Q1. Who said, “A state is known by the rights that it maintains”?
(d) J. S. Mill
Q2. A member of Liliaceae that shows reticulate venation is
Q3. Euphenics is
(a) Treatment of defective heredity through genetic engineering
(b) Manipulation of genes
(c) Improvement of race
(d) Study of conditions affecting organisms
Q4. Araneology is
(a) Study of mites
(b) Rearing of bees
(c) Study of aphids
(d) Study of spiders
Q5. What does “Corpus luteum” secrete?
Q6. The male sex hormone is
Q7. Buddha died in the year
(a) 483 BC
(b) 438 BC
(c) 453 BC
(d) 468 BC
Q8. The new name of Burma is Myanmar and its capital is
Q9. The famous Jain centre in South India is located at
Q10. The Asokan Inscriptions were engraved in which script?
(d) Devanagari script