2400
Question 139
“Throughout its history the city has nurtured Tamil Literature”
  • Name the city that is mentioned in the above line
A
Salem
B
Thanjavur
C
Madurai
D
Erode
Question 140
Yaanai Malai a solid rocky hill present in
A
South eastern outskirts of Madurai
B
North eastern outskirts of Madurai
C
South western outskirts of Madurai
D
North western outskirts of Madurai
Question 141
Name the hill in Madurai has a striking resemblance to a seated elephant
A
Muthumalai
B
Yercaurd
C
Yaanai Malai
D
Swami Malai
Question 142
Yaanai Malai dotted with starkly beautiful _______ .
A
Coconut trees
B
Palmyra trees
C
Banyan trees
D
Mango trees
Question 143
The ______ fields of Madurai were nourished by monsoon rains supplemented by large water tanks
A
Maize
B
Wheat
C
Paddy
D
Corn
Question 144
The large water tanks used as a supplements for wheat fields are known as
A
Kaliru
B
Yettram
C
Kalvai
D
Kammai
Question 145
A _______ was extensively used during the boyhood of Manohar Devadoss to draw water from large square irrigation wells.
A
Yettram
B
Motor pump
C
Large pail
D
Large pipe lines
Question 146
Along with whom the writer Manohar Devadoss decided to take a cross –country trek to Yaanai Malai to look Madurai and his surrounding country
A
His school friend
B
His neighbourhood boy
C
His father
D
His grandfather
Question 147
What were the sights seen by the writer Manohar Devadoss and his school friend at one stage of the hill Yaanai Malai?
A
Majestic elephant
B
Yettram
C
Watery field being ploughed
D
Temple with lots of people
Question 148
  • “My friend complained with chattering teeth that the ______  ruined our plan”
  • What ruined the plan of Manohar Devadoss and his friend?
A
Storm
B
Sun
C
Rain
D
Thunder
Question 149
  • “I was unable to climb up this hill to enjoy viewing Madurai and its enveloping beauty”
  • Find the hill that is mentioned in the above line
A
Ooty hills
B
Kodai Hills
C
Palani hills
D
Yaanai Malai
Question 150
In which year the writer Manohar Devadoss captured the magic moment in Yaanai Malai with his friend in ink on paper?
A
1956
B
1987
C
1986
D
1988
Question 151
“During my adolescence Yaanai Malai inspired in me a sense of mystique”
  • Whose adolescence was mentioned in the above line?
A
Indira Anantha Krishnan
B
Manohar Devadoss
C
Savitha Raj
D
Antony Raj
Question 152
In which year the writer Manohar Devadoss had an incurable visual syndrome, Retinitis Pigmentosa
A
2000
B
2001
C
2002
D
2003
Question 153
The wife of Manohar Devadoss was paralysed below her shoulders following a road accident in
A
1977
B
1973
C
1972
D
1975
Question 154
In his dream the writer Manohar Devadoss told his wife that ________ the ruler who built the Mahal in Madurai
A
Vinayaka Nayak
B
Vishwanatha Nayak
C
Thirumalai Nayak
D
None of the above
Question 155
In his dream the writer Manohar Devadoss carried whom in a wheel chair to the top of Yaanai Malai?
A
Mahema
B
His school friend
C
His father
D
His grandmother
Question 155 Explanation: 
Explanation: Mahema is the wife of Manohar Devadoss
Question 156
The large tower of ______ temple tank is one of the important landmarks of Madurai according to the writer Manohar Devadoss.
A
Meenakshi Amman
B
Murugan
C
Vandiyoor
D
Kanniya kumara Amman
Question 157
The monolith, Yaanai Malai looks like an elephant only when it is viewed from the
A
North east
B
South east
C
South west
D
North west
Question 158
_________ sits to the southwest of Yaanai Malai
A
Erode
B
Thanjavur
C
Salem
D
Madurai
Question 159
The _______ road from Madurai runs miles parallel to the south eastern slope of the hill.
A
Yercaurd
B
Palani
C
Melur
D
Theni
Question 160
The writer Manohar Devadoss completed the drawing of Yaanai Malai in
A
October 2001
B
June 2001
C
June 2002
D
October 2002
Question 161
A Yettram mentioned by the writer Manohar Devadoss is made up of
A
Long casuarinas rope
B
A rope
C
A large bucket
D
All of these
Question 162
The borders of ______ field are often lined with rows of Palmyra trees.
A
Sugarcane
B
Wheat
C
Paddy
D
Maize
Question 163
What is the other name of the hill Yaanai Malai?
A
Elephant cave
B
Elephant hill
C
Yallai hill
D
Tiger hill
Question 164
Ram and Harry ______ (work) hard.
  • Fill in the blanks with suitable form of verb
A
Work
B
Works
C
Will work
D
Working
Question 164 Explanation: 
Explanation: Two or more singular subjects joined by conjunction ‘and’, takes a plural verb
Question 165
Poori and potato _____ my favourite.
  • Fill in the blanks with suitable form of verb
A
Are
B
Was
C
Is
D
Were
Question 165 Explanation: 
Explanation: two nouns suggest only one idea (i.e refers to the same person or a thing) then verb must be singular
Question 166
The queen bee with her workers _______ (preside) over the hive.
  1. Fill in the blanks with suitable form of verb
A
Presides
B
Preside
C
Are preside
D
Were preside
Question 166 Explanation: 
Explanation: words joined to a singular by “with” or “as well as” do not affect the number of the verb. Therefore, it takes singular verb
Question 167
  • Pinky, Lilly and Sheela _____ to the school.
  • Fill in the blanks with suitable form of verb
A
Go
B
Goes
C
Going
D
Went
Question 167 Explanation: 
Explanation: Two or more singular subjects joined by conjunction ‘and’, takes a plural verb
Question 168
  • This is a very difficult subject, ________?
  • Fill in the blanks with suitable question tag
A
Aren’t it
B
Isn’t it
C
Wasn’t it
D
Hasn’t it
Question 169
The boy is running, _______?
  • Fill in the blanks with suitable question tag
A
Aren’t he
B
Isn’t boy
C
Isn’t he
D
Isn’t she
Question 169 Explanation: 
Explanation: Auxiliary verb (is) + n’t + pronoun (he)
Question 170
Susi doesn’t play chess, ______? Fill in the blanks with suitable question tag
A
Does she
B
Doesn’t she
C
Aren’t she
D
Isn’t she
Question 170 Explanation: 
Explanation: If statement is negative tag is positive, then Auxiliary verb (does) + pronoun (she)
Question 171
  • Mathematics ____ a difficult subject.
  • Fill in the blanks with suitable form of verb
A
Is
B
Are
C
Was
D
Were
Question 171 Explanation: 
Explanation: Some nouns are plural in form but singular in meaning take a singular verb
Question 172
Rajeev won’t play in the rain, ______?
  • Fill in the blanks with question tag
A
Was he?
B
Will she?
C
Am I?
D
Can we?
Question 172 Explanation: 
Explanation: If statement is negative tag is positive, then Auxiliary verb (will) + pronoun (she)
Question 173
  • He broke the jar, ______?
  • Fill in the blank with question tag
A
Isn’t he
B
Didn’t he
C
Does he
D
Are he
Question 174
She speaks softly, ______?
  • Fill in the blank with question tag
A
Isn’t she
B
Didn’t she
C
Doesn’t she
D
Aren’t she
Question 174 Explanation: 
Explanation: When the statement has no auxiliary verb, then the principal verb is made note and the auxiliary verb such as do, does or did is used Present Tense – do and does Past Tense – did Auxiliary verb (does) + n’t + pronoun (she)
Question 175
  • Ram can dance well, ______?
  • Fill in the blanks with question tag
A
Can’t he
B
Doesn’t he
C
Will he
D
Didn’t he
Question 175 Explanation: 
Explanation: Auxiliary verb (can) + n’t + pronoun (he)
Question 176
Neither Raj nor his friends ______ come
  • Fill in the blanks with suitable verb
A
Has
B
Have
C
Do
D
Are
Question 176 Explanation: 
Explanation: when the subjects joined by ‘or’ or ‘nor’ the verb agrees with the subject nearest to it
Question 177
Slow and steady ______ the race.
  • Fill in the blanks with suitable verb
A
Win
B
Wins
C
Are win
D
Was win
Question 178
Ashok as well as Anitha ______ mango.
  • Fill in the blanks with suitable verb
A
Like
B
Likes
C
Will like
D
Liking
Question 179
Which bird is the great help to the blind?
A
White cane
B
Dove
C
Swan
D
Duck
Question 180
When is ‘White Cane safety day’ is observed?
A
October 13
B
October 14
C
October 15
D
October 26
Question 181
_______ help blind to avoid obstacles while walking along the road or while moving around unfamiliar places.
A
White cane
B
Dove
C
Swan
D
Duck
Question 182
________ means to look quickly over the text for a specific purpose or meaning.
A
Skimming
B
Scanning
C
Narrating
D
Scripting
Question 183
Aadu Puli attam is a traditional game of
A
Kerala
B
Tamil nadu
C
Andhra Pradesh
D
Karnataka
Question 184
One should be highly in the nuances of ________ if one wants win in pallakuzhi.
A
Tamil
B
Arithmetic
C
Memory power
D
Short cuts
Question 185
________ means to look quickly over a section of text to get a general idea of the meaning.
A
Skimming
B
Scanning
C
Narrating
D
Scripting
Question 186
Man is born free but is everywhere in chains
  • The above quote is said by
A
Rabindranath Tagore
B
Jawaharlal Nehru
C
Ralph Waldo Emerson
D
Jacques Rousseau
Question 187
  • I am a student, ______?
  • Fill in the blanks with suitable question tag
A
Isn’t I?
B
Aren’t I?
C
Didn’t I?
D
Doesn’t I?
Question 188
  • Chess games is far greater than the number of electrons in the universe
  • What do you mean by electron?
A
Atom
B
Small molecule
C
No charge particle
D
Particle in a cell
Question 189
A _________ is a personal preparation of what you have done, felt, thought or seen.
A
Record
B
Journal
C
Bio graph
D
Photo graph
Question 190
Find out the wrong statement
A
He has broken the doll
B
She has wrote letter yesterday
C
I have not met you before
D
Hari and Ram go to school
Question 191
Match
  • Column 1                Column 2
  1. A) Glued 1) role model
  2. B) Icon 2) rises
  3. C) Surges 3) ex-student
  4. D) Alumnus 4) stuck
A
4123
B
1234
C
2341
D
3412
Question 192
Match
  • Column 1                  Column 2
  1. A) Eyes 1) Tactile perception
  2. B) Ears 2) Visual perception
  3. C) Skin 3) Olfactory perception
  4. D) Nose 4) Auditory perception
A
2413
B
2431
C
2314
D
3214
Question 193
  • Topalov gave away faster than it gave way in me
  • What do you mean by the phrasal verb “gave away”?
A
Present
B
Call in person
C
Surrender
D
Give a way
Question 194
  • The farmer or his servants ______ always cooking
  • Fill in the blanks with suitable form of verb
A
Is
B
Was
C
Were
D
None of the above
Question 194 Explanation: 
Explanation: when the subjects joined by ‘or’ or ‘nor’ the verb agrees with the subject nearest to it
Question 195
  • The jury _____ divided in their verdict
  • Fill in the blanks with suitable form of verb
A
Was
B
Were
C
Is
D
Are
Question 195 Explanation: 
Explanation: if collective noun point to a single idea then verb is singular. If the members of a collective noun are of separate thought then verb is plural.
Question 196
  • The committee _______ decided this.
  • Fill in the blanks with suitable verb
A
Have
B
Has
C
Are
D
None of the above
Question 196 Explanation: 
Explanation: if collective noun point to a single idea then verb is singular. If the members of a collective noun are of separate thought then verb is plural.
Question 197
  • My uncle is staying abroad, _______?
  • Fill in the blanks with suitable tag
A
Aren’t he
B
Isn’t he
C
Wasn’t he
D
Haven’t he
Question 198
Match
  • Column 1               Column 2
  1. A) Avid 1) range of skill
  2. B) Embodies 2) keen
  3. C) Versatility 3) represents
  4. D) Dignitaries 4) person of high rank
A
1432
B
2314
C
2341
D
3214
Question 199
It is positive attitude, remarkable composure and confidence
  • What do you mean by composure?
A
Soft corner
B
High knowledge
C
Calm manner
D
Reward
Question 200
Each of these boys _____ intelligent. Fill in the blanks with suitable form of verb
A
Is
B
Are2
C
Were
D
None of the above
Question 200 Explanation: 
Explanation: either, neither, each, every, everyone and many must be followed by singular verb
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